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

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

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"OfewisRi Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IVohime 3" Number 43
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 23. 1964
Two Sections Price 20 ill Nikita's Exit Change Status of Soviet Union Jews?
I,"".'DONIJTA)Students of the Soviet scene saw
o indication here pointing to any immediate change in
(he Kremlin's policies affecting Jews in the USRR as a
LgiJt (A the removal of Nikita S. Khrushchev from his
(win posts of Prime Minister of the Soviet Union and first
Secretary of the USSR Communist Party.
I: as pointed out that, whatever overall changes
liisht follow Mr. Khrushchev's retirement in other fields,
here i little likelihood of any early shift in regard to
the situation of Soviet Jewry. Little was known here
thus far about the attitude toward Jews on the part of
the new Soviet leadership that has emerged in the per-
sons of Acting Premier Alexei Kosygin. First Secretary
Leonid Bre/.nev. or Kikhail Suslov. the Communist leader
who delivered the report to the Central Committee, rec-
ommending Mr. Khrushchev's retirement due to "'old age
and disability."
Suslov has been Khrushchev's top protege, and Brez-
nev and Kosygin have been members of his innermost
circle. But. while it is held certain that they have agreed
with Khrushchev's anti-Jewish policies, there is no proof
thai they were personally anti-Semitic as Khrushchev has
been for years. On the other hand, there was no reason
to foresee any moves toward a more liberal Jewish policy
on the part of the new leadership, which may find itself
much too busy with other world affairs to involve itself
immediately in the "Jewish problem.'
AJC Intends
To Resume
Fair's Picket
3y Special Report
NEW YORK The American
ewisl ongress said this week it
nuld resume picketing .it the
,-.. York World's Fair next year
ihould the "offensive mural" at
\. c anian Pavilion again be
Pispli
Dr. achim Prinz, president ol
ihr i ngress, declared in a letter
\ \\< I s Fair President Robert
id set at the right to demon
ii:..te El the Fair had been up-
I, !; Tilly when Queens Conn
|\ Crifl nal Court Judge Bernard
lubin acquitted 12 American Jew
lh Ci ogress leaders charged with
lisordi conduct for picketing
v Jordanian exhibit.
"Despite this decision in our
[favor Dr. Prinz said, the Con-
I gress :id not renew its picket-
ing. We had hoped that our
[ point -aving been made and our
I argurr.tnts upheld in the courts,"
he co-.-inued, "the World's Fair
would ae disposed on its own
motion to alter its stand."
The American Jewish Congress
Deader ul that 'to our knowl-
|< !..r : liny ha> been changed"
|excep1 ior "the judicial recog-
Ci'tinued o.i Paqe 16-A
Bonn Minister Tells Tries
To Entice Scientists Back
DR. JOACHIM PtWl
no desire to repeat
GOP Names
Foe of Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA) Nor-
man \V. Rales, of Portland. Ore.,
vi as appointed by the Republican
National Committee as a national
co-chairman of the Lebanese-
Syrian-American section of the
Nationalities Division of the GOP
Committee. Announcement of the
appointment was made by Dean
Uurch, chairman of the Republi
can Part} National Committee.
Raies is a leader ol the Federa
i,on ol Syrian-Lebanese Clubs ind
the Cedar Society, a founder of
the American Universit> in Beirut.
Lebanon, and a charter member
Continued on Pane 16-A
TEHERAN (JTA) Dr. Her-
mann Ilocrcherl. West German
1 Interior Minister, said here this
eek that the Bonn Government
i had offered "financially interest-
in^ jobs" to West German scien-
ists in Egypt to induce them to
1 return to West Germany. The
scientists arc engaged on working
n advanced weapons systems for
I the regime of President Nasser.
The West German official, who
w as "interviewed here by West
German television reporters on his
i way home from the Olympic
,ames in Tokyo, said he felt that
| relations between West Germany
and Israel, which has sharph
and repeatedly demanded the re-
call of the scientists, could be
"normalized" by this step. He
added he was opposed to German
experts working on weapons or
ither military matters outside of
West Germany.
The London Daily Telegraph
meanwhile reported this week
frcm Bonn that the West Ger-
man Government "is expected
to rcexamine the possibility of
introducing legislation to pre-
vent the activities of West Ger-
man rocket scientists in Egypt."
The newspaper said that the
Continued on Page 3-A
srael Urges Drastic
Action for Germans
Fourth Ecumenical Seen
Likely on Jewish Issue
E (JTA) Qualified
reported here this week
,irth session ol the Ecu-
Council may be necessary
with the much debated
Lon on Catholic-Jewish re
That possibility develop-
i an evaluation of the pro-
through which the draft
a>s before the 2.50O prelates
the Council will have
rtunity to vote on it. as
on other declarations.
ROM
source i
that a
menica
to dea
declan
la) ions
ecl aftt
cedures
must (;
atlendii
the opr
well as,
The -ue was linked with the
determination of the progressive
Council fathers to obtain a defi-
nite declaration absolving Jews,
past and present, of the ancient
charge of deicide in the cruci-
fixion oj Jesus, and a condemna-
tion of Christian-motivated anti-
Semitism. Conservative prelates
nave sought o water down that
and other stands clearly lavored
by a ir-cjcrity of the prelates.
It was reported that Augustin
Cardinal Bea, president of the
Secretariat for the Promotion of
Christian Unity, which sponsor-
ed the initial strong declaration
on Jews, now was seriously op-
posed to having the draft insert-
ed into the scheme "De Ec-
clesia." Such a shift was one
of the points of contention
which led to a group of cardi-
nals to make an unprecented
appeal to Pope Paul, to inter-
vene against the conservative
bishops. However, Cardinal
Continued on Page 8-A
JERUSALEM fJTA) More
drastic action by the Israel Gov-
ernment t i induce West Germany
n recall scientists working on ad-
vanced weapons in Egypt was
this week in continuing de-
bate on the i sue in the Knesset,
Israel's Parliament.
It was indicated that Premier
I :'\ i Eshkol, who opened the de-
bate, will reply to his critics next
week. By then, it is expected he
1 will hive received from West Ger-
man Chancellor Ludwig Erhard a
reply to a letter sent two week-
ago. in which the Premier express-
j eri Israel's deep concern over the
inaction of West Germany on the
issue.
Y. Gal Hi, an Achdut Avodah
member, urged the government
to decide clearly whether the
danger posed by the work of the
scientists for the Nasser regime
outweighed considerations of aid
I from West Germany. Israel
Rarzilai, a member of the op-
position Mapam Party, charged
that West Germany was interest-
ed in the work of the scientists
in the interests of its own weap-
ons development program.
More drastic action by Israel
also was urged by Y. Ben Beir.
Deputy Interior Minister and a
member of the National Religious
Tarty.
In opening debate. Premier Esh-
kol declared that it was "incon-
ceivable" that West Germany
could not find ways to halt such
activities. The Premier's state-
ment on the long-simmering issue
opened the winter session of the
Knesset. Mr. E-hkol was chal-
lenged in the debate also by Mena-
hem Beigin. leader of the right-
wing Herat Party, and Elimelech
Rimalt, of the Liberal Party.
Mr. Eshkol warned against the
"deceptive and dangerous illu-
Continued on Page 8-A
CHANCniOR LUDWIG tRHARD
tome/there in Poris
Erhard May
Meet Eshko
Arabs Attack Keating and Kennedy
NEW YORK (JTA' A doz-
en pickets, identified as repre-
senting the Action Committee on
American-Arab Relations, picketed
this week the Manhattan head-
quarters of both New York Sen-
atorial candidatesincumbent Re-
publican Sen. Kenneth B. Keating,
and his Democratic opponent.
Robert F. Kennedy.
The pickets bore signs which
stated: "We oppose Keating, Ken-
nedy. anti-Semitism and Zionism."
The last word was heavily under-
scored. The pickets, also passed
out literature attacking both can-
didates. One sheet declared: "If
there were two million Arabs in
New York, instead of two million
Zionist Jews, the Senator would
have praised the Arabs and blast-
ed Israel anil the Zionist*"
Another sheet was headlined:
"KKK, Keating and Kennedy for
Knesset." The text asserted that
"the two candidates do not love
the Jews any more than they hate
the Arabs."
The copy also said that "the
clamor for the 'Jewish' vote"
represents a disrespect for the 80
per cent of the voters of New York
State and "it is an insult to the
intelligence and loyalty of the
American Jews."
On Continent
BONN (JTA I Official
BOUrces here said this week that
Chancellor Ludwig Erhard and
premier Levi Eshkol ol Israel
will hold their long-rumored meet
ing belore next summer in a third
country. The meeting, which will
DC probably held in Paris in Jan-
uary, will be the first between
the two leaders.
Among the issues the two states-
men are expected tto discuss will
be establishment of diplomatic
relations, the work of West Ger-
man scientists on advanced weap-
ons in Egypt and the May 8 ex-
piration of the statute of limita-
tions on prosecution of Nazi
criminals.
The work of the West German
scientists for the Nasser re-
gime is a thorny problem, the
Government's position being
that it regrets the activities of
the scientists but has no legal
power to recall them. Premier
Eshkol rebuked the Erhard
Government in a statement in
Continued on Page 6-A



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Temple Israel Town Hall Forum Series
To be Launched With Quentin Reynolds
Town Hall Forum of Temple Is-.mingham, he is considered one o
rael of Greater Miami will be the top experts on Communism
launched on its third season by'and will take "A New Look at the
world-famous correspondent and
author, Quentin Reynolds, on
Tuesday evening at 8:30 p.m.
This year's series is designed to
bring leading figures in the Held
of communications to Miami with
Soviet Challenge" (or Forum so
scribers.
Single lecture tickets will be
made available again this year il
there is room. A reception t->
(irink coffee with the Temple -
are Mrs. Samuel Sack, Harry Feldman. Simon
Tptenbaum, Mrs. Abraham Mason, Mayshie
Friedberg, Morris Minov, Mrs. Wolfe Shklair.
Absent are Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman, Johan L. Bermun, William Born-
stein, Mrs. Jacob Davis, Benjamin Appel, Mrs.
Nathan Bookspan, Ezra Finegold, Max Hecht,
Peter F. Heller, Miss Lillian Goodman, Joshua
o. Z. Stadlan, Isaac Donen, Mrs. Robert Garber,
Cteater Miami, Sam Schachno, Julius Rosen- Abraham Grossman, Samuel Kopkind, Isidore
hein and Ben Silver. Standing (left to right) Rifkin, Meyer Siegel and Morris Yudewitz.
:rr.mittee meets to plan the Jewish National
and John Fitzgerald Kennedy Peace Award
linner on Dec. 6. Seated (left of table) are
cob Fishman, Bernard Katz, Harry Rosen,
Iis. Miriam Press, Bernard Silver, Mrs. Louis
i.tig, Abraham Fraidlin, and Max Affachin-
Seated (right of table) are Sam Kaqan,
flrs. Eva Blum. Abraham Grunhut, Zev W.
ogan, Leon J. Ell, president of the JNF of
i distinguished guest is an addition-
.hough.-provoking lectures of top-\a ()f ^ eyem
ical interest. Reynolds will be I
followed by Pulitzer prize-winner.
Harrison Salisbury, an editor of
the New York Times, on Nov. 24.
Emily Kimbrough, best-selling au-
thor of the lighter side, and Nor
man Cousins, editor of the Sat-
urday Review, will be heard the
second half of the season,
March and April.
Temple Judea
Bridge Games
jaydon Burns, Gov. Bryant Co-Chair
IPs Kennedy Peace Forest Function
me <>l the most prominent fig- .1. Gurney, .lames A. Haley, A.
,. in the political world, both Sydney Herlong Jr., u. il. Math-
,.mI state-wide, will attend tws, Rep. Claude Pepper, i- *>
[ John F. Kennedy Peace Award slkes. Slat;' Comptroller Raj E.
i ii r on Dec. t> at the Fontaine- Green, State Treasurer .1. Edwin
Hotel. The dinner i< being Larson, Superintendent of Public
ed by the Greater Miami li struct ion Thomas D. Bailey. Ad-
Although he earned hi* fame
as a war correspondent and
broadcaster, beginning with the
time he was expelled from Ger-
many by Hitler because of his
outspoken articles, Reynolds
has continued a distinguished
career as a commentator on mod-
ern life. "The Decline of Good
Taste in America" will be hiv
subject next Tuesday.
ground where Bar Kochba waged
his last ballant battle for Judea s
freedom two-thousano years ago,
the John F. Kennedy Peace For-1 Recently named one of the top
cm will rise within the green editors of the New Yoyk Times,
confines of the American-Israel Salisbury von the Pulitzer Prize
Freedom Forest, planted by the lor h>< reporting from Russia. Al-
Jewish National Fund and dedi- though m recent years he has cov-
eted I., peace and the bonds of eved the American scene and has
friendship that link the two na been involved in a libel
Temple Judea. for the second
year, is sponsoring duplicate
in I bridge games at the Temple ever
! Monday evening at 8 p.m. Each
fourth Monday is master point
night.
Winners this month include Mr-.
Faye Heda. Mrs. Rose Lohr. Stan
Crane, Mrs. Sylvia George. Mr
and Mrs. David Hughes. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Adler. Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Gelerntcr. Mrs. Caroline
Shepard. and Mr. Pierce Rosen-
thai.
Steve Jaeger, Mrs Annette Ba
rett, Robert Lowenthal, Davi
Hughes, Mel Boyd.
Mrs. Alys Carter. Mrs. Sylvia
George, Norman l.ogan. San
Stark. Leu Ebstein, and Mi- Pea
Kogan.
Refreshments arc served durin
(ions.
( I! i
,,: i,;. strong ..nulcs on Bir-lthe evenini
of the Jewish National
1
1 ,1. Ell, president of the
'iuntil, and Rabbi Mayer
ramowitz, president of the
Hel -t l-Vnion cl the .INF. -aid
1!' Fi irida Cm. Bryant and tiuv-
n> r nominee Haydon Burns have
pptefl the roles of honorary co-
i 'men.
pc rig with them will be U.S.
ll.itors Spessard Holland and
i ge Smathers, Hep. Dante B.
ell, Sam M. Gibbons, Edward
Jry Made To
Oust Scientists
Continued from Page 1-A
jBo-ibility developed following
Sic "latest urgent appeal"1 by
rentier Eshkol in debate in Is- commodate those already clamor-
'fad's Parliament. The newspaper,'"'-: for tickets.
Eso reported that Mr. Eshkol's Proceeds from the dinner will
Iddress urging West Germany U to the John F.Kennedy Peace
lot to aid Israel's enemies through Fort in Israel. On the hallowed
he work of the scientists for the
jut.nit Gen. Henry \V. McMillan.
State Librarian Dorothy Dodd,
State Representatives Dick Fin-
cher and Richard A. Pettigrew,
; hief Judge of the Appellate Di-
vision Thomas 11. Harkdull Jr.
Also Circuit Judges llarvie S.
DuVal, Joe Eaton. .). Fritz Gor-
don, John J. Kdioe. Thomas E
I ee Jr., Lucien Proby Jr., and
Harold u. Spaet; Mayors Robert
.-. Carr, Elton J. Gissendanner,
Charles "Chuck'' Hall. Robert
King High. Lee Howard. Kermit
II. Lewin. Joseph H. Murphy;
County Commissioners Alex S.
Gordon. Harold A. Greene, Thom-
as D. O'Malley, Arthur H. Patton
Jr.; Councilmen Marvin Engend-
er, Hyman P. Galbut. Kenneth
ilka and D. Lee Powell.
The dinner has been moved to
the East Ballroom of the Fon-
lainebleau Hotel in order to ac-
S'asser regime, found a sympa-
thetic response in the West Ger-
man press.
The Telegraph noted that the
Lions Clubs
Launch Drive
Greater Miami Lions Clubs Asso-
Israelis "have not heard clear de-' ciation has launched its annual
rmnciation.s by the West German i door-to-door light bulb sale to fi-
C.overnment of the scientists' ac- nance local sight conservation
tivities" and added that there work for the coming year.
,-was a "powerful Arab lobby in ; Members of 50 Lions clubs from
West Germany, as well as a small I SoUf, Broward to Key West, under
I but strong group of West German direction oi General Chairman
firms which "for years has had Mel Carver, are taking part in
I the ear of the federal govern- tnc -Light for Sight" drive which
ment."
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ends Oct. 24.
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president W. L. "Lem" Pennell.
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tivities as the Bascom Palmer In-
stitute Eye Bank, the Florida Lions
Eye Bank, purchase of sight aids
;ind others."
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V-'r/'t Ocrverr.rr.er/ o: r%fuir.g to !urr. over
to uxkrz&cras Lr Josef Mer.cele o "re West
O'r-.-..-.;. ,^er Spieaei ...---.e.-. ..-.- Dr Men-
V=* js .ve.r..a ^.pryorted r.y o r.^r.r,er oi ;'.-rV~s
i.'.ere.
While, on the one band, it is interesting to
- o'e -;A of the -'Jorraatior. relating to Nczis in
hidurfi appearing in "Der Spiegel," on the
other, we find it somewhat strange that the
publication should have so much information
ODOal t/,ee things.
For example it was "Der Spiegel" which
turned up Hans //alter Zech-Nentwich in the
HOW AtJa* in Cairo after the notorious Nazi
had escaped from prison in Brunswick and a
four yea/ semter^e for the murder of at least
. / /. ]<:>,;. .:. Pua4 during World War II. And
was "L>er Sp-^gel" which recently was re-
;/..-.;;..ole for announcing Zech-Nentwich's re-
turn.
Now oorr.es "Der Spiegel" with the story
or/. Ve.-.geie. It would be interesting to dis-
' -/ just how this magazine knows so much
-ut the whereabouts and doings of former
''j ; Nazis.
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originally envisioned as the purpose of her fabfe The Cnrftd '^
Appeal is obviously barred from such activitv: neither ha%e 10 lead-
ers ever worked toward the establishment of a Jewish State or
support of the state b> the emplovment of such means Proof i .
intent toward mischief- it lies in the features firs! sentence, W
reference to Mr Ben-Natan s visit as -what was bi'led in advance,
a phrase implying not doubt but outright disbelief, with everyone in-
volved clearly intending to be deceitful.
Mr Ben Natans appearances were, in fact, in accordanc- *
just about every Greater Miami Jewish Federation function ltt
from 1959. whatever else the writer mav have said concern"
aistinuuished visitors brought in under the auspices of the
Jewish Appeal, our community has not had a public CJA rail
the name since that time.
If Mr Ben-Natan cuardedly answered questions about
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October 23, 1964
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Page 5-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Should Rabbis Interfere in Politics?
idinq the recent dedication of a Library-Conference Room
< Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute at Miami were
- Chuck Hall; Mrs. Robert Stainbrook, Woman's Corps
' nt; Mrs. Mary Papanicolaou, widow of the Institute
: James Albert, president of the Institute Board of Di-
and Miami City Commissioner Alice Wainwriqht. The
the room to the Woman's Corps, fund-raising orqaniza-
the Institute, was made by the Board of Directors of the
in
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ndeis Zionists Have Installation
- v nisi Organization ol
Beach held its annual
i. ,,i!on of newly-elected olfi-
nily in Washington Fed-
.in..- and Loan Associa-
. Normandy Dr.
intents w e re served,
ied mush al program was
, fi ad b> Cantor Saul II
. ccompanied by Josi-pli
u Eug e Labovitz, of Tern-
Tamid, Installed the
.;. ted i llicers.
, ... Rid ication direc
i an id, former sub re-
director oi Young Judaea
dircOtl i <>l several tem-
the Greater Miami area,
bt speaker,
lected officers are Isaac
president; Max Raskin.
Frank. Dr. Herman Ausu-
: Berni-rd Katz, vice pies
iden>- mniir..; secretary. There
sa I'ol: financial secretary-,
||iy. -le-el; treasurer, Richard
;man.
bard of Directors are Cantor
>'. Breeh, Morris Minov. Dr.
|K Zuckerbraun, Maurice L. Za-
Msk\ Abraham Grossman, isa-
K Riffkin, Git Rappaport. Harry
Caplan. past president Joseph
Kahn, Ezra Finegold, past and
honorary president.
Maurice L. Zaretsky, w a s
chairman of the evening. Max
Raskin is program chairman of
the Brandeis Zionist Organization.
EDITOR. TS<- Jewish rloridian:
I n ad wiih
s ol vario is ral bit anil cl
men ii < ini o the
tan n Poli Th ind
l onlj i teresting,
,i ect theii lective j iun-
diced predelict ons. l believ<
sell to bi the bv< ige religiou I
affiliated person, and I resent the
on oJ uie clergy in the field
of politics and government for the
follow ing reasons:
1. Our Constitution wisely pro
vides lor the si paration ol Church
mil Siaie. the liberties taken by
the clergy while sermonizing in
their pulpits il permitted to
continue will eventually lead to
the control of the government by
the Church. The fact thai the
clergymen spoul their individual
economic and political theories to
a captivi audience during services,
without the benefit ol qu
and rebuttal is in itsell unfair and
unethical. The clergyman has the
same right a any other citizen to
be loi or again: I on certain issues
but he must emphasize that he
speaks as a citizen, and not as a
bbi or minister, and not from the
pulpit.
2. The average layman has a
deep reverence for men of the
cloth. eqoati>-.i them with the
prophets or the apostles of old.
withcot hav>ng any b?is for
such reverence. The clergyman
of today is no less subject to the
exigencies of cur t>i >e and no
less influenced by the material-
ism of our age than oth-: ... They
are in the main paid staff, and
reachir.j cut for power, are no
less prone than any oth?r citizen
to be wron-j in their fears and
conclusions.
In the 1032 national campaign, I
heard a rabbi from the pulpit who
during services, warned the eon
gregantS that Gen. Eisenhower is
the American Hindenburg whose
election would bring an American
Hitler to power. Ol course, he had
no basis lor such statements ex
cept lor partisan purposes.
:i. No one questions the duty oi
hi clergy to take a vigorous stand
on moral is i s, and it should be
ail through the year, and not just
at election time. However, most
ol them an uralively speak-
ing color blind, and cannot see
the line of demarcation bi
noral and political Issues. Their
childhood pn indices and imp.es
ns co tai 11; come to the fore.
., i louding the tr ability to be ob
jective.
As a deeplj interested person in
Judaism spi cui< ally, and religion
generally, would caution the
rlergj to bev are of their congri
nation's rea< tion winch will event-
ually express itself against them
tin reli in they preach I
have heard it said by highlj re-
'i i afl lit ; b hip *'to
the po! out of thi
r< .. I and let I
said rush in where an]
, ar to tread.
LEON J. ELL
Miami Beach
Jewish Books
Now on Display
At Libraries
Boolo with Jewish backgrounds
nre displayed in special exhibits
al the Main Miami Public Libra
and several branches during Jew-
ish Book Month. The Wesl Hau-
ler Branch of the library has a
pi rmanent display of "Books oi
Jewish Interest."
This includes books of fiction
and non-fiction, among them Har-
ry Simonhoff's new book, "The
Chosen One:" "Mila 18" and
"Exodus," by Leon Uris; Philip
Roth's award-winning "Goodbye,
Columbus;" "For the Love of
Me," by Robert Briscoe; Mildred
G. Bellin's Jewish Cookbook:'
and (he "Art ot Jewish Cooking,"
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of the foremost orators of the day. With
the leading intellectuals of the day, she
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of legal and political equality for women
and the abolition of slavery.
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iday. October 23. 1964
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Page 7-A
ieymour Samet Named Collins Assistant;
ileanor Lipton AJCom. Acting Director
By Special Report
WASHINGTON Seymour Sam.
Florida director of the Amer-
L',,1 .lewi.-h Committee, has be-
txinie special assistant to tormer
",ov LeRoy Collins, director of the
|P\v Federal Community Relations
lervice.
Samet has been working with
he Community Relations Service,
ihiiii is housed within the U.S.
department of Commerce, since
Is formation in the wake of the
Eassage early last July of the Civil
lights Act. He was originally
loaned by the American Jewish
Committee to the task force that
t< i up the service, and has re-
named there since.
On a previous occasion, Sam-
et's services were made avail-
able to a governmental agency
while serving with the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee. For
right months late in 1963, and
rar'v this year, he served as
jxncct've director of the Dade
I (.runt-, community Relations
Li..i. d.
Mrs, '"lc inor Upton, who has
been Samet's assistant in the Flor-
headquarters of the American
Jewish Committee, has become
icting Florida director.
The function of the Community
delations Service is to provide
ssistance to communities and
irsons in resolving disputes, dis-
agreements, or difficulties relating
io discriminatory practices based
dm race, color, or national origin
jhat impair the rights of others
hinder the Constitution.
It cooperates with both public
and private agencies, either on
ts own initiative or upon request
rom local officials or interested
ersons in situations of intergroup
r-nsion.
The work of the Service is aid-
id by a National Citizens Com-
littec for Community Relations,
(imposed of community lay lead-
rs, and by a panel of commun-
ity and intergroup relaVons pro-
fessionals.
Prior to joining the staff of
the American Jewish Commit-
tee, Samet was assistant direc-
tor of the Community Relations
Commirte, Jewish Community
Council of Essex County (New-
ark), N.J. He served also as
program service director of the
Essex County Intergroup Coun-
cil. Before coming to Florida,
he was executive secretary of
the Esrix County Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee.
While in New Jersey. Samel
served as intergroup relations
I consultant to the Newark Civil
1 Rights Commission, the Newark
I Public Housing Authority, and to
i human relations councils in Nut-
! ley, Irvington, and Union.
A graduate of Montclair State
, Teachers' College, Mr. Samet did
| his graduate studies in sociology
at Columbia University, the New
i York School for Social Research,
i the New York School for Social |
| Work, and the University of Mi-1
ami. In addition, he has had ad-!
I \ anced graduate training at the!
I Group Dynamics Workshop of the i
! National Training Laboratories. |
i Hr has served on the faculty of
the Workshop in Human Relations
tor community leaders at Rutgers
University.
Jewish National Fund Education Forum
Inaugural Luncheon Presents Cantata
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BANKING HAS CHANGED
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Orthodox Rabbi
Urges Conversion!
Ban at Confab
By Special Report
FALLSBURG. N.Y. A promi-l
. nent Orthodox rabbi, Rabbi David
I L. Silver, of Ilarrisburg, Pa., has
called for a rabbinical ban on con-
version to Judaism.
Speaking before the 21st annual
; convention of the Yeshiva Uni-
i versity Rabbinic Alumni here,
! Rabbi Silver urged that 'all rab-
i binic organizations in the United
States declare a general ban on
I all conversions "in order to stem
; the tide."
"The situation has reached
j such dangerous proportions that
unless there be a mighty courv
j terthrust the American Jewish
community will be snowed un-
der by an avalanche of part-
Jews," he said.
Rabbi Silver who is spiritual
leader of Congregation Kesher Is-
rael, told some 300 Orthodox
spiritual leaders from all parts of
the U.S. and Canada that he is
also proposing a second alterna-
tive"for leaders of all Ortho-
dox rabbinic organizations to
meet and set up a central agency
to handle all cases of conversion.
"Under such a set-up, the pres-
sure on the local or individaul
rabbi would be removed, and such
an agency would be able to pro-
ceed with the adequate probings
and testings as to fitness and
dependability.
Council Culture
Group to Meet
Jewish culture and history study
group of the Greater Miami Sec-
tion. National Council of Jewish
Women, will meet on Thursday.
Oct. 29, 10 a.m., at the home of
Mrs. Eugene Dynner. 1520 Ancona
Ave., Coral Gables.
Discussion of the Judean Theo
cratic State, Ch. 10 of Isidore Ep-
stein's book, "Judaism," will be
led by Mrs. Joel Below Mrs.
Meyer Baskin will present a paper
on Ezra.
The group meets monthly and
is one phase of the NCJW's edu-
cational program.
A 'dream-come-true" event with .
.a promising future took place last
! week when Greater Miami held its
iiuaugural Jew ish^National Fund
' Educational Forum luncheon.
United in the dignity of the aim
I of the Forum, the women present
pledged to dedicate themselves to '
the ideals of the Jewish Na'icnal
Fund in the redemption of the soil
', of Israel and the ingathering of
exiles.
"The purpose of the luncheon."
, said Miss Lillian Goodman, chair-
man of the .INF Educational For-
um, "is to explain the role of the
! Jewish National Fund and to edu-
1 eate the ladies to a greater knowl-
edge of the Jewish situation in Is-
rael and throughout the world. By
bringing them closer to the scene
of reality in Israel, we want to get
closer to th-ir hearts and minds
and assure their continuous sup-
port of further development ol
Israel."
Over 350 women attended the
event at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Invitation was by Mrs. Sherman
Fast, president of the Renanah
Group of the Miami Beach Chapter
of Iladassah and a founder mem-
ber of the .INF Educational For-
um: greetings by Leon J. Ell, pres-
ident of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami: and Zev
W. Kogan also spoke. Dais in-
cluded Mrs. .Miriam Press, co-
chairman of the JNF Educational
' Forum, and Eva Blum, newly-ap-
pointed member of the Executive
Board of the JNF and narrator
and director Ol the cantata
Guest speaker was Itabbi Milton
Arm. assist am president of the
Jewish National Fund of America
Participating in the cantata were
narrator, Eva M Blum; soloist,
flattie Wagner; accompanist. Oiga
Bibor Stern: speaking chorus, lies
lames Max Allaehiner. Helen
Barry. Sherman Fast. Peter P.
Heller, Benjamin Rochwarg, and
Benjamin Zeigmund: singing chor-
us. Mesdames Hyman Dubowv.
Meyer Harris. Elizabeth Isenberg,
Claire I.eBou. Kmanuel Mentz and
Murray Schwartzman.
Arrangements and Luncheon
Committee included Mesdames
Max Affachiner. Helen Barry, Jo-
han Berman, Eva Blum, Dorothy
Cahn. Sherman Fast. Hannah Finn.
! Miss Lillian Goodman, Meyer llar-
!ris. Max Hecht, Peter F. Heller.
Bernard Kali, Lillian Kronovet,
Lilly Laster. Louis Lustig, Abra-
ham Mason. Louis Moscowitz.
Samuel Opperhcim. Miriam Press,
Phyllis Reuben, Benjamin Roch-
warg, Pauline Rose. Joseph Seld.
Wolfe Shklair. Israel Teich and
Benjamin Zeigmund.
Masquerade Ball Saturday
Jewish War Veterans Post 682
and Ladies' Auxiliary are having
a Masquerade Ball on Saturday.
'8:30 p.m., at Unified Hall, 2360
NE 171st St. Evening will feature
costume and game prizes, a live
band and refreshments.
It took years to develop ,
Sandier at Meeting
Fred A. Sandier, of 2720 SW 2nd
Ave., Is one of four representa-
tive- of Metropolitan Life Insur-
| ance Company's Coral Gables of-
fice scheduled to attend the an-
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company's Veteran's Association
at the Diplomat Hotel in Holly-
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>Jeist Fkridian
Friday. October 22, 1964
Trip to Israel Reaffirms Understanding of Needs
tern was set up t> Ma'.ben. an
agency of JDC. 15 years ago.
years ago. the ar*~23
By ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN
Executive Director Greater
Miami Jewish Federation
fast trip which Fred K.
Shochet, publisher of The Jewish
1ian, and I just made to Ij>
el '.- (convinced me if re-
c^nvincinc was necessary) of the
prime imprrtar.ee of the United
.lev !h Appeal'1- work in Israel
and in the world because it has
meant freedom for so many peo-
ple from --o many diverse land-
and back2round> I was con-
vinced, too. that the more than
25 years that I have spent in
helping to raie funds for Jews
overseas has been more than jus-
tified.
The conviction grew moment
h> moment when we talked to
people in Israel and when we saw
the agencies in operation which
we supportwhen we saw people
who were coming in. and watch-
ed the expres.Mon- on their faces.
To know thj*. one ha- been a part
of securing freedom for two and
a quarter million Jews is cause
for self re-pect and increased per-
sona! dignity.
Simchos Torah
Although we rode the length
and breadth of the land land the
breadth i= not very large* and
hough almost every incident
-'and- out in full relief, there can
be nothing more memorable than
attending a Simchas Torah cele-
bration in Citj Square in Tei
Aviv. While speakers appeared
on a platform in the center of the
square, on the outskirts of the
-rounds, groups of youngsters
and adults joined in singing and
dancing the Hora. and as fast as
one group exhausted itself, an-
otber croup sprang up.
Children walked the streets free-
ly, singing the -ongs of the new
IsreaL At the sidewalk cafe
across from City Square, a woman
-at with her concentration camp
number tattooed on her arm.
keeping time to the music while
she drank coffee leisurely with
her husband and two children.
Here, one is immediately marked
.i- a tourist if he orders more than
one cup of coffee, no matter how
long he sits.
Freedom is Sweet
In Giryat Gat. on our visit to
irgesl wool spinning factory
in Israel, the Rumanian gate keep-
< r greeted ui like long lost friends
He ha- been in Israel five years
and life U sweet now because
is freedom.
1h' Argentinian switchboard
operator told me of the joy she
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Social welfare needs of the State of Israel are discussed by
Arthur S. Rosichan (right), executive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and Dr. Y. Kurtz (left), Deputy Min-
ister of Welfare of the State of Israel, at a meeting in Jerusalem.
. \ Tht Jttvish Fl id Arthur
S. Rotichan executive dm,-or >j rlu Greater Miami Jewish Federation
were i -.. lit pate die naugural El Al Ur^e'. Airline) flight
from Tel A>iv i S I i .. in i wee\i \%o. Tht jeu-.-h Flondian
M Rosichan to offer hi | Herewith.
i Israel. In a concluding article nexi iper*, Mr
luciU-i what lh duo ob En Both Mr
t and Mr. R ; .'-. the way.
and her husband are having as
a part of a growing country
where there is no menace of anti-
Semitism.
A Polish Jewish woman who
was dusting the office showed
me her Auschwitz number. She
had been repatriated to Poland
but came to Israel because there
were too many memories of her
decimated family in Lodz. In
speaking to her, one forgot that
-he was a short, squat, dumpy lit-
tle woman, but noticed rather
the happy expression on her face
as she told us that she works,
her husband works, her children
are in schooland life is pleas-
ant, because there is freedom
here. Her children will be free.
A hand.xome young Moroccan
handiman has been in Israel sev-
en years and has seven children.
He says that life is much differ-
ent than it was in Morocco. He
has a nice apartment. His chil-
dren do not have to support him;
and there is no Arab threat
hanging over his head. He likes
hi- job, and he says that all of
the Moroccans should come to Is-
rael SO that they will not have
to live in the shadow of fear.
Kiryat Gat Growth
Dov Amitai, an English en^i-
neer, who is regional planning
director in the Kiryat Gat dis-
trict, took time out from con-
ducting a group of South Amer-
ican- thnugh the community to
marvel with us at the town of
18.000 halfway from Tel Aviv to
Beerrheba, which had grown up
in eight years.
His eyes glowed BS he spoke
of the wonderful citizens the
new immigrants made. He
pointed with pride to the fact
that outside of himself, and pos-
sibly 10 other residents of the
community, practically all of the
residents have come to Israel
within the last ten years time.
How long did he expect to re-
main" v long ;i- there was
work to be done anil people to
i e helped. During his evenings,
I hi- h:fe act a- leaders
oi youth groups.
Twelve years ago, I was in
Beershebaa desert outpost of
land with 3.000 people. Today,
it is a city of 75,000, with a 500-
bed hospital and all the ameni-
Uet of civilization. This is a
city that has been
cent immigrants.
built by re
Paradise for Women
In Eilat. Israel's newest port.
I swam in the Red Sea and talk-
ed to the young pioneers of Is-
rael who have come to carve a
city so that Israel's trade routes
may remain open. There are
very few people here over 35
and the average age of the young
couples is around 30. Almost
every day. a new baby is born
in the little maternity hospital
here. This is a paradise too for
young women because there are
900 single men living there and
only 25 single women.
Different World
Across the Red Sea lies Jor-,
dan and west, a little further'
down i s Egypt. But nowhere is
there fear. Only hope and opti-!
mi.sm. In the new port city of
A-hdod. which six years ago was'
a sand dune on the Mediterran-
ean, almost 15.000 people, most,
of them newcomers, live and
work.
We talked to five young men
from North Africa, two from Al
geria. two from Tunisia, and one
from Moroccoall of whom had
come down to the shopping plaza
to walk around, smoke a cig-
Attend
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This is a different world, they
said, because freedom is in the
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the opportunity to go to school
and be educated. They, of
course, had to give up their edu-
cation in the countries of their
youth in orcV to go to work to
Mipport their parent-.
Everywhere one sees new set-
tlement proudly carrying the
banner of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, because it was the UJA
which brought the people there,
helped them find housing, and
cave them a new chance for life.
One of the phenomena of the
State of Israel is that they wel-
come all immigrants, regardless
of age, handicaps, or physical
condition.
Blooms in the Desert
At Pardess Hanna. the chroni
cally ill aged live in dignified
life. They all work. This sys-
Twelve years ago. the
irom Tel Aviv to Beersheba wa,~
mostly desert. Today, the Jews
have made the de-ert bloom, and
when the new water system is
in full operatior.. as it will be
shortly, a major portio-. of Is-
rael's lsnd area will be ferti-
lized and made arable.
We gazed in amazemerv at the
major pumping -tation of Meke-
rot. the Israel water system. A
major engineering feat in any
country, a device takes tie wat-
er from Lake Tiberias, raises it
1.080 feet to the top of the moun-
tain, mixes it with fresh water
and sends the water more than
80 miles to help make the de-
ert bloom The engireer in
charge (a dedicated man who
works 16 to 18 hours a day) re-
vived his Yiddish which he
hadn't spoken for 25 years, just
to explain to us how this engi-
reering miracle was performed.
We saw the immigrants arrive
at Tel Aviv by plane and bend
down to kiss the groundto be
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vJewisti fhcridiiciiii
Page 11-A
matron
Preceding Page
?mediately to the
ins to which tTiey
te in Israel
fa Rumanian watch-
had been in Israel
and is concerned
ijj only so that he
place to take care
and mother when
as they will in a
Ktwo. His wife is in
learning Hebrew so
two incomes to help
Jof the older people,
'one of the two faces
the growth, the hap-
poople, the buildings
le tourists see, the
children, the amenities
Illicit ion present in all the
s, the freedom of ac-
cxprossionbut there
lace. This is the un
le the lace of the 10 per
loin nr^ody sees unless
IpiH'ii to visit an institu-
E the old, the ill. the
Bpe I or the blind arc be-
fcatcd both by public and
Bate relict Others among
[per cent you may not see
your trip to Israel, work
|ef projects similar to cur
Poo long gone WPAtwo or
days a weekto barely
lin themselves. They are
linedunskilledand illil cr-
ate. At harvest time they all
\.n.k. i.ui we rest they don't take part in Israel's
economy.
Some 5.000 immigrants a
month are still coming into Is-
rael and the cost ot integration
is tremendous, particularly since
10 per cent of that immigration
is not only non-productive but
must be supported.
It Is a lact that with all the
efforts ot world Jewry, and with
more than SI.a billion which has
been made available through the
commitments of the IMA tor
immigration absorption and in-
tegration purposes, two-thirds of
the linal co>t ot absorption and
integration is met by the Is-
raelis, while world Jewry cai-
rn's one-third of the cost.
A Burning Desire
II is hard to visualize that al-
mo-t 1,200.000 people have come
to Israel in 16 yearsa popula-
tion larger than all of bade
County, and unlike Dade Court-
population, a large majority
. this ."iip i ame without any
rces except a burning de-
lorn and this is one
thing they got.
i definition <>! a realist in
Nrael is one who believes in
i i. From that standpoint,
In ise who have been responsible
for the progress of Israel arc
ists.
VA Hospitals Bigger Under LBJ
The Jewish National Fund of
America has appointed Rab-
bi Isidore David Passow as
national director of the INF
Foundations, which raise
funds for lend reclamation
and afforestation in Lrael
through bequests in wills and
the assignment cf insurance.
The appointment was an-
nounced by Max Dressier,
president of the Fund. Rabbi
Passow wci loimeriy execu-
tive secretary of YJVO Insti-
tute for Jewish Research and
executive director cf New
Yor!' Univei3ltv's Jewuh Cul-
tural Foundation.
ronf o Study Shows Rabbis Highest
Among A!! Other Clergymen
\"TO l.ITAl A Stud)
incomes of clergymen in
l indicated that rabbis are
i,,hest-paid spiritual leaders
| city. The data was con-
in a feature story in the
Star- church page, giv-
c- on the income ot clergy
United Church, a union of
istS, Congregationalists and
Presbj terians; Anglicans,
it Unitarians and Jews,
minimum income ot United
clergymenincluding sal-
i!o allowance and the equiv-
if a homeis $6,000 a year,
ip United Church saiary in
ty is $20,000 plus a free par-
best paid Presbyterian
r receives $11,000 a year.
Anglican minimum is $3,-
At least two Anglican
liters in Toronto recive $10,-
annually. One Baptist
th pays its minister $10,090.
ic priests do not receive
ry but do get non-taxable
allowances. Some priests
vows of poverty.
I Unitarian minister with a
latively small congregation
jttO receives $13,000 a year.
I Unitarian clergymen re-
about $9,000 a year in an-
Acome.
star Church Editor Allan Sprag-
gel reported that rabbis' salaries.
Inch are not published, are en
the whole the highest of any
gmup of spiritual leaders. He
-aid that top pay of $35,000 plus
al least another $10,000 set fees
lor weddings, funerals and Bar
Mitzvahs, goes to Dr. Stuart Ros-
enberg, rabbi of Beth Tzedec Con-
tion. With his free house.
[Jr. Rosenberg's income is equal
lo $50,000 annually, which places
him near the top for rabbinical
salaries in North America, the
newspaper asserted.
Rabbi Gunther Plaut, of Holy
Blossom Temple, reeves $30,- i
000 annually, according to the
report; and Rabbi Jordan Pearl- j
son, of Temple Sinai, receives
$18,000. In very small syne-
1 gogues, the salary is probably
considerably less than $10,000 a
\ year. The church editor attri-
buted the relatively high salar-
' ies of rabbis to "the lack of an
anti-money bias in Judaism."
One rabbi was quoted by Sprag-
get as saying that poverty and
piety are not related in Judaism
as they are in the Christian tradi-
tion, that the rabbi is respected
by the congregation and it is proud
to pay him well.

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Florida's 721,000 living veterans
of all wars were reminded this
week that in the past four years
of the Democratic Administration,
VA hospital beds in Florida have;
expanded i'rom 1.320 to 1,538. An
additional 2,268 have been au-
thorized.
This was pointed out by Thomas
F. Fleming Jr., Florida State
chairman of the Lyndon B. John-
son campaign, as he simultaneous-
ly announced the appointment of,
three co-chairmen to head a vet-,
cian's crusade to elect LBJ on
Nov. 3.
The three are Daniel Neal Hel-
ler, Miami; Arthur M. Mac-
Carthy, Tallahassee; and Sam
Story, Lake Wale*.
They will head up the Florida
Veterans for Johnson Committee,
Fleming said, and work actively
to induce organized as well as
unorganized voters to vote for
LBJ.
Heller is a Miami attorney and
the immediate pasl National
Commander of the Jewish War
Veterans ol the U.S.A. Mac-
Carthy >s a well-known Tallahas-
see business and civic leader, as
well as a pasl Department Com-
mander of the State of Florida
American Legion. Story is Chair-
man of the Florida Veterans Com-
mission. He also is a rancher
and citrus grower in the Lake
Wales area and a long time em-
ployee of the Atlantic Coat Line
Railway.
Youth Group
At Or Olom
Slated Oct. 31
Mrs. Herbert Seltman and Mrs.
Leon Darlow, co-chairmen of Tem-
ple Or Olom's Youth Group, an-
nounce the Junior and Senior
Teen-Age Group will jointly spon-
sor a dance on Saturday. Oct. 31,
from 7:30 to 11 p.m.. in the Social
Hall. Youth director is Jack
Rabin.
Temple Teen-Age Youth Group
meets every other Sunday even-
ing. Next r< gular meeting is Sun-
dry. Oct. 25 from 7 to 8:31) p.m.,
[or Juniors 8 t'> 9:30 p.m. for the
Senior group.
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Friday, October
23.19H
Feldman to Get
Award Sunday;
Sen. Morse Slated
Hemiatn fc'eJiUI I undo "4
st pn -idenl ol pie Beih
I be how even-
$ I ["<
..,! C tin-
>man
I of Is >yne
to
t that S
II a e the pi n oi
'. : t
" and In
ine evening was n
f)r Herbert M. Baui spiri-
leader ol the Temple, and
Ri \ itz, dinner chairman.
In addition to serving as first
president of Temple Beth Am,
Feldman has been chairman of
the Board of Trustees, chairman
of the Building Committee and
chairman of the Fund-Raising
Committee. He served as the
chairman of the first Temple
Beth Am Israel Bond Dinner in
i960 and again in 1961.
Sen Morse ;>n outspoken lib-
i I, has been a staunch friend ol
the State ol Israel in the Sen-
\ leading member of the Sen-|
K Foreign Relations Committee,
Sei Morse is an exponent of the
ii ding up "t underpriveleged na-.
Uons in the world through invest-1
,- its and e< on tic assistance.
\ one-tune or Ol law,
-, entered I tical arena
Republii He resigned
'Living Hebrew" Resumes on TV^
-Living Hebrew." television
ram sp< nsored by the Bureau
of Jewish Education, over Station
WTHS, Ch. -'. ill begin its -
cnth year on Thursday, Nov. 5.
.it 7 p.m.. an an-
noui cei : i loseph Cohen, p
: ol the Bureau.
The 15 broadcasts on Thursday
evenings this year '.'.:i feature the
the Hebrew Ian
through selections from Pirke
Aboth, "The Ethii -
i I s."
Instructor will be
tkM II vi" IB, i M
' the Bureau, i
N;it|i : Off,
1,1 the Fath.
'"in.
"v...-
h>' Dr.
Bureau, in storj
i Zvi Rosen!
work,
Li- ing H ">,-
lai
"sed thro
try.

Planning the Temple Beth Am-Israel Dinner of State are Chair-
man Philip Revitz and Mrs. Revitz as they conqratulate Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Feldman on his being named to receive the
Israel Redemption Award at the dinner on Sunday evening at
the Doral Country Club.
Adult Lectures
At Beth David
Beth Dav'd will Inaugurate a
series ol eight adult lectures and
discussion s ssions on Tuesdaj ,
The lectures will be held every
Tuesday from 9 to 10 p.m.. in the
new -chool building at Beth David
in conjunction with the Bureau of
om the parts in 1952 and later rewish Education. The public i>
invited i" attend.
Rabbi Elie r \ I e\ i, >l Miami,
will lead the pro ip ir thi -
i hich will incli de eighl weekly
topics of interest.
Rafcbi Le'i, a Student o' the
University cf To-onto arH 'he
Jewish Thr-o'ogical Seminary,
and a veteran of pulpits in sev-
eral cities throughout the nation,
as well as Sidney Austrila, ap-
peared at Beth David last year.
Topics will be: Oct. 27 "Is
There a Jewish Vote: ilas it Been
Effective'"
Nov. 10 -Our Teen-agers: Why
Interdate?"
Nov. 17 intermarriageCan
it Succeed?'"
Nov. 24 "The Jewish Home
What are You Contributing?"
Dec. 1 "Is the Synagogue the
Center of Judaism?"

e ; the Democratic Part).
The present the Israel
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As Governor, HAYDON BURNS will
give Dade County's needs the state
attention they have long been denied.
HAYDON BURNS is pledged to work
for Dade progress.
ELECT HAYDO
Democratic Candidate for
GOVERNOR
"LEADERSHIP FOR FLORIDA'S FUTURE "
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SPACE
PROGRAM
has poured millions into Florida's economy.
HOLLAND
is a member of this important committee.
Not only has the space program benefited the
area around Cape Kennedy, but it will continue
to pour millions more into Florida's economy.
H is important to all Floridians, Democrats and
Republicans alike, that we preserve the seniority
that gives Holland a seat on the Aeronautical and
Space Science Committee, whose prime respon-
sibility is to serve all matters in the space field.
Every resident of Florida shares in the benefits
that have resulted.
Florida needs Holland's continued influence on
this committee ... it is a valuable asset to every
citizen of Florida and the nation.
Paid Political Adtcrtitcnunt Paid Tor By
Herbert F, Wolfe, Treat.
CONTINUE FLORIDA'S PROGRESS .
CONTINUE FLORIDA'S SENIOR SENATOR
SPESSARD L.
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Friday. October 23, 1964
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Weli
'9
IOHS
&
ervices
J his (A/eekend
CUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
* Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
HAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION "85 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Israel Kershner.
INSHB EMES. 2633 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative.
ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
s.rvative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
,,,,,. ,: :ini 8:15 p.m. Saturday '>
i-..,v Mltxrali: David, son <>r Mr.
s. Harry Stone. Rabbi Carl
i,.; ( Keth Sholom Congregation,
in, Alberta, Can., will lu-
lu,.' rabbi both ila>*. Cantor Uimuiii
l-i'i in tnalati 'I by the Hitli David
I
bETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
5:3o )i.in. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
"Vision of Abraham." Mln-
l r. p.m.
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|ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
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IETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
M.imches.
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JF TH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rahhi Mi
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
i.iv ^: 4.". a.m. Sei mon: 'i. Make tiuort." 1:40 p.m. "The
..t Law." 5:30 p.m. "I'ngaln-
., iichter."
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T H M O S H E CONGREGATION.
. :o W. Dwie Hv/>. Conservative.
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TH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave.
iox. Ralph Krieger, secre-

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-H TFILAH. 93"> Euclid Ave Or-
Rabbi Joseph E. H.ic'KOvsky

IETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
five. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
z. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
I
nd 8:1 |i m Si I
Has Mlii
leu
y
ind M kl II
Klfen-
f!.....I for the l.wi-li People?" Batur-
I das 10:30 a.m. Ser.....n: "Rebel* with
i i'ails.." Octiibel birthday children
ill in- iiii-.-v,.,i ;n !) altar.
y
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
17 Heshvan 5:26 p.m.
IIIH.'" IIUIIII
"I'niniiscs and Pnlfllimenta." Satur-
day 9 a.m. Mlni'ha 5:30 p.m.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 64S
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
/ mias.
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TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Mortjn Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steiru-r.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronith.
Cantor David Conviser.
I'Yiilay B.15 p.m. I'niti'il I und anil
I'nited Nations Sabbath. Sermon:
'Tin- Vlalt." Salnrilav 10:45 a.m. Bar
Afltivah: Murray Alan. fton of Mr.
mil Mrs. Aluani Baiter; Steven Ira.
-son of Mr. anil Mrs. Marvin Jacket*.
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TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
ander Cohen.
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 168O0 NW
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday 5:30 and 8:13 p.m. bermnn:
"The liebate in Rome and the Van-
ishing Jew." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Humble Beginning* of
Great I'eoplo." Mlneha 5:20 p.m.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baamgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
I'Yiiiax 7:45 p.m. Those uiili birthdays
in Auiruat, September and ti tober
will I., i all l i i ilu- p ilpll for n i.l-s-
Mi .ni Mrs. I' ivld S. llliH-k
iil ho I the 'ii -- Shabbal hi honor
li
TEMPLE BETH SH RAH. 7500 SW
120th St. R.;onstructionist. Rabbi
Moms Skoi). Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
* |. in. s.-i mon "An Cu
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
FTiday s:'in p.m. Sermon: "Which is
Kindtr To be Brutally Frank or
to Till a White Ue." Saturday i'::i"
a.m. Bar Mltivah: Robert, son of Mr.
ami Mrs. Herman Kane.
be consecrated by Rabbi Kipper and |
honored .it an Ones Shabbat.

