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The Jewish Floridian ( October 16, 1964 )

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"•Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Vot ime 3T — Number 42 Miami, Florida, Friday. October 16, 1964 Two Sections — Price 20e zons of Malcolm X Growing Wider These Days ROBERT E. SEGAL since the distinguished -cholar. Dr. C. Eric Linpoll .ve us the benefits of his King study, "The Black in America," we have I reason to watch with rlisq \e the course of polarized i tionalism in the United tincivil rights testing The recent split in the move-1 ment provided a breather. But there remain plenty of muddy waters for America's two top, Black Muslim leaders to poke around in. Elijah Muhammad, now 07. who got the call in Detroit 34 yean ago to pull American Negroes out of one of the rivulets of Christianity and try l,i deposit them in the mainstream i si Mohammedism, seems destined to take a back seat now. Coming up fast and strong is his form er disciple, Malcolm X — militant, bright, formidable in debale, and possessed of leadership qualities not easily dismissed. Some my think of Malcolm X only as an ephemeral actor, with few lines to speak, in the present drama. Malcolm X? Oh, yes, the Black Muslim who was gagged by Elijah Muhammad after describing President Kennedy's assassination as a "case of chickens coming home to roost." At that tragic hour, Malcolm X said that Jack Kennedy, without realizing it, had created a climate of hate. Later on, of course, Malcolm X said he had be?n misunderstood. Bui so powerful is bis contempt for white men. so bitter is he over a life embracing a seven-year sentence after conviction for larceny, I that we had better learn to expect 1 .11 sorts of flip-flops in his pub lie pronouncements. As a Muslim, he held contempt for Christianity: once free of the burden of the | Islamic faith, he sought out Christian Negroes, olive branch Contlnued on Page 7-A German Study Cites Rise in Hate Writing; Rockwell Unwelcome and 88 other neo-Nazi organization!;, i Lincoln Kockweu s el. ,..,,... J Four Of the 123 groups claim % %  "" a 00 huW '" X 17.800 members. The rest, 7.000, have tailed, according to ^ ^.^ j|)t0 m(|| e han ,,„„. By Special Report i Lincoln Rockwell's icaching the World Jewsplinter groups. i-'i i • e ress in New York from died and attempts to consolidate organizaman Minister of the InQns mergers have Deen U nHerman Hoecherl. I successful, I: ikwell'S attempt, it seems, while membership in rightist a time of diminishing i gpoyp, nas sharply dropped in the slrei among German rightist us 1( n years, the German surand • N.i/i groups which. thej V( v notes a considerable increase Ministei of Interior reports, arc m pro-Nazi, anti-Jewish publica I so • itered and mutually luis,, ( ns T | lc tata i circulation of neotile' .t their political arguNazi papers rose by 1G per cent menu go around in circles and Ihej cannot win over large seg: the population." Nazi Killing Jews 'Sacred Mission/ Lawyer Declares GEORGE UNCQIH ROCKWELL >;ffort fails DUESSELDORF — (JTA) Eieven former ss officers and guards of the Treblinka concentration camp, the second largest Nazi death camp, went on trial here Monday on charges of torturing and massacreing 7(M).oiK) lews 22 years ago. Setback at Vatican For Strong Stand on Jews "i ion kk k-iH IPUOHC IS aiminisillliii. vii me uiu-i port, In 1962 th.s number Ma 1( ^ lh(M t a ,. ( signs ivansfiMTeil to a mixed commission dw,-, ed to £*{*••*" %  that such propaganda makes some ,. ^ vcc !" eral and ',„„„,, composed of members of the Sec mor-, ago th.s f.gur had de^ ^^ U(llk „,. s com BlC be ^^ .^..^ : n ()1 Iho 0)I1IU ,, s theocreated by a further 3,000. As r.r-rmanv Horn other coun'V. ,:. i „ mm-rt-ri Inoieal commission in which the Ttvears ago there were 78, 000 Sermant organized in right ist s-ianizations, Hoecherl re port! In 1962, this number had in the past year to about 223.000 copies per issue. De>pite this, [he German Minister oi Interior; claims thai expert observers believe that the influence ol righti | propaganda on the general public is diminishing. On the oth, it ii these 24,600 supporters of the radical right are spread thin amongst at least 123 organizat.o'4 parties, 21 youth groups trie The vaiive eicmems m <"^ .. Catholic hierarchj was expected logical commission in which tne er to result in a complete reconserative wing is strongly repneo-Nazi publications exdraftm g „, the proposed declararesented. Continued on Page 8-A wir;:our s'swriawr IMPLICATIONS Arabs Score Propaganda Victory at Cairo Confab JERUSALEM (JTA) The anti-Israel resolution adopted last weekend at the conference of the BO-eaOed non-aligned nations in Cairo was seen here as an Arab propag;nda victory but without significant political implications, i At the conference. President Nasser of Egypt, heading the 13 nation Arab bloc, won a strong endorser lent for the "full restoration of all rights of the Arab people of Palestine to their homeland" and a declaration of support their "struggle for liberation :r-.m colonialism and racism." Nasser failed, however, to get a -affirmation of the United Nations resolution providing for the compensation of the Palestine refugees or their repatriation The Arab states interpret that' resolutl =n as giving the refugees the choice of returning or taking compensation. An Israel Foreign Ministry spokesman pointed out today that at least 11 nations at the conference had resisted the antiIsrael moves. Most of the nations which were willing to condemn Israel, he noted, had done so also at past conferences with the exception of President Makarios of Cyprus who has now Continued on Page 3-A tion on Church relations with the jews now being considered by the Vatican Ecumenical Council. Some observers expressed concern that ti.e determined efforts of the lib oral forces, as represented by the American prelates, in obtaining a declaration completely repudiating the age-old charge ol deicide against the Jewish people, past and present, and condemning antiTHe declaration itself, according to unofficial sources, will no Icnner be considered as a separata document associated with the schema on ecumenism, but will be incorporated into Chapter III of the schema, "Of the Church," (De Eccesia). When the Jewish declaration was first introduced in the second session of the Council, it was part of Among the 85 prosecution wil nesses to testify at the trial will lie a number of (he handful Ol survivors ol the daring breakout from Treblinka in 1943 which was led by a former captain of the Polish army. Most of those who (i< d were later rounded up by the Germans and massacred, but a few escaped, joined the underground and survived the war. The chief accused in the trial is SS officer Kurt Franz, known at "Lalka," who was head of the camp's SS guards and served as direct representative of Hitler's extermination units. The 11 accused are charged with having been in complete control of Treblinka from 1942 to 1943. Af, ter the prisoner's breakout, the Germans destroyed the camp and threw up a farm on the site to camouflage it. All 11 accused have been livinu in WesI Germany since the end Continued on Page 5-A ana preseiu. 'I"" ." % %  %  • % % % % %  — 0 f t ne council, ir w H"" %  Semitism, would be offset by the, tf>e sc h ema on ecumenism, as increased strength of the conservative wing, buttressed by strong pressure from the Arab states. According to reports in Vatican circles today, redrafting of the declaration, until now in the hands of the Secretariat for the Promotion of Christian Unity headed by Augustin Cardinal Bea. will be was the declaration on religious liberty. When the Council failed to act on the declaration in the second session, the decision was made to issue it as a separate document attached to the schema Between the second and present Continued on Page 16-A SHIFT TOWARD EDUCATIONAL WEEDS New Dimensions in UJA s Activities By FRED SILVER A vital new dimension will be added to the United Jewish Appeal's historic task of aiding Israel's immigrants, with the initiating of the Israel Education Fund on Friday at,the Biltmore Hotel in New York. A five year plan to aid secondary education in Israel will be presented to an attendance of Jewish leaders from all over the United States. Principal speakers will be the Deputy Prime Minister Abba Eban and U.S. Commissioner of Kducation Francis Keppel. No country in the civilized world has ever opened its heart and its doors to so many Immigrants from so many lands and cultures as has the State of Israel. But this very aspect of the greatest ingathering in history has produced a distressing by-product which is growing more critical with every passing clay. It is the widening gap between cultures of the western and AfroAsian immigrants, a gap that poses a serious threat to Israel's future. The extreme gravity of the sit Continued on Page 9-A Adlai, Daroffs Get AJCong. Wise Awards By Special Report NEW YORK — Adlai E. Steven son. U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, and the Daroft brothers of Philadelphia—Joseph A., Samuel H. and Michael, business leaders and philanthropistshove been named winners of the 1964 Stephen S. Wisse Awards of the American Jewish Congress. The awards will be presented Sunday. Oct. 25, at a dinner in the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Dr. Joachim Prim, of Newark, N.J., president of the American Jewish Congress, will make the presentations. Shad Polier, chairman of the Governing Council of the American Jewish Congress, is serving as dinner chairman. The awards, engravContinued on Page 11-A



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Paae 14-B ?aqe 2-A vJewist ncridHari Friday Included on the Committee are :hc Messers and Mesdames: I -. ||| V \\ %  AIM N'HI. ; \ • %  Jill llll M ,. KlIKUhl. Jiir|)h M. v i i. i. ,,. \ IIHI ml Max H riavlil \ l! ii. Lndr* I, |i i Kin %  Max II %  %  tllsti II nk Lmln 11 \in llml man, Shfimrd llruud mnur Ruhln, Rlmon B. Rubin, Loula %  lamln Kitm-llng, \>„. ^ "*' %  % %  l: I; .I.I II i. i.. ROKFI Kabaatler, Joseph aloaain, I .mi h I,AIL. rl Mai-cu* i Btruhl, Max .Sar..kin, Irvln* S.halxman, Frank ,;,.,„ L ., j ~ S. Inn ii. i ...... i..... .. JatMk At a recept ; on by A. J. Molnsky for members of the Host Committee for the Temple Emanu-El Dinner of Tiibute in honor of fudge Irving Cypen. From left are Molasky, dinner chairman, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lipton. Mr. Lipion is presdent of the Temple. The tribute is scheduled for Oct. 24 at he Diplomat Hotel. A. J. Mclasky to Chair Emanu-El Dinner in Honor of Judge Cypen ALMONCI AT BETH SHOLQM PAG'c 10A FllDMAN TO BE HONORED PACE 12A TEMPLE MENORAH SCORES SUCCESS SEE SEC. B A. .1. Molasky. widely-known Temple Emanu-El and communy leader, has been named chairi tan of the Temple-Israel Dinner f State, it was announced by Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader •i the Temple, and Joseph M. Lipion, president. The dinner will take place Satvrday evening. Oct. 24. at the Diplomat Hotel. Judge Irving | INVEST IN ISRAEL BONDS AND THEY WILL PAY YOU BACK IN INTEREST AND HUMAN FULFILMENT. Moyshie friedberg >Cypen, noted jurist and community leader, has been named the tn st Miamian to receive the Herbert II. Lehman Award at the dinner. Judge Cypen will be only the second American tj receive this Award. Commentin.-j on plans for the dinner. Chairman Molasky pointed out that Temple Emanu-elIsrael Dinner of State "is a tradition which draws the attention of synagogues throughout the country." In an effort to make the dinner an outstanding occa ,: on, the committee headed by Chairman Molasky has selected a Committee of Hosts comprised of leaders of the Temple. ;i\ llunlni. || : ,r? t' I... •' • % %  I I N lull" I' inlna I : tl .1.1 Ii. I..I-. •!", : .ii i '"hi n, %  %  ', I,.....I. i i Ina i '...ni. Saimn I t'urXntl • I i. • %  PI-BIII-I-H KnI • i:.'i> r It kl In Inn K i Ii Mix K..X Vh Ki i Slnnli I i-l ; %  .. I'lll-dlHI N'l It 1 ... i: : .! %  • i., \ f] .' 11 %  • • lirnel i. Hi nn i:.: i• %  I.I i i %  • %  i* i batin \ Ireinln •• ilroh %  Ha ri %  • Si %  • I Hull" i n, Kllli.ll I I.i phi |,,. Hi III Slilne) I I. %  Ht'l-M-h, .Mi.rj rl* nn-. i:.i" aid II lix, I.i mi B .!.! %  • %  !'• II Nl MillI s Jac-i %  n Mi \ ,.-.I II. Ii \ in W K i" Jai K • ai > i.. '. IrVlllS K i] niIV Ii rv K Ii.V K Ma\ K %  i. %  Id Ian K llnrr\ Kurt-txky, MllI'M h i.l.'.l.i I. .i-n... I ||i Kinilf I mk II Kin I'll > • • %  I! K; .• %  San • Ku lok I nan, Itti-hartl a|>l I i %  samu ski n. 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runo la.H Lt *• AMWI nrjrHfrr "Jewish Floridi&n Sre** i f-, • --* MMrt *•-. •-. ..-*•"• ^-fS* : > • •.. I % %  • %  ti-.-* |StAEJ darkig the week ... as i see it "%  •• 'I Mkf LEO MIMDLIN %  %  SE3CA y. TAZl&srjH Asr. v. V„ l .:'.'. '. •• %  A T C • _:• %  *-* *• V. Wk T V tl 'ri l!X -. i %  %  C a bar I : I sS4 Kesivoi'L' UJA's Hew Field Of Interest %  '-A seed • -_e9B pgfd sa Ml fa rw iocs Pi a i pn %  H EM B BOO" I OS C ".•.• .-%  .'.• -.-v %  : • 3 %  %  • ... %  %  :-': %  :.c of areas -.:' fewopei qj aqak •-.-: •;;.'. -"fr-^i. a mn— IHHMCW 4s Ugh 1 jmpcw -.• ve"..V %  -..-.-. %  -. r.r.. .-.-.-•. ...oser. 'e -, s in— area of bra -.ncexn. la applying -self to the field of ec.cat.cJewjh Ap^;. v...; r^ rer.der.rjj a %  ark as profoundly significant as any it has e past. Most Sensible View T.-.e rev/.-; ..-.-,• -,•-., %  I ~ ~ ..!%  %  Cold to the Survey .:.'. Samoa survey skosring fee decline '-.-.•..• -.-.-.neo-Jiaz. literature :ve: the '•-~ T es -i '-'%  er.o^qto reach for the —.s ....-.-..::•;.--. torr.rr.cr. "o the wardrobes o: Neither -re we :m pressed that Georoe imro l n Rodnreli :.-:--ot 1-^eer. ar.Ie '-c. oa_foothold ..-. V.esGerrx:.-.-/. Our own feelir.g ••err-o r.e ",'."hv -;.-....-.e" There .= :.-. hector tr.e Oe; r.o-r.E :ocep! -rh:-v-.ohs :;o~ hoa M '%  • • v-.. .. -.[1 • %  c by American prelate Beer's cause. That an es' new partjcuktrry with re' i 'r: "'/' : / r can he e/hec-eo it now alo oet o :ore--oe .-. .--. reminds us of what we have ^e columns before. While we may -' > -' '-'••*" '•'-neve no right in fact to Oe ---h. for Church leader* have time and aaain warned us of the funCamental purpose ? ^* t ^•"f ^ C lmciJ Cburch tusiness in behalf of the advancement of the Churrh wherever the chips may fall. That the chips are not now falling where we would prefer them to was almost predictc i L.*. V eW ,aken b Y ,he severed Rabbi Solovmichik several weeks ago thus emerges as the most sensible and self-respecting of all. we are Jews unto ourselves, and it u for us to judge our worth and to live according to the higheit and most divine merits of Judaism. Whatever others may say of us. suffer though we may for it. and though we have in the past ahen views should be none of our business' either. It is Judaism that counts. Judaism and its practice without regard to assessments by others. We would, of course, welcome a core Ecumenical. But ii it is not forthcoming, how can this possibly change the reality or the validity of our faith? i %  : Am > %  :.<::. -rev have so rr.';:.v of their own prototypes itainped ow %  :• borne. A case .r. poinl is -he c nrsstl ~-,~^-^.zzr. --:: 33 o:::oe:s o.-.o q oncentra %  .:. cxnnp niha % % %  %  %  %  : : ve %  sek rihlei whe nil • %  ; h o • .is mow Dommenta .-. Violation of Principle ,, Pfcrtop* the mest s.ghii.ootht thing about tne non-a.igned nauons conference in Cairo was DO) its absurd conclusions, which not even fcgypt. the strongest of the Arab countries is prepared today to put into effect. The most significant thing is that the participants are members of the Uruted Nations wnose fundamental principle ievolves around respect for the integrity and existence of every member nation. NotwiUistanding. the conference demanded ull restoration of all rights of the Arab people of Palestine to their homeland" and a declaration of support for their "struggle for liberation from colonialism and racism." In effect, this means war against Israel .^ a r T ,!!f^ ed ^ member ^e were their United Nations principles in Cairo' Israeli observers are. however, correct in assessing the conference as little more than a propagandists victory. For apart from the question of Arab inability to deliver on their own resolutions lies a far more fundamental reality: the increasing friendships Israel has teen making in Africa with the newly-emeraing naUons. H Thu. is a major weapon in the balance of power struggle. •_•: t: t Mrs ViiKs • -• • % %  bars it. Berks, bsm are esst k* ksa UKSMC ru teowe one arocatpiufe m ttr*. rt Ztx Asur He %  a^j ears. 4 ku -iaaettb etdwd PM u office wtxz : r-.i-.i I '-i Jocaacc of tae eonsouki be bener* he • wwssuiL-ues caa •;. •' I Jacks**' %  -_i %  %  %  %  • befaail *e neec jour h-. H t u cen>ed about omfc ;n£ of qarte -. difi>s* neralA. :e conce^ &?, %  %  a see •Lshssni : y*/oor rou fo* AUAMI yHERE IS NEVERTHELESS I 1 %  %  n • %  ... 06 n iu Jewish f< mi /Afl M JPfAK f0 MrtJfl/ W K A re! : H!' SUL YALL N W U!d ,ike ,0 s e ^abhshec dance In llT*' en,er f ,sraeli tulture including an c.vi£aSon Th US ? roiec,!0n of Israel's time-honored hist comme '"', H? W0Uld as$ure ,ne P^totype,. rath,: citals b> outstand.ng israeh organizations, exhib.t.ons of ft, .rtt, what T M> a h mi Ca f UaI / b w ener Consul Yal,on • %  o bnng I I en hi, S alreadj '. has and '" copious measure. The quiet uff.ng roneou.Tn SUg8esUng h,s 0W casua manner, encoura,. !" nt S h r S ,0n And the conclus.on is. of course, erroruv:He Tsn or ean fz a an? 5 n l nder ,he ^Primatur a multm.d, of U-"he if r r" S v L ,hlngs ,n an Israel House, oper-ited and pn he new and .h/"' A$ he Sees il ,his oul(l bp ***** ** jauno^^ a „d Veary 8 "* l ,he ld and ,h bj *"" %  tCttaTSk o rad,,,on -. c lll,u re. art. even religion these bave ,onK Tn tern I „f .""v. 0 *" ,ns,rjme a lit" for Jewish continual that must Li K una,,ainable diaspora dream finally attain 4 and drelminJ of be ^T !" But for Consu Vallon. there is i nom.T "eah v Vh 1 "" **" ,s ,srael thp Political MdU There is Israel, the nation among utioni i must in<.3U fr._ u .. •"• %  "'• %  nation am.,ni must >pcak for herself to the Jews of America she can no longer afford to be spoken for or to Philanlh: : ^ l



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pricier" October 16, 1964 *Jewist ncridian Page 5-A The Surrounding Movements Make for the Danger I know, as doi Mr : Senator is being acy Council, the Ku Klux Klan and many others of their ilk. .reason for tlie unprecedented refusal of lifelong-Republican news papers to embrace Goldwater. I R, The Jewish Floridian: the fad that Leon .!. j friend that 1 am not a every anu-senm.c. rascuuc ami, His election would be hailed with and that I have | extreme rightist organization in delight by people like Gerald £ k Smith, George Lincoln Rockwell, Gen Walker and others who have Ell. that the supported by anti-Semitic, Fascistic am! ;i Florida, a [ore written to a news this country ; am nevertheless impelled .n ansu er to Mr. Ell s let j HI published in the issue Oct. 2. ,>f no one who has ac> ;i. Gi Idv ater ol being an ite or a Fascist. I do They have mnHe contributions in money and in campaign efforts to e'ect him President of the United States. His election as Presirtsnt would be a victory for the Birchites, the American Nazi Parly, the White Supremgot e around the countrj with their anti-Semitic and Fax.sinappeals. I wonder if Mr Ell realizes why high-minded Republicans, some of them candidates for public office. have refused to support Sen. Goldwater. I wonder ii he knows the Thurmond's reason for leaving the Democratic Party and enrolling in the Goldwater camp, i.e.. "The Democratic Partj has become the champion ol the minoril es men who are supporting Goldwater Mr. Ell has a perfect right to embrace the political philosophy which Sen. Goldwater espouses, but I question his right to set up a strawman to knock down, it is my beliel that a majority of Americans do no. agree with Goldwater's philosophy and despise some of bis political cronies and supporters COL. J. M. ARVEY Chicago, III. Nazi's Killing of Jews Called 'Sacred Mission' Continued from Page 1-A .ir West German author an still searching for the torcamp commander, SS Maj. i Etangl, who disappeared the war and is believed to South America. The trial expected to last six weeks. years of activities squads. hard labor, for their in Nazi extermination attorney from the cutor said today that SS .Major .Martin Fellenz had been re-indicted on charges of having caused the murder of 7.300 Jews in the prosecutor s office Krakow. Poland, ghetto in 1942. ,1 n~e attorneys both filed Fellenz had been convicted of this Is this weekend against the charge in I9f>2 but the Federal • nee of 15 years at hard labor High Court ordered a retrial. d against S.S. General Karl The argument by a defense atfollowing his conviction lor torney in the Hannover trial of ity in the wartime murder five men accused of war crimes. K),o00 Jews in Poland. The Ihat they could not be punished -ecution asked the Federal for murder because they had I ourl to increase the senmerely obeyed Adolf Hitler and ee to life imprisonment while Hitler had been above the law defense sought Wolff's freeand therefore without guilt in the -laughter of millions of .lews continued lo provoke an angry response, including demands for exclusion of the bar. The lawyer, Gerd Heincke, representing one ol the quintet accusAt Flemsburg, the public prosep(| of 1);n lu .j p;ltm( in thc mas sacre of 7.000 Jews in Vlodowa, told the court that Hitler had believed he was fulfilling a "sacred The Karlsruhe court rejected appeals of two other SS officers, Guenther Fuchs, who received a life sentence, and Otto Bradfiscr,, who was sentenced to 13 mission" in the destruction of European Jewry and that those who carried out his orders were not guilty ol murder. A statesman who kills other people because he believes they are destroying his own people does not act from malicious motives, he argued. Justice Ministry officials in lower Saxony said that the systematic annihilation of racial and national groups by the Nazis was murder, as ruled by many West German courts, and that those who took part in them could be tried for complicity in such killings. The official press service of the Social Democratic Party demanded an investigation of the attorney by the West German Bar Asso, elation. Heinz Galinski. head of I the West Berlin's Jewish communJames Tedeschi. professor of psy-. jty denounced 'this outspoken de chology. University of Miami, for|f e nse of murder" and said if West the Miami Beach Forum on SaturGerman leaders remained silent, day, 8 p.m. "they should not be surprised at Held in the auditorium of what happens in the future." the Washington Federal, 1235 Washington Ave.. a question and answer period followed. Dr. Morris Schor is uirector ot the forum. If Goldwater were elected President, would he look to these people who are giving him such loyal and fanatic support for counsel and advice? Would they find places in his administration? the Chief Executive of our nation has lo be the leader of a team. I doubt thai Mr. Ell would want io be teammalcs with some of the Cedars Names Dep't. Heads Harry L. Lewis, president of Cedars Ol Lebanon Hospital, this week announced the appointment ol new department head-. Dr. Morris Blau was named chief ol staff. Dr. Ralph S. Sap1 penfield is vice president, and Dr. Leonard N, Brodsky is Becre tnry-treasurer. Dr. Rufus Broadway is the chief j it surgery; Dr. Wayne S. Rogers. head ol Obstretrics and Gyneeol. and I)!-. Maurice Rich, chief nf the Department of Medicine. UHIVERSIIY OL MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA FABIEN SEVITZKY Director Opening Concerts! Sun., Oct. 18 MB Conv Hall, 830 P.M. MM., O't 19, Dade County tad 8-30 P.M. 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M Page 6-A +JmrUHk*kta* Fridq yOctober 16, Ruses Of Death by MAX LEPNER with thi U appt %  %  !.' e detective conceit nd fid %  treat pawned, then there to do to pin aro .r.'i in their iill 1oi I intll the end ol time It %  memorable end in iti i ., mot .. %  ; ; dot umenl In il the '•nt i,\ our time lm<) the kind oi chronicle thai i oi high teel n \*hu-h the ten e ol i • ',<•< n q ueezed oul President Jo n on prudenl lore instil in appointing the kind 'I with the Chiel Justice al IU bead nov ampl> Ml the precision ol modern technology bavi • •: pha t '•! the ••;,. ode bul beyond technolog) N menl and • i idon M i not onl; • • jt and li Ihe n i i ol testimony ;irvi exhibit • • ne. The i I, thi poll ci ''• nki i thi Iheoi the dramati and noveli the poel tin i>f | keep i back 1 • De^pi'e the Commission's findings, that it was neither a Left lol %  Fti '.'... %  thai ivald acteo 1 a a lonei in kill I'.' / %  • % %  nt Kenm Ij and thai Rub} acted a ;> lonei in killing Os Ihe plot theom vill dii hai d 1 he gh I ill still stalk thi d i rhomai Buchanan Joachim Joeston and M am to nami thi Ihree commanders ol the con piracj Iheorj b I continue to remain unconvinced becau i thej are un< >n inccable Tl llnue to have followers il onl) bccau.se ol • human view thai nothing o dark and tini tei the enncly killing cou'd have been dom pxcepl nki d oi ai I ii i in pin • %  1/ may be argued quite rea onablj "f co il there piobabilit) about the whole action Too many thing] >' %  to fil in nith loo man.) thingswild chance interlocking with wild nti before an embittered brooding young man, hiself-inn b %  Ii menu around him, could conceive and earn oul private plan to kill the President and before another confused in pi the elf assumed role ol %  bole people, could i : iller + Yt it m.iy be exactly this grand chain of little linked events, hi hav • turned oul diflerentlj ed the hole linkage -nd jell Kenned) live, which gives a stamp ol the au%  % % %  ii'to the hole thing. 'i 1 "%  nal stor) it crammed with lethal "ifs": f) ard bad noj been allowed to return Irom Russia; il inhad m one to Hubs ai he wished; il he had nol suffered a wound bull to male e D from his wife before the killing; ii the bubblein the President's car had been up; il Secret Service nun had In him; it the sixth lloor had nol been deserted by except 0 Id then death would not have been the victor. artbreaking its oi the case march through the page! of porl in melaneholy file. V'i il %  Hegel who spoke of "the ruses of history." Like •'.iv Death has its ruses loo. True, in order to reach i glittering II el liki Kennedy and humble him, Death had to manage a num01 Ol unlikel) linked even-: against Ughly adverse probabilities. "' "'•' i ,1 II : i the skull was ripped open by one of the bul•• the blood tpill out, the brain was stilled The Report pulls no punches on how badly the President was protected against the procession ol improbable "ifs." 'Ihe Secret service itself comes out pretty bedraggled from the inquiry and the r Bl even worse. This isn't a question of any plot, but of a loose perlancc of a Job, of routining, of the failure to coordinate the nanj diverse Darts of the operation of guarding the President of the On one score-.J |,.|( that Ihe Rdporl let us down: in Its treatment lie 'Kighl Wing climate" in Dallas and in the South generallv ue thai logically (he atmosphere in Dallas was not connected in. Oswald B act which was not the act of a High! winger. But psyrhologicall) thi climate of extremist violence, whether political or >i political, as very m ,ch connected with it. The black-bordered anti-Kcnncd) advertisement in the Dallas paper, the "Wanted for 1 "• %  ;-"' handbills, .he sehemings and maneuvering* to get national ublicit) to, this or that crummy outfit: all of it was there as part of -lHn.de .'he Report ha lifted I stone and the thingcrawling II %  r it arc nol preltj to see INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Delivered Anywhere U b.A. %  eTH" Milll ORDERS PROMPT!? FILLED MONOID INSUHID GUAKANTHD • 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 -FR 44783 FREE ORANGE JUICE WE PACK f, RITE MERE S AM TO !0 P M. DAn'i Temple Judea Mil Install Affiliate Officers '!. nstall of %  • • %  \ • %  %  • .' %  \ Kippei are Hei berl Gi • rempie | I • Reiti Kleii Board < e Di George Balbei Max Louu Easton Mel' in Harrison Richard Horwich, liarId Jaffer Leonard Kalish Df ':iiaKogan Albert Kronov.it/. 'IT David Sertlin. Dr Jesi Spirer, Alfred S.'iien Frank Tohack. Ralph Ti i nei u Be i i i i I ilort 2 mei man Dr ; esidenl %  Charle Add r Mi Marold Jalfer Leonard Kalish, Leo %  '. %  '/ v Irving .\le-da.-neMan ,n !.• % %  Il '.erhood pri Paul I xei ii'.'• vice presidei I Le Kopolov Manuel Serkin Bei VT< nei Ii.' %  Deutsch \ ice p es • %  -•rest is little Debra Slatko. shov/n testir.-j binocular, used in a free visual screeninq proaram for lr n in West Miami. The project will be held at B:: S275 Bird Rd.. on Saturday and is sponsored jc West Dcde Jcycees and the Dcde County Optorr.e:.ation. Shown with Debra are 'left to right Dick H Dr. Leonard Cherdack, Al Buiger, Jaycee president, a:. ard Cutler. Children must be accompanied by : Cherdack said. c teleschool d Bow! %  i Leon-" Di • Paul Sidne; rer slbert Jacobs. Jay B n Fank Ti bach | \ %  Gi ---man. treasI seph Klein, i i Do we really need a Medicare Tax O o Health care is now available for "over 65's" who cannot afford to pay If you are over 63, facing medical expense and can't pay for it it's yours for the asking, already provided for by law. The Kerr-Mills Act offers a Health Opportunity Program for the Elderly with the federal and state governments sharing the cost. In most states this care is far, far greater than that offered by Medicare proposals and no additional tax is necessary! If you are elderly, and without funds for needed medical care, ask your doctor about the Health Opportunity Program for the Elderly, or call your local medical society. HEALTH OPPORTUNE PROGRAM FOR THE ELDERLV HELPS THOSE WHO NEED HELP DADE COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION *# iiv anr irruci iwi



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kiday. October 16, 1964 *Jenist) ftcridian Page 7-A Malcolm X Eyes Growing Horizons Continued from Page 1-A ern Christian Leadership Conferof reacting in kind and in bitterence, and CORE. James Farmer of fancied. Alongside Elijah MilCmmad, he spoke contemptuous: of white devils; making a Ht ha$ made nd reiterated jjgriniage to Mecca in May, he nis po in) th t their dedication rote approvingly from Saudi to a philosophy and course of fahia of new friends made non-violent opposition in the ere, "whose skin is the whitest, $p j rit of cj.ndhi is too "chicken" whltt whose. Wi the Wuwt of %  for him. More and more, he h.s ue and hair the blondest of the i0ugM oot n d apoe.rs to have | „, from nc .. mixi d wor| "HIUMATISH Vj SCIATICA J "maim KM•BUHWIHIBI" NEW WAY TO RIllFVf SPRAY I LINI MIST ONI AIN AWAY S NO RUBBING NECESSARY S0ES FURTHER RELIEVES FASTER THN OLD-FASHIONED CREASY —TS AND UBUIDS Grtutleis'-* Stlinltis • Antiseptic QUICK SOOTHING RELIEF MUSCULAR ACHES AND PAINS OF ARTHRITIS • BLRSI T| s RHEUMATISM SCIATICA CHEST COEDS • BACKACHE RELIEF GUARANTEED OR PURCHASE PRICE REFUNDED AT ALL DBUOSTORBS A DOUG OEfTS. PRODUCT OF MEAD RAYMOND CORP.. HIALtAH, PLA. SENIORITY The influence and power of an individual Senator are largely determined by the SENIORITY he has attained. Without adequate seniority he has little ground to hope for assignment to important committees. Without seniority his influence in the Senate is greatly limited. HdSand Ranks 12th in the order of Seniority in the Democratic membership of the Senate. His influence, experience and powerful voice have gained him membership on the powerful Committees of Appropriations, Agriculture and Forestry, and Aeronautical and Space Sciences, all of which are of particular importance to Florida and to you as one of its citizens. Paid Political Mrcrlhcmml Paid 1 r By ll.-rlirrl 1 Wolfe, I f •RE-ELECT SPESSARD L. Smile. i£ r s good It's an exercise in hospitality. A smile's a pleasant persuader —pleasant enough to bring tourists back to your city, your state — perhaps to stay! Welcome these visitors. They may someday be your neighbor*. Remember —Courtesy wins friends... for Florida ... and you! FLORIDA POWER HELPING BUILD FLORIDA & LIGHT COMPANY U. S. SENATOR DEMOCRAT ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CAUS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JHFERS0N HIGHtAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN PIAZA NEWTON



