The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH 1HUTY ond THE JEWISH WEEKLY
[VohuB* 33 Number 40
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 30, 1960
Two Sections Price 20*
FACTS BEHIND LONGSTANDING COVENANT REVEALED HERE
Restriction Against Jews Uncovered in Bal Harbour Deeds
If you have more than one-
fourth Hebrew blood, you'd bet-
ter not try to buy a home in Bal
Harbour. Persons with less than
that quantity are considerably
"luckier." They may be able to
become a resident of one of
Greater Miami's posh districts
along the Gold Coast.
The facts behind this long-time
and long-known restriction have
now been revealed.
Brought to light are severe re-
strictive covenants against Jews,
which occupy two clauses in war-
ranty deeds issued for property in
the Bal Harbour Residential Sec-
tion, with one other spelling out
the duration of the covenants, and
a fourth binding the purchaser
or seller to maintain the restric-
tion by a neat circumlocution that
leaves the Village of Bal Harbour
free to renounce its sanction of
the practice.
Bal Harbour Village extends
from 96th st. up to and including
the Haulover Bridge on U.S. A1A,
from the Atlantic to the bay. Left
out of the restriction against Jews
is swank Collins ave., with its
many oceanfront hotels, some
.lewi.eh-owried, and most welcom-
ing Jewish guests. A few of these
hotels have been restricted in the
past or else change their policies
with changing ownership. Several
still maintain restricted clientele
regulations today.
Claws* 2 of the Warranty Deed:
Bal Harbour Residential Section
reads: "Ownership. No lot, nor
any part thereof, nor any other
portion of the property shown on
Continued on Page 7-A
HAH SHEET WIDELY DISTRIBUTED
New Orleans Flooded
With 'Common Sense'
NEW ORLEANS (JTA) New Orleans has been flooded with
ipies of Common Sense, a periodical which has been authoritatively
escribed as "the most obscenely anti-Semitic publication in the
fountry."
Conde McGinley, the publisher,*-----------------------:-------------------------
allowed on his second class per- shipped by truck to the Arkansas
it to send an amount equal to ten, .. .. .. ,. _.
rcent of the publication's paid g and dls,"buted. S.nce then,
bscribers to non-subscribers. Be-1 *henever ,a sou hern city faces a
use Common Sense has a bulk j df e*r,eat,on s.tuat.on, it is flood-
te permit, there was no postmark |ed Wlln c0P'es
f MflMaV EISENNOWU
... "excellent roppert"
the copies sent here to business
en and civic leaders and no in
ration of the source.
The Anti Defamation League
tice h r e reported receiving
lerous complaints and that
matter ha* been referred to
st.I authorities, the U.S. At-
General's office in Wash-
and the U.S. Attorney In
Orleans for investigation of
ssible postal regulations in-
ractions.
I Irwin Schulman, director of the
IDL office here, said that prior
the Supreme Court school de-
egregation decision, the periodical
|ad no market in the South.
During the Little Rock school
risis, thousands of copies were
Ike Reported 'Impressed'
With Arab Republic
UBEIS STRIKE
36 Wounded
On Holy Day
ALGIERS (JTA) Thirty-six
Jews were seriously wounded last
veekend at Constantine, when a
hand grenade exploded among the
JEWISH If AMIS CAU ON PKHIKNT MG f-A
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
NEW YORKUnited States government sources said Tuesday that
President Eisenhower was "favorably impressed" by President Gamal
Abdel Nasser, but these sources expressed doubt that the two leaders
achieved a solution of the Suez Canal transit impasse.
These sources said the Suez+-------------------------------------------------
blockade, was extremely compli-
cated because of Nasser's stand
linking it with resettlement of Arab
refugees and other issues. It was
indicated, however, that Mr. Eisen-
hower included the Suez item on
the agenda, when the two leaders
met for the first time Monday in
New York.
Mr. Eisenhower later told his
associates that he had achieved
Mn "excellent rapport" with Mr.
Nasser, who invited him to come
to the United Arab Republic as
a guest of honor before or after
Jan. 20 when his term expires.
Mr. Eisenhower expressed appre
Jewish Agency
Ties Examined
Continued on Pag* 2-A
JTA-By Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEM-The Cabinet dis-
cussed Monday methods of cooper-
ation between the Government and
lie Jewish Agency, and approved
! recommendations of a subcommit-
tee of the Government-Agency Co-
ordinating Board.
The Coordinating Board, com
worshipers leaving the city's prin- j ciation for the invitation and told j prisjng an equal number of repre
fcupal synagogue after services on Mr. Nasser he regretted not having j sentatives of the Government and
tie second night of Rosh Hashona. | stopped in Cairo last December, ,ne Agency, will meet regularly
ss a result, the entire Jewish pop-!during his Asian goodwill visit. jonce every two months to discuss
llation in Algeria feels insecure, Mr. Eisenhower was described as ; problems within the framework of
tearing further attacks from the i appreciative of Nasser's attitude'
the movement of anti-French | toward Dag Hammarskjoid
Ugerian rebels.
The FLN appealed publicly to
j Algerian Jews several months
ago for support in its "fight for
warning that, H
that support wore not given, Al-
I gerian Jews would "suffer the
| consequences." There have been
j sporadic bombings and tossing of
| hand grenades against Jewish
hero the last few months,
[ but Thursday night's incident at
Constantine was the moot severe
by Algerian Jewry to
I dote.
The worshipers were leaving the
Continued on Page 6-A
Won't Accept
Palestine Loss,
Nasser Tells UN
UAK DICTA TO* MEETS MID-IAST UADEIS PAGE 5-A
SAUDI MASTS 'FAUSTINr' ACTION MCE f-A
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
UNITED NATIONSPresident Nasser, of the United Arab Republic,
Tuesday charged that the United Nations had "forgotten its Charter and
disregarded its responsibilities toward the rights of the people of Pales-
tine." aso. voteoo thia charge m addressing the Tuesday morning ses-
sion of the UN General Assembly.
Mr. Nasser called for "the res-
toration of the full rights of the
people of Palestine" without men-
tioning Israel by name during his
entire speech. He said that the
Arabs did not accept "the loss of
Palestine."
The Palestine Mandate of the
League of Nations, which pledged
the establishment of a Jewish na-
tional home in Palestine, was *n
"imperialist censpirac y," he
said.
"The Arab nation," he declared,
"does not accept the geographic
division imposed by imperialism"
on Palestine. The only solution of
the Palestine problem he said was
lhat the land "should return to the
condition prevailing before the er-
ror was committed."
Speaking in Arabic, Nasser tol('+
the General Assembly that his gov
ernment was "ready to accept the
UN Charter and its principles, the
resolutions of the United Nations,
and its recommendations for a just
settlement with the best of good
will."
He gave no indication as to whe-
ther he would agree to carry out
the UN Security Council resolution
GAMAL NASStK
. imperialist rfivisiea
Gurion, Lavon
In Tete-a-Tete
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEM Prime Minister
toVeptAelueztVnaropen7or*theDavid B*n-Gurion and Pinhas La
passage of ships of all nations, in-
cluding Israel's.
Nikita Snubs Golda Meir at Opener
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Smiling and evidently full of con-
fidence, Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, arrived here this
week before the opening of the 15th session of the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly. She declined to make any comment about the Assembly
session.
As Mrs. Meir arrived at the cor-
ridor leading to the Assembly
floor, the first delegation to greet
her with evident heartiness
that of Ghana, led by that African!
republic's Minister of Transport
and Communications, Krobo Edu
sei. Many other representatives of
African and Asian and European
slates surrounded Mrs. Meir to wcl-
WM come her to the Assembly.
Prime Minister Khrushchev, of
the Soviet Union, ignored the Is-
raeli delegate on the floor of
the General Assembly when,
twice, ho virtually brushed by
Mrs. Meir who was sitting on the
isle seat as the head of Is-
rael's delegation.
After holding court at the desk
of the Soviet delegation for nearly was, reportedly
30 minutes, shaking hands a n d newlv revealed
von. secretary general of the His-
tadrut, Israels' Labor Federation,
met for 90 minutes Monday night
to discuss the Prime Minister's
decision to name a committee to
reopen an investigation into an in-
cident which forced Lavon to re-
1 sign as Minister of Defense five
years ago.
At that time, a two-man conimit-
i tee investigated the incident and its
findings, which were not disclosed,
forced Lavon's resignation despite
his protests that he was not respon-
. sible for the situation.
The decision to reopen the case
based on some
information sun-
greeting many delegates who came &**"1* that sme of the testimony
given in the 1955 investigation was
Continued on Page 10-A
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Jew IstifhrkUan
Page 3-A
rol Nidre Ushers in Yom Kippur Friday Eveninq
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Itions of the liturgy.
pning and Saturday. The observance begins at sundown Friday with
chanting of the traditional Kol Nidre. Services Saturday will in-
musical portions of the liturgy.
Beth Ripahel Congregation, 139
;v,"lm"":T^,;".M--n'' <" nw ,.r;,7^?5
ly Days close at Neilah Saturday
ernoon. But the season con-
ies through the Festival of Suk-
which will be launched Wed-
iay evening, Oct. 5.
temple Adth Yoshurun, 2320
171st st., will hold Yom Kip-
services Friday at 5:55 p.m.,1
kinning with Kol Nidre. Rabbi
[ah Caplan officiates, and will
ich on "A Goal for the New'
lr." Saturday morning services
at 8:30 a.m. Yizkor will be at'
CANDIHIGHTING 17ME
9 Tiahri 5:54 pan.
pur services Friday at 6 .m., with
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor
j David Conviser will officiate and
| render the liturgy at Yom Kippur
Saturday services are at 9 a.m. services of Tempi. Both Sholom.
Sermon wil be "Z-chor Remem-14144 Chase ave., which open with
ber.' Yizkor memorial follows. Kol Nidre Friday 7 p.m. Sermon
Neilah is at 4 p.m. \wl]\ De 'Our Destiny as Children of
Rabbi Isaac Ever will offlciate'G d Saturdav services are at
9:45 a.m. Sermon will be "Our
a.m. Special children's service bi Tibor Stern officiates, and will
K 3 p.m. i Pleach on "The Night of Decision."
Abesh Perl. Neilah will be at 5 p.m.