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 79th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
I'Yiiiay i; p.m. Saturday i* a.m. Ber- ,
mon: "Portion of the Law." Bar Mltr-
vah: Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs.
la w is Jacobaon
TEMPLE NER I'm MID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Nieo Feldman.
Frfilay *:i!o p.m. S-rinon: "Peace
Politics for Policies." Saturday 8:45
a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale
l-YMay 8:13 p.m. Salmon: "Twontj
Cants for Civilisation, Blghty Osnts
for 1 i-vastation."
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dickson.
l-ii'lay s:i.", p.m. Sermon: "The Israeli
Army." Salunluy 8:49 a.m. Sermon:
"The Tin Angels."
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Rabbi Mayer Abramounti
ISRAEL MELLER, 1:30 p.m.
Rabbi Max Ltpscnttt
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
I i -la v r. p.m. Hi .i I i -ii- -t *.i
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per.
Knil,i> 8:15 p.m. New members will
i. Steven .l"> I Susancck. Snttirda>
'' n in. Sel.....it: "Portl Week
, even Joel, son of Mr
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YOUNG ISHAfcL. 900 rJE 171st St
Orthodox. Rabbi Shei win Stauber.
! 'riiia> ; i' .a s'aliii'da> a,
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v.itivr. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Jack Lerncr.
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In ,i.
. pai lli ii. ite in I 'oiiHccration .
: Ii --I .
^LAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51t
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
; enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
rida> R:I5 p.m. I'nited Fund Sal-
aiIi. i.....i Shabbal hosted b> Mr. ami
II s. llyinan Jlilakofr in honor of
L4fc-ai!ililaiu:hfr Marilyn's weddlnK in I
K', ... York. Saturdas v ;" a.m Ser-
^ftion: "I'ortlon "i" the Week." Mlncha
*T. LAUDERDALt EMANU-EL. 1801
I E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
I Richard M. Leviton.
JiEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
I dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
1 Gross
J"i l.i. '- p.m. Salittilay '.i a.m. and
:l.".
MtOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SiNAl, 1201
f Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
I David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah
I Hailbraun.
a -
KlOWESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
I St., Hdmsataad, Conservative. Can-
tor Pincus Aloof.
SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swlraky. Cantor Louis Cohen
, in, Sermon:
i \ Inn of i ii-p
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Mrsri Max i n 1
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. p.in. Satunla.v '" in
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cha B15 p.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strssafeld.
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373T Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
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60U*HWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St.*Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wapa.
ll-MiliM 5:30 anil S:l,i I'.m. Sermon:
By DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT
Temple Israel of Gerater iviiami
Recently, Sen. Hubert Hum-
phrey, in "iic of In- campaign
speeches quoted from the Honk
ol Deuteronomy. Referring to
the choice which the American
people must soon make in the
national election, the SenatOl
reminded us of the Biblical pas-
-i e: "Behold 1 have set before
yon life and death, good ana
evil, blessing and curse. Choose,
therefore, life that ye may live.""
This is, of course, a familial
scriptural sentence to Judaism
and Jews, not only on Yom Kip-
pur but always. It sums up tht
ancient and unending faith which
we have had in man's freedom
to choose, to shape his destiny.
And it captures in a single
thought the strong conviction on
our part that every man must,
finally, be held accountable and
r. p insible for his lite and deeds.
Nov.. it cannot be that either
Judaism or we Jews arc oblivious
to the sad facts of life that our
freedom is often seriously lim-
ited. Fate, like greatness, is of-
ten thrust upon us. Circum-
stances at birth, unforeseen ac-
cident, natural calamities, and
real human disasters such as
war and persecution certainly
curtail, it they do not entirely
destroy, the freedom of count-
less numbers,
1 once asked Dr. Leo Baeck.
the renowned Jewish leader of
pre-Hitier Germany, how we can
reconcile our faith in freedom
with the realities life often im-
poses upon us. He was a good
man to ask. Hitler had placed
Dr. Baeck in a concentration
camp and had tied him to a re-
fuse cart which he had to haul
about the prison yard. But Dr.,
Baeck chose to discuss philoso-
phy and theology with a com-i
panion, instead of succumbing
to the indescribable degradation
the Nazis had inflicted upon
him.
"It is true," said Rabbi Baeck.
The answer, I believe, lies in
each lual human heart and
life. Books can not resolve the
nma. Literature can not do
away with the conflict. Philoso-
phy and psychology can not erasi
the problem. U remains for
each of us to ray how free he
can be, how much he is able to
choose between good and evil.
Sen. Humphrey was right, but
in a much larger sense than per-
haps he had in mind. In the
context of all our problems and
concerns, we must go on believ-
ing that good and evil, life and
death, blessing and curse are set
before us and that we must
choose life.
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I passe with the 13 Arab states,"
lit is his professional prerogative.
[Not even a feature writer for Mi-
Iami's morning daily can hope
:ilways and forever to have the
answer to everything. What mili-
tary- men. outside of our city's
Extensive corps of Cuban gener-
"als, will be less than guarded?
If the reporter had only been in-
terested in Mr. Dubinsky's visit
as well, another story might have
emergedthe story of the UJA's
newest and most exciting horizon
in Israel today: the young re-
public's urgent educational needs
which American Jews must help
meet. But after all, what's con-
spiratorial in that? It's far more
exciting to suggest illicit intrigue
DR. JOitfH R. NAROT
freedom of choice
that life often limits or affects
our ability to choose, but it -till
leaves us with the will to
choose."
1 have often thought of this
entire problem and of the Bage's
words, it is a universal ques-
tion. It is an agonizing question.
The historic Jewish doctrine
that all is in the hands of heav-
en save the fear of heaven,"
said Dr. Solomon Schechter, "is
not without its difficulties."
Indeed not. Who shall say
thai B child born into a slum
has the same chances in life as
he who is born into a comfort-
able home? And yet we know
that some have risen above
slums, above hate, above every
possible and impossible burden
of environment, of fate, of cir- ^
cumstance.
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At Emanu-EI
Forty-Niners of Temple Emanu-
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Sirkin Hall Irving Schatzman,
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+Jewlsli ffcridiajn
Friday, October 23. 1964
foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN

Relations Between Israel and Germany Seem to be Souring
Jerusalem
DELATIONS BETWEEN Israel
* and Western Germany seem
to be heading for a period of
heavy strain. The recent state-
ment by Bonn's Chancellor Er-
hard that he saw no way for leg-
islative action to bar West German
scientists from working in Egypt
evoked deep resentment here
which, so far, has found only limited expression in
the reaction of a Foreign Office spokesman. What
Israel demanded, he said, was that Bonn take
effective steps to put an end to the activities of
the scientists aiding Nasser in the development
of aggressive arms which, as Nasser openly de-
clares, are intended for Israel's destruction.
The idea of legislative action did not emanate
from Israel. It was the Bonn Government and
Bundestag, he said, that felt that this could best
be achieved by means of legislative measures and
now, 20 months after they had been initiated,
Chancellor Erhard finds it is "impracticable"
without pointing to any other alternative.
Observers here wonder what prompted the
Chancellor to come out with this public statement
including a reiteration of Bonn's stand regard-
ing the applicability of the statute of limitation to
Nazi war criminalswhich, beside all other con-
siderations, was hound to bring about heavy in-
ternal pro-sure on the Israel Government, as in-
deed it did. Several opposition parties have al-
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Politician and Minister
ONE OF THIS writer's favorite rab-
bis has forthrightly stated from the
pulpit that he found himself unable to
keep silent in the current Presidential
election campaiun because he saw in
the campaign "a meddling with reli-
- principles." He based his judg-
ment in part on the tact that one of
1he candidates had accused the opposi-
tion party of holding "a wrong view ol
men, his nature, and his destiny."
Said the rabbi: "When the politician poses as a
priest or as a prophet, then it is incumbent upon the
religious leader to subject the new theology and creed
to careiul scrutiny to ascertain whether it is divinely
inspired or incited by Satan."
Let us leave to the many rabbis, ministers, and
prie=ts. as well as the several church periodicals now
declaring themselves concerning the election campaign
tj wrestle with that issue. But let none of us who has
the least bit of understanding about the racist nature
of the McCarrar Walter Immigration Law and its per-
nicious forerunner, the highly-discriminatory Johnson
Immigration Law, keep silent in the face of Vice Pres-
idential Candidate William E. Miller's shocking views on
immigration.
Mr. Miller is quoted as saying that President John-
son has given top priority to legislation that "would com-
pletely abolish our selective system of immigration and
instead open the floodgates for virtually any and all who
vish to come and find work in this country." Further,
he has declared that "if the law were enacted, the
number of immigrants next year will increase three
fold and in subsequent years will increase even more."
That Congressman Miller, whose Polish wife might
well now be facing the hell of a Communist regime in
middle Europe had politicians of an earlier day been
heartless enough to make our immigration laws as cruel
aad racist as they wished, stopped to examine current
legislative proposals on this important issue, he would
find nothing whatever in the proposals advanced by a
Democrat. Sen. Hart, or a Republican, Sen. Javits, do-
ing anything like opening the floodgates of humans into
this country.
And as to selectivity, if the New York Congress-
man cares to go on believing that an unlettered day
laborer from Norway should get higher marks than a
learned mathematician from Italy, then he has failed
to listen to the high-sounding moral utterances of his
own political party. The people still knocking at our
golden gates are men, women, and children who most
certainly would be warmed by and pleased with the
many fine references to God and moral values heard
a few weeks ago at the San Francisco convention. Why,
then, turn now and toll them that our national origins
quota system for the selection ol immigrants is sacro-
sanct?
"The theory oi national origins (in our immigration
law) cannot be defended without recourse to the dis-
credited and unchristian tenets of Racism," Cardinal
rushing, one of the great leaders of Candidate Miller's
faith, has declared. Under the national origins quota
policy, roughly 70 per cent of our yearly immigration
allotment goes to Anglo-Saxon and Western European
lanq>; the remaining 30 per cent is divided among South-
ern and Eastern Europe, the Near East, Asia, and Africa.
Yet, every one of the candidates for the four highest
offices in the United StatesCongressman Miller includ-
edhas stated that we must seek and win and main
tain the respect and friendship of the peoples of every
nation on this planet.
ready requested a full dress debate in the Knesset
when it opens its winter sea-on next week and in
anticipation of which the Government intends to
come out with an official statement which is ex-
pected to be couched in rather sharp terms.
Moreover, Chancellor Erhard's statement came
on the heels of another Bonn reaction to a press
i
Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Things Are
Different Now
THE WIVES AND children of public officials seem
' to have become as much public figures as the
man elected to office. One doesn't know for instance
all the time whether it's Lyndon Johnson or Lady-
bird or Lucy who is running for President. They
are all out campaigning and it's the same way on
the Republican side.
And from Israel this week, it was announced
that Mrs. Levi Eshkol, the newly-married wife of the
Prime Minister, is coming to the United States to
go barnstorming for Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Eshkol before her marriage lived the rel-
atively sheltered life of a librarian. She is an at-
tractive young woman of many line qualities: never-
theless, the tact that she was a librarian must have
also influenced Mr. Eshkol. who doubtless remem-
bered that Abraham Lincoln walked thirty miles to
return a book. With a librarian in the home, he
won't have to do that.
When Ben-Gurion was last in New York, he
literally hounded the book stores. Thomas Jefferson
had the largest library of any American in his day.
It became the nucleus of the present library of Con-
gress. With Disraeli, it was different. Disraeli said
whenever he wanted to read a book, he wrote one.
But Disraeli had more time. He was the British
Prime Minister, and England only has three parties,
the Conservatives, the Labori'e-. and the Liberals;
while Israel has about twenty parties, and besides
this hardship, as Weizmann said to Truman, "he
had to be President of a whole n. tion of Presidents."
It's a different world today in other respects be-
sides that of women campaigning. Countries, for
instance, now build sukkahs for distinguished vis-
itors.
This past week, Malta celebrated the beginning
of its independence and Dr. Burg, Israel's Minister
of Public Welfare, was assigned to represent Israel
at the birthday celebration of the new nation, but
Dr. Burg found out that the celebration would take
place on Sukkoth, and there was no sukkah in Malta.
Dr. Burg got in touch with the Malta govern-
ment and said he understood there was no sukkah
there. They told him there were plenty of nice girls
in Malta, and he needn't worry. Dr. Burg then had
to explain to them that a sukkah is a booth, and he
told them all about how the Jews lived in booths
when they went out of Egypt. To make a long story
short, the Malta government went ahead and built a
sukkah especially for Dr. Burg.
The Israel cabinet minister had an interesting
encounter with the Soviet envoy at Malta. Seeing
Dr. Burg carrying a little bag, he asked, "What's in
therethe atomic bomb?" It uses Talis and TefiTIin.
report hero which quoted Premier Eshkol as lay-
ing that he might meet Chancellor Erhard some-
time next year. A Bonn spokesman said that
nothing was known" of such a planned meet-
ingw-hile in fact it is scheduled to take plac
Quite obviously one does not have to look :ard
for an explanation of Bonn's behavior. It is all
part and parcel of Bonn's "Drang nach 0>'?n,"
West Germany's drive to penetrate the Middle East
and Africa and secure for itself there a wide econ-
omic and political base. Surely it is no accident
that Chancellor Erhard's statement coincides with
an impending visit by President Nasser of E:ypt
to Bonn.
To be sure there is nothing new to it. [t is
a nolW that has been going on for many years
and it has been the fear of Arab reaction that llso
kept Bonn lrom establishing diplomatic rela'.ons
with Israel.
It would appear however that, as West Ger-
many grows stronger, it feels less and less the
needs of "balancing" its policy vis-a-vis the Arabs
and of considering World public opinion. While
two years ago the issue of the German scientists
was seen as causing West Germany to feel "un-
comfortable," now apparently Bonn feels that t.iere
is no more room for any such "sensitivity" ind
that the Israeli aspect can now be handled with
much lass "caution" than in the past.
Off file Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Tribute by a Student
w
HEN TJHIS WRITER enter"! the
Elchanan Yeshiva, forerunner of
yeshiva University, he was in the midst
A reading a speech that he was to de-
iver at his bar mitzvah some reeks
ater.
Preparations for the- event 3 I be-
uin some weeks earlier at the Veshiva
; Eitz Chaim, a minor yeshiva that was
I n effect a preparatory school for those
who wanted to pursue the advanced Jewish ei teation
that was being offered by the Isaac Elchanan theologi-
cal school. The bar mitzvah speechwhich was really
not a speech but a dissertation on a Talmudic theme
whose essence now eludes memorywas brief, staccato
sharp and delivered in the inimitable chant that was
the delight of Jewish mothers and the pride Of Jew-
ish fathers over the centuries.
Amidst straining eyes that seemed to be i'! quest
of miracle and beards scattered by inquiring fingers,
the bar mitzvah youth proceeded to unburden himself
of the treasures he accumulated over the months and
which he was now sharing with the elders at the table.
On completing his dissertation, he caught his tither's
eyes tearing in delight, while his mother, though it was
her hour too, stood parted by walls from the dialogue
of the men.
Then came the endless questioning, by Rabbi Arano-
witz, the then-already greying scholar who was to live
to a long, ripe age, by Reb Moshe, the saintly man who
was not of this world as he strolled through the corridors
of the yeshiva exhorting students to "learn today and
loaf tomorrow," and by the learned men of our synagogue
and chassidic shtibel.
Becoming thirteen meant much to a Jewish boy in
those days, especially to one who had had the privilege
of finding shelter under the tent of learning that was
the Isaac Elchanan yeshiva.
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Secret Jews Serve at a U.S. Air Force Base
Washingtonl
LJAS THE UNITED States Air Forcel
* caused Jewish personnel and del
pendents to become virtual "Marranos"!
secret Jewsat Wheelus Air Base, at!
Tripoli. Libya? Personnel of the base!
have written to Sen. Jacob K. Javits.[
New York Republican, detailing their!
plight in the anti-Jewish atmosphere of]
the Arab country.
The Air Force position is that Arab passions are
directed not only against Jews but also against the con-
tinued use of the strategic base by the United Stairs.
There is concern that no offense be given to the Arabs.
The preservation of "cordial relations" transcend; the
rights and feelings of American Jews based in Libya
in the Air Force view.
Jews stationed at Wheelus charge, in effect, that
the Air Force would like them to conceal their Jewish
identity.
Describing the situation of married personnel, an
Air Force Captain wrote of his concern ever the fate of
hi wife and children.
He said: "We live under constant fear of intimida-
tion. It is not as if we enjoyed the walled sanctity of
Wheelus Air Base. We are dispersed in Arab towns,
MM miles from the base. To be sure, we have been
forced to completely lose our Jewish identity. Christ-
mas will be a nightmare. The pressure to put up a
Christmas tree 'as all Americans do' will be overwhelm-
ing."
The captain and his wife started a Sunday School
for 20 Jewish children. The children were too young
to understand that they must keep secret the fact that
they were Jewish. "All Jews are personna non grata
here." said the Captain. The words "hear, oh Israel"
are treason. Jewish prayer books must be smuggled in.
There was fear of teaching the children Jewish prayers
or songs.
The attitude of a Jewish chaplain who made oc-
casional visits to the base was described by the aptain
as "don't rock the boat."
We have just decided to discontinue our S-Jnday
School for fear that our children are learning too much.
I attribute our safety to two factorsour hidden Jewish
identity and blind luck ... it is a miserable, nerye-
wrackini! existence."
' When the late President Kennedy said: 'Ask what
you can do for your country,' I feel that he did not ex-
pect us to sacrifice our religion or self-respect. If Jew-
ish personnel must be forced upon the Arabs, .why not
let it be unmarried men who would reside in barracks
nn basenot families who must live in the Arab com-
munity." it


October 23, 1964
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origlna I
be-
Itaiml. Fla., and flip
1< of Hi'- Court on or
ember 24, 196-1. otherwise
will be confessed by you.
11, -,,'...- 18 i!ii;i.
I.KATHERMAX, Clerk
C. M I.V.MAN, D.C.
in 23, ::. 11 S, 13
;iRCUIT COURT OF THE
S'CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
/,DE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. f-iC 11282
\ HOIHiA.N CAMPBELL,
. .., in' i-1'
I il\|ITT
Defendant
U01ICE BY
CAMI'BEI.I
PUBLICATION
ALB KMMETT CAMPBELL
b'o Hoover Campbell
Sell Nil
ui i'd, Pennsj Ivanla
til ARK HEREBY notified thai
I ,.ini fol Divorce 1ms been
igainal 5 ou, and s mi are hi re-
miii ,-il I-. serve b copy "I" 5 oiii
. r to tli- i 'omplalnl on the
- r- nl i.rni LESTER ROO-
-. hone .. i -- Ik 921 N.W. 1 111 >
H, Miami, Hoi Ida, and file the
ij nit the Answer In the office
- Clerk of |he Eleventh Judicial
; in and for 1 lade < 'ounty, Flor-
. 'i or bi e the I6tlt daj of
-in-.-, 1964, in default of which
iut u 111 In- taken as eon-
b Mm
|\ ,:i > thin i'i day of (KM
E I: l. HTHERMAN,
Clerk of ti'. Circuit Court
iiber,
By:
M
l.YMAN
10/16-23-30,
11 ii
|THE CIRCL.T COURT OF THE
\h JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
|OR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C10768
iKY A DEEP.
Plaintiff,
HAD REALTY
rk cor|Kniti,>n.
New
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADfc COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 10015
8IRROX FARM, DIVISION OP
Slltlin.s ENTERPRISES, INC.
,1 I, a sikini; mi.i. FARMS,
IMaintlff
vs.
MAX CRESTALE
I x-ii ndant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO; MAX CRESTALL
Royal lieorge Hotel
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
roll ARE HEREBY notified ili.it
.i Re-Amended Hill of Complaint has
been flleii against you b> SIRRO.N
l-'.Ml.M, DIVISION nl 81RRON EN-
TERI'RIHES, INC.. -I b/a SPRING
1111,1. FARMS, INC., uli.nl.> said
Plaintiff seeks payment for services
rendered i" you and your Inns.-,
illlil. APPEAL."
V.iii are required ti> aerve a copj
nj your Answer or Pleading to the
Re-Amended IJIII of Complaint on
the I'lulntiff'a attorneys. ViH'Ni:.
CAPODILl'PO ,v HYMAN, 407 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Reach, Florida,
,ni,l file tin- original Answer "i
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
the ISth day "f November 1964. 11
yo 1 fall i" do mi. Judgment by de-
lault "ill be taken against you foi
the Relief demanded by you m the
Re-Amended Hill of Complaint,
Dune AND ORDERED at Miami
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your legal notice*.
W* appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial I It 3-4605
ior messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
I:, .1
th
le County, Plorldii
October 1964.
this
LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE
CORP, 11
SAMTHE
i.kk, HARRY Ai't.Ktt and .Miami
ACM FEDERAL 8AVINOH AND
an ASSOCIATION, u National
living Corporation!
1 tefendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
run NAME OP Til estate
EEORIDA
: SAMUEL ADLER
2166 tisth Street
Brookyn, New York
MARRY ADLER
Residence 1 in .now n
Ala, OTHER nfil unknown persona
ling or claiming to have any right,
I, or bltereat In the property which
the subject matter of this suit,
lid properly lying and being In Hade
fumy, Florida, ''-I more partlcular-
.1, icribed .1- follows:
...| 18, Block 6 of LINCOLN
1 1.division, according to the
.a thereof, recorded In Plat
...ic 9, at Page ii of the Public
oi-ds of Bade County, Florida;
- iher with the buildings and
: i ovementa t hereon.
i>i; ani> km 11 11K YOU are
by notified that a Buit lias been
ci in the above-named Court by the
\. -nanieil l'!., ntlff for the purpose
i-anceVng certain deeda made by
fcRRY adi.ee SAMUEL ADEER,
h) SAMUEL ADEER to ZITl'AI)
Im.ty CORP., and by HARRV
I.EIt to ZIIOAD REALTY CORP.,
Kuld deeda tffectlng title to the
described propertj.
'ill ARE HEREBY ORDERED
required t" file your appearance,
iding or answer In said suit on
.....1I1- da) of November,
and in del 11 of such appear-
pleadlng n answer a decrei
onfeaso entered against
and eai ou, and Judgment
lull wl laki 11 against you
i, : ntted In the t' 'in
|i
IE iERED In Dade
.1 : Sp :liis Jiuli ila> "I
r.",l
1: II EE vTHERMAN
I, ik of tlli "ii nil "iut
} 1 M i.VM \N
i iep
';
-
. ig
1, Floi : I
", '1. 16. J::
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C10731
ARE ii: \nki:i-
Plaintiff,
ANN OAHILL: Pl'BLIC SERVICE
MI'TI'AI. INSURANCE COMPANY,
n New York corporation: ami
EDWARD E. ST ANTON.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ANN CAIIILE
l'::< North Itiih Street
llloonifielil, N,w Jersey
TOll ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that n Complaint to Foreclose Mort-
gage on the following described prop-
erty, to-wlt:
Lot I, Block 8t*N TAN ME-
I.acI". SECTION ONB, according
to the flat thereof, recorded In
Pint Book 50, at fane i". of the
Public Records "f Cade County,
Florida: together with rill Im-
provements thereon ami all furni-
ture, furnishings, fixtures, equip-
ment ami appliances therein con-
tained, ami any replacements
thereof.
hat been filed agnlnst you, ami you
are required i" serve a copy of your
Answer "i other pleadings to the
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney,
itum-HT H. TRACRKJ, 1133 d ti Pont
Building, Miami. Florida, on or be-
fore ii" -"it '!.> of November, 1984.
If you fall i" do so, a Decree of Pro
Confesso will he filed against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint.
DATED: September 39, IBM.
K 1-. EEATHERMAN, Clerk
B) K. M. l.YMAN
11. put) Clerk
in 2, 9, If, 23
seal)
K It, EEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
1 lade 1 "ounty, Florida
Hi : r. p. COPEEAND
Deputy Clerk
10-10, 23, 30,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8366
THE VYIELIAMKBl'RUH
BA\ INHH HANK,
Plain! ill.
\ H.
JOHN II DABNEY, and
his wile. If man Ii d, el
1 lefi ndants.
NOTICE OF SUiT
DAIINEY,
I.
d,
Dab-
11-1;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN thnl
the undersigned, deslrlna i" engage
in business under Ihe fictitious name
of TOWN I'OOE HOMES nl 11450
H.W, is7th Street, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
I'l'AII. ROOST PROPERTIES, INC.
B> : isi Martin NVoolln.
President
KENNETH M. MYERS, ESQ.
MYERS, HEIMAN .v.- KAPLAN
1150 B.VV, 1st Street, Miami, Kla.
Attorneys for Qall Roost
Priiiiertles, Inc.
10-16, 23, 30, 11-6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
CoMANY at
mi. now !
dead, the
legate! .
, reilitoi ,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAI cpni|TOF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 11046
DAVE WEISS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BESSIE WHI88,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: P.Es'SiE WEISS
172 East '.i.".'h Street
Brooklyn, New York
You BESSIE WEISS are hereby
notified that a BUI of Complaint l"i
Mvorue 1ms been filed against you, ol OXFORD TITL.B
number I'd Alinerla Avenue In the
.1
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, MI ETON A. FRIEDMAN,
till Atnaley Building, Miami. Florida
S319I2, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
9th day of November, 1964, If you
rail to be taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
eaeh week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH I'l.oiIlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 8th daj f October, A.D.
1964.
K r, EEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, I'ade County. Florida
(seal) By: K. M l.YMAN
1 >,-|iuiy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
nil Ainsley Building
Miami ::.'. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
in 9-16-2,1-30
CREDITORS
and All Peraoni
Demands Against
MIELER,
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
I iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64522-C
!E Estate
Y LINE TOBIAS,
I l,-.e .,-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All Persons
Ping Claims or Demands Against
I UMate:
ou are hereby notified and raqulr-
to present any claims and de-
Jnds which you may have against
estate of PAL-EINE TOBIAS de-
Mad late of Dade County. Florida,
the County Judges of Dade Coun-
I and file the same In duplicate
hi as provided In Section 7:13.16,
riila Statutes. In their offices In
County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
Florida, within six calendar
ths from the time of the first pub-
tinn hereof, or the same will he
I'ml.
f'H'ii at Miami, Florida, this 23rd
of Sept,-ml,el. A.D. Unit.
MAC MKKMKEE
Aa Executor
*"t publication of thia notice on
'-'nd dav of October. 1964,
IAC MERMBLL
tor
&W. Tldrd v., 1, .-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C10763
DOEEAR SAVlNtlS DANK OF THE
CITY OF NEW YORK
Plaintiff,
Hull.AND DERR1IJ.
el UX, it al,
1 i.i.-nil.ints.
NOTICE OF SUIT
T" ROEEAND DEURIEL Mil.I.KK
and MARY S MILLER,
HIS WIFE,
103 E. "ii' Stn et
Mgnniei. Indlai
^ ;,,. heieb} notified that the
[ptloiied....... has been in-
nguinsl yon In the '
irtlclnl tin ull
ml ''..... """'v
"""" ""'
'
IITION, SECTION
(>M I'lat I
law
! ol :~ "......
nl I'i-" Ida,
WealingI Refrl rator
II v and Venetian Blinds.
Vou are requli-ed to Ills respon-
---L^-r^nan^^mhi'r1''
1964, or a Decree Pro Confes0 WIU
I,,- entered against you.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 64C 10601
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned petitioners, hii.da
\n>l:\ MARKS, on behalf of her min-
or son, JORUM ANTONIO PORRAS,
whose residence address is 24S0 S.W.
3rd Street, Miami. Florida, intend to
apply to the Honorable Francis .1
Christie, Judge of the Eleventh Judi-
cial Circuit In and for Dad. County.
Florida, at his office In the County
Court House, at 9:2B A.M. on the
'4th day of November, 1964, or as
soon thereafter as they may be
heard, for an order changing Ihe name
of JORGE ANTONIO POIeRAS to
OKORHE ANTHONY PORRAS, by
which name he shall thereafter be
known.
Dated at M a nl, Dade County, Flor-
ida, this 2.-itll day of September. IH64.
s HII.D\ MORA MARES
,K iRfJE 1 N'TONIO I'I H
WEINTRAl'B, U BINTRACB
& CRISTi II.
jl Northensl '' r
Miami 3.1131, !' rldn
By:A.JAl CRESTOL ;
with
111.-
ie eoleieu ,iS....... .---
1 .ATED: September '9 191.4.
B l! WEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit, l ourt
Clerk
By:
O. I* ALBXANDER,
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Dade Federal Dullding
Miami. Florida, 33131
10/2. 9. 16. 23

I-, gutter
of the '
tyCWNriMACHI^pACCBPTANCl
S^/^a'^n''''I'"'^
TADIANul'l
Attorneys for 1 otn
Acceptaa......Hi s
WALLER LITMAN
Mai-hine
Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10202
Nl IRMA VICTORIA OIRO de
POl'TOC
Plaintiff,
RAUL ROLANDO POL'TOU
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RAl'L ROLANDO POCTOU
San Miguel No. 659 elitre
Marques Oonsulei
v Lucerna
Havana, t'uba
YOIT ARE HEREBY notified that
a Complaint for Divorce has been Hi-
ed aaalnst you, and you are hereby
rwiuired to serve a ."py of your an-
swer to the Complaint on the Plaln-
Uff's attorney. '-lOSTKK H(x;i:i:s.
whose address is 931 N.W. 14th
Street, Miami, Florida, and file the
original "f the Answer In the office
of the Clerk "f the Bleventh Judlolal
Circuit in and for Dade County,
Ida on or before the 2nd day
Flor-
,f No-
City ,,f Coral Hahles, Florida, intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of D.ide
Ci'tintv, Florida,
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1st
dav of 1 letol.er l!"'.l
OXFORD TITt P. COMPANY, INC.
By: ANN1-: mci.Kop.D, President
V. ROBERT CARLISLE
Attorney for Applicant
2!> Rnutheast First Avenue
Miami 32, Florida
10,16. 33, SO, 11-6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64613
In RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM E. KINESTO.NE
Dei-eased.
NOTICE TO
To All Creditors
MaviiiK Claims in'
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have aitaiust
the estate of ABRAHAM I.. FINE-
RTONE deceased late of Dad.- Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judges
,,f Dade County, and file ihe same
In duplicate and as provided In sec-
tion 738.16, Florida Ptatutea, In their
offices in the County Courthouae in
Dad.- Coiintv. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2nd
das of October, A.D. 1964.
RL'BYE B, FINBSTONE
As Administratrix
SAMI'EL S. SMITH
Vttornev for \dmlnlstratrlx
10" Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida
in 9. 16, 23, 30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE .
No. 64212
In RE Sstate of
Ml H.I.V SEDI IK WEISS, a h a
Ml ILLY HEDLIK
1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 1 '1 I All Pi rsons llav
Ina 1 'i ilnis or :i-i Said
>".. 11 m hereliy noi Ifled ind requlr-
1 any cla Imt and deman Is
hi, ii \ ou 11- i.i have aaa nsl I hi
estate ol Ml 1 EY SEDLIK WEISS,
a 1; 11 MOLLY SEDLIK deceased lale
ol Dade County. Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judg-i of 1 >o le 1 1111>. ami file
the -.ime in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 7::::. 16. Florida Sta-
tutes, In Iheli offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within si\ calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the sain.- will be I.aired.
Dated at -Miami. Florida, this L'Sth
day of September, A.D. 1964.
NATHAN BBDLlK
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd dav of Oct., 1964.
KENNETH M. MYERS OF
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attomev for Administrator
11 SO 8.W. 1st Street
.Miami, Florida 33130
10/2. 9. lfi. 21
TO: John It. D.....u-j and
ney, hla Wife, If man
Residence nknown,
and If 1 emni ri< d, thi Ii
spousi .-. it li\ 1 it, and 11
unkliow 11 heli s, di 1 -' ,
gi anti '-s. asslnni 1 s, llenoi.-.
trustees 01 ottu r 1 laimants clalmins
j by, through, indi 1 in aga Insl any
tin- abo\ name I deft ndants w
deceased.
You aie hereby notified that the
above I'ttptioiiad action ha- u n in -
.-nun,,1 aguinsi vou In the Chi
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cln
ul l lorldll hi and l"i I lade Count) In
foreclose .1 mortgage U|Hn the follow -
mil- described n-al properly:
Lot in Block .", NORWOOD FIFTH
ADDITION SECTION TWO, ac
cording to the Phil thereof, re-
corded in Plat Book '"' Page 109 of
ihe Public Ui.....rds "i Dade County,
Florida.
You are required to file n responsive
pleading to plaintiff's complaint with
the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
s.-rve a cop> thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney MARTIN FINE, Dad.- Fed-
I eral Building, .Miami, Florida 33131,
{not later than November 16, 1964, 01
la Decree Pro Conusso will 1.,- entered
against, you.
DATED. October It. P'lil
E. B. EEATHERMAN
Clerk of the 1 inuit Court
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN
Depuij Clark
MARTIN FINE
Dade Federal HuililillK
Miami, Florida (3131
10/16-23-30, II
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
In business under the fictitious name
ol IMPERIAL IMPORTS at S20 N.W.
L'l.th Street, Miami 37. Florida, in-
tend I" register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads
County, Florida.
BENNETT FASHIONS INC.
A State ,,1 Florida Corporation
In ii, 16, -':. "'1
vember, 1964, In default of which the
Complaint will be taken as confess-
hi
,-,l li\ you,
DATED
l.,i, 1964.
I'..
cl.-rk Cln lilt Court
Bj : K M I.VM \N
Deputy Clerk
this SOtll 'lay of S, pl. iii-
B, LEATHERMAN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby c.iven that
the undersigned, deslrlna; to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of OOLDIES I.IQCOR STORK at 432(1
N \\*. Sand Avenue, Miami, Florida,
intends to register -aid name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I lade Count) Floi i'la.
EDNA RUBIN,
Sole i hi inr
LE( >N \ EPSTEIN
IIU Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
; ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C10672
SANDRA E. KAIRCLOTH PACE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
I RICHARD ALLEN PACK.
I i.-l, ii'lant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: RICHARD A El.EN PACE
residence unknoa n
You, RICHARD ai.i.i:n PAGE are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plain! for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve -i copj of your Answer or Plead-
. inB in the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorni y, HATTEN .v
SAEEM, 100 N.W. 6th Street, Miami,
Florida, and file thi original Answer
..i l 'Ii.....ng In the office ol tin C
of the "I ''I '' i ir.......r hi
2nd daj ol No\ ember, 1961, n you
' fail to do .-". j:i litmenl bj di fault u 111
be taki n against > m for
I,-in.- nded I the BUI of
Th in tlce shnll
.....i w I
I in THE JEW ISH I l.' iRIDI VN
Floi Ida, lib Mh d) ii
I 'i iNE AND iRI >ERED i mil,
A I'
i; I! I.i! VTHERM \N. '' l<.
i" ., ill i" mri. I lade i 'ounlj Floi I I i
, Seal)
r, c P. Ct iPBL VND,
Depnti Clerk
II VTTEN S H VLEM
100 N.W -"'i'i sn i |
Miami, Florida
1" :. 9. 16. 23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55825-A
IN RE: Estate of
SO FIE KARY
1 leceased,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed a Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and l-'inal Discharge
as Executor of the estate of BOFIE
KARY, deceased, and that on the
30th day of October, 1964, will apply
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County. Florida, for approval of
said Final Report and for distribution
and final dtachargi as Executor of
the estate of the above-named dece-
dent. This Mli day of September,
1964.
JOSEPH ROHM, Executor
Estate "f SO FIE KARY, Deceased
KI'ItT UKI.I.iscii. AUorne)
Eatate "i Sofle Karj. Dei easi ,1
hi; Almei la A\ enue
i 'oral i ibli -. Hoi i i.i 3 '


Page 16-A
* *Vn/ Friday, October 23,
AJCong. Plans to Resume Picket of Worlds Fair
Continued from P9e 1-A
n;r:on of onr legal right.- to make
effective protest.
We have no desire to use the
ltd few days of the Fair to re-
ume our protest." Dr. Prinz de-
clared. 'We would not like to see
Republicans Pick
Enemy of Israel
Continued From Pag* 1-A
of the American Friends of the
ile East, an anti-Israel group.
La>t summer. Raies testified be-
fore the Platform Committees of
both the Republican and Demo-
c-alic national conventions, urg-
ing the adoption of planks against
Israel
Holding the post of co-chair-
man of the Lebanese-Syrian-
American section. Mr Burch said,
be George Bashara. of De-
troit, president of the Lebanese-
AjBerKU Republican Club. Chair-
nan Burch said the two "will be
responsible for selecting state
chairmen and for developing na-
tionwide support of Lebanese-
Syrian Americans for Goldwater
and Miller."
the Fair end its first season on
ihis note
"We Irish to state that if a com-
parable libel is repeated next year
we intend to exercise our right of
reply by picketing and other ef-
fective means on a vigorous and
sustained basis."
On May 17, the American Jew-
ish Congress asked the World's
Fair for a permit to picket the
Jordan Pavilion in protest
against what it termed the dis-
play of "false, defamatory and
malicious material designed to
incite hatred against Israel and
the Jewish people."
He noted that a mural in the
Pavilion spoke of 'terrors fierce
rractitioner>" using their "gains
ill-got to disturb the Jordan's
course and make the desert bloom
with warri) rj
In his telegram to Moses. Dr.
Prim, cited Article 16 of the Fair's
by-laws, which states: The Fair
Corporation will not permit the
c Deration of a concession or ex
hibit which reflects discredit upon
uii> nation nr state He also
quoted Article 27 of the by-laws.
K-hJch rivet the Fair Corporation
The risht to censor all projects
a! the Fair site"
The Fair > theme of 'Peace
Through Cnderstanding" was be-
ing flouted Dr Prinz held, and
the Fair it>elf was on question-
able grounil in issuing regulations
denying the exercise of free
-peech and assembly on a site that
was public property.
The Fair Corporation refused to
grant permission for picketing of
the Jordan Pavilion, and Moses
.-aid he would not interfere with
the continued display of the
mural
On May 15, Dr. Prim and 11
other American Jewish Con-
gress leaders entered the Fair
and were arrested and charged
with disorderly conduct as they
souchf to picket in front of the
Jordan Pavilion.
After a two-day trial and the
presentation of legal arguments.
Judge Bernard on July 29 acquit-
led Dr. P.-;r.z and the 11 others.
he ruled in Queens County Crim-
inal Court that picketing was an
exercise of the pickets' constitu-
undcr the First
An-endment.
The Worlds Fair, the Judge
- a "quasi-public" operation
; r.d its -'reels have the character
of public streets.
Judge Dubin ruled that "all
ranted of the United States
Constitution apply." including the
right to picket on the Fairs walk-
v. aj s
At the same time. Judge Dubin
rebuked the Fair's management
for allowing Jordan to exhibit its
controversial mural.
"It is my opinion that the World's
Fair might have made some effort,
whether lesi.lly bound or not. to
have the offensive mural remov-
ed." he said. Judge Dubin criti-
cized Fair officials for objecting
to a placard carried by one of the
American Jewish Congress pick-
et.-, stating "American Jewish
Congress Seeks Peace Through
Understanding. Jordan Incites
War and Bigotry
"Yet," Judge Dubin contin-
ued, "a mural is allowed to re-
main which many people feel
creates hatred and bigotry
against a foreign nation and a
race of people. The reasoning
seems te be inconsistent."
In hts letter to Moses this week.
Dr. Prinz said the opinion of the
Court "vindicates our view that
Fair streets are not private prop-
perty." He noted that the ruling
"upholds our right to make order-
|j rtpresentstions OtJ the st;
(be Fair exactly as we \
the right to do on any OUk
l:c thoroughfare oi the citj
are satisfied that, as a re
our action, this right, i' ru
challangeable and futo e-t
ed." Dr. Prinz declared
Pioneers Plan
Two Functions
Beba Idelson Chapter
neer Women i- honoring
na Gomberg with a lunchi
musical program on Wednc,
p.m.. in the Bel Aire Hot<
Mrs. Rae Weisberg is
Mrs. Fannie Gibson is chair
All proceeds to the Child Re-cue"
Fund of Pioneer Women.
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Coral Gables Group. Mrs. Louis
Sachs pre-ident. is celebrating the
40th year of Pioneer Womcr.
a membership tea on Thursday.
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Miami, Florida, Friday, October 23. 1964
Section B
TO PROMOTE ECONOMY OF COUNTRY
Mrs. Eshkol on Visit to America
By Special Report
Mrs. Levi Eshkol. wife of the
Prime Minister of the State of
Israel, arrived last week for a
ten-day tour of five major Ameri-
can cities in behalf of the Israel
Bond drive to promote the econ-
omic development of her country.
On her arrival at Kennedy air-
port in New York via El Al Israel
Airlines, she was welcomed by
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice pres-
ident of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion.
In Mrs. Eshkol's first public ap-
pearance of her current visit, she
was the guest of honor at a lunch-
eon marking the opening of the
Greater New York Women's Di-
MRS. LtVI tSHKOl
vision Fall campaign for Stale of
Israel Bonds
Mrs. EshKoi lirst visited the
I.'nited States in June. 1964. when
.-he came here with the Prime
.Minister of Israel at the Invita-
tion of President Johnson.
Mrs. Eshkol was brought to Is-
rael at the age of five. She serv-
ed in Haganah, the Jewish de-
fense organization and. after Is-
rael achieved statehood, joined its
armed forces, rising to the rank
of Sergeant.
An accomplished linguist and
scholar. Mrs. Bshkol is also well
versed in Middle East affairs, his-
tory and Kabbalah. In 1956, she
became reference librarian for Is
rael's Parliament. She married
the Prime Minister last March.
Mis. Phil Revitz, Mrs. Herman Feldman and Mrs. Herbert M.
Bcamgard are shown planning women's participation in the
Terr.ple Beth Am-Israel Dinner of Tribute. Mrs. Revitz, wife of
the chairman, serves Mrs. Feldman, wife of the dinner hon-
oree and Mrs. Baumqard, wife of the Temple's spiritual lead-
er. Mrs. Revitz and her husband were hosts at a reception
for members of the committee planning the tribute at the Doral
Country Club on Sunday evening, Oct. 25. (See Story, Page
12-/..
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ALITE
bv ISABEL GRCVE
Rabbi David Lehrfield. spiri-
tual leader of Kneseth Israel,
leaving for New York next week
Witt) wife Miriam and their throe
M-s Happy chore taking
the Rabbi north is officiating at
the wedding of his younger broth-
er, Daniel, and Miss Judith
Chill, of New York ... the fam-
ily will then fly to Israel, where
Rabbi Lehrfield will again offi-
ciate at a wedding, that of Mir-
iam'- brother While in Israel.
Rabbi Lehrfield plans to vi-it
e ucational centers, the Parha-
m nt and other points ol histori-
cal r.terest which will serve as
the basis ot a series of lectures
on the Holy Land he will deliv-
er on his return to Miami Beach
. During the Rabbi's absence
prominent rabbis in the com-
munity will deliver the sermons
at Kneseth Israel First to
serve will be Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, of the Hebrew Academy.
Mrs, Eugene J. Weiss, of the
Terrr.ce Towers, and her sister,
Mrs. Tillie Light, of Miami, have
returned from a visit with fam-
ily fn Russia whom they hadn't
see in 44 years Reunited
WO brothers and their two
daughters, the only remaining
members of the tamily to sur-
vive the last war. the sisters
spent two weeks in Warsaw and
Wilno. becoming acquainted with
nieces* and nephews and doing
some sightseeing .
man has been invited to send
two painting.- to the Annual Park
Avenue Synagogue Exhibition in
Cleveland ... The month-long
show, which opens in November,
ic (lavoted mainly to the work
of Ohio artists with limited par-
ticipation of out-of-state artists.
Dinner party the early part of
October at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Sol Colsky brought togeth-
er out-of-town relatives and at-
tendants at the wedding of Eileen
Louis Lash and Howard Maltz.
who exchanged marital vows on
Sun-lav. Oct. 11. at the neauville
Hotel Parents of the newly-
weds are Esieue and Bernard
Lash and Rose and Louis Maltz
. Guests from New York in-
cluded Dr. and Mrs. Marvin
lash and their offspringhe's
Bernard's brother; Mr. and Mrs.
Sy Kagan. Estelle's sister; Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Maltz, related to
the bridegroom's family Oth-
ers were Usher Robert Feldman
and his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman W. Feldman; bridesmaid
Karen, and her parents, Mr. and
Mrs Maury Morris; Grandma
Gussie Lash; and the bride-
groom i Plster, Irma, and hus-
band. I.loyd Knopier, members
of the wedding party.
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Joseph Rosenbergs, has been ap-
pointed a Judge in the Criminal
Courts of New Kork Proud
vogue says:
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in glorious
pale tones
A smashing look for any
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only at the hem. Shaped
with beautiful body seam-
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season pales sand
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5 to 13. Enjoy it now on
your fashion-wise Burdine's
charge.
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Friday, October 23, 1964
vJewisii noridiar
Page 3-B
At the first board meeting of the season of the Women's Aux-
iliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital, the following volunteers were
"capped" after completing their training as service aides.
Seated (left to right) are Sylvia Levy, Ida Ochstein, Sylvia
Sprintz, Lori Storz, Helga Koenigsberg, Alice Reinheimer,
Natalie Halpert, Yetta Ess.ig. Back row (left to right) are Josie
Baumann, Peggy Anolik, Helen Katz, Nettie Lefkowitz, Ruth
Weisen, Betty Weinberg, Florence Davis, Svlvia Cohen, Irene
Kaplan, Charlotte Vogel. Gertrude Bauer. Not shown are
Service Aide Chairman Mrs. Morris Goodman, and Registered
Nurse Instructors Mrs. Gilbert Fein and Mrr.. Stanley Cohen.
Vice chairmen of service aides are Mrs. Howard Ayares, Mrs.
Charles Gettleman, and Mrs. Martin KurzweiJ. Service aides
receive training which permits them direct patient contact.
Miami BB Women In Many Functions
Mrs. David Sachs, president oi
B'nai B'rith Women's Council of
Miami, announces that an Anti-
Defamation League meeting and
workshop was held last Thursday
ai the home of Mrs. Rose Galton,
Chairman, 3035 SW 16th St. Gear-
ed to train women to perform the
Dolls for Democracy'" program
schools and libraries, the work-
ip was conducted by Pat Sum-
mers, ADL chairman of the Coun-
cil.
3
West Miami Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women held a regular
meeting last Wednesday at Town
Hall in West Miami. Mrs. Louis
Jeroslow, president, introduced
Martin Yellen, who spoke on
Miami's sister city in South
America
Shalom Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women's regular meeting was
held Tuesday at Chase Federal
in Kendall.
ImtS A children's play, "Cinderella,"
""was given on Friday. Oct. 16. at
the Cutler Ridge Auditorium
Mrs. Mark Fuchs is president of
the chapter.
Beach Girl
Named Honorary
Brandeis Scholar
Nancy J. Drosd, a Brandeis Uni-
versity senior from Miami Beach,
has been selected as a Louis D.
Brandeis Honorary Scholar. She
is one of 12 undergraduates so hon-
ored by the university.
Miss Drosd, a fine arts major,
is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Drosd, of 4410 Nautilus
Dr.
The honor is awarded annually
to students who have Dean's list
standing and" who, in the opinion
of the university's Administrative
Committee, deserve special recog-
nition for scholastic attainment.
? The students are selected from
each of the three upper classes.
The award was established in
1950, two years after the round-
ing of the university. ^^^
Mrs. Mark Rubin and Mrs.
Stanley Rosenberg were co-chair-
men, arid -Airs. Martin Lcvinson
-Kini'd in Hie title role.
(Irs. Sol Greenberg, president
Ol Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women conducted a meet-
ing on Tuesday evening at llillel
[louse on the University of Miami
campus. Arthur Phillips, profes-
sor oi humanities at the Univer-
itj ol Miami gave a talk on the
United Nations.
*
Regular meeting of the Anne
Frank Cnapter was held Tuesday
noon at the Park Lane Cafeteria.
On Tuesday, at 1:30 p.m., the
chapter will hold a paid-up mem-
bership tea at the Golden Foun-
tain Restaurant, Flaglcr St. and
. 22nd Ave

At the Gilbert J. Balkin Chapter
meeting on Wednesday evening,
at Everglades Elementary School,
Mrs. Robert Friedman will con-
duct a workshop on making Chan-
uka decorations and gifts.
The first fund-raising affair of
the season will be a fashion show
at the Roney Plaza Hotel on Wed-
nesday at 8:15 p.m. Mrs. Kenneth
Berman, president, announced
that the Fashion Show Commit-
tee is headed by Mrs. Jake Froug.
Theme will be based on the open-
ing of the race at Tropical Park.
Roni Martin Dress Shop in Dade-
land Shopping Center will provide
the styles featuring Adrian Thai's
furs, Louis and Fred's Beauty
Salon will create the coiffeurs.
SOe Sternberg. of Ch. 7, will do
the commentating.
Fashions wuT be modeled by
Mrs. Marshall Fursham, Mrs. Jer-
ry Neuman, Mrs. Fred Feigen-
baum, Mrs. Ainslee R. Ferdie,
Mrs. Werner Sommer, Mrs. Charles
Ferber, Mrs. Ted Goldstein, Mrs.
Jake Froug, Mrs. Samuel Mostel,
Mrs. Harold Lang, Mrs. David
Wise Mrs. Sherwin Givel, Mrs.
Jerome Schneider, Mrs. Seymour
Weinstein, Mrs. Joseph Perlman,
Mrs. Abe Levy and Mrs. Samuel
1'esin.
Aged Home Sets
Auxilery Meet
Greater Miami Women's Auxi
iary, Jewish Home for the Agei
will hold its iw.\t monthly meeting
oij Tuesday, 12:30 p.m at the A
giers Motel.
Meeting will be dedicated to th!
Sidney App;>l Medical Fund whic
helps pay for the increased me<
lcai nceus ol the residents at th
Home. With Hie Home filled t
capacity by some 200 aged res
dents, the medical requirement-
become more expensive annually
Mrs. Nathan Katz is chairman I
th<- cj(iney Appel Medical Fund.
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman. Aux-
; iliary president, will give the mes-
i sa^e oi welcome, honorary pics
; ident and Building Fund Chairma
for the Auxiliaries asscciatd wit
the Home, Mrs. Sol Silverman, wil
repoit on the progress being mad
on the new nurses' stations now
under construction at the Home
Maida Heatter
In Fcod Course
Maida Heatter. artist and inter-
national r ">kmg expert, gave
.luce day course in magic way -
to prepare and serve foods and
food Eanta ies in Burdine's Miami
Store, Men's ('.rill, on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday.
Included were holiday and spe
iol 0C< ..-;''. recipes .-.lull a-: Ha
i n, cornucopias tor Thanks*
ing, ruffled "hero" sandwic
lor the football season, cigarettt
liar- d'oeuvres, rolled croutes, t<
ii aloes ocho rios, and a vegetabl
surprise.
Course al.-o included insstrui
tions on how to make profesSion-
al-looking paper flowers.
Assortinq the semi-finalist entries in the art contest of the "Tem-
ple Emanu-El Religious School are (left to right) Mrs. Charles
Rosenblatt, chairman of artists sales; Mrs. Harry A. Levy,
PTA vice president; Mrs. Sam Luby Jr., PTA president. Win-
ners will be selected at the PTA bruncheon on Wednesday.
Art Show Dates Through Nov.
Mrs. Sam Luby Jr.. president,
PTA of Temple Emanu-El, an-
nounced that the art show sche-
duled to open at the bruncheon on
Wednesday. 11 a.m., at Westview
Country Club, will be extended.
Due to the wide interest arous-
ed throughout the area, additional
showings have been arranged for
Nov. 1, 2, and 8. On these dates,
the exhibit will be viewed by
groups holding affairs at West-
view Country Club, as well as
groups from all organizations
within the Temple.
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tion of new members an a Bas
Mitzvah party honoring all Aux-
iliary past presidents. The meet-
ing will be at the Minyonaires,
3737 Bird Rd.
Known as Coral Gables Auxiliary
when it was chartered in August.
1!51, the Auxiliary name was
.changed in l!.'-";<> to honor the late
Murray Solomon. World War II
Veteran.
Past presidents to be honored
are Mrs. George Nathanson, Mrs.
Buddy Logue, Mrs. Paul Silverston,
' Abraham Michaelson, Mrs
Kelvin Morris, Mrs. Mike Cohen.
Mr- Norman Levine, all of Miami.
Mrs. Alan Bornstein, now living in
c'ahioinia. and Mrs, Sidnej Lowe;
of Charleston, S.C. Mrs. Moe Zip-
per is president at the present
time.
*MERMNG*
See Page 16-B
The show will feature the work
of some of Miami's leading artists
and sculptors.
Bernard Davis, president of the
Miami Museum of Modern Art,
will supervise the exhibit and
serve as judge of 150 paintings,
the semi-linalist winners of an art
contest sponsored lor the chil-
dren of the Temple Emanu-El Re-
ligious School.
They will be shown in a clothes-
line display and 'blue ribbons"
will be awarded the winners.
PTA Scholarship Fund will
benefit from the purchase of any
art work at the show. Tickets for
I the bruncheon and art show are
available at Temple Emanu-El of-
fice.
Ailuti Education Series
Temple Sinai's adult education
-cries will commence on Sunday
at 8:30 p.m. A series of five lee
tures on Judaism and modcr.
medicine will be given by a qual
lied physician, starting with Dr.
Stanford Cuoke. who will speak on
"Aspects ol Diet and Dicta r
Law."
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Friday, October 23, 19E4
At opening of art exhibit by Reqi Yanich at view through Nov. 5, and includes paintinqs,
Rogue's Gallery Two are (left to right) Dr. and sculpture and graphic arts. Rogue's Gallery
Mrs. Lawrence Brant, Dr. and Mrs. Albert Co- is at 260 Andalusia Ave., Coral Gables,
hen and Mrs. Yanich. The exhibit will be on
Charles Schwartz.
3~C?I Center Informal Games Night
UMIUuiaan foftnr** An informal &mc" ni?ht will be'^
MClliOWeen l/anCS liven by the Eleanor Roosevelt
CE~4aj4 fr Or* *1 cha')ter of B'nai E'rith Women
bSCBTGU TOr V/CT. dl on Wednesday, 8 p.m., is the h
. _. ,hof Mrs. Guy Foryes. 6000 SW 9tth
Greater Miami Chapter of the Q co-chairmen of the e<
American Medical Center will hold a)e ^ ^^ s, .
a Halloween dance on Saturday,
Oct. 31, 9 p.m., at the P.arcelona
Hotel.
Evening will feature an all-star
show and prizes.
In charge of reservations are
chairman, Mrs. Herman Schoen-
feld, Mrs. Evelyn Decky, and Mrs.
Joseph Holober.
Chapter visits Jackson Memorial
Hospital's Cancer and Chest Di-
visions twice monthly and serves
patients with refreshments, gifts
and letter-writing.
Surburban Leaaiue
Planning Dinner
One-hundred women of the Su-
burban League will take part i
"Progressive Dinner on Saturday
to help raise funds for Var
Children's Hospital.
Members will prepare food [or
the dinner, which will be served in
three homes located in the Suith
Patients from Greater Miami' Dade area,
are sent to the sanitarium at no | Chairman Mrs. Macey Reyes
CO
st'and for as long as they need | said all proceeds will be alloc,;,:!
to stay.
Is this any way to run a luncheon? "You bet it is," was the
way the ladies reacted when Fred Fenton, wine company
Florida sales manager, followed up his talk to the Miami
Beach Cancer League at the Roney Plaza with a wine-tastinq
session. Tasters at the sixth annual membership luncheon
are (from left) Barbara (Mrs. Irving) Rubin, treasurer; Jeanne
(Mrs. Jerome) Rado, president; and Adrea (Mrs. Harold) Sog-
lovitz, vice president.
Mock Marriage At Ner Tamid
Ner Tamid Sisterhood will have
a mock marriage on Sunday, Nov.
1. 5:30 p.m., followed by a dinner
dance. *
The marriage performance will
be directed by Ben Avick, assist-
ed by Mrs. Louis Cohen, dinner
chairman, and Mrs. Jack Green-
berg. Dancing will be to Bob
Novack's Orchestra. Narrator is
Mrs. Jack Klinger.
Vice President Mrs. Carlton
Blake is ticket chairman. Presi-
dent is Mrs. Eugene Schwarz.
Participating in the wedding
party are Mesdames Irving Ber-
ber, Al Kapp, Max Katz, Irving
Rubin, Jack Yasman, Murray
Shaw, George Reese, Alice Pincus,
Donald Prichason, William Frank-
el. George Trager, Herman Frank,
Henrietta Fine, Jack Meyers, Sey-
j mour Horowitz, Ann Bernstein,
| Michael Glazier, David Weiss, Ben
. Avick. Louis Gold, Louis Stallman,
Dan Piver, Morris Kornct, Rabbi
Leon Goldbergar, Harry Kastan,
Era Rosenfeld, Max Raskin, Harry
Olazer, Philip Sandman, William
Weisman, Murray Kostoff, Rebec-
ca Sussman, Bess Fine, Harry
Paulshoek, Nathan Friedman, Jos-
; eph Steinberger, Pauline Fried
j man, Monya Leshin, Jack "Wolf,
I Riva Levin, and Sam Smiles.
Dinner Committee are "Mes-
! dames Max Amowitz, Frank Du-
fine, Michael Heyman, Harry Ches-
ter, Benjamin Linde.
Proceeds will help support the
Religious School.
Dade State Kepresontati.e
LEE WEISSENBORN
"A vote For burns
IS A VOTE FOR DADE"
The bigger O.ide's Vote
is for Governor, the
stronger Oade's Voice
will be at Tallahassee
CAST YOUR VOTE FOR
HAYD0N B()RNS
FOR GOVERNOR
...and make sure Dade
gets its fair share of
Florida's future
Judea Women
Feature Script
First general meeting of Temple
Judea Sisterhood on Wednesday
evening featured an original script
written.and directed by Mrs. Jos-
eph Snyder entitled "'A Case of
the T.A.'s."
Sisterhood members participa-
ting were Mesdames Sanford Man-
dcll, Edward Blackmail. Neil Use-
den, Jerome Modell, Irving Hecht,
Sam Tuch, Charles Rosenberg, and
Harold Barkowitz.
Mrs. Bernard Yessner is vice
president in charge of program-
ming.
This year's goal for Sitserhood is
to Subsidize the Religious School.
School PTA
Meets Tuesday
At North Beach
New Owners For
Camp Lakeside
Martin Le Vine, former general | tion.
manager of the Doral Hotel and
Country Club, the Beau Rivage,
Bal Harbour, and the Sun Spa,
Hollywood health resort, has pur-
i sed Camp Lakeside, Hender-
sonville, N.C., with Al Savag :, a
ii Beach insurance executive,
ide was owned by
to the hospital for the care of two
cancer patients.
Pre-ident Mrs. Arthur Pepper
said the Suburban League plan- to
hold a fashion show and lunch < w
on Nov. 11 at King's Bay Con
Club as its next, fund-raisins I
Or Olom Will
Salute Kadassr
Mrs. Alvin Levi
i >ident, announced thai T<
Morris, .,,- olom will plaj host to
William and Stanley Segal, Ov a >, groups i I Friday.
ers ol the Yellow Cab Co. 30, t 8:30 p.m..
1 i Vine, 1801 Cleveland Rd. bath services.
ii. who served Jack Luni
. last b< half of tl 1 >Up.
h,- i h e I the name to Mrs. Emery Gi
Mountain Lake. The camp will I ne chairmai
t-week ason in late, 1 Latarus, On< 1 H i
; Dr. John Hall .lines. In ad- nd have separate an, announce thi r N
tl l" a disl d back- ., ;.,,.. .,,.,! j:i. from 5 to 16. Feldman v II le
ground in psychology, education [n 1962, the Segals purchased the tion in Sabbath and Zionist
and research, Dr. .lone- is known -.-.,,.,-,. 1.,,. ,. ceola on which the at the services,
tor his service to the community camp js located. Le Vine will Oct. 80 also mai
in the field of mental hi..ith. [or Hendersonville this Ltrry Beanie's Bar Mitzvah
President of the North Beach j month to supervise enlarging of | the 13-year-old will assist. 1: .
Elementary School PTA is Mrs.'present facilities and additions to!Samuel April and lead the con
David Miller. the property.S.T. ; tion in traditional prayers.
A general PTA meeting will be
i in the auditorium of the
North Beach Elementary School
(11 Tuesday at 3 p.m.
Featured on the afternoon's pro-
11 is a talk on "The Hum A
Laboratory in Living," pres( 1
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Friday, October 23. 1964
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Mrs. Reinhard to Head Local Delegation
To National Women's League Biennial
Participating in "Love Story," a cantata at the
Jewish National Fund Educational Forum hn-
cheon helri at the Fontainebieau Hotel last
week were front row (left to right* Mesdames
M-.uiay Schwartzman, Hynian Dubowy, Ben-
jamin Rochwarg, Eva Blum, narrator and di-
rector, Meyer Harris., Benjamin Zeiqmund.
Back row (left to riqht) are Mesdames Sherman
Fast, Emanuel Mentz, Olga Bibor Stern, ac-
companist, Hattie Wagner, soloist, Helen
Berry, Peter Heller, Max Affachiner, Elizabeth
Isenberg and Claire Le Bow.
<^ o c la lit
Centiusd from Page 1-B
parents have just returned from
sharing the celebration with the
new Judg and his family .
President t Southgate Group of
Hadassah. Mrs. Rosenberg
(Frances can now back up any-
thing she proposes at a meeting
by quotiiu "my son. the Judge
says" .
Another localite with an im-
pressive title. Dr. John Throne.
associate director and consultant
by <^fsabel \^4
on location of funds from the
Jo.-eph P. Kennedy Fourrtation
for Mental Health and the Re-
tarded in, Washington, D. C, son
ol Cera! Gabies' Robert and Ruth
throne.
0
Most vivid memory of their
first trip abroad for Shirley and
Milton Levinson was night time
daylight in Oslo, where, the sun
-hone from 11:30 p.m. to 3:30
a.m. ... In the three months
they were away, the Lcvinsons
rove
traveled through Europe, the
Scandinavian countries and Is-
rael, returning on the SS Shal-
om .. .
.For Trudy Hamerschlag, high-
light of her trip to Israel was
finding a cousin in Haifa .
A spectacular memento of
Trudy's sojourn in the Orient is
a heavy Indian jade necklace .
Her proudest accomplishment
learning to eat with chopsticks.
Mrs. Harold Reinhard,j>f Miami,
president Of Florida Branch, Na-
tional Women's League, will head
the local i in to the bien-
nial i .i ol the National
Women's Leagui I ted
igue of merica. The event
cheduled for Oct. 25 to :;.
.', ti ethi r more than a
?and v, imen le lers oi Con en a-
tive synagi roups from ail
over the United States, Canada,
Puerto Rico anil Mexico.
The current crisis in family liv-
"ng and the breakdown of com-
munication between the genera-
tions will be the subject matter ol
the four days of deliberations on
the theme. -Heed. My Child, the
Guidance oi Your Father and For-
sake Not the Torah of Your Moth-
er.'"
One of the highlights will be a
symposium on the topic, "Gcn-
eration to Generation." with a
rabbi-educator, a psychiatrist and
a sociologist examing the current;
breakdown in family security and
what can be done about it. The
following morning a "Spotlight
on Youth" program will give
teen-agers and young adults the
I platform to discuss their view-
points.
Delegates will be active partici-j
nants in workshops, daily services. I
and will see especially-written I
dramatic performances and hear
outstanding speakers covering the
28 departments through which the
Ni tional Women's League affiliates
carry on their international pro-
gram of education and service.
Programs begin each day at 8
MRS. HAROLD REINHARD
a.m., and will continue into late
evening.
National Women's League was
founded 46 years ago. Today it-
tnembership embraces over 770
Sisterhoods.
Mrs. Reinhard has been presi-
dent of the Florida Branch since
May, 1964. She is also active in
Beth David Sisterhood, of which
she served as past president.
Others from the local commun-
ity who will be official delegates
to the convention indue the pres-
idents of the Greater Miami Con-
servative Temples.
Some 300 members oi the Variety Children's Hospital Wom-
en's Committee tour the new $2 million adchuon.prior to the
official Dedication Week in mid-November Shown at the
preview are (left to right) Mrs. Terryce Kaplan chairman of
fhe day; Mrs. Adrian^hal. Reception Committee; Mrs^ Mur-
ray Friedman. Women's Committee president; and Mrs. Wil-
liam T. Kxuglak n._toux guide.
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Elder), r^tTVpt^w^r^' -'
bedroom-2 bat* apt. on fined elderly
Miami Beach. *"*8 kJep h0ue at
.unman to coo* anq *"K ... ,oom
U/. in." private room
aa 1'J* J'"
woman to
Call eve. MU Jj"3....__
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Cancer Group
Games Party
Dor-Aid Cancer group will hold
a games party on Wednesday noon
at Toby's Cafeteria, 99 SW 12th
Ave.
Admission will be linen for
making chucks for indigent can-
cer patients.
The group recently received an
award from the American Can-
cer Society "for humanitarian
service to the community."
President is Mrs. Jack Samet.
County Agent
To Visit Homes
On Wednesday noon. Louis J.
Daiele assistant county agricul-
ture agent, will conduct a clinic
field trip to the homes of four
members ot the Palm-H.b.s*us Is-
lands Garden Club.
Daigle will look at lawns and
property and suggest the sort of
landscaping needed.
Serving as hostess will be Mrs
Harry Shubin. whose home will
be among those visited.
Mrs. Henry J. Nelson, of Palm
Island, is president.

