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

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Volume
37 Number 46
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH MIKLY
Miami. Florida, Friday, November 13. 1964
Two Sections Price 20-r
Day an Quits
To Oppose
Government
TFL uiv IJTA' Moshe
,; .-.,, resigned as Agr.cul-
."!,. Uini'lcr, may lead an op-
against Premier
,k,,! within the Mapai Par-
[ fVCI newspapers predicted
Thai : sibility was raised in
. Iij iho tinnier Chiei "1
,l"apai branch in which
... -non-identity" of
the Premier was not
.,.;,.,, in state matters. He
..,,,1 he I not ..... eye lo-eye with
,:, a variety of issues,
; mi economic to secur-
.j ,., [or. n affairs. Gen. Dayan
,"il c n in le as a member of Par-
as a member of the
Map; i Sei retariat.
Meanwhile, it was indicated
that while Premier Eshkol main-
tained an optimtisic view about
future struggles within the par-
ty, there were rumors that more
resignations might develop
among Mapai foes of plans for
alignment with the left Achdut
Avoc'a.
Talks been stalled for sev-
,i complex plan for
li pene'ent Achdut faction In
the lli-tadrut, Israel's Labor Fed-
eration as part of an agreement
[or .i joint Mapal-Achdut slate
n tIn- in \i genera] elections.
In .. related development, a
meeting ol Mapai lea \.:ih former Premier David Ben-
Uurion indicated that the former
Premier as determined "to get
: the end*' of the La von affair.
The former Premier -~ti 11 opposes
anj invitation to Pinhas Lavon to
lelurn lo the Mapai leadership
.nil remains totally opposed to the
Continued on Page 5-A
Gurion "White Book' Gives
j Low Down on Spy Affairs
MOSHE DAYAN
'plifi Mopai
Russell Lashes
Out Against
Red Abuses
LONDON i.ITA) Lord Rer
trand Russell, the British philos-
opher who has repeatedly criticis-
ed Soviet discrimination against
Russian Jewry, charged this week
that "conditoins of assimilation"
were being imposed on the Jews
in the Soviet Union "in which
they have virtually no choice but
submission."
Declaring that he was speaking
"as a sincere friend" of the Sov-
iet Union, Lord Russell made his
charge in a letter to Aaron Ver-
gells, editor of the Sovietishe
lleimland, the only Yiddish Ian
guage publication in the USSR
The letter, dated Oct. 29. was
made public here by Lord Rus
sell. He charged that he had writ-
ten earlier to the Sovietishe lleim-
land lor publication, but that it-
editor did not publish the letter.
Lord Russell assailed dismissal
by Moscow of the expression of
Continued on Page 8-A
LONDON (JTA) Former
Prime Minister David Ben-Gu-
rion's White Book, submitted last
week to Dov Joseph, Israel's Min-
ister ot Justice, contains a revela-
tion that a West German working
as a secret tlgenl for Israel betray-
ed an entire network of Israeli
agents in Egypt in the 1954 secur-
ity mishap which brought about
the ouster oi Pinhas Lavon as Is-
rael Defense Minister, a Briti-h
corresponedent reported here this
week.
Terence Prittle, diplomatic
correspondent of the Guardian,
who has just returned from Is-
rael, said the memorandum con-
tained "sensational revelations"
about the "competing and inter-
locking" activities of Israeli and
Arab secret services, with spec-
ial emphasis on the activities of
Col. Osman Nouri, former chief
Continued on Page 12-A
Lavon Unit Secedes
From Mapai Party
Erhard Says
He'll Meet
With Eshko
Moscow Declares Israe
Aggressor and Shuns UN
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Inited Stalls received word from
ihe Soviet Union insisting that
ihi SSR ill not pay its United
Nation* assessments for the costs
oi the I'nited Nations Emergency
Force .in,| the military force on
the Israel-Egyptian frontier and
" Congo because "the Soviet
Union has no intention of encour-
-ii. ihe aggressor by shoulder-
1 I' it n| the expenditures con-
netled with the consequences of
Uic aggression against Egypt and
the (*onjo."
At the same time. Tass. the of-
ficial Soviet news agency, report-
"I from Moscow that the same
views were relayed to United Na-
lions Secretary General l" Thant
by Nikolai Pedcrenko, the USSR's
permanent representative at the
l'V The United States had pro-
posed that the next session of the
'< xl session of the General As-
wmblj deny voting privileges to
members, like the USSR, who are
:m arrears in their payments for
'"' UN's peace-keeping opera
til II-
Th* United Nations General
Assembly was warned Monday
that the Arab refugee problem
still poses a danger to the peace
and stability of the Middle East.
The warring was given in a re-
port submitted to the Assem-
bly by Laurence Michelmore,
commissioner-general of the UN
Pelief and Works Agency for
Palestine Refugees.
i;onn (JTA) Repeated
rumors here and abroad about a
possible, early meeting between
Chancellor Ludwtg Erhard and Is-
rael's Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
were confirmed here by the Chan-
cellor himsell
Appearing on a nationwide tele-
vision program on which members
of the TV audience questions prom-
inent German personalities about
issues oi interest. Mr, Erhard said,
in answer to a query: "1 hope to
meet soon with the Israeli Prem-
ier."
The possible sites Ol the Eshkol-
Erhard confrontation have been
linked with various other meetings
to be attended early in 1365 bj
Mr. Erhard in Belgium, France or
Switzerland
Asked also whether West Ger-
many plan- t" establish diplomatic
relations with Israel, the Chan-
cellor replied: "For the time be-
ing, German) has no intention ol
exchanging diplomatic relations
with Israel. We do our best in
ether ways to help the Jewish
State."
TEL AVIV i JTA) A group
within the pro-Government Mapai
Party, headed by Pinhas Lavon
and known under the name Min
llayesod ("From the Roots"),
broke away Sunday night from
the Mapai and proclaimed itself
at an Independent movement ded-
icated "to fie reformation and re-
alignment Ol the labor movement
in Israel."
The secession was voted by
members of Min llayesod after an
all-day meeting, by a vote of 136-2.
All who voted lor the split from
Mapai turned in their Mapai Party
membership cards on the spot or
pledged to send their membership
cards to the Mapai Secretariat.
Earlier in the day. there had
been 160 at the meeting, but about
22 Of the Min llayesod members
had left before the voting
The split had come just as
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
hoped to patch up differences
between Min Hayesod and Ma-
pai. He had written a letter to
Min Hayesod virtually canceling
the ouster of Mr. Lavon from
leadership in the labor move-
ment. Lavon was removed from
the post of Minister of De-
fense in 1955, when David Ben-
Gurion held him responsible for
a major "security mishap" that
had never been explained pub-
licly. In 1961, Mr. Ben-Gurion,
then Prime Minister, had Mr.
Lavon removed also from the
secretary-generalship of Hista-
drut, Israel's Federation of
Labor.
Sharp dilferences have develop
e.l between Eshkol and Ben-
Gurion during the last lew weeks
over the move by Mr. Eshkol to
reinstate Lavon as a Mapai lead-
er. Mr. Ben-Gurion ha- threaten
ed that he would not permit his
name to be placed on the Mapai
list for the elections to the next
Continued on. Page 3-A
P,.MH*5 LAVOII
kettle still cooking
Elect Six Jews
To the House;
Nine Renamed
WASHINGTON (JTA) Fif-
teen candidate- elected last week
t(. the Inited Slates House of Rep-
resentatives are of the Jewish
laith. representing a considerable
increase in the number of Jews
in Congress. Six new Jewish
Congressmen were .id.led to the
nine alread.\ serving, who were
reelected,
With tnree senators of Jewish
faith continuing then terms, the
total oi 18 Jews simultaneously in
Congress may represent a record
in the history of the nation. The
Continued on Page 7-A
Michelmore. who look over the
post io months ago from i>i John
H. Davis, another American who
was commissioner-general for five
years, indicated in his report that
he is merely continuing the poli-
cies of his predecessor. However.
his report differs from those of
l,i- predecessor by laying consid-
erable stress on the need to rec-
tify the UNRWA relief rolls, known
to contain Ihe names of many
"refugees" who are dead and oth-
ers ineligible for UNRWA relief.
For the first time in the his-
tory of UNRWA, which started
operating in 1900, the new chief
told the Assembly he will file a
supplementary report this year.
Continued on P9* 16-A
Dr. Lehrman Again to Head CJAppeal
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual'
leader oi Temple Emanu-EI, chair-
man of the 1964 Combined Jewish
Appeal, which went over the top
in its campaign for SI.386,500, has i
again accepted the task of head-
ing a team of prominent common
al and business leaders in the 1965
CJA drive
Announcement of the acceptance
by Rabbi Lehrman was made by
Federation President Sidney Lef-
court at a meeting of the Fed
oration Hoard of Governors on
Tuesday evening.
"The additional $100,000 re-
ceived in the 1964 drive under
Rabbi Lehrman'* leadership,
has brought increased service to
the community by Federation's
agencies, a depletion of waiting
lists for care and for counsel-
ing, and the addition of trained
professional workers to facilitate
better health and welfare ser-
vices to a record number of peo-
ple," declared Lefcourt in an-
nouncing Dr. Lehrman's accept-
ance of the post again.
As campaign chairman. Rabbi
Lehrman. ho serves as a vice
president of the Federation, will
head the second largest philan-
thropic campaign in the commun-
ity which, through one appeal.
-ervices over 40 agencies, meet-
ing the needs of 25.000 people in
the Greater Miami community
and almost 500,000 men, women,
and children around the world.
"We are highly honored that Dr.
Lehrman. whose dedication and
devotion to humanitarian causes
both at home and overseas played
Continued on Page 4-A
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fiuncil of Jewish Federations Launches Assembly
man Safran. of Detroit, and Irv-
ing Kane, of Cleveland, called
upon more than l.ooo delegates to
irexamine the quality, impact and
jyturc^ direction ol these services
underscored ,,i terms of the lundamental pur
wo distinguish- pi ses federations wish to serve
Special Report
_Th.' need to relate
services more closely
cultural, economic
botd aj, Jw>n'
community leaders at
l the 33rd General
Council of Jew-
a n d Welfare
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f.. mpromise on this is-
L j| eating lhat while back-
general, he would
msell to placement
name on the Mapai
| i secession move
. .,n address bj
I. : over the all-
the group. Circles
I ^pressed anger
t t no secession ol
. he) said Mapai
[, ai achieve greater
I tegration by re
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T lie li ft-wing labor
[
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i. the opportunity to
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lidate on the Mapai
II nal elections, ot
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BETH DIN OFFICE
RABBI D3. TI80R H. STERN
|l532 Wcshington Ave., Miomi Bch.
JE 1-1969 534-0271
Safran, who is president of
the Jewish Welfare Federation
of Detroit, delivered the keynote
address at the opening general
session. His presentation dealt
with socio-economic changes that
are affecting federation services
and priorities in the United
States and Canada.
Kane, a past CJF-WF president
jpd chairman of its Overseas Ser-
vices Committee, spoke on Over
cas Needs and American Ropon-
-ilibitics, presenting a detailed re-
port on the findings and recom-
mendations of the CJFVVF Over-
scas Delegation which recently
completed on-tbe-spo.1 studies of
health and welfare programs in
Curope and Israel
\~ ;i leader and -poke-man for
the M-member delegation. Kane
noted thai American ami world
Jewry i> laced with sharply in-
creased philanthropic responsibili-
ties which must be met in order to
vercome problems created by:
Continued a n d anticipated
large-scale immigration i> Israel.
A massive backlog of unab-
sorbed ar.d deprived immigrants
now residing in Israel and
France.
The mounting educational
need- of (lisadvantaged Israeli
children coming from Asian and
African countries.
To meet these and other com-
mitment-, the delegation con-
cludes that the Council should pro-
vide more technical help to Is-
rael and to the organized Jewish
communities of Europe, he report-
ed Such action will help them to
do much more to help themselves.
he obsen ed.
Commenting on the mass influx
coming to Israel each year, Kane
reported that immigration con-
tinues to represent the first prior-
ty and the largest -ingle bud-
getary item in American and I- '
'Sell aid
Because the future flow of im-
migrants is unpredictable, and
may increase or decrease sub-
stantially, Kane asserted that
Jewish communities ought to pre-
pare for various alternatives. He
therefore recommended that
overseas agencies together with
federations "prepare for not iust
a year ahead, but for a decade
aheadfor basic changes in
priorities and programs in Amer-
ican Jewish aid."
"This planning." he said,
should be done now. even while
\c deal with the mass immigra-
tion that i- real, and before basic
rhangea are actually at our door-
step."
while Israel has housed and pro-
ided employment for most of the
'.200.000 immigrants who have
come into the country since 1948,
Kane pointed out that 200,000 still
remain to be integrated into the
economy. These people are on re-
lief, or work relief, and represent
a vast and critical welfare prob-
lem, he said
The delegation. Kane -aid. wa-
particularly concerned about the
"unabsorbed" to per cent of Is-
rael's population, and it has recom-
mended that the Council provide
American technical assistance
and expert personnel to help ob-
tain necessary data on the specific
needs of these people. "Much of
this information in currently
lacking, and Israel cannot devel-
op effective programs to get these
individuals into productive and
self-sufficient roles until such in-
formation is available he said.
Louis Stern. CJ'FWF president.
addressed the National Commit-
tee on Leadership Development.
Mis talk on "The Responsibility
ot the Young Leader in the Jew-
ish Community" amplified the
keynote address, focusing on maj-
or issues which confront the Jews
of America.
In additoin. the delegates parti-
cipated in a series of workshops
on the relevancy of federation- to
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
leading Republican Says Columnist Misjudged Him
holTOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I Mmdlins column in
L,;'- Nv-,; nd j?r*
Eh hi' has committed the fallacy
Ujnsuff'cenl observation, but
I proceed to refute his
.tio.iv 1 must, in justice.
ffi my letter' '" tne cd,,or
I ed in one of your
1 .. i haw committed
L -;n ol "ting m anger, arous-
lease to the general
bj a rabbi, directing the
,. iu vote for Goldwater,
throwing the Jewish peo-
tlf into a bloc voting gonip.
. ,,i i recited a statement
trade t'rom the pulpit by a clergy-
,,aii in the 1952 campaign that
JGen Eisenhower is tne Ameri-
can limdcnberg and if elected will
rtll upon an American Hitler to
ly power" and then proceeded
,,\ :h il he was moved from
partisan poinl ot view. 1 have
pimittcri a -in by impugning a
blush partisan reason for his |
that statement. I had no
layen Quits Post
fo Battle Eshkol
Continued f^om P*oe 1-A
. for alianment with Ach-I
fut in its present form.
Mr. Lavon, who was forced out
Israel Defense Minister in 1954
In connection with a disastrous
fcciirity mishap that year and lat-
fv from the post of Secretary Gen-
rr:i! of the Histadrut, is deeply
Involved in the alignment talks.
His supporters in M*pi and
in the Histadrut insist on his
being included on the joint tlec-
I tion list for national elections,
I but Premie Eshkol has indicat-
ion1 he has no interest in an all-
out fight for such listing.
Mr. '.iiiion paved the way
new inquiry into La von's
1954 mishap by pre-
he called new evi-
rncc recently to Justice Minister
| Premier Eshkol,
Mit to end the decade
utrovi rsj. has warned
ipening the Lavon case
right to attribute a partisan mo-
tive to him. To the contraryTl
should have assumed that he was
prompted sincerely but unjustifi
ably by feajr and concern for his
people.
Second, my admonition to the
clergy should not have embrac-
ed all clergymen. I have list-
ened to sermons before the elec-
tion by a number of rabbis who
dealt with the social and econ-
omic issues very effectively
without violating propriety.
Third, my closing paragraph
should have read "to drive poli-
tics out of the Temple of God,"
not "politicians."
i Now for the Nov. f column:
The columnist asks the question,
". who prefers the rabbi to con-
tine his sermon to what?" if
Mr. Mindlin read the first para-
graph of my letter, he would have
had the answer to what would be
considered exceeding propriety
and privilege of the pulpit. But
Mr. Mindlin did not want to read
v hal l wrote He only wauled a
chance to express his thinking.
1 believe in\ letter was explicit
On the obligation of clergymen to
discuss moral issues at any time.
and in answer to his "what?" I
will give you another example of
What I would consider exceeding
a clergyman's privilege on the
pulpit. For instance. Medicare
ior the poor and needy i- a moral
issue, but whether Medicare
should be compulsory for every-
body and under Social Security is
political. The clergyman has no
greater insight as to which system
will give the greatest benefit to
the greatest number of people,
and should not attempt to in-
ifluence a captive audience.
Mr. Mindlin equates the rab-
bis with the prophets of old. Is
it possible that he does not
know that the heads of the Jew-
ish religious life in the days of
the prophets were the priests and
that the prophets were laymen
who were, in many instances,
not highly learned men, and of-
ten spoke against the priests?
speaks out for his views withe
appointment, as did the prophi
Furthermore. Mr. Mindlin co i-
mits the same sin I have CO
nutted in impugning partisan >
lives to the clergymen, and
fairness to me should retract
loo.
LEON J. E-'-
Miami Bea i
Mr. Mindlin -ays. "Experience
.seems to indicate that the most
vocal of those who object to ex-
cesses of clergymen on the pul-
pit are generally the least quali-
fied to mak. any judgment what-
soever." This must be a self-ap
praisal. Mr. Mindlin has neve,
examined me for qualifications.
The writer never makes assertions
unless he has the knowledge cov-
i ring that assertion.
Mr. Mindlin says that I am a
self-appointed guardian of the
principle of what the rabbis should
and should not do. 1 readily ad-
mit to that. But could Mr. Mind
lin show me any instance where
. the defense of a principle was by
appointment" All through the
".reat periods in Jewish history,
men who spoke out rightly or
wrongly did so without appoint
ment. no less than Mr. Mindlin
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November 13. 1964
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\$jx New Jewish Candidates Up on Capitol Hill
linued from Page l-A ing builder, once served as a news attorney of Jewish faith, Abe omic and technical needs \
Continued from Page 1-A -
who were not up for
hj* year, include Sen.
New York Repub-
Lfctiod
LiobK. .'^"
f"; yn Abraham RibicofT,
Cnn'etticul Democrat; and Sen.
fcrni-t ruening.
Alaska Demo-
Five
the six new Congress-
'n0 Jewish faith wera eleet-
^nin hi, state of New York.
Th i-cluded Lester L. Wolff.
Oemoc-at-Liberal, who upset the
Repub! tn incumbent. Rep.
I st.ven Derounian; Joseph Res-
nkh Democrat, who unexpect-
eely'wo" over the Republican in-
mb.n Rep- J- Ernest W"
1mm He'bert Tenxer, Oemoerat-
Liberal who defeated Republi-
I .n Ret. John J. Endsell.
Alo R.chard Otlinger, Demo-
Ljt-Libf. 1. who wrested a seat
rom veteran Republican Rep.
Robert H Barry, and James H.
fecheuer. Democrat-Liberal, who
Cfeat< Republican contender
Henn e. Mi". Sheucr. a lead-
ing builder, once served as a news
correspondent lor the Overseas
News Agency, and has been ac-
tive in exposing and fighting reli-
gious and racial prejudice,
"fleelectbd "in New York' were
Reps. Emanuel Celler, chairman
of the House Judiciary Commit
tee: Leonard Farb-tein. only Jew-
ish member of the House Foreign
Affairs Committee; Jacob 11. Gil-
bert, Benjamin S. Roscnthal. Abra-
ham J. Mutter, all Democrats.
and Seymour Halpern. the only
Jewish House member who is a
Republican.
Former Congressman Sydney R.
j Yates. Illinois Democrat, regained
' a House seat he lost in 1962 when
. he unsuccessfully ran for the Sen-
ate. Yates saw interim service
at the United Nations. Rep. Sam
uel N. Friedel, Maryland Demo
crat. Rep. Herman Toll, Pennsyl-
vania Democrat, and Rep. Charles
S. Johnson, New Jersey Democrat,
were all reelected.
Press forecasts foresaw a pos-
sibility that President Johnson
may soon appoint a prominent
attorney of Jewish faith, Abe
Fortas, to the position of the
United States Attorney General
vacated by Robert F. Kennedy,
who was elected to the Senate
from New York.
The overwhelming national elec-
tion victory of President Johnson
indicated to Washington observers
a mandate to the Administration to
continue the known attitudes and
commitments involving American-
Israel relations and against reli-
gious prejudice. President John-
-on made clear during the cam-
paign that this nation stood firm-
I ly committed to preserving the
security and territorial integrity
01 Israel.
He indicated that Israel's econ-
omic and technical needs would |
be considered. It was clear that
assistance would also include con-1
tinued sales of American military
equipment, like the "Hawk" anti-
aircraft missile soon to become
operational.
President Johnson's election also
assured continuation of the so-
called "LBJ plan" for a joint
American-Israel nuclear desalting
p.am, oi massive proportions in
Israel. This venture would pro-
vide Israel with tacilities to de-
velop the Negev through desalted
e.n it-Star and inexpensive electri-
cal power.
I President Jonnson s special
, counsel on the White House staff
i and personal advisor on Jewish
and Israeli matters, Myer Feld-
man, will continue to serve.
Mr. Feldman came to the White
House with President John F.
Kennedy and was asked to re-
mam by President Johnson af-
ter the assassination last Novem-
ber.
Vice President-Elect Hubert
Humphrcv. long an advocate of
Jewish statehood and Israeli sur-
vival, served as a champion of the
Israeli cause during the many
years he served as a member of
the Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee He has visited both Israel
and Egypt.
He is known also as an advocate
oi economic development assist-
ance to Israel. Both President
; Johnson and the Vice President-
I Elect stand for liberation of Amer-
' ican immigration law s and anti-
I bias measures.
{3rd Bureau of Education Dinner
/ill Honor Nine Directors Here
Xme education directors of Temple Emanu-EI: Jacob G. Born-!
Jreater Miami and Hollywood stein. Temple Israel; Herzl Hon-
chooli will bo honored at the 23rd or. Temple Menorah; Bruce Rich
innual dinner oi the Bureau of man. Temple Ner Tamid; Herbert
Jewish Education on Sunday, 6:30 Harari. Temple Sinai of Holly
,m at the Diplomat Country wood; Benjamin I'doft. Temple
Hub Zion
The i ectors, who have given Louis Schwartznian. executive,
i re< more years of service to director of the Bureau, will present
\\ mity. include Saul Ra- the plaques of appreciation.
inn, David Congregation;!
Abrahai i Gittelson, Beth Torah
Congregation; Lillian Ross. Tern-
hie Beta Am; Morris Tarasow
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Slate includes Joseph Cohen,
president; Judge Frederick N.
Barad. Albert Ossip, Leonard Zil-
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Mi Opening statement will be made
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'Back to School' At Beth Shirah
Tr* brotherly murrterousrievs or -,< ^i in the heart- of
BcpoMicaM b probably a toor* .na. tr.i itch than the next
oc-Clajr fight Bol Ifct r,otK>r. mat ther destno* each other
'-. rertol Baytwa ar .- ralerBnreBiNixon
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What?-- t:>e Ben a- ykelj I die the) have al-
By dj(j Nothing Ihej can ncu say about each other uill do their
pert} even a !r< I Ike dama2e that the GohH ater campaign has
a beat each other, but the caadMatea thej ha-.e ottered ior nat.onai
lership and ..::: the) hav-j made. That went
rest ii a.'v rn
On* can ** n#Jf GoidwaUr and BUTCB m kfp the rmce
- r. ir. the living room It isn't juit the fear that the neighbors will
< erfcear: it is the retnrtance tfl ?ive ir. accounting for their unparal-
ed election flapdoodle. Having laid an egg 'bat won't hatch they
vunt to go light on rifting on it for another four years, in the hope
thai son el >' nMsetthK lonethang in it \ill stir to life. What they
' -r, 1 an) la admit even to themselves is that it tas dead from the
- A thai the ont} hope i = to act rid of it smell and all
If it it true that some leader* are doomed to play their roles twice
- the Stage of history flrtl at tragedy, later at farce then Barry
Coidwater ii a striking instance. Il<- led the crusade in 1964 and was
from his -tandpomt tragically Now his effort to silence the
< ,.< of :.< election di-a-ter. and to shift the blame to Nelson Rocke-
f..ir I.- ndon Johnson the columnists, anyone but himself, has become
i .. ..., <: fan
Rockefeller was not the < ol the Republican diaastei he
Brst victim Nixon it not th< champion of Republican unity he
.) hop) lain in the role <: arbiter a leadership he lost a^ a
;.. rti-an Goldwater and Burch an rifling to ue him becausi he is
nl) Republican btggei than a midget who li v illing to be used.
When an organisn get rick th< way to restore it is not to prate
.ut the blessings ol health il is to ^-t at the sources of the sickness
osl every Republican leader todaj understand, thi' Nelson Roche
i ler Sen Javita Keating, lodge Gov Volpe &n Attorney General
oke ol Massachusetts Gov, Chaffee of Rhode Island, Rep. John
1 ndsaj Sen Case Go* Scranton Sen Scott. Gov. Rhoades and Ray
and Robert Tafl .ir ol Ohio Go\ Romney, Gov, Hatfleld, Win
thrnp Rockefeller Charlei Percy and Sen. Dirksen the list could
n ach to the end ol this page: even then it wouldn't include all the >.hat-
! career* and broken hearts in the wake ol the Goldwater ad-
ire
Barry Goldwater seems to believe that he lost basically because
tfci Republican Part) i- not yet conservative enough for victory One
tl inks back to the medieval quacks bleeding their patients and when
they had found some luckless devil with a little blood still left in him
ing off tl' capful in order to cure him by leaving him blood-
and i te di ad. The 194 brand of Republican malady is not its
erini i khie of liberalism II is its far-out Itightism combined
, ihi m ol the Southern Democrats-turned Republican-
But the Goldwater-Burch-Nlxon axia has little hope of prevailing.
i, manj enomiea and no afliei It has left too much rum be-
!; pite thi oi ratulatory telegrams thai Goldwater
tche liscd breast, the facl Is thai he is now a general with-
., : man without party, a leader with only the skimpiest ol
,.,,: His philosopl irned, his ttrategj baa proved a
the nati licea in its deliverance as never before, the whole
tern orld >. Whei a "crusade" has ended thus
prolong il any further becomes a thing of madness or sadness.
Thi- doei not mean that the Republican Party is dying. It still
I the teal during the nexl two years will be theirs. Out of the
'i economic issuea anti-statist where possible. :niddle*of-the road on
cial welfare measures, anti-Communist and Internationalist on world
'licy. liberal on civil rights. Even after its repudiation by the Gold-
. iter faetioa this is still a working philosophy, and still the basis lor
foils opposition to the high-riding Democrats,
Poi the moment. Go? Romney and Gov. Scranton are out in front.
I tli<- Qery teal during the nevt two years will i).- theirs Out of the
MB. elections Tart and Percy may emerge with considerable strength,
unpaied with th lour the Goldwater faction has little to offer the
rty nationally The RepuMk will survive, and I suspect that the
publi< -ii a ill too
Or Tuesday. a p.u. at Temple
Beth Sktrah. the following mem
hers ol the Religious and Hebrew
School faculty uill be presented
art a formal "Back to School'
night
Hehrevr School Mrs Leah Fik
sei and Mass TamaT Eltayam.
Sunday School Mr- Dolores Ro-
seau. k:ndergarten: Mrs Jane
Barrow. f.r-t grade. Richard
Siegel. wcond grade. Mr- aforrii
Wa^serlauf. third grade: B H
(Jhesman. fourth grade. R. H
Tamilian fifth grade. Mr- Big-
fried Dayan, lixtl grade. Sanford
r Donnss, seventh grade. Col. Ar-
thur E. Conn, eighth grade. Jef-
frey Rosinek. ninth grade: Mrs.
Morn- A Skop art* and crafts;
Gary Glick mu-ic
Parent- will attend clas-es and
follow the curriculum in a half-
hour survey of Jewish Bible, his-
tory customs and ceremonies and
current event-.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Can
tor Herman K. Gottlieb, education
director of the schools, will de
scribe the programs outlined for
the weekly and holiday assem-
blies, as well as the Bar-Bas MttX-
vah groups.
Honor .student- will show their
work in Jewish arts and craft-,
mu-ic and childrens' choruses, as
well a- the dramatic programs ar-
ranged for the various Jewish
holidays, including the Purim car-
nival. Pe-ach practice Seder, and
Sukkoth ervicek.
Mrs. Jerome Schulman, super-
visor of the daily Nursery Kinder-
garten, will present the program
of the Temple Primary Depart-
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members of the Temple's Educa-
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Religion* and Hebrew Schools.
Mtta. Bernard Handler.
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bur Aaronson. Mrs. Burton Y;
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Friday. November 13, 1964
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Keyserling, Cherrick Guest Speakers
At Miami's Hebrew U, Humanities Fete
Leon Keyserling nationally not
r. economisl and cfiairman of the
Council Ol Kmonomic Advisors to
former President Harry S. Tru-
man uill be finest speaker at the
Miami Humanities Building Din,
.,'r taking place at the Konta.no-
bieau H""'1 on Wednesday even-
, \ov 25. it was announced by
l Dinner Committee.
Jack P Poplclt, president of the
v'nM Florida Division. American
",.,,,,,!- ol the Hebrew University,
BfMVaiW CHERR/CK
Young Judaea
Chanuka Weekend
Junior Young Judaenns from all
lover the South Florida area will
gather at Hugh Taylor Birch State
[Park Youth Camp the weekend of
\nv. 21 foi the fourth annual
\ Judaea Chanuka Weekend
tponsored by Hadassah and ZOA
:. jh the South Florida Zionist
k Commission.
lThe program, open to fourth
I sixth graders, will center
the theme of Chanuka which
Judaeans will explore in stor-
, games, dramatics, Israeli
I and dances, sports and
npfires.
B'he annual weekend is also a I
pnion for Camp Judaea, the ]
une Judaea summer home in
bill Carolina. George Stern, of
lanta, regional director of Young
Baea and director of the sum-
camp, w ill participate in the
kkend, heading up the program
If
Ihe youngsters will also be
Jervised by trained Judaean
leaders under the supervi-
nf Frank Farcnbloom, Miami
director.
sponsors of the dinner, -aid tlyit
the Miami Ruilding in the Humani-
ties Complex on the Hebrew I'm-
vcrsity campus at Givat Ram
Jerusalem, will be erected at .1
COS) of $300,000.
"I am certain that after learn-
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university from Keyserling and
the program for the Humanities
Building from Bernard Cher-
rick, executive vice president of
the Hebrew University, that our
Miami area leadership will
pledge outstanding support to
the project," Popick said.
"It would be a great tribute to
our community if Mr, Cherrick
upon his return to Jerusalem fol-
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to the Board of Directors of the
university that construction will
begin on the Miami Humanities
Building due to the generosity of
our community," he a.Idol.
As President Truman's com
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Secuity Council. Not-
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and business groups. He is well-
versed on the economic progress
ol the state of Israel and has serv-
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cf the Hebrew University, pledg-
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111 the Xov 25 event. "We are
making plans for a large attend
ance at the dinner to hear our dis-
tinguished guests, Mr. Keyserling
;.nd Mr. Cherrick, and to help
launch the construction of the
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LEON r.CYSWUNG
The lir-t synagogue-based chap-
ter of ATM), college age organiza-
on. United Synagogue of Amer-
ica, in Ihe Southeast Region was
formed last week at Belli Torah
Congregation in North Mm mi
fieach.
This is a pioneer elfori for the
entire South. Previously exist-
ing chapters were located on the
college campus. The Beth Torah
group will include all young adults
whether In the student or work-
ing class
one ol the major purposes "i
the group i to close the gap be-
tween Ihe teen-age years and the
time for joining a congregation.
Theodore Schoenberg, acting
chairman of the group, delivered
a talk on ATID during last week's
Friday evening services, and Beth
Torah ATM) members served as
hosts and hostesses' to all parti-
cipants.
Abraham J. Gittelson, education
director of Beth Torah, i- serving
as advisor to the group, with Mar-
shall Baltuch, youth advisor ol
Beth Torah and international ATID
Executive Hoard member, as con-
sultant. Gabriel Shantzis i> chair-
man ol the Beth Toraii Youth
Commission.
Drama Workshop Meetings
"Act Nov..'' drama workshop of
the Surfside Community Cenfe
i- meeting Monday nights, 7
to 10:30. Gertrude Maix. local
actress, is in charge.
Are you spending an extra
dollar on these three words ?
Not if you're buying Canadian Lord divert. You won't find the
words"Bottled in Canada" on any of our bottles.
We're bringing our great Canadian whisky across the
border in barrels and bottling it in the U.S.A.
This way, we save enough in taxes and freight to shave
about a dollar off the price of every fifth.
(Good Canadian whisky will never be cheap. But at
least we've found a way to make it reasonable.)
Try it.
Just look for the important new Canadian.
In the handsome square bottle.
'^Without those extra words.
dnadian Lord Calvert
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need for life insurance. The children have grown up,
retirement is not far away and the tax people are
getting interested in your estate.
You need a lifetime income for your wifea
requirement that is emphasized by the life expec-
tancy tables and the three out of rive chance that
wives will outlive their husbands.
A surprising number of people have taxable estates
these days, thanks to inflated values. Estate taxes
could be a thorny problem for your heirs and may
require the sale of irreplaceable assets.
Age 65 for most men brings retirementyears
that can be a rich and satisfying experience if you
have enough income.
The ideal solution to all these problems is Life
Insurance, guaranteeing immediate cash or lifetime income depending on
the need. Talk to the Man from Manufacturers. You'll find him especially
helpful in measuring your present insurance against these "new dimen-
sions" after 50.
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Friday. Norernber 13,
Tickets for John F. Kennedy Peace Forest
Dinner Reported Going Rapidly Here
Dedication at the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue,
tfaabington Ave.. will oe r.eld Sunday, Dec. 27. at 2 p.m.
nbof h Stern ;s =p-.-j. leader and associate founder
three month-old synagogue.
Ben-Gurion White Book'Reported
To Give Low Down on Spy Affairs
Continued from Pag* 1-A
of the Egyptian intelligence ter-
K.
According to Mr. Prittle. the
.' Egyptian Colonel won over Paul
Frank, the German uorkinj* for
Ira<-: .inn that Frank ay.-rcd to
work for ( ol. N'ourl and, in o
c<'ir.-_ betrayed 'he Israeli net-
work in Egypt all of them E
: leasl two of (be
Ited, one commit-
ted suicide, and several other-
were sentenced to Jong prison
term-.
Mr Prittle also 'ays that, ac-
cording to Ben-Gurion's report,
Frank later collaborated asain
uith Noun when the latter was
-'lit to Bonn to develop Egyptian
secret service activities there.
Franks collaboration with Egypt
in Bonn were discovered by West
Germany, and Frank was tried
there and -ent to prison for 12
years.
DURING THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Tickets for th Juhn F Ken-
Pea e Award dinner are
ill of the Jen
National Fund of America re-
ported here this week
The dinner the first Stab
ir for the Je -> Sa-
il Fund and will be held at
' ntainebleau Hotel on Sun-
evenin| L>ec 6 The dinner
vill mark the opening event fOJ
he John F Kennedy Peace For
-t in Israel
U.S. Sen. Abraham R.bieoff,
of Connecticut, will be principal
speaker. A host of national,
state and local public officials
will attend this function.
At the dinner, the Jewi.-h Na-
tional Fund will make two new
.wards in its 70->ear-old history
The awards will be made to an
honoree. as yet urn:, of a
?old medallion, for service ren-
lered the Jewish National Fund
oward the e-tabli>hment of the
John F. Kennedy Peace Forest in
Israel.
The second award will be made
1 o another honoree. with his name
if fixed to the Florida pylon, at
he entrance to the Kennedv For-
?st.
There will be 51 pylons erected
\ it the John F. Kennedy Peace
Forest, one for each state of the
union, including Puerto Rico.
A replica of the pylon will be
placed in the Florida State cap-
ital in Tallahassee, where the
state will keep it on permanent
display.
The John F. Kennedy Peace
Forest will be planted on land de-
fended over 2,000 years ago by-
Bar Kochba and his followers.'
A broad highway, known as the
John F Kennedy Memorial High-
way, will be built by the Israel
Government to make access to
'< President
II
Bryant an'!
rnor-elect Haydon !', inu are
tanoran chairmen, other
committee are