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Friday. October 16, 1964 Jen 1st rtoridftian Page 9-A Vital New Dimensions for UJAppeal's Activities Continued from Page 1-A Nation was sueclnctty expressed bv prime Minister Lev! Eshkol to I \ leaders during an address in which he said: "We cannot, .,„ %  do we wish to, exist as a nalion divided between those who ivc and those who lack educaon." 11, po nted mil that of every 100 n e n t e r i n g elementary learlj hall are oi Afro origin, In high school, Hie i i] alarmingly to 25 id iit the university levi 2 i ul ol every hundred ii rtta i line, Mr. Eshkol imu :• eshadow a nations • unless secondary educamade more universally Hobbling its develop growth by the limit.i. mentary education nitii i wOGld be bitterly in lighl of Israel's proud piling record in the area en ary education. \lmost from the moment of its Hi still fighting seven invading the State of Israel bold passed an act of Parliament oclaiming that education for all children from five to 14 years age, would be free, compulsory ul unh ersa!. II it seemed mere vision than w al the time, this worried noi dy. for in Israel, vision is olton '. %  blueprint of reality. And this ,-.i n proved to be one of the is' inspired, for the system came :n b< ing and has worked effecrelj %  %  r a nee. Lack of Funds In the 16 : -v<>t Israel's exist ic i has • xpanded to accomdate a rate <>l Immigration hich has tripled the overall popt .on and mi reased the i i ipulat on si? told. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NffDS l-0 US THRIFT SHOP All ro'ir furniture, CfofhlnQ, linens, Dishes, Drapes, lie. PLEASE CAll US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 lli^h school tuition is beyend the reach cl thousands of these young and discouraged Israelis: when it is provided by the government their families still cannot meet the cost of books, bus fare, meals and other basic expenses. There is. as well, a disheartening shortage of schools, of qualified teachers, of libraries, laboratories and other vital facilities, Schooling for more than half ol Israel's 190,000 youngi-ters of high school age iseverely limned. The painful total ol 50,000 children aged It to 18 attend no school at all. The Israel Education Fund's proposed five-year, multi-million dollar plan will help correct this desperate condition and aims to eliminate it for the future. I Third Dimension Sheer survival of hundreds of thousands of .lews thron-h immt. gration to Israel was United Jewi ish AppeaTs prime tasic ovi during the early years of its partnership with Israi I's future Long before those hundreds of thousands became Israel's first million. UJA's effort to insure then economic and social absorption was well under way. Those were—and are—the twin [ programs which will continue. But, just as immigration is in complete without effective absorption, there can be no true absorption without lull opportunity for education. Making secondary education available" to I II of Israel's yoill people through the Israel Keltic, I tion Fund wll be the brilliant tl dimension ol the limed Je %  I Appeal's histoi role. WANUS KEPPU i But, In date. Israel has nol been able to match this achievement at the high ^clv ol level, due to lack of funds. Military survival in the 20th century, the huge cost of defense, have made it impossible for the nation to provide universal high school edu< at ion. And so the cleavage between the "haves" and the "have-nots" of education grows wide and deeper. The children from North Africa, from Asia, cannot keep pace with their Western-European counterparts, because their onceproud cultural heritage has been eroded by generations of enforced second class citizenship. They withdraw form the mainstream of Israeli life, I'hey are the majority of the dropouts, they arc the unskilled; they may. at any moment, rebel against their role in society. B'nci Raphael Judaism Ciasses Pre-confirmation and confirmation classes are now in progress lor boys and girls. 12 to 15, meeting Monday afternoons, 3:45 p.m.. at Congregation B'nai Raphael. Judaism classes for students 11 years of age are held on Thursdays at 3:45 a.m. Discussion group will meet on Sunday. 8:15 p.m.. at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Merle Litman. Topic will be 'T'.li the Fanatic." I by Phillip Roth, from his book of | short stories, "Goodbye Columbus." MEAT lYfarlborough J-Jouse Miami Beach's Only OCEANFRONT CONDOMINIUM IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Magnificent 1-bedroom, 1-bath and 2-bedroom, 2-bath apartment homes • Private swimming pool and ocean beach • Central air conditioning (individually controlled) • Free enclosed parking • Private terraces • Maid service available • Private card room MARLBOROUGH HOUSE is located on the oceanfront 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... ,-'\* '*' per month tor carrying charges plus mortgage payment BUY! 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Page 10-A k nist flcrSdliar Friday. October 16. 1964 Joseph Almogi to Speak at Beth Sholom; Jacob Rifkin Will Get Top Award Joseph Almost, Minister of Dex-ing made by a Committee of velopment of the State of Israel. Hosts under the chairmanship of will come to Miami especially to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Silverman, take part in the Temple Beth' and includes the Messrs and j-holom-Israel Dinner of State on : Mesdames: t-aturdav evening at the Doral Jack A. Ablmtt, James Abramhon, n v ii~ i %  %  '% %  A. A'l.-im-. Will:. Aarunove, teach Hotel. ; ,., .._ M MI. ,-. prank Alter, Joraph College of Jewish Studies in N. Dad ALMOGI RlfKIN Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual Alter. Kl I.. Amdur. Kdmund lAnW cader of the Temple, and Sey%  *£ L D Ar tf„|\o !" AK KW** % • Jeri. R .nmptn .our Silverman. chairman of the i-^* !" "-^^^ !'AknXJA !"!" & 1 m tiinner. announced that Almogi u ,...,,.,.,.,„ ,„ SlHI IM.„„... ueinarwould represent his country in the i,, r....-. ituli n i> Blum Jr., Wllpresentation of the Mghly-coveted \? m l g2^*£3^ l g!£ d -JS& Slate of Israel Commendation i; ,„i,... Arthur IIUH.II, Mauik* M. Award to Jacob Rifkin. a leader fahn, Jack \. tSuntor, Aluph Cobb, 2 i i J ,.IUI. I'oru-n Matthew t'ainmanday. of the Temple and a national leadI,,H UI K ..„,,„,. Usurin Cwiavr, er for Israel, in recognition "of •Ikiorrla foofHT, isma • '< an, Astyn ,l. t'oun-hun, t*nn DAbb>, Nathan II. lifetime of dedicated service, meriting the gratitude of a community, a people and a nation." One of his country's outstanding leaders and a noted military hero, Almogi is a founder and a former commander of Haganah. Born in Poland in 1910, he emigrated to Palestine in 1930. A short time after his arrival, he joined a kibbutz, where he worked and live for three years. Itaraky. i'i>i.ii> lki I Shlndlei i.. — ; -11 VI s.i;.l. Sidney Megel, l..iin II. % Iwvnl-n. < "tin I. >Si vr-. Stlvi r-. Louis F. ftnetman, Fi.,1 s .in, i -t. i,i. Murraj Honnett, Harrj J. Son*, .'. !'• Hpwtor, Ralph Sii.i-.i, Anna .-..in. Paul A. Stern, ':irl siis~i.in.i. Arnold Tetchier, Irwln H. Teulta, lleyer I'epnerman, lien Tobln. Il.vron i T> II.-I. Joseph II. Tucker, li'iui.-,. I Paul i .iiner. .! %  •>.• Ventura, Jack VVacuevtt IJon, Jai ib Odohan, Ted Dfwit, Men i.-lats, iluura tbn nI %  t-1.-. ...illm.i i..-. in., r-. Km !• i.II,.ii.I. I... ,II J. 1-111. .l...-.-|.h II. Kiwteln, ,\|..iri, lull,, .!,..>• i l-clllbei-g, Abe i' ii... jai K si. • •". %  '.*' %  "*" %  .II..II. %  i %  %  I'l.nih, Minimi i.,.iK. .. i-. ... I .11;."... -<..' PI i i II %  .urn. .,;i.. i,..in. H, 11 i. ii > Ualimlln. i ; %  i .i .1. ii ii.-1. Nal WaMiii.ui, Mas u.-iiz. Irving Went In, Simon Wolff, Harry K vVolk, ll.irold y.'ii. Study Groups At Beth Torah A combination of study groups. I!, n lloluntl III, l.ll/.al.. Ill I I mil n.u. i... .Hon. I Women s Institute, Men s Seminar i '•' i: %  :.-.-•-..,. ti..i..i.. •.. !l u n( | Luncheon Discussions, and tiarr) .\. liieetib.rg, Harrj w. Ureen-1 ~ e*..Jt. K i. i io.it. .in e eue I the Collese of Jewish Studies, i.i s; highlights the adult education proIn 1933. he left the settlement '";"'• "^...J^.'....L^"?' n to become a member of the Hagi",,',,',,,ii.in. Piana held*. ;i n a h prank iieisii.-.., V k-ioi Hollander, ... ., ,,, ,, ,,, .Mllioil .I.II .....in ja. ..I'.-.iill. At the outbreak of World War ,,, .„„„. ir> 1U ,.. kaputn, Her11 in Europe, he joined the Jewiiard Kata, i.n Kuuin, ..:...M he, i-h Brigade of the British Army Hal. i la 11.-> i... i. — a, i mi .••> I.. Kiami i. loin iviavliz, iii./. Krenaky, benac an officer and fought against janiln K..-....mnu .. .N u.i hp JoHe|lh i.;. in .. 1. -. KOM !....>-. HI (.ermanv in Greece. In 1941, ., i....... ii i.... • • >i.i.i • •". 1 i" 1 was captured by the Germans H |, eV in >.... %  -.. i..-> • %  ..-, .*ie and interned. For over three n. n M.I-.H. iai-\in W. years, he was commander of the !;,',;." ,\^'. Palestine prisoners of war in GerAI\, many. During the final stages of the war in 1945, as the Allies advanced on Germany, Almogi planned and executed an escape for 4.0CO British and Palestinian prisoners and led them on a 500mile march to safety. Preparations for the dinner are GIVE YOUR CMLDRCN A JflVISH EDUCATION Send them to: The David Piaski Folk School 146 Washington Avc, Miami Beach FREE TRANSPORTATION Tel. JE 8-1002 %  I .ii.. i tovt l.iti, .oai.in s. Lodge, : i...v\. .*.i i ,i.in .M..IHI..U .%  ,mi.iii Ii. .ii.. [Coin., ben Mai kotviu, „.,i i.. .\i„.... i.obei % %  M. .>!••! nti, Aii.-lia. I Mel nel. Noi-iii.il Mil.--. David Miller. II .i ii Midi i. i J. Moutanai i. aaui ••• ..i. I-..U. 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Gittelson, education director, will lead a discussion group on 'Modern Jewish Ideas"" and a course in "Elementary Yiddish."• At 10 a.m.. Rabbi Max A. Lip schitz will lecture on "Jewish Rites and Rights," a course on customs and ethics, and at 11 am., a course taught on Hebrew in three levels, elementary, intermediate and advanced, will be given. As special events of the Tuesday morning Institute during the year, six prominent speakers will discuss Ihe world Jewish-community, including settlements in Israel. Russia, Western Europe, KII.I, i.. ; Salomon, Philip > iiii-Suuty America and the Far East. On Sunday mornings, a study group will continue its review of "Great .1 8 wish Personalities," while on a monthly basis on Sunday evenings, a couples study group will begin meeting on Oct. 25 to discusthe "Relevance of Classic Jewish Ideas." Rabbi Lipschitz, spiritual leader • 1 the congregation, will lead the Sunday evening study group. He will al-o continue a bi-monthly study group for men, beginning i Oct. 27. on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month, on "Great Jewish Books," and will lead a luncheon discussion on the final Tuesday <>1 each month. Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI & DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies tor Synagooi.es. Schools* Private Use 1SB5 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Ueacn Jt 8-3840 The College of Jewish Studies and the Auult Jewish Education Institute, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education and the con gregations of the North Dade area, was to open for registration on Thursday, Oct. 15, at 8 p.m. Courses will be offered on Thursday evenings, from 8 to 10 p.m., at Beth Torah Congregation, 1051 No. Miami Beach Blvd. During the first hour, three courses in Hebrew language are offered: beginners, intermediate and advanced. Instructors will be Benjamin Altshuler, Abraham C. Gittelton and Rabbi Shimon Aiulay. A course in Torah and prophets will be instructed by Herbert Zvi Berger, associate director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. An advanced course in Jewish history will be offered to Hebrew teachers in the community under the instruction of Dr. Donald Michelson, Hillel director of the Uni versify of Miami. The second hour will feature a forum course with a revolving faculty of rabbis of the North Dade area and of Jewish educators. The subject of the forum will be "The Jewish Way of Life." a course delining the Jewish way of life in the home, synagogue, in study, in respect for the individual, Jewish festivals, and in relationship to God and society. The faculty of the forum Includes Rabbi Samuel M Machtei. Temple B'nai Sholom; Dr. Max Lipschitz. Beth Torah Congregation; Rabbi Harold Richter, B'nai Raphael Congregation; Rabbi JonPepper to Speak On Medicare Rep. Claude S. Pepper will be • honored guest speaker at the open meeting of the Biscayne Beach Property Owners Assocation on Tuesday, Oct. 27. 8 p.m. The meeting will be held in the auditorium of Temple Ner Tamid on 79th St. and Carlyle Ave. Pepper will discuss medicare The meeting is free, according to Mrs. Murray Simnock, chairman. Program Committee. ah E. Caplan, Temple Ai a th Y -hurun; Rabbi Sherwin st.ui-T Young Israel; Rabbi Hery w! nick. Temple Tiferelh Israel. Rat hi Daniel M. Lowy. Temnle Sjnl of North Dade; Arnold R lch ai education director of y mn rael; and Louis Schv „t zm ," executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Three other sections ol lie C0 |. lege will soon open for reftfe, tion at Beth David Cor., •nation' Temple Zion and the B;ri>j U of Jewish Education Builditv t4ff A flair to Kcmember... $ eville HOIEL Planning a wedding, confirmation, luncheon, reception, meeting? 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fridcr;, October 16, 1964 vJewisti ftcrh 'dtHan Page 11-A Boy Chapter luncheon Bay Chapter of Women's American ORT held ;i meeting and luncheon at the Saxony Hotel '>•'• Tuesday morning. Speaker was irom the League of Women Vol (!•-. An "Old Time Communit] followed. President i Paul Wilson. Mrs. MICH6U DAftOff ADIAl f. STtVtNSON SAMOEl H. DAROFF lOStPH A. DAROFF Adlai, Daroff Brothers Win Wise A ward Continued from Page 1-A ed tic me medallions, are named fo the late Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, a founder and longtime president of the American Jewish Congress. SSador Stevenson, in acrepting his award, will make the piim pal address. He will be '.MM! 'for advancing human ;ll lii,' Daroff brothers, who are in the firm of H. Dan 11 & Sons, inc.. clothing manufacturers, will be cited "tot" strengthening Jewish life.'' Joseph A. Daroff. a former pres:i ni of the Business and I'rotes sional Group of the American Jew-, i-li Congress in Philadelphia, is active in numerous civic, service and cultural causes, including the National Jewish Welfare Board and tK Philadelphia Fellow-hip Commission. Michael Daroff, president of i Botanj Industries and a leader of lie men's clothing industry, is i prominent in the American Institute of Men's and Boys Wear, the; Clothing Manufacturers of Amerii %  ;. and in educational affairs as member Of the advisory board Teen-Agers Will Be Recognized Anniml Recognition Day for teen-age volunteers will be held Saturday, 10:30 a.m.. at Cedars ol Lebanon Hospital. Chain an of the Day, Mrs. Irene Pink, announced that there will be a "pinning" ceremony, awarding service pins to teen-age girls who have completed 100 hours of volunteer work in the Lobby Gift Shop of the hospital. Gold bars will go to volunteers with 35 hours, and Merit Certificates will be given for miscellaneous help with the Gift Cart. Mail-ii-rting. Messages and Delivery Service. Assisting in the presentation eremenies will be Mrs. Morris f. Elau, Lobby Shop chairman, nd Raymond Grossman, assistint administrator. I of lay interests of Villanova Im I versity. Samuel H. Daroff is an honorary vice president of the American Jewish Congress, a former chairman of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, a leader of the Allied Jewish Appeal of Philadelphia and is active in numerous national and local Jewish and non-sectarian organizations. The three brothers arc noted for their support of human relations, health, education, welfare and refugee aid programs in this country and Israel. Previous winners of the Stephen S. Wise Awards have included former President Harry s. Truman, the late Son. Herbert II. 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• Page 12-A fJewisfi fhrkUain Friday. October 16, JL Beth Am Sets Dinner of State Honoring Feldman Members ol the Hii Committee the Temple Both Am-Israel Dinner of Trrmrfo"\voro guests last eek at a reception ;it the home el Mr. and Mrs. Phil Revitz. Phil Revitz. a Temple leader d widely-known businessman, U be chairman of the dinner .it i hich Herman Peldman, a founder and first president ot the Ternwill be honored. The dinner will be held Sunday evening, Oct. 25, at the Doral Country Club. Heading preparations for the event with Revitz are Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard and Bryon Cherkas, Temple president. Feldman, in addition to serving as first president of Temple Beth Am, was chairman of the first Temple dinner for State of Israel Bonds in 1960, and also served as chairman of the Israel Bond dinner in 1961. Beth David Ladies Slate Counselor Beth David Sisterhood will hold its general meeting at Speetor | Hall on Wednesday. 11:30 a.m. Bruncheon will be served. Mrs. Florence s Sinclair „ riage counselor, formerly' Jewish Family and Children.vice of Miami, will speak oi \ riage—What is it' Reviewing a report on progress of plans for the Temple Beth Am-Israel Dinner of Tribute are (from left) Phil Revitz, dinner chairman; Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard, spiritual leader; Herman Feldman, who will be the recipient of the Redemption Year Award at the dinner; and Bryon Cherkas, Temple president. A widely known business and industrial leader. Feldman has devoted himself to Temple affirs mfn %  • RlAftf nee its founding in 1956 He has RoDD! April Wit! AddreSS JWV rved as chairman ot the Board i Trustees chairman of the Building Committee, chairman of the Fund-Raising Committee, chairman of the Planning Committee i nd chairman of the Personnel ( ommittee. Prior to helping to found and build Temple Beth Am. Feldman v as a founder and first president i] the Flagler Granada Jewish (enter. He is a past vice president Of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Southea.-t Region. With his wile. Rose, he lues at 6201 Castaneda. Coral Gables. They have two children, (iaughter Rosalind, a student at Northwestern University, and son. Koliert 16. Feldman is a vice president of Construction Projects Corporation | and president of C.P.C. Chemical and Plastics Corporation. As chairman of Temple Beth Am's Israel Bond dinners, Feldman was instrumental in the Temple's achieving an outstanding place in the Israel Bond program in Greater Miami. He has distinguished himself in service to the Temple, to the community and the State of Israel. Rabbi Baumgard noted that "it iparticularly appropriate that the chairman of the dinner will i'C Phil Revitz, a man who has achieved noteworthy success in every effort he has undertaken whether in business or in community service." Leon J. Ell. president of the I Jewish National Fund Council ot ; Greater Miami, disclosed this week !al a JNF executive meeting that Rabbi Samuel April, of Temple Or Olom, will address the Jewish National Fund Council meeting on Wednesday evening. 8 p.m.. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Rabbi April was born in Butler. Pa. Rabbi April attended Miami Senior High School and was salutatorian in 1950. He graduated from Yeshiva University in 1954, receiving the BA degree in political science and winning the dehating award. In 1955. he received the MA degree from Columbia University in educational psychology and was awarded a scholarship to study and travel in Israel. He was ordained at Hebron Theological Seminary in Jerusalem and also was honored with the ordination of the late Rabbi Isaac Halevi Herzog, Chief Rabbi of the Holy Land. Myers to be Speaker Kenneth Myers, unopposed Democratic nominee to the State Legislature, will be speaker Oct. 16 at the West Miami Town Hall Forum. 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Lay. October 16, 1964 *Jewi$li n>orHdlir)im Page 13-A k llfllOUS S evvices lliis IMeeLnJ New Yorker to Head LilDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform, hrthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. Rabbi Sarmi'l Jaife. JAVAT SHALOM CONGREGAI ION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. fcanior Israel Kershner. SJSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. | Conservative. IET-I DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. ConI.ervative. RabDi Norman N. Sr.apiro. fcintor William W. Lip.on. !,!„> • I", p.m. Saturday :• a.m. and IcTH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho|dc Rabbi Solomon Schiff. ,, ;:o p.m. Saturday s::t'> a.m. "The Lovelj Journey of %  s'tudj claea and inlncha |i. >. in. lETh ISRAEL. 711 40th St. OrthoIdox. R.'bbi Berel Wein. CANDLIUGHTING TIMt 10 Heshvan — 5:33 p.m. MMWMM %  I la> •'.'. p.m. Sermon: "The New j I Frontier* of the Spirit." Saturday 11 I! a.m. I tar Mif/.v:ili: Alan Bryan, Bon of Mr ..ml Mrs. Gerald tflegal. • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstroctionist. Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman GottI tab. UJA Israel Education Fund Mltsvah: Brian Alan, son of Dr. and .Mrs. Daniel /.alls. Minolta 5:30 p.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollyj wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steiner. w HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. OLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI, 1201 i Cantor David Conviser. Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi j Kriilny S:1i |i.m. Sermon: "How 1" David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah |;,, ;1 ,., ,,, JSvanxellam—Proteatant or Heilbraun. I Catholic." Saturday 10:45 a.m. Bar — •— __.,__„ „.. Mii/.vnh: Martin Barry, son of Mr. HOMESTEAD JEW SH CFNTERH'h .„,,, Mpf| wdm ., SohlOBBer. Baa Mil/.St., Homestead. Conservative. Canv llr v .,,., i„ daughter of Mr. and tor Pincus Aloof. Mr8 Royal p. Jonas. L ET H JACOB. 3-J1-3-.1 Washinoton SRAEL | T E CENTER. 3175 SW 25th TEMPLF B-NAI* ABRAHAM. 387 r Av Orthodox. Cantor Maur.ee S t. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu TE N Y\£ nt g, N conservative. Rabbi [Mamchet. T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. N „ h n H Zwitman. Cantor Alexb, ,.i L ",;|.i p.m. >auinla\ 8.30 a.m. % %  j. /..„ a i<,^r, 0 rr-nuciu rAUUIINITV ander Cohen. — •— JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY %  ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max! Orthodox. Raobi Tibor H. Stern. o. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. I FYI 3:43 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. f %  i. ...m. Sermon: "Where Sermon: "The Jewtah Vot< Bar %  [leading?" 4:S0 p.m. "The Mltavah: ilary Krevat, son ol Mr. and I l..ivv." ",:::ii p.m. "Know Mrs. Dave Krevat. w |. are Going." KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. • MOSHE CONGREGATION. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. 1 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Cantor Abraham Self. v i. p.m. f!U€-sl rabbi, Rabbi •— •,„,.„,„. .... Speneer. son %  *< Mr. and Mrs. William j IX, of Philadelphia, V1IAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 ,;,„.,,,.„' ,i MOH I Welra Will official! Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi i | ,,, Abraham Btrasafeld. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. • — TEMFLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rahbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. Prldaj 5:43 p.m. Saturday :• a.m. S.r,n. ii • \ Rabbi's Commentary on the Kriiinenl 'al ("onnell." Bar MlUvah: • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R Nurot. -. I". p in, i!ui si pn aeller, Rah• ifonl Si llr.i r, regional director, RAPHAEL* 139 NW 3rd *ve. Vl'NYONAIRES CON G R EOTW. odOX. Ralph Krieaer. secre3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM". 9il" Normandy Dr. I'nloi ,-„""I'''" l n„! '""T w H TFILAH. 0*35 Euclid Ave OrOrthodox. Rabbi Phinea, Weber. tl.£ ,TRwS !" Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. man, .—• — • =niixuui/ccr"rFN.TFR 6438 SW 8th TEMPLF JUDEA. ?20 Palermo Ave. ris^a^aA^ffi.? ^asKara&Wi^^ ^...R,,, !" R a b bi ^ K, P ,. Canto, Ben.Z,n Kirschen*. ^ ^ ^ %  '•"" < '"" -' Conservative Rahbi Maver Abram11. Bus Mitsowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. 1 Sue. ol — • a,l Mrs. Richard FPHAROIC JE wiSH CENTER. 645 TEMPLE NER TAMID. ROth SL and %  "^"A^SZ'S-S sad, NanT.turn ^a,^,^^ 1A i RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. mias. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. V'servative. Rabbi Harold Richtcr. mAru VFWIIRUN Conr*rl"la> 8:13 |< <*! "C'hanfO s in J. tor Jack Lerner. l-ryatfv. ^025 NE iSsrd St., Miami Tra.ll British Style" R %  „. %  „ s.m,. ; ,. i:. .,,...., ^"jVn.'-Rd. Rabbi Jonah E.Capian. Shnbbnt hosted b, Mr. and Mrs Pan. I'olilUa Arena. Saturdax | a Maurlca Neu. %  %  "<>'"• ">" llnn ion of th, \\ %  i-V. By Special Report NEW YORK — Charles J. Bensley, of New York City, was named president of the Israel Education Fund of the United Jewish Appeal this week by Joseph Meyerhoff, of Baltimore, chairman of the board. The newly-established project is conducting a five-year capital fund drive for S127.6 million for high school construction, scholar| ships and educational facilities in Israel. Bensley led a mission of American educators to Israel last March, whose recommendations formed the basis of the UJA education assistance program. A member of the New York City Board of Education from 1948 to 1961, he was responsible for the planning and construction of 300 school projects valued at nearly $1 billion during his tenure. He was also instrumental in introducing a human relations study program in New York schools and • p.m. Mttzvah. TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman. I1 uia> S -'i |i in. Sermon: "H liridjces, or Burying Barriers." Sat] % %  ,.;.,-. ,,:i anil MIS ii m Sev, nt> ni w n:. mbt*r* I., lie Inducted l> R ILER CANADA.. 50 NW5I.I riX^'l'l^aoVvlc^ 'if-S. fd 0n c e .^oV V S.. R r.. b Go t |d a rr B R0 '!" "'^ '" ""*" %  • i:, | On.-a Shabbnl hosted Mlncha i:3U >jn. ^ '" • ij-""i'i Stiumpf m TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall urday 8: a.m. o their UoddlliAt iinniv.-r-ii > 7, c„ M,M.,, Reform Rabbi • 1 V ;,;:; M 3tt&rfe? ^ u = Ch ^ 8 T -L -A ve N ReVo^ M R^i AUDERDAL'E EMANU-EL. %£%* v^* !" *; •->;,.,;P rL?VrB.Wrw^ Miu.Miii: Robert Jeffrey, aon ol air. Miami-Gables Zionists to Meet Max Parness, president, MiamiGables Zionist District, announces i hat :, regular meeting will be held on Wednesday, 8:15 p.m., at the Coral Gables Federal Savings and Loan Building, 2501 Punce de Leon Blvd. Program will include a candlelighting ceremony welcoming all new members and an address by Kabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth Kodrsh Congregation. His topic will be "Let us Reason Together." CHARLES J. BtNSKt received a joint award from the United Nations and the Board 11 Education for his activities in the area Of human relations. Other organizations citing him for community service were the United Parents Association and the Urban League. He served as a member of the first United Jewish Appeal Studj Mission to Israel in 1954. In I960, al the invitation ol Abba S. Eban Israel's present Deputy Prime Minister who was then Minister of Education and Culture, he made a study of Israel's secondary school system. + i i ; i.. n.m. IHU .,,.*....,,. <..ii of Mr. nnd Mrs. Marvin bHapIro: -EW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetre. Jerry, ion of Mr. ami Mrs. Irving %  Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander tIWexler. P,:r, p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. liar TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.onvenient "ORD FILE OUR PERSONAL PAPERS !'•' %  \ ITHOUT £051 ':$ OTOHODW — ESI oO and Mrs. Al Lllienfeld. • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. HYlda> 8:15 p.m. Jack a lie* will be Biiesl speaker. Saturday 9 a.m. Si v i,. i-ondueted bj Saul Sllverman. "Weeklj Portion "f the Law" will it,, read. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Dickson. l-'iiil.n s:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Ecu.,] Jewish Problem." Sal rdaj mon: "Where Shall VV, 1 • TF.VPLE ZION. 8000 Mrtler Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mianv Ave Consei vative. Rabbi Henry vVtrnick. I S :lll p m. S nil. HI: %  ,11 I %  %  ,1.|. iI: !,^ .\i i-ii Saul In li i .:i Jas i.'arli m II s :i ; i. %  • a.m. Si in", "Portion "i the v Uar Mitavah: : i uiul M I %  Ifshln — m YOUNG ISHALL. 9VU NE 171st SI Orthodox. Raiibi Sherwin Stauber. ii p.m. Saturda) %  • a.m. %  < i mon: "A Strange Land." LEARN HEBREW THE MODERN WAY ado BAR MITZVAH PREPARATION by experienced teacher UN 5-3721 Emanuel Gordon 1877-1946 Harry Gordon 1903-1964 A Good Nime Is More To Be Treasured Than Great Riches. GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami Ph. 373-5533 IKE GORDON JAMES B. GORDON MIAMI BEACH M. f r ColUEfferson 1-7677 FVNBRAL HOME ^ 1333 DADE BOULEVARD ^ Edward T. Newmon, F.D. "^ rA*iSE %  :•! % % %  it. %  -. WRITE ft. JVeL Ci It.


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Friday, October 16, 1964 ^Jen/sti fkwiHU^ri Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE Is vv % %  '' %  THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE FLEVENTH J-O'CIAL CIRCUIT or F OR'DA. IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 6JC 9815 IV v %  BANK FOB Si I' im Iff, i IPK %  VW, el ax, I .. <• n I i : NOTICE OF SUIT .., nr H ;| ml Annie Mae ; ipklns, hit fe R< sldent %  I'nllll i If i. married, their k (ii %  %  ees, if livine, and mown helm, deI. %  :•. • %  -. IT tee, ••-m -. lid ii creditors, trus, ., ii II.. II, > claiming thn nd< r or aga Insl • i ],. .. %  named di end. A deceased, hereb n tided ilini the oned i"n ha* been Inagaln-i i in the circuit iii. 'ni ii Circuit HI In and fn I Mide County to n HI %  >-.upon the folI, i. real property: ... %  %  I". >l IJTil ADDI, i RI !HMi "Nil HEIGHTS n| to the Plat i recorded In ltal Book us Ii (it the I'ubili Record* le Coun rloiida, together 'i American Standard Oas II.W. • i (ISU-Ai .. Mudei n Maid I las Top UTW ft VEN CH 1-124; ,'i Qas Wall Heater B-85. .HIrequired to file your anplaint if l nmplalnt with the of the aforesaid Court, ami ., copj thereof upon plaintiffs y MARTIN FINK, i nil Floor, Federal 1%  Idlng, .Miami 32, r.iii later than October 27. i. ..r a Decree .' u Confesso will be %  : against %  |i.\TKl>; Septi i %  •• r 22. 1964. E B. LEA IIKRMAN, • .'ik ,,i the Circuit Court By: C. 1" iiil'KI.AM', l >epul Clei k M VRTIN FINK. .-> for Plaintifl I urnDade Federal Bldg. -,.i i -i. ...;.i. !' 23, 1 "%  _'. 9, II I'.I. I V I.Mi.iini 32, Florida. BY HENRY LEONARD I GOLIATH Super != for? KAUFMAN'S "With such huga building expenses ... 1 do hope llicy get at least u few of my customers." Copr. 1 ff64, Da' KKAI.TV CORP, a New .ik corpordtinn. SAMIKL IDLER, HARRY ADI.KR and MIAMI IBACIJ FEDERAL SAVINGS AM' I.KAN ASSOCIATION, u National plunking. Corporation, Defendant*. NOTICE TO APPEAR THB NAME tF Til ESTATE >F FIXMUDA I" SAMl'KL ADLER 2166 6Sth Street Iiroot yn, New York HARRY ADLER Residence Unknown I \i.i, OTHER and unknown persona m \ inu or claiming in have any right, %  -.. ni interest In Lite property which l> the Huliji'i-i matter of thli suit, ft ii propert) lying and being In Dude j< ... Florida, and more particular%  ? .1, scribed as follows: %  I.m IH. 111... i, 60 of LINCOLN %  Sl'RDJVISIoN, according to the | I'!.ii thereof, recorded in Plal :i, .it Pag, ii:' of the Public i:I.Mi; of l'ailCounty, Florida: her with 11 %  buildings and Improvements thereon YOU AND BACH OP YOU are I'.-I.y notified that a null has been lied iii ii. above-named Court b) the bovc-named Plainilfl for the purpose eltng certain deeds made by I \I:I:Y ADLKIt I • SAMl'EL ADLKIt, ml by S VMl'EL ADLER to ZVCAD SEALTY rum ami bj HARRY KDLER lo ZIOAD KKAI.TV CORP.. II s.ud deeds affecting title to the hove described proiierty. YOB ARK Hl.l'.KI'.Y ORDERED ml i, quired to file your appearance, { %  leading or answer In said suit on IK fore the 9tn day of November, Q'II',1. and in ,1.1.1 lit of such appear%  I-. pleading or answer a decree IJ.I.I confesso will i ntered against smi .ii.il each m sou, and judgment i .I. ,iiii nill be taken ugainst )•• i i % % %  iii.. II Uef demanded hi the Complaint I H '\ K and %  "'. i IERED In I ad Plot da h dnj "i .i ber, 9t %  K i: ,: \TIIKI:M w Ii 11, ,,i • i ircull Court BJ K M U\ M \N I.. I Clerk A ESSh.N ... for I BEN ESSEN In i 'nnnsi 1 I'"* Alnsli 11 p I.I in I. Florin.i % % %  ". I 16, % % %  N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C10731 ABE It: \NKFI„ Plaintiff, vs. VNN %  •AIIII.L: Pl'Bt.lC SERVICE MI-flAI, INSI'RANCE COMPANY, i New York corporation; ami EDWARD L. STANTON, Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ANN fAIIII.I. 2:'.s North 16th Street Itlooiiifli'hl. New JITMI YOU ARK HKRERY NOTIFIBI) that a Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage on the following described property, to-wit: lx>t 4. Block,6, SI'S' TAN VILLA" II". SKi"TH IN' ONE, according to the I'lat thereof, recorded in I'hit Book ."•. at Page ::. of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida: together with all Improvements thereon and all furniture, fnrnishinus. fixtures, efljulpmi-nt and appliances therein contained, ami any replacements thereof, has been filed against you, and you are required to serve %  copy of your Answer or oilier pleadings to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, ROBERT II. TRAPRIO, 1133 duPont Building, Miami. Florida, on or bei t..i. the !nd tta) of November, 1964. | h you fall t" it" no, i Decree of Pro Confessu will i"filed against you fur ih. relief demanded In tin Complaint. DATED: September -".•. 1964. E B LKATHERMAN. Clerk 11} : K. M. I.VM AN Deput> Clerk in 2,:'. i6, a NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 11046 DAVE WEISS, Plaintiff, N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 10015 rflRRON FARM, DIVISION OF 4IKRO.N ENTERPRISES, INC. I h H SPRINt: HILL IARMS, Plaintiff \ s MAX CRESTALL Tier. mi.ml NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I'll. MAX CRESTALL Royal i leorice Hoti I Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Vm ARE HEREBY notified thai Ri Aiii.ini.il Bill ..i Complain! has II filed against yon bj SIRRO.N FARM, DIVISION ..I S1RRON ENTERPRISES, INC., d/b/a HPRINtl HILL HARMS, INC., whereby .-an. Plaintiff peeks payment for services rendered lo you and your horse, 'CJ1RI. APPEAL." You an required to seri e i> • r your Answer or Pleading t" tin Re-Amended Bill of Complainl on ,h. I'liilntiff's attorneys. YOL'NO, Al'iil'll.l I'II A HYMAN, I iT Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fb>rlda, and file Hie original Answer ..i Pleading In the office of the Clerk if I he i'ill-nil Court on or before the IMh ilav of November 1964. II you fall to ih. HO, judgment by deanli nil! hitaken against you lot ihe Relief demanded bj you in the Re-Amended Kill ..f Complaint DONE AND ORDERED al Miami ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal notice*. W* appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial 1 II 3-4<>05 ior messenger service LEGAL NOTICE K.a. h, • ih das Dade County, Florida if October 1964, this i-: B, Clerk Dade B> LEATHERM V.N of Circuit I'li'iti County, Florida iP, COI'ELAN Deputy i'ii ik 10-16, % % %  % %  : i. ll-i BESSIE WEISS, I lefendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: r.Kssii-: WKISS 472 East 951 h Street Brookl) n, New York You BESSIE WKISS are hereb) notified that a Bill of Compbtlnt for Divorce lias been filed against you, and you are required U> serve u copy of your Answer "r Pleading to I hi Bill' of Complaint on the plaillttffV Attorney. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, nil Alnsley Building, -Miami. Florida 83133, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk uf the Circuit Court on or before the ,nh day of November, 1964. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded In the BID of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In TDK JEWISH FI.OKIPIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al .Miami, Florida, this 9th day of October, A.D. 1964. E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida all ll> : K. M. LVMAN I leputy t 'lerk MILTON A. FRIEDMAN llll Alnsley Building Miami 32, Floridil Attorney for Plaintiff in D-ltl-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ..i TOWN I*OOL HOMES at nr.n S.W. I •> 71 Ii Street, Intend to reglstei said name with the I 'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade C iunt). Florida. i.TAII. R1K>ST PROPERTIES. INC. Bv: is i Mart iij Woolln Presldi in KENNETH M. MYERS', ESQ, MYERS. HYMAN KAPLAN 1150 S.W l-i Street, Miami. Fill Attorneys for Qall Roosl Properiles, Inc. 10-16. 33, :'." T( i |N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64522-C RE: Estate of II IJNK TOBIAS, deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditor* and AH Persons Iving Clnlm.s or Deinamls Atcuinst %  •I Otate: i>u are hereby notified and requlrto present any claims and deRda which you may have against estate of PAl'LINE T()B1AS deied late of Dade County, Florida, Die County Judges of Dade Counand file the tame In duplicate as provided in Seetion 733.16. hila Statutes, in their offices in [County Courthouse in Ihiile QcranFlorida. within six calendar kths from the time of the first |>ul>Doii hereof, or the same will be i.i.il at Miami. Florida, this 23rd I of Sept. mi., r \ 11, 1964. MAT M : ;RMELL A Bxecutor |rst publication of this notice on [2nd da' of • tobet. 1964. fc MKKMIU.I, Ittorney for i'.\utor [1 .W. Third \ uiie : %  • I, t, 16, 13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C10763 DOLLAR KAVINHS BANK OF THE CITY i'l-' NEW Vi iKK Plaintiff, Kin LAND DKRRILL MILLER, et UX, el al. I li-lellllallts. NOTICE OF SUIT ROLLAND DERRILL MILLER und MARY S. MILLER, HIS will:. 1112 B. ii:h Stl • et Llgouler, lniii.ma You are hereb) notified mat the above captloned iictlou has '""" Instituted againsi you In the Circuit Court ..i the Kit venih iii.li.-i..l "in nit ,.i i i irldn in and fot Dade County i,. foreclosi HI a-. II|IIIII ih.follow ng desi i ii'.il n al propel t) : I.,,i 19 Block Tl NORWOOD FIFTH ADDITION, SECTION DNE %  • i" 'be Plal thi %  11 Page lav ,.f Hi,Public Records of I Mule County, Florida, together with VVestlnghouse Refrigerator III.11 A and Vein Han Blinds, you are required to file i> responsive pleading to plaintiff's lain! with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and s.rve a cop\ thereof U|Kjn plaintins attorney MARTIN FINE, Dade Federal Building. Miami, Florida 33131, not later than November 2nd. 1964, or a Decree Pro Confesso Will be entered against you. DATED: September 29, 19fil. B B. LKATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit > Court By: C. L. AI.KXANDEU. Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINK Daite Federal Building Miami. Morlda. 3.131 ^ „ 1! | NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAV/ NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that ihe undersigned, desiring lo engage In business under the fictitious name ot OXFORD TITLE COMANY at number lot Almerla Avenue In the City of Coral lialihs. Florida, Intends to register ihe said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count\', Florida. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1st ilnv of i ictober 1964. OXFORD TITLE COMPANY, INC. By: ANNE Ml't.FuKD. President V. ROBERT CARLISLE Attorney for Applicant 20 Southeast First Avenue Miami :::'. Florida 10/16, 18, % %  •' %  11-ii IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64613 In RE: Estate of ABRAHAM U FINESTONE I',, eased CREDITORS and AH Personi Demands Againsi NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME Chancery No. 64C 10601 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned petitioners, HILDA MoK\ MARKS, on behalf of her minor son, JORGE ANTONIO PORRAH, whose residence address is 2480 s.w. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida, intend to apply to the Hon..lahle Francis .1. Christie, Judge of the IBIoventh Judicial Circuit in ami for Dade County, Florida, at bis office in the County Court House, at 9:25 A.M. on tin24th day of November, 1964, ..r as soon thereafter as they may be heard, for an order changing the name ,.f JORGE ANTONIO POErRAS to GEORGE ANTHoNY PORRAH, bj which name he shall thereaftei be known. I Mtted at Miami. Dade Count' I Ida, this 2.1th day of s. pti nib H HILDA MORA MARKS s .Ii >RGE ANTl 'Nli i l'i lltl! VS WHINTRAI'B, WEINTRAPH & CRISTOL :'i Northeast Flrsl A i Miami 33131. Florida Bj : A. JAY CRISTOL 10 :', 9, !•'. -'• NOTICE TO To All Creditors Having claims or Said Estate: You are hereby notified and reiiuired to present any claims and demands which you may havt against the estate ..'' ABRAHAM L. FINESTONE deceased late of Dad.Coun' iv. Florida, t" the Count> Judaei ,,f Dad.. County, and file Ihe same in dunllcate and as provided In Section "33.16, Florida Statutes. In their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade Count'. Florida. Within si\ ,-alI etidar months from the time ol tin iii.-st publication hereof, or the same I win inbarred. Dat.l at Miami. Florida, this 2nd day of October, A.D. 1961, Rl'RYE B. FINBSTONE As Administrate \ SAMI'I'l. S SMITH Attorn.' for Vdmlnistratrlx inLincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida 111 9. 16, '-':'.. 30 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8366 THE Wl I.I.I A MSIU'KGH SAVINGS BANK, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN H. DABNEY. and DABNEY, his il'.-. il in II ii il. et al. I '.t, ii,I.ml.. NOTICE OF SUIT Ti >: John H I iabne> and I 'abne>. ins '-. ife. if marrii d, Residence '. nknoa n, and n i. in.n ri,-d. theh unknown If |lvl Ig, and if di ad, the unknown heirs, devlseis, legate* ui.ini.-.--. asslani'es, llenors, creditor trustees "i iit!nr claimants claiming by, through, undi r oi againsi anj '•' the ai...'. u.mi. I defi ndants ho an ii. i %  ased. You a-, herebj notified thai tin : Lot I" Block 73 NORWOOD FIFTH ADDITION SECTION TWO, ... cording to Ihe Plal thereof, re, ..i.l.-d in I'lat Book 83 Page 109 ol %  he Public ::• %  >rd ul l Mide i 'ount> Florida. You anrequired to file a responslvi pleading to plaintiff's complaint with m. clerk of the aforesaid Court, i sei'e a COPJ thereof Upon plaintiff's attorn.' MARTIN PINK, Dude Federal Building, Miami. Florida 83131, not lainthan November 16, 19*4, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED. October 12. 1N4. E. B. LKATHisRMAN clerk of the Circuit Court (seal l By: K. M. l.YMAN Depul) Clerk MARTIN FINE Dad. Federal Building Miami. Florida 33131 In 14-88-SO, 11 'I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKI'.Y U1VKN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi II, business under tlie fletltloua name i I IMPERIAL IMPORTS at 520 NAN 26th Street, Miami ::7, Florida, Intend In reglstei said name with the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BENNETT FASHIONS INC A State ..i Florida Corporation in 9, in. 83, 3 i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of DBVRA-K1M STABLE, at 612 NW 12th Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intend t<> register said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, '"'"'"I'KiiNMIIi R. Mi-Mtl.LKN ••-, West Ftagler Stret, Miami, Fla. OEORtlB NICHOLAS 618 N.W. 12lll AM-. Miami, Fla. GEORGE NICHOLAS Attorney for Applicants 618 N.W. l-il. A-'Hi.e M'aml, Fla. B 1" 2, 9, 10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10202 NI iRMA VICTt 'Kl A GIRO de POLTOtPlaintiff, vs. RAIL ltol.ANDo POUTOU Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: RAUL ROl-ANlKi POCTiHJ San Miguel No. 639 elilreM:,i-,|ii.-/ 4 lonzalez y Lucerna Havana, Cuba YOB ARE HEREBY notified that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed asralnst you, and you are hereby required to serve u copy of your answer to the Complaint on the. Plaintiff's attorney, LESTER ROGERS, whose address Is 921 N.W. 14th Street, Miami, Florida, and file the original of the Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in and for Dade County, Florida, on or iiefore the |nd dai "i November, 19(4, In default of which the Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. DATED ihi10th day of September, 1964. i: r. LEATHERMAN Clerk Circuit C By: K M l.YM \N Deput) Clerk 10, 2, %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64212 h RE Ssl itof MOLLY SBDLIK WEISS, a k a MOLLY SBDLIK De,-.-.'-. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All Creditors and All Persons IlavIng Claims or l>emnnds Againsi Said Ei tali : you notified and required to presi in ..' %  lalmi. and demands w iii, ii von mas have againsi the estate of MOLLY SBDLIK WEI KM, a k a MOLIA' SBDLIK deceased late of Dade County, Florida, t" the County Judges of Da'.Count', and file the same In duplicate and as provided in flection 7:',::.in. Florida Statutes, in thell offices in the County Courthouse in Dad.County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will he haired Dated at Miami, Florida, this 28th day of September, A.D. I9iil NATHAN SKDI.1K As Administrator First publication of this notiee on the 2nd dav of Oct., 1964. KENNETH M. MYERS OF MYERS. HE'IMAN KAPLAN Attorney for Administrator lir,0 S.W. 1st Street Miami. Florida 33130 16/2. 9. K. 23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C10672 SANDRA L. FA I KCI.i ill I PAGE, Plaintiff, Vs. RICHARD Al LBN PAGE, I lei. n.lanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: RICHARD ALLEN PAGE residence nnknown You, RICHARD ALLEN PAGE are hereb) notified that a Bill of Complainl for Divorce has been filed againsi you, and you are required t- serve a cops of .'our Answer or Pleading lo the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, HATTEN \ SALEM, t"i N.W. th Street, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the offlt e of thi I %  I Ii of the Circuit court on or before the 2nd da) %  •' Not • mber, 1964, II yo t.iil in ii.. so, judgment bs default "ill I,,tak. n agalns) ou for the relit f lemanded in Ihe f Co lint ill be publish. .1 ,.n. .PHI 11 %  .1. i." i-'in consecutls i ". eks in THE JEWISH FLl iRIDl W Florida I ii I.\I: AND • lltl 'ERKI' at Miami, \ D 191 i: l:. LB \ i"I IKR.MAN, i "lerk, • rt, l' ol. Counts Florid i (Circuit Con: I s. al i Bj C P. CtH'EI.AND, l leput.' i 'Ii i k II \TII.N ,v SALEM 111.1 N.W .". 111 Slieet Miami, I'l,.rid,i 10'2, 9. 16, 18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT1CK IS HEREBY GIVEN that th.unde r s i gne d desiring to engage in business undejthe fictitious name .,1 OOLDIBS I.llirolt STORK al 42211 N.W. ::_'nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk ..t the Circuit Court of l Mil.Count} Florida. EDNA RPRIN, Sole I'Vller LEON A EPSTEIN •iii' Lincoln Road, Miami i•• • %  I.. Florida 10 -'. 9, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 6S825-A IN RE: Estate of SO FIB KAKV 1 leeeased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR OISTPIIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE u hereby given that I have filed a Final Report and Petition fin Distribution and Final Discharge as Executor of the estate ..f SOPIE KARY, deceased, and that on the 180th day Of October. 1964, will apply I to the Honorable County Judges ol Dade Count.'. Florida, for approval of said Final Report and for distribution ami final discharge as Executor of the estate of the above-named decedent. This '-'••ih da> of September, 1964. JOSEPH ROHM, Executor Estate "f B" iFIE K VR Y. I lei %  Kl'RT WELLI8CH, Attornes Estate ol Sofie Kary, Deceased 167 Aim. i in \'. in.Coral i iubh s. Plot Ida 10 2, '.'. I



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MAYORS PROCLAIM H-WtiK Metio Mayor Chuck Hall proclaims Hadassah Month for Metropolitan Dade County "to seek the enrollment of additional members throughout the community to become active pcr.kJpants in the great movement to unify the causes of freedom and democracy." Left to right are Mrs. Gerald P. Soltt, president of the Florida Region of Hadassah; Mrs. A. Edward Cohen, president df Miami Chapter; and Mrs. Joseph Milior., chairman of the Regional Membership Council. Lefl tc right are Mrs. A. Edward Cohen, president of Miami Chapter, Miami Mayor Robert King High. Mr;. Gerald P. Soltz, president of Florida Region, and Mrs. Max Swartz. memberahij vice president of Miami Chapter, as Mayor High proclc.j.r; Hadassah Month for his community. Left to right are Mrs. Nat Barth, president of Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard. and Mrs. Norman Meyers, membership vice president of Miam: Beach Chapter of Hadatsah, as Mayor Richard proclaims HcccEsah Month. n j bv ISABEL GRCVE the