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Friday. October 23. 1964
3randetS Women Children's Home Luncheon
Member Tea
A fashion show and luncheon of
the Children's Home Society was
to be held Thursday noon in the
Deauville's Casanova Room. In
charge of arr ingements was I
hc"'Mrs. Jack Bacftrac'V. who ex-
pects over 500 persons.
Youth Leaders
Meet Directors
hestra leader.
Mrs. Sam Goldman is present of
Micmi Business and Professional Chapter of Louis Krams. recording secretary; Heller; Mrs. ,hc Miami Beach Chapter.
the Southeastern Florida Region of Women's Ethel Levin Sadowsky P"**1*^** 7"------~~.
Amercina ORT launched its second annual Resnick vice president; Mrs. Jacob Kauffman. |srae|B|e Center
orcgram at en annual installation dinner financial dues secretary;Miss An ta Rivk.n.re-
.ccently at Southaate Towers. Daniel Neal tention membership chairrnanMrs Max War- Bjl Chofcttl
HeUer. president of the Miami Beach Men's haftaq. vice president; Mrs. Dorothy Turchm.
Chapter oi ORT. and immediate past national pronram and education chairman; and Mrs.
Sander of Jewish War Veterans, was in- Barry Rosenblatt, national vice president, who
stalling officer and guest speaker. Left to brought greetings from national ORT.
right are Miss Ls? Pearlman, treasurer; Mis. _______ .
n
Mrs. Samuel C. Brown, vice
resident of membership. Miami
-.each Chapter, Brandeis .Univer-
itv National Women's Commit-
>e was in charge of the mother
laughter membership dessert tea
jst night at the home of Mrs.
Robert D. Grossman, 22 W. Rivo
Ito Dr.
Additional guests were any presidents and youth ffCttvltiei
member who brought a new mem- chairmen of the many ZOA an
,: Ifadassah chapters throughout the
Mrs Browns committee in- Greater Miami area and Molly
[uded Mesdames Harold Dorf- wood gathered at the home ol Mr,
nan Jack Falk Benjamin Kres- and Mrs. \1 Ossip last week for
erg Louis Lichtman, Paul Mey- a meeting of the South .Floridi
r *Morton Schwartz and Harry Zionist Youth Commission.
. *|bv Josh Reohun, chairman of the
' Pro-ram chairman. Mrs. Ben Youth Commission introduce,
'ion "n burg presented Rudy guests to Frank Farbenbloom.
; ,1 cal accordionist and or- new city director o Young
Judaea. Farbenbloom discussed
l he activities of Young Judaea,
which is jointly
Hadassah and ZOA.
Acting as co-chairman for the
evening with Rephun was Mrs.
Gerald Sol'/, regional president of
Had issah and member of Young
Judaea's Camping Committee
sponsored bj
Me
Bikur Cholim of the Israelite
Center will hold its annual fam-
ily dinner on Sunday, Nov. l. at
g' p.m.. in the S i I Hall ol the
5W 24th Ter.
Beach Hades*::':
?\am (Masses
Mrs Rebecca Lipson, il
Co-chairmen for the event are pd ,tii,n;i| (
' rs Isn : Iziks and Mrs, Isa lor ( fhe ,ia,|i, B) |( h r ,.. .
Silver. Ticket co-chairmen are |,.ii|.i^ ,,,,, conducf (
Mrs. Julius Steinberg^and Mrs. |hrougnou, tne year at Temple
Beth Sholom. Classes for I
ners and advanced student-
he held every Wednesday, 10 a.m.,
in Room 111.
Mr>. Norman Meyers, vice pres-
Big turnout last week in theI ident and membership chairman
I Miami Club of the Columbus the chapter, announces the fi
Hotel was in honor of new Demo- tion of the King Cole-Ka
Maj. Herman Grayson nas ar- ^^ nominees for the State Leg- Chapter, lfith Beach Groui
ranged for the 435th Troop car- Kenneth Myers, Ralph conjunction with Israels
to fly over he nark
remony-andI for the s.n Barth,j.resui
';'' Group to pro 1 ^
vide .1 firing squ flag de-
UN Day Set
For Surfside
Military men stationed at Home- Livens Mrs. Jack
lead Air Force Base will play StnwaEti is president.
lead role- in Surfside's United Na- _____________
tjons Day on Saturday. The town ....
will dedicate the -smallest park Democratic Nominees
in the world" at 92nd St. and Bay
Dr. to the UN, with Rep. Claude
pepper as chief speaker.
tail.
or Chucl H I, Surf
or Lee i. and mem-
1 1 1 (il will join ch ic and
rnal leader- y Scouts
In the ceremony, starting at I
a.m.
Mrs. Dorothy Rich is UN Das
chairman.
t.i the legislature.
I
Volunteer Workers Make Big
In Success of Combined Jewish
Appeal
In many eases the success, or
failure, of a philanthropic cam-
aign can be measured by the
activity of the unsung hero, the
. dunteer. Every division of Corn-
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Both Molly and Shari Silverman
are workers who have done much
Volunteers ol long standing for the Combined Jewish Appeal TeiYipIC ExeCS
and Greater Miami Jewish Federation are Mrs. Sol Silverman *1 U
ileft) and Mrs. Shari Silverman (center). Mrs. Jacob Entine. Oft TO WOllTaD
-also active in the CJA Women's Division, is shown right. Three Greater Miami Temple
administrators will participate in
|\j.r-.n-a the 23rd annual convention of the
III TvlCIICC National Assocation of Temple
Administrators in Detroit from
Oct. 26-30.
Mrs. Milton Malakoff, Temple
Beth Sholom; Edward Cohen.
Temple Israel of Greater Miami;
and Ellis Robbin. Temple Beth
t hl ittvIT 1 Am, will participate in the ses-
to aid the programs of the worn- v r.___ nnAnin
tv- t r-t oil 1.,. sions at the Sheraton-Cadillac
ens Division of CJA on all lev-1,, ... ... ,. u
Hotel which will explore the
l.ned .lev. i-h Appeal contains such els,. theme; ..^ Human Resources:
individuals whose tireless and in-, They have given considerable ;Templo Administration's Greatest
valuable services are otten recog- enthusiasm and personal effort to I Asset"'
zed and often overlooked. : the programs of the division and | .,, ,. _,._
Two representatives who embody cb,ained support from hundreds .Cohen will chair a panel discus-
the n.le o. the volunteer, one of Lf women in the community to I s'" courtesy seating for he
the highest forms of service to the help make Miami a better Blee|2!L?S ^JSJS"^^
community, are Mrs. Lawrence j which to live.
Silverman and Mrs. Sol Silverman, Thev'have helped the Home for
iders of the Wome&'a Auxiliary (he Ag(l(, furmsh manv new ro0ms
. the Jewish Home for the Aged, ;.n,, substantiaily aided in the
benefieiary institution of the building of the new pavilion which
Bade State Representative '
MARY ANNMacKENZIE
says:
"A VOTE FOR BURNS
ISAVOTEFORDADE"
The bigger Dade's Vote
is for Governor, the
stionger Dade's Voice
will be at Tallahassee
CAST YOUR VOTE FOR
HAYDON BURNS
FOR GOVERNOR
.,. and make sure Oade
gets its fair share 0'
Florida's tuture
! as doubled the number of pat-
, ient- at the Home at Douglas Gar-
dens. The two Mrs. Silvermans
re vOtOflteers who have always
had time for Combined Jewish
Appeal.
A number of cards they have
covered and the number of pledges
; hoy have received are an ex-
ample that can well be emulated
by those who want to help build
: and strengthen the Jewish com-
munity here and around the
world.
service on the concluding day of,
the convention. Mrs. Malakoff
will participate in the session on
New Trends."
Since its founding in 1941 as an
affiliate of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations, NATA
has been instrumental in assisting
the formation of similar associa-
tions among other denominations.
MUl C KOGiai
1AM M OlliONS
CIAUOI mm
Dora Stein Sisterhood
Dora Stein Sisterhood will hold
its monthly meeting on Tuesday
evening at the Israelite Center.
Dr. Shamyahu T. Swirsky will re-
view 'The Pearl," by John Stein-
beck.
Kneseth Israel
Ladies to Meet
On Wednesday
Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein, president.
Kneseth Israel Sisterhood, an-1
nounces the first card party of I
the season will take place in the
Social Hall on Wednesday, 12:30'
p.m.
Mrs. I. Ruppert is chairman of
refreshments, with Mrs. Etta Man- j
dell and Mrs. Gizella Weiss serv-
ing as co-chairmen.
Mrs. Louis Dublin is chairman
of the event.
Florida's Democratic Congressional
Delegation Unanimously Endorses
President LYNDON B. JOHNSON
The members of Democratic Congressional Dele-
gation from Florida are proud of the outstand-
ing performance of Lyndon B. Johnson as Presi-
dent of the United States. They commend him to
you as a stable, efficient administrator, and as
a proven friend with an understanding of the
programs which vitally affect Florida's economy.
Florida Needs President Johnson
President Johnson Needs Your Vote
Vote Democratic November 3rd
The stakes are foo high for you to stay home
aid political advorrUoitioM paid for by ih. Florida lyndan Johnson
Campaign Fund, Thomas F. Floming, Jr., Chairman.


Friday. October 23, 1964
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... ^Z^rbout f^Qople and flc
TH3EE-TIME GRANDMOTHER
Sylvia Lcfcourt just became a grandmother
for the third time, which of course made Sidney
a third-time grandfather. They have just return-
el from Flushing. L.I., where they attended the
bris of Mark Alan, first child of their son Jeffrey
and his wife Beverly. Daughter Barbara (Mrs.
Barry) Haiman. of Mobile, met them in New York
10 go with them Barbara's little girls. Beth and
Marjorie. stayed home with Daddy.
SHIFTS AND SLACKS
Dr. Morton Getz and his wife. Carol, in a
shift and Dr. Norman Kan'or and his wife. Lois,
in a slack outfit greeted their guests poolside at
Kings Bay Country Club. Cocktails and swim-
ming were outside and a buffet in the Grill
Room lighted by hurricane lamps. It was lots of
fun. with a dancing show, two dancers to teach
the new Jamaican dance, the Sklar, and a peppy
band. Among guests were Dr. and Mrs. Wayne
Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Schiff, Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Weinkle, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Rudnick,
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schainuck, Dr. and Mrs.
Martin Matz, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Zinnett.
P?1 ROME, ITALY
Ten vc-'-s ngo. when Art Rosichan went to
E">*c, his W'f". r'a're. told him to be sure to
,, o Ro~ Ho didn't. He's been in Europe the
pas) lew weeks, and the other night he called to
tell i,is wile he was in Rome. Delighted to talk
to him, Claire told him he didn't sound too peppy.
"I had the operator wake me up to call you,"
answered Art. There should he a song "When it's
4:30 a.m. in Italy, it's 9:30 p.m. in Florida."
AFTENOON TEA
Roz (Mrs. Richard) Pallot and Alberta (Mrs.
William) Pallot entertained at tea at Kings Bay
Country Club for Roxanne 1'allot. daughter of
laces ..
Tw (Mrs. Charles) Wicderson and E. Albert
l'allot. who is marrying Rodney Gabai the end of
the month. Roxanne was a French major at
the University of Wisconsin. It's lucky they're
both good at languages because Rodney is from
Lima Peru, and they plan lo spend part of each
year in Paris. At the lavender-and-white tea
table. Mrs. Alvin Cassel, Mrs. Harry Schulman,
Mrs. S. Ronald Pallot and Suzane Pallot. Rox
aim's adorable younger sister, took turns pour-
ing. Among guests were Mrs. Ben Essen, Mrs.
.luck Sandier. Mrs. Charles Jacobson, Mrs. Rich-
ard Horwich. Mrs. Howard Katzen. Mrs. Harold
Kaufman and Mrs. I. Wolkcwsky.
*
GREETINGS FROM THE RUTSTEINS
Judy and Lea wrote ihat Israel is as fabu-
lous as anticipated. The weather was as delight-
fully warm as Miami but no hurricanes. Now.
they're home and dreaming of a return trip.
a
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ROSIE
Two big signs at Cece and Milton Weiss'
house said "Happy Birthday." Gay lanterns
lighted up the outside patio and shone on the
small tables decked out in birthday finery. The
flower-filled house and the huge birthday cake
was in honor of the one and only Rosie Weiss,
celebrating her 80th birthday. It was cocktails,
then dinner for the 40 members of the Weiss
family. Among them were Dr. Eugene Weiss
and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fedd. Mrs. Bea
Jacoby. Mrs. Lee Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. liar-
old Aronscn and Mrs. Rae Aronson. as well as
a wonderful assortment of neices. nephews, cous-
ins and grandchildren. Rosie's third sister was
not able to come. She and her husband. Samuel
Glass, wete in New York, and Rosie's daughter,
Malvina Liebman, and her husband. Seymour,
sent birthday greetings from Spain. A lovely
party lor a lovely lady. Frances Lehman.
"Hot-Line" telephone is now available for knotty questions
at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital's Information Deck. If volun
teers Mrs. Paul Silberman (left) and Mrs. Harry L. Lewis can
not supply the answers, the red phone rings in the office of the
administrator or department head who can. Husbands o:
these "information clerks" are prominent Miami Beach civic
leaders. Harry L. Lewis is president of Cedars of Lebanoi
Hospital, and Saul Silberman, co-owner of T.opical Park Race
Track, is a Trustee of Cedars Board of Directors.
Home Bocrd Slates Reports
Top Stars Seek Apartments At Diplomat Towers
The Diplomat Towers, the luxury
eceanfront residential building
rearing completion in Hollywood-
by-the-Sea, next door to the Diplo-
mat Hotel, may well be identified
also as 'Celebrity Towers."
The recording and stage person-
ality. Kay Starr, recently leased a
15th-story penthouse apartment in
the Diplomat Towers. Frank Fon-
laine. the "Crazy Guggenheim" of
the Jackie Gleason show, may be
the next show business "big name"
to take a penthouse apartment.
He's called Diane Hamshay, the
rental manager, for an appoint-
ment to look over the sky-high
suite.
The tallest and largest rental
"high-rise" in Broward County,
the Diplomat Towers is being
j built and operated by Gerald
i Taines. Irving Cowan and Harold
Z. Taines.
It has gained worldwide recog-
nition, with 22 states and two for-
eign countries represented by re
cent lessees. Inquiries have been
received from 41 states and 10
foreign countries.
The multi-million dollar struc-
j ture will have many unusual fea-
'' tures. There will be no efficiency
apartments. All apartments range
in size from the 950-sq. ft one-
bedroom layouts, with one and
one-half baths, V 1.650 sq. ft. two-
bedroom, two bath layouts.
Huge 9 by 6 ft. walk-in- closets
are part of each apartment. All
kitchens are G-E equipped with
electric range, oven, refrigerators,
dishwashers and waste disposals.
Ju Ige Irving Cypcn. president
f the Jew'sh Home for the Aged,
announced that two reports will
be discussed at the next Board of
Directors meeting of the Home
on Sunday, ;.t 10 a.m.. in the Jun-
ior Auxiliary Day Care Room at
Dougl.s Gardens.
Artie Kravitz. chairman of the
| Thrift Shop Committee, will re-
port on recent developments and
' recommendations for major expan-
i sion. The shop is now providing
j the Home with $43,000 annually in
I operatina income.
The second report, to be givei
by Dr. Charles Beber, medical <
rector, will describe the growth
medical services at the Home n
its expansion to 227 beds.
Other items on the agenda will
be Auxiliary reports by Mesdaim -
Gladys Israel, Shari Sllverman,
Lilyan Beckerman and Libby Sal
mowitz; Building Fund report by
Baron de Hirsch Meyer: Trensir-
r's report by Stanley M. Becker-
man; and Admissions Committee
report by Judge Harold B. Spae
n
Builder Harold Z. Taines points to the 15-story penthouse
apartment singer Kay Starr, of "Wheel of Fortune song fame
wUl occupy at the Diplomat Towers, when the Ingh-rise next
to the Diplomat Hotel is completed in November. Looking on
.left) is Mrs. Irving Cowan, whose husband is apartner in the
Hollywood enterprise. Mr. Cowan is president of the Diplomat
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will be honored at a testimonial
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Tent 33. on Oct. 27 at King's Bay
Country Club.
Chief Barker Tracy Hare an-
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Strul and Wilson Griffith will also
be cited for developing public ser-
vice programs and several docu-
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] at Variety Children's Hospital.
In honoring Ansin and WCKT.
I we are expressing the gratitude of
hundreds of little patients who can-
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Hare. y
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Friday. October 23. 1964
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
"I went to he known as Mrs. Ben Essennot Hazel."
:y firmly. "AD I want to do i- to bask
in Be: He's a terrific guy.' Tne Essens have a
heir frier ion etimes
describe as "corny." Tfcey bold n Is, like to be together
and ci Mings. But it has lasted these many years
even it tbey bsve seen each
every day, all day for the last 12
years in the office.
Hazel was born and reared in
Spr:r Mass. Graduating
i school at 16. she vent
to New York to attend New York
er-ity She met her future
husband, get engaged at 17 and
married at 18. Twenty years ago.
they moved to Miami. Ben was
j the active one in the family, go-
j ing in for dramatics and lectures.
/ i as well as community affairs. In
,j whatever area Ben was involved,
\A Hazel tried to do her share. Only
HAUL
m Masonry did she have no share.
At that time, -he was active
in National Council of Jewish Women. Hadassah. YMHA
and Cardiac Hospital. Now Hazel is a career woman.
Twelve years ago. Ben asked her to decorate his office.
Not only did she decorate it then, but she decorates it
every day now v ith her presence. Ben taught her the
mortgage brokerage business; she- president of the Key-
stone Mortgage Company and the scie representative of
the David Shaw Company, of New York, which is decidedly
a feather in her pretty red hair.
Hazel is a perfectionist. Whatever .-he does, she
makes sure she does it well. She enjoys learning, and
functions with her whole heart. She would rather dance
than eat which to some extent explains her knock-out
figure Hazel and Ben like to bowl and have won tennis
cups, but at pi"-ent. they are becoming golf iddicts.
The Essens are great travelers, having been to every
corner of the globe, even Russia. They like to learn
about the culture of the various peoples in the countries
they visit. It gives them a new insight into life. When
they went to Israel, they were so filled with pride, that
they even felt their own stature in America was raised.
The Essens have one son, Richard, who is practising
law with his father. The three of them are very close,
doing things together, as well as being together in the
office. They all have a mutual respect for each other
and enjoy discussing the events of the outside world,
having battles royal over current events. Hazel doesn't
relax. During the day she works at top speed mentally.
At night, they are busy dancing, being with friends, at-
tending organization and social dinners and meetings.
If they are not on the go all the time. Hazel thinks
they're stagnating. Their new offices in the Ainsley
Building express each Essen personality vividly. When
you go into Hazel's pink-paneled French provincial office,
very discreet, very unique and interesting with pink pat-
ent leather furniture, you would know that she also de-
signs the unusual gowns she wears. One phrase describes
Hazel Essen: "joie dei vivre!"
Mm i v
Men's Club Will Stage Comedy
Marsha Pierce
Eyes June Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fishkin.
of Miami, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Marsha
Jane Pierce, to Thomas Albert
Kieiman. sen nf Dr. am! Mrs. Mor
ris A. Kleiman, Miami.
An April graduate of the Uni-
versity of Florida, the bride-to-be
is currently studying for a Mas-
ter's degree at the University of
Miami, after which she plans to
teach social studies.
The future bridegroom attend-
ed the University of Florida, and
served with the U.S. Army
Security Agency overseas for three
He is currently attending
the University of Miami, where he
>rking for a degree in radio
,.-; n communieat: -
A June wedding is planned.
Proceeds Will
Aid Academy
Hebrew Academy PTA annual
ie party this year falls on the
first nisht of Chftnuka, Sunday,
Nov. 29.
' \:> Fair Lady.' starring Au-
drey Hepburn and Rex Hsrriaon,
will be shown at the Lincoln
Theatre on a reserved ticket pol-
y, with proceeds earmarked for
Academj 1. brary tun..
HfRSHA pwt't
3'mri Reprise? Casting
I r p;."t- "The
pi
he Theatri ( : B'n i

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Participating in the plans for the Nov. 11 Pre* dames Jack S. P'.pick. William Lader. N:^x
ident's Reception of the Greater Miami V/cm- V.'eitz and Jacob Rifkdn. Stcmdii g are Mes-
en's Division cf the American Friends ci the dame:. June Biuestein, Ralph Spexc Leon Kro-
Hebrew University are (seated from left) Mes- n'.sh and Betty Feuer.
Hebrew Univ. Women Pfan President's Fete
The President's Reception of
the Greater Miami Women's Di-
vision, American Friends of the
Hebrew University, will be held by
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff in her
home on Nov. 11.
To express her appreciation to
the officers and supporters of the
Jewish National and University-
Library, the special project of the
Women's Division, Mrs. Simonhoft
c.;ch year welcomes as her guests
those who have demonstrated their
interest in Hebrew University by
gift or devoted efforts.
In preparation for the Presi-
dent's Reception, at which a book
review will be presented, a board
Club to Meet At Zamora
"Who Needs Money," an original I
musical comedy with a cast of
40, will be presented by the Men's
Club of Beth David on Dec. 5'
to 7, it was announced by Lou
Seitlin. club president. Gala
black tie premiere on Dec. 5, will'
include dinner, according to
Chairman Max Jacobson.
Bob Brenner will direct "Who
Needs Money." Cast includes
Ronnie Wolk, Joe Nevel. Evelyn
Saluk, Ruben [dels, Lucille Alter-
nian and Herman Fisher.
Committees are ticket, Mrs.
Jennie Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Lou
Seitlin, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes,
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mendelson
and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murenberg;
ads. Harold Berke, Bernard Bloom,
Mrs. Seitlin and Mrs. Bernard
Leffler; program. Herman Boren.
Bernard Bloom; dinner, Leonard
V old, Charles Spingarn, Mrs. Jen-
nie Gordon, Mrs. Sam Badanes
and Mrs. Archie Mendelson; scen-
ery. Frank Rose; treisurer, Frank
Rose; publicity,. Mr. and Mrs.
II iward Berger.
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Rabbi Hershel Brocks, of Temple
Zamora. announces that the Tem-
ple's Talis and Tfilin Club will have
its first service on Sunday at 9:30
a.m.
Members of the Talis and Tfilin
Club include Robert Aronoff. Mar-
tin Elgison, Robert Leavitt, Don
Lederman. Edward Lucker. Jay
L'-fkowitz. Howard Manhoff, Mark
Pollack. Jon E. Pont. Tully Rois- ,
man. Zadik Shapiro, Howard Sing-
er, Stewart Slutsky, Ben Lewis
Schachter, Gary Schweitzer, How-
ard Taft. Robert Teller and Tom-
my Tibor.
Following services, the club will
join the Temple's teen-agers for
breakfast hosted by the USY, and
a program featuring Dr. Bernard
Baron, psychologist for Dade Coun
ty. and directoi of the Social Ser-
vice Bureau ut Miami Beach, whe
will speak on "Teen-Age Age o)
Turmoil."
Representing the USY are Eller
Schachter. president: Steven Kus
nick vice president; Naomi Smuk
ler. secretary: and Steven Shuman.
treasurer.
meeting of the Women's Division
met this week in the One Lincoln
Road offices of the Friends. A
report on the initiaJ luncheon of
;lie organization was presented by
Mrs. Harry PUtoff, membership
ih lirman.
Program chairm?-? at the Nov.
11 President's Reception will be
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, mem-
Ler of the President's Cabinet and
national vice president of the
Women's Di\ision o: the American
Friends.
Hungarian Club Meeting
Hungarian Club. 2230 NW 14th
St.. will hold the season's first
show on Sunday evening with
dancing, singing, skits and music.
Tickets may be purchased at the
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Jmisti nrrSdfan
Page 9-B
TEMPLE Beth Sholom's State
of Israel Dinner of Tribute
wai held Saturday evening at
D iral Beach Hotel. Honored
I Kifkin. and he and
.tod guests at the
or, Ur. Kiikin was dres
r door-length white brocade
0 D ith a beautifully jeweled
.... e y mo u r SUverman,
.->; nd was chairman
l a ti.e evening, selected a black
* silk couturier original worn with
a three-quarter-sleeved matching
acket. -Mrs. Tessie Litt's white
gown was covered with irides-
cent white sequins and row alter
row of fringe created with cry-
stal caviar beads. Beige and
black satin combined in Mrs.
Sidney Ansin*s gown. Her bod-
ice and matching jacket were in
beige, and the sheath skirt was
black. The neckline of her jack-
et was a modified cowl.
Mrs. Max Weitz was in a por-
celain blue and silver brocade
gown with a matching jacket.
Her jacket featured a ruffled col-
lar. Ice green satin was worn
by Mrs Tod Bodin. Her gown
h d an Empire line of satin over
.1 jeweled bodice, which ended
al the hip line. White satin was
was worn by Mrs. Leo Levin. A
matching hip-length jacket was
worn wiih her gown, and her
shell bodice was in royal blue
alencon lace. A white Italian
knit ensemble was Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyer's choice for the
evening. White mink trimmed
the collar of her jacket.
:: -:t a
WHITE raw silk in the bodice
and soft powder blue silk
organza in the skirt were select-
ed by Mrs. Harry Wolk. White
silk ribbon lace was embroider-
ed in a floral motif over the
~kirt. Mrs. John Serbin"s ombre
turquoise gown had a cowled
neckline and large flowers em-
broidered in white iridescent se-
quins. Muted mauve in an em-
broidered brocade was worn by
Mrs. Dan Klkind. Her matching
stole was banded in the same
color ol !' iu de soie Mrs. Mey-
er Eggn iti wore a bla< k em-
i ed [rom Paris, which
Eeatui em-
lice.
Mrs. Ei e .brami
h te chiflon sheath fi m Hong
lh< bodice was criss-
cross) I >' pattei:
trimm seed pearls Aqua-
marine blue was ti e color choice
of Mrs. Seymour Coller. The Long ne cruty therapy lor the sick and m< dern beauty Balon. Lrlt lo liqht (star.
neckline ol her no.nee was deep- needy women is instituted nt the Jewish Cor.- i Smith, Mis. Joseph 1 president
5< ioped and embroidered with I Homr c.{ South Florida. This is the Angie Baltoglia, operator of Anqie's Beauty
seed pearls and bugle beads.
The gold necklace and matching
bracelet she wore were a gift
from royalty over 100 years ago
to Madam Scott in Australia.
Mrs. Isadora Rubinstein wore a
Dior blue satin with an asymmetri-
cal drape over one hip. Mrs.
George 11. Mildwoff's shell pink
-own was embroidered with sil-
ver ribbon lace, and her match-
ing stole was banded in satin. A
while silk crepe -heath with sil-
ver bugle beans embroidered in
vertical lines was Mis. Dorothy
Prankfeldt's choice.
jewisn t^onvaiesceni name oi ooum nor- teiory, ana lvirs.
ida, in 'ts new quarters, will have an ultra- ident. helpinq.
V Plans Fun For the Adults
Adult activities program for the .resumed activities on Tuesday
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami has mornings at it) a.m. The Men's
been established for the current Physical Conditioning Program
year, it was announced by Her- will shortly be resumed on Thurs-
schel Rosenthal, president. A var day evenings 8 p.m.
ied program covering many dif- \ow activities now being offer-
tci ii types oi interest has been ,.,, iV ,nt, Miami "Y" are: art,
red, and enrollment is now Thursday, 10 a.m.; Spanish, Wed-
cpen. nes ay, 8 | m.; bridge, Thursday,
At the Miami Branch, 450 SW, 8 p.m.; golf, Thursday, 8 p.m.;
....... ......... wth Ave., the Mr. and Mrs. Vol-J ceramics, rue day, l p.m.; social
with a red satin coal which was |t.yball Program is now underway dancingi Thursday, 8 p.m.
on Wednesday nights at n p.m .\i the Noith County "Y," 14036
'A men's Slimnastics class has -,]. (U|, ;V(. the following sche-
i hat e*n set up: square
dancing, Monday, s p.m.: guitar,
Monday, 8 p.m.; recorder Men
Meets Wednesday
MASONRY WALLS
CAN &E BEAUTIFUL
Wife oi the Temple"- presi-
dent, Mrs. Louis 1". Snet-
:. in, chi se a white bro< a l< n
slit in the Oriental style. The
. ife, Mrs. l eon Kron-
ish, was in a beige silk jov n
with bronze beading on the bod-
ice. Mrs. Jack Shapiro', gown
as in a wine red brocade with
a modified sweetheart neckline.
A white brocade gown with a
matching tailored jacket was
worn by Mrs. Sanford Levine.
Mrs. 'silma Oritt's gown was
in a pearl white peau de soie with
a mint green silk band at the
top of the bodice. Pearls, caviar
beads and satin-lined bugle beads
created a wide waistband. A
royal blue sequined sheath from
Hong Kong was worn by Mrs.
Sam Botway. Mrs. Sheila Mar-
kell's gown was in black silk
So. Florida UAHC
p.m.; oil painting. Tuesday. 8
Annual fall meeting of the South I p.m.; beginners' golf. Tuesday. 8
Florida Federation of the Union p.m.; and advanced golf. Tues-
of American Hebrew Congrega- j d..y. 0 p.m.
lions, originally scheduled for Oct. yn Monday nights at the South-
14, will be held on Wednesday, j uost -y" 7215 Coral Way, classes
Oit. 28. at Temple Beth Am. 5850 |are being offered, beginning at
North Kendall Dr.. at 8:15 p.m. 8:15 p n, ,n art, Spanish, bridge.
A symposium, "The Jews and the I fe(,lf and social dancing. The
CrucifixionSome Reactions to schedule Of adult activities for the
tnc Ecumenical Council," will
highlight the evening.
Beach Branch will be announced
later.
Participants in the program a number of discussion groups
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niooE will include Rabbi Herbert M.ion the future of Jewish life in
with a chiffon bod.ee. Black d of T lc Bcth Am; America are also being planned,
caviar beads and jet crystals Baumg z ,,,,, Templc as weU as a foreign film series.
"BTtS H-ersch.ags pinkj K Hollywood Rabbi Mor *
gown was from Hawaii, and it ris A, gW*.*m p e Jude^S AWWIJ OH Spmoia
had a hand-painted cactus flow- bi Richard M. L.v.ton Temple
er down the front. An apricot- i Emanue Ft Lauderdale Rabbi; .Sot.ra,es and Sp.noza-The Two
, ... .. k. n>nUi M imw TemDle Sinai, ana.
colored silk gown was the choice
of Mrs. Anna Stein. Her match
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atch- Kabbi JsePh R- Narot, Temple Is-, ()phy- wjjj oe ih(. topic of a I
Mrs. rael of Greater M'ami- A ques' ture by Dr. Abraham Wolfs
? SfSJTuS Hainan kn.t! o and answer period will follow
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Ladies' Auxiliary of the George
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+ u-day, Oct. 31. at the Crown ;cight Liberal and Reform congre-
the symposium.
Program will also include a
business meeting, election of Fed-
eration officers and the introduc-
tion of Allan Solomon, newly ap-
pointed full-time director. UAHC
Southeast Camp Institute at Cleve-
land. Ga.
South Florida Federation of Re-
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Friday. October 23, 1964
Israelis Bear Heavier Burden Than We,
Defense Minister Tells CJAppeal Group
Sharing honors as spokesman for the UJA Goodwill Mission
here with Asher Ben-Natan is Melvin Dubinsky. St. Louis com-
munal leader and national chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal. Combined Jewish Appeal leaders welcomed the
duo at Westview Country Club. Left to right are A. J. Molasky,
Ben-Natan, Dubinsky, M. Gillyreifer, Ben Novack and Carl
Weinkle.
Young leaders of Greater Miami Jewish Federation and Com-
bined Jewish Appeal meet with Director General of the Min-
istry of Defense Asher Ben-Natan for lunch at the Standard
Club. Co-hosts for the occasion were (left to right) Marshall
S. Harris, Daniel Neal Heller, Ben-Natan, Sam Luby Jr., and
Presidents Leadership Award winner Norton Pallot.
Cantor Bender At Cohen Synagogue
"For every dollar received by
the State of Israel for housing
and immigration needs, the people
.of Israel themselves are taxed
-:>."' Ashe Ben-Natan. director
general of the Ministry of De-
lense. State of Israel, told a Com-
bined Jewish Appeal audience at
the Westview Country Club last
week.
Each citizen, in addition to
meeting his own needs, contri-
butes seven per cent of his in-
come for a compulsory loan to
help settle and absorb the 60.000
\y 65.000 immigrants who have
come to the State of Israel in this
record number for the past three
years, he stated.
"Our problem of housing, of
education and vocational train-
ing, as well at those of food
supply, social welfare and medi-
cal needs, are such that we are
under a constant burden to pro-
vide these vitally-needed ser-
vices, the cost of which is more
than the money raised through
voluntary means and through
taxation," Ben-Natan stated.
In discussing Israel's defense.
be pointed out that Israel has al-
ways been surrounded by enemies
on every border. "While we do
not seek to provoke the enemy,
cur policy must be one of deter-
rents, and for that reason we are
ever alert. We are proud of the
defensive strength of Israel's re-
serve forces," he said.
Stanley C. Myers introduced
Ben-Natan nnd UJA National Chair-
man Melvin Dubinsky. both of
whom made brief reports to the
community, which were followed
by question and answer sessions.
Dubinsky. who explained that
the agencies of the United Jewish
Appeal have brought over 1,150,-
000 people to the State of Israel
since 1928, said that the UJA
Goodwill Mission "is in essence a
tee to help resettle Jewish Fami-
lies and rebuild new lives in 26.
countries throughout the world, w
'The free dollars contributed by
Jewry throughout the world must
stockholder's report" and that the continue to flow as they Liave,"
leaders of Combined Jewish Ap-, Dubinsky said. "You have help-
peal present "are the recipients ed to provide $1,500,000 it Jree
of the dividends."
"We have undertaken this
coast-to-coast Goodwill Mission
to relate the latest facts of Ate
growth and development of the
State of Israel, and to express
our appreciation to the leaders
of each community who have
helped to make it possible," Du-
binsky said.
' dollars to the UJA and its agen-
cies in 15 years, a record un-
matched in the history ot volun-
tary philanthrophy.
"I am proud to deliver thb re-
port to you, and I know that
you share with me the vital im-
portance of the continued Wow
of these dollars," he stated.
"The dividends we have receiv-
He announced that so far this ed. and will continue to receive,
year over $60,000,000 has been ] are such that the stockholder can-
made available to the United Jew- j not measure in dollars alone,
ish Appeal and its agencies They are dividends that can only
through voluntary philanthropy,' be measured by the size and scope
' two-thirds of which will go for of our humanitarian undertak-
the programs he had outlined in ings and by the millions of lives
the State of Israel. One-third will j we have helped to serve through
go to Joint Distribution Commit-'UJA and its agencies."'_______
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On Friday ni^ht and Saturday
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Cohen Community Synagogue.
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gary, received his cantorial train-
ing there, and graduated from the
Budapest Conservatory of Music.
He continued his studies under Er-
nesto Temple, of the Vienna Con-
servatory of Music, as a recipient
of a United Nations scholarship
When Hungary fell under Naxi
control. Cantor Bender was con-
scripted for enforced labor,
working in Leningrad, Stalingrad
and other cities in Russia and
Poland.
After the war, he returned to
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tor. In 1956, when the Soviet Union
seized Hungary, he fled to Vienna.
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual lead-
er, will deliver a special sermon.
Appel Founds
Me Ami Grove
On Israel Border
Benjamin Appel has established
a grove of trees in Me Ami, Is-
rael, in honor of his late wife, Mrs.
Ida Appel, and himself.
Me Ami is a settlement on the
Jordanian border, serving as a
bulwark of security in one of the
most militarily vulnerable spots
in Israel.
Appel has been treasurer of the
Jewish National Fund for over 12
years.
In additon, he recently estab-
lished a garden of trees in the
Jewish National Fund Baal Shem
Tov Forest, located near Safed in!
the northern part of Israel.
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A highlight of the Temple Beth Sholom-Israel Dinner of State
last Saturday night was the presentation of the coveted Israel
Commendation Award to Temple and community leader
Jacob Rifkin (second from right). Presentation was made by
Yosef Almogi. Israel's Minister of Development, guest
speaker. From"left are Sidney D. Ansin, Rabbi Leon Kronish,
Almogi Rifkin and A. C. Fine. With nearly 500 attendinq, a
record sum of 5504,000 in Israel Bonds was purchased.
Beth Sholom Buys
As Temple Honors
Yosef Almogi, Israel's Minister
ol elopment, stressed the im-
port ce ol the settlement of the
Desert as a means ol
strer henin ; Israel in his address
ai i: Ten pie Beth Sholom-Israel
i state on Saturdaj night
a; the Dora! Bi ach Hotel.
"Each new house in the Ne-
gev is as important as every
add:'.) nal tank in our defense
i, r, he said
Responding to an address by
Rabti Leon Kronish, spiritual
leac:- of fre Temple, members
of '-'~e gathering purchased
S50J '.'.0 in State of Israel Bonds.
of the largest
ns ever purchased at a syna-
dinner in the history of
ael Bond effort in Great-
mi.
,, i was Jac-
(i .a. \ the Israel
Vward in recogni-
a "lifetime Of dedicated
meriting the gratitude ol
i ( mity, a people and a na-
Other participants in the pro-
gram were Louis F. Snetman,
Temple president, and Sidney D.
Ansin, president of Ch. 7. who was
honored at last year's Beth Shol-
om-Isjael dinner.
Highlighting the festivities was
$504,000 in Bonds
Jacob Rifkin Here
a colorful ceremony of the kind-
ling of Israel's Menorah ol State-
ho id. : artii ipa In weie Mr. and
Vrkin, Mr. and Mrs.
ine, Mr, and Mrs. William
..<:> e, Mr n i Mrs Ellis Am-
.;,,, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ash,
1 Mrs. Abram Bak< r, Mr.
I Mrs. Bernardo Benes, Mr. an I
Jonas .1. Brotman, Mr. and
Mrs, Morris C iper, Mr, and Mrs.
Leon Ell.
and Mrs. Frank Hershey,
-'!-. and Mrs. Alex Levinson, Mr.-.
pessii Litt, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
i: and Mrs. David
; Benjamin
[r and s. Ralph
Mux Weitz.
In his address, Almogi called
for a closer partnership between
the Jes of American and Israel
....through t:->3 Isrzcl Bond pro-
qra-n to provide Israel with vital
investment capital with which
to redeem the desert."
Pointing out thai Israel is still
laced with a shortage of perma-
nent dwellings as a result of a
large influx of immigrants, Al-
mogi reported that -'each day. Is-
rael must spend $600,000 for Im-
migrant housing alone. If we
maintain our present five per
cent annual population increase,
we shall number more than 3,000,-
000.000 by 1968."
Dr. Cahn Will
Address 3-Day
Dr. Judah Cahn. rabbi, professor
I'd lecturer, ''ill he ffcalmerr
peak"r a! ihe three-day Institute
of Judaism sponsored by the State
tri Florid i Federation of B'nai
" r'h it m Kontainebleau Hotel
on Nov. 0 through 8.
l'h Institute will he open to
,;i| member, of B'nai B'rith.
home wiil be "Jewish Life in
the Modern World."
Dr. CJhn will present three
lectures on Friday and Satur-
day evenings and Sunday morn-
ing on the subjects, "America
The Meaning of Freedom," "Tne
Soviet UnionThe Meaning of
Fear" and "IsraelThe Mean-
ing of Courage."
Also featured will be a lecture
by Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple
Emanu-El, on The Role of the
S y n a .'. o l; U e Today." Louis
Sehwartzman, executive director.
Bureau ol Jewish Education, will
lead the workshop on "How to
Plan l i Study Groups,' and plan
the roun l-table discussions.
The Inst tute will begin "n Nov.
i; at a dinner a! the Fontainebleau
Hold. Sabbath and Saturday
rning ices are also sche-
u)cd al ::' hotel. Floor show on
Saturday nignt will be offered to
Mrs. Irving Miller, of Sunset Island 3, Miami Beach, opens her
home for an LBJ Coffee. Amonq those present are (left to right)
Mrs. Mollie Brilliant, Mrs. Louis Glasser, coordinator of the
coffee, ond Mrs. MalVn Englander. Mrs. Brilliant and Mrs.
Englander are co-chairmen ot the Dade Count-/ Women's
Activities Committee to Elect Lyndon Baines Johnson for Pres-
ident, which sponsored the coffee.
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Comm was among Knights
v i rked re help lurnish the en-
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Miami Beach.
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Heading the Committee of Ar-
rangements is Judge Frederick N.
Barad. Mrs. Max Kern is co-chair-
man. Charles J. Kossove and Jos-
eph Gorinstein are members of the
Planning Committee.
Dr. Judah Cahn is instructor I
in Bible and Literature at the ]
Hebrew Union College, visiting
professor in Humanities at j
Springfield College and national
vice president of the National
Association for Advancement of !
Colored People.
He is also a member of Commit-
tee on Community Relations and
Community Tensions of New York
City Educational Department, and
.! lecturer in I>rael. Soviet Union.
Poland. Germany. Turkey and in
other European universities. He
is today spiritual leader of the
Metropolitan Synagoge of New
York. ,,
Reservations for accommoda-
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titute arc now being received by
Judge Barad and his committee.
The Bureau of Jewish Education
is cooperating in the cultural pro-
gram of the Institute.
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building at 8800 Miller Rd.
Beginning at 7:30 p.m., the af-
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Al Cohen is chairman of the af-
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Friday. October 23, 1964
Ceoch Maps United! Fund Campaign
Miami Beach D.vision of the
1 .lited Fund campaign met at a
leadership meeting under the
is of Simon Rubin, chairman.
presented on
ptana a the B< ach |
' immis mei Alex
Miami Beach
Flcgier-Granada
Youth Club
all, volleyball, ping-pong.
tflel ard and baseball were
tured on Spoils Night*' last
day, when the Fun for Teens
i). newly-organized youth activ-
ity group, met at Flagler-C.rana-
la Jewish Center.
Boys and girk 13 years of age
id over arc eligible to participate.
The group meets bi-monthly un-
the leadership of Merwyn Lo-
\ in,
also
Councilman Bob Tvrc.hin. agreed
' tli t Miami Beach has always
contributed generously by way of
lux dollars to Dade County and
is again 'Ssyyeuig to accept a fab
e of the United Fund goal."
Minimum goal for Dad* Coun-
ty is $3,256000. The Beach has
set as its goal $325,600, repre-
F-:ntin9 !G percent of the coun-
ty's goal.
Maurice Unger, head of Gen-
al Business Solicitation on Lin-
coln Rd.. and Adrian Thai, assist-
iiit chairman, said that "the re-
sponse should be excellent be-
cause business on Miami Beach is
>etter than ever."
Dade County General Chairman
is Sidney Ansin. who said that al-
though the S3.256.000 goal for 1964-
65 has already been set, a more
realistic $4,150,000 is in fact need-
ed to care tor the local 30 Unjted
public school teacher, who i Fund agencies functioning here,
teaches Hebrew at Flagler-1 The United Fund campaign will
Granada Jewish Center.
end before Thanksgiving day.
Discussing Miami Beach United Fund cam-
paign are (left to right) Simon Rubin, Sidney
Ansin. Jack Costello, Charles Kossove, Com-
missioner Alex Gor
Turchin and Maurice
don, Councilman
Unger.
Bob
pi
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Hebrew Scholar Sees No Future for Yiddish
After the en-
tombment of the
silvery, silent
elevator, a short
walk down the
| carpet muffled
hallway yields a
door with a sign
clearly stating thai this is the
apartment of: Isaac Unterman,
PhD. Author.
Dr. Unterman. his forehead
deep and surprisingly uncreased.
his mustache crisp, proves to be
as candid as his sign. Recently
returned iiom a trip to Israel,
the eminent scholar said: "Yid-
dish is dead in Israel and in the
I'nited States. In Israel there is
a small group of radicals, elderly
people who are trying to revive
Yiddish. They have no knowl-
edge of the Talmud or the Bible,
and they will get nowhere. Be-
sides I have no use for radicals.
There is enough social justice in
OUT Bible. Jews don't have to
be radicals."
The Philosopher
Isaac Unterman is a philoso-
pher, Talmudic scholar, jurist
and ordained rabbi. He is the
author of thirty-six volumes on
Judaism. Seventeen of his works
were written in Yiddish, eight in
Hebrew.
"My books are guides for rab-
bis, teachers and scholars," he
said. "I have interspersed origi-
nal thought with interpretation
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man also grades the examina-
tion given by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education for licensing of
Hebrew teachers.
"I work despite my doctor's
orders." he said. "I live be-
cause I find pleasure in my work,
in my life."
Being a Jew and living a Jew-
ish life is Isaac Unterman's all-
consuming concern. He is op-
posed to tampering with Jewish
tradition.
"When you deviate and permit
changes, there is no telling
where it will stop." he said sad-
ly-
He would see the synagogue in
DR. ISAA1 UNTERMAN
Still a lew
and commentary on the Mishna,
Talmud, prophets and Jewish
holidays."
Naturally, it was hard for him
to predict the death of the Yid-
dish language and literature.
"There is no future for Yiddish
anywhere," he said. "Israel
cannot afford to be bi-lingual. And
who lives with Yiddish in the
United States?"
Pleasure in Work
Dr. Unterman speaks with the
realism of the poet. Behind his
burning blue eyes is a whole col-
lege of contemplation; while the
spare body seems to strain for
action. Into his seventies, with
his doctor's orders to retire
stinging in his ears, he plans
yet more books. He intends to
tell the story of the sages of the
Talmud, their attitudes and con-
tributions. He also plans a one-
volume encyclopedia on Judaism
which will delineate its evolve-
ment and traditions. Dr. Unter-
True Sisters
In Card Party
First social event of the season
for United Order of True Sisters
Miami 43 will be a Halloween card
party on Saturday, Oct. 31, at 7
p.m.
To be held at the Washington
Federal Auditorium, 699 NE 167th
St., refreshments will be served
at the fund-raising affair.
Chairman is Mrs. Fred Fuller.
Mrs. Morris Weinberg is president.
Pofio luncheon Tuesday
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami is
holding a patio luncheon and card
party at the home of its president,
Mrs. Arthur K. Anderson, 121 Za-
mora Ave., on Tuesday noon. Mrs.
William gagman is chairman.
America become a center of
learning, a place for a genuine
religious experience instead of a
forum for forensically-oriented
rabbis with round tones and soc-
ial conscience. He longs to see
a congregation drawn to the
synagogue out of need for reli-
gious contemplation rather than
obeisance to custom and tashion.
SHU a Jew
Dr. I'nterman's early years
were spent in the Talmudic and
Rabbinic Academies of Wolozhin
and Slobodka, where he studied
with his cousin, who is now the
Chief Rabbi of Israel. Upon his
arrival in New York, over half
a century ago. he embarked on
a career in journalism. His first
position vv.s with the organ for
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica.
While teaching Hebrew, he
enrolled in the law school of the
University of Chicago and then
went on to medical school. For
over twenty years, he was editor
of the Jewish Daily World in
Philadelphia. He has survived
the newspaper and his rebellious
nature, and tenaciously he clings
to pure Judaism.
High above Biscayne Bay, in a
sleek apartment building, sur-
sounded by compromise and
style, Isaac Unterman pursues
the core of Judaism and rages:
"If there were no Jens left in
the world, if I were all alone. I
would still be a Jew."
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Friday. October 23. 1964
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tj^jcir Henry Liebman
Henry Liebman will observe his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morn-
.ng, Oct. 24. at Temple Beth Am.
with Rabbi Herbert Baumgard of-
ficiating.
The celebrant is the son of
Judge and Mrs. J. David Liebman,
"760 SW 125th Ter., and grandson
of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Liebman.
of Miami Beach, and Dr. and Mrs.
Morris Goodman, formerly of
Miami Beach.
An eighth grade student at Pal-
metto Junior High, where he plays
clarinet in the school band, Hen-
ry's other interests include chess
and stamp-collecting.
The Bar Mitzvah will be hon-
ored with a Kiddush following the
ceremony and at a reception at
Temple Beth Am on Saturday
evening.