Rabbi Bernard Shoter will offi-
ciate at Yom Kippur services Fri-
day, with the chanting of Kor
Nidre 5:30 p.m.. in FUgUr-Granoda
ervices are i Jewhh Community Center, 50 NW
SwVJr,* C""rB^sSSoV?wK^hMemoriesWe "*JS ^T 52 be "The Value
NW 183rd st, services com- cherish" Yizkor is at 12 noon of Llv,n8 Saturday services are
ice at 5:45 p.m., with Mincha. Neil.h wil te ,t 5 d m Cantor at 8 am' Sermon is "Preparation
I Nidre will be at 6 p.m. Sermon 5e m,^? renderT themus!for Ufe" Yizkor wil1 b* 330
S/mphony of Joy.' Cantor *' 6:15 p.m.
nuel Mindel chants the lit- At Tifereth Israel Northside Con-' Beth Israel Conareoation 711
Saturday services are at 9 *'. 6500 N. Miami ave. Yom Kip-,40th st., will hold Kol Nidre serv-
Sermon is scheduled as "Sym- Pur eve services are scheduled to, jces Fridav at V4T nm Satnrrfav
j of Sorrow." Yizkor will be begin .1,6 p.m. Rabbi Nathan Zwit- at 8 a 'm to
1 a.m. ,m officiate. Sermon willi tow* by Yizkor. Sermon is "T^e
bbi Eugene Labovitz will of- r,he ,Vous *e Fai1 \ F"lfl11- iTorah Synagogue and the Twenti-
e at Yom Kippur services Fri- Saturday sen-ices are at 8:30 a.m.|eth Century." Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
at Temple Nar T.mid, 80th st. Ylzkor .memorla'ls f U am/ Serlman is spiritual leader.
Tatum.Waterway. Kol Nidre is J J* JVPtTanto < Nidre will be chanted at
p.m. Saturday services are at '".?",,'. c^5:45 p.m. on Fridav in Kn.th
... with Yizkor scheduled for A,bfrt Glantz renders the eilah wil. be at 5 p.m. Cantor Pr"on* f th* *. l^RSM^MLehSod officf-
el Gomberg renders the mus- Temple Tifereth Jacob, 951 Fla-ates, with Cantor Abraham Self
portions of the liturgy. | mingo Way. Hialeah, will launch rendering the musical portions of
pie Menoreh, 620 75th st.,'the Yom Kippur observance with,the liturgy. Sermon is scheduled
hold Yom Kippur services Ko1 Ndre services Friday at 6 as "The Big Catch." Saturday
y at 6 p.m., with the chant- P-m- Rabbi Leo Heim will preach services are at 7:30 a.m. Sermon
I the Kol Nidre. Rabbi Mayer on "Our Persistent Failures." Sat- will be "Why the Evil Decree?"
mowitz wfll officiate and ""lay services are at 8:30 a.m.:Yizkor memorial is at 11 a.m.
h on "Sacred Life." Yom Kip- Sermon will be "How Can We Out-j Hebrew Academy 918 6th st
ervices resume Saturday at w't Death?" Yizkor is at 10:30 will mark the Yom'Kippur obser-
Sermon is "Fasting and a.m. Cantor Samuel Levme renders
the chanting of Kol Nidre. Rabbi !at Yom Klppur ervices of Agudoth
Murray Alstet officiates and his i H#br#w bwHtute, 7801 Carlyle ave.,
sermon will be "The Story of Kol;on Fr,dav at 5:30 P-m- Sermon is
Nidre." Saturday services are at'"A Day of Reconciliation." Satur-
118 a.m. Yizkor will be at 11:30 a.m.
I Sermon is "If a Man Dies Shall He
Live again?" Rendering the lit-,
urgy are Cantor Moshe Weiss and Parted Peace." Cantor Abraham
Strassfeld renders the musical por-
day services are at 8 a.m., with
Yizkor memorial following at 11:30
a.m. Sermon will be "They De-
ny as Custodians of Tomor-
row." Yizkor memorial is sched-
uled for 4 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will
discuss "Our Destiny as Mortals."
Children's service is Saturday,
2 p.m.
Kol Nidre opens the Yom Kippur
Continued on Page 13-A
ping." Yizkor memorial fol-
1 Neilah will be at 5 p.m. Can-
Iward Klein chants the lit-
>i Morton Malavsky will of-
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Junior services are at 10 a.m.
ance with Kol Nidre services Fri-
day at 6 p.m. Saturday services are
at 7:30 a.m. Sermon by Rabbi
Yom Kippur services will open' Alexander Gross will be "The
with the Kol Nidre prayer at 6:30 Eternity of the Jew." Yizkor me-
p.m at Congregation Y e h ud a h morial is at 10:30 a.m.
when the Israelite Center Mothe, 13630 W. Dixie hwy., on Rabbi Maurice Klein will offici-
es the Yom Kipper observ-, Friday. Rabbi Sheldon H. Stein- ale at Yom Kippur services of
,t 5:45 p.m. at 3175 SW 25thjmetz officiates with Cantor Maur- Southwest Jewish Center, 6438 SW
' Nidre services wil be fol- ice Neu, rendering the musical por- 8th st., on Friday, 6 p.m. Sermon
by a sermon on "The Light Itions of the liturgy. Sermon will i is "This is Your Life Israel." Sat-
ness." Saturday services are
l.m. Sermon will be "At One-
fwith God and With Our Be-
Departed." Yizkor is sched-
for 11:30 a.m. Cantor Louis
renders the musical portions
liturgy.
Jacob Congregation, 311
Ington ave., will hold Kol Ni-
rrvices Friday at 6 p.m. Rab-
be "Symphony of Sorrow." Satur- urday services will be at 8 a.m.
day services are at 8:30 a.m. Yiz! Sermon is "Things to Remember."
kor memorial is at 10:30 a.m. j Yizkor memorial follows at 11 a.m.
At Miami Hebrew Congregation, Beth El Congregation, 500 SW
1101 SW 12th ave., Yom Kippur 17tn ave., wiU hold Yom Kippur
services begin at 5:45 p.m. Guest! services Friday, with the chanting
Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiates. f Ne Kol Nidre at 6 p.m. Rabbi
Saturday services will be at 7:30 Solomon Schiff preaches on "The
a.m. Sermon is "Topic: Repent-
ance." Yizkor will be at 11:20
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Serve to Memorialize."
Temple B'rui Shalom, 16800 NW
22nd ave., Opa-locka, will hold Kol
Nidre services, launching Yom Kip-
pur, on Friday at 6 p.m. Sermon is
"Are We Masters of Our Fate?"
Cantor Seymour Hinkes renders
the musical portions of the liturgy.
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Page 5-A
Nasser Meets Mid-East Chiefs on Arrival Here
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Carnal Abdel Nasser, President of
the United Arab Republic, here to
lead his country's delegation to the
General Assembly, conferred in
New York Monday with President
Dwight D. Eisenhower,
Col. Nasser, who arrived at In-
ternational Airport at IdlewiM Fri-
day for his first visit to the United
States, spent the weekend conler-
ring with other heads of govern-
ment. Sunday he met with the So-
viet Union's Prime Minister, Nikita
S. Khrushchev, at the latter's Long
Island weekend retreat. He had a
talk with Marshal Tito. President
of Yugoslavia; conferred with Leb-
anon's Premier Saeb Salaam; talk-
ed with Ghana's President Kwame
Nkrumah; met Dr. Nkrumah again
Sunday at lunch; held a parley with
Cuba's Prime Minister Fidel Cas-
tro; and met with the Deputy
Prime Minister of Afghanistan.
Monday, Col. Nasser was to meet,
in addition to President Eisen-
hower, also with Jawaharlal Nehru.
Prime Minister of India. Later this
week, he will confer with Presiden:
Sukarno of Indonesia.
Mr. Nehru arrived frem India
Sunday. President Sukarno is
coming to the United Nation*
this week. Another head of state
will join the summit issembleoe
this weak. King Hussein of Jor-
tien. Ha will be accompanied by
Prim* Minister Bahjit Talnouni,
wSo succeeded the assassinated
Premier Hezxa Majali, whose
Math was blamed by King Hus-
sein on a plot engineered by the
UAR. King Hussein's party will
also include the Jordanian For-
eign Minister, Mini Nasar, as
well as other officials and mili-
tary aides.
No details of the Nasser-Khrush-
chev talks were revealed by the
spokesmen for either of the states
men. A spokesman for Col. Nasser
said only that the UAR President
will "say everything he has to say.
when he addresses the General
Assembly." The UAR leader was
expected to address the Assembly
either Tuesday or Wednesday. One
report from Khrushchev's Long Is-
land estate quoted the Soviet lead-
er as saying, after Col. Nasser had
departed, that the UAR leader
"stands on the side of the U.S. and
! the rest of the-Western world.''
Aside from the New York City
and State Department security ar-
rangements for guarding President
Nasser arrangements that New
York has been taking in its stride
(during the past week, as heads of
state from all over the world con-
gregates for the UN Assembly ses-
sionthere was no noticeable ex-
citement surrounding the visit of
.he UAR President.
Official communiques issued fol-
lowing Col. Nasser's meetings with
Presidents Tito and Nkrumah
avoided mentioning any of the spe-
:ific issues that may have been dis-
cussed at the meetings. A joint
ommunique issued by the spoxes-
nen for Presidents Nasser and Tito
nentioned only that they found "a
similarity of views with regard to
he importance of topical interna-
ional problems."
After Col. Nasser's first matt-
ing with President Nkrumah, a
communique stated that "the two
Presidents discussed matters of
mutual concern, including those
of concern to Africa.' The com-
munique added that some of the
matters discussed are issues that
will be taken up by the UN Gen-
eral Assembly.
Arab delegates here including
representatives of the United Arab
Republiccomplained to the dele-
gation from Ghana about remarks
made in the Assembly last week-
end by President Nkrumah. They
were reportedly annoyed because
Dr. Nkrumah had hinted that it
was time the Arab states recog-
nised Israel as a political "reality."
Dr. Nkrumah, in his formal ad-
| dress to the Assembly, touched
; pointedly on the Middle East situa-
I tion in general and, specifically, on
I the Arab-Israel disputes. After
proposing that the UN set up a spe-
cial study concerned with Middle
East petroleum production, and ex-
pressing the view that the develop-
ment of nuclear and ballistic wea-
pons has minimized "the impor-
tance of the Middle East as a base
for any struggle for the mastery
of the world," President Nkrumah
declared:
"Nevertheless, oven when this
clash of economic interests had
been resolved, there will still re-
main the burning issue of Arab-
Israel relations in the Middle
East. This is one of the thorniest
problems facing this World Or-
ganisation today and, unless a
permanent and realistic solution
the political realities there. In the
light of this, I submit that the Uni-
ted Nations should set up a com-
mittee to study and evolve a ma-
chinery in which it will be impos-
sible for Israel to attack the Arab
states and for the Arab states to
is found, the danger of it* devel-
oping into an armed conflict still
remain*,"
"The solution of the Middle East !*"* irae!' ,andKfor sme. T f
..-,., arrangement to be made to keep
question. President Nkrumah con- ,he cold war out of the Middle
tinued, "lies in the recognition of East."
Chairmen Named for Rose Dinner
Charles Fruchtman and Jack S.