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Friday. October 16, 1964 Pioneer Women's Chief Off to Confab; Groups Here Plan Functions Next Week +Jenisfi noridliar M Milton Green, president of Miami Council of I'ioneer. men and member of the Nation: ,,ni. has been elected to! .,.,\(. as Greater Miami's dele-j ,.tc to th;Pioneer Women's eon,'..,.,, to the Southeast Region j n Oct. -'5 and 2G at the Hilton Sheraton Hotel in New York City, ijrs. Cireen has been appointed hairman of the Moetzet-Hapoalot Lincheon on Oct. 25. Mrs Green, in addition to her sition in Pioneer Women, serves| a vice president of the Federa•;on of Jewish Women and a member of the Federation Speakers j Bureau. She serves as an annual captain of United Fund and is an acme member of Girl Scout Neighiiorhood Council, national Bonds: (or Israel Committee and Tech j Dion Board. Mrs. Green will remit on the conference on her re•urn to Miami. .:. • • club F.ilat, Pioneer Women's Business and Professional Group,! planning an evening on Saturlay, 8 p.m., in the Community Koom of Washington Federal, at 1234 Washington Ave. M.B. Mrs Sam Kovalsky, president of r'ilat, appointed Mrs. Julius Hubi stein, vice president, as chairman of the evening. Arrange-. ents for a musical program have also been made. Proceeds • I the evening will go to the hild Rescue Fund in Israel. • ft Kadimah Chapter. Mrs, Fred Bandler president, scheduled a board meeting on Thursday. Oct. VJ, at the home of Mrs. Celia Dickman, 1891 SW Mth St. Plans lor ihe season's main fund-raising events were to be on the agenda. • • # Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women's annual Leadership Training Seminar will take place on Tuesday. io a.m., in the Algiers Hotel. This year's theme. "A Happy Marriage," will feature the 40 years of activity hand-in-hand by Pioneer Women in the U.S.A. and the Moetzet Hapoalot, working women's council in Israel. Mrs. Alfred Lichtblau, president. of the Aviva Group, will chair the morning session and workshops. Mrs. Abraham Seltzer will chair the brunch and the afternoon pro-! gram. Mrs. Rose Byrum will pre-; sent a musical program. Greetings will be extended by | Mrs. Green. Papers presented | during the morning workshops will be publicity and public relations, ] Mrs. Leo Goldman; membership, Mrs. Fred Sandier, president of Kadimah; American Affairs, Mrs. Jack Sills. Council vice president. Speakers Seminar will cover four important aspects of club work: "How to Make a Pitch." Mrs. Joseph Krantz, president, Club I: "HOW to Introduce a Speaker," Mrs. Sara Kovalsky, Eilat president; "Duty and Function of a | Speaker. Chairman. Master of Ceremonies," Mrs. Louis Sachs. Coral Gables president; "PlanPage 3-E Cardiac Unit Wants Members MRS. MILTON GREEN Miami Chapter 2, National Children's Cardiac Hospital, has set a goal, of 100 new members for its annual membership tea on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. To be held in the cafetorium at the hospital. 1475 NW 12th Ave.. he afternoon will feature entertainment and a tour of the hospital building. Chairmen are Mrs. Jesse Glance and Mrs. George Hoffman. The group's monthly luncheon and card party is scheduled for Tuesday noon, Oct. 27, with all proceeds earmarked for the hospital. The smorgasbord lunch in the %  hospital's charter room will be t prepared and served by board members. Mrs. chairman. Irene Danzi-.. First regular meeting of th chapter was held on Tuesday a! ternoon, with Sam L. Scheer gues speaker. r.ing and Developing a Program." Mrs. Celia Wolfson, vice president of Aviva. Invocation at the brunch will be j by Mrs. Miriam Halperin, president of Gold Meir Club. Program will also include "That They Might Sing and Dance." by Mrs. Lear Notkin; "Impressions of an Israeli Ship," Mrs. Anna Quaker, and I "Eyewitness Report," Mrs. Moses Meyer. Council vice president. Dr. VJo!!so:> is Speaker "Socrates" is the topic of a lecture bj Dr. Abraham Wolfson before the Spinoza Forum lor Adult Education, meeting in the auditorium of Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave. on Thursday mornings. 10 to 12 noon. Mu-ic and a tape recording of "The Clouds," by Aristophenes, will pre< cile Dr. Woifson's talk. Planters Peanut Oil Contest Revealed Here A new receipe contest has been announced by the Planters Peanut Oil Company. Favorite recipes using the products may be submitted to Miriam Field, Manna About Town. 12th Floor. 420 I.i xington Ave.. New York 17, N.Y. If your recipe should be chosen to appear in Miss Field's Vlanna About Town" column, you will receive $25 plus a donation of $25 sent to the charity of your choice. Planter's Peanut Oil. a product i Standard Brands, is prepared c ireful rabbinical supervision, according to the manufacturers.—S.T. NEW fWv, KRAFT WHIPPED CREAM CHEESES THAT SPREAD LIKE I CHIRM! .... .*...„. 1 T^JE •witMafcfriwili WHIPPED with savory onions! us? SO ITgPREADS EVEN WHEN REFRiGfeftATOR with zippy pimejto with spicy ta'am delicate fresh dairy flavor .. • • NOW IN YOUR GROCER'S DAIRY CASE • • It just swishes onto bagels, bread and crackers...right from the refrigerator! And this delicate, fresh-tasting cream cheese comes "straight" and mixed with the cheeriest other ingredients! For wonderful new party snacks, sandwich and bagel treats...pick from these five in handy, reusable aluminum bowls. CErrriFiED KOSHER by Rabbis t. Relchman and J. M. Charlop gathered for you Miriam Field \N ell, w hul great cooks mj readers are! First of all, I want (o lhank all the kind people who were good enough to send in their favorite recipes. Now Standard Brands, the makers of Planters Oil and Chase & Sanborn Coffees, are very happy to send S25. in the name of Mrs. Melon l actor of Brooklyn, to Congregation B'nai Israel. And to Mrs. Factor herself goes another S25 for this delicious recipe, I hank you kerj much, ivirs. Helen Factor. More readers' recipes (and perhaps yours!) will he Icaturcd in later columns. Watch lor them. 55o 'O 'his "liii> dollar" apple cake. It really is a winner! MRS. FACTOR'S APPLE CAKE 2 cups ilicecl apples (about 2 medium sized apples) 1 cup su^ar '. 3 cup Pltnlers Peanut Oil 1 egg, beaten 1VS cups unsifted flour teaspoon Royal Baking Powder 1 teaspoon bakmp, soda 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 %  teaspoon salt Vi cup taisms C omhine dieed apples and Sugar in ntising hi.nl. Let Mand III minutes. Blend Planters Peanut Oil and egg into apple mixture. I ombUM dry ingredients and add. mixing well, siir in ruiMiis. Pour into greased 8-iueh square pan. 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Friday, October 16, 1964 +Jewlsti MoridTifur Page 5-B By EDYTHE SCHINDLER For the Artist, Her Material Comes First The room iattached to the • mse li'e an %  >rthought. Ori. i illy, it n e been intend' ed for o utility Dom, a pi ,.i ( v .• •.' es and cabinets M t %  • fusion of things j toded American ewife II hfully acquires. i.. y Edna Glaubman doesn't i e tiling' ; : iat she does hue i family to love and a nagg urge to :!ipose color and on a bare bite canvas and .c ii sing finishi tinting hangs on wall, rhe lines are fluid, rs shadings of brown-mellow ise. '' • easel is a blue I black • rue—a protest, a It iml nished. The artist provoke I ith herself. A lerin. ith escapes her. painting • rooted in the alized pa • mired in the abI pro• •\h, but %  begins every morning,' I I Edna Glaubman. I i eye9 I have seen too much turnii ; inward. "As a • :nan. 1 am n ty five years I'm sTill eager to learn, to .row. Life nothing but experience, I lon't want to miss i thing. I am after all, a middle-aged deltrtq tent" From Childhood According t Mrs. Glaubman. she was born and bred in New York and mellowed in Florida. She has been painting since a child. For four years, she studE3NA tiLMIBMAH artist's vision icd at Parsons School of Fine Art, where she was ultimately to return as a teacher. She attended the Art Students League in Woodstock and New York and has exhibited paintings at the Julian Levy Art Gallery and in traveling art shows here and in Europe. In 1861, her work was cited with the Membership Award, in 1961 the Palm Beach Society of Four Arts Channing Hare Award, and in 1964 also, the Florida Invitational Show Award. Her work is shown in many Florida State Museums, the Cummer Art il %  in Jacksonville—also thi Group Gallery in Jacksonville. Al pi! sent, her pain ci n i % %  al the Fontainbleau on Miami Beach. This in, Mrs. Glaubman expects to i. ich draw i i ain for the Art Council of the Lowe Gallery. \\ th her husband, Maury J. Glaubman, and her two sons. Rod and Mike. Edna Glaubman lives behind a little stone wall in a white house in South Miami. In New York. Mr. Glaubman was the national director of the Film, Television and Radio De partment of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Now semi-retired, he is a consultant on educational firms and television programs for non-profit organizations. Reflection of Time "All his life, he fights for the minorities," said Edna Glaubman of her husband. Son Rod plays bass for the All Miami Youth Symphony, but he also can plunk a mean guitar. The older son, Mike, is a painter. He has been described as a natural abstract painter of genuine promise. Presumably, art reflects the tempo of the time. It is a translation of a human being's response to the objective forces oi his total surrounding. But when an artist dares sifting, examining, taping his internal sources, when he does not merely report on world affairs but reveals distilled experience, then and onlythen does an artist sing. Edna Glaubman is a brave artist. With technique and total commitment, she isolates the moment and describes it with color and line. Projac/ing Feeling "I'm involved with my material first and then context." said Mrs. Glaubman. "I become immersed In the feel, smell, manipulation of paint. To put it to use is true excitement. My second concern is to project a feeling which others, if they can look with their inner eye, may participate in. I do not imitate or use a model. 1 do not paint a thing but even if an object is discernible, my involvement is with a feeling." Edna Glaubman is a semi-abstract artist in whose work many see a gypsy, a wandering quality. Tiiis she attributes to being a Jew. She says, "For me being a Jew ii fact. At present 1 am, reading about Judaism, for 11 want to express my past in my painting." Edna Glaubman urges every-; one to express themselves in | their own way. Painting is a! personal experience and there is no good or bad. right or wrong, i Valid Painting "Each person brings his own; self to the vessel. If he is hone.-t with himself and not deluded, then his painting is valid for him. But you have to experiSocialite ... by Isabel C/ Continued from Page 1-B on Hibiscus bland, are makim th( ir first trip there. Evelyn and Ben Clein. 7475 SW i isth St., entertained at WestIm.oke Count!;. Club on Saturday evening, Oct. 3, in honor of son Michael and his fiancee, Carol Hausman, who were to be married the following day Ri eption followed the wedding rehearsal and included the bridal party a I :ill out-of-town guests. Miamians included Mr and Mrs. Da. d Goldberg, grandparents ol Michael, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marks—he's Michael's i father Irving Arnokl. one ol Carol's um •-. who traveled in from the north, entertained at the piano ail evening Since all of the Clein relativehail from the deep south, and 8ll of the Hausman relatives come from the north, it was really a "Yankee-Rebel" party. Family dinner party hosted by Ella and Hyman Mandel in their home, at 1250 SW 17th St.. early this month brousht together her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dulitz, of New Orleans, her niece Mrs. Mar-hall Miller, wife of Rabbi Miller, of Kansas City, and localises Councilman and Mr-. Hyman Galbut with their four sons. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno arc back at 4515 Sheridan Ave. after an extended stay in the northern home of their daughter and son-in-law where she recuperated from major surgery Three adorable granddaughters contributed to the speedy recovery rove Leonard and Rosalind Zilbert.! North Bay Island, enjoying an! extended vacation motoring to New York. Kiamesha Lake and j New Orleans beior returning to | South Florida and home next \ week Good news for gourmets I Victor and Anne Bidone. just back trom their annual European vacation, are opening their elegant Dc Continental Restaurant in Bay Harbor a little early this season Wednesday Oct. 21. will be the first evening to sample the many Bidone favorites and the new tasty delights brought back from the capitals of the Continent. Obligation Meet For JWY Post Mrs. Dapar; Adelman, presi VltOB R'.l. dent, Miami Beach Auxiliary, JewMrs. Esther Gottfried, member i.-h War Veterans, was to preside ship vice president, was to pin ;il the Obligation ceremonies of new members, and Mrs. Max S. new members on Thursday, 8 p.m., Kern, national guard, was to ex al the American Legion Hall, 1828 tend greetings. ^^ | Pastrami? tofLrao SALAMI 1^33 PURE BEEF Kashruth supervision by prominent Orthodox Rabbis: M 't)i Bon b'"OWit? I n Roscmi.Jl u. ?.c. n WILNO KOSHER S5VC\YO."£.N". .O.C SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF • BOLOGNA MIAMI BRANCH: 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 ence yourself; you have to live to create." In January this artist will have a showing of black and white drawings at Jordan Marsh, whose International Art Gallery evolved Horn their sale of a Glaubman painting in 1962. Inside the white house in South Miami, there is a hint ol" a free -pint in the random ari i of furniture and stylized, and ( verythin defies labelin especially the people who live there. Glaubman has not compartmentalized her lite. Creativity is employed in everything and everywhere. It is the sum of her liie. Nothing goes with a good meal like TetleyTea! Because Tetley is bright and bracing as the finest, tastiest tea should he—a favorite in Jewish lioiiics since 18:>7. 6ULK, 8AGS AND INSTANT Have Joy In her middle years with "the best yet to be," her gyp\\ eyes are momentarily stilled as they take in the hand-lettered sign on her work table: ". give sense to the vulgar, mysterlousness to the common, dignity of the unknown to the obvious, and a trace of infinity to the temporal." And one might add: Have joy in the making. Kivitt to Play ( Kmg Midas 1 PTA of North Beach Elemen'ary School will sponsor two performances of "King Midas and the Golden Touch" on Monday. Oct. 26. at 3:30 and 7:30 p.m. Ivan Kivitt. director of the Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, takes the leading role, and John Ballard portraythe Prime Minister. Kivitt will come to the school on Wednesday, Oct. 21. Mrs. David Miller is PTA president. a. la, Swiss TURN SUNDAY BRUNCH INTO A FEAST! Just lay generous pieces of Switzerland Swiss Cheese on cut buttered bagels. Heat on baking pan in oven till cheese is melting. What a feast! Swit/crland Swiss Cheese Anyone can make the holes but only the Swiss can make the flavor Look for "Switzerland" on the package of slices or chunk you buy. Then you are sure of getting the matchless quality and nutlike ta'am of genuine Swiss Cheese—produced in Switzerland and no where else! Have pot roast, Kasha and gravy tonight/ MAN, THAT'S A DISHI K on the packace means Kosher. Certiliaf Kusi-.er and Paine by Rabbi Jacob Cohen FREE KASHA COOKBOOK EASY New recipes and menu ideas for modern meals ci-oiscf and entertainin 8 with Kasha. Address request ShRVEI to: p hy ni S woi^ p Qnn Yan# New York



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Friday, October 16, 1964 fpM'Scf' n*rKr1fa.r> Page 7-E K—^h arm in a l\ Wit yours, 6 f the Hebrew University, this week, with Shimon Yallon. Israel Consul General for the Southeastern United States, as guest speaker. Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual eader of Temple Beth Sholom. in-tolled new officers. The capacity attendance includ •d several women who have chilIren currently enrolled in the He %  rew University. Invocation was j elivered by Mrs. David Shapiro., t Hollywood, whose daughter and I on both studied at Israel's instiution of higher education. Many f thi' guests present have sponored scholarships at the university, including Mesdames Trudy [amerschlag, Sara Harris. Anna Brenner Meyers, Jack S. Popick. ;icob Rifkin, Carrie R. Sapiro and Vbrahaui 1. Usl mder. Announcement was made of two women who have recently been enrolled in the Society of the Worn en of the Book, contributors ot sl.OOO to the Jewish National and niversity Library. In naming Trs. Myers Harris and Mrs. Eliz ibeth Zentler as the newest afi!ias. Rabbi Kronish recognized ther Women of the Bock present: Mesdames Gussie Amdur. An! a C. Corrsin, France: Entine. Jos' |h H. Epstein, Betty Feuer. \bram Pox. Edythe ft Geiger. Fannie Goldberg. Esther Good van. Lillian Goodman, chairman if the project, Trudy llamer ichlag, Sara Harris. Anna Rren ier Meyers, Nathan Nash. Harry •latoff, Jack s. Popick, Jacob Rifdn, Carrie R, Sapiro, Samuel Sim onhoff, Carl Weinkle, Max WeitK Mrs. Samuel Simonholf, pies dent of the Greater Miami Won ens Division, welcomed the nev ly-en-olled members and invite' members and contributors to thWomen's Division to be her guestat the President's Reception w hie 1 will be held on Nov. 11. Births In Greater Miami The former Joyce Stern, daug ter of Rabhi and Mrs. Tibor I Stern, and her husband. Rabbi A en Genauer. have a baby daugfa ter. Shira. born Sept. 18 in Sea. He. Wash. T O iV I r S COMPUTE AUTO REPAIRS PHILLIPS "66" Go First Cl.iss—Go "Phillips" Top Value Stamps CE 5-1221 9700 F. IND'GO-Pprrine Across from Bank of Perrine Treat your family to Kasha Varnishkest %  mm KASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK EASY Ne'.v recipes and menu ideas for modern meals TO and entertaining with Kasha. Address request SERVE! to: Phyllis Wolff. Penn Yan, New York MAN, THAT* A DISH I LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • REPA/RINC Serving Dad* County Over 75 Years 1811 $.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9*04 AUTHORIZE OEAlt* CNITH QuoMy HEARING AIDS $SO to $285 Service All Mokes J^ BaMeriei — Mold* STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road i>M* M.1 Tifi-Tridi-Trlili-Twmi PHONE JE 8-7Y'1 LARRY'S I TEXACO Daily 7 A.M. to 10 P.M. Sunday 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Proprietor LARRY GABOURV 1 CRANDON BLVD. KEY BISCAYNE EM 1-5521 "Tr"t VOIT Cor to the Man Who Wears the Stor." ; — — — —.—. — — — — — — .i ROOM and BOARD For Elderly People. Special low summer rts, strictly Kosher. Warm at| mospSere. Car service. Also Efficiency — reasonable Rote. Mrs. H. Lvin, 154S Euclid Ave. JE 1-3741 ""WANTED*PLEASANT COMPANION SITTER for sweet elderly lady. Part-time Beth David Synagogue area. Car helpful but not necessary. For Further Information Call JE 2-i05 : ROOM and BOARD in Orthodox home two blocks. from Coral Gables bus. Phone 667-1839 # Cleaning-Laundry "^ Storage 1201 -20th Street JE 8-6104 Miami Beach OPEN 7 A.M. 9 P.M. Some Day Service Never An Extra Charge.



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payOctober 16, 1964 vJmisfi fh^irnciiain Page 9-B 1? p each L-^hapter Csyes IKccorct (/ C ah Road. Fr 'in Nov. 9 to No\ 30, a no el Numberella will be held with the cooperation of outstanding merchants in the community. Lucky •iebrew Univ. Professor Mns '64 Medical Prize pne of Hadassah's proudest (htevements is its new medical L -i at the Hadassah-Hebrew diversity School of Medicine. jc *;0 million institution, built a plateau overlooking the icient village of Ein Kerem, asls 500 beds, with an outpatint Department that can care i 250,000 patients a year. The center includes schools of ine dentistry, nursing and i! school oi pharmacology, now the process of construction. Pri i Moshe Rachmilewitz, oJ Hadassah-Hebrew Univerlt\'s Department of internal %  edicine, lias been awarded the %  M.; Israel Prize for Medicine. B carries with it a special citaion and a gift of £3.000. Prof. Kchmili i-itz also is dean emeriK of the Hebrew University%  jidassah Medical School. B'l'hc citation lauds Prof. Rachilewitz for having given "a lifeme of service to Israeli medijne" as a physician, scientist [ml "model educator" who has ained several generations of ioung physicians. It also stresses hicontributions to solution of Kublic health problems. I Prof. Rachmilewitz has been ictive in a number of international organizations and agen%  es, and is now serving in the Soviet Union on a World Health %  Organization mission. I In 1963, he was chairman of a Symposium on Nutritional %  Anemia at the International Conference of Haematology in Lisfcon. He is president of the hsian and Pacific Society of fclaomatology. which will hold its phird congress in Jerusalem in ugust. Since 1960, he has headid the Israel Association for taematology and Blood Transitions. Prof. Rachmilewitz' research PROf. MOM RACHUIUWITZ has centered on the metabolism of Vitamin B-12, on Mediterranean fever, various liver diseases and the mechanisms regulating blood creation. Recently, he has been concentrating on nutritional anemia, which he has studied in Israel and in Burma. Born in Mskislavi, Russia, in 18119, Prof. Rachmilewitz received an MD degree in Berlin in 1925, and settled in Palestine the following year. Subsequently, for four years, he engaged in research and clinical work as the Emanuel Libman Fellow in New York, Hamburg, Vienna, and Amsterdam. In 1931, he became senior physician in Hadassah's Department of Internal Diseases, and eight years later he was appointed head of Hadassah's Department of Internal Medicine. He has been a full professor of the Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School since 1952. n Hadassah members will win beautiful gifts to be displayed in store windows lor this three-week period. The following stores are participating in the Numberella: American Savings and Loan Association, Designed lor Living t Surf Side), Flower House (Surfi!ei. K u r 1 a n d e r s, Maison Blani lie. Sandra Post. Kay Potter Undei fashi n Saki Fifth Ave. i Lincoln Rd. shoe Rack, -ii fsi %  B< rti nbonicres, netic and Sundry Shop, 'i v o 'v lo displaj -. felling the Hadassah Story," have been exhibited in Burdinc's and the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association (Normandy Isle) November will be a buy month on the Hadassah social calendar The first event being planned is a tea to honor three and four-generation Life Members. On Nov. 13, Temple Emanu-El and Temple Beth Sholom will highlight Hadassah at Friday evening services. On Nov. 20. the same theme will be repeated at Friday night services at Temple Menorah and Temple Nor Tamid. The culminating affair of the membership campaign will be a giant membership rally on November 30 at the Deauville Hotel. Four-thousand members of the Miami Beach Chapter will assemble "to rejoice in that which we create." Mrs. Henry B. Wernick announces the program for the afternoon will be a style show by Jordan Marsh, an address by Mrs. High Salpeter, national membership chairman, and the presentation of the Myrtle Leal Award to an outstanding citizen of Dade County. Arrangements chairmen are Mrs. Maurice Cahn and Mrs. Henry B. Wernick. Mrs. Jack Doris is publicity chairman. Left to light are Mrs. Nat Barth. Miami Beach Chapter president; M. Saul Katz, national organization chairman; Mrs. Norman Meyers, Miami Beach Chapter vica president, membership chairman; and Mis. Maurice Cahn. Miami Beach Chapter organization vice president. Over 200 coordinators and group chairmen took part in an institute at the AlgiersHotel on Monday, Oct. 5, with Mrs. Katz presiding. Youth Aliyah Saves Generations of Future Youth Aliyah. the international child welfare movement, is preparing to absorb 25.000 children and youth from Norm Africa, Iran and Eastern Europe within the next five years Ibis was disclosed by Mrs. Max Sehenk, Hadassah's national i hairmaa for Youth Aliyah Hadassah, the Women's Orgi m zation of America, conducts programs ei youth rehabilitation and odtMUitton through its \ ai in. In diftcuaaiog the work ol Youth Ai'\.:h. Mrs. Sehenk said that sine-.-.is inception in 1934, | Youth Aliyah has rescued, rehabilitated and educated more than 112,000 young people from 72 countries. ••We assume that immigration from North Africa and other Middle Eastern countries will Brandeis Vocational Unit Adds New Departments Two new departments have been opened at Hadassah's Brandeis Vocational Center in Jerusalem. Mrs. D. Leonard Cohen, national chairman of Hadassah's Vocational Education Committee, announced. They are a tool and die-making department in the precision instruments school and a photooffset department in the printing school. Mrs. Cohen said that the tool and die-making department is the first of its kind to be installed in a vocational school in Israel. The grant was made by Israel LOCAL DRIVE ENCOMPASSES GREATER MIAMI Hadassah Seeks New Supporters Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson, national president of Hadassah. and a delegation of Hadassah leaders recently participated in dedication ceremonies for the tool and die-making and photooffset departments. Peretz Hamburger, director of the Vocational Education Division of Israel's Ministry of Labor, told the gathering that the two fields in which the Brandeis Vocational Center engages, metalwork and printing, symbolize the material and the spiritual. He commended Hadassah for opening these two departments and said he was sure this would serve as an example to other vocational schools in Israel. Continued from Page 1-B markets saluting Hadassah's membership campaign. For the first time in the hisItory of the region, four chapters, Tampa, Sarasota, St. Petersburg and Clearwater, will hold one coordinated, culminating member; ship function in the form of a "Myrtle Wreath Awards Brunch" [at the Port O' Call in St. Petersburg on Oct. 28. Some 1,500 women arc expected to attend. [Myrtle Wreath Awards will be | made to five outstanding personalities for special achievcIments in their respective fields. iThe event will be preceded by prince motorcades from the four ^communities. Mrs. E. J. Evans, former national vice president of Hadassah, and the wife of the present mayor of Durham, N.C., will be guest speaker at the Port O' Call function, as well as at culminating membership events in Polk County (Lakeland) on Nov. 4 and Ft. Lauderdale on Nov. 5. The Palm Beach, Daytona Beach and Orlando Chapters will all culminate their drives in November. Miami Chapter will conclude on Nov. 16 at the Fontainebleau Hotel, with Rev. Nancv Forsberg as guest speaker, and the Miami Beach Chapter will hold its event on Nov. 30 at the Deauville Hotel with Mrs. High Salpeter, national membership chairman, as guest speaker. There will also be "Free Parking Days" in many shopping areas throughout the state for all cars bearing Hadassah record decals on their windshields. Every Hadassah member securing five new members will receive a Myrtle Leaf charm, and the women in each group or chapter bringing in the most new members during the campaign will he awarded a jeweled achiever pin. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz is president of the Florida Region and Mrs. Joseph Milton is regional membership chairman. MRS. D. LEONARD COHEN MRS. MAX SCHENK continue through the 1960*8," slM said. •During the '60's, Youth Aliyah must therefore continue the absorption of children and youth." Mrs. Sehenk pointed out that •Youth Aliyah faces a great and challenging task." although "no one can foresee how and when, the immigration will take place, nor can its scope be controlled." She added, "we have reason. to hope that in view of the 'thaw that has set in between the world's two blocs there will be greater understanding in Eastern Europe for the point of view that the best solution for the Iron Curtain country Jews lies in their emigration to Israel." Mrs. Sehenk said that "this immigration should be based on the principle of reuniting families. Youth Aliyah will absorb these young people, providing them with Jewish education, aswell as theoretical, vocational and agricultural skills in order to bring about their full integration into our society." Mrs. Sehenk said that Youth Aliyah has had a "positive experience in handling children from Eastern Europe. They come to Youth Aliyah equipped with an excellent general education," she said, "but they lack Jewish values, and a is up to Youth Aliyah to provide them with this at all reasonable speed. "Youth Aliyah has had to overcome great difficulties not only in building anew the world of these youngsters, but also in gaining the understanding and.! trust of their parents and relatives." Since its inception in 1964. Youth Aliyah has brought to Israel, rehabilitated and educated more than 112.000 young people from 72 countries.



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jttay, October 16, 1964 l**\Ut ftnrMK&p Page 11-B David Pinski Oneg Shabbat Max B. \>u>r, president, David : 'i iski K<>ik School, announces its %  ir-t Oneg Shabbat <>n Friday, 8 p.iU.. at Um I'.uban I Zmwat Culure Center, 812 Wushinylon Ave. I.mi..s Lasavin, principal of the ichool, iil speak on bis recent to Isi i. Community sing ng in Hebrew and Yiddish will be i)\ musical director Ben Vomen. I.. Ereshme ;t will be served. New law firm Sidney Efronson and A. Bud %  Sutler have formed a partners ;or the general practice ol law under the name ol Cutler & Klron-on. Both men were admitted to ,IHC in 1350 aj)d Jjave Jiejjp ctive ci mmunity lead.;!-. la moment at the Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner of State be presentation of the coveted Award of Honor to Louis FJcrtwr-'^UI a (second from left) and Max Krausr, (second from by Israel's newly-appointed Consul General to the J.tern Region of the United Slates Shimon Yallon (cen]oining in the presentation ceremonies were Maurice nil (left), Temple president and dinner chairman, end Sol inkel (right), dinner co-chairman. The dinner was held last evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel. temple Menorsh Bays $251,300 e to Idresses by is sul Gi neral Shimon Yalongressman Claude Pepper, i Mayer Abr im iwtta, of Temirah, and Temple Presi%  i • .lauriee llevitz, members ol If iMenorah la.-t Sunday evenJB; -.i.-irked the 15th anniversary of •' Temple and the 16th annivei "1 Israel'.-, statehood with an urn '.i -late of Israel Be r irenase.totaling $251,300. Ml'--dinner al the Fontainebleau Ht,; l the scene of an ani i Lou Poller that the 'ii V.i "mil Bank would Jt-. .. %  SV>:>,m> worth of Israel II honor of the occasion. %  I A opacity crowd of some 500 p joined in honoring Tempi Menorah leaders Max Krauss A r:l i ouis Reinstcin for their Krvicet to the Temple, the com^Kumty and Israel. I(i: IOI leaders taking part in the pr, U( .|-.. So! Frankel, dinner CO nan, and Mrs. Eisie Belsir president of the Sisterho id. %  : Pv audience heard reassura*, mi both Congressman Pep; -r and Yallon on the seeur itj ;.ul Pepper emphasized hii I..-I that the United States gtn< -ir ,ent would support Israel gg>.i.any atj'-jressor. -Anyone v ho strikes a blow against IT el .-Hikes a b! v a ;ainsl the Unite l s." Mr. Yallon outline I Israel's major problem as threefold: one. development of natural resources, particular!) in the Negev; two, the absorption ol immigrants, many of whom -came out of stoneage communities;" and three, the m cessitj ol Israel's belonging to real new modern societj ol -eier.ee. A colorful ceremony was the kindling ol Israel's Menorah of i it< tii od conducted by Rabbi mowitz. Participating In the ceremony were Mr. anil Mrs Isadore Drell. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mr. and Mrs. Morris C. Bi r er, Mr an I Mrs. Jacob A. Burstein, VIra. Sou.a Danovitz, Mr. ;, uis De Coveny, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Graubart, Mrs. Belle Hirseh, Mr. and Mrs. Julius lies nick. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schiffnian Mr. and Mrs Charles Sommer. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham I. Islander. Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Appel, Mr and Mrs. Oscar Heeker. Mr. and Mrs Jack Troy. Mr. and Mrs Maurice .1. Weiel, Mr. and Mrs I Abraham Selecoff. Mr. and Mrs Rubin Zerlin. Mr. Isaac Hirseh. Realtor of Year On MJcsmi Beach Leo Else ist fin, past presidenl and trustee ol the Miami Beach Board ol ReaI1 i n named y the Aw ards Committee as the Bi a d'1964 Ri Itoi ol the Year. Selecti n as made for his realtor activity locally and state v. .de. as well as for his active in[i re it in communitj affairs. Eiseritcin spearheaded an advertiting program which resulted in a special institutional-type cf advertising campaign sponsored by the five real estate boards in Dade County. Eistenstein's name will be submitted by the Miami Beach Board if Realti rs .iits nominee to the Florida Association of Realtors Realtor of the Year contest. 'Ibis yeai 's state winner will be name I at the close ol the FAR's I8lh annual convention in Tampa from Oct. i;> through IT. Synagogue Has Youth Program A new youth group has been irganized at the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue. Open to ollege students, the co-ed organi, zation will also accept girls who are juniors or seniors in high ichooL Sessions will be held on Sundays, ; 10:3 in the Y nth Hall i| l.he synagogue, with local rab' is sen in di scussion leaders. chaii., "M are Daniel Aranoff ind Tiki Stern. H • on Oct. is will be "Ex 'remism in Religion, Virtue or \ ice?" The • %  has also introduc•d a Ta'mud class scheduled to % % %  >el on Mundi] %  enin at 8 .•ii. Rabbi 'filer II Stern, an 'nor and Taimudic scholar, will lead t!'" %  -• •• %  HI |>. Firs) session was teld Oct. 12. examination for Diabetes Judaea Conclave At Ner TamSd Temple Ner Tamid will be bead ; uteis for Young Judaea this weekend when Judaeans from all iver the South Florida area gather for the first senior conclave of the season. Theme for the weekend is "Politics and the American Jew." in keeping with the upcoming national election. All phases ol Jew-h involvement in American poliics will be explored in workshops and discussion groups. Also slated tor the weekend is Cull i i m ol [ames, Israeli lancing md singing, participation •I ,.•• % %  [n reli |ious sei \ ices and i soecial Saturday night hi ..uny ii:,. || %  ekend the schedule v< ill alo include a (amp Judaea n union. Camp Judaea is the dae %  n c imp in He nville, N.C. Co iclave is under the and supervi on ol Frank Farbenloom, citj director ol i rudaea. assisted bj lay men bers of ZO \ and Hadassah's V Commission. Ma'iM Beach Medical Center ill offer free examination for 1! senior citizens for Diabetes deletion o" Sundav, io a.m. to G p m.. at 1218 Washington Ave. NICE ROOM PRIVATE ENTRANCE, BATH, REFRIf ERATOR, for refined couple or single person. 2070 S.W 4th Street. FR 9-6607 Reopening Oct. 21st Victor Bidone's mSCAVNM TKRRAIK HOTEL Catering Department STARLIGHT BALlnOM TERRACE ROOM AVAILABLE FOR SOCIAL EVENTS Strictly Ko.he, F.ciliti.. 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* U**Ub ftfirMitr
Page 11-B
New taw firm

David Pinski
Onea Shabbat SWne? Efron*n and A- !:uM
^i^tj '>iuwwui CutlM, haye forme(j a partnei
Han B \-um-, president, David "'' the general practice ol law
Pi...ski Folk School, announces its Jndr the name oi Cutler & Efron-
Brsl Oneg Shabbat on Friday, 8 son. Both men were admitted to
j.iu.. 4i iht Fasband Zimuot Cul- prafilite in 13jo ajr.l Jiuw- J>ejn
in-e Center, 848 Washington Ave. active community leaders,
Louis Lasavin, principal oi the -------------------
tchool, will .peak on his recenl JririOfia CoJlfldVe
to Israel Communitj sing *"<- ^ontlUVC
ng in Hebrew and Yiddish willIbe f *^er Tamid
l>> :mi.-icai director Hen
v/omen.
li Lreshme its will be served,
Synagogue Has
Youth Program
WasSrS^figi
SS^plsBr*
jla moment at the Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner of State
e presentation of the coveted Award of Honor to Louis
I sin (second from leftl and Max Krausr, (second from
by Israel's newly-appointed Consul General to the
5 ...tern Region of the United States Shimon Yalion (con-
joining in the presentation ceremonies were Maurice
left), Temple president and dinner chairman, and Sol
1 (right), dinner co-chairman. The dinner was held last
evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
\emp\e Menorsh Buys $251=300
Temple Ner Tamid will be I
quarters for Yoiinr; Judaea this
weekend when Judaeans from all
iv er the South Florida area gather
tor Hi" first senior conclave ol
the season.
Theme for the weekend is "Poli-
A new youth group has been tics and the American .lew." in
irgaoized nt the Jacob C. Cohen keeping with the upcoming na>
Community Synagogue. Open to nal election. All phases oi Jew-
college students, the co-ed organi- ish involvement in American poli-
zation will also accept girls who tics will be explored in workshops
are juniors or seniors in high .md discussion groups,
nl. Also slated for the weekend is
. ponse U Idresses bj Is
nsul General Shimon Yal-
igressman Claude Pepper,
ilayer Abramowitz, of Tern-
i Mi norab, and Temple Presi-
lurice RevitZ, members Ol
ili Menorah last Sunday even-
marked the l.'ith anniversary
the Temple and the 16th anni
-; ry oi Israel'.- statehood with
U :'; Oliring "I State Of Israel
irehases totaling $251,300.
i inner al the Fontainebleau
was also the scene ol an
Is .1. < meni i j Lou Poller that
at in Nal onal Bank would
f $123,000 worth of Israel
. ii honor of the occasion.
A capacity crowd of some 500
s joined in honoring Tem-
Lle !Vienorali leaders Max Kraoss
fcr;l i suis Reinstein for their
lerv'-:es to the Temple, the com-
piunit) and Israel.
|< leaders taking part in the
\o'trnn were Sol Frankel, dinner
lan, and Mrs. Eisie Bel-
president of the Sisterhood.
audience heard reassur-
Ices from both Congressman
\v\)\ er and Vallon on the secur
s (I rael. Pepper emphasized
belief that the United States
Ivernment would support Israel
laii any aggressor. "Anyone
11 .i strikes a blow again I l-i' el
strikes a b linsl the I nited
States."
Mr. Yalion outline I Israel's
major problem as threefold: one.
development ol natural resources,
particular!) in the Nege\ ; two,
the absorption of immigrants,
many of whom 'came out ol stone-
age communities;" and three, the
necessity ol Israel's belonging to
he great new modern society of
-cil'l.ce
A colorful ceremony was the
kindling ol Israel's Menorah of
i it< hood conducted by Rabbi
Abramowitz. Participating in
the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs.
Isadore Drell, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Tillig. Mr. and Mrs. Morris C.
Bi r er. Mr an 1 Mrs, Jacob A.
in, Mrs Sonia Danovitz, Mr.
;.. uis 1' Coveny, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Graubart, Mrs. Belle
llirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Res
niek.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Scluffman
Mr, and Mrs Charles Sommer,
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham I. Island-
er. Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Wes-
tern. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Appel. Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Hecker. Mr. and
Mrs Jack Troy, Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice J. Weiel, Mr. and Mrs.
j Abraham Selecoff, Mr. and Mrs.
Rubin Zerlin. Mr. Isaac Hirsch.
Eiseiumin
Realtor of Year
On Miami Beach
Leu Ki-e i-i 'in, pasl
and trustee ol the Miami Beach
Hoard oi Real) r, has been named
! y the Awards Committee as the
Bi a d's 1984 Ri altoi ol the Year.
Select! n was made for his real
tor activltj locally and state
wide, as well as for his active in-
ere I in community affairs.
Eiserstein spearheaded an ad-
vertising program which result-
ed in a special institutional-type
cf advertising campaign spon-
sored by the five real estate
boards in Dade County.
Eistenstein's name will be sub-
mitted by the Miami Beach Board
of Realti rs as its nominee to the
Florida Association of Realtors
Realtor of the Year contest.
This year's state winner will be
named at the close of the FAR's
I8th annual convention in Tampa
from Oct. la through it.
Ses no- will ; n Sundays, i full rug am of games, Israeli
t 10:3 in the Youth Hall lancing md iinging, participation
ii the synagogue, with local rab- n Tomnle religious services and
Sis serying as discussion leaders, i soe< Sal irdaj night
cl men are Daniel Aranofi anny,
md Tiki Stern. ii the eekend the schedule
Topic on Oct. IS will be "Ex-'will alo include a (amp Judaea
n in Religion, Virtue or reunion. Camp Judaea is the
Vice?" ludae i i wn camp in
The ynagogue has also introduc- sonville, N.C.
?d a Talmud class scheduled to Conclave is under the
meel o i w d j evenings at 8 and supervision ol Frank Farben-
.m. Rabbi Tiler ll. Stern, au- loom, citj dir ctor ol '
'hor and 'falmudic scholar, will Judaea, assisted by lay men
'..'.ol the group. Firs! session was of '/."\ and Hadassah's Ya
'leld Oct. 12. C'onimi-
Examination for Diabetes
M:ami Beach Medical Center
ill niter a free examination for
.!! senior citizens for Diabetes de-
letion '" Sundav, in a.m. to 6
p.m., at ni8 Washington Ave.
NIC? ROOM
PRIVATE ENTRANCE, BATH, REFRir
ERATOR, for refined couple or single
person. 2070 S.W. 4th Street.
FR 9-6607
Reopening
Oct. 21st
Victor
Biilone's
mSeAYNM TERRACE HOTEL
Catering Department
STARLIGHT BAUOM TERRACE ROOM AVAILABLE
FOR SOCIAL EVENTS
Itrktty Ko.her Facilities Available und.r Supervision "'"'bbi Tiber H Stern
CALL Miss Shirley, Catering Mgr.,
FR 9-3792
SAND-ELL KOSHER TO CATERERS
Elegant Caterinq for All Your Social Functions
In Your Home, Synagogue or Hot*'
UN 6 6226 IF NO ANSWER CALL UN 6-5278
,Vhere Elegonce
in Diitini is
A ,: rui.'i..'. n
1045 95lh STREET BAY HARBOR ISLAND
RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224
S.W. MIAMI HAS ACCLAIMED
THE NEW
Gold'n Chef
RESTAURANT & TAKE OUT
Continental -m Kosher Caterers
WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNLIMITED
At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue
Mlamfl O.ily "Shom-r Shnbhos" Restaurant Quality P" j*"""
8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI __________Phone 226-1744
ROYAL HUNGARIAN TO CATERERS
731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401
Exclusive Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and Social Functions
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
4.0ltl0\ and NOT
a--.-- KOSHER CATERERS mWB
JUJJ l-.m hors d'oeevres to a complete Oi-ttft |tlt,
170 N.W. Sfh ST., MIAMI ONEA JS.tffS
Under the st lot supervisor, of the United K.shrus^I'Tsa 2 '
Greater M,ami-Supervising Rabb.: Rabbi ***" ic^;'!:c
OPEN HOUSE WEDD/NCS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPT.OMS
KING
ARTHUR'S
COURT
STROLLING VIOLINS
DINNER SUPPER
DANCING
I MIAMI
i SPRINGS
[ VILLAS
500 Deer Run TU 8-4521
ART BRUNS, Co-Owner
FEATURING FULL LINE OF DELICATESSEN
BAKERY SANDWICHES MM
PIZZA CHICKEN SEAFOOD
Phone 667-0361 for Your Order
NO WAITING NEIGHBORHOOD DELIVERY
2020 Southwest 57th Avenue
We Welcome You to
Our Newly Re-opened and Re-decorated
Dunkin' Donuts
HOUSE OF PANCAKES
1118 S. DIXIE H'WAY Opposite U. of Miami
MO 5-5942
Serving Complete BREAKFAST LUNCHEON -
and DINNER MENUS
ALSO PANCAKES Your Choice of 20 Varieties
EL ll.Vri'ItltO SPANISH RESTAURANT
Specialty of the House
"PAELLA VALENCIANA"
OPEN 11 A.M Til 10 P.M. DAILY
2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3-4



