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"•Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Vol-me 37 — Number 44 Miami, Florida, Friday, October 30. 1964 Three Sections — Price 20c U.S. Air Force Admits Omitting Word "Jew' from Our Broadcasts to Lybia U VSHINGTON (JTA' The Air Force admitted this week that American television porgramsl rebroadcast for Air Force person was "censorship" of the U.S. Air Force broadcasts in Libya. "I am sure we will be guided UNDER INTENSIVE REVIEW MKMAIl COMAV issues challenge ncl at Whetlus Air Base in Libya >' blov,T i '..quired to keep delete the word "Jew" or "Jew ish" CMany other reference to Judaism in order not to offend Hie "sensitivities" oi Libyans, Israel Dares Arabs to Abide By UN Charter UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) -j l-i.icl proposed this week that the I lilt'. Nations Security Council i seek an "unequivocal" statement [ 1. MIII the Arab states as to whether they "are willing to renounce j [the use of force and abide by the peaceful provisions of the United, | .NationCharter." The request, %  nas made in a letter from Ambasj kador Michael Comay, Israels permanent representative here, to Sir Patric Dean, of Britain, this j month's president of the Security Council. In hi> letter. Mr. Comay referred to his earlier complaint ( ;,-...iin-l the Arab intentions to de-; suoy Israel, as enunciated at the Bolton Sees Possibility Of Aid Cut to Nasser WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Rep.' ers admitted that a roll call ol> K. Javitl New York Kepub According to the complaint reOliver P. Bolton. Ohio Republican, vote would have seen the amendWho had complained against celved by Sen. JavltS. and forsaid this week he had been asment earned by at least warded to the Air Force, one ured by high-ranking State DeAmerican television program repartment officials that aid to broadcast in Libya had the word ESVPt is under intensive review. "Jew" deleted 18 times. The scr-' and that negotiations leading to viceman also told Sen. Javits: extension of the present $500,000., "There was one show that had a 000 three year "Food for Peace" Col. Kilgore said he was "sure | )a ,. m jtzvah in it. My wife cried agreement, due to expire at the resources to satisfy his aggresthey (the deletions) were made." end of the current fiscal year, have sive ambitions." cur relationship proper with th< Libyan Government," he added in bis communication to Sen, Javits. • We have great stakes there. We are doing the best we can t:> keep The admission was made in a our relationship good with the Utter from Libya by Col. B. M. 'Government and ensure that there Kilgore, chief of the Air Force is no discrimination against any Information Division, to Sen. Jac-jof our men." can, such practices. Asserting he had not checked specific complaints made in a letter to Sen. Javits from a Jewish serviceman in Libya, votes. The Administration has now apparently become convinced, Mr. Bolton said, that Ccngress is "fed up with the manner in which our aid to Nasser has permitted him to divert He denied, however, that there Continued on Page 11-A lAlt PRESIDENT MOURNED Hoover Plan Recalled For Jewish Homeland By Special Report NEW YORK — Joining in the universal tribute to the memory cent Arab summit conference in of t | le | ate president Herbert Alexandria, as well as to the answer to that charge, tiled here Hoover, Dr. Max Nussbaum. president Of the Zionist Organization I ly the representatives of the 13 0| America, recalled a plan which hostile Arab states. Mr. Comay noted that, in their reply, the Arab represenCcntinued on Page 6-A Ga. Publication Flays Bigotry In Campaign the late President in November. l!;i"). proposed for what he term ed settling the Palestine question and providing ample Jewish n luge." The plan was submitted by the former President at a time when public opinion in the United the American Zionist Council, coordinating body of all Zionist organizations, revealed that the late President Hoover's proposals which he publicized on November 19, 1945, in reply to an inquiry addressed to him by the New York World Telegram, provided for a great land development in Iraq "on the consid•ration that it be made the scene of resettlement of Arabs from Palestine." Mr. Hoover in his proposals as-ertecl: "This would clear Palesbeen postponed. Last month. Rep. Bolton led a He pointed out that American House drive aimed at severance policy makers, because of the ser [of aid to the Nasser regime on lous grain shortages in Commun grounds that the United States is' nations, are now in a position was indirectly subsidizing Nas'to greatly influence the future ser's aggression and arms. The course of Near Eastern affairs. Bolton amendment, which drew "The minimum price tor con 'some supon from Democrats, lost tinned United States grain ship 117 to 113 on a non-record vote, "'ents to Na-ser." said Congress Subsequently. 16 members of the man Bolton. "should include EgypIHouse Foreign Affairs Committian withdrawal Horn Yemen jtee including members of both guarantees against continuec parties peititoned Secretary of Egyptian development Ol a ground Mate Rusk to halt Nasser's misto-ground missile capacity which use of American aid. Rep. Bolton said that, even though his amendment lost by a few votes, Administration leadwould jeopardize the security ot Israel and other Near Eastern nations, an end to Egyptian air at Continued on Page 12-A Germans See No Need To Extend Crimes Statute DUSSELDORK (JTA Erma Ho..nU-Kiitited with tine completely for a large Jew-. Mate Wd.-. deeply amiauu wii'i. ., %  %  u -; n Crhim l<> hinH of the \;i7i i ho nnrnilnu ,i 'the doors of Piles' !" emigration and colonization, win bcnueic. nian 01 uu -\azi ne openinu o tlu doors oil. to transfer of the Crimes Investigation (enter at fine, then under the British ManJ "'st.oi QSie, >t e d h|s Ui ( k date to Jewish survivors Irom AiaD piopu oi i dicsmie was ni elopment in Iraq than Roman Catholic Archdiocese ,,„ a Jewish homeland in Palesthe total oi Arabs in Palestine, oi Atlanta, denounced this week ,,,„, .he soil is more fertile, they "nurvevors of hate" in the South would be among their own race. In his statement. Dr. Nussbaum, who is also chairman of Continued on Page 8A ATLANTA (JTA) Georgia Bulletin, otlicia who are distributing hate literature in the current campaign and \ ho "openly boast of being Catholic." The publication said editorially tiiat it was no surprise that some of the anti-Negro racists "are also anti-Jew." but that it was a mat-1 t would no: be necessary to extend the statute of limitations for I he prosecution ol Nazi war criminals. He argued that legal action was being taken against all known criminals, and would be taken until May, 1965, when the pre-cut statute will expire. He said lhat. in cases where lull names and dates and addresses were not 5 German Rocket Men Leave Egypt LONDON — (JTA ter of "disgust" that they boasf % o of th( We?t G r.! of their Catholicism. The Bui-1 experte WO rking or letin added that the fact that "a EgypJ wefe back Catholic could promote anti Semitism has always been a cause Ol shame for us." Declaring that "Catholicism is full of Judaism," the publication said that Catholics must resnect Jews as individuals and in their faith, and that "o"r acknowledgement of our adherence to Continued on'Page 3-A LONDON -(JTA) — At least suade the scientist to quit his work among the West German scienGerman rocket | in Egypt and return home. The lists being employed by Egypt, on rockets for'two were convicted and expelled quoted the German as denying in \Vet Ger-llrom Switzerland. I that some rocket experts have many this week, according to a ; report from Bonn. They were said to have Included Prof. Hans Goercke. Dr. Goercke, one of Germany's leading rocket experts, was indirectly a figure in an incident in Switzerland early in 1963 when two men. one an Israeli, were arrested and tried on charges of threatening Dr. Goercke's daughter to perbeen "lured" away by offers of I higher salaries presumably made I by the German Government. The Germans at Cairo reportedly said that about 500 Germans I prosecution "of" war criminals" be At the same time, it was reported from Cairo that the Egyptian Government had approved funds in foreign currency to expand the work of the West German scientists and technicians on rockets and other advanced weapons. ^^ m app|yin „ for each jon The reports, based chiefly on vacated there, and insisted that the talks with some of the leaders rocket team is "virtually intact." known, the authorities still COUlt prepare and deliver indictments against such personboth before and after the 1965 expiration date The demand for extension of th* limitations law has been widespread and. reportedly, an exten sion is being planned by the West German Government. Meanwhile the West German Government sent urgent appeals to a large number of European and other Governments, as well as to institutions and individuals, to provide material which could be useful to indictments of additional Nazi war criminals. Available information indicates '.hat about 1,000 more trials of former Nazis will be held, based on indictments against nearly 6.00" defendants. 2.000 of whom are still being investigated. Experts believe that it could take six to eight vears to complete all pending cases. The Federal Cabinet still has not reached a decision on extending the statute of limitations or. are still at work on rockets and vond next May 8. According to on jet aircraft for Nassers arsen-1 he Weg Gcrman federal law, an al. They claimed that twoGcrexte nsion can be approved onl> by a two-thirds vote of the Par Continued on Page 1S-A



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+Jewist Hcrtftotl Page 3-fi. Arabs Try to Bar Israel from UN Body kabbi Milton Arm, assistant to the president of the Jewish National Fund of America, congratulates Miss Lillian Goodnan, chairman of the INF Educational Forum, for outstandng leadership and dedication. Looking on is Leon J. Ell, president of the JNF Council of Greater Micmi. lyers Winding Ip Campaign for Legislature Dr. Wolfson on Socrates BUmmi Attorney Ken Myers is \, up an intensive campaign e's legislative delegation i! i nting Croup "Socrates and Spinoza" will be the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson at Spinoza Forum for Adult Education on Thursday morning, 10 to 12 noon, in the auditorium of Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave. A tape recording of 'Death of Suet ate-" e first venture into poliwill precede Dr. Wolfson's talk. tor Myer a graduate of local chairman Is II. E. Kaden. The Is and the University of FlorSpinoza study Group, under the School. direction of Meyer Charif, meets Miamian, Myers senFriday afternoon, 2 to "> p.m., in special attorney for the the Community Room of Miami i delegation during the 1963 Beach Federal. M. • of the Florida Legislature.| o9 LarryFTb H. % %  ; c tn-ed law in Dade Hlt'ii'v for the past six yearand H .i partner in the law firm of Hyi't's, Heiman and Kaplan. %  Myers makes "fair representa&f iot-. a major part of his campaign and said "fair representa4ion should be No. 1 on the Jlgenda at the next legislative •Jession." He has also made a [ Strong bid "to get all of the State's mental health facilities into one unified state department and has been one of the major SJhovers in drafting such legislation for consideration of the entire state legislature," according to his supporters. lie is a director of the Florida Association for Mental Health find a member of the Legislative !" £ n eTttIe to"tonoVour birthCommittee. He is a director and UNITED NATIONS — tJTA) — Latin American and Arab delegations are engaged in a stiff, be-' hind-thc-sccnes fight on Israel's right to membership in the lat-1 est United Nations bloc, an informal assemblage of 77 member states made up of the Latin American and Afro Asian blocs, it was j revealed here. The so-called "Group of 77," i made up of underdeveloped coun\ tries, will hold its first meeting at the UN's New York Headquarters this week. The group was formed originally at Geneva last | summer, during the session of the International Trade conference at the UN's European headquarters. At that time, Israel was admitted to membership in the AfroAsian bloc, against violent protests by the Arab members. As a member of the Afro-Asian bloc, Israel was then eligible for membership in the "Group of 77." Michael S. Comay, Israel's permanent representative here, attended one of the organizing sessions of the "Group of 77" last week, when plans were being made for this week's more formal session. Without naming Israel or Mr. Comay, Arab representatives protested against the presence of a "certain" delegation, insisting that admission into the group must be voted unanimously by those delegations that are already in it. Israel has, since, appealed to other delegations against the move to make a "closed club" out of the new group. As this week's meeting approached, Arab delegations have threatened the organizers of the "Group of 77" session that they will not participate in this week's scheduled meeting if Israel is recognized as a member. The Latin American delegations, on the other hand, have voted to recommend to the "Group of 77" %  that Israel must be recognizi Non-Arab African and Asian del 1 gations were being approached t | day by both the Latin AmeTici I and Arab diploma's for backing i on the disputed issue. The meeting to be held here by I the "Group of 77" is scheduled to I discuss common approaches to | matters affecting underdeveloped countries, to come up at the next, session of the General Assembly. But it was predicted that Israels membership in the "Group of 77" will be the first item on the group's agenda. The "Group of 77," comprised of about 60 per cent of the total membership hi the United Nations, could become a powerful factor in United Nations affairs. Children's Book And Art Feir Ga. Publication Hits Prejudice In Campaign Continued from Page 1-A our own beliefs does not give us license for bad faith in relation to others. "Catholics, as well as other Christians, have a lot to atone for in relation to our apathy and lethargy concerning the Jews," the periodical declared. "We Children's Book and Art Fair is being planned by the PTA of the North County VMHA on Sunday. Nov. 22. on the grounds of the -V." 1 1036 NT. 6th Ave.. No. Miami. Features planned include a display and sale of exceptional children's books, art and decorative items. Committee on the Fair Includes % Mrs. Lester Epstein. PTA chairman. Mrs. Ren Harrison. Mrs. Earl Lipnick, Mrs. Bertram Oshins. Mrs. Robert Perless, Mrs. Harvey Wallet. Mrs. Sheldon YVengel. Mrs. Bernard Yedlin. and Mrs Martin Yelen. supervisor of the "Y" preschool program. I 1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach (CONSERVATIVE) ANNOUNCES THE RESUMPTION OF LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES FOR THE 1964-65 SEASON. TONIGHT DR. IRVING IEHRMAN WILL PREACH ON "Religion and Politics—Can the Twain Ever Meet?" CANTOR ZVI ADLER will chant Assisted by the Temple Choir Under the direction of Mr. Leon Shiff 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 < 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 < 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 • Hast secretary of the Dade Coun ty Association for Child Guidance Clinics. %  He served as chairman of the ''professional Division, Flagler Area 1963 United Fund campaign, %  '*nd is chairman of the Public AfHairs Committee of the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce. 'fcfyers is also a member of the Board of Trustees, City of Miami 'Employee's Retirement System. sMpka Omega Dinner Parti IT A dinner party for Alpha Omega %  Fraternity was held Monday in the %  Charlemagne Room of the Deau%  Ville Hotel. Dr. Milton S. Labarr %  was in charge of arrangements. BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOft H. STERN 1532 Washington Ave., Miami Bch. JE 1-1969 534-0271 right or our baptism in this regard." The editorial continued that "only warped minds" could "hate so much," and added that all Catholics should "work together to eradicate any form of antiSemitism in our hearts. Hate and prejudice have no place in political campaigns, be they local or national. Catholics, especially, should lead the way and give their fellow-citiiens the perfect Christian example—love of neighbor," the editorial concluded. HEARING AIDS tookAM Ma*M WHILE YOU WAIT •aftarfn mmd U.u. Imperial Hearing Aid Co. B4 N.E. 2nd Ave. 377-1022 TfRMS TtAWS Complete and Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & *&**** 9>M sion OF AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE CO. 38 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY • ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First St. Telephone 373-8432



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rid-7. October 30, 1964 *Jenitti ftcridliar Page 5-A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Rabbi Wise Had a Phrase for It The Jewish Floridian: thai as long ;iwe have demoed truth of tinprophesy when cracy in our country, Jews will the cream of the Jewish intelliI ve little to worry abi I As gentia in Soviet Russia Stephen S |j i.i the Nationsoon as we shift to the extreme dered cold-hloodedlj by Stalin un\< committee ol ress in • %  e honor ol be S you to remi mber :.!. serious conse |uences ii ( i. %  not o but also ii-r everj i HIcountrj meed the naki %  i ihi' i:i| luen< e of extremism i for the Jews the left. Jews were even discrim%  ican in inated against under the leadership oi Khrushchev, the liberal, for h ich he w as n< \ expelled from his premiership. Neither | should Americans forget the heartaches and bitter pills administered to all of us. as well as to their own countrymen, by Hitler and Mussolini under the extremism ol the right. Knowing all this, we Americans most not permit ourseives to be eniiced by the mesmerizing arguments of the Goldwater Outfit that pirated the control of the Republican Party from their real leadership They hcoked up with the most reactionary EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: I want in voice my disgust at Un' tactics used by the anonymous parties responsible for the sending oi a piece of campaign matin, ii ii iheaded "J e w s shouldn't be Misled About Goldwater" and is purportedly a reprint oi a letter bj Leon J. Ell in which he tries to show thai Sen. Goldwater ineither anti Semitic, Fascist nor trigger-hapnts me! ns Sieve Weininger (left), head of the Senior ipter at Beth Torah Congregation, and Steve Shantzis, Chapter president, shake hands and begin planning the activities for their qroups.. USY in All-Day Conclave Nov. 8 Chapters meeting at 7 p.m. in the school building. ay evening is USY • Beth Torah Congrega bi ih Junior and Senior No doubt, Mr. Ell is sincere in is beliefs, but in my opinion anj favorable effect he might have made is erased by the fact that Ihe mailer was ashamed to identifj himself. Anonymous cam. paign letters don't ring true. I assume that Mr. Ell was not aware that his letter would be used in such a manner, for it :nthe cause he champions. I would like to believe that he. ,, responsible citizen, will publnh denounce the use of his letter in this shameful manner and will take steps to uncover and to publicize the name (s) of the person! si behind such a cowardly act. The envelope and letter are enclosed. DAVE GODWIN Miami Beach port of Goldwater. W he asked, Goldwater has refused to denounce extreme right wing groups and expressed welcome for the) support oi any and all voterYet despite denials, some of the lit erature and leaderOf these i ops have expressed unAmerican anti-Semitic sentiments. It does not seem to me either courageous or honest for a man to welcome the votes of a type ol cmkfil er, %  trying to terpret to Ex 'A'hii ii .' : An c: ns : pla| We iov a humj pro%  H %  in th< i • of it Johnson. He >ents all of us We are now te In enjO) peace and unprecedented prosperity in the i trj li. i'.: ser ed us in many capacities in the House and in Senate, he is thoroughly familiar with the problems ol our country and those of the rest ol the world. It is imperative that all American.exercise their voting rights to deliver a i rushing defeat to the rightists and to elect President Johnson by a landslide on "• DR. HERMAN AUSUBEL Surfside ROBERT H. THRONE Coral Gables NEW CAR LOANS ARE ONLY JWVA Holding Fashion Show 1. Auxiliary of the Tcwish terans Post 682 was to hold a i. a show on Thursday. Oct. p.m., at Unified Hall. 2300 \i: : -i st. The Junior Chapter is headed by President Steven Shantzis. On Nov. 8, representatives of the group will attend an all-day conclave at Temple Menorah. and on Nov. 27 to 29. they will participate in a weekend program at Temple Emanu-El. The group began the year with a breakfast which more than 130 EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: To me a sad thing about the Presidential election is that quite a few Jews have expressed gupDr. Margolis to Speak Dr. Leonard Margolis. a member of the Dade County Optomei trie Association, will speak at the dinner meeting of the Southwest Lions Club at Park Lane Cafe I teria on Monday, Nov. 9, at 6:30 I p.m. Subject of his talk will be "Motorists' Vision and Highway | Safety." Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, Lions' Vision Conservation chairman, is program director. DEAL DIRECT FOR THE MONEY YOU NEED! Hew or Uttd Cars! JE 2-6451 JEFFERSON NATIONAL .fj$. BANK •; X* ; MIAMI UEACH w w Arthur Godfrey Road at Pinetree Drive BANKING HAS CHANGED "Since Jefferson Arrived" I. ons were to be sponsored attended, rds Department Store. Activities of the group include MI. will go to the hospital social, cultural, religious and recreational programs. FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE JEWISH CONVALESCENT HOME OF SOUTH FLORIDA NON-PROFIT Don't be befuddled by the price of Canadian Lord Calvert. OUR NEW HOME WILL BE CONSTRUCTED SOON... Endowment Funds and Other Contributions make possible n ADDITIONAL 65 BEDS which will bring our Total to 107 teds. It will feature IMPROVED TECHNIQUES in PATIENT CARE for All who need it, whether they have the abdity pay or not. Send Your Contribution A* C H, L to the Building Committee 310 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH MRS JOSEPH E. KEISER President SIDNEY SIEGEl Executive Director [fyou judge whisky by price alone, you're going to find this one confusing. It looks expensive. It tastes expensive. Hut it costs about a dollar less than you'd expect*. I lere'swhy: we're bringing Canadian Lord Calvert across the border in bands and bottling it in the U.S.A. This way we save enough in taxes and freight to shave about a dollar oil the price of every fifth. ; The whisky itself is superb. We own five tine old distilleries in i Canada and each one contributed A to this blend. The result is extraordinary whisky. At a perfectly ordinary price. CANADIAN WHISKY-A BLEND. 80 PROOF • IMPORTED BY CALVERT DISTILLERS CO.. N.Y.C. _.„^.„_.^___.



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Page 8-A fjewist noridi&n Friday. October 30 .964 SHUKAIRY SAYS HELL TURN TO REDS Report Syria Massing Tanks on Border LONDON (JTA) Syna has stationer! tanks near the demilitarized zone on the northern sector of the Israel border, where tributaries of the Jordan River supply water tn Israel's Negev Irrigation Project, press dispatches reported here. The Daily Telegraph noted that this was the tir-t iime since the Israel-Syrian Armistice Agreement was signed in 1949 th.it tin' Syrianhave stationed tankin thw zone. Meanwhile Ahmed Shukairy, chairman o' the "Palestine Liberation Organiiation" set up by the i3 Arab states t their recent Alexandria summit meeting for the express purpose of wiping out Israel, said in Damascus that he is ready to turn to the Soviet Union and Communist China for military help, according to Syrian dispatches. Complaining that "the doors ol the West are closed to us, Sim kairy declared he would -end d< legations to Moscow and Peikinc to seek help for his tine Liberation Army." Tli.it army." lo be made up ot Arab refugees now living in United \ linncamp; along Israel's boi diis. was instructed at the Alex andria meeting to cooper; | .i iu'\\. unified Arab militan com ii, and. aimed at Israel, m command of Kjjyptian oiii One of the largest purchases of Israel Bonds by a bank in the United States is made by the Miami Beach First National Bank in honor of the Temple Emanu-El-Israel Dinner of State. Shepard Broad, statewide Israel Bond vice chaiiman for banks, trusts, insurance companies and fiduciaries, accepts a check in the amount of S200.000 from Joseph S. Moss, chairman of the board, and Frank Smothers Jr., president of Miami Beach First National Bank. In makinq the purchase Smothers said that "Our Board of Directors is pleased that we are able to help the State of Israel while at the same time makinq this purchase for our investment portfolio." Recall President Hs over's Plan for Jewish Homeland Continued from Page 1-A -•'hu-h iArab speaking and Momedan." In his proposals the former : ent lurtlur declared: %  The Arab population ot Paleswould he the gainer trom n exchange for their Iraq would • %  for it I 'My net Iagri Today millions of people are being moved from one lend •o another. If the lands were org:niied and l-.o.nes provided, Hiif particular movement ceuld be made the model migration of history. It would be a solution by engineering instead of by conflict. 1 realize that the plan of. hallenge both to the stateship ol the (Ireal Pov ers as to tl i dwill of the pari mcerned. However, 1 subit, anil it does nHer a method settlement with both honor ami lom." Hoover concluded that "the Vrab population ot Palestine would he the gainer from better lands .n exchange lor thenpresent IT Nussbaum further disclosed It soon alter Mr. Hooverplan announced the resolution nsored by the late Senators ner and Tatt was adopted by •he Senate on December 17. 1945, • i by the House on December >45. The resolution commended President Truman for his attempts to secure the admission ol greater numbers of Jews into Pt lestine. It recommended that the U.S. use its good offices with Great Britain "to the end that Palestine shall be opened for free entry of Jews to the maximum of its agricultural and economic potentialities, and that there shall be full opportunity for colonization ar;J development, so that they may freely proceed with the upbuilding of Palestine as the Jewish ni*:onal hame." Two years later, on Xoveml ; mted Na ipti : the resoluti >n for the establishment ol a Jewish State in Jews throughout the world joini i Dr Nussbaum and the ZOA this eek in expressing their sense i loss f 'i' the lat e President Hoover, who died la-t week in New York. Friendship Circle At Beth Am Senior Friendship Circle ot Temple Beth Am will hold its i st business meeting of the year on Toe-day. \'ov 17. at 8 p.m. Following a short business meeting, a social will be held. Henry K.niHman is chairman ol the group O 1**4St TIRED? Be relaxed, refreshed, revitalized ... Schwitz Bodes—Swiss Kriss Mineral and Whirlpool Baths Massage Complete Gymnasium—Swimming Pool MODERATE RATES DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL For Men and Women FR 9-8861 (ask for "Spa") Before You Rent. Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COM PARE! King-size apartments free central air conditioning and heating large private terraces ... all walk-in closets ultra-modern kitchens and bathrooms. 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Page 10-A fJmisiinbridUar Friday; October 30, 1964 i < ( i J Miamians Mass To Greet LBJ Officers of South Florida Zionist Council are Pekelner. Mrs. Manue 1 Bur stem. MosesM e yer seated (left to right) Manuel Burstein. Miss Liland Mrs. Dorothy K. FmkNot picturedlae lian Goodman. Mrs. Milton Green. Joe MecJosh Rephun, A Arthur Pekelner Paul Kwrt low. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. A. Arthur ney. Mrs. Irwin L.ss, and Mrs. Sylvia Meyers. sky, Mrs. Sylvia Meyers and Mrs. Moses Meyer. So. Florida Zionist Council Elects New Slate of Officers Unanimously \ special meeting of South Florman. chairman of Nominating ida Zioni-t Council was called by Committee, presented a slate of President Cerald Schwartz Oct. new officers. 15. Entire slate was elected unaniThe Council include, all Zionmously. Serving with Mis(iood-i groups in Dade and Broward man were Mrs Milton (Harriet) Counties and serves as the coorGreen. Mrs. Manuel Burstein. on are at 8 p.m. Gurion Branch Installation Here Farband. Ben-Gurion Branch ,304 was to install newly-elected president. Maurice Burstein. and the slate for 1964-^5 on Thursday, Oct. 29. Scheduled for 8 p.m. at the im.ido Hotel, the agenda was I( include an outline of the comin B vear's program. REPUBLICANS and DEMOCRATS THROUGHOUT DADE ARE VOTING FOR TED C. SLACK DR. IRVING IEHRMAN Sokol Joins Kislok Co. David Z. Sokol. former head of Dave Sokol Realty Co.. has been appointed sales manager of the Commercial Real F.state Brokerage Department of .!. 1. Kislak Mortgage Corporation, of Miami. The appointment was announced by Maurice M. Meehan. president Of the Miami firm, a subsidiary of .1 I Kislak Mortgage Corporation, if Florida. Sokol is a iormer real estate salesman of the George A. Best brokerage firm. He is a graduate of the University of Miami, a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, and a member of the Miami Board of Realtors. Say Harbor Hadassah Bay Harbor Hadassah will hold -pecial -Hadassah Talks" on Saturday, from l to 3 p.m., at the home of Mrs George Meisel, president, 9580 Carlyle Ave. Guest speaker. Mrs. Stella Bernstein, will talk on "Senior Citizens." Question and answer period will lollow. &t€Ct a Businessman dedicated to ECONOMY in Government FAIRNESS to People GROWTH for Dade RALPH I'd. Pol. K&\ Southwest Center Set to Honor New Families Special services on Friday night at Southwest Jewish Center will! honor the 11 new families which have recently joined the congregation. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. assisted by Cantor Emanuel Mandel, will officiate. New members include Mr and Mrs. Theodore Allen. Mr. and Mrs. ; Louis Astrin, Mr. and Mrs. Fredj erick BeNky, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Borochoft, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Braverman, Mr. and Mrs. Mor: ris Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Delman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Deutsch. Mr and Mrs. Martin Ep-: • stein, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fine, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Finkel, Mr. I and Mrs. Irwin Glassman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gochman, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Golden. Mr. and Mrs. I ; Eli Goldsmith. Mr. and Mrs. Wil; liam Heyman, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jay, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Kaufj man, Mrs. Fanny Kinzenbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Levin, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levin. Mrs. Hannah May, Mr. and Mrs Ben Manekin. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parness, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Perl, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Resnick. Mr and Mrs. Elliott Rosen. i Mr. and Mrs Samuel Rosenberg, Mr and Mrs. Charles Rosin, Mr. and Mrs. Sali Rothschild, Mr. and Mrs. David Sachs, Mr. and Mrs. L. Shayne, Mr. and Mrs. William Schmerer. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Slessinger, Mr. and Mrs Harvey Sootin, David Sokolsky, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stern, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Weinstein, Mrs. Sophie Titel\ bauni. Mr and Mrs. Max Weisner. Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Yaglom. I won't tell you that I can change the world in 90 days or that Florida can provide more public facilities without raising money to pay for them. But I do promise (1) honesty and (2) to think of the need, the cost and the consequences before I vote I on any issue which comes bej' fore the Florida legislature." FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE GROUP 5 NOV. 3 Pi Pot. A.K ************************************* *•••••••*••••*••******* I • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 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 BURNS Democratic Candidate for GOVERNOR "LEADERSHIP FOR FLORIDA'S FUTURE >L. %  • • • • • • *•



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Ler 30, 1964 ^Jew/si) Hcridliiar Page 11-A Temple Emanu-E! Buys $647,500 in Bonds As Drew Pearson Reports on Nasser pespumJin, as for the people of Egypt, they i have come to accept Israel as a country which i> here to -stay. Pearson expressed high praise of the Temple Emanu-Kl dinner guest* who purchased the record that ,.. an address byjfcnd Oration ^^^^^^^ML, Irving Lehman, spiritual B Re ceremony were Mr. and Iff^*"* no>rea p !" [ of the Herbert Lehman-Israel Award at the Temnu El Dinner oi State on Saturday niqht at the Diploel was Judge Irving Cypen (second from riant). Join*e presentation are A.'j. Molasky. dinner chairman; [r'neJiand, chairman of the Board of Directors of the land past chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond ation: and Dr. Irving Lehiman, spiritual leader of Teminu-El. Dr. Irving Lehman, spiritual in the ceremony were air. aw '">' "' "ntinues to receive leader ol Temple Kmanu-KI. mem Mrs. Sam Blank, holders of I* long; M I he n > %  < hers oi the Temple purchased raeTs Medallion oi Honor. They the kind of help she received troi $6-17 500 in I>rael Bonds last Sat(polled the ceremony as bearerof you tonifjit urday night. The total smashed the Torch of Zion from which the all previous records for Israel Menorah's candles were lit. VlCIIOrCin BQI!1S Bond sales at temple %  • lloI ,,,,s of the pilot Light were C oril : r A The occasion was the Temp e Mr ^ Mi> j0 JjJ C()lu n 0 th-, LOte berVJCCS Bmanu-El-lsrael Dinner ot state (akins m hc colorful Seniee ,,, dedication will inauhonoring Judge irvmg Cypen, wno tt lcmoIlv wcre Ml and M r,. Bengura te the late Friday evening was the recipient of the Herbert M Sam {()>t Leon mtriem .,, Tcmpk Menorah on I!. Lehman Israel Award. Makin. Jatobs Lou Polier Auron C our Friday night. Oct. 30. at 8:13 p.m. th, presentation to Cypen was ur. | hon g y Gan> 1{avmonc i A ial dedication ceremony, Lehrman. who paid tribute to l Rubjn ^^ B Rudnlck Morris' uart 0 f the Sabbath service, will Hirsch. Jacob Rabinouitz, Sol C. honor the 83 new famlie> who Shaye. Harry Genet. B. I. Binder, have joined the Temple this year. George Goldberg. William Fisher. i, v i nf Cohen and Robert Siegel Sidney Letkewitz, Max Cypen. WJU open ;ni serv ice for the new Other participantin the pro-' members, while Edward Schuman, gram were Sen. Claude Pepper, speaking in behalf of the new ,u .„,„„„,. „( Joseph Rose Milton Snkin. Jack families, will respond to the praypen's many services. Guest speaker of the evening was Drew Pearson, noted columnist and television commentator. Dinner chairman was A. J. Molesky, a Trustee of Israel. die MIIUIIIIui •• %  • .— Of Statehood was Samuel FriedweinjCH land, chairman of the Board ot Directors Of Temple F. in ami -EI and past chairman of the Israel \viet Publications 'Correct' Image o„8 readers outside the the capitals Cue. rabbi, Rabbi show Ambassador Tekoah, othei In his ade'ress Pearson, who recently returned from the Midtile East, taid Nasser was not yet prepared to act against Israel, bet was waiting for the development of more modern weapons by Nazi scientists in Egypt and further aid from Red Russia. Abramowitz. Rabbi Abramowitz' sermon rs entitled "All the World's a Pla)," sn d ... iii c imment on the r< cet I k vay play. "The Dei Cantor Edward Klein and I %  lemple Chi ir under the d rei I i el Eli Samuels will of -er\ ices Following the services, a specSbabbat will be tendi -ed tie seen here this week as Cidertaken a campaign to %  Vi crn criticisms against al ol religious and cultural th< Jews in the Soviet Articlein the publicastributed here by the SovHon lo the l/nited Nations. Soviet Jews as enjoying of religion as well as full and cultural rights. Yehuda Leib Levin. The article states that Chief Rabbi's birthday observance was attended by Israel's Ambassador in Moscow, Yosef Tekoah, by rabbis from Moscow and Odessa, and by leading clergymen representing the Russian Orthodox Church. Featured ia portrait taking up latest issue of USSR, an almost a full page showing members of the Israeli Embassy staff in Moscow, members of the synagogue's congregation, and a Rabbi Geshi Gevieh. identified as •an alumnus of the Yeshivah | headed by Rabbi Levin." Articles dealing in general with the political and cultural life of Jews, in the USSR are included in two successive issues of Soviet Weekly, a publication issued in London for British readers. One Plat,-: issue of USSR, an almost a full page showing KaM>i ._. by Aar(jn VergeU8l editor ot III igazine printed for Levin delivering a sermon on oe ^.^^ Heimland tnc on i y %  uiioii soieU in the United half of peace. The podium m Yid(|i h m ar( no dis ial One„ Pearson said, "U not for Nasto new memberin the Temple i ser many Arab leaders would besocial Hall sponsored bj the Siscome more friendly to Israel. And terhood. __ RE-ELECT CONGRESSMAN Dante Fascell t % % % % %  **** M -, tnminations against Jews in his country. The article is illustrated with photographs showing large audience-, attending Jewish cultural events in Yilna. -war "nstar •"•ataeftJSMs. $•;•!.• %  1 fvery Ifforida Official \Supports President Lyndon B. Johnson u % %  -* Roy E G'ton Con.pl J. Edwin lanon Slatr Tfeaiwrcr Ecry Florida official, elected jtotewide, urges t'le ii-e?:ror of Preiidenl Johnson. Effective cooperation between State ond National • I reflects in many experiences o eco 1 orr:cs and progress. Favorable Federal cecisions have been responsible for Florida's retention of our great military installations, continuing development of space programs, Interstate Highways, protection of citrus and cattle industries. Florida ha benefited in construction programs foi school, universities, hospitals and such other vital projects as the Cross State Barge Canal. Ihomai D 8o.lt/ Super nlef e' Public hutfuction Earl Fairdolh Allor->ev Ctncrol Elect Florida Needs President Johnson President Johnson Needs Your Vote Vote Democratic November 3rd The stakes are too high for you to stay home NM 0*i-l.l ad..,.i..m.n. paid ... by th. M..Ulyd Jh"tn U* Compoiji fund, Itiomos F. FUminf, Jr., Cherrmen. U.S. Air Force Admits Editing Jew' in Fare Continued from Page 1-A when they cut the whole thing.'" Another serviceman wrote that. in a rebroadcast of a program dealing with the life of Albert Einstein, the Air Force deleted "all reference to his Jewishoeas" Gen. Robert P. Taylor, of the Armed Forces Chaplains Board, meanwhile was asked by Rep. Seymour Halpern. New York Republican, to clarity Ihe situation of IS Air Force personnel of Jew ish at Wlieelus Air Rase. Rep. Halpern laid he had learn ed Of •subtle discriminatory measures taken to accommodate the Libyan Government because of Its anti-Jewish leanings." Families "t dependents of Jewish ser vicemen are unable t" follow their faith unhampered, the Congressman said, and are experii hardships. Rep. Halpern said that, while it is necessary to respect the institutions of foreign nations, where Americans serve, "it if j equally necessary that the United States safeguard its own fundamental concepts." He told Gen. Taylor that he has a reliable report "that the Amer-1 ican-operated Air Force radio sta-1 tion for personnel at Wheelus Base has specifically disallowed j any public reference to Judaism or Jewish thought. He asked Gen. | Tavlor to report on the religious situation of the Jewish personnel 1 assigned to Libya. ^^ PROVEN LEADERSHIP PROVEN ABILITY 10 Years of Dedicated Service to Our Nation and Our Community RE-ELECT CONGRESSMAN Dante Fascell p| Pol. 4d



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Page .'irk c s 1 1 s • Jmt*t nart&m TUdaj. October %  'M Claude Pepper to be Principal Speaker At the Education Bureau Annual Dinner ,. L^ BacMaee. Mr aerr. Mr u T\ Mr. %  el r '•' or. Sunder/ -'• '• • • >-' • v;., v.;.-. •'---.tatOBC %  '• .. •• e Stole of are Re '.Beth Am; U.S. who made the preseniaHto er. Temple Beth Am Fetes Herman Feldman; Sen. Wayne Morse is Principal Speaker i %  %  • • •• %  Dot %  • • • i • rec< %  : %  •' %  • < of tin %  Making the preterttetion to f Mmn wet United Sti San. Viyn* Morn, who we guest .;.i>r o< the evening. :.i Hi rbeH M Baumgard l-i Bernard Goodman, Edward irp The I7tk candle was lied hy San. Wayne MOI e I berkai : %  '• i. thulle pat pri •'.-.ball Feuer In his eddresi Sen. Morse werned th*t American foreign policy problems should be the major concern of every American who wants to leave • hen tage of freedom to his children. i aid, "i am allocked the number of aninformed pea pie who seem to entertain the grandiose delusion that th. a mem• of MM Hs-jse Banir.ng and Currenc/ Committee ar-d the Si at e. CiVESTElLEO. POLAKi 532-2511 SEVILLE HOTEL OCEAN at 30th STREET MIAMI BEACH vrMw-yit For Very Special Occasions... 3b. COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM JtUrt Imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours "cnuively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catcrine faeHitie. for group, of 100-300 available 7 days a week! a Z XlZl xt r m T te ike the Calcutta Room in thin area: Unlimited free parking. Pof "" MMSW in Mtaaif, er UM LSI 11 ,„ H„ll y u,ood HOLLYWOOD-BY.THB.8IA r THE BISCA X N E TERR A C E 340 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY -WHlKt THl VAK$ AND HI A V IN JOIN YOUK ftSTIVITItS' AT THf. BEAUTIFUL NF.WIY DICOtATEO M ABU I4.ll | BALLROOM SEATING UP TO 300 • WEDDINGS ^ CONFIRMATIONS • BANQUETS RECEPTIONS • LUNCHEONS MEETINGS • MCE PARKING • CATERING S'rfcffy Kosher FeaMfiei Available Under SaaarrMea ef RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 Buslne I Specla Have that %  s Meeting, Banquet, or il Occasion # You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I it the for Information! HAZEL ALLISON Cattorlna Director, JE 1-6061 *etth St. A Collln. t.l,



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U o*"" *' vJewlsti ftcridfrati Page 13-A ^^„ Hich School, only Yeshiva hiqh M f' cars, Joe Zalis has ing secretary; Irving M "• f,nan been elected to serve a second! cial secrtary; Sam Phillips, cor term as president of the congreresponding secretary. ,.... on ; lit01ns an d negoLfa 5, ha> previously serv^ ^^ .^ iJS S e ^"on^auin treasurer, recording and Rub.n Bl-uste.nBen Bosk mSarn >" confirmed by Mr financial secretary. Burdick. Abe Chief Max Dearr, i, darif y in g the relationship Other officers include Philip Rev. Herman Doych Dr. Samuel ESMOi ciaruj u ^ w. honorary life president; Ersoff. Abraham Ungold BarbeWJM Hyman Chabner, George Bass, nard Fox. Isidore Oersten, MM countries vie. ......dents: Sol Weger, treasClick. Abe H.rsch Hynan ham, Jacob L. Kahn, Harold Klein A n n : versarv Fete Charles Margolis, Harry Nevel MnniVCraOl J ryiJ sky, Henry Norton, Fred Ochs, Leo %  %  _. %  %  _a.jt Oster Abe Pepper. Harry PerMOIOT HSgmignT S n dt1Swa^X rt '^x, Highlighting the^meeting of tha M l Sternstein Mover Stillerman, Miami YMHA Golden Age FnendSam SS Sam Weiss ship Club on Sunday. Oct. 18 as sam weuin, a anniversary celebration of Mr. Zal.s has served as pres.den o. U •' > Cut the Greater Miami Hebrew Free and MM Bons Loan Assn., and is an honorary taj* Who met J^l '"' P r iden( "'/ ,U fSSSSu ve annually celebrated their an1U s a member oft to EM ^ ^ entire „ K m Uve Board and the Board of in rectors of the Bureau of Jewish Dersnip. ,,,,„., ZaliS is one of the Abe Berr.n. president, anFoundersoi -t Jewish Home lor nounced that the club h asa^serie h \ ed and of the Brandos Heof fall events planned, the first ;,-'; mv oi which was to be a masquerade "^ I "a member of the party Thursday, Oct. 29. at 7 30 1; ', „ B-nth. the Scottish Rite p.m. Prises were to be given for and Mahi Shrine. best costumes. the smartest three words you can say about a function: DOM, on the ocean at mi ami beach A new standard of •legance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and •xecuted weddings, luncheons, busineaa meetings... ranging from 10 to 1000. or in a miaml country club setting Spaciousness is the keynote of your affair amidst the plushness of the Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmosphere of thia resort-estate. For complete details, please call Mr. Dai id Kovac. Director of Food and Bererag* Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 2-3600 Social tea for 20 or an intimate party for 2,000... Ma.t at the TOP-The New Everglades Hotel. Miami's MOST delectable food, MOST impeccably served in surroundings MOST delightful! Expenlive? Never! (You couldn't do it for less!) Call FR 9-5461 -Catering Off ice — for details SOON. la tEE YOU AT THE NIW EVERGLADES HOTEL T. James Ennis, Managing Director Biscayne Blvd. at 3rd St. wntow n Miami I >nly Ri Bort Hotel Parking on Pren :' Congratulations • in order? • Then go no further! Our expert catering • staff will arrange your party right down A to the last silver ashtray. Engagements, • weddings. Bar Mitzvahs Birthdays • deserve our very special handling. • Parties from 25 to 500 • Call Morris Waldman JE 8-57.51 for • an appointment. m He'll be happy to discuss your plans. No obligation, of course. • • • • Waldman DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED QJ) HOIEL %  EACH MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They an unequalled In their profession Sga Tkay art the diUdo's catering staff. Thay >ff will make i success of any party... ^wedding... a Bar MitxvahV.. a business) oa. meeting or a social luncheon. They wilt } serve from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food axpertly prepared In the diLido's newly i decorated Cotillion Koom. They'll arrange for whatever space you require. Can fcTakhner at lEfferson 80811 tor the bast function you've aver had %  TOO ar*iuaui 3uTi A airtln Ftmllj Intarprl* 0CEJUjfH0f. C0UIMS MENUS AND LINC01* MAP MAU



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&f A %  km is* TVrH&tr Tf/*T.Z—~ '"I* With i f mujrt mmm The Return to Another World and Another Time .---> ry> I -1 Liri • %  <"K %  — % % %  %  sin. ra ntr-.i--. • %  % %  %  •. set hi i .... • %  • Cgglj Spf Jrghf: 1Y MRTOH RtlEDMAX Bloc Vote Theorizing Stirs Resentment %  4i We rV*r<:Spying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl Putting it in Reverse H ;m'l Mir iriK lhal fllM uflin i OW DEEP BUN the mitru I %  < oefully ,r\<\< 'ri iffei i i i. 'MM ft ated ',-, Marry fionai'i 0\w Ireel In theii im ml ne1 bonk, 'it.'Strange I;K ih <,\ Extreml m AIIH • hry had made an SKhaUBtll I tlltf) ol ( ornmuni m ;mou saying that we are CommunMrtsf" thiy nkMl flio interrogator allowed that ha v a 'I In OvcrMrMU thru ached for hi* name an I addnI, latin;; they wore ready to sue him l-r ilgtitfaf Mr W r o — d, ThaiiilunO Joirr<-1 with tin OVtntre#ta in aVmrndMBj hi* nam* and art!* ih*uc of tinlohn Urefc iNtelf magadne, ''AgMrtenaj ffpMnn." The arUela, entitM, "What wr should Know Aiioni OveratreeU," purported to prove that [he 'ivii'.tn i't booh axpoalng Communlani adherei to tin(1111111111111 t Party Rn. i.itti.anndei that tinOvwatraati eonalatently advanrras ihoii iheali iinpoint that mual nol be forgoftrn %  hli h I that tin ecurity and Integrity % %  I An i i Ihraatonod iiv lha method u •• %  by %  tn mi i li fl and rlghl The maltclou methodi %  tnployi-d b; ("on inlata, both la Raaaia and in ih i .uiii i,.,.,. |ong ,,,,,,. |„.,. M revealed and %  ll.l I. lllll-l I'.llt II,,,, | ., ., ,| ||,,|,. I;,,. ,„ (h,. recognition ol the methodi need by extremlali on lha rlghl n. m lha language oi the Over^freeta, ,| |" al n m ii ri ftj b) I-I MI %  %  Ri |) of — r .'iQty complete:;. ~ • '' I 2'ft >. y-irfi of bodfly d '' I Taffie will *2. VOICES FROM THE INAUDIBLE: THE PAZ^, SPEAK. By Thdr Rtfc. 2M pp. Nw Y 5 -. F rrr, Sru. S4.S6 M JOHN. '. %  '': %  ysranatyl recortl I rollect these i taft.—iwti -: titowH h mg ind amoim? rerrart~ Bel '• dnrina 'heir analv L*nf %  — OBBVn ;"er hat nraj have • I • %  ycho. %  n th h by Prr: 'Wiro; By DAVID SCMWA r •• Ancther Lafayette ISRAEL HAS LOST I _j : "-' arrb5--r : -for B] country to Israel live and epart in the Irae'. Icampaign. I imagine thei • I lowi coonl I'hd not -pc-ak to the Jewish Imunity. I have seen him at and it seemed to me that Jews l< upon him a *h something of the same feeling %  Americans mun have looked at LaFayette in the d< 776. \ High (/ommi^ioncr of Refugees, he he'ped pave the way. by his support, for the esOhllshn nl ot the State of Israel, and when Truman decid.t to accord rtcognition to the Jewish State, he immediately named McDonald as the first amb. dor to the court of the new David Ben-Gurion McDonald in his book. "My Mission to brael,'' tells how the British persisted in refusing to accord any recognition. All communications by the British were addressed 'To the authorities in Tel Aviv." and were therefore always returned unowned by the Israeli Government. Actually, it was not too much better in America. The recognition of Israel had been decided upon by Truman against the oppositon of what Truman called "the striped pants boys of the State Department." Even the liberal Secretary of State Marshall looked with misgivings on it. McDonald was not the typical ambassador in long coat tails who confines himself to a fewofficial calls on the foreign office interspersed by numerous cocktail parties. He took a paternal Interest In Israel. He and B.-G. developed a real intimacy. He describes in his book Ben-Gurion comindown the steps "looking like Santa Cla.." Another time he is upstairs in the bedroom of Benr.unon because B.-G. is trying to keep warm tinder the blankets while working. ly HERBERT C. LUFT Hollywood lo Kuropi A NATOL LITVAK WILL produce am direct Ihe motion picture version o m\ Ihr Deputy," by Rolf Hochhuth, cur, lently al Broadway's Crooks Atkinsoi Theatre in a heavily cut English-Ian daptatlon, Lltvak earlier hat < v nil the nettling ol Nad German* World War il in his "Decisioi Before Dawn." During the past isL !lh lk % %  •••> has been m Hollywood an-Mnade Il hi'.uli; i.l li'i in l',n We are told thai Rim rights lo "The Depoty" had i i n offered lo veteran director Frltx 1 m !l :i '"'" from Ihe Third Reich. Bui Lang upon N< Vork production ol the play icit n Deputy foo talky and did not have enough cinematic elements for a Successful picture. fcraeli actress Dalian Lavi completed her eo-starring fofc ,n Richard Brooks' "Lord Jim," based upon the Joseph Conrad classic and photographed for Columbia Pic lures ih London, with Peter O'Toole in the title part and •'/"" B, Jack Hawkins. Eli Wallach. Curt Jurgrns. '• '' and Akim Tamiroff in the mafe department -ham.,, laurels with Sabra Daliah, the only woman in the .' "'-'"'' '" 1 has hern selected as next year's British Reyal In Performance to he attended by Queen EUioheHi li ;a benefit for the Cinema Trade Benevolent Fdnd