Popick have been named chair-
men for the Temple E manu El
<.inner tribute to Miami Beach res-
ident Joseph Rose on Sunday, Oct.
9, in the Fontaine room of the Fon-
tainebleau hotel.
The dinner dance has been
planned in honor of Rose for his
"outstanding service to the com-
munity, the State of Israel, and
Israel Bonds." He is the outgoing
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Spaet to Seek New Beach Seat On Metro Body
Harc'.d B. Spaet. Miami Beach chapter. He 15 also a trustee af Mt
Jewish cum- Sinai Hospital,
leader, has announced his ^^f, ^ m a v o r -of Miami
y for the ewty^reared Mi- B - penence as a public official far the
- 18 rears aod his knowledge
Miami Beach is ectitled to a sec j< tie area s problems would be
at an the Commission as a prime assets for serrinc oa the
of the 19tO census, coaaaammmh.
**H w*M be my aha
mm HAetro as
tended to establish are*
* ~r>e>~*. a 9M e** *efl
ne*jl-k and Kmmul way.*
he said.
Spaet is past presideat of Temple
of the Greater Mara: J
the Jewish Berne for the
:.--<: ananiaaj ami chair
ncf tat board of the American
."osamsttee. Greater Miami
move iota the prendeacy of the
organuauoa this fall. He is immed-
iate past president of the Dade
Lea-roe of Ifaaicipalities.
An attorney Spaet has been a
resident of Dade county since 1832
He as Associate Municipal Judge
of Miami Beach in 1942. and has
been active ia the political and
civic Lie of the community ever
Resume: Rehearsal
strive
as it
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waters of the Miaau Beach Ceaa-
mc- :y Singers were to resume
the-.* regular rehearsals oa Thurs-
day evening in the PaBette room
at* the Miami Beach Recreaiaaa
Center. Ben Yosaea. director, said
that ail stagers are invited to the
7.30 pjB. funcuon mhieh opens the
5 eighth consecutive
-! .!! strive for managerial'
has worked so
Beach
la a commissioner. I
n a legislative capacity oary
and leave the administration of
Metro where it belong! vita the
county manager.' Spaet declared
N in his liijhlh year oa the Mi-
am: Beach City Council Spaet is
also f--^ v presideat of the Flor-
ida Leagae of Municipalities a
group composed of public official*
of 330 ctties ia the state. He will
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Dwrinf his eight years an the
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serving in 1*53-55 and from 1*57
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Among Spaet'- civic interests are
the Miami Beach Bar Assn.. of
which he was president 1953^4
and Elks, of which he was exalted
ruler. Miami Beach Lodge, and
vice, president of the State Elks
Assn. He is also a director of the
National Children's Cardiac Hospi-
tal in Miami.
Spaet and his wife. Sally, have
two children. Carolyn. 15. and Har-
old W 16 Both are students at
Miami Beach High School.
Eichmann Story
Due Over WTVJ
E.chmann Engineer of Death."
will be shown oa the Armstrong
Circle Theatre over television sta-
tion WTVJ eh. 4.
The program will be seen
Wednesday. Oct 12. at 10 p.m.
Written by Dale Washerman, the
story will trace The rise of Eich-
mann through the rungs of t h e
Hitlenan hierachy until he stood
in the position of granting life or
death to all the Jews of Germany
and the other countries under the
Nan heel.
Frederick Bolf will play the part'
of Eichmann ia the Armstrong
telecast, which is directed by Paul
Begirt.
36 WweatW Rest Hesfcea.
Continued from Pi
1-A
Constantino synagogue. Thursday
aaght when a terrorist, tmkamj
bidden near the gates ia front of
the house of worship, lobbed the
and women fell
and panic eare loped
most of the worshipers as well as
Jews ia their homes throughout
the city Police authorities an-
Bounced that they are pressing ef-
forts at apprehend those respon-
sible for the outrage. Thus far. bow-
ever, ao one responsible has been
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John E Carlson is president ol
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Behind Bal Harbm
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Continued from Pag* 1-A
tho pi it of the Residential Sec-
tion of Bal Harbour, shall b sold,
conveyed or leased to anyone not
member of the Caucasian race,
nor to anyone having more than
one-fourth Hebrew blood, nor
to any concern or corporation m
which any member or stockholder
has more than one-fourth Hebrew
. bleed, or is not of the Cau-
casian race .
Clauses 2 and 3 of the deed link
Jews with Syrians, who are alo
excluded from the exclusive resi-
dential area to the north of Surf-
side.
Clause 3 reads: 'Occupancy.
No lot, nor any part thereof, nor
any portion of the property shown
on the plat of the Residential Sec-
tion of Bal Harbour, shall be used
or occupied by anyone not a mem-
ber of the Caucasian race, nor by
anyone having more than one-
fourth Hebrew or Syrian blood.
The provisions of this covenant
shall not apply to bona fide do-
mestic servants domiciled on the
premises where they are em-
ployed."
Clause 20 spells out the dura-
j tion of these restrictions: "The
foregoing agreements, covenants,
I restrictions and conditions shall
j constitute an easement and servi-
1 tude in and upon the lands hereby
I conveyed running with the land,
[and shall be deemed for the bene-
"t of all the lands in the Subdivis-
ion; and they shall be and remain
in full force for 25 years from the
first day of January, AD. 1947,
ich time thgy.^srlaJU*e.,auto-
matically extended for successive
periods for ten years each unless
by a vote of a majority of the
then owners of the lots of the
Residential Section of Bal Har-
bour it is agreed to change them
in whole or in pact."
A leading medical authority at
Jackson Memorial Hosrvta!. who
declined to be identified, has
told The Jewish Floridian
that while there are some genetic
grounds for reference to blood of
a race or religion, it is an other-
wise patent absurd.ty.
"Once a surgeon has cut through
the skin of an individual in an
operative procedure, and distinct
racial characteristics mrt set
aside, it is absolutely impossible
to distinguish Hebrew organs, tis-
sues or cells from Gentile, and
white from Negro," the authority
declared, adding: "When a hema-
tologist or pathologist examines
biood under a microscope, he can
no more tell that it is Hebrew or
Syrianor any other kind. Relig-
ious labels are even more ridic-
ulous."
A telephone call to Bal Har-
bour Village found Mayor Frank
Hart "unavailable," but W. H.
Webb, Village Manager, promptly
and vigorously denied Bal Har-
bour's culpability in the restric-
tive covenants. "We run a muni-
cipal corporation chartered by the
Idre
.JCong. Official Is Local Speaker
ulius Schatz, national director of "Are We Teaching Our Children
Community Service Bureau of iOur Jewish Heritage?" The meet-
i American Jewish Congress, ing was at the home of Mr. and
essed four meetings of Amer- Mrs. Gerald Kogan, 1815 SW 86th
Jewish Congress chapters in I ave
kMiami area during the put I 0n Wednesday afternoorii ^^
i appeared before the Miami chapter
:hatz spoke to the Westchester at Koubek Center, and the Biscayne
pter on Saturday evening on chapter, meeting at the home of
Mrs. Albert Zuckerman, 17120 NE
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in a talk Wednesday evening.
Louise Wise chapter of the Con
gress was to be addressed by Schatz
at the Fontainebleau hotel on
Thursday at 1 p.m.
Schatz, who has been with the
American Jewish Congress for the
past 13 years, is chairman of the
National Conference of Program
Directors, representing all major
national Jewish agencies, and a
member of the executive commit-
tee of the New York Film Council
and the Film Council of America.
He is the author of numerous re-
ligious and intercultural articles.
Yom Kippur Night Dance
Coral Way Jewish Center, 8755
SW 16th st., will have a Yom Kip-
pur night dance Saturday, 9 p.m.,
at the Center's new air-conditioned
building. Program will include
light refreshments, dancing to the
music of a live band, and cash
prizes
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State of Florida," Webb declared.
"That restriction business is en-
tirely out of our handsit's up to
the Bal Harbour Club. Why not
talk to them?"
Webb explained that "it's like
the Surf Club in Surfsideor the
Sunset Island Homeowners Assn.
on Sunset Island No. 2. You
wouldn't call the City of Miami
Beach to complain about their
covenants against Jews, would
you?"
But observers here feel
that Webb's examples hold no
water. When property is adver-
tised for sale in local newspapers,
the seller almost invariably adds
"Bal Harbour Club membership
required." This is in accordance
with Clause 15 of the Bal Harbour
Warranty Deed, which reads:
"Owner Must be a Member of
the Club. The grantee herein is
a member of the Bal Harbour
Club, Inc.. and as such, the mem-
ber is familiar with and agrees
to abide by the rules, regulations,
restrictions and objects of said
club."
Tfcue, while the Sunset Island
Assn. represents a fractional part
of the total real estate up for
potential sale on Miami Beach,
residential and unimproved prop-
erty in Bal Harbour in feet makes
up perhaps 95 percent or mere of
the Village, which is under con-
trol of the Bal Harbour Village
Club.
As for the Surf Club, this ex-
ample fails to apply. While the
Club is restricted against Jews,
it is beyond the purview of the
purchase or occupancy of real
property.
The Rev. Max Karl, director of
the Florida office of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews, told The Jewish Floridian
on Tuesday that "to my mind
the notion that restrictive cove-
nants of this kind are deemed to
be workable and enforceable is
contrary to the image of the
American ideal. People who put
their trust in them are chasing
an illusion."
Commenting further on the un-
covering of the Bal Harbour re-
strictions against Jews, the Rev.
Karl declared that "the American
ideal is based on the principle
that every human must be taken
for what he is and not for his
ancestry. I think it is ridiculous
to speak of Hebrew blood or
Christian blood.
"But most important of all, in
a series of important cases and
opinions, the United States Su-
preme Court has declared such
covenants to be unenforceable,
which all decent Americans must
hold repugnant."
Nathan Perlmutter, director of
the Florida office of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, told The Jewish Floridian,
that "housing discrimination in l
this area is. of course, not a mat-1
ter of pressing concern to Jews. '
But there are men at the Weather '
Bureau who at this moment care-1
fully note low pressure areas.'
troughs, and wind velocities 600'
and even 1,200 miles away. They
do so because these are signals
that may affect Greater Miami in
the near future.
"Similarly, Judenrein residen-
tial areas, no matter how calm
the human relations climate may
be at the moment, are signals of
concern to us."
Paul Seiderman, chairman of
the Florida ADL board, declared
that "when we see children grow-
ing up in restricted areas, we can
plot ahead future discriminatory
attitudes on the part of these
young people in fraternities, so-
rorities, and employment. By pro-
viding their children with a value
that religious restrictions are
proper, Bal Harbour parents may-
be unwittingly impairing the
democratic values of their chil-
dren."