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:iday. October 16, 1964 U**Ub ftfirMitr Page 11-B New taw firm David Pinski Onea Shabbat SWne ? Efron n and A !:uM ^ %  i^tj '>iuwwui CutlM haye forme( j a p art nei Han B \-UM-, president, David •"'' the general practice ol law Pi...ski Folk School, announces its Jndr the name oi Cutler & EfronBrsl Oneg Shabbat on Friday, 8 son. Both men were admitted to •j.iu.. 4i iht Fasband Zimuot Culprafilite in 13JO ajr.l JiuwJ>ejn in-e Center, 848 Washington Ave. active community leaders, Louis Lasavin, principal oi the tchool, will .peak on his recenl JririOfia CoJlfldVe to Israel Communitj sing *"<- ^ontlUVC ng in Hebrew and Yiddish will Ibe £f *^ er Tamid l>> :mi.-icai director Hen v/omen. li Lreshme its will be served, Synagogue Has Youth Program WasSrS^figi SS^plsBr* jla moment at the Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner of State e presentation of the coveted Award of Honor to Louis I sin (second from leftl and Max Krausr, (second from by Israel's newly-appointed Consul General to the 5 ...tern Region of the United States Shimon Yalion (conjoining in the presentation ceremonies were Maurice left), Temple president and dinner chairman, and Sol 1 (right), dinner co-chairman. The dinner was held last evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel. \emp\e Menorsh Buys $251=300 Temple Ner Tamid will be I quarters for Yoiinr; Judaea this weekend when Judaeans from all iv er the South Florida area gather tor Hi" first senior conclave ol the season. Theme for the weekend is "PoliA new youth group has been tics and the American .lew." in irgaoized nt the Jacob C. Cohen %  keeping with the upcoming na> Community Synagogue. Open to nal election. All phases oi Jewcollege students, the co-ed organiish involvement in American polization will also accept girls who tics will be explored in workshops are juniors or seniors in high .md discussion groups, nl. Also slated for the weekend is •. ponse U Idresses bj Is nsul General Shimon Yaligressman Claude Pepper, ilayer Abramowitz, of Terni Mi norab, and Temple Presilurice RevitZ, members Ol ili Menorah last Sunday evenmarked the l.'ith anniversary the Temple and the 16th anni -; ry oi Israel'.statehood with U :'; Oliring "I State Of Israel irehases totaling $251,300. i inner al the Fontainebleau • %  was also the scene ol an Is .1. < meni i j Lou Poller that at in Nal onal Bank would f $123,000 worth of Israel ii honor of the occasion. A capacity crowd of some 500 s joined in honoring TemLle !Vienorali leaders Max Kraoss fcr;l i suis Reinstein for their lerv'-:es to the Temple, the compiunit) and Israel. |< leaders taking part in the \o'trnn were Sol Frankel, dinner lan, and Mrs. Eisie Belpresident of the Sisterhood. audience heard reassurIces from both Congressman \v\)\ er and Vallon on the secur %  s (I rael. Pepper emphasized belief that the United States Ivernment would support Israel laii any aggressor. "Anyone 11 .i strikes a blow again I l-i' el strikes a b linsl the I nited States." Mr. Yalion outline I Israel's major problem as threefold: one. development ol natural resources, particular!) in the Nege\ ; two, the absorption of immigrants, many of whom 'came out ol stoneage communities;" and three, the necessity ol Israel's belonging to he great new modern society of -cil'l.ce A colorful ceremony was the kindling ol Israel's Menorah of i it< hood conducted by Rabbi Abramowitz. Participating in the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Drell, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Tillig. Mr. and Mrs. Morris C. Bi r er. Mr an 1 Mrs, Jacob A. in, Mrs Sonia Danovitz, Mr. ;.. uis 1' %  Coveny, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Graubart, Mrs. Belle llirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Res niek. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Scluffman Mr, and Mrs Charles Sommer, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham I. Islander. Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Western. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Appel. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hecker. Mr. and Mrs Jack Troy, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Weiel, Mr. and Mrs. j Abraham Selecoff, Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Zerlin. Mr. Isaac Hirsch. Eiseiumin Realtor of Year On Miami Beach Leu Ki-e i-i 'in, pasl and trustee ol the Miami Beach Hoard oi Real) r, has been named y the Awards Committee as the Bi a d's 1984 Ri altoi ol the Year. Select! n was made for his real tor activltj locally and state wide, as well as for his active inere I in community affairs. Eiserstein spearheaded an advertising program which resulted in a special institutional-type cf advertising campaign sponsored by the five real estate boards in Dade County. Eistenstein's name will be submitted by the Miami Beach Board of Realti rs as its nominee to the Florida Association of Realtors Realtor of the Year contest. This year's state winner will be named at the close of the FAR's I8th annual convention in Tampa from Oct. la through IT. Ses nowill ; n Sundays, i full rug am of games, Israeli t 10:3 in the Youth Hall lancing md iinging, participation ii the synagogue, with local rabn Tomnle religious services and Sis serying as discussion leaders, i soe< Sal irdaj night cl men are Daniel Aranofi anny, md Tiki Stern. ii %  the eekend the schedule Topic on Oct. IS will be "Ex-'will alo include a (amp Judaea n in Religion, Virtue or reunion. Camp Judaea is the Vice?" ludae i i wn camp in The ynagogue has also introducsonville, N.C. ?d a Talmud class scheduled to Conclave is under the meel o i w d j evenings at 8 and supervision ol Frank Farben••.m. Rabbi Tiler ll. Stern, auloom, citj dir ctor ol '• 'hor and 'falmudic scholar, will Judaea, assisted by lay men '..'.ol the group. Firs! session was of '/."\ and Hadassah's Ya 'leld Oct. 12. C'onimiExamination for Diabetes M : ami Beach Medical Center •ill niter a free examination for .!! senior citizens for Diabetes deletion '" Sundav, in a.m. to 6 p.m., at ni8 Washington Ave. NIC? ROOM PRIVATE ENTRANCE, BATH, REFRir ERATOR, for refined couple or single person. 2070 S.W. 4th Street. FR 9-6607 Reopening Oct. 21st Victor Biilone's mSeAYNM TERRACE HOTEL Catering Department STARLIGHT BAUOM TERRACE ROOM AVAILABLE FOR SOCIAL EVENTS Itrktty Ko.her Facilities Available und.r Supervision "'"'bbi Tiber H Stern CALL Miss Shirley, Catering Mgr., %  FR 9-3792 SAND-ELL KOSHER TO CATERERS Elegant Caterinq for All Your Social Functions In Your Home, Synagogue or Hot*' UN 6 6226 IF NO ANSWER CALL UN 6-5278 ,Vhere Elegonce in Diitini is A : rui.'i..'. n 1045 95lh STREET BAY HARBOR ISLAND RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224 S.W. MIAMI HAS ACCLAIMED THE NEW Gold'n Chef RESTAURANT & TAKE OUT Continental -m Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue Mlamfl O.ily "Shom-r Shnbhos" Restaurant Quality P j*"" !" 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI %  Phone 226-1744 ROYAL HUNGARIAN TO CATERERS 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 Exclusive Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and Social Functions HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON 4.0ltl0\ and NOT a--.-KOSHER CATERERS m WB JUJJ l-.m hors d'oeevres to a complete Oi-ttft | t lt 170 N.W. Sfh ST., MIAMI !" ONE A JS.tffS Under the st lot supervisor, of the United K.shrus^I'Tsa 2 Greater M,ami-Supervising Rabb.: Rabbi *£**" i c ^;'!: c OPEN HOUSE WEDD/NCS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPT.OMS KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER DANCING I MIAMI i SPRINGS [ VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner FEATURING FULL LINE OF DELICATESSEN • BAKERY • • SANDWICHES • • MM • • PIZZA • • CHICKEN • • SEAFOOD • Phone 667-0361 for Your Order NO WAITING • NEIGHBORHOOD DELIVERY 2020 Southwest 57th Avenue We Welcome You to Our Newly Re-opened and Re-decorated Dunkin' Donuts HOUSE OF PANCAKES 1118 S. DIXIE H'WAY Opposite U. of Miami MO 5-5942 Serving Complete BREAKFAST LUNCHEON and DINNER MENUS ALSO PANCAKES Your Choice of 20 Varieties EL ll.Vri'ItltO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA" OPEN 11 A.M Til 10 P.M. DAILY 2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3-4



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??r* : s knisf Tlrsrttor -%  • %  : 'JM Orchestra Opens Season Sunday Evening -. • Mrs %  •5 %  %  I Adath Yeshurun Adult Classes -. %  Tem'. rtj • "i; I 30 ;. and %  -. are offered UH intermediate ..,. .. borne and B %  eli ... be i .. %  ted by • E Caplan and Ye%  ation director of T< pie I jar ar•. %  • C^ orcgr-n .1!! be •-* -•*-* 4 co"-c --_-.= %  U*frd K*:-i n by Of *r — F Le new rfear :' •-• u-'*- ty o* '•* c~ i:--.' z* "jic. on cw. fa Of S* 'i< TSe competition i p c ea wd a *r ... -. grefcestri e — • ~= Ufl ted Sii-s-Ei'*" G-%*i s be UK ... j ... %  : : -.-53 A [.: • %  re at the ag< -;.-•. : IS Sea • be was 18 yean a.-ed Before audil the work) a-.:: %  B'ril rvice at the Temple will has been the recipient of %  dl bold a general mo vita all advance re-, tribute* both in the Unite 9 •-ria;. eieiung • .' '. : •:." i.'i'J L.gbt Co \)\ i Un in.'. Waj Hiaieah Evan the i .% % %  : %  Paver and Light Co., v. jij present a program Meal Cooker) *;th Small Ape *U >i Civil Rights Progra-n Set %  Hate %  | lc ll It %  • %  : program ehcSn-cn Mrs S lerbood presideni Mn • .-. ....-;. Or Olom Ladies In Fashion Show Here Tuesday %  • • Hi %  • %  %  %  >>..%  ill be feat jrte Depai I flamingo Chapter Meeting %  -. •. • %  Proct fur Mn %  :'-;••' .-.-; Mn S-: and Mi G iw Gi Jber Babi I u I : the i T --• %  %  • %  tViat -: : i %  I -Beth Kodesh Sisterhood A brief ft jrai ----.-.-.%  :-. year Hig) Mi m o Lodge to Cite Radio Man A-. %  -!.'-' %  • i night, 8:3 at • %  .'. %  • %  Mian i Town a Hoi r at the • % % %  • %  I a'EDH This Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors,^ Temple Zamora Back to School "What Constitute* a Good Re." will be the the Back to v.hool Day of Z^amora Beli| hoof in the Temple H LA ter • i irman of tl i Boat cation, Rabbi H<-r-hei • ember of the BuBdacation of the home an>.' tl ike for eff i • Parent meet thi faculty M>] curri%  hool IT A will at I at the meeting an


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October 16, 1964 +Jewl$li fhrkNcui Page 13-B ^ v fc ^ „ry Krevaf Robert lilienfeld Brian Zalis Spencer Gordon Gary Krevat i Tibor H. Stem will of|, .it the Bar Mvlzvah of son ol Mr. and Mis. David | ; ,t. iii.i Lenox Ave., on Satmorning, Oct. 17, at the C. Cohen Community Synaeifihth grade student at Ida ishcr Junior High, the celeis active in sports and inUed in mechanics and elccterested in all major sports. Mrs. Israel Hoffman and Mrs. Annie Gordon. Spencer's grandparents, will be present for the occasion. The celebrant will be honored at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall following the service and at a reception Saturday evening at the Doral Country Club. P ircnts in honor of the occasion at the Algiers Hotel on Sunday vemn 4 Brian Zalis Brian Alan, son of Dr. anil Mrs, Daniel Zalis, 10235 W. Broadview Dr., will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Oct. IT, at the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross will officiate. An eighth grade honor student at the Academy. Brian is a member of the Science Club and Hebrew Academy Choir, and was a winner last term in the Dade County Science Fair. Out-of-town guests will include his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Glasser, of Baltimore, Aid. Kiddush in honor of the Bar Mitzvah will take place following the ceremony, and a reception will be held Saturday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Friday evening, a reception will be given at their home by Dr. and Mrs. Zalis. nts of the Bar Mitzvah will urn at the Kiddush followihe ceremony and at a re[i il dinner at the Deau on Sunday. Linda Sneider a, daughter of Mr. and Richard Sneider, KID M; :• %  !-.. will observe her Bas •i ,' i idaj evening, Oct. m. regation Max A. Lipschitz, aim I n Ben Zion Kirschenbaum offia ha Itei led Beth HIS School fur the past live .ind :a member ol the School graduating cl.i. Sneider serves as president [o congregation, is a past presof the Men s Club, chairman %  Building Committee, chairof trustees, and vice presiat large. Mrs. Sneider serves ce president in charge of bership for Sisterhood, indparents attending the ii'ony will be Mrs. Esther Sanand Mrs. Jean Sneider. Spencer Gordon Ir Irving Lchrman will offiM<' at the Bar Mitzvah of Spencef, on of Mr. and Mrs. William ^Joon, on Saturday morning. 17, at Temple Emanu-El. encer attends eighth grade at Stilus Junior High, and is inLinda Hill Linda, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hill, 1051 NB 176th Tor.. observed her Bas Mitzvah al Beth Torah Congregation on Saturday, Oct. mli. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz officiated and presented the celebrant a Bible <• behalf of the Mollie Kal aner S erhood. Linda has attended Beth Torah i i r th 1 past ; was raduated from Di ncnl tinI BSt Abbey Berl


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Pifckff. October 16. 1964 +3eist Fkrrtfrr Friday, Qztober j. Works of art by Mrs. Morris Skop will constitute a one-man show at Temple Beth Shirah. opening Sunday. Mrs. Skop Will Show Art Works MrMorris A. Skop. wife ol Rabbi Skop of Temple Beth Shirah. present, under the auspices of the Art Commil'ee of the Ed>ica liOD Department, a "one-man on Sundaj at Beth Shirah. n :20th SI from 7 to 10 Mr and MrBernard I1 • Par ", cbi the < : it! • • %  rill eonjn oil and ••-..' culpl it <• in marble, e and 1 ei mk -. and u tei ol bal md p r..• ol >.< %  -. %  itudied with Saul trator of Bib. themean-l it the National n. She • 1 lor 01 E • the I'nivei I i Miami and honor grad l< 1 lewol I T( U 1 I art in the D Mr^ Skop erved as vice preident ol the Orlando Association of Art a no" received a First Award in Portraiture at the Norton Gallerj ol Art m Palm Beach during the Florida Federation of Art Show She ij now directing the le rial '. and Crafts Departmenl al Beth Shirah % %  • • her '•I.m first prize in the Gn er Mi in B ire 111 ol Jewish Ed i• /n Art Content with tne profit 1 he en 1 riot I Israel, ma'.'spun gli pieces i ll be on display, open to the public %  r 10 a m to .", p m 1 rday ami Sunday. Dade Heights Seminar • • ir Citizens ol Dadi 11 will meet on Sunday, 1:30 p.m., it 1 '' I %  1 torium I N'E H37th Si The group 1ted with the National State I ouncil. Beth Shirah Will Expand ,rman. %  "• ed this week il educational is facility the N irserj K ard 1. : 'DepartThin' Advisory Council, headed by Dave Bendcll. ha., approved the plans, -r.d date for the groundbreaking will be announced next week. Temple Beth Shirah was founded July. Ml by Rabbi Morria A Skop and Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb in the Recw utruct kmisl ideol,i> The Temple is affiliated with the National Reconstruction^ Foundation, as well as the L'nited Synagogue of America, which directs the Southern Re gion of L'nited Synagogue Youth. active young people', organization. In three year-. Temple Beth Shirah habuilt itSanctuary and csal Hall, haa daily NurseryKindergarten under direction ol ; %  Jerry Schulman and a -taff ..I five teachers, a dailj Hebrew School 'i U boys and girls, many and 257 and girls igh conTh'meets Wednes >n Sunday with '-:. teacher of Amenran Jewish historj and a memculty in Dade County school 'ystem The Temple Teen A.. Gti meets S indays trom 7 to 9 p.m., at the Temple, under the di %  on of Leonard Bendell. 1 ti be •Le< lerenson Dave Sehaechter 1co chairman. BAGELS FOR BREAKFAST RADIO PROGRAM (The Jewish Show with the American Accent) "VOW MIOAM AST MJYE" FROM DUBROWS CAFETERIA Lincoln Road, Miami Beach YOI AH*: i\\ 111 11 TO r. Nat • A 1 mltt-i ... -. %  • %  • n... ....•!• • lln a • FELDMAN. Mill GOLD %  ..:.. I • COHEN. P* %  Hi Rlv. GERVAN. M Una \%. M LICHT. MlM i-,. _• %  • s. %  Ijr Klv-r-i ROSENBAUM. I ,1 .1 ,. • A VRUSHIN. II • -. %  .-. vi R 5CH*ARTZBERG %  K 1 '••' %  %  .. BRAUNSTEI\. V\ %  r... FISHER, v P'PP'S. • PODROG. 1 .. n ZARET'KV. • JAFNEL. • %  L'PPE. I I. ROSENBAUM 1; 1 O %  WEINBERG. : ZARET^V. BERNSTE N %  I %  • STuPcLL %  • SAVI TT. !•• 1 I .\ %  %  vVOLF. A1 'i."l • .' • Rlvei • • W II.M \ K I PEREZ. • I'HKX KI-:.->i. .1; Atlorni LEGAL NOTICE NOT ;E UNDER FICTIT O. NA • %  nidi -: ..|II | Klv< ld< PROSD. M< v .iJ., 74. II HI. h,h I l rmd 441i s i 'i .i .-,i i • tins iii-..n ti. %  s. i CIHVI land, i Rlvi r-l.lGOLDBERG. II • %  J ...••-• Mnrltx II. t-1. M1 h Rlv. r-i.l. SILBERMIN. S.'-ii.l. i.l -I .l.f%  • ...ii Ave. Rlv< SIPKIN. \irMK n II 74 • I 13 I 1'. ni>.-' l\ ini.i A \ • I::\. r••!. ', Rlv i -ill.-. STARK, .--..11111.1. 72, of :•! %  Euclid \\... died "ft. l: i ; % % %  don KATZ. Morrlx. ; Hoover 'ampb< II RD No i rxford, Pennj Ivaniu V< I AUK HKREHV I I Complaint for IHvon • %  • %  •• i „ nifii I'.-I. ii. '..ir.K.n. a I'omiilultit ror mvorti •• ATZ. Morris, 7". ••' :":•". E. Ti-.-n.--ril thiCumulalnt <"> tlH BURBANK. Ml ., DHHUMMI .--., i.i. in li,-l ; llni"lii u.' • %  %  %  'olllna A\. .-..,..,in Lou November l4, In default ol %  A Ji. Rlwi -i.l. GERSTEIN. i.. .. i.-. I,I ::in Dresel A\. Rlverolde. KALINER. .1., :. %  "". SE IJOth St, : • Iphla. (!ordi n KURTZ. Sam Ii 1. : %  -. i 915 s T.-r i'.' i LEGAL NOTICE the i'.'111111:11111 will be i %  (,--,,i by you. DATED HiiUlh %  > % %  • %  B H LRATHEHMAN. Clerk of Ih. Cln ull i r.ii.i. By: K M L-YSI \ N NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.TH K IS Mi RKHY i N THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUD'CIAl C.IRCU'T. IN AND Ihe un iiFOI! CADE COUNTY. FLORIDA Ill-ill,-..lil.l.T! 1 ,, r.. A ^.r ^.. 11-UllV'i! I 1." ^ ,V I'D 1 VI IN CHANCERY N >. -C KSI-;, %  .HI. <"E BV PL SL ; : ATION HEREBY iTIPinn thai ha • a • %  ; youi A n i II the I i in. ^.tinufi i :RRY'S REST I Lvenui itei mid I of the Circuit Couil of Da U 'l. \ M IE BI*\'KW i %  %  I n P Ki I Coral i labli -. I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME L NOTICE IS HER* l I %  • % %  ,,, I. bins ui Mini AH,,,_, 11 „,i,.,\i;.,„.,i ,i,.i!,ii. i„' i.,L':..1,1111 u Ml %  iof C M. A. C. ii MOI N Miami llni i ^.,,.,, Miami, Eloi • %  • %  "' ; .. '!' -" al Answei ofl Inter said MUNIwits %  • Clerk of tl f the Circuit Court of DiUM Ihe i iii .1 I. ty, I-' %  ,., ..,.,.II m fnil to do o ..i COIN MACHINE Al t t.1 TA.N< % %  %  • i.. L... .. 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October 18, 1964 +Jenl§fi Mcrfdfor Paqe 15-B LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL. NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE [r COUNT I DA t I .DCE'S COURT COUNTY, •. PROBATE %  I H VARON In • -.. ll % %  II i i:n> %  in n i' V. I II.. I \ I CREDITORS I All Persons %  rl v r i nnd remimid KI i IRES i'i:i;\ I.I.I.I Plaintiff, \ lliis • nil, illl.N AERO i: \ %  II la TIL! ... %  i ..!i 10 % %  .,, ,,; -E CIRCL COURT OF THE .I'D CIAL C RCUIT IN AND DADE COLNTY, FLORIDA. IN C-iNCERY No. 64C -0471 M 'I. AM), I'laiiilifl •; M s:. IIBER, A I IIERT ANTMii.W CERVELI.I, I ll fondant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: Al.IIKRT ANTHONY t'KHYEI.I.I • %  Hull, i Street W'.-ii.. %  • r>. Ixma '-' inl, N v Vou, ALBERT ANTHONY CERVELI.I, .ii %  • hi i • hj i ii. il Dim a Hill of Complain! for Bit has I. .,M filed avaiusi you, ami you ;*:> l'i iiutred i.i ser\ ropt of yo r \n| ~i\ II I.IPlcudlni; in the Hill nl t"i plalnl on lite I'lalntll fi nrney, WILLIAM .1 iiol.livon v. ii .-• u |!7 At • mi". Mill mi, Florida and i %  original '. • i Plea • I I til • I Hifh.uil Court on or hi 2mli ol Not ember, IWti I. If you full In %  '• j %  i.i•_• %  >'• in h.i default w ill I..taken %  I-.I in -i : "H ti-i ihi elli f demanded in the Kill I.I %  |ilu nl Thin nolle • shall he puhli.' hed "i urn week for four %  >n eul i• ivc.k.in Till: JEW ISM FI.OItlDI \\ DONE AM' iRDKRED ill .Miami. Florida, thin illh day ol October A.l>. 19U I, LKATHHRM \\. Clerk. -in ;. I little i 'ount) FI In II) K Al l-> MAX I i ml) i "lerk AM .1 •; %  iLBW'uKN %  i IV. 27 Ai. Miami, Fla. I'll ir.-i .... Altorne) i"i I'laintiff |il J3-3U Tl i Ilia! lui i: n Cllcuil C W 11. • NOTICE .1.1 AN M • led. hand: h known: .\I:KM'I' IBM Bald per* ii ..il pert TO APPEAR -CH.REIBER. Bchreiber, and her ill name being \l BU8CH and Bl .-'ill. his wife; ,.\ Ii\ lug, and if having or claim. Inti -' in anil In the reinafter described real estate, ng and being In Dade County, lorkja, nantel) nd to-wlt: Lot 12, Block i. FLORIDA CITY til tNuii, being .i part <>f the subglitiaion ol the North 3,1 of the >WU of the M-U of Section 26, I'ownbhlp SI South, Range :ii ^ -.I. according to plat filed Noumber 4. L'-'. recorded in Plat u.ok 22, page C:-. Public Records .; Dad* Count)', Florida; iheirs, devisees, grantees, suc'cssors, creditors, trustees, re. ivers, guardians, executors or tuminlstraton, or other olaimbota by, through and/or under (he ^ld defendants, AM) KAI tl of TOU ARK ELY notified that a Complaint et Title to the above described 1y has been filed against VOU v i ause, and .vou are required an answer to said oontplaint the Plaintiff attorney, J. |ll> UEBMAN, S3J North Krome Homestead, Florida, and file tiriginal answer In the office of L'le.'k of the C:r .it Court of Dade .. Florida, on or before Sith t). tober, 164. i:. B. I.KAIIIKKMAN, .. rk o( tin 'Ircull %  • %  nit .'. P. ••••I'KI.AM', I i. .ul i 'lerk i.\ I ID I.IKBMAN ) for Ptuiut • i ii Krome A • • line nd, i la '.' J'., I'I -'. '.'. 16 HE COUNTv JUDGE'S COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. I\ PROBATE No. -i34-C K-t.il. • .M \ I Rl'DNICK, Bi ,-aiwd NOTICE TO CREDITORS ..it.-. ml All Persons claims %  ntands Agumst tail : ,,. hereh) notified and re,i i ii claims ami de. H a \., may have agalnnt %  ate .,: IIH.N \.\ll.\ F. RL"1>. used lute of Bade Count) in iii.. County -i 11 %  i — %  HI y, and file the Bame in %  led In Section %  oridii -. in tlii-ii % %  11 %  Courtliouse In .. l'i la, within i-i\ months • mil thi tin %  • "i I. or the tl ,b.i u M .,i : I.I ill.i. this 2nd 11, tuber, A l •. 1964. I i. \\ i!:: Ki"l INK 'K \ I.I .; .mis i,i ; ilnII. i • e "ii ober, 1064, • SIBVKRMAN foi Vi iiiix Ii 11 :;;:. Florid in 'i. n;. NOTICE TO CREUITOrta THE COURT OF THE COUNTY |JUDGE IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. F-ORIDA: IN PROBATE iNO. 63,817-B RK KSTATK 'I 1AHAM U BKOP, l>e .-.i-.-,l AH Oredltors, l-egatees, Pisit-iainl Pi • Having Any ins or Demands Against Said iii : mi and each of you are hereby If i-d that you arc required by to present any claims and deds which you, or either of you, have against the estate of Abral•• sworn to [the claimant Ms agent, or his ley, and an* unch claim or deil not so filed shall bo void, MORRIS A BKOP executor of the Last Will and Testament of Abraham I>. Bkop, eased. IN It. ZALUA, Esq. Hox 941 PSJm >• % %  • h I'll. rida tot :i. y for I' ilu piii.li, Oct. 9 IN THE COUN T Y JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64533-B IN RE: Estate ol MORRIS l.irn IN B, ceased NOTiCE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* und All Persons Having Claims or Uetnantls Against Said Kstate: Yi'ii ar.hereby notified and renjuired t< present any claimand demands which you ma> have ugalnst the estate of Ah'Kills l.ll'i't>N deceased laic of Bade County, Florida, in the County Judges "i Bode County, and file the same in duplicate and iprovided in Section T.:::.I•;. Fiorina statutes. In their offices In the County Courthouse in Bade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the lime of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Bated at Miami. Fiorina, this Mb day of October, A.D. 1061. I.oCIS R. FOREMAN As Executor First publication "f this notice on the 10th day ot October. IM4, JOSH KKl'llCN Attorney for Bxeoutor 1370 WushiiiKion Av, .Miami Beach, Fla. in 16-33-30, 11 'i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 11018 SYLVIA Rl IBE41TS, I'lalntll I \ s. I.i:\\ IS Rl (BKII l"> I 'el, mlaiii NOTlCt BY PUBLICATION •|"i i LEW IS Rl 'I lERTS ,, i \ I;. %  I.I 121a AWHUI / %  UiiMikl) II, Ni Yu v., .II ... i) in.,u ii .1 i bill ii i i 'SI PI .MS i l'i ; A.N.M I..MI..N I i IF \, 1|U(| \' I I I -I I"', II bl'OUglll yu Ill "ii .ii • i • -i l'i d to serve a up) %  •! ion till i i i ii. i .• II tite plalnl II i ,: i nun i. I! .i ru, 6n l.lnci -ni II 'ad. Miami lieu %  ""' "" il i t. II., I am i\i i %  P euilliia In the ,,.,,., i : • %  III ''"in I r licton In I Hi da) "i Novemi„. |'.ml; ..iii, : ,* i-. the all„l |he -.. d i iniplulnt iii I"luken ,.~ c.mi .i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DMDE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHN'" r 'Y No. 64C 10015 [till 'X F \i{ >l u\ ..-. i.S OF .Iltl'.i i.\ KN'TI :RI RISES, INC. .! ii a SI'RINl : HILL IALMS, I • %  I Mall \ s. v i AI!:SLI:L I >, i • i II NOTICE OY PUBLICATION A .1, MKSI.KI: :.; Hals' %  Slreei I) a, Mi A v •• k Yol' ARE IIEIiEIIY uol •HI Vmemli .I III I ..;' i 'omplali i o. in rileil n.-l ...ii b> SI ItRl 'N l-'M.'M. BIVISIoN of SIRRON KNf Kit I "RISES, INC il h a SI'RINC llll I. FAR.MS, INT., A In i %  : said • ', i : 4|.|.| ienl ervii'es i. ni. red i" \ou ,nul your horse, "I I Ki: VT VYII I. %  You uri ,. -, ii ii. -. i .. ., i ..|i\ of )oui A a .. %  i ..i I 'li adln '<. he \ I'lided i %  'ompliilni "ii i ii,• %  Y' i r \'; i' \ I %  l 'llll.'.'l'i i .N. in .MAN. I7 I. ii. "In Road, Mian I Hotel r I %  • i file il rlKlnal Vn-wer or Pleading in the "iii."i the i "lerk "' the Circuit Cout t i liefu <• ilnntth I 'a) of i ictoln r. I "' i If you fail In do so, ul i., ; uli tvlh '.• %  taken nualiisl you I.I the Reliel den l.v you in the v m ailed Hill of i'"inpiulnt, HuNK AMI URBEREB H Miami. I 'a.!.i ". IIII ;" II Ida, this In ..l .. .:..,!.. I'HH. i-: it. I.I: \THERSI VN, Clei k "i Clrcuil loin i Bude County, Florida |:> J. \ CAVAN.MIH Hepul) Clerk :• %  :' %  in .'. '.'. 16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE Mo. 64102-C in RE; lists BTl'ART UoFF, Beceai i CREDITORS and All i I" Bemands Aguinsl NOTICE TO TO All H:i\ in". ''I ~ or Said I! You are b y notlfl .-il t,, present an. claim which > %  ". run hat i estate "i .; A l; r ceased late "f l ii le • v .I and i.-.r.iirau.l demands agiiinsl the floFF, deillil.-. l'li.iiila, to the Count) Judges ol Bude County, and file sume in duplh'ate .III.I us |i u lib i In Sei iIi n T;;. 16, Florida Slatim -. in theli offlci In ill-Count) Courthouse In Hade CounLEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10091 VRTHl'R AM. <, .IK.\.\ Al.l.i:v. — __>. I '.-', ii.I NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION Tl: JEAN A I-1 7;;I I Jintli Stn el Biiysldi ill '.' cells New Yol Vur ARK IIKREBY notified that n i %  omplalnl for i >i urce b bei n filed agalnsi > and ) ou ai • hen l IV. I-"|. I ill months fi in .. il bin time or ill. six •i .puhlicatii n I..bar i Bated al Mlum da) ol Septi mbi AI.I.I-.S i:. i Exi • Sli -: %  l-'irs! pi llll Itlon "I till III.1 .tli dS ol s.in.ml.. ri.AI'lii; XI II i RNES AI torne) for i ctitor 203 Culumei 1.1 ;. if ii ml.i tile first 111 Will lUlr unsH el '" the i ills utli u hose addlvsi Vllunii, Foi Id i. %  a the An ,..(.\ ..1 )niir i-mplalul mi UnPlaluUKSI'ER IUS1ERS, '•;'! S U I'll, SI and file thi nl in thi Hi" i. I "I A.I'. Mull IARTI-ETT, the 'I. II... .Mil "Ii. 1 !i i16th Sit. ..ll i:uu. '•. id •lerk llil i I'".I. ,i the Bli t • iii ii J dlclal I 'll .... 1 .,1 i li toll, r. i i if ulilcll ll d by plaint .H !• %  you. BATEB lb I.e.. IS64. iki n lib la) %  -f Si itelllrj. UEATIIKR.M VN rl. i k of i ae i 'ii eu i I'II B) i" I' t'l 'I'l'l. \M 11,]. it) C i ;• •_ % % %  18 tSeai) CIRCUIT COURT, 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DDE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 64C10270 FRANCES I V N NE i IENEST, Plain vs. ROBERT r.KM.y I.I' C.ENEST, I n-i.iiii. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION Yol IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE' 11TH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10014 SIRRON I'AL.M. HI VISION "' SIRRON ENTERPRISES. INC. d -I. II S'PRINl ; llll.I. I'AL.Ms, IXC. Plaintiff vs. MAX CRESTAI.I. Befendunt NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: .MAX CI:I;STAI.L Royal (leorge Hotel Edmonton. Alberto, Canada TOU Aiti: HEREBY notlfleil Hun an Amended Hill of Complaint lial.e. n filed against you by SIRRON I'Alt.M. IMVlsioN of B1RROS KN TERPRISES, INC., d/b/a Bl'RIXtl llll.I. FARMS, INC., whereby said Plaintiff seeks payment for services rendered to you and your horse, "GIRL AITKAI.." You are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Amended inn ol Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorneys, YOt-NU, CAI*OIULCl'O & 11YMAN. 4o7 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading lu the office "f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on i.r before the 86th Bay "i i k-tober, l*4. li you fall t" do s... jlldKUlellt by il, laiill will Inlilkell against you f"i the Relief demanded by you In the Amended Bill "i Complaint. BONE AND ORDERED ul Miami. Bade County, Florida, this 2Srd dt.> of Septembe 1*64. IS. II, LEATHERS! VN. Clei k ot 'iniiii i "ourt Hudi County, Florida Bj ; J. V CAA ANAl :i I I Si ul) I li put) Clerk ;i %  : %  in.i ', 1 ROHKRT HERALD I '...-! Office I'.i.s 11 IKN K8T, SMC A 'i la'cltOOl, Stl ^ anna li.pt. sa\.urn.i. Illinois aip ii"tiii. ii ;.. sei \ %  .i cop) of ansM '-i t" i 'i-..-... i %  on J.I.I lui mains! ) oil ..;i I'lainlil I s alt. %  iEOROE M'lii'l.AS. 613 N.W i u-.l. your filed i ney, 1 21 h Avi'., Miami, la., and I'll i jlnal with Clerk of this Court • %  before (k'tober -. I'.*'L otherwise complaint will be confessed by you. DATED September 17th, I9M. E. B. LEAATHERMAN. clerk liy: MARUUERITE MORFolUJ, D.C. /l3, 10-8, !i. 16 Tl i: I la) "i "' i. II I •. .1, : > ., i Hi • 6ll ..I,. U-. i i HLltM VN Cli i I |. V t'A\ VN.MJII i,, ,,, |i CIRCUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ND l-u C-.OE COUNTY, 1 LORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10832 HAROLD i tYIL.uA JEAN HEAVER, THE IITH D %  i. NOl.Ct tJ PUBLICATION wii.AIA JEAN HEAVER, ., MiAI C Hershberger. It, F I' No. 2 Kock i. Pennsylvania yol ARK HEKEBi MHII'll-l' thai a Bill "i Complaint for Divorce has been rili il against you, and you uri required t" file an Answer or i leading with the Clerk ol this Court, ami to Berve •• copy on the Plaintiff's Attorney, Ephmim Collins, Hi" J9th Btreel Causeway .Miami Beach, Florida S3141. or or fore Hit l"tn day ui November, or judgment eii against BONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this let duy of October, IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCtRY No. 64C 10333 in ill. Mntti Changing Nairn ItlCHARD DENNIS HELM*. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANCE OF NAME TO WHOM IT -MAY CONCERN: Ni >T|i 'I'. It %  !•} gB > ii that tin undersigned Pitltloner, RICHARD DENNIS l;i:il.' v hose reside: • ,i-,i Florida Bouli yard, l^adi Count). i'l,.i Ida. Inn nli" appl) t" Hie llmi... nlile Fl incls i 'hi isi i. -i Idge nl the lili '' for Dude Count) i rldu, al i. i itty< i A M "ii the Sltlh da) • %  I her, 1964, "i as soon I as hi nun he llea RICHARD DENNIS l'.|..l.l.ii. to RICH vRB FRED l ii J.I.I i I ,v111 iti In trill !,. I Bade Com Ida, i!n21 LU HAL!' DENNIS HI i 'el Al VRTIN > FORM VN. Attorne) i-.i' Petitioner U4.12 Bird Road .Miami, Florida 331'S ., -.--. in 5 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C10264 THE PROVIDENT INST1TCTION PoR SAV1NCS l\ JEKSI'.Y CITY, a banking corporation. Plaintiff, vs. JAMBS FREDERICK 11 F.l .s KI „ a sinitle man anil MliLI.lK J. IlKl.Si:!.. a single woman. Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MELLIE J. HELSEL A BIngle Woman 006 Church Street Suinter. South Carolina TOU ALL' HKLE1SY thut a suit t" fi.iech.se mortgage against real and personal property has been filed BgUinSt ) "II ill tile above Court by the Plaintiff, THE PROVIDENT INBTITI'TION FOR SAVINGS IN JERSEY CITT. The prupert) sought to be foreclosed is as follows: Lot I In III Of FIRST AUDITION To \\ I'STH'oi >|i I.AK'i:. nccordiiiR to tne Plat there if, recorded in PI u Book %  '.. % %  < Page m ,,f ti„. pi .;„ %  Records ol I 'ade County. Fliw i la TOP ALL i:i.i.'i"ILi:i i serve a c.i, \ ,.i i (CT III "ii" i l'i' ndhig on Pla Attoi ne). MAL%  a H..M 11 Fl! 'MAN, I s. II It) Trust Build 119 Easl I sir, ,i i Ills i I 'il. the ,, Iglnul In tl "i il"C*li rk ol the nbovi '' %  on "i hi fi 26th da) of %  '"I" i i'"'L i" di '" uli of which the Complain) >• as confessed %  %  nsl you foi the relit r requesti I P aintlfl s Co und i''c .ni IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCU'T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY Nl 61C0309 ESTHER MARIA ZATARA1X LAUI i.M VS1NI '. I'llllntiff, \'S. ROBERTO .11" \ X LAflOSIASINO FERNANBKZ I tNBO, 1 lefendant. NOT.CE SY PUBLICATION ROBERTO .TAN LAiio.MAKINO FERNANDEZ PAN DO Flanhoyanes No, 183 11\.i,. Park I:.,, Pledrns, Puerto Rleo yOU AUK HEREBY notified that a Complaint for Divorce hut <• %  %  a filed against you, and you are hereby required t" serve a copy of your answer i" the Complaint mi the Plaintiffs attorney, LESTER RtKlERS, Whose addr.-s.is :•-! N.W. Illh Street, Miami, Forldu, and file the original nl the Answer in the office of the clerk of tinEleventh Judicial Circuit in and for Bade County, Florida, i, nor before the 27th day of October, 19H4. in default Of which the Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Bated this ISth day or September, 1964. E. B. LEATHERS!AN Clerk of the Circuit Court By: C. P. COPKfAND Deputy Clerk /t5. B>--. 0 [< I lATFD lit i. I9G4 i: Clerk -.i %  ;th day nl St i'ii"IIn. LEATHERSIAN, li li Court of Florida HELEN KESS1.ER Dep i I.. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY U1VEN thai the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under tinfictitious name of CHANCES "R" at 4M0 Wgsl Flaitler Street, .Miami, Florida intends to regby'default iil be tak\o'u for the relief dei;nii. latei said name with the Clerk of wi 1864. I, Hi, -u ,\.1>. 1964. E. B. LRATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Bade County. Florida B) K. M I.Y.MAN. Deputv Clerk 10/9, 16, :•::. 30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of EL LATIN" ai 203 N.E, First Street, Miami, Fla., Intends i" register said a,mi.with tliClerk of the Circuit Court "i Dade C its, Flm Ida. MANUEL FERRi ,.|--|.| ||. ., i.s Amfor u> .... -.. ml in 16-23-30, 11 ii Circuit Court of I'ade Count). Florida N K 6, INC. .. Sole I'tiller FAIL KWIT.NF.Y OF s 11. v E I: ST KIN. KW1X N E 1 & HOC I 'iss Attorney for Anfilicant 4L'U Lincoln Road, .Miami Bench, Fla. /'.':., 10/t, 9, 16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that th. undersigned, deslriiuj to engage in business under the fictitious name of AI.'S COZY CORNER at Mi N.E. Mill Street, Miami. Florida, intends to register said lame with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "i Dadi Florida. AARON I PERI \H'I" S 1. • 'i\ lie'.Ooldman, flolusiem s i 'ni tier \tt..i ne) s for Regl %  ml \\. i .Miami. Florida 10 %  IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY No. 64CUMOT THE \\"IL --"il S \\ INGS HANK Plali VI i-ilIN PHILLIP SHERIDAN ELIZABETH F SHERIDAN, liL wife, I., enitu ui. NOTICE OF SUIT TO JOHN PHILLIP SHERIDAN and ELIZABETH F. SHERIDAN, his wife, 634 E Street IviaUiiu.i. Jallfornls Y.HI are hereby notified that the above cni'ti.'iicd action liaib.-.-n insituted against you in the Circuit Court of the liih Judicial circuit of Florida ill and for I 'ade County to foreclose a mortgage upon the following describe.I real property: Lot It Block 80 First Addition to Carol cit), according to the Flat therein, recorded in Flat Rpok 60 at Page 19 of the I'ublic Records of Ikide County, Florida, You are required to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a COP) Ihe.iuf upon plaintiff's attorne), MARTIN FINK. 14th Floor, Hade Federal Building, Miami 12, Florida, not later than October -7. 1964. or a Decree Pro ConfaMo will be entered against you. E B LEATHERMAN, I lATEl %  Si pi ember -"-. 196 I Cl.-rk of the Circuit Curt B) c P COPEI AND, it) Clerk M;T;\ I Ait'u in y fu Pla miff i'. d. mi Bldg. Ulanil ;i. _.., in !'. u IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C102B4 NOTIFIED BISCAYNE CENTRAL MORTGAGE COMPANY, a Florida Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. ERNEST ELDRED HEATHCOCK and I MO( JEN E HEATHCOCK, his wife, et al.. Defendants, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T". Ernest Eldred Heathooek and Imogene Heathcock, his wife, not known to be dead "i alive. and if dead, the unkiiott n si si hell >. devl • s, grauti es, n lui lienors, creditors, trustees, or ..ill,, clalmnnts by thruuah under "I" a • % %  a nsl. said El 111 -i I tired Heal licock and lini i 11,. ihi nek. Ills v> Ife, ••' eltl 0( llo III, and all purtii ha or claliulnH t" have an) rl title "i in'• resl il thi pro] desci lied herein Al %  n di ni •• Is unknow n. You are her l>) nol Ified thai has been I isl you In the above ii Coun b) the abo\e named Plaintiff to fon lose a mi gage "ii Hofi :| '" %  "di -.-rib, i propel l) Lot : %  bli I LAKEWi ESTATI ~ theri nf, r li d li P ai Iks h %  page SI, of the Ptiblii Reooi .1ol 1 lade Coun Flu In with thi ovi intiilned tin and vn ui %  i the abovi ni-ni. d • i" 1 %  ., ,,. ., cop) Hi. I • %  • RI i • \ VTHANSI IN, 16* I N.I • %  me) ,i day of i tobi |\ 1964, otherwls I ml lined : I •' will be luki II ..confi 'I '% %  > Pnii d at Mian I Florida tliis IMll da) "I 1961. i: I'.. Li ATHERMAN Clerk "i" the Clrouli Court By: C P. COPELAND Deput) Clerk : %  •_'".. |f-2, !>. 1'i ado 16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64123 in RE: Estate i I WILLIAM KALI.IN. p.-, ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T" All Creditors and All Persons Hating Claims or Demands A-ainst Said Estate; You arc hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of WILLIAM KALI.IN. d. oeased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Count) Judges of Bade County, and file the same in their offji • In the Count) Courthouse In Dade Cottnty, Florida, within six calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, ur thi sai %  "ill be barred. PEARL KVRLIN CAIDEN & ROTHENBERG Hj BARRET i" Al RO'I HENBERG \%  :ai Bisi n Miami, l %  a .. '. '-. 9. 16