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October 30. 1964 •JewistifhrkMan Page 15-A Ribicoff to be Speaker at Kennedy Peace Forest Dinner Under JNF Auspices Here !£& leering Committee of the Jewish Notional Fund John F. Kendv peace Award Dinner meets to lay out plans for the event. ^ced left to right) are Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, chairman fine Board of Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami; Leon resident of the JNF Council of Greater Miami; Dr. Irvta Lehrman, chairman of Foundation of tho JNF. Standing Eft io right are William Bernstein, vice president of the JNF mi; and Zev W. Kogan. ordon Running To Succeed Self Democratic nomicceed himsell nty Board of i in Group 2. | regressive e luhasis on more L ati n of o u r [ i> I ordon's aim. ordon v ; • elected t'> his presar term in I960. •Four rs Bgo.' he declared, "our jo* iten despite a trcmenpopulation growth, was be• passed by developments in • nal field. [Today, the Board of Public stri/ttion h*s provided the iQ€ :-ip necessary to bring :-ools to a new high level ecjcbtional achievement." \. ird< % %  presi ; %  i ol Washington Fedi I Sa> ings and Loan As i i iation, nas been traveling w ith i V i c i Presidential N< minec Hubert Humphrey in behalf of the Minnesota Senal >r's • lection with Lyndon Johnson nexl Tuesday. He lias participated in U.S. and UN projects to encourage thrift and home ownership in Latin American and African countries. i The School Doard incumbent feels that "my leadership in modermzi ing the business methods of the school system is known to all." adding that 'Competitive bidding in such areas as insurance and milk and bread for school cafeterias has already saved over half a million dollars for the county." Steering Committee for the John F. Kennedy Peace Award Dinner to be held on Dec. 6 at, • he Fontainebleau Hotel met this week to lay out plans for the gala %  vent. Sei.. Abraham Ribicoff (D Tonn.i. former Governor of COP nccticut and Secretary of Health. Education and Welfare in the cabinet of the late President, will be f,uest speaker of the Jewish N'arional Fund-sponsored event. The committee also announced that a series of preliminary meetings will be held to discuss details of the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest in Israel, to be culminated by the Peace Award Dinner here Dec. 6. Dr. Irving Lehrman on Wednesday called upon the State of Florida to participate in the planting of half a million trees as Florida's fair share in the Kennedy Forest. "There should be no home, and especially a Jewish home, where trees have not been planted in memory of this great humanitarian," Dr. Lehrman declared. "Let's ennoble ourselves in the knowledge that we arc strengthening the ties between our two democracies,' said William Bornstein, who was instrumental in helping launch Me Ami. the sister %  ettiement of Greater Miami in [ Israel constructed under the auspices ol the Greater Miami JNF. "The participation of our community and the State of Florida are a direct reflection of the love, affection and esteem in which the late President was held by his fellow Americans." said Leon J. EH. president of the Council. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. who has just returned with Zev W.. KoKan. from Chicago, where they I met with Max Bressler, national president of the Jewish National Fund of America, outlined plans for the Dec. 6 event they discuss ed with Bressler. At the dinner on Dec. 6, presentation of the John F. Kennedy Peace Award Medallion will be made. Recipient of the Pylon Honoree Award will in turn present a replica in memory of John F. Kennedy to the Governor of Florida to be placed on permanent exhibition in Tallahassee. "This will lie one of the most outstanding dinners ever held here," Dr. Lehrman declared, "and no el fort will be spared to make il the success it deserves from the point oi view of attendance, as well as achieving the goal "i half a million trees to be planted in the Florida section of the John F. Kennedj Peace Forest in the iioiv Lan ADL Director to Talk B'nai B'rith North Shore Lodge will hold its regular meeting on Monday. 8 p.m.. at Washington Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr. Speaker of the evening will be living Schulman, Florida Regional director. Anti-Defamation League. Jack Burstein is president. ELECT PAUL O'NEILL CONGRESSMAN O'Nilll, A CONGRiSSlflAN WHO WILL VOTE AGAINST AID TO SUCH NATIONS AS EGYPT, JORDAN AND ALL OTHER MM NATIONS present Congressman Claude Pepper OS voted 100o for aid to these enemy nations. Democrat*, Republicans. Independents CAN ALL VOTE FOR PAUL O'NEILL Tuesday, Nov. 3rd. For Rides to the Polls coll PL 7-2781 1M Pol. Mv Germans Won't Extend War Crimes Statute Continued from Pace 1-A liament According to recent polls. | West German public opinion is 7oj per cent against extending the | statute. The West German statute of limitations on prosecuting major war criminals, until now presumed to expire May 8, will realI ly expire only in 1976, it was 1 said in Jerusalem by Dr. Aryeh Kubovy, director of Yad Vashem, the Israeli center for documentation on the Nazi holocaust. Dr. Kubovy based his statement on an interpretation of the West German lak. The presumed expiration of the I statute has been dated as May 8. ; 1965. which is 20 years since the | official end of World War II. HowI ever, Dr. Kubovy said, the West German Government could not conduct its own trials until it formally regained state sovereignty. I which was in 1956. For that reason, he said, the statute will not 1 really expire until 1976. He notes that East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Poland and Soviet Union had abolished similar statutes of limitation for Nazi crimes, and warned West Germany, by not doing likewise was taking the path to "moral isolation." \ ELECT REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR U. S. CONGRESS' Cantor Weiss To be Heard The third in a series of five guest cantors to appear at the new synagogue will be heard on Saturday at Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue. He is the wellknown tenor, Moses Weiss, formerly of Young Israel. Cantor Weiss attended Yeshiva University School of Cantonal Music. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern will deliver the sermon dealing with the Burns Says He'll Be Dade's Voice Jacksonville Mayor Haydsn Burnis Democratic nominee tor Governor of Florida in next Tuesday's election. The candidate this week declared that "as Governor, I will give Dade County the roads, highways and expresswayit must have." Bums said his election would •"mean a strong voice for Dade in Tallahassee." He also pledged "to *work fjor fair reapportionment and for repeal of the intangible ami n lory taxes In additi Burns declared he would fighl "to make [ntei an K alits lor Dade County ELECT SCHRADER For A Scrappy Defender FROM NUREMBERG TO WORTHSNGTCN ELECT SCHRADER FOR PUBLIC DEFENDER VOTE G.O.P. Pull LEVER 5-B I-:. I ['..! ik-nl Adv.



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%  *.1U< ovnan s HJ or " in order to avoid delecli i 1 > officials I.ike an c ienl Mariano-, the famil) practiced Judaism in secret Mrs C ment also visited with -on Larstudent at Yeshivah University where he was rated first :., demicall) in hifreshman class of 17!l last year, and just named to the Dean's List this year With their 26th fall vacation at the Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs, Ark., behind them. Jean and Abe Eisenberg are returning to Miami Beach in time to move into their new apartment in the Oliver llou-e on the first. • • % %  Mrs Moe Gardner, o( Mlanii Beach and Sarasoia. was guest ,1 honor at a luncheon hosted b) Mr-. Eleanor Strvker, of KeyBtone Point, last Saturday The Gardners recently purchas ed the Queen Elizabeth Apartments on Indian Creek Dr.. and are planning to give up their home in Sarasota and return to Miami Beach, much to the delight of their many friends Among guests at the luncheon were Mrs. Ed Weaver, Mrs. Harry RosenbiaTt. Miss Dale StrykContinutd on Page *-B MniltAY'S uililviit bike tor httifs no down payment, just $5 month It has everything! The greatest! Cool new banana seat, the latest high-rise handlebars, sure-stopping Bendix coaster brakes. It looks like a million dollar.; too, finished in dazziing metallic gold color, with gleaming chromium-plated rims. It's todavs new look in bikes--and Burdine's has it! loyland. fourth floo', across the bodge DOWNTOWN MIAMI (and at dad*'inci ana 163id st URD I N



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Friday. Odobe L X_l964 • Jewish fhridUaf. Page 3-E T en _aqo volunteers who worked many hundieds oi hours at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital are ^warded for their efforts at Annual RecoaniUon Day ceremonies this week. Shown with Mrs. Irene Fink (left), chairman of the day. are front row (left to right) Barbara Braverman. Qlen Mirowitz. Eddyse Hershbein. Marilyn Goidfarb. Cheryl Kronowitz. Nevanita Figoni and Rosemary Charters. Second row (left to right) are Helen Diamond, Janet Sue Rabinowitz. Maria Landry, Nancy Greene, Donna Pardini, Bette Rosenberg, Barbara Spirer and Isabel Wechsler. Rear are (left to right) Karen Zinner. Tammy Cummins, Dotty Williams, Sharon Rudd. Elaine Aronovitz, Sutan Berke and Ann Scherr. Chevrons, pins and Merit Certificates were awarded to the young ladies who worked in the Lobby Gift Shop, operating the Mobile Gift Cart, as message clerks, mail aides, and flower girls. Founders Day Fete for AEPhi At Kings Bay Mpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae AsMrs. Marvin Zank, mcmbers-at-j Afternoon will close with singspecial i Greater Miami will | arf e VEPhi's 55th Founders ncheon .it Kings Bay untry club on Sat i the affair are i Lehman and Mrs Mrs John Serbin ation. :ion moderated on "From Sororitj ill include panel sha Mack, president the "college girl"; Brickman, "youn I Mrs. Harold Spaet, %  skit v HI be presented Marvin Zank. Mrs. Howtzen, president of the I ation, will read the : Daj message, and Mrs. nflejd, director of the %  onsen atory, will play • in Brahms, Ravel MiNorman Broun, province ectoi ill "Her a brief prethe AEPhi national conto be held at the Americana Hotel in June. Hostesses tor the day will be executive officers of the Alumnae Association Mrs. Howard Katzcn. president; Mrs. Richard Helfman. vice president; Mrs. Ronald Pal lot, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Albert Morrison, recording secretary; Mrs. Rarvey Miller, treasurer; and Mr?. Howard Hirsch and Golden Age Club Has Anniversary The 17th anniversary of the Colden Age Friendship Club of the Miami YMHA will be celebrated with a dinner dance on Sunday, Nov. 15, 7 p.m., announced Abraham Berrin, president. Highlighting the evening will be recognition of all who have been members for ten years or more. The dinner will take place in the "Y" auditorium. 450 SW icth Ave. Music for the evening will be provided by Juan Cortez and his orchestra. Ticket chairman is Sam Deel. Ing of "We pledge AEPhi." Academy Women Finalize Plans For "Fair Lady' Final plans have been completed for the annual member-bring aniember brunch of the Hebrew Academy Women which will lake place on Tuesday. Nov. 10. at the Deauville Hotel. Mrs. M. H. Rosenhouse. membership chairman, reports that the membership committee has finalized all plans for the day and that the affair will delight all members and friends of the organization." Each Hebrew Academy woman will become "My Fair Lady" for the afternoon and 'given the honor and admiration as befits a Fair Lady." An original skit, written, directed and produced by Mrs. Charles Simon, program chairman, and entitled My Fair Hebrew Academy Lady." will highlight the afternoon's program. New members and life members will be consecrated by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy, in a candlelight ceremony. Special costumes and a "My Fair Lady" decor have been espec MRS. CIMMfl SIMON ially designed by Mrs. Harry Rosenberg and her committee. In keeping with the program of the day a designers original chapeau from Jordan Marsh will be awarde as a prize. Also a pair of tickets t,> the mo\ic. "My Fair Lac.V. I will be given as a prize to a luck member. -i AJCong. Women Have Program American Jewish Congress was to hold its October luncheon meetins on Thursday, 11:30 a.m., at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Guest speaker was to be John Barfield, director of the State Department Reception Center in Miami His subject was to be 'Our United Nations." Program vice president, Mrs. Anna K. White, said the function would also include the Congress Octet in international songs di|*cted by Mrs. Bina Barnett in h'mnr of the United Nations Month. President is Mrs. Ruth Albutuerque. Mrs. Lillian Townsend 1 hostess. nnrsif littiis for #MH the holiday pafttel* Rosy pink and bright turquoise, straight from the artists palette and oh so flattering. Aileen knits them into tops, capris and suits for the active young set. From JM's complete collection: herringbone-look cotton knit top, white with pink or turquoise trim, % i 100 % nylon stretch pants, $ ;> Pants also in double knit cotton, % 4 Completely washable, sizes 7 to 14. JM GIRLS' SHOP, third floor, rniami second floor, fort lauderdale



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Friday October 30, 1964 vJewlst fhrldfiar Page 5-B Pioneer Women Plan Functions Vomen held a meeting on We:! lay afternoon in the Commonly Room-fit Washington Federal. 1 234 Washington Ave. Business e( j bj Pii m er Women. MrJacob Raffel, program chairman, ill host th ">ur %  Pcstsn Calls %  Xm N STEARN ERNA KlKS.MD. {irfcnWSIM j HStMW neeting was conducted by Mr-, i, p ent. Mrs. William Beckwith, acting •rogram chairman, introduced jper NCW ultural chairman, Mrs. N l—i..,- ioroff, who spoke on "Eviction ;jj LegisIC'-*"and Integration in Israel." Lock Ralph Po ton, Democrati nomSocial hour was hosted by Mr ,.„.,. f or the state legislat aoiui uuui !" n %  —--- -. nice i<" %  •• n ih auestion of "A Woman's Role Newman Stearn; Dr. Erna Klass, medicine; an( MrSAbraham Seltzer in honGroup 2 has called for a new IOOK manitv" are (left to light) moderator. Mrs. Charles FinkeSstein. civic betterment; and 0 r of their anniversary^ Mrs. Son;1| )ho educational system^m^me 'businesswoman, Mrs. Margaret Mrs. P. I. Furlcng, law. Ol VI llllll n"" '•- %  .• ----, y, i llc <.,. t .v.-. >a Weiss presented a musical proslate in order to have it keep pace ram. with the S;>;.o' Age. •I want to be sure we are providing Space Age educational facilities lor our children." Poston Bebe Ic'elson Chapter, Mis Dora Iffenhcnden, president, will hold a regular meeting on Thursday, vr*" ( ( 0 s0 by cnt0 ur \"ov. 5, 1 p.m.. at Washington* federal, 1133 Normandy Dr. a ;ing m every possible way education and the teaching proleMrs. Fannie Levine will speak .„„, There is no reason win an the -'Origin. Activities and AcFlorida shouldn't be a leader in romplishments of Pioneer Women'" ; nt lK .| ( | „f education-at hath the luring its 40 years of existence, primary and at the graduate levn America as well as in Israel. j v % %  Social hour will be hosted by Mrs. Harry Sachs. VCi'.BMAM Poston said his major aim in seeking a state legislative seat "is to provide leadership in getting economy, fairness and growth in Florida's government." Mrs. Fred Sandier, president of Kadimah Chapter, announces the postponement of a meeting to • o riqht are panelists ot the Wonderful president of the Federation of Jewish Women Tuesday Nov. 10. 8 p.m., in her, ^ aheii(| and i c? Women luncheon: Mrs. Maury Mr.. Irvinq Lehrman; and chairman of the home, 2720 SW 2nd Ave. I reaUze that we are now in the era c .,. Mrs Howard (Isabel) Crove. day. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. Mrs William Chase, chairman Qf sp ici •Pos ton said. -Florida Mrs A A. Hoyden, education; (of the committee for the annual must prov ide leadership in every j nightclub affair on Saturday, Dec. |jc|d of cnt i e avor: education, inchild in the vital formative years ; 12) a t the Carillon Hotel will be justly, public welfare and road" ot his education and of his mental 1 a s i s ted by Mrs. Murray Toister p os ton, a native Floridian. has Ath. and Mrs. David Bell. "The joy and strength of America is Us culture and its free education system, and nowhere are : World of Women two-year in residence training pro vc more fortunate than in Dade m I I I, t> i I (M Wonderful World of Women is Examined By Pane! of Experts in Their Fields World of Women two-year in residence training pro vc nwr ,_ a panel of leadgram has been established tor County, where free education is ness and profes women in this project. 'provided at every eve |>on ew. ,, the Federation Attorney Mrs. Paul James Furlnontary to special adult educanen's luncheon at long noted that there was a place ,,„„ programs." Hotel last Thursand a need for women in govern-. D) Erna K | ass who has pracment service, in politics, and in |jci>(1 nu>()jt .j ne aIU | raised a faminswer to questions posed by administrative life. Speaking of ., v duJ ing her 24 years in Greater ,l viollv Turner, ot the role of law and persona reAll imi noted that "only the very i\ (he consensus was sponsibility. she noted that -like a ;utive w )n)an can be the truly ..ii ;_ .„k ......,i, ,!,,,„ tln> individuals rignl „„.•• ,1,1m > that "it is been active in a number of church. Mrs. Milton Green. Council prescivic and charit able institution We Welcome You to Our Newly Re-opened and Re-decorated is •.|>[iMimi!<. -"'^ *"" •— active wouidii tan "• ••• h pendulum, the individual's right h ()IU •• a ,iclinthat "it is v and the role of law enforcement ju i c0llt uiier. commented on the lor success and indicated that Iv individual pleasure in WHICH newe8t re nds in women's fashions. Dad. Counti has more opportunithe viewer's role is as taxing a; „ Thc brilliance ot the current tieand more talented women in that of the painter who created [abricg arc jke a flower garden business and professional life than the art. (she said, commenting that many of the 230 women assembled -Through art we express ourSI • • luncheon realized. selves as individuals," Mrs. Glaub Charles Finkelstein. presiman said, of the Quality Education Speaking on behalf of women ill Dunkin' Donuts HOUSE OF PANCAKES 1118 S. DIXIE H'WAY Opposite U. of Miami MO 5-5942 Serving Complete BREAKFAST LUNCHEON and DINNER MENUS ALSO PANCAKES Your Choice of 20 Varieties trend to sportswear is a truly American spirit in keeping with; our modern way of life." Although not a panelist, the male Committee, the American Jewish journalism, Mrs. Howard Grove viewpomt 0l he woman's role in | Committee and the Girl Scouts, of The Jewish Floridian notea |)e comm unity and the ways in that the layman's role was that a publication such asiThe Jewwhlch organizations can perform, i ay it on the line" to speak ish Floridian "adds a feeling ot (n ts aiulinf communal service.. lit hesitation from a non-prowarmth in Jewish homes throughwag p ,. e en c( | by Arthur S. Bositnal point of view out the community and performs chan execu tive director of the rhe differences in a communa distinct communal service as a[ (;rt ,.. u r Miam i Jewish FederaUj are its strengths not its hand, publicity organ for 300 Jewish and tUm He dec .| ared that voluntary and realizing this makes quasi-Jewish organizations in tne, prograins 0 n the local and nationyou a better person." she declarlocal area." | a l levels "are plentiful, and that Mrs A. A. Hayden. principal of, Mrs A. A. Hayden. principal ot, { (j up 0 (he organization mem e speaker recently returned Bay Harbor Elementary School.: bl rships 0 provide the impetus the President's Conference noted that education at the eie-, t|) a „ ow hem 0 he l p the greaton i tonomic Assistance, "the war roentary school level is most .mes( numbel of pe o P le in the comoi povertj • and noted that a portent because it deals with the Now Open Victor Bidone's Where Elegance in Dining is A Tradition id. Tl 1045-95th STREET BAY HARBOR ISLAND RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224 r friends for Itmcli or i o munity lies." Mrs. Jem C. Lehman, chair .-.: ..<• %  spot to meet your friendJ for luncn or iv \ : THE KASHMIR ROOM-ATOP THE TAi };££* %  *"• ,ntroduced ,he ii Mrs. Irving Lehrman. president 4 I of the Federation of Jewish Wom4 > > > % a.. COC< T All LOUNGE OPEN 1 1 a m. to 1 a.m. Special 50t Cocktail at luncheon from tt r.i toi 3 pm K • OCKTA'L HO'JR f*0M 5 to 7 P.M. DELICIOUS MOBS D 0E0VRES > SW 2nd AVE. Mrs. Madge Doefr.ne. Mgr. mi )^J I J; ^^1.^.^ f^t ^-**^^ > a ^ ava^ a^^aw ^ ^ educate their membership to work hand in hand with those in the community who can greatly benefit by their programs and by their knowledge." I Mrs. Milton Green was chairman of arrangements, Pasl president of the organisation, Mrs Anna Brenner Meyer-. delivered the invocation. S.W. MIAMI HAS ACCLAIMED THE NEW Gold'n Chef RESTAURANT & TAKE OUT 1 FEATURING FULL LINE OF DELICATESSEN BAKEHY • • SANDWICHES • o O0 PI2ZA • • CHICKEN • SEAFOOD Phone 667-0361 for Your Order NO WAITING • NEIGHBORHOOD DELIVERY 2020 Southwest 57th Avenue JWV Games Night Jewish War Veterans Post and Auxiliary 223 were to have a games nicht on Thursday. Oct. 29, at Pythian Hall, 4601 W. Haider St. Monies raised go to the posts' VA Hospital and welfare funds.



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||ln7 rvtober 30, I96< k>Is* Ftrrtrfrnrr Page 7-5 ^Mvout people and { f^k aces ... „. u nl YOU DO, NEW MEMBERS H0 ^, J Country Club honored the new club Xr, al B dinner dance at the club. Autumn gashed the d.ning-room with color. !l ,.„ William Weintrauh (he's chairman PKi&T-S Mickey and Harold Granoff of l R .:,s at the door. Amonfi new mem'" ,; were introduced during the evening .„ and Mrs. David Balogh. Dr. and Mrs. J.-.W Michnoff Dr. and Mrs. .Julian Rickles. 7";V -s William Segal. Mr. and Mrs. St.n" V,',' Mr. and Mrs. Sy Lev.ne. Mr. and ^ S Smeon Spear. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gold111, lr Mr. and Mrs. Morns Lazarus. Mr. J fl l Mrs Benjamin Koven, Mr. and Mrs. Ben ..:,, Mr and Mrs. Clifford Russel and Mr. 1 •', MM Gerald Warren. Among club memBtte „ding were the Carl We.nkles; the James 11 Meyers and Dr and Mrs. Lester A. Russin ITS LOVE IN BLOOM AtBdred and her husband. Dr. Jess Spirer. iust returned from New York. They went to See, their daughter Ruth's fiance Michael B. -Vmkel who is a research analyist for Roths,,|,| and Company. Michael is the son of Mr S Mrs Louis Frankel. Ruth has been work'„, in New York the past year. It was love a r.ro sitfhl with the engagement announced at L ,-nd of the month. Plans were made for |u ,,,>,„„., on Nov. 29 at noon at the Sherry Net eriand Hotel before Mildred and Jess reuirn ,,l u> Miami to sing the praises of their sonin-la to be. A TELEPHONE CALL Georgian and John Serbin got a call from ,heir son, Lewis, who. after graduating from Brandeis University, is now attending Stantord ,;,.. Law School. He was calling from Fisherman's Wharf, where he and his date were having a birthday dinner in honor of his own wnd birthday. Georgian and John were leaving for New York on a business pleasure trip. On their return, it will be turn-about for Phyllis and Jon Serbin, who will go to New York on a business pleasure trip. You know—Serbin Dress business! Georgian will take care of one grandchild, Jonathon, and the baby. Sherry, will stay with the other grandmother, Lee (Mrs. James) Abramson, MAY YOUR ROAD BE HEDGED WITH ROSES II v\:>a shower brunch at the Algiers Hotel for Marcia Sobel who will wed Mel Hecht next month, given by Marcella (Mrs. Louis) Heiman and Jennie (Mrs. Harry) Gordon. Dotty (Mrs. Leon) Kaplan led the singing of the songs written for Ihe special day. Marcia. charming in white with a pair of most unusual pinkish orchids, opened a mountainous pile of beautifully-wrapped kitchen gifts. There were at least fifty dollars worth of gorgeous bridal wrappings on the floor when she finished. Her teenage sister, cute Helen Sobel, made a bouquet out of the ribbons. Among guests were the two mothers, Mrs. Paul Sobel, Mrs. Samuel Hecht, Mrs. Stanley Myers Mrs. Charles Weinberg, Mrs. H. I. Hecht' Mrs. John Feller. Mrs. George Feller. Mrs. Thtodore Sandier. Mrs. John Temple, Mrs. Herbert Scher. Mrs. Milton Friedman and all the rest of the adopted aunts Marcia has acquired over the years. Just as she was unwrapping a •his" and "her" apron, in came her fiance with his father-in-law-to-be, Paul Sobel, to give him moral support. Everybody approved Mari-ias choice. Mel is very good-looking. • THEY'LL WIND UP IN NEW ORLEANS Dr and Mrs. George Graham are on their way to the American Dental Association meetin" in San Francisco by way of Mexico City. Sin to visit Rae's sister. Elaine, and Gel Strong, former M.amians who now live in Los Angeles. Thevll w.nd up along with Rae's knitting (a shocking pink someth.ng-or-other) in New^Orleans to visit with son Michael, who is a student Tulane Univer 8ity. -FRANCES LEHMAN Mrs. Charcowsky To be Honored At Reception ... ._;.,....-•,,. chairman, said that Mrs, Charles Charcowsky. phimthropiM and chairman of the Woman of (he Year Committee." ireater Miami Women's Division, American Friends of the Hebrew 1 Diversity, will be honored at a reception at the home of Mrs. A W Lillian Simon*AiW \ hoff, 5925 No. Bay shore Dr., Miimi, on Wedneslay. Nov. 11, at 111:45 a.m. The brunch will be given by Mrs. Simonhoff, proai. lent of the Woman's Division, to announce plans for the Decem the Year"' lunchin I to honor Mrs. Charcow• tor her dedication to the Noted benefactors of the univer sity Mr*. Charcowafcy and her husband wera honored by the naming of the Entrance Square at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem as the Charles and Viola Charcowsky Square. •Wc are proud to honor Viola Charcowsky," Mrs. Simonhofl stated. Mr. and Mrs. Charcowsky have contributed over $300,000 to the Hebrew University, one of the largest gifts received by the university. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, pro„ram chairman, said that Rabbi Joseph Narot. spiritual leader Of Temple Israel, will be a special guest at the brunch. Rabbi Narol will review the book. 'The Chosen One." by Harry Simonhoff. Miami author ana Jewish communal leader. Dr Narot's review, the tribute to Mrs. Charcowsky and announce nient of plans for the "Woman ol the Year" luncheon are among the highlights of the Nov. 11 President's Reception. berg, ninth grade, vice president. Kinneret Chapter Slates Color Film eolor film entitled -Marching Toward Tomorrow" will he pre-, -ented at the Wednesday meeting .f the Kinneret Chapter of Milrachi Women. Produced in Israel. it depicts the progress made by Mizrachi in its educational and •ocational projects there. Starting with a business session ,t 8 :io p.m., at Temple Zamora, %  reclines will be extended to new nembars by Mrs. Theodore Sakoutz president, and Mrs. Morris Jokol, membership vice president., Mrs. Lily Stone. Florida coordilator, and a member of the naonal board of Murachi. will re ,ort on highlights of the recent lational convention. The Discussion Study Group met under the chairmanship of Mrs. Donald Schrager on Monday. -.ludaism-An Historical Present.. tion." by Isidore Epstein, has heen selected for intensive study. Mrs Lily Stone acted as discussion leader following Lntroductor) remarks on the book. Mol'ie Kahaner Sisterhood Mollic Kahaner Sisterhood Deth Torah Congregation is sponsoring a fashion show brunch on Tuesday, Nov. 10. 9:30 a.m. The affair is to be held in the Social Hall and will feature the cotteciton from Young Sophisticates Mid coiffures by Kathy's Beauty Salon. I' FAMILY OPERA PROJECT SPONSOKtD BV OPtBA GUILD OF GRfATM MIAMI "CINDERELLA" by Rossini (In English; SUNDAY MATINEE, NOV. 29th at 230 P.M. DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM HI 6-9230 Patrons Tickets $6.25 Other Tickets S3 50; $2.50 No. Dade Ladies To See Fashions Mrs. Charcowsky ri "Woman of 11 iii -kv and development ew University." of the Sophisticated fashions by Young Sophisticates shops will be presented by North Dade Chapter, B'nai Biiih Women, on Monday starting at 8 p m To be hel I at the Old Scandia Restauranl in Opa-locka, coffee MOORE-McCORMACK MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE S/S BRASIL and dessert will be served follow ing the fashion show. Reservations may be made with Mrs Stanley Chaney. On Tuesday, Nov. 17. the chapter 1 is presenting the movie. "Suddenly Last Summer." at 8 p m. at M. J Sales. NF. 146th St and W. Dixie llwy Admission is a ;tt or donation I to be used at the annual BBW party at the Florida Slate Mental Hos pital. Coffee and dessert wdl be served •liter the movie, and Mrs. Robert Berfcowitz is in charge ol reaervations. Mrs. Berkowita is also in charge of UN1CKF kits tor Halloween. Chapter president is Mrs. Max Lubel. W ".arswia' Uruu WHIT wjam* We ere happy to announce a 25-day Med.terranean Cruise on the SS BRASIL, sailing March 17. 1965, calling at Funchal, Casablanca, Tangier, Malaga, Alicante, Barcelona, Palma, Oran, l.sbon, Porto. Returning to New York April 21, 1 OS Rates begin from $895.00 per person on double basis Accomodations now available CALL 448-4487 > • TRAVEL UNLIMITED 2101 PONCE DE LEON DIVO. I CORAl GABIES, FLORIDA I Aeon front Cable! Ihou^r I Asthmatic Home To be Opened Members of the stair, executivi board and medical advisory board will he on hand to greet visitors to the newly-opened Residential Treat ment (inter of the Asthmatic Children's Foundation at 1800 NE 1 168th St.. No. Miami Beach, on Saturday evening, In addition to a tour of the build ing starting at 7 p.m.. there will I be a Halloween party for the chili dren in residence al the Center. Entertainment for the evening will feature Martin Kushner with his "Magic tor Minors' and a program of modern dance and arrangements on the accordion by Bryna and Andrea Goldberg. Refreshments will be served AGAIN OFFERING THE POPULAR Soff Weafeend, mML HOTEL AND COUNTRY CLUB SET ON 2400 ACRES IN MIAMI There never was a better time to enjoy Doral... one of the Rteat go'f resort hotels in the world! 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October 30, 196* +Jewist ihridHatn Page 9-B *J t yours, h covered with jet beading MrJack larner was in a black I rmal with a cut velvet hodice that had a modified • neckline. Emerald green with soft beige-colored mbossed in the fabric :,. ,rn b) >rs. Sam Blank. The R >.wife, Mrs. [rving lected a muted green ,., i >ii floor-length skirt knit overblouse ncrusted with iridesreen sequins. Her neckline scooped, and her %  i IT bracelet-length. lu|R5 Shepard Broad's black "• overblouse was entered with jet sequins and ids over a white satin < -kirt. Mrs. Dennis Clum a black chantllly lace sheath reembroidered with sefeaturing a square Pink peau de sole was e of Mrs. Joseph Singer l scooped neckline of her heavily encrusted with silver sequins and satinlil ed i-l,' heads. Mrs. PeSfiy Schulman's French original was ellow peau de soie formal 'ii .1 hodice of white alencon ith a high, square neckline Multi-colored flowers brocaded v, ith silver lame' created the labni in the tailored gown worn bj Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Her matching jacket was waist-length and fitted. Mrs. Charles Clements chose a floor-length gown rith a matching stole in a floral pattern in ombre shades of green Mr-. Al Stratton's threepiece while silk ensemble featured a double breasted full igth coat with an ascot-type lie over a tunic sheath. ik satin gown with a beavi eled bodice was worn by lira Philip Thau. Mrs. George g silver gown had an illusion bodice embroidered with r sequins. A white embossed silk ensemble was worn by Mrs. e Rose. Mrs. Sam Kulok chose the oriental motif in her silver lame' and black brocade. which had a court train effect ii i a matching cape. S UNDAY night at the Doral Country Cab. Mrs. Herman Feldman wore a floor-length gown of iridescent green sequins featuring a sheath line with a decollete neckline. Chairman ior the event was Phil Iievilz Mrs. Revitz chose a white satin ivening skirt with a blue and white beaded shell bodice. A tear drop pattern was created with white caviar beads and sky sequins filled in the background. A high-tiered neckline was created with white silK organza. Mr.Marshall Feuer was in a tur-j quoise silk crepe gown with silver bugle beads trimming the j bodice and the hemline and de| tailing the deep slit on the side j of her skirt. Mrs. Byron Cherkas chose a royal blue satin with a matching ruffled stole. Her overblouse was in black with a touch of the blue in a water-color wash print. Mrs. Daniel Cravitt was in a canary-colored peau de soie. floor-length gown. A white silk crepe gown embroidered with iridescent sequins was worn by Mrs Maxwell Dauer Mrs Robert Tanner's gold brocade fi 8 tuied a slashed neckline with scalloping. Gold was the color choice of Mrs. Edward Cohen. Her satin skirt was topped with a sequined overblouse and fringes of bugle beads. Porcelain blue peau de soie was worn by Mrs. Marvin Zank.I Her bodice was softly gathered in horizontal lines, and matching colored alencon lace was; appliqued on her skirt. Aj matching draped stole completed her ensemble. Mrs. Norman Nash chose powder blue peau de soie for Her gown. Sequins embroidered her chantllly lace bodIce. Black chantllly lace Over white satin in a tiered skirt and decollete bodice was the choice Of Mrs. Bernard Abel. Her skirt was designed so that the bottom tier could be removed and the dress made cocktail length. Black Chantilly lace was also worn by Mrs. Bert Sager. Her floor length gown had deep godet inserts in the back of the hem which created a court tram effect. • • • M RS. Joseph Solomon's white -ilk crepe evening skirt was topped with a white sequined shell with multi-colored flowers in deep jewel tone colored sequins set in clusters. Emerald green silk brocade in a swirled pattern was selected by Mrs. Robert Miller. A full-length matching coat was worn over her sheath gown. Mrs. Ellis Robins had a flared cape to match her shocking pink crepe gown. Honey beige silk crepe with beading and crystal tear drops at the waist was the choice oi Mrs. David Outtenmacher. Wife of the Rabbi. Mrs. Herbert Baumgard, chose a pink satin evening skirt with a matching sequin overblouse. Mrs. Fred Stone's gown was a jewel tone green and gold brocade with a matching stole. The oriental True Sisters Planning Tea United Order of True Sisters. Miami 43. will hold a tea for new and paid-up members on Thursday, Nov. 9. from 1 to 4 p.m.. at the Variety Children's Hospital Auditorium. President is Mrs. Morris Wcinberg, and membership chairman is Mrs. Arthur Lee. The group has pledged $4,800 t. the hospital to help furnish a fourroom suite in the new addition t< the hospital In addition, the organization maintains an out-patient clinic there and each year make 30.000 dozen dressings for the American Cancer Society Founded 118 years ago. COTS is one of the oldest national worn en's organizations in the Unite) States. Alan King Set For Eden Roc Eden Roc President Harry MutDr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of the Jewish Theological ~^S*??Eg£*S& Seminary oi America, congratulate* Mrs. Albert Fn*d upon ^ show Dec 24 through her reelection to a two-year term as president of the National Jjjn 2 w year term as preidet Women's League of the United Synagogue of America. 1,500 Delegates Attend Biennial Confab Of United Synagogue Women's League Jan. 2. Last winter. King's closing show in the Eden Roc's Cafe Pompeii lasted until after 3 a.m. Among applauding spectators was Dinah Shore, who said "it was the greatest show" she had ever seel in a night club. By Special Report Fifteen-hundred delegates, representing over 200,000 Sisterhood members trom throughout the United State-. Canada. Mexico and Puerto Rico met this week at Chicago's Sheraton Chicago Hotel for the biennial convention ol the National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America, The major topic of the convention was Ihe breakdown of moral values in i s. communities. An-ong those participating was I Mrs. Harold Reinhard. 1631 Coral Hate Dr.. president of the Florida 1 branch The five-day program included i workshops, symposiums, lectures | and classroom study. The convention was to adjourn the afternoon of Thursday. Oct. 28. The final meeting will be held in Jerusalem on May u. 1965. with an address by GoWa Melr, Israel's Minister for Foreign Affairs. Two panel discussions were devoted to the problems of communication between the generations. Panelists included the noted educator. Dr. Simon Green I erg; Dr. .lack Weinberg, of ChiBeth Am Men Plan Breakfast I i Cleaning-Laundry Storage 1201 -20th Street JE 8-6104 Miami Beach OPtN 7 AM. %  77M. Sam* Day ServJeTwevtr $ t*trm Cfceree. Brotherhood of Temple Beth Am will sponsor its monthly breakfast at the Temple on Sunday morning. Nov. 8. Plans are also being made for the annual father-child dinner, which will be held in the auditorium on Wednesday evening. NOV. 18. Arthur Lyons and Arthur Jacowitz will co-chair the dinner. Max Raskin, president, has announced that Ben Clem is new chairman of the Blood Bank. brocade overblouse in silver was worn over a black satin evening >kirt by Mrs. Jules Freeman, An ice blue crepe formal with a matching stole was Mrs. Phillip Scbift's choice for the evening. Her bodice was in chantilly lace with sequin trim. Mrs Alan Kessler chose a black velvet gown with a white silk Empire bodice. Jet beads and tear drops were scattered over her bodice. cago. a leading psychiatrist, konwn for his significant research and contribution in the field of geriatrics and family relatlonrhips; and the noted sociologist, Milton Himmelfarb. Part II of the Panel, Youth Response, was directed by Dr. Morion Siegel. who has conducted the United Syna.,1 p' Department of Youth Activities for more than a decade. Another highlight of the fourda) progawni was the production of a socle-drama, 'And the Walls Came Tumbling Down." written by Mrs. Saul 1. TiplitI and presented by the Hull House Theatre Croup. Airs. Teplitz, vice president of the National Women's League, is the vile of Rabbi Saul Teplitz, of Woodmere. L.I. Many of the principal speakers at the convention were Officials ol the Jewish Theological Semi nary. Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor Ol the Seminary, delivered Ihe principal address on Monday. Another highlight of the program Mas an address by Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum, provost of the Seminary. The National Women's League ot the United Synagogue of America was founded in New York City in 1917. Today, the parent body oi sisterhoods affiliated with Conservative synagogues lepresents over 750 Sisterhoods with a combined membership of 200.000 worn en. Supporting Alan King this season will be the Eden Roc Orchestra and a top dance team. As an added attraction, negotiations are now taking place for a popular young singing star to appear with Alan King —ST. OVERWEIGHT? TIRED? | TENSE? RENT AN tsusim Judge Miller Heads Legal Unit Judge Norman Miller, of Miami, Municipal Judge of Medley, was elected to the office of president ;it a meeting of the Florida Municipal Judges Association in Jacksonville on Oct. 23. Judge J. David I.iehm.m. 0 Homestead, was elected secre tary, and Judge Nachwalter, of Miami. Associate Judge at Med ley, was elected to the groups Board of Directors. 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I r i-** •JemiitncrMHr -.--* }>:.-*-.; f : j^r ?/_,--. laod '%  .-.. apcri a Ibe Cer; *-.!/.-, Ler-c M-.-te-: T.-.e T w_" ZJ* r.i*V---:r %  .--.--.."vr ~ ~.~ c ^v*e trr .".*T-C".*. ~v*^-7K>*M£R MiAMJAN AUTHOR OF NfW BOOK //e 5"/W$ Monkey from His Soul %  %  %  1 M ... %  &*. H:nw '•! Me-nhey I £--—* V-v &f &f p.r* --_• a, G&d He gih^r P. i.teme:.; la Boex from MOD I became a Man Derate Ddkve MM J never latd n ire -.. -..,.. ttarted rt Wlut i back! he cone! red Over %  ': %  %  -od I (bare f I trust %  ..... • —the : reser ti • .. • rld's tangled problem— maj mal %  •• %  • : %  Pearl Buck The Good : '"-r great 1 vels. what an .• it ii [| .. in,, nd -. %  "How from a Monkey I Became a Man" spotlights this story. It also spotlights Sam Goldfarb, brought to America from Russia in 1905 ard reared in Ihe ghetto of St. Louis, MJ. Told in pithy vignettos, the story of Go'dfarbs childhaod and adolescence is a chronicle of America in the early part of the century. book in .. %  re move the monkej of hatred from thoir backs, as well, epitomized in the Sam Goldfarb Foundation, %  i hag been given over 1 mil lion dollars to help the oppress ed. crowned by the 1959 Award. As the noted play. wright S. \ Behrm.n put if to the author -it is one of the l "">'-< i„,ks 1 have 1 MM I." Good Neighbor Publicati >ns is •t 21 No, Lemon v.. Sarasota, Frtdry Book Review At Menorah m a wtnn of Bouc of ahe ***** %  rjedbnaA. Hn %  Rabbi Schiff Will Speak Sunday %  :>: %  < ; %  r <-* r : %  %  %  • .... ---. *t she eeeMi Helen -*-? • %  r u %  -M f Mr. %  %  *Te on -dimej : •t) ,| PHI %  Ha r -T Horo^ rT* -•.* %  ibe I In THE STAKES ARE TOO HIGH FOR YOU TO STAY HOME VOTE FOR PRESIDENT JOHNSON AND THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET ON NOVEMBER 3 Florida Heeds President Johnson President Johnson Heeds Your Vote Vote Democratic November 3rd • he stakes are too high for you to stay home .(! Xrtv;