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er m- oiuntary, control? The
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rstand thut a law may not
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te their tears, showed a
tendency tov ard as-
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"Jewish Fkrldfar
Page 13-A
iJKcligious *3<
ervices
.fUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. I
Orthodox. R;' E"r-
,.U4T SHALOM CONGREGA.|i
*..*M W SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Jintor l,r.eM $h6 EMS. 2533 8W 19t Ave*.
CjnfvJ<1>'e_
.-th DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
B'!y,t,ve. Rahm Norman N. Sr.apiro.
Jnis (AJeekend
A TASTE OF HEBREW
Leal s.-rvl
Shapiro at Beth Do,-
Saturday B:S0 a.m.
: \ i-.irtlnt the '>"
gS?r William
Friday -
',''^,'tin.i'.. a.m. Bar Mltavah.
;;;,, r....... < '" *"d Mi"H-
Arthur Hokol ( ^____
i. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
Sox R">' Solomon Schiff.
Maj
Id i ____
aETH ISRAEL 711 40th St. Ortho-
o "nbb. Berel Wein.
fl(hl Saturday 9 a.m. and
gfTH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
umches,
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pfth KOD^SH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Mod"" Traditional. Rabbi Max
snapno. Cantor Benjamin Ben-An.
. i Veteran* I > -. i -
..... I'eace mi.>r
...I h> Mr. and Mr*. Iia -
| i luinor.irj ih.-.-i.i. in f
I : I ji tn "Wei kl>
\\. Mum ''." !! -
CANDUUGHTING Tim
8 Kisiev 5:13 p.m.
- ; i.i .....in..
Mltcvuh: Brio,
II.III \ Srlltllllln
..4
-.n of Mr. in.l Mrs.
I. Min.-ha :. p.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Will our
l'r.-;ini ..I IV.ii-.- b.- Sh.-iti.-r.-.IV Adult
choir, under direction .! Mr. Herbert
Baumcard, win participate with Can-
tor Kodner In muxlcal portions of the
service*. Baturda) 11:13 a.m. Bar
Mltavah; Steven, ion of Mr. and Mrs,
Joaeph Reivmnn,
I TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kin-
i per'
Prldit) R:is [..in Dlwuiwlon Kulibath.
[I Topic: -| ChiMiukii Imitutlni Chilxt-
I mas?" Saturday n sum.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mar Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
I'rldio vi:, p.m. Hermon: "Change* in
Hi- Kremlin." Haturday 9 a.m, s.-i -
mi. n. "The I'or t Ion ol the Law." ISur
Mitivah: Gary, -.n of Mr. and Mr*.
Churleti Uplcin*.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi 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.
I- iday :30 p.m. Sermon: "Who**- In
ihe I'rlver'* .-.-u." Junior and Kenloi
i'sy group* will participate in -.-n -
i.-.-s. Saturday vl.'. ii.m. Bar Mita-
vah: Marry, ...M .,i Mi. and Mr* Har-
old i '-..-

BETH \IOSHE CONGREGATION.
TEMPLE SINA; OF NORTH MIAMI.
1*100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale
Krldn) R:1S p.m. Pulpit sweat, Irving
.lacob*on, executive admlni*tratoi of
Hi,. Temple Topic: "The Mi inure .-i
Adultl......I '
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# TEMPLE T.FERETH JACOB. 951
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly- E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
wood 17?5 Monroe St. Conservative, iviil.n i-, n.m Veteran* Bos ob-
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor .,.lv.,ii.. Iliu-'j Shlibluil .-|...n-.'r.-.l b>
Ernest Btelner. ,IWV anil JWYA, hoated l>j Ml anil
Mi I .1 i.in. -.i..ii in in. in..1 j ul he I
in ltd nar.I
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A Weekly Column for Beginners
reseated by
THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE
aad the
AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Editor: DR. SHI.OMO KODr'.SH
nttfe r^nm ?s
So, yoa have been waatinf to learn Hebrew for a Iobr lime. If* still
aot loo late, but, remember the Hebrew proverb:
All beginnings are Kol hslhalot kashut
difficult
I am beginning Anee mathil*
I'm beginning to learn Anee mathil lilmod
I'm beginning to learn Anee malhil lilmod
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform.
Rabbi Samu'l Jaffe.

TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St Reconstructions^ Rabbi
Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott*
lieb.
13630 VV. Dmie Hwy. Conservative. TEMPLE BE Th SHOLOM. 4144 Chase brother* Sal
'-Mil Marcovitz. Cantor Ave. Liberal. Raiibi Leon Kromsh. t'ui'tniin will ol
Hyman Fe.n. Cantor David Conviser. __.'^ 1
s- """" ">'* Krlrla) : ,- ... Pulpit gU< M, 1>I
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l'h........; ''" Mil it Top \\\ ii i:......
B,,r Mltxv.in: Kon- ,.,.....,,., ,,.,, ,., ,,,,. |,.,..,. ., ,,
j ,.,1 un i...hi- aii.-i: 1'hib.w.pii, ... vnu-il.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave.
OrthcJOK Ralph Kneger, tecre-
U'y
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or-
i Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St Conservative Rabbi
Nath.in M. Zwitmjn. C.intor Alex
ander Cohen.
TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Raobi S. M.
Machtei. Ca nor Abraham Reiseman
l-Yi.l.i> K p.lll .-'. i iii.'i \ Kl** foi
'in.i.i. ii.i su'jirdn) '..'." :. in .iim-
ii. i 'ututi. u.iii '.i '*t\ lei -
BETH TORAH. 1o4tli St. and NE 11th
As- Conierv it.ve. Rabbi Max Lip-
SclitJ C.intor Ben-Zion Kuschen-
laum.
mil i:U p.m. Veteian*
., I:.is Mil/.miIi Arli ne,
i m an.i Mrs stinon I.' _"" .
,, .-..,.1., .s.l.. am Bai Mil/- TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing-
,1 .on ..i Mi and Mis ton Ave. Conservative. Raobi Irving
..Ii. km 4ii Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
_ .,____ i-'ii.i... >:i i> m. Hadaaaah Sabbath.
B'NAi Raphael. 1401 nw 183rd St. Sermon: "A Return t.. th.. BookA
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. j Mn*t." Mis- Lilhui (I......man, paat
Cantor Jack Lerner. president. Miami Beach Chapter ol
i : i-in Hadatutah Sabbath Hadawah, will extend Rreetin**. hnt-
Mi>. Michael Krop, uromy "' Sermon: "Weekly I'or-
. :h.ii Cnapter, lln-
"larael: Bream and
.-..uir.l.iy S::'.u a.m. S.-r-
lIU'.ii: "P.rtiotl of the \V*-rk." Mlnrha
} p.in
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FLACLER GRANADA. 50 NW Slat i
Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ro-
enffio. Cantor George Goldberg.
ii..i.iv (-. p.m. Sermou: "A Pre-
UK M. .-.-am." tim-K Ultab-
Mr. ..ii.I Mro. Morrl* Row-
ire moving ti a ne*
I.--MI. Ml .in.l Mis. I'avlil 1 <>rl lllall.
..eddliifl annlvot s.u>.
i in Sermon: "Weekly
i' mInciin .' p.m.
FT LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ricnard M. Leviton.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
ar. O.tiiodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Cross.
! I i' .a .Viturila. 9 a in and
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SiNAI. 1201
Johnson st Constrvative. Rabbi
D.iv d Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah
Htiibraun,
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HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
St., Homeataad. Conservative. Can-
tor Pincus Aloof.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
S>t. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swiraky. Cantor Louis Cohen
riinl vl". pin Sermon:
I i| i Hi. Map btu
s. i.....ii How i" M<.. .i
p in
3 C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGLE 1532 Washington Ave.
lox, H iiiui Ti'.ior H. Stern.
Sal ui daj Hi .. m
... I.....S tllll .1.1111 III >
Mill. In .". p III
KM SETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
O ti-r.dox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cmior Abraham Seif.
ilun."
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE Wh St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
r'rlriay v r. p.m. Sermon: "What Qivo*
iia Strength to .n LlvinR?"
TEMPLE 2AVIORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks
Cantor Ben Dickson.
I r.'l.i. s I*, p.m. Sermon "I* n Horn*.
a I'lni'i ... t h Sntui da) v I*-
.! in Sei.....n "Honor ii. < ii i w i.--
ilom
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TEMPLE 2:ON. 8000 Miller Rd
Consei vative. Rabbi Alfred Wax
man.
Prldit) s :>' p.m Ban Mltavah: Ran-
dei dutiRhter --I Ml an.I Ml *. I'ani.l
I. I.lniali Salillilay '.' a.111. Bar Mll/.-
vuh: MiiKon. mm of Mr and Mr* Jon-
. ph Muliiuith.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Raobi Henry
Wernick.
Friday R:S0 p.m. Sermon: "Man. Dual
..i- Deity." Saturday '.' n.m. Sermon:
"Portion ..r the Week." Bar Mltavah:
Joel, s..ii of Mr and Mis. Natnan :
Prince.
YOUNG ISKAtL. 0 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. Raobi Sherwin Stauber.
i-viii.i> :.::: p.m. Saturday I a.m. Her-
mon: "Aftermath of the Journey.*1
Otien Bhubbaih profpfam for children
:;:.:o p.m.
Hebrew
Today I'm beginning
lo learn Hebrew
I'm speaking
I'm speaking Hebrew
Today I'm speaking
Hebrew
I'm beginning to
speak Hebrew
Today I'm beginning
to speak Hebrew
Very good'
lhank you! Good b\'
ivrit
Hayom anee mathil
lilmod ivrit
Anee m'daber
Anee m'daber ivrit
Haybm anee m'daber
ivrit
Anee mathil I'daber
ivrit
Haybm anee mathil
I'daber ivrit
Tov mod!
Todah! Shalom
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goodby shalom!
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AMI BEACH ET2 CHAIM. 1544
W.isi.myton Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strjfeld.
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3"37 Bird Rfl. Modern Traditional.
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wala.
[da) :. IS an.
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SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mlaa.
'day .". p.m. Saiiiniav 8:30 a.m. Bar-
''"'' "I..-II.T ..I Kate."
TFMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Con-
ervative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
<-antor Maurice Neu.
! '*) 1:15 an.i H:i:, p.m. "Moral
wnkrupicv ,.r Vvnere Heaven and
"ih Meet." saiania. B:4S a.m. Ber-
'""" "Portion .n the Week." Bar
By RABBI HERSHEL BOOKS
Temple Zamora
Certainly, I have heard the old
axiom. "Never argue politics or
religion." I even believe strong-
ly in the fundamental principle
Of separation of church and gov-
Cl nment
In m> capacitv as a rabbi. I
teach religion n
although l do n<
argue politics ii
private or i
p u b 11 c. Ilov
ever, politics i
not a (Inly word
it is. in fact, th
prerequisite o
every good citi
zen to be involv
ed in politics, t
know the issues
and to be cor
cerned about th<
political prob
loins affect- RABBI BROOKS
in- the nation, or the commun-
ity.
The rabbi as spiritual leader
should be no less concerned about
politics than any other citizen in
the community. He should, in
fact, be deeply concerned with
what happens to the community
Tins page is rre^rttl m CO-
oberatiun with the Greater Mi-
ami RaMrinicdl Aaiociarion.
Coordinator of feature* ar-
pedrlwa t.r i it
DR. MAX LIPSOHITZ
spiritual leader 0/ BctJi Ton*
Congregation 0/ Horth Miami
Beui-li.
and to the welfare of all people at
all levels, bo it local, state or na-
tional.
Religion means more than mere
prayer and devotion. It involves
also cultural, educational and soc-;
ial welfare obligations. Isaiah
called for universality in faith.
Amos called for justice to all.
Every major prophet and leader
in Israel has described religion as
an all encompassing way of life.
The practical problems of a com-
munity and the ethical life of man
i- part ol religion.
The rabbi as a religious leader,
as spokesman on life, has the dut)
to -peal: out against Injustice,
against immorality, and against
platforms of any kind that ho may
feel will lead to moral decay. This
duty may draw the rabbi into
areas which one politician would
like to dominate completely. Prac-
tical justice should not be a pri
vate domainthe politicians'. And j
;n areas concerning politics, man
should use his own judgment, man
should feel his own heart, and
man should follow the dictates of
I his own conscience.
The rabbi takes his cue from the j
j prophets of old. Elijah spoke up j
against the practices associated
with one pagan god, a Baal in his
day. The Rabbi, as the prophet of
old, may speak on the issues in-
volving any political canidate,
point out any lack of community
concern or injustice in prevalent
issues.
The issues, and not the candi-
dates, are the primary concern of (
the rabbi. Not as the prophet of]
old who mentioned names of the
leaders of injustice and immoral-;
ity, in most elections the rabbi
should refrain from endorsing any
SYNOPSIS Or THl TORAH PORTION SNABBAT VA-WZf
This is the seventh Sidra of the Book ol Genesis (Bershit).
After receiving, though deceitfully, the blessing of his father.
Isaac and arousing the wrath of his brother. I'sau. Jacob is urged
to journey to his uncle. I.aban. there to find refuge, as well as
to find a helpmate among his own people.
On his way to llaran. Jacob lay down to rest at a place
where God appeared to him in a dream, promising to be with him
and to give the land to him and his seed after him. Rising the
next morning, Jacob lifted the stone on which he had slept, and
set it up as a pillar He Called the place Beth-El, meaning "House
of God," and vowed to serve Cod there when he returned to his
father's house The Lord would be his God.
In Haran. Jacob worked twenty year- as a shepherd for
I.aban. Loving Rachel, he works for her an additional seven
years, after being forced to marry her older sister. Leah.
Perhaps the deceit perpetrated against his father. Isaac.
and brother. Esau, has now boomer a nged and Jacob is punished
in retribution.
Nonetheless, both Leah. Rachel, as well a- his maid servants.
BUhah and Zilpah, bore Jacob eleven sons and one daughter.
At God's direction. Jacob returned home to his father's
bouse, meeting the angels of God.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
tracted from "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and
the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y.
President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph
Schlang.
candidate: for if he does, he may
be guilty ol influencing electors
merely because he speaks from
a House ot God and because of
the respect duly given his posi-
tion.
Most of all. he becomes part
of a political football gamehe
loses the special significance of
his position, that of the teacher
speaking out on moral issues.
This, however, must be em-
phasized. The freedom of the pul-
pit must never be minimized, and
the rabbi must be allowed to
speak freely as his heart and con-
science dictates. There can con-
ceivably be situations where the
I rabbi w ill feel impelled to go be-
: > mill a discussion of issues. In
these rare instances, the rabbi
1 must speak according to his con-
science.


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Friday. Nover.be. 13 ^
UN listening Post:
By SAUl CARSON
Dag Hammarskjold
And Martin Buber
or
'
THE SURFACE, I
(.'- of
- Martin Euber. Ike
it)' in J<
be b -' General of the
Tl Hammar-
Id had t r< ipeet and an
fy for Buber i- a ell known here to tbose
undent tbi 1 snd activitii of both
: toted co| ; b tbe Je
piulo phi .-. om< major addresses
Hammai ikjold's en]
cle -r to toe world '.'.her: two le".
e been dictated by bim
da) he had tpenl a' L'nited Nation- Headquar-
befon be left tor tbe Congoand in- r
death One of tho < letter was to Butx other
htammar.ck
holm 1 .:;,. undertaking
a I lion into Swi of Bubei
01 existent
::; ....
....
. in 1
Furthi
I o that I :
pafii last hecti
life u hi 1 ..-Mi 20 to
ti 1
I It
10 iomi ol us hen orit). 11
I, as a the Sv edish .v
y. I inai i"1 I '.1 atin the franl ol
the annual N bel Prize in I teral 1 to 1: iber.
Thai ... I or thai translation into
-'' d h in 1 other 11 ion works translat-
ed bj Hammarskjold into Swedish, so that his fel-
nen be in the S edi h Acadamy could read
1 ea il) led to the av ard oi the
Pn to the writer thus pinpointed b) Ham-
. jold,
have in llammarskjold's own words
the clearest ol statements on the spiritual parallel
isi between the Swedish aristocrat, tor nearlj
' yean thi Ument of global statesman
"1 and Tho 1" and other
I ced Martin Bubei in I front
I the world \oi only be"
relation h ; but also bi 1 ause the
irp light on thr- personality ol
ai ikjold, the man abose L'N ai tions had
' nd imp ct on the Middle, East
neral and on Israel Arab relations in'parti
cular, it. seems important t'. take a good hard took
at Hammarskjoldas revealed b) the man him-
Through hi- diary. Hammarskjold (hows that.
like Buber, he combined the inner spirit of con-
templation with man outer need for action. The
Uvi of both men have been parallel. Buber. too.
v.a- never "merely" a philosopher From his
r days in Germany to hi-, latter year- in
Israel, Buber was also a man of action. The onlv
difference between the two is this: in Super's case.
li I '.it fend political work has been overshadowed
b) hii status of philosopher; m Hammarskjold's in
nee the itateiman's brilliance blinded nearly
th<- entire v.011-1 to the fact that the man also possess-
ed, arid Indeed tried to practice, his own art within
(he framework ot a deep religious existential phi-
losophy,
Off the Record:
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
What We Can Anticipate Under Johnson
LYNDON B.
bert M-
Wash -'
JOHNSON-*nd Hi/|
Humphre
1
h interest I
Dicfa may
-'- tbe implements! of ideal--1
..- tl
an op-|__
Bit) bring h;; drearr of a ma = -ive nuclear
- expet meat in Israel into reality. Even
before the -he co-caOed "LBJ plan' had
imaginattoi b th i-ra--.. and
%i tperti It ha rd to the
id)
Democratic platfi I 1964 provjd<
ar mandate foi thi LB I plai Optin
<:- of the Atomic
Em ion. and Secretai f tbe In'-1
first emi en Presi-
elcome Israi Primi ': nisti
iVashmgtoi stei ....
through With the electioi ..
Israel maj
1. ter to in

bi 1 -
1 ...

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lmt-n! nt i niqui
the 1 visit. The
""! its n
tin envoy- ol 13 Arab nati 1
; -ngton offei
I rident pen mal gue t, Mr Eshl
The Hawk anti-aircraft missiles
the Kennedy Administration
be operational. Pre-ident Johnson issued
that Israeli soldiers receive tbe proper train
i t Bliss Texas, in operating the mis
He tat to it that Prime Mini-'
ited Fts BUM and met the Israeli trair.ei
A new relationship between Israel
merged during the Johns
istratu ting confidence amor..
act-, ai:-
assassination, was to request Myer f
l and highrankin^ White ii
: sta) on and continue to perform :..-
ties including his role a- personal advisi 1
- matter- Ml
had much to do behind the -cene-. wits)
. .:: Israel taken b> Pr< -.
Sen. H
itb -
1 Soviet ti-Semitis On De I -
- ...
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the K


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Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN
If the Food is Bad, Try the Flowers
is,
FLOWERS AND FESTIVALS OF THE JEWISH YEAR.
By Lillian S. Freehof and Lottie C. Bandman. 192 pp.
New York: Hearthside Press, 1H E. 28th St $5.95.
|T'S WOMAN'S DAY in this space I lis week. On hand
on beat book put together with obvious devotion
b) Mrs Solomon B Freehof. wife of the rabbi of Rodel
Shalom Tei pie in Pittsburgh, and Mrs Chester 1 B
mj" 'l' >~ hers. man of Dr. Freehof's modern
iture class. Lillian Freehof .- the author of b.
and plays for children and a teachei and tran
Braille, among othei gardenin ... lership
mplishmenU.
The credentials, a- one can see. are well in order, and
the book is a marriage ol information on flower arrange-
ment and Jewish holidays. The Jewish content itself
while hardly unusual, is written with warmth and sim-
plicity, the historical background blending with the mod
era suggestions for celebration and decoration. Beside
the Jewish holidays. Thanksgiving and marriage are in-
cluded, and the floral suggestions range from home to
hot.l to synagogue, from table to hallway to chuppah.
Illustrated with 112 photographs, five color plates and
U drawings, the floral arrangements are especially inter-
esting when they make use of unusual containers or weave
in the symbols of the holidays. Some of the Chanuka
decorations had particular charm, and any of them would
undoubtedly suggest even more ideas to the creative
homemakcr. A final chapter on tho science of flower
arranging gives basic shapes and materials, plus a num-
ber of hints. This chapter, in fact might well have been
But the concern for beautifying the boli
is certain!) a lovely one. and the bo;k will be inspii
to many
THE AROUND-THE-WORLD JEWISH COOKBOOK. By
Erma Gold and Helen Stambler S50 pp. New York
Ktav Publishing House, 65 Suffolk St. S4.95.
This cookbook is for the true adventurer who's tir.
of serving the same old Qanken. There are exotic
marvelous re ipes here from all ovei the world
every one ha- been adapted to confirm to kashruth. S
yaki, fish in preen herbs Brussels style, stuffed radish. -
or kasha varnitchkea, they're all here, plus mouth-water-
ing others The type is big. and the double index. b\
categories and by countries makes the book easy to use
If the recipes don't turn out right, you can always
whip up a flower arrangement from (he other book and
feast the soul instead. Man does no: live by bread alone,
as >ome well fed fellow once said.
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
The Voice of the People Has Been Heard
MOW that the political campaign of
merciless duration 1- over, tbe
'
Z3
coun-
try will gel a much-needed respite froml
oratory, smear mediocrity, raucous I
promi e and the turmoil tint is the!
folkway of our national political con
test. 1
The voice oi the people ha- been
heard and counted and nov. we can re -**
turn to the silence of cur hearths togf -*V
contemplate the wisdom of our secret. Surely there will
be pondering during the long winter day- ahead whether
"" "alion bad Chosen Wisely. At the moment, however.
the transcending thought must be that the moment ol
decision is over and that the nation mu-t turn to its
future.
The campaign has been a bitter one with no holds
barred, the issues blurred and candidates themselves
etcnuigl in difference. But the people, as always, have
been able to extricate themselves from the political
debris and to come up with a winner, for themselves and
for America
Yet this mu-t be said toothe turmoil that marked
the pre-election months was not alone of the making o|
the candidates nor even of the barkers in the non-too-
RVOry political kiosks. There u;.- first the shadow 01
Khrushchev athwart the picture and, later, of the new
masters Ol the Kremlin; trouble in the land- of Africa
and Asia; social and political unrest in Latin America
fist-banging in Cuba; war drumming by a red China
drunk on nuclear potions; portentous grumblings 111 the
very heart of Europe.; and uncertainty 111 the directions
-I many Ol the new nations.
These, and the problems of an America adjusting it-
self to a new political, scientific and social climate, will
i.ix the wisdom and the vision of our President but if
he derives bis strength from the people, he will not fail
t ailure in this critical juncture of our century can
only mean catastrophe for our land, for the world for
humankind everywhere. The grappler.s 111 our age it
should be remembered, are not B Jacob and an angel
We are u young and powerful country with radiant
resources and moral perspective. Ciiven upright lead-
ership, honest direction, purposeful path, respect for
human dignity, dedicated vision and compas.-ionate out-
l'okwe will not fail.
The political campaign has engendered much bit
t-rness and divisiveness in the land, but now that it is
over, winner and loser must join in fervent prayer and
hope that the President will not falter either at home
or abroad.
Between You and Mt: By BORIS SMOiAR
Heroism Downgraded
UIHEN YOU
' throughout
TRAVEL now
the length and
width of Israel, you no longer hear
Ipeople talking of the possibility of
lArab attacks on the country. Nor
do they boastas they used to
lof how heroically they defeated
I the Arabs at this or the other spot
in the country during the War ot
_L._jLiberation. Todays talk by Is-
raels deals mostly with development, construction
and economic porgress. War memoirs in Israel are
"ancient history" now; the spirit in the country
is one of normal life and stability.
Little attention is being paid by the average
Israeli to Nasser's threats, although the Israeli
Government is very much on the alert. 01 course,
everybody in Israel realizes that the state of war
between the Arab countries and Israel is far from
being a matter of the past. However, the average
Israeli citizen is quite confident that the govern-
ment has the situation well in hand and can deal
effectively with security emergencies should they
arise. A lot of things have changed in Israel since
the War of Liberation, and this too contributes to
the decline of talks about heroism.
Hundreds of thousands of Jews came into the
country after the War of Liberation-among them
many young peopleand to them the heroic deeds
in the fight with the Arabs immediately after the
proclamation of the State of Israel is a distant
event They live now in Israel, but they did not
live through the war experiences and the hard-
ships which the population suffered in the early
months and even years of Israel's establishment


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\, ,,., day .,f October,
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Hi
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\na\D FOR D*0* CH"TY.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THt |
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA ,N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 120V1
in UK:
Ail. i......n ol Donald Atoton Fair,
a minor
By: Jack Ray Vanlandlngham,
ins stepfather
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
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Reaid. in < unknown
y*ou, N\ R. I -Milt, are hereby
notified Hi..i ,i Portion for Adoption
ii,,.- been filed, and yuu ana required
i,. serve ,. ropy of jour Answer or
Pleading to the I'erttion fin- Adoption
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each week for fotn "- ii weeks
in Tin: JEWISH H.ORIDLAN.
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Florida, tin- ::"il> du> of .October,
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or li- i.i-
Clerk of the
tore the Till
If \.. i fall
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64779
IN i:i: Eatati i
l;. ,.->: \ IK INK.ISACM
..... I .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ,' illto and All Persona Hi
ii.I- -\-.i i'. "
V.ni .i nol led and
. ,i ... .i, t an} glim and
inaii.i- which you maj havi ag
th...... n, ..i IH iSE A Hi INIGBAI M
been Inatltuted | bold Bulldln
attainal
detie "
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN '"'
thi. inderstaned. dealrina to eegaae
J buXS mtder the fiji- '-^"^ '
Avenue, M ami, Intend lo reglal
mU ..-. with the Clerk .l tfcjTCTr-
"' DIKTRIBrTORS. IXC.
Ili-\i;v N"i tR'cON
Vtiorm v for Aim .'ant
Bipcayne WdM ,3_ ?(l ,, Ct
miii (or .lain.i-. haa
..,i together \wih a Lto I en-
vmir ii:..i..m\ deacrlbea as.
,; v,,' ,. the N. 845' at the E.
120. M' of the folloWlUfj amiM
i:. : nntiuj at point !>' N. "i
i:,;.i ..4 \v. the .- B. i orner of
S.,n..n 13, TW9- ''' S ami H.ii^e
ii B. Dad* County, r-Tiirida. run
N. I6S' to point: thence w. M0.I1
, ,, point; thence 8. M W
point: thence E. ana parallel to
She Section line, im -i' '; >'
i,.,int of ueKlnninir; exiept the -
;-W ,.f the i:. thereof.
ii rau tail to file your anawer with
the fMerfc of ih. al....- atytod teurt.
oil or before No\ ember -- '"'* '
%& *M -'rKT dr'^CORB
rih
Miami 32. Florida ind deceased late of Bade Count)'. Floi
,,, .., ...... i...i. .., i,..i. i iniii'.
the original Anau
inc in the office of th
Circuit Court on or b
dn> ..f December. r."'.i
to do go, in.'-in.ni by default "ill
! taken againat [ ou for the rellel
demanded In the Bill of Coniplalni
Thla notice shall be published nine
each week foi four eiinae; utlve weekl
in THE JEWISH FLORIUIAN,
,ll-.\\l>n r i a ...,,-...- v.
AM, OR PER ED al Mia,,,,, Ua> ol >
i,, ih.. ,'...,nt\ Judges >! I adi Coin
ami rile th, sum, In duplicate and -
i. ovldud hi S.i lion T.13.1*. noi
Statuti -. n th, Ir offlci a in the t-oun-
,, 'ourtbu ,-. in l >ade i 'ounty. f
i,la. thin ~,y alendar months i
the time .! iin fii -i publication hi -
he same ;ll be barred.
Dntcd .ii Miami, Florida, thla
2nd
TO:
IN
IN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 11163 ,
THE \\ II.I.IAMSIJl 'HUH SAV1NU8
BANK.
Ptointiff,
IAME9 i:. MOVER, et ux.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
lam. s !:. Moyer and Madeline
M. Mov.r, hla wife. Residence
I'nknown, and if remarrloo, their
unknown apouaea. II living, and
ii ,|. ,,i the unknou" helra, de-
vlsees, legateea, granteea, aa-
-iLiu.s. lienora, credltora, trua-
. ~ ,.i- other ,'liiiinanis claim-
Ins by, through, undi r or against
.,, v ... .... above named dafend-
.mis who are deceased.
, ,,, hereby notified that the
! li" .,, i : ,i......i action baa b. j" in-
i.iv a .....toin iwi ., ., circuit
. ..' "; El-venth Judicial t'lr-
.1. ... il foi Dade Coiin-
..,..,-. .i mortg -. upon the
l.l'owii Ued real PSP*J""
, ,|; ins ,. the Plat thi n -
In rial Book : at
ri.i Recoi ',- of
; da.
v. u I in file a
..,,.- i omnl .in
... ild l onrt,
Ihereof upon Plain-
MARTIN FINE
g, Miami, Floi
, later than November
i i. ,.,,. Pro Ci nfi --" 111
i -t you,
I \ Ti''' Ocl 21. 1 ':
K r. LEATHERMAN.
Cterk of the Circuit Court
i:, K M LYMAN
n. Clerk
i MiriN FINE
' Rollding;
ImiNI". .....
Florida, this -""li daj "i tK-toher,
All H.i'.l. .. ,
F. B LEA THERM \N, I li
Circuit Court, Hade County, Horl
(Circuit Court Seal) ,.,.,,
Bv; ,' L. ALEXANDER.
|..i.iiiy Clerk
Pr1R\*IN, rjOODMAN & HOLTZ.MAN
i.; Keybnld Building
Miami ::'-'. Florida
M.VI.N rjOODMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
11 ,.. 13, 20, -.