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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 16, 1964

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Vot
ime 3T Number 42
Miami, Florida, Friday. October 16, 1964
Two Sections Price 20e
zons of Malcolm X Growing Wider These Days
ROBERT E. SEGAL
since the distinguished
-cholar. Dr. C. Eric Lin-
poll .ve us the benefits of his
King study, "The Black
in America," we have
I reason to watch with
rlisq \e the course of polarized
i tionalism in the United
tin- civil rights testing
The recent split in the move-1
ment provided a breather. But
there remain plenty of muddy
waters for America's two top,
Black Muslim leaders to poke
around in. Elijah Muhammad,
now 07. who got the call in De-
troit 34 yean ago to pull Amer-
ican Negroes out of one of the
rivulets of Christianity and try
l,i deposit them in the mainstream
i si Mohammedism, seems destin-
ed to take a back seat now. Com-
ing up fast and strong is his form
er disciple, Malcolm X mili-
tant, bright, formidable in de-
bale, and possessed of leadership
qualities not easily dismissed.
Some my think of Malcolm X
only as an ephemeral actor,
with few lines to speak, in the
present drama. Malcolm X?
Oh, yes, the Black Muslim who
was gagged by Elijah Muham-
mad after describing President
Kennedy's assassination as a
"case of chickens coming home
to roost." At that tragic hour,
Malcolm X said that Jack Ken-
nedy, without realizing it, had
created a climate of hate. Later
on, of course, Malcolm X said
he had be?n misunderstood.
Bui so powerful is bis contempt
for white men. so bitter is he over
a life embracing a seven-year sen-
tence after conviction for larceny,
I that we had better learn to expect
1 .11 sorts of flip-flops in his pub
lie pronouncements. As a Muslim,
he held contempt for Christianity:
once free of the burden of the
| Islamic faith, he sought out
Christian Negroes, olive branch
Contlnued on Page 7-A
German Study Cites
Rise in Hate Writing;
Rockwell Unwelcome
and 88 other neo-Nazi organiza-
tion!;,
i Lincoln Kockweu s el- .
,..,,- ... J Four Of the 123 groups claim
"" a. '00 huW '" X 17.800 members. The rest, 7.000,
have tailed, according to ^ ^.^ j|)t0 m(||.e ,han ,,.
By Special Report
i Lincoln Rockwell's
icaching the World Jew-
splinter groups.
i-'i i eress in New York from
died
and at-
tempts to consolidate organiza-
man Minister of the In- Qns mergers have Deen Un-
Herman Hoecherl. I successful,
I: ikwell'S attempt, it seems, while membership in rightist
a time of diminishing i gpoyp, nas sharply dropped in the
slrei among German rightist ,us, 1(,n years, the German sur-
and N.i/i groups which. thejV(.v notes a considerable increase
Ministei of Interior reports, arc m' pro-Nazi, anti-Jewish publica
I so itered and mutually luis- ,,(.ns T|lc tatai circulation of neo-
tile' .t their political argu- Nazi papers rose by 1G per cent
menu go around in circles and
Ihej cannot win over large seg-
: the population."
Nazi Killing Jews
'Sacred Mission/
Lawyer Declares
GEORGE UNCQIH ROCKWELL
>;ffort fails
DUESSELDORF (JTA)
Eieven former ss officers and
guards of the Treblinka concentra-
tion camp, the second largest
Nazi death camp, went on trial
here Monday on charges of tor-
turing and massacreing 7(M).oiK)
lews 22 years ago.
Setback at Vatican For
Strong Stand on Jews
"i ion k- k k-iH IPUOHC IS aiminisillliii. vii me uiu-i
port, In 1962 th.s number Ma 1(, ^ lh(M.t, a,.(. signs ivansfiMTeil to a mixed commission
dw,-, ed to *{**" that such propaganda makes some ,. ^vcc eral and ',,, composed of members of the Sec
mor-, ago th.s f.gur had de- ^ ^^ U(llk,.s com. BlC be ^^ .^..^ :,n ()1 Iho 0)I1IU,, s theo-
created by a further 3,000. As r.r-rmanv Horn other coun- 'V. ,:. ..........i....... mm-rt-ri Inoieal commission in which the
Tt- vears ago there were 78,
000 Sermant organized in right
ist s-ianizations, Hoecherl re
port! In 1962, this number had
in the past year to about 223.000
copies per issue. De>pite this,
[he German Minister oi Interior;
claims thai expert observers be-
lieve that the influence ol right-
i | propaganda on the general
public is diminishing. On the oth-,
it ii these 24,600 supporters of
the radical right are spread thin
amongst at least 123 organiza-
t.o- '4 parties, 21 youth groups
trie
The
vaiive eicmems m <"^ ......... -............. ,
Catholic hierarchj was expected logical commission in which tne
er, to result in a complete re- conserative wing is strongly rep-
neo-Nazi publications ex- draftmg the proposed declara- resented.
Continued on Page 8-A
wir;:our s'swriawr implications
Arabs Score Propaganda
Victory at Cairo Confab
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
anti-Israel resolution adopted last
weekend at the conference of the
BO-eaOed non-aligned nations in
Cairo was seen here as an Arab
propag;nda victory but without
significant political implications, i
At the conference. President
Nasser of Egypt, heading the 13
nation Arab bloc, won a strong en-
dorser lent for the "full restora-
tion of all rights of the Arab peo-
ple of Palestine to their home-
land" and a declaration of sup-
port their "struggle for libera-
tion :r-.m colonialism and rac-
ism." Nasser failed, however, to
get a -affirmation of the United
Nations resolution providing for
the compensation of the Palestine
refugees or their repatriation
The Arab states interpret that'
resolutl =n as giving the refugees
the choice of returning or taking
compensation.
An Israel Foreign Ministry
spokesman pointed out today
that at least 11 nations at the
conference had resisted the anti-
Israel moves. Most of the na-
tions which were willing to con-
demn Israel, he noted, had done
so also at past conferences with
the exception of President Ma-
karios of Cyprus who has now
Continued on Page 3-A
tion on Church relations with the
jews now being considered by the
Vatican Ecumenical Council. Some
observers expressed concern that
ti.e determined efforts of the lib
oral forces, as represented by the
American prelates, in obtaining a
declaration completely repudiating
the age-old charge ol deicide
against the Jewish people, past
and present, and condemning anti-
THe declaration itself, accord-
ing to unofficial sources, will no
Icnner be considered as a sep-
arata document associated with
the schema on ecumenism, but
will be incorporated into Chap-
ter III of the schema, "Of the
Church," (De Eccesia). When
the Jewish declaration was first
introduced in the second session
of the Council, it was part of
Among the 85 prosecution wil
nesses to testify at the trial will
lie a number of (he handful Ol
survivors ol the daring breakout
from Treblinka in 1943 which was
led by a former captain of the
Polish army. Most of those who
(i< d were later rounded up by the
Germans and massacred, but a
few escaped, joined the under-
ground and survived the war.
The chief accused in the trial
is SS officer Kurt Franz, known
at "Lalka," who was head of the
camp's SS guards and served as
direct representative of Hitler's
extermination units. The 11
accused are charged with hav-
ing been in complete control of
Treblinka from 1942 to 1943. Af-
, ter the prisoner's breakout, the
Germans destroyed the camp
and threw up a farm on the site
to camouflage it.
All 11 accused have been livinu
in WesI Germany since the end
Continued on Page 5-A
ana preseiu. 'I"" ." ----- 0f tne council, ir w h"" -
Semitism, would be offset by the, tf>e schema on ecumenism, as
increased strength of the conser-
vative wing, buttressed by strong
pressure from the Arab states.
According to reports in Vatican
circles today, redrafting of the de-
claration, until now in the hands
of the Secretariat for the Promo-
tion of Christian Unity headed by
Augustin Cardinal Bea. will be
was the declaration on religious
liberty. When the Council failed
to act on the declaration in the
second session, the decision was
made to issue it as a separate
document attached to the schema
Between the second and present
Continued on Page 16-A
SHIFT TOWARD EDUCATIONAL WEEDS
New Dimensions in UJA s Activities
By FRED SILVER
A vital new dimension will be
added to the United Jewish Ap-
peal's historic task of aiding Is-
rael's immigrants, with the initiat-
ing of the Israel Education Fund
on Friday at,the Biltmore Hotel in
New York.
A five year plan to aid second-
ary education in Israel will be
presented to an attendance of Jew-
ish leaders from all over the Unit-
ed States. Principal speakers will
be the Deputy Prime Minister Ab-
ba Eban and U.S. Commissioner of
Kducation Francis Keppel.
No country in the civilized
world has ever opened its heart
and its doors to so many Immi-
grants from so many lands and
cultures as has the State of Is-
rael. But this very aspect of the
greatest ingathering in history has
produced a distressing by-product
which is growing more critical
with every passing clay.
It is the widening gap between
cultures of the western and Afro-
Asian immigrants, a gap that
poses a serious threat to Israel's
future.
The extreme gravity of the sit
Continued on Page 9-A
Adlai, Daroffs
Get AJCong.
Wise Awards
By Special Report
NEW YORK Adlai E. Steven
son. U.S. Ambassador to the
United Nations, and the Daroft
brothers of PhiladelphiaJoseph
A., Samuel H. and Michael, bus-
iness leaders and philanthropists-
hove been named winners of the
1964 Stephen S. Wisse Awards of
the American Jewish Congress.
The awards will be presented
Sunday. Oct. 25, at a dinner in
the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
Dr. Joachim Prim, of Newark,
N.J., president of the American
Jewish Congress, will make the
presentations. Shad Polier,
, chairman of the Governing Coun-
cil of the American Jewish
Congress, is serving as dinner
chairman. The awards, engrav-
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At a recept;on by A. J. Molnsky for members of the Host Com-
mittee for the Temple Emanu-El Dinner of Tiibute in honor of
fudge Irving Cypen. From left are Molasky, dinner chair-
man, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lipton. Mr. Lipion is pres-
dent of the Temple. The tribute is scheduled for Oct. 24 at
he Diplomat Hotel.
A. J. Mclasky to Chair Emanu-El
Dinner in Honor of Judge Cypen
ALMONCI AT BETH SHOLQM
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FllDMAN TO BE HONORED PACE 12A
TEMPLE MENORAH SCORES SUCCESS SEE SEC. B
A. .1. Molasky. widely-known
Temple Emanu-El and commun-
y leader, has been named chair-
i tan of the Temple-Israel Dinner
' f State, it was announced by Dr.
Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader
i the Temple, and Joseph M. Lip-
ion, president.
The dinner will take place Sat-
vrday evening. Oct. 24. at the
Diplomat Hotel. Judge Irving
| INVEST IN ISRAEL BONDS
AND THEY WILL PAY YOU
BACK IN INTEREST AND
HUMAN FULFILMENT.
Moyshie friedberg
>Cypen, noted jurist and commun-
ity leader, has been named the
tn st Miamian to receive the Her-
bert II. Lehman Award at the din-
ner. Judge Cypen will be only
the second American tj receive
this Award.
Commentin.-j on plans for the
dinner. Chairman Molasky point-
ed out that Temple Emanu-el-
Israel Dinner of State "is a tradi-
tion which draws the attention
of synagogues throughout the
country." In an effort to make
the dinner an outstanding oc-
ca,:on, the committee headed by
Chairman Molasky has selected
a Committee of Hosts compris-
ed of leaders of the Temple.
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Jewish Home for (he Aged low the business agenda conduct-
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will hold its next regular meeting president.
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Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sholom will hold its first social
Bvent of the season for members in the form of a dinner dance
ttn Saturday evening, Nov. 7, in the Temple Auditorium, ac-
cording to an announcement by Jack Shapiro, Brotherhood
president. In charge of reservations are Mr. end Mrs. Harvey
Committee planning the function met at the he me of Mr. and
Mis. Harold Granoff on Oct. 5. Seated are (left to right) Mrs.
noff, Mrs. James Knopke, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Bernard
jpector. Standing are (left to right) Dr. Santo: d Lev.ne, James
e, Philip Postelnek, and Mr. Granoff.
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lhanged his position as a result
if Nasser's aid and Israel's neu-
trality in the Cyprus dispute.
He noted, on the other hand,
hat Ceylon and Nigeria were
mor.g those resisting the resolu-
on thus indicating a change in
eir position.
lit was felt here that the resolu-
on will not affect Israel's good
[lations with many non-aligned
Btions in Africa and Asia and
hat it would not cause a change
Israel's expanding relations in
frica and Asia nor in the lineup
the United Nations regarding
sues involving Israel.
The fact that the conference
was held in euro and dominated
by Egyptian officials, coupled
with the participation this time
i of 13 Aral) states which viewed
an anti-Israel resolution as the
major aim of the meeting was
>een as the determining factor be-
hind the Arab success. The
spokesman also stressed that the
conference's secretary-general had
announced that the resolutions
adopted were not binding on the
participants and that some of the
delegations expressed reserva
tions.
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in behalf of the advancement of the Churrh
wherever the chips may fall.
That the chips are not now falling where
we would prefer them to was almost predict-
c i L.*. V'eW ,aken bY ,he severed Rabbi
Solovmichik several weeks ago thus emerges
as the most sensible and self-respecting of all.
we are Jews unto ourselves, and it u for us
to judge our worth and to live according to the
higheit and most divine merits of Judaism.
Whatever others may say of us. suffer though
we may for it. and though we have in the past
ahen views should be none of our business'
either.
It is Judaism that counts. Judaism and its
practice without regard to assessments by
others. We would, of course, welcome a cor-
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forthcoming, how can this possibly change the
reality or the validity of our faith?
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tne non-a.igned nauons conference in Cairo
was do) its absurd conclusions, which not even
fcgypt. the strongest of the Arab countries is
prepared today to put into effect.
The most significant thing is that the par-
ticipants are members of the Uruted Nations
wnose fundamental principle ievolves around
respect for the integrity and existence of every
member nation.
., NotwiUistanding. the conference demand-
ed ull restoration of all rights of the Arab
people of Palestine to their homeland" and a
declaration of support for their "struggle for
liberation from colonialism and racism."
In effect, this means war against Israel
.^ !ar T,!!f^ed ^ member' ^e were
their United Nations principles in Cairo'
Israeli observers are. however, correct in
assessing the conference as little more than a
propagandists victory. For apart from the
question of Arab inability to deliver on their
own resolutions lies a far more fundamental
reality: the increasing friendships Israel has
teen making in Africa with the newly-emera-
ing naUons. H
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power struggle.
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The Surrounding Movements Make for the Danger
I know, as doi Mr
: Senator is being
acy Council, the Ku Klux Klan
and many others of their ilk.
.reason for tlie unprecedented re-
fusal of lifelong-Republican news
papers to embrace Goldwater.
I R, The Jewish Floridian:
the fad that Leon .!.
j friend that 1 am not a every anu-senm.c. rascuuc ami, His election would be hailed with
and that I have | extreme rightist organization in delight by people like Gerald k '
Smith, George Lincoln Rockwell,
Gen Walker and others who have
Ell. that the
supported by
anti-Semitic, Fascistic am!
;i Florida, a
[ore written to a news this country
; am nevertheless impelled
.n ansu er to Mr. Ell s let
j hi published in the issue
. Oct. 2.
,>f no one who has ac-
> ;i. Gi Idv ater ol being an
ite or a Fascist. I do
They have mnHe contributions
in money and in campaign ef-
forts to e'ect him President of
the United States. His election
as Presirtsnt would be a victory
for the Birchites, the American
Nazi Parly, the White Suprem-
got e around the countrj with their
anti-Semitic and Fax.sin- appeals.
I wonder if Mr Ell realizes why
high-minded Republicans, some of
them candidates for public office.
have refused to support Sen. Gold-
water. I wonder ii he knows the
Thurmond's reason for leaving the
Democratic Party and enrolling in
the Goldwater camp, i.e.. "The
Democratic Partj has become the
champion ol the minoril es
men who are supporting Gold-
water Mr. Ell has a perfect right
to embrace the political philosophy
which Sen. Goldwater espouses, but
I question his right to set up a
strawman to knock down, it is
my beliel that a majority of Amer-
icans do no. agree with Gold-
water's philosophy and despise
some of bis political cronies and
supporters
COL. J. M. ARVEY
Chicago, III.
Nazi's Killing of Jews Called 'Sacred Mission'
Continued from Page 1-A
.ir West German author
an still searching for the tor-
camp commander, SS Maj.
i Etangl, who disappeared
the war and is believed to
South America. The trial
expected to last six weeks.
years of
activities
squads.
hard labor, for their
in Nazi extermination
attorney from the
cutor said today that SS .Major
.Martin Fellenz had been re-in-
dicted on charges of having caus-
ed the murder of 7.300 Jews in the
prosecutor s office Krakow. Poland, ghetto in 1942.
,1.....n~e attorneys both filed Fellenz had been convicted of this
Is this weekend against the charge in I9f>2 but the Federal
nee of 15 years at hard labor High Court ordered a retrial.
d against S.S. General Karl The argument by a defense at-
following his conviction lor torney in the Hannover trial of
ity in the wartime murder five men accused of war crimes.
K),o00 Jews in Poland. The Ihat they could not be punished
-ecution asked the Federal for murder because they had
- I ourl to increase the sen- merely obeyed Adolf Hitler and
ee to life imprisonment while Hitler had been above the law
defense sought Wolff's free- and therefore without guilt in the
-laughter of millions of .lews con-
tinued lo provoke an angry re-
sponse, including demands for ex-
clusion of the
bar.
The lawyer, Gerd Heincke, rep-
resenting one ol the quintet accus-
At Flemsburg, the public prose- p(| of 1);n.lu.jp;ltm(, in thc mas.
sacre of 7.000 Jews in Vlodowa,
told the court that Hitler had be-
lieved he was fulfilling a "sacred
The Karlsruhe court rejected
appeals of two other SS officers,
Guenther Fuchs, who received
a life sentence, and Otto Brad-
fiscr,, who was sentenced to 13
mission" in the destruction of
European Jewry and that those
who carried out his orders were
not guilty ol murder. A states-
man who kills other people be-
cause he believes they are destroy-
ing his own people does not act
from malicious motives, he ar-
gued.
Justice Ministry officials in
lower Saxony said that the sys-
tematic annihilation of racial
and national groups by the Nazis
was murder, as ruled by many
West German courts, and that
those who took part in them
could be tried for complicity in
such killings.
The official press service of the
Social Democratic Party demand-
ed an investigation of the attorn-
ey by the West German Bar Asso-
, elation. Heinz Galinski. head of
I the West Berlin's Jewish commun-
James Tedeschi. professor of psy-. jty denounced 'this outspoken de
chology. University of Miami, for|fense of murder" and said if West
the Miami Beach Forum on Satur- German leaders remained silent,
day, 8 p.m. "they should not be surprised at
Held in the auditorium of what happens in the future."
the Washington Federal, 1235
Washington Ave.. a question and
answer period followed.
Dr. Morris Schor is uirector ot
the forum.
If Goldwater were elected
President, would he look to these
people who are giving him such
loyal and fanatic support for
counsel and advice? Would they
find places in his administra-
tion? the Chief Executive of our
nation has lo be the leader of a
team.
I doubt thai Mr. Ell would want
io be teammalcs with some of the
Cedars Names
Dep't. Heads
Harry L. Lewis, president of
Cedars Ol Lebanon Hospital, this
week announced the appointment
ol new department head-.
Dr. Morris Blau was named
chief ol staff. Dr. Ralph S. Sap-1
penfield is vice president, and
Dr. Leonard N, Brodsky is Becre
tnry-treasurer.
Dr. Rufus Broadway is the chief j
it surgery; Dr. Wayne S. Rogers.
head ol Obstretrics and Gyneeol-
. and I)!-. Maurice Rich, chief
, nf the Department of Medicine.
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Fridqy- October 16,
Ruses
Of Death
by MAX LEPNER
with thi U appt !.' e
detective conceit nd fid treat
pawned, then there
to do to pin aro .r.'i in their iill 1oi I
intll the end ol time It memorable end in iti
i ., mot ..;; dot umenl In il the
'nt i,\ our time lm<) the kind oi chronicle thai
i oi high teel n \*hu-h the ten e ol
i ',<< n q ueezed oul
President Jo n on prudenl lore instil in appointing the kind
'I with the Chiel Justice al IU bead nov ampl>
Ml the precision ol modern technology bavi
: pha t '! the ;,. ode bul beyond technolog)
n menl and i idon M i not onl;
jt and li Ihe n i i ol testimony ;irvi exhibit
ne. The i I, thi poll ci '' nki i thi Iheoi
the dramati and noveli the poel tin
i>f | keep i back 1