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^ October 30. 1964 ^Jenlstt fkrldncnn Page 11-B Judge Friedman At Conference judge Milton A. Friedman h ie ected as one of six n in the State ol Florida to %  %  r,t the s'taTe" in a threPdaj ;orkshop at Charleston. S.C.. on let. 28 to 30, whi re he will be consultant for the Southeas i ference ol State Alcoholi rams. 'I be Miami Municipal Conn winch he Is Senior Judge, h IE ceived national recognition italcoholic rehabilitation program. Mrs. Friedman will join him later in the week in Columbia to >ee their sin. Kenny, who I is a junior at the Universit) of i South Carolina. Te~?le Nor Tamid Sisterhood will present a Mock Mcrrriaqe m Sunday. Standing (left to right) first row are Mesdames loset-h Feidman, Harry Paulshock, Joseph Sussman. Nathan Friedman, Michael Glazier, Ben Avick. Mr. Ben Avick, direc' p. ;ivid Weiss, Leon Goldberger, Louis Gold, Pauline FriedMurray Kostoff, Monya Leshin. Bess Fine. Second row >riaht ere Sam Smiles, Joseph Steinbeiger, Max Raskin, ra 'Posenfeld, Harry KaLtan, Irvinq Rubin, Dan Piver, Morris life! Women's Division Meets to Map fashion festival and Ambassador's Bdi v ocational Sen ice; M iz r a c li i Sfi uthea-t District; Mount Sinai 1; .-pit.ii. National Council "i Jewish Women, Greater Miami Section and Baj Dh Ision; National Women'Committee, Brandeis University; Pioneer Women, Greater Miami Council ami all chapters; Temple Sisterhoodled by a committee consisting of Ner Tamid, Beth Sholom. Emanu-EI, Menorah, Beth Torah, Beth Am. Beth David, Beth El, /.ion; WomenAmerican OUT, Southeastern Florida Region and all chapter-; tinted li aService; Young WomenHebrew Association ot Greater Miami. Kornet, Phillip Randman, Jack Wolf. Sitting (left to right) are Mesdames Herman Frank. Irving Berger, Geoige Trager. William Frankel, Jack Yasman. Max Katz, Al Kapp. Murray Shaw, Georae Reese, Anna Bernstein. Bottom row (left to right) are Mesdames Don Prichason, Alice Fincus. Jack Meyers, Hennotta Fine and Seymour Horov/itz. Not shown are Mesdames Louis Stallman, Riva Levin end Louis Cohen, co-director. Women's HIM iMiami Israel met at a cofat the Dora I i bj lira. Anchairman of i v the initial ; ; two of the !ol the fall Festival LunchI, the Israel Bond 11 ui I the Ambasi stival Luncheon uki place on Tuesi ng the inter|i creations ol lv\i-• i • and the lead11 gners, The Am[i stive highlight tl > >r the patronage Ihe I "I Florida and' [the At Ol Israel, will bo ii Di II c i Offee last Wednes : to leaders of the. Israel Bo I Women's Division, residents ol organizations iterhoods representing American Jewish Congress; B'nai B'rith Councils and Chapters of Miami. Miami Beach, and North Dade; lladassah, Miami Beach and Miami ers; Jewish Family and Children's Service; Jewish Home for Aged, Greater Miami Auxiliary, Junior Auxiliary and Miami Auxiliary; Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children, Council of Pres dents and Chapters; Jewish Discussed after the coffee was the formation Of Committees of Hosts and Patrons fiy the Fashion Festival and the Ambassador's Ball. Women'.Division Chairman Mr-. Myers pointed out that there will be no solicitationat either of these events. The Fashion Festival "ill feature 15 models created by Yves St. Laurent and will mark the fiist time that St Laurent has ever participated in an international collection. The Ambassador's Ball again this year will feature the presentation of young ladies-come-of-age to the Ambassador of Israel and I the Governor of the State in a coli orful ceremony "which serves as a symbolic bridge between the young folk of our State and the young State of Israel," she said. Carol Burnett On WYCG Sunday The lirst segment of the highly successful "Cadillac Sunday Spectrum" on Station WVCG-FM v ill feature Carol Burnett on Sunday, 7 p.m. Mi-s Burnett will talk about her first suc< • (iiur Upon a Matties.-.'' and current smash Broa Iwaj F. de Oul -F ide In M lions from both will be The i. Edward D I ,. %  ell knov n architect. SI nod the Huntington Hi rtford rum and 1currently at work on a fine arts museum in Washington, a memorial to Presi Kennedy. Marie Landry, 14-year-old volunteer, was top honoree this week at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Recognition Day for working 100 hours in the Lobby Gift Shop. She was one of 60 teen-age volunteers who received pins, bars and merit certificates for the after-school efforts. Shown are Assistant Administrator Raymond Giossman. Marie, and Mrs. Irene Fink, chairman of the day, during the pinning ceremonies. Marie is a junior at Citrus Grove Junior High School and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Landry. 700 Hear Quentin Reynolds Hit Hard At Prevailing Bad Taste in America •—V AUTHORIZED OEAUS r £NITH Ouoi I, HEARING AIDS / $50 to $285 Service All MokM ^ E -Kerie. — Mo'Jl STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road %  '••* "> Ttsft-Trrfi-Trlil-T*'"u PHONE Jf I-7V1 ROOM and BOARD in Kosher home two blocks from Coral Gables bus. Phone 667-1839 ELECTROLYSIS II "it November 3... MAKE VOUR VOTE COUNT FOR EDUCATION! I Pull Lever 11A for XJACK D.* GORDON Democratic Candidate for re-election to the BADE COUNTY BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION BL*P W HW Mat. Democratic Use. ISETMrYr" %  & •**. .; Aaa r*t*. sec. W. Pol Adv. Hotel Chain Promotes Two Morris Lansburgh. president of Miami Beach Associated Hotels, has announced promotion of Ted Hankoff to the general manager's post of the seven hotels in the Miami Beach Division of the organization. Miami Beach Associated Hotels properties include the Deauville. Sherry Frontenac. Casablanca. Crown, Versailles. Saxony and Sans Souci. all in Miami Beach. The Flamingo Hotel and casino. Las Vegas, Nov., is also ownedand-operated by the Lansburgh organization. Hankoff has been managing director of the Sherry Frontenac Hotel, since May, 1957. Previously he managed the Lombardy and Monte Carlo Hotels, both in Miami Beach. Appointment of veteran hotelman Ben Shindler as managing director of the Sherry Frontenac B'nai Raphael DlSCUSSIOH has also been announced by LanSbUrgh. • .u K.I Shindler has been in the hotel management field 25 years. Prior to his appointment by Lansburgh, he was executive manager of the bands Hotel in Las Vegas. Some 700 persons heard Quentin Reynolds, v. or ld-renowned newsman, author and lecturer, at the Town Hall Forum at Temple Israel on Tuesday. Metro Mayor Chuck Hall introduced Reynolds who discussed "Bad Taste in America."' Reynolds gave testimony to H. L. Menken's lament of some twenty years ago that "it's impossible to overestimate the bad taste of the American public." "Today." Reynolds said, "bad taste is a sign that you're in." Puncturing the myth that America "is a nation of serious readers," Reynolds said "the public is fascinated by trash. The paper back pornography has mass appeal and the book of poems that earns its author a living wage is as obsolete as a five cent fare." An important serious play on Broadway, he said, "is no competition for a wrestling match at Madison Square Garden Reynolds added, "If there were 1 no such thing as bad taste, Hollywood would invent it." And j television is a wasteland whose I concentrated projection of vio! lence contributes to juvenile delinquency. "But. I'm not ashamed Of the programs I do." said Reynolds. Reynolds, a war correspondent who was expelled trom Germany for speaking out against Hitler, looked back with nostalgia "on an America more honest than today, on a people more religious, polite, thoughtful than today today's generation." [ PERMANENT REMOVAL Of HAIR, j % Painless. Licensed. Free consultation 1 by appointment. Mioroi Shores area. 1 Jen Anne Wytias PL 1-6965 Next meeting of the discussion group of Congregation B'nai Raphael will be held on Sunday in the home of Rabbi Harold Richter. "This is My God," by Herman Wouk, will be discussed. Schroder Seeks Public Defender Post in Dade Al Schrader is the Republican Partj candidate tor the office of Public Defender m next Tuesday's election. Schrader has been a practising attorney in Dade County for 12 [years. He was educated at Georgetown and the University of Miami. Married and the father of ten 1 children, he served 22 years in the 1 Naval Reserve. He took part | throughout the entire hearings at the Nuremberg Trial. Active in the Republican Party for ten years, Schrader has served as precinct committeeman, first vice president of Dade County Executive Committee and executive director of the GOP Campaign Committee. Schrader believes "no man is guilty until he is convicted by a jury of the crime charged and until conviction is upheld by the I higher courts." WANTED: COMPANION SITTER Experienced for sweet elderly lady Miami area. For further information call JE 2-3058 RAT PROOFING A Specialty RtGUlAR PEST CONTROL FOR THE HOME AND BUSINISS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLAN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. WANTED APT. EXCHANGE Lady wishes to exchanae cheerful 2 room flat in Jerusalem. Israel. 1 centrally located, all improvements. for similar one in Miami Beach area. from Jan. to July '65. Write airmail to LILLIAN GOLDBERG 13 REHOV LINCOLN JERUSALEM. ISRAEL +•— ROOM and BOARD For Elderly People. Special low summar rates, strictly Kosher. Warm atmosphere. Car service. Also Efficiency reasonable Rate. Mrs. H levin. 1545 Euclid Ave. JE 1-3741



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> • Page 12-B tmUtt ncrkftor, Friday. October 30. lg Intensive Care Unit Planned For Mt. Sinai During Sabbath worship services last week. Rabbi Morris A. %  .•: .nstalled n % % %  officers and Board of Tiustees of Temple d and Brotherhood. Left to light are Joseph Krefetz president ol Temple Judea; Rabbi K.pper. spiritual Mrs. Marvin Levin, Sisterhood president; and Albert od president. HIRMAN llOWITt Couples Honored By Bikur Cholim At Family Dinner liikur Cbolim of the Israelite < • i t'-i will hold its annual family dinner on Sunday at 6 p.m. in the Social Hall of the Center. IM sw 24th Ter t-chairmen for the event are •ii I rael Isaka and Mrs. Isador Suvcr Ticket co-chairmen are Julius Steinberg and Mrs. n uel Liven tein li Jack Schwartz, president i i o met that the dinner will / >i r Mi bnd Mrs, Lewis Pom%  antt and Mr and Mrs Chester i ei Pomerantz i pre ildenl of the Is %  lite Centi r, ami Leiter is vice p e ildenl Mrs Leiter is Sister KM i preiident Forte 1 Tov/ers Promotes llowite Michael Forte', owner and builder of Forte' TowerApart• lei'nth St. and West Ave Miami Beach, haannounced the appointment and promotion of Herman llowite from rental agent '. general manager of the threebuilding, l.ioo-apartment complex. At the -ame time he announced I the new models for Forte" Towers North, at the site, 11th and West Ave.. will beready for viewing Nov. 1. llowite, director of sales and eneral manager of Forte' Towers, been a real estat<*.Ji;ker in Miami Beach for the^iast ten yearand has held a brokers' license for 45 years. Iowite has handled many apartment houses in Long Island and Florida In Long Island, he was considered! one of the largest land dealers. Forte', in his announcement, praised llowite for the outstanding job he has done. The iirst ] Forte Towers Apartments have been completely rented, and over iliKi applications have been accepted for Forte' Towers North scheduled to open Dec. 1—ST. Ted Slack Lists Platform Ted ('. Slack is a candidate for the Florida Legislature from Group Is. Slack received the Miami Jaycee Award as "Outstanding Young Man Of Miami in 1961." He serves on the Dade County School Board Quality Education committee. Slack is a Navy veteran and %  1 graduate of Hade County schools, R • well as the University of Miami. The candidate says he is for "annual sessions of the legislature Stanley C. Myers, senior partner in the law firm of Myers, Heiman and Kaplan, and a director of Mijmi's new United National Bank, is pictured (right) at the htm!' openinq with Frank Smothers Jr., president of United National, and Frank E. McKinney, board chairman of the American Fletcher National Bank of Indianapolis, who is here at'endinq the American Bankers Assn. convention. A nev addition to tii 1 %  • • %  thi provjdi ly ill patiei It h u pei ializi • at selected to il the and is -taffed ith trained nursing and bouse I %  1 nel w ho function on 24-hour ba Abes explained that patients are admitted to the Surgical Inter.-ive Care Unit on recommendation of their physicians, and that a concentration of resources, life-saving devices and trained personnel available on a minute-to-minute basis often are the difference between life and death for acutely ill and seriously injured patients. The nine bedin the unit are constructed with specially-equipped pedal controlto permit raisi ing and lowering at many angles, and above each bed are four types of lights, ranging from a night light to a highly-concentrated flood to permit the doctor to do emergency minor surgery. Huh powered outlets for pacemakers, defibrilators. and other emergency type equipment is at 1 ich bedside. Various electronic and medical devices, as well as special drugs, are ready for instant use to further assure the United National Opens With Dignitaries Present Miami's new I'nited National Bank opened for business Monday following a brief ceremony attended by Secretary of the Treasury C. Douglas Dillon and Chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Joseph W. Barr. Many of the nation's leading bankers, including David Rockefeller, ol New York's Chase Manhattan Bank, were also expected lor the opening, according to United National President Frank Smathers Jr. Downtown Miami's first new bank in 11 years officially opened when Smathers climbed a guilded latter to start the hands moving on a huge ceramic clock which dominates the bank's lobby. The clock, a United National trademark, was created especially for the bank by Kay Pancoast, nationally acclaimed Miami ceramist and wife of United National Director Russell T. Pancoast, prominent Miami architect. United National is located on Biscaync Blvd. and SF. First St., In what Smathers describes as "the core of the South Florida financial district." "Our decision to open a new bank here represents a S3 million vote of confidence in the future or downtown Miami and the antire Dade County area," Smathers said. fomplele banking services are Offered at United National, including a trust department, safe-j ty deposit vaults, loan depart merit, drive-in and walk-up teller lities, a night depository and one ol ihc most comprehensive %  I* partments in the South. Adult Education Session Second in u series ol five semin an sponsored by the Temple Sinai Adult Education Committee will be | held on Sunday evening, 8 :III p.m. Dr. David Crowell win speak on i major illness, part of the overall series on "Judaism and Modern Medicine." of the patient. iac Intensive Care i_*ni| ,. in addtti n. a new .'.:• ir retrUy being com) 1 JEWS SHOULDN'T BE MISLED ABOUT GOLDWATER DEAR EDITOR: I am perturbed bj I nl repetiton of ...1 libel 1 'I ith "political intent against Senat accusing him of 1 Being an anti Si • %  iti 2 Bein s I 3 I'.in • r happy May I appeal to you to right a wrong against th< able Senator that we Jews have so tragically and undi 1 suffered during the ages. It behooves us more than air. people not to commit the unpardonable sin. I MOST EMPHATICALLY DENY the accusation of antiSemitism, and beg to call your attention to statements 1 and privately markby the Senator during the past dec. li On Sept. 25, 1952. Senator Goldwater wrote to an V constituent. I believe that when this country distributes Its foreign aid funds, that one of its considerations should I the interest of the recipient countries in our Ideas ol demoer and certainly Israel conforms in every respect."' ar,d pri to say the United States "was responsible for Israel's en and must be responsible for the country's protection." On March 15. 1960. the Senator spoke in the senat< Citing the aid given to United Arab Republic-. In early 195-1 Arizona constituent filed a petition with Senator Goldv against U.S. military aid to Iraq and th • Sena toe.,'replied ... follows: "We should he extremely cautious about inject ourselves into the alfairs of small nations that may, result in more serious overall consequences that would exist witii our intercession." In 1951. he joined with more than 150 hQUSi members in endorsing the original legislation to grant aid to Israel. In 1954 he protested against sending arms to Iraq IT IS COMMON KNOWLEDGE that Senator Goldwater has repeatedly declared publicly that he is proud of his Jewish ancestry. Senator Goldwater has been accused of having left the Jewish people. There is no truth in that assertion The Senator is not an apostate from Judaism. He was born a Chris tian. The accusation that he is a Fascist is both false and ridiculous. A Fascist is one who believes in a system of govern ment characterized by rigid one-party dictatorship under a highly centralized national government controlling labor and capital. Senator Goldwater stands for just the opposite of such belief. He believes in the free enterprise and free organized labor and against too much centralization in the national government. THE ACCUSATION OF BEING trigger-happy is most vicious. The Senator has lived a life of a man of peace and dedication to this country. He has repeatedly emphasized the fact that he believes that peace can only be maintained visa-vi the Communist movement by strength and expressed fear that weakness might bring on a war, encouraging the Communists to believe that they can win. Let it be understood that it is not un-American to be for the principles of government that Senator Goldwater stands for and that it is not un-American to stand for the principles of government President Johnson stands for. SENATOR GOLDWATER WISHES to slow down, if not stop, the process of becoming a welfare state that has for its aims to take care of the individual from cradle to grave, and thus, according to bis contention lose personal liberties we enjoy as masters of our destinies It is every Americans right to agree or disagree with him. To differ is the prerogative of every iree American. To pervert the truth la to build a road to slaves) and to the loss of political freedom. I fervently beg of you to publish this fetter In the frrteresf of truth and justice For where there is no truth, there can be no justice. LEON J. ELL 14S1 N. Bayshore Drive Pd Pol, v.h eaas



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Hdcy. October 30. 1964 fJenisli FhrkMan Page 13-B gobert Gersten Cynthia Stiff Robert Nacron ]$ar Rabbi Max A. Lip[chit: 011 Saturday morning, Oct. In the eighth grade at Norland tunior High, where he is drumier in the ~i hool band, the celebrant 'iD continue his Jewish education in the filth grade of the Ifbrcw class at the congregation's leikiuuSchool, where his sister a member of the Confirmation las-'. Robert lthe son of Mr. and UrJulian Nacron. 196-10 NE 12th St., and grandson of Emanuel idv. Miami Beach. Attending ony will be a great >r. Margolis tt PTA Meeting Dr. Leonard Margolis, board member ol the Dade County Optohetric Association, addressed' Jhc PTA meeting of Avocado |chool in Homestead. He -puke on "Eye Care in j thildren" a. part of a health and j (afety panel Dr. Margolis is chairman of the. bCOA's Motorist's Vision and | pighway Safety Committee, and a pember of the Speakers' Bureau. uncle, Benjamin Najkron. of Tel Aviv. • • Roberta Shacter Roberta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shacter, 840 NE 171st Ter., will observe her Bas Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congregation on Friday evening. Oct. 30. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will conduct the service, and Cantor Ben-Zion Kirchenbaum will chant the liturgy. Roberta has attended Beth Torah Religious School for the past five years, and is in the graduating Hebrew class. She plays the flute in the band at John P. Kennedy Junior High School. Among relatives who will attend the ceremony are grandparents, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kronetz and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shacter. Rita Rosinek Rita Celeste, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosinek, 1917 SW 17th Ave., will observe her Bas Mitzvah on Saturday morning,! Oct. 31. at Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro and Cantor William Lipson will officiate. An eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High, Rita is interested in music and drama, and is a member of the school chorus and Future Teachers of America. The celebrant has attended Beth David Religious School for five years and is now in the graduating class and belongs to the Temple chapter of United Synagogue Youth. • Linda Koenigsberg First Bas Mitzvah ceremony at Israelite Center will be held Friday evening, Oct. 30, when Linda Koenigsberg participates in the service and pre-ent-. a paper on Personalities that Shaped Jewish Life." Rabbi S. T. Swirsky will ofliciate. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Koenigsherg, Linda is a graduate of the Center's Religious School. She is a ninth grade honor student at Shenandoah Junior High and a member of the school chorus. •5 > Cynthia Blitt Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate at services on Friday evening, Oct. 30, in Beth David Synagogue, when Cynthia Blitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Blitt, becomes Bas Mitzvah. Cynthia is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High, a member of Future Teachers of America, belongs to the Honors Algebra Class. She plays piano, and is active in bowling, dancing, drama and swimming activities. A student in the Beth David Religious School since the first grade, the celebrant is now in the Hebrew graduating class. • • Robert Sobie Saturday morning services, Oct. 31. at Temple Menorah will include the Bar Mitzvah of Robert Sobie, with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz oiliciating. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Sobie. Robert was eight years old v h 'n his parents, fleeing Cuba, came to Miami Bei'Xi where they joined Temple Menorah. They have since become active in Cuban Jewish organizations and help other Cuban Jews integrate themselves into the community. 4 Robert Gersten Robert Mark, son of Dr. and Mrs. Harry J. Gersten, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Oct. 31, during morning services conduct| ed by Rabbi Leon Kronish at i Temple Beth Sholom. The celebrant is in the eighth grade at Nautilus Junior High and attends the Temple's Religious School. An outstanding athlete, he won a letter in track, an award i for highest percentile in physical j fitness and now plays football for ; the Optimists. A reception in honor of the Bar Mitzvah will be held on Saturday evening at the Deauville Hotel. His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Isidore of Brooklyn, ; N.Y. will be here for the occa! sion. r. Pushkin t Conference Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, local tometrist, represented the Dade unty Optometric Association at national meeting of the Amern Optometrists Committee on cational Guidance in Washing, DC. recently. \ first vice president of the irida Optometric Association, is a member of the state unit's |ri^et and Long-Range Planning pmitteos, and has headed the ie Vocational Guidance Comh v for several years. Bank tach lects Payne Payne Jr.. has been S~~ 'I a director and executive • sident of the Miami B^ach National Hank, according nouncement by the board. W the > a :n e ime. the hoard mnounced its inention to elect 'ayne to the ofne of president t its January, 9o\"> meeting. Pa) ne. w h o ill assume his titles Nov. 16, tomes to Miami Beach from Wat %  Conn., where he has been iated with the Colonial Bank Trust Company since 1950, recently as executive vice pdent and a director. >ne has been prominent in organizations in both Watered Wood bury. 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October 30. 1964 •Ubntti rkvMtoii Page 15-B m IALMAN ABRAMON each Zionists [Jate Election, tuest Speaker election meeting of the Emi"Beach District of the ZionHon of America was [take place on Thursday even L 8:15 pm at the Shelborne lid. | I n to (he election of |j ce : Board of Director-. Committee was to [,„ %  •• • district's annual "Re-i Israel' program. | Gu %  speaker way to be S. ilmaAbramov, member of he Ifid Knesset and one of }ie o.'standing attorneys of Tel viv. Abramov is a graduate of JtaJl College in Tal Aviv nd net a law degree from West^•n R serve University. .i member of the Israel .sociation. one of the leadthe Israel Liberal Party. member of the World ActionCommittee. He tten ividel) in both Hebrew glish on political, economic rtign affairs. Her. president of the dis3s to present a brief re •i the recent national con: the ZOA held in WashI C. and inithne some ot • ights Hi the event. The • open t<> the public, was bring to Greater Miami Israeli color filmInter-Chapter Debate Held Here On Sunday morning, the Senior United Synagogue Youth Group of : Temple Emanu-EI hosted an inter-chapter debate with the USY of Hollywood's Temple Sinai on the subject. "Should a Jew Support a Jewish Candidate?" Participants were Susan Carrol and Mark Bunim, Temple EmanuEI: Larry Finkelstein and Bruce Sokler. Temple Sinai. Service at 10 a.m. preceded the break fast and program The Temple's Junior USY Group also met on Sunday at Emanu-EI's North Branch Building, 77th St. and Dickens Ave., at 12:30 p.m. The program featured a luncheon and "Paper Bag Dramatics," in which members will participate. Senior High School students were invited to attend the breakfast. and seventh, eighth and ninth graders were invited to the uncheon, DR. MORTON SOBU JWY Appoints New Executive Max Drewich Dies at Age 85 Long-time resident Max Drewich. 420 SW 62nd Ct, died Oct. 23 at the age of 85. Mr. Drewich came here 38 years ago from Omaha. Neb., was founder of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association, and founder and president of Beth El Congregation. He also served as president of Beth Kodesh Congregation and was a member of B'nai B'rith and the Hebrew Free Loan Asso, ciation. Surviving are two sons. Barney, i of Omaha, and Ben. of Miami; two daughters. Mrs. Lillian Weiss and I Mrs. Ruth Silverman. both of Miami; three sisters. Mrs. Sarah Levine, of Miami, Beulah and Ruth Drewich. of Chicago; nine grandchildren, and 17 great-grandr children. Services were held Oct. 25 at Gordon Funeral Home. MAX DgfWICH lie i! lr At o| .. Dm-: I T u Ei f '' Ren Id In i inn f %  bet 11 i I The congregation's youth promam Is under the direction of Dr. Irving l.elirman Marshall Baltuch is in charge of both USY groups. Mrs. Murrj Maisel. chairman ot the Youth Commission, and her committee will serve. Miamians Named To Board Here General contractor Robert M Merrill and home builder Martin Woolin have been elected members of the Board of Directors of Miami Data Processing Center. Inc.. president Malcolm Witt announced today. Merritt and Woolin join five other Greater Miami businessmen on the boaal. They include, indition to Witt, Paul Fashe. chairman of the board. Jerome Witt, kite president. Landon Haynes, : and Samuel Seitlin |ank Slates ligh Interest Directors of the Universal Bank of Coral Gable[ • 1 that, effective Oct. 1, I'' r. nt ipteiest paid to its |vuu>> depositors is four per annum, compounded karterl on funds remaining on kpo.-i: .2 monthand over. I'm mds remaining on deposit !•> than 12 months, the rate will fc throand one half per cent. lAHsfi" E. Thoinnson, president, lid : increased rate is the Mximum that may be paid by | n >' bank that U a member of the ederal Reserve System. Pioneers to Mark 40th Anniversary By Special Report The official launching of Pioneer Women's 40th Anniversary Year took place at the openMisession of the organization's Cast Coasl area conference on Sunday in New York City. Mrs. Blanche Fine, national president. announced today. Marie Syrkin. professor of humanities at Brandeis University, author and editor of the Jewish Frontier, and chairman of Pioneer Women's 40th Anniversary Year, delivered the major address to 200 delegates attending the two-day conterence. Mrs. Fine presented Pioneer Women's Anniversary plans for expanding its social program in Israel and increasing its educational and cultural activities in the United States By Special Report Dr. Morton .1. Sobel has been I appointed assistant national executive director and national program and membership director of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A., it has been announced by Monroe R. Sheinberg, national executive director. A native of Detroit. Mich, Dr. Sobel received his Bachelor oi' Arts, Master of Arts and Doctor ol Education degrees from Wayne Slate University. He was also granted an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree by Great Lakes College. A former college professor, teacher and educational administrator, Dr. Sobel has been active as a volunteer in the intergroup i relations field for more than 25 : years. He was formerly Michigan | regional director for the AntiI Defamation League and has headI ed the ADL's National Departi ment of Colleges and Universities. Prior to joining the JWV National Staff. Dr. Sobel was a con sultant to the United States Civil Rights Commission. League Reveals Music Contest Miami Beach Music and Arts League announces a scholarship award contest for a violin and a viola donated in the memory ot the late Charles K. Davis. Entrants must be 25 years or young er, and residents of Dade County Judges will be Michael Rosenker, violinist and concert master of the University of Miami Symphony; Victor Stern, principal violinist of the University of Mi, ami Symphony, and professor of viola at the University's School of Music; Dr. Fabien Sevitzky. conductor of the University of Miami Symphony; and Dr. William F. Lee. Dean of the School ot Music. University of Miami. GREENFIELD, Helen K., SO, of 1694 \\. -i \\, Oi. ,i ( HI i; Klver.-ill. HANSON. Knnny, "I, % %  I8 S'E lh M ill. .1 -'I 16 S.i v i, .-Ill Dul iiiMinn, (iordon. ir.ENBERGH, VilKllll.i It., S3 of 1801 M: :.'.ii ,\>. ,u,-,i I.-t 16, River.-i,i. LAZAR. 1.,-iu % %  in %  I.. I!, i.l' 1(35 IV ;."_'II %  SI il''il Hi IK lllverelde. CECHKY. Solomon, -". ••! 1420 NR 16m ii si S-I \ I,. i.i i lollltt, x V Klv< i -I'll HYAMS. Mm in II. .. :-. of ;"• % %  sw MII SI Si \,' in N, A Fork itj 1. i. r-i-li SEFANSKY. Phlll|i, T-.'. of -'•"•" SW 2:ti il \\ illtfd i i. i II i ionliiii COHEN. MiCellu, !." %  ,.l 1133 Mil Si N. W II ..ii JEGEN. Mm .Lin. 72, ol "i". MarSrill. -. I 'I Kl\ I -i,l. BOURGH. I.iiu.i i i.iir.i.l. il-. of I86.il \K :>utli A..-., died II.I l". Rlvergidc STEIN. Al.,. 74. Of ."Ms I'.il, :,li, .1 Ave., 'liiil i 'i I. I I, Rl> %  i'.-iil,-. HELD. Ml*. Mullle, 76, ol MM Wash. Iiurton Ave, Bervlceii in New Vm-k | 1 "it \ Iti\ ,-l'sil,* MOLIEN. CliarleH, J7, oi :::::, s\v utli ; I A\. Riverside. ICIPENIUK, in Luba, ::.. of : %  :'.•; mil Si. ili.il II.I. ll. Rtverelde. Democratic Club Meeting Held Democratic Club of Miami Beach met Wednesday. 8 p.m.. at the i Shelborne Hotel. Guest speakers presented talks on "A Must for a Complete 1 Democratic Victory." Speakers included Democratic nominees to elective office Nov. I 3. i Ed Seney. of The Miami Beach Sun discussed "The Press' Role in an Election." Club President Wally Cluck gave a final report on a -Get Out the Vote" project. Tributes throughout the nation are being planned in memory of tddie Cantor who died earlier this month at the age of 72. Mr. Cantor was active in many Jewish organizations. "He had," declared The New York Times in its own editorial tribue, "a special place in New York hearts, for he was born on the lower East side, and struggled to stardom in all kinds of New York halls and theaters until he hit Broadway with as Florenz Ziegfeld put it, 'the largest salary ever given to a comedian in the history of the world'." Declared the Times: "He was worth it." Education Will Get the Benefit Education in Israel will benefit from the dinner being held under the auspices of Mizrachi-Hapoe! Il.iini/r.u in on Jan. 17 at the Deau ville Hotel. Honorary chairman of the af fair is Miami Beach Councilman Hyman P. Galbut. General chairman is Abe Aranoff, assisted by Sol Rashin. national representative; Rev. Joseph Krantz. president of the local chapter; Jack Ciment and Rabbi A. Safin, vice presidents: and Rev. Solomon Cooper. lorber Chapter Coffee Lorber Chapter. Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital, held its annual President's Coffee to honor Lorber President Mr.-. Gerald Klugerman and new members on Tuesday, 10 6.m., at the home of Mrs. Leslie Silverman. 1MI SW 84th Ct. The chapter is now supporting nine 1 Dade County children who are beI ing treated at the Hospital-Home. Parkinson Institute Party Women's Division of the Parkinson Institute is having a games party on Thursday. Nov. 12. 1 p.m.. at the Deauvifle Hotel. Prizes will be given and refreshments served. Segal Named To New Term LEGAL NOTICE I: i tiey re smiling because it's after school—and JP aiter-school clubs at the Haifa Community %  enter, the first religious community center in %  rael s major port city, are fun. Thirty hobbv jfioups and clubs for youngsters are among %  ii^g^grtei^oColden Aqer programs of the Robert M. Segal, planning consultant of the Welfare Planning Council of Dade County, has! been appointed to serve a twoi year term as a member of the National Association of Social Workers Public Relations Committee. A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh. Segal is also chairman of the South Florida Chapter of the NASW, a professional organization of 38,500 social workers in the United States. The Public Relations Committee's major responsibility is center, which was built and is operated jointly p | aiin j ngi developing and imple by the Mizrachi Women's Organization of nesting the public relations proAmerica and the Mizrachi Women's Organizagram of the association, and action of Canada. More than 1,500 attend week' tivities designed to increase i public understanding of the pro.ession. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64867-A IN RE: i:-i:n. "I III VM.IS HA MET 1>. -CI-IIM-II. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditor* .nil All Person* Having f'liiiius or Demandi Aialnal Bald Estate: Voil :ir.ln-v.l,>uoilfliil and r--iuii,-,i to present an> ctatmi and %  !• niunds which \,,n m:i> hn\unaiii-t the estate • %  riivi.i is SAMKT :i ii-in dunlloate attd aa pn>vlded ui Section 7'. %  : 16, Klorida Statute*, In their n '!•••In the County OourthouM" in iHule County, Kloriil:, within -is i-alendar monthc from tintime .'t the first publication "••" %  ..i. ,.i ih, -HI., uill l"Unwed. Dated :u Miami, Klurlm, iiii^ 8rt da> of ii, toll* \ !• IMt. %  'HIM!' SA M l-'.T Ai:\..-uii.r I'IIKI publk-nll I tbl notice in • I, >i-,K ,1... ,,•• I,.].. l'.iill LEON KAPLAN M>-i-. lifin i.i ;iiui Kaplan Al l,,'l|i\ f,,r KXl > '"I 1 1 "." S \V I.-I Sir. • : Miuml, i .-•! Ida % %  i • 1 i" so, n S-la-tt



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'-Jewish Floridian Ijlkirr. jj, Florida, Friday. October 30, 1964 Section C liami's Federation Director Looks it Jewish Immigration Needs Today By ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN Eculive Director Gerater Miami Jewish Federation i JU\ k I shared with you ipc e experiences I had ma recent Irp lo Europe and srael. : ting yon to some of the isited, and giving you n! some of the people placeI |; (limp 11 net I n..\eled with Fred K. [Slu'chc' publisher ol The Jew* [i,h Floridian In Italy, we i way among too famlilies who were traveling in a locked railroad car from Rome f|0 Naples, to board a boat which mould take them to Israel. One [ol ill' travelers was Air. Myers, [Si year* old. With him was his Iwife and his 19-year-old son. in the Iron Curtain country from which Mr. Myers came, he built hou-in. projects What he will rio when he gets to Israel he • know, but he will find a waj Prim Possession lour months preceding his lo Rome, Mr. Myers and lily subsisted on the kindrelatives, because as • il was known that he his visa, he was icn notification to move out ent and to give up a letter tor Mr Myers' %  i" in [srael whom nd lor this Mr. Myers hal was one of his ssion—a pack of cigin his native land. Mr i basic concern was on should grow up in -.iiiii' car was an oil rker, his wife, and two 11 en. e next compartment was technician, about 30 Hiwife was carrying I baby He wanted to hether he could find work ael i assured him that uld, because there was -killed people. ame compartment was ir-old butcher with his nid three children Tweiiyears ago, he belonged -I youth movement, but ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN Fred K SliocJifl publisher oj Tlic /,-!(: li Floridian and Ar> tlllir S. Ki'Mi'l.ni. I'M, Kill f .lirei toi i | the Gn ate' Miami ]eu i • '•• IV i. ration u unite) to participate in ilie inI Al Israel Airlines flight from Tel Ai it to Sofia, Bulgaria. He ten itl ithe IJW HI a iu'-pan tenet bj Mi Ron cliaii on hit impression! of die t rip mid flif iiiimtfrratiini ItMIU of European Jewry. Both Mr i I u nd Mr Rosichan jet%  a El Al .ill rhe tea\ since that time, he had nothing t i do with bis own people except those who lived in the same small town where he lived. Pressures were built up so. he told me, that It was impossible for him to continue living there, an i he had made up his mind to apply for a vi-.,i and to gel out, Both Cars Locked While Mr. Shochet talked to people i" one car. I talked to people in another Both wei: locked to prevent illegal exit from the train, A woman from Stetton, formerly Germany, now Poland, told me that she would tind something to do in Israel. However, il was the thought that her children would have a way of growing up as Jews in a Jewish environment that motivated her and her husband to make the move, even though they were both past 40. No Alternative The older people on the train were quiet, reserved and had a troubled look on their faces. One old gentleman asked me whether there was anything for him to do in Israel because he was 67 years old I told him that Israel would welcome him regardless of his age, because all Jews are welcome there, and that he probably would find something to do because he was skilled. But in any event, he didn't have to worry because housing and food and an allowance for living purposes would be provided for him. How did it feel. I asked, to leave a country where one was born and had lived all one's life, to go to a new land? The answer was that everybody was concerned, but that the letters they had received from their relatives and their friends indicated that al though the first year would be very ciT.rlcult, as soon as they learned the language, life would be more pleasant. It was impossible, they said, to remain where they were because it was obvious that they weren't wanted. A young man of 21 asked for my map of Israel because he wanted to know something about the country in which he was *oing to live. He was a craftsman whose parents were on the train, and althoough he knew he would have to support them, he had heard that life was good for liie young in Israel The inevitable blue tattoo showed up on the arm of a woman ol about .40 who. with her husband, a 16-year-old son, and 12-year-old daughter formed part of the group, We could have remained where we were, she said, but the children wanted to go to Israel: and this was reaffirmed by tiio son. both in Yiddish and French. "My husband is a Continued on Page 3-C T o serve on the committee in formation for the Hamerschlag, Oida C. Rubin, and A %  ami Hlimnnilior R,,;M;n,* AXnnr^r ^r* Mmt 9 c. nor MBiiBm fitrmHinn (iinriBlinVit} is %  vn me committee in tormaiion tor tne namerscniag, uiaa v_. nuDin, ana nnna Brenk"" Qni1 Humanities Buildinq dinner on Nov. 25 ner Meyers. Standing (upper light) is Seymour W' 'he American Friends of the Hebrew UniFishman, national executive vice president of %  Mty are (left to right standing) Nathan Nash, the American Friends, who met with-the comuis Hirsch and Herbert S. Shapiro. Seated mittee to discuss plans. • i The week of Oct. 19 to 24 was designated by Metro Commission as official "Work a Day for JFK" Week for all young citizens of Dade County. Mayor Chuck Hall, shown with Work a Day Chairman Herman Stein, signs the proclamation encouraging the youth of the community to work one day, or some portion of their spare time, and contribute their earnings to the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library. All young contributors will receive a personal note of thanks from Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy and also have their names entered on the Library's permanent roster. Stein, divisional manager of Food Fair Stores., reports that the biq supermarket chain is cooperating in the campaign by distributing some two million entry blanks and informational material through its outlets in ten states. Emanu-El Sisterhood reviews membership tea. Left to right are Mrs. Harry Brick, Mrs. Michael Sossin, Mrs. Theodore Zalles, Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, Mrs. Frank Schneider, and Mrs. Robert R. Frank. Committee members (not shown) are Mrs. Irving Cypen and Mrs. Seymour Rubin. Annual membership tea was held on Wednesday. 1 p.m., at the Seville Hotel, according to Mrs. Shapiro, president. Hiqhliqht of the afternoon was a musical, "What Makes Sadie Run," written and directed by Trixie Levin. Cast had Mesdames Barbara Bessey, Elliott Harris, Sol Koeniq, Murry Koretzy, Harry A. Levy, Dave B. May, Rocky Pomerance, Doris Rosenfeld, Martin Smith, Morris Tarasow and Milton Weinkle. Choreoqrapher was Mrs. Bessey, and Mrs. Millie Draizar wa: accompanist. Dr. Irving Lehrman welcomed the group. Miami Plans Humanities Building to Go Up on New Campus of Hebrew University Announcement of the formation of a committee for the Nov. 25 Miami Humanities Building Dinner of the American Friends of the Hebrew University was made f his week by .lack S. I'opick. president of the South Florida Division ot the Friends. In keeping with a national program for the erection of additional much-needed facilities on the Glvat Ram campus of the Hebrew University, Miami will sponsor the construction of a $300,000 building in the Humanities complex The committee, representing a cross-section of leadership of Greater Miami, met this week in the Crystal House to see the plans for the projected building. Joan Field, the noted violinist, spoke of her recent visit on the Jerusalem campus of the HehrBw I Inivpr^itv She stressed the expanding needs of Israel's great educational institution which has recently added a department of musicology and is currently contemplating the establishment of a school of vet erinarian medicine to be added to the many facilities and schools now in existence. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash, just returned from an extended visit it, Israel, said that during their tour of the Hebrew University campus, they promised to emphasize to Miamians the urgency of a Miami facility on the campus Louis B Rudnick. vice president of the South Florida Chapter, and founder ol the new campus, described the existing Humanites buildings, which he visited on his last trip to Israel. The Miami Building will adjoin the Yosel Sprinzak Building for the lnsti tele nf ("nntpmnoxarv .tewrv*



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Friday October 30, 1964 vJenisti fh rid/fan Page 3-C federation Director Looks at Jewish Immigration Continued from Page l-C tt0r ker. and he will find ;;;,:,„„ l0 ,,,, she said, -and Xve worked enough in my life:,"; ... lhal I. too, will find cork Warm Greeting ere i-as .1 sad-looking attractive eirl of 26 who had no -litives even in Israel. Through -,,.r friend, l learned that she h l w orked in a dross factory md lhal she felt there was no ul ,ir,. there for her. She was tired "i 'he jeers and insults of her fellow workers and felt that „ igrael she would find peace and possibly a husband. In Naples, we were met by u .,.. which took us to a hotel, me ol those being used by the Jewish \gency to house refugees n then ay to Israel. We were | net warmly by three Israelis rlio spoke the language of the newcomers and who took the irtunity, the moment %  he, e seated at lunch, to explain to them when the boat lould leave, how long they would remain in Naples, and how they iould be processed aboard ship, .(} that the moment they landed -hey would be sent to their


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p > • :-::4-C + 3tmist FkrrJ&r Friday. October V.. joei -.. IM DAV were ^-="-r.r shed T-'H'S and Peteisb cxg Edward H Itetsen DepuiUnenl %  yqfcawt 10 \.e Council ,: Ada:_-._srrtc-: CoBur — ie: DAV 2: Ce,; %  .er AinsJee R and pc* :.r--:r.:. -z—.— zrz.: -: \-.e 2-_s.~c.e-c "-'.e Nrusr.-l Execuuve -:-::.."'ej "7.7 JWV Florida Department Meets Here; Leading Veterans Heard in Addresses -. • :': -..?. i r : e • i r -.-..-• %  : .%  --.. : .-.'."' the I •-'.-'-. Wax %  %  r Dai Sea 'dir.g t Depa ri J M if Vet When Sheraton tells you we're reserving a room for you at $9.90you don't pay a penny more even if we have to put you up in a $50 suite. %  :: %  '.. %  '.: %  : %  : computer, an exctantut the hole :.%  -.:: j**j -M a reservation -*rrj and teJh you exactly hemutf • • -.%  : %  -. :'.-%  -:. %  ---. v.-.---_ : = '-' %  % %  %  '%  -: %  :. %  : %  %  :. %  -.: % %  .:-. %  % % %  % %  at luarenteecj rates i .-..*'er '. % % % %  .:'-..-. %  -• :• '.-:-. ;• % % %  .--. % % %  : %  —.• %  -. v 95 Sheraton Hotels~& Motor Inns "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customer*" AMOTHll L0CJ.TI0H fOI fOUt COWV£*lfJICE COULTON BROS. "A*T" "4viy" • "NAT1 rout TEXACO tors Coral Way A SW 27th Ave. 840 S W. 8th ft. ittead •nee •. (pedal rnce ari ..:.-. Pi *: • nati Leaders of the national veterans organisations were included in the special briefing which was *oilo~ed by a reception at the White House given by President and Mrs. Johnson and attended by t*r and Mrs. Heller. I St. 1 %  %  -. • ft %  %  lacks %  Jack f 736 Lei •• 174 : Receiving certificates of merit were Edwin FeibelT>an, Post 174 o* Miami: Benjamin Kaplan, Post 174 of Miami; Harry Nathansen, Post 223 of West Miami; 'red Weitier. Post 223 of West Miami; Sam Kapnick, Post 330 < Miami Beach; and Jack Wilson. Post M2 of North Miami Beach. | mi Beach ; •/.. %  • :,;-. %  •-.-.:--.%  U %  Ike Aba 2 of Beach. tafcea by Use ;.-~pnat>~of rtaoa Ream Mete~ %  % %  %  theLal %  • %  Hosprta • the re • -' : : 3zr Vice CmmmtmmAm Jack hnw -*-<:-*ed that ft'^ — e-"i (Of HM annual Yowth Forwm -.ad been ~iaOe and will be re d at the North Mi<-i Beach City Hal: on Veterans Day Nov II, beginning at 2 p.m. -i beer. It •-;•.-•. B pet : • '.-. : ': %  % %  %  TiT^.'r ;--.'..-.:i tke <; rrt" : ':. :. .-. Fe.belau U Deperffil --:.;lad .hat apr -en-.ber-.-.p .the Fl MeyerPott have ilreac> oer-* re:e..ec Ac".:r. vet lakta [ •m IB Fete >i^ Dr. Kapchan Addresses Yogfl Dr Jack I "'• iversit '• %  day i hJ %  .... em ro CHIIDS--', / JOmi £-ycar,;', Hi De-id Fmski f.lk j : 146 f: ,L •%  !fi MioT.l. J! MOO2 teach LEARN HEBREW TH£ 'fJOCltH **Y ; %  At fcUTZVAH FMPASi^ON hy eiperieaced tee:UN 5-3721 Miami Hebrew Book Store iSSAEL. DOMESC 6 --% Heon-w P ; -. 5 ;; ., •;. t,-*4>;^ S--KiiP-,i-.(, w •5*. •>.*$'.C"DS *.= Mia— i i(i:— .E S.~: 'Fun Day' At Beth Torah Beth tTt prt %  N %  TVT %  AMERICAN ISRAELI X> RELIGIOUS STORE AL=£_ 1 SwS :.; ro 5.*GCG.E5 SCMCXH.9 HOWES 1357 WASHIWTO* AVE Jl 1 7722 J. Sch; REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Gre't' iomi $ leraeit I C : it SJI, Heese for S.aoeee. Hebrew & Sonday Sckec s Wbeiesale i letaif ISRAUi GIFTS A*0 NOVf.' 4T7 Wasliiagtea Aie. JE I -".17 •uai*Trs>i MfW r ro iumvt PAIN rnn A y LINI-MIST os i JrKAT PAIN AWAV *....' QUICK SOOTHING RELIEF Mm ,icf V '-::..i: iC-;S i-.T =i S5 Of ABT*^!:' ; i; : I : ?-' ;: A: :A CHKT coios • : •• "• i : -£ l..i..|-"n„| I. .'.i.i.ii,, !,i %  ----" c* VIA: >irw;s; co H A.EA-* T*CIRCU.S INDIAN RIVER ORANGES ANO PINK 01 WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Bushel $C95 J MAR OtDES PIOMPTIT FILLED lOWDED-iNSUMO-CUAtAjmEO ir 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 FREE ORANGE JUICE Oade State Representative LEE WEISSENBORN 'says. "AVOTEFORBURHS ISAVOTEFORDADE" Tf oiiuer Oade's Vote %  S for Governor, the stronger Oade's Voice • ill be at Tallahassee CAST YOUR VOTE FOR HAYDON FOR GOVERNOR ana make su'e Oade pets .ts fair sh^'e of erida TIME for FRITH sum A YS 9:30 P.M. 12 MIDNIGHT Mrs. Esther W. Rcgovin WEDR-FM, 99.1 ON YOUR FM RADIO DIAL WE INSTALL GLASS Om EVERY PM'RPOSK STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Taps, leveled Mirreri mi Kttih*rim$ (hit Saecfaffy L-G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8h STREET Phone R MW M*rrh Otlim %  H