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Mi IRRIS Hi iNIOBACM
\. \,u,mi uai..i ,.l Estate ,
Hiihi \. 11, niabauni, dec
r -; |, iblli'.itlon oi i'
thi frh ,'.,, ..i Sovemb, r, IM4.
. 'HERE.N a. Hi L1'E.N
Attorn, for M 11 Honlgbaum,
Administrator
ROT mi up.1.1 Building
Miami. Florida H S-13-2"
CiRClMT COURT, ith JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLA.
No. 64C 11*33
I.I;n est farp in.
Plaintiff,
,-, iY'^-E v FAR10N
N0VcE"BnY: PUBLICATION
Y,,l ,-'.1.l>TE A PARIO.N
Si Iklrk Vvi lie
a nn Man.. Cans a
,.,1 to SI V'
111
;
,:Ti/.
tmF COUNTY UDGF S COURT
I' AND ^^"< HADE COINTY.
FLORIOA ,N DROBATE
No 64*67-A
!- i-
I'HYLLIS S.i VI
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
r | CnedUor. .. .., P. as Hax-
Vgnlnat Bald
' i ',u are hi r. I I "' ""',
,,, ,.. ,,..!..., anj '" and de-
nianda whlc....." <"-" ** aaaiiWt
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
,HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 12272
i in.-I:.
Plaintiff,
H. 111,-E.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
PAUL H. HICK
::,'.-'l Aator Avi nue
Cleveland, ohl..
'!' ARE HEREBY notified that
omplalnt for Divorce haa been
against you, and you are here-
required to serve a pppy of your
fi r to th,. nioi-iiii' on the
ntirfsj attorney, LESTER ROQ-
Whoae address i- '.':' N \V lltli
'. Miami. I- lorl.la. ami file the
Il of Hi. Inswer mi Ho- office
! Clerk of ihe El. v, nth Judicial
|,'l In anil foi I 'ail. '... ni\ I ,..i -
Vn or I,, fore the llh day of De-
r, l'...|. in default of which the
i.iint win i- taken aa confess-
J you.
ITFD this .Hi day ..r Novem-
| I'M, I.
B '- LEATHERMAN
il. ik of t),. Circuit Court
Bj K M I.Y.MAN
l'eputy Clark
1. I.,. 10, L'T, It,
^""^VHVM^'sVvKrX: M Ho,...... Mill
.. :-.; tit.-."!* 'wffiiHLSR: ____....._....
, ,i. County ludcn pi Uade '''"'ly-
., ,,.. ,,- same ... ,.,,,..ia,.,i | Set tlol lo. I '"'' ''
Satit-a, ... thaw J" h <*$:
,4 Courthouae In Daij" County. Ftor-
d. ultliin >ix r..U-...la.; m-;.'h "
,, ,,,.- of th- Oraj ,"" ,U"r,lT
,,f ,..- n. same '0I be baraad..
D......i .- aUM-.. n-rton. this M*
*> "< ^pffir^AMr??4-
As Exe- ulor
Pleat publloatluw of lhi" u"u, ""
the 10th ,ia> of o,i 1964
U".i>N KAI'I.AN ol
Myers Helman and haplan
Uterne] for Bxsculer
u.-.u s.W tot S11..1
jfhlml. norida MIM M/,.t8-t0
NOTICE UNDER
.be i!n'.lersivn-;i ZJE&
"' ^^KKMAT^F MIAMl' St 17145
tfW mh Court, Miami, l-lortda. In-
l""""l>' ^"EoSiE COHEN,
4 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN A\,r, rpR DADF COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64766-B
li, RE: c-t its of
CATHERINE ri.I.EItV.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
m 411 Credltora and Ol Persons
ll.i\ine claims .r I .email.In Against
Ba EM:,'1 :
v,,., ,.,. i,..,-,i..- noiifi.'1 "io re-
,, red lo nies. nt any -'aims and
demands which >""' ha ye a*lnt
,>,,. .,... CATHPRINE r LLER1 .
deceased mte ..." Bade Cnnnty. Flor-
Idg ... ih. Cubit .Imle.-s of I>nde
CnimtT and Wli th sam, n Jnni-
ente mul a- nmvlded in s.-.-ti.-i ,:i:i.i'..
s* i.-'i.. in thei*" offi.-.'s m
Ih, i- mi" Conrthm'ne in Dade cv>un-
iv, PtorMa. ,.i,i,i.i gra eoiepdnr
months from the time of Ihe firil
nuhUtwU'Wi hereof, or the game will
'.... m gml, Florida, ih: --,
M m:i i N '' ,1'UI.
,- utrlx
Wl'i 1 l-'i'll
, v ''','. Of
....... i.......: v
11.....: \
Coral Uablea, l- lorlda Ml'. i
11..., II,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 11257 .......
DOLLAR IVINOH BANK or I III.
CITY OF NEW YoltK
Plaintiff,
KENNETH W SCTTON, el ux. el al
Oefeiidnntfl.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO Kenneth W Sntton and Jan.. M.
Sutton, bis wife, real .I e n e e
I'nknown. and if
their unknown spouses, II living
ni,I If di ad, the unknow n hi Irs,
,i... Iseea, leaati, -. grant, i -. as-
lltneea, lienora i rwllto, trus-
.. ,., othei i la in.,in- lain
Ing bv, through, und......'-11'1;1
an\ ol the ala.ve named d, nil-
a ni- ... bo an il, ei asi d,
You b> ii.'.fi.'.l ihal the
,,,... ,.,!. ,... i action lias I., .....-
' yu '':
Eli .. mil Judli I i
of Fl, n and roi Itodi Coiin-

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m:i: SECTION V. I'm
Plat Ih,
rtcorded In Plnl Book it I
Ihe Public Records 'a in
You
H |,lainll I i '
i
.. ,i -,.,-,. ,..'"'
' x ; 'IN FINE 1
ci. ral II till I M" "rlu" '
nt Intel < "' '
I. ,. n D ee Pn ( onf. -
, ; ilnst j ou.
| \T! '
1- B I EATHKR.MAN
,-i. :, of the "Ircnll '".
Bv: c p c.i'Ci.ANi,
I my Clerk
1 VI pti\- 1--, VI-"
i .i, |..,i,-iii Rnlldlng
Miami. Florida Mill
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN than
ihe underslan, I, desiring t.. engag. I
business in,.i.r ii,.- fictitious luuiv
NATIONWIDE SECI'RITY SERVICES
at 105 I'.i-.a.ii. Building, Miami. Flo -
1.1., intends io reRlater said name with
the Ck 11. of he Circuit Court >.i I'
, 'niiiiii. i i.....la.
M \UT1N STEIN
CA1D1N 4 BOTHENBERO
An......->s for Murtin Stein,
A|.|ili.anl
;..'. |(i -. .,. a. Building, Mlani F
11 .,-1 :
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE ;> HEREBY GIVEN "
the undersign. I. desiring to engage in
bus!..... und. i lea fictitious nami
RALMo.NDO'S ITALIAN CCI8INE
_'"l N.W Islli Street, Miami, Flo Ida
M,i,,,,,. i-i., said name i",
the i "lerk of Ihe Clli ull Court of I'
Conn! (. I'l-i Ida
i:\Yi.\rn. INC.
ItAYMoND LAC1 HSH I
I'lvi
M ,\N E GREENFIELD, ESQ.
Aim ml
i
M i ..11.1.1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. IrlC 12231

I VI \ RHA N M RK i:
i
IN TMC nPCUiT rOURT OF THE
El EVFNTH JUn'CIAL CIRCUIT
)N ANP FOR DAnr rn.iNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
kin. 6C 117*0
ROBERT WDWAKD WARXE,
Plaintiff,
DONNA Pi'^o WAI-.-NE.
ii.'. ndnnt,
njTift OF PI IRLIf ATIONI
v,,i-. nONNA 1'ilM WAtlNE _'lV'
e-niRV fVeat Road, ovranswe, N- "
York h-r.i.v r..-'l that B Bl
.i i'm,ii.iii,| fr.r Drorce ha
f|.n nmlD*t inn. ini.l
i,,i.-,>,i io s.i" '- of ...,.,.- anew-, r
.1.......,.. 1" '"1 "' --."-V, M-
,-lV ,-MVV. ,..i.. 1 ..-. 'm R.....1
i | i .... M n I '.. -.-h. i.-i..-i.1:i ,.".1
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.". ri.- of '- ,.i." > .. .. '--
....... ,i... -'.'-i, ,1- ,..' v.,, ...ni.. "..:i
-i,. ,. ... Complaint will i* taken aa
,
itvti
"..:i
of October,
... ,. ,,...
By: L. BNET*' -"v' "
10/10, 11/6, IS,
\i: vu\\i c ci. \i'i. i:.
1 lef, -1,1.1111.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Pil Vrlhui i" i 'lark.-
1 '..lolll'.o. I > .. II
Y.m, MITIH'lt C Cl.AKK'i:.
hereby aollMed thai a BUI of Com-
i for Dli oi ce has been filed
...iin-! ...u. ..ml ...ii are required ...
, v. .i .!>- if your Anawer or Plead*
Ing io th, I'.iil oi Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney, ['allot, Mark*
' Lundeen, PnpiwB .\ Horwlch, l ."4
Ufred 1. dill'..in ButldiOB. -Mi.,mi >-
Florida and file the original Anawoi
. Pleadlug in iii. offloe of the Clerk
,,f ti,. .ii ^ i in i on or befoi the
Al, dajl "i Dec nil..r, l!if,4. If you
fall i...... -... ., al-:, .-nt l>> default 'll
i. ink. n ..ia.ii-t you for the r.ii.f ,!'-
nami. .1 iii the Bill of Complaint.
I'hla notice shall be published onca
'' "n neen ti ., h ,-,. four consecutive week*
' .n THE JEWISH rl.oKIIHAN
DONE \ND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, ihis 4th day of November,
A D. 1914
E. B LE VTHERMAN, Clerki
Cltvull Court, I wile County, Florida
(seal) Bl K M I.Y.MAN
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.4iami, Florida, Friday, November 13, 1964
Section B
BB Women Plan Varied Functions
Ronnie Wycke enjoys his new plastic airp'.ane in the Tots'
Playroom at Variety Children's Hospital where Mrs. Norton
allot left) and Mrs. Robert H. Traung 'right), members cf
5u in League, work as volunteers, fheir organization re-
. donated $7,000 to the hospital for 'he caie of two cancer
Miami Beach Council, B'nai
B'rith Women, Mrs, Max Kern
president, v ill hold the following
schedule of meetings
Chai Chapter is having a get-
acquainted social evening follow-)
od by cards and refreshments on1
Tuesday, s p.m., at the Deauville
Hotel. President Mrs. Ruth Cor
(v will conduct a horl business
meeting.
Freedom Chapter will inert on
Thursday. \ p.m No\ 19, at the
Surfside Community Center. Mrs
Harold Dutkin, president, will in-
clude plans for t lie chapter's
luncheon on Dec. 10 .ii the West-
view Countn Club on the agenda.
Harmony Chapter will hold a
meeting conducted by President
Mrs. Jack Dernis on Monday, Nov.
.'3. 8 p.m.. at Chase Federal, 41st
it. and Sheridan Ave. Program
highlight will he a Chanuka fes-
tival and refreshments.
On Sunday, itarting at ."> p.m.,
in Temple Ner Tamid's Sklar Au
ditorium, the chapter will hold a
County Fair Special features will
be make-up demonstration by
Conni Gordon, a home-made cake
-ale. games, prize- and refresh-
ments,
Hatikvah Chapter meeting on
Tuesday, l p.m., at Morton Tow-
ers Restaurant will be preceded
by eel fee and cake. President
Mrs. Cecils G. Kluger will present
Ilerzl Honor, who will review "" ie
Deputy."

Mrs Sally Fisher, president,
will conduct a short business meet
ing Of Miaimi Beach Chapter 'i
Tuesday, 12:30 p.m., at the De
\ilit- Hotel. Program will feati
an address by Mrs. Jean Feldman.
chapter consultant, a Cham
party, entertainment and .ele-
ments.
North Shore Chapter will h
' 'apt l.e i i Gardner as guest spi
i i at a meetinng on Monday, i
p m at the Deauville Hotel I
Cardi er is one ol the origii
group of pilots who flew displaced
persons from Europe to Isri
Mrs. Bctf\ Teitelbaum i- presi-
dent of the chapter.
Mrs. Melvin Rosenbaum, Mrs. David Alterman. Mrs. Albert
Beer and Mrs. George Laskin make plans lor 'he observance
of Jewish Book Month at Beth David Sisterhood's regular
.neeting on Nov. 18.
Tall lovely and sixteen. Mam
' i be honored on her birth-
a b> lur parents. Mr. and Mrs.
\ Unger, 7509 Treasure Is-
at a luncheon Sunday at
1 iu\ Die Hotel Carrying
blue eolor of the parly.
Miss Unger will wear a
turquoise sheath topped by
less eoat in a deeper
and matching accessories
Gut ts. ::;, ot Maureen's
- pran [parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Thurston, Mr. and
Emar.uel Unger and other
members and friends ol the tarn-
il he entertained, by a
cian A native horn
ian. teen-ager Maureen is
..... at Miami Beach High,
"" -'> 11;t in the school or
chestra and actively participates
"i the athletic program ,


MMMN SHAIN
SABEL GRCVE
She is also studying the piano
Celebrating ."(' years of mar-
riage, Samuel Davis and his wile,
ot the Morton Towers, guaran-
teed that others would benefit
from their happiness by endow-
ing a patient room at Cedars oi
Lebanon .
En route to supen ise installa-
tion "i n special 400-ft. tower,
designed by his company, at ;i
government site, Bernard Zipp,
ol California, spi nt the weekend
at the southwest home ol Edith
and Monroe Zipp.
Surprise birthday party last
Sunday nlsht at Les Violins lor
Bill Weintraub planned by wife
Miriam and the children
About L'ii other relatives gather-
ed round to sing the traditional
"Happy Birthday to You."
Dr, Sanlord and Helene Ziff
reluctantly turned down a gilt-
edged invitation extended by her
uncle. Milton Reynolds, the "Ball
Point" king, to come to an Am-
bassador's reception in Mexico
City Seems niece. Marcia,
daughter oi the Gerald Kluger-
mans, was celebrating her Bas
Mit/vali last Saturday, and the
south ol the border shindig, alas,
fell the day before Reception
vas in honor ol Ambassador and
Mrs, Nervo, recently elected a
Judge ol the International Court
at The Hague.
Snow birds from the north he-
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Friday
November 13. 1964
9-Jenist! ncrktiar.
Page 3-B
' Harmony Chapter
'Countv Fair'
B i B'ritn Harmony Chapter,
- h Iding > any Fair" at
;'i mple \'ei Tarn id on Sunclav Erom
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rhe ill be i >-. a
made cal paint
ty bj Conine Gordon. a
v are p. rt; and Janie Herin. of
-. w ho w ill
fcive make-up demonstrations
Chaii man ol the day is Mrs, Ye1
:.i R senkrantz. Mrs. .lack Dernis
is president ot the chapter,
Recer.t.v-eiected officers of Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna-
vjue !>.; (cording secretary; Mrs. Nathan Sommer, vice president;
Mrs George Simon, president; Mrs. E. G. Keller, vice pres-
ent Not shown is Mrs. Tibor Stern, chaplain.
lohtn Sisterhood Elects Officers
Cohen community Sisterhood officers elected re-
Sisterhood met onlcently are: Mrs. George Simon,
12:30 p.m. to make president; Mrs Nathan Summer,
i i hanuka luncheon | vice president; Mrs, Herman
I'm-day. Dee. i. at Schneider, recording secretary;
Hotel, Mrs. Tibor H, Stern, chaplain.
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irs, Fink Will
[eview Book
rth, president, Miami
,,..lt-h 'l'1 Chapter, an-
first m a series ol
ill p for Moonday. 1:30
Algiers Hotel.
Mrs Don thy Krieger Pink will
eview n Beyond the Wall."
sel.
will be marked for
educational program
|i bles youngsters who
I ther opportunity to ac-
elopment ot their tal-
r Hadassah Vocational
Miami Beach Forum
Miami Beach Forum, with the
cooperation ol the American Can-
cer Society, has arranged a spec-
ial lecture to take place on Sal
unlay evening, 8 p m at Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium, 1235
Washington Ave. A film showing
the seven danger signals of can-
cer will ho shown, with introduc-
tory remarks by Mrs. Betsy
Schotz.
Marjorie Acker
Gets Merit Award
Marjorie Acker, a tenth grader
in Coral Park Senior High School.
has received a merit award from
the Dairy Council of South Flor-
ida in recognition of her "unsel-
fish work with the American Red
Cross this past summer."'
Marjorie 14. daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. Samuel Acker, 6266 SW 10th
St.. did secretarial and clerical
work three days a week all sum-
mer for United Fund. She is a
member ol USY at Temple Zion,
an honor roll student, a student
Council representative, and treas-
urer ol the Spanish Club.
The Dair> Council has .i con
tinuing program to honor school
age j un \ people in Dade Coun-
ty Nominations car be sent to
Mrs. Ruth B Kassewitz, P 0 Box
346, Coconul Grove Station. Miami.
Temple Judea Sisterhood will hold an "Around the World'
costume dance on Saturday evening, Nov. 21, in the Tenure's
Reception Hall. Formulatinq plans for the evening are (left
to right) Mrs. Hyman Belkin, Mrs. Hy Lipson end Mrs. Sidney
Schwartz. Plans for the evening are being made by Mrs.
Abraham Stein and Mrs. Hy Lipson, co-chairmen. Original
decorations from around-the-world are beinq made by Mrs.
Melvin Schwartz. For the late supper, many delicacies from
different countries will be arranged by Mrs. Hyman Belkin.
Others on the committee are Mrs. Paul Edlow, Mrs. Leo Kop-
olow, Mrs. Jerome Modell, Mrs. Joseph Fron..':ir> and Mrs. Sid-
ney Schwar'z.
Democratic Club To Hear Speakers
Mottle Kahaaer Sisterhood
Mollie K ihaner sisterhood of
Beth I'orah Congregation is serv-
ing lunch on Tuesday Irom 11:30
a.m. to 2 p m
Democratic Club of Miami Beach
will meet on Wednesday, B 30
p.m., al the Sea Isle Hotel.
Business agenda, conducted hy
Walk Cluck, president, will in-
clude appointment ol the Nominat-
ing Committee,
Program will feature Rep. Lee
K. Weissenborn in a talk on
What the Democratic Party Still
Needs in Florida:'' Juvenile Jus-
tice Donald R. Stone. "Juvenile
Delinquency;" Rep. Murray II.
I Dubbin, "Jobs After 40;" and Ro-
berto Mojo-, former candidate for
presidency of Guatemala, "Bay of
Pigs "
A question and answer period,
will follow.
Temple Israel Exhibit
The museum of Temple Israel
i t Greater Miami, with an exhibit
ol Judaica, is open before and af-
ter Friday evening services, as
well as from !) to S p.m.. during
the week.
IMrs. Green At
ioneer's Confab
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Lei: to nght are Mesdames Helen Hornstein, vice president in
rharge of ways and means; Joseph E. Keiser, president of
Ihe Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida; and Ray
Lieberman, recording secretary, discussing the programs in
BOnoi of the Home's seventh anniversary.
Convalescent Home Marks Anniversary
r'i first m ;t scries of special
r- mmcmorating the sev-
crsarj jear of the Jew-
-!, i mvalescenl Home of South
has been announced by
- I E. Keistr, president.
I event will he in the form
universary Chanuka party
- rla> Nov. 29. at the Home.
by the Ladies' Auxil-
Men's Club.
The party will consist of an
House" for relatives of res-
lients and the entire Jewish com-
Horn 2 to 4 p.m. Refresh-
ill be served.
rriinji to .Mrs. Gertrude
k Ff, chairman of the Resi-
.....littee. "this is the resi-
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ginning to flutter south now that
rtber is so close Ex-
pected soon from New York for
her annual winter visit, Mrs.
Jennie Zilbert who will house-
guest with son, Lenny, and Koz
Zilbert at their Ninth Bay Is-
land home Also due soon.
Lenin sister in-law. Mae Lcp-
seller. who'll slay until after
New Year .
For Arthur Newman and wife
Maxine, the season stinted sev-
eral weeks ago. when they en-
tertained several northern visi-
tors at their home ... In addi-
tion, the Newmans have hcen
traipsing around themselves quite
a bit attending to Arthur's legal
affairs But they'll be even
busier if the rumors about his
possible c ndidacy for the next
State Legislative race become
fact.
If David Platt, assistant prin-
cipal at Nautilus Junior High.
walked about his duties with a
somewhat glazed look last week.
&w Isabel C-f
' he had good reason First,
Tie and his wife became grand-
parents for the first time when
daughter Sheila and husband.
Peter FixIit, presented them, on
Oct. 30. with adorable Meryl Iris
. Then, just ;is the little prin-
cess was ready to leave the hos-
pital, the youngest daughter in
the Platt household. Cynthia,
was rushed there for an appen-
dectomy from which she i> now-
recovering nicely Only one
causing no disturbance was mid-
dle daughter Helene.
r rove
Another young lady now li
i>il\ recuperating from surgi
at Cedars of Lebanon. Joj
Christie, daughter of the Jul
Spectors and grandgaughter
the Samuel J. Spectors .
A final word on those recet
on the sick ii-t. Morris Len
now robust enough to join u
Ruth tor the 2uth opening
their well-known Famous I
taurant on Washington Ave. .
Gourmets of the community
ready planning for the event
be held Thursday, Nov. 19.
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By Special Report
Mother's Food Products. Inc..
of Newark, N.J.. announced last
week the election of Sydney Leib-
ner and Bernard S. Salamon as
vice presidents.
Leibner will continue as general
manager of Mother's. He joined
the organization! n 1356. Prior to
that, he was a well-known figure
in the commercial fishing indus-
try in Los Angeles. Chicago
New York.
Salamon. who has been tu
tioning as national sales direc-
tor Mother's since 1!).")8. will C
linue in that capacity. Mothc
Food Products. Inc.. makes a wi
variety of kosher foods, includi
gefilte fish in jars and cans, in
garine, borscht, schav, picl es .
a full line nf condiments.- S f
fingers Resume Season
Beach Community Sing-
starting their 12th
war under the lead-
Musical Director Ben
Weekly rehearsals are
i hursday evening, 7:45
Ida M. Fisher Junior
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ORT Women Will worrh shore women Producers Slated
See Hypnotist
A paid-up membership dues,
luncheon will be hosted by lour
Beach chapters of the Southeastern
Florida Re [ion of Women's Amer-
ican ORT on Wednesday noun. ;it
irfside Community Center.
Participating chapter- are Bay.
Greater Miami, Islanders and
iliami Beach Afternoon. Admis-
sion is payment of 19610", dues.
Mrs Samuel Avrach, chairman
nf the day, will present hynotist
Frank Freeman, who has appear-
ed on national television pro-
grams.
Mrs. Joseph Wilkes is region
reenrollment chairman
A board meeting of North Shore
B'nai B'rith Women was held Mon-
day in the Cavalier Room of the
Deauville Hotel. Mrs. Harry Dick-
on was in charge ot arrangements.
Women's League
Meets Wednesday
Women's League for Israel.
Florida Chapter, will meet Wed-
nesday, 1:30 p.m.. at the home of
Mrs. Fay Tupler, Terrace Tower
Ants
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director
of the Spinoza Forum for Adult
Kdnc ;tion, will speak on "The
Best Years."
Refreshments will be served.
Sunday on WYCG
Howard Eiskine. one of the pro-
ducers of the hit Broad* aj com-
edy, "And Wednesday." and Ar-
thur Cantor join host John Daly
in discussing the many problei
involved in producing a Broadway
production and the Great White
Way's current -caudal. 'Ice." on
"Cadillac Sunday Spectrum" this
Sunday. 7 p.m., on Station WVCG
I- M
Music from one oi this sei I I
gest hit-. "Fiddler on the
Roof." and a musical spoof from
The Committee" on Ernst Von
Dohnany's "Variations on a Nur-
sery Theme" will be played.
At a function of the Greater Miami Chapter, American Med-
ical Center, held at the DiLido Hotel, Mrs. Li!a S. Myers, pres-
ident, makes a surprise Service Award presentation to Philip
Weiss, of the Royal Hunqarian Restaurant, in appreciation
oi his assistance to the Medical Center, a cancer and tubercu-
losis jesearch hospital in Denver, Colo. Lookinq on is Mrs.
Josepn Holober.
Pioneer Women To Hear Reports
Gold; Meir Club of Pioneer Strauch. co-chairmen of arrange-
v. .. .. regular meeting on merits.
ftednc-d, noon at the Park Lane
I fetena on Coral Way. Mrs. Mrs. Joseph Krantz. president
Miriam Halperin, president, con-
ducted the business meeting. Mrs.
Anna Quaker, who recently return-
ed Club One, will conduct a regu-
lar meeting on Thursday. Nov.
19. 1 p.m., at Washington Federal,
Islands Garden
Club Function
Paim Hibiscus Islands Garden
Club is having its annual plant
and white elephant sale on Wed-
nesday noon at the Miami Beach
Garden Center and Conservatory.
Proceeds will be donated to the
Mental Health Hospital in Holly-
wood. Fla.
"Interpretation and Design of'
Flower Arrangements" was ex-1
plored by Mrs. Edwin Dean at the
club's covered dish luncheon!
meeting on Wednesday.
ed from an extensive tour on the 1231 Washington Ave. Mrs. Leah
SS Shalom, reported on her im- Notkin will report on her recent
Of Israel | trip to Israel.
Kadir-...1- Chapter is holding a
luncheon and card party on Wed
nesdaj noon at the home of Mrs
Teenej l eutsch, 2513 SW 15th -St.
All proceeds go to the Child Res-
i ii I nd, Due to the Thanks-
giving holiday, Mrs. Fred Sand
lei. Kadimah president, changed
the meeting of the board to Thurs
daj Nov. 19. 8 p.m.. at the home
n| Mrs, I Isa Kreutzer. 1201 SW
11th St.
Aviva Chapter, Mrs. Alfred
Lichtblai president, is holding a
dessert luncheon on Tuesday, Nov.
l\ at First Federal. NE 125th St.
A: original painting by Mrs. Olga
t ukor will be presented.
Tikvati Chapter, Mrs. Ruth Wan
ner pr- dent, is celebrating the
nth inniveasary of the national
organisation with a gala pre-Cha
r.uka party on Sunday, 7:30 p.m..
. -mutton Federal Savings and
I2M Washington Ave.
Ciuest speaker will be Council
president and national board mem-
ber, Mrs. Milton Green, who re-
rentlj returned from a regional
conference in New York City. A
1 lusical program has been arrang-
ed by Sophia Seeman and J
Seagram Picks
Mew Manager
Samuel Kleinman has been nam-
ed to the newly-created post of
Eastern Division marketing man-
ager for Seagram Distillers Com-
pany, it was announced by Milton
(i. Abramson, Eastern Division
manager.
For two years Kleinman has
served as national administrative
assistant for the company. He
has been associated with Seagram
I since 1953. when he joined the par-
i ent company in the Cashier's De-
partment. He subsequently held
positions in the Order and Billing,
, Treasury and Personnel Depart-
ments
A graduate of Adelphi College.
Garden City. NY., where he re-
ceived a degree in Business Ad-
ministration. Kleirman served in
the South Pacific and Japan dur-
1 inS World War II.-S.T.
Rabbi Shapiro in Talk
Rabbi Max Shapiro will lead the
discus-ions of the Beth Kodesh
Congregation adult education series
slated to !"-:in on Sunday at 10
a.m.
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Judea Women's
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Temple Judea Sisterhood will
celebrate Jewish Book Month Wed-
nesday noon with a luncheon.
Alfred Boas, instructor in Juda-
i-m and poetry, will discuss
"Jewish Influence on English Lit-
erature."
Sisterhood will also celebrate 15
years of service to Temple Judea
with an original poetic story by
Mrs Irving Ilecht.
In honor of Sisterhood's birth-
day and Jewish Book Month. Mrs.
Meyer Bask in has loaned for dis-
play the family's personal collec-
tion of books of Jewish content.
Mrs. Hyman Belkin and Mrs
Joseph Fromkin are in charge of
arrangements.
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood
Mrs. Louis Stone and Mrs. Jack
Stone are chairing the Beth Kodesh ;
Sisterhood paid-up membership
luncheon in the auditorium on
Wednesday noon.
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Ruth Mrs Henry) Gewitz describes her-elf a- an
outgoing per-on with a big mouth.'" But other- ha\e a
much more descriptive phrase, "a delightful person with
a big heart A- a cnild in Brooklyn, her lite- was ffecirt-
edlj different: her father was an idealist and a dreamer.
Their home v. a- filled with musicher father had a ncl
baritone voice, and her mother played the piano. Her
parents were dedicated to the pur
suit of education and humane
causes. It was an ab.-oiute neci
s:t> to j;o to the Metropolitan
Museum and to attend all of the
symphony concerts
Reacting to the example of
her parent- Ruth was president of
Youn? Judaea at the age of \1
and pre>ident of Young I>rael at
16. American Jeui>h Congress,
an Orphan- Home in Poland ami
the Anna Mandler Charity League,
named for Ruth's mother and
which is still in existence, were
also part of her life. She went
to Hunter and Brooklyn College,
where she had a flair for decorat-
ine. Fourteen years ago, she and Henry, with their two
children. Libby and Michael, moved to Miami Beach.
Michael made history at the Hebrew Academy where he
was the youngest winner of the Optimist Oratorical Con-
test. Libby i- no uMrs. Seymour Fiance, living in Mer-
ritt. NY. with her husband and family.
Involved in the Islands Division of ORT. Hebrew
Academy. Temple Emanu-El. a pink lady at Mt. Sinai.
among other organization.-, over the years. Auth's activi-
ties have been many and varied. But her ravorite orgam-
zaticn is Ihe Sore Unit of the Papalicolaou Cancer Research
Institute, of which she was one of the founders. Tragically,
the life- ol her sister was cut off bv cancer at the age of
28. and Ruth has dedicated her.-e'f to helping others so
sorely stricken She is now president of the Shore Unit
for the second time, having been president four years a"
Ruth is a sentimental person, liking people and rarely
finding thai she Is disappointed in her opinion of them.
She and Homy enjoy taking long drives, meeting people.
observing them and forming opinions about them. Reli-
gion and tradition are part of their homelife. Her hus-
band. Henry, is a> quiet and retiring as she is gregarious.
They both enjoy music, and Henry plays the violin. An
avid reader, Ruth reads at least four or live new books
a week Relaxation mean.-, quietude for Ruth or a dis-
tinct change, like playing cards. She like< to have parties
at home, carrying out a theme and creating the decora-
tion- and refreshments herself.
To forge a place for yourself in the heart of the com-
munity makes life worthwhile, according to Ruth. She-
courts God's blessings and tries to share them with other-
He. calm voice vibrates as she talk- about her dedicated
work with the Cancer Institute. Her philosophy is to he
thankful every day you are ..live and make the most of it
Wh;t a wonderful way of life for the girl with the bil
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Miss Stepner
To Wed Doctor
Dr and Mrs. A Lester Stepner,
2421 No. Bay Rd have announced
the engagement of their daugh-
ter. Barb-n Ellen, to Dr Jack
Skigen. The prospective bride
groom is the ion of the late Mr
and Mrs Joseph Skigen. ol Pitts-
burgh, Pa.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High, the future bride attended
Syracuse University an.! gra
ed from the Inner-.: nda.
She is a member "f Theta Sigma
Phi and Pi Sigm i \lpha. nation-
al honoraries.
Dr Skigen receivi S d< jree,
mm laude, and M\ egret in
educi ol
Pittsburgh. He earned hi- medi-
cal degree al Ihe university's
>ch....I of Medicine He 1- affiliat-
ed with Ph1. Delia Bpsilon pr<>
fessional fraternity
ORT Chapters
In Joint Affair
At Surfside
Bay Chapter. American Women's
ORT. Joins Miami Beach After
noon Chapter in a paid-up mem-
bership luncheon next Wednesday
noon at Surfside Community Cen-
ter.
Same two chapters will observe
ORT Sabbath on Friday evening.
Nov. 20. at Temple Ner Tamid
On Tuesday. Bay Chapter held
a wig t'a-hioii show and buifet
luncheon al the Monte Carlo
Hotel.
Medical Center
Member Brunch
Greater Miami Chapter. Amer-
ican Medical Center, is sponsoring
a membership brunch and games
party on Sunday noon at the Di-
Lido Hotel A film <>n cancer will
be shown.
Chairmen are Mr- Mae Moses
ard Mrs. Herman Schoenfeld.
The chapter aids cancer and
tubercular patients at Jackson
Memorial Hospital and sends those'
who require care to the sanitor-
ium in Denver.
Mrs. Ncthnn H. Wadler. of
Forest Hills. N.Y.. was elec-
ted to a t.vo-yecr term as
president of the Women's
Branch of the Union of Orth-
odox Jewisii Conqreqations
of America ct the orqaniza-
tion's 41st annual national
convention in New York City
this week. Mrs. Wadler, an
educator, writer and civic
leader, is former chairman of
the board of the National
Association of Sis'erhoods of
Orthodox Conqreqations of
the United States and Can-
ada.
Beachites Attend
Yeshiva Univ.
Two Florida resident are men-
hers of the freeman class at Ye-
shiva College, the undergraduate
uberal art- and sciences college
for men of Yeshiva University in
New York City.
They will pursue a dual program
of Jewish learning and general
studies leading to the Bachelor of
Arts or Bachelor of Science de
gree.
The students are Bernard Lip-
man, of 1031 NE 178th Ter., No.
Miami, and Sidney T. Strajcher.
of 3047 Pairie Ave Miami Beach
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Births In
Greater Miami
First child. Meryl Iris, was born
Ocl 30 to Sheila and Peter 1
7520 Buccaneer Dr. Grai Ipan nts
Ere Mr and Mr- David ;
he's assistant principal at Nauti
!u- Juni ir Highand Mr and Mr-
Harry Fixler Godparents are Mr
and Mrs Henry Fischler. aunt and
uncle.
Named liaison Officers
Three doctor- have been named
liaison officers to the Board of
Trustees of Cedars ol Lebanon
Hospital, it was announced thi-
v eek by Harry I. Lewi-, hospital
president. ected were Drs
ris ll Blau, Daniel o. Ham
mond. and Raymond E Parks.
Intermarriage
To be Studied
Topic for lecture and divS
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"The echo of for? itten lam
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rESTViEW Country Club held
formal opening dinner
.,. : i..v evening. Cock-
,.,,. ai eight and dinner
rvcd in the main dining-
; ,, nine. The affair was
i black tie. all the women
'ore in elegant floor-length
|ourl and -' profusion of fresh
f,..,.- decorated the club. Mrs.
f! Meyer, whose husband is
nt the club, was in a
\,m, jsecolored chiffon gown
iih matching colored satin
Irim. The bodice of her gown
Las it It intertwining
latin :lon-
Mr- Mark Mathews* ensemble
Rlj. n unite raw silk. Her
..' bad a finger-tip theatre
lt which was fringed with
roque pearls, and both her
w. and coal were jeweled. A
i tnattalasse in hot-house
,r as worn by Mrs. Julian
[Ues. Her neckline went
mi a high bateau in front t<>
decollete back. Mrs. Leo
IChaiken chose a yellow peau de
skirt with an alcncon lace
land satin bodice. A shell pink
croi: ted n was worn by
Mr- David Balogh. Iridescent
pink sequins were worked into
the gown which was in the .-heath
-'>,. ctte
Pfhite s.lk brocade was the
rhoici ol Mrs. Saul Silberman.
Her gown had a matching hip-
length jacket, and the ensemble
was embi -'Ted with crystal
cavil r be '- and crystal tear
Mr- Alex Millers black
silk broca teaturwl a high
ing sheath An emerald green
.-aim brocade with the Empire
hue was the choice ol .Mrs. Steve
Kneapler. Mrs. Sidney Gold
bergs gown was made trom an
Indian sari and was in white
siik with gold lame' trim.
loped eftect which ended at the
waistline. Mrs. Sam Dormer's
Chiffon gown was in ombre
greens with a touch of gold.
Draped in the Grecian manner,
it featured plunging-V decollet-
age and a matching stole. Bur-
gandy-colored chiffon was the
choiee of Mrs. Larry Singer.
Her strapless bodice was in vel-
vet, and a matching chiffon stole
completed her ensemble. An
emerald green brocade with a
matching hip-length, double-
breasted jacket was worn by Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers.
Mrs. Damn de Hirsch Meyer's
white satin sheath was beaded
in a horizontal pattern from the
neckline to the hemline. Her
matching full-length evening
coal had modified bell-shaped
sleeves embroidered in the same
pattern as her gown. Mrs. Les-
ter Russin topped her white satin
skirt with a torso-length black
bodice embroidered with satin
sequins in a floral motif. Black
chantilly lace over mauve satin
created the overblouse worn by
Mrs. Aaron Kravitz, featuring
cowled neckline and reembroid-
ered with jet beading, worn over
a black peau de sole skirt.
Mrs. William Singer's two-
piece white silk crepe featured
a draped bateau neckline and a
wide silver beaded band at the
hipline. Porcelain blue silk
crepe was Mrs. Joseph Lipton'S
choice for the party. It was a
low cut. figure molding gown
with vertically cascading leaves
created by crystal caviar beads.
sequins, and satin-lined bugle
beads.
Beth David Youth
Plan for Future
Miss Judy Schiff, president ot
Beth David Chapter, Unksd Syn-
agogue Youth, announces a regu-
lar meeting of the USY on Sunday
evening, 7:lj p.m.. in Room 7.
Plans will be formulated for fu-
ture events of social and cultural
interest to teenagers.
.Mrs. Elsie Stiebel will review
Ted Berkman's book. "Cast a
Giant Shadow."
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|RS. AI Pallot's brocade was
in muted orange and foliage
green. Mer titled bodice was
in green velvet with a flower,
created <>f the brocade at the V
plunge of her neckline. A white
siik dynasty brocade from the
Orient wa! worn by Mrs. Milton
Coleman. Her straplesa sheath
had a matching stole lined in
shocking pink silk. Mrs. Harry-
Lewis Chose an iridescent blue
scquined gown with a low scoop-
ed neckline anil long sleeves.
Black and white was the color
combination ot Mrs. Irving Mil-
ler A heavily-beaded overblouse
with crystal fringe was worn
over a black satin skirt. Mrs.
Herbert Horn's white satin was
pencil slim with a hip-length
jacket covered with gold and sil-
ver sequins in a scroll pattern.
Mrs. William Weintraub's gown
was custom-made for her in
Europe, featuring a white satin
sheath with the neckline cut high
in front in a squared effect.
Hand embroidered crystal caviar
bead- and seed pearl- were clus-
tered in i floral pattern delicate-1
ly in the bodice and becoming
fuller toward the hemline. A1
white brocade sheath with a
matching stole was the choice,
ol Mrs. Charles Block. Shock-!
ing pink was the color accent
ol her gown. Mrs. Harold Mes-
berg's emerald green satin gown
and matching jacket were heav-
ily beaded with crystals and tear
drops. Sheer white with silk em-
ider} was worn by Mrs. Mor-
n- Lomaskin. it was femininely-
tailored with a lace trimmed col-
lar and short sleeves.
ICE pink satin with godet Hares
at the hem was selected by
Mrs Jaimie GoWemberg. Her
bodice was beaded with a seal-
neckline and was a figure-mold-
Project Cheer
Launched Here
By Women's Group
Mental Health Society of Great-
el Miami has launched Project
Cheer under the auspices of its
Woman's Club. 1737 No. Shore Dr.; services
Purpose of the project is to
cheer patients in Florida's men-
tal hospitals with Christmas and
Chanuka gilts.
Heading up the Dade County \
group is Mrs. Leon Adler, who|
has announced that Project Cheer j
is approaching civic and service!
groups here, as well as religious]
organizations, to muster support i
for the project in behalf of the j
more than 11.000 patients being'
treated in Florida's mental hos-
pita Is.
Gifts most needed include men's,
caps, cigarette, tobacco pouches
wallets, hair cream in squeeze!
bottles, four-yard dress lengths.
housecoats, housedresses, belts,
blouses and shirt-, slacks, sweat-
ers, shawls and bedroom slippers.
These max be delivered to the
I collection center at the Miami
Woman's Club until Nov. 30. or
volunteers will pick them up at
your home.
Rabbi Kronisfi of Convention
Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Tem-
; pie Beth Sholom. is in Knoxville,
Tenn., this week attending the bi-
icnnial convention of the Union
ol American Hebrew Congrega-
tions. Dr. Marius Ranson will be
pulpit guest at tne temple for
this weekend.
Guest Rabbi
At Beth Jacob
Rabbi Ralael C. Grossman, of
Congregation Brothers of Israel,
Long Branch, N.J., will officiate
at Beth Jacob Congregation on
Saturday. Services are at 8:30
a. m.
Rabbi Grossman's congregation
has made great progress under his
leadership and is well-known in
ihe rabbinic field