*
De^pi'e the Commission's findings, that it was neither a Left
lol Fti '.'... thai ivald acteo1 a a lonei in kill
I'.' /nt Kenm Ij and thai Rub} acted a ;> lonei in killing Os
Ihe plot theom vill dii hai d 1 he gh I ill still stalk thi
d i rhomai Buchanan Joachim Joeston and M
am to nami thi Ihree commanders ol the con piracj Iheorj b
I continue to remain unconvinced becau i thej are un< >n
inccable Tl llnue to have followers il onl) bccau.se ol
human view thai nothing o dark and tini tei the
enncly killing cou'd have been dom pxcepl nki d oi
ai I ii i in pin
1/ may be argued quite rea onablj "f co il there
piobabilit) about the whole action Too many thing]
>' to fil in nith loo man.) things- wild chance interlocking with wild
nti before an embittered brooding young man, hi- self-inn
b Ii menu around him, could conceive and earn oul
private plan to kill the President and before another confused
in pi the elf assumed role ol bole people, could
i : iller
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Yt it m.iy be exactly this grand chain of little linked events,
hi hav turned oul diflerentlj ed the
hole linkage -nd jell Kenned) live, which gives a stamp ol the au-
ii'- to the hole thing.
'i1"- nal stor) it crammed with lethal "ifs":
f) ard bad noj been allowed to return Irom Russia; il in- had m
one to Hubs ai he wished; il he had nol suffered a wound
bull to male e d from his wife before the killing; ii the bubble-
in the President's car had been up; il Secret Service nun had
In him; it the sixth lloor had nol been deserted by
' except 0 Id then death would not have been the victor.
artbreaking its" oi the case march through the page! of
porl in melaneholy file.
V'i il Hegel who spoke of "the ruses of history." Like
'.iv Death has its ruses loo. True, in order to reach i glittering
ii el liki Kennedy and humble him, Death had to manage a num-
01 Ol unlikel) linked even-: against Ughly adverse probabilities.
' "' "'', i ,1" II :i- the skull was ripped open by one of the bul-
the blood tpill out, the brain was stilled
* *
The Report pulls no punches on how badly the President was
protected against the procession ol improbable "ifs." 'Ihe Secret
service itself comes out pretty bedraggled from the inquiry and the
r Bl even worse. This isn't a question of any plot, but of a loose per-
lancc of a Job, of routining, of the failure to coordinate the
nanj diverse Darts of the operation of guarding the President of the
On one score-.J |,.|( that Ihe Rdporl let us down: in Its treatment
lie 'Kighl Wing climate" in Dallas and in the South generallv
' ue thai logically (he atmosphere in Dallas was not connected
in. Oswald b act which was not the act of a High! winger. But psy-
rhologicall) thi climate of extremist violence, whether political or
>i political, as very ,m,ch connected with it. The black-bordered
anti-Kcnncd) advertisement in the Dallas paper, the "Wanted for
1 ";-"' handbills, .he sehemings and maneuvering* to get national
ublicit) to, this or that crummy outfit: all of it was there as part of
' -lHn.de .'he Report ha lifted I stone and the thing- crawling
ii r it arc nol preltj to see
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binocular, used in a free visual screeninq proaram for
lr n in West Miami. The project will be held at B::
S275 Bird Rd.. on Saturday and is sponsored jc
West Dcde Jcycees and the Dcde County Optorr.e:.-
ation. Shown with Debra are 'left to right Dick H
Dr. Leonard Cherdack, Al Buiger, Jaycee president, a:.
ard Cutler. Children must be accompanied by :
Cherdack said.
c tele-
school
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Paul Sidne; rer slbert
Jacobs. Jay B n Fank Ti bach |
\ Gi ---man. treas- I seph Klein, i
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need a
Medicare Tax
O
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Health care
is now available
for "over 65's"
who cannot afford to pay
If you are over 63, fac-
ing medical expense and
can't pay for it... it's
yours for the asking, al-
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law. The Kerr-Mills Act
offers a Health Opportu-
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derly with the federal
and state governments
sharing the cost.
In most states this
care is far, far greater
than that offered by
Medicare proposals .
and no additional tax is
necessary!
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and without funds for
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kiday. October 16, 1964
*Jenist) ftcridian
Page 7-A
Malcolm X Eyes Growing Horizons
Continued from Page 1-A
ern Christian Leadership Confer- of reacting in kind and in bitter-
ence, and
CORE.
James Farmer of
fancied. Alongside Elijah Mil-
Cmmad, he spoke contemptuous-
: of white devils;-' making a Ht ha$ made ,nd reiterated
jjgriniage to Mecca in May, he nis poin) th,t their dedication
rote approvingly from Saudi to a philosophy and course of
fahia of new friends made non-violent opposition in the
ere, "whose skin is the whitest, $pjrit of cj.ndhi is too "chicken"
whltt, whose. Wi the Wuwt of for him. More and more, he h.s
ue and hair the blondest of the i0ugM oot ,nd apoe.rs to have | from ,nc ..mixi.d wor| (Hid. been sought out by Negro mili-
ne.-s at one far end of the Amer-
ican spectrum against the ex-
tremism of the Ku Klux Klan at
the other end. Georgia Klansmen
have talked lately of setting up a
Caucasian enclave of Klanbualt
houses with Klan-provided sch:ls
and churches, completely insulat-
tants like Gloria Richardson of
out. Malcolm X has talked the
same kind of language, but in an-
Back in March, Malcolm X said
L uould form a Black Nationalist c.mbrid3e. Md Rev. fO" : other part of the American forest,
fcrly or a Black Nationalist ; G.l.mison of Brooklyn, Stan- ,,olh ,amps are wronK, but as
,my in June. Maybe he did and, ,ey Br.neh of chester# p.. M bj(tcrness am| discrimina.
*S of "such'' de^'opment! Malcolm X welcomes the emer-i- ad a denial of fundamental
limes as newspaper reports olUence of ruch new militant M-gro! "*h f- b",h ""? "'" at"
linor scuffles and chases. j groups as RAM (the Revolutionary I,lacl leduers-
But he spoke also of a great j Action Movement). Here is the
|i,h for Negro rights in August, seedbed of black nationalism in
Ind in this regard, behold what
\a< happened in New York.
He does not bother so much
i, to downgrade the long-1
j ._..i Zj-.i_.hi.. n Unless there is an early and
indent and truly admirable con- J
Corary Negro leaders Roy f the "?
(S of the NAACP. Whitney federal cml "&Ms act- ,ven t0
America and here are the armies
in search of a 20th Century Napo
leon.
For those who despair when
reading of such polarization, a
sharp warning from Charles
Silberman, author of the re-
markable new book, "Crisis
in Black and White," may
prove a strong tonic: "White
Americans art not torn and
tortured by the conflict between
. .u n_i.,_ -___-- r. the country not by a much-malign-: '. .. .
.....ia "I the Urban League, Dr.! ____ ... ... their devotion to the American
,i i.-_ ..r ih c...,ik ed Supreme Court decision but by
,.riiii i-ut.ier King of the South- _,._.,, c _, .,-. I
_ the powerful <3-to-27 Senate voteL
and 290-to-130 House vote. Mal-|
coin X will be the man to watch.1 ** ,re,a,'n$' b*
sure. But what troubles them is
not that justice is being denied
but that their peace is being
shattered and their business
interrupted."
Malcolm X and the Imperial
creed and their actual behavior.
They are upset by the current
iiecTion issues
. _.. He is able. He is energetic. He
o be Viewed is tough
'Election Issues1964" will be | And even if Governors George
ne topic of the Town Hall Forum Wallace of Alabama and Paul I
in Friday, 8:30 p.m., at West Johnson of Mississippi fail in their
Miami Town Hall. 62nd Ave. and preachments of defiance of the
IW 9th St. 1964 Civil Rights Act. and even if Wizard of the Klan alike under-
Speakers will be Kenneth M. an ever-widening circle of Amer- stand what Silberman has written
eyers, unopposed candidate for leans accepts the inevitability of far better than do the rest of us.
tate Representative, Democrat, integration, there still may remain And because of our unconcern and
work for Malcolm X and his col- inaction, they are having a field
leagues. It will be the nasty work day. ^^^^
^nd Phil Chafetz, candidate for
tate Senator, Republican.
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gratulates the Jewish War Veterans on the outstanding worl:
JWV has done in providing volunteer service to patients a
Bay Pines, including more than 2,000 man hours of work
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*Jen 1st rtoridftian
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Vital New Dimensions for UJAppeal's Activities
Continued from Page 1-A
Nation was sueclnctty expressed
bv prime Minister Lev! Eshkol to
I \ leaders during an address
in which he said: "We cannot,
., do we wish to, exist as a na-
lion divided between those who
ivc and those who lack educa-
on."
11, po nted mil that of every 100
n e n t e r i n g elementary
learlj hall are oi Afro
origin, In high school, Hie
i i] alarmingly to 25
id iit the university lev-
i 2 i ul ol every hundred
ii rtta
i line, Mr. Eshkol im-
u : eshadow a nations
unless secondary educa-
made more universally
Hobbling its develop
growth by the limit.i-
. mentary education
nitii i wOGld be bitterly
in lighl of Israel's proud
piling record in the area
en ary education.
\lmost from the moment of its
Hi still fighting seven invading
. the State of Israel bold
passed an act of Parliament
oclaiming that education for all
- children from five to 14 years
age, would be free, compulsory
ul unh ersa!.
II it seemed mere vision than
w al the time, this worried no-
i dy. for in Israel, vision is olton
'. blueprint of reality. And this
,-.i n proved to be one of the
is' inspired, for the system came
:n b< ing and has worked effec-
relj r a nee.
Lack of Funds
In the 16 : -v- <>t Israel's exist
ic i has xpanded to accom-
date a rate <>l Immigration
hich has tripled the overall pop-
t .on and mi reased the i
i ipulat on si? told.
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lli^h school tuition is beyend
the reach cl thousands of these
young and discouraged Israelis:
when it is provided by the govern-
ment their families still cannot
meet the cost of books, bus fare,
meals and other basic expenses.
There is. as well, a disheartening
shortage of schools, of qualified
teachers, of libraries, laboratories
and other vital facilities, School-
ing for more than half ol Israel's
190,000 youngi-ters of high school
age i- severely limned. The pain-
ful total ol 50,000 children aged
It to 18 attend no school at
all.
The Israel Education Fund's pro-
posed five-year, multi-million dol-
lar plan will help correct this des-
perate condition and aims to elim-
inate it for the future.
I
Third Dimension
Sheer survival of hundreds of
' thousands of .lews thron-h immt.
gration to Israel was United Jew-
i ish AppeaTs prime tasic ovi
during the early years of its part-
nership with Israi I's future
Long before those hundreds of
thousands became Israel's first
million. UJA's effort to insure then
economic and social absorption
was well under way.
Those wereand arethe twin
[ programs which will continue.
But, just as immigration is in
complete without effective absorp-
tion, there can be no true absorp-
tion without lull opportunity for
education.
Making secondary education
available" to I II of Israel's yoill -
people through the Israel Keltic,
I tion Fund wll be the brilliant tl
dimension ol the limed Je I
Appeal's histoi role.
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But, In date. Israel has nol been
able to match this achievement at
the high ^clv ol level, due to lack
of funds. Military survival in the
20th century, the huge cost of de-
fense, have made it impossible for
the nation to provide universal
high school edu< at ion.
And so the cleavage between the
"haves" and the "have-nots" of
education grows wide and deep-
er. The children from North
Africa, from Asia, cannot keep
pace with their Western-European
counterparts, because their once-
proud cultural heritage has been
eroded by generations of enforced
second class citizenship. They
withdraw form the mainstream of
Israeli life, I'hey are the major-
ity of the dropouts, they arc the
unskilled; they may. at any mo-
ment, rebel against their role in
society.
B'nci Raphael
Judaism Ciasses
Pre-confirmation and confirma-
tion classes are now in progress
lor boys and girls. 12 to 15, meet-
ing Monday afternoons, 3:45 p.m..
at Congregation B'nai Raphael.
Judaism classes for students 11
years of age are held on Thurs-
days at 3:45 a.m.
Discussion group will meet on
Sunday. 8:15 p.m.. at the home
ol Mr. and Mrs. Merle Litman.
Topic will be 'T'.li the Fanatic."
I by Phillip Roth, from his book of |
short stories, "Goodbye Colum-
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"knist flcrSdliar
Friday. October 16.
1964
Joseph Almogi to Speak at Beth Sholom;
Jacob Rifkin Will Get Top Award
Joseph Almost, Minister of De- x-ing made by a Committee of
velopment of the State of Israel. Hosts under the chairmanship of
will come to Miami especially to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Silverman,
take part in the Temple Beth' and includes the Messrs and
j-holom-Israel Dinner of State on : Mesdames:
t-aturdav evening at the Doral Jack A. Ablmtt, James Abramhon,
n v ii~ i ''- A. A'l.-im-. Will:. Aarunove,
teach Hotel. ,;,., .._ m mi. ,-. prank Alter, Joraph
College of Jewish Studies in N. Dad
ALMOGI
RlfKIN
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual Alter. Kl I.. Amdur. KdmundlAnW
cader of the Temple, and Sey- LD Artf|\o aKKW- ** ? ........ Jeri. R.nmptn
.our Silverman. chairman of the i-^*"-^^^ !'AknXJA&
1
m
tiinner.
announced that
Almogi u ,...,,.,.,., SlHI, im.... ueinar-
would represent his country in the i,, r....-. ituli n i> Blum Jr., Wll-
presentation of the Mghly-coveted\?mlg2^*3^lg!d-JS&
Slate of Israel Commendation i;,i,... Arthur iiuh.ii, Mauik* M.
Award to Jacob Rifkin. a leader fahn, Jack \. tSuntor, Aluph Cobb,
. 2 i i j ,.iui. I'oru-n Matthew t'ainmanday.
of the Temple and a national lead- i,,hui, K. ..,,,. Usurin Cwiavr,
er for Israel, in recognition "of Ikiorrla foofHT, isma '<.....an, Astyn
,l. t'oun-hun, t*nn DAbb>, Nathan II.
lifetime of dedicated service, mer-
iting the gratitude of a commun-
ity, a people and a nation."
One of his country's outstand-
ing leaders and a noted military
hero, Almogi is a founder and a
former commander of Haganah.
Born in Poland in 1910, he emi-
grated to Palestine in 1930. A
short time after his arrival, he
joined a kibbutz, where he work-
ed and live for three years.
Itaraky. i'i>i.ii> lki
I Shlndlei
i.. ; -11 VI s.i;.l. Sidney Megel,
l..iin II. ? Iwvnl-n. < "tin I. >- Si vr-.
- Stlvi r-. Louis F. ftnetman,
Fi.,1 s .in, i -t. i,i. Murraj Honnett,
Harrj J. Son*, .'. !' Hpwtor, Ralph
Sii.i-.i, Anna .-..in. Paul A. Stern, ':irl
siis~i.in.i. Arnold Tetchier, Irwln H.
Teulta, lleyer I'epnerman, lien Tobln.
Il.vron i T> ii.-i. Joseph II. Tucker,
li'iui.-,. I Paul i.iiner. .!>. Ventura, Jack VVac-
uevtt IJon, Jai ib Odohan, Ted Df-
wit, Men i.-- lats, i- luura tbn n-
I t-1.-. ...illm.i i..-. in., r-. Km !
i.II,.ii.I.
I...,ii J. 1-111. .l...-.-|.h II. Kiwteln,
,\|..iri, lull,, .!,..> i l-clllbei-g, Abe i'
ii... jai k si. ". '.*'..... "*"
.ii..ii. ....... i I'l.nih, Minimi
i.,.iK. .. i-. ... I .11;."... -<..' pi i i ii "
.urn. .,;i.. i,..in. H, 11 i. ii > Ualimlln.
i......; i .i .1. ......ii
ii.-1. Nal WaMiii.ui, Mas u.-iiz. Irv-
ing Went In, Simon Wolff, Harry K
vVolk, ll.irold y.'ii.
Study Groups
At Beth Torah
A combination of study groups.
I!, n lloluntl III, l.ll/.al.. Ill I I.......mil
............ n.u. i....Hon. I Women s Institute, Men s Seminar
i '' i: :.-.--..,. ti..i..i.. .......!l'un(| Luncheon Discussions, and
tiarr) .\. liieetib.rg, Harrj w. Ureen-1 ~ e*..Jt.
.....K, i. i ......io.it. .in.......eeue I the Collese of Jewish Studies,
......i.i s- ; highlights the adult education pro-
In 1933. he left the settlement '";"' "^...J^.'....L^"?' n
to become a member of the Hag- i",,',,',,,- ii- .in. Piana held*.
;inah prank iieisii.-.., V k-ioi Hollander,
... ., ,,, ,, ,,, .Mllioil .i.ii......, .....in ja. ..I'.-.iill........
At the outbreak of World War ,,, .. ir> ,1U ,.. kaputn, Her-
11 in Europe, he joined the Jew- iiard Kata, i.n Kuuin, ..:...- m.....he,
i-h Brigade of the British Army
Hal.
i la 11.-> .
......i... i. a, i mi .> I.. Kiami i.
loin iviavliz, iii./. Krenaky, ben-
ac an officer and fought against janiln K..-....- mnu .. .n u.i......
hp JoHe|lh i.;. in .. 1. -. Kom !....>-.hi
(.ermanv in Greece. In 1941, -
, ., i....... ii i.... >i.i.i ". -1" i"1
was captured by the Germans H |,eVin >.... -.. i..-> ..-, .*ie
and interned. For over three ----n. n m.i-.h. iai-\in W.
years, he was commander of the !;,',;." ,\^'.
Palestine prisoners of war in Ger- ai\,
many.
During the final stages of the
war in 1945, as the Allies ad-
vanced on Germany, Almogi
planned and executed an escape
for 4.0CO British and Palestinian
prisoners and led them on a 500-
mile march to safety.
Preparations for the dinner are
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gram of the Beth Torah Congrega-
tion beginning next Tuesday morn-
ing, according to Harold Brown,
adult education chairman.
Every Tuesday morning at 9
a.m.. Abraham J. Gittelson, edu-
cation director, will lead a discus-
sion group on 'Modern Jewish
Ideas"" and a course in "Elemen-
tary Yiddish."
At 10 a.m.. Rabbi Max A. Lip
schitz will lecture on "Jewish
Rites and Rights," a course on
customs and ethics, and at 11
am., a course taught on He-
brew in three levels, elemen-
tary, intermediate and advanced,
will be given.
As special events of the Tues-
day morning Institute during the
year, six prominent speakers will
discuss Ihe world Jewish-commun-
ity, including settlements in Is-
rael. Russia, Western Europe,
Kii.i, i.. ; Salomon, Philip > iiii-- Suuty America and the Far East.
On Sunday mornings, a study
group will continue its review of
"Great .1 8 wish Personalities," ,
while on a monthly basis on Sun-
day evenings, a couples study
group will begin meeting on Oct.
25 to discus- the "Relevance of
Classic Jewish Ideas."
Rabbi Lipschitz, spiritual leader
1 the congregation, will lead the
Sunday evening study group. He
will al-o continue a bi-monthly
study group for men, beginning
i Oct. 27. on the second and fourth
Tuesday of each month, on "Great
! Jewish Books," and will lead a
luncheon discussion on the final
Tuesday <>1 each month.
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The College of Jewish Studies
and the Auult Jewish Education
Institute, sponsored by the Bureau
of Jewish Education and the con
gregations of the North Dade area,
was to open for registration on
Thursday, Oct. 15, at 8 p.m.
Courses will be offered on Thurs-
day evenings, from 8 to 10 p.m., at
Beth Torah Congregation, 1051 No.
Miami Beach Blvd. During the
first hour, three courses in He-
brew language are offered: be-
ginners, intermediate and ad-
vanced.
Instructors will be Benjamin
Altshuler, Abraham C. Gittelton
and Rabbi Shimon Aiulay. A
course in Torah and prophets
will be instructed by Herbert
Zvi Berger, associate director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion.
An advanced course in Jewish
history will be offered to Hebrew
teachers in the community under
the instruction of Dr. Donald Mich-
elson, Hillel director of the Uni
versify of Miami.
The second hour will feature a
forum course with a revolving fac-
ulty of rabbis of the North Dade
area and of Jewish educators. The
subject of the forum will be "The
Jewish Way of Life." a course
delining the Jewish way of life
in the home, synagogue, in study,
in respect for the individual, Jew-
ish festivals, and in relationship
to God and society.
The faculty of the forum In-
cludes Rabbi Samuel M Machtei.
Temple B'nai Sholom; Dr. Max
Lipschitz. Beth Torah Congrega-
tion; Rabbi Harold Richter, B'nai
Raphael Congregation; Rabbi Jon-
Pepper to Speak
On Medicare
Rep. Claude S. Pepper will be
honored guest speaker at the open
meeting of the Biscayne Beach
Property Owners Assocation on
Tuesday, Oct. 27. 8 p.m.
The meeting will be held in the
auditorium of Temple Ner Tamid
on 79th St. and Carlyle Ave.
Pepper will discuss medicare
The meeting is free, according to
Mrs. Murray Simnock, chairman.
Program Committee.
ah E. Caplan, Temple Aiath Y
-hurun; Rabbi Sherwin st.ui-T
Young Israel; Rabbi Hery w!
nick. Temple Tiferelh Israel. Rat
hi Daniel M. Lowy. Temnle Sjnl
of North Dade; Arnold Rlch"ai
education director of y mn '
rael; and Louis Schv tzm,"
executive director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education.
Three other sections ol lie C0|.
lege will soon open for reftfe,
tion at Beth David Cor., nation'
Temple Zion and the B;ri>jU of
Jewish Education Builditv
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vJewisti ftcrh'dtHan
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Boy Chapter luncheon
Bay Chapter of Women's Amer-
ican ORT held ;i meeting and
luncheon at the Saxony Hotel '>'
Tuesday morning. Speaker was
irom the League of Women Vol
(!-. An "Old Time Communit]
followed. President i
, Paul Wilson.
Mrs.
MICH6U DAftOff
ADIAl f. STtVtNSON
SAMOEl H. DAROFF
lOStPH A. DAROFF
Adlai, Daroff Brothers Win Wise A ward
Continued from Page 1-A
ed tic me medallions, are nam-
ed fo the late Rabbi Stephen S.
Wise, a founder and longtime
president of the American Jew-
ish Congress.
SSador Stevenson, in ac-
repting his award, will make the
piim pal address. He will be
'.mm! 'for advancing human
;ll "
lii,' Daroff brothers, who are
in the firm of H. Dan 11
& Sons, inc.. clothing manufactur-
ers, will be cited "tot" strengthen-
ing Jewish life.''
Joseph A. Daroff. a former pres-
:i ni of the Business and I'rotes
sional Group of the American Jew-,
i-li Congress in Philadelphia, is
active in numerous civic, service
and cultural causes, including
the National Jewish Welfare Board
and tK Philadelphia Fellow-hip
Commission.
Michael Daroff, president of i
Botanj Industries and a leader of
lie men's clothing industry, is i
prominent in the American Insti-
tute of Men's and Boys Wear, the;
Clothing Manufacturers of Ameri-
i;. and in educational affairs as
. member Of the advisory board
Teen-Agers Will
Be Recognized
Anniml Recognition Day for
teen-age volunteers will be held
Saturday, 10:30 a.m.. at Cedars
ol Lebanon Hospital.
Chain an of the Day, Mrs.
Irene Pink, announced that there
will be a "pinning" ceremony,
awarding service pins to teen-age
girls who have completed 100
hours of volunteer work in the
Lobby Gift Shop of the hospital.
Gold bars will go to volunteers
with 35 hours, and Merit Certi-
ficates will be given for miscel-
laneous help with the Gift Cart.
Mail-ii-rting. Messages and De-
livery Service.
Assisting in the presentation
eremenies will be Mrs. Morris
f. Elau, Lobby Shop chairman,
nd Raymond Grossman, assist-
int administrator.
I of lay interests of Villanova Im
I versity.
Samuel H. Daroff is an hon-
orary vice president of the
American Jewish Congress, a
former chairman of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews, a leader of the Allied Jew-
ish Appeal of Philadelphia and
is active in numerous national
and local Jewish and non-sectar-
ian organizations.
The three brothers arc noted
for their support of human rela-
tions, health, education, welfare
and refugee aid programs in this
country and Israel.
Previous winners of the Steph-
en S. Wise Awards have included
former President Harry s. Tru-
man, the late Son. Herbert II.
Lehman, former Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion ol Israel and
Israel's late President Itzhak Ben-
Zvi, tonnei- Attorney-General Rob
ert P. Kennedy, and Under Secre
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morning.
Allan F. Levy, leaner of the
Orthodox congregation, told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
the fire began on the wooden steps
at the rear of the synagogue, and
spread along the building's back
v all.
As soon as the 35 worshippers
within detected the blaze, the
Torah scrolls were safely -e
moved from the Ark, and thi
building was quickly evacuated.
Firemen succeeded in putting
out the blaze before it reached
the synagogue's interior.
Mr. Levy said that the extent
ol damage Mas still not been esti-
mated and temporary repairs are
now under way so that the sanc-
tuary will be ready for the forth-
coming 111uii Holy Days services
Peabody Fire Chief Obrinc
stressed that he is working on the
assumption that the lire was start
ed by vandals because inflam-
mable materials were found near
the scene of the conflagration.
and no other cause has been dis-
covered. Mr. Levy also told the
.ITA that he had no idea as to [
aho could have been responsiblei
lor th.- tire, as the Jews of Pea-
body have always maintained1
excellent" relations with the
community's other !.,iths.
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Friday. October 16,
JL
Beth Am Sets
Dinner of State
Honoring Feldman
Members ol the Hii Committee
the Temple Both Am-Israel
Dinner of Trrmrfo"\voro guests last
eek at a reception ;it the home
el Mr. and Mrs. Phil Revitz.
Phil Revitz. a Temple leader
d widely-known businessman,
U be chairman of the dinner .it
i hich Herman Peldman, a found-
er and first president ot the Tern-
will be honored.
The dinner will be held Sun-
day evening, Oct. 25, at the
Doral Country Club. Heading
preparations for the event with
Revitz are Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard and Bryon Cherkas,
Temple president. Feldman, in
addition to serving as first pres-
ident of Temple Beth Am, was
chairman of the first Temple
dinner for State of Israel Bonds
in 1960, and also served as chair-
man of the Israel Bond dinner
in 1961.
Beth David Ladies Slate Counselor
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
its general meeting at Speetor
| Hall on Wednesday. 11:30 a.m.
Bruncheon will be served.
Mrs. Florence s Sinclair
riage counselor, formerly'
Jewish Family and Children.-
vice of Miami, will speak oi \
riageWhat is it'
Reviewing a report on progress of plans for the Temple Beth
Am-Israel Dinner of Tribute are (from left) Phil Revitz, dinner
chairman; Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard, spiritual leader; Her-
man Feldman, who will be the recipient of the Redemption
Year Award at the dinner; and Bryon Cherkas, Temple pres-
ident.
A widely known business and in-
dustrial leader. Feldman has de-
voted himself to Temple affirs mfn RlAftf
nee its founding in 1956 He has RoDD! April Wit! AddreSS JWV
- rved as chairman ot the Board
i Trustees chairman of the Build-
ing Committee, chairman of the
Fund-Raising Committee, chair-
man of the Planning Committee
i nd chairman of the Personnel
( ommittee.
Prior to helping to found and
build Temple Beth Am. Feldman
v as a founder and first president
i] the Flagler Granada Jewish
(enter. He is a past vice presi-
dent Of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations. Southea.-t
Region. With his wile. Rose, he
lues at 6201 Castaneda. Coral
Gables. They have two children,
(iaughter Rosalind, a student at
Northwestern University, and son.
Koliert 16.
Feldman is a vice president of
Construction Projects Corporation |
and president of C.P.C. Chemical
and Plastics Corporation.
As chairman of Temple Beth
Am's Israel Bond dinners, Feld-
man was instrumental in the
Temple's achieving an outstand-
ing place in the Israel Bond pro-
gram in Greater Miami. He
has distinguished himself in ser-
vice to the Temple, to the com-
munity and the State of Israel.
Rabbi Baumgard noted that "it
i- particularly appropriate that
the chairman of the dinner will
i'C Phil Revitz, a man who has
achieved noteworthy success in
every effort he has undertaken
whether in business or in commun-
ity service."
Leon J. Ell. president of the
I Jewish National Fund Council ot
; Greater Miami, disclosed this week
!al a JNF executive meeting that
Rabbi Samuel April, of Temple Or
Olom, will address the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council meeting on
Wednesday evening. 8 p.m.. at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Rabbi April was born in Butler.
Pa. Rabbi April attended Miami
Senior High School and was salu-
tatorian in 1950. He graduated
from Yeshiva University in 1954,
receiving the BA degree in politi-
cal science and winning the de-
hating award. In 1955. he receiv-
ed the MA degree from Columbia
University in educational psychol-
ogy and was awarded a scholar-
ship to study and travel in Israel.
He was ordained at Hebron
Theological Seminary in Jeru-
salem and also was honored
with the ordination of the late
Rabbi Isaac Halevi Herzog,
Chief Rabbi of the Holy Land.
Myers to be Speaker
Kenneth Myers, unopposed Dem-
ocratic nominee to the State Leg-
islature, will be speaker Oct. 16
at the West Miami Town Hall
Forum. Myers will speak on
"Major Issues of the 1964 Cam-
paign." He was recently named
to Earl Faircloth's Speakers Com-
mittee for the Democratic Party
in Florida
Mis first pulpit was Temple
Emmanuel. Lakeland. Fla. He serv-
ed there two years, during which
he was active in the Ministerial
Association. He met and married
his wife, the former Judith Holo-
ber, of Lakeland, at Temple Em-
manuel.
Since August. 1958. he has been
spiritual leader of Temple Or
Olom here. He is a member of
the Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation.
A progress report on the forth-
coming John F. Kennedy Peace
Award Dinner on Sunday. Dec. 6.'
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lliis IMeeLnJ New Yorker to Head
LilDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform,
hrthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. Rabbi Sarmi'l Jaife.
javAT SHALOM CONGREGA- I
ION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
fcanior Israel Kershner.
SJSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. |
Conservative.
IeT-i DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
I.ervative. RabDi Norman N. Sr.apiro.
fcintor William W. Lip.on.
!,!> I", p.m. Saturday : a.m. and
*
IcTH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
|dc Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
,, ;:o p.m. Saturday s::t'> a.m.
"The Lovelj Journey of
s'tudj claea and inlncha
|i. >. in.
lETh ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
Idox. R.'bbi Berel Wein.
CANDLIUGHTING TIMt
10 Heshvan 5:33 p.m.
MMWMM I "
la> '.'. p.m. Sermon: "The New
j I Frontier* of the Spirit." Saturday 11
I! a.m. I tar Mif/.v:ili: Alan Bryan, Bon of
Mr ..ml Mrs. Gerald tflegal.
----
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstroctionist. Rabbi
Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
I tab.
UJA Israel Education Fund
Mltsvah: Brian Alan, son of Dr. and
.Mrs. Daniel /.alls. Minolta 5:30 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly- j
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
OLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI, 1201 i Cantor David Conviser.
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi j Kriilny S:1i |i.m. Sermon: "How 1"
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah |;,,;1,., ,,, JSvanxellamProteatant or
Heilbraun. I Catholic." Saturday 10:45 a.m. Bar
__.,__ .. Mii/.vnh: Martin Barry, son of Mr.
HOMESTEAD JEW SH CFNTERH'h .,,, Mpf| wdm., SohlOBBer. Baa Mil/.-
St., Homestead. Conservative. Can- v.llr v.,,., i daughter of Mr. and
tor Pincus Aloof. Mr8 Royal p. Jonas.
LETH JACOB. 3-J1-3-.1 Washinoton ,SRAEL|TE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th TEMPLF b-NAI* ABRAHAM. 387
rAv Orthodox. Cantor Maur.ee St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu TENY\nt, g,N conservative. Rabbi
[Mamchet. ......... T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Nh,n H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
b, ,.i l ",;|.i p.m. >auinla\ 8.30 a.m. ----------- j. /..
____a------ i<,^r,0 r- r-nuciu rAUUIINITV ander Cohen.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
' Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max! Orthodox. Raobi Tibor H. Stern.
o. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. I FYI 3:43 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
f i. ...m. Sermon: "Where Sermon: "The Jewtah Vot< Bar
[leading?" 4:S0 p.m. "The Mltavah: ilary Krevat, son ol Mr. and
I l..ivv." ",:::ii p.m. "Know Mrs. Dave Krevat.
w |. are Going."
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
MOSHE CONGREGATION. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
1 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Cantor Abraham Self.
v i. p.m. f!U-sl rabbi, Rabbi ,,.,. .... Speneer. son *< Mr. and Mrs. William j
IX, of Philadelphia, V1IAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 ,;,.,,,.'
,i Moh I Welra Will official! Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
. i | ,,, Abraham Btrasafeld.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
----
TEMFLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rahbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Prldaj 5:43 p.m. Saturday : a.m. S.r-
,n. ii \ Rabbi's Commentary on the
Kriiinenl 'al ("onnell." Bar MlUvah:
----
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R Nurot.
-. I". p in, i!ui si pn aeller, Rah-
ifonl Si llr.i r, regional director,
RAPHAEL* 139 NW 3rd *ve. Vl'NYONAIRES CON G R EOTW.
odOX. Ralph Krieaer. secre- 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
_ ,___ OHEV SHALOM". 9il" Normandy Dr. I'nloi ,-""I'''"ln!'""Tw
H TFILAH. 0*35 Euclid Ave Or- Orthodox. Rabbi Phinea, Weber. tl. ,TRwS "
. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. man, .
---- =niixuui/ccr"rFN.TFR 6438 SW 8th TEMPLF JUDEA. ?20 Palermo Ave.
ris^a^aA^ffi.? ^asKara&Wi^^ ^...r,,,, Rabbi ^ k,p.
,. Canto, Ben.Z,n Kirschen- *. ^ ^ ^
' '"" < '"" -'....." Conservative Rahbi Maver Abram-
11. Bus Mits- owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
1 Sue. ol
a,l Mrs. Richard ,FPHAROIC JEwiSH CENTER. 645 TEMPLE NER TAMID. ROth sl and
. "^"a^SZ'S-S sad, Nan- T.turn ^a,^,^^
1a i RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. mias. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
V'servative. Rabbi Harold Richtcr. mAru VFWIIRUN Con- r*rl"la> 8:13 |< <*! "C'hanfO s in
J. tor Jack Lerner. l-ryatfv.^025 NE iSsrd St., Miami Tra.ll British Style"......R
. s.m,.;,. i:. .,,...., ^"jVn.'-Rd. Rabbi Jonah E.Capian. Shnbbnt hosted b, Mr. and Mrs Pan-
. I'olilUa Arena. Saturdax | a Maurlca Neu. "<>'" ">" llnn"
ion of th, \\ i-V.
By Special Report
NEW YORK Charles J. Bens-
ley, of New York City, was nam-
ed president of the Israel Educa-
tion Fund of the United Jewish
Appeal this week by Joseph Mey-
erhoff, of Baltimore, chairman of
the board.
The newly-established project
is conducting a five-year capital
fund drive for S127.6 million for
high school construction, scholar-
| ships and educational facilities in
Israel.
Bensley led a mission of Ameri-
can educators to Israel last March,
whose recommendations formed
the basis of the UJA education
assistance program.
A member of the New York
City Board of Education from
1948 to 1961, he was responsible
for the planning and construc-
tion of 300 school projects val-
ued at nearly $1 billion during
his tenure.
He was also instrumental in in-
troducing a human relations study
program in New York schools and
p.m.
Mttzvah.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman.
I-1 uia> S -'i |i in. Sermon: "H
liridjces, or Burying Barriers." Sat-
] ,.;.,-. ,,:i anil MIS ii m Sev, nt> ni w
n:. mbt*r* I., lie Inducted l> R
ILER CANADA.. 50 NW5I.I riX^'l'l^aoVvlc^ 'if-S.
fd0nce.^oVVS..Rr..bGot|darrBR0'- *......" "'^........'" ""*"
i:, | On.-a Shabbnl hosted Mlncha i:3U >jn. ^___
.....' '" ij-""i'i Stiumpf m TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall urday 8: a.m.
o their UoddlliAt iinniv.-r-ii > 7, c m,m.,, Reform Rabbi ------------
1V.;,;:; M* 3tt&r- fe?^u"= Ch^8 T--L-- AveNReVo^MR^i
auderdal'e emanu-el. %%* v^**; ->;,.,;- PrL?VrB.Wrw^
Miu.Miii: Robert Jeffrey, aon ol air.
Miami-Gables
Zionists to Meet
Max Parness, president, Miami-
Gables Zionist District, announces
i hat :, regular meeting will be
held on Wednesday, 8:15 p.m., at
the Coral Gables Federal Savings
and Loan Building, 2501 Punce de
Leon Blvd.
Program will include a candle-
lighting ceremony welcoming all
new members and an address by
Kabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth Kod-
rsh Congregation. His topic will
be "Let us Reason Together."
CHARLES J. BtNSKt
received a joint award from the
United Nations and the Board 11
Education for his activities in the
area Of human relations. Other
organizations citing him for com-
munity service were the United
Parents Association and the Urban
League.
He served as a member of the
! first United Jewish Appeal Studj
Mission to Israel in 1954. In I960,
al the invitation ol Abba S. Eban
Israel's present Deputy Prime
Minister who was then Minister
of Education and Culture, he
made a study of Israel's secondary
school system.
+
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<..ii of Mr. nnd Mrs. Marvin bHapIro:
-EW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetre. Jerry, ion of Mr. ami Mrs. Irving
Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander tIWexler. ___ ____
P,:r, p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. liar temple beth el of holly-
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
HYlda> 8:15 p.m. Jack a lie* will be
Biiesl speaker. Saturday 9 a.m. Si -
v i,. i-ondueted bj Saul Sllverman.
"Weeklj Portion "f the Law" will
it,, read.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks
Cantor Ben Dickson.
l-'iiil.n s:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Ecu-
.,] Jewish Problem." Sal rdaj
. mon: "Where Shall VV,
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TF.VPLE ZION. 8000 Mrtler Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man,

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mianv
Ave Consei vative. Rabbi Henry
vVtrnick.
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s :i ;i. a.m. Si in", "Portion "i
the v..... Uar Mitavah: : i
uiul M I Ifshln
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Orthodox. Raiibi Sherwin Stauber.
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UN Litttninq Poit:
By SAUl CARSON
Mere Than Just Talk
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1 'A anti iwmiti m hai
111 recent year- Argentina
mt to ttw I niti d Sal on lettei enderetng
ii" proposed ><" "'i MQueaalng Uul ""' ''<
. ., ,.,11 i,.- m -.'.l-.l 11. elli.il In i-ni'iM- lull r'-l.i'l
i-.i human rlgfcu IhroughoM Um world
|nU>fe*ting lOO la UM action from W-t Or
1 Though not a nwmbti "I Um in Um Bon
,',.. rr.(/,-(. ru mUmIcm sent latter, nupporiing
tin ,.-.n mwi rr.iiii;' thai atnea UM, Weal C01
many ha nth i ilfaod to the European Convention
fin is.- I'M.i.i-in.11 i.i Human Mights and Funds
iih ii'al 1 1 Miiiii
'limn IIkk u I I,..;, H1..1 ..II oetiUOa will b<- asked "In reviev.
ui'i mi iiliiii/i- 111 good Imlli IIh-ii toaptOUVC law.
m.'i regtitslloni for Um porpaje '.i eliminating all
11, i.iii.,n which violate* Hi<- lettei MM" spirit nl
tin provi "ii: '-I the 1 iiivi'i *i Declaration of
Human FtJjfhl
Um tan "nl. bope ihai Umm three eountrlti
a 1 v.i ni 1 n. 1 w 1 1 1,11 in,iny and Joffojan do and con
iiiiiH 1.. .ii, .. imv preach
r.ui im.in the Buti'ic vena mental itde Um nal
mj/iiiIk ..ni ..I the memoranda niiii'l Mm lai i
.in from lh< <">i'iui-iiin; r.'i.n't oi Jewi ii Ofganl
z.iiiiii ah.Hi ii.|.ii- I'ht I hi Board ol Dcputiex
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m i-i.ii.u-iii raapOBM failed to recognize
joviel n brandii m*!-
but denymt them Um benaflti '-f even the eate-
./aii'.n s*-n Butbright commented "the Idea
i.i .lev.- r.'-ini? a nalionalitv vai not eonfincd to
Um Soviet Union" beaauae "Ben-Ourlon regarded
'li- J<-.'. a a nation
Ban BolbrtajM read to Iba Beaurte a letter from
Um stai- Department, approved by the Administra-
tion, and igned bj Frederick (.'. Dutton, Assistant
Secretary of State. The latter laid approval of the
Blbieafi amendment miitht lead the Kremlin "to
lake the very action against the Jewish people ot
Um Soviet I'nion which we are trying to prevent.
The resolution might therefore rebound seriously to
Mr- detriment oi Soviet Jew* and other religious
peOpla of the Soviet Union the Department
doea not recommend adoption of a resolution
Sen Kiliuoff, a former mem tier of the U.S.
Cabinet under PreatdeM Kennedy, responded with
a forthneht statement He -aid "the State Depart
in. nl never has ban sympathetic to these prob-
Ionia. The Slate Department treats Jews merely as
numbers The State Department seems to be con-
1 ni!;. Ignorant and uninformed on this prob-
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*,., >/cy/S Uw By JGSHUA JUSTVAN
The Bible Ccntest
THE TRJESNiAL
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However, t
.hat QUi d
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throughout
the "national barrier-
national contests. This c.
explained by the fact that, althou-
contestanu hailing from 20 countries, spoke
tomgutincluding Amharicthey all -
an>< language of the Book of Books.
undencerei the special significance of the
Unel'l champion. Yeshiva student V
KrafninwU, lagged behind by one point
However, he was much more behind his predeces-
Israels first two winners of 1958 and 10
Amos Hacham and Yehyeh Alsbeikh who
leated thi- year among the judges. Indeed, when
the judges met a day before the opening, to
the questions. Alsheikh answered them all
The winner of the third place. Miss Irja tare men
librarian ot the Theological Center at Ifeuunki-
linished with 6.5 points behind Graham Mil
int won a special place by the fullness of ner
replies and the thorough knowledge she displayed
with a heart winning modesty. And all tho-.
did not reach the final roundincluding the only
Jewish participant from abroad. Joshua S.r.ger
from tne United Stateswere Bible masters in their
own right.
As We Were Saying: Bv ROBERT E. SEGAL
On Accepting the Realities cf American History
pi v. WILLIAM Sloan < ofjin li chap
** l..i ni dii
I r hi revolul on nol
iiii .. 11.i driver The cab
i,n- was rigid In step While watch
11 ..! i i.'il "l the "Ml 11 ".! end ol
i ithei aye I"- hall turned to < hap
I.mi i'oliin and laid Mae, tibal do
>.ii i- \ jx-i-i it (.in ;i countrj i ti.it was
ii.iimiiil ni the blood ol 10,000,000 in
iii..us mid iln-n developed In the *eal
'i in uii.ii .nil ini<- ami profound approach appeaJed
in Valaman Coffin "Thai man waa real patriot,"
In inu.s.ii, iii the sense that he wai willing to examine
ni American hiatory."
Aniitliii Who has just taken a fresh lonk at certain
dramatic racial mecjuitiei In American history is Whit-
ney M Young Jr.. executive director of the
of 40,000,1100
I i ban League since 1861. Drawing on Ins in-
the former dean of the Atlanta University SoM
i.,l Work and hi- excellence as one of the tOP I
ii> relation* proiessionals in the nation, Whitney
has set down in his new book. "To be Kjiial. '"l"
- analysis of the origins of the civil rights
revolution, a statesman's program for advancing its
objectives, and a Marching appraisal of we
i ii ing id tin. bead-on challenge to our plural-
' lie lety.
Kary in his presentation, Young pinpoints lie sig-
nificance of this challenge to America as a world pow-
er, >pe:uling billions on the Marshall Plan, the Peace
Corps and Koreifln Aid. 'We live in a world where >' B
fifteen minutes from Cape Kennedy to Africa," he point?-
out.


Friday, October 16, 1964
^Jen/sti fkwiHU^ri
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
Is vv
''
. THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
FLEVENTH J-O'CIAL CIRCUIT
or F OR'DA. IN AMD FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 6JC 9815
IV v BANK FOB
Si
I' im Iff,
i ipk VW, el ax,
I .. < n I i : '
NOTICE OF SUIT
.., nr H ;| ml Annie Mae
; ipklns, hit fe R< sldent, I'n-
llll i If i. married, their .
k.....(ii ees, if livine, and
mown helm, de-
I.:. -. IT tee, --
m -. lid ii creditors, trus-
, ., ii ii..ii,> claiming
, thn nd< r or aga Insl
i ],. .. named di end- .
a deceased,
hereb n tided ilini the
, oned i"n ha* been In-
agaln-i i in the circuit
iii. 'ni ii Circuit hi .
In and fn I Mide County to
nhi >-.- upon the fol-
I, i. real property:
... I". >l IJTil ADDI-
, i RI !HMi "Nil HEIGHTS
n| to the Plat
i recorded In ltal Book us
Ii (it the I'ubili Record*
le Coun rloiida, together
'i American Standard Oas II.W.
i (ISU-Ai.. Mudei n Maid I las
Top UTW ft VEN CH 1-124;
,'i Qas Wall Heater B-85.
.hi- required to file your an-
plaint if l nmplalnt with the
of the aforesaid Court, ami
., copj thereof upon plaintiffs
y MARTIN FINK, i nil Floor,
Federal 1- Idlng, .Miami 32,
r.iii later than October 27.
i. ..r a Decree .' u Confesso will be
, : against
|i.\TKl>; Septi i r 22. 1964.
E B. LEA IIKRMAN,
.'ik ,,i the Circuit Court
By: C. 1" iiil'KI.AM',
l >epul Clei k
M VRTIN FINK.
.-> for Plaintifl
I urn- Dade Federal Bldg.
. -,.i i -i. ...;.i.
!' 23, 1 "-_'. 9, II
I'.I.
I V
I.Mi.iini 32, Florida.
BY HENRY LEONARD
I
GOLIATH
Super
!= for?