Judith Maiavsky
Judith Ellen, daughter of Rab-
bi and Mrs. Morton Maiavsky, will
become Bas Mitzvah at Temple
Beth Sholem, Hollywood, on Fri-
day nifiht, Oct. 23, (luring regular
services. Rabbi Maiavsky will of-
ficiate.
Judith will chant an excerpt ol
the Haftorah and lead the service.
An eighth made student at the
Hebrew Academy, which she has
attended since kindergarten, Jud-
ith is recording secretary of the
United Synagogue Youth Junior
Chapter of Beth Sholem.
Mrs. Irwin Salitksy, Sisterhood
president, will present the Bible,
and
of
Bas Mitzvah certificate.
Oneg Shabbat following services
Judith Maiavsky
Peter Morton
David Stone
Murray Baker
esident. will present the Bible, ,. ., ,.
id Curt J Schleimer president student in Beth Mrs. Abram Baker, of 800 W. 47th. Beth Torah Congregation, with
the Temple will present the David Rcliious Scno1 since kin" St.. will be Bar Mitzvah on Sat- Iiabbi Max A. Lipschitz and Can-
i \iit7vih cortifiratp dergarten. He plays the piano | urday morning, Oct. 24, at Tern- tor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum offi-
and is interested in astronomy, pie Beth Sholom, with Rabbi Leon
. dkm ~a His planetarium won the sixth KronL-h officiating. The celebrant
will be sponsored by Rabb. and grade ^^ ^.^ -n Mjami_ | a ^^ q{ ^ ^ sho|om
David's grandmother, Mrs. Julia Confirmation Class 5726.
Snyder, of Jamaica, N.Y., and his
brother Bob, a student at Rens-
selaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy,
N.Y., will be here for the oc-
casion.
9 *
Marlene Schwarti
Mrs. Maiavsky. Over 1,000 guests
are expected to attend the cele-
bration.
Judith will have a Bas Mitzvah
party for her friends Saturday
night at her home. 1029 Washing-
ton St., Hollywood. Disc jockey
Jerry Burk. of radio station WKAT,
will entertain.
*
David Stone
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will *n of Mr. an<> Mrs' Em *Ior- haner Sisterhood.
officiate at services on Saturday toj. ^JSm ^' I ln ,1,e ci>:h,n grade at Jon-n R
Kennedy Junior High. Marlene
will continue her education at
Peter Morton
ciating.
A member of the fifth grade
graduating Hebrew class, the cele-
brant is an honor student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School.
He is a coin collector, operates
Marlene, daughter of Mr. and his own short wave receiver set,
Mrs. Jerome Schwartz, 1050 NE i and plays piano and viola in the
109th Ter., will observe her Bas school's concert orchestra.
Mitzvah on Friday evening, Oct.
23. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will
His maternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Kaplan, who will
be attending the ceremony, have
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Peter, Bible on behalf of the Mollie Ka- presented him with a Talit and
Dr. living Lehrman will offi- officiate and present her with a
morning, Oct. 24, in Beth David pic Emanu-El.
SvnaL-ocuc when David Solomon, Peter is in the eighth grade
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stone, Ransom School in Coconut
marks his Bar Mitzvah. Grove- ."Vs :1 P"nist *
David is an eighth grade stu- companies his mother, former v
dent al Shenandoah Junior High professional light opera star in
tei
Tl'ilin from Israel.
Pytsiicns Reveal Camping Plans
Plans were revealed this week
for ..n ambitious program to
e character-building summer
vacation camping oppoi
for hundreds of deserving chil I
ol D ile' County in years to come.
The project, patterned after a
similar, highly successful ci
1 y the K ights of Pyth-
in New Vork State,
sored here by the Past Chancel
lors Association. 7th Pythian Dis-
trict of Florida
The announcement, by Milton I.
Green, president of the Pythian
Youth Camp, followed the grant-
ing by Miami Beach City Council
of a permit for use of Convention
Hall for a huge Pythian Youth
Camp Jamboree of Stars benefit
show to be staged on two succes-
sive nights. Mar. 8 and 9, next
year.
in the VIP Teen-Age Band.
i. interested in -mum- and sports, nofce, va
The celeorant will be honored
,; ol the camp are at a Kiddush following the wor-
ship service in Sirkin Hall.
James Braha
James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al
Beth Torah in the pre-conlirma- Braha, 1020 NE 159th St.. will ob-
don class. serve his Bar Mitzvah at Beth
Among out-of-town guests will be Torah Congregation on Saturday
"'''. the celebrant's grandparents, Mr. morning, Oct. 24, with Rabbi Mai
' ";, and Mrs. Harry Katz, of Roa- R. Lipschitz and Ca tor Ben-Zion
i mson, vice president;
Emai i li I, >ecretarj; Max
M. S nil >. treasurer. Judge Ed-
Moor \ grand chancellor
irid i, is an hon-
rj director.
The y Stars Show
he pi odi Wall; Wan
: ir, well-known Miami Beach im-
will go to
[the Pythian Youth Camp Building
: Fund. Tickets will be distributed
by members of the Knights of
I Pythias in this area.
Widespread community support
for the project is indicated by the
I outstanding political and civic
leaders who have pledged their
! cooperation, including both Unit-
I ed States Senators, Spessard L.
Holland and George A. Smathers.
Kii schenbaum officiating,
.lames will be presented
Robert Elfer.bein i Bible on behalf ol the Mo
Robert son ol Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kahaner Sisterhood.
Elfenbein, ol 15740 NE 15th PL. He will continue his ed il
Murray Baker will celebrate h Mitzvah in the pre-confirmation class
Murray Man. son of Mr. and in Saturday morning, Oct. 2i. at th. Religious School.
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Friday, October 23, 1964
"My Fair Hebrew Academy Lady" will be the theme of the
annual membership brunch to be held by the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at the Deauville Hotel. Mrs.
M. H. Rosenhouse, membership chairman, is shown here with
her committee. Standing (left to right) are Mcsdames Charles
Simon, M. H. Rosenhouse, Irving Firtel, and seated, Joseph
Shapiro, Jack Gerson and Jack Buchsbaum.
Social Security
Office for Beach
From his Washington office,
Congressman Dante Fascell an-
nounced Tuesday the opening ol
a new Satellite" Social Security
Office in Miami Beach.
It is anticipated the office will
be open for business on Nov. l.
11 will be at 1234 Washington Ave.,
housed in the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Association
building. It will serve a large
number of Beach residents who,
live in both the Third and Fourth
Congressional Districts.
A study which has been con-
ducted over the past seven weeks
indicates that at the present time
22 percent of the visitors in the
Miami downtown district office
come from Miami Beach. During]
the season it rises to 30 percent of
the district office workload. Ac j
cording to the 1960 census, the
population of Miami Beach was
63,145.
Of this number, 17,777, or 28
percent, were 65 years of age
or older. It is expected that the
new Miami Beach office will
handle about 100 visitors a day
at this time. During the season,
it is expected that 180 to 290
people a day will visit the now
Miami Beach office.
The office will begin with a
staff of four people, two of whom
wiil be claims representatives who
are technical experts on Social
Security problems. The other
staffers will be contact represen-
tatives who are persons experi-
enced in interviewing and taking
information from the public.
Southgate ttadassah
Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg, presi-
dent Of the Southgate Group ot
lliidassah. announces a paid-up
membership party in the Terrace
Boom of Southgate Towers on
Monday at 1 p.m. New members
and life members will be honored.
Mrs. Morris Parker is hostess,
and Mrs. Charles Krupt is chair-
man of membership.
Menorah Men
To Open Season
Temple Menorah Men's Club
will open its current year's activ-
ity on Sunday night with a social
program entitled 'Curtain Up" in
the Temple's Social Hall. The
opening project, featuring emi-
nently famous entertainers, win
be free to Men's Club members
and their wives.
Ben Krovetz, president, will con-
duct a special program. "Another
SeasonAnother Reason," which
will introduce every member list-
ing his business occupation and
his background. The Temple
Men's Club motto is "All Israel
is united in a bond of fellowship,"
and the "Curtain Up" program
aims to promote friendship and
socialibility for the men of the
community.
Star of the Night Club circuit,
Eddie Schaffer, will be featured
guest artist.
Men's Club of Temple Menorah
has an active program planned
for the coming year. In addition
to the youth debates, school picnic
and regular monthly meeting, the
club will feature the Brotherhood
Breakfast Series on Sunday morn-
ings, featuring interesting speak-
ers on interesting subjects.
The first in the series of the
Brotherhood Breakfasts will be
held Nov. 15. On Nov. 22. a spec-
ial Blood Bank drive will tike
place to replenish the blood sup-
ply for Temple Menorah's mem-
bership.
LEONARD miNSTtIN
Men's Club Plans <
To Help Home
Men's Club of the Jewish Con-
valescent Home of South Florida,
under the guidance of President
Leonard Weinstein. will hold its
first meeting of the 1964-63 sea-
son on Tuesday evening in the
DiLido Hotel.
Weinstein and members c acti-
vities committees will present
plans for a series of novel "party"
functions and special affairs de-
signed to make the Men's Club one
of Miami Beach's leading social
organizations, in addition to do-
ing good work on behalf V the
Jewish Convalescent Hone of
South Florida.
One of the highlights on Tues-
day night's agenda will be discus-
sion and plans for the proposed
Chamber Concert
Saturday Night
Friends of the Chamber Music
of Miami will present the Borodin
Quartet at the season's first con-
cert in the tenth annual subscrip-
tion series.
Program will be Saturday even-
ing, 8:30 p.m., at the White Tem-
ple in Miami.
Program will feature Quartet
No. 2 in D major, Borodin; Quar-
tet No. 8 in C minor, Shostako-
vich; and Quartet No. 14 in C
sharp minor, Beethoven.
Members include Rosticlav Dou-
binsky, first violin; Yaroslav Alex-
androv, second violin; Dimitri
Shebalin, viola; and Valentin Ber-
linsky, celk).
Cedars Will Mark
3rd Anniversary
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will
celebrate its third anniversary on
Nov. 19 with an employee's party,
it was announced this week by
President Harry L. Lewis.
The S6 million community hos-
pital opened its doors on Novem-
ber 19. 1961. and has since been
operating at near capacity, he
said.
Adath Yeshurun
Expands Facilities
Temple Adath Yeshurun announ-
ces the completion of a spacious
and modern sports area including
baseball field, tennis and basket-
ball courts.
This is in keeping with varied
facilities being offered to students
for CO-CUrricular and extra-curric-
ular outdoor activities.
Other act'' ities available to
Temple Studi its incl d< chorus.
dramatics and special interest
groups for after school recreation.
Yehuda Segaf.>,edUcation direc-
tor of the Temple, is in charge of
all youth activities.
Martin Knobel. chairman. Board
of Education, states that 'Temple
Adath Yeshurun is meeting the
increased enrollment by offering
widely expanded facilities to main-
tain the highest standards lor the
school and its students."
Nursery School and Kindergar-
ten, Hebrew and Sunday School of
Temple Adath Yeshurun are open
to non-members, as well as mem-
bers of the Temple.
Levitt Named Secretary
Ronald Levitt, Coral Gable", pub-
lic relations executive, has been
elected secretary of the Florida
Chapter of the Public Relations So-
ciety of America. PRSA is the in-
ternational, professional organiza-
tion composed of leading public
relations counselors.
Examine Taxes,
Poston Says
Ralph Poston. candidate for the
State Legislature. Group 2, has
called for a complete new look
at the State's tax structure1, "in
order that everyone pays a fair
hare."
Poston. Miami businessman, said
that if Florida's tax structure
were updated, he was confident
that there could be greater econ-
omy both in government "-pend-
ing and in taxation."
'Certainly I would hope that the
next legislative session look ser-
iously at the question of where
the tax dollar is coming from and
where it is being -pent," Poston
said.
Pre-EJeciion Talk
Speaking at a "Pre-Election Pow-
Wow." State Legislator Lee Weis-
senborn and Attorney Jack McKay
Jr., were guests of the Eleanor
Roosevelt Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, at a meeting at the South-
west Jewish Center on Wednesday
evening.
BAGELS
FOR
At a meeting of the parents of the Temple Beth Sholom Nur-
sery School this week, Mrs. Ruth Frankenstein, family life
consultant, holds a "Meet the Press" on the subject of "Your
Child and Your Family." Discussing the event are (left to
right) Mrs. William Goldworn, Mrs. Robert Schwedel, Mrs. Al-
lan Wilson, Nursery School PTA chairman, who served as
"members of the press," and expert, Mrs. Frankenstein. The
Beth Sholom K.-rsery School, directed by Mrs. Diana Simon,
is open to children between the ages of 3 to 5.
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October 23, 1964
+Jmlst) Meridian
Page 15-B
lyllcs Samet( 39 Passes Away
Phyllis 0. Sainet, of 5.951
-. ness. She was the wife of
iip Samet. clinical physioi-
M. Sinai Hospital.
uple came here from New
ne years ago. _
nine year-old Mrs. Santei
as vice president of the
YWHA of Greater Miami
- an active member in the
li
I was a member of Board
;vernors, Jewish Federa-
:i Greater Miami, Temple
and Pioneer Women.
iition to her husband, she
| ved by her mother, Mrs.
'lfenhenden; a son, Gerald
i two daughters. Annette
." ,,n.
s< es were held Oct. 18 at
|RA MS. Jack. VI. of 16749 NE lllli
tjt a ed Oct. 19. Riverside
JS-s Mull' 88, of 1925 Collins
., .-,i 11. i |9 Riverside
tz, Harry M., 88, of 1619 Jef-
i Av< died Oct. 19. Kiv i
fin. Morris, 89, of ISM Bay Rd.
ii Sew York City. Riv-
|mm.
tCUS. Mrs. Goldle, 68, nf .'.:'. U"
Riverside.
Ihtner. Ellen, 63, of 1500 Baj
ll died Ool. in, Riverside.
.asky, Harry, 85. of 2816 Plne-
.. br. Services In Philadelphia.
prdon.
/in, Mis. Florence, 68, of Til
lin'i hi Ave. Riverside.
|RENMOL7. Joe. 7'i, of I'll' 7lh
Riverside.
flNER. .Mis. Roue H.. 68, "f 860
i-'-'mi T)r. Newman.
,iKIN. .Mrs. Lena, R, of 75 trw
|.">h St.. died Oct. It. Riverside.
J.OM0N. Mrs. Hermanle, 76, nf
fn Collins Ave. Service* In New
fork City. Newman.
)SS, Mrs. Mary. SS, of 4r.2." Col-
is Ave, iii.'ti Oct. is. Service*
_ Nfw York City. Riverside.
ILlvlAN. F.llis. 7>I. of 9264 May Dr.,
Bed Oct. IV Riverside.
ER. Mrs. Gertrude. 6:!, of 1710
Jerldinn Ave. Riverside.
Arm IN E, Mrs Loevy R.. 67. of
Ison Bay Rd. Riverside.
lAPIRO. Mrs. Lillian. 66. of 733
foltlns Ave. Services in New York
Newman.
4GER, Mrs. Reekie. 78. of 8333
JyroTi Ave. Blusherg.
Riverside Memorial Chapel, Al-
ton Kii
Imerean Medical Center
[Mrs Jules ft'eston, president of
ral Chapter. American Medical
Inter of Denver, announces a
Dcheon and fashion show at the
hy Boy Club, 7701 Biscayne
td., on Wednesday noon. Chair-
In of the fund-raising affairs is
Is. Irving Rubinstein, who is
in charge of reservations.
LtGAL NOTICE
.ii THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL ClrlCUIT
JF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNI'V. IN CHANCtKY
No. 64C 11163
THE UII.LIAMSUI in.n SAV1NUS
...V.\K.
I Ma ill! iff.
VS.
JAMES B. MOYER, el ux.
I '1'liin.niil.-.
NOTiCE. OF SUIT
TO: Janus E Moyer and Madeline
M. Ml'>.|. ||i.S Will. K,'. .|,|, III,;
L'nknown, ami If remarried, their
unknown spouses. If living, ami
i ...i,< ii,. uilSllown Inns, de-
vil -. legatees, grantees, as-
signees, lienors, creditors, trus-
i'..- ", iiiii.i' claimants clulm-
Ina b.v- through, under >i against
any of Ilia above mimed defend-
ants who are deceased.
You an hereb> notlfieil thai the
above capl oned action has been In-
stituted against you in ih* Circuit
'nun of iiu Eleventh Judli lal !lr-
i'.,i( nf l-'li>'ill.i in .Hal lui' I'.uii' Coun-
\ in fore. Ion- n muriatic* imofi ;li,
following described real property:
Lot II in 1.,1.,-K I i>, L<-.r. .,i.\.s-
OR, according i" Hi,- rial there-
of, recorded in I'lal v Hook .':: ai
r.i : i ,,i Hi,. Public it, eords of
Dade County. Florida.
V,n are i 'itilred to '" '."""-
-i\.- pieudlns to plaintiff's complaint
" '" !>. i lei I of III" aim s.,in l ,,,n 1,
atiii serve .1 cop] thereof upon plain-
.1,, ultorno MARTIN FINE. Dude
' ral I'.oUdlng. Miami, Florida
33131, not later than November 23.
1964, or a Decree Pro Confesso will
I,, ii 1 >l aealnst j nu.
DATED October 21, 1964.
R. I!. LKATHKRMAN.
t'lerk "i the Circuit Courl
By: K, M. I.YMAN
Denuty Clerk
MARTIN I'lNl-:
1 "1.1.- 1 -'.." 1 Rnlldlng
Miami. Florida 33131
I" 23, 30, II '6, IS
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NO. 6JtW*
BUZACETH I! MAI.UNK.
I'lainlill,
i:rssi:r.i, .1. Hl'RERT and PAl'I.INE
HI'liEKT. Ills wife.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. Itl'SRELL. .1. Hl'I'.KKT and
PAIX1NE IllKKItT. his wife, 1315
tieedom Road, Habertown, Pennsyl-
\..in.', are hereby notified that a
suit for ilaimvges lias been Instituted
against you together with a 's Pen-
di'iis on your property described as:
S 80' hi the N. 846' of th,. VS.
130.81' of the following lands:
Reclnnln* at n point v".- N. of
15S4.S4" W. of the S.E. Corner of
Section I". T\v|,. ",:l S. .ni'i Kanve
11 K. Dade County, Florida, run
M Ti;:,- noli"' Ibeive iBn.Kr
to a point: thence 8. 753' to a
point: theme K. and parallel to
the Kectlon line, ifii.sr to the
point of lieglnninc; except the S.
too' ni the E. 80/ thereof.
It von fall in file your answer with
the Clerk nf the above styled I'onrt.
on or before November S3. 1961 a
default "ill be entered against yon.
I.KKK, CIVII, OOl'RT OP I'.KCORP
By JIM HANSON
1.....1, 30, 11 '6. IS
LEGAL NOTICb
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUT.ON
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATfc
OF FLORIDA
'In Al.l. TO U 10,.,, 1 ttEHE PRES-
ENTS SHALL ".UK. 1.1:1:1: ri.NiS:
VVhireas, ERNEST I.IN'KA. COR-
AL liABl.LS, KLOlllDA; HELEN
LAWRENt'E, MIAMI, Kl.ulll I >.\.
I.i:\.Ia.\II.\ KAMEN, MIAMI. I-I.iiK-
11 'A. iii.l on the H.1I1 da} of Oct......r,
A.I 1. 1 !-". 1.'. cause to be Incorporated
nn.i.r 1I1, laws of the S.ate of F'lor-
Idn ROBERT 1:1.All: CLOTHES, INC.,
a corporation, with iis prlnciiuil
pla, of business at Miami. Bade
County, in the Suite of Plot-Ida. and
>'ii.'iea> bpc'i corporation iliil on the
: ".ill ilav of 1 i.'ti.l,,!'. A.li |64, cause
to be filed in the office of the Secre-
(arj of State "i the State nl h'lorlila.
the documentar> authorit> required
under Section 00S.27, Rlorldu Sta-
Iftes, showinu the dissolution of uuch
, ,.1 por iiinii.
Now, therefore, the Secretary "(
.'; ii. h ili-> li. 1 < i,.. ,ii i:> in 1 he
m', 1,4 I'llll thai lie 1 sal Isfiei
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlist
the undersigned, desiring i" engace v
business under the fictitious name "i
JERRYS RESTAl'RANT al 8613 N.W
-'L'nil Avenue, Miami. KUirids Intendr
in regbiter s:ii,l name \\ith the Clerk
of the Cireull Courl of Dade County,
Florida.
I.i 11.A M VE RUAUKWRLL
Soli- (twner
h'ti phen !' Kesaler, Attorney
831." I.".lelllle Rll,
Coral 1 bibles, Florida
in 16-23-30, 11 ii
LEGAL NOTICE
III 1 the reqtlll
liaVi bei 11 .11 1.!
IS iVITN 1.- s
' reunlo hi 1 mj
tin
. Hi,
da>
fixed Hi, Urea I Seal
. lorida, a' T11 lah >s
ih. I IFTEENTH
1:11:. \.1. 1964,
(SIOAL)
Ii >.M A I'A.MS
S,, 1, lui) of Slal
, in, in- of Hie law
i.-il with,
\\'iii:i:i:"i-. I have
hand and have af-
State "I
1 'apltal,
....."l'i 1-
1" x: i;i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF1RY GIVEN that |
the undersigned, desiring to engn
in business under the fictitious
a 1:11.1 s BAR at IS.VI Coral
Miami, Intends to register said
with the Clerk of the Circuit
hi 1 lade ''".in v, Florida,
Wit MI'I! K BAILEY
STKI'IIKV KKs-M,KI!
for Applicant
.Lull,- Road, ''oral Clables
in 16-33-80, 11
I All
231:
irne
1.,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADF Cnu'lTV FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
N>. 64C 11347
I1EOROK CASE,
Plaintiff,
notice by publication
in the Circuit court of the
eleventh jud.cial circuit
of florida in and for dade
county. in chancery.
No. 64C 11616
DANTE MCNOIOLI,
Plaintiff,
vs.
SALLY MCNOIOLI.
1 lefi ndnnt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: S'ALLY MI'NiIlul.l
6387 Roosevelt Avenue
Merchantvllle, New .1,1.-, >
Yon. SALLY MCNOIOLI, are here-
by notified that a BUI of Complaint
lor Divorce lias been filed against
you, ami you are required to serve
a ropy of your Answer or Pleading
to tin- Bill of Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorn, v. CHRISTIE AM: LEV-
KXSTKIX, 1114 Coral Way, Miami,
b'lurlda :::;ii",, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
In fore the 23rd day of November,
I9G4. If you fall to do so. Judgment
l.v default will lie taken against you
for the r.iiof demanded in the Uill
of Complaint.
Tins 11..,.,.< shall lie published one,-
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JKWISH F'T.Ol'.IDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
l-'lori'la. this 2lt day of October,
A.D. l'.'\.
E. I: I.EATIIEKMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Daile County, Flori'la,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: K. m. i.yman.
Deputy Clerk
CHRISTIE AND I.EVENSTEI.V
1414 Coral Way
Miami. Flori'la Ml 4.1
Attorneys for Plaintiff
in L':l. SO, 11 1'.. 13
BETSY CASE.
Defendant.
NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION
Tl': Betsy < 'a--. ., 1 :i ensteln
3033 7 l-i Street
I'.i.....klyn, New York
VOl" ARE HKRKBY NOTIFIED that 1
a Complaint for Divorce lias been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve .1 cops of your An-
swer "ii the Plaintiff's Attorneys,
srol.Ai: & MI'i'HNICK, 220 71st
Street, Miami Bench, Florida, and file
the original Answer in (ii,- office of
the cierk of the Circuit Courl on or
before the 18th ilnj "i November, 1964.
if you fail i" do so. the allegations of
said Complaint will be taken as con-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 11023
DEI-ORES CEKVEI.I.I.
Plaintiff,
\ B,
ALBERT ANTHONY ci ;i:\ El.1.1,
i lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ALBERT ANTHoNY CERVF1LI.1
L'iui Butler Street
Westherry, Long Island, NY
Yon, ALBERT ANTHoNY CER-
V'ELLI, are hereb> notified thai a
Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a eopy ,,l your An-
swer or Pleading to the Hill of c,,n,-
, 1 plain! on Hi-- Plaintiff's nttorne>.
Wav WILLIAM .1. COLDWORN. 627 S.V
'27 Avenue, Miami, Ploiida and 1
the original Answer or Pleading hi
the office "i the Clerk of the Cli
Courl "ii or before the Sntlt day of
November, 1961. If you fail i" 'I" so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief ilemunded
in iiu- BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published oni'i
each week '")' four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERFlll at Miami.
Florida, this 6th day "f Octobei A l>.
1964.
E, B. I.EATIIEKM \N. I'll rk,
Circuit ''"iii-i. 1 '.Hi, 1 "inn >. 1 lorida
(aval) D.v : K. M. I.YMAN
I >eput> "Ii rk
\\ II I AM I c.ol.l'Wi IRN
627 s W. 27 Ave Miami, Ela.
I'll. 44.".-!.,'.".
Attorney for Plaintiff
in : 16
ll:i Til.
Court
Teased by >ou.
DATE this ml' day "i October,
mill.
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(seali By: C. P COPEI.AND
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I,, register said nan"- with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CASTLE INDUSTRIES,
INC' il'.l1' IRATE1'
n Florida corporation
By: OTTO KATZ, I'resldenl
TAUANOl'F, UAI.l.l'.i: \- I.IIMAN
Attorneys for Castle Industries,
Incorporated, a Florida corporation
130 Lincoln Itoild, Miami Beach, Ela.
10/33, :!". ll/. 13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64589-B
IN TIE: Estate of
EI.EANoi: B. LYNCH
Deceased.
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
1 To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
1 'lulled 10 present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of BL.EANOR B, LYNCH
deceased late "i Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, ami file the same in dupli-
cate and a- provided In Section 733.16.
Florida Statutes, In their offices In
the County Courthouse In Da.i,
County, Florida, within nix calendar
months from the time of the
publication hereof, or the same
be barred. ,, ...
Dated at Miami. Florida, tins
lay of October, A.D. 1964,____
ROSALYN A ROSENMAN,
As Administratrix Cum
, Testament" Annexo
First publication of "'is notlc.....i
EJrd das of October, l64.
,\. JAY CRISTOL
Attorney for1 Administi alrix I uni
Testanieiito Annex"
I* N-K- lst "" JW; :!;"'u/.
iN THE COUNTY JUDOE'8 COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58736-B
IN RE: Estate of
SAMUEL LEVIN
I k*^g14k44 *t(*f1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR D|STBLB.U-
TK)N AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that e
have filed our KinHl Report nnd I e-
titlon for Distribution and Final IMs-
CharW exeeutors of the **
SAMUEL LEVIN, deceased: and that
on lu 24th dav of November IM4
will appiv to the Honorable Countv
1, lues of Dade County, Florida, for
a roCa o said Final Report and
, r",iis.rii,u,i" ,,n,i nal executors of the .state of the above-
named decedent. This 16th day Ol
'""^EMVE l.KVIN RO8EMAN
BENJAMIN LEVIN
upnviv 1. A ,l l-<
of OEOROF}, AMKS ft RITTER
tttornevB for FNwutora
Blpcavne BulldlM
1.1 vVpsI i'' "!' Streel
: Miami, Florida ''-'' .,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIIY i:iVi:.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engjtg,e in
business under the fictitious name ot
AL'S COZY CORNER at I3S N.E. 14lh
Sirit t. Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name, with the Clerk Ol
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
AARON Al. 1ERI.MITTER
Sole >wner
lioldnian. Coldste.n *i I'aezler
Attorneys for Registrant
24U1 West Flagler St.
Miami, Fiorina IO/8-16-2S-30
IN
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*,
THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
JUDGE IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA: IN
PROBATE. NO. 63,817-B
RE: ESTATE ol'
ABRAHAM L. SKol',
Deceased.
To All Creditors. Legatees, Distri-
butees ami Persons Having Any
Claims 1.1 Demands Auainst Said
Estat'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64533-B
i\- RE: Estate ol
Ml IRRIS LIl'TI IN
I, ceasetl.
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'ersons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Aguinsl babl
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t" preaenl any claims and de-
mands Which you may have against
the .siate of morris i.h-toN d.-
oeased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and
as provided in S.etion ?:',:'..in, Florida
Statutes, in their offiees In tile Coun-
ty Courthouse in l>ude County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the came will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Slh
day of October, A.D. 1964.
LOUIS R. FOREMAN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 16th day of October, IC64.
JOSH REI'IH N
Attorney for Executor
1370 Washington .u.
Miami Beach, Ela.
10/16-33-30, 11 '
IN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 11018
SVI.VIA ROBERTS,
Plaintiff
vs.
LEWIS ROBERTS,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I!
and each
. titled thai you are required by
Law to present any claims and de-
mands which you, or either of you,
may have aguinsl the estate of Abra-
ham 1.. Skop, deceased, late of said
Count). I" the County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, al his office
Ii, the court house of said County
ai Miami. Florida, within six months
from the time "i the first publica-
tion "i this notice. Each claim or
demand shall be In writing In dupli-
cate, nnd shall state the place ol
residence and post office address of
the claimant, and shall he sworn t"
by the claimant, his agent, or Ilia
attorney, and any such claim nr de-
m.,ml not so filed shall lie void.
M'.LRIS A. SKol"
As executor "f the Last Will and
Testament of Abraham L.
skop. deceased,
Al.VIN B. ZAI.I.A, Esq.
' o. Box '.'47
West Palm Beach, Florida
Attorney for Executor
i-iiiit publication: Oct. !'. I06i.
jO/'.i, 16. 33, :'"
von are hereby I TO: LEWIS ROISERTS
1 o Cy Rosenberg
1313 Avenue /
Brooklyn, New York
You an- hereby notified thai a COM-
PLAINT I'oi: ANNULMENT OF
MARRIAGE has been brought against
you. and you are required to serve a
copy of your answer or other response
thereto ,,n the plaintiffs attorney,
Stanley it Richard, 60.1 Lincoln Road,
.Miami Beach, Florida. 83)39 and file
Hi.....'Iglnal answer or pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the Kith day ,i Novem-
ber, 1964; otherwise, tbe alienations
of the said Complaint will be taken
as "iiiv.-srii by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this tit It
day of October, 1864.
E. B. LEA niERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. I ia,le County, Florida
(aealj Bj : J. V. CAVANAUH
Deputy Cierk
Hi B-16-23-30
first
will
K.th
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64534-C
In RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN F. RCDNICK,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demands Against
Skild Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
qttlred t" present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
Hi. estate ; BENJAMIN F. BUD-
NICK deceased late "f Dade County.
Florida, to the County Judges of
Bade County, and file the same in
duplicate and as provided in Section
783.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fiees in the County Court house in
Dude County. Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2nd
day "f October. A.D. 1864.
BR: s,' BLANCHE RCDNICK
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the stli day of October, 1964.
GERALD SILVERMAN
Attorney for Administratrix
818 Alnsley Building,
Miami 32. Florida
10/9, 16. 23, 30
TO:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10832
HAROLD BEAVER,
Plaintiff,
UII.MA JEAN BEAVER,
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
WILM.V JEAN BEAVER,
o Mrs. M. c Hershberger.
R. F. D. No. 2
Rock wo, ,d, Pennsylvania
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Rill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
are ri-'iuireil to file an Answer or
Pleading With the Clerk of this
Court, and to serve a copy on tbe
Plaintiffs Attorney. Ephraim Col-
lins, 144U 79th Street Causeway.
Miami Bench, Florida 3:1111. or or be-
fore the 18th day of November, 19K4.
or judgment by default will be tak-
en against you for the relief de-
manded.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 1st day of October,
A.D. 1961.
K. V.. L.KATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
I Mill' County. Florida
By K. M I.Y.MAN,
Deputy Clerk
I".'.'. in, IS, 10

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl>Nt
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in l>n.-in. under the fictitious name
of El, ENCAJE at L'2I N.E. 1st
Avenue. Miami, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cn-
cult Court "f Dad,. County, Florida
I. \ K GENERAL MERCHANDISE
DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
HENRI NORTON
Vpnllcanl
llldg.
in :::. 80, U/8, i I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY (IIVEN that
the undersigned, destrlna I" ,'iigagi' In
buslnen under the fictitious name of
EL LATIN'i ,,i 203 N E Fir.-t Street,
.Miami. Ela.. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Conn oi I iade County, Florida.
MANTEL FERRO
crri.Ei: & BFRON80N
Ally s. fc,| Ajipll
612 Alnsbi} 1 :1.1m .Miami
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Friday/ October 23. 1964 Jmisti nrrSdfan Page 9-B T EMPLE Beth Sholom's State of Israel Dinner of Tribute wai held Saturday evening at D iral Beach Hotel. Honored I Kifkin. and he and .tod guests at the or, Ur. Kiikin was dres R door-length white brocade 0 D ith a beautifully jeweled .... e y mo u r SUverman, .-•>; nd was chairman •l a ti.e evening, selected a black silk couturier original worn with a three-quarter-sleeved matching acket. -Mrs. Tessie Litt's white gown was covered with iridescent white sequins and row alter row of fringe created with crystal caviar beads. Beige and black satin combined in Mrs. Sidney Ansin*s gown. Her bodice and matching jacket were in beige, and the sheath skirt was black. The neckline of her jacket was a modified cowl. Mrs. Max Weitz was in a porcelain blue and silver brocade gown with a matching jacket. Her jacket featured a ruffled collar. Ice green satin was worn by Mrs Tod Bodin. Her gown h d an Empire line of satin over .1 jeweled bodice, which ended al the hip line. White satin was was worn by Mrs. Leo Levin. A matching hip-length jacket was worn wiih her gown, and her shell bodice was in royal blue alencon lace. A white Italian knit ensemble was Mrs. Anna • Brenner Meyer's choice for the evening. White mink trimmed the collar of her jacket. :: -:t a W HITE raw silk in the bodice and soft powder blue silk organza in the skirt were selected by Mrs. Harry Wolk. White silk ribbon lace was embroidered in a floral motif over the ~kirt. Mrs. John Serbin"s ombre turquoise gown had a cowled neckline and large flowers embroidered in white iridescent sequins. Muted mauve in an embroidered brocade was worn by Mrs. Dan Klkind. Her matching stole was banded in the same color ol !'• IU de soie Mrs. Meyer Eggn iti wore a bla< k emi ed [rom Paris, which Eeatui emlice. Mrs. Ei e .brami • %  h te chiflon sheath fi m Hong lh< bodice was crisscross) I %  >' pattei: trimm seed pearls Aquamarine blue was ti e color choice of Mrs. Seymour Coller. The Long ne cruty therapy lor the sick and m< dern beauty Balon. Lrlt lo liqht (star. neckline ol her no.nee was deepneedy women is instituted nt the Jewish Cor.i Smith, Mis. Joseph 1 president 5< ioped and embroidered with % % %  I Homr c.{ South Florida. This is the Angie Baltoglia, operator of Anqie's Beauty seed pearls and bugle beads. The gold necklace and matching bracelet she wore were a gift from royalty over 100 years ago to Madam Scott in Australia. Mrs. Isadora Rubinstein wore a Dior blue satin with an asymmetrical drape over one hip. Mrs. George 11. Mildwoff's shell pink -own was embroidered with silver ribbon lace, and her matching stole was banded in satin. A while silk crepe -heath with silver bugle beans embroidered in vertical lines was Mis. Dorothy Prankfeldt's choice. jewisn t^onvaiesceni name oi ooum norteiory, ana lvirs. ida, in 'ts new quarters, will have an ultraident. helpinq. V Plans Fun For the Adults Adult activities program for the .resumed activities on Tuesday YM-YWHA of Greater Miami has mornings at it) a.m. The Men's been established for the current Physical Conditioning Program year, it was announced by Herwill shortly be resumed on Thursschel Rosenthal, president. A var day evenings % %  8 p.m. ied program covering many dif\ ow activities now being offertci ii types oi interest has been ,.,, iV nt Miami "Y" are: art, red, and enrollment is now Thursday, 10 a.m.; Spanish, Wedcpen. nes ay, 8 | m.; bridge, Thursday, At the Miami Branch, 450 SW, 8 p.m.; golf, Thursday, 8 p.m.; wth Ave., the Mr. and Mrs. Vol-J ceramics, rue day, l p.m.; social with a red satin coal which was | t .yball Program is now underway dancingi Thursday, 8 p.m. • on Wednesday nights at n p.m .\i the Noith County "Y," 14036 'A men's Slimnastics class has -,].• (U |, ; V( the following schei %  hat e*n set up: square dancing, Monday, s p.m.: guitar, Monday, 8 p.m.; recorder Men Meets Wednesday MASONRY WALLS CAN &E BEAUTIFUL W IFE oi the Temple"president, Mrs. Louis 1". Snet:•. in, chi se a white bro< a l< n slit in the Oriental style. The ife, Mrs. l eon Kronish, was in a beige silk jov n with bronze beading on the bodice. Mrs. Jack Shapiro', gown as in a wine red brocade with a modified sweetheart neckline. A white brocade gown with a matching tailored jacket was worn by Mrs. Sanford Levine. Mrs. 'silma Oritt's gown was in a pearl white peau de soie with a mint green silk band at the top of the bodice. Pearls, caviar beads and satin-lined bugle beads created a wide waistband. A royal blue sequined sheath from Hong Kong was worn by Mrs. Sam Botway. Mrs. Sheila Markell's gown was in black silk So. Florida UAHC p.m.; oil painting. Tuesday. 8 Annual fall meeting of the South I p.m.; beginners' golf. Tuesday. 8 Florida Federation of the Union p.m.; and advanced golf. Tuesof American Hebrew Congregaj d..y. 0 p.m. lions, originally scheduled for Oct. y n Monday nights at the South14, will be held on Wednesday, j uost -y" 7215 Coral Way, classes Oit. 28. at Temple Beth Am. 5850 | a re being offered, beginning at North Kendall Dr.. at 8:15 p.m. 8:15 p n n ar t, Spanish, bridge. A symposium, "The Jews and the I fe( ,lf and social dancing. The Crucifixion—Some Reactions to schedule Of adult activities for the tnc Ecumenical Council," will highlight the evening. Beach Branch will be announced later. Participants in the program A number of discussion groups SECRETARY WANTED for small Congregation. Experienced in typing, mimeogrophing and keeping records. Write S.W., Box 2973, Miami 33101 niooE will include Rabbi Herbert M.i o n the future of Jewish life in with a chiffon bod.ee. Black d of T lc Bcth Am; America are also being planned, caviar beads and jet crystals Baumg z ,,,,, Templc as weU as a foreign film series. "BTtS H-ersch.ags pinkj K Hollywood Rabbi Mor gown was from Hawaii, and it ris A, gW*.*m p e Ju de ^S AWWIJ OH Spmoia had a hand-painted cactus flowbi Richard M. L.v.ton Temple er down the front. An apricoti Emanue Ft Lauderdale Rabbi ; Sot ra e s and Sp.noza-The Two ... .. k „. „ n>nUi M imw TemDle Sinai, ana. colored silk gown was the choice of Mrs. Anna Stein. Her match ing jacket was hip-length. PRATT A LAMBERT VAPEX MASONRY PAINT Exterior masonry walls, bricl block, stucco, asbestos center can be distinctive and color iul with this fast-drying vinj emulsion paint. Its uniform!; Hat finish has excellent n sistance to alkali and weathei White and lade resistant color Usually $6 98 $P48 ricoti i^maniiei, ri. """ %  '' %  *-— ; "Socrates ami aiimraa—ine 1 f, oice Daniel M. Lowy. Temple Sinai; and; S;|in s in (ne History of Phil atchKabbi J se P h R Narot, Temple Is-, ()phy W JJJ oe ih( to pic of a I Mrs. rael of Greater M' ami A ques ture by Dr. Abraham Wolfs ? SfSJTuS Hainan kn.t! o and answer period will follow gown had a decollete scooped neckline. ROOM and BOARD For Elderly People. Special low turnj mor rotoi. rtrictly Ko.h.r. W.rm atj moiphare. Or tervice. Also Efficiency -re.ion.ble Rare, mrt 1545 Euclid Ave. Gershwin Ladies To See Fashions Ladies' Auxiliary of the George I Gershwin Lodge will hold a paidJE 1-3741 I up membership luncheon on Sat; a ,„i, 6U5U co 10 .-... K -— •—+ u-day, Oct. 31. at the Crown ; c ight Liberal and Reform congrethe symposium. Program will also include a business meeting, election of Federation officers and the introduction of Allan Solomon, newly appointed full-time director. UAHC Southeast Camp Institute at Cleveland. Ga. South Florida Federation of Reform Synagogues is comprised of TO.VI ^ COMPtft A WTO REPAIRS PHILLIPS "66" Go First C Mis—Go • %  Phillips" Top Value Stamps CE 5-1221 9700 E. INDGO-Perrin? • Across from B.ink of Perrrne i Hotel. A fashion show by Lori's has been arranged. Mrs. Saul Jari-elt is president. £:itions in Greater Miami. Hollywood. Ft. Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach, and maintains offices in Miami under the direction of Rabbi Sanford Seltzer. loslec-, Wolfson! next Thursday morning before the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education in the auditorium of Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.. 10 to 12 noon. A musical! program and a tape recording of I •Socrates in Court" will precede! Dr. Wolfson's talk. Sale Price 5 Gal. RENUARTBAILEYCHEELY Lumber & Supply Co 15 locations to Serve You I ROOM and BOARD J in Kosher home two blocks from Coral Gables bus. Phone 667-1839 .m AUTHORIZED DEALER kN Mr l TfeMtTN 1 d^a) %  jjJ ^^m^ Quo 1 *^ ^hk £ ^^.^ Service All Mok C ^Bk M \ Balfrric — Mq'ds STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road i '••• .'• tiM4Mei~trifli-TeMii PMONE it 8-79't Gibbs School Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gibbs will be guests at a dinner oi the Alumnee Association of Katharine Gibbs School on Nov. 12 at Coral Ridge Yacht Club. Mrs. R. C. Clark is in charge of reservations. Norah Schuefer is alumnae secret;U"V. "lOHMNY MASTERS for pi. 9-6141 r 'VLECTROLOGIST REMOVE UNWANTED HAIR. Lieemed. loce4 IteKlMS •% •rtwt $tre •ieKi. Tw* methods. Kwo Mchioe—Will Travel TO THOSE WHO EXPRESSED thr sympathy in so many beautiful and practical ways during our recent bereavement, I extend my heartfelt thanks. Mrs. Albert Quadow Cleaning-Laundry Storage 1201 -20th Stro.t JE 8-6104 Miami Beach OfEN 7 AJM. • 9 P.M. Some Day Senrica Never AM Mr* Ckarae. -r^r 1 TTI/23, Rfl, II fi. 13 I in 23, SO, 11 ', IP, •



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K Fridoy. October 23, 1964 rjewlsii mhrSdiair Page 11-B A highlight of the Temple Beth Sholom-Israel Dinner of State last Saturday night was the presentation of the coveted Israel Commendation Award to Temple and community leader Jacob Rifkin (second from right). Presentation was made by Yosef Almogi. Israel's Minister of Development, guest speaker. From"left are Sidney D. Ansin, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Almogi Rifkin and A. C. Fine. With nearly 500 attendinq, a record sum of 5504,000 in Israel Bonds was purchased. Beth Sholom Buys As Temple Honors Yosef Almogi, Israel's Minister ol elopment, stressed the import ce ol the settlement of the Desert as a means ol strer henin ; Israel in his address ai i: Ten pie Beth Sholom-Israel i state on Saturdaj night a; the Dora! Bi ach Hotel. "Each new house in the Negev is as important as every add:'.) nal tank in our defense i, r, he said Responding to an address by Rabti Leon Kronish, spiritual leac:of fre Temple, members of '-'~e gathering purchased S50 J '.'.0 in State of Israel Bonds. of the largest ns ever purchased at a synadinner in the history of ael Bond effort in Greatmi. ,, i was Jac(i .a. \ the Israel Vward in recognia "lifetime Of dedicated meriting the gratitude ol i ( mity, a people and a naOther participants in the program were Louis F. Snetman, Temple president, and Sidney D. Ansin, president of Ch. 7. who was honored at last year's Beth Sholom-Isjael dinner. Highlighting the festivities was $504,000 in Bonds Jacob Rifkin Here a colorful ceremony of the kindling of Israel's Menorah ol Stateho id. : artii ipa In weie Mr. and Vrkin, Mr. and Mrs. %  ine, Mr, and Mrs. William ..<:> e, Mr n i Mrs Ellis Am.;,,,• Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ash, 1 Mrs. Abram Bak< r, Mr. I Mrs. Bernardo Benes, Mr. an I Jonas .1. Brotman, Mr. and Mrs, Morris C iper, Mr, and Mrs. Leon Ell. and Mrs. Frank Hershey, -'!-. and Mrs. Alex Levinson, Mr.-. pessii Litt, Mr. and Mrs. Sam i: and Mrs. David ; Benjamin [r and s. Ralph Mux Weitz. In his address, Almogi called for a closer partnership between the Jes of American and Israel ....through t:->3 Isrzcl Bond proqra-n to provide Israel with vital investment capital with which %  to redeem the desert." Pointing out thai Israel is still laced with a shortage of permanent dwellings as a result of a large influx of immigrants, Almogi reported that -'each day. Israel must spend $600,000 for Immigrant housing alone. If we maintain our present five per cent annual population increase, we shall number more than 3,000,000.000 by 1968." Dr. Cahn Will Address 3-Day Dr. Judah Cahn. rabbi, professor I'd lecturer, ''ill he ffcalmerr peak"r a! ihe three-day Institute of Judaism sponsored by the State tri Florid i Federation of B'nai r'h it m Kontainebleau Hotel on Nov. 0 through 8. l'h Institute will he open to ,;i| member, of B'nai B'rith. %  home wiil be "Jewish Life in the Modern World." Dr. CJhn will present three lectures on Friday and Saturday evenings and Sunday morning on the subjects, "America— The Meaning of Freedom," "Tne Soviet Union—The Meaning of Fear" and "Israel—The Meaning of Courage." Also featured will be a lecture by Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El, on The Role of the S y n a .'. o L; U e Today." Louis Sehwartzman, executive director. Bureau ol Jewish Education, will lead the workshop on "How to Plan l i Study Groups,' and plan the roun l-table discussions. The Inst tute will begin "n Nov. i; at a dinner a! the Fontainebleau Hold. Sabbath and Saturday rning • %  %  ices are also scheu )cd al : : %  hotel. Floor show on Saturday nignt will be offered to Mrs. Irving Miller, of Sunset Island 3, Miami Beach, opens her home for an LBJ Coffee. Amonq those present are (left to right) Mrs. Mollie Brilliant, Mrs. Louis Glasser, coordinator of the coffee, ond Mrs. MalVn Englander. Mrs. Brilliant and Mrs. Englander are co-chairmen ot the Dade Count-/ Women's Activities Committee to Elect Lyndon Baines Johnson for President, which sponsored the coffee. Cofflm Chosen 'Kn'ajii oS Yec S;U*A, By Masters U Herbert E. Comm, ma ter ;.t .i. Beach Lodge ;:'.-,. Knights oi Pythias, has been %  %  ; ,. of the Year" the Pa t Masters Association ol iKni htci Pythias. Comm was among Knights v i rked re help lurnish the entrance lobby of 'hi' child;•. thmatic F I in North Miami Beach. jtion of the award w' 1 : at a dinner at the Balal Hotel ING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER • SUPPER Tihrzlh Israel %  • I, i\ ., m >nth ilill mi MO T p.m. at DANCING M1AW3 3 VII LAS 500 Dc Run • TU 8-4521 CfrOwiMT S.W. MIAMI HAS ACCLAIMED THE NEW Gold'n Chef RESTAURANT & TAKE OUT ITATURING FULL LINE OF MIICATESSEN \"gX2V SSArOOD PIZZA • • CH,CKEN Phone 667-0361 for Your Order NOWAmNG • 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 55942 Sorvin, Comply BREAKFAST LUNCHEONand DINNER MENUS ALSO PANCAKES-Your Choice of 20 V^tie, DR. WOAH CAHN registered delepate< courtesj ol the Fontambleau Hotel. Closing sessions of the Institute will be held on Sunday afternoon. Heading the Committee of Arrangements is Judge Frederick N. Barad. Mrs. Max Kern is co-chairman. Charles J. Kossove and Joseph Gorinstein are members of the Planning Committee. Dr. Judah Cahn is instructor I in Bible and Literature at the ] Hebrew Union College, visiting professor in Humanities at j Springfield College and national vice president of the National Association for Advancement of Colored People. He is also a member of Committee on Community Relations and Community Tensions of New York City Educational Department, and .! lecturer in I>rael. Soviet Union. Poland. Germany. Turkey and in other European universities. He is today spiritual leader of the Metropolitan Synagoge of New York. ,, Reservations for accommodations at the hotel during the In•titute arc now being received by Judge Barad and his committee. The Bureau of Jewish Education is cooperating in the cultural program of the Institute. KL RATI'ISRO SPANISH RESTAURANT Soecialty of the Hoose "PAELLA VALENCIANA" OPEN 11 A.M Til 10 P.M. DAILY 2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE BiSCAYNE TERRACE HOTEL Catering Department STARLIGHT BALLROOM TERRACE ROOM AVAILAiU fOH SOCIAL EVENTS. STRICTLY KOSHER FACILITIES AVAILABLE UNDER SUPERVISION Of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL Miss Shirley, Catering Mgr., FR 9-3792 SAND-ELL KOSHER T CATERERS Elegant Cotcring for All Your Social Functions In Your Home, Synagogue or Hot*' UN 6-6226 IF NO ANSWER CAll UN 6-5278 Continental TOT Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue Miami's Only "Shomer Shabbos" Restaurant Quality '"**"";" 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phono 226-1 Temple Zion Dance Sunday Newly-organized Mr. and Mrs. Club of Temple Zion will hold a "Getting-to-Know-You" dance party on Sunday in the new Temple building at 8800 Miller Rd. Beginning at 7:30 p.m., the affair will feature entertainment, music, refreshments and prizes. Al Cohen is chairman of the affair. ROYAL HUNGARIAN 103 CATERERS 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 Exclusive Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and Social Functions HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT KOSHER CATERERS from hors d'oauvres to a complete buffet 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the strict supervision of the United Kashrus Association of Greater Miami—Supervising Rabbi: Rbbi Abraham J. Safra. OPEN HOUSl WEDDIN6S iA MITZVAHS WCEPTIONS TTO T0J3 in 23, jo, ii t, ia 0, Il.'tt



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Page 16-A *Vn/t summer. Raies testified before the Platform Committees of both the Republican and Democ-alic national conventions, urging the adoption of planks against Israel Holding the post of co-chairman of the Lebanese-SyrianAmerican section. Mr Burch said, be George Bashara. of Detroit, president of the LebaneseAjBerKU Republican Club. Chairnan Burch said the two "will be responsible for selecting state chairmen and for developing nationwide support of LebaneseSyrian Americans for Goldwater and Miller." the Fair end its first season on ihis note "We Irish to state that if a comparable libel is repeated next year we intend to exercise our right of reply by picketing and other effective means on a vigorous and sustained basis." On May 17, the American Jewish Congress asked the World's Fair for a permit to picket the Jordan Pavilion in protest against what it termed the display of "false, defamatory and malicious material designed to incite hatred against Israel and the Jewish people." He noted that a mural in the Pavilion spoke of 'terrors fierce rractitioner>" using their "gains ill-got to disturb the Jordan's course and make the desert bloom with warri) rj In his telegram to Moses. Dr. Prim, cited Article 16 of the Fair's by-laws, which states: The Fair Corporation will not permit the c Deration of a concession or ex hibit which reflects discredit upon uii> nation nr state He also quoted Article 27 of the by-laws. K-hJch rivet the Fair Corporation The risht to censor all projects a! the Fair site" The Fair > theme of 'Peace Through Cnderstanding" was being flouted Dr Prinz held, and the Fair it>elf was on questionable grounil in issuing regulations denying the exercise of free -peech and assembly on a site that was public property. The Fair Corporation refused to grant permission for picketing of the Jordan Pavilion, and Moses .-aid he would not interfere with the continued display of the mural On May 15, Dr. Prim and 11 other American Jewish Congress leaders entered the Fair and were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct as they souchf to picket in front of the Jordan Pavilion. After a two-day trial and the presentation of legal arguments. Judge Bernard on July 29 acquitled Dr. P.-;r.z and the 11 others. he ruled in Queens County Criminal Court that picketing was an exercise of the pickets' constituundcr the First An-endment. The Worlds Fair, the Judge a "quasi-public" operation ; r.d its -'reels have the character of public streets. Judge Dubin ruled that "all ranted of the United States Constitution apply." including the right to picket on the Fairs walkv. aj s At the same time. Judge Dubin rebuked the Fair's management for allowing Jordan to exhibit its controversial mural. "It is my opinion that the World's Fair might have made some effort, whether lesi.lly bound or not. to have the offensive mural removed." he said. Judge Dubin criticized Fair officials for objecting to a placard carried by one of the American Jewish Congress picket.-, stating "American Jewish Congress Seeks Peace Through Understanding. Jordan Incites War and Bigotry "Yet," Judge Dubin continued, "a mural is allowed to remain which many people feel creates hatred and bigotry against a foreign nation and a race of people. The reasoning seems te be inconsistent." In hts letter to Moses this week. Dr. Prinz said the opinion of the Court "vindicates our view that Fair streets are not private propperty." He noted that the ruling "upholds our right to make order|j rtpresentstions OtJ the st; (be Fair exactly as we \ the right to do on any OUK l:c thoroughfare oi the citj are satisfied that, as a re our action, this right, i' ru challangeable and futo e-t ed." Dr. Prinz declared Pioneers Plan Two Functions Beba Idelson Chapter neer Women ihonoring na Gomberg with a lunchi musical program on Wednc, p.m.. in the Bel Aire Hot< Mrs. Rae Weisberg is Mrs. Fannie Gibson is chair All proceeds to the Child Re-cue" Fund of Pioneer Women. i • e Coral Gables Group. Mrs. Louis Sachs pre-ident. is celebrating the 40th year of Pioneer Womcr. a membership tea on Thursday. Get 29. at Park Lane Cafeteria* 2155 SW 22nd St at 12:30 p m /Mayor High to Speak Louis Seitlin. president Beth David Men's Club, announcethe club's monthly meeting is -Ltea for Tuesday, Oct. 29. 8 p.m.. in the Social Hall. Mayor R *r1 King High will be guest speaker, and a social hour will follow OUR 40th YEAR NORTON TIRE 00. OPEN SUNDAYS & EVENINGS 5300 N.W. 27th Avenue 9001 S. Dixie Highway 1700 N.E. 163rd Street IJM REGoodrich DftV ^ \< Mii. REDUCED PRICES ON B.F.G00DRICH SILVERT0WNS Original-equipment tires built for '64 model cars (FITS 1956 MODELS AND LATER) COMPACT CARS MEDIUM CARS LARGER CA n S v 1 ^ 6 00x13 6 50.13 7 00x13 6 50x14 7.00(14 Bmck — Comet — Chev. II — Chevelie Cofviir — Dirt — Filcon — Jep — Lwcef Olds — Plymouth — Rambler Studebakef Tempest — Valiant All Pricei Pin T.i ••< Old Tir, OH Y M r Car. 7.5J.I4 6.50x15 (.10x15 Buick — Comet — Chevrolet — Corvettt Chevelle — Dtdfe — Ford Jeep We'Cury Old* Plymouth Rambler Studebaker — Tempest I 00x14 I 50x14 7 10x15 7 80x15 Buick — Chevrolet — Chrysler — Dodge Fed — Mercury — Olds — Plymouth PontiK — Rambler ,.ct •, NORTON %  > Cl We Do Not "FARM OUT" our credit accounts to finonce companies. 'ts ^y^^ jy' f W MIAMI 5300 N W. 27th Ave. Open 24 HouM o nd All Doy S..QCQ 500 West Flagler St WEST PALM BEACH 627 North Dixie NORTH MIAMI 13360 N.W. 7 th Avenue MIAMI REACH 1454 Alton Rood SOUTH DADE 9001 South Dixie Hwv Open 'T.I S P.*. Sun. 9-5 HIALEAH 1189 W. 49th St. W. HOLLYWOOD 6017 Hollywood Blvd. or S'ote Rood 07 HOMESTEAD 30100 South Federol Hvy. FT. LAUDERDALE 1830 West B-o-a-d B vd. N. MIAMI BEACH • I7O0 N.E. 163rd St. Open T.I S P M. Son. 9-5 iMicitM mMafM WICI ?tii! ':. REGoodrich REGoodrich <



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1 Page 12-A +Jmist> Fkrktotf) Friday, October 23.19H Feldman to Get Award Sunday; Sen. Morse Slated Hemiatn fc'eJiUI I undo "4 st pn -idenl ol • pie Beih I be how even$ I ["< ..,! C tin>man I of Is • >yne %  to %  t that S II a e the pi n oi '. : t and In ine evening was n f)r Herbert M. Baui spiri• leader ol the Temple, and Ri \ itz, dinner chairman. In addition to serving as first president of Temple Beth Am, Feldman has been chairman of the Board of Trustees, chairman of the Building Committee and chairman of the Fund-Raising Committee. He served as the chairman of the first Temple Beth Am Israel Bond Dinner in i960 and again in 1961. Sen Morse ;>n outspoken lib%  i I, has been a staunch friend ol the State ol Israel in the Sen\ leading member of the Sen-| K Foreign Relations Committee, Sei Morse is an exponent of the ii ding up "t underpriveleged na-. Uons in the world through invest-1 ,its and e< on tic assistance. \ one-tune or Ol law, -, entered I tical arena Republii He resigned 'Living Hebrew" Resumes on TV^ -Living Hebrew." television ram sp< nsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, over Station WTHS, Ch. -'. ill begin its cnth year on Thursday, Nov. 5. .it 7 p.m.. an annoui cei : i loseph Cohen, p : ol the Bureau. The 15 broadcasts on Thursday evenings this year '.'.:i feature the the Hebrew Ian through selections from Pirke Aboth, "The Ethii i I s." Instructor will be tkM II vi" IB, i M the Bureau, i N;it|i : Off, 1,1 the F ath '•"in. %  "•v...h >' Dr. Bureau, in storj %  i Zvi Rosen! work, • Liing H ">, lai %  "sed thro try. Planning the Temple Beth Am-Israel Dinner of State are Chairman Philip Revitz and Mrs. Revitz as they conqratulate Mr. and Mrs. Herman Feldman on his being named to receive the Israel Redemption Award at the dinner on Sunday evening at the Doral Country Club. Adult Lectures At Beth David Beth Dav'd will Inaugurate a series ol eight adult lectures and discussion s ssions on Tuesdaj The lectures will be held every Tuesday from 9 to 10 p.m.. in the new -chool building at Beth David in conjunction with the Bureau of om the parts in 1952 and later rewish Education. The public i> invited i" attend. Rabbi Elie r \ I e\ i, >l Miami, will lead the pro ip ir thi %  i hich will incli de eighl weekly topics of interest. Rafcbi Le'i, a Student o' the University cf To-onto arH 'he Jewish Thr-o'ogical Seminary, and a veteran of pulpits in several cities throughout the nation, as well as Sidney Austrila, appeared at Beth David last year. Topics will be: Oct. 27 — "Is There a Jewish Vote: ilas it Been Effective'" Nov. 10 — -Our Teen-agers: Why Interdate?" Nov. 17 — ••intermarriage—Can it Succeed?'" Nov. 24 — "The Jewish Home— What are You Contributing?" Dec. 1 — "Is the Synagogue the Center of Judaism?" e ; the Democratic Part). The present the Israel empl ird w ill be made i %  "in recogniil sen ii' in Jewfe %  the dinner made b; • Hosts, v ith Phil Revitz. buss and communit] leader, servhairman. G.'Vf YOUR CHIICMN A JEWISH EDUCATION Send them to: The David Finski Folk School 846 Washington Ave., Miami Beach FREE TRANSPORTATION Tel. it 8-1002 LEARN HEBREW THE MODERN WAY also BAR MITZVAH PREPARATION by experienced teacher UN 5-3721 KA38I EJEZER UVI Dec f! — • Prayei — Is it Effective?" Dec 15 — •Prepare Your Child." Dec. 22 — "The Ecumenical Council and the Jews." Classes in Hebrew for the beginner, intermediate and advanced adult students will be conducted every Tuesday from 8 to 9 p.m. A class in Bible will be led by Rabbi Levi at the same time. PREPARED For Public Service. Miami Hebrew Book Stort ISRAELI & DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synigcg.es Schools A Private Use 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 Elect Kenne thNI AMERICAN ISRAELI $ RELIGIOUS STORE $ ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES — SCHOOLS HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVI. JE 1-7722 S. Schworti NIYERSJ^ r£ REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Largest t Oldest Supply House far Synagogues, Hebrew I Sunday Schools. WholM.le I Ktfmil ISRAELI GIFTS AMD NOVELTIES 417 WatMMftM At. JE 1-9017 Pd. Pol. Adv. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED WEEDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Tour Furniture, Cfofhlna, linens, Dishes, Drapes, Etc. •LEASE CALL US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ••••••••••••••••"A*** As Governor, HAYDON BURNS will give Dade County's needs the state attention they have long been denied. HAYDON BURNS is pledged to work for Dade progress. ELECT HAYDO Democratic Candidate for GOVERNOR "LEADERSHIP FOR FLORIDA'S FUTURE • ••••••••••••••A*'• ** • %  •* %  + %  %  THE SPACE PROGRAM has poured millions into Florida's economy. HOLLAND is a member of this important committee. Not only has the space program benefited the area around Cape Kennedy, but it will continue to pour millions more into Florida's economy. H is important to all Floridians, Democrats and Republicans alike, that we preserve the seniority that gives Holland a seat on the Aeronautical and Space Science Committee, whose prime responsibility is to serve all matters in the space field. Every resident of Florida shares in the benefits that have resulted. Florida needs Holland's continued influence on this committee ... it is a valuable asset to every citizen of Florida and the nation. Paid Political Adtcrtitcnunt Paid Tor By Herbert F, Wolfe, Treat. CONTINUE FLORIDA'S PROGRESS CONTINUE FLORIDA'S SENIOR SENATOR SPESSARD L. DEMOCRAT


Friday. October 16. 1964
+JeisWtrrfM3r
Friday. C
23
"My Fair Hebrew Academy Lady" will be the theme of the
led membership brunch !o be held by the Hebrew Acad-
. Women on Tuesday, Nov. 10. at the Deauville Hotel. Mrs.
M. H. Rosenhouse. membership chairman, is shown here with
ommittee. Standing 'left to right are Mcsdames Charles
on, M. H. Roaenhouse, Irving Firtel, ar.d seated, Joseph
Jack Gerson and Jack Buchsbaum,
Social Security
Office for Beach
an-
need 'l uesday thi I
Satellite" i urity
:. :.'
i in ''ii Nov. l
,!l be at 1234 ve
'I n T/j<- V1. ashington Federal
and Loan Association
it will Mrve .< larsja
nber <>f Beach residents who
in both the Third ai.'i Four'h
: i ricts
A study which has bean con-
.''! over the past seven weeks
indicate thai .' the present time
22 percent of the visitors in the
n district office
rome from Miami Heath During
the it il rises to w percent of
district office workload. Ac
cording to the I960 census, the
lation 'il Miami Beach was
142
Of this number, 17,777, or 28
percent, were 6S years of age
or older. It is expected that the
IMW Miami Beach office will
handle about 109 visitors a day
at this time. During the season,
it it expected that IN to At
people a day will visit the new
Miami Beach office.
The office will begin with a
-iall of four people, two of whom
will be claim- representatives who
are technical experts on Social
Security problems. The other
staffers will be contact represen-
tative-, who are persons experi-
enced in interviewing and taking
information from the public.
tovihgate "vdussah
: enbei
be Soul le G
a paid-up
arty in the T<
itoon ol Southgate Towers on
al i p.m. Ni i ibers
Mr-. Moid- Parker i- ho tl
and Mr-. Chariot Krupl i- chair
man <>i membership.
Chamber Concert
Saturday Night
Friends of the Chamber Music
"f Miami will present the Borodin
Quartet a! the season's fir-t con
Mil in the tenth annual subscrip-
tion -cries.
Program will be Saturdav even
illg, 8:30 p.m.. at the White Tem-
ple in Miami.
Program will feature Quartet
No. 2 in D major, Borodin; Quar-
tet No. 8 in C minor. Shostako-
vich; and Quartet No 14 fn C
sharp minor. Beethoven.
Members include Rosticlav Dou-
binsky, firt violin; Yaroslav Alex-
androv. second violin; Dimitri
Shebalin. viola; and Valentin Ber-
linsky, cello.
Menorah Men
To Open Season
Teen Men Club
t year's acti
.-. social
urtain Up" in
Tempi*
log em1-
uriaers wiu
fn e to Met
and their wives
Krovetz, will con-
duct a -pecial pru'.ram Another
-onAnother Heason. which
will introduce every member li-t-
m- business occupation and
hi- background. The Temple
Men Club motto is All Israel
is united in a bond of fellowship.''
an'i the 'Curtain Up" program
aims to promote fnend.-hip and
acialiMlaty for the men of the
community.
Star of the Night Club circuit,
Eddie Schaffer, will be featured
guest artist.
Men's Club of Temple Menorah
an active program planned
for the coming year. In addition
the youth debates, si hool picnic
ai d regular monthly meeting, the
.ill feature the Brotherhood
t Seri Sunday morn-
featurii -.
iteresi
: the

spec-
:.. i: I
I
'I eni-
Cedors Will Mark
3rd Anniversary
Cedai ol L-i).,.- .. ,\\
its thud anniversary on
v- 19 .'ith an employee's party.
announced this week by
ant Harry I. Lewis.
The So million community hos-
pital opened it- doors on Novem-
ber 19. 1961, and ha- since been
operating at near capacity, he
-aid.
LtONARD WiMTUN
Men's Club P|Qll
To Help Home
' Home
under the guidi
- eting
... T esday
DiLido Hotel.
Weinatein and n
viUes coBunittees
plans fur a series
functions and special jffj'.
signed to make (hi
of Miami Beach
organizations, in
lug good work or -du (
Jewish Con vale s< ,[
South Florida.
One of the
dag night- agenda ill bt
kjon and plan- ;
Adath Yeshurun ^evitl Named Secretary
Expands Facilities
Temple Adath Y shui in announ-
ce thi con : lion ol a s] acioua
modern sj ;ing
:.:.
-'
tics '
-
!
tl i lies
Martin K
'i n lati that I
Adath Yeshu' un is the
increased enro'lmi I
wide!} expanded facQities to main-
tain the highest stand .....
school and it-- -1u
Nursery School an ten, Ik-brew and Sundaj School of
Temple Adath Yeshurun are open
to non-members, as well as mem-
bers of the Temple.
Ronald Levitt, I i ,ab.
lie relations ex* has bm_
elected secretary of the F.orinj
Chapter of the Pu: -iuS|
ciety of America I
ternational. profess I
composed ol I
Examine Taxes,
Poston Says
I
Legislal .}
|
Stat J
evoryoi |