Book Month
Set at Flagler j
Jewish Book Month will observ-1
ed on Thursday, Nov. 19, 8:30 p.m.,'
at Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
when Mrs. Helga Eason. head of
Community Relations Department
Of Miami Public Library, will re- i
view three books by Jew ish au-
thors for the Sisterhood meeting.
Books chosen are "Biography ol
Gold* Meir." by Marie Syrkin;
"So Laugh A Little." by Mollie
Picon; ami "Mama Made Minks."
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Irving Querido will be hostesses.
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Friday. November 13, 1964
Library Marks 6th Anniversary
Planning for the National Executive Board
nesting at the Fontainebleau Ho'el on Dec. 4
o 6 are these members of the Greater Miami
Chapter, American Jewish Committee. Seated
left to right) are Alvin Cassel. Mrs. B. B. Gold-
stein. Mrs. Charles H. Finkelstein, president.
chairman, Mrs. Marcella U. Hofmayer. Stand-
Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, James R. Ktf'jnan,
:ig (left to right) are David Kochberg, William
Gludstone, Mrs. Eleanor Lip'.on, actinq direc-
tor of the Florida Region, American Jewish
Committee, Raymond Lewis and Myron Behr-
man. Not shown are Mrs Leo Ackerman,
Mrs. Aaron Fair, David B. Fleeman, Rabbi
Samuel Z. Jaffe, Mrs. James R. Katzman. Mrs.
A. Herbert Mathes, Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
Sidney Meyer and Col. Nathan Rood.
Friends of the Surf-Bal-Bay Lib-
rary were to celebrate their filth
nniversary on Thursday evening,
7 30 p.m.. at the Surfside Com-
munity Center, with Jane Fisher.!
principal speaker of the occasion
in a discussion Of 'Miami Beach
and its Heritage
Ron Kanen, Miami Public Lib-,
rary executive in charge of Branch
Libraries, was to speak briefly on
the needs of branch libraries and
--'' V;'"-v thou- contribution to the commun-
*%$* Mrs. Joseph Duntov. librarian
^iii'^---i:Vi'' at the Surfside Bal Harbor-Bay
*& Harbor Library, was to donate
book? to 16 children of the 40
who registered for the Summer
Reading Rodeo at the library.
Byron Ave.: Darnells C.arndo.
0365 Abbott Ave.: Gloria Ooldman.
8927 Byron Ave.: and John Zai
rella, 839 8fith St.
Sherri Friedman. 88G6 Abbott
Ave.. student of Bi-cayne F.iem '
tary School, was also to nrri\
book award for her summer read
ing,
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Rabbi Richter to Conduct
Rabbi Harold Richter will con
duel Congregation B'nai Rapine
adult education session on Sundaj
8.13 p.m.. at the home of Mrs
Ethel Simon.
KM OROVITZ 10 Bf HOWOKtP
AJCommittee Here Planning for National
Executive Board Meeting Set Dec. 4-6
Greater Miami Chapter of the
merican Jewish Committee is
rving as a Florida Planning
ommittee for the National Execu-
te Board meeting of the organi-
. ition to be held at the Fontaine-
leau Hotel from Dec. 4 to 6.
Highlight of the meeting "ill be
le banquet Saturday night. Dec.
Max Orovitz. member of the
cal chapter/ Advisory Board.
ill be honored
Orovitz is a pa*t president of
le Greater Miami Jewish Fecl-
ation and chairman Of the boards
Book Fair
On Miami Beach
During North Beach Elemen-1
rj School's annual Book Fair.
i eld in conjunction with American
Education Week, pupils and their
arents may purchase books Tues-
ay through Friday from 2 to
. 30 p.m
The PTA project i- under the
. jidance of the new school prin-
pal, Mr. Aldo Simmons: PTA
resident, Mrs. David Miller: vice
1 lesident. Mrs. Theodore Dortch;
nd chairman. Mrs. Michael
i inner.
of Mt. Sinai Hospital and the Uni-
versity of Miami.
He will receive a special award
"for distinguished service in
advancing the cause of human
relations." '/Jest speaker will
be former Florida Gov. LeRoy
Collins, as well as Morris B.
Abram, president of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee.
Coilins is presently serving as
director of the Community Rela-
tions Service of the United States
Department of Commerce.
Mrs. Charles H. Finkelstein is
president of the Greater Miami
Chapter, which currently numbers
more than 1.000 members. The Na-
tional Executive Board meeting
| will he preceded by a Southern
Regional Conference on Dec 3.
Diabetes Seminar Here
Greater Miami Lay Diabetes So-
ciety presented a seminar on
Tuesday in the auditorium of the
Cutler Ridge Shopping Center.
The seminar will be repeated on
Thursday. Nov. 12, 7 p.m.. at North-
side Shopping Center, in charge
, of further information is Mrs.
Lavinia Phillips, nutrition con-
sultant, Darie County Department
ot Health
Children from Bay Harbor Ele-
mentary School who were to re-
ceive book awards are Lisa .lone
Breslaw, 90O9 Fronde Ave.; Vicki
Brower, 9680 W. Bay Harbor Dr.;
Cory Cullen. 9440 Byron Ave.:
Stuart Farber. 8934 Hawthorne
Ave ; Carol Miranda. 609 83rd St.:
Jean Wohl. 9009 Garland Ave.: and
Susan Zuckerman. 8172 Abbott
Ave.
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receiving awards were to be Ricki
Cullen. 9440 Byron Ave.: Harene
Goldstein. 9364 Carlyle Ave.: San-
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id Wilkes, 8839 Emerson Ave
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who were to receive award- are
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Concert Series
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Community Concert Association
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programs in its 1964-65 season.
American Ballet Theatre will be
featured on Sunday, Dec. 6.
Other programs scheduled in
1965 include Erick Friedman, vio-
linist, Tuesday. Jan. 12: Nelson
and Neal. duo pianists. Sunday,
J;>n 24; Dallas Symphony Orches-
tra under Donald Johanos, with
Ivan Davis as piano soloist. Feb.
18; Boston Pops Tour Orchestra.
with Arthur Fiedler. Tuesday.
Mar. 2; Branko Krsmanovich and
chorus of 80 mixed voices, Mon-
day. Mar. 29.
All concerts will begin at 8:30
p.m., and are scheduled for Miami
Beach Auditorium. Admissions
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Gerfner Installed as President Of
The Florida Hospital Association
SAMUtL GFBINER
m levi
ram Rabbi
lerh David
Iver, president <>f Beth
ngregstion, announces
bin Klie/.er A. Levi, lor
Toronto, now a resident
ii. will assume the duties
ri rabbi when Rabbi Nor-
Shapiro vacates the pul-
15 to go to Dallas. Tex..
|he has accepted a new
Levi is known to the
unity through lectures and
(ion groups held at Beth
adult education sessions.
I Levi served in pulpits in
Sham, Ala.. Auburn. N.Y..
Australia. Springfield,
and Charleston. S. C.
the first American .lew-
plain on overseas service in
War II.
raicy Moves
New Quarters
Vckernian Insurance Agency
jovdl to enlarged, modern
in the new annex of the
ie Bldg., Suite 824, 19 W.
SI
[to years, the agency has
office-* in the downtown
M ami and has developed
iv metropolitan clientele.
put Leo Ackerman has been
l Samuel Gertnter, executive di-
rector of mi. Sinai Hospital, was
installed on Nov. 5 as president ol
the Florida Hospital Association
at its annual meeting at the Jack'
Tar Hotel in Clearwater.
The Florida Hospital A-:-ne I at ion
meeting was held in conjunction
with Blue Cross of Florida, of
which Gertner has been a board
member for the past ii years.
Some 800 hospital administra-
tive perjonnel attended the
function. Prior to his election,
Gertner served as president-
elect of the Florida Hospital As-
sociation.
Gertner accepted the directorship
oi Miami's first Jewish hospital
in 1949. when Mt, Sinai was a 55-
bed institution known as the Al-
ton Road Hospital. He came here'
from Beth krael Hospital in New
York, having served there as as-
sistant director from 1945 to 1949.
Prior to that, he was also assistant
director ol Sydenham Hospital in
New York.
Gertner began his career in bos
pital administration witn a Bach-
District D. A.
To be Speaker
William A. Meadows. U.S. Dis-
trict Attorney for the Southern
District of Florida, will be guest
speaker at a Sisterhood-sponsored
Beth David L'SY breakfast on
Sunday in the Beth David Social
Hall. Subject will be "Delin-
quency as it Stands Today."'
The L'SY monthly breakfast is
preceded by a chapel service at
9:30 a.m. Thirteen-year-olds and
older, who have become Bar and
Bas Mitzvah. participate in the
service led by Cantor William W.
Lipson. who is also youth director.
This month, the theme of Cha-
nuka will be added, with the sing-
ing of special songs and decora-
tions prepared by Mrs. Meyer
Forer. chairman, and Mrs. Jack
Greene, co-chairman of breakfast
arrangements.
lor*S rlegree trofll West Virginia
University and with post-graduate
work at New York University and
Columbia. He began his profes
sional career as a social worker.
moving from there to serve as dl
vision administrator of the De-
partment of Health and Welfare
i New York.
Throughout the years of his
association with Mt. Sinai here,
he has received many profes-
sional honors. In 1963, he serv-
ed as vice president of the South
Florida Hospital Council and
was its president from 1955 to
1956. He is a national consultant
OR hospital and nursing homes
,-nd construction and administra-
tion for Four Freedoms, the re-
tirement organization of AFL-
CIO.
Gertner and his wife, Edith,
have two children, Linda, who is
married to Dr. Gabriel Zatlin,
and Bernard, a student at the
University <>f Florida. The Zat-
iltl live in Atlanta. Ga and have
me child. Jonathan Reid, a year
iml a half eld.
Menorah Men
Slate Editor
Temple Menorah Men's (Ii
1 ,i m initiate its Brotherliooa jjrei
fasts on S indaj morning, 10 a n
with Leo Mindlin, executive e<
tor of The Jewish Floridian,
guest speaker.
The Temple Men's Cub h
traditionally undertaken the st
port of youth activities. Tl
' breakfast series i> intended
j stimulate an interest in the ci
1 tural and social aspects ol Jewi
lile.
Hen Krovetz is presidenl ol I
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^Alltzvalt
a Bible on behalf of the Mollie
Kahaner Sisterhood.
He is a fifth grade Student
Ihe graduating Hebrew class,
of
Rafcb1 Norman
,'. Shapiro will
.ll'itiale at ser-
ice- on Satur-
a > morning,
fov. 14. in Beth
tavid Synagogue |jgious
hen Daniel Or an(j js
.n. son of Dr.
nil Mrs. Art lun-
ik okoloff. will be
n / .jar Mitzvah.
Dante'Sokololf Daniel is an
<1(- student at Ponce de
i High School, where he
ed high honors in schol-
. i- interested in sports
r.ivard-winner in track
.poi -
The Sokoloff famih
Arlene Levine
y. as well as Ar|pn(. daughter ol
Da.uels maternal grandparents. Mrs simon Levi of
Mr. ;.tid Mrs. Morns Orlin. are 147th st will
long-time members of Beth Dav-
id.
Daniel atlended Belh David Re-
School since first grade,
now in his fifth year ol
Hebrew studies,
eighth .
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Mrs,
171st
Mitz-
Jeffrey Glickmon
Jeffrey, son of Mr. ami
Ralph Glickman, 1760 NE
St.. will celebrate his Bar
vah at Beth Tor ah Congregation
on Saturday morning. Nov. II.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will of-
ficiate, assisted by Cantor
/ion Kirschenbaum.
Jeffrey will he presented with
Mr. and
1025 NE
observe her Bas
Mitzvah on Friday evening, Nov.
lo. at Beth Torah Congregation.
Rabbi Max a. Lipschitz will of-
ficiate, and he will present Ar-
lene with a Bible on behalf oi the
Mollie Kahr.ner Sisterhood.
Arlene is a member of the fifth
made graduating Hebrew class.
UF Cleanup* Set
For This Sunday
Throughout Dade
N 24 campaign dead-
. h: United Fund an-
,n Operation Clean
i- tin- Sunday. Nov. 15.
I is ,1 fellow -up of Unit-
Sunday last Ocl 25,
i\e residential volun
1 crack al door-to-
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Neigh:: -i chairman, appealed
to D*M residents to get behind
th? ":- campaign. He said
'Ope-.- on Clean Sweep" was
put !: effect because many
vo!un-<-s still have assignments
to co- : efe.
aid November h a il
-low dow n in the resi-
ve "because so man}
I* : 1. e involved in the elec-
tion*
I'.G.I has been assigned a
lie of the 1964 cam-
iimuim goal of $3,256.-
000
it 1 eryone gives his fair
share, II more than reach our
."..!." Hot said.
Vo Tinted Fund doorbell
I probably be your own
because most volunteers
ed to their own neigh
iMirhoi he added.
Of C<-_e's one million popula-
tion, >iy a quarter received
aid. c -telly or indirectly, from
Unitec =jnd agencies last year.
-aid. "Dade's growing
results in greater com-
:- and also the neces-
eryone in give Ins lair

that ihe United Fund
ill ring your doorbell
lime during the whole
1 an asked once to
.Mi welfare, charac-
. ami medical research
fa-niiitj are Introduced
[am ilies which have
nine I Temple B th
introduced al a
1 social on Sundaj.
. 8 p 111
Eric Schulman
Kin Schulman. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Marry Schulman. 17410 NE
12th Ct, No. Miami Beach, will
be Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning,
Ben- Nov. u.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan and Can-
tor Mam ui' Neu will officiate.
Kiddush reception will follow
the service.
I'm 1- an eighth grader at
"hn I-' Kennedy Junior High
School lie plays guitar and
di urns
hi Ma>er Abramowitz officiated.
Leonard is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and attends Temple
Menorah Religious School.
A luncheon at Ch.indler> and a
reception and dinner al Ihe Caril
lun Hotel were given in his honor.
Ronald Albert
Ronald, son of Air. and Mrs.
Loui> Albert 10826 NE nth Ave..
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
mi Saturday, Nov. 14. at Beth
Moshe Congregation. KJbbi Itich-
aid MarcovitZ will officiate.
Ronnie is an eighth grade stu-
dent al North Miami Junior High
School. His hobbies are boating,
fishing and dancing, and he 1-
studying the organ.
After services, a Kiddush will
be held al the Temple, followed
1,\ an Open House reception in
Ronald's honor at his home.
Keith Toleman
Saturday morning services. Nov.
1 14, al Temple Ner Tamid will in-
elude the Bar Mitzvah of Keith,
.-on ol Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tole-
Inian, 9720 Bay Harbor Ter.
Keith is a student of Nautilus
Junior Ili'^h and Temple Ner
Tamid Religious School.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz wilj, of-
ficiate, and a reception witi fol-
! low the services.
James Krainson
Bar Mitzvah ol James Philip,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krain-
si'ii. 7iM)0 Old Cutler Rd.. will be
celebrated on Saturday morning,
Nov. 14. a! Temple Beth Shirali.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Cantor
Herman K. Gottlieb will officiate.
An eighth gride student at
Ponce de Leon Junior High. Jame*
will continue his religious studies
at the Temple.
The Krainsons will host the.
Kiddush in their son's honor.
WILLIAM PAIL0T
Leonard Silversmith
Leonard, son of Mr. and Mr-.
.Arnold Silversmith, 2101 Normandy
Dr., was Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
IS'i v 7, at Temple Menorah. Rab-
United Fund
Division Makes
Rapid Gains
One ol United Fund's mosl ac-
tive units these days is the Clean-
ers and Laundries Section headed
bj Chairman Louis Laden, pub-
lic relations director ol the Laun-
dry, Dry Cleaners and Linen Ser-
vice Association.
Helping Laden to raise the Sec-
tion's S9.936 goal are the follow-
ing group chairmen:
B. B. Goldstein, president of
Sanitary Linen Service; Al Blitch.
vice president of Miami Laundry;
Irving Berlin, manager of Flori-
da Linen Service; Hyman Kaplan,
owner of Doctor's Linen Service;
David Samuels, general manager
ol Now ay Uniform ami Towel
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Civil Rights Chief To Speak Here At EOD Dinner
LEGAL NOTICE

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Leaders Top
lebrew Academy
Annual Dinner
Five South Florida Jewish COOP
Lunity leaders were named to key
lositions this week lor the 17th,
Innual scholarship lund dinner ofj
[he Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
, i he SlOO-a-coupIe function is
I led for Jan. 3 at the Deau
Leonard Rosen, general chair-
mi Louis Mcrwitzer, Acad-
ny president, announced the ap-
enl nt i; i. Binder, past
j ml m the Hebrew day
Ichool, ..- associate dinner chair-
Hull.
Named as co-chairmen to work
[with Rosen and Binder were J.
A. Cantor, Joseph Cohen, Maur-
ice Revitz and Harry Genet. All j
are officers of the Academy and
hold leadership positions in their
respective congregations, as
well as in various other commun-
al activities.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard.
pioneer founder of the Academy
Hid active leaders in many
,' .:'.il I-rael causes. will be
kuests of honor at the 17th annual
dinner.
Rosen .-aid that several other top
fivic workers will be appointed
- wee chairmen, rounding out
Steering Committee of 17 men
|w the dinner.
A special meeting of the Acad-
my's Board of Directors and of
he ciii:i.' Dinner Committee will
p held Sunday morning. 9:30 a.m..
1 '!n Max Silverbery Dining
' the Academy.
Rosi n reported Wednesday that
- tickets of the goal of
representing an attendance
:- ons, already have
" distributed to committee
\ lull -.ile- report Will
I Sunday's meeting.
Louis L. Mitchell, southern
field representative for the I'.S.
Commission on Civil Rights, will
be featured speaker at the an-
nual Kqual Opportunity Day din-
ner on Nov. 21 at the Everglades
Hotel.
Former director of tne Florida
Council on Human Relations,
Mitchell will highlight the EOD
dinner program, which also will
include presentation of awards to
organizations and individuals fos
tering equal opportunity.
Mitchell 34, i- a graduate of
Columbia University and the Vir-
ginia Theological Seminary. A
legal officer in the U.S. Marine
Corps, he also was a clergyman
for the Episcopal Church in Bir
mingham, Ala.
Additional experiences i n
group relations include being
special project director for the
Southern Regional Council, chair-
man of the County Committee
on Alcoholism in Alabama, vice
president of the Birmingham
Human Relations Council and
group therapy director for Ala-
bama State prisons.
Focusing attention on efforts
to insure lair and equal treat-
ment for all citizens, EOD an-
nually coincides with the anniver-
sary of President Lincoln- (let
tysburg Address, it is proclaim
ed nationally and locally bv I'res
ideal John-on and Miami Mayor
i: iberl Kigh High.
Chairman of the EOD dinner is
Mrs. Louis Glasser. .Members of
the EOD Committee are Dr. I. P.
Davis, co-chairman of the overall
committee; Mrs. Eddie Daniels.
ticket- cha i man; Mrs. Blanche
Calloway. entertainment chair-
man; Mrs. Allen Rutchik; Mr-
Maude K. Reid. seating arrange-
ment chairman; Mrs. Eugenia
Mitchell; Max.Karl, awards com-
mittee chairman; William Smith;
Clarence Patterson; and Karl
Bishopric, president of Bishopric-
Green-Fielden, Inc., advertising.
Miami Vice Mayor Sidney
Aronovitz will be one of three Dade
County citizens honored for roles
in fostering l.rotheihood at the an-
nual dinner.
Aronovitz will be cited for his
efforts in organization and estab-
lishment of the Dade County Com-
munity Relations Board.
Others to receive awards are
Mrs. Ruth Greenfield, director of
Miami's Fine Arts Conservatory,
in the area of equal opportunity
in cultural activities, and Leonard
Barr. of Jackson's-Byrons depart
ment stores, in the field of equal
employment opportunity.
OLi
t u a v i c s
PERELMAN
I'.kssii;. ton, l"l.. i'i.1 Coral < Sabli -. li.-I
Nov. i She v w* u paiM president
of National Council ( J< Mi
Women: founder In 1WK. .t" Zlon, predeceaaor t> blarias-
nab; life nit*niher >>f Hadnioob|
jiiiri charter member of Ladles
\ldi Society. Hhe belonged i<
Ten !! Znmorn Kieterhood, Coral
Ualilet*, .irt I Siatcrhood "i ^havath
fierlm Rynaffogue, Burllnicton. Bur-
vlvlna; .!> he,-* huaband \Io*-u l>.;
three dallgbterM, Mr-. Kntaliel !.-
Mni New Ito. belli NY. Mrs,
\ k b 11 h I-1- hi- )_:. i UmntniKton,
Yt.; Mis. I'hxlli- Rose, I'n iiiiul'-n:
kIx arandehlldren and nix art-at-
Ki .i ndehlldi ii Her koii u ,i- ihe
I.iii I :. .1. s. I'ere) man .i" houtn
uranav. N I ami her hrotbei wan
Hi.- ';ii. Mi M. Janien hi lie, New-
urk, N.J .- vlrea and burial a
in Islin, \ i
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Opera Guild Will
Offer Three Major
Works Here
LANGER
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MISS
Sundn.v.
uftei .-ii
in .1 full
MAGDAL1N.
This Emblem
UBll
Welcome ton
Firms of prestige In the luslnes.
I civic life of your community.
URMJ INTERESTED IN
SPONSORSHIP, PHASE CAll
HI 8-4994
The Opera Guild of Greater
.Miami will present three major
opera productions in 1965 instead
of the usual two given in former
years.
The three operas are Verdi's
Otello." to be staged in Jan-:
nary; Donizetti's "Lucia di Lam-
mermoor." starring the world-re-.
j nowned soprano. Joan Sutherland,
to be presented in February; and
Mozart's "The Marriage of Fig-:
aro," scheduled for March.
"A $20.000-a-year grant for five.
\ ears from the Ford Foundation
lot New York has made the addi-
I tional opera possible.'' explained
i Dr. Arturo di Filippi. the Guild's
artistic director and general man- '
lager. The Guild, however, must
raise matching funds to meet the
i lull budget lequirements of mount-
ing a third major opera produc-
! tun.
As .1 prelude to the regular
series, Rossini's opera, "Cinderel-
la." will be presented on Sunday
afternoon, Nov. 29, at Dade Coun-
ts Auditorium. The family opera
production, based on the legendary
fair) tale, will be sung in Eng-
lish.
The first of the three major
Otello ill be held at
Dade County Auditorium on Mon-
Jan 25, ai Satur lay, Jan,
: a pel' e at Miami
I ach V;,:. rii is scheduled
In '-.lav. Ja i 27. All perform-
ances beg n .. P m.
The title roll ol otello" will
be sung by ihe Metropolitan Opera
tenor James MoCraeken.
Joan Sutlierland will sing tin-
title role of Donizetti's "Lucia di
Lammermoor" on Monday. Feb.
IS, and Saturday. Feb. 20. at Dade
County Auditorium. A third per-
formance will be offered Wedncs-
] day. Feb. 17, at Miami Beach
! Auditorium, and a fourth "Lucia"
'will be held at Ft. Laiiderdalc's
| War Memorial Auditorium on Tues-
day, Feb. 23.
The Miami Opera Guild s
I major production of the season
will be Mozart's "Marriage of
Figaro" sung in English. Opera
I followers can attend "The Mar
I riage of Figaro" on Monday. Mar.
22, and Saturday. Mar. 27, at Dade
County Auditorium, and
Wednesday, Mar. 24,
I Beach Auditorium
Donald Gramm. a popular
Metropolitan Opera baritone, who
will make his first appearance with
the local Guild, .-in
MRS. MINN IK
iiadii Blvd., |i.i
\'..\ u shi i
ag-o from W'c
was a ill.-nil"
and ni hldi nt
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Sun \\ ing an- hi t
hiiKband, Si.l.i.y: : aonx, David
and Jack; :: lirotherx, Jack, si.l
ami Willi..in U.in.r. of .Miaiiii: I
[i -. Mrs Rom- Selaicu, Miami.
Ii .ii. Ki ..-ii' i and Ueck> Tlchlcr,
Of N. w Viol. City, Mrs. Ii.nis
I., in. I-. I1...-I..H. '.' .laimlll. :--In-
Inw, Mrs. Mirl. n. an.I Mrs l.lllv
SCHULMAN. Mr-.
E. Ti-a-iii. It.
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f.-isi.n A\ .*. S. i \ i.-.s
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GOLDBERG. .1.....I'll. M, nf
Una Ave. ifcrvlcea In Ni
Ni wnian.
REINISCH. Mm Rcbi
s\v 6th St. Doi-don.
SHEER. Henry, 71, -f -l.....Ml VV
Ifwy. s.-rvii'-s in Waahlnstoii,
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LIEBER. Mr- Kthel, T
12th St. ''......"ii.
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Ave. s. r\ lei In Mini
mall
POLLACK. Saniui I. 79,
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I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C-10341 (Spaetl
.I .- OLBASOX. .lit., a- Admlnial
I lor of Veterans Affali -. an Ifflcel
i the I'nlted si.n of An...... i *
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or their Rusign .
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NOT.CE OF SUIT
Tl H iHX IIAV'H) HISHI IP ami -I X^-
KT II I1I8HOP, hi- Wife, II i
in:;. Including any unknov.
s|niiis. s of said I i.'l.nda Ml ~
ilii'\ have remarried, and if deai
their unknown helm, devlHei
grantee*, aaalaneea, creditor
llenoi'a, 11 UKleea, and all <<
|m rn inn i-laimlng h>. through, u
del "i against i hi.- Dcfi nd
whoae i.-id.Hits are unknown:
i'l m ARE in-:iti-:i:v nutii ikii
a -nil h.is I... n brought im.iiiisl yn
li> .1. S. lil.KASOX, JR., as Ada i
i-iiator "I \ i. inns Affulro, an imi
i-er "f ili. I'nlted State* of Ann I.
and Id- kui 'eanom In -u.lt office, an
in- oi their uHslgna, to f......'loai
mortgage encumbering the followlii
deM-rilied iiroperty, to-wlt:
I...i lv. ai 111 H.-k li. ef FIRKT Md'l
Til 'X I'n C \;nl. i'ITV IJARUEN.-
iiccol-ding i" "b" plat thereof, a- i.
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..I' ili.- public i .....Is id 11.ni. Coui -
ly. I'l..iid.i.
ami you are -'i dred to file your in
s w i with ili.- i 'l.i k ni' the i 'ii'
Court of 11.id. County, Florida, at lb
Courthouae In Miami, Florida, mi i
before I lecembi I 1 I. 1*64, and to -
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sir.-.:. Miami, I'll.rid.i. mi or bcior
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 12011
BEN STL'BMAN.
Plaintiff.
lil'.TTY BECKETT STI KMAN,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in RECKY BECKBTT SlI'li.MAN
. .. Mrs. Rose 'In iniaii
;ia; No. Rockwell Street
Chicago, Illinois. .......
Ynl' ARE HEREBT NOTIFIED
iliai a i'.,.i,|.l.iini im Divorce lias
i..-. n filed llgailisjl v.,ll. and you ii"
required i" serve a copy "i your
Vnswer or I'lending '> i'" Comijlalnt
im Plaintiff's attorueya, smith .v;
M \XPl.Eli. l"T Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
of same in lh.- office of tin- I lerk
,,f the Circuit Court on or before
Die Till dav ,.f December, 1964. If
v..u fail i" do bo, Judgment b) a> -
fault will be taken agalnat you tor
the relief dtmanded In the Comjilaint.
ImiNK AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, thla 29th day "i October,
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clei U. Circuit 'ourt
I lade County, Florida
By: K' M I.VMAN
I ii uuty Clerk
n >;. is
CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. b4C 12271
KAREN LEE MEEHAN,
Plaintiff,
RICHARD JOSEPH MEEHAN,
I ii i.ndaiil.
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
SOL', RICHARD .liiSF.l'll MKI-
HAN, 11 I'.ranl Slie.-l. Stoneha.ii
Massachusetts, are notified i"
,, cop} Of v.iin aliswii- M I'ivi'i.
i'.iinidaiiii filed against you on Plan
iin. attorney, CEORUE XH'IU'I.a.-
612 N.W. l-lli A\e.. Miami. Fla., I II
file original vv nh Clerk of iiii- i "o >
mi in- before December ''. 1964, ml
Mvi-.. complaint will be confessi .
i.v you.
11 CI'EI' November ". 1964,
I-: II, LEATHERMAN, Clerk
By: V. COPELAND, D.C.
11/13. tO, 27. IS
20, -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA. !N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 9796
ROBERT WILLIAM MAI.i'M 1
I'lalntiff,
BARBARA ANN KI.I/.A I'.KTII
MALOXEY,
1 eiida nt.
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
Tl H Mil; Ml \ ANN ELIZABETH
MALI '-N"-'i
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. Id...... Khodi Islan I
Yl 'I I' MtH VHA \ \N Bl 1'/ VB1CTH
VIA 1.1 iNEY, n In r< bj
an Amentli Int for U
has In a fill I i '
, ,. I v ..
answer or "" s"
. ..in ,;..iiu for Plxoi
,i vn .,n,>. \l.\X s Hi >SKN-
THAL. 1111
I Hi.il answei
or I'll h
,,f | he Clrcu i "a. or fo
l im da) "i 'i emlK r,
n you fall I *..... Judgnv nt b>
w .il lie laki a agii llisl I foi
|i, : deliui nd 'a il" Am. ml. d
Complaint foi I"
MINK AND 'Bl IMRKII al Mi.....
Plorida, thli '.'i.i .i.e. "i Kovi
lS'.l.
V. B LBATBBRM \.\
Clerk '! iln I'n.'.i'i Court
I .i.l. I '..lll.lv I- .I'l.lli
(seal) I.. L iUSXANBER
Deputy Clerk
II 13-10-27, 12 t
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 64905-B
In KI-:: IN! il. of
CAll.INK ISOLD,
1 icceasi d.
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi rsni
Having i'l."ins or Demands Again:
Said Estate:
Y,.n are herebj notified and n -
,|U|ri d i" pri in am launs and i
mands which v..n ma> have agaliy
- I iii. estate of PACL1NE GOLD, d<
censed late of I >ade Count} Floi idi
i" the County Judges "i Dade Coui
iv and file the saiin in dupllcal
,,n,i .,- provided In Section
Florida Statin, s, In their ofl
iii. i',. int} Courthouse In Pad.- n
v. pioi Ida iiliin -i v pali
ii-.. nlii- front the time of tin
publication ii reof, or the same
i.. barred,
i i.,i, ,i ,,i Miami, i- i-i id.i. thii
November, A.I. 1964.
, i; i: SCHAP1RO,
\- Executor
Pirl 'if ibis notl.....i
. ..I \,.\ NIL.
|i \K' i|,l SHAPIRO
itor
Road
Mil n Ida
ll '
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NoTH'E is HEREBY GIVEN I
Ing to i-i--
undi i the fictitious i
I ST \ l.KI'I'i: FIAT
\ ST V-BRITE FLUOR.KS
\ WAX I' I'Ai 'Tl'RINQ A
i; i'i.riii;i:sii:Ni' MA m
CFACTl'RINtl COMPANY, 8660 N.W
19th Street, Miami. Florida, Intend
In seiiWter -aid names vv |th ib
, i k i the Ireull i 'ourt of I
"id.i. _______
CASTLE INTM'STRIES,
INi-oitl'i (RATED
.. i-'i'irida oorporatlon
Hv nTTii KATZ. I'losident
I'AI.IAN'HI'. WALLER 1.1TV \
Attorneys for Castle Industries,
in. .ni. ai. .1. a Florida corporal
12U Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, !"
10/W, ao. ii
also on
al Miami
Mrs. Deck/ Hosts Meeting
the title
role of "Figaro.
Mrs. Evelyn Pocky, education
vice president. Henrietta Szold
Chapter <>f Hadassah, held a
meet Ing in her home on Wednes-
day at 1 p.m.
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Fridc; Nowtr.ber 13. 1964 -Jmist) fkridllar Page 13-B at ^Alltzvalt a Bible on behalf of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood. He is a fifth grade Student Ihe graduating Hebrew class, of Rafcb 1 Norman ,'. Shapiro will .ll'itiale at sericeon Satura >• morning, fov. 14. in Beth tavid Synagogue |jgious hen Daniel Or an( j j s .n. son of Dr. nil Mrs. Art lunik okoloff. will be n / .jar Mitzvah. Dante'Sokololf Daniel is an <1(student at Ponce de i High School, where he ed high honors in schol. iinterested in sports r.ivard-winner in track .poi • The Sokoloff famih Arlene Levine y. as well as Ar | pn( daughter ol Da.uels maternal grandparents. Mrs simon Levi „ of Mr. ;.tid Mrs. Morns Orlin. are 147th st will long-time members of Beth David. Daniel atlended Belh David ReSchool since first grade, now in his fifth year ol Hebrew studies, eighth : has ad Mrs, 171st MitzJeffrey Glickmon Jeffrey, son of Mr. ami Ralph Glickman, 1760 NE St.. will celebrate his Bar vah at Beth Tor ah Congregation on Saturday morning. Nov. II. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will officiate, assisted by Cantor /ion Kirschenbaum. Jeffrey will he presented with Mr. and 1025 NE observe her Bas Mitzvah on Friday evening, Nov. lo. at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will officiate, and he will present Arlene with a Bible on behalf oi the Mollie Kahr.ner Sisterhood. Arlene is a member of the fifth made graduating Hebrew class. UF Cleanup* Set For This Sunday Throughout Dade N %  24 campaign dead. h: United Fund an,n •Operation Clean itinSunday. Nov. 15. I is ,1 fellow -up of UnitSunday last Ocl 25, i\e residential volun 1 crack al door-to%  lion, lin< 1 %  Wi 11 L. Pallot, United Good Neigh:: -i chairman, appealed to D*M residents to get behind th? %  :campaign. He said 'Ope-.on Clean Sweep" was put % %  : effect because many vo!un-<-s still have assignments to co: efe. •aid November h a il -low dow n in the resive "because so man} I* %  :• 1. e involved in the election* I'.G.I has been assigned a lie of the 1964 camiimuim goal of $3,256.000 • it 1 eryone gives his fair share, II more than reach our ."..!." •. Hot said. Vo Tinted Fund doorbell I probably be your own because most volunteers ed to their own neigh iMirhoi he added. Of C<-_e's one million population, • >iy a quarter received aid. c -telly or indirectly, from Unitec = j nd agencies last year. -aid. "Dade's growing results in greater com:and also the neceseryone in give Ins lair • that ihe United Fund ill ring your doorbell lime during the whole 1 an asked once to .Mi welfare, charac. ami medical research fa-niiitj are Introduced [am ilies which have nine I Temple B th introduced al a 1 social on Sundaj. 8 p 111 Eric Schulman Kin Schulman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Marry Schulman. 17410 NE 12th Ct, No. Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning, BenNov. u. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan and Cantor Mam ui' Neu will officiate. Kiddush reception will follow the service. I'm 1an eighth grader at "hn I-' Kennedy Junior High School lie plays guitar and di urns hi Ma>er Abramowitz officiated. Leonard is a student at Nautilus Junior High and attends Temple Menorah Religious School. A luncheon at Ch.indler> and a reception and dinner al Ihe Caril lun Hotel were given in his honor. Ronald Albert Ronald, son of Air. and Mrs. Loui> Albert 10826 NE nth Ave.. will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah mi Saturday, Nov. 14. at Beth Moshe Congregation. KJbbi Itichaid MarcovitZ will officiate. Ronnie is an eighth grade student al North Miami Junior High School. His hobbies are boating, fishing and dancing, and he 1studying the organ. After services, a Kiddush will be held al the Temple, followed 1,\ an Open House reception in Ronald's honor at his home. Keith Toleman Saturday morning services. Nov. 1 14, al Temple Ner Tamid will inelude the Bar Mitzvah of Keith, .-on ol Mr. and Mrs. Leonard ToleInian, 9720 Bay Harbor Ter. Keith is a student of Nautilus Junior Ili'^h and Temple Ner Tamid Religious School. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz wilj, officiate, and a reception witi fol! low the services. James Krainson Bar Mitzvah ol James Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krainsi'ii. 7iM)0 Old Cutler Rd.. will be celebrated on Saturday morning, Nov. 14. a! Temple Beth Shirali. Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb will officiate. An eighth gride student at Ponce de Leon Junior High. Jame* will continue his religious studies at the Temple. The Krainsons will host the. Kiddush in their son's honor. WILLIAM PAIL0T Leonard Silversmith Leonard, son of Mr. and Mr-. .Arnold Silversmith, 2101 Normandy Dr., was Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, IS'i v 7, at Temple Menorah. RabUnited Fund Division Makes Rapid Gains One ol United Fund's mosl active units these days is the Cleaners and Laundries Section headed bj Chairman Louis Laden, public relations director ol the Laundry, Dry Cleaners and Linen Service Association. Helping Laden to raise the Section's S9.936 goal are the following group chairmen: B. B. Goldstein, president of Sanitary Linen Service; Al Blitch. vice president of Miami Laundry; Irving Berlin, manager of Florida Linen Service; Hyman Kaplan, owner of Doctor's Linen Service; David Samuels, general manager ol Now ay Uniform ami Towel Supply Co.; and Harry Rolnick, president ol" Cone Laundry. I Tl>. I mi: DINNER SERVED 5 10 > Special 50c Coclctiil at luncheon from 11 i r.i. to 3 p m COCKTAIL HOUR fROM 5 to 7 P.M. DELICIOUS H0RS D'OEUVRES 4 33 SW 2nd AVE. Mrs. Madge DueFreno, Mgr. (Closed Sundays) %  > %  ( %  • spot ',->. friends fo 'tench KAMI>lllt I.OOM-470F COCKIAil LOUNGE OPEN 11 to How Open Victor Bidones Where Elegance in Dining it A Traditioa 1045-95th STREET BAY HARBOR ISLAND RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224 Adult Education Series On Sunday 8:30 p.m.. the third in a series of five adult education sessions will be held al Temple Sinai. Dr. Norton Miller will discuss "Sex and Marriage ROYAL HUNGARIAN TO RESTAURANT REOPENING THANKSGIVING DAY Dinner served from three o'clock. Complimentary Drinks 731 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 8-5401 Continental -rs Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue Miami't Only "Shomer Shabbos" Restaurant Quality Par Excellence 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 Beth Moshe Players Belli Moshe Congregation will present tinPlayers Theatre Troupe in "Only an Orphan Girl" on Saturday. 8:15 p.m., at Popiel Hall. 13630 W. Dixie Highway. HAROLD PONT ana IRVIN GORDON I.OISIMIV and I'OXT ••* KOSHER CATERERS iWmi from hors d'oeuvres to a complete Buffet 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the strict supervision of the United Kashrus Association of Greater Miami—Supervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J Safra. OPEN HOUSE WE0DINCS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS -VU33 Afternoon Unit Hears Recife! M ami Beach Afternoon Chapter, Women's Amei C ORT. ral meeti A'ed nesdav, 11 15 a n I le Monte : Mrs M.ii > Martin s a i from 'i 11 panied bj Seyed I .ici' irdion. | MS1 SCHECH1 CROMWELL PRIVATE BEACH • POOL • CABANAS HOTEL 0, We-Jtej 6, SarT^T -1 Undei if KOenMoa only Gl*r Koih*' nofi wrd SlRK'.LY KOSHER THANKSGIVING DINNER k" ~ Children "der 6 "•• %  • $1.50 serving from 4 %  7 p.m. ENJOY A WONDlRfUL fAMllY THANKSGIVING DINNER. Sum -'L'JUS 12-course least with all the delicious trimmin's! MAKf YOUR RESERVATIONS EARtTCALL: JE 4-2141 ON THE OCEAN AT 20th STREETMIAMI BEACH, FlORI0 KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER DANCING MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner IT.YE TERRACE HOTEL Catering Department STARLIGHT BAllROOM TERRACE ROOM AVAILACU fOR SOCIAL EVENTS. 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Friday November 13. 1964 9-Jenist! ncrktiar. Page 3-B Harmony Chapter 'Countv Fair' B • i B'ritn Harmony Chapter, h Iding > any Fair" at ;'i mple \'ei Tarn id on Sunclav Erom "J tn B p rhe ill be i •> %  -. a made cal paint ty bj Conine Gordon. a v are p. rt; and Janie Herin. of -. w ho w ill fcive make-up demonstrations Chaii man ol the day is Mrs, Ye1 :.i R senkrantz. Mrs. .lack Dernis is president ot the chapter, Recer.t.v-eiected officers of Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna%  vjue !>.; Council has .i con tinuing program to honor school age j un \ people in Dade County Nominations car be sent to Mrs. Ruth B Kassewitz, P 0 Box 346, Coconul Grove Station. Miami. Temple Judea Sisterhood will hold an "Around the World' costume dance on Saturday evening, Nov. 21, in the Tenure's Reception Hall. Formulatinq plans for the evening are (left to right) Mrs. Hyman Belkin, Mrs. Hy Lipson end Mrs. Sidney Schwartz. Plans for the evening are being made by Mrs. Abraham Stein and Mrs. Hy Lipson, co-chairmen. Original decorations from around-the-world are beinq made by Mrs. Melvin Schwartz. For the late supper, many delicacies from different countries will be arranged by Mrs. Hyman Belkin. Others on the committee are Mrs. Paul Edlow, Mrs. Leo Kopolow, Mrs. Jerome Modell, Mrs. Joseph Fron..':ir> and Mrs. Sidney Schwar'z. Democratic Club To Hear Speakers Mottle Kahaaer Sisterhood Mollie K ihaner sisterhood of Beth I'orah Congregation is serving lunch on Tuesday Irom 11:30 a.m. to 2 p m Democratic Club of Miami Beach will meet on Wednesday, B 30 p.m., al the Sea Isle Hotel. Business agenda, conducted hy Walk Cluck, president, will include appointment ol the Nominating Committee, Program will feature Rep. Lee K. Weissenborn in a talk on What the Democratic Party Still Needs in Florida:'' Juvenile Justice Donald R. Stone. "Juvenile Delinquency;" Rep. Murray II. I Dubbin, "Jobs After 40;" and Roberto Mojo-, former candidate for presidency of Guatemala, "Bay of Pigs A question and answer period, will follow. Temple Israel Exhibit The museum of Temple Israel i t Greater Miami, with an exhibit ol Judaica, is open before and after Friday evening services, as well as from !) to S p.m.. during the week. IMrs. Green At •ioneer's Confab Mi%  I HI ihe I York IV |1 %  off %  Women • %  the opi n Ideis i I I iel Green, president ..'or Miami Council of • .nen. was a delegate n r Women's East Coast • • last week in New • of the conference was launching ot Pioneer th anniversary year at session, and an apby Marie Syrkin, Rran profe s sor, editor 'i Frontier, and chairVnniversary Year, who er 500 delegates. NEW 6 for Quality flie Perfect Salt for Koshering a!i your meat and fowl %  WHIPPED TO FUUFFINESS SO IT SPREADS EVEN WHEN REFRIGERATOR COLD! with savory onions! with zippy wmenta! JAMOND V *ALT .# with spicy ta'am delicate tiesh dairy flavor %  %  • NOW IN YOUR GROCER'S DAIRY CASE • • It just swishes onto bagels, bread and crackers...right from the refrigerator! And this delicate, fresh-tasting cream cheese cornea "straight" and mixed with the cheeriest other ingredientsl For wonderful new party snacks, sandwich and bagel treats...pick from these five in handy, reusable aluminum bowls. CERTIFIED KOSHER by Rabbit S. Rtlchman and 1. M. Chariot Diamond Crystal Salt Company