Perlmutter pointed to "the
irony of the situation," which he
said stems from the fact that
"many residents of Bal Harbour,
as individuals, bear no hostility
to Jewsno matter the percent of
their 'Hebrew blood.' Some have
contributed meaningfully to our
community. Somehow, however,
as members of the Bal Harbour
Village Club, they and other
groups in this area shunt aside
the democratic values which as
individuals they cherish."
Elaborating, Seiderman said
that "these restrictive covenants
are the kind that I'm sure most
Bal Harbour residents would re-
pudiate if they were sufficiently
aware of their existence. They
are the most vicious and serious
covenants I have ever seen in any
real estate deed. I'm reasonably
sure, however, that the thinking
behind such unAmerican prac-
tices does not typify most Bal
Harbour residents."
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Jewish Leaders Call on Eisenhower
WASHINGTON (JTA) President Eisenhower indicated here
he would consider using his influence on Suez Canal transit restrictions
*" Pir<1 N"<*r of ihe United Arab Republic to the
Unted States according to a delegation of the Conference of Major
National Jewish Organizations..
The delegation, led by Label
Katz, chairman of the Conference! :,Hi ...
and president of B'nai B'rith spent inc,"d,n* toP|CS ,ha* 8ht emerge
over 30 minutes with Mr 's-ic at tne United Nations General As-
over 30 minutes with Mr. Eisen-
hower at the White House.
In addition to Mr. Kalz, the dele-
gation included Rabbi Irving Mil-
sembly session that opened this
week. The President was urged,
said Katz, to use his personal pres-
fer, president of the American zVon- tig! in ">e_ interest of world peace
ist Council; Rabbi Joachim Prinz Iand es^,a"?, Mldd|e Eastern
president of the American Jewish! peacf- f llPresid,e.nt \ resPnse
Congress, Moses Feuerstein, pres- Was termed warm and the meet"
ident of the Union of Orthodox Jew-
ish Congregations of America; and
Maurice Bisgyer, executive vice
president of B'nai B'rith.
Rabbi Miller made known that
the President was asked to seek
an end to the continued anti-Is-
rael blockade of the Suez Canal
and boycott pressures practiced
by the UAR in defiance of inter-
national law.
Katz said a number of matters
were discussed with the President,
ing characterized as "fruitful."
Mr. Eisenhower reiterated the
American position on Suez transit
and allied matters, it was indicat-
ed. The delegation conveyed Jew-
ish New Year greetings to Mr. Eis-
enhower.
President Nasser will, during
hit visit to the United Nations
as head of the delegation of the
United Arab Republic, stay on
n estate in Sands Point, Long
Island, N.Y., facing the local
Community Synagogue. Rabbi
Selassie May Visit Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JTA) Em-
peror Haile Selassie I, of Ethiopia,
may make a "personal religious
pilgrimage" to Jerusalem, it was
indicated authoritatively here, af-
ter Gen. Moshe Dayan, Israel's
former Chief of Staff of the De-
fense Forces, and now Minister of
Agriculture, met with the Lion of
Judah at Addis Abbaba last week-
end.
Highest officials, who would
neither confirm nor deny the Em-
peror's plans to visit here, said
merely that the Negus of Ethiopia
has "a standing invitation from the
Government" to visit here at his
[pleasure and convenience.
Gen. Dayan, it was revealed,
| brought to the Emperor a personal
letter from Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion, as a result of which
closer diplomatic relations may be
established between Israel and
Ethiopia.
In the letter, Mr. Ben-Gurion re-
called the close ties that have ex-
isted between the two countries
since Biblical times, expressing the
hope that the future relations will
be even closer.
The Israeli leader also pointed
out in his letter that the center of
world interest these days has shift-
ed from the arms race to an in-
crease of development projects for
the betterment of every day living
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Molvin Weinman said it made lit-
tle difference to the congregation
, where Nasser chose to stay.
The proposal of the Arab League
to nominate Nasser's United Arab
Republic for a seat on the United
Nations Security Council to fill the
vacancy caused by the expiration
of Tunisia's term, met with angry
protest meanwhile by Congressman
Seymour Halpern, Queen (N.Y.)
Republican. Halpern asked Presi-
dent Eisenhower to oppose the nom-
ination as long as the Egyptian
dictator violates international law
and flaunts the decision of the Se-
curity Council itself.
In his letter to President Eisen-
hower, Halpern cited Nassers vio-
lations of the 1951 United Nations
Security Council decision which
called for freedom of navigation
through the Suez Canal. "Nasser
is also violating the six points pro-
posed in 1956 in the Security Coun-
cil for the operation of the Canal,"
added Representative Halpern.
"This is the opportunity, in the
name of international law and jus-
tice, to obtain Nasser's assurance
of freedom of passage through the1
Suez Canal as well as the lifting of
other barriers and boycotts."
"Before America casts its vote
in the United .Nations, we should
first receive Nasser's assurances
that th. Canal will be re-opened
to the shipping of all nations and
that he will make an ernest ef-
fort to terminate what he terms
a state of war with Israel, a sit-
uation detrimental to world
peace. Nasser should also give
assurances for the cessation of
discrimatory practices on travel
and trade, based on religious
faith, which violate the spirit of
the U.N. Charter, and should per-
suade other Arab nations to do
likewise."
"Further," the Congressman's
letter to the President points out,
"the United Arab Republic is vio-
lating its commitment under the
1888 Constantinople Convention
and subsequent treaties which are
part of the international law gov-
erning this international Canal."
"If the United Arab Republic re-
fuses to accept these standards of
international law and flagrantly
violates its own international com-
mitments, should it be rewarded
with a seat on the Security Coun- j
eil?" concluded Representative
Halpern.
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Friday. September 30. I960
Nikita Snubs Golda Meir at Opener
Ce^tinued from
1 A
Young Men's Dirisioa of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
meets to launch education and leadership protects lor 1961.
Seated are Ctet to right Arthur S. Rosichan. executive director:
Sam I. Heiman. president of Federation; and Frederick R.
Schec. Standing are Andrew Geller. overall rhairrnan of the
Young Men's Division end Kenneth Myers.__________________
to welcome him. the Soviet Pre-
mier arose and walked -down" "the
left aiiJe to the Assembly audito-
rium, passing by Mrs. Metr aod
walking across the podium to the
extreme right of the huge hall to
shake hands with Cuba's Prune
Minister Fidel Castro. Then Mr.
Khrushchev retraced his steps.
again ignoring the presence of the
Israeli delegation as be passed by
the Israelis to return to his seat.
On the other hand. UH Secretary
General Dag Hammarskjold seem-
ed to go out of his way to greet
Mil Meir and to ignore both Mr.
Khrushchev and Ahmad Shukairy.
chairman of the Saudi Arabian
delegation The Secretary General
walked down the left aisle, pass-
ing by Mr. Khrushchev
an} greeting and evidently i
Shukairy pointedly.
Israel Envoy to Austria Due as
For Trial on Perjury Charge
Aoamst Hh MpnitUn of the
Soviet and Arab blocs Frederick
Roland, Permanent Beprwtenta-
rta. to Ireland, who ho* dtstine-
uHM himself hero in the last
throe years lnsjMsntlt as a
friend of Israel, was elected
President of ths General Anaiw
hfy. The Soviet end Arab Mocs
backed far the midmci J.ri
Nmk. of Caschoiwvahis. Mr.
to IS
That resolution received Israel's
wholehearted endorsement in spite
af the fact that it had among Ms
co-sponsors all ten members of the
Arab League. The resolution placed
full confidence in Mr. Hammars-
kjold. A Soviet resolution against
Mr. Hammarskjold called his ac-
tions in the Congo a "failure."
In has address to the Assam-
Mr, hV. Camay, referring to Is-
rael medical aid sent t* the Con-
to said that it was "a matter of
seme satisfaction to us that in
this humanitarian field, Israel
has hewn able to make its own
modest contribution by rvshina
a medical loam to the Congo."
Mr. Comay said that Israel had
no personal interest in requesting
that military assistance to the Con-
go be only through the United Na-
tions. -Israel has many friends in
Africa." he declared.
This friendship is based on the
deep conviction that we who are
young countries should seek each
other out. should share each oth-
er's experience in nation-buildini;
and should, in fruitful cooper ,
with each other, attack our <
mon enemies, which are poverty,
ignorance, the underdeveloped
state of our countries and the un
derprivileged state of our peoples."
flUSI NERVOUS
iU
5TRON6ER Yet SATO
ANACIH
.
AVIV JTA Yeheskel Sa
bar I>eti Ambassador to Austria,
i- -cbemued for trial in District
Cenrt here Oct. 2 on a charge of
permry. Be pmaned net gmlry to
the charge when he appeared here
s*p* :t-
The case grew oat of a libel sate
msutated m 1967 by .Amos Ben-
Gsnoa, son of the Prime Minister,
who *as then deputy Inspector
General of Ponce nader Mr Sahar
The UKer. who was Amos Ben-
Ganac s chief, test died aa
at the Premier's soa.
wblisbod allegations that he had
bee fwe mvotvmo a
afyowaa BetvGuoen. Yes-
bay ah Yarhani.
Amos Bcc-Gtmon woa the case
after Mr Sahar had testified he
did not know- Yarkoni as under
-usptooe He was awarded dam-
ages but a higher court later re-
daeed the monat of damages.
la the coarse of the wdgmeat
redermg the damages, the court
Mr. Sahar of perjuring
Mr Sahar is on leave from
service pending t h e
court's deterauaatioa of the
charge* against bus-
ier Mr. Neseh and nine
Thor Ynorsooy of Iceland.
Israel strongly endorsed the ac-
tion by Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold and his aides in the
Conga. Michael S Comay. chaar-
man of the Israel delegation, tak-
ing the floor near the end of the
three-day emergency session on
the Congo issue, voiced high praise
for Mr. Hammarskjold s actions m
the Congo, which be called "gi-
gantic without parallel in the his-
tory of our organization." Israel
also voted for the 17 power resolu-
tion which was pending on the
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Bon Voyage dinner party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M.
Lipton (right) was attended by nearly 100 community leaders
and members of the Combined Jewish Appeal campaign cab-
inet. Lipton. who is 1961 CJA chairman, will go to Israel as a
member of the UJA Overseas Study Mission to assess the
needs of immigrants and newcomers. Shown at the cake-cut-
ting ceremonies which climaxed the affair axe (left) Harold
Thurman, last year's CJA chairman and chairman of the din-
ner; and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple
Erhanu-El.
Fox to Head Histadrut Here
Abram Fox was last week unan-
imqusly elected chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Histadrut
Committee.
A member of Beth David Con-
gregation and formerly from Cin-
cinnati, O., Fox will be installed at
the annual Histadrut conference
Oct. 16 in the Seville hotel.