P Ston, Mian, b .(
that it Florida -
en updated, he i
"that then- could !> ter ecwl
i mj both in governi
ing and in taxati
"Certainly I woul
ik xt legislative session look ser-
iously at the question the tax dollar is com:.n
where it is being -p< ;.
said.
V
Pre-Elecfion Talk
Speaking at a "Pre-Election Pow-
j Wow," State Legislator Lee W'eis-
I senborn and Attorney Jack McKay
I Jr., were guests of the Eleanor
Roosevelt Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, at a meeting at the South-
west Jewish Center on Wednesday
evening
At a meeting of the parents of the Temple Beth Sholom Nur-
sery School this week, Mrs. Ruth Frankenstein, family life
consultant, holds a "Meet the Press" on the subject of "Your
Child and Your Family." Discussinq the event are (left to
right) Mrs. William Goldworn. Mrs. Robert Schwedel, Mrs. Al-
lan WUnon. Nursery School PTA chairman, who served as
"members of the press." and expert. Mrs. Frankenstein. The
Beth Sholom Nursery School, directed by Mrs. Diana Simon,
is open to children between the ages of 3 to 5.
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MM Page 10-A >Jeist Fkridian Friday. October 22, 1964 Trip to Israel Reaffirms Understanding of Needs tern was set up t> Ma'.ben. an agency of JDC. 15 years ago. years ago. the ar *~23 By ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN Executive Director Greater Miami Jewish Federation fast trip which Fred K. Shochet, publisher of The Jewish 1ian, and I just made to IJ> el '.(convinced me if rec^nvincinc was necessary) of the prime imprrtar.ee of the United .lev !h Appeal' 1 work in Israel and in the world because it has meant freedom for so many people from --o many diverse landand back2round> I was convinced, too. that the more than 25 years that I have spent in helping to raie funds for Jews overseas has been more than justified. The conviction grew moment h> moment when we talked to people in Israel and when we saw the agencies in operation which we support—when we saw people who were coming in. and watched the expres.Monon their faces. To know thj*. one habeen a part of securing freedom for two and a quarter million Jews is cause for self re-pect and increased persona! dignity. Simchos Torah Although we rode the length and breadth of the land land the breadth i= not very large* and •hough almost every incident -'andout in full relief, there can be nothing more memorable than attending a Simchas Torah celebration in Citj Square in Tei Aviv. While speakers appeared on a platform in the center of the square, on the outskirts of the -rounds, groups of youngsters and adults joined in singing and dancing the Hora. and as fast as one group exhausted itself, anotber croup sprang up. Children walked the streets freely, singing the -ongs of the new IsreaL At the sidewalk cafe across from City Square, a woman -at with her concentration camp number tattooed on her arm. keeping time to the music while she drank coffee leisurely with her husband and two children. Here, one is immediately marked .ia tourist if he orders more than one cup of coffee, no matter how long he sits. Freedom is Sweet In Giryat Gat. on our visit to irgesl wool spinning factory in Israel, the Rumanian gate keep< r greeted ui like long lost friends He habeen in Israel five years and life U sweet now because is freedom. 1h' Argentinian switchboard operator told me of the joy she DOG RACING EVERY NIGHT SUNDAY HO MINORS ThUimq rYlNDOUBlE Admission 50c RES. CALL 754-3484 SMART CORAL TIRRACI RESTAURANT Social welfare needs of the State of Israel are discussed by Arthur S. Rosichan (right), executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and Dr. Y. Kurtz (left), Deputy Minister of Welfare of the State of Israel, at a meeting in Jerusalem. \ • Tht Jttvish Fl id Arthur S. Rotichan executive dm,-or >j rlu Greater Miami Jewish Federation were i -.. lit pate die naugural El Al Ur^e'. Airline) flight from Tel A>iv i S I• %  i .. in i wee\i \%o. Tht jeu-.-h Flondian %  %  M Rosichan to offer hi | Herewith. i Israel. In a concluding article nexi iper*, Mr luciU-i what lh duo ob %  En Both Mr t and Mr. R ; .'-. the way. and her husband are having as a part of a growing country where there is no menace of antiSemitism. A Polish Jewish woman who was dusting the office showed me her Auschwitz number. She had been repatriated to Poland but came to Israel because there were too many memories of her decimated family in Lodz. In speaking to her, one forgot that -he was a short, squat, dumpy little woman, but noticed rather the happy expression on her face as she told us that she works, her husband works, her children are in school—and life is pleasant, because there is freedom here. Her children will be free. A hand.xome young Moroccan handiman has been in Israel seven years and has seven children. He says that life is much different than it was in Morocco. He has a nice apartment. His children do not have to support him; and there is no Arab threat hanging over his head. He likes hijob, and he says that all of the Moroccans should come to Israel SO that they will not have to live in the shadow of fear. Kiryat Gat Growth Dov Amitai, an English en^ineer, who is regional planning director in the Kiryat Gat district, took time out from conducting a group of South Americanthnugh the community to marvel with us at the town of 18.000 halfway from Tel Aviv to Beerrheba, which had grown up in eight years. His eyes glowed BS he spoke of the wonderful citizens the new immigrants made. He pointed with pride to the fact that outside of himself, and possibly 10 other residents of the community, practically all of the residents have come to Israel within the last ten years time. How long did he expect to remain" v long ;ithere was work to be done anil people to i e helped. During his evenings, • I hiH : fe act aleaders oi youth groups. Twelve years ago, I was in Beersheba—a desert outpost of land with 3.000 people. Today, it is a city of 75,000, with a 500bed hospital and all the ameniUet of civilization. This is a city that has been cent immigrants. built by re Paradise for Women In Eilat. Israel's newest port. I swam in the Red Sea and talked to the young pioneers of Israel who have come to carve a city so that Israel's trade routes may remain open. There are very few people here over 35 and the average age of the young couples is around 30. Almost every day. a new baby is born in the little maternity hospital here. This is a paradise too for young women because there are 900 single men living there and only 25 single women. Different World Across the Red Sea lies Jor-, dan and west, a little further' down i s Egypt. But nowhere is there fear. Only hope and opti! mi.sm. In the new port city of %  A-hdod. which six years ago was' a sand dune on the Mediterranean, almost 15.000 people, most, of them newcomers, live and work. We talked to five young men from North Africa, two from Al geria. two from Tunisia, and one from Morocco—all of whom had come down to the shopping plaza to walk around, smoke a cigAttend services t/tis weed atxjour own place worship BRIL LIANT N y. TIMES na vo iw.1 so MIAMI -.. s i\ fe ICOUS AVI 14.11 COAI AY JJJ* -Open t:45-ILOpen7:30SflBflNuONE When the occasion arises, phone HI 8-4994 arette. and visit with friends. This is a different world, they said, because freedom is in the air. and their children will have the opportunity to go to school and be educated. They, of course, had to give up their education in the countries of their youth in orcV to go to work to Mipport their parent-. Everywhere one sees new settlement proudly carrying the banner of the United Jewish Appeal, because it was the UJA which brought the people there, helped them find housing, and cave them a new chance for life. One of the phenomena of the State of Israel is that they welcome all immigrants, regardless of age, handicaps, or physical condition. Blooms in the Desert At Pardess Hanna. the chroni cally ill aged live in dignified life. They all work. This sysTwelve years ago. the irom Tel Aviv to Beersheba wa,~ mostly desert. Today, the Jews have made the de-ert bloom, and when the new water system is in full operatior.. as it will be shortly, a major portio-. of Israel's lsnd area will be fertilized and made arable. We gazed in amazemerv at the major pumping -tation of Mekerot. the Israel water system. A major engineering feat in any country, a device takes tie water from Lake Tiberias, raises it 1.080 feet to the top of the mountain, mixes it with fresh water and sends the water more than 80 miles to help make the deert bloom The engireer in charge (a dedicated man who works 16 to 18 hours a day) revived his Yiddish which he hadn't spoken for 25 years, just to explain to us how this engireering miracle was performed. We saw the immigrants arrive at Tel Aviv by plane and bend down to kiss the ground—to be Continued on Following Pao* the smartest three words you can say about a function: at DOM, on the ocean at miami beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed wedding*, luncheons, buaineea meetings... ranging from 10 to 1000. or in a miami country club setting Spaciousness it the) keynote of your affair amidst the plushnew of the Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banqueta arc enhanced by the country club atmosphere of this reeort-eetate. 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Page 10-B • Jmlslt fkrkflan Friday. October 23, 1964 Israelis Bear Heavier Burden Than We, Defense Minister Tells CJAppeal Group Sharing honors as spokesman for the UJA Goodwill Mission here with Asher Ben-Natan is Melvin Dubinsky. St. Louis communal leader and national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. Combined Jewish Appeal leaders welcomed the duo at Westview Country Club. Left to right are A. J. Molasky, Ben-Natan, Dubinsky, M. Gillyreifer, Ben Novack and Carl Weinkle. Young leaders of Greater Miami Jewish Federation and Combined Jewish Appeal meet with Director General of the Ministry of Defense Asher Ben-Natan for lunch at the Standard Club. Co-hosts for the occasion were (left to right) Marshall S. Harris, Daniel Neal Heller, Ben-Natan, Sam Luby Jr., and Presidents Leadership Award winner Norton Pallot. Cantor Bender At Cohen Synagogue "For every dollar received by the State of Israel for housing and immigration needs, the people .of Israel themselves are taxed -:>."' Ashe Ben-Natan. director general of the Ministry of Delense. State of Israel, told a Combined Jewish Appeal audience at the Westview Country Club last week. Each citizen, in addition to meeting his own needs, contributes seven per cent of his income for a compulsory loan to help settle and absorb the 60.000 \y 65.000 immigrants who have come to the State of Israel in this record number for the past three years, he stated. "Our problem of housing, of education and vocational training, as well at those of food supply, social welfare and medical needs, are such that we are under a constant burden to provide these vitally-needed services, the cost of which is more than the money raised through voluntary means and through taxation," Ben-Natan stated. In discussing Israel's defense. be pointed out that Israel has always been surrounded by enemies on every border. "While we do not seek to provoke the enemy, cur policy must be one of deterrents, and for that reason we are ever alert. We are proud of the defensive strength of Israel's reserve forces," he said. Stanley C. Myers introduced Ben-Natan nnd UJA National Chairman Melvin Dubinsky. both of whom made brief reports to the community, which were followed by question and answer sessions. Dubinsky. who explained that the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal have brought over 1,150,000 people to the State of Israel since 1928, said that the UJA Goodwill Mission "is in essence a tee to help resettle Jewish Families and rebuild new lives in 26. countries throughout the world, w 'The free dollars contributed by Jewry throughout the world must stockholder's report" and that the continue to flow as they Liave," leaders of Combined Jewish Ap-, Dubinsky said. "You have helppeal present "are the recipients ed to provide $1,500,000 IT Jree of the dividends." "We have undertaken this coast-to-coast Goodwill Mission to relate the latest facts of Ate growth and development of the State of Israel, and to express our appreciation to the leaders of each community who have helped to make it possible," Dubinsky said. dollars to the UJA and its agencies in 15 years, a record unmatched in the history ot voluntary philanthrophy. "I am proud to deliver thb report to you, and I know that you share with me the vital importance of the continued Wow of these dollars," he stated. "The dividends we have receivHe announced that so far this ed. and will continue to receive, year over $60,000,000 has been ] are such that the stockholder canmade available to the United Jewj not measure in dollars alone, ish Appeal and its agencies They are dividends that can only through voluntary philanthropy,' be measured by the size and scope two-thirds of which will go for of our humanitarian undertakthe programs he had outlined in ings and by the millions of lives the State of Israel. One-third will j we have helped to serve through go to Joint Distribution Commit-'UJA and its agencies."' %  ^ T~ > DADFAAN0 SHOPPING CJNTW OPEN EVW DAY Mis. On Friday ni^ht and Saturday morning this weekend. Cantor Carl Binder will officiate at Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue. Cantor Bender was born in Hungary, received his cantorial training there, and graduated from the Budapest Conservatory of Music. He continued his studies under Ernesto Temple, of the Vienna Conservatory of Music, as a recipient of a United Nations scholarship When Hungary fell under Naxi control. Cantor Bender was conscripted for enforced labor, working in Leningrad, Stalingrad and other cities in Russia and Poland. After the war, he returned to WK AT • FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on W K AT FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION • Programming MORE LIVE Concfirtsl WK AT FM CANTO* CAM BENDER Budapest, where he served as cantor. In 1956, when the Soviet Union seized Hungary, he fled to Vienna. Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader, will deliver a special sermon. Appel Founds Me Ami Grove On Israel Border Benjamin Appel has established a grove of trees in Me Ami, Israel, in honor of his late wife, Mrs. Ida Appel, and himself. Me Ami is a settlement on the Jordanian border, serving as a bulwark of security in one of the most militarily vulnerable spots in Israel. Appel has been treasurer of the Jewish National Fund for over 12 years. In additon, he recently established a garden of trees in the Jewish National Fund Baal Shem Tov Forest, located near Safed in! the northern part of Israel. Opposite Burdine's Coterers For Any Occasion ALL At BILL KATZ' Informal RESTAURANT LUNCH Overstuffed Sandwiches — Delicious Salads Shoppers Luncheons DINNER Extensive Menu Featurinq CHOICE CUT SIRLOIN STEAK $1.69 FIIET MIGN0N • SI.7? 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<&ti
ligious
S*
ervices
Jhis UJcckcnd
h,- ronm rral
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liy Rahhl Kipper and
Oneg Shabbat.
Ucudath
Orthodox.
ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Hiiiiiiiiiniii.i I
II
lHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Israel Kershner.
|ANSHE EMES. 2S33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. RabDi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
m-ldm -'f'<1 ;llrl s:,:' i'"1' Saturday !'
m liar Mltavah: David, son of Mr.
and' Mr* Harry Stone. Rabbi Carl
tfMn ,.f Beth Slmlom <'miKri-)catinn.
Rilmxiitun, Alberta, Can., will be
(iimii rabbi both days. Cantor Upaon
,viii be asatoted by the Beth David
choir.
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Fridiiv 5:30 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m.
Hei-ninn: "Vlalon "f Abraham." Mln-
,-ha *:15 p.m.
BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
BETH JACOB. 301-3'1 Washinoton
Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
Mamches.
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BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabhl Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
Smiunlay 8:43 a.m. Sermon: "i.i La
\ Make Snort." 4: m p.m. "The I
r Law." 5:10 p.m. "Uiuraln-
I ter."
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
10 W. Dittie Hwy. Conservative.
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre-
tai y.
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BETH TFILAH. 93r> Euclid Ave Or-
IOX. Rabbi Joseph E. R.ickovsky.
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BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
:z. C.intoi- Ben-Zion Kirschen-
im.
ind R:13 |i m Si 11
tl I'nlted Na-
II
. .,ii.: Mi Jerome Sch
i m. Har Vlll > ih:
....i nl Mr. ..ml Mrs. VI II
and Mi--, Sol Klfen-
r- i RAPHAEL. 1401 NW UWrd St.
. tive. Rabbi Harold Richter.
'.or Jack Lerner.
mnn: Wnv l<*
- idy." Si udi m- of Hebrew
- Iioola and thi n
in Consecration -
<-.
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FLAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
P' Conservative. Rnbbi David Ros- '
enfrid Cantor George Goldberg.
i j p.m. I'nited Fund Sab-
i! Sli.ilibat hosted by Mr. and
hi Kilakoff in honor of
er Uaril) n's ddinK In
\ \ Saturday H 30 a.m. Ser-
mon: I'ortion of the Week." Mlncha
in.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross
l"i ii,i\ 5:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. and
:.!.- p.m.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson at. Conservative. Rabbi
D.ivid Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.

HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th ,
St.. Homestead. Conservative. Can-
tor Pincus Aloof.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
10 an i '.." p.m. Sermon:
ll A 'll of 1>.
OtW ShaMnit hosted by Mr
M'rai M;i\ narxhax In honor of,
"ih wid In' -.ii Mr.
- i rean irer ol Israi lite < n
I in. -nl. ,- of M i friendly I
i lull. Saturday 8:15 n m. -
The Mi'i.i Epochal Sentence In
Dll.l.
y*
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
17 Heshvan 5:26 p.m.
......imiuumoiiiuin'i" i .,.,
S'atnr-
"Promlses and Pnlflliments.'
day a.m. Mlncha 5:30 p.in
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
/ nuns.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday 5:30 and 8:13 p.m. Sermon:
"The Debate In Rome and the Van-
ishing Jew." Saturdas 8:45 a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Humble Betrinnlnsa of r
Qreal I'eople." Mlncha 5:30 p.m.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
FYIda> 7: i p.m. Those with birthdays
in August, S< ptember and ii olier
"ill in calii l to the pulpit for a hli --
Ml an I Mr.--. David S. Block
thi in -: Shabbat In i.......t
of his bl
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th st. Reconstructions. Rabbi
Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
j i' in. Hei mun "Are Cm i
flood for the Jewish People?" Batur-
daj 10:30 a in. Sermon: "Rebels with
n Cause." Oct.....i birthday children
will lir blessed at the altar.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steinur.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Prlduj 8.15 p.m. United Fund and
l niiiil Nations Sabbath. Sermon:
"The Visit." Saturday 10:45 a.m. Bar
Mitsvah: Murray Alan, son of Mr.
and .Mrs. Aiuani Baker; Steven Ira.
son of Mr. and .Mrs. Marvin Jacker.
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
ander Cohen.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
Friday s:|ii p.m. Sermon: "Which is
Kind.. To be Brutally Frank or
to Till a White Me." Saturday 8:30
a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Robert, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Kane.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
frldaj 5:45 p.m. haturday :i a.m, Ser-
mon: "Advice to the Vounir." Hen. E.
A. Evans, president of i'nited l-'iiml,
will extend K'vetlnns in honor of UK
Sabbath. Bar Milzvah: Peter, son uf
Mr. and Mrs. Kmil Morton.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
I i Ida> S:13 p.in. Si rnion: "II -1,.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 73th St. j
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein,
frldny 6 p.m. Saturday : a.m. s<-r-
"i m: "I'ortion ..r the Law." Bar Mltt-
vah: Stuart, son "i Mr. and Mrs.
l.i w is Jacobsnn
TEMPLE NER TMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi- '
tional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Peace
Politics for Policies." Saturday 8:45
a.m.
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TEMPLE SINA! OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
Friday 8:1.1 p.m. Sermon: "Twenty
Cents for Civilization, Eighty Cents
for Devastation."
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dickson.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Israeli
Army." Saturday B:48 a.m. Siiiium:
"The Three Angela."
Palmer
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TEMPLE JUDEA. ??0 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rnbbi Morris Kip-
per.
Friday 8:13 p.m. New members will
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
Friday S:3fl p.m. Sermon: "Wider
Hoi /.'ii-.." Ones. Shabbal hosted by
Mi -. Rose Boi kl in honor of ki nnd-
- in Steven Joel Susaneck. Snturda>
!l a.in. Sei inon : "I 'orl Ii ii of Ihe VVi ek
.: Itzvali Steven Joi I, on of Mr.
md Mi s. Burl Sut mi ek.
YOUNG ISI AtL. 9'.'0 NE 171st St
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
: riM.i\ it p.in i-'aturdnj D a.m.
inon: "Ti ri ii ii Ihe N Ikht."
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strasafeld.
MINVONAIR6S CONGREGATION.
373t Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
OHEV SHALOM. 811 Normandy Dr.
Orttodox. Rabbi lhineas Weber-
m*f
BOUWWMT CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St..Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wa|i.
FiidiU- 5:80 and B:18 p.m. Scrimm:
By DR. JCSEfH R. NAROT
Temple Israel of Getater Miami
Recently, Sen. Hubert Hum-
phrey, in one of his cami
Ik's quoted from the Book
c i Deuteronomy. Referring to
the choice which the American
people must soon make in the
national election, the Senatoi
reminded us of the Biblical pas-
sage: "Behold 1 have set before
you life and death, good ana
evil, blessing and curse. Choose,
therefore, life that ye may live.'
This is, of course, a familiar
scriptural sentence to Judaism
and Jews, not only on Yom Kip-
pur but always. It sums up thi
ancient and unending faith which
we have had in man's freedom
to choose, to shape his destiny.
And it captures in a single
thought the strong conviction on
our part that every man must,
finally, be held accountable and
responsible for his lile and deeds.
Now. it cannot be that either
Judaism or we Jews are oblivious
to the sad facts of life that out-
freedom is often seriously lim-
ited. Fate, like greatness, is of-
ten thrust upon us. Circum-
stance- at birth, unforeseen ac-
cident, natural calamities, and
great human disasters such as
and persecution certainly
curtail, if they do not entirely
destroy, ihe freedom of count-
less numbers.
I once asked Df, Leo Baeck.
the renowned Jewish leader of
pre-Hitier Germany, how we can
reconcile our faith in freedom
with the realities life often im-
poses upon us. He was a good
man to ask. Hitler had placed
Dr Baeck in a concentration
camp and had tied him to a re-
fuse cart which he had to haul
about the prison yard. But Dr.
Baeck chose to discuss philoso-
phy and theology with a com-
panion, instead of succumbing
to the indescribable degradation
the Nazis had inflicted upon
'It is true," said Rabbi Baeck.
The answer, I believe, lies in
each individual human heart and
life. Books can not resolve the
dilemma. Literature can not do
away with the conflict. Philoso-
phy and psychology can not erase
the problem, it remains for
each of us to -ay how free he
can be, how much he is able to
choose between good and evil.
Sen. Humphrey was right, but
in a much larger sense than per-
haps he had in mind. In the
context of all our problems and
concerns, we must go on believ-
ing that good and evil, life and
death, blessing and curse are set
before us and that we must
choose life.
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SAMUEL FEINBERG, 1 p.m.
Rabbi Mavcr Abramounti
ISRAEL MELLER, 1:30 p.m.
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freedom of choice
"that life often limits or affects
our ability to choose, but il -till
leaves us with the will to
choose."
I have often thought of this
entire problem and of the sage's
words. It is a universal ques-
tion. It is an agonizing question.
The historic Jewish doctrine
that all is in the hands of heav-
en save the fear of heaven,"
said Dr. Solomon Schechter, "is
not without its difficulties."
Indeed not. Who shall say
that a child born into a slum
has the same chances in life as
he who is born into a comfort-
able home? And yet we know
that some have risen above
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it is his professional prerogative.
Not even a feaiure writer for Mi-
ami's morning daily can hope
always and forever to have the
answer to everything. What mili-
tary jften, outside of our city's
extensive corps of Cuban gener-
als, will be less than guarded?
If the reporter had only been in-
terested in Mr. Dubinsky's visit
as well, another story might have
emerged-thc story of the UJA s
newest and most exciting horizon
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which American Jews must help
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Rutstein Slated
At Emanu-EI
Forty-Niners of Temple Emanu-
EI will hold its regular monthly
meeting on Monday, 7:30 p.m., in
Sirkin Hall Irving Schatzman,
president, announced.
Leo Rutstein, director, South-
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Page 12-B ^Jewis/i ncrkttan Friday. October 23, 1964 Ceoch Maps United! Fund Campaign Miami Beach D.vision of the 1 .lited Fund campaign met at a leadership meeting under the is of Simon Rubin, chairman. presented on ptana a the B< ach | immis mei Alex Miami Beach Flcgier-Granada Youth Club all, volleyball, ping-pong. tflel ard and baseball were tured on Spoils Night*' last day, when the Fun for Teens i). newly-organized youth activity group, met at Flagler-C.ranala Jewish Center. Boys and girk 13 years of age id over arc eligible to participate. The group meets bi-monthly unthe leadership of Merwyn Lo\ in, also Councilman Bob Tvrc.hin. agreed tli t Miami Beach has always contributed generously by way of lux dollars to Dade County and is again 'Ssyyeuig to accept a fab e of the United Fund goal." Minimum goal for Dad* County is $3,256000. The Beach has set as its goal $325,600, repreF-:ntin9 !G percent of the county's goal. Maurice Unger, head of Genal Business Solicitation on Lincoln Rd.. and Adrian Thai, assistiiit chairman, said that "the response should be excellent because business on Miami Beach is >etter than ever." Dade County General Chairman is Sidney Ansin. who said that although the S3.256.000 goal for 196465 has already been set, a more realistic $4,150,000 is in fact needed to care tor the local 30 Unjted public school teacher, who i Fund agencies functioning here, teaches Hebrew at Flagler-1 The United Fund campaign will Granada Jewish Center. end before Thanksgiving day. Discussing Miami Beach United Fund campaign are (left to right) Simon Rubin, Sidney Ansin. Jack Costello, Charles Kossove, Commissioner Alex Gor Turchin and Maurice don, Councilman Unger. Bob PI By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Hebrew Scholar Sees No Future for Yiddish After the entombment of the silvery, silent elevator, a short walk down the | carpet muffled hallway yields a door with a sign clearly stating thai this is the apartment of: Isaac Unterman, PhD. Author. Dr. Unterman. his forehead deep and surprisingly uncreased. his mustache crisp, proves to be as candid as his sign. Recently returned iiom a trip to Israel, the eminent scholar said: "Yiddish is dead in Israel and in the I'nited States. In Israel there is a small group of radicals, elderly people who are trying to revive Yiddish. They have no knowledge of the Talmud or the Bible, and they will get nowhere. Besides I have no use for radicals. There is enough social justice in OUT Bible. Jews don't have to be radicals." The Philosopher Isaac Unterman is a philosopher, Talmudic scholar, jurist and ordained rabbi. He is the author of thirty-six volumes on Judaism. Seventeen of his works %  were written in Yiddish, eight in Hebrew. "My books are guides for rabbis, teachers and scholars," he said. "I have interspersed original thought with interpretation This Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors^gx Firms of prestige in the business ud civic life of your cornmunitr. FIRMS INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP, PHASE CALL HI 8-4994 man also grades the examination given by the Bureau of Jewish Education for licensing of Hebrew teachers. "I work despite my doctor's orders." he said. "I live because I find pleasure in my work, in my life." Being a Jew and living a Jewish life is Isaac Unterman's allconsuming concern. He is opposed to tampering with Jewish tradition. "When you deviate and permit changes, there is no telling where it will stop." he said sadlyHe would see the synagogue in DR. ISAA1 UNTERMAN Still a lew and commentary on the Mishna, Talmud, prophets and Jewish holidays." Naturally, it was hard for him to predict the death of the Yiddish language and literature. "There is no future for Yiddish anywhere," he said. "Israel cannot afford to be bi-lingual. And who lives with Yiddish in the United States?" Pleasure in Work Dr. Unterman speaks with the realism of the poet. Behind his burning blue eyes is a whole college of contemplation; while the spare body seems to strain for action. Into his seventies, with his doctor's orders to retire stinging in his ears, he plans yet more books. He intends to tell the story of the sages of the Talmud, their attitudes and contributions. He also plans a onevolume encyclopedia on Judaism which will delineate its evolvement and traditions. Dr. UnterTrue Sisters In Card Party First social event of the season for United Order of True Sisters Miami 43 will be a Halloween card party on Saturday, Oct. 31, at 7 p.m. To be held at the Washington Federal Auditorium, 699 NE 167th St., refreshments will be served at the fund-raising affair. Chairman is Mrs. Fred Fuller. Mrs. Morris Weinberg is president. Pofio luncheon Tuesday B'nai B'rith Women of Miami is holding a patio luncheon and card party at the home of its president, Mrs. Arthur K. Anderson, 121 Zamora Ave., on Tuesday noon. Mrs. William gagman is chairman. America become a center of learning, a place for a genuine religious experience instead of a forum for forensically-oriented rabbis with round tones and social conscience. He longs to see a congregation drawn to the synagogue out of need for religious contemplation rather than obeisance to custom and tashion. SHU a Jew Dr. I'nterman's early years were spent in the Talmudic and Rabbinic Academies of Wolozhin and Slobodka, where he studied with his cousin, who is now the Chief Rabbi of Israel. Upon his arrival in New York, over half a century ago. he embarked on a career in journalism. His first position vv.s with the organ for the Zionist Organization of America. While teaching Hebrew, he enrolled in the law school of the University of Chicago and then went on to medical school. For over twenty years, he was editor of the Jewish Daily World in Philadelphia. He has survived the newspaper and his rebellious nature, and tenaciously he clings to pure Judaism. High above Biscayne Bay, in a sleek apartment building, sursounded by compromise and style, Isaac Unterman pursues the core of Judaism and rages: "If there were no Jens left in the world, if I were all alone. I would still be a Jew." 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO 6A.M. 'H11 A.M. ,,



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Friday. October 23, 1964 fJenisfi ttcrSdHair Page 13-A Weli '9 IOHS & ervices J his (A/eekend CUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. HAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION "85 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Israel Kershner. INSHB EMES. 2633 SW 19th Ave. Conservative. ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Cons.rvative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. ,,,,,. %  ,:• %  :ini 8:15 p.m. Saturday %  > „ i-..,v Mltxrali: David, son <>r Mr. %  s. Harry Stone. Rabbi Carl i,. ; „ % %  ( Keth Sholom Congregation, i„n, Alberta, Can., will lulu,.' rabbi both ila>*. Cantor UIMUIII l-i'i in tnalati 'I by the Hitli David I bETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. 5:3o )i.in. Saturday 8:30 a.m. "Vision of Abraham." MlnL r. p.m. a |ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein. • IETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice M.imches. • JF TH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rahhi Mi Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. i.iv ^: 4.". a.m. Sei mon: 'I.. Conservative. — e TH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave. iox. Ralph Krieger, secre• % %  • -H TFILAH. 93"> Euclid Ave Or%  Rabbi Joseph E. H.ic'KOvsky • IETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th five. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip•z. Cantor Ben-Zion KirschenI nd 8:1 |i m Si I Has Mlii leu y ind M kl II Klfenf! I for the l.wi-li People?" BaturI das 10:30 a.m. Ser n: "Rebel* with i i ails.." Octiibel birthday children i ll iniiii-.-v,.,i ;n !)„• altar. y CANDLEUGHTING TIME 17 Heshvan — 5:26 p.m. IIIH.'" IIUIIII "I'niniiscs and Pnlfllimenta." Saturday 9 a.m. Mlni'ha 5:30 p.m. • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 64S Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah/ mias. • TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Mortjn Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steiru-r. • -— TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronith. Cantor David Conviser. I'Yiilay B.15 p.m. I'niti'il I und anil I'nited Nations Sabbath. Sermon: 'TinVlalt." Salnrilav 10:45 a.m. Bar Afltivah: Murray Alan. fton of Mr. mil Mrs. Aluani Baiter; Steven Ira. -son of Mr. anil Mrs. Marvin Jacket*. • TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alexander Cohen. Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 168O0 NW Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 5:30 and 8:13 p.m. bermnn: "The liebate in Rome and the Vanishing Jew." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "The Humble Beginning* of %  Great I'eoplo." Mlneha 5:20 p.m. • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baamgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. • TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. I'Yiiiax 7:45 p.m. Those uiili birthdays in Auiruat, September and ti tober will I., i all l i i ilup ilpll for n i.l-sMi .ni Mrs. I' ivld S. llliH-k iil ho I the %  'ii -Shabbal HI honor li TEMPLE BETH SH RAH. 7500 SW 120th St. R.;onstructionist. Rabbi Moms Skoi). Cantor Herman Gottlieb. |. in. s.-i mon "An Cu 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. FTiday s:'in p.m. Sermon: "Which is Kindtr — To be Brutally Frank or to Till a White Ue." Saturday i'::i" a.m. Bar Mltivah: Robert, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Herman Kane. be consecrated by Rabbi Kipper and | honored .it an Ones Shabbat. — • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 79th St Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. I'Yiiiay i; p.m. Saturday i* a.m. Ber, mon: "Portion of the Law." Bar Mltrvah: Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. la w is Jacobaon TEMPLE NER I'M MID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. • TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Nieo Feldman. Frfilay *:i!o p.m. S-rinon: "Peace — Politics for Policies." Saturday 8:45 a.m. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale l-YMay 8:13 p.m. Salmon: "Twontj Cants for Civilisation, Blghty Osnts for 1 i-vastation." • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative. • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. l-ii'lay s:i.", p.m. Sermon: "The Israeli Army." Salunluy 8:49 a.m. Sermon: "The Tin— Angels." PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish Monument • eilderi" LEADERS IN SERVICE, QUALITY AND VALUE! TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. Fri'lnv 5:45 p.m. Saturday '.' a.m. Ser' • II "Advice to the Voung." ISen. K. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami A. ICvans, presidcnl of I'nited Fund, Ave. Consei vative. Rabbi Henry will -.\:i il .;: etlnga |n honor of I'K; Wemick. Sabhnth. liar Milivah: Peter, son of I Friday S-.3H p.m. Sermon: "Wldei Mi. and Mrs. Km 11 Morton. Horisonx." 4 Shabbal hosted by m Mis. Itosi llorklii in honor of grandScheckiled Un veiling* SUNDAY, OCT. 25, 1964 Hit. Sinai Cemetery BELLA ELGISON, 2 p.m. Rabbi Zevi Crecnwald Ml. Nebo Cemetery SAMUEL FEINBERG, 1 p.m. Rabbi Mayer Abramounti ISRAEL MELLER, 1:30 p.m. Rabbi Max Ltpscnttt TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. I i -la v r. p.m. Hi .I I i -ii-t *.i i Sod." • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. Knil,i> 8:15 p.m. New members will i. Steven .l"> I Susancck. Snttirda> '' n in. Sel it: "Portl Week • even Joel, son of Mr lid Ml'i ;n< it. YOUNG ISHAfcL. 900 rJE 171st St Orthodox. Rabbi Shei win Stauber. 'riiia> ; i' .a s'aliii'da> %  a, mon: "Tel lui in Lite N .-lit." i We Must Make the Choice of Life SEE WHAT YOU BUY! DO NOT BUY FROM MAIL ORDER FIRMS AND BE SORRY! Guy Direct horn the manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. I' •• I RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 1P"i-rl St. v.itivr. Rabbi Harold Richter. Jack Lerncr. I %  %  % %  Ill" of Hi brew In ,i. pai lli ii. ite in I 'oiiHccration : Ii --I ^LAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51t PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros; enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. rida> R:I5 p.m. I'nited Fund Sala i Ii. i i S habba l hosted b> Mr. ami II s. llyinan Jlilakofr in honor of L4fc-ai!ililaiu:hfr Marilyn's weddlnK in I K', ... York. Saturdas v ; a.m Ser^ftion: "I'ortlon "i" the Week." Mlncha *T. LAUDERDALt EMANU-EL. 1801 I E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi I Richard M. Leviton. JiEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree I dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. 1 Gross %  J"i l.i. %  'p.m. Salittilay '.i a.m. and %  :l.". MtOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SiNAl, 1201 f Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi I David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah I Hailbraun. — a KlOWESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th I St., Hdmsataad, Conservative. Cantor Pincus Aloof. SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swlraky. Cantor Louis Cohen in, Sermon: i \ %  • %  Inn of i ii-p %  I. Oil-vr Shabnai hosted by Mr. i %  Mrsri Max i • n 1 I .,.-•!, ,. %  i| line ..'i sin %  • Mi • nusurer o ,i and i-sidenl r-)ub %  i 15 n. Peril he Bil IACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOQLE. 1532 Wahinnton Ave. p.in. Satunla.v • '" %  in S. imoii: "The TdslliiK of Palth." Mlncha B15 p.m. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield Cantor Abraham Seif. MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strssafeld. -^—— a MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION. 373T Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. >HE5, Irthoclox. Rabbi Phir T OHEV SHALOM. B11 Normandy Dr Orttodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber60U*HWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St.*Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwapa. ll-MiliM 5:30 anil S:l,i I'.m. Sermon: By DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT Temple Israel of Gerater iviiami Recently, Sen. Hubert Humphrey, in "iic of Incampaign speeches quoted from the Honk ol Deuteronomy. Referring to the choice which the American people must soon make in the national election, the SenatOl reminded us of the Biblical pas-i e: "Behold 1 have set before yon life and death, good ana evil, blessing and curse. Choose, therefore, life that ye may live."" This is, of course, a familial scriptural sentence to Judaism and Jews, not only on Yom Kippur but always. It sums up tht ancient and unending faith which we have had in man's freedom to choose, to shape his destiny. And it captures in a single thought the strong conviction on our part that every man must, finally, be held accountable and r. p insible for his lite and deeds. Nov.. it cannot be that either Judaism or we Jews arc oblivious to the sad facts of life that our freedom is often seriously limited. Fate, like greatness, is often thrust upon us. Circumstances at birth, unforeseen accident, natural calamities, and real human disasters such as war and persecution certainly curtail, it they do not entirely destroy, the freedom of countless numbers, 1 once asked Dr. Leo Baeck. the renowned Jewish leader of pre-Hitier Germany, how we can reconcile our faith in freedom with the realities life often imposes upon us. He was a good man to ask. Hitler had placed Dr. Baeck in a concentration camp and had tied him to a refuse cart which he had to haul about the prison yard. But Dr., Baeck chose to discuss philosophy and theology with a com-i panion, instead of succumbing to the indescribable degradation the Nazis had inflicted upon him. "It is true," said Rabbi Baeck. The answer, I believe, lies in each lual human heart and life. Books can not resolve the nma. Literature can not do away with the conflict. Philosophy and psychology can not erasi the problem. U remains for each of us to ray how free he can be, how much he is able to choose between good and evil. Sen. Humphrey was right, but in a much larger sense than perhaps he had in mind. In the context of all our problems and concerns, we must go on believing that good and evil, life and death, blessing and curse are set before us and that we must choose life. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Mirini's 0n\y Jewish Monument Buildert 3279 S.W. 8lh Street Hi 4-0921 Phonst HI 4-092* [RING THE WEEK... US I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A I passe with the 13 Arab states," lit is his professional prerogative. [Not even a feature writer for MiIami's morning daily can hope :ilways and forever to have the answer to everything. What militarymen. outside of our city's Extensive corps of Cuban gener"als, %  will be less than guarded? If the reporter had only been interested in Mr. Dubinsky's visit as well, another story might have emerged—the story of the UJA's newest and most exciting horizon in Israel today: the young republic's urgent educational needs which American Jews must help meet. But after all, what's conspiratorial in that? It's far more exciting to suggest illicit intrigue DR. JOitfH R. NAROT freedom of choice •that life often limits or affects our ability to choose, but it -till leaves us with the will to choose." 1 have often thought of this entire problem and of the Bage's words, it is a universal question. It is an agonizing question. •The historic Jewish doctrine that all is in the hands of heaven save the fear of heaven," said Dr. Solomon Schechter, "is not without its difficulties." Indeed not. Who shall say thai B child born into a slum has the same chances in life as he who is born into a comfortable home? And yet we know that some have risen above slums, above hate, above every possible and impossible burden of environment, of fate, of cir^ cumstance. Rutstein Slated At Emanu-EI Forty-Niners of Temple EmanuEI will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, 7:30 p.m., in Sirkin Hall Irving Schatzman, president, announced. Leo Rutstein, director, Southern Region of the American Technion Society, will speak on "A Trip to Israel." A social hour will follow. Emanuel Gordon Harry Gordon 1877-1946 1903-1964 A Good "H.amc Is Mure To Be Treasured Than Great Riches. GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami Ph. 373-5533 IKE GORDON JAMES B. GORDON LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARR AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS BRONZE YAHRZEIT TABLETS & NAMEPLATES r> Hotel lobby Announcement Boards i %  I BASS BULLETIN BOARD < & DIRECTORY CO.

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October 23. 1964 +J€*ist McrSdli'din Page 3-A ?,%* %  .,: % % % %  I ^ Temple Israel Town Hall Forum Series To be Launched With Quentin Reynolds Town Hall Forum of Temple Is-.mingham, he is considered one o rael of Greater Miami will be the top experts on Communism launched on its third season by a nd will take "A New Look at the world-famous correspondent and author, Quentin Reynolds, on Tuesday evening at 8:30 p.m. This year's series is designed to bring leading figures in the Held of communications to Miami with Soviet Challenge" (or Forum so scribers. Single lecture tickets will be made available again this year il there is room. A reception t-> (irink coffee with the Temple are Mrs. Samuel Sack, Harry Feldman. Simon Tptenbaum, Mrs. Abraham Mason, Mayshie Friedberg, Morris Minov, Mrs. Wolfe Shklair. Absent are Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Dr. Irving Lehrman, Johan L. Bermun, William Bornstein, Mrs. Jacob Davis, Benjamin Appel, Mrs. Nathan Bookspan, Ezra Finegold, Max Hecht, Peter F. Heller, Miss Lillian Goodman, Joshua o. Z. Stadlan, Isaac Donen, Mrs. Robert Garber, Cteater Miami, Sam Schachno, Julius RosenAbraham Grossman, Samuel Kopkind, Isidore hein and Ben Silver. Standing (left to right) Rifkin, Meyer Siegel and Morris Yudewitz. :rr.mittee meets to plan the Jewish National and John Fitzgerald Kennedy Peace Award linner on Dec. 6. Seated (left of table) are cob Fishman, Bernard Katz, Harry Rosen, Iis. Miriam Press, Bernard Silver, Mrs. Louis i.tig, Abraham Fraidlin, and Max AffachinSeated (right of table) are Sam Kaqan, flrs. Eva Blum. Abraham Grunhut, Zev W. ogan, Leon J. Ell, president of the JNF of i distinguished guest is an addition.hough.-provoking lectures of top\ a %  ()f ^ eyem ical interest. Reynolds will be I followed by Pulitzer prize-winner. Harrison Salisbury, an editor of the New York Times, on Nov. 24. Emily Kimbrough, best-selling author of the lighter side, and Nor man Cousins, editor of the Saturday Review, will be heard the second half of the season, March and April. Temple Judea Bridge Games jaydon Burns, Gov. Bryant Co-Chair IPs Kennedy Peace Forest Function me <>l the most prominent fig.1. Gurney, .lames A. Haley, A. ,. in the political world, both Sydney Herlong Jr., u. il. Math,.MI state-wide, will attend tws, Rep. Claude Pepper, i%  *> [ John F. Kennedy Peace Award slkes. Slat;' Comptroller Raj E. i ii r on Dec. t> at the FontaineGreen, State Treasurer .1. Edwin Hotel. The dinner i< being Larson, Superintendent of Public %  ed by the Greater Miami li struct ion Thomas D. Bailey. AdAlthough he earned hi* fame as a war correspondent and broadcaster, beginning with the time he was expelled from Germany by Hitler because of his outspoken articles, Reynolds has continued a distinguished career as a commentator on modern life. "The Decline of Good Taste in America" will be hiv subject next Tuesday. ground where Bar Kochba waged his last ballant battle for Judea s freedom two-thousano years ago, the John F. Kennedy Peace For1 Recently named one of the top CM will rise within the green editors of the New Yoyk Times, confines of the American-Israel Salisbury von the Pulitzer Prize Freedom Forest, planted by the lor h>< reporting from Russia. AlJewish National Fund and dedithough m recent years he has coveted I., peace and the bonds of eved the American scene and has friendship that link the two na been involved in a libel Temple Judea. for the second year, is sponsoring duplicate in I bridge games at the Temple ever Monday evening at 8 p.m. Each fourth Monday is master point night. Winners this month include Mr-. Faye Heda. Mrs. Rose Lohr. Stan Crane, Mrs. Sylvia George. Mr and Mrs. David Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adler. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gelerntcr. Mrs. Caroline Shepard. and Mr. Pierce Rosenthai. Steve Jaeger, Mrs Annette Ba rett, Robert Lowenthal, Davi Hughes, Mel Boyd. Mrs. Alys Carter. Mrs. Sylvia George, Norman l.ogan. San Stark. Leu Ebstein, and MiPea Kogan. Refreshments arc served durin (ions. ( I! i ,, : i,;. strong ..nulcs on Bir-lthe evenini of the Jewish National 1 1 ,1. Ell, president of the 'iuntil, and Rabbi Mayer ramowitz, president of the Hel -t l-Vnion cl the .INF. -aid 1!' Fi irida Cm. Bryant and tiuvn> r nominee Haydon Burns have pptefl the roles of honorary coi 'men. pc rig with them will be U.S. ll.itors Spessard Holland and %  i ge Smathers, Hep. Dante B. ell, Sam M. Gibbons, Edward Jry Made To Oust Scientists Continued from Page 1-A jBo-ibility developed following Sic "latest urgent appeal" 1 by •rentier Eshkol in debate in Iscommodate those already clamor'fad's Parliament. The newspaper,'"'-: for tickets. Eso reported that Mr. Eshkol's Proceeds from the dinner will Iddress urging West Germany U to the John F.Kennedy Peace lot to aid Israel's enemies through Fort in Israel. On the hallowed he work of the scientists for the jut. nit Gen. Henry \V. McMillan. State Librarian Dorothy Dodd, State Representatives Dick Fincher and Richard A. Pettigrew, ; hief Judge of the Appellate Division Thomas 11. Harkdull Jr. Also Circuit Judges llarvie S. DuVal, Joe Eaton. .). Fritz Gordon, John J. Kdioe. Thomas E I ee Jr., Lucien Proby Jr., and Harold u. Spaet; Mayors Robert .-. Carr, Elton J. Gissendanner, Charles "Chuck'' Hall. Robert King High. Lee Howard. Kermit II. Lewin. Joseph H. Murphy; County Commissioners Alex S. Gordon. Harold A. Greene, Thomas D. O'Malley, Arthur H. Patton Jr.; Councilmen Marvin Engender, Hyman P. Galbut. Kenneth ilka and D. Lee Powell. The dinner has been moved to the East Ballroom of the Fonlainebleau Hotel in order to acS'asser regime, found a sympathetic response in the West German press. The Telegraph noted that the Lions Clubs Launch Drive Greater Miami Lions Clubs AssoIsraelis "have not heard clear de-' ciation has launched its annual rmnciation.s by the West German i door-to-door light bulb sale to fiC.overnment of the scientists' acnance local sight conservation tivities" and added that there work for the coming year. ,-was a "powerful Arab lobby in ; Members of 50 Lions clubs from West Germany, as well as a small I SoU f, Broward to Key West, under I but strong group of West German direction oi General Chairman firms which "for years has had Mel Carver, are taking part in I the ear of the federal governtnc -Light for Sight" drive which ment." BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI ML TIBOtt H. STERN 1532 Washington Ave., Miami Bch. JE 1-1969 534-0271 ends Oct. 24. •We hope to sell 80.000 boxes, i or 640.000 bulbs." said association president W. L. "Lem" Pennell. ••to enable us to support such activities as the Bascom Palmer Institute Eye Bank, the Florida Lions Eye Bank, purchase of sight aids ;ind others." Complete and Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & *4l*ir*t 3>M .-K'/l Pick ahouse...any houseNow is a good time to buy a home for your family and to get a comfortable home loan to fit your needs. Take advantage of this "buyer's market" by picking the home of your choice now. Then see us for the best home financing. "One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest" "*•%. OF AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE CO. 38 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY • ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First St. Telephone 373-8432 Dade Federal Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI • MIAMI, FLORIDA iljiNm • JOSEPH M. 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October 23, 1964 vjenUti flnrktirun Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE r COURT. 11th JUDICIAL IT, DAOE COUNTY, FLA. No. 64C 11433 FARIoN. riaintirr, A FARION fendant. J.Cfc BY PUBLICATION LEES'I'I: A FARIoN ^ Selkll'Avenue v.F-m ii %  .-!;. Man., Canada .•'nifii ii-I'IVIa copj ol youi %  ( \„ involve Complaint filii ? warmo LEGAL NUIICri von i'ii Plaintiff's attorney, A. NICHOLAS, Hi N.W. 12th origlna I beItaiml. Fla., and flip 1< of Hi'Court on or ember 24, 196-1. otherwise will be confessed by you. 11, -,,'...18 i!ii;i. I.KATHERMAX, Clerk C. M I.V.MAN, D.C. in 23, ::. 11 S, 13 ;iRCUIT COURT OF THE S'CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND /,DE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. f-iC 11282 • \ HOIHiA.N CAMPBELL, .., in' i-1' I il\|ITT Defendant U01ICE BY CAMI'BEI.I PUBLICATION ALB KMMETT CAMPBELL b'o Hoover Campbell Sell NIL %  ui i'd, Pennsj Ivanla til ARK HEREBY notified thai I ,.ini fol Divorce 1ms been igainal 5 ou, and s mi are hi reMIII ,-il I-. serve B copy "I" 5 OIII r to tlii 'omplalnl on the rnl i.rni LESTER ROO-. hone .. i % %  • % %  -IK 921 N.W. 1 111 > H, Miami, Hoi Ida, and file the ij nit the Answer In the office Clerk of |he Eleventh Judicial ; in and for 1 lade < 'ounty, Flor. 'i or bi • e the I6tlt daj of -in-.-, 1964, in default of which iut u 111 Intaken as eonb Mm |\ ,:i > thin I'I day of (KM E I: l. HTHERMAN, Clerk of ti'. Circuit Court iiber, By: M l.YMAN 10/16-23-30, 11 ii |THE CIRCL.T COURT OF THE \h JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND |OR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C10768 iKY A DEEP. Plaintiff, %  HAD REALTY rk cor|Kniti,>n. New IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADfc COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 10015 8IRROX FARM, DIVISION OP Slltlin.s ENTERPRISES, INC. ,1 I, a SIKINI; mi.i. FARMS, IMaintlff vs. MAX CRESTALE I x-ii ndant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO; MAX CRESTALL Royal lieorge Hotel Edmonton, Alberta, Canada roll ARE HEREBY notified ili.it .i Re-Amended Hill of Complaint has been flleii against you b> SIRRO.N l-'.Ml.M, DIVISION nl 81RRON ENTERI'RIHES, INC.. -I b/a SPRING 1111,1. FARMS, INC., uli.nl.> said Plaintiff seeks payment for services rendered i" you and your Inns.-, •illlil. APPEAL." V.III are required ti> aerve a copj nj your Answer or Pleading to the Re-Amended IJIII of Complaint on the I'lulntiff'a attorneys. VIH'NI:. CAPODILl'PO ,v HYMAN, 407 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, Florida, ,ni,l file tinoriginal Answer "i Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the ISth day "f November 1964. 11 yo 1 fall i" do MI. Judgment by delault "ill be taken against you foi the Relief demanded by you m the Re-Amended Hill of Complaint, DUNE AND ORDERED at Miami ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal notice*. W* appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial I It 3-4605 ior messenger service LEGAL NOTICE I:, .1 th le County, Plorldii October 1964. this LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE CORP, 11 SAMTHE I.KK, HARRY Ai't.Ktt and .MIAMI ACM FEDERAL 8AVINOH AND AN ASSOCIATION, u National living Corporation! 1 tefendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR %  run NAME OP Til ESTATE EEORIDA : SAMUEL ADLER 2166 tisth Street Brookyn, New York MARRY ADLER Residence 1 in .now n Ala, OTHER nfil unknown persona ling or claiming to have any right, I, or bltereat In the property which the subject matter of this suit, lid properly lying and being In Hade fumy, Florida, ''-I more partlcular.1, icribed .1follows: ...| 18, Block 6 of LINCOLN 1 1. DIVISION, according to the .a thereof, recorded In Plat ...ic 9, at Page ii of the Public %  oi-ds of Bade County, Florida; -• iher with the buildings and : i ovementa t hereon. i>i; ANI> KM 11 11K YOU are %  • by notified that a Buit lias been ci in the above-named Court by the \. -nanieil l'!., ntlff for the purpose i-anceVng certain deeda made by fcRRY ADI.EE %  SAMUEL ADEER, h) SAMUEL ADEER to ZITl'AI) IM.TY CORP., and by HARRV I.EIt to ZIIOAD REALTY CORP., Kuld deeda tffectlng title to the described propertj. 'ill ARE HEREBY ORDERED required t" file your appearance, iding or answer In said suit on 1I1da) of November, and in del %  11 of such appearpleadlng n answer a decrei %  onfeaso entered against and eai ou, and Judgment lull wl laki 11 against you i, : ntted In the t' 'in |i IE IERED In Dade .1 : Sp :liis Jiuli ila> "I r.",l 1: II EE vTHERMAN I, ik of tlli "ii nil "iut } 1 M i.VM \N i iep '; %  %  ig 1, Floi : I • ", '1. 16. J:: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C10731 ARE II: \NKI:IPlaintiff, ANN OAHILL: Pl'BLIC SERVICE MI'TI'AI. INSURANCE COMPANY, n New York corporation: ami EDWARD E. ST ANTON. Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ANN CAIIILE L'::< North Itiih Street llloonifielil, N,w Jersey TOll ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that n Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage on the following described property, to-wlt: Lot I, Block 8t*N TAN MEI.ACI". SECTION ONB, according to the flat thereof, recorded In Pint Book 50, at fane i". of the Public Records "f Cade County, Florida: together with rill Improvements thereon ami all furniture, furnishings, fixtures, equipment ami appliances therein contained, ami any replacements thereof. hat been filed agnlnst you, ami you are required i" serve a copy of your Answer "i other pleadings to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, itum-HT H. TRACRKJ, 1133 d ti Pont Building, Miami. Florida, on or before ii" -"it '!. %  > of November, 1984. If you fall i" do so, a Decree of Pro Confesso will he filed against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. DATED: September 39, IBM. K 1-. EEATHERMAN, Clerk B) K. M. l.YMAN 11. put) Clerk in 2, 9, If, 23 seal) K It, EEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court 1 lade 1 "ounty, Florida Hi : r. p. COPEEAND Deputy Clerk 10-10, 23, 30, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8366 THE VYIELIAMKBl'RUH BA\ INHH HANK, Plain! ill. \ H. JOHN II DABNEY, and his wile. If man Ii d, el 1 lefi ndants. NOTICE OF SUiT DAIINEY, %  I. %  d, Dab11-1; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN thnl the undersigned, deslrlna i" engage in business under Ihe fictitious name of TOWN I'OOE HOMES nl 11450 H.W, is7th Street, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I'l'AII. ROOST PROPERTIES, INC. B> : isi Martin NVoolln. President KENNETH M. MYERS, ESQ. MYERS, HEIMAN .v.KAPLAN 1150 B.VV, 1st Street, Miami, Kla. Attorneys for Qall Roost Priiiiertles, Inc. 10-16, 23, 30, 11-6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name CoMANY at mi. now •! dead, the legate! reilitoi NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAI cpni |T O F FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 11046 DAVE WEISS, Plaintiff, vs. BESSIE WHI88, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: P.Es'SiE WEISS 172 East '.i.".'h Street Brooklyn, New York You BESSIE WEISS are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint l"i %  Mvorue 1ms been filed against you, ol OXFORD TITL.B number I'd Alinerla Avenue In the .1 and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, MI ETON A. FRIEDMAN, till Atnaley Building, Miami. Florida S319I2, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 9th day of November, 1964, If you rail to ,-|iuiy Clerk MILTON A. FRIEDMAN nil Ainsley Building Miami :: %  .'. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff in 9-16-2,1-30 CREDITORS and All Peraoni Demands Against MIELER, THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64522-C %  !E Estate Y LINE TOBIAS, I l,-.e .,NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors and All Persons Ping Claims or Demands Against % %  I UMate: ou are hereby notified and raqulrto present any claims and deJnds which you may have against estate of PAL-EINE TOBIAS deMad late of Dade County. Florida, the County Judges of Dade CounI and file the same In duplicate hi as provided In Section 7:13.16, riila Statutes. In their offices In County Courthouse in Dade CounFlorida, within six calendar ths from the time of the first pubtinn hereof, or the same will he I'ml. f'H'ii at Miami, Florida, this 23rd of Sept, -ml,el. A.D. Unit. MAC MKKMKEE Aa Executor *"t publication of thia notice on '-'nd dav of October. 1964, IAC MERMBLL tor &W. Tldrd v., 1, .IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C10763 DOEEAR SAVlNtlS DANK OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK Plaintiff, Hull.AND DERR1IJ. el UX, it al, 1 i.i.-nil.ints. NOTICE OF SUIT T" ROEEAND DEURIEL Mil.I.KK and MARY S MILLER, HIS WIFE, 103 E. "ii' Stn et Mgnniei. Indlai %  ^ ; ,,. heieb} notified that the [ptloiied has been innguinsl yon In the %  %  irtlclnl tin ull ml %  '' • """' v """" ""' %  IITION, SECTION (>M I'lat I law !„ ol : ~ nl I'i-" Ida, % %  • • WealingI %  • %  Refrl • rator II v and Venetian Blinds. Vou are requli-ed to Ills •' respon---L^-r^nan^^mhi'r 1 '' 1964, or a Decree Pro Confes0 WIU I,,entered against you. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME Chancery No. 64C 10601 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned petitioners, HII.DA \n>l:\ MARKS, on behalf of her minor son, JORUM ANTONIO PORRAS, whose residence address is 24S0 S.W. 3rd Street, Miami. Florida, intend to apply to the Honorable Francis .1 Christie, Judge of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for Dad. County. Florida, at his office In the County Court House, at 9:2B A.M. on the •'4th day of November, 1964, or as soon thereafter as they may be heard, for an order changing Ihe name of JORGE ANTONIO POIeRAS to OKORHE ANTHONY PORRAS, by which name he shall thereafter be known. Dated at M a nl, Dade County, Florida, this 2.-itll day of September. IH64. s HII.D\ MORA MARES ,K iRfJE 1 N'TONIO I'I H WEINTRAl'B, U BINTRACB & CRISTi II. jl Northensl %  r Miami 3.1131, !•' rldn By:A.JAl CRESTOL ; with 111.ie eoleieu ,i S ...... .--1 .ATED: September '9 191.4. B l! WEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit, l ourt Clerk By: O. I* ALBXANDER, Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINE Dade Federal Dullding Miami. Florida, 33131 10/2. 9. 16. 23 I-, gutter of the ty CWN ri MACHI^ p ACC B PTANCl S^/^A'^N'' ''I'"'^ TADIANul'l Attorneys for 1 otn Acceptaa Hi s WALLER LITMAN Mai-hine Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10202 Nl IRMA VICTORIA OIRO de POl'TOC Plaintiff, RAUL ROLANDO POL'TOU Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: RAl'L ROLANDO POCTOU San Miguel No. 659 elitre Marques Oonsulei v Lucerna Havana, t'uba YOIT ARE HEREBY notified that a Complaint for Divorce has been Hied aaalnst you, and you are hereby rwiuired to serve a ."py of your answer to the Complaint on the PlalnUff's attorney. '-lOSTKK H(x;i:i:s. whose address is 931 N.W. 14th Street, Miami, Florida, and file the original "f the Answer In the office of the Clerk "f the Bleventh Judlolal Circuit in and for Dade County, Ida on or before the 2nd day Flor,f NoCity ,,f Coral Hahles, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of D.ide Ci'tintv, Florida, Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1st dav of 1 letol.er l!"'.l OXFORD TITt P. COMPANY, INC. By: ANN1-: MCI.KOP.D, President V. ROBERT CARLISLE Attorney for Applicant 2!> Rnutheast First Avenue Miami 32, Florida 10,16. 33, SO, 11-6 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64613 In RE: Estate of ABRAHAM E. KINESTO.NE Dei-eased. NOTICE TO To All Creditors MaviiiK Claims in' Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which vou may have aitaiust the estate of ABRAHAM I.. FINERTONE deceased late of Dad.County, Florida, to the County Judges ,,f Dade County, and file ihe same In duplicate and as provided In section 738.16, Florida Ptatutea, In their offices in the County Courthouae in Dad.Coiintv. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will he barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2nd das of October, A.D. 1964. RL'BYE B, FINBSTONE As Administratrix SAMI'EL S. SMITH Vttornev for \dmlnlstratrlx 10" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida in 9. 16, 23, 30 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64212 In RE Sstate of Ml H.I.V SEDI IK WEISS, a h a Ml ILLY HEDLIK 1 • %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All 1 '1 I All Pi rsons llav Ina 1 'i ilnis or %  :i-i Said >".. 11 m hereliy noi Ifled ind requlr1 any cla Imt and deman Is hi, ii \ ou 11i.i have aaa nsl I hi estate ol Ml 1 EY SEDLIK WEISS, a 1; 11 MOLLY SEDLIK deceased lale ol Dade County. Florida, to the County Judg-i of 1 >o le 1 %  •. 1111>. ami file the -.ime in duplicate and as provided In Section 7::::. 16. Florida Statutes, In Iheli offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within si\ calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the sain.will be I.aired. Dated at -Miami. Florida, this L'Sth day of September, A.D. 1964. NATHAN BBDLlK As Administrator First publication of this notice on the 2nd dav of Oct., 1964. KENNETH M. MYERS OF MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attomev for Administrator 11 SO 8.W. 1st Street .Miami, Florida 33130 10/2. 9. lfi. 21 TO: John It. D u-j and ney, hla Wife, If man Residence nknown, and If 1 emni ri< d, thi Ii spousi .-. it li\ 1 it, and 11 unkliow 11 heli s, di 1 -'• %  gi anti '-s. asslnni 1 s, llenoi.-. trustees 01 ottu r 1 laimants clalmins j by, through, indi 1 in aga Insl any tinabo\ name I deft ndants w deceased. You aie hereby notified that the above I'ttptioiiad action hau • n in .-nun,, 1 aguinsi vou In the Chi Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cln %  ul l lorldll HI and l"i I lade Count) In foreclose .1 mortgage U|Hn the follow MILdescribed n-al properly: Lot in Block .", NORWOOD FIFTH ADDITION SECTION TWO, ac cording to the Phil thereof, recorded in Plat Book '•"' Page 109 of ihe Public Ui rds "i Dade County, Florida. You are required to file n responsive pleading to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and s.-rve a cop> thereof upon plaintiff's attorney MARTIN FINE, Dad.FedI eral Building, .Miami, Florida 33131, {not later than November 16, 1964, 01 la Decree Pro Conusso will 1.,entered against, you. DATED. October It. P'lil E. B. EEATHERMAN Clerk of the 1 inuit Court (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN Depuij Clark MARTIN FINE Dade Federal HuililillK Miami, Florida (3131 10/16-23-30, II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious name ol IMPERIAL IMPORTS at S20 N.W. L'l.th Street, Miami 37. Florida, intend I" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida. BENNETT FASHIONS INC. A State ,,1 Florida Corporation In II, 16, -':. "'1 vember, 1964, In default of which the Complaint will be taken as confessHI ,-,l li\ you, DATED l.,i, 1964. I'.. cl.-rk Cln lilt Court Bj : K M I.VM \N Deputy Clerk this SOtll 'lay of S, pl. iiiB, LEATHERMAN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that the undersigned, deslrlna; to engage In business under the fictitious name of OOLDIES I.IQCOR STORK at 432(1 N \\*. Sand Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register -aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I lade Count) Floi i'la. EDNA RUBIN, Sole i HI inr LE( >N \ EPSTEIN IIU Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ; ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C10672 SANDRA E. KAIRCLOTH PACE, Plaintiff, vs. I RICHARD ALLEN PACK. I i.-l, ii'lant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: RICHARD A El.EN PACE residence unknoa n You, RICHARD AI.I.I:N PAGE are hereby notified that a Bill of Complain! for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve -i copj of your Answer or Plead. in B in the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorni y, HATTEN .v SAEEM, 100 N.W. 6th Street, Miami, Florida, and file thi original Answer ..i l 'Ii ng In the office ol tin C of the "I ''I '' i ir r hi 2nd daj ol No\ ember, 1961, n you fail to do .-". j:i litmenl bj di fault u 111 be taki n against > m for I,-in.nded I the BUI of Th in tlce shnll i w I I in THE JEW ISH I l.' iRIDI VN Floi Ida, lib Mh d) ii I 'i iNE AND • iRI >ERED i mil, A I' i; I! I.i! VTHERM \N. '' l <. i" ., ill i" mri. I lade i 'ounlj Floi I I i • Seal) r, c P. Ct iPBL VND, Depnti Clerk II VTTEN S H VLEM 100 N.W -"'i'i sn i | Miami, Florida 1" •:. 9. 16. 23 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55825-A IN RE: Estate of SO FIE KARY 1 leceased, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed a Final Report and Petition for Distribution and l-'inal Discharge as Executor of the estate of BOFIE KARY, deceased, and that on the 30th day of October, 1964, will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said Final Report and for distribution and final dtachargi as Executor of the estate of the above-named decedent. This Mli day of September, 1964. JOSEPH ROHM, Executor Estate "f SO FIE KARY, Deceased KI'ItT UKI.I.ISCII. AUorne) Eatate "i Sofle Karj. Dei easi ,1 hi; Almei la A\ enue i 'oral i ibli -. Hoi i i.i 3