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Friday. October 30. 1964 Jewish ncrkttan Page 5-C IOUS & ervices J his Weekend AHAVAT T.ON "' Cjnlor I tMSHI Const" iSfAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. R.iboi Isaac Ever. SHALOM CONGREGA SW 67th Ave. Orthodox, rael Kerahner. || B. 2o33 SW 19th Ave. CCTM c IO. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con" ,: R.iboi Norman N. Shapiro. Captor iVilHam W. Lipson. RUM Sdltsvah '">",,l Mi .in.l Mrs I i %  i|;i\ a a in. lias Mit/.il Mi and Mm 1 %  CANDIEUGHT/NG TIME 24 Heshvan — 5:21 p.m. Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmias. rltlaj "i p.m. Saturdas B:$0 a.m. nriiion: "Tru Kindnewf." ui-day 1:4B a.m. liar Mitzviih: K"t>fert, son "f Dr. and Mrs. Harry Qer| BtOO. TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alexander Cohen. i Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Tiiilav s::','i p.m. S.i in.in Iiiill..iitxl Devotion, lluem .~p.-ak.-r. Mis Arthur WIHena, Integration cbatrman, Hadaxiuib. Staternood will howl Hi. Oneg Sbabbat. Saturday I a.m. Si run HI: "Portion of the Week, CETtfcx "00 SW 17th Ave. Orthoi Solomon Behiff. Sal : %  da) • W m I:I. HI. Mn.-i > %  ., ..ml Mm. ha i i". BET -i -B4EL. 711 40th St. 00 R ibbi Berel Wein. |. in Sal rda) II Moth< i !'• "' Ortho .1 111 MlnBETH Avf Mam — • .-.COB. 301-311 Washington Orthodox Cantor Maurice %  i. in Sal unlay v : '" a m %  ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. MoOf.n Traditional. Rabbi Max $hapiro Cantor Benjamin Ben-An %  %  r. a in S.i ii i. .11: "TOO In Religion." 1:80 p m •|n i ion ..i" l-i"." S:15 |. in i!„ Life." • BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 13630 W. Dutie Hy. Conservative. • IETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave. OrtnrBox. Ralph Krieger. secretary. • BETH T^ILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Orthodon Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky • fE'H TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipichiti Cantor Ben-Zion KirschenDai ml S 13 p.m. AH..II l "hill I 'liapl. rof llaila-lionored. Sermon; if i %  ., i I.... h, u. i %  ri.-i.' • • %  id Robi rln, dauEhII. I Mi Rli I I Sha. • %  • in I '-ii Mltivah %  \i. nnd Mi Julli n II nil |i in — %  • APHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St it ve. Rabbi Harold Richter. K Lerner. ilueHl K|l \ I.. \ To| | M : 8t„ Him*tt*d Conservative. Cantor Pincus Aloof. • SRAEL1TE CtiNTER 3"75 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabin Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. C.intor Louis Cohen. %  -. (|,i %  ,....,. .— -1 -T. r. Mil Ii In lli-avi MiUvnli: l.in.la. ilatifthtei id Ml .1 M Sol Ko. IIIKKIM u Sal irda) H in •-' II "Exl i emi in HI n — • JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. I-* .la. '. I i p.m s.i i urda) s in .. in Sermon "We si.i.ll Vote as AmciiM ii. II.I -. p.m in. si i 'anil. i M.s.-.VVciitH "III i lu. I service i blt'nxlng the n. H moon • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. • MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strj&sfeld. -— • MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or. OrthodoxRabbi Phineas Weberman. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. Krlda) %  HI nnd l %  p m Sei mon I.. • 'H |{I i sou ToKvtbi i Saturtla) : %  a.m. Min li :lii p.m • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Ca-itor Abraham Reiseman. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-. -Friday *!:! am St-rmoi servative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami I Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. l-"ii.la> v I., p.m lla.iassnli Sabbath iiUt'HI s|...-ik-i. Mis. (Jeorge Kal/.inaii. vii-.. prfsldt-nl Miami Chapter, HadasMth. Topic: "The Hand ->f Hadaaullh." I'lial lil-i.up ..I lla.lass.il ill 1...-1 in. Oneg Shabbal Katurda) i a.m. Sermon: Making a hi... I..Mltxvah: Erie, son ol il in.i Mi Jo Parker. Mlncha la |. in YOUNG ISKALL. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday 3:38 p.m. s-aiunlay 9 i m. • s.i, t-t-, s, 1111..11: "Strangei in our llldst. M.Ml.-rn Standard)-." Si-I'Virt'S fiilliitt.jl by adult education dlHcuaatOrl and Ofii Slial.l.-il. Satunla) :S0 am Innfc n --JtfCHS lor Congregi n. nwarsri w*-~* !J TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. in p.m. Sermon: "What 1 %  • Mei bi .1 I:.-I..I m Jew?" lay 11:15 a.m. I las Mltavah: I,I.-I of Mr. and Mi i 1 I >e l.s.i Bar Mu/.vaii: Clary, .on of Mr ..nil Mrs. Robert Tapper. • TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. — • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. h'rlda) n p.m. Hadaaaah Sabbath. I 'lll| ill 1:11.-1. MiMorrlN Herman. Avlva Chapter president. Topic: "Jewish Women at Their Heat." Members of the chapter will host HIP ..II.I; siiai.iiiu. Cantor Gottlieb will present illchoir In a program ..f Israeli melodies. Saturday i"::;" a.m. Sermon: When Children Cry Out." __ s TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Mortjn Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steincr. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Krblay, v i*. p.m. Sermon: Should Clergymen Take a Position In the I'leslueiilial Election Campaign?' SatTEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing, ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. Prlda) %  *. pan. Opening late -. 1 \ •s:"" p ni Sermon; '•Religion nnd Politics Can the Twain Ever M. Katurda) !i a.m. Sermon: "Weekl) Portion of the Bible Junior and .-.in..1rsv groups will partleipali TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St Reform. Rabbi Joseph R Narot Friday K: 15 p.m F'ulpu guest, Jani Roberts, I'a.1. Count) School Board .hail man. 1)1 X. trot's .-• mon: %  W'liai shall Save American Morality?" Service and reception following \.iil honor faculty ol public and |.Ivate s. h. ..is. e TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. Long Life Locks to Happy State in Newer Generation Rabbi Seeks Religious Unity On UN Day Here Rabbi Max A Lipschitz, chairman, Greater Miami Observance df the United Nations Sabbath and Sunday, has announced 'he lull cooperation of all religious denominations in dedicating ;i service and sermon t" the UN, In a letter to all ministers. priests, and rabbis in Greater Miami, and to all churches and synagogues Rabbi Lipschitz -tated: "The observance is dedicated 1 m Mr. and Mrs Rdto rcc mphasize the importance Oi ward BlacKman "ill host the tinea „. r 1 V Shabbal in honor of their 21ai wedthe UN as a powertul deterrent to ding anniversary. „. ir and as nc world's only body TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. which comprises most of the S0V> Rabbi Mayer Abramere Jg n nations of the world. "We, as spiritual leaders to whom the peace and welfare of all mankind is foremost in our teaching and preaching, cart help strengthen the UN by elerting our congregants to the multivaried activities of health, peace, education, and welfare of this august world body." Rabbi Lipschitz moderated B program devoted to the UN on Sunday, over the Still Small Voice. I'll. 7. at 10 a.m. He inti r\ lowed [r v i n K. Schindler, local UN coordinator; Col, Frank Dunbaugh: and Dr H. Frankiin Williams. .>f the Univer%  :tv n| Miami KLGL: I GRANADA 50 NW 5'st native. Rabbi David Rosintor Oeorge Goldberg. I II i'.i:,--.il, s l.lli til S|n :ik .'II Ml ,1.1. .1. .%  .-. I Alter I'llINirl Ji.flOALE EMANU-EL. '801 s Ave. Reform. Rabbi Levitsn. '. ACADFMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. 0 tliodox. Rabbi Alexander S S Ii Hvel the m He) iii-.ii •VOOD TEMPLE 8INAI, 1201 %  t. Cons< rv.itive. Rabbi Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah inn. — • — sTEAD .1EW1SH CENTER 8th Rosnick Unveiling : and Unveiling mi :.' die Mm. nf r/ulate DAVID NORMAN ROSNICK r> Vi : %  I R,,.nal( :.:';.' ; Sunday, November 1st at 1 p.m .. M:K nlnf ul Ml \'.i... Cemeter\ with \" S a officiating Rcl.uiv -.-and fnendi v .i. 1 .ited t.i Attend Arrangements by Palmer's Miami Monument Company. By RABBI M. ABRAMOWITZ Temple Menorah The Biblical portion which relates Abraham's experience in his .'Id age can give us direction for our life in retirement. The Bible states, "and Abraham waxed old and the Lord blessed Abraham with everything." Abraham, having lived a full life, did not fear when lie reached his oltl age; but he even considered his old age "as the blessing ol the Lord." The problem of geriatrics Is a verj real issue confronting not only the individual, but the nation. The issues ot medicare, ol leisure time activities, and housing for the elderly are problems facing every community on a national level. It is not our purpose to comment on these issues but rather to indicate that thanks to advances in medical science, man livelonger. However, too often we find that longevity is not necessarily equated with happiness. Too often we find men and women blessed with long years of life looking upon old age as a burdensome curse rather than a divine blessing. The secret ol Abraham's sense of well-being in his old age was his vicarious happiness in his son's growth and development owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Prldaj 8:15 p.in. Sermon: "All the World's a Play." Saturday :• a.m. Sermon: "The Portion of the l-nw." liar Mitsvnh: Robert, aon of -Mi. and .Mrs. Rafael Soble, — • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 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 Nico Feldman. Friday v::.> p.m. lla.la-sali Sabbath. Sermon: "Hadiinah'a Hoanltal Hon|.Utility." Mi-. Jack l.ubiii will be Bill si |ii aki 1. Mi mi r* ..t" Naomi ha liter, 11 1.1.1-.'.. u ill |„. Kueatv Sal in da.i s.ta .1 in 1;.. Ml K\ h latrry, won ..I Ml ml Ml Milton 1 %  • TEMPLE SINAI OP NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. I %  %  rin t ''. 1 HI l'iil|ill KtieKl. Mm .Mam inilllH "I 'hni 'llH 11. ..la--. 111 I' i|ili-; liii|.|. in, ntillK t 111 l-'.'ll I I. I Mil. 11; — e TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. 1 lda> s I". i> in satin.! v 11 111 Silvi an will iluiM -.•! %  vi'-i-iw 1 -,.i %  ,f 1 h.I ...u \i ill 1.. 1, .,,1 — • TEMPLE ZAVIORA. -:J Zamora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben D.ckson. I i 1 1, Strn an 'The Ri Aim> % %  < is\ 1 '. %  1 1 1 %  '. • TEMPLE 20N. 8000 Miller Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. • TIFEHETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Emanuel Goidon 1877 1946 Harry Gordon 1903-1964 RABBI MAYM ABRAMOWITZ secret 0' happiness In our age. too, our elderly would find years of life to be years Of blessing if we could look upon the future generation as the extension of our dreams and revivification of our goals. When we learn that formula t) we can say of ourselves with Abraham, "and Abraham waxed old and the Lord blessed Abraham with everything." A I. \ 1 1 GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami Ph. 373-5533 IKE GORDON JAMES B. GODC\ ••• OAOI tOUUIV W 111 IIACH. ruomtt* Mrr > ^' l <^^^^*v v^^^^^V^W^V Judea Youth To Host Event RABBI AVAILABLE More than 20 years experience in all phases of synagogue activities including Hebrew and Sunday School. Past 10 years was Rabbi on Miami Beach. Available now for Florida Congregation. Write Box 589 Miami Beach, Fla. or call JE 4-0838 Miss youth regisBRONZE YAHRZEIT ^ ; TABLETS & NAMEPLATES | HteJ lobby Announcement Iowa's < BASS BULLETIN BOARD ] Temple Judea Youth Croup will chairman of the day. am be busts to the Greater Miami Hazel Cohen, the group's Federation ol Temple Youth on advisor, will assisl with Saturday at Temple Judea ill Coral tration .m;{ other event-, ("allies. After registration at :; p.m.. the High School boys and girls will participate in a pep rally and skits. LTNICEF slitles will be shown, and members will collect lor UNICEF in the area. Following the drive, the Fedluncheon meeting recently tration of Temple Youth will go the Roney Plaza Hotel, on a hayride to Crandon Park lor! Loie Oxell. director of-(wo a barbeqtie and hootenanny. All .schools of "Individual Poise and groups will return to the home of Advanced Modeling." gave some Islander's Chapter Hears About Poise [slander's Chapter of Women's American OUT had a regular n i DIRECTORY CO. Miss Ilene Corcnblum, president of Temple Judea's Youth Group, to end the day's events in a friendship circle. Joseph Weil, vice president of tips on grass and beauty. Margaret Newman Stern was porgram chairman, and reservations were taken by Mrs. Jack Vivian. Mrs. Leo Gross is preskltOTM u • i_ -,, rn < Josepn wen, vice iiicsiucm .,..... !" .~ wv ^ SES!k*ff*!*. A !" **l \ Temple Judea s Youth Group, is ident of the Chapter. LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY' NW. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open [very Day • Cloicd Sobbolh 140 SW 57th Ave MO 1-6583 Miomi's Only Strictly Jcwith Monument Dealer WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 42710 FR 4 8783



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p >.• Page 6-C +Jeni$t Fhrkfiaw Friday. October 30, \%\ *l \ Israel Tour Students Back Riding camels, finding Roman pottery buried on the shores of Caettria, swimming in the Mediterranean. Red and Dead Sea-> %  ad -tanding on five different Gittelson and his wife Shulami who served as guides. One memorable weekend uaj -pent in Jerusalem at Sabb.ih -or. vices in the Yishurun Synaf border spots in Israel, including where each ^y wa| the observation point of the setAlivan an ^ presented with a Tain previous tJement of Mei Ami. were some of the highlights experienced by six Miami 13-year-olds who participated :n this summer's Bar Mitzvah Tour to Israel. Among the '*, boy, and girli and Mezuzah. On the evening, the group met President Zalman Shazar at Fridav evening -erviceat Bet Hillel, the Hillel House of the Hebrew I %  and on Sunda;. euth tour n received a Bible from Mrs 'lent who -pent -ix v.eeks in touring the I'-n^th and breadth of Israel Ben Zvi. wife of the late in the trip arranged by the Jew of Israel. i-h Agency for the purpose of better acquainting American Jewish LEGAL NOTICE youth with Israel, were Michael and Shellev Rabaton and Emily IN THE COLNJY -J-DGE S He-, of Beth TorahMichael Aronson. of Beth Shirah; Albert Wiener, of Beth Am; and Cathy Presentation of Harry Mazey Memorial Award shows bottom row (left to right; Abe Baker. Post 246. St. Petersburg; Nat Brown. Post 174. Miami; Ainslee R. Ferdie. Department Commander; Sam Kapnick. Post 330. Miami Beach. Back row 'left to right' are Edwin Feibelman. Post 174. Miami; Ralph Rasofsky. Commander of Post 174; Benjamin Kaplan. Post 174. Miami. Jack Wilson. Post 682. No. Miami Beach. Not shown are Alfred Weitzer. Pest 223, and Harry Nathanson, Post 223. 'See story. Page 4-C.I Urban Renewal Appoints Greene As Commissioner attorney Jerome G. Greene was Renewal Agency for a term ol appointed a commissioner of the three vear-. !" Metropolitan Dade County I'rban Greene, a Harvard Law School -•aduate. ha.s long been active in c,\ic and religious affairof the community, and recently headed a Citizen.,' Committee fur I'rban Renewal in Dade County He is a member of the Executive Board of the Government Research Council, a vice presiDignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very comfort to all. s die real ue .:-.-.--' Warn/ QMio \mnW/n7k "SO COUUUhllY MAUSO • MO 1-7693 ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PIAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET dent of the Jewish Vocational Service of Miami, a member of the Board of Directors of the American Jewish Committee and of the Anti-Defamation League. He :also a member of the Ad>ry Board of the Florida Central and Southern Flood Control District and serves aa labor mediator for the National Mediation Service of the American Arbitration Association. Greene is also a pa-t proident of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges and of the Miami Beach TaxpayerA.-Nociation. and has served as a member of the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami JewFLORIOA IN PROBA-E No. 6J>i3B IN RE Retail Mi >RKIt< UPTON |... NOTICE TO CREOIT; = ; To All '• • %  • % %  N;1 ''• I •••:..A| %  i., ue %  < M"i:u:.L, S A.. Robert Kanzer Chapter of the • National Jewish Civil Service kmini| m plovees. Miami, is planning a moonlight boatnde on Nov. L4 at ; 7 30 p.m. i There will be a live band, en Piever as well as Abraham J Kanzer Chapter Boatride Set tertainment and retre-hments on the Dreamboat. with prizes ottered The event will o toward assisting the recently-created Ed die Kawalick Education Assist a nee Fund. In charge are Taksier, Danny Leon Silvei Annex. Leon Lann, Nat Abrahams and of the Biscayne %  HI %  • % %  .1..-. A !• • %  • SI hMREM 111 PHI'S I '.\ Florida JWVA Holds Seminar Mrs Rhoda Deutch. president, ish Federation and of the Miami Department of Florida Ladies' Junior Chamber of CoinBeach merce. He is a former Special Deputy Attorney General of New York State and was a member of the Efforts Committee of the Dade County Bar Association. WK AT-FM FROM TO BRAHMS BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WK AT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY" PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM Temple Sinai Meeting Friday Temple Sinai of North Dade heid a" congregation meeting following services on Friday even 'in "he agenda were planfor : ects and events, On Saturday night at 9 p.m the Temple sponsored a Hoar enties Party" featuring music dan.. its I %  : charge of n Mrs David Goren, Mrs Herbert Kofsky ami MrMaurice Swift. Attend services tftis weed at ifour own place Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans, announced a Leadership Training Seminar held Sunday at the Washington Savings and Loan Association, 1234 Washington Ave from 10 to 4 p.m. MrMax Kern, national guard, who is leadership chairman, conducted the seminar. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No 64C -1720 .; >\\ v it 11 w.x n %  NOT'CE OF PLBL CM V .vl.I: ITHRRM IN k. i SNEEDEN %  %  • I, %  • %  IN THE C RCU!T COURT OTHE •-TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY N 3 • -C %  • 347 • ;!•: %  UtOK % %  \. • %  BETSY i \>i: rtant NOTICE BY PUBLICAT ON [ %  • !:.--. Cam %  '. • • %  • I okl) n, N V %  yi '.' IKE HEREBY NoTIFlEl' i Com Inl f< r i •Ivor" • • • %  I .... : -T %  %  and ) nth. i •! %  : : %  • %  -, %  iLAR A Ml' 'HNIi'K -%  %  s -. If -. ... %  E. I IRMAN • ,.. -. %  i worSi "u i %  -,nii IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 64533-B II % %  ISIS J. \ NOTICE OF PROBATE I HE STATE OF FLORIDA > %  >NS INTEUESTEIl ••I s\l|. S 1 %  %  I I'OU ;• i "' % %  '"r """ '"• dale nf t hr %  ii. ,!., nil %  : an\ win Hie .,. tlon ol -.ii.l Court i VM!I ,., probat. I land inn raked i'l: \.\ K B l>. i\\ LIN.; nlj .Induct > %  > lAtia K ] %  \s-ii:i:i-|-i.i> Clerk 'OSH REPHl'N foi Executor ." M'axhiucton Av. n i,, Mi. HI B, II i |.-|.., ./'" ..r this ..II. i lob) r, I9KI l" % %  •. 11/6, I :. : %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0 THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRFLO D DN i -. D FOR r cot NTY I\C-A\:: c4C "iTS -. I •• %  • • NOTICE BY PUBL :' %  ': I .. /. Vi 1'I.AIN i %  N'.Nt'L MAI-.l: a ihr< • Stanl. • %  %  %  '. t i ... %  I'..-..; %  M %  i; II I.I: \ niEKM IN %  ..,. I. V. TAVA.N II) i erk WhM the occasion arises, phono HI 8-4994 NOTICE UNDER v, ?7 CT, T OUS NAME LAW I IS HEREBY GIVEN thai a. v ,.! ''.•,, V : '" %  MIAMI nl 17246 -"' • u. Miami, Florida In. —'•: MM name m ttti h. • ''""" '" ItKOOlE I-I >HEN, Sole Du-ner 10 10, n .;. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT J)F THc 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU T IN AND FOR DADE COLN'v FLORIDA. IN CHANCi^Y No 64C 10832 IIAKi'l.l' HEAVER, I'Uintirr, \vil..\i.\ JEAN BEAVER I'.'.M.Iillll NOTICE BY PUBLICATION n i n II..MA JEAN BEA t .o Mrs M. <" II' K. F D. No. -' RockW I. l'.-nn-> l\..i „,... Vnr ARE HEREBY N %  TIHI' I ha I ,i Bill of Complaint for P hai been fil.-d asainal you, and >••' %  ri required M flta %  '> A "J'',, Pleadlna with iiie Clerk of "" Court, and i" aei v ,.' Plalntlfl %  Attorney, Bph -aln Una, Mi" 7lh atreel Miami Beach, Florida 3S141 .-Ibe .-IINIIII ,.,-...... r IUI M„. ...... ,,,,i Fore the i Ith day "f Nov. or JudKmenl %  ) >h faull w .ii urainal you for th • %  • M .ill. I. .1. ., ,. HONE AND ORDERED %  M' '• Florida, thia Isl eta* "*' B. B, I.KATIIKRM \N Clork, Circuit Co I'n.uCounty Ploi B) K M. l.YMAN 2ll



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Fridcy. October 30. 1964 fUfewfoA fhrridiian Paqe 7-C LEGAL NOTICE = UNDER c -T O'.S'NAME LAW KKHT OIVKN thai ng lu engaw %  ,. I,, i liloua name .... i ..-... I Way, %  -1,1,1 naun si ,'•.-. % %  I %  ,.„-t.l:i • v K l • AHl.t ,ER ,.i rornl (! li 111 16-23-30, II %  MOTIC6 UNDER r -T.TlO-jS NAME LAW HKRKH1 OIVEN thai li W l • ngage ii ii. iithi .nan • %  S K nti, .i.,. Intend" U with II. %  'erk '" ,.i Pade County, IRLMCTTER >,, n i & I'acslel U{%Ytt%\J BY ENRY LEONARD ARD I NOTiCt UNDER -,TIO.= NAMt LAW ,;• r.V 'il\ EN that to i ngage %  i iillous num. ol N >• Plnn street ginter MIIU i k o| III,I I I |,.I ma. i rJltltu ..-, ,.s %  "J e > PUBLICATION ,M T LOUHT OF THE S fc J UD.AL CIRCUIT 0F COITNT", IN ChANCtRr, MO. MC 11*10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 11046 n \vr: WKISI'ktintlfK .. — — —• I'.KSSII: WEISS, 11, r, n.LinSUIT FOR DIVORCE IIESSIF. tt'KWH IT2 Easl Kith Btre. I lit-ookl) II, New York Y,ni BESSIE WEISS •-" hereby notified Hi.ii II Bill ol Complaint Divorce has I n filed agalnsl • iiinl .Mm i • i in ed i" servi ., %  nf your Vnswi ior Pleading <• %  UIH nf Complain) on the iilalntifl .Attorney. MILTON A FRIEDMAN. i i vii le> IJII Idlng, Miami, r lm Ida ,i file the original Answei I'll adiiix in i ii' 1 %  of thi i the I',,, nil • ', %  -., I ,-n % % %  i" i"%  the gth dai "i N< -• '"'" i l '"'' l! v %  fall tn ., i idgmenl ru del i ill be taki n attain") you for tin i ellef ,„,;,i„l, ,1 in the Bill of Colilldalllt. Thin no) • fhall be publish, d om • %  HI h wei k for four eon • eutive in THE JEM -'l r'l.i >R1DI N S I INK AND iRI IEREI i al M ami, Florida, tltb 61 II da) "I < K lober. A.I' I i; n I.I: NTHERMAN. clerk. i v mi 'oui l. i "ude ,,,iiii 11" II) K M I.V.MAN |...|HII\ Clerk Ml 1.1 i iX A FRIEDMAN 1111 Aii,-I, > Hti IdinB Miami %  %  •-'. Florida All.ii in ) i--i IMaintiff in -,-!,:. V. \ Hi 'I.I FOR DIVORCE Avenui \ t Ji ise) Li Mi N'UIOU, are hereu Hill "i Complain | la 1.,,,. filed agalnsl required to serv. Answer oi rlc.i;""^CHRISTIE AM. UA14 Coral Way. Miami. lie '"S&toft i „ mi,,, m the office of Circuit Court on "i ., da> of November ,.,., io do s... Judgment demanded in the i>m .hall be published once h Ul %  „ f our ronaecutlve weekH I THE M WISH I l.oKllHAN. ,„'." %  IkXH ORDERED ul .Miami. 1.| day of October. v 'i; i UATHF.KMAN. clerk. I,,,I,. county, H-TidH > --'" .. Is M I.YMAN. I'el'Ut) Clerk __., i Hi! i.-A.M. LEVniNSTEIN nil < Wa> iiiu 53143 %  : itulntlff in S3, SO, U i>. 13 IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA NO. 64—6220 1 EI.IZ \I:I:TII I: MM.' >XE. %  Intlff, i:rs>i:i.i. i. in III: r Hi,' l*At"I.INE IILHERT, hi* wife. lA'femlanl.-. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION You Kl -SSKI.l. I lll'BERT and PAl'MNE HCI1ERT. Ills wife. Isla l..,.,l.mi Road, llnl. rtowii. I'.-im-ylk-anla, are hi rebi notified that a MIII for daiiiai:.nan been Inatltuteu auain.-l vou together with .1 1.1" I endell* on your pronertj de*erlbed a: s so' ol the N. 243" ••' the B. Ito.ir ..f the following landa: Beginning at a p-.int !" %  N. of ir.S4.ft1' W. -f the HM. Corner of Section 13, Tir,:: s. and Rang* 41 E Iide County. Florida, run N. Tt.V to point: thence \V 180.81 t,, a point: thence 8, 7o tp a point: thence B. and parallel Jo tl„. .-...lii.ll line. 161.81' to thiH.int of beginning", excepi the • ;.M.,.f the K. .'>"• thereof. It you fall to file your answer wun the Clerk of the above •tyled Coyrt. on or b. fore Nov.nilM-r (3, l.i*4 a dtfault "ill he entered agalmt you. CI ERK CIVIL COCKT OF KKCORP By MM HAN80N I" •*, 30, 11 '8, 13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN A\D FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 64589-B ..B 1.VM11 %  ,-. .1 NOT.CE TO CREDITORS editor* :.inl All rVraon* : %  m %  L>emanda Agalni.t V hen b) notified and re re.-.-nl n>' i l.uinand deli you in.iv have agalnrt Hi. i.l ELEANOR I' 1-1 N H ,i,, ..i i. ide Count). rli Ida, Count; Judge* of Undo i| file th. Minni" diiniil>r< I,l in Bectlon 133 1 i si inter, in their oftlceii m I %  I lllollSe ill I '.I''' : rlda, within six calen iii. time of the nrat •i :,, • i or tiutame m i. • • Minn l lorlda, tkla Utk : •• • \ i %  i :•.'. I. ItOKALYN \ ROSBNMAN. -,\.iiniii .tratrlx Cum PeHtami MllleX., I lent I ,. of ibiiiotn %  "ii ,• • 1964, \ i \ %  HIST" 'i. \.: %  in utratrl.i %  'urn \i,. Avi Miami, Pin in j; 1 ,. 30, 11 'i 13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT l\ A\D FOR OAOE COUNTY. I -CRIDA IN PROBATE No 53736B NOTICE TO CREDITOR!. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NO 83,817-B IN RE: ESTATE OF %  K it AH AM L BKOP. To All i'redit.'.rs. Legatees, nistributeee and Pemon Having An> tiaiins or IH-manda Against Said You'and each of you are hereby notified thai you are .required hj LAW to present any clalma and de,,,,..,„is Which you. or eltfcer pf rou. mu) have agalnal the estate ... Abiabam L Bkop, deceaaed, late ol Mid County to the County Junta ol l...,i,. County, Plorida, al hla^offlce In the fourl house of said County „t Miami Florida, within six months from the time of the first piiblu-ation of tins notice. Each claim oi demand shall I" i" wrltlnf In duidieate. and shall slate the plaee 0 I residence and poyl offloo address pi the claimant, and shall be sworn to b. the claimant, his agent, or hm attorney, and any sii.h claim or Ue„ ,,„i nol -• filed shall be void. MORRIH A BKOP \. executor of the Last Will and Testament of Abraham 1. Skop, bieased. Al.VIN B. ZALLA. EMI. >' ,; s : ,; ,.. %  i Weal Palm Beach, Florida A-.,, TI, v for Exer ii,.Kit tit publication; tH-t. 9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 11163 Till: WILLIAMSBCHUH SAVINGS I SANK, Plaintiff. JAM EH E. Ml • VI :i:. el UX, I i.ieiidants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: James IS. Moyer and Madeline .\1 Mo)er. his wife. Itesnkn, •: Cuknown. and If remarried, thenunknown spouses, if luiiiK. and If dead the unknown heirs, devise,.-, legatees, grantees, assignees, li.nois, creditors, trustee* or other claimants claiming by, tin,,ugh. under or against any of the above named defendants who are de< eased. Vou ar. hereby notified that the above caption.-d action has been inhtituted against jrou in tke Cireult Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dude County i,, foreclose a mortgage upon the foliowta? described real property: l„,t II in I Mock I of LEE MANOR, according to the riot thereof recorded In Plat Cook %  ,:: at Page 94 of the Public Records of Hade County, Florida. Vou are required to file responsive pleading to plaintiff's complaint uiih the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, ami -in a copy thereof upon plaintiffs attorney HARTIN FINE. Dade federal Itulldlng. Miami. Honda U181, not later than Novemh. r -I im, or .i Decree Pro Confesso will I... entered against you. Ii.\TEI>: fk-tober SI. 1WI. B, R LEAT1IEHMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By: K. M LYMAN Ileputv Clerk MARTIN FINK Pade Federal rtulldinir Miami. Florida 13131 1" '23, 30, 11 U. 13 N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 64613 In RE: Estate of AHRAHAM 1. FINESTONE I ', is, ll NOTICE TO To All Creditors Having Claims or s.-nii Estate: y/oii are hereb) CREDITORS and All Persons l lemands A notified and re quired to pn sent an> claims and demands which you may have against the estate ol ABRAHAM L F1MSTONE deceased late "i Dade Countv, Florida, to the County .Indues of Hade County, and file the saine in duplicate and an provided in Section 733.18, Florid.. Statutes, In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, wiihin six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Paled at Miami. Florida, this Jnd day nt October. A.P. IH4. llCIt VI: B ITNKSTi'NK As Administratrix BAMCEL s SMITH Attorney for Administratrix 4*17 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida ^ ^ ^ ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ^ fjtaudt FkridttQF %  ollcits your legal noticn. W appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial I'll 3-4605 lor messenger serrlce LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THg 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 10015 HI It RON IRM I'lVl.-ni.N ''I-. K1RRON ENTERPRISES. 1M ;, !;'•, s>RINC HILL FARMS. I'laii MA.\" CRKWTALL NOTICE BY PUBLICATION %  I-, %  MAX CRESTALL Roval %  %  • %  •'% %  Hotel Edmonton. Vll-n > anad v,„ARK HEREB; Re-Am, •" "" ,, ,i s n ,Jr tA filed Bsaln-l y-u l.v WR N FARM, IHVISIOS ol SIRRON ENTERPRISES INC ,1 h a f"l '• N HIlA/fARMS, INC wh. el.j jald Keeki. %  • • -: 11 ;rendered to you and youi I 'V, ; I'.,V I |', : .;,!;, o sen ,.,iu Answer oi Ph din io t R, Amended Bill l om ^i. N ?. n ,, iiilntifrs a • ne>? > '" %  > •APtll LI P(l .v HYMAN. ';;, '•' : ...1. Miami Beach. Florida, ,,„, rue (he orlainal Answei J-VeadlnS in •' ""• ol th. Clr. all Court o %  before th.1Mb .lav of November •;•' VOU fail f do -'. 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Florida Uate.i i' Ml iml, Florida, dav o* Octohiee voll. ---%  nxrrmn TITI % %  COMPANY. N '., Ry WNT MI'IPH I'. I'l.sl.br' V.' ROBERT CM'.I-ISI i: \tt,,rnev for Annllcant •0 Rnulhenst First A*enue Miami :: %  :. Florida ^ ^ ,, _, Plot-Ida, Intends n-ime with the Court of imde this 1st NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OI\ EN that ih, iindeiMKned. desiring to engage In l.usin.-ss under the fictitious name „i TOWN POOL HOMES at 114M s; w l to t' Honorable Count> ludges ..f Hade ntv. Florida, for approval of said Final Report and for distribution and final dl.harge as executors of the sstnte of the above' ""ed decedent This Ultli day oi '" t..l„ r. i',,-.| ADELINE LEVIN ROSEMAN .,,, BENJAMIN LEVIN MKUVIN L. AMFs ';' OEtlROB, AMES ft HITTER heys for Bxecutorg '.. Illsra; ee Bu West Finder t CIRCUIT COURT, "th JU D| C Al CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 64C 11433 ERNEST F *RH ,N I'laintlff. CELESTE \ PARION NOTICE" BY PUBLICATION Vi.l CELESTE A PARKIN :i„ Selkirk Avenue Winnipeg. Man Canada ,1 .-tlflell to serve a COpj Of >OUr -v .-, ,' Divorce Complain tiled Sislnst you on I'laimifrs :"••> %  >'.•.•> %  nViiROE NICHOLAS. Sll N.W. mil A'.Miami. Hi. jnd file original with Clerk of this Court on or be?ore November SI. IM4. '>V'V r T,',u" complaint will bo confessed b> FOtt HATED fVtober 16. li. K I! LEATHBSRMAN. H. rk V K. M LVMAN, ;i ,.C. H w Mia ml, Florida %  10 _':1. 10, 11 '6. IS HI MOTI<*= DNCICR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M'TICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN n< *, ,i-slr'' r the "' I -', FVCAJB M ,.111. %  iltl Clerk of thClr%  i .IV.,|„ I. ,\ v i 111 A % %  %  ,,. ,.,, v _L ,UI> n, thai ...z to engage f |e It lOOS naliit •: %  :< s \: Isi ,,.| tO '-. -u-l-l t the -,,.,,,,. ri. H • Mi.p, n \Nius-'i: RS, INC. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N..T1CE IS HEREBY OIVBH that the undersigned, desiring to etuxage •i ViMANlFACTlKlv:-; A" HTA-BRITE Kl '''','.'; v'v'V-„, M v\v i-r^l/'^'^a^'F^idr,,^,, ger^Tbe^u.r'cSurt^Di-, ., %  !-' .NPCSTRIES. INCOHPOn V TEH ,r oration 1-v ..-.-'-. i l. VT5! I"*"*";, v ., VNOFC. W\l %  I:I: K I.1TMAN i .. F'ni Itoad, M m IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64534-C In RE: Estate of UENJAMIN I' Kl DNK K, I ie. eared. NOTICE TO CREDITORS i. \u Creditors and All Persons Having claim.-, or Demands Against Von .II. hereby notified and renulred to present anj clalma and demands ulii.li you mi) have against %  l eel it, of BENJAMIN I • Kl DMCK .I..-.,-, d I 'f Dad* Co,inly Florida to tinCounty Judges pi Lade County, and file the same m duplicate and as provided In Section ;:;:: l>; Florida Statutes. In their ofti, i in the County Courthouse in iiude County, Florida, within six calendar months fi "in the time ol the first publloatlon hereof, or the Mimp will be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this Jnd da; of October, A.D, IWJ. „.___ BR; / %  / BLANCHE RCDMCK As Administratrix First publication of this notice on the 9th ill) of October. 1J6I. C1ERALD SII.VKK.MAN Attorney for Administratrix MS Ain.-dcy T'.uilding, Miami Florida ^ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. (AC 11282 PATRICIA MORGAN CAMPBELL. Plaintiff, DALE' F..MMKTT CAMPBELL Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To HALF EMMBTT CAMPBELL o Hoover Campbell HO No. :: Oxford, Pennsylvania YOU ARE HEREBY notified that Complaint for Divorce has bean filed against you, and you are hereby required to berve a copy of your answer to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. LESTER ROGERS, Whose address is H'.'l N.W. lltll Sir,,!. Miami, norida, and file the original >>n the Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in and for I'ade County, Florida, on or before the 16th dOJ Of November. 1M4, In default % %  : v lileh ih,. Complaint will be taken as cont, ,i h> you. DATED this 13th da) of I ', tober, i: 11 LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court IX i B) K M I.Y.MAN in 16-23-10, ll 6 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF r c i ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL C.IRfM'IT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OSOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C 836 THE wii.i.ivMsr.ri'.cii PAVINGS B.VNK, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN 11. DABNEY, and his wit,-. If married Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: John II Dalme) and Dabnei. his wife, if married, Residence I'nknown, and If remained. then spouses, if living, sod If unknown heirs, (lei i-. %  s, grnnti es, assign. Uenors trustees or othi r claimants et al, DABNET, unknon T .bad. Iolegati • -. creditors. 'lalming NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY clVr.N that the undersigned, desiring to n%  • -• business under the fictitious name oi c M A i' at -:i"l N.W. Wth Mi-.et. Mian i, Florida, Intends tp register suid name with the Clerk of the Cm nit Court Ol l'ade Collll' COIN MACHINE AC. I'.lTANCi: CORP. II Florida corporation ^ || TARAN. President TAUANOFF. WALLER I.1TMAN Attorneys for Coin Machine Acceptance Corp., %  Florida 4:o Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Fig. 10/16, 23, 31), 11-tt by, through, und.r or agalnsl any of the above named defendants who are) deceased, Vou are hereby notified that tha above caption,-, I action has I-,11 instituted against you In th. Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit ,,f Florida In and for Had. Count) t 1 tor,., los, a mortgage upon the following described real propei t) I ol i" Block NORWi 10D FIFTH ADDITION sl.CTI'iN TW > I, a. cording t" the Plat then f, K, ,.rdi ,1 in Plal Book th.Public R< rd. 0 id. unty, Florida Von are req to file .1 n |.|. tiding io id I he Clel l< of tl 0 n, l >, %  i, npi 1 %  eol upon idainl. sttorni 1 MARI S PINE, H I 1 ederal Building, M ami, Florida 33131, 11,,1 inter than November 16, 1964, or :, 1 lecree Pro Confess 1 ill b< enti l Agalnsl you. DATED October l-'. l64 K. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of it"..Cli nil Court (seal) B) K M LYMAN 1 t) Clerk MARTIN FINE I >ade l-V-,1, ral Building Miami. Florida 13131 li, I6-2S-S0, II 6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage hi business under the fictitious name of lERRY'H RES r.M'R VN'T at S6I-1 N Stnd Avenue, Miami, Florid.1 Intends to reglstei -.,i,i name with the Clerk ,,r the Circuit Court of Dade C i'.nl.A M VE P.I.M'KW 1:1.1, Sol, 1 nrni' ri, 1 '..ral laid, s, 1 I, Miami Seal, Certificate & Stamp Co. INC. Corporation Supplies — Rubber Stamps LEGAL FORMS 936 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida FR 3-6327



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Page 8-C +. lewisil nnrMfon Friday. October How Albert Einstein Braved Reality t By BEN LEVIZVI Einstein and the Rabbi Prot. Albert Einstein, In the later years of his life, once left his retreat in Princeton on a tedious automobile ride to the Bronx to visit the son of one of his oldest and closest friends, a patient in a Veterans hospital. The son, Dr. Thomas Lee Bucky. tills the story in an intimate memoir of Einstein in the current issue of Harper's. %  I was tremendously moved." writes Dr, Bucky. "1 knew how much he disliked to leave his work, how much he was bored by the two ami a-half-hour automobile trip and how pained he fell under public scrutiny Within a few minutes, the corridor outside my room was crowded with people. The only person who did more than slowly pass and peer in was the hospital rabbi. He couldn't resist the chance to meet Einstein. He began apologies, confessing that lie had no right to impose, but Einstein slopped him i Oh no. you have every right.' he assured the chaplain. After all. you work for a very important boss." Sabbath in Space How would Jewish religious astronauts in space observe the Sab bath? This is no facetious question In fact, it is so real that Israeli rabbis found it necessary to hold a session on the theme, we learn from a recent issue of the Israeli newspaper "HaaretZ". One of the questionthat arose was how a religious astronaut would hurdle the problem of time in space to observe, say. the Sabbath, since it is obvious that the Sabbath would be at an end ere he had a chance to complete any of the Sabbath that >ince time and space are relative. Sabbath observance would be determined not by ter prayers One of the rabbis held restial but by space yardsticks. Dialogue in Israel President Shazar of Israel invited a number of American participants in the recent "Dialogue' in Israel, held under the sponsorship of the American Jewish Congress. Among the guests was Dr. Joachim Prinz. president ot the American Jewish Congress and spiritual leader of a Reform temple in New Jersey. In the course of a remark on the ambitli • valence of Jewish life, President Shazar commented on the peculiarity of the Jewish late. • %  American Jewry," he said, "is represented at the 'Dialogue' bj Dr. Prinz, who actually stems from Berlin, while the Jews ol Israel are represented by Golds Meir, who stems from Milwaukee. Wisconsin" This Item is culled from the Israeli newspaper Maanv. %  Pigs is Pigs ... The breeding Of pigs is forbidden by law in Israel except In certain (Chris tian Arab) areas of the country, Recently, the Acre magistrate's court upheld the seizure and confiscation ot a load ol porkers outside the legally permitted breeding area, even though the pigs were in transit. A bemused reader of the Jerusalem Posl took issue with the magistrate's reasoning and noted in a letter fp A'C Uua ^PrrlinarC HPTP to the editor that "drugs and trA 3 nave ^emmar* ncre stealing are both illicit in the whole country, so is transportation of both drugs and stolen objects; but pigs are allowed in some places so they cannot be forbidden to reach those places. Having no wings, they cannot fly." Rabbi Eugene Labovitz (left), spiritual leader of Temple Tamid. welcomes Shimon Yallon, recently-appom:, rj IsrcL Consul for the Southeast Region of the nation. Consul Yallj appeared at a Temple youlh breakiast to ( d iscuss Youth Israel." A three-day seminar on "Estate j David Emanuel and Cl \ Man Planning and the CFA." sponscr Zaiac were featured ed by the Florida Institute of Cer fc ,.,, A „ tilled Public Accountants, was held at the D.Lido Hote'i last as in charge of arrangeuMl Thursda) for the DiLido meet, which di I Attorneys Richard Harwich and CPA's from Dade and I iwifl OUR 40th YEAR NORTON TIRE GO 01 OPEN SUNDAYS & EVENINGS 5300 N.W. 27th Avenue 9001 S. Dixie Highway 1700 N.E. 163rd Street liY j ^REGoodrichl j I 1 I t i VY tell^SA^Itol m V "-X 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 GA"$ Tin n, .00x13 8.50x13 7.00x13 8.50x14 7 OOxH Buick — Comet Chev. II Chevelle Corvair — Dart falcon — Jeep — lancer Olds — Plymouth Rambler Studebaker Tempest — Valiant All Prlctl Plus Tax and Old Tir* OH Yo„ Car. WhitewlIU Slightly Higher 1.50x14 6.50x15 6.70x15 Buick — Comet — Chevrolet Corvette Chevelle — Dodge — Ford — Jeep Mercury Olds Plymouth Rambler Studebaker — Tensest 8 00x14 8 50x14 7.10x15 7 60x15 Buick Chevrolet Chrysler Dodge fed — Mercury — Olds — Plymouth Pontiac — Rambler NORTON We Do Not "FARM OUT" our credit accounts to finance companies. "O^TAnmyeS ar y n MIAMI 5300 N W. 27th Ave Oper 24 i. Q Md All Do. %  .j 500 West Flagler St WEST PALM BIACH 627 N„rth D NORTH MIAMI I 2360 N W. 7_l h Aver.ue MIAMI BEACH 1454 A I MI Rood SOUTH DADE 9001 South D.