Fox recently returned with his
wife from a lengthy visit in Israel,
where they were honored at dcdi-
| cation ceremonies which formally
opened a medical clinic donated by
the couple to Histadrut's vast Ku-
pat Holim program.
Kupat Holim Histadrut serves
the medical needs of over 1,450,000
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This relationship will continue in
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Th# magazine's observations
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Moskin, recently returned from
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"the Jewish people" for whom Is-
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"American Jews admire Israel
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take pride in its progress." Moskin
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"Jewish delegations from this
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2. How to settle the quarrel be-
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Your CJA Leaders: 1960-61
MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY
A. J. HARRIS and JULIAN WEINKLE: Ne, 9 in a Series.
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Herson Hit
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Rabbi D_axid Herson, spiritual
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day.
Rabbi Herson was felled by an
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prior to the advent of the High Holy
Days, the officials revealed
Rabbi Herman Cohen acted as
guest spiritual leader during Rosh
Hashona services last week.
Also recuperating from illness
was Cantor Hyman Fine. Cantor
Ernest L. Weiss is rendering the
musical portions of the liturgy in
his absence at Beth Emeth. con-
gregation officials declared.
A. 1. MAKKiS
United Fund. Weinkle was a
founder and first chairman
of Federation's Young Men's
Division.
He is a director of Motor
Products Corporation and ex
ecutive vice president of the
Bertram Yacht Company.
JULIAN WtlNKLt
Double strength capability
has been harnessed in the
team of Harris and Weinkle.
joining two generations of
leadership and service. CJA
and its beneficiaries will
surely gain from their combi-
nation of skills.
Panelists Observe Youth, Adults At BBYO Meet
Pointing to "an atmosphere of
annihilation which pervades in a
world threatened by war and a
climate which has been warlike for
the past 15 years," Mrs. Nathan
Perlmutter traced the effects of
this atmosphere on the behavior
of people in current society, who
i seem to be living temporary and
!for the moment.
The talk introduced a panel of
. speakers, who addressed the an-
nual meeting of the Greater Miami
board of directors of the B'nai
R nth Youth Organization at the
Dupont Plaza hotel on Sunday.
Rabbi William Sajowitz. South
eastern director for the American
Union of Hebrew Congregations,
reflected upon the "disassociation
of teen-agers in the area of social
action." and noted that the latter
were not "prepared to fight" for
social justice. He suggested that
there was a great need to "put
stars in their eyes'" and help young
people understand that they could
participate in "world changes."
Maawell Fassier, acting de-
rector ef Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service, surveyed change a
in family life and the difficulty
and confusion on the part of its
members, "who are finding it
difficult to ascertain their roles
in the changing family scene."
Fassler, however, noted that "the
family is here to stay and is still
the strong band it always hns
Donald Stone, case worker of the
Dade County Juvenile Court, how-
ever, pointed at the strains in fam
i ily unity caused by the mobility of
the family and youth by the need
to be constantly on the "go."
The panel discussion focused on
the theme "Changing Values of
Youth and Adults." and was chair-
ed by Mrs. Alfred Reich.
Noting the progress of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, Judge
Milton A. Friedman, installed the
officers of the board, which in-
cludes Eli Hurwitz, president; Mrs.
'Edward Sabra, vice president;
Mrs. Bernice Bobkoff, secretary;
;and Ainslee Ferdie. treasurer.
Past president. Jack Fink, was
'named counselor, and was present-
ed with a plaque for two years of
service.
Rabbi Leon Hurwitz brought
greetings to the board from the
Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Mi-
ami, and Mrs. Gerald Soltz, presi-
dent of District 5. B'nai B'rith
Women, greeted the group from
that body, representing 10.000
women.
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View of the new sanctuary of Beth Torah Con- a youth auditorium, and
gregation at 163rd st. and 11th ave., No. Miami of $325,000. Dedication
Beach. Facilities include 16 classrooms and
were erected at a cost
was Sept. 18.
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Lord Reading
Dead at 71
LONDON (JTA) Gerald
Rufus Isaacs, Lord Reading, a for-
mer Minister of State and active in
Jewish affairs, died while on vaca-
tion in Rhodes last week at the
age of 71.
The son of the First Marquis of
Reading, who was Viceroy of India
and British Lord Chief Justice, the
Second Lord Reading was Under-
secretary of State for Foreign Af-
fairs from 1951 to 1953, when he
was named Minister of State in
the Conservative Government. He
remained in this post until 1957.
Lord Reading was a former pres-
ident of the Jewish Colonization
Assoc, and had served as chairman
of the Council for German Jewry
in 1938-39. He was a member of
the Council of the Weizmann In-
sert to right are Rev. Samuel Kate, Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen- stitute Foundation and a director
|baum and Rabbi Max Lipschite at dedication ceremonies of of the Palestine Electric Corpora-
5th Toroh's new sanctuary. I tion.
1 B j8 II
\Kol Nidre Ushers in Yom Kippur
Continued from Pag* 3-A
iservan:e at Tomato Zlon, 5720
IW 17th st, on Friday at 5:45
|.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
fficiate and preach on "Where
Jave I Sinned?" Saturday services
re at 8 a.m. Sermon is scheduled
r 11 a.m., and will be on "So Easy
Remember." Yizkor memorial
Dllows at 11:30.
Tem: Judoa, 320 Palermo ave.,
foral Gables, will launch the Yom |
tippur observance with Yom Kip-
kur prayers on Friday at 7 p.m.]
Fantor Herman Gottlieb renders
ie musical portions of the liturgy.
labbi Morris Skop wil preach on1
("Forgive and Forget." Saturday|
Jcrvices are at 9:30 am. Sermon
rill be "Echoes of Remembrance."
fizkor memorial is at 1 p.m.
peilah will be at 6 p.m.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offici-
ate at Yom Kippur services of
fempl* E menu-El, 1701 Washing-
3a ave. Kol Nidre prayers begin
le Fast Day observance Friday, 7
m., in Miami Beach Auditorium,
[cross the street from the Temple,
fantor Hirsh Adler renders the
lusical portions of the liturgy.
laturday services are at 9 a.m.
Tizkor will be at 11 a.m. Neilah
nil be chanted by Rabbi Lehrman
5 p.m.
At Coral Way Jewish Canter, 87551
|W 16th st., Rabbi Samuel April |
Ifficiates at the 5:30 p.m. Kol
Jidre services Friday in D a d e
lounty Auditorium. Sermon is
Haunted Heart." Cantor Joseph
tengyel renders the musical por-
Ioob of the liturgy. Saturday serv-
ices will be at 8 a.m. Yizkor me-
morial sermon is "Message for
Today's Heart." For Shomrim
Shabbat, there will be services at
the same time Friday and Satur-
day at the Center, with Cantor
Menahem Roth officiating.
Rabbi Max Lipschitz will offici-
ate at Kol Nidre services of Beth
Torah Congregation, 164th st. and
NE llth ave., Friday at 5:45 p.m.
Sermon is "Pain and Tension are
the Mother of Joy." Cantor Ben-
Zion Kirschenbaum will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Saturday services are at 7:45 a.m.
Sermon will be "Have We Paved
the Way for Swing and Sway?"
Yizkor memorial is at 11:15 a.m.
Neilah will be at 4:30 p.m.
Guest Rabbi Seymour Fox of-
ficiates at Yom Kippur services of j
Both David Congregation, 2435 SW i
3rd ave., on Friday at 6 p.m. Can-
tor William Lipson renders the
musical portions of the liturgy.'
Saturday services will be at 8 a.m. I
Sermon is "New Conceptions in
Conservative Judaism." Yizkor is
at 11 a.m. Neilah will be at 5 p.m.
Rabbi David Herson, spiritual
leader of Both Emoth Congrega-
tion, 12250 NW 2nd ave., and Can-
tor Hyman Fein are ill. Services
Yom Kippur will be conducted by
Guest Rabbi Herman Cohen and
Guest Cantor Ernest Weiss begin-
ning with Kol Nidre Friday at 6
p.m. Saturday services are at 8
a.m. Yizkor memorial will be at
10 a.m.
Temple Israel of Greater Miami,
137 NE 19th st., will hold Yom
Kippur services Friday at 7 and
9:15 p.m. in the main Temple and
Wolf son Auditorium, with Rabbi
Joseph Narot, spiritual leader, Rab-
bi Morris W. Graff, and Rabbi
Sajowitz officiating. Saturday serv-
ices will be at 8:45 a.m., 10 a.m.,
and 11:30 a.m. Yizkor memorial
prayers are scheduled at the 8:45
services and a special service at
3:45 p.m. Cantor Jacob Bornstein
renders the musical portions of the
liturgy.
At Temple Sinai of North Miami,
12100 NE 15th ave., Rabbi Benno
Wallach, will officiate Friday at
8 p.m. Sermon is "The Trial." Yom
Kippur services resume Saturday
at 10 a.m. Sermon is "A New
Prescription." Yizkor memorial is
at 4:45 p.m.
Both Tfilah Congregation, 935
Euclid ave., will hold Yom Kip-
pur services Friday at 5:30 p.m.
Saturday services are at 7 a.m.
Yizkor memorial will be at 11
am. Neilah concludes the Yom Kip-
pur observance at 5 p.m. Rabbi
Joseph Rackovsky officiates.
'Rescinding Our Vows'
On Day of Atonement
By Rabbi Morton Malavsky
Israelite Center
Friday at sundown, follow-
ers of Judaism will congre-
gate in their temples and
synagogues to begin a Day of
Atonement with prayers, fast-
ing and repentance.
Preceding the Yom Kippur
eve service, the Kol Nidre
will be chanted in the syna-
gogue. This prayer evokes
awe and reverence unequal-
led by any other hymn or
High Holiday prayer.
Although Kol Nidre is a
prayer rescinding vows, it is
not applicable to oaths re-
quired in legal procedure,
nor to promises made to fel-
low man, community or gov-
ernment. It is man's ines-
capable duty to keep his
word and honor his promise.
Immediately preceding Kol
Nidre we say, "With the consent of God and the congregation, by
sanction of the courts above and below, we grant permissions to
have transgressors join us in prayer." We might therefore con-
clude that the rescinding of vows was intended for the congrega-
tion, which during the past year may have been harsh in its judg-
ment regarding transgressors. By this gesture on the part of the
congregation, even the. transgressors would desire to approach
God in prayer, and this would evoke community consciousness
in the hearts of all, including the sinner.
The Kol Nidre formula was intended, and should also today,
serve as an inspiration to ponder upon the individual's part in the
congregation and the community, his duty to abide by its ordin-
ances and to support its institutions and prestige. The community,
too, is reminded of its responsibilities to the individual, regardless
of his station and status.
Today, perhaps more so than ever, the need for understand-
ing and togetherness is greater than at any other time in history.