KAUFMAN'S
"With such huga building expenses ... 1 do hope
llicy get at least u few of my customers."
Copr. 1 ff64, Da' Lt&AL NUIItr
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
|IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
l!th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. MC 10768
|]:i:iKV ADLKR,
Plaintiff,
v H
c\i> kkai.tv CORP, a New
.ik corpordtinn. SAMIKL
IDLER, HARRY ADI.KR and MIAMI
IBACIJ FEDERAL SAVINGS AM'
I.KAN ASSOCIATION, u National
plunking. Corporation,
Defendant*.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
THB NAME tF Til ESTATE
>F FIXMUDA
I" SAMl'KL ADLER
2166 6Sth Street
Iiroot yn, New York
HARRY ADLER
Residence Unknown
I \i.i, OTHER and unknown persona
m \ inu or claiming in have any right,
-.. ni interest In Lite property which
l> the Huliji'i-i matter of thli suit,
ft ii propert) lying and being In Dude
j< ... Florida, and more particular-
? .1, scribed as follows:
I.m IH. 111... i, 60 of LINCOLN
Sl'RDJVISIoN, according to the
| I'!.ii thereof, recorded in Plal
. :i, .it Pag, ii:' of the Public
i:- I.- Mi; of l'ail- County, Florida:
her with 11 buildings and
Improvements thereon
YOU AND BACH OP YOU are
. I'.-I.y notified that a null has been
lied iii ii. above-named Court b) the
bovc-named Plainilfl for the purpose
. eltng certain deeds made by
I \I:i:y ADLKIt I SAMl'EL ADLKIt,
ml by S VMl'EL ADLER to ZVCAD
SEALTY rum ami bj HARRY
KDLER lo ZIOAD KKAI.TV CORP..
II s.ud deeds affecting title to the
hove described proiierty.
YOB ARK Hl.l'.KI'.Y ORDERED
ml i, quired to file your appearance,
{leading or answer In said suit on
Ik fore the 9tn day of November,
Q'ii',1. and in ,1.1.1 lit of such appear-
I-. pleading or answer a decree
Ij.i.i confesso will i.....ntered against
smi .ii.il each m sou, and judgment
i .I. ,iiii nill be taken ugainst ) i
i iii.. ii Uef demanded hi the Com-
plaint .
I H '\ K and "'. i iERED In I ad
Plot da h dnj "i
.i ber, 9t
k i: ,: \tiiki:m w
Ii 11, ,,i i ircull Court
BJ K M U\ M \N
I.. I Clerk
" A ESSh.N
... for I
BEN ESSEN
In i 'nnnsi 1
I'"* Alnsli 11 -
pi.iini. Florin.i
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N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C10731
ABE It: \NKFI
Plaintiff,
vs.
VNN AIIII.L: Pl'Bt.lC SERVICE
MI-flAI, INSI'RANCE COMPANY,
i New York corporation; ami
EDWARD L. STANTON,
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ANN fAIIII.I.
2:'.s North 16th Street
Itlooiiifli'hl. New Jitmi
YOU ARK HKRERY NOTIFIBI)
that a Complaint to Foreclose Mort-
gage on the following described prop-
erty, to-wit:
lx>t 4. Block,6, SI'S' TAN VIL-
LA" II". SKi"TH in' ONE, according
to the I'lat thereof, recorded in
I'hit Book .". at Page ::. of the
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida: together with all Im-
provements thereon and all furni-
ture, fnrnishinus. fixtures, efljulp-
mi-nt and appliances therein con-
tained, ami any replacements
thereof,
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve copy of your
Answer or oilier pleadings to the
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney,
ROBERT II. TRAPRIO, 1133 duPont
Building, Miami. Florida, on or be- i
t..i. the !nd tta) of November, 1964. | '
h you fall t" it" no, i Decree of Pro '
Confessu will i"- filed against you fur
ih. relief demanded In tin Complaint.
DATED: September -".. 1964.
E B LKATHERMAN. Clerk
11} : K. M. I.VM AN
Deput> Clerk
in 2,:'. i6, a
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 11046
DAVE WEISS,
Plaintiff,
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 10015
rflRRON FARM, DIVISION OF
4IKRO.N ENTERPRISES, INC.
I h h SPRINt: HILL I- ARMS,
Plaintiff
\ s
MAX CRESTALL
Tier. mi.ml
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I'll. MAX CRESTALL
Royal i leorice Hoti I
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Vm ARE HEREBY notified thai
. Ri Aiii.ini.il Bill ..i Complain! has
.....ii filed against yon bj SIRRO.N
FARM, DIVISION ..I S1RRON EN-
TERPRISES, INC., d/b/a HPRINtl
HILL HARMS, INC., whereby .-an.
Plaintiff peeks payment for services
rendered lo you and your horse,
'CJ1RI. APPEAL."
You an required to seri e .....i>
r your Answer or Pleading t" tin
Re-Amended Bill of Complainl on
,h. I'liilntiff's attorneys. YOL'NO,
Al'iil'll.l I'ii A HYMAN, I iT Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Fb>rlda,
and file Hie original Answer ..i
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
if I he i'ill-nil Court on or before
the IMh ilav of November 1964. II
you fall to ih. ho, judgment by de-
anli nil! hi- taken against you lot
ihe Relief demanded bj you in the
Re-Amended Kill ..f Complaint
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your legal notice*.
W* appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial 1 II 3-4<>05
ior messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
K.a. h,
ih das
Dade County, Florida
if October 1964,
this
i-: B,
Clerk
Dade
B>
LEATHERM V.N
of Circuit I'li'iti
County, Florida
i- P, COI'ELAN
Deputy i'ii ik
10-16, -. :
i. ll-i
BESSIE WEISS,
I lefendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
to: r.Kssii-: wkiss
472 East 951 h Street
Brookl) n, New York
You BESSIE WKISS are hereb)
notified that a Bill of Compbtlnt for
Divorce lias been filed against you,
and you are required U> serve u copy
of your Answer "r Pleading to I hi
Bill' of Complaint on the plaillttffV
Attorney. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
nil Alnsley Building, -Miami. Florida
83133, and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
uf the Circuit Court on or before the
,nh day of November, 1964. If you
fall to do so, judgment by default will
he taken against you for the relief
demanded In the BID of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In TDK JEWISH FI.OKIPIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al .Miami,
Florida, this 9th day of October, A.D.
1964.
E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
all ll> : K. M. LVMAN
I leputy t 'lerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
llll Alnsley Building
Miami 32, Floridil
Attorney for Plaintiff
in D-ltl-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
..i Town i*ool homes at nr.n
S.W. I > 71 Ii Street, Intend to reglstei
said name with the I 'lerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade C iunt). Florida.
i.TAII. R1K>ST PROPERTIES. INC.
Bv: is i Mart iij Woolln
Presldi in
KENNETH M. MYERS', ESQ,
MYERS. HYMAN KAPLAN
1150 S.W l-i Street, Miami. Fill
Attorneys for Qall Roosl
Properiles, Inc.
10-16. 33, :'."
T( i
|N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64522-C
RE: Estate of
II IJNK TOBIAS,
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditor* and ah Persons
Iving Clnlm.s or Deinamls Atcuinst
I Otate:
i>u are hereby notified and requlr-
to present any claims and de-
Rda which you may have against
estate of PAl'LINE T()B1AS de-
ied late of Dade County, Florida,
Die County Judges of Dade Coun-
and file the tame In duplicate
as provided in Seetion 733.16.
hila Statutes, in their offices in
[County Courthouse in Ihiile Qcran-
Florida. within six calendar
kths from the time of the first |>ul>-
Doii hereof, or the same will be
i.i.il at Miami. Florida, this 23rd
I of Sept. mi., r \ 11, 1964.
MAT M : ;RMELL
a Bxecutor
|rst publication of this notice on
[2nd da' of tobet. 1964.
fc MKKMIU.I,
Ittorney for i'.\- utor
[1..... .- W. Third \ uiie
: I, t, 16, 13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C10763
DOLLAR KAVINHS BANK OF THE
CITY i'l-' NEW Vi iKK
Plaintiff,
Kin LAND DKRRILL MILLER,
et UX, el al.
I li-lellllallts.
NOTICE OF SUIT
ROLLAND DERRILL MILLER
und MARY S. MILLER,
his will:.
1112 B. ii:h Stl et
Llgouler, lniii.ma
You are hereb) notified mat the
above captloned iictlou has '""" In-
stituted againsi you In the Circuit
Court ..i the Kit venih iii.li.-i..l "in nit
,.i i i irldn in and fot Dade County
i,. foreclosi hi a-. ii|iiiii ih.-
follow ng desi i ii'.il n al propel t) :
I.,,i 19 Block Tl NORWOOD
FIFTH ADDITION, SECTION
DNE i" 'be Plal thi
11..... Page
lav ,.f Hi,- Public Records of I Mule
County, Florida, together with
VVestlnghouse Refrigerator III.-
11 A and Vein Han Blinds,
you are required to file i> respon-
sive pleading to plaintiff's '........lain!
with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court,
and s.rve a cop\ thereof U|Kjn plain-
tins attorney MARTIN FINE, Dade
Federal Building. Miami, Florida
33131, not later than November 2nd.
1964, or a Decree Pro Confesso Will
be entered against you.
DATED: September 29, 19fil.
B B. LKATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit > Court
By: C. L. AI.KXANDEU.
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINK
Daite Federal Building
Miami. Morlda. 3.131 ^
1!|
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAV/
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring lo engage
In business under the fictitious name
ot OXFORD TITLE COMANY at
number lot Almerla Avenue In the
City of Coral lialihs. Florida, Intends
to register ihe said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count\', Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1st
ilnv of i ictober 1964.
OXFORD TITLE COMPANY, INC.
By: ANNE Ml't.FuKD. President
V. ROBERT CARLISLE
Attorney for Applicant
20 Southeast First Avenue
Miami :::'. Florida
10/16, 18, 11-ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64613
In RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM U FINESTONE
I',, eased
CREDITORS
and ah Personi
Demands Againsi
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 64C 10601
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned petitioners, HILDA
MoK\ MARKS, on behalf of her min-
or son, JORGE ANTONIO PORRAH,
whose residence address is 2480 s.w.
3rd Street, Miami, Florida, intend to
apply to the Hon..lahle Francis .1.
Christie, Judge of the IBIoventh Judi-
cial Circuit in ami for Dade County,
Florida, at bis office in the County
Court House, at 9:25 A.M. on tin-
24th day of November, 1964, ..r as
soon thereafter as they may be
heard, for an order changing the name
,.f JORGE ANTONIO POErRAS to
GEORGE ANTHoNY PORRAH, bj
which name he shall thereaftei be
known.
I Mtted at Miami. Dade Count' I
Ida, this 2.1th day of s. pti nib
H HILDA MORA MARKS
s .Ii >RGE ANTl 'Nli i l'i lltl! VS
WHINTRAI'B, WEINTRAPH
& CRISTOL
:'i Northeast Flrsl A i
Miami 33131. Florida
Bj : A. JAY CRISTOL
10 :', 9, !'. -'
NOTICE TO
To All Creditors
Having claims or
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
iiuired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may havt against
the estate ..'' ABRAHAM L. FINE-
STONE deceased late of Dad.- Coun-
' iv. Florida, t" the Count> Judaei
,,f Dad.. County, and file Ihe same
in dunllcate and as provided In Sec-
tion "33.16, Florida Statutes. In their
offices in the County Courthouse in
Dade Count'. Florida. Within si\ ,-al-
I etidar months from the time ol tin
iii.-st publication hereof, or the same
I win in- barred.
Dat.l at Miami. Florida, this 2nd
day of October, A.D. 1961,
Rl'RYE B. FINBSTONE
As Administrate\
SAMI'I'l. S SMITH
Attorn.' for Vdmlnistratrlx
in- Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida
111 9. 16, '-':'.. 30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8366
THE Wl I.I.I A MSIU'KGH
SAVINGS BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN H. DABNEY. and DABNEY,
his il'.-. il in ii ii il. et al.
I '.t, ii,I.ml..
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti >: John H I iabne> and I 'ab-
ne>. ins '-. ife. if marrii d,
Residence '. nknoa n,
and n i. in.n ri,-d. theh unknown
If |lvl Ig, and if di ad, the
unknown heirs, devlseis, legate*
ui.ini.-.--. asslani'es, llenors, creditor
trustees "i iit!nr claimants claiming
by, through, undi r oi againsi anj ''
the ai...'. u.mi. I defi ndants ho an
ii. i ased.
You a-, herebj notified thai tin
: stltuted agalns: you In the Circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
..1 I-......Ill in and foi Dad.- County tu
foreclose ii ntortrfage upon the follow-
ing de.-.-i ii., .1 real propel t>
Lot I" Block 73 NORWOOD FIFTH
ADDITION SECTION TWO, ...
cording to Ihe Plal thereof, re-
, ..i.l.-d in I'lat Book 83 Page 109 ol
he Public :: >rd ul l Mide i 'ount>
Florida.
You an- required to file a responslvi
pleading to plaintiff's complaint with
m. clerk of the aforesaid Court, i.....
sei'e a COPJ thereof Upon plaintiff's
attorn.' MARTIN PINK, Dude Fed-
eral Building, Miami. Florida 83131,
not lain- than November 16, 19*4, or
a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED. October 12. 1N4.
E. B. LKATHisRMAN
clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal l By: K. M. l.YMAN
Depul) Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Dad. Federal Building
Miami. Florida 33131
In 14-88-SO, 11 'I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKI'.Y U1VKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
ii, business under tlie fletltloua name
i I IMPERIAL IMPORTS at 520 NAN
26th Street, Miami ::7, Florida, In-
tend In reglstei said name with the
Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BENNETT FASHIONS INC
A State ..i Florida Corporation
in 9, in. 83,
3 i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name Of
DBVRA-K1M STABLE, at 612 NW
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intend
t<> register said name with the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
'"'"'"I'KiiNMIIi R. Mi-Mtl.LKN
-, West Ftagler Stret, Miami, Fla.
OEORtlB NICHOLAS
618 N.W. 12lll Am-. Miami, Fla.
GEORGE NICHOLAS
Attorney for Applicants
618 N.W. l-il. A-'Hi.e M'aml, Fla.
B 1" 2, 9, 10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10202
NI iRMA VICTt 'Kl A GIRO de
POLTOt-
Plaintiff,
vs.
RAIL ltol.ANDo POUTOU
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RAUL ROl-ANlKi POCTiHJ
San Miguel No. 639 elilre-
M:,i-,|ii.-/ 4 lonzalez
y Lucerna
Havana, Cuba
YOB ARE HEREBY notified that
a Complaint for Divorce has been fil-
ed asralnst you, and you are hereby
required to serve u copy of your an-
swer to the Complaint on the. Plain-
tiff's attorney, LESTER ROGERS,
whose address Is 921 N.W. 14th
Street, Miami, Florida, and file the
original of the Answer in the office
of the Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial
Circuit in and for Dade County, Flor-
ida, on or iiefore the |nd dai "i No-
vember, 19(4, In default of which the
Complaint will be taken as confess-
ed by you.
DATED ihi- 10th day of Septem-
ber, 1964.
i: r. LEATHERMAN
Clerk Circuit C
By: K M l.YM \N
Deput) Clerk
10, 2,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64212
h RE Ssl it- of
MOLLY SBDLIK WEISS, a k a
MOLLY SBDLIK
De,-.-.'-. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors and All Persons Ilav-
Ing Claims or l>emnnds Againsi Said
Ei tali :
you notified and requir-
ed to presi in ..- lalmi. and demands
w iii, ii von mas have againsi the
estate of MOLLY SBDLIK WEI KM,
a k a MOLIA' SBDLIK deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, t" the Coun-
ty Judges of Da'.- Count', and file
the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in flection 7:',::.in. Florida Sta-
tutes, in thell offices in the County
Courthouse in Dad.- County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he haired
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 28th
day of September, A.D. I9iil
NATHAN SKDI.1K
As Administrator
First publication of this notiee on
the 2nd dav of Oct., 1964.
KENNETH M. MYERS OF
MYERS. HE'IMAN KAPLAN
Attorney for Administrator
lir,0 S.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida 33130
16/2. 9. K. 23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C10672
SANDRA L. FA I KCI.i ill I PAGE,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
RICHARD Al LBN PAGE,
I lei. n.lanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: RICHARD ALLEN PAGE
residence nnknown
You, RICHARD ALLEN PAGE are
hereb) notified that a Bill of Com-
plainl for Divorce has been filed
againsi you, and you are required t-
serve a cops of .'our Answer or Plead-
ing lo the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, HATTEN \
SALEM, t"i N.W. th Street, Miami.
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the offlt e of thi I I Ii
of the Circuit court on or before the
2nd da) Not mber, 1964, II yo
t.iil in ii.. so, judgment bs default "ill
I,,- tak. n agalns) ou for the relit f
lemanded in Ihe f Co lint
ill be publish. .1 ,.n. .-
phi 11 .1. i." i-'in consecutls i ". eks
in THE JEWISH FLl iRIDl W
Florida
I ii i.\i: AND lltl 'ERKI' at Miami,
\ D 191
i: l:. LB \ i"I IKR.MAN, i "lerk,
. rt, l' ol. Counts Florid i
(Circuit Con: I s. al i
Bj C P. CtH'EI.AND,
l leput.' i 'Ii i k
II \TII.N ,v SALEM
111.1 N.W .". 111 Slieet
Miami, I'l,.rid,i
10'2, 9. 16, 18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT1CK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business undej- the fictitious name
.,1 OOLDIBS I.llirolt STORK al 42211
N.W. ::_'nd Avenue, Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk ..t the Circuit Court of
l Mil.- Count} Florida.
EDNA RPRIN,
Sole I'Vller
LEON A EPSTEIN
iii' Lincoln Road,
Miami i I.. Florida
10 -'. 9,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 6S825-A
IN RE: Estate of
SO FIB KAKV
1 leeeased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR OISTPIIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE u hereby given that I
have filed a Final Report and Petition
fin Distribution and Final Discharge
as Executor of the estate ..f SOPIE
KARY, deceased, and that on the
180th day Of October. 1964, will apply
I to the Honorable County Judges ol
Dade Count.'. Florida, for approval of
said Final Report and for distribution
ami final discharge as Executor of
the estate of the above-named dece-
dent. This '-'ih da> of September,
1964.
JOSEPH ROHM, Executor
Estate "f B" iFIE K VR Y. I lei
Kl'RT WELLI8CH, Attornes
Estate ol Sofie Kary, Deceased
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MAYORS PROCLAIM H-WtiK
Metio Mayor Chuck Hall proclaims Hadassah Month for
Metropolitan Dade County "to seek the enrollment of addi-
tional members throughout the community to become active
pcr.kJpants in the great movement to unify the causes of
freedom and democracy." Left to right are Mrs. Gerald P.
Soltt, president of the Florida Region of Hadassah; Mrs. A.
Edward Cohen, president df Miami Chapter; and Mrs. Joseph
Milior., chairman of the Regional Membership Council.
Lefl tc right are Mrs. A. Edward Cohen, president of Miami
Chapter, Miami Mayor Robert King High. Mr;. Gerald P. Soltz,
president of Florida Region, and Mrs. Max Swartz. member-
ahij vice president of Miami Chapter, as Mayor High pro-
clc.j.r; Hadassah Month for his community.
Left to right are Mrs. Nat Barth, president of Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah, Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard.
and Mrs. Norman Meyers, membership vice president of Mi-
am: Beach Chapter of Hadatsah, as Mayor Richard proclaims
HcccEsah Month.
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bv ISABEL GRCVE
the
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"cJewish FJoridtian
Miami, Florida, Friday. October 16, 1964
Section B
SOUTHEAST REGION MOBILIZES FOR ACTION
Hadassah Seeks New Supporters
The charming bride-to-be, Rox-
a:ie Pillot, chose a yellow and
Mac* Mint linen sheath for the
lure,'on shower in her honor
last Saturday at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel.. Co-hostesses were
Mr- Norton (Gloria1 Pallot and
Ifn Richard (Sonya) Horwich
... I i-cor of yellow and white
car..- out in the two center
pit i one made up "f yellow
h'i. yellow carnations and
whtti mums, the other a hand-
be bridal doll surrounded
by ti glads, yellow carnations
an ney Gabai, guest of honor is the
daughter of Mrs, Charles Wig-
darn r and E. Albert Pallot
At:, oding the luncheon were her
mother, her sister Suzanne Pal-
lot. hostess Sonya's mother, Mrs.
Jack (Jean) Pallot, Mrs. Louis
(Gelt) Pallot, Mrs. Maurice
(Marilyn) Cromcr. Mrs. Casper
(Beulah) Pallot, Mrs. Harry
(Lillian) Schulman, Mrs. Milton
(Betty) Klein and daughter Car-
ol (Mrs. Hy) Roberts, from West
Palffl Beach, anil Mrs. Esther
Poppell.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Smith,
leaders in the Young Men's and
Young Women's Divisions of
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and Combined Jewish Ap-
ppeal, are on i 16-day tour of
Israel The Smiths, who live
Continued on Page 5-B
The nearly 10,000 women who
belong to the Florida Region of
Hadassah firmly believe that
membership in Hadassah is es-
sential in order to help preserve
the unity and the continuity of
the Jewish people.
The region, which comprises
sixteen chapters in the State ol
Florida and Puerto Rico, has
launched an extensive coordi-
nated membership campaign
following Ihe national theme.
"IladassahThe Record Break
ing Organization." Mayors in
each ol Ihe communities, includ-
ing the Mayoressa of San Juan,
have proclaimed Oct. 12 as the
beginning oi Hadassah Month.
Exciting news is the charter-
ing Of a new chapter in Cape
Kennedy which promises to have
a sizeable membership.
Main streets in Tampa, Clear-
water and other communities
have been renamed "Hadassah
Avenue" in celebration of the
campaign. Department stores
are cooperating with window dis-
plays depicting the work of
Hadassah. Hadassah Shopping
Bags are evident in many super-
markets, as well as on the arms
of Hadassah members as they go
cut in teams of two door-to-door
soliciting new members.
Documentary films a bout
Hadassah are scheduled to ap-
pear on local television stations,
as well as neighborhood thea-
ters. A taped tribute to Hadas-
sah by Israeli Ambassador Avra-
ham Harinan will be heard fre-
quently on local radio stations.
Carroll Baker, noted television
and movie star, will be seen on
television, making an appeal tor
membership in Hadassah. Miss
Baker is the wife of Movie Di-
rector Jack Garfein. who surviv-
ed ordeals in 11 different con-
centration camps. The region
has al 10.000 decals with the campaign
slogan in the shape of a record
to be placed on car windshields
There will also be billboards, anil
marquees ol hotels and super
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Friday. October 16, 1964
Pioneer Women's Chief Off to Confab;
Groups Here Plan Functions Next Week
+Jenisfi noridliar
M Milton Green, president of
Miami Council of I'ioneer.
men and member of the Nation-
: ,,ni. has been elected to!
.,.,\(. as Greater Miami's dele-j
. ,.tc to th;- Pioneer Women's eon-
,'..,.,, to the Southeast Region j
n Oct. -'5 and 2G at the Hilton
Sheraton Hotel in New York City,
ijrs. Cireen has been appointed
hairman of the Moetzet-Hapoalot
Lincheon on Oct. 25.
Mrs Green, in addition to her
. sition in Pioneer Women, serves|
. a vice president of the Federa-
;on of Jewish Women and a mem-
ber of the Federation Speakers j
Bureau.
She serves as an annual cap-
tain of United Fund and is an ac-
me member of Girl Scout Neigh-
iiorhood Council, national Bonds:
(or Israel Committee and Tech j
Dion Board. Mrs. Green will re-
mit on the conference on her re-
urn to Miami.
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club F.ilat, Pioneer Women's
Business and Professional Group,!
planning an evening on Satur-
lay, 8 p.m., in the Community
Koom of Washington Federal, at
1234 Washington Ave. M.B.
Mrs Sam Kovalsky, president of
r'ilat, appointed Mrs. Julius Hub-
i stein, vice president, as chair-
man of the evening. Arrange-.
ents for a musical program
have also been made. Proceeds
I the evening will go to the
hild Rescue Fund in Israel.
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Kadimah Chapter. Mrs, Fred
Bandler president, scheduled a
board meeting on Thursday. Oct.
Vj, at the home of Mrs. Celia Dick-
man, 1891 SW Mth St. Plans lor
ihe season's main fund-raising
events were to be on the agenda.
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Greater Miami Council of Pioneer
Women's annual Leadership Train-
ing Seminar will take place on
Tuesday. io a.m., in the Algiers
Hotel.
This year's theme. "A Happy
Marriage," will feature the 40
years of activity hand-in-hand by
Pioneer Women in the U.S.A. and
the Moetzet Hapoalot, working
women's council in Israel.
Mrs. Alfred Lichtblau, president.
of the Aviva Group, will chair the
morning session and workshops.
Mrs. Abraham Seltzer will chair
the brunch and the afternoon pro-!
gram. Mrs. Rose Byrum will pre-;
sent a musical program.
Greetings will be extended by |
Mrs. Green. Papers presented |
during the morning workshops will
be publicity and public relations, ]
Mrs. Leo Goldman; membership,
Mrs. Fred Sandier, president of
Kadimah; American Affairs, Mrs.
Jack Sills. Council vice president.
Speakers Seminar will cover four
important aspects of club work:
"How to Make a Pitch." Mrs. Jos-
eph Krantz, president, Club I:
"HOW to Introduce a Speaker,"
Mrs. Sara Kovalsky, Eilat presi-
dent; "Duty and Function of a |
Speaker. Chairman. Master of
Ceremonies," Mrs. Louis Sachs.
Coral Gables president; "Plan-
Page 3-E
Cardiac Unit Wants Members
MRS. MILTON GREEN
Miami Chapter 2, National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital, has set
a goal, of 100 new members for
its annual membership tea on
Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.
To be held in the cafetorium at
the hospital. 1475 NW 12th Ave..
he afternoon will feature enter-
tainment and a tour of the hos-
pital building. Chairmen are
Mrs. Jesse Glance and Mrs. George
Hoffman.
The group's monthly luncheon
and card party is scheduled for
Tuesday noon, Oct. 27, with all pro-
ceeds earmarked for the hospital.
The smorgasbord lunch in the
hospital's charter room will be
t prepared and served by board
members. Mrs.
chairman.
Irene Danzi-..
First regular meeting of th
chapter was held on Tuesday a!
ternoon, with Sam L. Scheer gues
speaker.
r.ing and Developing a Program." ,
Mrs. Celia Wolfson, vice president
of Aviva.
Invocation at the brunch will be j
by Mrs. Miriam Halperin, presi-
dent of Gold Meir Club. Program
will also include "That They Might
Sing and Dance." by Mrs. Lear
Notkin; "Impressions of an Israeli
Ship," Mrs. Anna Quaker, and I
"Eyewitness Report," Mrs. Moses
Meyer. Council vice president.
Dr. VJo!!so:> is Speaker
"Socrates" is the topic of a lec-
ture bj Dr. Abraham Wolfson be-
fore the Spinoza Forum lor Adult
Education, meeting in the auditor-
ium of Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave. on Thursday
mornings. 10 to 12 noon. Mu-ic
and a tape recording of "The
Clouds," by Aristophenes, will pre-
< cile Dr. Woifson's talk.
Planters Peanut
Oil Contest
Revealed Here
A new receipe contest has been
announced by the Planters Pea-
nut Oil Company. Favorite re-
cipes using the products may be
submitted to Miriam Field, Man-
na About Town. 12th Floor. 420
I.i xington Ave.. New York 17, N.Y.
If your recipe should be chos-
en to appear in Miss Field's
' Vlanna About Town" column, you
will receive $25 plus a donation of
$25 sent to the charity of your
choice.
Planter's Peanut Oil. a product
i Standard Brands, is prepared
c ireful rabbinical super-
vision, according to the manufac-
turers.S.T.
NEW fWv, KRAFT
WHIPPED CREAM CHEESES THAT SPREAD LIKE I CHIRM!
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\N ell, w hul great cooks mj readers
are! First of all, I want (o lhank
all the kind people who were good
enough to send in their favorite
recipes. Now Standard Brands,
the makers of Planters Oil and
Chase & Sanborn Coffees, are very
happy to send S25. in the name of
Mrs. Melon l actor of Brooklyn, to
Congregation B'nai Israel. And to
Mrs. Factor herself goes another
S25 for this delicious recipe, I hank
you kerj much, ivirs. Helen Factor.
More readers' recipes (and perhaps
yours!) will he Icaturcd in later
columns. Watch lor them.
55o 'O 'his "liii> dollar" apple
cake. It really is a winner!
MRS. FACTOR'S APPLE CAKE
2 cups ilicecl apples (about 2
medium sized apples)
1 cup su^ar
'. 3 cup Pltnlers Peanut Oil
1 egg, beaten
1VS cups unsifted flour
! teaspoon Royal Baking Powder
1 teaspoon bakmp, soda
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon salt
Vi cup taisms
C omhine dieed apples and Sugar in
ntising hi.nl. Let Mand III minutes.
Blend Planters Peanut Oil and egg
into apple mixture. I ombUM dry in-
gredients and add. mixing well, siir
in ruiMiis. Pour into greased 8-iueh
square pan. Bake in a moderate (.t50 K) -<5 lo -HI miniiies. or until
done. Let cool ill Binaries before re-
moTiog if11"' p."'- Makes one 8-inch
quart cake. You'll like it.
"Thirty-five is a iwj attractive
age," declared Oscar n ilde. "Lon-
don society is I nil of women of the
i try highest birth no Inn t,/ their
own free ihone, remained thirty-
live /or years."
JJint for hostesses: serve Mrs.
Factor's apple cake with fragrant
new Instant Chase & Sanborn
Coffee and instantly you're the
hostess with the mostest! You'll
find that new Instant Chase &
Sanborn has extra flavor, extra
aroma. Because the Chase &
Sanborn people use three pounds
of finest coffees, rich with Colom-
bian beans, to make just one pound
of this great new instant. As far as
instant coffee goes, vou've never
had it so good!
Do you know that >ou probably
walk over nine miles a day, just
walking from chore to chore in your
very own home? So just you put
y our feet up and enjoy that Chase &
Sanborn coffee break. You've
earned it, haven't you?
Now here are some flavory facts to
nibble with your next cup of In-
stant Chase & Sanborn. In the 15th
century coffee was so popular that
it was know n as "the Jew ish drink."
Coffee was introduced into Eng-
land by a Jew named Jacob. And
here, in America, Chase & Sanborn
have been brewing great coffee for
nisi one hundred years. That's
another reason whj Instant Chase
A: Sanborn coffee is BO good!
. / mil hy any other name smells
fust as sweet. So one will quibble
with Mr. Shakespeare about that.
Bnl when it comes lo foods, brand
names are important. II hen i Oil buy
Standard Brands products, like
Planters Peanut Oil, Chase &
lanborn ( oileesand Fltischmann's
\lw 'in me you know you're getting
the very best your money can buy,
II hy thouidyouever settle fee lest'
(>l course. Chase < Sanborn,
Planters OH and I lelschmann's
IMrgnrftM are made under careful
Rabbinical Supervision.
MANNA ABOUT TOWN
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Page 5-B
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
For the Artist, Her Material Comes First
The room i-
attached to the
mse li'- e an
>rthought. Ori-
. i illy, it n
e been intend-
' ed for o utility
Dom, a pi
,.i(. v .' es and cabinets
M t fusion of things
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ewife ii hfully acquires.
i.. y Edna Glaubman doesn't
i e tiling- ';:iat she does hue
i family to love and a nag-
g urge to :!ipose color and
on a bare bite canvas and
.c ii sing
finishi tinting hangs on
wall, rhe lines are fluid,
rs shadings of brown-mellow
ise. '' easel is a blue
I black ruea protest, a
It i- ml nished. The artist
provoke I ith herself. A
lerin. ith escapes her.
painting rooted in the
alized pa mired in the ab-
I pro-
\h, but begins every
morning,' I I Edna Glaubman.
I i eye- 9 I have seen too
much turnii ; inward. "As a
:nan. 1 am n ty five years
I'm sTill eager to learn, to
.row. Life nothing but ex-
perience, I lon't want to miss
i thing. I am after all, a mid-
dle-aged deltrtq tent"
From Childhood
According t Mrs. Glaubman.
she was born and bred in New
York and mellowed in Florida.
She has been painting since a
child. For four years, she stud-
E3NA tiLMIBMAH
artist's vision
icd at Parsons School of Fine
Art, where she was ultimately
to return as a teacher. She at-
tended the Art Students League
in Woodstock and New York and
has exhibited paintings at the
Julian Levy Art Gallery and in
traveling art shows here and in
Europe.
In 1861, her work was cited
with the Membership Award, in
1961 the Palm Beach Society of
Four Arts Channing Hare Award,
and in 1964 also, the Florida In-
vitational Show Award. Her
work is shown in many Florida
State Museums, the Cummer Art
il in Jacksonvillealso
thi Group Gallery in Jackson-
ville. Al pi! sent, her pain
ci n i al the Fontainbleau
on Miami Beach. This
in, Mrs. Glaubman expects
to i. ich draw i i ain for the
Art Council of the Lowe Gallery.
\\ th her husband, Maury J.
Glaubman, and her two sons. Rod
and Mike. Edna Glaubman lives
behind a little stone wall in a
white house in South Miami. In
New York. Mr. Glaubman was
the national director of the
Film, Television and Radio De
partment of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. Now
semi-retired, he is a consultant
on educational firms and tele-
vision programs for non-profit
organizations.
Reflection of Time
"All his life, he fights for the
minorities," said Edna Glaub-
man of her husband.
Son Rod plays bass for the
All Miami Youth Symphony, but
he also can plunk a mean guitar.
The older son, Mike, is a painter.
He has been described as a nat-
ural abstract painter of genuine
promise.
Presumably, art reflects the
tempo of the time. It is a trans-
lation of a human being's re-
sponse to the objective forces oi
his total surrounding. But when
an artist dares sifting, examin-
ing, taping his internal sources,
when he does not merely report
on world affairs but reveals dis-
tilled experience, then and only-
then does an artist sing.
Edna Glaubman is a brave
artist. With technique and total
commitment, she isolates the
moment and describes it with
color and line.
Projac/ing Feeling
"I'm involved with my mat-
erial first and then context."
said Mrs. Glaubman. "I become
immersed In the feel, smell,
manipulation of paint. To put
it to use is true excitement. My
second concern is to project a
feeling which others, if they can
look with their inner eye, may
participate in. I do not imitate
or use a model. 1 do not paint
a thing but even if an object is
discernible, my involvement is
with a feeling."
Edna Glaubman is a semi-ab-
stract artist in whose work many
see a gypsy, a wandering qual-
ity. Tiiis she attributes to be-
ing a Jew.
She says, "For me being a
Jew i- i fact. At present 1 am,
reading about Judaism, for 11
want to express my past in my
painting."
Edna Glaubman urges every-;
one to express themselves in |
their own way. Painting is a!
personal experience and there is
no good or bad. right or wrong, i
Valid Painting
"Each person brings his own;
self to the vessel. If he is hon-
e.-t with himself and not deluded,
then his painting is valid for
him. But you have to experi-
Socialite ... by Isabel C/
Continued from Page 1-B
on Hibiscus bland, are makim
th( ir first trip there.
Evelyn and Ben Clein. 7475 SW
i isth St., entertained at West-
Im.oke Count!;. Club on Satur-
day evening, Oct. 3, in honor of
son Michael and his fiancee,
Carol Hausman, who were to be
married the following day .
Ri eption followed the wedding
rehearsal and included the brid-
al party a I :ill out-of-town
guests. Miamians included Mr
and Mrs. Da. d Goldberg, grand-
parents ol Michael, and Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Markshe's Michael's
i father Irving Arnokl. one
ol Carol's um -. who traveled
in from the north, entertained
at the piano ail evening .
Since all of the Clein relative-
hail from the deep south, and
8ll of the Hausman relatives
come from the north, it was real-
ly a "Yankee-Rebel" party.
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Family dinner party hosted by
Ella and Hyman Mandel in their
home, at 1250 SW 17th St.. early
this month brousht together her
sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Dulitz, of New
Orleans, her niece Mrs. Mar-hall
Miller, wife of Rabbi Miller, of
Kansas City, and localises Coun-
cilman and Mr-. Hyman Galbut
with their four sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno
arc back at 4515 Sheridan Ave.
after an extended stay in the
northern home of their daughter
and son-in-law where she recup-
erated from major surgery .
Three adorable granddaughters
contributed to the speedy recov-
ery .
rove
Leonard and Rosalind Zilbert.!
North Bay Island, enjoying an!
extended vacation motoring to
New York. Kiamesha Lake and j
New Orleans beior returning to |
South Florida and home next \
week .
Good news for gourmets I
Victor and Anne Bidone. just
back trom their annual Euro-
pean vacation, are opening their
elegant Dc Continental Restau-
rant in Bay Harbor a little early
this season Wednesday Oct.
21. will be the first evening to
sample the many Bidone favor-
ites and the new tasty delights
brought back from the capitals
of the Continent.
Obligation Meet For JWY Post
Mrs. Dapar; Adelman, presi VltOB R'.l.
dent, Miami Beach Auxiliary, Jew- Mrs. Esther Gottfried, member
i.-h War Veterans, was to preside ship vice president, was to pin
;il the Obligation ceremonies of new members, and Mrs. Max S.
new members on Thursday, 8 p.m., Kern, national guard, was to ex
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In January this artist will
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whose International Art Gallery
evolved Horn their sale of a
Glaubman painting in 1962.
Inside the white house in
South Miami, there is a hint ol"
a free -pint in the random ar-
i i of furniture and
stylized, and
( verythin defies labelin espec-
ially the people who live there.
Glaubman has not com-
partmentalized her lite. Crea-
tivity is employed in everything
and everywhere. It is the sum
of her liie.
Nothing goes with
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Because Tetley is bright and
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In her middle years with "the
best yet to be," her gyp\\ eyes
are momentarily stilled as they
take in the hand-lettered sign on
her work table: ". give sense
to the vulgar, mysterlousness to
the common, dignity of the un-
known to the obvious, and a trace
of infinity to the temporal."
And one might add: Have joy
in the making.
Kivitt to Play
(Kmg Midas1
PTA of North Beach Elemen-
'ary School will sponsor two per-
formances of "King Midas and the
Golden Touch" on Monday. Oct.
26. at 3:30 and 7:30 p.m.
Ivan Kivitt. director of the Mer-
ry-Go-Round Playhouse, takes the
leading role, and John Ballard
portray- the Prime Minister.
Kivitt will come to the school
on Wednesday, Oct. 21.
Mrs. David Miller is PTA pres-
ident.
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TEMPLE Mcnoruh held its Is-
rael Dinner of State on Sun-
day niuht at the Fontainhleau
Hotel. Cocktails in the (iiei
Room preceded the dinner.
. hainnan for the evening was
M.uirice Revitz, and co-chairman
vas Sol Frankel. Mrs. Revitz's
gown mi a floor-length white
-atin, her hodice encrusted with
-cquins, rhinestones. and silver
i-aviar beads. Wide panniers in
black were lined with jewel-ton-
't fnehsta, Mrs. Frankel chose
n iik crepe formal with
,i li r.i Krr., lie w;.ist!ine. Her
\ ;;i.. i d, and her
klire........iided with sil-
. : : beaded fringe. Clust-
ers ol pink iridescent sequins on
her bodice added a touch of col-
or. Her sheath was softened
.\ith a lull-length pannier from
the back of the waist to the
floor.
The dinner honored Max
Krauss and Louis Reinstein. For
the occasion, Airs. Krauss was in
a shell pink silk crepe grown.
with clusters of crystal caviar!
beads embroidered on her bod-
ice. Mrs. Reinstein's black satin
gow n was also trimmed with
caviar beading. Rachel Abram-,
iwitz, witc of Rabbi Mayer,
Abramowitz, selected black and I
vliite in a tailored floor-length
ensemble. Her skirt was a
sheath, the jacket had full-
length sleeves, and her white silk
crepe blouse featured a peaked
collar. Mrs. Shimon Yallon. wife
f the Consul General of Israel,
.Mire a silver brocade gown with]
scooped neckline and a self-
fabric flower at one side of the
hip.
|y|RS. Carl Zwerner was in a
"black inatallasse gown which i
lollowed the sheath silhouette,
and featured plunging V decol-
etage. A white silk with a draped
neckline that followed the bateau
ine was Mrs. Jack Popick's
. hoice for the evening. Mrs. Al
Sherman wore a tan lame' gown
.\itli a tailored matching jacket.
An emerald green satin brocade
I i was Mrs. Alfred K.itz's se-
ectlon, with a wide panel in
back topped with a large bow,
.nd the fitted bodice had a modi-
fied bateau neckline.
Black silk chiffon was worn by
Mrs. Charles Dernis. The fitted
bodice oi her gown was of gold
brocade, and the skirt featured
a flowing chiffon panel tor add-
ed softness. Mrs. Alexander
Silverstein's ice pink chant illy
lace was rccmbroidered in pink
satin thread, and her neckline
was the sweetheart line. A
porcelain blue silk crepe sheath
was worn by Mrs. Morris Hock.
Her neckline was scooped, and
satin-lined bugle beads and
lhinestones encircled her waist.
M
RS. F. d ward Rothstein's
mauve silk organza featured
MISS HEIENE IEBOWITZ
Traurig, Jacobs
Exchange Vows
The former Mrs. Claudette Jac-
ibs became the bride of Leonard
Traurig on Wednesday. Sept. 30.
in Chicago.
The new Mrs. Traurig is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Backer, of Chicago.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Traurig, 2131
SW 15th St.. who were in Chicago
for the nuptials.
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cut lace in the bodice which was
detailed with crystals and a
square cut neckline. Seafoam
green covered with satin-lined
bugle beads was Mrs. Sam Mal-
low's choice for the evening.
Mrs. Al e Appel was in black with
bands of lace inserts. Mrs. Mil-
Ion Singer's black crepe sheath
featured black chiffon panniers
in back. A black satin slit skirt
v as topped with a sequined roy-
al blue k i't sweater by Mrs.
Jc-ome Kimmel.
On h.-r last trip to Israel. MT8.
Cella Recke-man purch ised the
black siik sheath which she
i-nOSC lor the evening. Mrs.
Sam Hehauser's taupe chant illy
lace w.is over mauve satin. The
tailored formal was Mrs. Jack
Rurstein's choice. In deep pink,
it had a long sleeved jacket and
a matching colored sequined
blouse. White reembroidered
ribbon lace, highlighted with
iridescent sequins, was worn by
Mrs. Leiber Ringer. Mrs. Kl-ie
Relsky combined black and pink
in vertical striped t-ffeta for
her formal. An a sy metrical
drape was the interesting back
detail of her sheath skirt. Mrs.
Lawrence Weston's sleeveless !
black sequin shell was worn over ;
a white satin floor-length skirt.
Singer Plans
December Rites
Mr. and Mrs. George Lebowitz.
SSS W. 17th St.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Hel-
ens Frances, to attorney J. Jerry
Zeltzer, son of Mrs. Ksther Zelt-
zer and the late Abraham Zelt-
zer, 1409 Lincoln Rd.
The bride-elect records for
Roulette Records and is known
professionally as Aileen Frances.
She is a graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High School and attended
Miami-Dade Junior College.
The future bridegroom is a grad-
uate of Wayne University, where
he received his BA degree, and
earned his LLB degree from the
University of Miami.
The couple plan a December
n edding.
CRT Chapter
Member Drive
Annual membership drive is get-
Og off to a good start, according
0 Miss Selma Resnick. according
hip chairman of the Miami Bus
* and Professional Chapter of
OUT.
hum a charter membership ol
R to 56, the chapter aims for a
membership of ion this year, A
'aunching membership tea and
octal is arranged for Thursdaj
vening, Oct. 22, at the home oi
I Mrs. Louis Krams. 4341 Sheridai
i Ave.. designated as member-bring
a-member night.
Miss Dorothy Turchin. program
chairman, is arranging a wig and
cosmetic fashion show, with live
models to be presented by the
. Ace Beauty Shop. .Miss Anita
Rivkin, social hostess, is arrang-
i ing the tea and social hour.
Standing (from left) are Mrs. Harold Thurman, chairman, Mrs
Samuel Simonhofi, president, and Mrs. David Shapiro, whe
delivered the invocation, at the Hebrew University luncheor
of the American Friends of the Hebrew University with (seat
ed from left) Miss Lillian Goodman, vice president and chair
man of the Society of the Women of the book, and Mrs. Anne
Brenner Meyers, member of the president's cabinet.
SHIMAN YALLON GUEST SPEAKER
University Women Hear New Consul
Zamora Women
Slate Classes
Rabbi llershel Brooks will con-
'net adult education" classes for
temple Zamora Sisterhood even
Wednesday from 10 to 12 noon.
Divided into six-week courses,
subjects will include Bible study.
Fewish heritage, traditions and
ceremonies, philosophy of Juda-
ism and beginners and advanced
' Hebrew.
Mrs. Harold Thurman presided
it the Hebrew University lunch
on of the Greater Miami Worn
en's Division. American Friends
>f the Hebrew University, this
week, with Shimon Yallon. Israel
Consul General for the Southeast-
ern United States, as guest speak-
er.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
eader of Temple Beth Sholom. in--
tolled new officers.
The capacity attendance includ
d several women who have chil-
Iren currently enrolled in the He
rew University. Invocation was j
elivered by Mrs. David Shapiro.,
t Hollywood, whose daughter and I
on both studied at Israel's insti-
ution of higher education. Many
f thi' guests present have spon-
ored scholarships at the univer-
sity, including Mesdames Trudy
[amerschlag, Sara Harris. Anna
Brenner Meyers, Jack S. Popick.
;icob Rifkin, Carrie R. Sapiro and
Vbrahaui 1. Usl mder.
Announcement was made of two
women who have recently been en-
rolled in the Society of the Worn
en of the Book, contributors ot
sl.OOO to the Jewish National and
niversity Library. In naming
Trs. Myers Harris and Mrs. Eliz
ibeth Zentler as the newest af-
i!ias. Rabbi Kronish recognized
ther Women of the Bock pres-
ent: Mesdames Gussie Amdur. An-
! a C. Corrsin, France: Entine. Jos-
' |h H. Epstein, Betty Feuer.
\bram Pox. Edythe ft Geiger.
Fannie Goldberg. Esther Good
van. Lillian Goodman, chairman
if the project, Trudy llamer
ichlag, Sara Harris. Anna Rren
ier Meyers, Nathan Nash. Harry
latoff, Jack s. Popick, Jacob Rif-
dn, Carrie R, Sapiro, Samuel Sim
onhoff, Carl Weinkle, Max WeitK
Mrs. Samuel Simonholf, pies
dent of the Greater Miami Won
ens Division, welcomed the nev
ly-en-olled members and invite'
members and contributors to th-
Women's Division to be her guest-
at the President's Reception w hie 1
will be held on Nov. 11.
Births In
Greater Miami
The former Joyce Stern, daug
ter of Rabhi and Mrs. Tibor I
Stern, and her husband. Rabbi A
en Genauer. have a baby daugfa
ter. Shira. born Sept. 18 in Sea.
He. Wash.
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each L-^hapter Csyes IKccorct cnieventent by c/Vov. _>(/ C__ - Nat Barth, president, and
Norman Meyers, niember-
p vice president of the Miami
;,', i, Chapter of Hadassah, an-
ijnce that a record-making
,' iership campaign will be
year from Oct. 12 to
Goal la 5.000 members
Miami Beach chapter.
vents have been plan-
this campaign. The en-
, ommunity will be alerted
. accomplishments ol
i has been spear-
led by the recent formation
Hadassah Group at the
|e Ants., on Miami
Beach. Significantly, this group
i- the sixteenth to become, part
of the Miami Beach Chapter, and
has been created in this, the six-
teenth year since the establish-
ment (it the State of Israel.
Mayor Melvin Richard, of the
City of Miami Beach, has ofli-
dally proclaimed the month ol
October as Hadassah Month.
During this month, I i one day.
the Famous thoroughfai Lin-
coln Rd.. will have its name
i je to Hadas >ah Road.
Fr 'in Nov. 9 to No\ 30, a no el
Numberella will be held with the
cooperation of outstanding mer-
chants in the community. Lucky
iebrew Univ. Professor
Mns '64 Medical Prize
pne of Hadassah's proudest
(htevements is its new medical
L -i at the Hadassah-Hebrew
diversity School of Medicine.
jc *;0 million institution, built
a plateau overlooking the
icient village of Ein Kerem,
asls 500 beds, with an outpat-
int Department that can care
i 250,000 patients a year.
The center includes schools of
ine dentistry, nursing and
i! school oi pharmacology, now
the process of construction.
Pri i Moshe Rachmilewitz,
oJ Hadassah-Hebrew Univer-
lt\'s Department of internal
edicine, lias been awarded the
M.; Israel Prize for Medicine.
B carries with it a special cita-
ion and a gift of 3.000. Prof.
Kchmili i-itz also is dean emeri-
K of the Hebrew University-
jidassah Medical School.
B'l'hc citation lauds Prof. Rach-
ilewitz for having given "a life-
me of service to Israeli medi-
jne" as a physician, scientist
[ml "model educator" who has
ained several generations of
ioung physicians. It also stresses
hi- contributions to solution of
Kublic health problems.
I Prof. Rachmilewitz has been
ictive in a number of interna-
tional organizations and agen-
es, and is now serving in the
Soviet Union on a World Health
Organization mission.
I In 1963, he was chairman of
a Symposium on Nutritional
Anemia at the International Con-
ference of Haematology in Lis-
fcon. He is president of the
hsian and Pacific Society of
fclaomatology. which will hold its
phird congress in Jerusalem in
ugust. Since 1960, he has head-
id the Israel Association for
taematology and Blood Trans-
itions.
Prof. Rachmilewitz' research
PROf. MOM RACHUIUWITZ
has centered on the metabolism
of Vitamin B-12, on Mediterran-
ean fever, various liver diseases
and the mechanisms regulating
blood creation. Recently, he has
been concentrating on nutrition-
al anemia, which he has studied
in Israel and in Burma.
Born in Mskislavi, Russia, in
18119, Prof. Rachmilewitz receiv-
ed an MD degree in Berlin in 1925,
and settled in Palestine the fol-
lowing year. Subsequently, for
four years, he engaged in re-
search and clinical work as the
Emanuel Libman Fellow in New
York, Hamburg, Vienna, and Am-
sterdam. In 1931, he became
senior physician in Hadassah's
Department of Internal Diseases,
and eight years later he was ap-
pointed head of Hadassah's De-
partment of Internal Medicine.
He has been a full professor of
the Hebrew University-Hadassah
Medical School since 1952.
n
Hadassah members will win
beautiful gifts to be displayed in
store windows lor this three-week
period. The following stores are
participating in the Numberella:
American Savings and Loan
Association, Designed lor Living
t Surf Side), Flower House (Surf-
- i!ei. K u r 1 a n d e r s, Maison
Blani lie. Sandra Post. Kay Pot-
ter Undei fashi n Saki Fifth
Ave. i Lincoln Rd. shoe Rack,
-ii fsi B< rti nbonicres,
netic and Sundry
Shop,
'i v o 'v lo displaj -. felling
the Hadassah Story," have been
exhibited in Burdinc's and the
Miami Beach Federal Savings
and Loan Association (Normandy
Isle)
November will be a buy
month on the Hadassah social
calendar The first event being
planned is a tea to honor three
and four-generation Life Mem-
bers. On Nov. 13, Temple
Emanu-El and Temple Beth
Sholom will highlight Hadassah
at Friday evening services. On
Nov. 20. the same theme will be
repeated at Friday night services
at Temple Menorah and Temple
Nor Tamid.
The culminating affair of the
membership campaign will be a
giant membership rally on No-
vember 30 at the Deauville Hotel.
Four-thousand members of the
Miami Beach Chapter will as-
semble "to rejoice in that which
we create." Mrs. Henry B. Wer-
nick announces the program for
the afternoon will be a style
show by Jordan Marsh, an ad-
dress by Mrs. High Salpeter, na-
tional membership chairman, and
the presentation of the Myrtle
Leal Award to an outstanding
citizen of Dade County.
Arrangements chairmen are
Mrs. Maurice Cahn and Mrs.
Henry B. Wernick.
Mrs. Jack Doris is publicity
chairman.
Left to light are Mrs. Nat Barth. Miami Beach Chapter pres-
ident; M. Saul Katz, national organization chairman; Mrs.
Norman Meyers, Miami Beach Chapter vica president, mem-
bership chairman; and Mis. Maurice Cahn. Miami Beach
Chapter organization vice president. Over 200 coordinators
and group chairmen took part in an institute at the Algiers-
Hotel on Monday, Oct. 5, with Mrs. Katz presiding.
Youth Aliyah Saves
Generations of Future
Youth Aliyah. the internation-
al child welfare movement, is
preparing to absorb 25.000 chil-
dren and youth from Norm
Africa, Iran and Eastern Europe
within the next five years
Ibis was disclosed by Mrs.
Max Sehenk, Hadassah's nation-
al i hairmaa for Youth Aliyah
Hadassah, the Women's Orgi m
zation of America, conducts pro-
grams ei youth rehabilitation
and odtMUitton through its \
ai in.
In diftcuaaiog the work ol
Youth Ai'\.:h. Mrs. Sehenk said
that sine-.- -.is inception in 1934, |
Youth Aliyah has rescued, re-
habilitated and educated more
than 112,000 young people from
72 countries.
We assume that immigration
from North Africa and other
Middle Eastern countries will
Brandeis Vocational Unit
Adds New Departments
Two new departments have
been opened at Hadassah's
Brandeis Vocational Center in
Jerusalem. Mrs. D. Leonard
Cohen, national chairman of
Hadassah's Vocational Educa-
tion Committee, announced.
They are a tool and die-making
department in the precision in-
struments school and a photo-
offset department in the print-
ing school. Mrs. Cohen said that
the tool and die-making depart-
ment is the first of its kind to
be installed in a vocational
school in Israel.
The grant was made by Israel
LOCAL DRIVE ENCOMPASSES GREATER MIAMI
Hadassah Seeks New Supporters
Ministry of Commerce and In-
dustry.
Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson, na-
tional president of Hadassah.
and a delegation of Hadassah
leaders recently participated in
dedication ceremonies for the
tool and die-making and photo-
offset departments.
Peretz Hamburger, director of
the Vocational Education Divi-
sion of Israel's Ministry of Lab-
or, told the gathering that the
two fields in which the Brandeis
Vocational Center engages, met-
alwork and printing, symbolize
the material and the spiritual.
He commended Hadassah for
opening these two departments
and said he was sure this would
serve as an example to other
vocational schools in Israel.
Continued from Page 1-B
markets saluting Hadassah's
membership campaign.
For the first time in the his-
Itory of the region, four chapters,
Tampa, Sarasota, St. Petersburg
and Clearwater, will hold one co-
ordinated, culminating member-
; ship function in the form of a
"Myrtle Wreath Awards Brunch"
[at the Port O' Call in St. Peters-
burg on Oct. 28. Some 1,500
women arc expected to attend.
[Myrtle Wreath Awards will be
| made to five outstanding per-
sonalities for special achievc-
Iments in their respective fields.
iThe event will be preceded by
prince motorcades from the four
^communities.
Mrs. E. J. Evans, former na-
tional vice president of Hadas-
sah, and the wife of the present
mayor of Durham, N.C., will be
guest speaker at the Port O' Call
function, as well as at culminat-
ing membership events in Polk
County (Lakeland) on Nov. 4
and Ft. Lauderdale on Nov. 5.
The Palm Beach, Daytona
Beach and Orlando Chapters
will all culminate their drives in
November. Miami Chapter will
conclude on Nov. 16 at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel, with Rev. Nan-
cv Forsberg as guest speaker,
and the Miami Beach Chapter
will hold its event on Nov. 30
at the Deauville Hotel with Mrs.
High Salpeter, national member-
ship chairman, as guest speaker.
There will also be "Free Park-
ing Days" in many shopping
areas throughout the state for all
cars bearing Hadassah record
decals on their windshields.
Every Hadassah member se-
curing five new members will
receive a Myrtle Leaf charm,
and the women in each group or
chapter bringing in the most new
members during the campaign
will he awarded a jeweled achiev-
er pin.
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz is presi-
dent of the Florida Region and
Mrs. Joseph Milton is regional
membership chairman.
MRS. D. LEONARD COHEN
MRS. MAX SCHENK
continue through the 1960*8," slM
said. During the '60's, Youth
Aliyah must therefore continue
the absorption of children and
youth."
Mrs. Sehenk pointed out that
Youth Aliyah faces a great and
challenging task." although "no
one can foresee how and when,
the immigration will take place,
nor can its scope be controlled."
She added, "we have reason.
to hope that in view of the 'thaw
that has set in between the
world's two blocs there will be
greater understanding in East-
ern Europe for the point of view
that the best solution for the
Iron Curtain country Jews lies
in their emigration to Israel."
Mrs. Sehenk said that "this im-
migration should be based on
the principle of reuniting fami-
lies. Youth Aliyah will absorb
these young people, providing
them with Jewish education, as-
well as theoretical, vocational
and agricultural skills in order
to bring about their full integra-
tion into our society."
Mrs. Sehenk said that Youth
Aliyah has had a "positive ex-
perience in handling children
from Eastern Europe.
They come to Youth Aliyah
equipped with an excellent gen-
eral education," she said, "but
they lack Jewish values, and a
is up to Youth Aliyah to pro-
vide them with this at all rea-
sonable speed.
"Youth Aliyah has had to over-
come great difficulties not only
in building anew the world of
these youngsters, but also in .
gaining the understanding and.!
trust of their parents and rela-
tives."
Since its inception in 1964. Youth
Aliyah has brought to Israel, re-
habilitated and educated more
than 112.000 young people from
72 countries.