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Miami, Fla
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol-me 37 Number 44
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 30. 1964
Three Sections Price 20c
U.S. Air Force Admits Omitting Word
"Jew' from Our Broadcasts to Lybia
U VSHINGTON (JTA' The
Air Force admitted this week
that American television porgramsl
rebroadcast for Air Force person
was "censorship" of the U.S.
Air Force broadcasts in Libya.
"I am sure we will be guided
UNDER INTENSIVE REVIEW
MKMAIl COMAV
issues challenge
ncl at Whetlus Air Base in Libya >' *blov,Ti" '..quired to keep
delete the word "Jew" or "Jew
ish" cm- any other reference to
Judaism in order not to offend
Hie "sensitivities" oi Libyans,
Israel Dares
Arabs to Abide
By UN Charter
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) -j
l-i.icl proposed this week that the
I lilt'. Nations Security Council i
seek an "unequivocal" statement [
1.miii the Arab states as to wheth-
er they "are willing to renounce j
[the use of force and abide by the
peaceful provisions of the United,
| .Nation- Charter." The request,
nas made in a letter from Ambas- j
kador Michael Comay, Israels per-
manent representative here, to Sir
' Patric Dean, of Britain, this j
month's president of the Security
Council.
In hi> letter. Mr. Comay refer-
red to his earlier complaint (
;,-...iin-l the Arab intentions to de-;
suoy Israel, as enunciated at the
Bolton Sees Possibility
Of Aid Cut to Nasser
WASHINGTON (JTA) Rep.' ers admitted that a roll call
ol> K. Javitl New York Kepub According to the complaint re- Oliver P. Bolton. Ohio Republican, vote would have seen the amend-
Who had complained against celved by Sen. JavltS. and for- said this week he had been as- ment earned by at least
warded to the Air Force, one ured by high-ranking State De-
American television program re- partment officials that aid to
broadcast in Libya had the word ESVPt is under intensive review.
"Jew" deleted 18 times. The scr-' and that negotiations leading to
viceman also told Sen. Javits: extension of the present $500,000.-
, "There was one show that had a 000 three year "Food for Peace"
Col. Kilgore said he was "sure |)a,. mjtzvah in it. My wife cried agreement, due to expire at the resources to satisfy his aggres-
they (the deletions) were made." end of the current fiscal year, have sive ambitions."
cur relationship proper with th<
Libyan Government," he added in
bis communication to Sen, Javits.
We have great stakes there. We
are doing the best we can t:> keep
The admission was made in a our relationship good with the
Utter from Libya by Col. B. M. 'Government and ensure that there
Kilgore, chief of the Air Force is no discrimination against any
Information Division, to Sen. Jac-jof our men."
can,
such practices.
Asserting he had not checked
specific complaints made in a
letter to Sen. Javits from a
Jewish serviceman in Libya,
votes. The Administration has
now apparently become con-
vinced, Mr. Bolton said, that
Ccngress is "fed up with the
manner in which our aid to Nas-
ser has permitted him to divert
He denied, however, that there
Continued on Page 11-A
lAlt PRESIDENT MOURNED
Hoover Plan Recalled
For Jewish Homeland
By Special Report
NEW YORK Joining in the
universal tribute to the memory

cent Arab summit conference in of t|le |ate president Herbert
Alexandria, as well as to the
answer to that charge, tiled here
Hoover, Dr. Max Nussbaum. pres-
ident Of the Zionist Organization
I ly the representatives of the 13 0| America, recalled a plan which
hostile Arab states.
Mr. Comay noted that, in
their reply, the Arab represen-
Ccntinued on Page 6-A
Ga. Publication
Flays Bigotry
In Campaign
the late President in November.
l!;i"). proposed for what he term
ed settling the Palestine ques-
tion and providing ample Jewish
n luge."
The plan was submitted by the
former President at a time when
public opinion in the United
the American Zionist Council,
coordinating body of all Zionist
organizations, revealed that the
late President Hoover's pro-
posals which he publicized on
November 19, 1945, in reply to
an inquiry addressed to him by
the New York World Telegram,
provided for a great land devel-
opment in Iraq "on the consid-
ration that it be made the
scene of resettlement of Arabs
from Palestine."
Mr. Hoover in his proposals as-
-ertecl: "This would clear Pales-
been postponed.
Last month. Rep. Bolton led a He pointed out that American
House drive aimed at severance policy makers, because of the ser
[of aid to the Nasser regime on lous grain shortages in Commun
grounds that the United States is' nations, are now in a position
was indirectly subsidizing Nas-'to greatly influence the future
ser's aggression and arms. The course of Near Eastern affairs.
' Bolton amendment, which drew "The minimum price tor con
'some supon from Democrats, lost tinned United States grain ship
117 to 113 on a non-record vote, "'ents to Na-ser." said Congress
' Subsequently. 16 members of the man Bolton. "should include Egyp-
IHouse Foreign Affairs Commit- tian withdrawal Horn Yemen
jtee including members of both guarantees against continuec
parties peititoned Secretary of Egyptian development Ol a ground
! Mate Rusk to halt Nasser's mis- to-ground missile capacity which
use of American aid.
Rep. Bolton said that, even
though his amendment lost by a
few votes, Administration lead-
would jeopardize the security ot
Israel and other Near Eastern na-
tions, an end to Egyptian air at
Continued on Page 12-A
Germans See No Need
To Extend Crimes Statute
DUSSELDORK (JTA
Er-
ma Ho..nU- -Kiitited with tine completely for a large Jew-.
Mate Wd.-. deeply amiauu wii'i. ., __u-;n Crhim l<> hinH of the \;i7i
i ho nnrnilnu ,i 'the doors of Piles-' !" emigration and colonization, win bcnueic. nian 01 uu -\azi
ne openinu o tlu doors oil. to ..... transfer of the Crimes Investigation (enter at
fine, then under the British Man- J "'- st.oi QSie, >t e d ,h|s Ui,(,k
date to Jewish survivors Irom AiaD piopu oi i dicsmie was ni hy the British Labor Party in De-
the Hitler holocaust. The Zion-
,-, movement at that time spear- cember. 1914. but no adequate plan
headed a nationwide campaign to was proposed as to where or how
arouse public opinion to support they are to go .
Ol the resolution by the late Sen- "There is room." Mr. Hoover
The .tors Robert F. Wagner and Rob- continued, "for many more Arabs
an Ol t it A Talt in the U.S. Congress in such a de> elopment in Iraq than
Roman Catholic Archdiocese ,, a Jewish homeland in Pales- the total oi Arabs in Palestine,
oi Atlanta, denounced this week ,,,, .he soil is more fertile, they
"nurvevors of hate" in the South would be among their own race.
In his statement. Dr. Nuss-
baum, who is also chairman of Continued on Page 8A
ATLANTA (JTA)
Georgia Bulletin, otlicia
who are distributing hate litera-
ture in the current campaign and
\ ho "openly boast of being Cath-
olic."
The publication said editorially
tiiat it was no surprise that some
of the anti-Negro racists "are also
anti-Jew." but that it was a mat-1
t would no: be necessary to ex-
tend the statute of limitations for
I he prosecution ol Nazi war crim-
inals.
He argued that legal action was
being taken against all known
criminals, and would be taken un-
til May, 1965, when the pre-cut
statute will expire. He said lhat.
in cases where lull names and
dates and addresses were not
5 German Rocket Men Leave Egypt
LONDON (JTA
ter of "disgust" that they boas- f.%.o of th(, We?t G
r.! of their Catholicism. The Bui-1 experte WOrking or
letin added that the fact that "a EgypJ wefe back
Catholic could promote anti
Semitism has always been a cause
Ol shame for us."
Declaring that "Catholicism is
full of Judaism," the publication
said that Catholics must resnect
Jews as individuals and in their
faith, and that "o"r acknowl-
edgement of our adherence to
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LONDON -- (JTA) At least suade the scientist to quit his work among the West German scien-
German rocket | in Egypt and return home. The lists being employed by Egypt,
on rockets for'two were convicted and expelled quoted the German as denying
in \Vet Ger-llrom Switzerland. I that some rocket experts have
many this week, according to a;
report from Bonn.
They were said to have Includ-
ed Prof. Hans Goercke. Dr.
Goercke, one of Germany's lead-
ing rocket experts, was indirectly a
figure in an incident in Switzer-
land early in 1963 when two men.
one an Israeli, were arrested and
tried on charges of threatening
Dr. Goercke's daughter to per-
been "lured" away by offers of
I higher salaries presumably made
I by the German Government.
The Germans at Cairo reported-
ly said that about 500 Germans I prosecution "of" war criminals" be
At the same time, it was re-
ported from Cairo that the
Egyptian Government had ap-
proved funds in foreign currency
to expand the work of the West
German scientists and technic-
ians on rockets and other ad-
vanced weapons. ^^ m app|yin for each jon
The reports, based chiefly on vacated there, and insisted that the
talks with some of the leaders rocket team is "virtually intact."
known, the authorities still COUlt
prepare and deliver indictments
against such person- both before
and after the 1965 expiration date
The demand for extension of th*
limitations law has been wide-
spread and. reportedly, an exten
sion is being planned by the West
German Government.
Meanwhile the West German
Government sent urgent appeals
to a large number of European
and other Governments, as well
as to institutions and individuals,
to provide material which could
be useful to indictments of ad-
ditional Nazi war criminals.
Available information indicates
'.hat about 1,000 more trials of for-
mer Nazis will be held, based on
indictments against nearly 6.00"
defendants. 2.000 of whom are still
being investigated. Experts be-
lieve that it could take six to eight
vears to complete all pending
cases.
The Federal Cabinet still has
not reached a decision on extend-
ing the statute of limitations or.
are still at work on rockets and
vond next May 8. According to
on jet aircraft for Nassers arsen-1 ,he Weg, Gcrman federal law, an
al. They claimed that twoGcr- extension can be approved onl>
by a two-thirds vote of the Par
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Arabs Try to Bar Israel from UN Body
kabbi Milton Arm, assistant to the president of the Jewish
National Fund of America, congratulates Miss Lillian Good-
nan, chairman of the INF Educational Forum, for outstand-
ng leadership and dedication. Looking on is Leon J. Ell,
president of the JNF Council of Greater Micmi.
lyers Winding
Ip Campaign
for Legislature
Dr. Wolfson on Socrates
BUmmi Attorney Ken Myers is
\, up an intensive campaign
e's legislative delegation
i! i nting Croup
"Socrates and Spinoza" will be
the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson at Spinoza Forum
for Adult Education on Thursday
morning, 10 to 12 noon, in the au-
ditorium of Washington Federal,
1234 Washington Ave. A tape re-
cording of 'Death of Suet ate-"
e first venture into poli- will precede Dr. Wolfson's talk.
tor Myer a graduate of local chairman Is II. E. Kaden. The
Is and the University of Flor- Spinoza study Group, under the
School. direction of Meyer Charif, meets
Miamian, Myers sen- Friday afternoon, 2 to "> p.m., in
special attorney for the the Community Room of Miami
i delegation during the 1963 Beach Federal.
M- of the Florida Legislature.| o9 LarryFTb
H. ; c tn-ed law in Dade
Hlt'ii'v for the past six year- and
H .i partner in the law firm of
Hyi't's, Heiman and Kaplan.
Myers makes "fair representa-
?iot-. a major part of his cam-
paign and said "fair representa-
4ion should be No. 1 on the
Jlgenda at the next legislative
Jession." He has also made a
[ Strong bid "to get all of the
State's mental health facilities in-
to one unified state department
and has been one of the major
SJhovers in drafting such legisla-
tion for consideration of the en-
tire state legislature," accord-
ing to his supporters.
lie is a director of the Florida
Association for Mental Health
find a member of the Legislative neTttIe to"tonoVour birth-
Committee. He is a director and
UNITED NATIONS tJTA)
Latin American and Arab delega-
tions are engaged in a stiff, be-'
hind-thc-sccnes fight on Israel's
right to membership in the lat-1
est United Nations bloc, an in-
formal assemblage of 77 member
states made up of the Latin Amer-
ican and Afro Asian blocs, it was j
revealed here.
The so-called "Group of 77," i
made up of underdeveloped coun- \
tries, will hold its first meeting
at the UN's New York Headquar-
ters this week. The group was
formed originally at Geneva last |
summer, during the session of the
International Trade conference
at the UN's European headquar-
ters. At that time, Israel was ad-
mitted to membership in the Afro-
Asian bloc, against violent pro-
tests by the Arab members. As
a member of the Afro-Asian bloc,
Israel was then eligible for mem-
bership in the "Group of 77."
Michael S. Comay, Israel's
permanent representative here,
attended one of the organizing
sessions of the "Group of 77"
last week, when plans were be-
ing made for this week's more
formal session. Without nam-
ing Israel or Mr. Comay, Arab
representatives protested against
the presence of a "certain"
delegation, insisting that admis-
sion into the group must be vot-
ed unanimously by those dele-
gations that are already in it.
Israel has, since, appealed to
other delegations against the
move to make a "closed club"
out of the new group.
As this week's meeting ap-
proached, Arab delegations have
threatened the organizers of the
"Group of 77" session that they
will not participate in this week's
scheduled meeting if Israel is
recognized as a member. The
Latin American delegations, on
the other hand, have voted to
recommend to the "Group of 77"
that Israel must be recognizi
Non-Arab African and Asian del -
1 gations were being approached t
| day by both the Latin AmeTici
I and Arab diploma's for backing
i on the disputed issue.
The meeting to be held here by
I the "Group of 77" is scheduled to
I discuss common approaches to
| matters affecting underdeveloped
countries, to come up at the next,
session of the General Assembly.
But it was predicted that Israels
membership in the "Group of 77"
will be the first item on the
group's agenda. The "Group of
77," comprised of about 60 per
cent of the total membership hi
the United Nations, could become
a powerful factor in United Na-
tions affairs.
Children's Book
And Art Feir
Ga. Publication
Hits Prejudice
In Campaign
Continued from Page 1-A
our own beliefs does not give us
license for bad faith in relation
to others.
"Catholics, as well as other
Christians, have a lot to atone for
in relation to our apathy and
lethargy concerning the Jews,"
the periodical declared. "We
Children's Book and Art Fair
is being planned by the PTA of
the North County VMHA on Sun-
day. Nov. 22. on the grounds of
the -V." 1 1036 NT. 6th Ave.. No.
Miami.
Features planned include a dis-
play and sale of exceptional chil-
dren's books, art and decorative
items.
Committee on the Fair Includes ?
Mrs. Lester Epstein. PTA chair-
man. Mrs. Ren Harrison. Mrs. Earl
Lipnick, Mrs. Bertram Oshins.
Mrs. Robert Perless, Mrs. Harvey
Wallet. Mrs. Sheldon YVengel.
Mrs. Bernard Yedlin. and Mrs
Martin Yelen. supervisor of the
"Y" preschool program.
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1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
(CONSERVATIVE)
ANNOUNCES THE RESUMPTION OF LATE FRIDAY
EVENING SERVICES FOR THE 1964-65 SEASON.
TONIGHT
DR. IRVING IEHRMAN
WILL PREACH ON
"Religion and PoliticsCan the Twain Ever Meet?"
CANTOR ZVI ADLER will chant
Assisted by the Temple Choir
Under the direction of Mr. Leon Shiff
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Hast secretary of the Dade Coun
ty Association for Child Guidance
Clinics.
He served as chairman of the
''professional Division, Flagler
Area 1963 United Fund campaign,
'*nd is chairman of the Public Af-
Hairs Committee of the Miami
Junior Chamber of Commerce.
'fcfyers is also a member of the
Board of Trustees, City of Miami
'Employee's Retirement System.
sMpka Omega Dinner Parti
IT A dinner party for Alpha Omega
Fraternity was held Monday in the
Charlemagne Room of the Deau-
Ville Hotel. Dr. Milton S. Labarr
was in charge of arrangements.
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1532 Washington Ave., Miami Bch.
JE 1-1969 534-0271
right or our baptism in this re-
gard."
The editorial continued that
"only warped minds" could "hate
so much," and added that all
Catholics should "work together
to eradicate any form of anti-
Semitism in our hearts. Hate and
prejudice have no place in poli-
tical campaigns, be they local or
national. Catholics, especially,
should lead the way and give their
fellow-citiiens the perfect Chris-
tian examplelove of neighbor,"
the editorial concluded.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Rabbi Wise Had a Phrase for It
The Jewish Floridian: thai as long ;i- we have demo- ed truth of tin- prophesy when
_ cracy in our country, Jews will the cream of the Jewish intelli-
I ve little to worry abi I As gentia in Soviet Russia
. Stephen S
, |j i.i the Nation- soon as we shift to the extreme dered cold-hloodedlj by Stalin un-
\<,. committee ol
ress in
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you to remi mber
:.!. serious conse |uences
ii ( i. not o
but also ii-r everj
i hi- countrj
meed the nak-
i i ihi' i:i| luen< e of extremism i
for the Jews the left. Jews were even discrim-
ican in inated against under the leader-
ship oi Khrushchev, the liberal,
for hich he w as n< \ expelled
from his premiership. Neither |
should Americans forget the heart-
aches and bitter pills administer-
ed to all of us. as well as to their
own countrymen, by Hitler and
Mussolini under the extremism ol
the right.
Knowing all this, we Ameri-
cans most not permit ourseives
to be eniiced by the mesmeriz-
ing arguments of the Goldwater
Outfit that pirated the control of
the Republican Party from their
real leadership They hcoked
up with the most reactionary
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I want in voice my disgust at
Un' tactics used by the anonymous
parties responsible for the send-
ing oi a piece of campaign mat-
in, ii ii i- headed "J e w s
shouldn't be Misled About Gold-
water" and is purportedly a re-
print oi a letter bj Leon J. Ell
in which he tries to show thai
Sen. Goldwater i- neither anti
Semitic, Fascist nor trigger-hap-
nts me! ns Sieve Weininger (left), head of the Senior
. ipter at Beth Torah Congregation, and Steve Shantzis,
Chapter president, shake hands and begin planning the
activities for their qroups..
USY in All-Day Conclave Nov. 8
Chapters meeting at 7 p.m. in the
school building.
ay evening is USY
Beth Torah Congrega
bi ih Junior and Senior
No doubt, Mr. Ell is sincere in
. is beliefs, but in my opinion anj
favorable effect he might have
made is erased by the fact that
Ihe mailer was ashamed to iden-
tifj himself. Anonymous cam.
paign letters don't ring true.
I assume that Mr. Ell was not
aware that his letter would be
used in such a manner, for it
:n- the cause he champions.
I would like to believe that he.
,, responsible citizen, will pub-
lnh denounce the use of his let-
ter in this shameful manner and
will take steps to uncover and to
publicize the name (s) of the per-
son! si behind such a cowardly act.
The envelope and letter are en-
closed.
DAVE GODWIN
Miami Beach
port of Goldwater. W he asked,
Goldwater has refused to de-
nounce extreme right wing groups
and expressed welcome for the)
support oi any and all voter- Yet
despite denials, some of the lit
erature and leader- Of these
i ops have expressed unAmeri-
can anti-Semitic sentiments.
It does not seem to me either
courageous or honest for a man
to welcome the votes of a type ol
c even have accepted association
with his good father and grand
i arents simplj because of r<
gion.
Jews hav< a special duty to per-
form in this election. As Ameri
leans they must refuse to affiliate
I themselves, even remotely, with
anti-Semitic groups, and as Jews
Ihey must recognize and oppose
the danger of any such sponsor-
p in connection with the P
dency.
groups and hate-mongers in the
country, in an attempt to wrest
the control of the government
from our hands.
v.'ne will be the day for all of
i- Americi ns when we would per-
this to happen. Remem
Pxtn nol pati. tii the
ci i r Ii n n >m-
kfil er, trying to
terpret to Ex '-
A'hii ii .'!: An c: ns
: pla|
We iov a humj pro-
-
H in th< i of
it Johnson. He
>ents all of us We are now
te In enjO) peace and unpre-
cedented prosperity in the i
trj. li.i'.: ser ed us in many
capacities in the House and in
Senate, he is thoroughly fam-
iliar with the problems ol our
country and those of the rest ol
the world.
It is imperative that all Amer-
ican.- exercise their voting rights
to deliver a i rushing defeat to the
rightists and to elect President
Johnson by a landslide on "
DR. HERMAN AUSUBEL
Surfside
ROBERT H. THRONE
Coral Gables
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JWVA Holding
Fashion Show
1. Auxiliary of the Tcwish
terans Post 682 was to hold
a i. a show on Thursday. Oct.
p.m., at Unified Hall. 2300
\i: : -i st.
The Junior Chapter is headed
by President Steven Shantzis.
On Nov. 8, representatives of
the group will attend an all-day
conclave at Temple Menorah.
and on Nov. 27 to 29. they will par-
ticipate in a weekend program
at Temple Emanu-El.
The group began the year with
a breakfast which more than 130
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
To me a sad thing about the
Presidential election is that quite
a few Jews have expressed gup-
Dr. Margolis to Speak
Dr. Leonard Margolis. a mem-
ber of the Dade County Optome-
i trie Association, will speak at the
dinner meeting of the Southwest
' Lions Club at Park Lane Cafe
I teria on Monday, Nov. 9, at 6:30
I p.m. Subject of his talk will be
"Motorists' Vision and Highway
| Safety." Dr. Emanuel Pushkin,
Lions' Vision Conservation chair-
man, is program director.
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FLORIDA'S SENIOR U.S. SENATOR
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This newest bank in the Peoples Group will be operated under the original management wh.cn .s
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Friday. October 30 .964
SHUKAIRY SAYS HELL TURN TO REDS
Report Syria Massing Tanks on Border
LONDON (JTA) Syna has
stationer! tanks near the demili-
tarized zone on the northern sec-
tor of the Israel border, where
tributaries of the Jordan River
supply water tn Israel's Negev Ir-
rigation Project, press dispatches
reported here. The Daily Tele-
graph noted that this was the tir-t
iime since the Israel-Syrian Ar-
mistice Agreement was signed in
1949 th.it tin' Syrian- have station-
ed tank- in thw zone.
Meanwhile Ahmed Shukairy,
chairman o' the "Palestine Lib-
eration Organiiation" set up by
the i3 Arab states t their re-
cent Alexandria summit meeting
for the express purpose of wip-
ing out Israel, said in Damascus
that he is ready to turn to the
Soviet Union and Communist
China for military help, accord-
ing to Syrian dispatches.
Complaining that "the doors ol
the West are closed to us, Sim
kairy declared he would -end
d< legations to Moscow and Pei-
kinc to seek help for his
tine Liberation Army." Tli.it
army." lo be made up ot Arab
refugees now living in United \
linn- camp; along Israel's boi
diis. was instructed at the Alex
andria meeting to cooper; |
.i iu'\\. unified Arab militan com
ii,and. aimed at Israel, m
command of Kjjyptian oiii

One of the largest purchases of Israel Bonds by a bank in the
United States is made by the Miami Beach First National Bank
in honor of the Temple Emanu-El-Israel Dinner of State. Shep-
ard Broad, statewide Israel Bond vice chaiiman for banks,
trusts, insurance companies and fiduciaries, accepts a check
in the amount of S200.000 from Joseph S. Moss, chairman of
the board, and Frank Smothers Jr., president of Miami Beach
First National Bank. In makinq the purchase Smothers said
that "Our Board of Directors is pleased that we are able to
help the State of Israel while at the same time makinq this
purchase for our investment portfolio." _________
Recall President Hs over's
Plan for Jewish Homeland
Continued from Page 1-A
-'hu-h i- Arab speaking and Mo-
medan."
In his proposals the former
:ent lurtlur declared:
The Arab population ot Pales-
would he the gainer trom
- n exchange for their
Iraq would
for it I 'My net I- agri
. Today millions of people
are being moved from one lend
o another. If the lands were
org:niied and l-.o.nes provided,
Hiif particular movement ceuld
be made the model migration
of history. It would be a solu-
tion by engineering instead of
by conflict.
1 realize that the plan of-
. hallenge both to the states-
hip ol the (Ireal Pov ers as
to tl i dwill of the par-
- i mcerned. However, 1 sub-
it, anil it does nHer a method
settlement with both honor ami
lom."
Hoover concluded that "the
Vrab population ot Palestine would
he the gainer from better lands
.n exchange lor then- present
It Nussbaum further disclosed
It soon alter Mr. Hoover- plan
announced the resolution
nsored by the late Senators
ner and Tatt was adopted by
he Senate on December 17. 1945,
i by the House on December
>45. The resolution commend-
ed President Truman for his at-
tempts to secure the admission
ol greater numbers of Jews into
Pt lestine.
It recommended that the U.S.
use its good offices with Great
Britain "to the end that Palestine
shall be opened for free entry
of Jews to the maximum of its
agricultural and economic poten-
tialities, and that there shall be
full opportunity for colonization
ar;J development, so that they
may freely proceed with the up-
building of Palestine as the
Jewish ni*:onal hame."
Two years later, on Xoveml
; mted Na ipt-
i : the resoluti >n for the estab-
lishment ol a Jewish State in
Jews throughout the world join-
i i Dr Nussbaum and the ZOA this
eek in expressing their sense
i loss f 'i' the lat e President
Hoover, who died la-t week in
New York.
Friendship Circle
At Beth Am
Senior Friendship Circle ot
Temple Beth Am will hold its
i st business meeting of the year
on Toe-day. \'ov 17. at 8 p.m.
Following a short business meet-
ing, a social will be held.
Henry K.niHman is chairman
ol the group
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Friday; October 30, 1964
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Miamians Mass To Greet LBJ
Officers of South Florida Zionist Council are Pekelner. Mrs. Manue 1 Bur stem. MosesM eyer
seated (left to right) Manuel Burstein. Miss Lil- and Mrs. Dorothy K. FmkNot picturedlae
lian Goodman. Mrs. Milton Green. Joe Mec- Josh Rephun, A Arthur Pekelner Paul Kwrt
low. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. A. Arthur ney. Mrs. Irwin L.ss, and Mrs. Sylvia Meyers.
sky, Mrs. Sylvia Meyers and Mrs.
Moses Meyer.
So. Florida Zionist Council Elects
New Slate of Officers Unanimously
\ special meeting of South Flor- man. chairman of Nominating
ida Zioni-t Council was called by Committee, presented a slate of
President Cerald Schwartz Oct. new officers.
15. Entire slate was elected unani-
The Council include, all Zion- mously. Serving with Mis- (iood-
-i groups in Dade and Broward man were Mrs Milton (Harriet)
Counties and serves as the coor- Green. Mrs. Manuel Burstein.
Late Friday
Services Resume
At Emanu-EI
Temple Emanu-EI announces
the opening late Friday evening
services of the 1964-6") season will
be held this Friday. Oct. 3", 8:30
p.m.. in the Main Sanctuary.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will preach
en "Religion and PoliticsCan
the Twain Ever Meet0" Canton
Zvi Adier will chant, assisted by
Ihe Temple Choir under the direc-
tion of Leon Shiff.
Dr. Lehrman will discuss his
subject in the light of recent
criticisms and controversies,
with special emphasis upon the
election next Tuesday.
Saturday morning services are
.it 9 a.m. At 10:30 a.m.. Rabbi
Lehrman will preach on 'The
Weekly Tort ion of the Bible." The
boys and '.:irls of the Temple's
Conformation Department and
both the Junior and Senior USY
groups have been invited to attend
the service and participate in a
Sabbath luncheon following the
service. Junior Congregation ser-
vices will be in the Assembly Hall
al 10 30 a.m.
New officers are president
Manuel Burstein; vice presi-
dents, Mrs. Dorothy K. Fink,
Moses Meyer, Miss Lillian Good-
man, Mrs. Milton Green, A. Ar-
thur Pekelner and Josh Rephun.
Treasurer. Paul Kwitney: re-
cording secretary. Mrs. Irwin
Liss; corresponding secretary.
Mrs Sylvia Meyers: financial sec-
retary. Mrs. Manuel Burstein:
social secretary, Joe Meehlow;
parliamentarian, Mrs. A. Arthur
Pekelner.
Organization vice presidents of
South Florida Zionist Council are
Mrs \.it Barth, Hadassah Miami
Beach: Mrs, Edward Cohen. Mi-
ami Hadassah; Mrs. Alfred Coh-
en. Mizrachi; Al Ossip, Miami
Beach ZOA; Mrs. Moses Meyer.
Pioneer Women: Dr. Simon Wilen-
gky, Labor Zionist Organization.
Delegates atlarge are Mrs. J.
Rosenstein, Irving Saal, Mrs.
Isaak Pushkin. Mrs. Sherman
Faast. Mrs. Pauline Levick. Jack
Popick. Miss Margarete Marx,
Mrs Claire Collins. Dr. Nathaniel
Soroff, Gerald Schwartz, Burnett
Roth. Moe Levin. Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers. Mrs. Samuel Sakrais
and Mrs. Sarah Shapoff.
Hundreds of thousands of per
sons greeted President Lyndon
Johnson on his trip here early this
week prior to returning to Wash-
ington and the national election
next Tuesday, Nov. 3.
Greater Miamians in masses
tried personally to shake the hand
Of the President, who continued
to hammer away at "peace, pros-
peritv. human welfare and the
need for sound judgment in a
world of suspicion and hatred."
Aside from President Johnson's
personal tour, biggest activity in
behalf of his campaign for reelec
tion was by the Women's Commit-
tee to Elect LBJ.
The committee this week sche-
duled 238 "walkie-coffees," one
for each precinct in the county.
In addition. Dr. James Tedeschi,
chairman of the Scientists and
Engineers for Johnson and
Humphrey, was a guest on Larry
King's WIOD Radio Show on
Monday night.
On Wednesday. Rep. Claude
Pepper appeared on Hendrik
Berns' WMBM program. "Open
Miami." at 9 p.m. Rep. Pepp3Q
is himself running for reelection" ,
irom District 3.
Also speaking in behalf of Pres-
ident Johnson, as well as him-
self, State Rep. Bob Shevin was
to appear Thur*day. 7:30 p.m.,
at Man Mount Xollege in Boca
Raton.
And South Dade Voters' League
will rally on Friday at Verr.ck
Park in Coconut Grove and on
Saturday at Richmond Heights
Shopping Center. Both rallies
in behalf of President John>on are
at 8 p.m.
Gurion Branch
Installation Here
Farband. Ben-Gurion Branch
,304 was to install newly-elected
president. Maurice Burstein. and
the slate for 1964-^5 on Thursday,
Oct. 29.
Scheduled for 8 p.m. at the
im.ido Hotel, the agenda was I- (
include an outline of the cominB
vear's program.
REPUBLICANS and DEMOCRATS
THROUGHOUT DADE ARE VOTING FOR
TED C. SLACK
DR. IRVING IEHRMAN
Sokol Joins
Kislok Co.
David Z. Sokol. former head of
Dave Sokol Realty Co.. has been
appointed sales manager of the
Commercial Real F.state Broker-
age Department of .!. 1. Kislak
Mortgage Corporation, of Miami.
The appointment was announced
by Maurice M. Meehan. president
Of the Miami firm, a subsidiary of
.1 I Kislak Mortgage Corporation,
if Florida.
Sokol is a iormer real estate
salesman of the George A. Best
brokerage firm. He is a graduate
of the University of Miami, a vet-
eran of the U.S. Air Force, and a
member of the Miami Board of
Realtors.
Say Harbor Hadassah
Bay Harbor Hadassah will hold
-pecial -Hadassah Talks" on Sat-
urday, from l to 3 p.m., at the
home of Mrs George Meisel, pres-
ident, 9580 Carlyle Ave. Guest
speaker. Mrs. Stella Bernstein, will
talk on "Senior Citizens." Ques-
tion and answer period will lol-
low.
&tCt a Businessman
dedicated to
ECONOMY in Government
FAIRNESS to People
GROWTH for Dade
RALPH
I'd. Pol. K&\
Southwest Center
Set to Honor
New Families
Special services on Friday night
at Southwest Jewish Center will!
honor the 11 new families which
have recently joined the congre-
gation.
Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. assisted
by Cantor Emanuel Mandel, will
officiate.
New members include Mr and
Mrs. Theodore Allen. Mr. and Mrs.
; Louis Astrin, Mr. and Mrs. Fred- j
erick BeNky, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Borochoft, Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Braverman, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
: ris Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Philip
, Delman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
! Deutsch. Mr and Mrs. Martin Ep-:
stein, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fine,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Finkel, Mr.
I and Mrs. Irwin Glassman, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Gochman, Mr. and
! Mrs. Irving Golden. Mr. and Mrs. I
; Eli Goldsmith. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
; liam Heyman, Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Jay, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Kauf- j
man, Mrs. Fanny Kinzenbaum,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Levin, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Levin.
Mrs. Hannah May, Mr. and Mrs
Ben Manekin. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Parness, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Perl, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Res-
nick. Mr and Mrs. Elliott Rosen.
i Mr. and Mrs Samuel Rosenberg,
Mr and Mrs. Charles Rosin, Mr.
and Mrs. Sali Rothschild, Mr. and
Mrs. David Sachs, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Shayne, Mr. and Mrs. William
Schmerer. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Slessinger, Mr. and Mrs Harvey
Sootin, David Sokolsky, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Stern, Mr. and Mrs.
. Abe Weinstein, Mrs. Sophie Titel-
\ bauni. Mr and Mrs. Max Weisner.
Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Yaglom.
I won't tell you that I can
change the world in 90 days
or that Florida can provide
more public facilities without
raising money to pay for
them. But I do promise (1)
honesty and (2) to think of
the need, the cost and the
consequences before I vote I
on any issue which comes be- j'
fore the Florida legislature."
FOR
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
GROUP 5 NOV. 3
Pi Pot. A.K
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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
BURNS
Democratic Candidate for
GOVERNOR
"LEADERSHIP FOR FLORIDA'S FUTURE "
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Ler 30, 1964
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Temple Emanu-E! Buys $647,500 in Bonds
As Drew Pearson Reports on Nasser
pespumJin,
as for the people of Egypt, they
i have come to accept Israel as a
country which i> here to -stay.
Pearson expressed high praise
of the Temple Emanu-Kl dinner
guest* who purchased the record
" that
,.. an address byjfcnd Oration ^^^^^^^ML,
Irving Lehman, spiritual B Re ceremony were Mr. and Iff^*"* no>rea p
[ of the Herbert Lehman-Israel Award at the Tem-
nu El Dinner oi State on Saturday niqht at the Diplo-
el was Judge Irving Cypen (second from riant). Join-
*e presentation are A.'j. Molasky. dinner chairman;
[r'neJiand, chairman of the Board of Directors of the
land past chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
ation: and Dr. Irving Lehiman, spiritual leader of Tem-
inu-El. ____
Dr. Irving Lehman, spiritual in the ceremony were air. aw '">' "' "ntinues to receive
leader ol Temple Kmanu-KI. mem Mrs. Sam Blank, holders of I* long; M I he n > <
hers oi the Temple purchased raeTs Medallion oi Honor. They the kind of help she received troi
$6-17 500 in I>rael Bonds last Sat- (polled the ceremony as bearer- of you tonifjit ______
urday night. The total smashed the Torch of Zion from which the -
all previous records for Israel Menorah's candles were lit. VlCIIOrCin BQI!1S
Bond sales at temple lloI,,,,s of the pilot Light were Coril:r A*
The occasion was the Temp e Mr ^ Mi> j0JjJ C()lu,n 0th-, LOte berVJCCS
Bmanu-El-lsrael Dinner ot state (akins m ,hc colorful Seniee ,,, dedication will inau-
honoring Judge irvmg Cypen, wno tt,lcmoIlv wcre Ml, and Mr,. Ben- gurate the late Friday evening
was the recipient of the Herbert M Sam ,{()>t Leon mtriem .,, Tcmpk. Menorah on
I!. Lehman Israel Award. Makin. Jatobs Lou Polier Auron Cour Friday night. Oct. 30. at 8:13 p.m.
th, presentation to Cypen was ur. | hon g y Gan> 1{avmonciA ial dedication ceremony,
Lehrman. who paid tribute to l Rubjn ^^ B Rudnlck, Morris' uart 0f the Sabbath service, will
Hirsch. Jacob Rabinouitz, Sol C. honor the 83 new famlie> who
Shaye. Harry Genet. B. I. Binder, have joined the Temple this year.
George Goldberg. William Fisher. i,vinf. Cohen and Robert Siegel
Sidney Letkewitz, Max Cypen. WJU open ;ni, service for the new
Other participant- in the pro-' members, while Edward Schuman,
gram were Sen. Claude Pepper, speaking in behalf of the new
,u .,,. ( Joseph Rose Milton Snkin. Jack families, will respond to the pray-
pen's many services.
Guest speaker of the evening
was Drew Pearson, noted col-
umnist and television commenta-
tor. Dinner chairman was A. J.
Molesky, a Trustee of Israel.
die miiuiiii- ui ..........
Of Statehood was Samuel Fried- weinjCH
land, chairman of the Board ot
Directors Of Temple F. in ami -EI
and past chairman of the Israel
\viet Publications 'Correct' Image
o8 readers outside the the capitals Cue. rabbi, Rabbi show Ambassador Tekoah, othei
In his ade'ress Pearson, who
recently returned from the Mid-
tile East, taid Nasser was not
yet prepared to act against Is-
rael, bet was waiting for the de-
velopment of more modern
weapons by Nazi scientists in
Egypt and further aid from Red
Russia.
Abramowitz.
Rabbi Abramowitz' sermon rs
entitled "All the World's a Pla),"
snd ... iii c imment on the r< cet I
kvay play. "The Dei
Cantor Edward Klein and I
lemple Chi ir under the d rei I i
el Eli Samuels will of
-er\ ices
Following the services, a spec-
Sbabbat will be tendi -ed
tie seen here this week as
Cidertaken a campaign to
Vi crn criticisms against
al ol religious and cultural
th< Jews in the Soviet
Article- in the publica-
stributed here by the Sov-
Hon lo the l/nited Nations.
Soviet Jews as enjoying
of religion as well as full
and cultural rights.
Yehuda Leib Levin.
The article states that Chief
Rabbi's birthday observance was
attended by Israel's Ambassa-
dor in Moscow, Yosef Tekoah, by
rabbis from Moscow and Odessa,
and by leading clergymen rep-
resenting the Russian Orthodox
Church.
Featured i- a portrait taking up
latest issue of USSR, an almost a full page showing
members of the Israeli Embassy
staff in Moscow, members of the
synagogue's congregation, and a
Rabbi Geshi Gevieh. identified as
an alumnus of the Yeshivah |
headed by Rabbi Levin."
Articles dealing in general with
the political and cultural life of
Jews, in the USSR are included
in two successive issues of Soviet
Weekly, a publication issued in
London for British readers. One
Plat,-: issue of USSR, an almost a full page showing KaM>i ._. by Aar(jn VergeU8l editor ot
III igazine printed for Levin delivering a sermon on oe ^.^^ Heimland tnc oniy
uiioii soieU in the United half of peace. The podium m Yid(|i.h m r carries 'an article and front of the rabbi is decorated ^.^ the usua, s,aUstics intend-
fc-iph- depicting the recent with a cloth showing the dove 01 ^ {o prove ,h;lt |hert> ar(, no dis.
ial One
Pearson said, "U not for Nas- to new member- in the Temple i
ser many Arab leaders would be- social Hall sponsored bj the Sis-
come more friendly to Israel. And terhood. __
RE-ELECT CONGRESSMAN
Dante Fascell
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, tnminations against Jews in his
country. The article is illustrat-
ed with photographs showing
large audience-, attending Jewish
cultural events in Yilna.
-war "nstar "ataef- tJSMs.
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fvery
Ifforida Official
\Supports
President
Lyndon B. Johnson
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Roy E G'ton
Con.pl
J. Edwin lanon
Slatr
Tfeaiwrcr
Ecry Florida official, elected jtotewide, urges
t'le ii-e?:ror of Preiidenl Johnson.
Effective cooperation between State ond Na-
tional I reflects in many experiences o
eco1 orr:cs and progress. Favorable Federal ce-
cisions have been responsible for Florida's reten-
tion of our great military installations, continuing
development of space programs, Interstate High-
ways, protection of citrus and cattle industries.
Florida ha benefited in construction programs
foi school, universities, hospitals and such other
vital projects as the Cross State Barge Canal.
Ihomai D 8o.lt/
Super nlef
e' Public hutfuction
Earl Fairdolh
Allor->ev
Ctncrol Elect
Florida Needs President Johnson
President Johnson Needs Your Vote
Vote Democratic November 3rd
The stakes are too high for you to stay home
NM 0*i-l.l ad..,.i..m.n. paid ... by th. M..U- lyd Jh"tn U*
Compoiji fund, Itiomos F. FUminf, Jr., Cherrmen.
U.S. Air Force
Admits Editing
Jew' in Fare
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! when they cut the whole thing.'"
Another serviceman wrote that.
, in a rebroadcast of a program
dealing with the life of Albert Ein-
stein, the Air Force deleted "all
reference to his Jewishoeas"
Gen. Robert P. Taylor, of the
Armed Forces Chaplains Board,
meanwhile was asked by Rep. Sey-
mour Halpern. New York Repub-
lican, to clarity Ihe situation of
IS Air Force personnel of Jew
ish at Wlieelus Air Rase.
Rep. Halpern laid he had learn
ed Of subtle discriminatory meas-
ures taken to accommodate the
Libyan Government because of
Its anti-Jewish leanings." Fam-
ilies "t dependents of Jewish ser
vicemen are unable t" follow their
faith unhampered, the Congress-
man said, and are experii
hardships.
Rep. Halpern said that, while
it is necessary to respect the
institutions of foreign nations,
where Americans serve, "it if j
equally necessary that the Unit-
ed States safeguard its own
fundamental concepts."
He told Gen. Taylor that he has
a reliable report "that the Amer-1
ican-operated Air Force radio sta-1
tion for personnel at Wheelus
Base has specifically disallowed j
any public reference to Judaism
or Jewish thought. He asked Gen. |
Tavlor to report on the religious
situation of the Jewish personnel1
assigned to Libya. ^^
PROVEN LEADERSHIP
PROVEN ABILITY
10 Years of Dedicated Service to
Our Nation and Our Community
RE-ELECT CONGRESSMAN
Dante Fascell
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Viyn* Morn, who we guest
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:.i Hi rbeH M Baumgard l- riti'it.. to Peldman In an es
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pre ented i Booh of Tribute
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In re pen to in appeal by
H i.i Leon Kronish, <.i Temple
'I'/rn and national vice
rman for larael Bonda, mem
of the audience aluted Feld
b purcbj log in his honoi
MO in State of larael Bond
'i he i rael Menoran of Bister
i i ceremony trai conducted by
bl Kronlah Participants in
ttu ceremonj were iir an ii i n Perlmutter, torch-bearers,
and Mr-. Ceorga Maim, bear-
i Of the pilot light, ami Mr. and
Mr Ed yard Cohen, Albert Le-
vin*, Wilfred Rose, .lack Green
I'''!''" Altacbuller, Wayne Roe.
< r- Bernard Laah, Edward Gold
Jul< Freeman Alan Kes ler, Joi
pi Solomon, Daniel Cravltt,
Abraham Elsenman Erne I Hai
>i Bernard Goodman, Edward
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In his eddresi Sen. Morse
werned th*t American foreign
policy problems should be the
major concern of every Ameri-
can who wants to leave hen
tage of freedom to his children.
i aid, "i am allocked
the number of aninformed pea
pie who seem to entertain the
grandiose delusion that th<- Unit-
State can dictate the term
' .ail on this globe. They eem to
think that issuing, an ultimatum
threatening to drop atomic boi
if tin- real of the world m a given
ituation u! international disagree-
ment dona not do the bidding of
the United States will maintain the
peace
The Senator warned that the
politic advocated by the chief
ipokesman for the extremists
. ould return the world to the law
Of the jungle anil would plunge the
world into a nuclear war.
Referring to the Middle East,
the Senator said, "If the peopTe
Of the (.ruled States should place
In control of our foreign policy
the extremists who obviously he
lieve that war is inevitable, we
Will lose all Checking control of
Red Russia, Red China and Nas-
ler In the Middle Kast, It has,
been nip and tuck between war
and peace in the Middle Kast for'
i more than a decade."
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He was elected -. -* US
Sonata front P end* bi 1VA *nc
r**'cd in 1931 4nd 1944. H*
ji elected U 3. Peprin'j-
tie from the 3rd Csngreincn-
al District in 1962. He i>. a mem-
of Mm Hs-jse Banir.ng and
Currenc/ Committee ar-d the
S ance, International Finance, In-
ternational Trade, end chairman
of the Subcommittee on Tour-
ism.
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Lillian Ro
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Terr,;,.- ;. nanu-El; Cantor Jacob
te Temple larael; lie.-/.
le Menorab; Baruch
Temple Ner Tamid;
Flerberi Harari Temple Sinai, of
Bolfon Sees U.S.
Of Cutting Down
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tacki on Saudi Arabian targets
bordering Yemen, the halting of
Egyptian effort- to evict the Unit-
ed State, from air bases le"a-ed in
Libya and Saudi Arabia, and guar-
antee, against further interference
by Nasser in the Cyprus crisis."
In a related development, the
State Department -aid that the Ad-
ministration "fully subscribes to
the principle enunciated in the
report Of the Committee on For-
eign Affairi on Augu-t 8. 1963
that economic assistance in the
Near Kast should be administered
so as to discourage conflict and
promote stability."
The Department's views were
made known by Robert E. Lee,
Acting Assistant Secretary of
State for Congressional Rela-
tions, in a letter to Rep. Leon-
ard Farbstein, New York Dem-
erat, the only Jewish member
of the Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee.
Mr. Lee said the "deep concern"
voiced by Hep. Farbstein and the
concern of the other committee
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and Mr; Max '
Benjamin .'! Dav-
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0 tip, Mr -n/J M Post
Mulling Possibility
Aid to Nasser
member. ho Joined him in the
petition was appreciated" The
State Department offered to re-
Mew the security situation in the
Near Ea-t and explained iteps
taken to assure the security of Is-
rael and other state-.
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^^ Hich School, only Yeshiva hiqh
Mf' Kh nnd loreiqn students. Rabbi Morris
I f'Kov p'Sal of the Mesivta discusses
LS'problems in Jewish law with ten out-
in, ^.iderts in residence at the new
&. &Sed deft to riqht) are Harry
Goodman, Montreal; Pincus Ralbag. New
York; Keith Staiman, Williamsport, Pa.; Jac-
ques Doppelt, Antwerp, Belgium; Rabbi Horo-
vitz; Kenneth Wolf, Far Rockaway, N.Y.;
Steven Finkle, Chattanoogu, Tenn.; Arieh
Backenroth. Belle Harbor, N.Y., James Altman,
Barbados, West Indies; Raymond Salem, Pan-
ama; Joel Meyers, Chicago, 111.
"Y" teen leaders gathered to plan the 11th annual Teen-Age
Conclave at a recent meeting directed by Burton Garr (stand-
ing) who will again be staff coordinator or the conclave
Garr is branch director of the Miami Beach Y. Left to right
are the teenage delegates from the various branches: Ida
Olienbach, Miami Branch; Robert Stone. Beach Branch; and
Gail Steinfink. North County Branch. The conclave will be
I held on Sunday. Dec. 13. at the Dupont Plazc HoteL_________
Blaustein Will
Receive Lehman
Memorial Award
By Special Report
Jacob Blaustein, Of Baltimore.
American Jewish leader and not-
ed industrialist, statesman and
humanitarian, will receive the
Herbert Lehman Israel Award at
a dinner on Sunday, Nov. 22. it
? was announced this week by the
, Israel Bond Organization.
The Lehman Award, a plaque
especially designed by the noted
sculptor Chaim Gross, expresses
the spirit of friendship and coop-
eration between America and Is-
rael and the participation of
American Jewry in the develop-
ment of Israel through the Israel
Bond program, of which the late
Gov. Lehman was a distinguished
supporter and leader.
Heatter Slated
At Emanu-EI
Gabriel Heatter, radio and tele-
vision commentator, will be guest
aker .it the opening meeting of
Temple Emanu-EI Brotherhood on
nesday at 8 p.m.. Milton Sir-
kin, president, announced
Heatter will speak on "A New
Era in World History." and will
analyze the results of the national
elections held on Tuesday.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the Temple, will intro-
duce the guest speaker and greet
members of the Brotherhood at
this first meeting of the 1964-65
season.
The program is under the direc-
tion of Harold Segal, chairman.
The meeting will be held in Sirkin
Hall, with a social hour following
the meeting. An invitation has
been extended to the wives of
Brotherhood members to attend
the meeting.
GABRIEL HEATTfR
JACOB BLAUSTEIN
Zalis to Head Beth El Again
Blaustein has played a fore-
most role in the development of
close relations between the Unit-
ed States and Israel. At the
invitation of Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion, he went on
special missions to Israel in 1949,
19S0, 1958, 1960, and 1961, and
undertook a similar mission in
1963 at the invitation of Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol.
/Miami Deborah Chapter
Greater Miami Chapter of De-
borah will hold a card party on
Wednesday noon in the Barcelona
Hotel. Mrs. Abe Towbin is spon-
sor, and Mrs. Morris Weinberger
is president.
JWY Gathers
Absentee Ballots
As part of the Americanism pro-
gram and project under Patriotic
Instructor Benjamin Haberi
and Deputy Eli Pollak, the De-
partment of Florida Jewish W
Veterans and Ladies- Auxiliary
undertook to obtain notarized ap-
plications for absentee ballots
from all veterans regardless ol
race, creed or color confined in
the Coral Gables VA Hospital.
A group led by Department
Commander Ainslee F. Ferdie in-
cluded Jillie Salk. Yetta Warm-
brandt, Henie Artzt. Kathy Schor
and Minnie Gronendahl, Auxiliary,
682; Reba Brown, Auxiliary, 174.
Ainslee R. Ferdie, Jewish War
Veterans Post 243; Bill Samet,
Post 174; Julius Kleineibst, Post
723; Sam Ury, Post 723; Nat
I Brown, post 174; Louis Sacks, Post
1174.
He surveyed and advised the
Israeli Government regarding
the country's political, social and
A member of Congregation Beth urer; Joseph ^nberg. reccs*
I El for 20 >cars, Joe Zalis has ing secretary; Irving M' f,nan
been elected to serve a second! cial secrtary; Sam Phillips, cor
term as president of the congre- responding secretary. ,.... on;lit01ns and nego-
Lfa 5, ha> previously serv- ^ ^^ .^ iJS S e ^"on^auin
treasurer, recording and Rub.n Bl-uste.nBen Bosk mSarn >" confirmed by Mr.
financial secretary. Burdick. Abe Chief Max Dearr, i, darifying the relationship
Other officers include Philip Rev. Herman Doych Dr. Samuel ESMOi ciaruj u ^
w. honorary life president; Ersoff. Abraham Ungold Bar- beWJM
Hyman Chabner, George Bass, nard Fox. Isidore Oersten, MM countries ____________
vie.......dents: Sol Weger, treas- Click. Abe H.rsch Hynan ham,
Jacob L. Kahn, Harold Klein Ann:versarv Fete
Charles Margolis, Harry Nevel MnniVCraOl J ryiJ
sky, Henry Norton, Fred Ochs, Leo _._*_a.jt
Oster Abe Pepper. Harry Per- MOIOT HSgmignT
Sndt1Swa^Xrt'^x, Highlighting the^meeting of tha
M l Sternstein Mover Stillerman, Miami YMHA Golden Age Fnend-
Sam SS Sam Weiss ship Club on Sunday. Oct. 18 as
sam weuin, a anniversary celebration of Mr.
Zal.s has served as pres.den o. U > Cut.
the Greater Miami Hebrew Free and MM Bons
Loan Assn., and is an honorary taj* Who met J^l
'"' Priden( "'/,U' fSSSSu ve annually celebrated their an-
1U, s a member oft to EM ^ ^ entire K.m.
Uve Board and the Board of in
rectors of the Bureau of Jewish Dersnip.
,,,,., ZaliS is one of the Abe Berr.n. president, an-
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satiate, w*hal Wi- Mu Know About
rite) found ihenwerves challenged iy
I I 'am dOuMei
In 'liin new book they rente the following:
In Mfl) I1M, during Dm qtwsttoiV-aBBMoawef1 parted
loll' klfl in WlOtf loetlirtt, a man got up "anil
put It ill i I tlon '< patently derived fi'iin Roll-
ed to hnii'li 'Hi'' question migifleirtril that people,
ilk- iii- OvantTMtn, who have "pretended to he.
ail i orunium 1." have (torn- BO in order to be In
POSlteM lai' i on to "attack true American patriot*."
(In- OvaTfflYftl m ready lor thi* miu-hicvntis
'iutloti "Aft >ou saying that we are Commun-
Mrtsf" thiy nkMl flio interrogator allowed that
ha v a 'I In OvcrMrMU thru ached for hi* name
an I addn- I, latin;; they wore ready to sue him
l-r ilgtitfaf Mr Wrod, Th- aiiilunO Joirr<-1 with
tin OVtntre#ta in aVmrndMBj hi* nam* and art-
IhaM later Of nmrm-, hf BM not
Ami Iko pnoph lefl lh- hall, they found un-
d< r their M/indahtefd wipir* reprtetl of an article
whu-h iirt aneared In iba Oetoher, i9.">!* ih*uc
of tin- lohn Urefc iNtelf magadne, ''AgMrtenaj
ffpMnn." The arUela, entitM, "What wr should
Know Aiioni OveratreeU," purported to prove that
[he 'ivii'.tni't booh axpoalng Communlani adherei
to tin- (1111111111111 t Party Rn.
i.itti.- anndei that tin- Ovwatraati eonalatently
advanrr- as ihoii iheali iin- point that mual nol
be forgoftrn hli h I that tin ecurity and Integrity
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Ji lie poke in the Phili
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In I done much to rpport th<- l-ra-ii
President ould ba% performed
much the a me had there been no election. His
role te majority leader clearly revealed bis
under landing ol i rael problems in connection
h the American goals of peace and -ecurity
'lhe invitation to Israel Prhne Minister Eahkol to
visit America lat June was consistent with the
John on philowphy.
The Adminiitration has encouraged the "LBJ
I'l'.n" lor nuclear desalting of sea water with joint
American lTaeli Vcteflttflc participation. This has
gone steadily forward with meetings and advanced
planning in Washington, with Department of the
Interior and atomic energy experts taking part.
But the Administration made no discernible ef-
fort to eSfllOfl the "LBJ Plan" as a campaign sales
pitch. The Administration must also be mindful
of State lJ"partment concern over Arab sensibilties.
Kxcepl for the puzzling State Department rig-
idity in opposing a Congressional expression on be-
half of Soviet Jewry, the Republicans found no
real basis for an attack on the Jewish front. Israel
is apparently well pleased, at this juncture, with
Washington's friendship. Israel's friends In the
t.'nited States reflect this thinking.
The Republicans have had trouble explaining
their immigration stand. This is a subject of tra-
ditional Jr-wlsh interest. The Administration's
poeRfOn hi clear. President Johnson submitted an
immigration reform bill, liberalizing the national
origins qoota sytftcm. ft was endorsed by the Dem-
ocratic platform. Rep. William Miller, Republican
Vice Presidential nominee, has openly opposed such
liberalization of the immigration structure.
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anatyl recortl I rollect these itaft.iwti
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By DAVID SCMWA
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Ancther Lafayette
ISRAEL HAS LOST
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country to Israel
. live and e-
part in the Irae'.
Icampaign. I imagine thei
I lowi coonl
I'hd not -pc-ak to the Jewish
__Imunity. I have seen him at
and it seemed to me that Jews l<
upon him a *h something of the same feeling
Americans mun have looked at LaFayette
in the d< 776.
\ High (/ommi^ioncr of Refugees, he he'ped
pave the way. by his support, for the esOhllshn nl
ot the State of Israel, and when Truman decid.t
to accord rtcognition to the Jewish State, he im-
mediately named McDonald as the first amb.
dor to the court of the new David Ben-Gurion
McDonald in his book. "My Mission to brael,''
tells how the British persisted in refusing to ac-
cord any recognition. All communications by the
British were addressed 'To the authorities in Tel
Aviv." and were therefore always returned unown-
ed by the Israeli Government.
Actually, it was not too much better in Ameri-
ca. The recognition of Israel had been decided
upon by Truman against the oppositon of what Tru-
man called "the striped pants boys of the State De-
partment." Even the liberal Secretary of State
Marshall looked with misgivings on it.
McDonald was not the typical ambassador in
long coat tails who confines himself to a few- of-
ficial calls on the foreign office interspersed by
numerous cocktail parties. He took a paternal In-
terest In Israel. He and B.-G. developed a real in-
timacy. He describes in his book Ben-Gurion com-
in- down the steps "looking like Santa Cla.."
Another time he is upstairs in the bedroom of Ben-
r.unon because B.-G. is trying to keep warm tin-
der the blankets while working.
ly HERBERT C. LUFT
Hollywood lo Kuropi
A NATOL LITVAK WILL produce am .
direct Ihe motion picture version o m\
Ihr Deputy," by Rolf Hochhuth, cur,
lently al Broadway's Crooks Atkinsoi
Theatre in a heavily cut English-Ian
. daptatlon, Lltvak earlier hat
< v nil the nettling ol Nad German*
World War il in his "Decisioi
Before Dawn." During the past isL
!lh-lk > has been m Hollywood an-Mnade
Il hi'.uli; i.l li'i in l',n
We are told thai Rim rights lo "The Depoty" had
i i n offered lo veteran director Frltx 1
!"m !l :i '"'"..... from Ihe Third Reich. Bui Lang upon
" N< Vork production ol the play icit n
Deputy
foo talky and did not have enough cinematic elements
for a Successful picture.
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fcraeli actress Dalian Lavi completed her eo-starring
fofc ,n Richard Brooks' "Lord Jim," based upon the Jos-
eph Conrad classic and photographed for Columbia Pic
lures ih London, with Peter O'Toole in the title part and
'/"" B, Jack Hawkins. Eli Wallach. Curt Jurgrns.
' '' and Akim Tamiroff in the mafe department
-ham.,, laurels with Sabra Daliah, the only woman in
the .'
"'-'"'' ,'"1" has hern selected as next year's British
Reyal In Performance to he attended by Queen EUi-
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JewistifhrkMan
Page 15-A
Ribicoff to be Speaker at Kennedy Peace
Forest Dinner Under JNF Auspices Here
!&
leering Committee of the Jewish Notional Fund John F. Ken-
dv peace Award Dinner meets to lay out plans for the event.
^ced left to right) are Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, chairman
fine Board of Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami; Leon
resident of the JNF Council of Greater Miami; Dr. Irv-
ta Lehrman, chairman of Foundation of tho JNF. Standing
Eft io right are William Bernstein, vice president of the JNF
mi; and Zev W. Kogan.
ordon Running To Succeed Self
Democratic nom-
icceed himsell
nty Board of
i in Group 2.
| regressive e lu-
hasis on more
L ati n of o u r
[ i> I ordon's aim.
ordon v; elected t'> his pres-
ar term in I960. Four
rs Bgo.' he declared, "our
jo* iten despite a trcmen-
population growth, was be-
passed by developments in
nal field.
[Today, the Board of Public
stri/ttion h*s provided the
iQ :-ip necessary to bring
:-ools to a new high level
ecjcbtional achievement."
\. ird< '. presi ;' i ol Washing-
ton Fedi I Sa> ings and Loan As
i i iation, nas been traveling w ith
i V i c i Presidential
N< minec Hubert Humphrey in be-
half of the Minnesota Senal >r's
lection with Lyndon Johnson nexl
Tuesday.
He lias participated in U.S. and
UN projects to encourage thrift
and home ownership in Latin
American and African countries.
i The School Doard incumbent feels
that "my leadership in modermz-
i ing the business methods of the
school system is known to all."
adding that 'Competitive bidding
in such areas as insurance and
milk and bread for school cafe-
terias has already saved over half
a million dollars for the county."
Steering Committee for the
John F. Kennedy Peace Award
Dinner to be held on Dec. 6 at,
he Fontainebleau Hotel met this
week to lay out plans for the gala
vent.
Sei.. Abraham Ribicoff (D
Tonn.i. former Governor of Cop
nccticut and Secretary of Health.
Education and Welfare in the cab-
inet of the late President, will be
f,uest speaker of the Jewish N'a-
rional Fund-sponsored event.
The committee also announced
that a series of preliminary meet-
ings will be held to discuss de-
tails of the John F. Kennedy
Peace Forest in Israel, to be cul-
minated by the Peace Award Din-
ner here Dec. 6.
Dr. Irving Lehrman on Wed-
nesday called upon the State of
Florida to participate in the
planting of half a million trees
as Florida's fair share in the
Kennedy Forest. "There should
be no home, and especially a
Jewish home, where trees have
not been planted in memory of
this great humanitarian," Dr.
Lehrman declared.
"Let's ennoble ourselves in the
knowledge that we arc strength-
ening the ties between our two
democracies,' said William Born-
stein, who was instrumental in
helping launch Me Ami. the sister
ettiement of Greater Miami in [
Israel constructed under the au-
spices ol the Greater Miami JNF.
"The participation of our com-
munity and the State of Florida
are a direct reflection of the
love, affection and esteem in which
the late President was held by his
fellow Americans." said Leon J.
EH. president of the Council.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. who
has just returned with Zev W..
KoKan. from Chicago, where they I
met with Max Bressler, national
president of the Jewish National
Fund of America, outlined plans
for the Dec. 6 event they discuss
ed with Bressler.
At the dinner on Dec. 6, pres-
entation of the John F. Ken-
nedy Peace Award Medallion will
be made. Recipient of the Py-
lon Honoree Award will in turn
present a replica in memory of
John F. Kennedy to the Gov-
ernor of Florida to be placed on
permanent exhibition in Tallahas-
see.
"This will lie one of the most
outstanding dinners ever held
here," Dr. Lehrman declared,
"and no el fort will be spared to
make il the success it deserves
from the point oi view of attend-
ance, as well as achieving the
goal "i half a million trees to be
planted in the Florida section of
the John F. Kennedj Peace For-
est in the iioiv Lan
ADL Director to Talk
B'nai B'rith North Shore Lodge
will hold its regular meeting on
Monday. 8 p.m.. at Washington
Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr.
Speaker of the evening will be
living Schulman, Florida Region-
al director. Anti-Defamation
League. Jack Burstein is presi-
dent.
ELECT
PAUL O'NEILL
CONGRESSMAN
O'Nilll, A CONGRiSSlflAN WHO WILL
VOTE AGAINST
AID TO SUCH NATIONS AS
EGYPT, JORDAN
AND ALL OTHER MM NATIONS
- present Congressman Claude Pepper
OS voted 100o for aid to these enemy
nations.
Democrat*, Republicans. Independents
CAN ALL VOTE FOR PAUL O'NEILL
Tuesday, Nov. 3rd.
For Rides to the Polls coll PL 7-2781
1M Pol. Mv
Germans Won't
Extend War
Crimes Statute
Continued from Pace 1-A
liament According to recent polls. |
West German public opinion is 7oj
per cent against extending the |
statute.
The West German statute of
limitations on prosecuting major
war criminals, until now pre-
sumed to expire May 8, will real-
I ly expire only in 1976, it was
1 said in Jerusalem by Dr. Aryeh
Kubovy, director of Yad Vashem,
the Israeli center for documen-
tation on the Nazi holocaust. Dr.
Kubovy based his statement on
an interpretation of the West
German lak.
The presumed expiration of the
I statute has been dated as May 8.
; 1965. which is 20 years since the
| official end of World War II. How-
I ever, Dr. Kubovy said, the West
German Government could not
conduct its own trials until it for-
mally regained state sovereignty. I
which was in 1956. For that rea-
son, he said, the statute will not
1 really expire until 1976.
He notes that East Germany,
Czechoslovakia, Poland and Soviet
Union had abolished similar sta-
tutes of limitation for Nazi crimes,
and warned West Germany, by
not doing likewise was taking the
path to "moral isolation."
\
ELECT
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR U. S. CONGRESS'
Cantor Weiss
To be Heard
The third in a series of five
guest cantors to appear at the new
synagogue will be heard on Sat-
urday at Jacob C. Cohen Com-
munity Synagogue. He is the well-
known tenor, Moses Weiss, former-
ly of Young Israel.
Cantor Weiss attended Yeshiva
University School of Cantonal
Music.
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern will de-
liver the sermon dealing with the
Burns Says He'll
Be Dade's Voice
Jacksonville Mayor Haydsn Burn-
is Democratic nominee tor Gov-
ernor of Florida in next Tues-
day's election.
The candidate this week declar-
ed that "as Governor, I will give
Dade County the roads, highways
and expressway- it must have."
Bums said his election would
"mean a strong voice for Dade in
Tallahassee."
He also pledged "to *work fjor
fair reapportionment and for re-
peal of the intangible ami n
lory taxes
In additi Burns declared he
would fighl "to make [ntei an
K alits lor Dade County