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, day November 13, 1964 'Mnlftifhr/dfiam Page 15 £ Civil Rights Chief To Speak Here At EOD Dinner LEGAL NOTICE fc [01/(5 MITCHtlL Leaders Top lebrew Academy Annual Dinner Five South Florida Jewish COOP Lunity leaders were named to key lositions this week lor the 17th, Innual scholarship lund dinner ofj [he Greater Miami Hebrew Acad, i he SlOO-a-coupIe function is I led for Jan. 3 at the Deau Leonard Rosen, general chairmi Louis Mcrwitzer, Acadny president, announced the apenl nt i; i. Binder, past j ml m the Hebrew day Ichool, ..associate dinner chairHull. Named as co-chairmen to work [with Rosen and Binder were J. A. Cantor, Joseph Cohen, Maurice Revitz and Harry Genet. All j are officers of the Academy and hold leadership positions in their %  respective congregations, as well as in various other communal activities. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard. pioneer founder of the Academy Hid active leaders in many ,' .:'.il I-rael causes. will be kuests of honor at the 17th annual dinner. Rosen .-aid that several other top fivic workers will be appointed wee chairmen, rounding out Steering Committee of 17 men |w the dinner. A special meeting of the Acadmy's Board of Directors and of he ciii:i.' Dinner Committee will p held Sunday morning. 9:30 a.m.. 1 '!n Max Silverbery Dining the Academy. Rosi n reported Wednesday that tickets of the goal of %  representing an attendance : %  ons, already have distributed to committee \ lull -.ilereport Will I Sunday's meeting. Louis L. Mitchell, southern field representative for the I'.S. Commission on Civil Rights, will be featured speaker at the annual Kqual Opportunity Day dinner on Nov. 21 at the Everglades Hotel. Former director of tne Florida Council on Human Relations, Mitchell will highlight the EOD dinner program, which also will include presentation of awards to organizations and individuals fos tering equal opportunity. Mitchell 34, ia graduate of Columbia University and the Virginia Theological Seminary. A legal officer in the U.S. Marine Corps, he also was a clergyman for the Episcopal Church in Bir mingham, Ala. Additional experiences i n group relations include being special project director for the Southern Regional Council, chairman of the County Committee on Alcoholism in Alabama, vice president of the Birmingham Human Relations Council and group therapy director for Alabama State prisons. Focusing attention on efforts to insure lair and equal treatment for all citizens, EOD annually coincides with the anniversary of President Lincoln(let tysburg Address, it is proclaim ed nationally and locally bv I'res ideal John-on and Miami Mayor i: iberl Kigh High. Chairman of the EOD dinner is Mrs. Louis Glasser. .Members of the EOD Committee are Dr. I. P. Davis, co-chairman of the overall committee; Mrs. Eddie Daniels. ticketcha i man; Mrs. Blanche Calloway. entertainment chairman; Mrs. Allen Rutchik; MrMaude K. Reid. seating arrangement chairman; Mrs. Eugenia Mitchell; Max.Karl, awards committee chairman; William Smith; Clarence Patterson; and Karl Bishopric, president of BishopricGreen-Fielden, Inc., advertising. Miami Vice Mayor Sidney Aronovitz will be one of three Dade County citizens honored for roles in fostering l.rotheihood at the annual dinner. Aronovitz will be cited for his efforts in organization and establishment of the Dade County Community Relations Board. Others to receive awards are Mrs. Ruth Greenfield, director of Miami's Fine Arts Conservatory, in the area of equal opportunity in cultural activities, and Leonard Barr. of Jackson's-Byrons depart ment stores, in the field of equal employment opportunity. OLi t u a v i c s PERELMAN I'.KSSII;. blariasnab; life nit*niher >>f Hadnioob| jiiiri charter member of Ladles \ldi Society. Hhe belonged i< Ten !!• Znmorn Kieterhood, Coral Ualilet*, .i rt %  I Siatcrhood "i ^havath fierlm Rynaffogue, Burllnicton. Burvlvlna; .!>•• he,-* huaband \Io*-u l>.; three dallgbterM, Mr-. Kntaliel !.••Mni New Ito. belli NY. Mrs, \ K b 11 h I-1hi) %  _:. i UmntniKton, Yt.; Mis. I'hxlliRose, I'n iiiiul'-n : KIX arandehlldren and nix art-atKi .i ndehlldi • ii Her KOII U ,Iihe I.iii I :. .1. s. I'ere) man .i" houtn uranav. N I ami her hrotbei wan Hi.';ii. Mi M. Janien hi lie, Newurk, N.J .%  vlrea and burial %  a in Islin, \ i Shirley, rtH, Ulaala r N K20 .1, f%  u V'rk 1200 Colw York % oca, :•::. Opera Guild Will Offer Three Major Works Here LANGER SHELDON MISS Sundn.v uftei .-ii in .1 full MAGDAL1N. This Emblem UBll Welcome ton Firms of prestige In the luslnes. I civic life of your community. URMJ INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP, PHASE CAll HI 8-4994 The Opera Guild of Greater .Miami will present three major opera productions in 1965 instead of the usual two given in former years. The three operas are Verdi's ••Otello." to be staged in Jan-: nary; Donizetti's "Lucia di Lammermoor." starring the world-re-. j nowned soprano. Joan Sutherland, to be presented in February; and Mozart's "The Marriage of Fig-: aro," scheduled for March. "A $20.000-a-year grant for five. \ ears from the Ford Foundation lot New York has made the addiI tional opera possible.'' explained i Dr. Arturo di Filippi. the Guild's artistic director and general man' lager. The Guild, however, must raise matching funds to meet the i lull budget lequirements of mounting a third major opera produc! tun. As .1 prelude to the regular series, Rossini's opera, "Cinderella." will be presented on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 29, at Dade Counts Auditorium. The family opera production, based on the legendary fair) tale, will be sung in English. The first of the three major •Otello % % %  ill be held at Dade County Auditorium on MonJan 25, ai Satur lay, Jan, : A pel' e at Miami I ach V;,:. rii is scheduled In '-.lav. Ja i 27. All performances beg n .. P m. The title roll ol •otello" will be sung by ihe Metropolitan Opera tenor James MoCraeken. Joan Sutlierland will sing tintitle role of Donizetti's "Lucia di Lammermoor" on Monday. Feb. IS, and Saturday. Feb. 20. at Dade County Auditorium. A third performance will be offered Wedncs] day. Feb. 17, at Miami Beach Auditorium, and a fourth "Lucia" 'will be held at Ft. Laiiderdalc's | War Memorial Auditorium on Tuesday, Feb. 23. The Miami Opera Guild s I major production of the season will be Mozart's "Marriage of Figaro" sung in English. Opera I followers can attend "The Mar I riage of Figaro" on Monday. Mar. 22, and Saturday. Mar. 27, at Dade County Auditorium, and Wednesday, Mar. 24, I Beach Auditorium Donald Gramm. a popular Metropolitan Opera baritone, who will make his first appearance with the local Guild, .-in MRS. MINN IK iiadii Blvd., |i.i \'..\ u shi i ag-o from W'c was a ill.-nil" and ni %  hldi nt ,.f llHdiis-ali. tt --..I 0. .a IIrnattu) Munday. am. In t L'T \ ;i i ~ •odrldRc, N.v Mhe r of Ti m|d*. Judi-o ol ili.' Torah rii-oii|i Sun \\ ing anhi t hiiKband, Si.l.i.y: %  : aonx, David and Jack; :: lirotherx, Jack, si.l ami Willi..in U.in.r. of .Miaiiii: I [i -. Mrs RomSelaicu, Miami. Ii .II. Ki ..-ii' i and Ueck> Tlchlcr, Of N. w Viol. City, Mrs. Ii.nis I., in. I-. I1...-I..H. '.' .laimlll. :--InInw, Mrs. Mirl. n. an.I Mrs l.lllv SCHULMAN. Mr-. E. Ti-a-iii. IT. FELDMAN, II. ijainili. f.-isi.n A\ .*. S. i \ i.-.s 1'iiy. Nevmnn. GOLDBERG. .1 I'll. M, nf Una Ave. ifcrvlcea In Ni Ni wnian. REINISCH. Mm Rcbi s\v 6th St. Doi-don. SHEER. Henry, 71, -f -l Ml VV Ifwy. s.-rvii'-s in Waahlnstoii, Uiv.isi.l... TANOWITZ, Pred %  ".. '.i 151 XE 52nd Si. Klvi'isi.l. HELTON. Rolirrl M ", of I""' SB Isi Ave., ili 'I Nov. I Uiv.isi.l.'. GROSSMAN. Mm. Extellp. %  '.". "f SO I Hi ill. I Ave llii '! Xl FRIEDMAN, l.i.nis. 1 Ave. Sel \ :< %  In N Ml.Ill HARRIS. Mm III I I, HI X W 271 Ii I 'I hi l-vlcea iii i loi don. LIEBER. MrKthel, T 12th St. ''. "ii. MILLER. Hill '.". of Ave. s. r\ lei In Mini mall POLLACK. Saniui I. 79, imli \ v.. .-. i \ lei X.V Itlvemld.-. I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C-10341 (Spaetl .I .OLBASOX. .lit., aAdmlnial I lor of Veterans Affali -. an Ifflcel i the I'nlted si.n of An i %  Ills si. r. ^s. ri'l -r'li .piii' 1 .'. and ll or their Rusign Plaintiff, v .11 'I IX I'.Will I'ISI ll il el UX, I lefendnnl NOT.CE OF SUIT Tl H iHX IIAV'H) HISHI IP ami -I X^KT II I1I8HOP, hiWife, II i in:;. Including any unknov. s|niiis. s of said I i.'l.nda Ml ~ ilii'\ have remarried, and if deai their unknown helm, devlHei grantee*, aaalaneea, creditor llenoi'a, 11 UKleea, and all << |M rn inn i-laimlng h>. through, u del "i against i hi.Dcfi nd whoae i.-id. H ITS are unknown: %  i'l M ARE in-:iti-:i:v NUTII IKII a -nil h.is I... n brought im.iiiisl yn li> .1. S. lil.KASOX, JR., as Ada i i-ii ator "I \ • i. inns Affulro, an IMI i-er "f ili. I'nlted State* of Ann I. and IdKUI 'eanom In -u.lt office, an inoi their uHslgna, to f 'loai mortgage encumbering the followlii deM-rilied iiroperty, to-wlt: I...i lv. ai 111 H.-k li. ef FIRKT Md'l Til 'X I'n C \;nl. I'ITV IJARUEN.iiccol-ding i" "b" plat thereof, ai. .,nl. .I III I'l..Hook BK, al |iage I ..I' ili.public i •• Is id 11.ni. Coui ly. I'l..iid.i. ami you are -'i dred to file your in s w i with ili.i 'l.i k ni' the i 'ii' Court of 11. id. County, Florida, at lb Courthouae In Miami, Florida, mi i before I lecembi I 1 I. 1*64, and to -• .i ,.|.. .a' sn.ii : i.-.v er upon Pla Inl I uttoini y, lAVII> P. •' A T s M A \ M ii"-. iddi. :mi Bawl Flagb sir.-.:. Miami, I'll.rid.i. mi or bcior -.ii.l dale, .irequired bj (he l ,| l-'l la. II .Mm fail In do so. in omiilalni i.l i"taken as confi t,\ \ % %  .did a I >i %  I, I 'i l "iilll"' -will ii. .m. :.d agalnat you foi :u. andi d in Hi. %  "iiii'laini I 'All. I' ai Mi. im.. 11 la, ni da> oi Xovi nilier, I'.M'.I. i: |1 i.KATIIKKM.W v I 1). I 'ill till I ''.III t %  I' 3411 SW i •• | l I 'ount.v. Iloridll is. ah Hy; i '. I', I'I H'l.l.ANI rid an %  % %  i 'l. i,. NewDA VIP P I'A'I S.VIAX Street XE Mi..a. i. l-lorldu il... II IS.20-27, -' %  r .'' %  .;:: niv.iinr. • II • 'i. ..I •"' wv-i York. Xew..!' 1582 iltimori I IL'v M i a]i"li-. of I'," n Monti I a ll^l' l'. .'-.-IA i. v w r day in.on ai Temple 11 a, wan in ili.' i -* III. Ills w. dll.s.Ind.a. Blvi' arrangi KI.I.KN. nge I".. li" died N.'. v. - 3 %  ai S5th BLOOM, li'.ii it Harold, 68, of Ht. f died Kov. v. KiveisiiU-. I'liami. 74, ni' 11H1 Ai. .. died N"i '.' Rlvemld TENENBOM. li.'ii.il II.. "M. LiUi \ ii vv I 'i diet! Nov. 8. -id. GOLDBERG, Kdolph, v^'. ,,i >,i|l Harding Wi ServlceH in Lona l-land. X.Y Itii.i-idKAMPELL. Simon, T.. of >:' 13th Si. Sel vi. • •: .N. M V,,l'l, I 'It} Kll I I Collins 'I' I'I'll River%  liv Int. 7'1. "i vjn 2nd Si. : .i ..i.!' n Itlvei %  %  .... ol •; .i i'..lr\ ..-in Xew York Clty. ZIGMAN. I.. linAvi Kivel ADLCfi. I, "i Miami Iteai h, ., \... • i: WEINBERGER, vl •-' i 293 died S %  s. i \ i \ ISAACS. II • -ill H KAPTEVNE. i h ( 1201 I7lli LITHMA\. ." SE 1 'I". .%  r\ X ewai k, X .1. X i 'i IKEL. Via \' in il i .\. \ ii !:i\ el i.ffemm third WFILL. I'., .-•...• I.I < \ lilvcmldi RISK N 119 l \\ Sel' I ''• % %  .lv 11. BALISH. %  a-. 71, '.: :'"-' XW 2nd A v died \'ii\ BRESKIN. i..... 74, ol •• %  : Itaj I \in • -in IKII GROSSMAN. Mrs. Lillian. -I. of v"" ion ii.-. died Xo> ''. Kiv mid. LIFTER. Flnriun \ < %  % %  of IM1S At, il ,i .1 Ni.\ •; Hi.,-I., i g LIGHT. Mm. Roue W., 71, '" SW 97th St., died Nov. 6. Novvnjun. FREIS. i" %  II %  '•. "i WW1 Collins ll. S. % %  \ l. .'ll I'llaaae Klv.isiil. CARP. Mm. Millie I.. 14, of IU:I W. .."Iii Si Ilia!.ah. Services m Bronx, \ ^ ltlv< -nl. ROSEN, MiII. I. n. 66, of MMO Oeapl I'dvil RIVI midi HU.'vr.tL, Mis. M.IIM I. Tl. "I l"Ml V'elli 11.' tl iv ., \ Kiv • ISI, I. BAUER. Mm, Cnrrli Preyfuns, S3, of t \ I-: 2nd si died Koi • %  Ilei in \\ a!., i.-l.l. Mi--, i: I v.. %  MULLIN, Mi Jennli 78, ol 958 I 'ollins \ v. Itlasbel R LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 12011 BEN STL'BMAN. Plaintiff. lil'.TTY BECKETT STI KMAN, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION in RECKY BECKBTT SlI'li.MAN .• .. Mrs. Rose 'In iniaii %  ;ia; No. Rockwell Street Chicago, Illinois. Ynl' ARE HEREBT NOTIFIED iliai a i'.,.i,|.l.iini im Divorce lias i..-. n filed llgailisjl v.,ll. and you ii" required i" serve a copy "i your Vnswer or I'lending '>• i'" Comijlalnt im Plaintiff's attorueya, SMITH .V; M \XPl.Eli. l"T Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original of same in lh.office of tinI lerk ,,f the Circuit Court on or before Die Till dav ,.f December, 1964. If v..u fail i" do BO, Judgment b) a> fault will be taken agalnat you tor the relief dtmanded In the Comjilaint. IMINK AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, thla 29th day "i October, K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clei U. Circuit 'ourt I lade County, Florida By: K' M I.VMAN I ii uuty Clerk n >;. is CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. b4C 12271 KAREN LEE MEEHAN, Plaintiff, RICHARD JOSEPH MEEHAN, I ii i.ndaiil. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION SOL', RICHARD .liiSF.l'll MKIHAN, 11 I'.ranl Slie.-l. Stoneha.ii Massachusetts, are notified i" %  %  ,, cop} Of v.iin aliswiiM I'ivi'i. i .iinidaiiii filed against you on Plan iin. attorney, CEORUE XH'IU'I.A.612 N.W. l-lli A\e.. Miami. Fla., I II file original vv nh Clerk of iiiii "o > mi inbefore December %  '. 1964, ml • Mvi-.. complaint will be confessi i.v you. 11 CI'EI' November •". 1964, I-: II, LEATHERMAN, Clerk By: • % %  V. COPELAND, D.C. 11/13. tO, 27. IS 20, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA. !N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 9796 ROBERT WILLIAM MAI.i'M 1 I'lalntiff, BARBARA ANN KI.I/.A I'.KTII MALOXEY, 1 %  eiida nt. NOTICE BV PUBLICATION Tl H Mil; Ml \ ANN ELIZABETH MALI '-N"-'i i. X • line Id Khodi Islan I Yl 'I I' MtH VHA \ \N Bl 1'/ VB1CTH VIA 1.1 iNEY, n In r< bj an Amentli Int for U has In • a fill I • i %  ,. I v %  .. answer or %  "" s ..in ,;..iiu for Plxoi ,i vn .,n,>. \l.\X s Hi >SKNTHAL. 1111 I Hi.il answei or I'll H ,,f | he Clrcu %  i "a. or % %  fo l im da) "i %  'i %  emlK r, n you fall I %  Judgnv nt b> w .il lie laki a agii llisl I foi |i, : deliui nd %  'a il" Am. ml. d Complaint foi I" MINK AND • 'Bl IMRKII al Mi Plorida, thli '.'i.i .i.e. "i Kovi lS'.l. V. B LBATBBRM \.\ Clerk '•! iln I'n.'.i'i Court I .i.l. I '..lll.lv I.• .I'l.lli (seal) I.. L iUSXANBER Deputy Clerk II 13-10-27, 12 t IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64905-B In KI-:: IN! il. of CAll.INK ISOLD, 1 icceasi d. NOTiCE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pi rsni %  Having i'l. "ins or Demands Again: Said Estate: Y,.n are herebj notified and n ,| U |ri d i" pri %  in am launs and i %  mands which v..n ma> have agaliy I iii. estate of PACL1NE GOLD, d< censed late of I >ade Count} Floi idi i" the County Judges "i Dade Coui iv and file the saiin in dupllcal ,,n,i .,provided In Section Florida Statin, s, In their ofl %  iii. i',. int} Courthouse In Pad.n • v. pioi Ida iiliin -i v pali ii-.. nliifront the time of tin publication ii reof, or the same i.. barred, i i.,i, ,i ,,i Miami, ii-i id.i. thii • November, A.I. 1964. i; i: SCHAP1RO, \Executor Pirl 'if ibis notl i ..I \,.\ NIL. |i \K' i|,l %  SHAPIRO itor Road Mil n Ida ll NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTH'E is HEREBY GIVEN I • Ing to I-I %  •% %  undi i the fictitious i I ST \ l.KI'I'i: FIAT \ ST V-BRITE FLUOR.KS \ WAX I' I'Ai 'Tl'RINQ A i; i'i.riii;i:sii:Ni' MA M CFACTl'RINtl COMPANY, 8660 N.W 19th Street, Miami. Florida, Intend In seiiWter -aid names vv |th ib i K %  i the Ireull i 'ourt of I "id.i. CASTLE INTM'STRIES, INi-oitl'i (RATED .. i-'i'irida oorporatlon Hv nTTii KATZ. I'losident I'AI.IAN'HI'. WALLER 1.1TV \ Attorneys for Castle Industries, in. .ni. % %  ai. .1. a Florida corporal 12U Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, !"• 10/W, ao. II %  also on al Miami Mrs. Deck/ Hosts Meeting the title role of "Figaro. Mrs. Evelyn Pocky, education vice president. Henrietta Szold Chapter <>f Hadassah, held a meet Ing in her home on Wednesday at 1 p.m. ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE ANSWERED • RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN PLAZA NEWTON



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+Jcnlstincrtcfi3n Page 11-^ Gerfner Installed as President Of The Florida Hospital Association SAMUtL GFBINER M levi ram Rabbi lerh David Iver, president <>f Beth ngregstion, announces bin Klie/.er A. Levi, lor Toronto, now a resident ii. will assume the duties ri rabbi when Rabbi NorShapiro vacates the pul15 to go to Dallas. Tex.. |he has accepted a new Levi is known to the unity through lectures and (ion groups held at Beth adult education sessions. I Levi served in pulpits in Sham, Ala.. Auburn. N.Y.. Australia. Springfield, and Charleston. S. C. the first American .lewplain on overseas service in War II. raicy Moves New Quarters Vckernian Insurance Agency jovdl to enlarged, modern in the new annex of the ie Bldg., Suite 824, 19 W. SI [•to years, the agency has office-* in the downtown M ami and has developed iv metropolitan clientele. put Leo Ackerman has been lf Florida. The Zatiltl live in Atlanta. Ga and have me child. Jonathan Reid, a year iml a half eld. Menorah Men Slate Editor Temple Menorah Men's (Ii 1 ,i m initiate its Brotherliooa jjrei fasts on S indaj morning, 10 a n with Leo Mindlin, executive e< tor of The Jewish Floridian, guest speaker. The Temple Men's Cub h traditionally undertaken the st port of youth activities. Tl breakfast series i> intended j stimulate an interest in the ci 1 tural and social aspects ol Jewi lile. Hen Krovetz is presidenl ol I club. r Before You Rent Compare Antique Collectors' Corner "Antinque Collector-." Corner'' is a feature oi the mammoth auction baazar being held by the National! Children's Cardiac Hospital on! Saturday ami Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.. at the Dade County Florida National Guard Armory. 2728 NW 7th Ave. WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK 'ou'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Conrrtsl WKAT-FM When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! King-size apartments free central air condition%  ng and heating large private terraces ... all walk-in closets ultra-modern ki'chens and bathrooms. When they tell you the location is wonderful COMPARE! Just off Biscayne Boulevard right on Biscayne Bay only 3 minutes from Miami Beach. Ten minutes takes you west to the Airport, south to downtown Miami or Key Biscayne, and north to 79th Street. We're right below the 36th St. expressway which connects with all other expressways and the Sunshine State Parkway. When they tell you the features are the finest f i COMPARI 24-hour doorman service assigned private parking at no charge security guard day and nightresidence management valet shop laund.-y facilities each floor. When they tell you the pleasure facilities are the best COMPARI Olympic-size swimming pool — tennis courts — shuffleboard courts 18-hole putting green — boat dock and fishing pier 5 beautiful, landscaped acres of gardens. When they tell you, dollar for dollar, you get the most 5! COMPARI t % 175 only I ^ monthly for BIG BEDROOM APARTMENT Deluxe Studio Apartments from $131 PLEASE CHECK THE FACTS When you move to Bay Park Towers we prefer you be positive that YOU COULDN'T DO BETTER! WL TOWERS Rental Apartments m BISCAYNE BUY AT N. E 33rd ST MIAMI FLORIDA PH. F 3 3103 % 