The interdependent obligations and duties of the congregant
and congregation, of the citizen and the community, cannot and
must not be regarded lightly.
May the theme and inspiration of Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur
be the beginning of a closer brotherhood of people and peoples,
and serve to bind us ever more closely to practice forgiveness.
May it lead to resolutions that will ultimately bring about greater
helpfulness, assumption of responsibilities, and open-minded mu-
tual understanding.
RABBI MOMQN MAIAVSKY
... grtrnt needs
THE WEEK... US I SEE IT
Continued from Page 4-A
well on this occasion. Also demonstrated was the increasing need for
Democratic leaders to reassess the value of their Southern ties, with
an eye, perhaps, toward someday disavowing them. Most important
of all was the impact of Mr. Lodge's visit on the Jewish and non-Jewish
voter, alike, his reaction to double-diplomacy, and his determination
to take the GOP at its wordthat foreign affairs constitute the most
critical issue in the current campaigna word which perforce becomes
a charge of failure against the party.
Does the silence that met him here have national implications?
Most probably not. For, as has been said, one can only fool most of
the people most of the time.
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based on the famous Belloc-Lown-
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irewtinq jjjfc Books: By HILARY MINDUN
Account of an Attempt to Save Jerusalem Once Again
THI FAITHFUL CITY: The Slew* Jtruultm,
l. by Dev Jo%eph. 3S* pp. N.w York: Slman
nd Schuttot'. tS.tS.
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ordlaor) hlatortoal vahM and oorreUvi of tonta
poani Poo Mori .i n'' NifK- i Jtrvnlon t* part
.I ii' uga wMoh modern Jawi will tn to thato ctdl
drea ami irandt iiiiiiuMi .is tha lool haM too century
rlnda on. ii i ii tale winch itorta wiih fifty year*
ni Bioolai kiniuuio. iQutroBi under the paw of the
timi-li Iiuii, leaps to incredible triumph in May of
nun and continue! with .1 perpetual dlapla) ot stub-
hero heroic* In a way, UM belUa hi Jaruanleni
lymboUaeU both (he rtubbornoeti aid lha harolca,
the whale abatrnct pa ulna ol .> twodhouaaad-year
journal back lo .1 homeland rha Btoto of larael
mil Jeroeawtn would have beoo ag Kaaa liable a
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By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Second-Class Citizenship Issue Explodes Anew
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American citixon>hip after the war. th? I'aited S
d Ltttero Ma claim. Me would have to seek com;1
ti\n frvm the Kurv>pe.m nation where he originally held
kp e\en if that nation j> now behind the Iron
Curtain Ohviouaty, he areaM have n.> hope ivf alternative
I if e&clutled fr\>m the I'S legislation
lha Senate. kjBUBBeW, wa.- unable to take final action
on this eontrxnersial bill in the closing days of this last
- MUoa A decision was v^>t|xuiisl until the next Congress
nwvts in January
\. ".:' K atang, N> York Republican, and Sen.
. Hart. Michigan Democrat, both committee ntem-
V>rs aalBOd aa^aotaon to H.R. -485. They said, in a sup-
pleaaental report, that' following World War II we wel-
comed thousands of new American citizens to our shores.
Lance numbers of them suffered indescribable privations
.luring the war Many were tortured and enslaved and
1 he victims of every form of persecution Certainly
these people wbo are now fullfledged Americans nave as
daun to participate in seek a program as any other
of American war claimants ~
TV two senators noted that tV committee would re-
tern vested properties to fwtmei Nan owners. "In otner
words.' saud Sens. Keating and HarV "we are prepeanng
to compensate fatmaa enemy nationals ... if they are
now cttueats. Oe Uta etner hand, the commute* is decree-
ing that other new cttaaen* amnll V denied tV right to
ciaim rehef becaeee ef their hwmer nanenakty "
Sens. Keating and Hart msxsted tnat -sax* mcensist
It is estimated tnat mere tan SM mlbn is avatt-
iW to compensate Americans for proeen Orachf Orar II
lertei.
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the same commiltee It moKed thr Hearhrss Pt^wtj BtR.
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"If I forget thee, O Jerusalem"to which Dr
Joseph might have added, "if I betray thee." As gov-
ernor of the besieged cily. he was in a position to ob-
serve all aspects of conduct, both civilian and mili-
tary. The book has already aroused an uproar in
Israel with the accusation that errors by the military
commander. Brig. David Shalliel, resulted in the loss
of the Jewish quarter of the Old City, which might
otherwise. Dr. Joseph suggests, have been held. But
the fact is that the author's charges are by no means
as direct as the wire stories have indicated. Indeed.
Dr. Joseph distributes his accusations among several
areas.
"It is still difficult to say whether the Old City
was doomed from the start of the war or could have
beu-n saved by different decisions or different lead-
ers." he says, and goes on to indict the "character of
the Jewish population there." particularly the ultra
orthodox, the "too many Yeshiva students ... too
many mystics." He takes a swing at Moshe Sharett
for observing IN instructions with too much fidelity.
and attacks with great bitterness and lashing con-
tempt a man named Weingarten. To his credit. Dr
Joseph also discusses what Shaltiel's problems were,
and recognizes the many other factors involved in
the surrender lack of ammunition, inadequate
forces, weariness, and others, equally cogent.
The picture of a beleagured Jerusalem is a
memorable one. In these days of airlifts, the very
concept of a BmfO is almost an anachronism, calling
up the clang of ancient wars. Jerusalem has know a
many sieges, and the problems are always the same.
Water Food. Survival. Dr. Joseph is not given to
dramatics, but for all those wbo know how deeply
Jerusalem is rooted in the Jewish heart, bis story
needs none o:her than this detailed account of a
desperate attempt to save her from her despoilers
once again
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Cnhnre Marches On
COME HAVE thought that Tiddash eul-
ture was on the wane but I
mt. on the
n. reaching out for
Imtan.
For instance, the other day. Ja
3es*ott. New York
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visit to the l"-S wrote that it
V characterized hy tV Yid
sumptaan." and V JMaatiam ft by teibac the story f the
man who killed his father and mother and then pteaded
for mercy en the g-iOi thnt V was an iwphan
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tVre a term for ft. nkhaaagh the ajentary ftsckt ts Mt em>
fined to Jews.
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Friday, September 30. 1960
Matheson Canal
'Raises Question
A group of Dade county civic-
minded citizens, who are spear-
heading the county's water re-
sources control program, this week
questioned the existence of suf-
ficient facts on which to predicate
a decision on the proposed canal
through the Matheson Hammock
Park.
The water resources control com-
mittee of the Miami-Dacle County
Chamber of Commerce advised the
County Commission on November
18, 1959, that it had recognized the
inadequacy of factual data on salt
intrusion.
Committee chairman Mark L.
Grossman asked the county of-
ficials at that time to call a con-
ference of various local, state and
national agencies "to discuss a
jointly financed study on salt
intrusion to provide complete and
up-to-date information on which to
predicate decisions on holding
water stages in Dade county."
Grossman explained that "the
level at which water is held must
be carefully determined to limit
salt intrusion, while simultaneously
preventing unnecessary flooding of
lands behind the salt barriers."
Two inter-agency conferences re-
sulted from the Grossman recom-
mendation, one on Apr. 6, and an-
other last July 27. "However," said
Crossman, "we have not been ap-
prised of the results of those con-
ferences or the information de-
veloped by them."
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Dr. long Moves
To New Office
Dr. Charles Long, who has prac-
ticed in Miami for the past 18 years,
is now in his new location at 1545
SW 1st st.
For the past 12 years, he has
specialized in non-surgical treat-
ment of rupture, in addition to his
general practice. The treatment
[involves mild and painless injec-
tions into the muscles of the rup-
ture, which causes-new and tough
fibrous growth to occur.
According to Dr. Long, correc-
tion takes four to six weeks. "Re-
pair of hernia by office methods is
normally safe for patients of any
age," Dr. Long said, adding that
"hemorrhoids and other rectal con-
ditions are also effectively treated
without hospital confinement, radi-
cal surgery, undue pain, or loss of
time from employment."
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 8501-1
DOROTHY WHITEHEAD,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DOCK WHITEHEAD,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DOCK WHITEHEAD
Navy Air Station
Glynco,
Brunswick. Georgia
Herlal No. 5579607
YOU ARE HKKB1IY NOTIFIED that
a Hill of Complaint for Divorce hue
been filed against you and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your answer thereto on the plaintiffs
attorneys, ENOEL <% POLLACK.
Suite M-lll BlBcayne Building. 19
West Flaglcr Street. Miami 32. Flor-
ida, and file the original answer In the
t>ffire of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 17th day of October.
1960, othervlse a Decree Pro ConlesoO
will be entered Against you.
Dated on the 13th d-.y or September,
19(0.
E. B. LEATHER-MAN, Clerk
of the Circuit Court
(seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
' 9/16-23-30. 10/7
DAVEMU
BY HENRY LEONARD
[An Embarrassing Burp in Shul on Yom Kippur Day
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
INTERNATIONAL HEALTH AND
BEAUTY SHOW and NATIONAL
HEALTH AND BEAUTY KHOW at
M Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JEROME .1 11ERGER
KOVNER .V MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Jerome J. Berger
979-16-M-SO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MAS TRADING CO. (Not Inc.) at
3440 N.W. North River Drive, Miami,
Florida Intend to register said name
wiih the Clark of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
SIDNEY PEPPER
MORRIS PEPPER
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for M ft S Trading Co.
9/9-16-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 50633-B
IN RE: Estate of
SELMA HODES
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand! Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may Have against the ea-
tate of SELMA HODES deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file the
same In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
BARNEY HODES
Executor
SIMON, HAYS ft GRUNDWERG
Attorneys
301 Alnsley Building
Miami 32, Florida "
9/16-23-30, 10/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NORMAR ENTERPRISES ,-.t HL1
N.E. 129th Street, North Miami. Flor-
ida intends to register said nnnir with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
NORMAN BPECTOR
Sole Owner
STOLAR& MCCHNICK
Attorneys for Applicant
220 Tlst St.. MB.
9/23-30, 10'7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48794-A
IN RE: Estate of
KURT BOTTNER a/k/a
KI'RT BUETTNKK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: .
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of KURT BOTTNER a/k/a
KURT BOETTNER deceased late of
Dade County. Florida, to the County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same In their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
ALFRED D. BIELEY
AS Administrator
19 W. Kiagler St., Miami 32. Fla.
9/9-16-23-30
Happy New Year to
All
F. Knight & Company, Inc.
112 VALENCIA AVENUE
CORAL GABLES
MUTUAL FUNDS INVESTMENT SECURITIES
REGISTERED REPRESNTATIVES
ALLEN BROWN, Branch Manager
LT. COL. JESSE TARBELL, Ret. JAMES BUTTRICK
LEWIS ENTIN MARIE BROWN
"ALL FUNDS AVAILABLE" HI 4-6582
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ONE HOI'R OI.EANERAMA at 916
.'.th Street. Miami Beach, Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
C.B.G. CLBANERg, INC.
a Florida Corp.