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bones about it/ we want to be of service. If you need
money for any worthwhile purpose well lend it
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Section B
Miami Plans Hadassah Sabbath
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Thanksgiving Dance oi the Miami YMHA Branch, set
osday evening, Nov. 25, is being planned by a com-
-under the chairmanship of Marshall Ma;or (second from
Shown at a planning meeting are (left to right) Mr.
Mis, Nathan Cynamon and Mr. and Mis. Major. Other
of the committee include Mrs. Samuel Gordon, Mrs.
Stem and Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Waas. The event
at 9 p.m.. in the "Y" auditoiium 45D SW 16th Ave.
Hadassah Sabbath will bo ob-
served on Friday evening and
Saturday, Oct. ;)0 and 31, by many
s\nagogues and temples in Miami
Hadassah, the the Women's Zion-
ist Organization of America, has a
vast program of healing, teaching,
and research in Israel. Hadassah
;;iso concentrate- on child res-
cue, social welfare, vocational
education, and land redemption
Through Youth Aliyah, thou
sands of youngsters from many
lands haw been brought to safe-
ty in Israel.
Participating in Hadassah Sab-
bath are Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
piro. Beth David; Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Beth Kode-h, Rabbi Max
A Lipschitz. Beth Tor ah; Rabbi
David Lehrfield, Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community (enter; Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Beth Am.
Kabbi Morris Skop. Beth Shirah;
Habbi Jonah E. Caplan. Adath
Veshurun; Habbi Samuel April.
Or Olom; Rabbi Daniel Lowy.
Temple Sinai; Rabbi Henry Wer-
nick, Tlferelh Israel; Rabbi Her-
shel Brooks. Temple Zamora;
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Temple
Zion: Temple Beth Moshe, Rabbi
Richard Marcovitz; and Rabbi Zevi
Greenwald, Southwest Jewish
Center.
speaker- will include Mrs Ger-
ald Soil/. Mrs. Samuel Spira. Mrs
Michael Krop, Mrs. George Katz
man, Mr- Elaine Salzburg. Mr.-.
Morris Herman. Mrs. Maurice Sim-
mons, Mrs. Edward Cohen. Mrs
Jack Lubin, Mrs. Henry Paul, and
Mrs. Arthur Willens.
In charge of arrangement- is
Mrs. Stanley Bulbin.
President of the Miami Chap-
ter of HadassE* i- Mrs. Edward
Cohen.
Weizmann Unit
Slates Meeting
Chaim Weizmann Branch of Far-
band will hold its regular meeting
on Tuesday at the Washington
Federal Auditorium. Normandj
Isle.
Agenda w ill include committee
report.-.
Host- at the social hour will
be Mr. and Mrs. Abe Udowitz in
honor of their birthdays.
Hosrital Administrator Hubert Dates speaks of the future of
al Children's Cardiac Hospital and reviews the insti-
tute s accomplishments with a group of ladies attending a
lece meeting at the Roney Plaza of the Miami Beach Chapter
of fc Hospital Auxiliary. With Dates are (from left) Mrs. Jean
Ra:: president; Mrs. Herbert Myers, vice president; and Mrs.
Juki Miller, also a vice president.
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by ISABEL GRCVE
t
Iver brocade floor-length
will be worn by Sylvia
Kr an when she and husband
celebrate their 25th wed
anniversary on Saturday
at the Seville Hotel .
le residents of Miami
the Krugmans came here
alter their marriage,
held in New York
. Joseph i- associated
e Miami Drug Co .
the 85 guests at the for-
d nee will be many
heal and out-of-town
- .
unding SjIvia will be her
thers, three sisters, their
- and assorted nieces and
- Residing in the
Miami area, they inehide
Dan. Alan and Nat
Irs. Ray Frisco and Anna
Abe) Berger From
i. another sister, May,
band, Louis Feldm.m. ami
Daytona Beach, brother
Roth and wife, who will
es be surprised with an
rsary cake saving 'Happy
12 \ i :'-' .
eo 'nin- for Hip rclK.-,.
"01 r. and Mrs. Samuel Kalb.
ark. N'J.; Or. and Mrs
Feldman. Chicago; Mr.
Irs. Edwin Fricdlander.
^ Park. Fla.; Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel- Davtona Beach;
;'"< Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Berger.
Ibourne.
New York last week lor the
marriage of her niece. Naomi
Gross to Moshe Sorscher .
marriage, performed
toulund
9 Jr opvns ioihsif!
And what a wonderland it is! There's a delightful new "Exquisite
Toy Shop, ringed with village rooftops, and brimming with fine and
unusual toys from around the world! You'll see the latest toys spin,
chug, and whirr as they reveal their imaginative capabilities! Bring
in the children soon they'll have the time of their lives!
CttCK BURDINE'S BIG SUKTttNS AT EVMDAY LOW PMCtS
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Louis Ciment, of 13330
Ave.. one of Mesivta
i vice presidents, visited
The
cording to tenets of strict orth
odoxy, wa- especially gratifying
as the bride underwent baptism
a- an infant in Nazi-occupied
Hung ir> in order to avoid de-
lecli i 1 > officials I.ike an
c ienl Mariano-, the famil) prac-
ticed Judaism in secret Mrs
C ment also visited with -on Lar-
student at Yeshivah Uni-
versity where he was rated first
:., demicall) in hi- freshman
class of 17!l last year, and just
named to the Dean's List this
year .
With their 26th fall vacation
at the Arlington Hotel in Hot
Springs, Ark., behind them. Jean
and Abe Eisenberg are return-
ing to Miami Beach in time to
move into their new apartment
in the Oliver llou-e on the first.
-
Mrs Moe Gardner, o( Mlanii
Beach and Sarasoia. was guest
,1 honor at a luncheon hosted b)
Mr-. Eleanor Strvker, of Key-
Btone Point, last Saturday .
The Gardners recently purchas
ed the Queen Elizabeth Apart-
ments on Indian Creek Dr.. and
are planning to give up their
home in Sarasota and return to
Miami Beach, much to the de-
light of their many friends
Among guests at the luncheon
were Mrs. Ed Weaver, Mrs. Har-
ry RosenbiaTt. Miss Dale Stryk-
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It has everything! The greatest! Cool new banana seat,
the latest high-rise handlebars, sure-stopping Bendix coaster
brakes. It looks like a million dollar.; too, finished in
dazziing metallic gold color, with gleaming chromium-plated
rims. It's todavs new look in bikes--and Burdine's has it!
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Jewish fhridUaf.
Page 3-E
T en_aqo volunteers who worked many hun-
dieds oi hours at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
are ^warded for their efforts at Annual Rec-
oaniUon Day ceremonies this week. Shown
with Mrs. Irene Fink (left), chairman of the day.
are front row (left to right) Barbara Braverman.
Qlen Mirowitz. Eddyse Hershbein. Marilyn
Goidfarb. Cheryl Kronowitz. Nevanita Figoni
and Rosemary Charters. Second row (left to
right) are Helen Diamond, Janet Sue Rabino-
witz. Maria Landry, Nancy Greene, Donna
Pardini, Bette Rosenberg, Barbara Spirer and
Isabel Wechsler. Rear are (left to right) Karen
Zinner. Tammy Cummins, Dotty Williams,
Sharon Rudd. Elaine Aronovitz, Sutan Berke
and Ann Scherr. Chevrons, pins and Merit
Certificates were awarded to the young ladies
who worked in the Lobby Gift Shop, operating
the Mobile Gift Cart, as message clerks, mail
aides, and flower girls.
Founders Day Fete for AEPhi At Kings Bay
Mpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae As- Mrs. Marvin Zank, mcmbers-at-j Afternoon will close with sing- special
i Greater Miami will |arf.e
VEPhi's 55th Founders
ncheon .it Kings Bay
untry club on Sat
i the affair are
i Lehman and Mrs
Mrs John Serbin
. ation.
:ion moderated
on "From Sororitj
ill include panel
sha Mack, president
the "college girl";
Brickman, "youn
I Mrs. Harold Spaet,

skit v hi be presented
Marvin Zank. Mrs. How-
tzen, president of the
I ation, will read the
: Daj message, and Mrs.
nflejd, director of the
onsen atory, will play
in Brahms, Ravel
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Mi- Norman Broun, province
ectoi ill "Her a brief pre-
the AEPhi national con-
to be held at the Ameri-
cana Hotel in June.
Hostesses tor the day will be
executive officers of the Alumnae
Association Mrs. Howard Katzcn.
president; Mrs. Richard Helfman.
vice president; Mrs. Ronald Pal
lot, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Albert Morrison, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Rarvey Miller, treasur-
er; and Mr?. Howard Hirsch and
Golden Age Club
Has Anniversary
The 17th anniversary of the
Colden Age Friendship Club of
the Miami YMHA will be celebrat-
ed with a dinner dance on Sun-
day, Nov. 15, 7 p.m., announced
Abraham Berrin, president.
Highlighting the evening will
be recognition of all who have
been members for ten years or
more. The dinner will take place
in the "Y" auditorium. 450 SW
icth Ave.
Music for the evening will be
provided by Juan Cortez and his
orchestra. Ticket chairman is
Sam Deel.
Ing of "We pledge AEPhi."
Academy Women
Finalize Plans
For "Fair Lady'
Final plans have been complet-
ed for the annual member-bring a-
niember brunch of the Hebrew
Academy Women which will lake
place on Tuesday. Nov. 10. at the
Deauville Hotel.
Mrs. M. H. Rosenhouse. mem-
bership chairman, reports that the
membership committee has final-
ized all plans for the day and that
the affair will delight all mem-
bers and friends of the organiza-
tion."
Each Hebrew Academy woman
will become "My Fair Lady" for
the afternoon and 'given the hon-
or and admiration as befits a Fair
Lady."
An original skit, written, direct-
ed and produced by Mrs. Charles
Simon, program chairman, and
entitled My Fair Hebrew Acad-
emy Lady." will highlight the af-
ternoon's program. New mem-
bers and life members will be
consecrated by Rabbi Alexander
S. Gross, principal of the Acad-
emy, in a candlelight ceremony.
Special costumes and a "My
Fair Lady" decor have been espec
MRS. CIMMfl SIMON
ially designed by Mrs. Harry Ros-
enberg and her committee. In
keeping with the program of the
day a designers original chapeau
from Jordan Marsh will be awarde '
as a prize. Also a pair of tickets
t,> the mo\ic. "My Fair Lac.V.
I will be given as a prize to a luck
member.
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AJCong. Women
Have Program
American Jewish Congress was
to hold its October luncheon meet-
ins on Thursday, 11:30 a.m., at the
Monte Carlo Hotel.
Guest speaker was to be John
Barfield, director of the State De-
partment Reception Center in
Miami His subject was to be
'Our United Nations."
Program vice president, Mrs.
Anna K. White, said the function
would also include the Congress
Octet in international songs di-
|*cted by Mrs. Bina Barnett in
h'mnr of the United Nations
Month.
President is Mrs. Ruth Albu-
tuerque. Mrs. Lillian Townsend
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straight from the artists palette
and oh so flattering. Aileen knits them
into tops, capris and suits for the
active young set. From JM's complete
collection: herringbone-look cotton knit top,
white with pink or turquoise trim, %i
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Pants also in double knit cotton, %4
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Pioneer Women Plan Functions
Vomen held a meeting on We:!
lay afternoon in the Common-
ly Room-fit Washington Federal.1
234 Washington Ave. Business
e(j bj Pii m er Women.
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neeting was conducted by Mr-,
i, p ent.
Mrs. William Beckwith, acting
rogram chairman, introduced jper NCW
ultural chairman, Mrs. N li..,-
ioroff, who spoke on "Eviction ;jj LegisIC'-*"- -
and Integration in Israel."
Lock
Ralph Po ton, Democrati nom-
Social hour was hosted by Mr ,..,. for the state legislat
aoiui uuui n --- -. nice i<"
n ih auestion of "A Woman's Role Newman Stearn; Dr. Erna Klass, medicine; an(, MrS- Abraham Seltzer in hon- Group 2. has called for a new iook
manitv" are (left to light) moderator. Mrs. Charles FinkeSstein. civic betterment; and 0r of their anniversary^ Mrs. Son- ;1| )ho educational system^m^me

'businesswoman, Mrs. Margaret Mrs. P. I. Furlcng, law.
Ol VI llllll n"" '-.- ----- y, illc <.,.t.v.-.........
>a Weiss presented a musical pro- slate in order to have it keep pace
ram.
with the S;>;.o' Age.
I want to be sure we are pro-
viding Space Age educational faci-
lities lor our children." Poston
Bebe Ic'elson Chapter, Mis Dora
Iffenhcnden, president, will hold
a regular meeting on Thursday, vr- *" ( (,0 s0 by cnt0ur
\"ov. 5, 1 p.m.. at Washington*
federal, 1133 Normandy Dr.
a ;ing m every possible way edu-
cation and the teaching prole-
Mrs. Fannie Levine will speak ., There is no reason win
an the -'Origin. Activities and Ac- Florida shouldn't be a leader in
romplishments of Pioneer Women'" ; ,nt, lK.|(| f education-at hath the
luring its 40 years of existence, primary and at the graduate lev-
n America as well as in Israel. jv
Social hour will be hosted by
Mrs. Harry Sachs.
VCi'.BMAM
Poston said his major aim in
seeking a state legislative seat
"is to provide leadership in get-
ting economy, fairness and
growth in Florida's govern-
ment."
Mrs. Fred Sandier, president of
Kadimah Chapter, announces the
postponement of a meeting to
o riqht are panelists ot the Wonderful president of the Federation of Jewish Women Tuesday Nov. 10. 8 p.m., in her, ^ aheii(| and
i c? Women luncheon: Mrs. Maury Mr.. Irvinq Lehrman; and chairman of the home, 2720 SW 2nd Ave. I reaUze that we are now in the era
c .,. Mrs Howard (Isabel) Crove. day. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. Mrs. William Chase, chairman Qf sp.ici. Poston said. -Florida
Mrs A A. Hoyden, education; (of the committee for the annual must provide leadership in every
j nightclub affair on Saturday, Dec. |jc|d of cntieavor: education, in-
child in the vital formative years ; 12) at the Carillon Hotel will be justly, public welfare and road- "
ot his education and of his mental1 a,sisted by Mrs. Murray Toister poston, a native Floridian. has
Ath. and Mrs. David Bell.
"The joy and strength of Amer-
ica is Us culture and its free edu-
cation system, and nowhere are
: World of Women two-year in residence training pro vc more fortunate than in Dade
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Wonderful World of Women is Examined
By Pane! of Experts in Their Fields
World of Women two-year in residence training pro vc nwr,_
a panel of lead- gram has been established tor County, where free education is
ness and profes women in this project. 'provided at every eve |>on ew-
. ,, the Federation Attorney Mrs. Paul James Fur- lnontary to special adult educa-
nen's luncheon at long noted that there was a place ,, programs."
Hotel last Thurs- and a need for women in govern-. D). Erna K|ass_ who has prac-
ment service, in politics, and in |jci>(1 nu>()jt.jne aIU| raised a fam-
inswer to questions posed by administrative life. Speaking of .,v duJ.ing her 24 years in Greater
,l viollv Turner, ot the role of law and persona re- All.imi noted that "only the very
. i\ (he consensus was sponsibility. she noted that -like a ;utive w,)n)an can be the truly
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been active in a number of church.
Mrs. Milton Green. Council pres- civic and charitable institution-
We Welcome You to
Our Newly Re-opened and Re-decorated
is .|>[iMimi!<. -"'^ *"" ----- active wouidii tan .....-
h pendulum, the individual's right h ()IU, a,iclin- that "it is
v and the role of law enforcement ju, *__Cm n ml than '_.;Mnl
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thai a woman's world is much
-he has generally and the role 01 WW*la}I*-
Eiven'oredH for, and her op- swing in one direction and nun .,,, practice a profession simul-
es a, a wile, as a moth- swing back to provide a system tane0lisly, but that if the desire Is
i nd as a career woman, are of checks and balances.' strong enough the rewards are
ess.' Speaking of the world of art, without equal."
-fa panelist an expert in her noted Miami painter Edna Glaub- Mfg Margaret Newman Stearn.
field told of the requirements man said that art "is an extreme-i,oU>i, c0lltuiier. commented on the
lor success and indicated that Iv individual pleasure in WHICH newe8t ,rends in women's fashions.
Dad. Counti has more opportuni- the viewer's role is as taxing a; Thc brilliance ot the current
tie- and more talented women in that of the painter who created [abricg arc ,jke a flower garden
business and professional life than the art. (she said, commenting that
many of the 230 women assembled -Through art we express our-
SI luncheon realized. selves as individuals," Mrs. Glaub
Charles Finkelstein. presi- man said,
of the Quality Education Speaking on behalf of women ill
Dunkin' Donuts
HOUSE OF PANCAKES
1118 S. DIXIE H'WAY Opposite U. of Miami
MO 5-5942
Serving Complete BREAKFAST LUNCHEON -
and DINNER MENUS
ALSO PANCAKES Your Choice of 20 Varieties
trend to sportswear is a truly
American spirit in keeping with;
our modern way of life."
Although not a panelist, the male
Committee, the American Jewish journalism, Mrs. Howard Grove viewpomt 0l ,he woman's role in |
Committee and the Girl Scouts, of The Jewish Floridian notea |)e community and the ways in
that the layman's role was that a publication such asiThe Jew- whlch organizations can perform,
i ay it on the line" to speak ish Floridian "adds a feeling ot (n.ts,aiulinf, communal service..
lit hesitation from a non-pro- warmth in Jewish homes through- wag p,.e,en,c(| by Arthur S. Bosi-
t- nal point of view out the community and performs chan executive director of the
rhe differences in a commun- a distinct communal service as a[ (;rt,..u.r Miami Jewish Federa-
Uj are its strengths not its hand, publicity organ for 300 Jewish and tUm He dec.|ared that voluntary
and realizing this makes quasi-Jewish organizations in tne, prograins 0n the local and nation-
you a better person." she declar- local area." | al levels "are plentiful, and that
Mrs A. A. Hayden. principal of, .
Mrs A. A. Hayden. principal ot, .{ (j up ,0 (he organization mem
e speaker recently returned Bay Harbor Elementary School.: bl.rships ,0 provide the impetus
the President's Conference noted that education at the eie-, t|) aow ,hem ,0 ,help the great-
on i tonomic Assistance, "the war roentary school level is most .m- es( numbel. of peoPle in the com-
oi povertj and noted that a portent because it deals with the
Now Open
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Mrs. Jem C. Lehman, chair
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work hand in hand with those in
the community who can greatly
benefit by their programs and by
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I Mrs. Milton Green was chairman
of arrangements,
Pasl president of the organisa-
tion, Mrs Anna Brenner Meyer-.
delivered the invocation.
S.W. MIAMI HAS ACCLAIMED
THE NEW
Gold'n Chef
RESTAURANT & TAKE OUT
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BAKEHY SANDWICHES oO0
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JWV Games Night
Jewish War Veterans Post and
Auxiliary 223 were to have a games
nicht on Thursday. Oct. 29, at
Pythian Hall, 4601 W. Haider St.
Monies raised go to the posts' VA
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^Mvout people and { f^k
aces ...
.u nl YOU DO, NEW MEMBERS
H0^, J Country Club honored the new club
Xr, al B dinner dance at the club. Autumn
* gashed the d.ning-room with color.
!l" ,. William Weintrauh (he's chairman
PKi&T-S Mickey and Harold Granoff
of .lR.:,s at the door. Amonfi new mem-
'" ,; were introduced during the evening
' and Mrs. David Balogh. Dr. and Mrs.
J.-.W Michnoff Dr. and Mrs. .Julian Rickles.
7";V -s William Segal. Mr. and Mrs. St.n-
" V,',' Mr. and Mrs. Sy Lev.ne. Mr. and
^SSmeon Spear. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gold-
111, lr Mr. and Mrs. Morns Lazarus. Mr.
Jfll Mrs Benjamin Koven, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
..:,, Mr and Mrs. Clifford Russel and Mr.
1 ', MM Gerald Warren. Among club mem-
Btteding were the Carl We.nkles; the
James 11 Meyers and Dr and Mrs. Lester A.
Russin
ITS LOVE IN BLOOM
AtBdred and her husband. Dr. Jess Spirer.
iust returned from New York. They went to
See, their daughter Ruth's fiance Michael B.
-Vmkel who is a research analyist for Roths-
,,|,| and Company. Michael is the son of Mr
S Mrs Louis Frankel. Ruth has been work-
', in New York the past year. It was love a
r.ro sitfhl with the engagement announced at
L ,-nd of the month. Plans were made for
|u. ,,,>,., on Nov. 29 at noon at the Sherry
Net eriand Hotel before Mildred and Jess re-
uirn,,l u> Miami to sing the praises of their son-
in-la to be.
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A TELEPHONE CALL
Georgian and John Serbin got a call from
,heir son, Lewis, who. after graduating from
Brandeis University, is now attending Stantord
,;,.. Law School. He was calling from
Fisherman's Wharf, where he and his date were
having a birthday dinner in honor of his own
wnd birthday. Georgian and John were leav-
ing for New York on a business pleasure trip.
On their return, it will be turn-about for Phyllis
and Jon Serbin, who will go to New York on
a business pleasure trip. You knowSerbin
Dress business! Georgian will take care of one
grandchild, Jonathon, and the baby. Sherry, will
stay with the other grandmother, Lee (Mrs.
James) Abramson,
MAY YOUR ROAD BE HEDGED WITH ROSES
II v\:>- a shower brunch at the Algiers Hotel
for Marcia Sobel who will wed Mel Hecht next
month, given by Marcella (Mrs. Louis) Heiman
and Jennie (Mrs. Harry) Gordon. Dotty (Mrs.
Leon) Kaplan led the singing of the songs writ-
ten for Ihe special day. Marcia. charming in
white with a pair of most unusual pinkish orchids,
opened a mountainous pile of beautifully-wrap-
ped kitchen gifts. There were at least fifty dol-
lars worth of gorgeous bridal wrappings on the
floor when she finished. Her teenage sister,
cute Helen Sobel, made a bouquet out of the
ribbons. Among guests were the two mothers,
Mrs. Paul Sobel, Mrs. Samuel Hecht, Mrs. Stan-
ley Myers Mrs. Charles Weinberg, Mrs. H. I.
Hecht' Mrs. John Feller. Mrs. George Feller.
Mrs. Thtodore Sandier. Mrs. John Temple, Mrs.
Herbert Scher. Mrs. Milton Friedman and all
the rest of the adopted aunts Marcia has acquir-
ed over the years. Just as she was unwrapping
a his" and "her" apron, in came her fiance
with his father-in-law-to-be, Paul Sobel, to give
him moral support. Everybody approved Mar-
i-ias choice. Mel is very good-looking.
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THEY'LL WIND UP IN NEW ORLEANS
Dr and Mrs. George Graham are on their
way to the American Dental Association meet-
in" in San Francisco by way of Mexico City.
Sin to visit Rae's sister. Elaine, and Gel Strong,
former M.amians who now live in Los Angeles.
Thevll w.nd up along with Rae's knitting (a
shocking pink someth.ng-or-other) in New^Or-
leans to visit with son Michael, who is a student
Tulane Univer8ity. -FRANCES lehman
Mrs. Charcowsky To be Honored At Reception
. ... ._;.,..- ..-,,. chairman, said that
Mrs, Charles Charcowsky. phi-
mthropiM and chairman of the
Woman of (he Year Committee."
ireater Miami Women's Division,
American Friends of the Hebrew
1 Diversity, will be honored at a
reception at the home of Mrs.
A W Lillian Simon-
*AiW \ hoff, 5925 No.
, Bay shore Dr., Mi-
imi, on Wednes-
lay. Nov. 11, at
111:45 a.m.
The brunch will
be given by Mrs.
Simonhoff, proai.
lent of the Wom-
an's Division, to
announce plans
for the Decem
the Year"' lunch-
in I to honor Mrs. Charcow-
tor her dedication to the
Noted benefactors of the univer
sity Mr*. Charcowafcy and her
husband wera honored by the
naming of the Entrance Square at
the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem as the Charles and Viola
Charcowsky Square.
Wc are proud to honor Viola
Charcowsky," Mrs. Simonhofl
stated. Mr. and Mrs. Charcowsky
have contributed over $300,000 to
the Hebrew University, one of the
largest gifts received by the uni-
versity.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, pro-
ram chairman, said that Rabbi
Joseph Narot. spiritual leader Of
Temple Israel, will be a special
guest at the brunch. Rabbi Narol
will review the book. 'The Chosen
One." by Harry Simonhoff. Miami
author ana Jewish communal lead-
er.
Dr Narot's review, the tribute
to Mrs. Charcowsky and announce
nient of plans for the "Woman ol
the Year" luncheon are among the
highlights of the Nov. 11 Presi-
dent's Reception.
berg, ninth grade, vice president.
Kinneret Chapter Slates Color Film
eolor film entitled -Marching
Toward Tomorrow" will he pre-,
-ented at the Wednesday meeting
.f the Kinneret Chapter of Mil-
rachi Women. Produced in Israel.
it depicts the progress made by
Mizrachi in its educational and
ocational projects there.
Starting with a business session
,t 8 :io p.m., at Temple Zamora,
reclines will be extended to new
nembars by Mrs. Theodore Sako-
utz president, and Mrs. Morris
Jokol, membership vice president.,
Mrs. Lily Stone. Florida coordi-
lator, and a member of the na-
onal board of Murachi. will re
,ort on highlights of the recent
lational convention.
The Discussion Study Group met
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Donald Schrager on Monday.
-.ludaism-An Historical Present..
tion." by Isidore Epstein, has
heen selected for intensive study.
Mrs Lily Stone acted as discus-
sion leader following Lntroductor)
remarks on the book.
Mol'ie Kahaner Sisterhood
Mollic Kahaner Sisterhood
Deth Torah Congregation is spon-
soring a fashion show brunch on
Tuesday, Nov. 10. 9:30 a.m. The
affair is to be held in the Social
Hall and will feature the cottec-
iton from Young Sophisticates Mid
coiffures by Kathy's Beauty Salon.
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FAMILY OPERA PROJECT
SPONSOKtD BV OPtBA GUILD OF GRfATM MIAMI
"CINDERELLA"
by Rossini (In English;
SUNDAY MATINEE, NOV. 29th at 230 P.M.
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM HI 6-9230
Patrons Tickets $6.25 Other Tickets S3 50; $2.50
No. Dade Ladies To See Fashions
Mrs. Charcowsky
ri "Woman of
11 iii
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and development
ew University."
of the
Sophisticated fashions by Young
Sophisticates shops will be pre-
sented by North Dade Chapter,
B'nai Biiih Women, on Monday
starting at 8 p m
To be hel I at the Old Scandia
Restauranl in Opa-locka, coffee
MOORE-McCORMACK
MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE
S/S BRASIL
and dessert will be served follow
! ing the fashion show.
Reservations may be made with
Mrs Stanley Chaney.
On Tuesday, Nov. 17. the chapter
1 is presenting the movie. "Suddenly
Last Summer." at 8 p m. at M. J
Sales. NF. 146th St and W. Dixie
llwy
Admission is a ;tt or donation
I to be used at the annual BBW par-
ty at the Florida Slate Mental Hos
pital.
Coffee and dessert wdl be served
liter the movie, and Mrs. Robert
Berfcowitz is in charge ol reaerva-
tions.
Mrs. Berkowita is also in charge
of UN1CKF kits tor Halloween.
Chapter president is Mrs. Max
Lubel.
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1965, calling at Funchal, Casablanca, Tangier,
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Rates begin from $895.00 per person
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Accomodations now available
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Asthmatic Home
To be Opened
Members of the stair, executivi
board and medical advisory board
will he on hand to greet visitors to
the newly-opened Residential Treat
ment (inter of the Asthmatic Chil-
dren's Foundation at 1800 NE
1 168th St.. No. Miami Beach, on
Saturday evening,
In addition to a tour of the build
ing starting at 7 p.m.. there will
I be a Halloween party for the chil-
i dren in residence al the Center.
Entertainment for the evening
will feature Martin Kushner with
his "Magic tor Minors' and a pro-
gram of modern dance and ar-
rangements on the accordion by
Bryna and Andrea Goldberg.
Refreshments will be served
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|AST veekend was a full one
I ,,,.,. honoring Hie state
israel at Dinners of Tribute.
. aj night, Temple Emami-
p honored Judge Irving Cypen
th(, Diplomat Hotel, and Sun-
v night, Beth Am honored Her-
Feldman at the Doral
Countrj Club.
U Saturday evening's func-
rtI, Mrs [rving Cypen wore a
,bitc and olver brocade gown
,,!, a matching stole. Her neck-
].ne ttas rounded in front and
dipped low in the back, and was
detaile.l with a wide band of
black mink, chairman for Tem-
ple Emanu-El's dinner was A.
j Holasky, and Mrs. Molasky
greeted guests in a white satin
pun featuring hand-painted
yellow roses scattered over her
dress Mrs. Samuel Friedland
chose a black silk crepe sheath
which .!> covered with jet bead-
ing
Mr- Jack larner was in a
black I rmal with a cut velvet
hodice that had a modified
neckline. Emerald
green with soft beige-colored
, mbossed in the fabric
:,. ,rn b) >rs. Sam Blank.
The R >.- wife, Mrs. [rving
lected a muted green
,., i >ii floor-length skirt
, knit overblouse
ncrusted with irides-
reen sequins. Her neck-
line scooped, and her
i it bracelet-length.
lu|R5 Shepard Broad's black
" overblouse was ent-
ered with jet sequins and
ids over a white satin
< -kirt. Mrs. Dennis Clum
a black chantllly lace
sheath reembroidered with se-
featuring a square
Pink peau de sole was
e of Mrs. Joseph Sing-
er l scooped neckline of her
. heavily encrusted
with silver sequins and satin-
lil ed i-l,' heads. Mrs. PeSfiy
Schulman's French original was
ellow peau de soie formal
'ii .1 hodice of white alencon
ith a high, square neck-
line
Multi-colored flowers brocad-
ed v, ith silver lame' created the
labni in the tailored gown worn
bj Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Her
matching jacket was waist-length
and fitted. Mrs. Charles Clem-
ents chose a floor-length gown
rith a matching stole in a floral
pattern in ombre shades of
green Mr-. Al Stratton's three-
piece while silk ensemble fea-
tured a double breasted full
igth coat with an ascot-type
lie over a tunic sheath.
ik satin gown with a beav-
i eled bodice was worn by
lira Philip Thau. Mrs. George
g silver gown had an
illusion bodice embroidered with
r sequins. A white emboss-
ed silk ensemble was worn by
Mrs. e Rose. Mrs. Sam Kulok
chose the oriental motif in her
silver lame' and black brocade.
which had a court train effect
ii i a matching cape.
SUNDAY night at the Doral
Country Cab. Mrs. Herman
Feldman wore a floor-length
gown of iridescent green sequins
featuring a sheath line with a
decollete neckline. Chairman
ior the event was Phil Iievilz
Mrs. Revitz chose a white satin
ivening skirt with a blue and
white beaded shell bodice. A
tear drop pattern was created
with white caviar beads and sky
sequins filled in the background.
A high-tiered neckline was creat-
ed with white silK organza. Mr.-
Marshall Feuer was in a tur-j
quoise silk crepe gown with sil-
ver bugle beads trimming the j
bodice and the hemline and de- |
tailing the deep slit on the side j
of her skirt.
Mrs. Byron Cherkas chose a
royal blue satin with a match-
ing ruffled stole. Her overblouse
was in black with a touch of
the blue in a water-color wash
print. Mrs. Daniel Cravitt was
in a canary-colored peau de soie.
floor-length gown. A white silk
crepe gown embroidered with
iridescent sequins was worn by
Mrs Maxwell Dauer Mrs Rob-
ert Tanner's gold brocade fi 8
tuied a slashed neckline with
scalloping. Gold was the color
choice of Mrs. Edward Cohen.
Her satin skirt was topped with
a sequined overblouse and fringes
of bugle beads.
Porcelain blue peau de soie
was worn by Mrs. Marvin Zank.I
Her bodice was softly gathered
in horizontal lines, and match-
ing colored alencon lace was;
appliqued on her skirt. Aj
matching draped stole completed
her ensemble. Mrs. Norman
Nash chose powder blue peau de
soie for Her gown. Sequins em-
broidered her chantllly lace bod-
Ice. Black chantllly lace Over
white satin in a tiered skirt and
decollete bodice was the choice
Of Mrs. Bernard Abel. Her skirt
was designed so that the bottom
tier could be removed and the
dress made cocktail length.
Black Chantilly lace was also
worn by Mrs. Bert Sager. Her
floor length gown had deep godet
inserts in the back of the hem
which created a court tram ef-
fect.