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+Jcnisti meridiem Page 15-A ^^C B U V ,T U C B O L JRT T OF N THE IN THE ^ jUO.ClAL CIRCUIT 1 f-EVENTH JUD FOR DADE | oF c F -"Vu N c^r ctR • us ifilXCnU^ir HENRY LEONARD MI -N(1I0LI. %  M i s !;>"M -SlJlOLI, ar. tan*SA ,. mn "i f.'ini.iuiiu '• %  : ,;;. I....-H HI.. i .it:..,.,.-' ,.r l*J squired to serve .... ..'' %  •' Answer ..r Pleading ffVll .'. Complaint on the l'lain, MKISTIK ANHUBVi-^V' %  %  • %  : %  and file the Hair* rllnfj n> the office of ,. i,-. „ii Court on or ,,,,, ,,, November, | ,.. ,1., so, jn.lam.-nt %  • %  ., i i.. taken against you ...d-d is th. m\ ; „„„ be published •"<; %  • %  ,. „nsccutlve week* ,, f SH KLORID1AN. ,'J .: ANii .1:1 .i-:t:i--i > ;.i Miami. \, ,,., day .,f October, ',? I.BATIIEU.MAN. Clttfe ,.,.!.. county, Florida M'YYMAN. I,, i, ii, Clerk .;. uiiVENSTWN LfcGAL NOTICE Hi \ T„F COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT \ N !" A\ D FOR D* 0 C H" T Y. 1 FLORDA. IN PROBATE No. 64589 B %  LYNCH NOT Cfc' TO CREDITORS i. ml A I Demands A-., „M as: ;,:,x;,u'",V LYN'CII ... |,.,,i,. County, Flor„ .. ,v Judaea f • •-. t.... %  m dupll, .i, ,i in S< • lion ..... i. ,'„„,,, |„ ih, office ... Courthouse In Itode within His %  .. ,.. ... 11 • ,..;. or thi Mtine will Miami. Florida. thl \ I "U'.4. s \ ROMENMAN, HI -nan \ Cutn .-.nil, -lllil Ann. \o don of Uiinot lobnr, I Ml. \ \\ R1STOL \ilniin -l:atr:\ Ulil VnneXO ,.. Miami, H.i |U -•'•. :'.. II NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THt | ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 120V1 in UK: Ail. i n ol Donald Atoton Fair, a minor By: Jack Ray Vanlandlngham, ins stepfather PETITION FOR ADOPTION I'll: W. it CAR II Reaid. in < %  unknown y*ou, N\ R. I -Milt, are hereby notified Hi..i ,i Portion for Adoption ii,,.been filed, and yuu ana required i,. serve ,. ropy of jour Answer or Pleading to the I'erttion finAdoption I „. II, inI Alston Furr on tbe Plsini:lattorney, STANLEY K. GOODMAN, MM N W. H Street, Miami. Via., UXford I-I>.;S". and Ilia the original Anawer or Pleading In the ofii.. of the Clerk of the circuit Court on i before the T i It uay of li.. .II. i„i. |964. li \.. II fail l" Jo BO, juilKin. in i.. default "ill be taken against you for ti lief •'• -mandvd III ih,linl ,,r r,.,.i|.l.iint. n,.-. notice shall be published once each week for fotn • %  "-• • ii weeks in Tin: JEWISH H.ORIDLAN. I'o.NE AMI < KJ l-:i:l-:i > HI Miami. Florida, tin::"il> du> of .October, A.I>. IS64. „ E, B. LEATHHRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, I Hide County, Florida u'ir.ilit .'on: I Seal) i:> : C. P. OiPKl.AM'. |leput> Clerk STWl.KY i: i;, il'MAN MN8 N W %  '% %  „f VOOCK COSMETIC ,>.• M NIH. sii"!' ..i number Hi" H i"*" !" fhw ., v ,,, tbe ,'ii %  ol Coral Uablea, I l< 1,1.,". inn f.lin i.ui-i.r thy aald nai • with ih. Clerk of the Circuit i oi X of i„i.i. CiNintj Florida Dated i Miami, Onde i Klorlda, thin "•'. h da* "''.'"•'.',: •' %  .''•, I 1 llli: \MITS >SMM H A' SI-NOUY SHOl*. 1N< Bv: 11.i.n.. Altei Rarea, LEGAL NOTICE 13 N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT ,N A\D FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 64533-B •.. ,.f I! UPTON •• ., d. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: %  %  \l.l, I KHKONS INTEREM ED IK ESTATE OP SAID reby notified thai a • v nil. nt purporting to be ii an,I i. gtamenl ol aaia %  ... heen admltti .1 to proi Court. You are hereby I, l u itlii'i six %  al.n.la'' i %  the date of the llrat | • thla notice to nnpear %  mi. an,i -li,,w onuae, II anj hv the action ..t aald Court tiir.n "aid HI '" l' 1 1 ite unrevoked i i: VXK B. I'nWi.iNi: %  > Judge I.CUS P PA8TERHEL-D Clerk :i HCN Exorutor %  .;i. %  •! Avi nue !"• %  M h v %  %  "..n of th h : %  i of >•• loher, ''"'-I 10, .. MOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS NAME LA'" .HEREBY GIVEN thai i ng In ,,-.,-. ih. %  • \\ SALES CO., al num.i i .,. in in. %  i %  ;: ..l nne ''.li the i "lei k i in i i ol I li I %  H %  i rlda, iiii* Win • itlt. UN UEAI'TY IHSTRI...'.COMPANY, INC., v ; |„. ran. a, S ,..-. pre, |,l. ni I %  %  • Rarea, Vlci %  >' > Win •.' Mti, -.. > ^RRY M. ROSEN II, anl 1 I SON l \~\ \\\< IND In Road I'n l:. a.li. KI..I Ida I: •;. ia J". -' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT l\ AND FOR DDE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58726-B IN RE Bstali >-f s.wu I:I, LEVIN i.,.-, .1-. il NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUT.ON AND FINAL DISCHARGE N' iTI K .In • given that r hn'\e filed our i • R' I'ort and Pe. i i| (IF nal Dla,. ,\u EL. LEVIN, il.-. %  -•.! and thai *4tb da> of November, 1MI. ill appl) i" the Honorable ity ,.', |>ade .' inty, H to, for ,l ,„ wi ,| l .i,..l Report and ,-,„• dlatrlbutinn ind final dk/harp aa -x, II ..,i-> ,.l iii. %  ni ill "1 the ai,..\. ,. a decedent. Th:1Mb day Of &EIJ?VE LEVIN RmWUM BENJAMIN LEVIN ra&lk VMI^ RITTER I A'i,.i ii. for BSte Hoi ••.,,:, I;. .i\ ne 0 lllduui i u w.-i riaul. street 'M,..„„. H..,,.„ ,, 6 i „ N THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA NO. 64—6220 ELIZABETH R. MALONE, •:. %  All. INK RCSNELL .1. HCBERT 1 Hi BERT, iiiIfe, l.i. fri dantH. _.. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION V. Rt'SSELL J. HCBERT and I \, LINK 111 IMCIIT. hla wife. 13151 Pleadlni I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C '.20O.. HOIlAi'E MARBLBY, I'luliillff. ||< \|iEI.L M IHBLEY SUIT FOR DIVORCC ;., MIAMI. i. MARBLE) IV.'.I. Houpel Si i • I i lilludi Inhla, PeniiHj Ivan la Y..11. IKAl'EI.L MAKUl.KV. are |„ ,, |,> iiolilied that a Bill ol •.•'"i.uilni for i '•• ri %  ha* i • niea auaitiHl inn, and you are to : \ %  a of '" lj AIIHWI "i il„ BUI "I Complaint Winifred Alter, Vl< i -Pn .low :li P.n %  -. Si • 27 ii \l:i:v M RtWBN Vtto IH. for Appllennl WOI.KSON %  '• l'IA M• %  N 1 • \n; i.in..in P.oad Mian.i I ..• >'. Horlda ^ fl Tri '. 20 -^ ,,,-u h.-reb) "V 111 *^* 1 *.!.....-.; I 1...1.I Biilldi— • or lii.iClerk of the tore the Till If \.. i fall IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64779 IN I:I: Eatati i l;. ,.->: \ IK INK.ISACM I— .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All ,' %  illto and All Persona Hi ii.I-\-.i i'. •" V.ni .i %  nol %  led and ,i ... .i, %  t an} glim and %  inaii.iwhich you maj havi ag th n, ..i IH iSE A Hi INIGBAI M been Inatltuted | bold Bulldln attainal detie NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN '"' thi. inderstaned. dealrina to eegaae J buXS mtder the fiji'-^"^ Avenue, M ami, Intend lo reglal %  • mU • %  .-.• with the Clerk .l tfcjTCTr"' DIKTRIBrTORS. IXC. Ili-\i;v N"i tR'cON Vtiorm v for Aim .'ant Bipcayne Wd M 3 ?(l ,, Ct „ MIII (or .lain.i-. haa %  ..,i together \wih a Lto I envmir II:..I..M\ deacrlbea as. ,; v,,' ,. %  the N. 845' at the E. 120. M' of the folloWlUfj amiM i:. : nntiuj at •• point %  >' N. "i i:,;.i ..4 \v. • %  the .B. i orner of S.,n..n 13, TW9•''•' S ami H.ii^e ii B. Dad* County, r-Tiirida. run N. I6S' to point: thence w. M0.I1 ,„ ,, point; thence 8. M W • point: thence E. ana parallel to She Section line, im -i' '; %  >'• i,.,int of ueKlnninir; exiept the ;-W ,.f the i:. •" thereof. II rau tail to file your anawer with the fMerfc of ih. al....atytod teurt. oil or before No\ ember % %  '"'* %& *M -'rKT dr'^CORB rih Miami 32. Florida ind deceased late of Bade Count)'. Floi ,,, .., ...... i...i.— .., i,..i. i iniii'. the original Anau inc in the office of th Circuit Court on or b dn> ..f December. r."'.i to do go, in.'-in.ni by default "ill !„• taken againat [ ou for the rellel demanded In the Bill of Coniplalni Thla notice shall be published nine each week foi four eiinae; utlve weekl in THE JEWISH FLORIUIAN, ,ll-.\\l>n r i a ...,,-...-•• v AM, OR PER ED al Mia,,,,, Ua> ol > i,, ih.. ,'...,nt\ Judges •>! I adi Coin ami rile th, sum, In duplicate and %  i. ovldud HI S.i lion T.13.1*. noi Statuti -. n th, Ir offlci a in the t-oun,, 'ourtbu ,-. in l >ade i 'ounty. f i,la. thin ~,y alendar months i the time .•! iin fii -i publication hi % %  he same ; ll be barred. Dntcd .ii Miami, Florida, thla 2nd TO: IN IN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 11163 THE \\ II.I.IAMSIJl 'HUH SAV1NU8 BANK. Ptointiff, IAME9 i:. MOVER, et ux. Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT lam. s !•:. Moyer and Madeline M. Mov.r, hla wife. Residence I'nknown, and if remarrloo, their unknown apouaea. II living, and II ,|. ,,i the unknou" helra, devlsees, legateea, granteea, aa-iLiu.s. lienora, credltora, trua. ~ ,.iother ,'liiiinanis claimIns by, through, undi r or against .,, v ... .... above named dafend.mis who are deceased. ,,, hereby notified that the li" .,, i : ,i i action baa b. j" in• i.iv a toin iwi ., ., circuit ..' %  "; El-venth Judicial t'lr%  .1. ... il foi Dade Coiin..,..,-. .i mortg %  •-.• upon the l.l'owii Ued real PSP*J"" ,|; ins •,. the Plat thi n In rial Book •:• at ri.i Recoi ',of ; %  • %  da. v u I in file a ..,,.i omnl .in ... ild l onrt, Ihereof upon PlainMARTIN FINE g, Miami, Floi • later than November • i i. ,.,,. Pro Ci nfi --" 111 i -t you, I \ Ti''' Ocl 21. 1 % % %  ': K r. LEATHERMAN. Cterk of the Circuit Court i:, K M LYMAN • n. Clerk •i MiriN FINE Rollding; IMINI". Florida, this -""li daj "i tK-toher, All H.i'.l. .. F. B LEA THERM \N, I li Circuit Court, Hade County, Horl (Circuit Court Seal) ,.,„.,, Bv; ,' L. ALEXANDER. |. .i.iiiy Clerk Pr1R\*IN, rjOODMAN & HOLTZ.MAN i.; Keybnld Building Miami ::'-'. Florida M.VI.N rjOODMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 11 ,.. 13, 20, -. A.I.. I9B4. Mi IRRIS Hi INIOBACM \. \,u,mi uai..i ,.l Estate HIIHI \. 11, niabauni, dec r -; |, iblli'.itlon oi i' thi frh ,'.,, ..i Sovemb, r, IM4. 'HERE.N A. Hi L1'E.N Attorn, for M 11 Honlgbaum, Administrator ROT MI UP. 1.1 Building Miami. Florida H S-13-2" CiRClMT COURT, ith JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLA. No. 64C 11*33 I.I;N EST FARP IN. Plaintiff, ,-, iY'^-E v FAR10N N0VcE"B n Y : PUBLICATION Y,,l ,-'.1.l>TE A PARIO.N Si Iklrk Vvi lie A nn • Man.. Cans a ,.,1 to SI V' 111 ; %  %  ,:Ti/. % % % %  TMF COUNTY UDGF S COURT I' AND ^^"< HADE COINTY. FLORIOA ,N DROBATE No 64*67-A !• %  i%  I'HYLLIS S.i VI NOTICE TO CRED TORS r | CnedUor. .. .., %  P. as HaxVgnlnat Bald i ',u are hi r. I I "' ""', ,,, ,.. ,,•..!...„, anj % %  '" and denianda whlc <"•-" *•*• aaaiiWt THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 12272 i %  • in.-I:. Plaintiff, H. 111,-E. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION PAUL H. HICK ::,'.-'l Aator Avi nue Cleveland, ohl.. '!' ARE HEREBY notified that omplalnt for Divorce haa been against you, and you are hererequired to serve a pppy of your fi r to th,. •, nioi-iiii' on the ntirfsj attorney, LESTER ROQWhoae address i'.':' N \V lltli '. Miami. Ilorl.la. ami file the Il of Hi. Inswer MI Hooffice !• Clerk of ihe El. v, nth Judicial |,'l In anil foi I 'ail. '... ni\ I ,..i Vn or I,, fore the llh day of De• r, l'...|. in default of which the %  i.iint win i„taken aa confessJ you. ITFD this .Hi day ..r Novem| I'M, I. B '•LEATHERMAN il. ik of t),. Circuit Court Bj K M I.Y.MAN l'eputy Clark 1. I.,. 10, L'T, It, ^""^VHVM^'sVvKrX: M %  Ho, Mill .. :-.; tit.-."!* •'wffiiHLSR: _.... ,„ ,i„. County ludcn pi Uade ''•'•"'ly„„., ,,.. ,„,same ... ix r..U-...la.; m-;.'h %  • ,„, ,„,,.of thOraj ,"" U "r,lT ,,f ,..n„. same '0I be baraad.. D i .aUM-.. n-rton. this M* *> "< ^pffir^AMr?? 4 As Exeulor Pleat publloatluw of lhi u u, "" the 10th ,ia> of o,i 1964 U".i>N KAI'I.AN ol Myers Helman and haplan Uterne] for Bxsculer u.-.u s.W tot S11..1 jfhlml. norida MIM M/ ,. t 8-t0 NOTICE UNDER .be i!n'.lersivn-;i ZJE& "' ^^KKMAT^F MIAMl' St 17145 tf W mh Court, Miami, l-lortda. Inl """" l> ^"EoSiE COHEN, 4 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN A\,r, rpR DADF COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64766-B li, RE: c-t its of CATHERINE ri.I.EItV. NOTICE TO CREDITORS m 411 Credltora and Ol Persons ll.i\ine claims .r I .email.In Against Ba EM:,' 1 : v,,., ,.,. i,..,-,i..noiifi.' 1 "io re,, red lo nies. nt any -'aims and demands which %  • • >""' ha ye a*lnt ,>,,. .,..•. CATHPRINE r LLER1 deceased mte ..." Bade Cnnnty. FlorIdg ... ih. CUBIT .Imle.-s of I>nde CnimtT and Wli th sam, n Jnniente mul anmvlded in s.-.-ti.-i ,:i:i.i'.. s* i.-'i.. in thei*" offi.-.'s m Ih, iMI" Conrthm'ne in Dade cv>univ, PtorMa. ,.i,i,i.i gra eoiepdnr months from the time of Ihe firil nuhUtwU'Wi hereof, or the game will %  .. M gml, Florida, ih: --, M M:I I N '•' ,1'UI. • • ,%  utrlx • Wl'i 1 l-'i'll v ''','. Of %  • %  • i •: v • %  11 : \ %  •• % % %  Coral Uablea, llorlda Ml'. i 11..., II, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 11257 DOLLAR IVINOH BANK or I III. CITY OF NEW YoltK Plaintiff, KENNETH W SCTTON, el ux. el al Oefeiidnntfl. NOTICE OF SUIT TO Kenneth W Sntton and Jan.. M. Sutton, bis wife, real .I e n e e I'nknown. and if their unknown spouses, II living ni,I If di ad, the unknow n hi Irs, ,i... Iseea, leaati, -. grant, i -. as„ llt neea, lienora i rwllto, trus.. ,., %  othei i la in.,in%  lain Ing bv, through, und. '1 1 1 ; 1 an\ ol the ala.ve named d, %  nila ni... bo an il, ei asi d, You b> ii.'.fi.'.l ihal the ,,,... ,.,•!. ,... i action lias I., • yu •" '':• Eli .. mil Judli I i of Fl, n and roi Itodi Coiin%  foil' rlnai ..",'" '', .. i .., ".., 'RAL y\ \ > M:I: SECTION V. I'm Plat Ih, rtcorded In Plnl Book %  it I Ihe Public Records %  'a.i I' 'niiiiii i i la. M \UT1N STEIN CA1D1N 4 BOTHENBERO An ->s for Murtin Stein, A|.|ili.anl ;..'. |(i -. .,. a. Building, Mlani F %  11 .,-1 : NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE ;> HEREBY GIVEN the undersign. I. desiring to engage in bus! und. i lea fictitious nami RALMo.NDO'S ITALIAN CCI8INE _'"l N.W Islli Street, Miami, Flo Ida M ,i,,,,,. i-i., said name i", the i "lerk of Ihe Clli ull Court of I' Conn! (. I'l-i Ida i:\Yi.\rn. INC. ItAYMoND LAC1 HSH I I'lvi M ,\N E GREENFIELD, ESQ. Aim • %  ml i M i %  .11.1.1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. IrlC 12231 I VI \ RHA N M %  RK i: i IN TM C nPCUiT rOURT OF THE El EVFNTH JUn'CIAL CIRCUIT )N ANP FOR DAnr rn.iNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY kin. 6C 117*0 ROBERT WDWAKD WARXE, Plaintiff, DONNA Pi'^o WAI-.-NE. ii.'. ndnnt, njTift OF PI IRLIf ATIONI v,,i-. nONNA 1'ilM WAtlNE _' lV e-niRV fVeat Road, ovranswe, N" York • % %  h-r.i.v r..%  —l that B Bl .i i'„ m ,ii.iii,| fr.r Drorce ha f|.n nmlD*t inn. ini.l i,,i.-,>,i io s.i" • %  • 'of ... %  ,.,.anew-, r .1 ..,.. „•• 1" '"1 %  -•-.••"-V, M,-lV ,-MVV. ,..i.. 1 %  .-. 'M R 1 i | i .... M %  n I •'.. -.-h. i. i..-i.1:i ,.".1 .1,.. %  .,. %  I ,.' %  • %  Iff* f 'b .". ri.of •'-•• ,.i." •> .• %  % % % %  • % %  .. % %  %  '-....... ,i... -'.'-i, ,1,..' v.,, ...ni.. • "..:i -i,. ,. ... Complaint will i* taken aa • • ITVTI "..:i of October, ... ,. %  %  ,,... By: L. BNET*' v 10/10, 11/6, IS, \i: vu\\i c ci. \i'i. i:. 1 lef, -1,1.1111. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Pil Vrlhui i" i 'lark.1 '..lolll'.o. I %  > .. II Y.m, MITIH'lt C Cl.AKK'i:. hereby aollMed thai a BUI of Comi for Dli oi ce has been filed ...iin-! ...u. ..ml ...ii are required ... v. .i .•!>if your Anawer or Plead* Ing io th, I'.iil oi Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, ['allot, Mark* Lundeen, PnpiwB .\ Horwlch, l ."4 Ufred 1. dill'..in ButldiOB. -Mi.,mi >%  Florida and file the original Anawoi .„• Pleadlug in iii. offloe of the Clerk ,,f ti,. • .ii ^ i in i on or befoi ,• the Al, dajl "i Dec nil..r, l!if,4. If you fall i -... ., al-:, .-nt l>> default 'll i. ink. n ..ia.ii-t you for the r.ii.f ,!'•nami. .1 iii the Bill of Complaint. I'hla notice shall be published onca '•' "n neen ti ., h ,-,„. four consecutive week* .n THE JEWISH rl.oKIIHAN DONE \ND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, ihis 4th day of November, A D. 1914 E. B LE VTHERMAN, Clerki Cltvull Court, I wile County, Florida (seal) Bl K M I.Y.MAN i.. iut> i 'i k nde, a, .• i lorn i. b Pont Building M ., \ Plain li •;-!--, 10



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Friday. November 13, 1964 vJkMM ncradiar Paqe 11-A Keyserling, Cherrick Guest Speakers At Miami's Hebrew U, Humanities Fete Leon Keyserling nationally not r economisl and cfiairman of the Council Ol Kmonomic Advisors to former President Harry S. Truman uill be finest speaker at the Miami Humanities Building Din, .,'r taking place at the Konta.no%  b ieau H""' 1 on Wednesday even, \ov 25. it was announced by l„< e ph VVeintraub, chairman of the Dinner Committee. Jack P Poplclt, president of the v'nM Florida Division. American ",.,,,,„,!ol the Hebrew University, BfMVaiW CHERR/CK Young Judaea Chanuka Weekend Junior Young Judaenns from all lover the South Florida area will gather at Hugh Taylor Birch State [Park Youth Camp the weekend of \nv. 21 foi the fourth annual \ Judaea Chanuka Weekend tponsored by Hadassah and ZOA :. jh the South Florida Zionist k Commission. lThe program, open to fourth I sixth graders, will center the theme of Chanuka which Judaeans will explore in stor, games, dramatics, Israeli I and dances, sports and %  npfires. B'he annual weekend is also a I pnion for Camp Judaea, the ] une Judaea summer home in bill Carolina. George Stern, of lanta, regional director of Young Baea and director of the sumcamp, w ill participate in the kkend, heading up the program If Ihe youngsters will also be Jervised by trained Judaean leaders under the supervinf Frank Farcnbloom, Miami director. sponsors of the dinner, -aid tlyit the Miami Ruilding in the Humanities Complex on the Hebrew I'mvcrsity campus at Givat Ram Jerusalem, will be erected at .1 COS) of $300,000. "I am certain that after learning more about the growth of the university from Keyserling and the program for the Humanities Building from Bernard Cherrick, executive vice president of the Hebrew University, that our Miami area leadership will pledge outstanding support to the project," Popick said. "It would be a great tribute to our community if Mr, Cherrick upon his return to Jerusalem follow inu the dinner could announce to the Board of Directors of the university that construction will begin on the Miami Humanities Building due to the generosity of our community," he a. Idol. As President Truman's com omic advisor, Keyserling participated in numerous meetings ol the 1 • < %  le itial Cabinel and ol Secuity Council. Not1 1 author and lecturer, he Is i frequent speaker before economic and business groups. He is wellversed on the economic progress ol the state of Israel and has served as .1 consultant to the Economics Faculty oi the Hebrew University. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, president of the Greater Miami Women's Division, American Friends cf the Hebrew University, pledged full cooperation oi her division 111 the Xov 25 event. "We are making plans for a large attend ance at the dinner to hear our distinguished guests, Mr. Keyserling ;.nd Mr. Cherrick, and to help launch the construction of the 1 Miami Humanities Building," she declared. A 6:30 p.m. cocktail reception and 7:30 p.m. dinner, at which dietary laws will be observed, are planned for the Nov. 23 affair. ATID Formed At Beth Torah ISTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC Electrical Contractors iSIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL .DUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS MAINTENANCE PAUL FOSTER, president AIR CONDITIONING and ADEQUATE WIRING 14 W. FIAGIER ST. HI 8-2671 IgliU, Sundays & Holidays Dial HI 3-0922 RETIRED GENTLEMAN seeks JEWISH HOUSEKEEPER Neither Children nor Heavy Work Involved. Applicants please contact in writing: MR. CHARLES LEVINE Coral Sea Towers 10300 W. Bay Harbor Drive Apartment 9B Miami Beach, Florida OR BtJJtH Ht/.ITH VISIT THf |AMI HEALTH INSTITUTE PHYSICAL THERAPY BODY CONDITIONING ENERAL DIAGNOSIS & X-RAY COION/C IRRIGATIONS ULTRA SONIC THERAPY CABINETS and MASSAGE [7235 Biscayne Blvd. Phone PL 7-7234 ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PLAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET lay-Bee Die-Dee Diaper Service J "GREATER MIAMI'S FIRST" An Exclusive laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 9-5593 LEON r.CYSWUNG The lir-t synagogue-based chapter of ATM), college age organizaon. United Synagogue of America, in Ihe Southeast Region was formed last week at Belli Torah Congregation in North Mm mi fieach. This is a pioneer elfori for the entire South. Previously existing chapters were located on the college campus. The Beth Torah group will include all young adults whether In the student or working class one ol the major purposes "i the group i to close the gap between Ihe teen-age years and the time for joining a congregation. Theodore Schoenberg, acting chairman of the group, delivered a talk on ATID during last week's Friday evening services, and Beth Torah ATM) members served as hosts and hostesses' to all participants. Abraham J. Gittelson, education director of Beth Torah, iserving as advisor to the group, with Marshall Baltuch, youth advisor ol Beth Torah and international ATID Executive Hoard member, as consultant. Gabriel Shantzis i> chairman ol the Beth Toraii Youth Commission. Drama Workshop Meetings "Act Nov..'' drama workshop of the Surfside Community Cenfe imeeting Monday nights, 7 to 10:30. Gertrude Maix. local actress, is in charge. Are you spending an extra dollar on these three words ? Not if you're buying Canadian Lord divert. You won't find the •words"Bottled in Canada" on any of our bottles. We're bringing our great Canadian whisky across the border in barrels and bottling it in the U.S.A. This way, we save enough in taxes and freight to shave about a dollar off the price of every fifth. (Good Canadian whisky will never be cheap. But at least we've found a way to make it reasonable.) Try it. Just look for the important new Canadian. In the handsome square bottle. '^Without those extra words. dnadian Lord Calvert CANADIAN WHBKY-A BLEND-RO PROOF.IMPORTED BY CALVERT DISTILLERS CO.. N.V.C. Over age 50? How about YOUR life insurance. The 30's bring new dimensions to life and to a man's need for life insurance. The children have grown up, retirement is not far away and the tax people are getting interested in your estate. You need a lifetime income for your wife—a requirement that is emphasized by the life expectancy tables and the three out of rive chance that wives will outlive their husbands. A surprising number of people have taxable estates these days, thanks to inflated values. Estate taxes could be a thorny problem for your heirs and may require the sale of irreplaceable assets. Age 65 for most men brings retirement—years that can be a rich and satisfying experience if you have enough income. The ideal solution to all these problems is Life Insurance, guaranteeing immediate cash or lifetime income depending on the need. Talk to the Man from Manufacturers. You'll find him especially helpful in measuring your present insurance against these "new dimensions" after 50. MANUFACTURERS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Eliot M. Daniels Representative MIAMI Tel: 371-6645 "WWi 15



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November 13. 1964 +Jeisti tU-ridlinr Page 7-A ^An V. WOW""" 1 — '*****.• mmj.*mmjmf \$jx New Jewish Candidates Up on Capitol Hill linued from Page l-A — ing builder, once served as a news attorney of Jewish faith, Abe omic and technical needs \ Continued from Page 1-A who were not up for •hj* year, include Sen. New York RepubLfctiod LiobK. .'^" • f"; yn Abraham RibicofT, Cnn'etticul Democrat; and Sen. fcrni-t ruening. Alaska DemoFive the six new Congress' n0 Jewish faith wera eleet^ n in HI, state of New York. T h i-cluded Lester L. Wolff. Oemoc-at-Liberal, who upset the Re pub! tn incumbent. Rep. I st.ven Derounian; Joseph Resnkh Democrat, who unexpecteely'wo" over the Republican in„mb.n RepJErnest W" 1MM He'bert Tenxer, OemoeratLiberal who defeated RepubliI .n Ret. John J. Endsell. A lo R.chard Otlinger, DemoLjt-Libf. 1. who wrested a seat §rom veteran Republican Rep. Robert H Barry, and James H. fecheuer. Democrat-Liberal, who Cfeat< Republican contender Henn e. Mi". Sheucr. a leading builder, once served as a news correspondent lor the Overseas News Agency, and has been active in exposing and fighting religious and racial prejudice, "fleelectbd "in New York' were Reps. Emanuel Celler, chairman of the House Judiciary Commit tee: Leonard Farb-tein. only Jewish member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee; Jacob 11. Gilbert, Benjamin S. Roscnthal. Abraham J. Mutter, all Democrats. and Seymour Halpern. the only Jewish House member who is a Republican. Former Congressman Sydney R. j Yates. Illinois Democrat, regained a House seat he lost in 1962 when he unsuccessfully ran for the Senate. Yates saw interim service at the United Nations. Rep. Sam uel N. Friedel, Maryland Demo crat. Rep. Herman Toll, Pennsylvania Democrat, and Rep. Charles S. Johnson, New Jersey Democrat, were all reelected. Press forecasts foresaw a possibility that President Johnson may soon appoint a prominent attorney of Jewish faith, Abe Fortas, to the position of the United States Attorney General vacated by Robert F. Kennedy, who was elected to the Senate from New York. The overwhelming national election victory of President Johnson indicated to Washington observers a mandate to the Administration to continue the known attitudes and commitments involving AmericanIsrael relations and against religious prejudice. President John-on made clear during the campaign that this nation stood firmI ly committed to preserving the security and territorial integrity 01 Israel. He indicated that Israel's economic and technical needs would | be considered. It was clear that assistance would also include con-1 tinued sales of American military equipment, like the "Hawk" antiaircraft missile soon to become operational. President Johnson's election also assured continuation of the socalled "LBJ plan" for a joint American-Israel nuclear desalting p.am, oi massive proportions in Israel. This venture would provide Israel with tacilities to develop the Negev through desalted e.n it-Star and inexpensive electrical power. I President Jonnson s special counsel on the White House staff i and personal advisor on Jewish and Israeli matters, Myer Feldman, will continue to serve. Mr. Feldman came to the White House with President John F. Kennedy and was asked to remam by President Johnson after the assassination last November. Vice President-Elect Hubert Humphrcv. long an advocate of Jewish statehood and Israeli survival, served as a champion of the Israeli cause during the many years he served as a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee He has visited both Israel and Egypt. He is known also as an advocate oi economic development assistance to Israel. Both President ; Johnson and the Vice PresidentI Elect stand for liberation of Amer' ican immigration law s and antiI bias measures. {3rd Bureau of Education Dinner /ill Honor Nine Directors Here Xme education directors of Temple Emanu-EI: Jacob G. Born-! Jreater Miami and Hollywood stein. Temple Israel; Herzl Honchooli will bo honored at the 23rd or. Temple Menorah; Bruce Rich innual dinner oi the Bureau of man. Temple Ner Tamid; Herbert Jewish Education on Sunday, 6:30 Harari. Temple Sinai of Holly ,m at the Diplomat Country wood; Benjamin I'doft. Temple Hub Zion The i ectors, who have given Louis Schwartznian. executive, i re< more years of service to director of the Bureau, will present \\ mity. include Saul Rathe plaques of appreciation. inn, David Congregation;! %  Abrahai i Gittelson, Beth Torah Congregation; Lillian Ross. Ternhie Beta Am; Morris Tarasow TO SERVE YOU IS OUR PLEASURE Ed. J. Vischi Real Estate in ill its llvanehes 12466 N.E. 7th AVENUE Phone PL 4-4661 An added feature of the evening will be the installation of Bureau officers by Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-EI, who will also extend greetings of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Slate includes Joseph Cohen, president; Judge Frederick N. Barad. Albert Ossip, Leonard Zilbert, vice presidents; Al Sherman, secretary; and Melvyn Frumkes, treasurer. Featured speaker will be Congressman Claude Pepper, who has ueen elected to serve another term in the U.S. House of Representa | lives. Mi Opening statement will be made ij. 2 + by Al Sherman. Dinner ComnutGENT'-EMAN I tee chairman: invocation and ,3 r .. lea*, founder of Con, greetings from the Greater Miamij Synagogue, seeks eligible Rabbinical Association, bj naooi I tivi ... ,i,a