WEINKLE & KESS1.ER
Attorneys for owner
VI 4 S.-ybold Bldg.
Miami 32, Florida
9'23-3n, 1" 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No" 6TC 8755
FREDDIE MEIER,
Plaintiff,
If ART K. MEIER,
1 >< fi-mlant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
I MARY K. MEIER, n n
at the following address c o T< n-
backer, Tarles Trailer Courts, :W14
Bragg B.....trard, Ptayettevllle, Nortfi
Carolina. *re hereby required '< serve
of your Answer to ;i Mill of
Complain! for DiVOTCC on I'liilntiff's
attorney, Charles l Rich. U81 Holly-
wood Boulevard. Hollywood, Florida
and file the original with the Clerk 01
the a hot .- I !0Ur1 "ii 01 I" for. I tobl I
17, 1960, or a default will lie entered
against yo'I.
HATED at Miami. Florida, this 12th
day of SVpt- mber '
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk, < Ircuii.......
(seal) By: WM W STOCKING
DepHity Clerk
___________________9/16-23-30. 10/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 8502
ROBERT A. WALKER,
Plal-liff.
vs.
BEATRICE WALKER,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: BEATRICE WALKER
Care of Cyrus Neville
1079 Herkimer Street
Brookbn. New York
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Bill of Complaint for l>lvorce has
been filed against you, and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Coinp'aint
upon plaintiff's attorneys, EN'lEI. Ar
POLLACK, M-lll Btscaypne Hullrtlng.
Miami 32. Florida, and file the original
Answer In the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
10th day ot October. 1960; otherwise
the allegations of said Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against yon.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 1st
day of September, I960
E. K. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) By: C. P. COPELAND.
I>eputy clerk
9/9-16-23-30
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hie nnlersltneri. desiring to engage in
business under the ftctltloag name of
SOUTHERN MILT KITCHENS at
S407 N.E. Miami Place Intends to reg-
ister ? aid name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
K. 1. G. CORPORATION
(a Ha. Corp.)
HAROLDSTRLMPF
Attorney for Applicant
90M Blsravne Bldg.
9/16-2:1-30. I "'7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 60C 8969
MARY BRINKER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
NORMAN BRINKER
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, Norman Brlnker, address un-
known, are required to file your an-
swer to the complaint of divorce with
the Clerk of the above styled Court
and serve a copy thereof upon Her-
man Cohen. Esquire. 130."> Congress
Building, Miami, Florida, on or before
October 24, 1960, or else complaint
will be taken as confessed.
Dated September 16. 1960.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) By< WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
9/23-30, 10/7-14
\IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
NO. 50177-C
IN RB:
Estate of PETER PAUL IRSA.
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PRESUMPTION
OF DEATH
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
WHEREAS, the undersigned County
Judge In and for Dade County, Flor-
ida, did enter an Order of Presumption
of Dealh of PETER PAUL IKSA on
August 30, 1960 as provided for in
Section 734.34 of the Statutes of the
State of Florida,
YOU ARE THEREFORE required,
or anyone in your behalf, to prodjee
within three months from the date of
first Insertion of this publication, sat-
isfactory evidence of the continuance
in life of the said PETER PAUL. 1RSA,
OTHERWISE the Court will proceed
with the administration of the Estate
Of the said PETER PAUL 1RSA.
DATED this 30th day of August.
I960.
- It, GEORGE T. CLARK
County Judge
9/23-30, 10/7-14
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN teat
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
WESLEY'S BROA8TED CHICKEN at
4901 E. 4th .Ave Hi.ileah Intends to
seMster said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
DONNA MARE. INC.
(a Fla. Corp.)
ELI BREGER
ney
420 Lincoln Road
9/16-23-30. ltyi
NOTICE
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
GERALD JO.-ECU l..\I>ER.MAN. who
nvlcted In the Criminal Court of
Record In and for Dade County, Flor-
ida, at the June term thereof, A.D.,
I960, of the offense of Grand Larceny,
for which a sentence of IS months Im-
prisonment In the State Penitentiary
was imposed, will apply for clemency
to 'he S'-te Board of Pardons. Tal'a-
haaaee. Florida, at Its next regular
meeting, through and by his under-
sianea attorney i
GINO P. NEORETTI
8/12-19-26. 9/2-9-16-23-30, 10/7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage, in
business under the fictitious name of
SKA SALES LTD. at 2143 N.W. 12th
Avenue, Miami. Fla.. Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
UNITED PURVEYORS, INC.
(a Fla. Cup )
9'16-23-30, in/7
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
,IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 8606
PHYLLIS MORGAN SAY1H,
Plaint-ff,
vs.
JAMES M. SAY1H.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JAMES If, SAY1H. JR.
Washing''1". DC.
138 Brvant Street, N.W.
TOU, JAMES M. SAYIH. JR.. are
Hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs Attorney, MAX R. SILVER.
BHQ., 922 Seybold Building. Miami 32.
Florida, and file the original Answei
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the circuit Court on or before the
10th day of October, 1960. If you fall
to do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 6th day of September.
A.D. J960.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: HELEN KESSIJTR
Deputy Clerk
9/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undertrfgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
r .-. R MIRROR & GLASS CO. at 102
N E. 40th Street, Miami Intends to
'r said name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of D.idf County,
Florida.
CHARLES FRIEDMAN
Sole Owner
____________________9/16-28-30-. K>/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business unuer the fictitious mint- of
THE MKM IREMir.M PAYMENT
PLAN at 54 41st Street. Miami
h, Florida Intend to register said
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ol bade County, Florida.
MARCY SHELDON
SALLY HHHLDON
Sole Owners
MARTIN YELLEN
Attorney for Applicants
ivne Building
9/16-21-30. 10/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 90 C 8488 J
DONA1-D FRANKLIN SCOTT,
Plaintiff.
EMMA JEAN SCOTT.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: EMMA JEAN NCOTT
11 Wait Street
Rochester 5. New York
You EMMA JEAN SCOTT are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Plharitng to the
Bill of Cornp'aint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, RAYMA.N <& DUHIG, 902
Alnsley Building, Miami S2. Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 17tli
day of October, 11-00. If you fail to
do so. Judgment by. default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this 12th day of September.
AD-e'b IIMAN. CTerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: HELEN KESSLER,
Deputy Clerk
RAYMA.N & DUHIG
902 Alnsley Bldg.
Miami 32. Fla FR 9-2644
Attorneys for Plaintiff
9/16-23-30, 10/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the uuuei signed, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nanfe of
CAMNBR CONSTRUCTION CO. Inc.) "at numbero06:> S.W. 90th COurt.
in the clt-v of Miami, Florida Intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the (Mrcuit Court of Dude
County. Florida.
... d. CAMNER
WEFMAN & WEFMAN. Eiqs.
4<>7 iHs.aine Building
Miami, Florida
By: warren S. Wepman
Attorneys for Applicant
9/9-16-K-30
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MARKET at 1466 N.W.
62nd Street, Miami, Florida intends
fo register aald name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Fieri SAMPSON'S MARKET, INC.
la jHa. Corp.)
Gl'SSlE KLEIN, Pres.
SP1ELVOGEL
Attorneys for Applicant
407 Lincoln Road
9/16-23-30..10/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. soc seat
THJKRBBA F. BEDNARICK
GUARRIERI,
Plaintiff, '
vs.
JOSEPH F. GITARRIERI.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, Joseph F. Guarrleri, 7346 Tor-
res.lale Avenue, Philadelphia. Penn-
sylvania, are required to file your an-
swer to the complaint for divorce with
the Clerk of the above Court and serve
a.copy thereof utun Herman Cohen,
THBrney. Isfe C6ngress Bldg.. Miami.
Florida, on or before October 10, 1960,
or else suit, will betaken as confessed.
Dated Saptember 6, 1960.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) By: WM. W STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
9/9-16-23-39
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Friday, September 30. lggj
Symbolic Drama
At the UN
fry MAX UtNHt
Jews Return to Congo, Begin Anew
TW new laited Nations session and iImt admission of tW IS new
nations to UN wfNTi*>f eeuM not Wlp being dramatic event, even
M KhrusWWv had not made it *o by rounding up his cronies and calling
upon U aad sundry beads of government M attend I cannot
that President Kiseuhowee and Secretary Herter have ag.
fW boat mmI Wve miscalculated badly > P**? ** tee *
pomace of tit* session
hat tWy mM to we and what Ktawkkv dad see was tW
inWroat *>nhob.c *ii of tW mas* i*inw of tW African nation*
SM* of thee*. Iran every reahsne vMwnoaat. mM! ready far
Mi uatweneed R night haxe fee* Mm if *one of then. MttMr la*
Mw. had adhered to a slower timetable. But. ready er eat.
tl*? at*.
TW Sovtet empire U euke *re*g Bn their m>m wl
That w wh> KbjrwsheWv set out en tW Bafcaka far tW CN
H\s outward reesea far comng *s present has dwarnaneet
again, and again boast about Busnau KW**f and ttthaitul
fraamphs and agan seek to paw* together **>** kinner *
peace whca W tore to tatters at the late Unarmed Parts muting
has ettecv.ie motive *s auafe different. ts te wan a victory far
hmmoi pataacel arfure by wenng tW era Afrarea nations aad a*
**re_ Nasser. Two. and Sukarno.
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tW ram aflwr. ha* Uw *aU ha fa Xr- Yart aad p*t
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f\trl> Jewish mm are now in I^o-
poMviilr. capital of the stnfe-
* racked Republic of t h e Confo,
havinc reopened their businesses
there. Rabbi Moshe Levy, of the
Congo, reported here on a stopover
during his return to Eliiabethville.
in Katanga Rabbi Levy said there
were no Jewish women or children
la Leopaldville. He emphasued
that all Confo Jews have been
traced, and none is missing
He reaffirmed statements made
la aa interview in Brussels to the
effed that many refugee* had re-
fa KtuabethviUe and that
authorities and the population
of the secessionist province of Ka-
tanga were treating Jews there
we
TW rahfa sought to correct acre
what he termed inaccurate press
reports of his statements in Brus-
sels He $a*d that the statemetN
that he teas has children to Israel
aad wras sending then to school in
Brussels was incorrect, addutg that
h*s family had been m SaKshury
the native uhtlhon
w'-. |
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fuVMS. to aapfara the possibilities
for sorHomotw if Israel of Conajo
Jewish refveaes. "the Congo rab-
bi said. "I had discussed various
plans with Israel officials and
with the Jewish Apency, and then
went to Brussels to contact Con-
patese refugees there and to
acquaint them with Israel possi-
bilities."
| was also wrongly reported as
sat ins that I urged Jewish refugees
from Katanga to use the facilities
for resettlement offered by South
Africa. "Rabbi Levy stressed. "My
efforts have been exclusively di-
rected toward resettlement of ref-
ugees in Israel. I appreciate the
South African Government's offer
of help to all refugees from the
Congo without discrimination of
race or creed, but I personally have
in touch with South Afn-
and the statement
about this attributed to me in the
Brussels report was not nude by
-On my nay here I itopmtd over
in LeopaldnBe and contacted the
Jews who renamed there, and re-
ported to then the cordial recep-
tion the Jewish Agency
me and the passnt&brs
gration and assistance which the
Agency was prepared to render to
Congo Jews." the Congo rabbi re-
ported.