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Friday, October 23. 1964 ttnisih Fhrk/toP Page 5-B Mrs. Reinhard to Head Local Delegation To National Women's League Biennial Participating in "Love Story," a cantata at the Jewish National Fund Educational Forum hncheon helri at the Fontainebieau Hotel last week were front row (left to right* Mesdames M-.uiay Schwartzman, Hynian Dubowy, Benjamin Rochwarg, Eva Blum, narrator and director, Meyer Harris., Benjamin Zeiqmund. Back row (left to riqht) are Mesdames Sherman Fast, Emanuel Mentz, Olga Bibor Stern, accompanist, Hattie Wagner, soloist, Helen Berry, Peter Heller, Max Affachiner, Elizabeth Isenberg and Claire Le Bow. <^ o c la lit Centiusd from Page 1-B parents have just returned from sharing the celebration with the new Judg • and his family President t Southgate Group of Hadassah. Mrs. Rosenberg (Frances can now back up anything she proposes at a meeting by quotiiu "my son. the Judge says" Another localite with an impressive title. Dr. John Throne. associate director and consultant by <^fsabel \^4 on location of funds from the Jo.-eph P. Kennedy Fourrtation for Mental Health and the Retarded in, Washington, D. C, son ol Cera! Gabies' Robert and Ruth throne. 0 • Most vivid memory of their first trip abroad for Shirley and Milton Levinson was night time daylight in Oslo, where, the sun -hone from 11:30 p.m. to 3:30 a.m. ... In the three months they were away, the Lcvinsons rove traveled through Europe, the Scandinavian countries and Israel, returning on the SS Shalom .. .For Trudy Hamerschlag, highlight of her trip to Israel was finding a cousin in Haifa A spectacular memento of Trudy's sojourn in the Orient is a heavy Indian jade necklace Her proudest accomplishment— learning to eat with chopsticks. Mrs. Harold Reinhard,j>f Miami, president Of Florida Branch, National Women's League, will head the local i in to the biennial i .i ol the National Women's Leagui I ted igue of merica. The event cheduled for Oct. 25 to :;. .', ti ethi r more than a ?and v, imen le lers oi Con en ative synagi roups from ail over the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico anil Mexico. The current crisis in family liv"ng and the breakdown of communication between the generations will be the subject matter ol the four days of deliberations on the theme. -Heed. My Child, the Guidance oi Your Father and Forsake Not the Torah of Your Mother.'" One of the highlights will be a symposium on the topic, "Gcneration to Generation." with a rabbi-educator, a psychiatrist and a sociologist examing the current; breakdown in family security and what can be done about it. The following morning a "Spotlight on Youth" program will give teen-agers and young adults the I platform to discuss their viewpoints. Delegates will be active partici-j nants in workshops, daily services. I and will see especially-written I dramatic performances and hear outstanding speakers covering the 28 departments through which the Ni tional Women's League affiliates carry on their international program of education and service. Programs begin each day at 8 MRS. HAROLD REINHARD a.m., and will continue into late evening. National Women's League was founded 46 years ago. Today ittnembership embraces over 770 Sisterhoods. Mrs. Reinhard has been president of the Florida Branch since May, 1964. She is also active in Beth David Sisterhood, of which she served as past president. Others from the local community who will be official delegates to the convention indue the presidents of the Greater Miami Conservative Temples. Some 300 members oi the Variety Children's Hospital Women's Committee tour the new $2 million adchuon.prior to the official Dedication Week in mid-November Shown at the preview are (left to right) Mrs. Terryce Kaplan chairman of fhe day; Mrs. Adrian^hal. Reception Committee; Mrs^ Murray Friedman. Women's Committee president; and Mrs. William T. Kxuglak n._toux guide. / 1 DRY CLEANING Top plant in Dade CountyAll Retail Sales All New Equipment All Automatic -One Hour Service-Shirts, too. UnmatchaWe Location, SW Area, No Competition. Now netting over $20,000. Only available due to unusual circumstance. m. STKU S0UTHUND COMPANIES Brokar. 1*12 Mne. HI 4-4631 "HOUSEKEEPER WANTED Elder), r^tTVpt^w^r^' -' bedroom-2 bat* apt. on fined elderly Miami Beach. *"* !" 8 k J ep h0 ue at .unman to coo* anq *"K ... oom U/. in." private room aa 1'J* J woman to Call eve. MU Jj" 3 .... See Page 16-B Cancer Group Games Party Dor-Aid Cancer group will hold a games party on Wednesday noon at Toby's Cafeteria, 99 SW 12th Ave. Admission will be linen for making chucks for indigent cancer patients. The group recently received an award from the American Cancer Society "for humanitarian service to the community." President is Mrs. Jack Samet. County Agent To Visit Homes On Wednesday noon. Louis J. Daiele assistant county agriculture agent, will conduct a clinic field trip to the homes of four members ot the Palm-H.b.s*us Islands Garden Club. Daigle will look at lawns and property and suggest the sort of landscaping needed. Serving as hostess will be Mrs Harry Shubin. whose home will be among those visited. Mrs. Henry J. Nelson, of Palm Island, is president. Making a move? Most people make FIRST FEDERAL their First Stop for Home Loans. Choosing the right pkea to obtain a home teen is a decision which moat people only make once or twice m their livee. They can't become experts on mortgage* ao more of them come to the place which people have found alwaye offers the beat terms, aa well aa dependable, helpful counsel. So many people now make FIRST FRDBRAI. their first choice that we've been lending •n average of more than a million dollars a week for the past aeveral years. 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,L Page 4-B +Jewisti fkridliam Friday, October 23, 19E4 At opening of art exhibit by Reqi Yanich at view through Nov. 5, and includes paintinqs, Rogue's Gallery Two are (left to right) Dr. and sculpture and graphic arts. Rogue's Gallery Mrs. Lawrence Brant, Dr. and Mrs. Albert Cois at 260 Andalusia Ave., Coral Gables, hen and Mrs. Yanich. The exhibit will be on Charles Schwartz. 3~C?I Center Informal Games Night U M IUuiaan foftnr** An informal & mc ni ?ht will be'^ MClliOWeen l/anCS liven b y the Eleanor Roosevelt CE~4AJ4 fr Or* *1 cha )ter of B nai E rith Women bSCBTGU TOr V/CT. dl on Wednesday, 8 p.m., is the h _. h „ o f Mrs. Guy Foryes. 6000 SW 9tth Greater Miami Chapter of the Q co-chairmen of the e< American Medical Center will hold a)e ^ ^^ s a Halloween dance on Saturday, Oct. 31, 9 p.m., at the P.arcelona Hotel. Evening will feature an all-star show and prizes. In charge of reservations are chairman, Mrs. Herman Schoenfeld, Mrs. Evelyn Decky, and Mrs. Joseph Holober. Chapter visits Jackson Memorial Hospital's Cancer and Chest Divisions twice monthly and serves patients with refreshments, gifts and letter-writing. Surburban Leaaiue Planning Dinner One-hundred women of the Suburban League will take part i "Progressive Dinner on Saturday to help raise funds for Var Children's Hospital. Members will prepare food [or the dinner, which will be served in three homes located in the Suith Patients from Greater Miami' Dade area, are sent to the sanitarium at no | Chairman Mrs. Macey Reyes CO st'and for as long as they need | said all proceeds will be alloc,;,:! to stay. Is this any way to run a luncheon? "You bet it is," was the way the ladies reacted when Fred Fenton, wine company Florida sales manager, followed up his talk to the Miami Beach Cancer League at the Roney Plaza with a wine-tastinq session. Tasters at the sixth annual membership luncheon are (from left) Barbara (Mrs. Irving) Rubin, treasurer; Jeanne (Mrs. Jerome) Rado, president; and Adrea (Mrs. Harold) Soglovitz, vice president. Mock Marriage At Ner Tamid Ner Tamid Sisterhood will have a mock marriage on Sunday, Nov. 1. 5:30 p.m., followed by a dinner dance. *• The marriage performance will be directed by Ben Avick, assisted by Mrs. Louis Cohen, dinner chairman, and Mrs. Jack Greenberg. Dancing will be to Bob Novack's Orchestra. Narrator is Mrs. Jack Klinger. Vice President Mrs. Carlton Blake is ticket chairman. President is Mrs. Eugene Schwarz. Participating in the wedding party are Mesdames Irving Berber, Al Kapp, Max Katz, Irving Rubin, Jack Yasman, Murray Shaw, George Reese, Alice Pincus, Donald Prichason, William Frankel. George Trager, Herman Frank, Henrietta Fine, Jack Meyers, Seyj mour Horowitz, Ann Bernstein, | Michael Glazier, David Weiss, Ben Avick. Louis Gold, Louis Stallman, Dan Piver, Morris Kornct, Rabbi Leon Goldbergar, Harry Kastan, Era Rosenfeld, Max Raskin, Harry Olazer, Philip %  Sandman, William Weisman, Murray Kostoff, Rebecca Sussman, Bess Fine, Harry Paulshoek, Nathan Friedman, Jos; eph Steinberger, Pauline Fried j man, Monya Leshin, Jack "Wolf, I Riva Levin, and Sam Smiles. Dinner Committee are "Mes! dames Max Amowitz, Frank Dufine, Michael Heyman, Harry Chester, Benjamin Linde. Proceeds will help support the Religious School. Dade State Kepresontati.e LEE WEISSENBORN "A VOTE FOR BURNS IS A VOTE FOR DADE" The bigger O.ide's Vote is for Governor, the stronger Oade's Voice will be at Tallahassee CAST YOUR VOTE FOR HAYD0N B()RNS FOR GOVERNOR ...and make sure Dade gets its fair share of Florida's future Judea Women Feature Script First general meeting of Temple Judea Sisterhood on Wednesday evening featured an original script written.and directed by Mrs. Joseph Snyder entitled "'A Case of the T.A.'s." Sisterhood members participating were Mesdames Sanford Mandcll, Edward Blackmail. Neil Useden, Jerome Modell, Irving Hecht, Sam Tuch, Charles Rosenberg, and Harold Barkowitz. Mrs. Bernard Yessner is vice president in charge of programming. This year's goal for Sitserhood is to Subsidize the Religious School. School PTA Meets Tuesday At North Beach New Owners For Camp Lakeside Martin Le Vine, former general | tion. manager of the Doral Hotel and Country Club, the Beau Rivage, Bal Harbour, and the Sun Spa, Hollywood health resort, has puri sed Camp Lakeside, Hendersonville, N.C., with Al Savag :, a ii Beach insurance executive, ide was owned by to the hospital for the care of two cancer patients. Pre-ident Mrs. Arthur Pepper said the Suburban League planto hold a fashion show and lunch %  < w on Nov. 11 at King's Bay Con Club as its next, fund-raisins I Or Olom Will Salute Kadassr Mrs. Alvin Levi • i >ident, announced thai T< Morris, .,,olom will plaj host to William and Stanley Segal, Ov a >, groups i I Friday. ers ol the Yellow Cab Co. 30, „t 8:30 p.m.. 1 i Vine, 1801 Cleveland Rd. bath services. ii. who served Jack Luni %  last b< half of tl 1 >Up. h,i h • e I the name to Mrs. Emery Gi Mountain Lake. The camp will I ne chairmai t-week %  ason in late, 1 Latarus, On< 1 H i ; % % %  Dr. John Hall .lines. In adn d have separate an, announce thi r N tl l" a disl d back.„, %  ;.,,.. .,,.,! J : I from 5 to 16. Feldman v II le ground in psychology, education [n 1962, the Segals purchased the tion in Sabbath and Zionist %  and research, Dr. .loneis known -.-. %  ,,.,-,. 1. %  %  ,. ceola on which the at the services, tor his service to the community camp j s located. Le Vine will Oct. 80 also mai in the field of mental hi..ith. [ or Hendersonville this Ltrry Beanie's Bar Mitzvah President of the North Beach j month to supervise enlarging of | the 13-year-old will assist. 1: Elementary School PTA is Mrs.'present facilities and additions to!Samuel April and lead the con David Miller. the property.—S.T. %  ; tion in traditional prayers. A general PTA meeting will be i in the auditorium of the North Beach Elementary School (11 Tuesday at 3 p.m. Featured on the afternoon's pro11 is a talk on "The Hum A Laboratory in Living," pres( 1 ... %  % %  1 : • ; ; IUUSTPATIO: NttUBAI (MBA MORMING UGHT cAPuer • %  ... %  %  I 1 I %  : % % %  : %  : % % % % %  Because October ends our Fiscal year, A Mink is your best buy. right now! A GROUP OF NATURAL MINK CAPES, STOLES & JACKETS HAVE BEEN GREATLY REDUCED PRICE IN ORDER TO CLEAR OUR INVENTORY! ADRIAN THAL HAS PERSONALLY SELECTED THIS GROUP OF FINE FURS AND INVITES YOU TO SEE THESE OUTSTANDING VALUES! 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Friday. October 23, 1964 +Jmlsl> nnr/(ffor> Page 7-3 luitiiuwuwiiimniinHMlMaiiiamiaiiiHi.niiiriiiiii'iniriiimiirainnin.ii.n.: ,.„.,., ... ^Z^rbout f^Qople and flc TH3EE-TIME GRANDMOTHER Sylvia Lcfcourt just became a grandmother for the third time, which of course made Sidney a third-time grandfather. They have just returnel from Flushing. L.I., where they attended the bris of Mark Alan, first child of their son Jeffrey and his wife Beverly. Daughter Barbara (Mrs. Barry) Haiman. of Mobile, met them in New York 10 go with them Barbara's little girls. Beth and Marjorie. stayed home with Daddy. SHIFTS AND SLACKS Dr. Morton Getz and his wife. Carol, in a shift and Dr. Norman Kan'or and his wife. Lois, in a slack outfit greeted their guests poolside at Kings Bay Country Club. Cocktails and swimming were outside and a buffet in the Grill Room lighted by hurricane lamps. It was lots of fun. with a dancing show, two dancers to teach the new Jamaican dance, the Sklar, and a peppy band. Among guests were Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Schiff, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Weinkle, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Rudnick, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schainuck, Dr. and Mrs. Martin Matz, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Zinnett. P?1 ROME, ITALY Ten vc-'-s ngo. when Art Rosichan went to E"—>*c, his W'f". r'a're. told him to be sure to ,, o Ro—~ Ho didn't. He's been in Europe the pas) lew weeks, and the other night he called to tell i,is wile he was in Rome. Delighted to talk to him, Claire told him he didn't sound too peppy. "I had the operator wake me up to call you," answered Art. There should he a song "When it's 4:30 a.m. in Italy, it's 9:30 p.m. in Florida." AFTENOON TEA Roz (Mrs. Richard) Pallot and Alberta (Mrs. William) Pallot entertained at tea at Kings Bay Country Club for Roxanne 1'allot. daughter of laces •.. Tw (Mrs. Charles) Wicderson and E. Albert l'allot. who is marrying Rodney Gabai the end of the month. Roxanne was a French major at the University of Wisconsin. It's lucky they're both good at languages because Rodney is from Lima Peru, and they plan lo spend part of each year in Paris. At the lavender-and-white tea table. Mrs. Alvin Cassel, Mrs. Harry Schulman, Mrs. S. Ronald Pallot and Suzane Pallot. Rox aim's adorable younger sister, took turns pouring. Among guests were Mrs. Ben Essen, Mrs. .luck Sandier. Mrs. Charles Jacobson, Mrs. Richard Horwich. Mrs. Howard Katzen. Mrs. Harold Kaufman and Mrs. I. Wolkcwsky. • • GREETINGS FROM THE RUTSTEINS Judy and Lea wrote ihat Israel is as fabulous as anticipated. The weather was as delightfully warm as Miami but no hurricanes. Now. they're home and dreaming of a return trip. • a • HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ROSIE Two big signs at Cece and Milton Weiss' house said "Happy Birthday." Gay lanterns lighted up the outside patio and shone on the small tables decked out in birthday finery. The flower-filled house and the huge birthday cake was in honor of the one and only Rosie Weiss, celebrating her 80th birthday. It was cocktails, then dinner for the 40 members of the Weiss family. Among them were Dr. Eugene Weiss and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fedd. Mrs. Bea Jacoby. Mrs. Lee Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. liarold Aronscn and Mrs. Rae Aronson. as well as a wonderful assortment of neices. nephews, cousins and grandchildren. Rosie's third sister was not able to come. She and her husband. Samuel Glass, wete in New York, and Rosie's daughter, Malvina Liebman, and her husband. Seymour, sent birthday greetings from Spain. A lovely party lor a lovely lady. — Frances Lehman. "Hot-Line" telephone is now available for knotty questions at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital's Information De c k. If volun teers Mrs. Paul Silberman (left) and Mrs. Harry L. Lewis can not supply the answers, the red phone rings in the office of the administrator or department head who can. Husbands o: these "information clerks" are prominent Miami Beach civic leaders. Harry L. Lewis is president of Cedars of Lebanoi Hospital, and Saul Silberman, co-owner of T.opical Park Race Track, is a Trustee of Cedars Board of Directors. Home Bocrd Slates Reports Top Stars Seek Apartments At Diplomat Towers The Diplomat Towers, the luxury eceanfront residential building rearing completion in Hollywoodby-the-Sea, next door to the Diplomat Hotel, may well be identified also as 'Celebrity Towers." The recording and stage personality. Kay Starr, recently leased a 15th-story penthouse apartment in the Diplomat Towers. Frank Fonlaine. the "Crazy Guggenheim" of the Jackie Gleason show, may be the next show business "big name" to take a penthouse apartment. He's called Diane Hamshay, the rental manager, for an appointment to look over the sky-high suite. The tallest and largest rental "high-rise" in Broward County, the Diplomat Towers is being j built and operated by Gerald i Taines. Irving Cowan and Harold Z. Taines. It has gained worldwide recognition, with 22 states and two foreign countries represented by re cent lessees. Inquiries have been received from 41 states and 10 foreign countries. The multi-million dollar strucj ture will have many unusual fea'' tures. There will be no efficiency apartments. All apartments range in size from the 950-sq. ft onebedroom layouts, with one and one-half baths, V 1.650 sq. ft. twobedroom, two bath layouts. Huge 9 by 6 ft. walk-inclosets are part of each apartment. All kitchens are G-E equipped with electric range, oven, refrigerators, dishwashers and waste disposals. Ju Ige Irving Cypcn. president •f the Jew'sh Home for the Aged, announced that two reports will be discussed at the next Board of Directors meeting of the Home on Sunday, ;.t 10 a.m.. in the Junior Auxiliary Day Care Room at Dougl.s Gardens. Artie Kravitz. chairman of the | Thrift Shop Committee, will report on recent developments and %  recommendations for major expani sion. The shop is now providing j the Home with $43,000 annually in I operatina income. The second report, to be givei by Dr. Charles Beber, medical < rector, will describe the growth medical services at the Home n its expansion to 227 beds. Other items on the agenda will be Auxiliary reports by Mesdaim Gladys Israel, Shari Sllverman, Lilyan Beckerman and Libby Sal mowitz; Building Fund report by Baron de Hirsch Meyer: Trensir•r's report by Stanley M. Beckerman; and Admissions Committee report by Judge Harold B. Spae n Builder Harold Z. Taines points to the 15-story penthouse apartment singer Kay Starr, of "Wheel of Fortune song fame wUl occupy at the Diplomat Towers, when the Ingh-rise next to the Diplomat Hotel is completed in November. Looking on .left) is Mrs. Irving Cowan, whose husband is apartner in the Hollywood enterprise. Mr. Cowan is president of the Diplomat Hotel. • TAILORING SHOP and FORMAL RENTAL AGENCY FOR SALE 15 yesri same location. Sacrifice Retiring. 2520 Ponceje_Leon_£ vL^ I "PASTRAMI" See Page 16-B J"l ELECTROLYSIS FIRMAMENT REMOVAL OFHAIR. D,.;„< l*****"* fre* c-iwnltatior iSShMi. %  $, es oreo Jer i Anne Wytias PL 1-6965 Dinner to Honor TV Executive Sidney Ansin, president of WCKT, will be honored at a testimonial banquet sponsored by Variety Club. Tent 33. on Oct. 27 at King's Bay Country Club. Chief Barker Tracy Hare announced that staff members Gene Strul and Wilson Griffith will also be cited for developing public service programs and several documentaries dealing with services ] at Variety Children's Hospital. •In honoring Ansin and WCKT. I we are expressing the gratitude of hundreds of little patients who cannot speak for themselves, said Hare. y Dinner chairman is Henry Oxell. YOU CAN HAVE YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT SAVINGS ACCOUNT VARIOUS LOAN ACCOUNTS In One BANK! 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iday. October 23. 1964 *Jpn/<#? fkrih'br Page 7-A ieymour Samet Named Collins Assistant; ileanor Lipton AJCom. Acting Director By Special Report WASHINGTON — Seymour Sam. Florida director of the AmerL',,1 .lewi.-h Committee, has betxinie special assistant to tormer ",ov LeRoy Collins, director of the |P\v Federal Community Relations lervice. Samet has been working with he Community Relations Service, ihiiii is housed within the U.S. department of Commerce, since Is formation in the wake of the Eassage early last July of the Civil lights Act. He was originally loaned by the American Jewish Committee to the task force that t< i up the service, and has renamed there since. On a previous occasion, Samet's services were made available to a governmental agency while serving with the American Jewish Committee. For right months late in 1963, and rar'v this year, he served as jxncct've director of the Dade I (.runt-, community Relations Li..i. d. Mrs, '"lc inor Upton, who has been Samet's assistant in the Florheadquarters of the American Jewish Committee, has become icting Florida director. The function of the Community delations Service is to provide ssistance to communities and irsons in resolving disputes, disagreements, or difficulties relating io discriminatory practices based DM race, color, or national origin jhat impair the rights of others hinder the Constitution. It cooperates with both public and private agencies, either on ts own initiative or upon request rom local officials or interested ersons in situations of intergroup r-nsion. The work of the Service is aidid by a National Citizens Comlittec for Community Relations, (imposed of community lay leadrs, and by a panel of community and intergroup relaVons professionals. Prior to joining the staff of the American Jewish Committee, Samet was assistant director of the Community Relations Commirte, Jewish Community Council of Essex County (Newark), N.J. He served also as program service director of the Essex County Intergroup Council. Before coming to Florida, he was executive secretary of the Esrix County Chapter of the American Jewish Committee. While in New Jersey. Samel served as intergroup relations I consultant to the Newark Civil 1 Rights Commission, the Newark I Public Housing Authority, and to i human relations councils in Nut! ley, Irvington, and Union. A graduate of Montclair State Teachers' College, Mr. Samet did | his graduate studies in sociology at Columbia University, the New i York School for Social Research, i the New York School for Social | | Work, and the University of Mi-1 ami. In addition, he has had ad-! I \ anced graduate training at the! I Group Dynamics Workshop of the i National Training Laboratories. | i Hr has served on the faculty of the Workshop in Human Relations tor community leaders at Rutgers University. Jewish National Fund Education Forum Inaugural Luncheon Presents Cantata StYMOUK SAMET NEW CAR LOANS ARE ONLY DEAL DIRECT FOR THE MONEY YOU NEED! NcwerUttd Cars! JE 2-6451 JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH Aithur Godfrey Road at Pinetree Drive BANKING HAS CHANGED "Since Jefferson Arrived" Orthodox Rabbi Urges Conversion! Ban at Confab By Special Report FALLSBURG. N.Y. — A promi-l nent Orthodox rabbi, Rabbi David I L. Silver, of Ilarrisburg, Pa., has called for a rabbinical ban on conversion to Judaism. Speaking before the 21st annual ; convention of the Yeshiva Unii versity Rabbinic Alumni here, Rabbi Silver urged that 'all rabi binic organizations in the United States declare a general ban on I all conversions "in order to stem ; the tide." "The situation has reached j such dangerous proportions that unless there be a mighty courv j terthrust the American Jewish community will be snowed under by an avalanche of partJews," he said. Rabbi Silver who is spiritual leader of Congregation Kesher Israel, told some 300 Orthodox spiritual leaders from all parts of the U.S. and Canada that he is also proposing a second alternative—"for leaders of all Orthodox rabbinic organizations to meet and set up a central agency to handle all cases of conversion. "Under such a set-up, the pressure on the local or individaul rabbi would be removed, and such an agency would be able to proceed with the adequate probings and testings as to fitness and dependability. Council Culture Group to Meet Jewish culture and history study group of the Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, will meet on Thursday. Oct. 29, 10 a.m., at the home of Mrs. Eugene Dynner. 1520 Ancona Ave., Coral Gables. Discussion of the Judean Theo cratic State, Ch. 10 of Isidore Epstein's book, "Judaism," will be led by Mrs. Joel Below Mrs. Meyer Baskin will present a paper on Ezra. The group meets monthly and is one phase of the NCJW's educational program. A •'dream-come-true" event with .a promising future took place last week when Greater Miami held its iiuaugural Jew ish^National Fund Educational Forum luncheon. United in the dignity of the aim I of the Forum, the women present pledged to dedicate themselves to the ideals of the Jewish Na'icnal Fund in the redemption of the soil ', of Israel and the ingathering of exiles. "The purpose of the luncheon." said Miss Lillian Goodman, chairman of the .INF Educational Forum, "is to explain the role of the Jewish National Fund and to edu1 eate the ladies to a greater knowledge of the Jewish situation in Israel and throughout the world. By bringing them closer to the scene of reality in Israel, we want to get closer to th-ir hearts and minds and assure their continuous support of further development ol Israel." Over 350 women attended the event at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Invitation was by Mrs. Sherman Fast, president of the Renanah Group of the Miami Beach Chapter of Iladassah and a founder member of the .INF Educational Forum: greetings by Leon J. Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami: and Zev W. Kogan also spoke. Dais included Mrs. .Miriam Press, cochairman of the JNF Educational Forum, and Eva Blum, newly-appointed member of the Executive Board of the JNF and narrator and director Ol the cantata Guest speaker was Itabbi Milton Arm. assist am president of the Jewish National Fund of America Participating in the cantata were narrator, Eva M Blum; soloist, flattie Wagner; accompanist. Oiga Bibor Stern: speaking chorus, lies •lames Max Allaehiner. Helen Barry. Sherman Fast. Peter P. Heller, Benjamin Rochwarg, and Benjamin Zeigmund: singing chorus. Mesdames Hyman Dubowv. Meyer Harris. Elizabeth Isenberg, Claire I.eBou. Kmanuel Mentz and Murray Schwartzman. Arrangements and Luncheon Committee included Mesdames Max Affachiner. Helen Barry, Johan Berman, Eva Blum, Dorothy Cahn. Sherman Fast. Hannah Finn. Miss Lillian Goodman, Meyer llar!ris. Max Hecht, Peter F. Heller. Bernard Kali, Lillian Kronovet, Lilly Laster. Louis Lustig, Abraham Mason. Louis Moscowitz. Samuel Opperhcim. Miriam Press, Phyllis Reuben, Benjamin Rochwarg, Pauline Rose. Joseph Seld. Wolfe Shklair. Israel Teich and Benjamin Zeigmund. Masquerade Ball Saturday Jewish War Veterans Post 682 and Ladies' Auxiliary are having a Masquerade Ball on Saturday. '8:30 p.m., at Unified Hall, 2360 NE 171st St. Evening will feature costume and game prizes, a live band and refreshments. It took years to develop Sandier at Meeting Fred A. Sandier, of 2720 SW 2nd Ave., Is one of four representativeof Metropolitan Life Insur| ance Company's Coral Gables office scheduled to attend the an|nual business meeting and luncheon of the Florida Chapter of the company's Veteran's Association at the Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood, on Friday. Oct. 30. chances are you'll like it at first sip. You'll like its brilliant flavor. Its special kind of lightness. Most people do. T* C I R C U S INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Delivered Anywhere U.S.A. Bushel $C95 Hall MAIl ORDERS PROMPTLY FRIED BONDED-INSURED-GUARANTHD 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710-FR 4-8783 FREE ORANGE JUICE I WE PACK EM RITE HERE 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M. DAJIY Distilled and bottled in Canada Seagram's Imported Canadian Known by the company it keeps CMiAOIAKKiliSilM BUND Of StUCTLO IHItttt 6 UMS OH. 85.8 PROOF. RMMMNTUM CO. NYC.



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October 23, 1964 'JmlstifhrAMan Paqe 15-B [llfTsamet, 39 Passes Away Phils 0 Samet, of 9B511 Rlvowide Memorial chapel, AlF (| died Oct. 16 after a ton Ki \. wnian. IN. MrLena, SO. of ,T5 SW S| died Oct. IS. R^'SI* IVON. Mm. Hermanle, .'•"' IC-IUns Ave. Services In New •ii\. Newman. „ ,, Mrs. Mary. 88, of 1525 Col"Ave., died Oct l*. Services York City. Riverside. IAN mils. Tii. of S64 Bay Dr., ,i. is, Rlverelde. Mrs. Gertrude, S3, ol ll1 ilan Ave. Riverside. INE. Mrs. IyOevy R.. 6.. or iv Rd. Riverside. llFO. Mrs. Lillian. 6b, of TO li. \v.. s.-rvi.-. a i" M*w York ER, Mrs. Heckle. 78. "I SS36 Ave. Blaaberg. LEGML NOTICE ,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVfcNTH JUD.CIAL CIKCUII j,FLOrtlDA IN AND FOR DADE COUiMIV. IN LHANLtKV No. 64C 11163 Till". WII.L1AMSBI ItliH SAVLNU8 .IA.NK. Plaintiff. FAMES E. Ml IYER, • i UX, I ..•>, iioanl.-NOTiLt OF SUIT TO: James I" Mover and Madeline M. Moyi. his Wife. I !• • % %  •iovii' • : I'nkiiou ii. and If remarried, thouunknown spouses. If living, ami i ...I,, ii,, uuaiiown heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, assigns! B, li. nors, oredltom, trusi. B ,,. oilii r claimants clalniIna In. i I,rough, und< i m ngalnst an) of the above nn I di • n i in,.M ho .'• deceasi notified thai the i has been ln. i.im.-.i "iiitainsi you in tin 'I' i 'it' •oiin oi tin Eleventh Judli'lal li ,. ,|i of Kloi "i.i in ami for imuu Cutjn> |,i > ... I I iii.-n%  • %  -• % %  i the |i„\i ins dfBi i Ibed real property: | ,,| || ill I ..... I. i .,. IJ -I'.>!.-••OR, aci ..i. ini" I''. F'lal Hi'' %  of ..-.. % %  .i.-.i In I'lal v Rook %  : % %  •>' |..i.... |i| ..i Hi. I'ublle Rtcords •' 1 in,i, i-oii it) n-.i Ida. y„u ai* i • %  i"'' % % %  i" '''• : '' !' -i\,pleudln : to plaintlfl compUilnt i... i -I.I i .,[ ill iii.ii Bald I'ourl, and nerve i .v thereof UIKIII plain M VRTIX I'M'-I** ll iiltna Ml %  nl, M"""" 33131, nol later than November 13. 1964, or B Ueeree Pro ConfeHBii will i iivnlnm you. 'KATBH 'ctobi r 21. i'" ; ', IIt I.KATHKRMAN*. Clerk i the Circuit Court || K M. I.YVIA.N I i.i.iiiv Clerk \i VRTIN KINK I .lei -I Building H • n r ""' H Va, :,, n 6, i:i IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STAIt OF FLORIDA T<' ALL I''' Win ,.,. i uKSK I I:I:Sl.vTS SI I.M.i. O '.Mi:. 1RKKTIN • %  wii.i,.,-. I:I:NI.SI' I.I.NKA. CORAL UAHLhS, KLOKUiA; HKLK.N LAVVRKNCi:, MIAMI. r'HIRIOA; I.KN.I.x.MI.N KAMKN, .MIAMI, KL4IRll'A. ni,I ,,:i Hi. I'.Hi daj "I Oi-tolier, \ 11 ISM, • .in.-,I., In Incorpol .!'•.' iMi.i.-iHi. Iiiwc of Hi.H ale of I IOI.,,., ROBERT III.AIR t'LOTHES, IM -. ;, ecu porul -.II. with It* prltK'UMil li in Miami, fade HI,, in tin State of Florida, anil h,i,..iHI • eorporatl Ii 2815 IWanne Rd. I'ornl tiublea, I loi Ida In 16-23-31, I '. LEGAL NOTICE rcan Medico! Center B^rs .lules T.eston, president of hapter. American Medical of Denver, announces a Kin and fashion show at the Boy Club. 7701 Biscayne [ on Wednesday noon. Chairbi the fund-raising affairs is jlrving Rubinstein, who is b charge of reservations. IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA NO. 64— ?'•> BIJZABETH 11 MALONK, IMaintlff, RCSSRLL •' HCItERT and PACIJNB III I'.KKT. 1'iwife, 1 i,-r,n,laiiis. _., NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Y..U. Rl SSKI.I. J. jUT.KKT and PAt'UNE Hl'BERT, Ins wife. lo .i,,|.,in l'...a.l. Habertown, IMvnsylvanla, are hereby notified that a HiTh for dnntUAeB iia. been 'r"?" 1 1 !!',;" au; ,i„,, yon lojjether with n I Is 1 an,1,-ns on your r?J* M 'fl lt .*"! 0 ^f a v S MI,.i Hi. N*W of tj>' %  ; l-„ Mof 111"I'.'llowint;-. lanilK. l^'-l-'iv/nfthc'siE. Corner of Seetlon l: Twn. 88 S nnd liunv,!,, n point! thence S. W to %  point: then,.i-:. and paiall.-l to 1„Si-ctton line, lfl.81 to toe point of liettinnliw; axcepl toe B. • ,,|the i: sothereof. I, you fall in file your nnwerwUh ,,, ,-1,.,-u ,„ %  the above Btyted %  %  ,,„ ,,r before November -'-. %  'a 6 %  .,,,'. will i "i.T-i r^lnjtsrou. I I;UK CIVIL roCRT OF RECORD NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 64C 11616 lANTK MI'NOIfH.I, Plaintiff, \ -' • I.I.V Ml'NOH il.l I >,-i, nilant. SUIT FOR DVORCE TO: KAL.LY Ml'NlllOI.I 6.1I7 i:..sev. li Avenue M, i, li.i i,i \ 111.-. N> .I.i.> You, SALLY MCNOIOL.I, are hi i; ; i„ „,..ifi.-.l that a BUI of C plain ,,.,invoice liaI filed IIKHIIIHI IUII, and you are required to Berve ;, ,,,,, v of your Answer or I'lendlnu to the I ••ill of Complalnl on iii>Pliun, "ff'a attorney, CrBtlBTIK ANR LF.V1 BNSTEIN. HI" <'""' 1 w *v M U *, ml l i.;,„i,i:, Mi43. and file the prlfllnnl Aiiawer or Piendlna In the office of tli,. Clerk of the Circuit Court on >.i i,,,,,,,. the --M.-.I da>of November, l,i-.l If von fail to do so. judgment l,v default "ill be taken against you f„iiliiwMnf demanded in tn.mil f -^r!:':^ shall .,pnbUahed once : each week for four f" RSSraiv W I in THE JKWIBH Fl.< HtllUAN. IKiVK AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thbj *Ut day or Ootober, *E. ?' I.t-ATIH-.UMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Daile County. Florida (Circuit Opu .^> T ,YMAN. Deputy Clerk 1 I'lirtlSTIK IM' LEVENBTBIA 1414 Coral Way Miami, Florida S814SAttorneys for "alntlff^ J(> (] ,. „ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW StlTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In i.usin.-sunder the fletltloun nam. of Mil. I s BAR ai l-'V. Com I Way. Miami. Intends in register said nam. with ill.Clerk of the Circuit ourt of Dade County, Florida. \\li Mii: K BAILEY ST i .I %  11 EN K i-'.--i.i'i: Attoi m • for Applicant i5 %  • | : """a.sai:"ii IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADF cnijMTV FLORIDA IN CHANCERY N). f>4C 11347 tlBOBOE CASE, IMaintlff, \ i-\si:. NoTlCB BY PUBLICATION Ti i: Bets) %  % % % %  %  n Or. ensteln 2 .:. • 71 -i Stn • I nrnokl) n, N'e York yof \I:I: HEREBY NOTIFIED thai : Complaint for Klvorce has been filed against you and you are required to serve n cop) of youi An,\vp r ."i the Plaintiffs Attorneys, STol.AK .v MI'i'HNIt'K, 226 Hal Strei i Miami HMICII, Florldu, and file Hi., original Answer In tile Office ol the I'lerk ol the Circuit Court on pi before Hi-IMII da) "I November, l-'-iIf vou fail i-. .1no. the allegat s ,.r Bald Ci.midalnt will be taken as confessed b> you. HATED il'is nth Any "' "''' '• 'R ll LBATHERMAX, Clerk (Mall By: C. P. c.PKI.ANi' l >, put) Clerk 1(1 l-J3-30, 11 i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 11023 HELORF.S CERVELL1. Plaintiff. ALBERT ANTHONY CERVEI.l.t, Defendant. ^ SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ALBERT ANTHoNY i-,:i:\ I.I.I.I lii MI llni'-r Street Westhei rj. i Islniiu, N i. You ALBERT ANTHONY CERVl-i.i.i are heivb) notified thai •> Hill of Compl i to Hlvorci han 'filed Bgalnsl you, and you n quire serv. H MM.) '•'>"'"•,, A BWer or Pleading to ihe Hill ol malm on the Plaintiffs nttorne>, WILLIAM I tioLHWORN. 62, S.V -.; \v, i,u.-, Miami. Florida and n % %  the original Answei oi Pleading In the office ol the Clerk nl the ll Courl .-n or l i.-ithe -'";!i da) oi Novembi r, 1964. If you fail I Judgment b) defuilll udl be itgslnsl v.II loi tin ii II' f I" "' i,, ,|„. inn nl Complaint. This notice shall • %  puldlshwl one. each week for foui i "nsi c itlve i • uii, THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND iRDBRKD ill Mian I. Plorida, this 6th da) of lutoliei A l>. E. B LEATIIERMAN, Circuit Court, 1 'ad. i 'o ml I (seal) B) K. M I.VMAN 11, .ii ( i WI1.1AM .1 UOLDWORN 627 S VV. 27 Al • Miami, Fla. l-li |4."i-l.'i.".."i AH,,in, % for Plail Ifi enwnt iCORD FILE 2 OR All YOUR PERSONAL PA 4tiAsUE WITHOUT ens 'y '* <"""''' M 0^"^ fOV \0 WRITE rAfO* N\R^ mm 5503 N.W 3rd Sfrt. Miami. Florida .-.: YOUP PORTFOLIO WILL BE DELIVERED •..-. (•-.. M An-, Cost Whalsoever. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to "'WJ*' !,, business under the f|ctRIus names %  of BTA-BBITE, STA-BBITb. FLl, 0 ,*S Vs • | • \ I STA-BRITE II 1 > • tEHCFNT MANTFACTIR1NO A •>. STA-11R1TE KI.IHUa'BST MANI I\ -I-II:IM-. COMPANY, :..'' N.w, -, ,, street, Miami. Florida. Intends ,,, register said nam.uili il.Clerk of the Circuit Court of nade ''"'""• i-i'sTLK INI'.STKIKS. INCIIRPIIRATED ,i Florida corporation By: uTTii KATZ, I'M > %  '';.''' v •I'M lANinr. WALLER '•! I MAN Mtornevs for Castle Industries. ,,:.orpo,a..d. a .Florida corporal Ion 1N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64589 -B IN BJC: Esi an.of ELEANI IB II LH Nl %  NOT7CE"T'O CREDITORS To AH Creditors and All l'.-.sons Having Claims or Demands Against S: 'YO.| : -M'.'' : I..-I-.-I.V notified and re' qu i r ed to present any claims and deC d esta M£j cSusitr. and file Ae same In dui.1%  ,,.,,,. R nu ;l provided In Sect on^7SS.16. ,..,,., ,,i ; Statutes, in their ';l""~ the Count! Courthouse i" ''•','• I;:,,,,,,. Piorlda, within six oal*nda, months from the time ol the rinrt 'imMi.a.ion hereof, or ti..same will "•i.!;,;""!,. Miami. Florida, mis 13th flay of October, A.I | 4 -„ 1 ... ROSALYN A ROSENMAN, As Administratrix Cum Testament.. Annexo First publication of this notlci H-d das of n,iol..-r. 1SS4. A tAV t'lHSTOl. attorney for" Admlnletratrlx cum 1 Testamento Annex,. ,,2l N.E. is. Ave., Mtoml !* %  „„ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREB-Y lilVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage m business uii.ier the fi.-.iltioiiH ":"•''',; \l.s COZY CORNER at 1S5 N.E. 14ih sii.,i. Miami. Florida, Intends W register suld name With the i.lerk ol th.Circuit i.'uiirt of Dade county, K "'':V'A, : ,.NA,..EK..MCTT.-:K Sol.I Ittll.-V Ooldmnn, Ooldstein *.Paciiler Attorneys for Registrant 401 u.-si Hauler St. Miami. Ciorioa 10/S-16-2S-S0 NOTICE TO CREDITORS, IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA: "N PROBATE. NO. 63,817-B IN RE: ESTATE "I ABRAHAM I. 8KOP, To All' I'V.-'diioi's. legatees, DlatrlI ,1,-,-s Btid Persons Having Any Culfrng or Oemanda Against Bald K Y.u and each of you are hereby ,„,,!,„.,, thm you are required b) law to present any claims and demands which yon. or eltoei of y;-u. ma) have agulnsi the estate m' Abraham l. Skop, deceased, late o( Bald County "• il"County Judge ol Dade County, Florida, at his office hi the courl house ol end ount) ,i Miami. Florida, within six months from "he ii'" l "" ,i,M !"', ,,|K ":. „ no' his notice. Each claim or flemand -'.all lw In writing In dupllSotV. and -hall state the Place of residence and post office address of ,,,. i.,i,„ ; uit. and shall be sworn to i,, the claimant, his agent, oi nis attorney, and any such claim or denuind nol so flleJl shall he void. Mi'ltRIS A. BKOP \v executor of the Last Win ami Testament of Abraham l.. Skop, deceased, A I.YIN' B. /.A 1. 1. A. Esq. West Palm Beach, Florida Attorney for Executor rtrhl publlcaUon: Oct. 9. ^M*. ;| IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64533-B l\RE; Kstate •-• Mi iRRIF LIPTl 'N '"N'OT'ICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Haying cinims ... i..man, is Against h You are hereto notified and required t„ presenl any claims and demands which you ina) hayeagaim the estate of MoBRIS I.UTOM deceased late of Dade County, Mori a, t„ the County Judges of Made < ount). Mid CUe the sume In iluidi. -ate and St provided in motion 73J.18, Worldii statutes, in their offices n the County Oourthouse In Dude i ounty. rloridii, within six calendar months ironi the time of the first publication hereof, or the sain.will be tarred. Dated at Miami. Florida, tins Ml. day ut October, Al' *4. LOUIS R. FOREMAN As Executor First publication of ibis notice on the Uth diiy oi October, 1S.S4 JOBH ltKciir.N" Attorney for Executor 1870 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, Fin. in 16-23-30, 11 '• IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C "018 SYLVIA ROBERTS, Plaintiff vs. LEWIS' ROBERTS, 'NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: LEWIS in .DEBTS .I i') Bosi nl'.-i 1813 Avenue /• Brooklyn, New York Yon are hereto notified thai a i OMIM.M.NT FOB ANNULMENT "1 iMABBlAOE hibeen broughl against vou, and you are required to s, rv. a cony of >o,i, iinswi r or other res| so thereto '..n the plaintiffs attorney, Stunle) il Richard, Sou Llmoln Bond. Miami Beach. Florida, 3|3! and rile tl rlginal answer oi pleading tn the ottk .e ,.f the CUrk of the Circuit Court „„ ,„ before the 13th da) of Nov. .: bar l64i Otherwise, the all.-uatn.ns ,,i th,said Complhlnl will be taken as confessed bi you. Dated al Miami, Florida, tins Bth 1 day of October, 1964. E. B. LEATHEBMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade Count) .Hoi-ldu (seal. By: J. V CAVANAOH UeuUtS Uerk io/l..l-M-SO oil 13 .PtCIAl ENVELOPE5 TO .•iil\ and Tetfamenf I'eur's Income To* Report *ipt tisf of AiJefi ia| Wijforifs%  Jithtt with Speciol form ice Policies Sofa Depot!* Box .istoooltt for Bonfc A have filed our Final Report ami Petition for Distribution anil Final IM"etanwM executors of the estate o SAMUEL LEVIN, deceased: anil that named d dent. This 16th d.i> oi ""'APElVvr LEVIN ROBBMAN BENJAMIN LEVIN it|,'|.\'|V I A >' •'*< of OEOROH, AMES ft RITTER tttornevs for K ntoro ..,,-. Riecayne BiillillM w „i i"' i"i. %  • %  streel Miami. Flot i.i 1 -,, ,, .-. i-. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64534-C in RE; Estate of BENJAMIN IRCDNICK, NOTICTT'O CREDITORS To Ml Creditors and AM Persons Having Claims or Deroands Against Wl You ure^hereby notified and required i -esenl any claims and jNICK deceased late of Dade County. Vloiida t" the County .Indites 'f Dad" bounty, and file >" n si ''",", i( ,„,;,„,.. .,,,,1 „s provided in S got ion js: in. Florida Statutes, in tbtt ocfi,-..s in the County Courthouse In h.de County. Florida, within six calendar months from toe ttone of th, fir-i publication hereof, or the S:, !V;,ed i, !.. ,,, Nln\"!,i:' 'F.oii.la. this 2nd <1 ^"':"";V;;AN.^E I JU..NICK As Administratrix First publication of this notice on ti„...th day of October, 1964. IIKKALU SII.VEHMAN Attorney for Administratrix 9i:i Alnslev Building, Miami It. Florida ^ n m IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1 1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10832 HAROLD BEAVER, Plaintiff, W1LMA JEAN BEAVER, NOTICE" BY PUBLICATION %  I'll: WILMA JEAN |:E.\\ l-.K. o Mrs. M '' Herslllielgel. R I-' D. No. 2 Bockwood, Pennsylvania YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce hus been filed against you. and you are required to file an Answer or heading with the Clerk of tota Court, and to serve S <*>y 0 toe Plaintiffs Attorney. Ephralm illiis Hio T'.uh street Causeway, Miami Beach, rlorldaMlH. or or before the Uth day of November, ISM. or Judgment by default will be Liken against you for the relief de""l>ONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 1st day of Oottber, A "^ B. WEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida l-.v K. M. I.Y.MAN, Deputy Clerk in :•, is, is, so NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thKl the underalgned, desiring, to engage in buslnesunder the fl.t.iio.is nanu,.f EL ENi'A.IE at Bl N.E Wl Avenue, Miami, Intend i" Wlstei snicl num.with the Clerk ol the Clr, ,i Courl of Dade County, Florida '"v K OENEBAL MERCHANDISE DIHTRIBI'TORS. INC. 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Friday, October 23, 1964 vJewisii noridiar Page 3-B At the first board meeting of the season of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital, the following volunteers were "capped" after completing their training as service aides. Seated (left to right) are Sylvia Levy, Ida Ochstein, Sylvia Sprintz, Lori Storz, Helga Koenigsberg, Alice Reinheimer, Natalie Halpert, Yetta Ess.ig. Back row (left to right) are Josie Baumann, Peggy Anolik, Helen Katz, Nettie Lefkowitz, Ruth Weisen, Betty Weinberg, Florence Davis, Svlvia Cohen, Irene Kaplan, Charlotte Vogel. Gertrude Bauer. Not shown are Service Aide Chairman Mrs. Morris Goodman, and Registered Nurse Instructors Mrs. Gilbert Fein and Mrr.. Stanley Cohen. Vice chairmen of service aides are Mrs. Howard Ayares, Mrs. Charles Gettleman, and Mrs. Martin KurzweiJ. Service aides receive training which permits them direct patient contact. Miami BB Women In Many Functions Mrs. David Sachs, president oi B'nai B'rith Women's Council of Miami, announces that an AntiDefamation League meeting and workshop was held last Thursday ai the home of Mrs. Rose Galton, Chairman, 3035 SW 16th St. Geared to train women to perform the •Dolls for Democracy'" program schools and libraries, the workip was conducted by Pat Summers, ADL chairman of the Council. • 3 West Miami Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women held a regular meeting last Wednesday at Town Hall in West Miami. Mrs. Louis Jeroslow, president, introduced Martin Yellen, who spoke on Miami's sister city in South America Shalom Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women's regular meeting was held Tuesday at Chase Federal in Kendall. ImtS A children's play, "Cinderella," ""was given on Friday. Oct. 16. at the Cutler Ridge Auditorium Mrs. Mark Fuchs is president of the chapter. Beach Girl Named Honorary Brandeis Scholar Nancy J. Drosd, a Brandeis University senior from Miami Beach, has been selected as a Louis D. Brandeis Honorary Scholar. She is one of 12 undergraduates so honored by the university. Miss Drosd, a fine arts major, is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph Drosd, of 4410 Nautilus Dr. The honor is awarded annually to students who have Dean's list standing and" who, in the opinion of the university's Administrative Committee, deserve special recognition for scholastic attainment. % The students are selected from each of the three upper classes. The award was established in 1950, two years after the rounding of the university. ^^^ Mrs. Mark Rubin and Mrs. Stanley Rosenberg were co-chairmen, arid -Airs. Martin Lcvinson -Kini'd in Hie title role. (Irs. Sol Greenberg, president Ol Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women conducted a meeting on Tuesday evening at llillel [louse on the University of Miami campus. Arthur Phillips, professor oi humanities at the Univeritj ol Miami gave a talk on the United Nations. • Regular meeting of the Anne Frank Cnapter was held Tuesday noon at the Park Lane Cafeteria. On Tuesday, at 1:30 p.m., the chapter will hold a paid-up membership tea at the Golden Fountain Restaurant, Flaglcr St. and 22nd Ave • • At the Gilbert J. Balkin Chapter meeting on Wednesday evening, at Everglades Elementary School, Mrs. Robert Friedman will conduct a workshop on making Chanuka decorations and gifts. The first fund-raising affair of the season will be a fashion show at the Roney Plaza Hotel on Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. Mrs. Kenneth Berman, president, announced that the Fashion Show Committee is headed by Mrs. Jake Froug. Theme will be based on the opening of the race at Tropical Park. Roni Martin Dress Shop in Dadeland Shopping Center will provide the styles featuring Adrian Thai's furs, Louis and Fred's Beauty Salon will create the coiffeurs. SOe Sternberg. of Ch. 7, will do the commentating. Fashions wuT be modeled by Mrs. Marshall Fursham, Mrs. Jerry Neuman, Mrs. Fred Feigenbaum, Mrs. Ainslee R. Ferdie, Mrs. Werner Sommer, Mrs. Charles Ferber, Mrs. Ted Goldstein, Mrs. Jake Froug, Mrs. Samuel Mostel, Mrs. Harold Lang, Mrs. David Wise Mrs. Sherwin Givel, Mrs. Jerome Schneider, Mrs. Seymour Weinstein, Mrs. Joseph Perlman, Mrs. Abe Levy and Mrs. Samuel 1'esin. Aged Home Sets Auxil£ery Meet Greater Miami Women's Auxi iary, Jewish Home for the Agei will hold its iw.\t monthly meeting oij Tuesday, 12:30 p.m„ at the A giers Motel. Meeting will be dedicated to th! Sidney App;>l Medical Fund whic helps pay for the increased me< lcai nceus ol the residents at th Home. With Hie Home filled t capacity by some 200 aged res dents, the medical requirementbecome more expensive annually Mrs. Nathan Katz is chairman I thkmg expert, gave • .luce day course in magic way to prepare and serve foods and food Eanta ies in Burdine's Miami Store, Men's ('.rill, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Included were holiday and spe iol 0C< ..-; %  ''•. recipes .-.lull a-: Ha • i n, cornucopias tor Thanks* ing, ruffled "hero" sandwic lor the football season, cigarettt liard'oeuvres, rolled croutes, t< • ii aloes ocho rios, and a vegetabl surprise. Course al.-o included insstrui tions on how to make profesSional-looking paper flowers. Assortinq the semi-finalist entries in the art contest of the "Temple Emanu-El Religious School are (left to right) Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt, chairman of artists sales; Mrs. Harry A. Levy, PTA vice president; Mrs. Sam Luby Jr., PTA president. Winners will be selected at the PTA bruncheon on Wednesday. Art Show Dates Through Nov. Mrs. Sam Luby Jr.. president, PTA of Temple Emanu-El, announced that the art show scheduled to open at the bruncheon on Wednesday. 11 a.m., at Westview Country Club, will be extended. Due to the wide interest aroused throughout the area, additional showings have been arranged for Nov. 1, 2, and 8. On these dates, the exhibit will be viewed by groups holding affairs at Westview Country Club, as well as groups from all organizations within the Temple. ISi i ARTHRITIS! FOR THE CARE OF ARTHRITICS...ALL FOR YOU: 100-room modern hotel in the heart of the Greater Miami Area • Convenient to all activ.t.es Tult American Plan (3 meals daily) • Salt water pool, private beach • Fully-equipped Medical Pavilion ror further details, consult your physician oi wiite Ambulatory Cuesls Only, Please jtr RESORT DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN JWYA Will Note Anniversory Murray Solomon Auxiliary 243, Jewish War Veterans of the Unition of new members and a Bas Mitzvah year at an open meeting on Tuesday, 8:30 p.m., with obligation of new members an a Bas Mitzvah party honoring all Auxiliary past presidents. The meeting will be at the Minyonaires, 3737 Bird Rd. Known as Coral Gables Auxiliary when it was chartered in August. 1!51, the Auxiliary name was .changed in l!.'-";<> to honor the late Murray Solomon. World War II Veteran. Past presidents to be honored are Mrs. George Nathanson, Mrs. Buddy Logue, Mrs. Paul Silverston, Abraham Michaelson, Mrs Kelvin Morris, Mrs. Mike Cohen. MrNorman Levine, all of Miami. Mrs. Alan Bornstein, now living in c'ahioinia. and Mrs, Sidnej Lowe; of Charleston, S.C. Mrs. Moe Zipper is president at the present time. *MERMNG* See Page 16-B The show will feature the work of some of Miami's leading artists and sculptors. Bernard Davis, president of the Miami Museum of Modern Art, will supervise the exhibit and serve as judge of 150 paintings, the semi-linalist winners of an art contest sponsored lor the children of the Temple Emanu-El Religious School. They will be shown in a clothesline display and 'blue ribbons" will be awarded the winners. PTA Scholarship Fund will benefit from the purchase of any art work at the show. Tickets for I the bruncheon and art show are available at Temple Emanu-El office. Ailuti Education Series Temple Sinai's adult education -cries will commence on Sunday at 8:30 p.m. A series of five lee tures on Judaism and modcr. medicine will be given by a qual • lied physician, starting with Dr. Stanford Cuoke. who will speak on "Aspects ol Diet and Dicta r Law." NEW! FREE! A REVISED EDITION OP FAMOUS 24-YEAR HEBREW-ENGLISH CALENDAR AU Hthirir daita—day* of Ike ueek— eqiiimliiil Englith dates —I9!,.i in 1987—Jewish hoUdayt (o 1178. This Calendar absolutely free to