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?age 10-B +Je*ishfk>rldiinr Friday. November 13, 1964 Library Marks 6th Anniversary Planning for the National Executive Board nesting at the Fontainebleau Ho'el on Dec. 4 o 6 are these members of the Greater Miami Chapter, American Jewish Committee. Seated left to right) are Alvin Cassel. Mrs. B. B. Goldstein. Mrs. Charles H. Finkelstein, president. chairman, Mrs. Marcella U. Hofmayer. StandMrs. Sydney Weintraub, James R. Ktf'jnan, :ig (left to right) are David Kochberg, William Gludstone, Mrs. Eleanor Lip'.on, actinq director of the Florida Region, American Jewish Committee, Raymond Lewis and Myron Behrman. Not shown are Mrs Leo Ackerman, Mrs. Aaron Fair, David B. Fleeman, Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe, Mrs. James R. Katzman. Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Sidney Meyer and Col. Nathan Rood. Friends of the Surf-Bal-Bay Library were to celebrate their filth nniversary on Thursday evening, 7 30 p.m.. at the Surfside Community Center, with Jane Fisher.! principal speaker of the occasion in a discussion Of 'Miami Beach and its Heritage Ron Kanen, Miami Public Lib-, rary executive in charge of Branch Libraries, was to speak briefly on the needs of branch libraries and --'' %  V;'"-v thoucontribution to the commun*%•$* Mrs. Joseph Duntov. librarian ^iii'^---i:Vi'' at the Surfside Bal Harbor-Bay *•& %  Harbor Library, was to donate book? to 16 children of the 40 who registered for the Summer Reading Rodeo at the library. Byron Ave.: Darnells C.arndo. 0365 Abbott Ave.: Gloria Ooldman. 8927 Byron Ave.: and John Zai rella, 839 8fith St. Sherri Friedman. 88G6 Abbott Ave.. student of Bi-cayne F.iem tary School, was also to nrri\ book award for her summer read ing, ll Rabbi Richter to Conduct Rabbi Harold Richter will con duel Congregation B'nai Rapine adult education session on Sundaj 8.13 p.m.. at the home of Mrs Ethel Simon. KM OROVITZ 10 Bf HOWOKtP AJCommittee Here Planning for National Executive Board Meeting Set Dec. 4-6 Greater Miami Chapter of the merican Jewish Committee is •rving as a Florida Planning ommittee for the National Execute Board meeting of the organi. ition to be held at the Fontaineleau Hotel from Dec. 4 to 6. Highlight of the meeting "ill be le banquet Saturday night. Dec. Max Orovitz. member of the %  cal chapter/ Advisory Board. • ill be honored Orovitz is a pa*t president of le Greater Miami Jewish Feclation and chairman Of the boards Book Fair On Miami Beach During North Beach Elemen-1 rj School's annual Book Fair. i eld in conjunction with American Education Week, pupils and their arents may purchase books Tues%  ay through Friday from 2 to 30 p.m The PTA project Iunder the jidance of the new school prinpal, Mr. Aldo Simmons: PTA resident, Mrs. David Miller: vice 1 lesident. Mrs. Theodore Dortch; %  nd chairman. Mrs. Michael i inner. of Mt. Sinai Hospital and the University of Miami. He will receive a special award "for distinguished service in advancing the cause of human relations." '/Jest speaker will be former Florida Gov. LeRoy Collins, as well as Morris B. Abram, president of the American Jewish Committee. Coilins is presently serving as director of the Community Relations Service of the United States Department of Commerce. Mrs. Charles H. Finkelstein is president of the Greater Miami Chapter, which currently numbers more than 1.000 members. The National Executive Board meeting | will he preceded by a Southern Regional Conference on Dec 3. Diabetes Seminar Here Greater Miami Lay Diabetes Society presented a seminar on Tuesday in the auditorium of the Cutler Ridge Shopping Center. The seminar will be repeated on Thursday. Nov. 12, 7 p.m.. at Northside Shopping Center, in charge of further information is Mrs. Lavinia Phillips, nutrition consultant, Darie County Department ot Health Children from Bay Harbor Elementary School who were to receive book awards are Lisa .lone Breslaw, 90O9 Fronde Ave.; Vicki Brower, 9680 W. Bay Harbor Dr.; Cory Cullen. 9440 Byron Ave.: Stuart Farber. 8934 Hawthorne Ave ; Carol Miranda. 609 83rd St.: Jean Wohl. 9009 Garland Ave.: and Susan Zuckerman. 8172 Abbott Ave. Nautilus Junior High students receiving awards were to be Ricki Cullen. 9440 Byron Ave.: Harene Goldstein. 9364 Carlyle Ave.: Sanford King, 9081 Bay Dr.; and David Wilkes, 8839 Emerson Ave Students of St. Joseph School who were to receive awardare Maria Carmen Dominguez. 9457 JUMBO COLOR PRINTS 19 EA. FULL SIZE 3'_• INCHES WIDE From KODACOIOR Nega'ives COLOR ENLARGEMENTS WITH FREE ACETATE ALBUM PAGES 29c NEW 5'x5" ALBUM SIZE DIXIE PHOTO SERVICE, INC. Ph. 444-4639 2469 I.W. Sir. STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA AVWM^^^ ... JE 4-0838 Concert Series Reveals Program Community Concert Association of Miami Beach announces six programs in its 1964-65 season. American Ballet Theatre will be featured on Sunday, Dec. 6. Other programs scheduled in 1965 include Erick Friedman, violinist, Tuesday. Jan. 12: Nelson and Neal. duo pianists. Sunday, J;>n 24; Dallas Symphony Orchestra under Donald Johanos, with Ivan Davis as piano soloist. Feb. 18; Boston Pops Tour Orchestra. with Arthur Fiedler. Tuesday. Mar. 2; Branko Krsmanovich and chorus of 80 mixed voices, Monday. Mar. 29. All concerts will begin at 8:30 p.m., and are scheduled for Miami Beach Auditorium. Admissions to single events will not be sold. The association maintains offices i al 1613 Alton Rd. powerfully influential on 1 TAILORING SHOP and FORMAL RENTAL AGENCY FOR SALE 15 years same location. Sacrifice Retiring. 2520 Ponce de Leon Blvd. ELECTROLOGIST REMOVE UNWANTED HAIR. Licensed, local leading Department Store experience. Two methods. Have Machine Will Travel NA 4-8784 or 757-6479 Zamora Features First Graders Services on Friday evening at Temple Zamora will be dedicated to Religious School first grade students. 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JVidcy. November 13. 1964 fJ mitt i fU rid for Page 5-3 Lei: to nght are Mesdames Helen Hornstein, vice president in rharge of ways and means; Joseph E. Keiser, president of Ihe Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida; and Ray Lieberman, recording secretary, discussing the programs in BOnoi of the Home's seventh anniversary. Convalescent Home Marks Anniversary r'i first m ;t scries of special r, mmcmorating the sevcrsarj jear of the Jew-!, i mvalescenl Home of South has been announced by I E. Keistr, president. I event will he in the form universary Chanuka party rla> Nov. 29. at the Home. by the Ladies' AuxilMen's Club. The party will consist of an House" for relatives of reslients and the entire Jewish comHorn 2 to 4 p.m. Refreshill be served. rriinji to .Mrs. Gertrude k Ff, chairman of the Resilittee. "this is the residentof thanking the Jewfeel like a bride get a WEDDING WHITE" WASH every time! ;s? FAB WITH[DURABRITE ...the intensified whitener Yes, your wash can be wedding white—not Just almost white! New Fab lifts out the yellow and gray tinge. Then washes in a pure, pure white — wedding white —in a way old fashioned detergents % never could. Try it and seel (* KOSHER PARVE L HUIT QF C0L6ATL-PALMOUVE '-!i community Of Greater Miami <"i its enthusiastic support In helping build our new Home.'' Occ/a lit Continued from Page IB ginning to flutter south now that rtber is so close Expected soon from New York for her annual winter visit, Mrs. Jennie Zilbert who will houseguest with son, Lenny, and Koz Zilbert at their Ninth Bay Island home Also due soon. Lenin sister in-law. Mae Lcpseller. who'll slay until after New Year For Arthur Newman and wife Maxine, the season stinted several weeks ago. when they entertained several northern visitors at their home ... In addition, the Newmans have hcen traipsing around themselves quite a bit attending to Arthur's legal affairs But they'll be even busier if the rumors about his possible c ndidacy for the next State Legislative race become fact. If David Platt, assistant principal at Nautilus Junior High. walked about his duties with a somewhat glazed look last week. &w Isabel C-f ' nowrecovering nicely Only one causing no disturbance was middle daughter Helene. r rove Another young lady now li • i>il\ recuperating from surgi at Cedars of Lebanon. Joj Christie, daughter of the Jul Spectors and grandgaughter the Samuel J. Spectors A final word on those recet on the sick ii-t. Morris Len now robust enough to join u Ruth tor the 2uth opening their well-known Famous I taurant on Washington Ave. Gourmets of the community ready planning for the event be held Thursday, Nov. 19. Mother's Names Two New VP's By Special Report Mother's Food Products. Inc.. of Newark, N.J.. announced last week the election of Sydney Leibner and Bernard S. Salamon as vice presidents. Leibner will continue as general manager of Mother's. He joined the organization! n 1356. Prior to that, he was a well-known figure in the commercial fishing industry in Los Angeles. Chicago New York. Salamon. who has been tu tioning as national sales director Mother's since 1!).")8. will C linue in that capacity. Mothc Food Products. Inc.. makes a wi variety of kosher foods, includi gefilte fish in jars and cans, in garine, borscht, schav, picl es a full line nf condiments.S f fingers Resume Season Beach Community Sing%  starting their 12th war under the leadMusical Director Ben Weekly rehearsals are i hursday evening, 7:45 Ida M. Fisher Junior • ; ml. Auditions are held S GOOD DAIRY SHOPPERS BUY BREAKSTONE'S (just as they always have] Pamper your taste for the best with the quality flavor of really fine dairy foods! For brunch, lunch, supper or snack, you'll enjoy the extra fresh, creamy richness of Breakstone's. Good dairy belongs on your table. One delicious way, or another —always serve Breakstone's. good dairy tq*you from



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Friday November 13. 1964 Jen isti fkricfiarj Page 5A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR leading Republican Says Columnist Misjudged Him holTOR, The Jewish Floridian: I ,„ Mmdlins column in L,;'%  N v ; nd j?r* Eh hi' has committed the fallacy Ujnsuff'cenl observation, but I proceed to refute his .tio.iv 1 must, in justice. ffi my letter '" tne cd,,or I ed in one of your 1 .. i haw committed L -;n ol "ting m anger, arouslease to the general bj a rabbi, directing the ,. iu vote for Goldwater, throwing the Jewish peotlf into a bloc voting gonip. ,,i i recited a statement trade t'rom the pulpit by a clergy,,aii in the 1952 campaign that JGen Eisenhower is tne American limdcnberg and if elected will rtll upon an American Hitler to ly power" and then proceeded ,,\ :h il he was moved from partisan poinl ot view. 1 have pimittcri a -in by impugning a blush partisan reason for his | that statement. I had no layen Quits Post fo Battle Eshkol Continued f^om P*oe 1-A for alianment with Ach-I fut in its present form. Mr. Lavon, who was forced out Israel Defense Minister in 1954 In connection with a disastrous fcciirity mishap that year and latfv from the post of Secretary Genrr:i! of the Histadrut, is deeply Involved in the alignment talks. His supporters in M*pi and in the Histadrut insist on his being included on the joint tlecI tion list for national elections, I but Premie Eshkol has indication 1 he has no interest in an allout fight for such listing. Mr. •. iiiion paved the way new inquiry into La von's 1954 mishap by prehe called new evirncc recently to Justice Minister | Premier Eshkol, Mit to end the decade utrovi rsj. has warned ipening the Lavon case right to attribute a partisan motive to him. To the contraryTl should have assumed that he was prompted sincerely but unjustifi ably by feajr and concern for his people. Second, my admonition to the clergy should not have embraced all clergymen. I have listened to sermons before the election by a number of rabbis who dealt with the social and economic issues very effectively without violating propriety. Third, my closing paragraph should have read "to drive politics out of the Temple of God," not "politicians." i Now for the Nov. f column: The columnist asks the question, ". who prefers the rabbi to contine his sermon to — what?" if Mr. Mindlin read the first paragraph of my letter, he would have had the answer to what would be considered exceeding propriety and privilege of the pulpit. But Mr. Mindlin did not want to read v hal l wrote He only wauled a chance to express his thinking. 1 believe in\ letter was explicit On the obligation of clergymen to discuss moral issues at any time. and in answer to his "what?" I will give you another example of What I would consider exceeding a clergyman's privilege on the pulpit. For instance. Medicare ior the poor and needy Ia moral issue, but whether Medicare should be compulsory for everybody and under Social Security is political. The clergyman has no greater insight as to which system will give the greatest benefit to the greatest number of people, and should not attempt to inifluence a captive audience. Mr. Mindlin equates the rabbis with the prophets of old. Is it possible that he does not know that the heads of the Jewish religious life in the days of the prophets were the priests and that the prophets were laymen who were, in many instances, not highly learned men, and often spoke against the priests? speaks out for his views withe appointment, as did the prophi Furthermore. Mr. Mindlin co imits the same sin I have CO nutted in impugning partisan > lives to the clergymen, and fairness to me should retract loo. LEON J. E-'Miami Bea i Mr. Mindlin -ays. "Experience .seems to indicate that the most vocal of those who object to excesses of clergymen on the pulpit are generally the least qualified to mak. any judgment whatsoever." This must be a self-ap praisal. Mr. Mindlin has neve, examined me for qualifications. The writer never makes assertions unless he has the knowledge covi ring that assertion. Mr. Mindlin says that I am a self-appointed guardian of the principle of what the rabbis should and should not do. 1 readily admit to that. But could Mr. Mind lin show me any instance where the defense of a principle was by appointment" All through the ".reat periods in Jewish history, men who spoke out rightly or wrongly did so without appoint ment. no less than Mr. Mindlin Freshmen At Stern College Sandra Lipnian. 1031 NF. 17. lei., No. Miami Beach, and All a Cohen, of Daytona Beach, a members of the freshman class Yeshiva University's Stern Collt tor Women, New York City. 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faqe 14 B ffeaaja !0-A An/rf thirkUw Friday. November 12. 1964 I i. 2 V L w h. mi IS M Be mi ba de :.a is an Ch Will The GOP Die? By MAX LERHER 'Back to School' At Beth Shirah Tr* brotherly murrterousrievs or •-,< %  ^i in the heartof BcpoMicaM b probably a toor* .•••na. tr.i itch than the next •oc-Clajr fight Bol Ifct r,otK>r. mat ther %  destno* each other '-. • rertol Baytwa ar .ralerBnreBiNixon What?-• t:>e Ben aykelj I • die the) have alBy dj(j Nothing Ihej can ncu say about each other uill do their pert} even a !r< I Ike dama2e that the GohH ater campaign has a' %  • %  nMsetthK lonethang in it \ill stir to life. What they -r, 1 an) la admit even to themselves is that it tas dead from the A thai the ont} hope i = to act rid of it smell and all If it it true that some leader* are doomed to play their roles twice the Stage of history — flrtl at tragedy, later at farce — then Barry Coidwater ii a striking instance. Il.hat! career* and broken hearts in the wake ol the Goldwater ad• ire Barry Goldwater seems to believe that he lost basically because tfci Re pu blic a n Part) inot yet conservative enough for victory One tl inks back to the medieval quacks bleeding their patients and — when they had found some luckless devil with a little blood still left in him — ing off tl' capful in order to cure him by leaving him bloodand i te di ad. The 194 brand of Republican malady is not its erini i khie of liberalism II is its far-out Itightism combined ihi m ol the Southern Democrats-turned RepublicanBut the Goldwater-Burch-Nlxon axia has little hope of prevailing. i, manj enomiea and no afliei It has left too much rum be!; pite thi oi ratulatory telegrams thai Goldwater tche liscd breast, the facl Is thai he is now a general with., : man without party, a leader with only the skimpiest ol ,.,,: His philosopl irned, his ttrategj baa proved a the nati licea in its deliverance as never before, the whole tern orld >. %  Whei a "crusade" has ended thus prolong il any further becomes a thing of madness or sadness. Thidoei not mean that the Republican Party is dying. It still %  I the %  teal during the nexl two years will be theirs. Out of the 'i economic issuea anti-statist where possible. :niddle*of-the road on cial welfare me asu res, anti-Communist and Internationalist on world 'licy. liberal on civil rights. 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ri|J ^r November 13, 1964 laotjsafj ritrHl^n Page 7-B ORT Women Will worrh shore women Producers Slated See Hypnotist A paid-up membership dues, luncheon will be hosted by lour Beach chapters of the Southeastern Florida Re [ion of Women's American ORT on Wednesday noun. ;it irfside Community Center. Participating chapterare Bay. Greater Miami, Islanders and iliami Beach Afternoon. Admission is payment of 19610", dues. Mrs Samuel Avrach, chairman nf the day, will present hynotist Frank Freeman, who has appeared on national television programs. Mrs. Joseph Wilkes is region reenrollment chairman A board meeting of North Shore B'nai B'rith Women was held Monday in the Cavalier Room of the Deauville Hotel. Mrs. Harry Dickon was in charge ot arrangements. Women's League Meets Wednesday Women's League for Israel. Florida Chapter, will meet Wednesday, 1:30 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Fay Tupler, Terrace Tower Ants Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director of the Spinoza Forum for Adult Kdnc ;tion, will speak on "The Best Years." Refreshments will be served. Sunday on WYCG Howard Eiskine. one of the producers of the hit Broad* aj comedy, "And Wednesday." and Arthur Cantor join host John Daly in discussing the many problei involved in producing a Broadway production and the Great White Way's current -caudal. '•Ice." on "Cadillac Sunday Spectrum" this Sunday. 7 p.m., on Station WVCG IM Music from one oi this sei I I gest hit-. "Fiddler on the Roof." and a musical spoof from •The Committee" on Ernst Von Dohnany's "Variations on a Nursery Theme" will be played. At a function of the Greater Miami Chapter, American Medical Center, held at the DiLido Hotel, Mrs. Li!a S. Myers, president, makes a surprise Service Award presentation to Philip Weiss, of the Royal Hunqarian Restaurant, in appreciation oi his assistance to the Medical Center, a cancer and tuberculosis jesearch hospital in Denver, Colo. Lookinq on is Mrs. Josepn Holober. Pioneer Women To Hear Reports Gold; Meir Club of Pioneer Strauch. co-chairmen of arrangev. .. .. regular meeting on merits. ftednc-d, noon at the Park Lane I fetena on Coral Way. Mrs. Mrs. Joseph Krantz. president Miriam Halperin, president, conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Anna Quaker, who recently returned Club One, will conduct a regular meeting on Thursday. Nov. 19. 1 p.m., at Washington Federal, Islands Garden Club Function Paim Hibiscus Islands Garden Club is having its annual plant and white elephant sale on Wednesday noon at the Miami Beach Garden Center and Conservatory. Proceeds will be donated to the Mental Health Hospital in Hollywood. Fla. "Interpretation and Design of' Flower Arrangements" was ex-1 plored by Mrs. Edwin Dean at the club's covered dish luncheon! meeting on Wednesday. ed from an extensive tour on the 1231 Washington Ave. Mrs. Leah SS Shalom, reported on her imNotkin will report on her recent Of Israel | trip to Israel. Kadir-... 1 Chapter is holding a luncheon and card party on Wed nesdaj noon at the home of Mrs Teenej l eutsch, 2513 SW 15th -St. All proceeds go to the Child Resi ii I nd, Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, Mrs. Fred Sand lei. Kadimah president, changed the meeting of the board to Thurs daj Nov. 19. 8 p.m.. at the home n| Mrs, I Isa Kreutzer. 1201 SW 11th St. Aviva Chapter, Mrs. Alfred Lichtblai president, is holding a dessert luncheon on Tuesday, Nov. l\ at First Federal. NE 125th St. A: original painting by Mrs. Olga t ukor will be presented. Tikvati Chapter, Mrs. Ruth Wan ner p r dent, is celebrating the nth inniveasary of the national organisation with a gala pre-Cha r.uka party on Sunday, 7:30 p.m.. -mutton Federal Savings and I2M Washington Ave. Ciuest speaker will be Council president and national board member, Mrs. Milton Green, who rerentlj returned from a regional conference in New York City. A 1 lusical program has been arranged by Sophia Seeman and J Seagram Picks Mew Manager Samuel Kleinman has been named to the newly-created post of Eastern Division marketing manager for Seagram Distillers Company, it was announced by Milton (i. Abramson, Eastern Division manager. For two years Kleinman has served as national administrative assistant for the company. He has been associated with Seagram I since 1953. when he joined the pari ent company in the Cashier's Department. He subsequently held positions in the Order and Billing, Treasury and Personnel Departments %  A graduate of Adelphi College. Garden City. NY., where he received a degree in Business Administration. Kleirman served in the South Pacific and Japan dur1 in S World War II.-S.T. Rabbi Shapiro in Talk Rabbi Max Shapiro will lead the discus-ions of the Beth Kodesh Congregation adult education series slated to !"-:in on Sunday at 10 a.m. the smartest three words you can say about a function: It's at D0ML on the ocean at miami beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, buaineae meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. or in a miami country club setting Spaciousness it the keynote of your affair •midst the pluehnees of the Derel Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmosphere of thie resort-estate. i^H Affair to Kemember... For complete detail: pleat* call Mr. David Kovac, Director of Food and Beverage Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE1-3600 aft'.e leville HOTEL Planning a widding. confirmation, luncheon, reception, meeting? 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in x Poge 12A *k*isttkrMtor, Friday. Norernber 13, Tickets for John F. Kennedy Peace Forest Dinner Reported Going Rapidly Here Dedication at the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue, tfaabington Ave.. will oe r.eld Sunday, Dec. 27. at 2 p.m. nbof h Stern ;s =p„-.-j. leader and associate founder thr e e m o n th-old synagogue. Ben-Gurion White Book'Reported To Give Low Down on Spy Affairs Continued from Pag* 1-A of the Egyptian intelligence terK. According to Mr. Prittle. the .' Sail Fund and will be held at ntainebleau Hotel on Sunevenin| L>ec 6 The dinner vill mark the opening event fOJ he John F Kennedy Peace For -t in Israel U.S. Sen. Abraham R.bieoff, of Connecticut, will be principal speaker. A host of national, state and local public officials will attend this function. At the dinner, the Jewi.-h National Fund will make two new .•wards in its 70->ear-old history The awards will be made to an honoree. as yet urn:, of a ?old medallion, for service renlered the Jewish National Fund •oward the e-tabli>hment of the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest in Israel. The second award will be made 1 o another honoree. with his name if fixed to the Florida pylon, at he entrance to the Kennedv For?st. There will be 51 pylons erected \ it the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest, one for each state of the union, including Puerto Rico. A replica of the pylon will be placed in the Florida State capital in Tallahassee, where the state will keep it on permanent display. The John F. Kennedy Peace Forest will be planted on land defended over 2,000 years ago byBar Kochba and his followers.' A broad highway, known as the John F Kennedy Memorial Highway, will be built by the Israel Government to make access to •• '< President • II Bryant an'! rnor-elect Haydon !', inu are tanoran chairmen, other committee are %  H %  • • %  I < : A Mai • f..-. • I !>• %  .,; %  f (;.; \.ri..: •• n-l' I • I I. • %  i,. %  M< Millan. r i : %  %  I • %  k i I %  I P, •• -.-.. Thorn •II lia K IBII I II., -. : .! • n, Circuit i-i'l-, l l'i / %  ... ... |. | %  • J : RELIGIOUS STORE £z ALL RELIGIOUS ART'CLES FOR SYNAGOGUES — SCHOOLS HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVf. Jl 1-7722 S. Schworti WE INSTALL GLASS FOR EVERY VI it POSE ST0RI FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Ittiilvering Our Specially L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phona FR 1-1363 Morris Orllm REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greoter M ; omi'$ Inrqest & 0ldet Supply House for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale £ Retail ISKAIU GIFTS AND N0VHTIIS 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. MIAMI S EXfiUISlW KWISM ClMf ItaV AND.COMMUNirv MAllSl M0 1-7693 PALMER MEMORIALS -ATMrwr'f 0rf AMM •wvtaff sWsVr I.ilV-i" UADm IN SERVICE. QUALITY AND VALUE! Scheduled Unveilings Sunday, Nov. 15. 1964 Mr. Meh* Ctmeler, FANt UNGAR. 1 p.m. RoM M-, • PHlliP MKHAELS0N. 1 p.n Alfred Ml. Sinai Cemetery MORRIS GAIKIN, 2 p.m SEE WHAT YOU BUY! DO NOT BUY FROM MAIL ORDER FIRMS AND BE SORRY! Buy Direct horn the manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's Oaly Jewish Monument Builders 3279 S.W. 8th Street Nl 4-0921 Pmmmn HI 4-4911 PI ^ hi m Emjnwel Gordon 1877-1944 Msrry Gordon 1904.19*4 A Ci .: \amt T GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami Ph. 373-5533 -N JAM?S B GORC y ^ •••• OAOBT SOJUVAK* •mAMI % %  ACM. 'LORIO* A WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 Wo Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783



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Friday. November 13. 1964 "Jewish Fkrldfar Page 13-A iJKcligious *3< ervices .fUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. I Orthodox. R;' E r ,. U4T SHALOM CONGREGA.|i *..*M W SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Jintor l,r.eM'e_ .-TH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. ConB '! y t ,ve. Rahm Norman N. Sr.apiro. Jnis (AJeekend A TASTE OF HEBREW Leal s.-rvl Shapiro at Beth Do,Saturday B:S0 a.m. : \ i-.irtlnt • • %  the '>•" gS?r William Friday ',''^,'tin.i'.. a.m. Bar Mltavah. ;;;„,, r < '" %  *" d • Mi H Arthur Hokol ( %  ^ i. 500 SW 17th Ave. OrthoSox R">' Solomon Schiff. Maj ID I aETH ISRAEL 711 40th St. Ortho„o "nbb. Berel Wein. fl(hl Saturday 9 a.m. and gfTH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice %  umches, • PFTH KOD^SH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Mod"" Traditional. Rabbi Max snapno. Cantor Benjamin Ben-An. i Veteran* I %  • %  > -. i I'eace MI.>R ...I h> Mr. and Mr*. IIA „ | i luinor.irj IH.-.-I.I. in f I : I ji tn "Wei kl> \\. Mum ''." !•••! CANDUUGHTING Tim 8 Kisiev — 5:13 p.m. %  •; I.I in.. Mltcvuh: Brio, II. III \ Srlltllllln ..4 -.•n of Mr. in.l Mrs. I. Min.-ha :. p.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Will our l'r.-;ini ..I IV.ii-.b.Sh.-iti.-r. -.IV Adult choir, under direction %  Mr. Herbert Baumcard, win participate with Cantor Kodner In muxlcal portions of the service*. Baturda) 11:13 a.m. Bar Mltavah; Steven, ion of Mr. and Mrs, Joaeph Reivmnn, %  I TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kini per %  Prldit) R:is [..in Dlwuiwlon Kulibath. [I Topic: -| ChiMiukii Imitutlni ChilxtI mas?" Saturday n sum. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St Conservative. Rabbi Mar Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. I'rldio vi:, p.m. Hermon: "Change* in HiKremlin." Haturday 9 a.m, s.-i mi. n. "The I'or t Ion ol the LAW." ISur Mitivah: Gary, -.n of Mr. and Mr*. Churleti Uplcin*. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. • TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman. Iiday :30 p.m. Sermon: "Who**In ihe I'rlver'* .-.-u." Junior and Kenloi I'SY group* will participate in -.-n i.-.-s. Saturday vl.'. ii.m. Bar Mitavah: Marry, ...M .,i Mi. and Mr* Harold i '-..-• % %  BETH \IOSHE CONGREGATION. TEMPLE SINA; OF NORTH MIAMI. 1*100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale Krldn) R:1S p.m. Pulpit sweat, Irving .lacob*on, executive admlni*tratoi of Hi,. Temple Topic: "The Mi inure .-i Adultl I • — # — TEMPLE T.FERETH JACOB. 951 TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of HollyE. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. wood 17?5 Monroe St. Conservative, iviil.n i-, n.m Veteran* Bos obRabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor .,. lv .,ii.. Iliu-'j Shlibluil .-|...n-.'r.-.l b> Ernest Btelner. ,IWV anil JWYA, hoated l>j Ml anil Mi %  I .1 i. in. -.I..II in in. in. .1 j ul he I in ltd nar.I 1 A Weekly Column for Beginners •reseated by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE aad the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor: DR. SHI.OMO KODr'.SH nttfe r^nm ?s So, yoa have been waatinf to learn Hebrew for a IOBR lime. If* still aot loo late, but, remember the Hebrew proverb: All beginnings are Kol hslhalot kashut difficult I am beginning Anee mathil* I'm beginning to learn Anee mathil lilmod I'm beginning to learn Anee malhil lilmod TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi Samu'l Jaffe. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St Reconstructions^ Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott* lieb. 13630 VV. Dmie Hwy. Conservative. TEMPLE BE TH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase brother* Sal '-Mil Marcovitz. Cantor Ave. Liberal. Raiibi Leon Kromsh. t'ui'tniin will ol Hyman Fe.n. Cantor David Conviser. __.'^ 1 s """" "•>'* Krlrla) : %  ,... Pulpit gU< M, 1>I i l-r... I ,. Hi I'llll.ll RUl -I l 'h ; '•' % %  Mil it Top \\\ II i: B,,r Mltxv.in: Kon,.,„„ „ ,,.„, ,,.,, ,., ,,,,. |„,.,..,. ., ,, j ,.,1 un i... HIAII.-I: 1'hib.w.pii, ... vnu-il. % %  BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave. — • OrthcJOK Ralph Kneger, tecreU'y I BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Ori Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St Conservative Rabbi Nath.in M. Zwitmjn. C.intor Alex ander Cohen. TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Raobi S. M. Machtei. Ca nor Abraham Reiseman l-Yi.l.i> K p.lll .-'. i iii.'i \ Kl** foi %  'in. i.i. ii. i su'jirdn) '..'." :. in .iimii. i 'ututi. u.ii i '.i '*T\ lei BETH TORAH. 1o4tli St. and NE 11th AsConierv it.ve. Rabbi Max LipSclitJ C.intor Ben-Zion Kuschenlaum. mil i:U p.m. Veteian* ., I:.is Mil /.MIII Arli ne, i M an.i Mrs stinon I.' —•_"" ,, .-..,.1., .s.l.. am Bai Mil/TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing,1 .on ..i Mi and Mis ton Ave. Conservative. Raobi Irving ..Ii. km 4ii Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. ., I-'II.I... >:i i> m. Hadaaaah Sabbath. B'NAi RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. Sermon: "A Return t.. th.. Book—A Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. j Mn*t." MisLilhui (I man, paat Cantor Jack Lerner. president. Miami Beach Chapter ol i •: i-in Hadatutah Sabbath Hadawah, will extend Rreetin**. hntMi>. Michael Krop, uromy •• •• "'• Sermon: "Weekly I'or. :h.ii Cnapter, lln"larael: Bream and .-..uir.l.iy S::'.u a.m. S.-rLIU'.II: "P.rtiotl of the \V*-rk." Mlnrha } p.in — • FLACLER GRANADA. 50 NW Slat i Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Roenffio. Cantor George Goldberg. ii..i.iv (-. p.m. Sermou: "A PreUK M. .-.-am." tim-K UltabMr. ..II. I Mro. Morrl* Rowire moving ti a ne* I.--MI. Ml .in.l Mis. I'avlil 1 <>rl lllall. ..eddliifl annlvot s.u>. i in Sermon: "Weekly i' %  M Inciin .'• p.m. FT LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ricnard M. Leviton. HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree ar. O.tiiodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Cross. I %  i' .a .Viturila. 9 a in and HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SiNAI. 1201 Johnson st Constrvative. Rabbi D.iv d Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah Htiibraun, — o HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th St., Homeataad. Conservative. Cantor Pincus Aloof. — • ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th S>t. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swiraky. Cantor Louis Cohen riinl vl". pin Sermon: I i| i Hi. Map btu s. i ii How i" M<.. .i • p in 3 C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGLE 1532 Washington Ave. lox, H iiiui Ti'.ior H. Stern. Sal ui daj %  Hi .. m ... I S tllll .1.1111 III > Mill. In .". p III KM SETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. O ti-r.dox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cmior Abraham Seif. ilun." TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE Wh St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. r'rlriay v r. p.m. Sermon: "What Qivo* iia Strength to .n LlvinR?" TEMPLE 2AVIORA. 44 Zamora Ave Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Dickson. I r.'l.i. s I*, p.m. Sermon "I* n Horn*. a I'lni'i ... t h %  Sntui da ) v I*.! in Sei n "Honor ii. < ii i %  w i.-ilom — o TEMPLE 2:ON. 8000 Miller Rd Consei vative. Rabbi Alfred Wax man. Prldit) s :>' p.m Ban Mltavah: Randei dutiRhter --I Ml an.I Ml *. I'ani.l I. I.lniali Salillilay '.' a. 111. Bar Mll/.vuh: MiiKon. mm of Mr and Mr* Jon. ph Muliiuith. • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Raobi Henry Wernick. Friday R:S0 p.m. Sermon: "Man. Dual ..iDeity." Saturday '.' n.m. Sermon: "Portion ..r the Week." Bar Mltavah: Joel, S..II of Mr and Mis. Natnan : Prince. YOUNG ISKAtL. 0 NE 171st St. Orthodox. Raobi Sherwin Stauber. i-viii.i> :.::: p.m. Saturday I a.m. Hermon: "Aftermath of the Journey.* 1 Otien Bhubbaih profpfam for children :;:.:o p.m. Hebrew Today I'm beginning lo learn Hebrew I'm speaking I'm speaking Hebrew Today I'm speaking Hebrew I'm beginning to speak Hebrew Today I'm beginning to speak Hebrew Very good' lhank you! Good b\' ivrit Hayom anee mathil lilmod ivrit Anee m'daber Anee m'daber ivrit Haybm anee m'daber ivrit Anee mathil I'daber ivrit Haybm anee mathil I'daber ivrit Tov mod! Todah! Shalom :r ~: %  ...-—•• .-v 5 % *7^ H is pronounced like ch in C hanukah YOUR DICTIONARY FOR TODAY I'm anee speaking m'daber good low very m'od lhank you todah goodby shalom! aw nr.n I anee anee I'm beginning mathil to learn lilmod V*:" lo speak I'daber tgnft today haybm BlTI Test yourself Read and repeat' Repetition is Mie secret of lememhcring! DETACH and MAIL TARBUTH FOUNDATION • 515 PARK AVE. • NEW YORK 22. N. Y. Gentlemen: Please send me a table of the Hebrew alphabet. Name Address City Zone Stale THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT It is the Issue That Must be the Primary Concern %  iI" n \l,\an lei Katurdaj S SO a m i |i ,.ss will il> live! AMI BEACH ET2 CHAIM. 1544 W.isi.myton Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strjfeld. MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3"37 Bird Rfl. Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber, man. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwala. [da) :. IS an. "bath. Silin-.la. '•rtlon of the W R:K p.m. Ila.lassall !' a.m. S.-lliliill: k." SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmlaa. 'day .". p.m. Saiiiniav 8:30 a.m. Bar' '"'' %  "I..-II.T ..I Kate." TFMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Con•ervative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. <-antor Maurice Neu. '*•) 1:15 an. i H:i:, p.m. "Moral %  wnkrupicv ,. r Vvnere Heaven and "ih Meet." saiania. B:4S a.m. Ber'""" "Portion .n the Week." Bar By RABBI HERSHEL BOOKS Temple Zamora Certainly, I have heard the old axiom. "Never argue politics or religion." I even believe strongly in the fundamental principle Of separation of church and govCl nment In m> capacitv as a rabbi. I teach religion n although l do n< argue politics ii private or i p u b 11 c. Ilov ever, politics i not a (Inly word it is. in fact, th prerequisite o every good citi zen to be involv ed in politics, t know the issues and to be cor cerned about th< political prob loins affectRABBI BROOKS inthe nation, or the community. The rabbi as spiritual leader should be no less concerned about politics than any other citizen in the community. He should, in fact, be deeply concerned with what happens to the community Tins page is rre^rttl m COoberatiun with the Greater Miami RaMrinicdl Aaiociarion. Coordinator of feature* arpedrlwa t.r i it DR. MAX LIPSOHITZ spiritual leader 0/ BctJi Ton* Congregation 0/ Horth Miami Beui-li. and to the welfare of all people at all levels, bo it local, state or national. Religion means more than mere prayer and devotion. It involves also cultural, educational and soc-; ial welfare obligations. Isaiah called for universality in faith. Amos called for justice to all. Every major prophet and leader in Israel has described religion as an all encompassing way of life. The practical problems of a community and the ethical life of man ipart ol religion. The rabbi as a religious leader, as spokesman on life, has the dut) to -peal: out against Injustice, against immorality, and against platforms of any kind that ho may feel will lead to moral decay. This duty may draw the rabbi into areas which one politician would like to dominate completely. Practical justice should not be a pri vate domain—the politicians'. And j ;n areas concerning politics, man should use his own judgment, man should feel his own heart, and man should follow the dictates of I his own conscience. The rabbi takes his cue from the j j prophets of old. Elijah spoke up j against the practices associated with one pagan god, a Baal in his day. The Rabbi, as the prophet of old, may speak on the issues involving any political canidate, point out any lack of community concern or injustice in prevalent issues. The issues, and not the candidates, are the primary concern of ( the rabbi. Not as the prophet of] old who mentioned names of the leaders of injustice and immoral; ity, in most elections the rabbi should refrain from endorsing any SYNOPSIS Or THl TORAH PORTION SNABBAT VA-WZf This is the seventh Sidra of the Book ol Genesis (Bershit). After receiving, though deceitfully, the blessing of his father. Isaac and arousing the wrath of his brother. I'sau. Jacob is urged to journey to his uncle. I.aban. there to find refuge, as well as to find a helpmate among his own people. On his way to llaran. Jacob lay down to rest at a place where God appeared to him in a dream, promising to be with him and to give the land to him and his seed after him. Rising the next morning, Jacob lifted the stone on which he had slept, and set it up as a pillar He Called the place Beth-El, meaning "House of God," and vowed to serve Cod there when he returned to his father's house The Lord would be his God. In Haran. Jacob worked twenty yearas a shepherd for I.aban. Loving Rachel, he works for her an additional seven years, after being forced to marry her older sister. Leah. Perhaps the deceit perpetrated against his father. Isaac. and brother. Esau, has now boomer a nged and Jacob is punished in retribution. Nonetheless, both Leah. Rachel, as well ahis maid servants. BUhah and Zilpah, bore Jacob eleven sons and one daughter. At God's direction. Jacob returned home to his father's bouse, meeting the angels of God. This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted from "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage," edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. candidate: for if he does, he may be guilty ol influencing electors merely because he speaks from a House ot God and because of the respect duly given his position. Most of all. he becomes part of a political football game—he loses the special significance of his position, that of the teacher speaking out on moral issues. This, however, must be emphasized. The freedom of the pulpit must never be minimized, and the rabbi must be allowed to speak freely as his heart and conscience dictates. There can conceivably be situations where the I rabbi w ill feel impelled to go be: > mill a discussion of issues. 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?:ge 8-B &f knlsii ncrkHar 1 N trj or; pr> fol to he tin co be I hi tin de lul bj 't be de Friday, November la We the Women WOMAN OF THE WEEK Ruth Mrs Henry) Gewitz describes her-elf aan outgoing per-on with a big mouth.'" But otherha\e a much more descriptive phrase, "a delightful person with a big heart Aa cnild in Brooklyn, her litewas ffecirtedlj different: her father was an idealist and a dreamer. Their home v. afilled with music—her father had a ncl baritone voice, and her mother played the piano. Her parents were dedicated to the pur suit of education and humane causes. It was an ab.-oiute neci s:t> to j;o to the Metropolitan Museum and to attend all of the symphony concerts Reacting to the example of her parentRuth was president of Youn? Judaea at the age of \1 and pre>ident of Young I>rael at 16. American Jeui>h Congress, an OrphanHome in Poland ami the Anna Mandler Charity League, named for Ruth's mother and which is still in existence, were also part of her life. She went to Hunter and Brooklyn College, where she had a flair for decoratine. Fourteen years ago, she and Henry, with their two children. Libby and Michael, moved to Miami Beach. Michael made history at the Hebrew Academy where he was the youngest winner of the Optimist Oratorical Contest. Libby ino uMrs. Seymour Fiance, living in Merritt. NY. with her husband and family. Involved in the Islands Division of ORT. Hebrew Academy. Temple Emanu-El. a pink lady at Mt. Sinai. among other organization.-, over the years. Auth's activities have been many and varied. But her ravorite orgamzaticn is Ihe Sore Unit of the Papalicolaou Cancer Research Institute, of which she was one of the founders. Tragically, the lifeol her sister was cut off bv cancer at the age of 28. and Ruth has dedicated her.-e'f to helping others so sorely stricken She is now president of the Shore Unit for the second time, having been president four years a" Ruth is a sentimental person, liking people and rarely finding thai she Is disappointed in her opinion of them. She and Homy enjoy taking long drives, meeting people. observing them and forming opinions about them. Religion and tradition are part of their homelife. Her husband. Henry, is a> quiet and retiring as she is gregarious. They both enjoy music, and Henry plays the violin. An avid reader, Ruth reads at least four or live new books a week Relaxation mean.-, quietude for Ruth or a distinct change, like playing cards. She like< to have parties at home, carrying out a theme and creating the decorationand refreshments herself. To forge a place for yourself in the heart of the community makes life worthwhile, according to Ruth. Shecourts God's blessings and tries to share them with otherHe. calm voice vibrates as she talkabout her dedicated work with the Cancer Institute. Her philosophy is to he thankful every day you are ..live and make the most of it Wh;t a wonderful way of life for the girl with the bil heart turn Miss Stepner To Wed Doctor Dr and Mrs. A Lester Stepner, 2421 No. Bay Rd have announced the engagement of their daughter. Barb-n Ellen, to Dr Jack Skigen. The prospective bride groom is the ion of the late Mr and Mrs Joseph Skigen. ol Pittsburgh, Pa. A graduate of Miami Beach High, the future bride attended Syracuse University an.! gra ed from the Inner-.: nda. She is a member "f Theta Sigma Phi and Pi Sigm i \lpha. national honoraries. Dr Skigen receivi S d< jree, mm laude, and M\ egret in educi ol Pittsburgh. He earned himedical degree al Ihe university's >ch....I of Medicine He 1affiliated with Ph 1 Delia Bpsilon pr<> fessional fraternity ORT Chapters In Joint Affair At Surfside Bay Chapter. American Women's ORT. Joins Miami Beach After noon Chapter in a paid-up membership luncheon next Wednesday noon at Surfside Community Center. Same two chapters will observe ORT Sabbath on Friday evening. Nov. 20. at Temple Ner Tamid On Tuesday. Bay Chapter held a wig t'a-hioii show and buifet luncheon al the Monte Carlo Hotel. Medical Center Member Brunch Greater Miami Chapter. American Medical Center, is sponsoring a membership brunch and games party on Sunday noon at the DiLido Hotel A film <>n cancer will be shown. Chairmen are MrMae Moses ard Mrs. Herman Schoenfeld. The chapter aids cancer and tubercular patients at Jackson Memorial Hospital and sends those' who require care to the sanitorium in Denver. Mrs. Ncthnn H. Wadler. of Forest Hills. N.Y.. was elected to a t.vo-yecr term as president of the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewisii Conqreqations of America ct the orqanization's 41st annual national convention in New York City this week. Mrs. Wadler, an educator, writer and civic leader, is former chairman of the board of the National Association of Sis'erhoods of Orthodox Conqreqations of the United States and Canada. Beachites Attend Yeshiva Univ. Two Florida resident are menhers of the freeman class at Yeshiva College, the undergraduate uberal artand sciences college for men of Yeshiva University in New York City. They will pursue a dual program of Jewish learning and general studies leading to the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science de gree. The students are Bernard Lipman, of 1031 NE 178th Ter., No. Miami, and Sidney T. Strajcher. of 3047 Pairie Ave Miami Beach I" Births In Greater Miami First child. Meryl Iris, was born Ocl 30 to Sheila and Peter 1 7520 Buccaneer Dr. Grai Ipan nts Ere Mr and MrDavid ; he's assistant principal at Nauti !uJuni ir High—and Mr and MrHarry Fixler Godparents are Mr and Mrs Henry Fischler. aunt and uncle. Named liaison Officers Three doctorhave been named liaison officers to the Board of Trustees of Cedars ol Lebanon Hospital, it was announced thiv eek by Harry I. Lewi-, hospital president. ected were Drs ris ll Blau, Daniel o. Ham mond. and Raymond E Parks. Intermarriage To be Studied Topic for lecture and divS jM.Tue.sd,> ev.nin, ., Be h S| longreaation iin, r iv <" Can it SucceedIn,ern *M This i, tluthird i a a .1 of adult edection eeklv L, .1 led by Rabbi El.ez/r A £H1 9 p.m.. in Room 6 in *nJ£\\ ;V"h the Buiei Jfjl tion. *-oatt.| Classes in Hebre, „ n h els of advanc ,. "• %  Tuesday at 8 p "£ held at the same Urn. Manuel Lubel is chairman the Beth David \ Commute* Chase & Sanborn Radio Spectacular "The echo of for? itten lam ter" are the final %  n pj Allen's book. "Treadmill to obfe. ion." He used them t 0 clevcnlx what the eomedia:, show busine-s after years of work and aggravation. But the laughter, and the \,,. and situations which brought thr laughter, in the Golden Age o: radio, have not been for;ott They are stored away pecia! at 7:05 p.m. (EST on \\ IOD tinSunday. This unusual radio spectacular will recall the great "Chase I Sanborn Hours" of tV Thirties and Forties. Fred Allen. Don Ameche, Ethe Barry more. Major Boue-. EdaV Cantor. Nelson Eddy. U C Fields Clark Gable. Dorotln Lamou: Charles Laughton. Carole Lorn hard, Adolphe Menjou and Veil Teasdale. 0-,-den Nash. Raj' Noble. Jack Oakie. Margaret O'Brien Mary Pakford. Rosalind Russell James Stewart. Alec TempletOB, Rudy Vallee. Mae We-! d other-re among those to be heard. 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"Jewish Floridian Volume 37 — Number 46 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH MIKLY Miami. Florida, Friday, November 13. 1964 Two Sections — Price 20-r Day an Quits To Oppose Government TFL uiv %  IJTA' Moshe ,;„ .-.,, resigned as Agr.cul."!,. Uini'lcr, may lead an opagainst Premier ,k,,! within the Mapai Par[ fVCI newspapers predicted Thai : •sibility was raised in Iij iho tinnier Chiei "1 ,l"apai branch in which ... -non-identity" of the Premier was not .,.„ %  ;,.,, in state matters. He ..,,,1 he I not eye lo-eye with ,:, a variety of issues, ; MI economic to secur.j ,., [or. n affairs. Gen. Dayan ,"il c n in le as a member of Paras a member of the Map; i Sei retariat. Meanwhile, it was indicated that while Premier Eshkol maintained an optimtisic view about future struggles within the party, there were rumors that more resignations might develop among Mapai foes of plans for alignment with the left Achdut Avoc'a. Talks • been stalled for sev,i complex plan for li pene'ent Achdut faction In the lli-tadrut, Israel's Labor Federation as part of an agreement [or .i joint Mapal-Achdut slate n T Inin \i genera] elections. In .. related development, a meeting ol Mapai leai John H. Davis, another American who was commissioner-general for five years, indicated in his report that he is merely continuing the policies of his predecessor. However. his report differs from those of l,ipredecessor by laying considerable stress on the need to rectify the UNRWA relief rolls, known to contain Ihe names of many "refugees" who are dead and others ineligible for UNRWA relief. For the first time in the history of UNRWA, which started operating in 1900, the new chief told the Assembly he will file a supplementary report this year. Continued on P9* 16-A Dr. Lehrman Again to Head CJAppeal Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual' leader oi Temple Emanu-EI, chairman of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal, which went over the top in its campaign for SI.386,500, has i again accepted the task of heading a team of prominent common al and business leaders in the 1965 CJA drive Announcement of the acceptance by Rabbi Lehrman was made by Federation President Sidney Lefcourt at a meeting of the Fed oration Hoard of Governors on Tuesday evening. "The additional $100,000 received in the 1964 drive under Rabbi Lehrman'* leadership, has brought increased service to the community by Federation's agencies, a depletion of waiting lists for care and for counseling, and the addition of trained professional workers to facilitate better health and welfare services to a record number of people," declared Lefcourt in announcing Dr. Lehrman's acceptance of the post again. As campaign chairman. Rabbi Lehrman. ho serves as a vice president of the Federation, will head the second largest philanthropic campaign in the community which, through one appeal. -ervices over 40 agencies, meeting the needs of 25.000 people in the Greater Miami community and almost 500,000 men, women, and children around the world. "We are highly honored that Dr. Lehrman. whose dedication and devotion to humanitarian causes both at home and overseas played Continued on Page 4-A i