MRS. Joseph Solomon's white
-ilk crepe evening skirt was
topped with a white sequined
shell with multi-colored flowers
in deep jewel tone colored se-
quins set in clusters. Emerald
green silk brocade in a swirled
pattern was selected by Mrs.
Robert Miller. A full-length
matching coat was worn over
her sheath gown. Mrs. Ellis
Robins had a flared cape to
match her shocking pink crepe
gown. Honey beige silk crepe
with beading and crystal tear
drops at the waist was the choice
oi Mrs. David Outtenmacher.
Wife of the Rabbi. Mrs. Her-
bert Baumgard, chose a pink
satin evening skirt with a match-
ing sequin overblouse. Mrs. Fred
Stone's gown was a jewel tone
green and gold brocade with a
matching stole. The oriental
True Sisters
Planning Tea
United Order of True Sisters.
Miami 43. will hold a tea for new
and paid-up members on Thurs-
day, Nov. 9. from 1 to 4 p.m.. at
the Variety Children's Hospital
Auditorium.
President is Mrs. Morris Wcin-
berg, and membership chairman
is Mrs. Arthur Lee.
The group has pledged $4,800 t.
the hospital to help furnish a four-
room suite in the new addition t<
the hospital In addition, the or-
ganization maintains an out-pat-
ient clinic there and each year
make 30.000 dozen dressings for
the American Cancer Society
Founded 118 years ago. COTS
is one of the oldest national worn
en's organizations in the Unite)
States.
Alan King Set
For Eden Roc
Eden Roc President Harry Mut-
Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of the Jewish Theological ~^S*??Eg*S&
Seminary oi America, congratulate* Mrs. Albert Fn*d upon ^ show Dec 24 through
her reelection to a two-year term as president of the National Jjjn 2
w year term as preidet
Women's League of the United Synagogue of America.
1,500 Delegates Attend Biennial Confab
Of United Synagogue Women's League
Jan. 2.
Last winter. King's closing
show in the Eden Roc's Cafe
Pompeii lasted until after 3 a.m.
Among applauding spectators was
Dinah Shore, who said "it was the
greatest show" she had ever seel
in a night club.
By Special Report
Fifteen-hundred delegates, rep-
resenting over 200,000 Sisterhood
members trom throughout the
United State-. Canada. Mexico
and Puerto Rico met this week
at Chicago's Sheraton Chicago
Hotel for the biennial convention
ol the National Women's League
of the United Synagogue of Amer-
ica,
The major topic of the conven-
tion was Ihe breakdown of moral
values in i s. communities.
An-ong those participating was
I Mrs. Harold Reinhard. 1631 Coral
Hate Dr.. president of the Florida
1 branch
The five-day program included
i workshops, symposiums, lectures
| and classroom study.
The convention was to adjourn
' the afternoon of Thursday. Oct.
28. The final meeting will be
' held in Jerusalem on May u. 1965.
with an address by GoWa Melr,
Israel's Minister for Foreign Af-
fairs.
Two panel discussions were de-
voted to the problems of com-
munication between the genera-
tions. Panelists included the not-
ed educator. Dr. Simon Green
I erg; Dr. .lack Weinberg, of Chi-
Beth Am Men
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Plans are also being made for
the annual father-child dinner,
which will be held in the audi-
torium on Wednesday evening.
NOV. 18. Arthur Lyons and Ar-
thur Jacowitz will co-chair the
dinner.
Max Raskin, president, has an-
nounced that Ben Clem is new
chairman of the Blood Bank.
brocade overblouse in silver was
worn over a black satin even-
ing >kirt by Mrs. Jules Freeman,
An ice blue crepe formal with
a matching stole was Mrs. Phil-
lip Scbift's choice for the even-
ing. Her bodice was in chan-
tilly lace with sequin trim. Mrs
Alan Kessler chose a black vel-
vet gown with a white silk Em-
pire bodice. Jet beads and tear
drops were scattered over her
bodice.
cago. a leading psychiatrist, konwn
for his significant research and
contribution in the field of geria-
trics and family relatlonrhips; and
the noted sociologist, Milton Him-
melfarb.
Part II of the Panel, Youth Re-
sponse, was directed by Dr. Mor-
ion Siegel. who has conducted the
United Syna.,1 p' Department
of Youth Activities for more than
a decade.
Another highlight of the four-
da) progawni was the production
of a socle-drama, 'And the Walls
Came Tumbling Down." written by
Mrs. Saul 1. TiplitI and presented
by the Hull House Theatre Croup.
Airs. Teplitz, vice president of the
National Women's League, is the
vile of Rabbi Saul Teplitz, of
Woodmere. L.I.
Many of the principal speakers
at the convention were Officials
ol the Jewish Theological Semi
nary. Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chan-
cellor Ol the Seminary, delivered
Ihe principal address on Monday.
Another highlight of the program
Mas an address by Dr. Bernard
Mandelbaum, provost of the Sem-
inary.
The National Women's League ot
the United Synagogue of Ameri-
ca was founded in New York City
in 1917. Today, the parent body
oi sisterhoods affiliated with Con-
servative synagogues lepresents
over 750 Sisterhoods with a com-
bined membership of 200.000 worn
en.
Supporting Alan King this sea-
son will be the Eden Roc Orches-
tra and a top dance team. As an
added attraction, negotiations are
now taking place for a popular
young singing star to appear with
Alan King ST.
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Judge Norman Miller, of Miami,
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;it a meeting of the Florida Muni-
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sonville on Oct. 23.
Judge J. David I.iehm.m. 0
Homestead, was elected secre
tary, and Judge Nachwalter, of
Miami. Associate Judge at Med
ley, was elected to the groups
Board of Directors.
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story. It also spotlights Sam
Goldfarb, brought to America
from Russia in 1905 ard reared
in Ihe ghetto of St. Louis, Mj.
Told in pithy vignettos, the
story of Go'dfarbs childhaod
and adolescence is a chronicle
of America in the early part
of the century.
book in .. re
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thoir backs, as well, epitomized
in the Sam Goldfarb Foundation,
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Judge Friedman
At Conference
judge Milton A. Friedman h -
ie ected as one of six n
in the State ol Florida to
r,t the s'taTe" in a threPdaj
;orkshop at Charleston. S.C.. on
let. 28 to 30, whi re he will be
consultant for the Southeas i
ference ol State Alcoholi
rams.
'I be Miami Municipal Conn
winch he Is Senior Judge, h IE
ceived national recognition
it- alcoholic rehabilitation pro-
gram. Mrs. Friedman will join
him later in the week in Colum-
bia to >ee their sin. Kenny, who
I is a junior at the Universit) of
i South Carolina.
Te~?le Nor Tamid Sisterhood will present a Mock Mcrrriaqe
m Sunday. Standing (left to right) first row are Mesdames
loset-h Feidman, Harry Paulshock, Joseph Sussman. Nathan
Friedman, Michael Glazier, Ben Avick. Mr. Ben Avick, direc-
' p. ;ivid Weiss, Leon Goldberger, Louis Gold, Pauline Fried-
Murray Kostoff, Monya Leshin. Bess Fine. Second row
>riaht ere Sam Smiles, Joseph Steinbeiger, Max Raskin,
ra'Posenfeld, Harry KaLtan, Irvinq Rubin, Dan Piver, Morris
life! Women's Division Meets to Map
fashion festival and Ambassador's Bdi
v ocational Sen ice; M iz r a c li i
Sfi uthea-t District; Mount Sinai
1; .-pit.ii. National Council "i
Jewish Women, Greater Miami
Section and Baj Dh Ision; Nation-
al Women'- Committee, Brandeis
University; Pioneer Women, Great-
er Miami Council ami all chapters;
Temple Sisterhood- led by a com-
mittee consisting of Ner Tamid,
Beth Sholom. Emanu-EI, Menorah,
Beth Torah, Beth Am. Beth Dav-
id, Beth El, /.ion; Women- Amer-
ican OUT, Southeastern Florida
Region and all chapter-; tinted
li a- Service; Young Women- He-
brew Association ot Greater
Miami.
Kornet, Phillip Randman, Jack Wolf. Sitting (left to right) are
Mesdames Herman Frank. Irving Berger, Geoige Trager. Wil-
liam Frankel, Jack Yasman. Max Katz, Al Kapp. Murray
Shaw, Georae Reese, Anna Bernstein. Bottom row (left to
right) are Mesdames Don Prichason, Alice Fincus. Jack
Meyers, Hennotta Fine and Seymour Horov/itz. Not shown
are Mesdames Louis Stallman, Riva Levin end Louis Cohen,
co-director.____
Women's Him
. i- Miami Israel
met at a cof-
at the Dora I
i bj lira. An-
chairman of
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Festival Lunch-
I, the Israel Bond
11 ui I the Ambas-
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stival Luncheon
uki place on Tues-
i ng the inter-
|i creations ol
lv\i- i and the lead-
11 gners, The Am-
[i stive highlight
tl > >r the patronage
Ihe I "I Florida and'
[the At Ol Israel, will bo
ii Di
II c i Offee last Wednes
: to leaders of the.
Israel Bo I Women's Division,
residents ol organizations
iterhoods representing Amer-
ican Jewish Congress; B'nai B'rith
Councils and Chapters of Miami.
Miami Beach, and North Dade;
lladassah, Miami Beach and Miami
ers; Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service; Jewish Home for
Aged, Greater Miami Auxiliary,
Junior Auxiliary and Miami Auxil-
iary; Jewish National Home for
Asthmatic Children, Council of
Pres dents and Chapters; Jewish
Discussed after the coffee was
the formation Of Committees of
Hosts and Patrons fiy the Fash-
ion Festival and the Ambassador's
Ball.
Women'.- Division Chairman
Mr-. Myers pointed out that there
will be no solicitation- at either
of these events.
The Fashion Festival "ill fea-
ture 15 models created by Yves
St. Laurent and will mark the
fiist time that St Laurent has
ever participated in an interna-
tional collection.
The Ambassador's Ball again
this year will feature the presen-
tation of young ladies-come-of-age
to the Ambassador of Israel and
I the Governor of the State in a col-
i orful ceremony "which serves as
' a symbolic bridge between the
young folk of our State and the
young State of Israel," she said.
Carol Burnett On
WYCG Sunday
The lirst segment of the high-
ly successful "Cadillac Sunday
Spectrum" on Station WVCG-FM
v ill feature Carol Burnett on Sun-
day, 7 p.m. Mi-s Burnett will
talk about her first suc<
(iiur Upon a Matties.-.'' and
current smash Broa Iwaj
F. de Oul -F ide In M
lions from both will be
The
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I ,. ell knov n architect. SI
nod the Huntington Hi rtford
rum and 1- currently at work
on a fine arts museum in Wash-
ington, a memorial to Presi
Kennedy.
Marie Landry, 14-year-old volunteer, was top honoree this
week at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Recognition Day for
working 100 hours in the Lobby Gift Shop. She was one of
60 teen-age volunteers who received pins, bars and merit
certificates for the after-school efforts. Shown are Assistant
Administrator Raymond Giossman. Marie, and Mrs. Irene
Fink, chairman of the day, during the pinning ceremonies.
Marie is a junior at Citrus Grove Junior High School and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Landry.
700 Hear Quentin Reynolds Hit Hard
At Prevailing Bad Taste in America
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Hotel Chain
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Morris Lansburgh. president of
Miami Beach Associated Hotels,
has announced promotion of Ted
Hankoff to the general manager's
post of the seven hotels in the
Miami Beach Division of the or-
ganization.
Miami Beach Associated Hotels
properties include the Deauville.
Sherry Frontenac. Casablanca.
Crown, Versailles. Saxony and
Sans Souci. all in Miami Beach.
The Flamingo Hotel and casino.
Las Vegas, Nov., is also owned-
and-operated by the Lansburgh
organization.
Hankoff has been managing di-
rector of the Sherry Frontenac
Hotel, since May, 1957. Pre-
viously he managed the Lom-
bardy and Monte Carlo Hotels,
both in Miami Beach.
Appointment of veteran hotel-
man Ben Shindler as managing
director of the Sherry Frontenac B'nai Raphael DlSCUSSIOH
has also been announced by LanS-
bUrgh. .u K.I
Shindler has been in the hotel
management field 25 years. Prior
to his appointment by Lansburgh,
he was executive manager of the
bands Hotel in Las Vegas.
Some 700 persons heard Quentin
Reynolds, v. or ld-renowned news-
man, author and lecturer, at the
Town Hall Forum at Temple Is-
rael on Tuesday.
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall intro-
duced Reynolds who discussed
"Bad Taste in America."'
Reynolds gave testimony to H.
L. Menken's lament of some
twenty years ago that "it's im-
possible to overestimate the bad
taste of the American public."
"Today." Reynolds said, "bad
taste is a sign that you're in."
Puncturing the myth that
America "is a nation of serious
readers," Reynolds said "the
public is fascinated by trash.
The paper back pornography has
mass appeal and the book of
poems that earns its author a
living wage is as obsolete as a
five cent fare."
An important serious play on
Broadway, he said, "is no com-
petition for a wrestling match at
Madison Square Garden
Reynolds added, "If there were
1 no such thing as bad taste, Hol-
lywood would invent it." And
j television is a wasteland whose
I concentrated projection of vio-
! lence contributes to juvenile de-
linquency. "But. I'm not asham-
ed Of the programs I do." said
Reynolds.
Reynolds, a war correspondent
who was expelled trom Germany
for speaking out against Hitler,
looked back with nostalgia "on an
America more honest than today,
on a people more religious, polite,
thoughtful than today today's gen-
eration."
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man Wouk, will be discussed.
Schroder Seeks
Public Defender
Post in Dade
Al Schrader is the Republican
Partj candidate tor the office of
Public Defender m next Tuesday's
election.
Schrader has been a practising
attorney in Dade County for 12
[years. He was educated at
Georgetown and the University of
Miami.
Married and the father of ten
1 children, he served 22 years in the
1 Naval Reserve. He took part
| throughout the entire hearings at
the Nuremberg Trial.
Active in the Republican Party
for ten years, Schrader has serv-
ed as precinct committeeman,
first vice president of Dade Coun-
ty Executive Committee and
executive director of the GOP
Campaign Committee.
Schrader believes "no man is
guilty until he is convicted by a
jury of the crime charged and un-
til conviction is upheld by the
I higher courts."
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' tmUtt ncrkftor,
Friday. October 30. lg
Intensive Care Unit Planned For Mt. Sinai
During Sabbath worship services last week. Rabbi Morris A.
..: .nstalled n officers and Board of Tiustees of Temple
d and Brotherhood. Left to light are Joseph
Krefetz president ol Temple Judea; Rabbi K.pper. spiritual
Mrs. Marvin Levin, Sisterhood president; and Albert
od president.
HIRMAN llOWITt
Couples Honored
By Bikur Cholim
At Family Dinner
liikur Cbolim of the Israelite
< i t'-i will hold its annual fam-
ily dinner on Sunday at 6 p.m.
in the Social Hall of the Center.
IM sw 24th Ter
' t-chairmen for the event are
ii I rael Isaka and Mrs. Isador
Suvcr Ticket co-chairmen are
Julius Steinberg and Mrs.
n uel Liven tein
li Jack Schwartz, president
i i o met that the dinner will
/ >i r Mi bnd Mrs, Lewis Pom-
antt and Mr and Mrs Chester
! i ei
Pomerantz i pre ildenl of the Is
lite Centi r, ami Leiter is vice
p e ildenl Mrs Leiter is Sister
km i preiident
Forte1 Tov/ers
Promotes llowite
Michael Forte', owner and
builder of Forte' Tower- Apart-
lei'- nth St. and West Ave
Miami Beach, ha- announced the
appointment and promotion of
Herman llowite from rental agent
'. general manager of the three-
building, l.ioo-apartment complex.
At the -ame time he announced
I the new models for Forte"
Towers North, at the site, 11th
and West Ave.. will be- ready for
viewing Nov. 1.
llowite, director of sales and
eneral manager of Forte' Towers,
been a real estat<*.Ji;ker in ,
Miami Beach for the^iast ten
year- and has held a brokers'
license for 45 years. Iowite has
handled many apartment houses
in Long Island and Florida In '
Long Island, he was considered!
one of the largest land dealers.
Forte', in his announcement,
praised llowite for the outstand-
ing job he has done. The iirst ]
Forte Towers Apartments have
been completely rented, and over
iliKi applications have been accept-
ed for Forte' Towers North sche-
duled to open Dec. 1ST.
Ted Slack
Lists Platform
Ted ('. Slack is a candidate for
the Florida Legislature from Group
Is.
Slack received the Miami Jay-
cee Award as "Outstanding Young
Man Of Miami in 1961." He serves
on the Dade County School Board
Quality Education committee.
Slack is a Navy veteran and
1 graduate of Hade County schools,
R well as the University of
Miami.
The candidate says he is for
"annual sessions of the legisla-
ture
Stanley C. Myers, senior partner in the law firm of Myers,
Heiman and Kaplan, and a director of Mijmi's new United
National Bank, is pictured (right) at the htm!' openinq with
Frank Smothers Jr., president of United National, and Frank
E. McKinney, board chairman of the American Fletcher Na-
tional Bank of Indianapolis, who is here at'endinq the Amer-
ican Bankers Assn. convention.
A nev addition to
tii 1 -


thi
provjdi
. ly ill patiei It h u -
pei ializi at selected to
il the and is -taffed
ith trained nursing and bouse
I 1 nel w ho function on
24-hour ba
Abes explained that patients
are admitted to the Surgical In-
ter.-ive Care Unit on recommen-
dation of their physicians, and
that a concentration of resources,
life-saving devices and trained
personnel available on a min-
ute-to-minute basis often are the
difference between life and
death for acutely ill and ser-
iously injured patients.
The nine bed- in the unit are
constructed with specially-equip-
ped pedal control- to permit rais-
i ing and lowering at many angles,
and above each bed are four
types of lights, ranging from a
night light to a highly-concentrat-
ed flood to permit the doctor to
do emergency minor surgery.
Huh powered outlets for pace-
makers, defibrilators. and other
emergency type equipment is at
1 ich bedside. Various electronic
and medical devices, as well as
special drugs, are ready for in-
stant use to further assure the
United National
Opens With
Dignitaries Present
Miami's new I'nited National
Bank opened for business Mon-
day following a brief ceremony
attended by Secretary of the
Treasury C. Douglas Dillon and
Chairman of the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation, Joseph W.
Barr.
Many of the nation's leading
bankers, including David Rocke-
feller, ol New York's Chase Man-
hattan Bank, were also expected
lor the opening, according to
United National President Frank
Smathers Jr.
Downtown Miami's first new
bank in 11 years officially open-
ed when Smathers climbed a
guilded latter to start the hands
moving on a huge ceramic clock
which dominates the bank's lob-
by. The clock, a United Na-
tional trademark, was created
especially for the bank by Kay
Pancoast, nationally acclaimed
Miami ceramist and wife of
United National Director Rus-
sell T. Pancoast, prominent
Miami architect.
United National is located on
Biscaync Blvd. and SF. First St.,
In what Smathers describes as "the
core of the South Florida finan-
cial district."
"Our decision to open a new
bank here represents a S3 million
vote of confidence in the future
or downtown Miami and the an-
tire Dade County area," Smath-
ers said.
fomplele banking services are
Offered at United National, in-
cluding a trust department, safe-j
ty deposit vaults, loan depart
merit, drive-in and walk-up teller
lities, a night depository and
one ol ihc most comprehensive
I* partments in the South.
Adult Education Session
Second in u series ol five semin
an sponsored by the Temple Sinai
Adult Education Committee will be |
held on Sunday evening, 8 :iii p.m.
Dr. David Crowell win speak on i
major illness, part of the overall
series on "Judaism and Modern
Medicine."
of the patient. iac Intensive Care i_*ni| ,.
in addtti n. a new .'.: ir retrUy being com) 1
JEWS SHOULDN'T
BE MISLED ABOUT
GOLDWATER
DEAR EDITOR:
I am perturbed bj I nl repetiton of ...1
libel 1 'I ith "political intent against Senat
accusing him of
1 Being an anti Si iti
2 Bein s I
3 I'.- in r happy
May I appeal to you to right a wrong against th<
able Senator that we Jews have so tragically and undi 1
suffered during the ages. It behooves us more than air.
people not to commit the unpardonable sin.
I MOST EMPHATICALLY DENY the accusation of anti-
Semitism, and beg to call your attention to statements 1
and privately mark- by the Senator during the past dec. li
On Sept. 25, 1952. Senator Goldwater wrote to an V
constituent. I believe that when this country distributes Its
foreign aid funds, that one of its considerations should I the
interest of the recipient countries in our Ideas ol demoer
and certainly Israel conforms in every respect."' ar,d pri
to say the United States "was responsible for Israel's en
and must be responsible for the country's protection."
On March 15. 1960. the Senator spoke in the senat<
Citing the aid given to United Arab Republic-. In early 195-1
Arizona constituent filed a petition with Senator Goldv
against U.S. military aid to Iraq and th Sena toe.,'replied ...
follows: "We should he extremely cautious about inject
ourselves into the alfairs of small nations that may, result in
more serious overall consequences that would exist witii our
intercession." In 1951. he joined with more than 150 hQUSi
members in endorsing the original legislation to grant aid to
Israel. In 1954 he protested against sending arms to Iraq
IT IS COMMON KNOWLEDGE that Senator Goldwater has
repeatedly declared publicly that he is proud of his Jewish
ancestry. Senator Goldwater has been accused of having left
the Jewish people. There is no truth in that assertion The
Senator is not an apostate from Judaism. He was born a Chris
tian.
The accusation that he is a Fascist is both false and ridic-
ulous. A Fascist is one who believes in a system of govern
ment characterized by rigid one-party dictatorship under a
highly centralized national government controlling labor and
capital.
Senator Goldwater stands for just the opposite of such
belief. He believes in the free enterprise and free organized
labor and against too much centralization in the national gov-
ernment.
THE ACCUSATION OF BEING trigger-happy is most vicious.
The Senator has lived a life of a man of peace and dedication
to this country. He has repeatedly emphasized the fact that he
believes that peace can only be maintained visa-vi the Communist
movement by strength and expressed fear that weakness might
bring on a war, encouraging the Communists to believe that
they can win.
Let it be understood that it is not un-American to be for
the principles of government that Senator Goldwater stands for
and that it is not un-American to stand for the principles of
government President Johnson stands for.
SENATOR GOLDWATER WISHES to slow down, if not stop,
the process of becoming a welfare state that has for its aims
to take care of the individual from cradle to grave, and thus,
according to bis contention lose personal liberties we enjoy
as masters of our destinies It is every Americans right to agree
or disagree with him. To differ is the prerogative of every iree
American. To pervert the truth la to build a road to slaves)
and to the loss of political freedom.
I fervently beg of you to publish this fetter In the frrteresf
of truth and justice For where there is no truth, there can be
no justice.
LEON J. ELL
14S1 N. Bayshore Drive
Pd Pol, v.h
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October 30. 1964
fJenisli FhrkMan
Page 13-B
gobert Gersten
Cynthia Stiff
Robert Nacron
]$ar Robert Nacron
Bar Mitzvah of Robert Nacron
be Observed at Beth Torah
Kagregation during services con-
Lcterl h> Rabbi Max A. Lip-
[chit: 011 Saturday morning, Oct.
In the eighth grade at Norland
tunior High, where he is drum-
ier in the ~i hool band, the cele-
brant 'iD continue his Jewish
education in the filth grade of the
Ifbrcw class at the congregation's
leikiuu- School, where his sister
a member of the Confirmation
las-'.
Robert l- the son of Mr. and
Ur- Julian Nacron. 196-10 NE 12th
St., and grandson of Emanuel
idv. Miami Beach. Attending
ony will be a great
>r. Margolis
tt PTA Meeting
Dr. Leonard Margolis, board
member ol the Dade County Opto-
hetric Association, addressed'
Jhc PTA meeting of Avocado
|chool in Homestead.
He -puke on "Eye Care in j
thildren" a. part of a health and j
(afety panel
Dr. Margolis is chairman of the.
bCOA's Motorist's Vision and |
pighway Safety Committee, and a
pember of the Speakers' Bureau.
uncle, Benjamin Najkron. of Tel
Aviv.
*
Roberta Shacter
Roberta, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Shacter, 840 NE 171st
Ter., will observe her Bas Mitz-
vah at Beth Torah Congregation
on Friday evening. Oct. 30. Rab-
bi Max A. Lipschitz will conduct
the service, and Cantor Ben-Zion
Kirchenbaum will chant the lit-
urgy.
Roberta has attended Beth
Torah Religious School for the past
five years, and is in the graduat-
ing Hebrew class. She plays the
flute in the band at John P. Ken-
nedy Junior High School.
Among relatives who will attend
the ceremony are grandparents,1
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kronetz and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shacter.
*
Rita Rosinek
Rita Celeste, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Rosinek, 1917 SW
17th Ave., will observe her Bas
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,!
Oct. 31. at Beth David Congrega-
tion. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
and Cantor William Lipson will
officiate.
An eighth grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High, Rita is
interested in music and drama,
and is a member of the school
chorus and Future Teachers of
America.
The celebrant has attended Beth
David Religious School for five
years and is now in the graduat-
ing class and belongs to the Tem-
ple chapter of United Synagogue
Youth.
*
Linda Koenigsberg
First Bas Mitzvah ceremony at
Israelite Center will be held Fri-
day evening, Oct. 30, when Linda
Koenigsberg participates in the
service and pre-ent-. a paper on
Personalities that Shaped Jewish
Life." Rabbi S. T. Swirsky will
ofliciate.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Koenigsherg, Linda is a graduate
of the Center's Religious School.
She is a ninth grade honor stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
and a member of the school
chorus.
5 > *
Cynthia Blitt
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
officiate at services on Friday
evening, Oct. 30, in Beth David
Synagogue, when Cynthia Blitt,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
Blitt, becomes Bas Mitzvah.
Cynthia is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High,
a member of Future Teachers of
America, belongs to the Honors
Algebra Class. She plays piano,
and is active in bowling, dancing,
drama and swimming activities.
A student in the Beth David
Religious School since the first
grade, the celebrant is now in the
Hebrew graduating class.

Robert Sobie
Saturday morning services, Oct.
31. at Temple Menorah will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of Robert
Sobie, with Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz oiliciating.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Rafael
Sobie. Robert was eight years old
v h 'n his parents, fleeing Cuba,
came to Miami Bei'Xi where they
joined Temple Menorah.
They have since become active
in Cuban Jewish organizations
and help other Cuban Jews inte-
grate themselves into the com-
munity.
* 4 *
Robert Gersten
Robert Mark, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Harry J. Gersten, will be
' Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Oct. 31,
. during morning services conduct-
| ed by Rabbi Leon Kronish at
i Temple Beth Sholom.
The celebrant is in the eighth
grade at Nautilus Junior High and
attends the Temple's Religious
School. An outstanding athlete, he
won a letter in track, an award
i for highest percentile in physical
j fitness and now plays football for
; the Optimists.
A reception in honor of the
Bar Mitzvah will be held on Sat-
urday evening at the Deauville
Hotel. His grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Isidore of Brooklyn,
; N.Y. will be here for the occa-
! sion.
r. Pushkin
t Conference
Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, local
tometrist, represented the Dade
unty Optometric Association at
national meeting of the Amer-
n Optometrists Committee on
cational Guidance in Washing-
, DC. recently.
\ first vice president of the
irida Optometric Association,
is a member of the state unit's
|ri^et and Long-Range Planning
pmitteos, and has headed the
ie Vocational Guidance Com-
h v for several years.
Bank
tach
lects Payne
Payne Jr.. has been
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'I a director and executive
sident of the Miami B^ach
National Hank, according
nouncement by the board.
W the > a :n e
ime. the hoard
mnounced its in-
ention to elect
'ayne to the of-
ne of president
t its January,
9o\"> meeting.
Pa) ne. w h o
ill assume his
titles Nov. 16,
tomes to Miami
Beach from Wat
Conn., where he has been
iated with the Colonial Bank
Trust Company since 1950,
recently as executive vice
pdent and a director.
>ne has been prominent in
organizations in both Water-
ed Wood bury. Conn., includ-
is present service as a mem-
"I the Citizens' Action Com-
f l" which he was appointed
aterbury Mayor Joseph He-
Most recently, he served
airman of the Economic Op-
ni'y Workshop, which was
ry to the preparation of the
<>f Waterbury's application
financial assistance under the
verty Bill."
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Page 15-B
m
IALMAN ABRAMON
each Zionists
[Jate Election,
tuest Speaker
election meeting of the
Emi"Beach District of the Zion-
Hon of America was
[take place on Thursday even
L 8:15 pm at the Shelborne
lid. |
I ,n to (he election of
|jce, : Board of Director-.
Committee was to
[, district's annual "Re-i
Israel' program.
| Gu speaker way to be S.
ilma- Abramov, member of
he Ifid Knesset and one of
}ie o.'standing attorneys of Tel
viv. Abramov is a graduate of
JtaJl College in Tal Aviv
nd net a law degree from West-
^n R serve University.
. .i member of the Israel
.sociation. one of the lead-
the Israel Liberal Party.
- member of the World
Action- Committee. He
tten ividel) in both Hebrew
glish on political, economic
rtign affairs.
Her. president of the dis-
3s to present a brief re
i the recent national con-
: the ZOA held in Wash-
I C. and inithne some ot
ights Hi the event. The
open t<> the public, was
bring to Greater Miami
Israeli color film-
Inter-Chapter
Debate Held Here
On Sunday morning, the Senior
United Synagogue Youth Group of
: Temple Emanu-EI hosted an
' inter-chapter debate with the
, USY of Hollywood's Temple Sinai
' on the subject. "Should a Jew
Support a Jewish Candidate?"
Participants were Susan Carrol
and Mark Bunim, Temple Emanu-
EI: Larry Finkelstein and Bruce
Sokler. Temple Sinai. Service at
, 10 a.m. preceded the break
fast and program
The Temple's Junior USY
Group also met on Sunday
at Emanu-EI's North Branch
Building, 77th St. and Dickens
Ave., at 12:30 p.m. The pro-
gram featured a luncheon
and "Paper Bag Dramatics," in
which members will participate.
Senior High School students were
invited to attend the breakfast.
and seventh, eighth and ninth
graders were invited to the
uncheon,
DR. MORTON SOBU
JWY Appoints
New Executive
Max Drewich
Dies at Age 85
Long-time resident Max Drew-
ich. 420 SW 62nd Ct, died Oct. 23
at the age of 85.
Mr. Drewich came here 38 years
ago from Omaha. Neb., was
founder of the Greater Miami
Jewish Cemetery Association, and
founder and president of Beth El
Congregation.
He also served as president of
Beth Kodesh Congregation and
was a member of B'nai B'rith
and the Hebrew Free Loan Asso-
, ciation.
Surviving are two sons. Barney,
i of Omaha, and Ben. of Miami; two
daughters. Mrs. Lillian Weiss and
I Mrs. Ruth Silverman. both of
Miami; three sisters. Mrs. Sarah
Levine, of Miami, Beulah and
Ruth Drewich. of Chicago; nine
grandchildren, and 17 great-grand- r
children.
Services were held Oct. 25 at
Gordon Funeral Home.
MAX DgfWICH
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The congregation's youth pro-
mam Is under the direction of
Dr. Irving l.elirman Marshall
Baltuch is in charge of both USY
groups. Mrs. Murrj Maisel. chair-
man ot the Youth Commission, and
her committee will serve.
Miamians Named
To Board Here
General contractor Robert M
Merrill and home builder Martin
Woolin have been elected members
of the Board of Directors of Miami
Data Processing Center. Inc..
president Malcolm Witt announced
today.
Merritt and Woolin join five
other Greater Miami businessmen
on the boaal. They include, in-
dition to Witt, Paul Fashe. chair-
man of the board. Jerome Witt,
kite president. Landon Haynes,
: and Samuel Seitlin
|ank Slates
ligh Interest
. Directors of the Univer-
sal Bank of Coral Gable-
[ 1 that, effective Oct. 1,
I'' r. nt ipteiest paid to its
|vuu>> depositors is four
per annum, compounded
karterl on funds remaining on
kpo.-i: .2 month- and over.
I'm mds remaining on deposit
!> than 12 months, the rate will
fc thro- and one half per cent.
lAHsfi" E. Thoinnson, president,
lid : increased rate is the
Mximum that may be paid by
|n>' bank that U a member of the
ederal Reserve System.
Pioneers to Mark
40th Anniversary
By Special Report
The official launching of Pio-
neer Women's 40th Anniversary
Year took place at the open-
Mi- session of the organization's
Cast Coasl area conference on
Sunday in New York City. Mrs.
Blanche Fine, national president.
announced today.
Marie Syrkin. professor of hu-
manities at Brandeis University,
author and editor of the Jewish
Frontier, and chairman of Pio-
neer Women's 40th Anniversary
Year, delivered the major ad-
dress to 200 delegates attending
the two-day conterence.
Mrs. Fine presented Pioneer
Women's Anniversary plans for ex-
panding its social program in Is-
rael and increasing its education-
al and cultural activities in the
United States
By Special Report
Dr. Morton .1. Sobel has been I
appointed assistant national exec-
utive director and national pro-
gram and membership director of
the Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A., it has been announced by
Monroe R. Sheinberg, national
executive director.
A native of Detroit. Mich, Dr.
Sobel received his Bachelor oi'
Arts, Master of Arts and Doctor
ol Education degrees from Wayne
Slate University. He was also
granted an honorary Doctor of
Humane Letters degree by Great
Lakes College.
A former college professor,
teacher and educational adminis-
trator, Dr. Sobel has been active
as a volunteer in the intergroup
i relations field for more than 25
: years. He was formerly Michigan
| regional director for the Anti-
I Defamation League and has head-
I ed the ADL's National Depart-
i ment of Colleges and Universities.
Prior to joining the JWV Na-
tional Staff. Dr. Sobel was a con
sultant to the United States Civil
Rights Commission.
League Reveals
Music Contest
Miami Beach Music and Arts
League announces a scholarship
award contest for a violin and a
viola donated in the memory ot
the late Charles K. Davis. En-
trants must be 25 years or young
er, and residents of Dade Coun-
ty
Judges will be Michael Rosen-
ker, violinist and concert master
of the University of Miami Sym-
phony; Victor Stern, principal
violinist of the University of Mi-
, ami Symphony, and professor of
viola at the University's School
of Music; Dr. Fabien Sevitzky.
conductor of the University of
Miami Symphony; and Dr. Wil-
liam F. Lee. Dean of the School ot
Music. University of Miami.
GREENFIELD, Helen K., SO, of 1694
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Democratic Club
Meeting Held
Democratic Club of Miami Beach
met Wednesday. 8 p.m.. at the
i Shelborne Hotel.
Guest speakers presented talks
on "A Must for a Complete
1 Democratic Victory."
, Speakers included Democratic
nominees to elective office Nov.
I 3.
i Ed Seney. of The Miami Beach
Sun discussed "The Press' Role
in an Election." Club President
Wally Cluck gave a final re-
port on a -Get Out the Vote" pro-
ject.
Tributes throughout the na-
tion are being planned in
memory of tddie Cantor who
died earlier this month at the
age of 72. Mr. Cantor was
active in many Jewish organ-
izations. "He had," declared
The New York Times in its
own editorial tribue, "a spe-
cial place in New York
hearts, for he was born on
the lower East side, and strug-
gled to stardom in all kinds
of New York halls and the-
aters until he hit Broadway
with as Florenz Ziegfeld put
it, 'the largest salary ever
given to a comedian in the
history of the world'." De-
clared the Times: "He was
worth it."
Education Will
Get the Benefit
Education in Israel will benefit
from the dinner being held under
the auspices of Mizrachi-Hapoe!
Il.iini/r.u in on Jan. 17 at the Deau
ville Hotel.
Honorary chairman of the af
fair is Miami Beach Councilman
Hyman P. Galbut.
General chairman is Abe Aran-
off, assisted by Sol Rashin. na-
tional representative; Rev. Joseph
Krantz. president of the local
chapter; Jack Ciment and Rabbi
A. Safin, vice presidents: and
Rev. Solomon Cooper.
lorber Chapter Coffee
Lorber Chapter. Children's Asth-
ma Research Institute and Hos-
pital, held its annual Presi-
dent's Coffee to honor Lorber
President Mr.-. Gerald Klugerman
and new members on Tuesday, 10
6.m., at the home of Mrs. Leslie
Silverman. 1MI SW 84th Ct. The
chapter is now supporting nine
1 Dade County children who are be-
I ing treated at the Hospital-Home.
Parkinson Institute Party
Women's Division of the Park-
inson Institute is having a games
party on Thursday. Nov. 12. 1
p.m.. at the Deauvifle Hotel. Prizes
will be given and refreshments
served.
Segal Named
To New Term
LEGAL NOTICE
I-_________:
i tiey re smiling because it's after schooland
JP aiter-school clubs at the Haifa Community
enter, the first religious community center in
rael s major port city, are fun. Thirty hobbv
jfioups and clubs for youngsters are among
ii^g^grtei^oColden Aqer programs of the
Robert M. Segal, planning con-
sultant of the Welfare Planning
Council of Dade County, has!
been appointed to serve a two- i
year term as a member of the
National Association of Social
Workers Public Relations Com-
mittee.
A graduate of the University
of Pittsburgh. Segal is also
chairman of the South Florida
Chapter of the NASW, a profes-
sional organization of 38,500
social workers in the United
States.
The Public Relations Commit-
tee's major responsibility is
center, which was built and is operated jointly p|aiinjngi developing and imple
by the Mizrachi Women's Organization of nesting the public relations pro-
America and the Mizrachi Women's Organiza- gram of the association, and ac-
tion of Canada. More than 1,500 attend week- tivities designed to increase
i public understanding of the pro-
.ession.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOT DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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ami tile ih- >:i,ii-- in dunlloate attd aa
pn>vlded ui Section 7'.: 16, Klorida
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jj, Florida, Friday. October 30, 1964
Section C
liami's Federation Director Looks
it Jewish Immigration Needs Today
By ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN
Eculive Director Gerater
Miami Jewish Federation
iju\ k I shared with you
ipc e experiences I had
ma recent Irp lo Europe and
srael. : ting yon to some of the
isited, and giving you
n! some of the people
place- I
|; (limp
11 net
I n..\eled with Fred K.
[Slu'chc' publisher ol The Jew*
[i,h Floridian In Italy, we
i way among too fam-
lilies who were traveling in a
locked railroad car from Rome
f|0 Naples, to board a boat which
mould take them to Israel. One
[ol ill' travelers was Air. Myers,
[Si year* old. With him was his
Iwife and his 19-year-old son. in
the Iron Curtain country from
which Mr. Myers came, he built
hou-in. projects What he will
rio when he gets to Israel he
know, but he will find a
waj
Prim Possession
lour months preceding his
' lo Rome, Mr. Myers and
lily subsisted on the kind-
relatives, because as
il was known that he
his visa, he was
icn notification to move out
ent and to give up
a letter tor Mr Myers'
i" in [srael whom
nd lor this Mr. Myers
hal was one of his
ssiona pack of cig-
in his native land.
Mr i basic concern was
on should grow up in
-.iiiii' car was an oil
rker, his wife, and two
! 11 en.
e next compartment was
technician, about 30
Hi- wife was carrying
I baby He wanted to
' hether he could find work
ael i assured him that
uld, because there was
-killed people.
ame compartment was
ir-old butcher with his
nid three children Tweii-
years ago, he belonged
-I youth movement, but
ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN
Fred K SliocJifl publisher oj
Tlic /,-!(: li Floridian and Ar>
tlllir S. Ki'Mi'l.ni. I'M, Kill f .li-
rei toi i | the Gn ate' Miami
]eu i IV i. ration u
unite) to participate in ilie in-
I Al Israel Airlines
flight from Tel Ai it to Sofia,
Bulgaria. He ten itl i- the Ijw
hi a iu- '-pan tenet bj Mi Ron
cliaii on hit impression! of die
trip mid flif iiiimtfrratiini ItMIU
of European Jewry. Both Mr
i I u nd Mr Rosichan jet-
a El Al .ill rhe tea\
since that time, he had nothing
t i do with bis own people except
those who lived in the same
small town where he lived. Pres-
sures were built up so. he told
me, that It was impossible for
him to continue living there, an i
he had made up his mind to ap-
ply for a vi-.,i and to gel out,
Both Cars Locked
While Mr. Shochet talked to
people i" one car. I talked to
people in another Both wei:
locked to prevent illegal exit
from the train,
A woman from Stetton, for-
merly Germany, now Poland,
told me that she would tind
something to do in Israel. How-
ever, il was the thought that her
children would have a way of
growing up as Jews in a Jewish
environment that motivated her
and her husband to make the
move, even though they were
both past 40.
No Alternative
The older people on the train
were quiet, reserved and had a
troubled look on their faces. One
old gentleman asked me whether
there was anything for him to do
in Israel because he was 67
years old I told him that Is-
rael would welcome him regard-
less of his age, because all Jews
are welcome there, and that he
probably would find something
to do because he was skilled. But
in any event, he didn't have to
worry because housing and food
and an allowance for living pur-
poses would be provided for him.
How did it feel. I asked, to
leave a country where one was
born and had lived all one's life,
to go to a new land? The answer
was that everybody was concern-
ed, but that the letters they had
received from their relatives and
their friends indicated that al
though the first year would be
very ciT.rlcult, as soon as they
learned the language, life would
be more pleasant. It was impos-
sible, they said, to remain where
they were because it was ob-
vious that they weren't wanted.
A young man of 21 asked for
my map of Israel because he
wanted to know something about
the country in which he was *o-
ing to live. He was a craftsman
whose parents were on the train,
and althoough he knew he would
have to support them, he had
heard that life was good for liie
young in Israel
The inevitable blue tattoo
showed up on the arm of a wom-
an ol about .40 who. with her
husband, a 16-year-old son, and
12-year-old daughter formed part
of the group, We could have re-
mained where we were, she said,
but the children wanted to go
to Israel: and this was reaffirm-
ed by tiio son. both in Yiddish
and French. "My husband is a
Continued on Page 3-C
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o serve on the committee in formation for the Hamerschlag, Oida C. Rubin, and A
'ami Hlimnnilior R,,;M;n,* AXnnr^r ^r* Mmt 9 c. nor MBiiBm fitrmHinn (iinriB- linVit} is
vn me committee in tormaiion tor tne namerscniag, uiaa v_. nuDin, ana nnna Bren-
k""Qni1 Humanities Buildinq dinner on Nov. 25 ner Meyers. Standing (upper light) is Seymour
W' 'he American Friends of the Hebrew Uni- Fishman, national executive vice president of
Mty are (left to right standing) Nathan Nash, the American Friends, who met with-the com-
uis Hirsch and Herbert S. Shapiro. Seated mittee to discuss plans.
i
The week of Oct. 19 to 24 was designated by Metro Com-
mission as official "Work a Day for JFK" Week for all young
citizens of Dade County. Mayor Chuck Hall, shown with
Work a Day Chairman Herman Stein, signs the proclamation
encouraging the youth of the community to work one day, or
some portion of their spare time, and contribute their earnings
to the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library. All young con-
tributors will receive a personal note of thanks from Mrs.
Jacqueline Kennedy and also have their names entered on
the Library's permanent roster. Stein, divisional manager of
Food Fair Stores., reports that the biq supermarket chain is
cooperating in the campaign by distributing some two million
entry blanks and informational material through its outlets in
ten states.
Emanu-El Sisterhood reviews membership tea. Left to right
are Mrs. Harry Brick, Mrs. Michael Sossin, Mrs. Theodore
Zalles, Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, Mrs. Frank Schneider, and
Mrs. Robert R. Frank. Committee members (not shown) are
Mrs. Irving Cypen and Mrs. Seymour Rubin. Annual mem-
bership tea was held on Wednesday. 1 p.m., at the Seville
Hotel, according to Mrs. Shapiro, president. Hiqhliqht of the
afternoon was a musical, "What Makes Sadie Run," written
and directed by Trixie Levin. Cast had Mesdames Barbara
Bessey, Elliott Harris, Sol Koeniq, Murry Koretzy, Harry A.
Levy, Dave B. May, Rocky Pomerance, Doris Rosenfeld, Mar-
tin Smith, Morris Tarasow and Milton Weinkle. Choreoq-
rapher was Mrs. Bessey, and Mrs. Millie Draizar wa: accom-
panist. Dr. Irving Lehrman welcomed the group.
Miami Plans Humanities Building to Go
Up on New Campus of Hebrew University
Announcement of the formation
of a committee for the Nov. 25
Miami Humanities Building Din-
ner of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University was made
fhis week by .lack S. I'opick. pres-
ident of the South Florida Division
ot the Friends.
In keeping with a national pro-
gram for the erection of addition-
al much-needed facilities on the
Glvat Ram campus of the Hebrew
University, Miami will sponsor
the construction of a $300,000
building in the Humanities com-
plex
The committee, representing a
cross-section of leadership of
Greater Miami, met this week in
the Crystal House to see the
plans for the projected building.
Joan Field, the noted violinist,
spoke of her recent visit on the
Jerusalem campus of the He-
hrBw I Inivpr^itv
She stressed the expanding needs
of Israel's great educational insti-
tution which has recently added
a department of musicology and
is currently contemplating the
establishment of a school of vet
erinarian medicine to be added
to the many facilities and schools
now in existence.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash, just
returned from an extended visit
it, Israel, said that during their
tour of the Hebrew University
campus, they promised to em-
phasize to Miamians the urgency
of a Miami facility on the campus
Louis B Rudnick. vice president
of the South Florida Chapter, and
founder ol the new campus, de-
scribed the existing Humanites
buildings, which he visited on his
last trip to Israel. The Miami
Building will adjoin the Yosel
Sprinzak Building for the lnsti
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federation Director Looks at Jewish Immigration
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. tt0rker. and he will find
;;;,:, l0 ,,,, she said, -and
Xve worked enough in my life-
:,"; ... lhal I. too, will find
cork
Warm Greeting
,ere i-as .1 sad-looking at-
tractive eirl of 26 who had no
-litives even in Israel. Through
-,,.r friend, l learned that she
.hl worked in a dross factory
md lhal she felt there was no
.ul,ir,. there for her. She was
tired "i 'he jeers and insults of
her fellow workers and felt that
igrael she would find peace
and possibly a husband.
In Naples, we were met by
u.,.. which took us to a hotel,
me ol those being used by the
Jewish \gency to house refugees
n then ay to Israel. We were
| net warmly by three Israelis
rlio spoke the language of the
newcomers and who took the
irtunity, the moment
he, e seated at lunch, to
explain to them when the boat
lould leave, how long they would
remain in Naples, and how they
iould be processed aboard ship,
.(} that the moment they landed
-hey would be sent to their :ination.
In Paris, it was another group
,l the same type There was a
odging house in the Asil. whore
[win dormitories housed Tunisian
oi for women and chil-
dren and the other for men. On
Ihe ground floor was a restau-
served l.OOO newcom-
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dormitory i30 by 30' housed
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Among the people here were
a banker. an insurance man, a
leather worker, and one who had
his own business and employed
five people. Because they were
French through orientation and
cuture, although not French na-
tionals, this latest movement of
Tunisians is coming to Fiance
where it is joined by the Alger-
ians and Moroccans who have
elected to remain in France. Be-
cause they are not French na-
tionals, they are treated as for-
eign workers and must secure
working papers but cannot get
them until they have a job con-
tract,
Housing is Scarce
Housing in Pans is scarce and
high. We went to the slums
where most of the newcomers
stay while they are attempting
to integrate themselves in this
new land. Slums of Paris are
older than American slums, and
aren't torn down as fast. Their
living conditions are not good,
but their children go to school;
their husbands work, and even-
tually they, too. will find the
proper type of housing.
All of this costs money. The
fare from the Iron Curtain coun-
try is $116 to Home or Naples
Lodging for a day for an indivi-
dual in one of the six hotels that
the JDC and the Jewish Agency
maintain in Naples is a S4 a da\.
including meals. There were
8(H) newcomers in Naples the day
we were there. The cost in
maintenance alone, while waiting
for a boat, is $3200 a day.
Privileged Meeting
In France, we received no
breakdown of costs. Figure out
yourself what 1,000 plain but
well-cooked and well served
meals cost when made available
three times a day. I
In Switzerland, we learned
from I'nited Hias and Joint Dis-
Gelfer Opens Office
Andrew A. (Jeller. chartered
life underwriter, announces the
opening of his office at Suite 603.
Gulf Building. Coral Cable- Gel-
lor was formerly assistant gen-
eral agent with Bernard Lit man
and Associates.
This Emblem
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Firms of prestige lir the lusies
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FIRMS INTERESTED IN
"WORSHIP, PLEASE CAU
tribution Committee workers the
overseas picture of the Jew in
Europe, and because of a for-
tuitous circumstance. I was priv-
ileged to attend the Fund-Rais-
ing Committee meeting of the
Standing Conference of European
Jewish Community Services.
Here were respected European
leaders from Paris, -nitwerp.
Holland, and Switzerland, meet-
ing together to discuss their own
problems concerned with better
fund-raising in their own coun-
tries from those who have mon-
ey, so that they might meet the
problem of those who do not.
particularly in France and in
Italy, where the situation is very
precarious. They admit that
were it not for American help.
they could not meet the problems
of those in need in their own
countries.
We came away impressed with
the quality of the people going
to Israel and coming into France.
We were elated by the optimism
that their children will lead a
better life than they had led
I became cognizant again of
the deep concern and the psy-
chological effect of the problems
of up-rooting which ar so for-
eign to us as Americans. We
uproot ourselves to move to an-
other community for better jobs.
These people are uprooting then.
-elves after generations of life
Dade State Representative
MARY ANN MacKENZIE
says-
"A VOTE FOR BURNS
ISAVOTEFORDADE"
The bigger Dade's Vote
is for Governor, the
stronger Dade's Voice
will be at Tallahassee
CAST YOUR VOTE FOR
HAYDON BURNS
FOR GOVERNOR
...and make sure Dade
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in their own land without any re-
sources, without any ability to
turn into cash what they pain
stakingly worked for all their
lives, so that they may find free-
dom and opportunity for their to our Greater Miami Combm-
ehildren. ed Jewish Appeal would b
greater.
Our Contribution-------------------------------------"
the cost Of the newcomers who
come there. We with our own
material well being, meet only
one-third.
I wish that every Jew in Miami
could have the same opportun-
ity that I had to talk to the new
immigrants. I think that hope-
fully the response to I'.fA and
Difficult as their problems
were, the people to whom I talk-
ed know that in Israel they will
find a warm welcome. They
know they are going to a coun-
try which is concerned about
them and that they can there1
build a better life for their chil-
dren and for the children who
come after them.
American Jewry's contribution
to their care has been magnifi-
cent but insufficient. Some 60.-
000 people will come into Israel
this year. The cost of transpor-
tation and initial housing ad-
justment is $1,000 per person for
the first year, and carries over
another SC0O the second year.
Pure mathematics shows that
moving 60.000 newcomers to Is-
rael at SI.600 per head amounts
to $96,000,000. which American
Jewry has not been giving to
the I'.IA yearly.
That is why, despite the tre-
mendous defense program of Is-
rael, the terrific taxation, and
its economic problems, Israel still
must herself moot two-thirds of
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ISAVOTEFORDADE"
Tf oiiuer Oade's Vote
S for Governor, the
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ill be at Tallahassee
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HAYDON
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Friday.
October 30. 1964
* Jewish ncrkttan
Page 5-C
IOUS
&
ervices
J his Weekend

AHAVAT
T.ON "'
Cjnlor I
tMSHI
Const"
iSfAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
R.iboi Isaac Ever.
SHALOM CONGREGA
SW 67th Ave. Orthodox,
rael Kerahner.
|| B. 2o33 SW 19th Ave.
cctm c IO. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
" ,: R.iboi Norman N. Shapiro.
Captor iVilHam W. Lipson.
rum Sdltsvah '">"-
,,l Mi .in.l Mrs I i
i|;i\ a a in. lias Mit/.-
il Mi and Mm
1

CANDIEUGHT/NG TIME
24 Heshvan 5:21 p.m.
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mias.
rltlaj "i p.m. Saturdas B:$0 a.m.
nriiion: "Tru Kindnewf."
ui-day 1:4B a.m. liar Mitzviih: K"t>-
fert, son "f Dr. and Mrs. Harry Qer-
| BtOO.
! TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
ander Cohen.

i
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
Tiiilav s::','i p.m. S.i in.in Iiiill..ii-
txl Devotion, lluem .~p.-ak.-r. Mis
Arthur WIHena, Integration cbatr-
man, Hadaxiuib. Staternood will howl
Hi. Oneg Sbabbat. Saturday I a.m.
Si runhi: "Portion of the Week, '
CET-
tfcx
"00 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
i Solomon Behiff.
Sal : da) W m
i:i. hi. Mn.-i >
., ..ml Mm. ha i i".
BET-i -B4EL. 711 40th St.
00, R ibbi Berel Wein.
|. in Sal rda)
II Moth< i !' "'

Ortho
.1 111
Mln-
BETH
Avf
Mam
------
.-.COB. 301-311 Washington
Orthodox Cantor Maurice
. i. in Sal unlay v :'" a m
ETH kODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
MoOf.n Traditional. Rabbi Max
$hapiro Cantor Benjamin Ben-An
r. a in S.i ii i. .11: "TOO
In Religion." 1:80 p m
|-n. i ion ..i" l-i"." S:15 |. in
i! Life."
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13630 W. Dutie Hy. Conservative.
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IETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave.
OrtnrBox. Ralph Krieger. secre-
tary.
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BETH T^ILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodon Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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fE'H toRAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
ichiti Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
Dai
ml S 13 p.m. ah..ii
l "hill I 'liapl. r- of llaila--
lionored. Sermon; if
i ., i I.... h, u. i ri.-i-
.' id Robi rln, dauEh-
II.I Mi Rli I.....I Sha.
in I'-ii Mltivah
\i. nnd Mi Julli n
ii nil |i in
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APHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
. it ve. Rabbi Harold Richter.
k Lerner.
ilueHl K|l
\ I.. \ To| | M :
8t Him*tt*d Conservative. Can-
tor Pincus Aloof.