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Page 12-A +Jewisti ftcrldHam Friday, October 23. 1964 Feldman to Get Award Sunday; Sen. Morse Slated Heijjuin. Eeldiruin, a.foiindcw :\n\ first president of Temple Belli \m, will be honored Sunday even.it the Temple Both Am-Israel Dinner of State at the Dora] Country Club, with noted statesman and friend of Israel. Sen. Wayne Horse, as guest speaker. Announcement that Sen. Morse Mould make the presentation of the Israel Heclemption Award to Keldman and be guest speaker of the evening was made by Rabbi Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard, spiritual leader of the Temple, and Phil Revitz, dinner chairman. In addition to serving as first president of Temple Beth Am, Feldman has been chairman of the Board of Trustees, chairman of the Building Committee and chairman of the Fund-Raising Committee. He served as the chairman of the first Temple Beth Am Israel Bond Dinner in •' i960 and again in 1961. Sen. Morse, an outspoken lib-j >rj 1, has been a staunch friend of the State of Israel in the Sen-, >te A leading member of the Senite Foreign Relations Committee, Set'. Morse is an exponent of the building up of underpriveleged nations in the world through mvestne its and economic assistance. A one-time professor of law. Morse entered the political arena i is a Republican. He resigned om the party in 1952 and later i joined the Democratic Party. The presentation of the Israel j lemption Award will be made o Herman Feldman "in recoaniion of hiyears of service in Jew-h life." Preparations for the dinner been made by a Committee %  Hosts, with Phil Revitz. bus-, and community leader, servas chairman. 'Living Hebrew" Resumes on TV "Living Hebrew," television program sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, over S'tation WTHS, Ch. 2. will begin its sev-j enth year on Thursday. Nov. 5, at 7 p.m.. according to an an-, nouncement of Joseph Cohen, president of the Bureau. The 15 broadcasts on Thursday, evenings this year will feature the study of the Hebrew language through selections from IMrke Aboth, -The Ethics of the Fathers." Instructor will be Louis SttaM-artzinan,executive director of the Bureau, assisted by Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. consultant of the Bureau, in story editing, and Gregory Zvi Rosenkranz in art work. "Living Hebrew is the first liebrew language program to be televised throughout the entire country. GIVE YOUR CHILDREN A JEWISH EDUCATION Send them to: The David Pinski Folk School 846 Washington Ave., Miami Beach FREE TRANSPORTATION Tel. JE 8-1002 LEARN HEBREW THE MODERN WAY also I BAR MITZVAH PREPARATION I by experienced teacher I UN 5-3721 „ „ Planning the Temple Beth Am-Israel Dinner of State are Chairman Philip Revitz and Mrs. Revitz as they congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Keiman Feldman on his being named to receive the Israel Redemption Award at the dinner on Sunday evening at the Doral Country Club. Adult Lectures At Beth David Beth Dav'd will inaugurate a series of eight adult lectures and discussion sessions on Tuesday The lectures will be held every Tuesday from 9 to 10 p.m., in the new school building at Beth David in conjunction with the Bureau of lewish Education. The public is invited to attend. Rabbi Eliezer A. I.evi. of Miami, will lead the group in the scries. which will include eight weekly topics of inter1. Rabbi Levi, a student of the University of Toronto and the Jewish Theological Seminary, and a veteran of pulpits in several cities throughout the nation, as well as Sidney Austrila, appeared at Befh David last year. Topics will be: Oct. 27 — "Is There a Jewish Vote: Has it Been Effective?" Nov. 10 — "Our Teen-agers: Why Interdate?" Nov. 17 — intermarriage—Can it Succeed?" Nov. 24 — -The Jewish Home— What are You Contributing?" Dec. 1 — 'Is the Synagogue the Center of Judaism?" RA28I ELIEZER LEVI Dec. 8 — fective?" "Prayer — Is it EfDec. 15 — "Prepare Your Child." 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Friday. October 16, 1964 +Jenisti flcricfibi/n Friday, October 23, 1964 "My Fair Hebrew Academy Lady" will be the theme of the annual membership brunch to be held by the Hebrew Academy Women on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at the Deauville Hotel. Mrs. M. H. Rosenhouse, membership chairman, is shown here with her committee. Standing (left to right) are Mcsdames Charles Simon, M. H. Rosenhouse, Irving Firtel, and seated, Joseph Shapiro, Jack Gerson and Jack Buchsbaum. Social Security Office for Beach From his Washington office, Congressman Dante Fascell announced Tuesday the opening ol a new %  S atellite" Social Security Office in Miami Beach. It is anticipated the office will be open for business on Nov. l. 11 will be at 1234 Washington Ave., housed in the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association building. It will serve a large number of Beach residents who, live in both the Third and Fourth Congressional Districts. A study which has been conducted over the past seven weeks indicates that at the present time 22 percent of the visitors in the Miami downtown district office come from Miami Beach. During] the season it rises to 30 percent of the district office workload. Ac j cording to the 1960 census, the population of Miami Beach was 63,145. Of this number, 17,777, or 28 percent, were 65 years of age or older. It is expected that the new Miami Beach office will handle about 100 visitors a day at this time. During the season, it is expected that 180 to 290 people a day will visit the now Miami Beach office. The office will begin with a staff of four people, two of whom wiil be claims representatives who are technical experts on Social Security problems. The other staffers will be contact representatives who are persons experienced in interviewing and taking information from the public. Southgate ttadassah Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg, president Of the Southgate Group ot lliidassah. announces a paid-up membership party in the Terrace Boom of Southgate Towers on Monday at 1 p.m. New members and life members will be honored. Mrs. Morris Parker is hostess, and Mrs. Charles Krupt is chairman of membership. Menorah Men To Open Season Temple Menorah Men's Club will open its current year's activity on Sunday night with a social program entitled 'Curtain Up" in the Temple's Social Hall. The opening project, featuring eminently famous entertainers, win be free to Men's Club members and their wives. Ben Krovetz, president, will conduct a special program. "Another Season—Another Reason," which will introduce every member listing his business occupation and his background. The Temple Men's Club motto is "All Israel is united in a bond of fellowship," and the "Curtain Up" program aims to promote friendship and socialibility for the men of the community. Star of the Night Club circuit, Eddie Schaffer, will be featured guest artist. Men's Club of Temple Menorah has an active program planned for the coming year. In addition to the youth debates, school picnic and regular monthly meeting, the club will feature the Brotherhood Breakfast Series on Sunday mornings, featuring interesting speakers on interesting subjects. The first in the series of the Brotherhood Breakfasts will be held Nov. 15. On Nov. 22. a special Blood Bank drive will tike place to replenish the blood supply for Temple Menorah's membership. LEONARD miNSTtIN Men's Club Plans < To Help Home Men's Club of the Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida, under the guidance of President Leonard Weinstein. will hold its first meeting of the 1964-63 season on Tuesday evening in the DiLido Hotel. Weinstein and members c£ activities committees will present plans for a series of novel "party" functions and special affairs designed to make the Men's Club one of Miami Beach's leading social organizations, in addition to doing good work on behalf V the Jewish Convalescent Hone of South Florida. One of the highlights on Tuesday night's agenda will be discussion and plans for the proposed Chamber Concert Saturday Night Friends of the Chamber Music of Miami will present the Borodin Quartet at the season's first concert in the tenth annual subscription series. Program will be Saturday evening, 8:30 p.m., at the White Temple in Miami. Program will feature Quartet No. 2 in D major, Borodin; Quartet No. 8 in C minor, Shostakovich; and Quartet No. 14 in C sharp minor, Beethoven. Members include Rosticlav Doubinsky, first violin; Yaroslav Alexandrov, second violin; Dimitri Shebalin, viola; and Valentin Berlinsky, celk). Cedars Will Mark 3rd Anniversary Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will celebrate its third anniversary on Nov. 19 with an employee's party, it was announced this week by President Harry L. Lewis. The S6 million community hospital opened its doors on November 19. 1961. and has since been operating at near capacity, he said. Adath Yeshurun Expands Facilities Temple Adath Yeshurun announces the completion of a spacious and modern sports area including baseball field, tennis and basketball courts. This is in keeping with varied facilities being offered to students for CO-CUrricular and extra-curricular outdoor activities. Other act'' ities available to Temple Studi its incl d< chorus. dramatics and special interest groups for after school recreation. Yehuda Segaf. >, edUcation director of the Temple, is in charge of all youth activities. Martin Knobel. chairman. Board of Education, states that 'Temple Adath Yeshurun is meeting the increased enrollment by offering widely expanded facilities to maintain the highest standards lor the school and its students." Nursery School and Kindergarten, Hebrew and Sunday School of Temple Adath Yeshurun are open to non-members, as well as members of the Temple. Levitt Named Secretary Ronald Levitt, Coral Gable", public relations executive, has been elected secretary of the Florida Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. PRSA is the international, professional organization composed of leading public relations counselors. Examine Taxes, Poston Says Ralph Poston. candidate for the State Legislature. Group 2, has called for a complete new look at the State's tax structure 1 "in order that everyone pays a fair hare." Poston. Miami businessman, said that if Florida's tax structure were updated, he was confident •that there could be greater economy both in government "-pending and in taxation." '•Certainly I would hope that the next legislative session look seriously at the question of where the tax dollar is coming from and where it is being -pent," Poston said. Pre-EJeciion Talk Speaking at a "Pre-Election PowWow." State Legislator Lee Weissenborn and Attorney Jack McKay Jr., were guests of the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, at a meeting at the Southwest Jewish Center on Wednesday evening. BAGELS FOR At a meeting of the parents of the Temple Beth Sholom Nursery School this week, Mrs. Ruth Frankenstein, family life consultant, holds a "Meet the Press" on the subject of "Your Child and Your Family." Discussing the event are (left to right) Mrs. William Goldworn, Mrs. Robert Schwedel, Mrs. Allan Wilson, Nursery School PTA chairman, who served as "members of the press," and expert, Mrs. Frankenstein. The Beth Sholom K.-rsery School, directed by Mrs. Diana Simon, is open to children between the ages of 3 to 5. 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October 23, 1964 +JknvMi fTtT'rSdirjir} Page 5-A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Should Rabbis Interfere in Politics? idinq the recent dedication of a Library-Conference Room < Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute at Miami were Chuck Hall; Mrs. Robert Stainbrook, Woman's Corps nt; Mrs. Mary Papanicolaou, widow of the Institute : James Albert, president of the Institute Board of Diand Miami City Commissioner Alice Wainwriqht. The the room to the Woman's Corps, fund-raising orqanizathe Institute, was made by the Board of Directors of the in eel e tie* and %  Bi ndeis Zionists Have Installation v nisi Organization ol Beach held its annual i. ,,i!on of newly-elected olfinily in Washington Fed.in..and Loan Associa. Normandy Dr. intents w e re served, ied mush al program was fi ad b> Cantor Saul II ccompanied by Josi-pli u Eug %  e Labovitz, of TernTamid, Installed the .;. • • ted i llicers. ... Rid ication direc • i an id, former sub redirector oi Young Judaea dircOtl i <>l several temthe Greater Miami area, bt speaker, •lected officers are Isaac president; Max Raskin. Frank. Dr. Herman Ausu%  %  : %  Berni-rd Katz, vice pies iden>" mniir..; secretary. There sa I'ol: financial secretary-, ||iy. %  -le-el; treasurer, Richard ;man. bard of Directors are Cantor >'. Breeh, Morris Minov. Dr. |K Zuckerbraun, Maurice L. ZaMsk\ Abraham Grossman, isaK Riffkin, Git Rappaport. Harry %  Caplan. past president Joseph Kahn, Ezra Finegold, past and honorary president. Maurice L. Zaretsky, w a s chairman of the evening. Max Raskin is program chairman of the Brandeis Zionist Organization. EDITOR. TS-.i them with the prophets or the apostles of old. withcot hav>ng any b?is for such reverence. The clergyman of today is no less subject to the exigencies of cur t>i >e and no less influenced by the materialism of our age than oth-: %  ... They are in the main paid staff, and reachir.j cut for power, are no less prone than any oth?r citizen to be wron-j in their fears and conclusions. In the 1032 national campaign, I heard a rabbi from the pulpit who during services, warned the eon gregantS that Gen. Eisenhower is the American Hindenburg whose election would bring an American Hitler to power. Ol course, he had no basis lor such statements ex cept lor partisan purposes. :i. No one questions the duty oi HI clergy to take a vigorous stand on moral is i s, and it should be ail through the year, and not just at election time. However, most ol them an uralively speaking color blind, and cannot see the line of demarcation bi noral and political Issues. Their childhood pn indices and imp.es ns co tai 11; come to the fore. ., i louding the tr ability to be ob jective. As a deeplj interested person in Judaism spi cui< ally, and religion generally, would caution the rlergj to bev are of their congri nation's rea< tion winch will eventually express itself against them tin reli in they preach I have heard it said by highlj re'i i afl lit ; b hip *'to the po! out of thi r< .. I and let I %  %  said rush in where an] ar to tread. LEON J. ELL Miami Beach Jewish Books Now on Display At Libraries Boolo with Jewish backgrounds nre displayed in special exhibits al the Main Miami Public Libra and several branches during Jewish Book Month. The Wesl Hauler Branch of the library has a pi rmanent display of "Books oi Jewish Interest ." This includes books of fiction and non-fiction, among them Harry Simonhoff's new book, "The Chosen One:" "Mila 18" and "Exodus," by Leon Uris; Philip Roth's award-winning "Goodbye, Columbus;" "For the Love of Me," by Robert Briscoe; Mildred G. Bellin's Jewish Cookbook:' and (he "Art ot Jewish Cooking," by Jennie Grossinger. .!'. 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In 1836, the Roses emigrated to the United States. Ernestine, the rebel, found much to rebel against in her adopted country. Women in the United States were legally on a par with infants, idiots and lunatics. Ernestine launched headlong into the campaign for women's rights. An eloquent, witty speaker, she became one of the foremost orators of the day. With the leading intellectuals of the day, she worked for the rest of her life on behalf of legal and political equality for women and the abolition of slavery. "The slave she helped to free from the bondage of ownership, and the minds she had set free from the bondage of authority were the glad and proud remembrance of her last days." This tribute to Ernestine Rose from theeulogy delivered at her funeral in 1892 best sums up the life work of a great spirit. P. LORILLARD COMPANY ESTABLISHED 1760 First with the Finest Filter Cigarettes through Lorillard research



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October 23, 1964 +Jmlst) Meridian Page 15-B lyllcs Samet ( 39 Passes Away Phyllis 0. Sainet, of 5.951 -.h St.. died Oct. It. Riverside. J.OM0N. Mrs. Hermanle, 76, nf fn Collins Ave. Service* In New fork City. Newman. )SS, Mrs. Mary. SS, of 4r.2." Colis Ave, iii.'ti Oct. is. Service* Nfw York City. Riverside. ILlvlAN. F.llis. 7>I. of 9264 May Dr., Bed Oct. IV Riverside. %  ER. Mrs. Gertrude. 6:!, of 1710 Jerldinn Ave. Riverside. ARM IN E, Mrs Loevy R.. 67. of Ison Bay Rd. Riverside. lAPIRO. Mrs. Lillian. 66. of 733 foltlns Ave. Services in New York Newman. 4GER, Mrs. Reekie. 78. of 8333 JyroTi Ave. Blusherg. Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alton Kii Imerean Medical Center [Mrs Jules ft'eston, president of ral Chapter. American Medical Inter of Denver, announces a Dcheon and fashion show at the hy Boy Club, 7701 Biscayne td., on Wednesday noon. ChairIn of the fund-raising affairs is Is. Irving Rubinstein, who is in charge of reservations. LtGAL NOTICE .ii THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL ClrlCUIT JF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNI'V. IN CHANCtKY No. 64C 11163 THE UII.LIAMSUI in. n SAV1NUS ...V.\K. I Ma ill! iff. VS. JAMES B. MOYER, el ux. I '1'liin.niil.-. NOTiCE. OF SUIT TO: Janus E Moyer and Madeline M. Ml'>.|. ||i.S Will. K,'. .|,|, III,; L'nknown, ami If remarried, their unknown spouses. If living, ami i ...i,< ii,. uilSllown Inns, devil • %  -. legatees, grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors, trusi'..", iiiii.i' claimants clulmIna b.vthrough, under >i against any of Ilia above mimed defendants who are deceased. You an hereb> notlfieil thai the above capl oned action has been Instituted against you in ih* Circuit 'nun of iiu Eleventh Judli lal !lri'.,i( nf l-'li>'ill. i in .Hal lui' I'.uii' Coun\ in fore. Ionn muriatic* imofi ;li, following described real property: Lot II in 1.,1.,-K I i>, L<-.r. .,i.\.sOR, according i" Hi,rial thereof, recorded in I'lal v Hook .'•:: ai r.i : %  i ,,i Hi,. Public it, eords of Dade County. Florida. V,n are i • 'itilred to %  '" %  '.—"""-i\.pieudlns to plaintiff's complaint '" !>. %  i lei I of III" aim s.,in l ,,,n 1, atiii serve .1 cop] thereof upon plain.1,, ultorno MARTIN FINE. Dude •' ral I'.oUdlng. Miami, Florida 33131, not later than November 23. 1964, or a Decree Pro Confesso will I,, %  II • 1 % %  >l aealnst j nu. %  DATED October 21, 1964. R. I!. LKATHKRMAN. t'lerk "i the Circuit Courl By: K, M. I.YMAN Denuty Clerk MARTIN I'lNl-: 1 "1.1.1 -'. %  ." %  1 Rnlldlng Miami. Florida 33131 I" 23, 30, II '6, IS IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA NO. 6J — tW* BUZACETH I! MAI.UNK. I'lainlill, i:rssi:r.i, .1. Hl'RERT and PAl'I.INE HI'liEKT. Ills wife. Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You. Itl'SRELL. .1. Hl'I'.KKT and PAIX1NE IllKKItT. his wife, 1315 tieedom Road, Habertown, Pennsyl\..in.', are hereby notified that a suit for ilaimvges lias been Instituted against you together with a 's Pendi'iis on your property described as: S 80' HI the N. 846' of th,. VS. 130.81' of the following lands: Reclnnln* at n point v". N. of 15S4.S4" W. of the S.E. Corner of Section I". T\v|,. ",:l S. .ni'i Kanve •11 K. Dade County, Florida, run M Ti;:,•• noli"' Ibeive iBn.Kr to a point: thence 8. 753' to a point: theme K. and parallel to the Kectlon line, ifii.sr to the point of lieglnninc; except the S. too' ni the E. 80/ thereof. It von fall in file your answer with the Clerk nf the above styled I'onrt. on or before November S3. 1961 a default "ill be entered against yon. I.KKK, CIVII, OOl'RT OP I'.KCORP By JIM HANSON 1 1, 30, 11 '6. IS LEGAL NOTICb CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUT.ON IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATfc OF FLORIDA 'In Al.l. TO U 10,.,, 1 ttEHE PRESENTS SHALL ".UK. 1.1:1:1: ri.NiS: VVhireas, ERNEST I.IN'KA. CORAL liABl.LS, KLOlllDA; HELEN LAWRENt'E, MIAMI, Kl.ulll I >.\ I. I:\.IA.\II.\ KAMEN, MIAMI. I-I.IIK11 'A. iii.l on the H.1I1 da} of Oct r, A.I 1. 1 !•-". 1.'. cause to be Incorporated nn.i.r 1I1, laws of the S.ate of F'lorIdn ROBERT 1:1.All: CLOTHES, INC., a corporation, with iis prlnciiuil pla, • of business at Miami. Bade County, in the Suite of Plot-Ida. and >'ii.'iea> BPC'I corporation iliil on the : ".ill ilav of 1 i.'ti.l,,!'. A.li |64, cause to be filed in the office of the Secre(arj of State "i the State nl h'lorlila. the documentar> authorit> required under Section 00S.27, Rlorldu StaIftes, showinu the dissolution of uuch ,.1 por iiinii. Now, therefore, the Secretary "( .'; ii. H ili„-> li. 1 < i,.. ,ii i:> in 1 he M ', %  1,4 I'llll thai lie 1 sal Isfiei LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlist the undersigned, desiring i" engace v business under the fictitious name "i JERRYS RESTAl'RANT al 8613 N.W %  -'L'nil Avenue, Miami. KUirids Intendr in regbiter s:ii,l name \\ith the Clerk of the Cireull Courl of Dade County, Florida. I.i 11.A M VE RUAUKWRLL Soli(twner h'ti phen !•' Kesaler, Attorney 831." I.".lelllle Rll, Coral 1 bibles, Florida in 16-23-30, 11 ii LEGAL NOTICE III 1 the reqtlll liaVi bei 11 .11 • 1.! IS iVITN 1.s reunlo HI 1 mj tin Hi, da> fixed Hi, Urea I Seal lorida, a' T11 lah >s ih. I IFTEENTH 1:11:. \.1. 1964, (SIOAL) Ii >.M A I'A.MS S,, 1, lui) of Slal in, inof Hie law i.-il with, \\'iii:i:i:"i I have hand and have afState "I 1 'apltal, "l'i 11" x: I;I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERF1RY GIVEN that | the undersigned, desiring to engn % %  in business under the fictitious • a 1:11.1 s BAR at IS.VI Coral Miami, Intends to register said with the Clerk of the Circuit HI 1 lade ''".in %  v, Florida, Wit MI'I! K BAILEY STKI'IIKV KKs-M,KI! for Applicant .Lull,Road, ''oral Clables in 16-33-80, 11 I All 231: irne 1., IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADF Cnu'lTV FLORIDA IN CHANCERY N>. 64C 11347 I1EOROK CASE, Plaintiff, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 11616 DANTE MCNOIOLI, Plaintiff, vs. SALLY MCNOIOLI. 1 lefi ndnnt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: S'ALLY MI'NiIlul.l 6387 Roosevelt Avenue Merchantvllle, New .1,1.-, > Yon. SALLY MCNOIOLI, are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint lor Divorce lias been filed against you, ami you are required to serve a ropy of your Answer or Pleading to tinBill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorn, v. CHRISTIE AM: LEVKXSTKIX, 1114 Coral Way, Miami, b'lurlda :::;ii",, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or In fore the 23rd day of November, I9G4. If you fall to do so. Judgment l.v default will lie taken against you for the r.iiof demanded in the Uill of Complaint. Tins 11..,.,.< %  shall lie published one,each week for four consecutive weeks in THK JKWISH F'T.Ol'.IDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, l-'lori'la. this 2lt day of October, A.D. l'.'\. E. I: I.EATIIEKMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Daile County, Flori'la, (Circuit Court Seal) By: K. M. I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk CHRISTIE AND I.EVENSTEI.V 1414 Coral Way Miami. Flori'la Ml 4.1 Attorneys for Plaintiff in L':l. SO, 11 1'.. 13 BETSY CASE. Defendant. NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION Tl': Betsy < 'a--. ., 1 :i %  • ensteln 3033 % %  7 l-i Street I'.i klyn, New York VOl" ARE HKRKBY NOTIFIED that 1 a Complaint for Divorce lias been filed against you and you are required to serve .1 cops of your Answer "ii the Plaintiff's Attorneys, srol.Ai: & MI'i'HNICK, 220 71st Street, Miami Bench, Florida, and file the original Answer in (ii,office of the cierk of the Circuit Courl on or before the 18th ilnj "i November, 1964. if you fail i" do so. the allegations of said Complaint will be taken as conNOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 11023 DEI-ORES CEKVEI.I.I. Plaintiff, \ B, ALBERT ANTHONY ci ;i:\ El.1.1, i lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ALBERT ANTHoNY CERVF1LI.1 L'IUI Butler Street Westherry, Long Island, NY Yon, ALBERT ANTHoNY CERV'ELLI, are hereb> notified thai a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a eopy ,,l your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of c,,n,, 1 plain! on Hi-Plaintiff's nttorne>. Wav WILLIAM .1. COLDWORN. 627 S.V '27 Avenue, Miami, Ploiida and 1 •• the original Answer or Pleading hi the office "i the Clerk of the Cli Courl "ii or before the Sntlt day of November, 1961. If you fail i" 'I" so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief ilemunded in iiuBUI of Complaint. This notice shall lie published oni'i each week '")' four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PLOR1DIAN. DONE AND ORDERFlll at Miami. Florida, this 6th day "f Octobei A l>. 1964. E, B. I.EATIIEKM \N. I'll rk, Circuit ''"iii-i. 1 '.Hi, 1 "inn >. 1 lorida (aval) D.v : K. M. I.YMAN I >eput> "Ii rk \\ II I AM I c.ol.l'Wi IRN 627 s W. 27 Ave Miami, Ela. I'll. 44.".-!.,'.". Attorney for Plaintiff in :• 16 ll:i Til. Court Teased by >ou. DATE this ml' day "i October, mill. E. 1 LHATHE [MAN. Cbrk (seali By: C. P COPEI.AND 1 leputy 'lerk 10/16-13-30. U/ti onvenient RECORD FILE R All YOUR PERSONAL PAPERS jlABLE WITHOUT COST OJ n'gjily i evaitabte) est M po Rlf l\0 rAR. fO* rA* S WRITE L <*y\evo \m~*epriete 3505 N.W. 3rd Sfreet, AAiami. Florid* -V.D YOUP PORTFOLIO WILL BE DELIVERED : •• %  nv Cosr Whatsoever. cry SPECIAL ENVELOPES TO • lost W/JI nnd Tetfomenf • Lett rur'j fncome fox fleporl ftece.pl Liu f AsiBlS • Pinonai (fljforiei1 Wiihet with Sptuat formi iurancc Poikht *V to Sofa Deposit Box Passbooks for fionfc /Htoontt HOLD /amiiy Sfofisfieol Char I Milifttry Dtschorge Papers itxlei Security OofO Morrioge ticense Birth Certificotei M'tictHoneous Chtek ListLoans, Uotes ctJvobte, Confrocfs, and OthffS %  • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under Hie fictitious naiu.of BTA-BRITE. STA-liltlTE EDCORI:SCI:NX. STA-BRITE ELI'OREKCEN'T MANI'EAC'ri'lM.Nii \ I STA-BRITE Kl.roKBBCBNT MANI lA'Tl'ltlNO COMPANY, S330 N.W. %  li'tli Street, .Miami. Florida, Intends I,, register said nan"with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CASTLE INDUSTRIES, INC' il'.l 1 IRATE1' n Florida corporation By: OTTO KATZ, I'resldenl TAUANOl'F, UAI.l.l'.i: \I.IIMAN Attorneys for Castle Industries, Incorporated, a Florida corporation 130 Lincoln Itoild, Miami Beach, Ela. 10/33, :!". ll/. 13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64589-B IN TIE: Estate of EI.EANoi: B. LYNCH Deceased. NOT.CE TO CREDITORS 1 To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and re1 'lulled 10 present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of BL.EANOR B, LYNCH deceased late "i Dad.County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, ami file the same in duplicate and aprovided In Section 733.16. Florida Statutes, In their offices In the County Courthouse In Da.i, County, Florida, within nix calendar months from the time of the publication hereof, or the same be barred. ,, ... Dated at Miami. Florida, tins lay of October, A.D. 1964, ROSALYN A ROSENMAN, As Administratrix Cum Testament" Annexo First publication of "'is notlc i EJrd das of October, l64. ,\. JAY CRISTOL Attorney for 1 Administi alrix I uni Testanieiito Annex" I* N K lst "" %  JW; :!;"'u/. i N THE COUNTY JUDOE'8 COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58736-B IN RE: Estate of SAMUEL LEVIN I k*^ g 1 4 k4 4 *t(*f1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR D |STB L B U TK)N AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that e have filed our KinHl Report nnd I etitlon for Distribution and Final IMsCharW %  exeeutors of the **•• SAMUEL LEVIN, deceased: and that on lu %  24th dav of November IM4 will appiv to the Honorable Countv 1, lues of Dade County, Florida, for a roCa o said Final Report and r ",iis.rii,u,i"„ ,,n,i nal wner lioldnian. Coldste.n *i I'aezler Attorneys for Registrant 24U1 West Flagler St. Miami, Fiorina IO/8-16-2S-30 IN NOTICE TO CREDITOR*, THE COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA: IN PROBATE. NO. 63,817-B RE: ESTATE ol' ABRAHAM L. SKol', Deceased. To All Creditors. Legatees, Distributees ami Persons Having Any Claims 1.1 Demands Auainst Said Estat' IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64533-B i\RE: Estate ol Ml IRRIS LIl'TI IN I ceasetl. NOTiCE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All I'ersons Having claims or Demands Aguinsl babl Estate: You are hereby notified and required t" preaenl any claims and demands Which you may have against the .siate of MORRIS I.H-TON d.oeased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided in S.etion ?:',:'..in, Florida Statutes, in their offiees In tile County Courthouse in l>ude County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the came will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this Slh day of October, A.D. 1964. LOUIS R. FOREMAN As Executor First publication of this notice on the 16th day of October, IC64. JOSH REI'IH N Attorney for Executor 1370 Washington .u. Miami Beach, Ela. 10/16-33-30, 11 •' %  IN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 11018 SVI.VIA ROBERTS, Plaintiff vs. LEWIS ROBERTS, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION •I! and each titled thai you are required by Law to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have aguinsl the estate of Abraham 1.. Skop, deceased, late of said Count). I" the County Judge of Dade County, Florida, al his office Ii, the court house of said County ai Miami. Florida, within six months from the time "i the first publication "i this notice. Each claim or demand shall be In writing In duplicate, nnd shall state the place ol residence and post office address of the claimant, and shall he sworn t" by the claimant, his agent, or Ilia attorney, and any such claim nr dem.,ml not so filed shall lie void. M'.LRIS A. SKol" As executor "f the Last Will and Testament of Abraham L. skop. deceased, Al.VIN B. ZAI.I.A, Esq. %  o. Box '.'47 West Palm Beach, Florida Attorney for Executor i-iiiit publication: Oct. !'. I06i. jO/'.i, 16. 33, :'•" von are hereby I TO: LEWIS ROISERTS 1 o Cy Rosenberg 1313 Avenue / Brooklyn, New York You anhereby notified thai a COMPLAINT I'oi: ANNULMENT OF MARRIAGE has been brought against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your answer or other response thereto ,,n the plaintiffs attorney, Stanley it Richard, 60.1 Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, Florida. 83)39 and file Hi 'Iglnal answer or pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Kith day ,i November, 1964; otherwise, tbe alienations of the said Complaint will be taken as "iiiv.-srii by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this tit It day of October, 1864. E. B. LEA niERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. I ia,le County, Florida (aealj Bj : J. V. CAVANAUH Deputy Cierk Hi B-16-23-30 first will K.th IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64534-C In RE: Estate of BENJAMIN F. RCDNICK, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Skild Estate: You are hereby notified and reqttlred t" present any claims and demands which you may have against Hi. estate %  •; BENJAMIN F. BUDNICK deceased late "f Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Bade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 783.16, Florida Statutes, in their offiees in the County Court house in Dude County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2nd day "f October. A.D. 1864. BR: s,' BLANCHE RCDNICK As Administratrix First publication of this notice on the stli day of October, 1964. GERALD SILVERMAN Attorney for Administratrix 818 Alnsley Building, Miami 32. Florida 10/9, 16. 23, 30 TO: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10832 HAROLD BEAVER, Plaintiff, UII.MA JEAN BEAVER, I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION WILM.V JEAN BEAVER, %  o Mrs. M. c Hershberger. R. F. D. No. 2 Rock wo, ,d, Pennsylvania YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Rill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are ri-'iuireil to file an Answer or Pleading With the Clerk of this Court, and to serve a copy on tbe Plaintiffs Attorney. Ephraim Collins, 144U 79th Street Causeway. Miami Bench, Florida 3:1111. or or before the 18th day of November, 19K4. or judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 1st day of October, A.D. 1961. K. V.. L.KATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. I Mill' County. Florida By K. M I.Y.MAN, Deputy Clerk I".'.'. in, IS, 10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl>Nt the undersigned, desiring to engage in l>n.-in.— under the fictitious name of El, ENCAJE at L'2I N.E. 1st Avenue. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Cncult Court "f Dad,. County, Florida I. \ K GENERAL MERCHANDISE DISTRIBUTORS, INC. HENRI NORTON Vpnllcanl llldg. in : %  ::. 80, U/8, i I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY (IIVEN that the undersigned, destrlna I" ,'iigagi' In buslnen under the fictitious name of EL LATIN'i ,,i 203 N E Fir.-t Street, .Miami. Ela.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Conn oi I iade County, Florida. MANTEL FERRO crri.Ei: & BFRON80N Ally s. fc,| Ajipll 612 Alnsbi} 1 :1.1M .Miami 10, 11. '6



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23, 1964 vJewisti fhcridiiciiii Page 11-A matron Preceding Page % mediately to the ins to which tTiey te in Israel fa Rumanian watchhad been in Israel and is concerned IJJ only so that he place to take care %  and mother when as they will in a Ktwo. His wife is in learning Hebrew so two incomes to help Jof the older people, 'one of the two faces the growth, the happoople, the buildings le tourists see, the children, the amenities Illicit ion present in all the s, the freedom of accxprossion—but there lace. This is the un le the lace of the 10 per loin nr^ody sees unless IpiH'ii to visit an instituE the old, the ill. the Bpe I or the blind arc befcatcd both by public and Bate relict Others among [per cent you may not see your trip to Israel, work |ef projects similar to cur Poo long gone WPA—two or days a week—to barely lin themselves. They are lined—unskilled—and illil crate. At harvest time they all \.n.k. i.ui we rest t ot absorption and integration is met by the Israelis, while world Jewry cairn's one-third of the cost. A Burning Desire II is hard to visualize that almo-t 1,200.000 people have come to Israel in 16 years—a population larger than all of bade County, and unlike Dade Courtpopulation, a large majority this ."iip i ame without any rces except a burning delorn and this is one thing they got. i • %  definition <>! a realist in Nrael is one who believes in i i. From that standpoint, In ise who have been responsible for the progress of Israel arc ists. VA Hospitals Bigger Under LBJ The Jewish National Fund of America has appointed Rabbi Isidore David Passow as national director of the INF Foundations, which raise funds for lend reclamation and afforestation in Lrael through bequests in wills and the assignment cf insurance. The appointment was announced by Max Dressier, president of the Fund. Rabbi Passow wci loimeriy executive secretary of YJVO Institute for Jewish Research and executive director cf New Yor!' Univei3ltv's Jewuh Cultural Foundation. ronf o Study Shows Rabbis Highest Among A!! Other Clergymen \"TO l.ITAl — A Stud) incomes of clergymen in l indicated that rabbis are i,,hest-paid spiritual leaders | city. The data was conin a feature story in the Starchurch page, givcon the income ot clergy United Church, a union of istS, Congregationalists and Presbj terians; Anglicans, it Unitarians and Jews, minimum income ot United clergymen—including sali!o allowance and the equivif a home—is $6,000 a year, ip United Church saiary in ty is $20,000 plus a free parbest paid Presbyterian r receives $11,000 a year. Anglican minimum is $3,At least two Anglican liters in Toronto recive $10,annually. One Baptist th pays its minister $10,090. ic priests do not receive ry but do get non-taxable allowances. Some priests vows of poverty. I Unitarian minister with a latively small congregation jttO receives $13,000 a year. I Unitarian clergymen re•about $9,000 a year in anAcome. star Church Editor Allan Spraggel reported that rabbis' salaries. • Inch are not published, are en the whole the highest of any gmup of spiritual leaders. He -aid that top pay of $35,000 plus al least another $10,000 set fees lor weddings, funerals and Bar Mitzvahs, goes to Dr. Stuart Rosenberg, rabbi of Beth Tzedec Contion. With his free house. [Jr. Rosenberg's income is equal lo $50,000 annually, which places him near the top for rabbinical salaries in North America, the newspaper asserted. Rabbi Gunther Plaut, of Holy Blossom Temple, reeves $30,i 000 annually, according to the report; and Rabbi Jordan Pearlj son, of Temple Sinai, receives $18,000. In very small syne1 gogues, the salary is probably considerably less than $10,000 a \ year. The church editor attributed the relatively high salar' %  ies of rabbis to "the lack of an anti-money bias in Judaism." One rabbi was quoted by Spragget as saying that poverty and piety are not related in Judaism as they are in the Christian tradition, that the rabbi is respected by the congregation and it is proud to pay him well. ^H Affair toKcmuikr... att'.e | eville HOTEL Planning a wedding, confirmation, luncheon, reception, meeting? Gourmet cuisine, attentive service and luxurious decor combine to make any occasion memorable %  — at the Seville. Facilities to accommodate ten or a thousand. Ten newlydecorated banquet rooms. Kosher cuisine available. Call ESTF1LE D. P0LAK. 532-2911 SEVILLE HOTEL OCEAN at 30th STREET MIAMI BEACH %  For Very Special Occasions... Jbfifomtit COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300. .. available 7 days a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta, Room in thia •res! Unlimited free parking. For iliaaillltliai call 945-9571 in Miami, or WA 3-8111 in Hollywood HOLLYWOOD-Y-THH-EA Florida's 721,000 living veterans of all wars were reminded this week that in the past four years of the Democratic Administration, VA hospital beds in Florida have ; expanded i'rom 1.320 to 1,538. An additional 2,268 have been authorized. This was pointed out by Thomas F. Fleming Jr., Florida State chairman of the Lyndon B. Johnson campaign, as he simultaneously announced the appointment of, three co-chairmen to head a vet-, •cian's crusade to elect LBJ on Nov. 3. The three are Daniel Neal Heller, Miami; Arthur M. MacCarthy, Tallahassee; and Sam Story, Lake Wale*. They will head up the Florida Veterans for Johnson Committee, Fleming said, and work actively to induce organized as well as unorganized voters to vote for LBJ. Heller is a Miami attorney and the immediate pasl National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans ol the U.S.A. MacCarthy >s a well-known Tallahassee business and civic leader, as well as a pasl Department Commander of the State of Florida American Legion. Story is Chairman of the Florida Veterans Commission. He also is a rancher and citrus grower in the Lake Wales area and a long time employee of the Atlantic Coat Line Railway. Youth Group At Or Olom Slated Oct. 31 Mrs. Herbert Seltman and Mrs. Leon Darlow, co-chairmen of Temple Or Olom's Youth Group, announce the Junior and Senior Teen-Age Group will jointly sponsor a dance on Saturday. Oct. 31, from 7:30 to 11 p.m.. in the Social Hall. Youth director is Jack Rabin. Temple Teen-Age Youth Group meets every other Sunday evening. Next r< gular meeting is Sundry. Oct. 25 from 7 to 8:31) p.m., [or Juniors 8 t'> 9:30 p.m. for the Senior group. Further information may he had from Mrs, Herbert Seltman, i i Mrs. Leon Darlow, IYXE TKBRACE 340 Eiscayne Boulevard %  M ami, Fiorida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHERE THE STARS AND HEAVEN JOIN YOUR fESTIVITIES" AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWLY DECORATED STAEtLIUHT BiAMJMMI.M SE ATING V TO 300 •k WEDDINGS • BANQUETS ic LUNCHEONS • • FREE PARXMG • CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS MEETINGS Strictly Kosher focili'ies Avnilcble Unler SUF' 'vision of RABBI TIBCR it. STE.'N CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager. fR 9-37"2 M S*5tf For Elegant Function* Complete Catering Facilities tor that Special """party served in superb lashion setting that will reflect your good taste. .CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGBANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or a gala celebration with 3.500 lunM. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN IEAUVILLE L .Charles Miller. Executive Food Director PHONE: UN 3-8511 (A ON THC OCCAM AT S^th STRBXET. MIAMI BEACH Have trial Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion I You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I it th lor Information, HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-6061 eth St. • Collins v.


October 23, 1964
'JmlstifhrAMan
Paqe 15-B
[llfTsamet, 39 Passes Away
Phils 0 Samet, of 9B511 Rlvowide Memorial chapel, Al-
f(| died Oct. 16 after a ton K pgg she was the wife of I
LEGAL NOIICfc
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
LEGAL NOTICE
p garnet, clinical physiol-
Mt. Sinai Hospital.
,ple came hero from New
e ..car- ago. ^
nine a ear-old Mrs. Saniei
,. vice president of the
VUHA of Greater Miami
in active member in the
li
Mas a member of Board
tcvernors, Jewish Federa-
| Greater Miami, Temple
and Pioneer Women.
ition t'i her husband, she,
ved by her mother Mrs v n Vi|. ,,,.,
jfenhenden; a son, Geraldjabow ,.,,,!.......i bo...... has
two daughters, Annette
es were held Oct. 18 at
Lt .1. :-. ol IS749 NE Uth
. | Rlvi nude.
v, |, .- of 1983 Collins
, lil Rlvcraldi
Hum M KS. Hi 1619 Jef-
\v. .,:. -,l Oct. !!' KlVI "
vioi i '' o( I-..... Bbj n I
In New York Clt) Rli
68,
W
li s. Mr*, fmldl
l;i\ erslde
T.ER. EIUMI. S3. "' '"" ,'-,v
li-.. is. lUverslde ,
.. v Hhitv, -. of '-'v|1' l""-
' -, m,. in Philadelphia
Bf
K*
SI
\l,. Florence, 68, of ill
\\ Klvi rsldc. ,
|NHOL7 loe ',;. "'' ;"" '"'
|ER.".Mi'-' Row ,;s. "f -""
(,.. 1>i \. wnian.
IN. Mr- Lena, SO. of ,T5 SW
S| died Oct. IS. R^'SI* ,
Ivon. Mm. Hermanle, .'- "'
IC-IUns Ave. Services In New
ii\. Newman. ,, ,
Mrs. Mary. 88, of 1525 Col-
"Ave., died Oct l*. Services
York City. Riverside.
Ian mils. Tii. of S64 Bay Dr.,
,i. is, Rlverelde. .
Mrs. Gertrude, S3, ol ll1"
ilan Ave. Riverside.
INE. Mrs. IyOevy R.. 6.. or
iv Rd. Riverside.
llFO. Mrs. Lillian. 6b, of TO
li. \v.. s.-rvi.-.a i" M*w York
ER, Mrs. Heckle. 78. "I SS36
Ave. Blaaberg.
LEGmL notice
,n the circuit court of the
ELEVfcNTH JUD.CIAL CiKCUII
j,- FLOrtlDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUiMIV. IN LHANLtKV
No. 64C 11163
Till". WII.L1AMSBI ItliH SAVLNU8
.ia.nK.
Plaintiff.
FAMES E. Ml IYER, i UX,
I ..>, iioanl.--
NOTiLt OF SUIT
TO: James I" Mover and Madeline
M. Moyi. his Wife. I! iovii':
I'nkiiou ii. and If remarried, thou-
unknown spouses. If living, ami
i ...I,, ii,, uuaiiown heirs, de-
visees, legatees, grantees, as-
signs! b, li. nors, oredltom, trus-
i. ,B ,,. oilii r claimants clalni-
Ina In. i I,rough, und< i m ngalnst
an) of the above nn.....I di n i
in,.- m ho .' deceasi
notified thai the
i has been ln-
. i.im.-.i "iiitainsi you in tin 'I' i 'it'
oiin oi tin Eleventh Judli'lal li -
,. ,|i of Kloi "i.i in ami for imuu Cutjn-
> |,i > ... I I iii.-n-- i...... the
, |i\i ins dfBi i Ibed real property:
| ,,| || ill I ..... I. i .,. Ij -I'- .>!.--
OR, aci ..i. in- i" I''. F'lal Hi''
of ..-.. .i.-.i In I'lal v Rook : >'
|..i.... |i| ..i Hi. I'ublle Rtcords '
1 in,i, i-oii it) n-.i Ida.
yu ai* i i"''' i" ''' :' '' !' ,
-i\,- pleudln : to plaintlfl compUilnt
......i... i -i.i i .,[ ill iii.ii. Bald I'ourl,
and nerve i......v thereof uikiii plain
M VRTIX I'M'-- I**
ll iiltna Ml nl, M""""
33131, nol later than November 13.
1964, or B Ueeree Pro ConfeHBii will
....... i iivnlnm you.
'KATBH 'ctobi r 21. i'";',
I- It I.KATHKRMAN*.
Clerk i the Circuit Court
|| K M. I.YVIA.N
Ii.i.iiiv Clerk
\i VRTIN KINK
I .lei -I Building
H..... nr""' "HVa, :,, n 6, i:i
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STAIt
OF FLORIDA
T<' ALL I''' Win ,.,. i uKSK i-i:i:s-
l.vTS SI I.M.i. O '.Mi:. 1RKKTIN -
wii.i,.,-. i:i:ni.si' i.i.nka. COR-
AL UAHLhS, KLOKUiA; HKLK.N
LAVVRKNCi:, MIAMI. r'HIRIOA;
I.KN.I.x.MI.N KAMKN, .MIAMI, KL4IR-
ll'A. ni,I ,,:i Hi. I'.Hi daj "I Oi-tolier,
\ 11 ISM, .in.-,- I., In Incorpol .!'.'
iMi.i.-i- Hi. Iiiwc of Hi.- H ale of I ioi-
.,,., ROBERT III.AIR t'LOTHES, IM -. ,
;, ecu porul -.ii. with It* prltK'UMil
li -...... in Miami, fade
hi,, in tin State of Florida, anil
h,i,..i- hi eorporatl.....Ii |-,lh dHi ,,i k-tobi i. Al' l'"H. cauai
i.. I... filed in the ,,fii,-,- of the Beere-
...n ,.i State "I il"' State of Horlda.
tlie' docuini man authorll) requu eil
Section '" -T. Kloi Ida Sta-
kIiom ill): the .11.-.-,.lull..n "I nucll
i .li.,n.
Sow- H, n fore, the Secretary '
,1,,.- heit-b} cert If) to the
ilnu ml that lie '- natlf ed
i. ; the rcfiulri in. ins of the law
Ii.ivi uei ii .mplieil "uli
is \\ri-M-- will-:in-'."I'. 1 have
- reuntn hi : mi hand and have '' -
fixed the llreal Seal of the Slat.- ol
. orida. a' Tu l-Hi --. Hie npltiil,
-,-.i.- the I Ih-I-EENTH da) of "'Tu
l:l.l:. \.i' r.".l.
(SEAL1
Tn.M AIM MS
Secl'etiii) "I Stall
6 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTR'K IS HERBB\ UIA EN tha.1
the mi I- mlaned, dealrlni to i ngai In
bualnexv under H fletltloun name ol
iil-i:x H RESTAl'RANT al 861 N.W
22nd immi. Miami, Florid* Intend*
t ,,--,.i. r wild name with the li rk
of the Circuit '""" of Dade County,
Kloiidn
I.OLA M VK |-.l,MKW'i:i.L
Sole i iv\ nt-i-
Stephen r. Kenalor, Attorni >
2815 IWanne Rd.
I'ornl tiublea, I loi Ida
In 16-23-31, I '.
LEGAL NOTICE
rcan Medico! Center
B^rs .lules T.eston, president of
hapter. American Medical
of Denver, announces a
Kin and fashion show at the
Boy Club. 7701 Biscayne
[ on Wednesday noon. Chair-
bi the fund-raising affairs is
jlrving Rubinstein, who is
b charge of reservations.
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NO. 64 ?'>
BIJZABETH 11 MALONK,
IMaintlff,
RCSSRLL HCItERT and PACIJNB
III I'.KKT. 1'i- wife,
1 i,-r,n,laiiis. _.,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Y..U. Rl SSKI.I. J. jUT.KKT and
PAt'UNE Hl'BERT, Ins wife. lo
.i,,|.,in l'...a.l. Habertown, IMvnsyl-
vanla, are hereby notified that a
HiTh for dnntUAeB iia. been 'r"?"1,1!!',;"
au;,i,, yon lojjether with n I Is 1 an-
,1,-ns on your r?J*M'fl,lt.*"!0^fav
S mi- ,.i Hi. N- *W of tj>- ';
l- M- of 111"- I'.'llowint;-. lanilK.
l^'-l-'iv/nfthc'siE. Corner of
Seetlon l:- Twn. 88 S nnd liunv,-
!,, n point! thence S. W to
point: then,.- i-:. and paiall.-l to
1- Si-ctton line, lfl.81 to toe
point of liettinnliw; axcepl toe B.
...... ,,|- the i: so- thereof.
I, you fall in file your nnwerwUh
,,, ,-1,.,-u the above Btyted .'"
,, ,,r before November -'-. 'a6' '
.,,,'. will i....."i.T-i r^lnjtsrou.
I i;uk CIVIL roCRT OF RECORD
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 64C 11616
lANTK MI'NOIfH.I,
Plaintiff,
\ -
-' I.I.V Ml'NOH il.l
I >,-i, nilant.
SUIT FOR DVORCE
TO: KAL.LY Ml'NlllOI.I
6.1I7 i:..sev. li Avenue
M, i, li.i i,i \ 111.-. N> .I.i.->
You, SALLY MCNOIOL.I, are hi i; ;
i ,..ifi.-.l that a BUI of C.....plain
,,.,- invoice lia- I....." filed iiKhIiihI
iuii, and you are required to Berve
;, ,,,,,v of your Answer or I'lendlnu
to the I ill of Complalnl on iii>- Pliun- ,
! "ff'a attorney, CrBtlBTIK ANR LF.V-
1 BNSTEIN. HI" <'""'1 w*-v- M,U*,mll
i.;,i,i:, Mi43. and file the prlfllnnl
Aiiawer or Piendlna In the office of
tli,. Clerk of the Circuit Court on >.i
i,,,,,,,. the --m.-.i da>- of November,
l,i-.l If von fail to do so. judgment
l,v default "ill be taken against you
fi- ili- iwMnf demanded in tn.- mil
f-^r!:':^ shall .,- pnbUahed once :
each week for four f",RSSraivW I
in THE JKWIBH Fl.< HtllUAN. '
IKiVK AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thbj *Ut day or Ootober,
*E. ?' I.t-ATIH-.UMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Daile County. Florida
(Circuit Opu .^>T,YMAN.
Deputy Clerk
1 I'lirtlSTIK IM' LEVENBTBIA
' 1414 Coral Way
Miami, Florida S814S-
Attorneys for "alntlff^ J(> (] ,.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
StlTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In i.usin.-s- under the fletltloun nam.
of Mil.I s BAR ai l-'V. Com I Way.
Miami. Intends in register said nam.
with ill.- Clerk of the Circuit ourt
of Dade County, Florida.
\\li Mii: K BAILEY
ST i .I 11 EN K i-'.--i.i'i:
Attoi m for Applicant
i5 ........|:"""- a.sai:"ii
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADF cnijMTV FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
N). f>4C 11347
tlBOBOE CASE,
IMaintlff,
\ i-\si:.
NoTlCB BY PUBLICATION
Ti i: Bets) '' n Or. ensteln
2 .:. 71 -i Stn I
nrnokl) n, N'e York
yof \i:i: HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
:, Complaint for Klvorce has been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve n cop) of youi An-
,\vpr ."i the Plaintiffs Attorneys,
STol.AK .v MI'i'HNIt'K, 226 Hal
Strei i Miami HmicIi, Florldu, and file
Hi., original Answer In tile Office ol
the I'lerk ol the Circuit Court on pi
before Hi-- imIi da) "I November, l-'-i-
If vou fail i-. .1- no. the allegat.....s ,.r
Bald Ci.midalnt will be taken as con-
fessed b> you. ,
HATED il'is nth Any "' "'''......'
'r ll LBATHERMAX, Clerk
(Mall By: C. P. c.PKI.ANi'
l >, put) Clerk
1(1 l-J3-30, 11 i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 11023
HELORF.S CERVELL1.
Plaintiff.
ALBERT ANTHONY CERVEI.l.t,
Defendant. ___^
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ALBERT ANTHoNY i-,:i:\ I.I.I.I
lii mi llni'-r Street
Westhei rj. i.....- Islniiu, N i.
You ALBERT ANTHONY CER-
Vl-i.i.i are heivb) notified thai >
Hill of Compl.....i to Hlvorci han '-
filed Bgalnsl you, and you n
quire..... serv. h mm.) ''>"'",,A-
BWer or Pleading to ihe Hill ol ......-
malm on the Plaintiffs nttorne>,
WILLIAM I tioLHWORN. 62, S.V
-.; \v, i,u.-, Miami. Florida and n
the original Answei oi Pleading In
the office ol the Clerk nl the ll
Courl .-n or l i.-i- the -'";!i da) oi
Novembi r, 1964. If you fail I
Judgment b) defuilll udl be
itgslnsl v.II loi tin ii II' f .....I" "'
i,, ,|. inn nl Complaint.
This notice shall puldlshwl one.
each week for foui i "nsi c itlve i u-
ii, THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND iRDBRKD ill Mian I.
Plorida, this 6th da) of lutoliei A l>.
E. B LEATIIERMAN, '
Circuit Court, 1 'ad. i 'o ml I -
(seal) B) K. M I.VMAN
11, .ii ( i
WI1.1AM .1 UOLDWORN
627 S VV. 27 Al Miami, Fla.
l-li |4."i-l.'i.".."i
AH,,in, % for Plail
Ifi
enwnt
iCORD FILE
2OR All YOUR PERSONAL PA
4tiAsUE WITHOUT
ens 'y '* <"""'''
M
0^"^
fOV
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WRITE
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mm
5503 N.W 3rd Sfrt. Miami. Florida
.-.: YOUP PORTFOLIO WILL BE DELIVERED
..-. (-.. M An-, Cost Whalsoever.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that ,
the undersigned, desiring to "'WJ*'
!,, business under the f|ctRIus names
of BTA-BBITE, STA-BBITb. FLl,0,*S
V- s | \ I STA-BRITE I- I -1 > tEH-
CFNT MANTFACTIR1NO A >. '
STA-11R1TE KI.IHUa'BST MAN-
I I-\, -i-ii:im-. COMPANY, :..'' N.w,
-, ,, street, Miami. Florida. Intends
,,, register said nam.- uili il.-
Clerk of the Circuit Court of nade
''"'"" i-i'sTLK INI'.STKIKS.
INCIIRPIIRATED
,i Florida corporation
By: uTTii KATZ, I'm >'';.''' v
I'M lANinr. WALLER '! I MAN
Mtornevs for Castle Industries.
,,:.orpo,a..d. a .Florida corporal Ion
1N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64589 -B
IN BJC: Esian- .of
ELEANI IB ii LH -Nl '
NOt7ce"t'o CREDITORS
To AH Creditors and All l'.-.sons
Having Claims or Demands Against
S:'yo.|,':-m'.'':i..-i-.-i.v notified and re-
' quired to present any claims and de-
Cdesta Mj
cSusitr. and file Ae same In dui.1-
,,.,,,. R*nu ;l. provided In Sect on^7SS.16.
,..,,., ,,i;, Statutes, in their ';l""~
the Count! Courthouse i" ''','
I;:,,,,,,. Piorlda, within six oal*nda,
months from the time ol the rinrt
'imMi.a.ion hereof, or ti..- same will
"i.!;,;""!,. Miami. Florida, mis 13th
flay of October, A.I |4-1 ...
ROSALYN A ROSENMAN,
As Administratrix Cum
. Testament.. Annexo
First publication of this notlci
H-d das of n,iol..-r. 1SS4.
A tAV t'lHSTOl.
attorney for" Admlnletratrlx cum
1 Testamento Annex,.
,,2l N.E. is. Ave., Mtoml !*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB-Y lilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage m
business uii.ier the fi.-.iltioiiH ":"''',;
\l.s COZY CORNER at 1S5 N.E. 14ih
sii.,i. Miami. Florida, Intends W
register suld name With the i.lerk ol
th.- Circuit i.'uiirt of Dade county,
,"K"'':v'a,:,.na,..ek..mctt.-:k
Sol.- I Ittll.-V
Ooldmnn, Ooldstein *.- Paciiler
Attorneys for Registrant
401 u.-si Hauler St. .....
Miami. Ciorioa __________10/S-16-2S-S0
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
JUDGE IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA: "N
PROBATE. NO. 63,817-B
IN RE: ESTATE "I
ABRAHAM I. 8KOP,
To All' I'V.-'diioi's. legatees, Dlatrl-
i ,1,-,-s Btid Persons Having Any
Culfrng or Oemanda Against Bald
KY.u and each of you are hereby
,,,!,.,, thm you are required b)
law to present any claims and de-
mands which yon. or eltoei of y;-u.
ma) have agulnsi the estate m' Abra-
ham l. Skop, deceased, late o( Bald
County il"- County Judge ol
Dade County, Florida, at his office
hi the courl house ol end ount)
,i Miami. Florida, within six months
from "he ii'"..... l"" ,i,M !"',,,|K":.
no' his notice. Each claim or
flemand -'.all lw In writing In dupll-
SotV. and -hall state the Place of
residence and post office address of
,,,. i.,i,;uit. and shall be sworn to
i,, the claimant, his agent, oi nis
attorney, and any such claim or de-
nuind nol so flleJl shall he void.
Mi'ltRIS A. BKOP
\v executor of the Last Win ami
Testament of Abraham l..
Skop, deceased,
A I.YIN' B. /.A 1.1. A. Esq.
West Palm Beach, Florida
Attorney for Executor
rtrhl publlcaUon: Oct. 9. ^M*. .;|
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64533-B
l\- RE; Kstate -
Mi iRRIF LIPTl 'N
'"n'ot'iCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing cinims ... i..man,is Against h -
You are hereto notified and re-
quired t presenl any claims and de-
mands which you ina) hayeagaim
the estate of MoBRIS I.UTOM de-
ceased late of Dade County, Mori a,
t the County Judges of Made < ount).
Mid CUe the sume In iluidi.-ate and
St provided in motion 73J.18, Worldii
statutes, in their offices n the Coun-
ty Oourthouse In Dude i ounty. rlor-
idii, within six calendar months ironi
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the sain.- will be tarred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tins Ml.
day ut October, Al' *4.
LOUIS R. FOREMAN
As Executor
First publication of ibis notice on
the Uth diiy oi October, 1S.S4
JOBH ltKciir.N"
Attorney for Executor
1870 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, Fin. ,
in 16-23-30, 11 '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C "018
SYLVIA ROBERTS,
Plaintiff
vs.
LEWIS' ROBERTS,
'NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: LEWIS in .DEBTS
, .I i') Bosi nl'.-i -
1813 Avenue /
Brooklyn, New York
Yon are hereto notified thai a i OM-
IM.M.NT FOB ANNULMENT "1
iMABBlAOE hi- been broughl against
vou, and you are required to s, rv. a
cony of >o,i, iinswi r or other res|.....so
thereto '..n the plaintiffs attorney,
Stunle) il Richard, Sou Llmoln Bond.
Miami Beach. Florida, 3|3! and rile
tl.....rlginal answer oi pleading tn the
ottk.e ,.f the CUrk of the Circuit Court
before the 13th da) of Nov. .:
bar l64i Otherwise, the all.-uatn.ns
,,i th,- said Complhlnl will be taken
as confessed bi you.
Dated al Miami, Florida, tins Bth
1 day of October, 1964.
' E. B. LEATHEBMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade Count) .Hoi-ldu
(seal. By: J. V CAVANAOH
UeuUtS Uerkio/l..l-M-SO
oil
13
.PtCIAl ENVELOPE5 TO
.iil\ and Tetfamenf *
I'eur's Income To* Report ,
*ipt tisf of AiJefi
ia| Wijforifs-
Jithtt with Speciol form
ice Policies
. Sofa Depot!* Box ,
.istoooltt for Bonfc A HOID
fomiiy Sfafiitical Milifnry Ditchorge feptti
Socio/ Seeufify Oofa
Marriage license -
Birth CertititotM
Mitcelloiteous Khttk Hit-
Loans, Notes Secelvob'e,
Confroctt, orro Others .
TN THE COUNTY^JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58736-B
IN RE: Estate of
SAMCEI.J.KVIN
NOTICE "OF'INTENTION JO MAKE
appi ICATION FOR OISTRIBU-
TIONANOFINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i" hereby given that >
have filed our Final Report ami Pe-
tition for Distribution anil Final IM"-
etanwM executors of the estate o
SAMUEL LEVIN, deceased: anil that
named d......dent. This 16th d.i> oi
""'APElVvr LEVIN ROBBMAN
BENJAMIN LEVIN
it|,'|.\'|V I A >' '*<
of OEOROH, AMES ft RITTER
tttornevs for K.....ntoro
..,,-. Riecayne BiillillM
. w i i"' i"i. streel
Miami. Flot i.i 1 -,, ,, .-. i-.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64534-C
in RE; Estate of
BENJAMIN I- RCDNICK,
NOTIcTt'O CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and AM Persons
Having Claims or Deroands Against
WlYou ure^hereby notified and re-
quired i.....-esenl any claims and j-
NICK deceased late of Dade County.
Vloiida t" the County .Indites 'f
Dad" bounty, and file >",.nsi''",",i(
,,;,,.. .,,,,1 s provided in S got ion
js: in. Florida Statutes, in tbtt oc-
fi,-..s in the County Courthouse In
h.de County. Florida, within six
calendar months from toe ttone of
th, fir-i publication hereof, or the
S:,!V;,edi,!..,,,Nln\"!,i:','F.oii.la. this 2nd
<1^"':"";v;;an.^e,'iJu..nick
' As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
ti- ...th day of October, 1964.
IIKKALU SII.VEHMAN
Attorney for Administratrix
9i:i Alnslev Building,
Miami It. Florida ^ n m
, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1 1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10832
HAROLD BEAVER,
Plaintiff,
W1LMA JEAN BEAVER,
NOTICE" BY PUBLICATION
I'll: WILMA JEAN |:E.\\ l-.K.
, o Mrs. M '' Herslllielgel.
R I-' D. No. 2
Bockwood, Pennsylvania
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce
hus been filed against you. and you
are required to file an Answer or
heading with the Clerk of tota
Court, and to serve S <*>y 0 toe
Plaintiffs Attorney. Ephralm i-
lliis Hio T'.uh street Causeway,
Miami Beach, rlorldaMlH. or or be-
fore the Uth day of November, ISM.
or Judgment by default will be Lik-
en against you for the relief de-
""l>ONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1st day of Oottber,
A"- ^ B. WEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
l-.v K. M. I.Y.MAN,
Deputy Clerk
in :, is, is, so
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thKl
the underalgned, desiring, to engage
in buslnes- under the fl.t.iio.is nanu-
,.f EL ENi'A.IE at Bl N.E Wl
Avenue, Miami, Intend i" Wlstei
snicl num.- with the Clerk ol the Clr-
, ,i Courl of Dade County, Florida
'"v K OENEBAL MERCHANDISE
DIHTRIBI'TORS. INC.
HENRY M "Rl'l IN
Vpnllcanl
- WU,fX0/2S, 0, 11 '1. 13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage i"
business under the fictitious name of
El. LATINO ai 808 N.E. First Street,
Miami, Fla., Intends to registi
name with the Clerk of toe Circuit
Court ol Dade Count). Floi d i
MANUEL FERRO
CUTLER & ::i BONBON
Atty* foi Appll ml
SIS All !} IMdg Mian
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Friday. October 16. 1964 +JeisWtrrfM3r Friday. C 23 "My Fair Hebrew Academy Lady" will be the theme of the led membership brunch !o be held by the Hebrew Acad. Women on Tuesday, Nov. 10. at the Deauville Hotel. Mrs. M. H. Rosenhouse. membership chairman, is shown here with ommittee. Standing 'left to right are Mcsdames Charles on, M. H. Roaenhouse, Irving Firtel, ar.d seated, Joseph Jack Gerson and Jack Buchsbaum, Social Security Office for Beach anneed 'l uesday thi I Satellite" £ i urity :. :.' i • • in ''ii Nov. l ,!l be at 1234 ve %  %  'I n T/j f Beach residents who in both the Third ai.'i Four'h : i ricts A study which has bean con• .'••'! over the past seven weeks indicate thai %  the present time 22 percent of the visitors in the n district office rome from Miami Heath During the %  it il rises to w percent of district office workload. Ac cording to the I960 census, the lation 'il Miami Beach was • 142 Of this number, 17,777, or 28 percent, were 6S years of age or older. It is expected that the IMW Miami Beach office will handle about 109 visitors a day at this time. During the season, it it expected that IN to At people a day will visit the new Miami Beach office. The office will begin with a -iall of four people, two of whom will be claimrepresentatives who are technical experts on Social Security problems. The other staffers will be contact representative-, who are persons experienced in interviewing and taking information from the public. tovihgate "vdussah : enbei be Soul le G a paid-up arty in the T< itoon ol Southgate Towers on • al i p.m. Ni i ibers Mr-. MOIDParker iho tl and Mr-. Chariot Krupl ichair man <>i membership. Chamber Concert Saturday Night Friends of the Chamber Music "f Miami will present the Borodin Quartet a! the season's fir-t con Mil in the tenth annual subscription -cries. Program will be Saturdav even illg, 8:30 p.m.. at the White Temple in Miami. Program will feature Quartet No. 2 in D major, Borodin; Quartet No. 8 in C minor. Shostakovich; and Quartet No 14 fn C sharp minor. Beethoven. Members include Rosticlav Doubinsky, firt violin; Yaroslav Alexandrov. second violin; Dimitri Shebalin. viola; and Valentin Berlinsky, cello. Menorah Men To Open Season Teen • Men Club t year's acti .-. social urtain Up" in Tempi* log em 1 uriaers wiu fn e to Met and their wives Krovetz, will conduct a -pecial pru'.ram Another -on—Another Heason. which will introduce every member li-tmbusiness occupation and hibackground. The Temple Men Club motto is All Israel is united in a bond of fellowship.'' an'i the 'Curtain Up" program aims to promote fnend.-hip and %  acialiMlaty for the men of the community. Star of the Night Club circuit, Eddie Schaffer, will be featured guest artist. Men's Club of Temple Menorah an active program planned for the coming year. In addition the youth debates, si hool picnic ai d regular monthly meeting, the •.ill feature the Brotherhood t Seri Sunday mornfeaturii -. %  iteresi : the %  spec:.. i: I • I 'I eniCedors Will Mark 3rd Anniversary Cedai ol L-i).,... ,\\ • its thud anniversary on v 19 .'ith an employee's party. announced this week by ant Harry I. Lewis. The So million community hospital opened itdoors on November 19. 1961, and hasince been operating at near capacity, he -aid. LtONARD WiMTUN Men's Club P| Qll To Help Home Home under the guidi %  eting ... T esday DiLido Hotel. Weinatein and n viUes coBunittees plans fur a series functions and special jffj signed to make (hi of Miami Beach organizations, in lug good work or d u ( Jewish Con vale s< ,[ South Florida. One of the dag nightagenda ill bt • kjon and plan; Adath Yeshurun ^evitl Named Secretary Expands Facilities Temple Adath Y shui in announce thi con : lion ol a s] acioua modern sj • %  ;ing :.: % % %  -' tics • tl i %  lies Martin K 'i n lati that I Adath Yeshu' un is the increased enro'lmi I wide!} expanded facQities to maintain the highest stand school and it--1u Nursery School an %  • %  ter ecwl i mj both in govern i ing and in taxati "Certainly I woul IK xt legislative session look seriously at the question l I YIIKYOAY. MON. FRI. 10 -11 a.m. WmOABCAST ttVftfl KAM0 STATION WEDR-FM 99.1 on Your FM Radio Dial EM a. <;::M>I<7