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David Pinski
Oneg Shabbat
Max B. \>u>r, president, David
:'i iski K<>ik School, announces its
ir-t Oneg Shabbat <>n Friday, 8
p.iU.. at Um I'.uban I Zmwat Cul-
ure Center, 812 Wushinylon Ave.
I.mi..s Lasavin, principal of the
ichool, iil speak on bis recent
to Isi i. Community sing
ng in Hebrew and Yiddish will be
i)\ musical director Ben
Vomen.
I.. Ereshme ;t will be served.
New law firm
Sidney Efronson and A. Bud '
Sutler have formed a partners
;or the general practice ol law
under the name ol Cutler & Klron-
-on. Both men were admitted to
,ihc in 1350 aj)d Jjave Jiejjp
ctive ci mmunity lead.;!-.
la moment at the Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner of State
be presentation of the coveted Award of Honor to Louis FJcrtwr-'^UI
a (second from left) and Max Krausr, (second from
by Israel's newly-appointed Consul General to the
J.tern Region of the United Slates Shimon Yallon (cen-
]oining in the presentation ceremonies were Maurice
nil (left), Temple president and dinner chairman, end Sol
inkel (right), dinner co-chairman. The dinner was held last
evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
temple Menorsh Bays $251,300
e to Idresses by is
sul Gi neral Shimon Yal-
ongressman Claude Pepper,
i Mayer Abr im iwtta, of Tem-
irah, and Temple Presi-
i .lauriee llevitz, members ol
If i- Menorah la.-t Sunday even-
JB; -.i.-irked the 15th anniversary
of Temple and the 16th anni-
vei "1 Israel'.-, statehood with
an urn '.i -late of Israel
Be r irenase.- totaling $251,300.
Ml'--- dinner al the Fontainebleau
Ht,- ; l the scene of an
ani i Lou Poller that
the 'ii V.i "mil Bank would
Jt-. .. SV>:>,m> worth of Israel
ii honor of the occasion.

I A opacity crowd of some 500
p joined in honoring Tem-
pi Menorah leaders Max Krauss
Ar:l i ouis Reinstcin for their
Krvicet to the Temple, the com-
^Kumty and Israel.
I(i: ioi leaders taking part in the
pr, U(.|-.. So! Frankel, dinner
CO nan, and Mrs. Eisie Bel-
sir president of the Sisterho id.
:Pv audience heard reassur-
a*,, mi both Congressman
Pep; -r and Yallon on the seeur
itj ;.ul Pepper emphasized
hi- i I..-I that the United States
gtn< -ir ,ent would support Israel
gg>.i.- any atj'-jressor. -Anyone
v ho strikes a blow against It el
.-Hikes a b! v a ;ainsl the Unite l
s."
Mr. Yallon outline I Israel's
major problem as threefold: one.
development of natural resources,
particular!) in the Negev; two,
the absorption ol immigrants,
many of whom -came out of stone-
age communities;" and three, the
m cessitj ol Israel's belonging to
real new modern societj ol
-eier.ee.
A colorful ceremony was the
kindling ol Israel's Menorah of
i it< tii od conducted by Rabbi
mowitz. Participating In
the ceremony were Mr. anil Mrs
Isadore Drell. Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Mr. and Mrs. Morris C.
Bi r er, Mr an I Mrs. Jacob A.
Burstein, VIra. Sou.a Danovitz, Mr.
;, uis De Coveny, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Graubart, Mrs. Belle
Hirseh, Mr. and Mrs. Julius lies
nick.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schiffnian
Mr. and Mrs Charles Sommer.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham I. Island-
er. Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Wes-
ton. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Appel, Mr
and Mrs. Oscar Heeker. Mr. and
Mrs Jack Troy. Mr. and Mrs
Maurice .1. Weiel, Mr. and Mrs
I Abraham Selecoff. Mr. and Mrs
Rubin Zerlin. Mr. Isaac Hirseh.
Realtor of Year
On MJcsmi Beach
Leo Else ist fin, past presidenl
and trustee ol the Miami Beach
Board ol ReaI1 i n named
' y the Aw ards Committee as the
Bi a d'- 1964 Ri Itoi ol the Year.
Selecti n as made for his real-
tor activity locally and state
v. .de. as well as for his active in-
[i re it in communitj affairs.
Eiseritcin spearheaded an ad-
vertiting program which result-
ed in a special institutional-type
cf advertising campaign spon-
sored by the five real estate
boards in Dade County.
Eistenstein's name will be sub-
mitted by the Miami Beach Board
if Realti rs .i- its nominee to the
Florida Association of Realtors
Realtor of the Year contest.
'Ibis yeai 's state winner will be
name I at the close ol the FAR's
I8lh annual convention in Tampa
from Oct. i;> through it.
Synagogue Has
Youth Program
A new youth group has been
irganized at the Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue. Open to
ollege students, the co-ed organi-
, zation will also accept girls who
' are juniors or seniors in high
ichooL
Sessions will be held on Sundays,
; 10:3 in the Y nth Hall
i| l.he synagogue, with local rab-
' is sen in di scussion leaders.
chaii., "M are Daniel Aranoff
ind Tiki Stern.
H on Oct. is will be "Ex
'remism in Religion, Virtue or
\ ice?"
The has also introduc-
d a Ta'mud class scheduled to
>el on Mundi] enin at 8
.ii. Rabbi 'filer II Stern, an
'nor and Taimudic scholar, will
lead t!'" hi|>. Firs) session was
teld Oct. 12.
examination for Diabetes
Judaea Conclave
At Ner TamSd
Temple Ner Tamid will be bead
; uteis for Young Judaea this
weekend when Judaeans from all
iver the South Florida area gather
' for the first senior conclave of
the season.
Theme for the weekend is "Poli-
tics and the American Jew." in
keeping with the upcoming na-
tional election. All phases ol Jew-
-h involvement in American poli-
ics will be explored in workshops
and discussion groups.
Also slated tor the weekend is
Cull i i m ol [ames, Israeli
lancing md singing, participation
I ,. [n reli |ious sei \ ices and
i soecial Saturday night hi
..uny
ii:,. || ekend the schedule
v< ill alo include a (amp Judaea
n union. Camp Judaea is the
dae n c imp in He
nville, N.C.
Co iclave is under the
and supervi on ol Frank Farben-
loom, citj director ol i
rudaea. assisted bj lay men bers
of ZO \ and Hadassah's V
Commission.
Ma'iM Beach Medical Center
ill offer free examination for
1! senior citizens for Diabetes de-
letion o" Sundav, io a.m. to G
p m.. at 1218 Washington Ave.
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Oct. 21st
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In Your Home, Synagogue or Hof'
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RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224
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of the Food Fair at 3185 ab<- the Order of Merit given to ':r.cheor. is being dent
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To be Honored
Rabbi Hershel Brooks, of Tem-
pi'- Zamora, announces that the
laj evening ia'<- lervicei and
(meg Shabbal will honor the fol-
low new member-
Mn Sara Braun. Mr. and Mrs
Gregory J-Vchman. Mr. and Mrs.
M.Iton Klein. Mr. and Mr- Irwin
Lechowitz Mr and Mrs. Eli Nak-
Mr and Mn Irving New-
rk Mr and Mn Louis Specter,
Ur and Mrs Jack Sklov.
Mr and Mr- Jerome Tait Mr.
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Traegi Ur and Mrs
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Gary Krevat
i Tibor H. Stem will of-
|, .it the Bar Mvlzvah of
son ol Mr. and Mis. David
|;,t. iii.i Lenox Ave., on Sat-
morning, Oct. 17, at the
C. Cohen Community Syna-
eifihth grade student at Ida
ishcr Junior High, the cele-
is active in sports and in-
Ued in mechanics and elcc-
terested in all major sports.
Mrs. Israel Hoffman and Mrs.
Annie Gordon. Spencer's grand-
parents, will be present for the
occasion.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall follow-
ing the service and at a reception
Saturday evening at the Doral
Country Club.
P ircnts in honor of the occasion
at the Algiers Hotel on Sunday
! vemn
* 4
Brian Zalis
Brian Alan, son of Dr. anil Mrs,
Daniel Zalis, 10235 W. Broadview
Dr., will be Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday, Oct. it, at the Hebrew
Academy. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross will officiate.
An eighth grade honor student
at the Academy. Brian is a mem-
ber of the Science Club and He-
brew Academy Choir, and was a
winner last term in the Dade
County Science Fair.
Out-of-town guests will include
his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Glasser, of Baltimore,
Aid.
Kiddush in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah will take place following
the ceremony, and a reception will
be held Saturday evening at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Friday evening, a reception will
be given at their home by Dr. and
Mrs. Zalis.
nts of the Bar Mitzvah will
urn at the Kiddush follow-
ihe ceremony and at a re-
[i il dinner at the Deau
! on Sunday.
Linda Sneider
a, daughter of Mr. and
Richard Sneider, kid m;
:!-.. will observe her Bas
i ,' i idaj evening, Oct. m.
regation
Max A. Lipschitz, aim I n
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum offi-
a ha Itei led Beth
his School fur the past live
.ind :- a member ol the
School graduating cl.i-
. Sneider serves as president
[o congregation, is a past pres-
of the Men s Club, chairman
Building Committee, chair-
of trustees, and vice presi-
at large. Mrs. Sneider serves
ce president in charge of
bership for Sisterhood,
indparents attending the
ii'ony will be Mrs. Esther San-
and Mrs. Jean Sneider.
Spencer Gordon
Ir Irving Lchrman will offi-
M<' at the Bar Mitzvah of Spen-
cef, on of Mr. and Mrs. William
^Joon, on Saturday morning.
17, at Temple Emanu-El.
encer attends eighth grade at
Stilus Junior High, and is in-
Linda Hill
Linda, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Hill, 1051 NB 176th Tor..
observed her Bas Mitzvah al Beth
Torah Congregation on Saturday,
Oct. mli.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz officiat-
ed and presented the celebrant
a Bible < behalf of the
Mollie Kal aner S erhood.
Linda has attended Beth Torah
i i r th1' past '
; was raduated from
Di ncnl tin- I BSt
* *
Abbey Berl \ir s Murray Berkowitz,
, ,,,:- ol th" Coronet Hotel in
Miami Beach, and the Promenade
Hotel, Long ". ach, N.Y., celebrat-
ed the Bar Mitzvah ol their son,
., at the Promenade on Sat-
urday. Sept. 3.
Mayor Richard
At Emanu-El
Melvln .1. Richard, Mayor ol
Miami Beach, v. ill be guesl speak-
er at the Youth and U V ser-
and breakfast at Temple
Emanu-El on Sunday morning.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
the Ti tnple, will intro-
ice Richard, who wfil
ak on "International V
'i he bi j and
. .. ni. .:i Friedl tnd I bapel tor a
idj iurn
Hall for breakfast.
ml breakfast is under
the p i 'n'' Youth
mmission he ided by Mrs. Mur-
ry Maisel. Marshall Baltuch i-
director of the United Synagogue
youth groups.
YOU ARE INY5TED
to MEET, SEE and HEAR
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Lrli-i- uK
H
Robert Lilienfeld
Bar Mit/vah of Hubert Jeffrey
Lilienfeld, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Al Lilienfeld. will be celebrated on
Saturday, Oct. 17, at Temple Sinai
of North Dade. Rabbi Daniel
Lowy and Cantor Chet Gale will
officiate.
In addition to attending Temple
Sinai Religious School for the past
six years, Robert is an eighth
grade student at John F. Kennedy
Junior High School. He plays the
viola. His favorite sport is golf,
and he is an active member of
the Coin Club at School.
A reception is planned by his
WKAT-FM
from BRAHMS
Schwartzmcn
To be Speaker
-The Bridge Between America
and Iracl" will be the subject of
a talk by Louis Schwartzman,
executive director, Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, on Thursday even-
ing. Oct. 22. 8 p.m.
The address is planned for a
meeting of the Greater Miami
Region of B'nai Zion, American
Fraternal Zionist Organization,
and will be held at the Washing-
ton Federal Auditorium, 1234
Washington Ave.
President of the group is Sam-
uel A. Reiser.
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
Free Loan Group
Annual Meeting
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Association held its annual
meeting on Sunday evening in
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, 1234 Washing-
tun Ave.
President Isidore Schwartz con-
dueled the bu.-iness agenda, which
included reports on the organi-
zation's summer months, the new-
ly instituted "Mother Gordon's
Blood Bank" and a service "Emer-
gency Fund."
Confirmation Club
At Beth Am
Post-Confirmation Club of Tem-
ple Beth Am held its monthly
brunch on Sunday morning in the
Youth Lounge. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard met with the group.
Attending were Barbara Harri-
son, Sharon Kurland, Michael
Leone, Jane Michaels. Jack Gold-
stein, Jack Gunther, Lizabeth Dia-
mond. Sherry Gillis, Patty Abel,
Irene Koffman. Helen Fruitstone,
Ellen Altschuller, Sandy Gold-
stein, Carole Kaye, Myra Wexler,
Ted Silver, Jud Marcus, Gary
Kronengold, Jeffrey Rosenberg,
Harold Sanes, Phillip Levy, Leo
Cowan, Sharlene Malin, Karen
Engel and Joan Keller.
Club is open to anyone in the
Temple who has been confirmed,
and has a varied program of en-
tainment and business meetings.
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE
FOR VICE-PRESIDENT
Monday, Oct. 19
12:45 P.M.
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
PEP ARENA ADJACENT
TO EATON DORMITORY
**********
2:00 P.M.
MIAMI BEACH
CONVENTION HALL
"SAVE SOCIAL SECURITY RALLY"
DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY
TO HEAR THIS DYNAMIC STATESMAN
DURING HIS IMPORTANT
CAMPAIGN VISIT TO DADE COUNTY.
**********
VOTE FOR JOHNSON-HUMPHREY
ON NOVEMBER 3rd
"The Stakes ore too High for You to Stay at Home"
Paid for by the Dade County
JOHNSON HUMPHREY CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE)
**************


Pifckff. October 16. 1964
+3eist Fkrrtfrr
Friday, Qztober j. .
Works of art by Mrs. Morris Skop will constitute a one-man
show at Temple Beth Shirah. opening Sunday.
Mrs. Skop Will Show Art Works
Mr- Morris A. Skop. wife ol
Rabbi Skop of Temple Beth Shirah.
. present, under the auspices of
the Art Commil'ee of the Ed>ica
liOD Department, a "one-man
on Sundaj at Beth Shirah.
- n :20th SI from 7 to 10
Mr and Mr- Bernard I-1
Par
", cbi the <
: it! rill eon-
- jn oil and
-..' culpl it < in marble,
e and 1 ei mk -. and u
tei ol bal md p r-
.. ol >.<.-.
itudied with Saul
trator of Bib-
. theme- an-l it the National
n. She
1 lor 01 E '
the I'nivei I i Miami and
honor grad l< 1 lew-
ol I T( U 1
I art in the D
Mr^ Skop erved as vice prei-
dent ol the Orlando Association of
Art a no" received a First Award
in Portraiture at the Norton Gal-
lerj ol Art m Palm Beach during
the Florida Federation of Art
Show She ij now directing the
le rial '. and Crafts Depart-
menl al Beth Shirah her
'I.- m first prize in the Gn
er Mi in B ire 111 ol Jewish Ed i-
/n Art Content with tne pro-
fit 1 he en 1 riot I Israel,
ma'.'- spun gli
pieces ill be
on display, open to the public
r 10 a m to .", p m 1 .
rday ami Sunday.
Dade Heights Seminar
ir Citizens ol Dadi 11
will meet on Sunday, 1:30 p.m.,
it 1 '' I 1
torium I N'E H37th Si The
group 1- ted with the Na-
tional State I ouncil.
Beth Shirah
Will Expand
,rman.
"
ed this week
il
educational "
is facility -
the N irserj K
ard 1. :'- Depart-
Thin' Advisory Council, headed
by Dave Bendcll. ha., approved
the plans, -r.d date for the ground-
breaking will be announced next
week.
Temple Beth Shirah was found-
ed July. Ml by Rabbi Morria A
Skop and Cantor Herman K. Gott-
lieb in the Recwutructkmisl ideo-
l,i> The Temple is affiliated
with the National Reconstruc-
tion^ Foundation, as well as the
L'nited Synagogue of America,
which directs the Southern Re
gion of L'nited Synagogue Youth.
active young people', organization.
In three year-. Temple Beth
Shirah ha- built it- Sanctuary and
- csal Hall, ha- a daily Nursery-
Kindergarten under direction ol
;- Jerry Schulman and a -taff
..I five teachers, a dailj Hebrew
School 'i U boys and girls, many
and
257
- and girls
igh con-
Th'- meets
. Wednes
>n Sunday with
'-:. teacher of Amen-
ran Jewish historj and a mem-
culty in Dade County
school 'ystem The Temple Teen
a.. Gti meets S indays trom
7 to 9 p.m., at the Temple, under
the di on of Leonard Bendell.
1 ti be Le< leren-
son Dave Sehaechter 1- co
chairman.
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making ceremonies for
the nev. 500-un.t hi-ri-e rental
rkview Island. Miami Beach.
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Gordon, developer of the Park-
ie Point Apartmen--. stated that
the $3.5 million twin building- will
be designed ith the entire fam-
ilj m mind
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tor the in -actor.
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Mori Zimr-
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daring a hot1
Rabbi Morn* -. k 1
lecture on the
Judaism. "Strar. -
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Plans for
sions of adult
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Hth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ND!
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR'OA.
IN CHANCERV
No. 6-C "?82
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LEGAL NOTICE
the i'.'111111:11111 will be i
(,--,,i by you.
DATED Hii- Ulh > "
B H LRATHEHMAN.
Clerk of Ih. Cln ull i
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By: K M L-YSI \N'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni.TH K IS Mi RKHY i
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October 18, 1964
+Jenlfi Mcrfdfor
Paqe 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFV^NTH .HOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 11023
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DADE COLNTY, FLORIDA.
IN C-iNCERY
No. 64C -0471
M 'I.AM),
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A I IIERT ANTMii.W CERVELI.I,
I ll fondant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: Al.IIKRT ANTHONY t'KHYEI.I.I
Hull, i Street
W'.-ii.. r>. Ixma '-' inl, N v
Vou, ALBERT ANTHONY CER-
VELI.I, .ii hi i hj i.....ii. il Dim a
Hill of Complain! for Bit...... has I..,M
filed avaiusi you, ami you ;*:> l'i -
iiutred i.i ser\ ropt of yo r \n- |
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plalnl on lite I'lalntll fi nrney,
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Thin nolle shall he puhli.' hed "i......
. urn week for four >n eul i- ivc.k.-
in Till: JEW ISM FI.OItlDI \\
DONE AM' iRDKRED ill .Miami.
Florida, thin illh day ol October A.l>.
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LKATHHRM \\. Clerk.
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Bchreiber,
and
her
ill name being
\l BU8CH and
Bl .-'ill. his wife;
,.\ Ii\ lug, and if
having or claim-
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reinafter described real estate,
ng and being In Dade County,
lorkja, nantel) nd to-wlt:
Lot 12, Block i. FLORIDA CITY
til tNuii, being .i part <>f the sub-
glitiaion ol the North 3,1 of the
>WU of the M-U of Section 26,
I'ownbhlp SI South, Range :ii
^ -.I. according to plat filed No-
umber 4. L'-'. recorded in Plat
u.ok 22, page C:-. Public Records
.; Dad* Count)', Florida;
i- heirs, devisees, grantees, suc-
'cssors, creditors, trustees, re-
. ivers, guardians, executors or
tuminlstraton, or other olaim-
bota by, through and/or under
(he ^ld defendants,
AM) kai tl of TOU ARK
ELY notified that a Complaint
et Title to the above described
1y has been filed against VOU
v i ause, and .vou are required
an answer to said oontplaint
the Plaintiff attorney, J.
|ll> UEBMAN, S3J North Krome
Homestead, Florida, and file
tiriginal answer In the office of
L'le.'k of the C:r .it Court of Dade
.. Florida, on or before Sith
t). tober, 164.
i:. B. I.KAIIIKKMAN,
.. rk o( tin 'Ircull nit
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HE COUNTv JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FlORiDA. I\ PROBATE
No. -i34-C
K-t.il.
.m \ I Rl'DNICK,
Bi ,-aiwd
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
..it.-. ml All Persons
claims ntands Agumst
' tail :
,,. hereh) notified and re-
,i i ii claims ami de-
. H a \., may have agalnnt
ate .,: IIH.N \.\ll.\ F. RL"1>-
. used lute of Bade Count)
in iii.. County -i 11 i
hi y, and file the Bame in
. led In Section
, oridii -. in tlii-ii !
11 Courtliouse In
.. l'i.....la, within i-i\
months mil thi tin "i
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tl ,- b.i
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11, tuber, A l 1964.
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SIBVKRMAN
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NOTICE TO CREUITOrta
THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
|JUDGE IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. F-ORIDA: IN
PROBATE iNO. 63,817-B
RK KSTATK 'I
1AHAM U BKOP,
l>e .-.i-.-,l
ah Oredltors, l-egatees, Pisit-i-
ainl Pi Having Any
ins or Demands Against Said
iii :
mi and each of you are hereby
If i-d that you arc required by
to present any claims and de-
ds which you, or either of you,
have against the estate of Abra-
l<- F.'kop, deceased, late of said
Inty. to the County Judge of
County, Florida, at his office
|tho court house of said County
Miami, Florida, within six months
the time of tli,. flrnt publlcu-
of this notice. Each claim or
fiand shall he it. v.-nun; In dtipll-
and shall t.- the place of
nee end p"-< office address of
liimant. and shall !> sworn to
[the claimant Ms agent, or his
ley, and an* unch claim or de-
il not so filed shall bo void,
morris a bkop
executor of the Last Will and
Testament of Abraham I>.
Bkop, eased.
IN It. ZALua, Esq.
Hox 941
PSJm > h I'll.rida
tot :i. y for I'
ilu piii.li, Oct. 9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64533-B
IN RE: Estate ol
MORRIS l.irn IN
B,ceased
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* und All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Uetnantls Against Said
Kstate:
Yi'ii ar.- hereby notified and re-
njuired t< present any claim- and de-
mands which you ma> have ugalnst
the estate of Ah'Kills l.ll'i't>N de-
ceased laic of Bade County, Florida,
in the County Judges "i Bode County,
and file the same in duplicate and
i- provided in Section T.:::.I;. Fiorina
statutes. In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Bade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the lime of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Bated at Miami. Fiorina, this Mb
day of October, A.D. 1061.
I.oCIS R. FOREMAN
As Executor
First publication "f this notice on
the 10th day ot October. IM4,
JOSH KKl'llCN
Attorney for Bxeoutor
1370 WushiiiKion Av,
.Miami Beach, Fla.
in 16-33-30, 11 'i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 11018
SYLVIA Rl IBE41TS,
I'lalntll I
\ s.
I.i:\\ IS Rl (BKII l">
I 'el, mlaiii
NOTlCt BY PUBLICATION
|"i i LEW IS Rl 'I lERTS
, ,, i \ I;. i.i -
121a awhui /
UiiMikl) ii, Ni Yu
v., .ii ... i) in.,u ii .1 i bill ii i i 'SI
PI .MS i l'i ; A.N.M I..MI..N I i IF
\, 1|U(| \' I I I -I I"', II bl'OUglll '
yu.....Ill "ii .ii i -i l'i d to serve a
. up) ion ......till i i
i ii. i ......ii tite plalnl ii i .,:
i nun i. I! .i ru, 6n l.lnci -ni II 'ad.
, Miami lieu ""' ""
il......it.ii.,I am i\i i -! P euilliia In the
,,.,,., i : ..... III ''"in I
.......r licton In I Hi da) "i Novem-
i. |'.ml; ..iii, : ,* i-. the all-
l |he -.. d i iniplulnt iii I"- luken
,.~ c.mi .i .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DmDE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHN'"r'Y
No. 64C 10015
- [till 'X F \i{ >l u\ ..-. i.S OF
.- Iltl'.i i.\ KN'TI :ri RISES, INC.
.! ii a SI'RINl : HILL I- ALMS,
I
I Mall
\ s.
v i ai!:sli:l
i >, i i ii
NOTICE OY PUBLICATION
A .1, mksi.ki:
:.; Hals' Slreei
I) a, Mi a v k
Yol' ARE IIEIiEIIY uol
hi Vmemli .I III I ..;' i 'omplali i
o. in rileil n.-l ...ii b> SI ItRl 'N
l-'M.'M. BIVISIoN of SIRRON KN-
f Kit I "RISES, INC il h a SI'RINC
llll I. FAR.MS, INT., a In i ': said
', i : 4|.|.| ienl ervii'es
i. ni. red i" \ou ,nul your horse,
"I I Ki: VT VYII I.
You uri ,. -, ii ii. -. i .. ., i ..|i\
of )oui A a .. i ..i I 'li adln '<- he
\ I'lided i 'ompliilni "ii i ii,-
- Y' i r \'; i' \ I -
l 'llll.'.'l'i i .N. in .MAN. I7 I. ii. "In
Road, Mian I Hotel r I i..... file
il.....rlKlnal Vn-wer or Pleading in
the "iii.- "i the i "lerk "' the Circuit
Cout t ......i liefu < iln- ntth I 'a) of
i ictoln r. I "' i If you fail In do so,
ul i., ; uli tvlh '. taken
nualiisl you i.i the Reliel den
l.v you in the v m ailed Hill of i'"in-
piulnt,
HuNK AMI URBEREB H Miami.
I 'a.!.- i ".iiii ;" ii Ida, this In
..l .- .:..,!.. I'HH.
i-: it. i.i: \THERSI vn,
Clei k "i Clrcuil loin i
Bude County, Florida
|:> J. \ CAVAN.MIH
Hepul) Clerk
: :'. in .'. '.'. 16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
Mo. 64102-C
in RE; lists
BTl'ART UoFF,
Beceai i
CREDITORS
and All i I"
Bemands Aguinsl
NOTICE TO
TO All
H:i\ in". ''I......~ or
Said I!
You are .....by notlfl
.-il t,, present an. claim
which > ". run hat i
estate "i .- ; A l; r
ceased late "f l ii le v
.I and i.-.r.iir-
au.l demands
agiiinsl the
floFF, de-
illil.-. l'li.iiila,
to the Count) Judges ol Bude Coun-
ty, and file sume in duplh'ate
.iii.i us |i u lib i In Sei iIi n t;;. 16,
Florida Slatim -. in theli offlci In
ill-- Count) Courthouse In Hade Coun-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10091
VRTHl'R AM. <,
.IK.\.\ Al.l.i:v. __>. ,
I'.-', ii.I .
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
Tl: JEAN a I-1
7;;i i Jintli Stn el
Biiysldi ill '.' cells
New Yol
Vur ARK IIKREBY notified that
n i omplalnl for i >i urce b bei n
filed agalnsi >..... and ) ou ai hen l
IV. I-"|. I ill
months fi
in
.. il bin
time
or ill.
six
i .-
puhlicatii n
I..- bar i
Bated al Mlum
da) ol Septi mbi
ai.i.i-.s i:. i
Exi
Sli -:
l-'irs! pi llll Itlon "I till
III.- 1 .tli dS ol s.in.ml..
ri.AI'lii; XI II i RNES
ai torne) for i ctitor
203 Culumei 1.1 ;.
if
ii ml.i
tile first
111 Will
lUlr
unsH el '" the i
ills utli
u hose addlvsi
Vllunii, Foi Id i.
a the An
,..(.\ ..1 )niir
i-mplalul mi Un- Plalu-
UKSI'ER IUS1ERS,
. ';'! S U I'll, SI
and file thi nl
in thi Hi"
i. I "I
. A.I'. Mull
IARTI-ETT,
the
'I. II... .Mil
"Ii.
1 !i i- 16th
Sit.
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lerk
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,i the Bli t iii ii J dlclal I 'll -
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i i if ulilcll ll
d by
plaint .H !
you.
BATEB lb
I.e.. IS64.
iki n
lib
la)
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tSeai)
CIRCUIT COURT, 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DDE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 64C10270
FRANCES I V n NE i IENEST,
Plain
vs.
ROBERT r.KM.y I.I' C.ENEST,
I......n-i.iiii.
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
Yol
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE'
11TH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10014
SIRRON I'AL.M. HI VISION "'
SIRRON ENTERPRISES. INC.
d -I. II S'PRINl ; llll.I. I'AL.Ms,
IXC.
Plaintiff
vs.
MAX CRESTAI.I.
Befendunt
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: .max ci:i;stai.l
Royal (leorge Hotel
Edmonton. Alberto, Canada
TOU Aiti: HEREBY notlfleil Hun
an Amended Hill of Complaint lia-
l.e. n filed against you by SIRRON
I'Alt.M. IMVlsioN of B1RROS KN
TERPRISES, INC., d/b/a Bl'RIXtl
llll.I. FARMS, INC., whereby said
Plaintiff seeks payment for services
rendered to you and your horse,
"GIRL AITKAI.."
You are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Amended inn ol Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorneys, YOt-NU, CAI*-
OIULCl'O & 11YMAN. 4o7 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading lu
the office "f the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on i.r before the 86th Bay "i
i k-tober, l*4. li you fall t" do s...
jlldKUlellt by il, laiill will In- lilkell
against you f"i the Relief demanded
by you In the Amended Bill "i Com-
plaint.
BONE AND ORDERED ul Miami.
Bade County, Florida, this 2Srd dt.>
of Septembe 1*64.
IS. II, LEATHERS! VN.
Clei k ot 'iniiii i "ourt
Hudi County, Florida
Bj ; J. V CAA ANAl :i I I Si ul)
I li put) Clerk
;i :. in.i ', 1
ROHKRT HERALD
I'...-! Office I'.i.s 11
IKN K8T,
SMC
A 'i la'cltOOl, Stl ^ anna
li.pt.
sa\.urn.i. Illinois
aip ii"tiii. ii ;.. sei \ .i cop) of
ansM '-i t" i 'i-..-... i on j.i.i lui
mains! ) oil ..;i I'lainlil I s alt.
iEOROE M'lii'l.AS. 613 N.W
i u-.l.
your
filed
i ney,
1 21 h
Avi'., Miami, la., and I'll.....ijlnal
with Clerk of this Court ...... before
(k'tober -. I'.*'L otherwise complaint
will be confessed by you.
DATED September 17th, I9M.
E. B. LEAATHERMAN. clerk
liy: MARUUERITE MORFolUJ, D.C.
/l3, 10-8, !i. 16
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CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
ND l-u C-.OE COUNTY,
1 LORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10832
HAROLD
i
tYIL.uA JEAN HEAVER,
.
THE
IITH
D
i.


NOl.Ct tJ PUBLICATION
wii.AIA JEAN HEAVER,
. ., Mi- AI C Hershberger.
It, F I' No. 2
Kock.....i. Pennsylvania ......
yol ARK HEKEBi MHII'll-l'
thai a Bill "i Complaint for Divorce
has been rili il against you, and you
uri required t" file an Answer or
i leading with the Clerk ol this
Court, ami to Berve copy on the
Plaintiff's Attorney, Ephmim Col-
lins, Hi" J9th Btreel Causeway
.Miami Beach, Florida S3141. or or
fore Hit l"tn day ui November,
or judgment
eii against
BONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this let duy of October,
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCtRY
No. 64C 10333
in ill. Mntti
Changing Nairn
ItlCHARD DENNIS HELM*.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR CHANCE OF NAME
TO WHOM IT -MAY CONCERN:
Ni >T|i 'I'. It !} gB > ii that tin
undersigned Pitltloner, RICHARD
DENNIS l;i:il.' v hose reside:
,i-,i Florida Bouli yard, l^adi Count).
i'l,.i Ida. Inn nl- i" appl) t" Hie llmi-
... nlile Fl incls i 'hi isi i. -i Idge nl
the lili '' '
for Dude Count) i rldu, al
i. i itty<
i A M "ii the Sltlh da) I
her, 1964, "i as soon I as hi
nun he llea
RICHARD DENNIS
l'.|..l.l.ii. to RICH vRB FRED
l ii j.i.i i I ,v111 ___iti In trill
!,.
I Bade Com
Ida, i!n- 21
LU HAL!' DENNIS HI
i 'el
Al VRTIN > FORM VN.
Attorne) i-.i' Petitioner
U4.12 Bird Road
.Miami, Florida 331'S
., -.--. in 5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C10264
THE PROVIDENT INST1TCTION
PoR SAV1NCS l\ JEKSI'.Y CITY, a
banking corporation.
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMBS FREDERICK 11 F.l .s KI a
sinitle man anil MliLI.lK J. IlKl.Si:!..
a single woman.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MELLIE J. HELSEL
A BIngle Woman
006 Church Street
Suinter. South Carolina
TOU ALL' HKLE1SY
thut a suit t" fi.iech.se mortgage
against real and personal property has
been filed BgUinSt ) "II ill tile above
Court by the Plaintiff, THE PROVI-
DENT INBTITI'TION FOR SAVINGS
IN JERSEY CITT.
The prupert) sought to be foreclos-
ed is as follows:
Lot I In III....." Of FIRST AUDI-
TION To \\ I'STH'oi >|i I.AK'i:.
nccordiiiR to tne Plat there if, re-
corded in PI u Book ''.. < Page
m ,,f ti. pi .; Records ol I 'ade
County. Fliw i la
TOP ALL i:i.i.'i"ILi:i' i serve a
c.i,\ ,.i i (ct iii "ii" i l'i' nd-
hig on Pla Attoi ne). MAL-
a H..M 11 Fl! 'MAN, I s. ii It)
Trust Build 119 Easl I
sir, ,i i Ills i I 'il. the
,, Iglnul In tl "i il"- C*li rk ol
the nbovi '' on "i hi fi
26th da) of '"I" i. i'"'L i" di '" uli
of which the Complain) >
as confessed nsl you foi the re-
lit r requesti I P aintlfl s Co
und i''c .ni
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCU'T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
Nl 61C0309
ESTHER MARIA ZATARA1X
LAUI i.M VS1NI '.
I'llllntiff,
\'S.
ROBERTO .11" \ X LAflOSIASINO
FERNANBKZ I tNBO,
1 lefendant.
NOT.CE SY PUBLICATION
ROBERTO .TAN LAiio.MAKINO
FERNANDEZ PAN DO
Flanhoyanes No, 183
11\.i,. Park
I:.,, Pledrns, Puerto Rleo
yOU AUK HEREBY notified that
a Complaint for Divorce hut < a
filed against you, and you are hereby
required t" serve a copy of your
answer i" the Complaint mi the Plain-
tiffs attorney, LESTER RtKlERS,
Whose addr.-s.- is :-! N.W. Illh Street,
Miami, Forldu, and file the original
nl the Answer in the office of the
clerk of tin- Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit in and for Bade County, Florida,
i, nor before the 27th day of October,
19H4. in default Of which the Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed by
you.
Bated this ISth day or Septem-
ber, 1964.
E. B. LEATHERS!AN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: C. P. COPKfAND
Deputy Clerk
/t5. B>--. 0
[<
I lATFD
lit i. I9G4
i:
Clerk -.i
- ;th day nl St i'ii"II-
n. LEATHERSIAN,
li li Court of
Florida
HELEN KESS1.ER
Dep
-
i

I.. -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY U1VEN thai '
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under tin- fictitious name of
CHANCES "R" at 4M0 Wgsl Flaitler
Street, .Miami, Florida intends to reg-
by'default iil be tak-
\o'u for the relief de-
i;nii. latei said name with the Clerk of wi
1864.
I, Hi, -u
,\.1>.
1964.
E. B. LRATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Bade County. Florida
B) K. M I.Y.MAN.
Deputv Clerk
10/9, 16, :::. 30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
EL LATIN" ai 203 N.E, First Street,
Miami, Fla., Intends i" register said
a,mi.- with tli- Clerk of the Circuit
Court "i Dade C.....its, Flm Ida.
MANUEL FERRi '
,.|--|.| ||. ., i.s
Am- for u>
.... .....-............ml
in 16-23-30, 11 ii
Circuit Court of I'ade Count). Florida
N K 6, INC. ..
Sole I'tiller
FAIL KWIT.NF.Y OF
s 11. v e I: st kin. KW1X N E1 &
HOC I 'iss
Attorney for Anfilicant
4L'U Lincoln Road, .Miami Bench, Fla.
/'.':., 10/t, 9, 16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
th. undersigned, deslriiuj to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AI.'S COZY CORNER at Mi N.E. Mill
Street, Miami. Florida, intends to
register said lame with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court "i Dadi
Florida.
AARON I PERI \H'I"
S 1. 'i\ lie'.-
Ooldman, flolusiem s i 'ni tier
\tt..i ne) s for Regl
.ml \\. i
.Miami. Florida 10
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY
No. 64CUMOT
THE \\"IL --"il S \\ INGS
HANK
Plali
VI
i-ilIN PHILLIP SHERIDAN
ELIZABETH F SHERIDAN, liL wife,
I., enitu ui.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO JOHN PHILLIP SHERIDAN and
ELIZABETH F. SHERIDAN,
his wife,
634 E Street
IviaUiiu.i. 'Jallfornls
y.hi are hereby notified that the
above cni'ti.'iicd action liai- b.-.-n in-
situted against you in the Circuit
Court of the liih Judicial circuit of
Florida ill and for I 'ade County to
foreclose a mortgage upon the follow-
ing describe.I real property:
Lot It Block 80 First Addition to
Carol cit), according to the Flat
therein, recorded in Flat Rpok 60
at Page 19 of the I'ublic Records
of Ikide County, Florida,
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a COP) Ihe.iuf upon plaintiff's
attorne), MARTIN FINK. 14th Floor,
Hade Federal Building, Miami 12,
Florida, not later than October -7.
1964. or a Decree Pro ConfaMo will be
entered against you.
E B LEATHERMAN,
I lATEl Si pi ember -"-. 196 I
Cl.-rk of the Circuit Curt
B) c P COPEI AND,
it) Clerk
" m;t;\ I
Ait'u in y fu Pla miff
i'. d. mi Bldg.
Ulanil
;i. _.., in !'. u
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C102B4
NOTIFIED BISCAYNE CENTRAL MORTGAGE
COMPANY, a Florida Corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ERNEST ELDRED HEATHCOCK
and I MO( JEN E HEATHCOCK,
his wife, et al..
Defendants,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T". Ernest Eldred Heathooek and
Imogene Heathcock, his wife,
not known to be dead "i alive.
and if dead, the unkiiott n si.....si .
hell >. devl s, grauti es, n lui
lienors, creditors, trustees, or
..ill,, clalmnnts by thruuah un-
der "I" a a nsl. said El 111 -i I
tired Heal licock and lini i
11,. ihi nek. Ills v> Ife, eltl
0( llo iii, and all purtii ha
or claliulnH t" have an) rl
title "i in' resl il thi pro]
desci lied herein Al n di ni
Is unknow n.
You are her l>) nol Ified thai
has been I isl you In the
above ii Coun b) the abo\e
named Plaintiff to fon lose a mi
gage "ii Ho- fi :| '" "- di -.-rib, i
propel l)
Lot :. bli I LAKEWi
ESTATI ~
theri nf, r.......li d li P ai Iks h "
page SI, of the Ptiblii Reooi .1- ol
1 lade Coun Flu In
with thi ovi -
. intiilned tin
and vn ui

i
the abovi ni-ni. d i"1 ''
., ,,. ., cop) Hi. I RI i
\ VTHANSI IN, 16* I N.I
me)
,i day
of i'. tobi |\ 1964, otherwls I
ml lined : I will
be luki ii ..- confi 'I '- >
Pnii d at Mian I Flor-
ida tliis IMll da) "I 1961.
i: I'.. Li ATHERMAN
Clerk "i" the Clrouli Court
By: C P. COPELAND
Deput) Clerk
: _'".. |f-2, !>. 1'i
ado
16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64123
in RE: Estate i I
WILLIAM KALI.IN.
p.-, ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Creditors and All Persons
Hating Claims or Demands A-ainst
Said Estate;
You arc hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the
estate of WILLIAM KALI.IN. d. -
oeased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Count) Judges of Bade Coun-
ty, and file the same in their offji
In the Count) Courthouse In Dade
Cottnty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof, ur thi sai "ill be
barred.
PEARL KVRLIN
CAIDEN & ROTHENBERG
Hj BARRET i" Al RO'I HENBERG
\-
:ai Bisi n
Miami, l a ..
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