SRAEL1TE CtiNTER 3"75 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabin Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. C.intor Louis Cohen.
!-. (|,i ,....,. -1 -T.
. r. Mil Ii In lli-avi
MiUvnli: l.in.la. ilatifthtei id Ml
.1 M Sol Ko. iiIkkIm u Sal irda)
h in -'.......ii "Exl i emi in hi
n

JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
I-* .la. '. I i p.m s.i i urda) s in .. in
Sermon "We si.i.ll Vote as Amcii-
M ii. Ii.i -. p.m in. si i 'an-
il.i M.s.-.- VVciitH "III i......lu. I service
i blt'nxlng the n. h moon

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.

MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strj&sfeld.
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MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or.
Orthodox- Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
Krlda) HI nnd l p m Sei mon
I.. 'h |{i isou ToKvtbi i Saturtla)
: a.m. Min li :lii p.m
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Ca-itor Abraham Reiseman.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-. -Friday *!:! am St-rmoi
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami I
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
l-"ii.la> v I., p.m lla.iassnli Sabbath
iiUt'HI s|...-ik-i. Mis. (Jeorge Kal/.inaii.
vii-.. prfsldt-nl Miami Chapter, Hadas-
Mth. Topic: "The Hand ->f Hadaa-
ullh." I'lial lil-i.up ..I lla.lass.il ill
1...-1 in. Oneg Shabbal Katurda)
- i a.m. Sermon: Making a
hi... I..- Mltxvah: Erie, son ol
il in.i Mi Jo Parker. Mlncha
la |. in
YOUNG ISKALL. 990 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday 3:38 p.m. s-aiunlay 9 i m.
s.i, t-t-, s, 1111..11: "Strangei in our llldst.
M.Ml.-rn !____________________
Standard)-." Si-I'Virt'S fiilliitt.jl by
adult education dlHcuaatOrl and Ofii
Slial.l.-il. Satunla) :S0 am Inn- fc n --- JtfCHS
lor Congregi.....n. nwarsri w*-- ~* !J
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
- in p.m. Sermon: "What
1 Mei..... bi .1 i:.-i..i m Jew?"
lay 11:15 a.m. I las Mltavah:
. i,i.-i of Mr. and Mi -
i 1 I >e l.s.i Bar Mu/.vaii: Clary,
.on of Mr ..nil Mrs. Robert Tapper.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
h'rlda) n p.m. Hadaaaah Sabbath.
I'lll| ill 1:11.-1. Mi- MorrlN Herman.
Avlva Chapter president. Topic:
"Jewish Women at Their Heat."
Members of the chapter will host Hip
..ii.i; siiai.iiiu. Cantor Gottlieb will
present ill- choir In a program ..f
Israeli melodies. Saturday i"::;" a.m.
Sermon: When Children Cry Out."
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Mortjn Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steincr.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Krblay, v i*. p.m. Sermon: Should
Clergymen Take a Position In the
I'leslueiilial Election Campaign?' Sat-
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Prlda) *. pan. Opening late -. 1 \ -
s:"" p ni Sermon; 'Religion nnd
Politics Can the Twain Ever M.
Katurda) !i a.m. Sermon: "Weekl)
Portion of the Bible Junior and
.-.in..1- rsv groups will partleipali
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R Narot
Friday K: 15 p.m F'ulpu guest, Jani
Roberts, I'a.1. Count) School Board
.hail man. 1)1 X.trot's .- mon:
W'liai shall Save American Moral-
ity?" Service and reception follow-
ing \.iil honor faculty ol public and
|.- Ivate s. h. ..is.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per.
Long Life Locks to Happy
State in Newer Generation
Rabbi Seeks
Religious Unity
On UN Day Here
Rabbi Max A Lipschitz, chair-
man, Greater Miami Observance
df the United Nations Sabbath
and Sunday, has announced 'he
lull cooperation of all religious de-
nominations in dedicating ;i ser-
vice and sermon t" the UN,
In a letter to all ministers.
priests, and rabbis in Greater
Miami, and to all churches and
synagogues Rabbi Lipschitz -tat-
ed: "The observance is dedicated
1 m Mr. and Mrs Rd- to rccmphasize the importance Oi
ward BlacKman "ill host the tinea r 1 V .
Shabbal in honor of their 21ai wed- the UN as a powertul deterrent to
ding anniversary. ___ .ir and as ,nc world's only body
temple menorah. 620 75th St. which comprises most of the S0V>
Rabbi Mayer Abram- ereJgn nations of the world.
"We, as spiritual leaders to
whom the peace and welfare of
all mankind is foremost in our
teaching and preaching, cart
help strengthen the UN by elert-
ing our congregants to the multi-
varied activities of health,
peace, education, and welfare of
this august world body."
Rabbi Lipschitz moderated
B program devoted to the UN on
Sunday, over the Still Small
Voice. I'll. 7. at 10 a.m.
He inti r\ lowed [r v i n K.
Schindler, local UN coordinator;
Col, Frank Dunbaugh: and Dr H.
Frankiin Williams. .>f the Univer-
:tv n| Miami


KLGL: I GRANADA 50 NW 5'st
native. Rabbi David Ros-
intor Oeorge Goldberg.
I II i'.i:,--.il, s
l.lli til S|n :ik .'II
Ml ,1.1. .1..-.-.I
Alter I'll-
-
INirl
Ji.flOALE EMANU-EL. '801
s Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Levitsn.
'. ACADFMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. 0 tliodox. Rabbi Alexander S
S
Ii Hvel the
, m
He) iii-.ii
VOOD TEMPLE 8INAI, 1201
t. Cons< rv.itive. Rabbi
Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
inn.

sTEAD .1EW1SH CENTER 8th
Rosnick Unveiling
: and Unveiling
mi :.' die Mm.
nf r/u- late
DAVID NORMAN ROSNICK
r>
Vi : I R,,.nal(
:.:';.' ;
Sunday, November 1st at 1 p.m
.. m:K nlnf ul
Ml \'.i... Cemeter\ with
\" S a officiating
Rcl.uiv -.-- and fnendi
v.i. 1 .- ited t.i Attend
Arrangements by Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.

By RABBI M. ABRAMOWITZ
Temple Menorah
The Biblical portion which re-
lates Abraham's experience in
his .'Id age can give us direction
for our life in retirement. The
Bible states, "and Abraham wax-
ed old and the Lord blessed
Abraham with everything."
Abraham, having lived a full life,
did not fear when lie reached his
oltl age; but he even considered
his old age "as the blessing ol
the Lord."
The problem of geriatrics Is a
verj real issue confronting not
only the individual, but the na-
tion. The issues ot medicare, ol
leisure time activities, and hous-
ing for the elderly are problems
facing every community on a
national level.
It is not our purpose to com-
ment on these issues but rather
to indicate that thanks to ad-
vances in medical science, man
live- longer. However, too of-
ten we find that longevity is not
necessarily equated with happi-
ness. Too often we find men
and women blessed with long
years of life looking upon old
age as a burdensome curse rath-
er than a divine blessing.
The secret ol Abraham's sense
of well-being in his old age was
his vicarious happiness in his
son's growth and development
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Prldaj 8:15 p.in. Sermon: "All the
World's a Play." Saturday : a.m.
Sermon: "The Portion of the l-nw."
liar Mitsvnh: Robert, aon of -Mi. and
.Mrs. Rafael Soble,
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 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 v::.> p.m. lla.la-sali Sabbath.
Sermon: "Hadiinah'a Hoanltal Hon-
|.Utility." Mi-. Jack l.ubiii will be
Bill si |ii aki 1. Mi mi r* ..t" Naomi
. ha liter, 11 1.1.1-.- '.. u ill |. Kueatv
Sal in da.i s.ta .1 in 1;.. Ml k\ h
latrry, won ..I Ml ml Ml Milton
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TEMPLE SINAI OP NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
I' rin t ''. 1 hi l'iil|ill KtieKl. Mm
.Mam inilllH "I 'hni 'llH
11...la--.111 I' i|ili-; liii|.|. in, ntillK
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
1 lda> s I". i> in satin.! v 11 111
Silvi an will .....iluiM -.!-
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TEMPLE ZAVIORA. -:j Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben D.ckson.
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TEMPLE 20N. 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.

TIFEHETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Emanuel Goidon
1877 1946
Harry Gordon
1903-1964
RABBI MAYM ABRAMOWITZ
secret 0' happiness
In our age. too, our elderly
would find years of life to be
years Of blessing if we could look
upon the future generation as
the extension of our dreams and
revivification of our goals.
When we learn that formula t)
we can say of ourselves with
Abraham, "and Abraham waxed
old and the Lord blessed Abra-
ham with everything."
A '
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GORDON FUNERAL HOME
710 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami
Ph. 373-5533
IKE GORDON JAMES B. GODC\
OAOI tOUUIV
W 111 iiach. ruomtt*
Mrr iAK'ii i_.--aa
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Judea Youth To Host Event
RABBI AVAILABLE
More than 20 years experi-
ence in all phases of syna-
gogue activities including He-
brew and Sunday School. Past
10 years was Rabbi on Miami
Beach. Available now for Flor-
ida Congregation.
Write Box 589
Miami Beach, Fla.
or call JE 4-0838
Miss
youth
regis-
BRONZE YAHRZEIT ^
; TABLETS & NAMEPLATES
| HteJ lobby Announcement Iowa's <
BASS BULLETIN BOARD ]
Temple Judea Youth Croup will chairman of the day. am
be busts to the Greater Miami Hazel Cohen, the group's
Federation ol Temple Youth on advisor, will assisl with
Saturday at Temple Judea ill Coral tration .m;{ other event-,
("allies.
After registration at :; p.m..
the High School boys and girls
will participate in a pep rally
and skits. LTNICEF slitles will be
shown, and members will collect
lor UNICEF in the area.
Following the drive, the Fed- luncheon meeting recently
tration of Temple Youth will go the Roney Plaza Hotel,
on a hayride to Crandon Park lor! Loie Oxell. director of-(wo
a barbeqtie and hootenanny. All .schools of "Individual Poise and
groups will return to the home of Advanced Modeling." gave some
Islander's Chapter
Hears About Poise
[slander's Chapter of Women's
American OUT had a regular
n
i
* DIRECTORY CO.
Miss Ilene Corcnblum, president
of Temple Judea's Youth Group,
to end the day's events in a
friendship circle.
Joseph Weil, vice president of
tips on grass and beauty.
Margaret Newman Stern was
porgram chairman, and reserva-
tions were taken by Mrs. Jack
Vivian. Mrs. Leo Gross is pres-
kltOTM u____ i_ -,, rn. < Josepn wen, vice iiicsiucm .,..... .~ wv ^
SES!k*ff*!*. A**l \ Temple Judea s Youth Group, is ident of the Chapter.
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Page 6-C
+Jeni$t Fhrkfiaw
Friday. October 30, \%\
*l \ Israel Tour Students Back
Riding camels, finding Roman
pottery buried on the shores of
Caettria, swimming in the Medi-
terranean. Red and Dead Sea->
ad -tanding on five different
Gittelson and his wife Shulami
who served as guides.
One memorable weekend uaj
-pent in Jerusalem at Sabb.ih -or.
vices in the Yishurun Synaf
border spots in Israel, including where each ^y wa|
the observation point of the set- Alivan an^ presented with a Tain
previous
tJement of Mei Ami. were some
of the highlights experienced by
six Miami 13-year-olds who parti-
cipated :n this summer's Bar Mitz-
vah Tour to Israel.
Among the '*, boy, and girli
and Mezuzah. On the
evening, the group met President
Zalman Shazar at Fridav evening
-ervice- at Bet Hillel, the Hillel
House of the Hebrew I
and on Sunda;. euth tour n
received a Bible from Mrs
'lent
who -pent -ix v.eeks in touring
the I'-n^th and breadth of Israel Ben Zvi. wife of the late !
in the trip arranged by the Jew of Israel.
i-h Agency for the purpose of bet-_________
ter acquainting American Jewish LEGAL NOTICE
youth with Israel, were Michael -
and Shellev Rabaton and Emily in the colnjy -J-dge s
He-, of Beth Torah- Michael
Aronson. of Beth Shirah; Albert
Wiener, of Beth Am; and Cathy
Presentation of Harry Mazey Memorial Award
shows bottom row (left to right; Abe Baker.
Post 246. St. Petersburg; Nat Brown. Post 174.
Miami; Ainslee R. Ferdie. Department Com-
mander; Sam Kapnick. Post 330. Miami Beach.
Back row 'left to right' are Edwin Feibelman.
Post 174. Miami; Ralph Rasofsky. Commander
of Post 174; Benjamin Kaplan. Post 174. Miami.
Jack Wilson. Post 682. No. Miami Beach. Not
shown are Alfred Weitzer. Pest 223, and Harry
Nathanson, Post 223. 'See story. Page 4-C.I
Urban Renewal Appoints Greene As Commissioner
attorney Jerome G. Greene was Renewal Agency for a term ol
appointed a commissioner of the three vear-. *
Metropolitan Dade County I'rban
------ Greene, a Harvard Law School
-aduate. ha.s long been active in
c,\ic and religious affair- of the
community, and recently headed
a Citizen.,' Committee fur I'rban
Renewal in Dade County
He is a member of the Execu-
tive Board of the Government
Research Council, a vice presi-
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very
comfort to all.
s die
real
ue .:-.-.--'
Warn/ QMio
\mnW/n7k
"SO COUUUhllY MAUSO
MO 1-7693
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TELEPHONE ANSWERING
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Serving
JEFFERSON UNION
HIGHLAND FRANKLIN
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NEWTON
FR 3-5581
YOUR
TELEPHONE
PROPERLY ANSWERED
IS YOUR GREATEST
BUSINESS ASSET
dent of the Jewish Vocational
Service of Miami, a member of
the Board of Directors of the
American Jewish Committee and
of the Anti-Defamation League.
He :- also a member of the Ad-
>ry Board of the Florida Cen-
tral and Southern Flood Control
District and serves a- a labor med-
iator for the National Mediation
Service of the American Arbitra-
tion Association. Greene is also
a pa-t proident of the Florida
Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges
and of the Miami Beach Taxpay-
er- A.-Nociation. and has served
as a member of the Board of Gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami Jew-
FLORIOA IN PROBA-E
No. 6J>i3B
IN RE Retail
Mi >RKIt< UPTON
|...
NOTICE TO CREOit; = ;
To All '' N;1 '' -
. I :..- A- |
i.,
ue < M"i:u:.- L, s a..
Robert Kanzer Chapter of the
National Jewish Civil Service km- ini| m, ,
plovees. Miami, is planning a -
moonlight boatnde on Nov. L4 at ;
7 30 p.m. i
There will be a live band, en -
Piever as well as Abraham J
Kanzer Chapter
Boatride Set
tertainment and retre-hments on
the Dreamboat. with prizes otter-
ed The event will o toward
assisting the recently-created Ed
die Kawalick Education Assist
a nee Fund.
In charge are
Taksier, Danny
Leon Silvei
Annex.
Leon Lann, Nat
Abrahams and
of the Biscayne
hi

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SI hMREM
111 PHI'S
- I '.\
Florida JWVA
Holds Seminar
Mrs Rhoda Deutch. president,
ish Federation and of the Miami Department of Florida Ladies'
Junior Chamber of Coin-
Beach
merce.
He is a former Special Deputy
Attorney General of New York
State and was a member of the
Efforts Committee of the Dade
County Bar Association.
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Temple Sinai
Meeting Friday
Temple Sinai of North Dade
heid a" congregation meeting fol-
lowing services on Friday even
'in "he agenda were plan-
for : ects and events,
On Saturday night at 9 p.m .
the Temple sponsored a Hoar
enties Party" featuring
music
dan.. its
I .: charge of n
Mrs David Goren, Mrs Herbert
Kofsky ami Mr- Maurice Swift.
Attend
services
tftis weed
at ifour own
place
Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans,
announced a Leadership Training
Seminar held Sunday at the
Washington Savings and Loan
Association, 1234 Washington Ave .
from 10 to 4 p.m.
Mr- Max Kern, national guard,
who is leadership chairman, con-
ducted the seminar.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF The
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No 64C -1720
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NOT'CE OF PLBL CM
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in the C RCU!T COURT O- THE
-TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. N AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
N 3 -C 347
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rtant
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT ON
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yi '.' IKE HEREBY NoTIFlEl' *
i Com Inl f< r i Ivor"
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 64533-B
' II
ISIS J. \
NOTICE OF PROBATE
I HE STATE OF FLORIDA
> >NS INTEUESTEIl
I s\l|.
S
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1
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I'OU ; i .
-
"''"- r""" '" dale nf t hr
ii. ,- !., nil
: an\
win Hie .,. tlon ol -.ii.l Court
i vm!I ,., probat.
I land inn raked
i'l: \.\ k B l>. i\\ LIN.;
nlj .Induct
-
>> lAtia k ] \s-ii:i:i-|-i.i>
Clerk
'OSH REPHl'N
foi Executor
." M'axhiucton Av. n i,-
, Mi.hi B, ii i |.-|..,
' ./'" ..r this ..ii.
i lob) r, I9KI
____ l" '. 11/6, I :. :"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0 THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR-
FLOD D- N i -. D FOR r -
cot nty i\c-a\::
c4C "iTS
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I
NOTICE BY PUBL :-
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1'I.AIN i N'.Nt'L
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WhM the occasion arises, phono
HI 8-4994
NOTICE UNDER
v, ?7CT,T OUS NAME LAW
I IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
a.
v ,.! ''.,, V: '" MIAMI nl 17246
-"' u. Miami, Florida In.
': mm name mttti h.
''""" '" '.......
ItKOOlE i-i >HEN,
Sole Du-ner
10 10, n .;. !
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT J)F THc
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU T in
AND FOR DADE COLN'v
FLORIDA. IN CHANCi^Y
No 64C 10832
IIAKi'l.l' HEAVER,
I'Uintirr,
\vil..\i.\ JEAN BEAVER
I'.'.M.Iillll _
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
n i n II..MA JEAN BEA t
.- o Mrs M. <" II' -
K. F D. No. -'
RockW.....I. l'.-nn-> l\..i __,...
Vnr ARE HEREBY N TIHI'
I ha I ,i Bill of Complaint for P
hai been fil.-d asainal you, and >'
ri required m flta '> A "J'',, '
Pleadlna with iiie Clerk of ""
Court, and i" aei v........." ,.' '
Plalntlfl Attorney, Bph -aln '
Una, Mi" 7lh atreel '
Miami Beach, Florida 3S141
.-I- be-
.-iiniiii ,.,-...... r iui m. ...... ,,,,i
Fore the i Ith day "f Nov.
or JudKmenl !) >h faull w
.ii urainal you for th '' "
M .ill.I. .1. ., ,.
HONE AND ORDERED M- '
Florida, thia Isl eta* "- *'.......
B. B, I.KATIIKRM \N
Clork, Circuit Co
I'n.u- County Ploi
B) K M. l.YMAN
2ll


Fridcy.
October 30. 1964
fUfewfoA fhrridiian
Paqe 7-C
LEGAL NOTICE
= UNDER
c -- t o'.s'name law
KKHT OIVKN thai
ng lu engaw
, ,. I,, i liloua name
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I Way,
-1,1,1 naun
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,ER
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111 16-23-30, II '
MOTIC6 UNDER
r -T.TlO-jS NAME LAW
, HKRKH1 OIVEN thai
li W l ngage ii
ii. iithi .- nan
, S K nti,
-
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.i.,. Intend" U
with ii. 'erk '"
,.i Pade County,
IRLMCTTER
>,, n i
& I'acslel
U{%Ytt%\J BY ENRY LEONARD
ARD I


NOTiCt UNDER
-,TIO.= NAMt LAW
- ,; r.V 'il\ EN that
to i ngage
i iillous num. ol
N > Plnn street
. ginter miiu
i k o| III,- I I
i-|,.i ma.
. i rJltltu
..-, ,.s
- "J .
e> PUBLICATION
,M T LOUHT OF THE
SfcJUD.AL CIRCUIT
0FCOiTnt", IN ChANCtRr,
mo. MC 11*10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 11046
n \vr: wkis-
I'ktintlfK .. '------'
I'.kssii: WEISS,
11, r, n.Lin-
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IIESSIF. tt'KWH
IT2 Easl Kith Btre. I
lit-ookl) ii, New York
Y,ni BESSIE WEISS -" hereby
notified Hi.ii ii Bill ol Complaint
Divorce has I.....n filed agalnsl
iiinl .Mm ..... i i in ed i" servi .,
nf your Vnswi i- or Pleading <
UIH nf Complain) on the iilalntifl .-
Attorney. MILTON A FRIEDMAN.
i i vii le> IJii Idlng, Miami, r lm Ida
,i file the original Answei
I'll adiiix in i.....ii'1 of thi i
the I',,, nil ',-., I ,-n i" i"- the
gth dai "i N< '"'" i l'"'' l! v"
fall tn .,...... i idgmenl ru del i '!' ill
be taki n attain") you for tin i ellef
,,;,il, ,1 in the Bill of Colilldalllt.
Thin no) fhall be publish, d om
. hi h wei k for four eon eutive
in THE JEM -'l r'l.i >R1DI N S
I INK AND iRI iEREI i al M ami,
Florida, tltb 61 ii da) "I < K lober. A.I'
' I
i; n i.i: nTHERMAN. clerk.
i v mi 'oui l. i "ude ,,,iiii 11"
II) K M I.V.MAN
|...|hii\ Clerk
Ml 1.1 i iX A FRIEDMAN
1111 Aii,-I, > Hti IdinB
Miami '-'. Florida
All.ii in ) i--i IMaintiff
in -,-!,:- .
V.
\ Hi 'I.I
, FOR DIVORCE
, Avenui
\t. Ji ise)
Li Mi N'UIOU, are here-
u Hill "i Complain
|la. 1.,,,. filed agalnsl
. required to serv.
Answer oi rlc.i;""^-
CHRISTIE AM. UA-
14 Coral Way. Miami.
.......lie '"- S&toft
i mi,,, m the office of
Circuit Court on "i
., da> of November
,.,., io do s... Judgment
demanded in the i>m
.hall be published once
, h Ul. four ronaecutlve weekH
I THE M WISH I l.oKllHAN.
,'." IkXH ORDERED ul .Miami.
, 1.| day of October.
v 'i; i uathf.kman. clerk.
i,,,i,. county, H-TidH
>--'" ..
Is M I.YMAN.
I'el'Ut) Clerk __.,
i Hi!i.-- a.m. LEVniNSTEIN
nil < Wa>
iiiu 53143
, : itulntlff
in S3, SO, U i>. 13
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 646220
1 ei.IZ \i:i:tii i: mm.' >XE.
' Intlff,
i:rs>i:i.i.-i. in iii: r Hi,' l*At"I.INE
IILHERT, hi* wife.
lA'femlanl.-. .
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
You Kl -SSKI.l. I lll'BERT and
PAl'MNE HCI1ERT. Ills wife. Isla
l..,.,l.mi Road, llnl. rtowii. I'.-im-yl-
k-anla, are hi rebi notified that a
miii for daiiiai:.- nan been Inatltuteu
auain.-l vou together with .1 1.1" I en-
dell* on your pronertj de*erlbed a:
s so' ol the N. 243" the B.
Ito.ir ..f the following landa:
Beginning at a p-.int !"' N. of
ir.S4.ft1' W. -f the HM. Corner of
Section 13, Ti- r,:: s. and Rang*
41 E Iide County. Florida, run
N. Tt.V to point: thence \V 180.81
t,, a point: thence 8, 7o tp a
point: thence B. and parallel Jo
tl. .-...lii.ll line. 161.81' to th-
iH.int of beginning", excepi the
;.m.- ,.f the K. .'>" thereof.
It you fall to file your answer wun
the Clerk of the above tyled Coyrt.
on or b. fore Nov.nilM-r (3, l.i*4 a
dtfault "ill he entered agalmt you.
CI ERK CIVIL COCKT OF KKCORP
By MM HAN80N
I" *, 30, 11 '8, 13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN A\D FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 64589-B
. ..-
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NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
editor* :.inl All rVraon*
: m L>emanda Agalni.t
V hen b) notified and re
re.-.-nl n>' i l.uin- and de-
li you in.iv have agalnrt
Hi. i.l ELEANOR I' 1-1 N* H
,i,,. ..i i. ide Count). rli -
Ida, Count; Judge* of Undo
i| file th. Minn- i" diinii-
l>r< I- ,l in Bectlon 133 1
i si inter, in their oftlceii m
I I lllollSe ill I '.I'''
: rlda, within six calen
iii. time of the nrat
i :,, i or tiu- tame m
i.
Minn l lorlda, tkla Utk :
, \ i i :.'. I.
ItOKALYN \ ROSBNMAN.
-,- \.iiniii .tratrlx Cum
PeHtami MllleX.,
I lent I ,. of ibi- iiotn "ii
, 1964,
\ i \ HIST" 'i.
\.: in utratrl.i 'urn
\i,.
Avi Miami, Pin
in j;1,. 30, 11 'i 13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
l\ A\D FOR OAOE COUNTY.
I -CRIDA IN PROBATE
No 53736-B
NOTICE TO CREDITOR!.
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
JUDGE IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
PROBATE. NO 83,817-B
IN RE: ESTATE OF
Kit AH AM L BKOP.
To All i'redit.'.rs. Legatees, nistri-
buteee and Pemon Having An>
tiaiins or IH-manda Against Said
You'and each of you are hereby
notified thai you are .required hj
Law to present any clalma and de-
,,,,..,is Which you. or eltfcer pf rou.
mu) have agalnal the estate ... Abia-
bam L Bkop, deceaaed, late ol Mid
County to the County Junta ol
l...,i,. County, Plorida, al hla^offlce
In the fourl house of said County
t Miami Florida, within six months
from the time of the first piiblu-a-
tion of tins notice. Each claim oi
demand shall I" i" wrltlnf In duidi-
eate. and shall slate the plaee 0
I residence and poyl offloo address pi
the claimant, and shall be sworn to
b. the claimant, his agent, or hm
attorney, and any sii.h claim or Ue-
,,i nol filed shall be void.
MORRIH A BKOP
\. executor of the Last Will and
Testament of Abraham 1.
Skop, .bieased.
Al.VIN B. ZALLA. EMI.
>' ,;"s :',; ,.. i
Weal Palm Beach, Florida
a-.,, ti, v for Exer ii,.-
Kit tit publication; tH-t. 9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 11163
Till: WILLIAMSBCHUH SAVINGS
I SANK,
Plaintiff.
JAM EH E. Ml VI :i:. el UX,
I i.ieiidants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: James IS. Moyer and Madeline
.\1 Mo)er. his wife. Itesnkn, :
Cuknown. and If remarried, then-
unknown spouses, if luiiiK. and
If dead the unknown heirs, de-
vise,.-, legatees, grantees, as-
signees, li.nois, creditors, trus-
tee* or other claimants claim-
ing by, tin,,ugh. under or against
any of the above named defend-
ants who are de< eased.
Vou ar. hereby notified that the
above caption.-d action has been in-
htituted against jrou in tke Cireult
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit of Florida in and for Dude Coun-
ty i,, foreclose a mortgage upon the
foliowta? described real property:
l,t II in I Mock I of LEE MAN-
OR, according to the riot there-
of recorded In Plat Cook ,:: at
Page 94 of the Public Records of
Hade County, Florida.
Vou are required to file respon-
sive pleading to plaintiff's complaint
uiih the Clerk of the aforesaid Court,
ami -in a copy thereof upon plain-
tiffs attorney HARTIN FINE. Dade
federal Itulldlng. Miami. Honda
U181, not later than Novemh. r -I
im, or .i Decree Pro Confesso will
I... entered against you.
Ii.\TEI>: fk-tober SI. 1WI.
B, R LEAT1IEHMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: K. M LYMAN
Ileputv Clerk
MARTIN FINK
Pade Federal rtulldinir
Miami. Florida 13131
1" '23, 30, 11 U. 13
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 64613
In RE: Estate of
AHRAHAM 1. FINESTONE
I ', is, ll
NOTICE TO
To All Creditors
Having Claims or
s.-nii Estate:
y/oii are hereb)
CREDITORS
and All Persons
l lemands a
notified and re
quired to pn sent an> claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate ol ABRAHAM L F1M-
STONE deceased late "i Dade Coun-
tv, Florida, to the County .Indues
of Hade County, and file the saine
in duplicate and an provided in Sec-
tion 733.18, Florid.. Statutes, In their
offices in the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, wiihin six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Paled at Miami. Florida, this Jnd
day nt October. A.P. IH4.
llCIt VI: B ITNKSTi'NK
As Administratrix
BAMCEL s SMITH
Attorney for Administratrix
4*17 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida ^ ^ ^
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THg
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 10015
HI It RON I- RM I'lVl.-ni.N ''I-.
K1RRON ENTERPRISES. 1M
;, !;', s>RINC HILL FARMS.
I'laii
MA.\" crkwtall
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I-, MAX CRESTALL
Roval '- Hotel
Edmonton. Vll-n > anad
v,- ark hereb;
, Re-Am, "",,',is,,n,Jr tA
filed Bsaln-l y-u l.v WR N
FARM, IHVISIOS ol SIRRON EN-
TERPRISES INC ,1 h a f"l N
HIlA/fARMS, INC wh. el.j jald
Keek- i-...... -:11;-
rendered to you and youi I
'V,,.;I'.,VI|',:.;,!;,.....o sen .
,.,iu Answer oi Ph din io t
R, Amended Bill l om,^i.N?.n
,, i- iilntifrs a ne>? > '" >
APtll LI P(l .v HYMAN. ';;, '' '
. !:. ...1. Miami Beach. Florida,
,,, rue (he orlainal Answei
J-VeadlnS in "" ,
ol th. Clr. all Court o before
th.- 1Mb .lav of November ;' "
VOU fail f do -'. Ul.It-1.Hi' by
la.ill "ill be taken a-.-ain-i you
the Relief demande I by > ":l "'
Re-Amended Bill ^ *'i,P,p,S,,n,v
DONE AN"" ORBEREn at si
Peach, Dad* County Florida,
:"" ^A^U^ATHERMAN
Cbrk of Circuit Court
uode County. PJprlda
By: C. P. COPELANB
Oeputy Clerk
111-16. S3,
the
Ibis
(seal)
ll-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY niVl.N that
the undersiKiied. desirinK to enaane
in business under the fietitloiis name
,.t IMPERIAL IMI'i'RTS at r,:'0 N.W.
SCtn Street. .Miami a". Florida, in-
tend to reKlster said name with the
Clerk, of th. circuit Court of Dads
County, i-i"i da. ____
BENNETT FASHIONS INC
A Slate ,,| Florida Corporation
11). I", Hi, 83, 30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY c.im.n that
the undersigned, deslrlna to ..,--
in business und.r the Betltlous name
of OXFORD TITLE OMAN.- at
number 101 Almerla Avenue I
City of Coral Gables,
to register the said
Clerk of the Circuit
County. Florida
Uate.i i' Ml iml, Florida,
dav o* Octohiee voll. ----
nxrrmn titi company. 'N'.,
Ry WNT MI'IPH I'. I'l.sl.br'
V.' ROBERT CM'.I-ISI i:
\tt,,rnev for Annllcant
0 Rnulhenst First A*enue
Miami :::. Florida ^ ^ ,, _,
Plot-Ida, Intends
n-ime with the
Court of imde
this 1st
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OI\ EN that
ih, iindeiMKned. desiring to engage
In l.usin.-ss under the fictitious name
i TOWN POOL HOMES at 114M
s; w l said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit curt of Had,- County, Florida.
OCAIL ROOST PROPERTIES, INC.
By: is) Martin Woolm.
I'resident
KENNETH M. MYERS, ESQ.
MYERS, HBIMAN ft KAPLAN
1150 S.W. 1st Street, Miami. Ha.
Attorneys for Qall Roost
""** "" 10-H, M.
I MM
16, -"..
10
11-6
IX
, i,
I KVIN
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPL'CATION FOR DISTRIBU-
T,0N AND FINAL DISCHARGE
given thai .
ir I ll Repol I and !' -
IHstrlbu ... and Final l'i-
'',-, \,.. u* ,,f th.- estate ol
KAMI'KL I.BVIri ile.eased: and that ]
: Ull !tth ila\ November. IM4 i
iii appl> to t' Honorable Count>
ludges ..f Hade ntv. Florida, for
approval of said Final Report and
for distribution and final dl.harge as
executors of the sstnte of the above-
' ""ed decedent This Ultli day oi
'" t..l r. i',,-.|
ADELINE LEVIN ROSEMAN
.,,, BENJAMIN LEVIN
MKUVIN L. AMFs
';' OEtlROB, AMES ft HITTER
*.....heys for Bxecutorg
'.. Illsra; ee Bu
West Finder -.....t
CIRCUIT COURT, "th JUD|C Al-
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 64C 11433
ERNEST F *RH ,N-
I'laintlff.
CELESTE \ PARION
NOTICE" BY PUBLICATION
Vi.l CELESTE A PARKIN
:i Selkirk Avenue
Winnipeg. Man Canada
,1 .-tlflell to serve a COpj Of >OUr
. -v .-, ,' Divorce Complain tiled
Sislnst you on I'laimifrs :">>'..>
nViiROE NICHOLAS. Sll N.W. mil
a'.- Miami. Hi. jnd file original
with Clerk of this Court on or be-
?ore November SI. IM4. '>V'VrT,',u"
complaint will bo confessed b> FOtt
HATED fVtober 16. li.
K I! LEATHBSRMAN. H. rk
V K. M LVMAN,;i,.C. h_ w
Mia
ml, Florida
.
10 _':1. 10, 11 '6. IS
HI
MOTI<*= DNCICR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M'TICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN
n< *, ,i-slr''
r the
"' I--', FVCAJB
M ,.111.
iltl Clerk of th- Clr-
i .- IV.,|
I. ,\ v i
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thai
...z to engage
f |e It lOOS nalii-
t ::< s \: Isi
,,.| tO '-. -u-l-l
t the
. -,,.,,,,. ri. H
Mi.p, n \Nius-'i:
RS, INC.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N..T1CE IS HEREBY OIVBH that
the undersigned, desiring to etuxage
i Vi- MANlFACTlKlv:-; A"
HTA-BRITE Kl '''','.'; v'v'V-,Mv\v
i-r^l/'^'^a^'F^idr,,^,,
ger^Tbe^u.r'cSurt^Di--
, ., .!-' .NPCSTRIES.
INCOHPOnVTEH
,- r oration
1-v ..-.-'-. i l. VT5! I"*"*";, v
., vnofc. W\l i:i: K I.1TMAN
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64534-C
In RE: Estate of ......
UENJAMIN I' Kl DNK K,
I ie. eared.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i. \u Creditors and All Persons
Having claim.-, or Demands Against
Von .ii. hereby notified and re-
nulred to present anj clalma and de-
mands ulii.li you mi) have against
l eel it, of BENJAMIN I Kl D-
MCK .I..-.,-, d I......'f Dad* Co,inly
Florida to tin- County Judges pi
Lade County, and file the same m
duplicate and as provided In Section
;:;:: l>; Florida Statutes. In their of-
ti, i in the County Courthouse in
iiude County, Florida, within six
calendar months fi "in the time ol
the first publloatlon hereof, or the
Mimp will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this Jnd
da; of October, A.D, IWJ. .___
BR; // BLANCHE RCDMCK
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 9th ill) of October. 1J6I.
C1ERALD SII.VKK.MAN
Attorney for Administratrix
MS Ain.-dcy T'.uilding,
Miami Florida ^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. (AC 11282
PATRICIA MORGAN CAMPBELL.
Plaintiff,
DALE' F..MMKTT CAMPBELL
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To HALF EMMBTT CAMPBELL
, o Hoover Campbell
HO No. ::
Oxford, Pennsylvania
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
Complaint for Divorce has bean
filed against you, and you are here-
by required to berve a copy of your
answer to the Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney. LESTER ROG-
ERS, Whose address is H'.'l N.W. lltll
Sir,,!. Miami, norida, and file the
original >>n the Answer In the office
of the Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial
Circuit in and for I'ade County, Flor-
ida, on or before the 16th dOJ Of
November. 1M4, In default : v lileh
ih,. Complaint will be taken as con-
t, ,i h> you.
DATED this 13th da) of I ', tober,
i: 11 LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
IX i
B) K M I.Y.MAN
in 16-23-10, ll 6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF "r"c_i
ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL C.IRfM'IT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OSOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 836
THE wii.i.ivMsr.ri'.cii
PAVINGS B.VNK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN 11. DABNEY, and
his wit,-. If married
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: John II Dalme) and Dab-
nei. his wife, if married,
Residence I'nknown,
and If remained. then
spouses, if living, sod If
unknown heirs, (lei i-. s,
grnnti es, assign.,-. Uenors
trustees or othi r claimants
et al,
DABNET,
unknont
.bad. Io-
legati -.
creditors.
'lalming
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY clVr.N that
the undersigned, desiring to n- -
business under the fictitious name
oi c M A i' at -:i"l N.W. Wth
Mi-.et. Mian i, Florida, Intends tp
register suid name with the Clerk
of the Cm nit Court Ol l'ade Collll-
' COIN MACHINE AC. I'.lTANCi:
CORP.
ii Florida corporation
^ || TARAN. President
TAUANOFF. WALLER I.1TMAN
Attorneys for Coin Machine
Acceptance Corp., Florida
4:o Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Fig.
10/16, 23, 31), 11-tt
by, through, und.r or agalnsl any of
the above named defendants who are)
deceased,
Vou are hereby notified that tha
above caption,-,I action has I-,11 in-
stituted against you In th. Circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
,,f Florida In and for Had. Count) t 1
tor,., los, a mortgage upon the follow-
ing described real propei t)
I ol i" Block NORWi 10D FIFTH
ADDITION sl.CTI'iN TW > I, a. -
cording t" the Plat then f, k-
, ,.rdi ,1 in Plal Book -
th.- Public R< rd. 0 id. unty,
Florida
Von are req to file .1 n
|.|. tiding io id ,
I he Clel l< of tl 0n,l
>, i, npi 1 eol upon idainl.
sttorni 1 MARI S PINE, H I 1 ed-
eral Building, M ami, Florida 33131,
11,,1 inter than November 16, 1964, or
:, 1 lecree Pro Confess 1 ill b< enti l
Agalnsl you.
DATED October l-'. l64
K. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of it"..- Cli nil Court
(seal) B) K M LYMAN
1......t) Clerk
MARTIN FINE
I >ade l-V-,1, ral Building
Miami. Florida 13131
li, I6-2S-S0, II 6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage hi
business under the fictitious name of
lERRY'H RES r.M'R VN'T at S6I-1 N
Stnd Avenue, Miami, Florid.1 Intends
to reglstei -.,i,i name with the Clerk
,,r the Circuit Court of Dade C
" i'.nl.A M VE p.i.m'KW 1:1.1,
Sol, 1 nrni'
ri,
.
1 '..ral laid, s, 1 I,
Miami Seal, Certificate & Stamp Co.
INC.
Corporation Supplies Rubber Stamps
LEGAL FORMS
936 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida
FR 3-6327


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Friday. October
How Albert Einstein Braved Reality
t By BEN LEVIZVI
Einstein and the Rabbi .
Prot. Albert Einstein, In the
later years of his life, once left
his retreat in Princeton on a
tedious automobile ride to the
Bronx to visit the son of one of
his oldest and closest friends, a
patient in a Veterans hospital.
The son, Dr. Thomas Lee Bucky.
tills the story in an intimate
memoir of Einstein in the cur-
rent issue of Harper's.
I was tremendously moved."
writes Dr, Bucky. "1 knew how
much he disliked to leave his
work, how much he was bored
by the two ami a-half-hour auto-
mobile trip and how pained he
fell under public scrutiny With-
in a few minutes, the corridor
outside my room was crowded
with people. The only person
who did more than slowly pass
and peer in was the hospital
rabbi. He couldn't resist the
chance to meet Einstein. He be-
gan apologies, confessing that
lie had no right to impose, but
Einstein slopped him
i Oh no. you have every
right.' he assured the chaplain.
After all. you work for a very
important boss." '
Sabbath in Space How
would Jewish religious astron-
auts in space observe the Sab
bath? This is no facetious ques-
tion In fact, it is so real that
Israeli rabbis found it neces-
sary to hold a session on the
theme, we learn from a recent
issue of the Israeli newspaper
"HaaretZ". One of the question-
that arose was how a religious
astronaut would hurdle the prob-
lem of time in space to observe,
say. the Sabbath, since it is ob-
vious that the Sabbath would be
at an end ere he had a chance
to complete any of the Sabbath
that >ince time and space are
relative. Sabbath observance
would be determined not by ter
prayers One of the rabbis held
restial but by space yardsticks.
Dialogue in Israel Presi-
dent Shazar of Israel invited a
number of American partici-
pants in the recent "Dialogue'
in Israel, held under the spon-
sorship of the American Jewish
Congress. Among the guests was
Dr. Joachim Prinz. president ot
the American Jewish Congress
and spiritual leader of a Reform
temple in New Jersey. In the
course of a remark on the ambi-
tli
valence of Jewish life, President
Shazar commented on the pe-
culiarity of the Jewish late.
American Jewry," he said, "is
represented at the 'Dialogue' bj
Dr. Prinz, who actually stems
from Berlin, while the Jews ol
Israel are represented by Golds
Meir, who stems from Milwau-
kee. Wisconsin" This Item is
culled from the Israeli news-
paper Maanv.

Pigs is Pigs ... The breeding
Of pigs is forbidden by law in
Israel except In certain (Chris
tian Arab) areas of the country,
Recently, the Acre magistrate's
court upheld the seizure and con-
fiscation ot a load ol porkers
outside the legally permitted
breeding area, even though the
pigs were in transit. A bemused
reader of the Jerusalem Posl
took issue with the magistrate's
reasoning and noted in a letter fp A'C Uua ^PrrlinarC HpTP
to the editor that "drugs and trA 3 nave ^emmar* ncre
stealing are both illicit in the
whole country, so is transporta-
tion of both drugs and stolen ob-
jects; but pigs are allowed in
some places so they cannot be
forbidden to reach those places.
Having no wings, they cannot
fly."
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz (left), spiritual leader of Temple
Tamid. welcomes Shimon Yallon, recently-appom:, rj IsrcL
Consul for the Southeast Region of the nation. Consul Yallj
appeared at a Temple youlh breakiast to (discuss Youth
Israel."
. A three-day seminar on "Estate j David Emanuel and Cl \ Man
Planning and the CFA." sponscr Zaiac were featured
ed by the Florida Institute of Cer fc ,.,,A
tilled Public Accountants, was
held at the D.Lido Hote'i last as in charge of arrangeuMl
Thursda) for the DiLido meet, which di
I Attorneys Richard Harwich and CPA's from Dade and I iwifl
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