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+Jewisti ftcrldHam
Friday, October 23. 1964
Feldman to Get
Award Sunday;
Sen. Morse Slated
Heijjuin. Eeldiruin, a.foiindcw :\n\
first president of Temple Belli
\m, will be honored Sunday even-
.it the Temple Both Am-Israel
Dinner of State at the Dora] Coun-
try Club, with noted statesman
and friend of Israel. Sen. Wayne
Horse, as guest speaker.
Announcement that Sen. Morse
Mould make the presentation of
the Israel Heclemption Award to
Keldman and be guest speaker of
the evening was made by Rabbi
Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard, spiri-
tual leader of the Temple, and
Phil Revitz, dinner chairman.
In addition to serving as first
president of Temple Beth Am,
Feldman has been chairman of
the Board of Trustees, chairman
of the Building Committee and
chairman of the Fund-Raising
Committee. He served as the
chairman of the first Temple
Beth Am Israel Bond Dinner in '
i960 and again in 1961.
Sen. Morse, an outspoken lib-j
>rj 1, has been a staunch friend of
the State of Israel in the Sen-,
>te
A leading member of the Sen-
ite Foreign Relations Committee,
Set'. Morse is an exponent of the
building up of underpriveleged na-
tions in the world through mvest-
ne its and economic assistance.
A one-time professor of law.
Morse entered the political arena i
is a Republican. He resigned
om the party in 1952 and later i
joined the Democratic Party.
The presentation of the Israel j
lemption Award will be made
o Herman Feldman "in recoani-
ion of hi- years of service in Jew-
-h life."
Preparations for the dinner
been made by a Committee
Hosts, with Phil Revitz. bus-,
. and community leader, serv-
as chairman.
'Living Hebrew" Resumes on TV
"Living Hebrew," television
program sponsored by the Bureau
of Jewish Education, over S'tation
WTHS, Ch. 2. will begin its sev-j
enth year on Thursday. Nov. 5,
at 7 p.m.. according to an an-,
nouncement of Joseph Cohen, pres-
ident of the Bureau.
The 15 broadcasts on Thursday,
evenings this year will feature the
study of the Hebrew language
through selections from IMrke
Aboth, -The Ethics of the Fath-
ers."
Instructor will be Louis
SttaM-artzinan,- executive director
of the Bureau, assisted by Dr.
Nathaniel Soroff. consultant of the
Bureau, in story editing, and
Gregory Zvi Rosenkranz in art
work.
"Living Hebrew is the first lie-
brew language program to be tele-
vised throughout the entire coun-
try.
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A JEWISH EDUCATION
Send them to:
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846 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
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Planning the Temple Beth Am-Israel Dinner of State are Chair-
man Philip Revitz and Mrs. Revitz as they congratulate Mr.
and Mrs. Keiman Feldman on his being named to receive the
Israel Redemption Award at the dinner on Sunday evening at
the Doral Country Club.
Adult Lectures
At Beth David
Beth Dav'd will inaugurate a
series of eight adult lectures and
discussion sessions on Tuesday .
The lectures will be held every
Tuesday from 9 to 10 p.m., in the
new school building at Beth David
in conjunction with the Bureau of
lewish Education. The public is
invited to attend.
Rabbi Eliezer A. I.evi. of Miami,
will lead the group in the scries.
which will include eight weekly
topics of inter-1.
Rabbi Levi, a student of the
University of Toronto and the
Jewish Theological Seminary,
and a veteran of pulpits in sev-
eral cities throughout the nation,
as well as Sidney Austrila, ap-
peared at Befh David last year.
Topics will be: Oct. 27 "Is
There a Jewish Vote: Has it Been
Effective?"
Nov. 10 "Our Teen-agers: Why
Interdate?"
Nov. 17 intermarriageCan
it Succeed?"
Nov. 24 -The Jewish Home
What are You Contributing?"
Dec. 1 'Is the Synagogue the
Center of Judaism?"
RA28I ELIEZER LEVI
Dec. 8
fective?"
"Prayer Is it Ef-
Dec. 15 "Prepare Your Child."
Dec. 22 "The Ecumenical
Council and the Jews."
Classes in Hebrew for the begin-
ner, intermediate and advanced
adult students will be conducted
every Tuesday from 8 to 9 p.m.
A class in Bible will be led by Rab-
bi Levi at the same time.
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As Governor, HAYD0N BURNS will
give Dade County's needs the state
attention they have long been denied.
HAYD0N BURNS is pledged to work
for Dade progress.
ELECT HAYDO
Democratic Candidate for
GOVERNOR
"LEADERSHIP FOR FLORIDA'S FUTURE "
T "
THE
SPACE
PROGRAM
has poured millions into Florida's economy.
HOLLAND
is a member of this important committee.
Not only has the space program benefited the
area around Cape Kennedy, but it will continue
to pour millions more into Florida's economy.
It is important to all Fforidians, Democrats and
Republicans alike, that we preserve the seniority
that gives Holland a seat on the Aeronautical and
Space Science Committee, whose prime respon-
sibility is to serve all matters in the space field.
Every resident of Florida shares in the benefits
that have resulted.
Florida needs Holland's continued influence on
this committee ... it is a valuable asset to every
citizen of Florida and the nation.
Paid Political Advertisement Psid For ly
Herbert E. Wolfe. Trcst.
CONTINUE FLORIDA'S PROGRESS .
CONTINUE FLORIDA'S SENIOR SENATOR
SPESSARD L.
HOLLAND
P(l Pnl Arty
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Page 14-A +Jewlsli ffcridiajn Friday, October 23. 1964 foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Relations Between Israel and Germany Seem to be Souring Jerusalem DELATIONS BETWEEN Israel %  and Western Germany seem to be heading for a period of heavy strain. The recent statement by Bonn's Chancellor Erhard that he saw no way for legislative action to bar West German scientists from working in Egypt evoked deep resentment here which, so far, has found only limited expression in the reaction of a Foreign Office spokesman. What Israel demanded, he said, was that Bonn take effective steps to put an end to the activities of the scientists aiding Nasser in the development of aggressive arms which, as Nasser openly declares, are intended for Israel's destruction. The idea of legislative action did not emanate from Israel. It was the Bonn Government and Bundestag, he said, that felt that this could best be achieved by means of legislative measures and now, 20 months after they had been initiated, Chancellor Erhard finds it is "impracticable"— without pointing to any other alternative. Observers here wonder what prompted the Chancellor to come out with this public statement —including a reiteration of Bonn's stand regarding the applicability of the statute of limitation to Nazi war criminals—which, beside all other considerations, was hound to bring about heavy internal pro-sure on the Israel Government, as indeed it did. Several opposition parties have alAs We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Politician and Minister O NE OF THIS writer's favorite rabbis has forthrightly stated from the pulpit that he found himself unable to keep silent in the current Presidential election campaiun because he saw in the campaign "a meddling with reliprinciples." He based his judgment in part on the tact that one of 1he candidates had accused the opposition party of holding "a wrong view ol men, his nature, and his destiny." Said the rabbi: "When the politician poses as a priest or as a prophet, then it is incumbent upon the religious leader to subject the new theology and creed to careiul scrutiny to ascertain whether it is divinely inspired or incited by Satan." Let us leave to the many rabbis, ministers, and prie=ts. as well as the several church periodicals now declaring themselves concerning the election campaign tj wrestle with that issue. But let none of us who has the least bit of understanding about the racist nature of the McCarrar Walter Immigration Law and its pernicious forerunner, the highly-discriminatory Johnson Immigration Law, keep silent in the face of Vice Presidential Candidate William E. Miller's shocking views on immigration. Mr. Miller is quoted as saying that President Johnson has given top priority to legislation that "would completely abolish our selective system of immigration and instead open the floodgates for virtually any and all who vish to come and find work in this country." Further, he has declared that "if the law were enacted, the number of immigrants next year will increase three fold and in subsequent years will increase even more." That Congressman Miller, whose Polish wife might well now be facing the hell of a Communist regime in middle Europe had politicians of an earlier day been heartless enough to make our immigration laws as cruel aad racist as they wished, stopped to examine current legislative proposals on this important issue, he would find nothing whatever in the proposals advanced by a Democrat. Sen. Hart, or a Republican, Sen. Javits, doing anything like opening the floodgates of humans into this country. And as to selectivity, if the New York Congressman cares to go on believing that an unlettered day laborer from Norway should get higher marks than a learned mathematician from Italy, then he has failed to listen to the high-sounding moral utterances of his own political party. The people still knocking at our golden gates are men, women, and children who most certainly would be warmed by and pleased with the many fine references to God and moral values heard a few weeks ago at the San Francisco convention. Why, then, turn now and toll them that our national origins quota system for the selection ol immigrants is sacrosanct? "The theory oi national origins (in our immigration law) cannot be defended without recourse to the discredited and unchristian tenets of Racism," Cardinal rushing, one of the great leaders of Candidate Miller's faith, has declared. Under the national origins quota policy, roughly 70 per cent of our yearly immigration allotment goes to Anglo-Saxon and Western European lanq>; the remaining 30 per cent is divided among Southern and Eastern Europe, the Near East, Asia, and Africa. Yet, every one of the candidates for the four highest offices in the United States—Congressman Miller included—has stated that we must seek and win and main tain the respect and friendship of the peoples of every nation on this planet. ready requested a full dress debate in the Knesset when it opens its winter sea-on next week and in anticipation of which the Government intends to come out with an official statement which is expected to be couched in rather sharp terms. Moreover, Chancellor Erhard's statement came on the heels of another Bonn reaction to a press i Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Things Are Different Now THE WIVES AND children of public officials seem to have become as much public figures as the man elected to office. One doesn't know for instance all the time whether it's Lyndon Johnson or Ladybird or Lucy who is running for President. They are all out campaigning and it's the same way on the Republican side. And from Israel this week, it was announced that Mrs. Levi Eshkol, the newly-married wife of the Prime Minister, is coming to the United States to go barnstorming for Israel Bonds. Mrs. Eshkol before her marriage lived the relatively sheltered life of a librarian. She is an attractive young woman of many line qualities: nevertheless, the tact that she was a librarian must have also influenced Mr. Eshkol. who doubtless remembered that Abraham Lincoln walked thirty miles to return a book. With a librarian in the home, he won't have to do that. When Ben-Gurion was last in New York, he literally hounded the book stores. Thomas Jefferson had the largest library of any American in his day. It became the nucleus of the present library of Congress. With Disraeli, it was different. Disraeli said whenever he wanted to read a book, he wrote one. But Disraeli had more time. He was the British Prime Minister, and England only has three parties, the Conservatives, the Labori'e-. and the Liberals; while Israel has about twenty parties, and besides this hardship, as Weizmann said to Truman, "he had to be President of a whole n. tion of Presidents." It's a different world today in other respects besides that of women campaigning. Countries, for instance, now build sukkahs for distinguished visitors. This past week, Malta celebrated the beginning of its independence and Dr. Burg, Israel's Minister of Public Welfare, was assigned to represent Israel at the birthday celebration of the new nation, but Dr. Burg found out that the celebration would take place on Sukkoth, and there was no sukkah in Malta. Dr. Burg got in touch with the Malta government and said he understood there was no sukkah there. They told him there were plenty of nice girls in Malta, and he needn't worry. Dr. Burg then had to explain to them that a sukkah is a booth, and he told them all about how the Jews lived in booths when they went out of Egypt. To make a long story short, the Malta government went ahead and built a sukkah especially for Dr. Burg. The Israel cabinet minister had an interesting encounter with the Soviet envoy at Malta. Seeing Dr. Burg carrying a little bag, he asked, "What's in there—the atomic bomb?" It uses Talis and TefiTIin. report hero which quoted Premier Eshkol as laying that he might meet Chancellor Erhard sometime next year. A Bonn spokesman said that %  n othing was known" of such a planned meeting—w-hile in fact it is scheduled to take plac Quite obviously one does not have to look :ard for an explanation of Bonn's behavior. It is all part and parcel of Bonn's "Drang nach 0>'?n," West Germany's drive to penetrate the Middle East and Africa and secure for itself there a wide economic and political base. Surely it is no accident that Chancellor Erhard's statement coincides with an impending visit by President Nasser of E:ypt to Bonn. To be sure there is nothing new to it. [t is a nolW that has been going on for many years and it has been the fear of Arab reaction that llso kept Bonn lrom establishing diplomatic rela'.ons with Israel. It would appear however that, as West Germany grows stronger, it feels less and less the needs of "balancing" its policy vis-a-vis the Arabs and of considering World public opinion. While two years ago the issue of the German scientists was seen as causing West Germany to feel "uncomfortable," now apparently Bonn feels that t.iere is no more room for any such "sensitivity" ind that the Israeli aspect can now be handled with much lass "caution" than in the past. Off file Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN Tribute by a Student w HEN TJHIS WRITER enter"! the Elchanan Yeshiva, forerunner of yeshiva University, he was in the midst A reading a speech that he was to deiver at his bar mitzvah some reeks ater. Preparations for theevent 3 I beuin some weeks earlier at the Veshiva ; Eitz Chaim, a minor yeshiva that was I n effect a preparatory school for those who wanted to pursue the advanced Jewish ei teation that was being offered by the Isaac Elchanan theological school. The bar mitzvah speech—which was really not a speech but a dissertation on a Talmudic theme whose essence now eludes memory—was brief, staccato sharp and delivered in the inimitable chant that was the delight of Jewish mothers and the pride Of Jewish fathers over the centuries. Amidst straining eyes that seemed to be i' quest of miracle and beards scattered by inquiring fingers, the bar mitzvah youth proceeded to unburden himself of the treasures he accumulated over the months and which he was now sharing with the elders at the table. On completing his dissertation, he caught his tither's eyes tearing in delight, while his mother, though it was her hour too, stood parted by walls from the dialogue of the men. Then came the endless questioning, by Rabbi Aranowitz, the then-already greying scholar who was to live to a long, ripe age, by Reb Moshe, the saintly man who was not of this world as he strolled through the corridors of the yeshiva exhorting students to "learn today and loaf tomorrow," and by the learned men of our synagogue and chassidic shtibel. Becoming thirteen meant much to a Jewish boy in those days, especially to one who had had the privilege of finding shelter under the tent of learning that was the Isaac Elchanan yeshiva. Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Secret Jews Serve at a U.S. Air Force Base Washingtonl LJAS THE UNITED States Air Forcel %  caused Jewish personnel and del pendents to become virtual "Marranos"! —secret Jews—at Wheelus Air Base, at! Tripoli. Libya? Personnel of the base! have written to Sen. Jacob K. Javits.[ New York Republican, detailing their! plight in the anti-Jewish atmosphere of] the Arab country. The Air Force position is that Arab passions are directed not only against Jews but also against the continued use of the strategic base by the United Stairs. There is concern that no offense be given to the Arabs. The preservation of "cordial relations" transcend; the rights and feelings of American Jews based in Libya in the Air Force view. Jews stationed at Wheelus charge, in effect, that the Air Force would like them to conceal their Jewish identity. Describing the situation of married personnel, an Air Force Captain wrote of his concern ever the fate of hi wife and children. He said: "We live under constant fear of intimidation. It is not as if we enjoyed the walled sanctity of Wheelus Air Base. We are dispersed in Arab towns, MM miles from the base. To be sure, we have been forced to completely lose our Jewish identity. Christmas will be a nightmare. The pressure to put up a Christmas tree 'as all Americans do' will be overwhelming." The captain and his wife started a Sunday School for 20 Jewish children. The children were too young to understand that they must keep secret the fact that they were Jewish. "All Jews are personna non grata here." said the Captain. The words "hear, oh Israel" are treason. Jewish prayer books must be smuggled in. There was fear of teaching the children Jewish prayers or songs. The attitude of a Jewish chaplain who made occasional visits to the base was described by the aptain as "don't rock the boat." We have just decided to discontinue our S-Jnday School for fear that our children are learning too much. I attribute our safety to two factors—our hidden Jewish identity and blind luck ... it is a miserable, neryewrackini! existence." When the late President Kennedy said: 'Ask what you can do for your country,' I feel that he did not expect us to sacrifice our religion or self-respect. If Jewish personnel must be forced upon the Arabs, .why not let it be unmarried men who would reside in barracks nn base—not families who must live in the Arab community." it



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tk. w oman s UJortJ "dfe wish Flor idlian Miami, Florida, Friday, October 23. 1964 Section B TO PROMOTE ECONOMY OF COUNTRY Mrs. Eshkol on Visit to America By Special Report Mrs. Levi Eshkol. wife of the Prime Minister of the State of Israel, arrived last week for a ten-day tour of five major American cities in behalf of the Israel Bond drive to promote the economic development of her country. On her arrival at Kennedy airport in New York via El Al Israel Airlines, she was welcomed by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president of the Israel Bond Organization. In Mrs. Eshkol's first public appearance of her current visit, she was the guest of honor at a luncheon marking the opening of the Greater New York Women's DiMRS. LtVI tSHKOl vision Fall campaign for Stale of Israel Bonds Mrs. EshKoi lirst visited the I.'nited States in June. 1964. when .-he came here with the Prime .Minister of Israel at the Invitation of President Johnson. Mrs. Eshkol was brought to Israel at the age of five. She served in Haganah, the Jewish defense organization and. after Israel achieved statehood, joined its armed forces, rising to the rank of Sergeant. An accomplished linguist and scholar. Mrs. Bshkol is also well versed in Middle East affairs, history and Kabbalah. In 1956, she became reference librarian for Is rael's Parliament. She married the Prime Minister last March. Mis. Phil Revitz, Mrs. Herman Feldman and Mrs. Herbert M. Bcamgard are shown planning women's participation in the Terr.ple Beth Am-Israel Dinner of Tribute. Mrs. Revitz, wife of the chairman, serves Mrs. Feldman, wife of the dinner honoree and Mrs. Baumqard, wife of the Temple's spiritual leader. Mrs. Revitz and her husband were hosts at a reception for members of the committee planning the tribute at the Doral Country Club on Sunday evening, Oct. 25. (See Story, Page 12-/.. J ALITE bv ISABEL GRCVE Rabbi David Lehrfield. spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel, leaving for New York next week Witt) wife Miriam and their throe M-s Happy chore taking the Rabbi north is officiating at the wedding of his younger brother, Daniel, and Miss Judith Chill, of New York ... the family will then fly to Israel, where Rabbi Lehrfield will again officiate at a wedding, that of Miriam'brother While in Israel. Rabbi Lehrfield plans to vi-it e ucational centers, the Parham nt and other points ol historical r.terest which will serve as the basis ot a series of lectures on the Holy Land he will deliver on his return to Miami Beach During the Rabbi's absence prominent rabbis in the community will deliver the sermons at Kneseth Israel First to serve will be Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, of the Hebrew Academy. Mrs, Eugene J. Weiss, of the Terrr.ce Towers, and her sister, Mrs. Tillie Light, of Miami, have returned from a visit with family fn Russia whom they hadn't see in 44 years Reunited WO brothers and their two daughters, the only remaining members of the tamily to survive the last war. the sisters spent two weeks in Warsaw and Wilno. becoming acquainted with nieces* and nephews and doing some sightseeing man has been invited to send two painting.to the Annual Park Avenue Synagogue Exhibition in Cleveland ... The month-long show, which opens in November, ic (lavoted mainly to the work of Ohio artists with limited participation of out-of-state artists. Dinner party the early part of October at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Sol Colsky brought together out-of-town relatives and attendants at the wedding of Eileen Louis Lash and Howard Maltz. who exchanged marital vows on Sun-lav. Oct. 11. at the neauville Hotel Parents of the newlyweds are Esieue and Bernard Lash and Rose and Louis Maltz Guests from New York included Dr. and Mrs. Marvin lash and their offspring—he's Bernard's brother; Mr. and Mrs. Sy Kagan. Estelle's sister; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Maltz, related to the bridegroom's family Others were Usher Robert Feldman and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Feldman; bridesmaid Karen, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs Maury Morris; Grandma Gussie Lash; and the bridegroom i Plster, Irma, and husband. I.loyd Knopier, members of the wedding party. Jack Rosenberg, son of the Joseph Rosenbergs, has been appointed a Judge in the Criminal Courts of New Kork %  Proud vogue says: Hhe stripling coat in glorious pale tones A smashing look for any junior size figure spare, sparse, narrow with width only at the hem. Shaped with beautiful body seaming in textured wool. New season pales sand beige or playhouse green. 5 to 13. Enjoy it now on your fashion-wise Burdine's charge. *66 YFS Junior Letter coats and suits. third floor, DOWNTOWN MIAM (at all 6 Burdine's stores) -1 ri.-t 1>/M'nV(in'"* r tf*rm Y'tnumA ftrt Paro *-*



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Page 6-B rjewisti norkHar Friday. October 23. 1964 3randetS Women Children's Home Luncheon Member Tea A fashion show and luncheon of the Children's Home Society was to be held Thursday noon in the Deauville's Casanova Room. In charge of arr ingements was I hc"'Mrs. Jack Bacftrac'V. who expects over 500 persons. Youth Leaders Meet Directors hestra leader. Mrs. Sam Goldman is present of Micmi Business and Professional Chapter of Louis Krams. recording secretary; Heller; Mrs. hc Miami Beach Chapter. the Southeastern Florida Region of Women's Ethel Levin Sadowsky P"** 1 *^** !" 7" ~~. Amercina ORT launched its second annual Resnick vice president; Mrs. Jacob Kauffman. | srae | B | e Center orcgram at en annual installation dinner financial dues secretary;Miss An ta Rivk.n .re.ccently at Southaate Towers. Daniel Neal tention membership chairrnanMrs Max WarBjl !" Chofcttl HeUer. president of the Miami Beach Men's haftaq. vice president; Mrs. Dorothy Turchm. Chapter oi ORT. and immediate past national pronram and education chairman; and Mrs. Sander of Jewish War Veterans, was inBarry Rosenblatt, national vice president, who stalling officer and guest speaker. Left to brought greetings from national ORT. right are Miss Ls? Pearlman, treasurer; Mis. __ n Mrs. Samuel C. Brown, vice resident of membership. Miami -.each Chapter, Brandeis .Univeritv National Women's Commit>e was in charge of the mother laughter membership dessert tea jst night at the home of Mrs. Robert D. Grossman, 22 W. Rivo Ito Dr. Additional guests were any presidents and youth ffCttvltiei member who brought a new memchairmen of the many ZOA an : Ifadassah chapters throughout the Mrs Browns committee inGreater Miami area and Molly [uded Mesdames Harold Dorfwood gathered at the home ol Mr, nan Jack Falk Benjamin Kresand Mrs. \1 Ossip last week for •erg Louis Lichtman, Paul Meya meeting of the South .Floridi •r *Morton Schwartz and Harry Zionist Youth Commission. *| bv Josh Reohun, chairman of the Pro-ram chairman. Mrs. Ben Youth Commission introduce, 'ion "n burg presented Rudy guests to Frank Farbenbloom. ; ,1 „cal accordionist and ornew city director o Young Judaea. Farbenbloom discussed l he activities of Young Judaea, which is jointly Hadassah and ZOA. Acting as co-chairman for the evening with Rephun was Mrs. Gerald Sol'/, regional president of Had issah and member of Young Judaea's Camping Committee sponsored bj Me Bikur Cholim of the Israelite Center will hold its annual family dinner on Sunday, Nov. l. at G' p.m.. in the S i I Hall ol the 5W 24th Ter. Beach Hades*::': ?\am (Masses Mrs Rebecca Lipson, il Co-chairmen for the event are pd tii n;i| ( '• rs Isn •: Iziks and Mrs, Isa lor ( fhe ia |i B) |( h r ,.. Silver. Ticket co-chairmen are | ii| i ^ ,,,,, conducf ( Mrs. Julius Steinberg^and Mrs. |hrougnou tne year at Temple Beth Sholom. Classes for I ners and advanced studenthe held every Wednesday, 10 a.m., in Room 111. Mr>. Norman Meyers, vice presBig turnout last week in theI ident and membership chairman I Miami Club of the Columbus the chapter, announces the fi Hotel was in honor of new Demotion of the King Cole-Ka Maj. Herman Grayson nas ar^^ nominees for the State LegChapter, lfith Beach Groui ranged for the 435th Troop carKenneth Myers, Ralph conjunction with Israels to fly over he nark remony-andI for the s n Barth,j.resui ; % %  '' Group to pro 1 ^ vide .1 firing squ flag deUN Day Set For Surfside Military men stationed at HomeLivens Mrs. Jack lead Air Force Base will play StnwaEti is president. lead rolein Surfside's United Natjons Day on Saturday. The town .... will dedicate the -smallest park Democratic Nominees in the world" at 92nd St. and Bay Dr. to the UN, with Rep. Claude pepper as chief speaker. tail. or Chucl H I, Surf or Lee i. and mem1 1 1 (il will join ch ic and •rnal leadery Scouts In the ceremony, starting at I a.m. Mrs. Dorothy Rich is UN Das chairman. t.i the legislature. I Volunteer Workers Make Big In Success of Combined Jewish Appeal In many eases the success, or failure, of a philanthropic camaign can be measured by the activity of the unsung hero, the dunteer. Every division of CornGreater Miami Jewish Federation. Both Molly and Shari Silverman are workers who have done much Volunteers ol long standing for the Combined Jewish Appeal TeiYipIC ExeCS and Greater Miami Jewish Federation are Mrs. Sol Silverman *1 £ U ileft) and Mrs. Shari Silverman (center). Mrs. Jacob Entine. Oft TO WOllTaD -also active in the CJA Women's Division, is shown right. Three Greater Miami Temple administrators will participate in |\j££. r -. n a the 23rd annual convention of the III TvlCIICC National Assocation of Temple Administrators in Detroit from Oct. 26-30. Mrs. Milton Malakoff, Temple Beth Sholom; Edward Cohen. Temple Israel of Greater Miami; and Ellis Robbin. Temple Beth t hl ittvIT 1 Am, will participate in the sesto aid the programs of the worn. • v r n n Ani„ n • TV%  %  t r-t „_ oil 1.,. sions at the Sheraton-Cadillac ens Division of CJA on all lev1 ... ... „,„.„ u„ Hotel which will explore the l.ned .lev. i-h Appeal contains such els,. theme; ..^ Human Resources: individuals whose tireless and in-, They have given considerable ; Templo Administration's Greatest valuable services are otten recogenthusiasm and personal effort to I Asset"' zed and often overlooked. : the programs of the division and | .,, „ ,. _,._ Two representatives who embody cb ,ained support from hundreds .Cohen will chair a panel discusthe n.le o. the volunteer, one of Lf women in the community to I s '" courtesy seating for he the highest forms of service to the help make Miami a better Blee|2!L?S ^JSJS"^^ community, are Mrs. Lawrence j„ which to live. Silverman and Mrs. Sol Silverman, Thev'have helped the Home for iders of the Wome&'a Auxiliary (he Ag(l( furmsh manv new ro0 ms the Jewish Home for the Aged, ; n ,, substantia i ly aided in the benefieiary institution of the building of the new pavilion which Bade State Representative MARY ANNMacKENZIE says: "A VOTE FOR BURNS ISAVOTEFORDADE" The bigger Dade's Vote is for Governor, the stionger Dade's Voice will be at Tallahassee CAST YOUR VOTE FOR HAYDON BURNS FOR GOVERNOR .,. and make sure Oade gets its fair share 0' Florida's tuture as doubled the number of pat, ientat the Home at Douglas Gardens. The two Mrs. Silvermans •re vOtOflteers who have always had time for Combined Jewish Appeal. A number of cards they have covered and the number of pledges ; hoy have received are an example that can well be emulated by those who want to help build : and strengthen the Jewish community here and around the world. service on the concluding day of, the convention. Mrs. Malakoff will participate in the session on New Trends." Since its founding in 1941 as an affiliate of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, NATA has been instrumental in assisting the formation of similar associations among other denominations. MUl C KOGiai 1AM M OlliONS CIAUOI mm Dora Stein Sisterhood Dora Stein Sisterhood will hold its monthly meeting on Tuesday evening at the Israelite Center. Dr. Shamyahu T. Swirsky will review 'The Pearl," by John Steinbeck. Kneseth Israel Ladies to Meet On Wednesday Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein, president. Kneseth Israel Sisterhood, an-1 nounces the first card party of I the season will take place in the Social Hall on Wednesday, 12:30' p.m. Mrs. I. Ruppert is chairman of refreshments, with Mrs. Etta Manj dell and Mrs. Gizella Weiss serving as co-chairmen. Mrs. Louis Dublin is chairman of the event. Florida's Democratic Congressional Delegation Unanimously Endorses President LYNDON B. JOHNSON The members of Democratic Congressional Delegation from Florida are proud of the outstanding performance of Lyndon B. Johnson as President of the United States. They commend him to you as a stable, efficient administrator, and as a proven friend with an understanding of the programs which vitally affect Florida's economy. Florida Needs President Johnson President Johnson Needs Your Vote Vote Democratic November 3rd The stakes are foo high for you to stay home %  aid political advorrUoitioM paid for by ih. Florida lyndan Johnson Campaign Fund, Thomas F. Floming, Jr., Chairman.



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Page 8-B lewlstncrktlari Friday. October 23. 1964 WOMAN OF THE WEEK "I went to he known as Mrs. Ben Essen—not Hazel." %  :y firmly. "AD I want to do ito bask in Be: He's a terrific guy.' Tne Essens have a heir frier ion etimes describe as "corny." Tfcey bold n Is, like to be together and ci Mings. But it has lasted these many years even it tbey bsve seen each every day, all day for the last 12 years in the office. Hazel was born and reared in Spr:r • Mass. Graduating i school at 16. she vent to New York to attend New York er-ity She met her future husband, get engaged at 17 and married at 18. Twenty years ago. they moved to Miami. Ben was j the active one in the family, goj ing in for dramatics and lectures. / i as well as community affairs. In ,j whatever area Ben was involved, \A Hazel tried to do her share. Only HAUL m Masonry did she have no share. At that time, -he was active in National Council of Jewish Women. Hadassah. YMHA and Cardiac Hospital. Now Hazel is a career woman. Twelve years ago. Ben asked her to decorate his office. Not only did she decorate it then, but she decorates it every day now v ith her presence. Ben taught her the mortgage brokerage business; shepresident of the Keystone Mortgage Company and the scie representative of the David Shaw Company, of New York, which is decidedly a feather in her pretty red hair. Hazel is a perfectionist. Whatever .-he does, she makes sure she does it well. She enjoys learning, and functions with her whole heart. She would rather dance than eat which to some extent explains her knock-out figure Hazel and Ben like to bowl and have won tennis cups, but at pi"-ent. they are becoming golf iddicts. The Essens are great travelers, having been to every corner of the globe, even Russia. They like to learn about the culture of the various peoples in the countries they visit. It gives them a new insight into life. When they went to Israel, they were so filled with pride, that they even felt their own stature in America was raised. The Essens have one son, Richard, who is practising law with his father. The three of them are very close, doing things together, as well as being together in the office. They all have a mutual respect for each other and enjoy discussing the events of the outside world, having battles royal over current events. Hazel doesn't relax. During the day she works at top speed mentally. At night, they are busy dancing, being with friends, attending organization and social dinners and meetings. If they are not on the go all the time. Hazel thinks they're stagnating. Their new offices in the Ainsley Building express each Essen personality vividly. When you go into Hazel's pink-paneled French provincial office, very discreet, very unique and interesting with pink patent leather furniture, you would know that she also designs the unusual gowns she wears. One phrase describes Hazel Essen: "joie dei vivre!" Mm i v %  %  Men's Club Will Stage Comedy Marsha Pierce Eyes June Rites Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fishkin. of Miami, announce the engagement of their daughter. Marsha Jane Pierce, to Thomas Albert Kieiman. sen nf Dr. am! Mrs. Mor ris A. Kleiman, Miami. An April graduate of the University of Florida, the bride-to-be is currently studying for a Master's degree at the University of Miami, after which she plans to teach social studies. The future bridegroom attended the University of Florida, and served with the U.S. Army Security Agency overseas for three He is currently attending the University of Miami, where he >rking for a degree in radio %  ,.-; n communieat: A June wedding is planned. Proceeds Will Aid Academy Hebrew Academy PTA annual ie party this year falls on the first nisht of Chftnuka, Sunday, Nov. 29. • \:> Fair Lady.' starring Audrey Hepburn and Rex Hsrriaon, will be shown at the Lincoln Theatre on a reserved ticket poly, with proceeds earmarked for Academj 1. brary tun.. HfRSHA pwt't 3'mri Reprise? Casting I r p;."t"The • %  pi he Theatri ( %  ••: B'n i • Tl Participating in the plans for the Nov. 11 Pre* dames Jack S. P'.pick. William Lader. N:^x ident's Reception of the Greater Miami V/cmV.'eitz and Jacob Rifkdn. Stcmdii g are Mesen's Division cf the American Friends ci the dame:. June Biuestein, Ralph Spexc Leon KroHebrew University are (seated from left) Mesn'.sh and Betty Feuer. Hebrew Univ. Women Pfan President's Fete The President's Reception of the Greater Miami Women's Division, American Friends of the Hebrew University, will be held by Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff in her home on Nov. 11. To express her appreciation to the officers and supporters of the Jewish National and UniversityLibrary, the special project of the Women's Division, Mrs. Simonhoft c.;ch year welcomes as her guests those who have demonstrated their interest in Hebrew University by gift or devoted efforts. In preparation for the President's Reception, at which a book review will be presented, a board Club to Meet At Zamora "Who Needs Money," an original I musical comedy with a cast of 40, will be presented by the Men's Club of Beth David on Dec. 5' to 7, it was announced by Lou Seitlin. club president. Gala black tie premiere on Dec. 5, will' include dinner, according to Chairman Max Jacobson. Bob Brenner will direct "Who Needs Money." Cast includes Ronnie Wolk, Joe Nevel. Evelyn Saluk, Ruben [dels, Lucille Alternian and Herman Fisher. Committees are ticket, Mrs. Jennie Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Seitlin, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mendelson and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murenberg; ads. Harold Berke, Bernard Bloom, Mrs. Seitlin and Mrs. Bernard Leffler; program. Herman Boren. Bernard Bloom; dinner, Leonard V old, Charles Spingarn, Mrs. Jennie Gordon, Mrs. Sam Badanes and Mrs. Archie Mendelson; scenery. Frank Rose; treisurer, Frank Rose; publicity,. Mr. and Mrs. II iward Berger. NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI Rabbi Hershel Brocks, of Temple Zamora. announces that the Temple's Talis and Tfilin Club will have its first service on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Members of the Talis and Tfilin Club include Robert Aronoff. Martin Elgison, Robert Leavitt, Don Lederman. Edward Lucker. Jay L'-fkowitz. Howard Manhoff, Mark Pollack. Jon E. Pont. Tully Rois, man. Zadik Shapiro, Howard Singer, Stewart Slutsky, Ben Lewis Schachter, Gary Schweitzer, Howard Taft. Robert Teller and Tommy Tibor. Following services, the club will join the Temple's teen-agers for breakfast hosted by the USY, and a program featuring Dr. Bernard Baron, psychologist for Dade Coun ty. and directoi of the Social Service Bureau ut Miami Beach, whe will speak on "Teen-Age — Age o) Turmoil." Representing the USY are Eller Schachter. president: Steven Kus nick vice president; Naomi Smuk ler. secretary: and Steven Shuman. treasurer. meeting of the Women's Division met this week in the One Lincoln Road offices of the Friends. A report on the initiaJ luncheon of ;lie organization was presented by Mrs. Harry PUtoff, membership ih lirman. Program chairm?-? at the Nov. 11 President's Reception will be Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, memLer of the President's Cabinet and national vice president of the Women's Di\ision o: the American Friends. Hungarian Club Meeting Hungarian Club. 2230 NW 14th St.. will hold the season's first show on Sunday evening with dancing, singing, skits and music. 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Friday. October 23, 1964 vJewisfi norSdiiain Page 13-A <&ti ligious S* ervices Jhis UJcckcnd h,ronm rral 1 hoi (I .it I nn liy Rahhl Kipper and Oneg Shabbat. UCUDATH Orthodox. ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. Rabbi Isaac Ever. Hiiiiiiiiiniii.i I II lHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Israel Kershner. | A NSHE EMES. 2S33 SW 19th Ave. Conservative. BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. RabDi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. m-ldm %  -'•• f '< 1 ;llrl s:,: i'" 1 Saturday !' %  m liar Mltavah: David, son of Mr. and' Mr* Harry Stone. Rabbi Carl tfM n ,.f Beth Slmlom <'miKri-)catinn. Rilmxiitun, Alberta, Can., will be (IIMII rabbi both days. Cantor Upaon vi ii be asatoted by the Beth David choir. • BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Fridiiv 5:30 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Hei-ninn: "Vlalon "f Abraham." Mln,-ha *:15 p.m. BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein. BETH JACOB. 301-3'1 Washinoton Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice Mamches. • BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabhl Max Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. SMI unlay 8:43 a.m. Sermon: "i.i La \ %  Make Snort." 4: m p.m. "The I r Law." 5:10 p.m. "UiuralnI ter." • BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 10 W. Dittie Hwy. Conservative. • BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave. Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secretai y. BETH TFILAH. 93 r > Euclid Ave OrIOX. Rabbi Joseph E. R.ickovsky. • BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip:z. C.intoiBen-Zion Kirschenim. ind R:13 |i m Si 11 tl I'nlted NaII .,ii.: Mi Jerome Sch i m. Har Vlll %  > ih: ....i nl Mr. ..ml Mrs. VI II and Mi--, Sol Klfenr•. i RAPHAEL. 1401 NW UWrd St. tive. Rabbi Harold Richter. '.or Jack Lerner. mnn: Wnv l<*• • %  idy." Si udi mof Hebrew Iioola and thi n in Consecration <-. — • FLAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st P' Conservative. Rnbbi David Ros' enfrid Cantor George Goldberg. i j p.m. I'nited Fund Sabi! Sl i.ilib at hosted by Mr. and HI Kilakoff in honor of er Uaril) n's • ddinK In \ \ Saturday H 30 a.m. Sermon: I'ortion of the Week." Mlncha in. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross l"i ii,i\ 5:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. and :•.!.-• p.m. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson at. Conservative. Rabbi D.ivid Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. — • — HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th St.. Homestead. Conservative. Cantor Pincus Aloof. e ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen 10 an i • %  '.."• p.m. Sermon: • ll A 'll of 1>. %  • %  • OtW ShaMnit hosted by Mr M'rai M;i\ narxhax In honor of, "ih wid In' -.ii Mr. i rean irer ol Israi lite < %  n %  I in. -nl. •,of M %  i friendly I %  i lull. Saturday 8:15 n m. The Mi'i.i Epochal Sentence In Dll.l. y* CANDLEUGHTING TIME 17 Heshvan — 5:26 p.m. imiuumoiiiuin'i" i .,.,„ S'atnr"Promlses and Pnlflliments.' day a.m. Mlncha 5:30 p.in • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah/ nuns. • TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 5:30 and 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "The Debate In Rome and the Vanishing Jew." Saturdas 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "The Humble Betrinnlnsa of R Qreal I'eople." Mlncha 5:30 p.m. • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. FYIda> 7: i p.m. Those with birthdays in August, S< ptember and ii olier "ill in calii l to the pulpit for a hli -Ml an I Mr.--. David S. Block %  thi %  in -: Shabbat In i t of his bl TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th st. Reconstructions. Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. j i' in. Hei mun "Are Cm i flood for the Jewish People?" Baturdaj 10:30 a in. Sermon: "Rebels with n Cause." Oct i birthday children will lir blessed at the altar. -— • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steinur. • -— TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Prlduj 8.15 p.m. United Fund and l niiiil Nations Sabbath. Sermon: "The Visit." Saturday 10:45 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Murray Alan, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Aiuani Baker; Steven Ira. son of Mr. and .Mrs. Marvin Jacker. TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alexander Cohen. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. Friday S:|II p.m. Sermon: "Which is Kind.. — To be Brutally Frank or to Till a White Me." Saturday 8:30 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kane. • TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. frldaj 5:45 p.m. haturday :i a.m, Sermon: "Advice to the Vounir." Hen. E. A. Evans, president of i'nited l-'iiml, will extend K'vetlnns in honor of UK Sabbath. Bar Milzvah: Peter, son uf Mr. and Mrs. Kmil Morton. • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. I i Ida> S:13 p.in. Si rnion: "II• -1,. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 73th St. j Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein, frldny 6 p.m. Saturday :• a.m. s<-r"i m: "I'ortion ..r the Law." Bar Mlttvah: Stuart, son "i Mr. and Mrs. l.i w is Jacobsnn TEMPLE NER TMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi' tional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. • TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Nico Feldman. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Peace — Politics for Policies." Saturday 8:45 a.m. • TEMPLE SINA! OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. Friday 8:1.1 p.m. Sermon: "Twenty Cents for Civilization, Eighty Cents for Devastation." TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Israeli Army." Saturday B:48 a.m. Siiiium: "The Three Angela." PALMER MEMORIALS *" "Miami's Only Jewish Monamenf •silden" TEMPLE JUDEA. ??0 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rnbbi Morris Kipper. Friday 8:13 p.m. New members will TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Friday S:3fl p.m. Sermon: "Wider Hoi /.'ii-.." Ones. Shabbal hosted by Mi -. Rose Boi kl in honor of KI nndin Steven Joel Susaneck. Snturda> !l a.in. Sei inon : "I 'orl Ii II of Ihe VVi ek .: Itzvali Steven Joi I, on of Mr. md Mi s. Burl Sut mi ek. YOUNG ISI %  AtL. 9'.'0 NE 171st St Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. : riM.i\ it p.in i-'aturdnj D a.m. inon: "Ti ri II II Ihe N Ikht." LEADERS IN SERVICE, QUALITY AND VALUE! We Must Make the Choke of Life Bil.lv JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. I", p.in: SaJ.UVda> v:'" n.111. ; The TOM. m; of Faith." Mlnhn 8:13 p.m. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield Cantor Abraham Seif. MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strasafeld. MINVONAIR6S CONGREGATION. 373t Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM. 811 Normandy Dr. Orttodox. Rabbi lhineas Weberm *f • BOUWWMT CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St..Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwa|i. FiidiU5:80 and B:18 p.m. Scrimm: By DR. JCSEfH R. NAROT Temple Israel of Getater Miami Recently, Sen. Hubert Humphrey, in one of his cami IK'S quoted from the Book c i Deuteronomy. Referring to the choice which the American people must soon make in the national election, the Senatoi reminded us of the Biblical passage: "Behold 1 have set before you life and death, good ana evil, blessing and curse. Choose, therefore, life that ye may live.' This is, of course, a familiar scriptural sentence to Judaism and Jews, not only on Yom Kippur but always. It sums up thi ancient and unending faith which we have had in man's freedom to choose, to shape his destiny. And it captures in a single thought the strong conviction on our part that every man must, finally, be held accountable and responsible for his lile and deeds. Now. it cannot be that either Judaism or we Jews are oblivious to the sad facts of life that outfreedom is often seriously limited. Fate, like greatness, is often thrust upon us. Circumstanceat birth, unforeseen accident, natural calamities, and great human disasters such as and persecution certainly curtail, if they do not entirely destroy, ihe freedom of countless numbers. I once asked Df, Leo Baeck. the renowned Jewish leader of pre-Hitier Germany, how we can reconcile our faith in freedom with the realities life often imposes upon us. He was a good man to ask. Hitler had placed Dr Baeck in a concentration camp and had tied him to a refuse cart which he had to haul about the prison yard. But Dr. Baeck chose to discuss philosophy and theology with a companion, instead of succumbing to the indescribable degradation the Nazis had inflicted upon •'It is true," said Rabbi Baeck. The answer, I believe, lies in each individual human heart and life. Books can not resolve the dilemma. Literature can not do away with the conflict. Philosophy and psychology can not erase the problem, it remains for each of us to -ay how free he can be, how much he is able to choose between good and evil. Sen. Humphrey was right, but in a much larger sense than perhaps he had in mind. In the context of all our problems and concerns, we must go on believing that good and evil, life and death, blessing and curse are set before us and that we must choose life. Sc heduled Un veiling* SUNDAY, OCT. 25, 1964 Hit. Sinai Cemetery BELLA ELGIS0N, 2 p.m. Rabbi Zei'i Greenu'ald Ml. Nebo Cemetery SAMUEL FEINBERG, 1 p.m. Rabbi Mavcr Abramounti ISRAEL MELLER, 1:30 p.m. Rufobi Wax Lip.sclntz SEE WHAT Y00 BUY! DO NOT BUY FROM MAIL ORDER FIRMS AND BE SORRY! Boy Direct from the manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Mirmi's Only Jewish Monument Buildert 3279 S.W. 8lh Street Hi 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0921 I I Emanuel Gordon 1877-1946 Harry Gordon 1903-1964 DR. JGStfH R. NAROT freedom of choice "that life often limits or affects our ability to choose, but il -till leaves us with the will to choose." I have often thought of this entire problem and of the sage's words. It is a universal question. It is an agonizing question. •The historic Jewish doctrine that all is in the hands of heaven save the fear of heaven," said Dr. Solomon Schechter, "is not without its difficulties." Indeed not. Who shall say that a child born into a slum has the same chances in life as he who is born into a comfortable home? And yet we know that some have risen above slums, above hate, above every possible and impossible burden of environment, of fate, of circumstance. A Good T*iame Is Mure To Be Treasured Than Great Riches. GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami Ph. 373-5533 IKE GORDON JAMES B. GORDON II Will KU... IS I SEE IF It > Continued from Pago 4-A passe with the 13 Arab states," it is his professional prerogative. Not even a feaiure writer for Miami's morning daily can hope always and forever to have the answer to everything. What military jften, outside of our city's extensive corps of Cuban generals, will be less than guarded? If the reporter had only been interested in Mr. Dubinsky's visit as well, another story might have emerged-thc story of the UJA s newest and most exciting horizon in Israel today: the young republic's urgent educational needs which American Jews must help meet But after all, what s conspiratorial in that? It's far more exciting to suggest illicit intrigue. Rutstein Slated At Emanu-EI Forty-Niners of Temple EmanuEI will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, 7:30 p.m., in Sirkin Hall Irving Schatzman, president, announced. Leo Rutstein, director, Southern Region of the American Technion Society, will speak on "A Trip to Israel." A social hour will follow. r BRONZE YAHRZEIT < TABLETS & NAMEPLATES < % Hotel lobby Announcement Boards < t BASS BULLETIN BOARD < 8. 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"•OfewisRi Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IVohime 3" — Number 43 Miami, Florida, Friday, October 23. 1964 Two Sections — Price 20 been changed" |excep1 ior "the judicial recogCi'tinued o.i Paqe 16-A Bonn Minister Tells Tries To Entice Scientists Back DR. JOACHIM PtWl no desire to repeat GOP Names Foe of Israel WASHINGTON (JTA) Norman \V. Rales, of Portland. Ore., vi as appointed by the Republican National Committee as a national co-chairman of the LebaneseSyrian-American section of the Nationalities Division of the GOP Committee. Announcement of the appointment was made by Dean Uurch, chairman of the Republi can Part} National Committee. Raies is a leader ol the Federa i,on ol Syrian-Lebanese Clubs ind the Cedar Society, a founder of the American Universit> in Beirut. Lebanon, and a charter member Continued on Pane 16-A TEHERAN — (JTA) — Dr. Hermann Ilocrcherl. West German 1 Interior Minister, said here this e ek that the Bonn Government i had offered "financially interest• in^ jobs" to West German scienists in Egypt to induce them to 1 return to West Germany. The scientists arc engaged on working • n advanced weapons systems for I the regime of President Nasser. The West German official, who w as "interviewed here by West German television reporters on his i way home from the Olympic ,ames in Tokyo, said he felt that | relations between West Germany and Israel, which has sharph and repeatedly demanded the recall of the scientists, could be "normalized" by this step. He added he was opposed to German experts working on weapons or ither military matters outside of West Germany. The London Daily Telegraph meanwhile reported this week frcm Bonn that the West German Government "is expected to rcexamine the possibility of introducing legislation to prevent the activities of West German rocket scientists in Egypt." The newspaper said that the Continued on Page 3-A srael Urges Drastic Action for Germans Fourth Ecumenical Seen Likely on Jewish Issue E — (JTA) — Qualified reported here this week ,irth session ol the EcuCouncil may be necessary with the much debated Lon on Catholic-Jewish re That possibility developi an evaluation of the prothrough which the draft a>s before the 2.50O prelates %  the Council will have rtunity to vote on it. as on other declarations. ROM source i that a menica to dea declan la) ions ecl aftt cedures must (; atlendii the opr well as, The -ue was linked with the determination of the progressive Council fathers to obtain a definite declaration absolving Jews, past and present, of the ancient charge of deicide in the crucifixion oj Jesus, and a condemnation of Christian-motivated antiSemitism. Conservative prelates nave sought o water down that and other stands clearly lavored by a ir-cjcrity of the prelates. It was reported that Augustin Cardinal Bea, president of the Secretariat for the Promotion of Christian Unity, which sponsored the initial strong declaration on Jews, now was seriously opposed to having the draft inserted into the scheme "De Ecclesia." Such a shift was one of the points of contention which led to a group of cardinals to make an unprecented appeal to Pope Paul, to intervene against the conservative bishops. However, Cardinal Continued on Page 8-A JERUSALEM fJTA) — More drastic action by the Israel Government t i induce West Germany •n recall scientists working on advanced weapons in Egypt was this week in continuing debate on the i sue in the Knesset, Israel's Parliament. It was indicated that Premier I :'\ i Eshkol, who opened the debate, will reply to his critics next week. By then, it is expected he 1 will hive received from West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard a reply to a letter sent two weekago. in which the Premier expressj eri Israel's deep concern over the inaction of West Germany on the issue. Y. Gal Hi, an Achdut Avodah member, urged the government to decide clearly whether the danger posed by the work of the scientists for the Nasser regime outweighed considerations of aid I from West Germany. Israel Rarzilai, a member of the opposition Mapam Party, charged that West Germany was interested in the work of the scientists in the interests of its own weapons development program. More drastic action by Israel also was urged by Y. Ben Beir. Deputy Interior Minister and a member of the National Religious Tarty. In opening debate. Premier Eshkol declared that it was "inconceivable" that West Germany could not find ways to halt such activities. The Premier's statement on the long-simmering issue opened the winter session of the Knesset. Mr. E-hkol was challenged in the debate also by Menahem Beigin. leader of the rightwing Herat Party, and Elimelech Rimalt, of the Liberal Party. Mr. Eshkol warned against the "deceptive and dangerous illuContinued on Page 8-A CHANCniOR LUDWIG tRHARD tome/there in Poris Erhard May Meet Eshko Arabs Attack Keating and Kennedy NEW YORK — (JTA' — A dozen pickets, identified as representing the Action Committee on American-Arab Relations, picketed this week the Manhattan headquarters of both New York Senatorial candidates—incumbent Republican Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, and his Democratic opponent. Robert F. Kennedy. The pickets bore signs which stated: "We oppose Keating, Kennedy. anti-Semitism and Zionism." The last word was heavily underscored. The pickets, also passed out literature attacking both candidates. One sheet declared: "If there were two million Arabs in New York, instead of two million Zionist Jews, the Senator would have praised the Arabs and blasted Israel anil the Zionist*" Another sheet was headlined: "KKK, Keating and Kennedy for Knesset." The text asserted that "the two candidates do not love the Jews any more than they hate the Arabs." The copy also said that "the clamor for the 'Jewish' vote" represents a disrespect for the 80 per cent of the voters of New York State and "it is an insult to the intelligence and loyalty of the American Jews." On Continent BONN — (JTA I — Official BOUrces here said this week that Chancellor Ludwig Erhard and premier Levi Eshkol ol Israel will hold their long-rumored meet ing belore next summer in a third country. The meeting, which will DC probably held in Paris in January, will be the first between the two leaders. Among the issues the two statesmen are expected tto discuss will be establishment of diplomatic relations, the work of West German scientists on advanced weapons in Egypt and the May 8 expiration of the statute of limitations on prosecution of Nazi criminals. The work of the West German scientists for the Nasser regime is a thorny problem, the Government's position being that it regrets the activities of the scientists but has no legal power to recall them. Premier Eshkol rebuked the Erhard Government in a statement in Continued on Page 6-A



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Friday. October 23. 1964 VJewlsii fkirndnctin Page 13-B tj^jcir Mrs Em Ior haner Sisterhood. officiate at services on Saturday toj. ^JSm ^' I ln ,1,e ci>:h,n grade at Jon n R Kennedy Junior High. Marlene will continue her education at Peter Morton ciating. A member of the fifth grade graduating Hebrew class, the celebrant is an honor student at John F. Kennedy Junior High School. He is a coin collector, operates Marlene, daughter of Mr. and his own short wave receiver set, Mrs. Jerome Schwartz, 1050 NE i and plays piano and viola in the 109th Ter., will observe her Bas school's concert orchestra. Mitzvah on Friday evening, Oct. 23. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will His maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kaplan, who will be attending the ceremony, have ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Peter, Bible on behalf of the Mollie Kapresented him with a Talit and Dr. living Lehrman will offiofficiate and pre sent her with a morning, Oct. 24, in Beth David pic Emanu-El. SvnaL-ocuc when David Solomon, Peter is in the eighth grade son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stone, •" Ransom School in Coconut marks his Bar Mitzvah. Grove ."V s :1 P" nist %  £ %  David is an eighth grade stucompanies his mother, former v dent al Shenandoah Junior High professional light opera star in %  %  tei Tl'ilin from Israel. Pytsiicns Reveal Camping Plans Plans were revealed this week for ..n ambitious program to e character-building summer vacation camping oppoi for hundreds of deserving chil I ol D ile' County in years to come. The project, patterned after a similar, highly successful ci 1 y the K ights of Pythin New Vork State, sored here by the Past Chancel lors Association. 7th Pythian District of Florida The announcement, by Milton I. Green, president of the Pythian Youth Camp, followed the granting by Miami Beach City Council of a permit for use of Convention Hall for a huge Pythian Youth Camp Jamboree of Stars benefit show to be staged on two successive nights. Mar. 8 and 9, next year. in the VIP Teen-Age Band. i. interested in -mumand sports, nofce, va The celeorant will be honored ,; ol the camp are at a Kiddush following the worship service in Sirkin Hall. James Braha James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Beth Torah in the pre-conlirmaBraha, 1020 NE 159th St.. will obdon class. serve his Bar Mitzvah at Beth Among out-of-town guests will be Torah Congregation on Saturday „"'•'„'. the celebrant's grandparents, Mr. morning, Oct. 24, with Rabbi Mai ";, and Mrs. Harry Katz, of RoaR. Lipschitz and Ca tor Ben-Zion i mson, vice president; Emai i li I, >ecretarj; Max M. S nil •>. treasurer. Judge EdMoor \ grand chancellor irid i, is an honrj director. The y Stars Show he pi odi Wall; Wan : ir, well-known Miami Beach imwill go to [the Pythian Youth Camp Building : Fund. Tickets will be distributed by members of the Knights of I Pythias in this area. Widespread community support for the project is indicated by the %  I outstanding political and civic leaders who have pledged their cooperation, including both UnitI ed States Senators, Spessard L. Holland and George A. Smathers. Kii schenbaum officiating, .lames will be presented Robert Elfer.bein i Bible on behalf ol the Mo Robert son ol Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kahaner Sisterhood. Elfenbein, ol 15740 NE 15th PL. He will continue his ed il Murray Baker will celebrate h Mitzvah in the pre-confirmation class Murray Man. son of Mr. and in Saturday morning, Oct. 2i. at th. Religi ous School. Every time you fly E1A1 H S j life. t putting money fcYoAjiwestmeni with a double dividend: you re flying the SSodirn, most convivial Boeing 707 Jets, and you re tftyin^^eu* share in Israel's economic independence. El Al cwitake you to sixteen countries besides Israel. Every /£& Y !" Proudly fly El Al to Athens Amsterdam, Brussels, f Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Johannesburg. London, Munich, Nairobi, Nicosia, Paris, Rhodes. Rome. Sofia Tefcran. Vienna, Zurich and Tel Aviv it's double d.v.dends f for you end for Israel. Start investing In your hapless and ^J"*" %  • %  -celling any of our authorized travel ogents today. They know all about our assets. 160 2W aS hio 3 .onAvc, Miami Beach, Flor^a AIRL excellence Qood JUusfc now more powerful than ever on SOUTH FLORIDA'S Qood uUusiC STATIONS AM-1080 KC NOW 10,000 WATTS FM 105.1 MC • 160.000 WATTS %  ,,,.-nii. rnii in tsisi Id 23, :'". : 30. 11/6. 1 ll