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wL r-,_-. in r^ge .4.-. rjmiit fkrkfiar Friday. Nover.be. 13 ^ UN listening Post: By SAUl CARSON Dag Hammarskjold And Martin Buber or %  % %  THE SURFACE, I (.'% %  of •Martin Euber. Ike it)' in J< be b -' General of the Tl HammarId had %  • t r< ipeet and an fy for Buber iA ell known here to tbose undent tbi 1 snd activitii of both : toted co| ;• b • tbe Je piulo phi .-. om< major addresses Hammai ikjold's en] cle r to toe world '.'.her: two le". e been dictated by bim %  da) he had tpenl a' L'nited NationHeadquarbefon be left tor tbe Congo—and inr death One of tho <• letter was to Butx other htammar.ck holm 1 %  .:;,. undertaking a I lion into Swi of Bubei 01 existent •: %  %  :•; %  • .... .... i n 1 Furthi I o that I : pafii last hecti life u hi 1 ..-Mi 20 to ti 1 I It 10 iomi ol us hen orit). 11 %  I, as a the Sv edish .v y. I inai i" 1 I % %  '.1 atin %  the franl ol the annual N bel Prize in I teral 1 to 1: iber. Thai ... I or thai translation into %  '•' d h in 1 other 11 ion works translated bj Hammarskjold into Swedish, so that his felnen be in the S edi h Acadamy could read 1 ea il) led to the av ard oi the Pn to the writer thus pinpointed b) Ham. jold, have in llammarskjold's own words the clearest ol statements on the spiritual parallel isi between the Swedish aristocrat, tor nearlj % %  yean thi Ument of global statesman "1 and Tho 1" and other I ced Martin Bubei in I front I the world • \oi only be" • relation h ; but also bi 1 ause the irp light on thrpersonality ol ai ikjold, the man abose L'N ai tions had nd imp ct on the Middle, East neral and on Israel Arab relations in'parti cular, it. seems important t'. take a good hard took at Hammarskjold—as revealed b) the man himThrough hidiary. Hammarskjold (hows that. like Buber, he combined the inner spirit of contemplation with man outer need for action. The Uvi of both men have been parallel. Buber. too. v.anever "merely" a philosopher From his %  r days in Germany to hi-, latter yearin Israel, Buber was also a man of action. The onlv difference between the two is this: in Super's case. li I '.it fend political work has been overshadowed b) hii status of philosopher; m Hammarskjold's in nee the itateiman's brilliance blinded nearly th %  lmt-n! %  • nt i niqui the 1 visit. The %  • ""! its n tin envoyol 13 Arab nati 1 ; '• %  -ngton offei I rident pen mal gue t, Mr Eshl The Hawk anti-aircraft missiles the Kennedy Administration be operational. Pre-ident Johnson issued that Israeli soldiers receive tbe proper train • i t Bliss Texas, in operating the mis He tat to it that Prime Mini-' ited Fts BUM and met the Israeli trair.ei A new relationship between Israel • merged during the Johns istratu ting confidence amor.. • act-, ai:assassination, was to request Myer f l and highrankin^ White ii • : sta) on and continue to perform :..ties including his role apersonal advisi 1 matterMl had much to do behind the -cene-. wits) • .::• •• Israel taken b> Pr< -. Sen. H itb 1 Soviet ti-Semitis On De I • ... 1 M • the K • • %  %  There %  • 1 • Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN If the Food is Bad, Try the Flowers is, FLOWERS AND FESTIVALS OF THE JEWISH YEAR. By Lillian S. Freehof and Lottie C. Bandman. 192 pp. New York: Hearthside Press, 1H E. 28th St $5.95. |T'S WOMAN'S DAY in this space I lis week. On hand • on beat book put together with obvious devotion b) Mrs Solomon B Freehof. wife of the rabbi of Rodel Shalom Tei pie in Pittsburgh, and Mrs Chester 1 B mj %  l % %  >~ hers. man of Dr. Freehof's modern iture class. Lillian Freehof .the author of b. and plays for children and a teachei and tran Braille, among othei gardenin ... lership •mplishmenU. The credentials, aone can see. are well in order, and the book is a marriage ol information on flower arrangement and Jewish holidays. The Jewish content itself while hardly unusual, is written with warmth and simplicity, the historical background blending with the mod era suggestions for celebration and decoration. Beside the Jewish holidays. Thanksgiving and marriage are included, and the floral suggestions range from home to hot.l to synagogue, from table to hallway to chuppah. Illustrated with 112 photographs, five color plates and U drawings, the floral arrangements are especially interesting when they make use of unusual containers or weave in the symbols of the holidays. Some of the Chanuka decorations had particular charm, and any of them would undoubtedly suggest even more ideas to the creative homemakcr. A final chapter on tho science of flower arranging gives basic shapes and materials, plus a number of hints. This chapter, in fact might well have been But the concern for beautifying the boli is certain!) a lovely one. and the bo;k will be inspii to many THE AROUND-THE-WORLD JEWISH COOKBOOK. By Erma Gold and Helen Stambler S50 pp. New York Ktav Publishing House, 65 Suffolk St. S4.95. This cookbook is for the true adventurer who's tir. of serving the same old Qanken. There are exotic marvelous re ipes here from all ovei the world %  every one habeen adapted to confirm to kashruth. S yaki, fish in preen herbs Brussels style, stuffed radish. or kasha varnitchkea, they're all here, plus mouth-watering others The type is big. and the double index. b\ categories and by countries makes the book easy to use If the recipes don't turn out right, you can always whip up a flower arrangement from (he other book and feast the soul instead. Man does no: live by bread alone, as >ome well fed fellow once said. By NATHAN ZIPRIN The Voice of the People Has Been Heard MOW THAT THE political campaign of !" merciless duration 1over, tbe %  Z3 country will gel a much-needed respite froml oratory, smear mediocrity, raucous I promi e and the turmoil tint is the! folkway of our national political con test. 1 The voice oi the people habeen heard and counted and nov. we can re •-** turn to the silence of cur hearths togf *V contemplate the wisdom of our secret. Surely there will be pondering during the long winter dayahead whether "" %  "alion bad Chosen Wisely. At the moment, however. the transcending thought must be that the moment ol decision is over and that the nation mu-t turn to its future. The campaign has been a bitter one with no holds barred, the issues blurred and candidates themselves etcnuigl in difference. But the people, as always, have been able to extricate themselves from the political debris and to come up with a winner, for themselves and for America Yet this mu-t be said too—the turmoil that marked the pre-election months was not alone of the making o| the candidates nor even of the barkers in the non-tooRVOry political kiosks. There u;.first the shadow 01 Khrushchev athwart the picture and, later, of the new masters Ol the Kremlin; trouble in the landof Africa and Asia; social and political unrest in Latin America fist-banging in Cuba; war drumming by a red China drunk on nuclear potions; portentous grumblings 111 the very heart of Europe.; and uncertainty 111 the directions -I many Ol the new nations. These, and the problems of an America adjusting itself to a new political, scientific and social climate, will I.IX the wisdom and the vision of our President but if he derives bis strength from the people, he will not fail t ailure in this critical juncture of our century can only mean catastrophe for our land, for the world for humankind everywhere. The grappler.s 111 our age it should be remembered, are not B Jacob and an angel We are u young and powerful country with radiant resources and moral perspective. Ciiven upright leadership, honest direction, purposeful path, respect for human dignity, dedicated vision and compas.-ionate outl'ok—we will not fail. The political campaign has engendered much bit t-rness and divisiveness in the land, but now that it is over, winner and loser must join in fervent prayer and hope that the President will not falter either at home or abroad. Between You and Mt: By BORIS SMOiAR Heroism Downgraded UIHEN YOU throughout TRAVEL now the length and %  width of Israel, you no longer hear Ipeople talking of the possibility of lArab attacks on the country. Nor %  do they boast—as they used to— lof how heroically they defeated I the Arabs at this or the other spot •in the country during the War ot _L._jLiberation. Todays talk by Israels deals mostly with development, construction and economic porgress. War memoirs in Israel are "ancient history" now; the spirit in the country is one of normal life and stability. Little attention is being paid by the average Israeli to Nasser's threats, although the Israeli Government is very much on the alert. 01 course, everybody in Israel realizes that the state of war between the Arab countries and Israel is far from being a matter of the past. However, the average Israeli citizen is quite confident that the government has the situation well in hand and can deal effectively with security emergencies should they arise. A lot of things have changed in Israel since the War of Liberation, and this too contributes to the decline of talks about heroism. Hundreds of thousands of Jews came into the country after the War of Liberation-among them many young people—and to them the heroic deeds in the fight with the Arabs immediately after the proclamation of the State of Israel is a distant event They live now in Israel, but they did not live through the war experiences and the hardships which the population suffered in the early months and even years of Israel's establishment



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|dJ November 13. 1964 *• Jew 1st fkrkiian Page 9-B %  • ; %  c/, A ;*., ; iArwiivialu yours. III III' rESTViEW Country Club held formal opening dinner .,. : i..v evening. Cock,.,,. a i eight and dinner rvcd in the main dining; ,, n ine. The affair was i black tie. all the women 'ore in elegant floor-length | ourl and -' profusion of fresh f,..,.decorated the club. Mrs. f! Meyer, whose husband is nt the club, was in a \, m jsecolored chiffon gown iih matching colored satin Irim. The bodice of her gown L as it It intertwining latin :lon MrMark Mathews* ensemble Rl j. n unite raw silk. Her ..' bad a finger-tip theatre lt which was fringed with roque pearls, and both her w. and coal were jeweled. A i tnattalasse in hot-house ,r as worn by Mrs. Julian [Ues. Her neckline went mi a high bateau in front t<> decollete back. Mrs. Leo IChaiken chose a yellow peau de skirt with an alcncon lace land satin bodice. A shell pink croi: ted n was worn by MrDavid Balogh. Iridescent pink sequins were worked into the gown which was in the .-heath -'>,. ctte Pfhite s.lk brocade was the rhoici ol Mrs. Saul Silberman. Her gown had a matching hiplength jacket, and the ensemble was embi -'Ted with crystal cavil r be %  'and crystal tear MrAlex Millers black silk broca •• teaturwl a high ing sheath An emerald green .-aim brocade with the Empire hue was the choice ol .Mrs. Steve Kneapler. Mrs. Sidney Gold bergs gown was made trom an Indian sari and was in white siik with gold lame' trim. loped eftect which ended at the waistline. Mrs. Sam Dormer's Chiffon gown was in ombre greens with a touch of gold. Draped in the Grecian manner, it featured plunging-V decolletage and a matching stole. Burgandy-colored chiffon was the choiee of Mrs. Larry Singer. Her strapless bodice was in velvet, and a matching chiffon stole completed her ensemble. An emerald green brocade with a matching hip-length, doublebreasted jacket was worn by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. Damn de Hirsch Meyer's white satin sheath was beaded in a horizontal pattern from the neckline to the hemline. Her matching full-length evening coal had modified bell-shaped sleeves embroidered in the same pattern as her gown. Mrs. Lester Russin topped her white satin skirt with a torso-length black bodice embroidered with satin sequins in a floral motif. Black chantilly lace over mauve satin created the overblouse worn by Mrs. Aaron Kravitz, featuring cowled neckline and reembroidered with jet beading, worn over a black peau de sole skirt. Mrs. William Singer's twopiece white silk crepe featured a draped bateau neckline and a wide silver beaded band at the hipline. Porcelain blue silk crepe was Mrs. Joseph Lipton'S choice for the party. It was a low cut. figure molding gown with vertically cascading leaves created by crystal caviar beads. sequins, and satin-lined bugle beads. Beth David Youth Plan for Future Miss Judy Schiff, president ot Beth David Chapter, Unksd Synagogue Youth, announces a regular meeting of the USY on Sunday evening, 7:lj p.m.. in Room 7. Plans will be formulated for future events of social and cultural interest to teenagers. .Mrs. Elsie Stiebel will review Ted Berkman's book. "Cast a Giant Shadow." M' MIAMI CHAPTER OF B NAI 8'RITH WOMEN lltvitei you to spend a wonderful THANKSGIVING WEEKEND at the luxurious MARTINIQUE HOTEL Ocean & 64th Street Check in any time FRIDAY NOV. 27; check out any time SUNDAY. NOV. 29. • 'OUR S'_ v PTUOUS MSALS • FS££ PARKING • FREE C-*:SE LOUNGES • MTE CLL3 E NTERTAINVSNT • COCKTA"_ PARTY SUNDAY All this for S1Q per Person 1 I'd person (14 %  double occ Chlldi '.nder 12. $f> For reservations coJ/ Betty Bircbansky HI 3-4763 W NE 49608 or HI 3-1916 |RS. AI Pallot's brocade was in muted orange and foliage green. Mer titled bodice was in green velvet with a flower, created <>f the brocade at the V plunge of her neckline. A white siik dynasty brocade from the Orient wa! worn by Mrs. Milton Coleman. Her straplesa sheath had a matching stole lined in shocking pink silk. Mrs. HarryLewis Chose an iridescent blue scquined gown with a low scooped neckline anil long sleeves. Black and white was the color combination ot Mrs. Irving Miller A heavily-beaded overblouse with crystal fringe was worn over a black satin skirt. Mrs. Herbert Horn's white satin was pencil slim with a hip-length jacket covered with gold and silver sequins in a scroll pattern. Mrs. William Weintraub's gown was custom-made for her in Europe, featuring a white satin sheath with the neckline cut high in front in a squared effect. Hand embroidered crystal caviar beadand seed pearlwere clustered in i floral pattern delicate-1 ly in the bodice and becoming fuller toward the hemline. A 1 white brocade sheath with a matching stole was the choice, ol Mrs. Charles Block. Shock! ing pink was the color accent ol her gown. Mrs. Harold Mesberg's emerald green satin gown and matching jacket were heavily beaded with crystals and tear drops. Sheer white with silk emider} was worn by Mrs. MornLomaskin. it was femininelytailored with a lace trimmed collar and short sleeves. I CE pink satin with godet Hares at the hem was selected by Mrs Jaimie GoWemberg. Her bodice was beaded with a sealneckline and was a figure-moldProject Cheer Launched Here By Women's Group Mental Health Society of Greatel Miami has launched Project Cheer under the auspices of its Woman's Club. 1737 No. Shore Dr.; services Purpose of the project is to cheer patients in Florida's mental hospitals with Christmas and Chanuka gilts. Heading up the Dade County \ group is Mrs. Leon Adler, who| has announced that Project Cheer j is approaching civic and service! groups here, as well as religious] organizations, to muster support i for the project in behalf of the j more than 11.000 patients being' treated in Florida's mental hospita Is. Gifts most needed include men's, caps, cigarette, tobacco pouches wallets, hair cream in squeeze! bottles, four-yard dress lengths. housecoats, housedresses, belts, blouses and shirt-, slacks, sweaters, shawls and bedroom slippers. These max be delivered to the I collection center at the Miami Woman's Club until Nov. 30. or volunteers will pick them up at your home. Rabbi Kronisfi of Convention Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Tem; pie Beth Sholom. is in Knoxville, Tenn., this week attending the biicnnial convention of the Union ol American Hebrew Congregations. Dr. Marius Ranson will be pulpit guest at tne temple for this weekend. Guest Rabbi At Beth Jacob Rabbi Ralael C. 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A nu oman s UJorU '"dfewiislti FlorMfiflm .4iami, Florida, Friday, November 13, 1964 Section B BB Women Plan Varied Functions Ronnie Wycke enjoys his new plastic airp'.ane in the Tots' Playroom at Variety Children's Hospital where Mrs. Norton • %  allot left) and Mrs. Robert H. Traung 'right), members cf 5u in League, work as volunteers, fheir organization re. donated $7,000 to the hospital for 'he caie of two cancer Miami Beach Council, B'nai B'rith Women, Mrs, Max Kern president, v ill hold the following schedule of meetings Chai Chapter is having a getacquainted social evening follow-) od by cards and refreshments on 1 Tuesday, s p.m., at the Deauville Hotel. President Mrs. Ruth Cor (v will conduct a horl business meeting. Freedom Chapter will inert on Thursday. \ p.m No\ 19, at the Surfside Community Center. Mrs Harold Dutkin, president, will include plans for t lie chapter's luncheon on Dec. 10 .ii the Westview Countn Club on the agenda. Harmony Chapter will hold a meeting conducted by President Mrs. Jack Dernis on Monday, Nov. .'3. 8 p.m.. at Chase Federal, 41st it. and Sheridan Ave. Program highlight will he a Chanuka festival and refreshments. On Sunday, itarting at ."> p.m., in Temple Ner Tamid's Sklar Au ditorium, the chapter will hold a County Fair Special features will be make-up demonstration by Conni Gordon, a home-made cake -ale. games, prizeand refreshments, Hatikvah Chapter meeting on Tuesday, l p.m., at Morton Towers Restaurant will be preceded by eel fee and cake. President Mrs. Cecils G. Kluger will present Ilerzl Honor, who will review ""• ie Deputy." %  Mrs Sally Fisher, president, will conduct a short business meet ing Of Miaimi Beach Chapter 'i Tuesday, 12:30 p.m., at the De \il itHotel. Program will feati an address by Mrs. Jean Feldman. chapter consultant, a Cham party, entertainment and e lements. North Shore Chapter will h 'apt l.e i i Gardner as guest spi i i at a meetinng on Monday, i p m at the Deauville Hotel I Cardi er is one ol the origii group of pilots who flew displaced persons from Europe to Isri Mrs. Bctf\ Teitelbaum ipresident of the chapter. Mrs. Melvin Rosenbaum, Mrs. David Alterman. Mrs. Albert Beer and Mrs. George Laskin make plans lor 'he observance of Jewish Book Month at Beth David Sisterhood's regular %  neeting on Nov. 18. Tall lovely and sixteen. Mam i be honored on her birtha b> lur parents. Mr. and Mrs. \ Unger, 7509 Treasure Isat a luncheon Sunday at 1 iu\ Die Hotel Carrying • blue eolor of the parly. Miss Unger will wear a turquoise sheath topped by less eoat in a deeper and matching accessories Gut ts. ::;, ot Maureen's pran [parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Thurston, Mr. and Emar.uel Unger and other members and friends ol the tarnil he entertained, by a cian A native horn ian. teen-ager Maureen is at Miami Beach High, "" -'> %  • 11 ; t in the school or chestra and actively participates "i the athletic program MMMN SHAIN SABEL GRCVE She is also studying the piano Celebrating ."•(' years of marriage, Samuel Davis and his wile, ot the Morton Towers, guaranteed that others would benefit from their happiness by endowing a patient room at Cedars oi Lebanon En route to supen ise installation "i n special 400-ft. tower, designed by his company, at ;i government site, Bernard Zipp, ol California, spi nt the weekend at the southwest home ol Edith and Monroe Zipp. Surprise birthday party last Sunday nlsht at Les Violins lor Bill Weintraub planned by wife Miriam and the children • • About L'ii other relatives gathered round to sing the traditional "Happy Birthday to You." Dr, Sanlord and Helene Ziff reluctantly turned down a giltedged invitation extended by her uncle. Milton Reynolds, the "Ball Point" king, to come to an Ambassador's reception in Mexico City %  • Seems niece. Marcia, daughter oi the Gerald Klugermans, was celebrating her Bas Mit/vali last Saturday, and the south ol the border shindig, alas, fell the day before Reception vas in honor ol Ambassador and Mrs, Nervo, recently elected a Judge ol the International Court at The Hague. Snow birds from the north heContinued on Page 5-B That's right, super Farahcron," polyester .otton, is guaranteed wrinkle-free, even after washing! They're grc.it looking, too styled the way boys like: traditional belt loop %  nodel in light olive, ivy beige or black. 25' to 32" waist in the group. young men'i fourth tlooi DOWNTOWN MIAMI (ai all 6 Burd.ne's sioirsl li*



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riday ..-ovember 13. 1964 +Mnist> Hcr/dtiam Page 3-A fiuncil of Jewish Federations Launches Assembly man Safran. of Detroit, and Irving Kane, of Cleveland, called upon more than l.ooo delegates to irexamine the quality, impact and jyturc^ direction ol these services underscored ,,i terms of the lundamental pur wo distinguishpi ses federations wish to serve Special Report _Th.' need to relate services more closely cultural, economic botd aj, Jw> n community leaders at „l the 33rd General Council of Jewa n d Welfare Assembly theme, o£ federations to, oi the time. Hy%  By fa U Iniimii'--. change him--'%  \ : %  Fee.-. laced with sharply increased philanthropic responsibilities which must be met in order to •vercome problems created by: •Continued a n d anticipated large-scale immigration i> Israel. • A massive backlog of unabsorbed ar.d deprived immigrants now residing in Israel and France. • The mounting educational needof (lisadvantaged Israeli children coming from Asian and African countries. To meet these and other commitment-, the delegation concludes that the Council should provide more technical help to Israel and to the organized Jewish communities of Europe, he reported Such action will help them to do much more to help themselves. he obsen ed. Commenting on the mass influx coming to Israel each year, Kane reported that immigration continues to represent the first priorty and the largest -ingle budgetary item in American and I' 'Sell aid Because the future flow of immigrants is unpredictable, and may increase or decrease substantially, Kane asserted that Jewish communities ought to prepare for various alternatives. He therefore recommended that overseas agencies together with federations "prepare for not iust a year ahead, but for a decade ahead—for basic changes in priorities and programs in American Jewish aid." "This planning." he said, should be done now. even while \c deal with the mass immigration that ireal, and before basic rhangea are actually at our doorstep." while Israel has housed and proided employment for most of the '.200.000 immigrants who have come into the country since 1948, Kane pointed out that 200,000 still remain to be integrated into the economy. These people are on relief, or work relief, and represent a vast and critical welfare problem, he said The delegation. Kane -aid. waparticularly concerned about the "unabsorbed" to per cent of Israel's population, and it has recommended that the Council provide American technical assistance and expert personnel to help obtain necessary data on the specific needs of these people. "Much of this information in currently lacking, and Israel cannot develop effective programs to get these individuals into productive and self-sufficient roles until such information is available he said. Louis Stern. CJ'FWF president. addressed the National Committee on Leadership Development. Mis talk on "The Responsibility ot the Young Leader in the Jewish Community" amplified the keynote address, focusing on major issues which confront the Jews of America. In additoin. the delegates participated in a series of workshops on the relevancy of federationto Planning and Population. /T OTARION HEARING AIDS I.DO'r All Motet WHILE YOU WAIT • off.rl., and M.lcfl Imperial Hearing Aid Co. S4N.E. 2nd Ave. 377-1022 TERMS TRADES RAT PROOFING A Specialty REGULAR PfST C0NTR01 FOR THE HOME AND BUSINESS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. 1 HOOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR CONN let us repair it or apply o new one. For free estimate phone: ^V ACME • ^ HOOFING JA co. *T 685-1952 Dade Federal Savings is One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest ...so what does that mean to me? Age and size isn't everything, of course. But, along with it goes experience, knowledge of the area it serves including its business and its people, and... customer concern. So, when it comes to insured, profitable savings programs or low cost home financing... you can depend on Dade Federal. 6 Cmiiiut Officis Sirvi Did* CtMty Main office: 101 bit Flagler St. / Allapattah Branch: 1400 N.W. 36th St / North Miami Branch: 12600 N.W. 7th Ave. Tamiami Branch: 1901 S.W. 8th St. / Ktndall Branch: U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th St. / Edison Center Branch: 5800 N.W. 7th Avt. j._