(From Bulawayo, Rhodesia, it
was reported that another group of
Jewish refugees from the Congo
left for Israel. This is the third
group of refugees that proceeded
from Rhodesia to Israel for per.
maneat settlement there. Alto-
gether, about 60 Congo Jewi eon-
grated to Israel from Rhodesia
since the turbulent developments
Marled in the Congo i
Golden Agers Install Officers
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km wee atakwat hth on tW basas and wtuail prwh> nrna:anat pudftars at a
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Making preparations to leave for the Orient
are Judge Kenneth Oka and his charming wife .
It's easy traveling with Gertrude She speaks
so many languages fluently ...
Doris Lowenstein is still raving about the
beauty of Majorca Island .. She has just returned
after three weeks in Europe, touring Italy,
France, England, and, of course, Majorca, off the coast of SDain .
Her friend, Mrs. Ora Misrach, of New York, found her such pleas-
ant company that, in appreciation, she presented Doris with a
pleasant surprise at the the end of the trip Ask Doris .
Mrs. Leon (Alyce) Ell recently returned from Chicago, where
she visited with her daughter, Sandra Dalkin, son-in-law, Joel, and
their two beautiful children But she brought back ne new pic-
tures of the moppets Incidentally, BOW that Alyce is back.
' l'an*>Un6top Cards" are available for purchase here once again
. rShe and Inez Krensky have a "going business" in this unusual
item, with proceeds slated for charity Latest novelty on their
list re "Travelers Dainty Dryers."

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It didn't take th Hyman (Helen) Goldsteins long to integrate
themselves here The couple are newcomers from Newark, N.J.
Helen is chairman of hospitality for Temple Beth Sholom Sis-
terhood ..
At Wellesley they call it getting Freshman Honors, but it's just
the same as being on the Dean's List anywhere else And that's
where Linda, daughter of Louis and Elsie Easton, wound up .
Now shes off for her second year there, and a try for Sophomore
Honors .
Originally, Benjamin and Mildred Cypen were Floridians ,
Now, they've moved back from Philadelphia with their children,
Stuart and Beverly The family's new home is immediately be-
hind the Sheridan Theatre .. That should be fun .. Ben's with the
Miami Beach Federal. ..
The Earl Pertnoys, 5000 Cherokee ave.. and the Irvin Shapiros,
63 SW 31st rd., have jet tickets for an 11-day jaunt to London and
Paris, leaving New York on Nov. 3 ...
Wedding Bells The Irving (Bing) Kossoffs. 4444 No. Merid-
ian ave., are telling friends about the engagement of their daughter,
Judy, a student at Boston U., to Stuart Eisenberg, of Hillside, N.J.
|... The couple will be married next June .
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno, 5415 Sheridan ave., are home after
two months of auto travel Itinerary included Monticello, N.Y.;
Brooklyn, N.Y., where they visited their daughter and son-in-law,
;Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon (Juliette) Rothberg, and their two grand
I children: Woodridge, N.Y.; Lakewood. N.J.; and Baltimore ... On
the way back, the couple met up with Donna but were pleasantly
[surprised to find their home in fine shape when they reached
[Miami Beach Only the garden was a shambles.

Sevitzky, music director and conductor of the Univer-
ty or aiami-Symphony Orchestra, is rehearsing for the -season's
enlng concert Oct. 23 and 24 ... Dr. Sevitzky opened the Stun-
ner Pops Series on June 19, then departed with his wife, Mary, for
in auto trip to New York, where the couple visited friends, including
ioris Chaliapin, noted cover illustrator for TIME Magazine .
lid-July and August, the Sevitzkys spent in LaGrange, Ind. .
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark, of the Tides hotel, are back
[from an extensive trip through Europe, visiting England, Holland,
I France, Belgium, Switzerland, and Italy Highlight of their trip
was the four weeks the couple spent touring Israel Morris
[brought back a Torah Scroll for the Tides synagogue .
Mrs. Carrie Zinner, co-chairman of servettes at Mt. Sinai
[Hospital, has donned her pink uniform again after a three-month
j leave She was away on a visit to her hometown of Cleveland,
(and to see more friends, went to Buffalo and Saranac, N.Y. .
It was airlift to Las Vegas for Dr. Denis Quittner and his
[Ruth Then another short trip to California to be with family
[for the High Holy Days ...
Mrs. John (Helene) Owens has been confined to the hospital
[. Friends are wishing a speedy recovery.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Florence) Amdur and their friends, the
Tom Grubers, thought it would be nice to see their own state .
off they went to Naples, St. Petersburg, and Ft. Myers .
[The fishing was wonderful ..Besides, they luckily missed Hur-
Iricane Donna .
Returning from their trip abroad and greeted by their family
[were Mr. ancTMrs. William (Sylvia) Segal .
The Ralph (Ethel) Speros are back from at trip out west .
[The change broke their pattern of recent vacations, when they
[traveled to Europe. .
Postcard from the Schweizerhof in Lucerne. Switzerland, written
[by Leo Eisenstein and his Nola, wishing friends a Happy New
fear. The couple met Sam Rost during their travels and will
neet him and the Sam Blanks in Paris prior to their return home
)ct. 7. .
And, from the Emerald Isle, Cork, "Marshy Place," word to
friends from Harry Zukernick and his Sue, offering greetings from
|the Land of the Pixies, and describing an encounter with former
)ublin Mayor Robert Briscoe.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur (Eve) Burrell scheduled to meet Mr. and
Irs. A. Herbert (Lois) Mathes and Inez Krensky in Israel, where
tiey are spending the High Holy Days together. .
Friends are offering congratulations to Edith Irma (Mrs. Mil-
lion) Siegel on being elected to the National Society of Interior
designers. She's now "doing" the three apartments in the new
executive, House. .
The Samuel (Felice) Uptons still reminiscing about their
European jaunt. The wonderful part, Felice says, was that
leir children. Iris and Delsie, were with them when they visited
Israel. .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack (Janet) Rauch made all the arrangements
r the Miami Beach Shoe Shoe at the DeauviUe Sept. 24 through
. Jack's president of the organization, and Janet's executive
The Abe Eisenbergs, of the Riverside chain, head for the
>uachita Mountains of Arkansas on Oct. 4. They'll stay at the
krlington hotel in Hot Springs for three weeks It will be their
3th vacation trip there.
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It was steak for the Hon. James MacDonald, first U.S. Ambas-
Contfnuod on P*90 12 B
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Miami, Florida, Friday. September 30, 1960
Section B
At a Temple Israel function in Weatview Coun- Function featured a model exhibition of the
by Club last Saturday are (left to right) Mrs. Temple's new Community House addition.
Leopold L. Schwartz, Mrs. Jay R. Schwartz, (See "Charmingly Yours," Page 9-B.)
Mrs. Stuart Gordon, and Mrs. Nathan Lee.
Membership Parties to Launch New
Year for Council of Jewish Women
MRS. WltUAM IRENNER
Women Plon
Membership Push
Mrs. Max Stadler, over-all vice
president of membership for Bran-
deis University National Women's
Committee, held a luncheon at the
Delano hotel on Sept. 15 for area
membership chairmen. Plans for
the membership drive to be held
Friday. Oct. 21, were completed.
The intensive drive will be cul-
minated by a series of get-together
coffees.
"The Brandeis Story." of the
dedication of 70,000 women across
the country in their support and
maintenance of Brandeis Univer-
sity Library will be related to
guests at each of the homes.
Area chairmen are Mesdames
Leon Allen, Jerome Halperin, Mor-
ris Marder, Paul Meidenberg. Irv-
ing Rothman. Actively assisting in
spearheading the drive for new
members were Mesdames Ben Zion
Ginsburg, past president and mem-
ber of the national annual member-
ship committee; Lawrence Kline,
former national board member and
presently serving on the national
membership committee; and Solo-
mon Margolis, president of me
Greater Miami chapter of Bran-
deis University national Women's
Committee.
Starting the new year in their
new quarters at 1317 Biscayne
Blvd., the Greater Miami Section,
National Council of Jewish Women,
is using a fresh approach to ac-
quaint new members with its pro-
gram.
Mrs. William I. Brenner, mem-
bership vice president of Section,
said that the divisions have aban-
doned their traditional member-
ship teas. Instead, each will have
the first meeting in the form of a
membership party on Wednesday.
Council members are asked to
bring one or more new members
as their admission to these par-
ties.

Bay Division will have a mem-
bership brunch at t h e Balmoral
hotel at 11 a.m. Council's projects
will be illustrated in a musical
skit, "Can-Can You Bring a New
Member?"

Biscayne Division has planned a
country fair at the Masonic Lodge,
41 Valencia ave., Coral Gables,
with a box lunch to be served at
12 noon. Old and new members
are invited to "Come to the Fair."
and to participate in a cake baking
contest.

Indian Crook Division is using an
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N. Dade Ladies
Open Season
North Dade chapter of B'nai
Brith Women held its first meeting
of the season at congregation
Yehudah Moshe on Tuesday.
Israeli fashions and jewelry were
displayed by Women's Division of
Israel Bonds. Also shown was a
demonstration of how to take a
trip with one suitcase, with clothes
by Saks Fifth Avenue.
Program chairman was Mrs.
Ralph Abramson.
Indian pow-pow theme for its skit,
"Indi-Antics." Meeting is at the
Fontainebleau hotel for lunch at
12 noon.
Islands Division will meet at the
Roney Plaza hotel for brunch at
11:30 a.m. The program. "You Plus
Service Equals Council," will fea-
ture NCJW's new film. "A Small
Triumph," recently issued by the
national office. This will be the
first showing of the film to any of
the general membership in t h i a
area.
Lincoln Division will also meet
at the Barcelona hotel, with lunch
to be served in the Granada room
at 12:30. The program, "Getting
to Know You," will feature Mrs.
Jean C. Lehman, past president of
Greater Miami Section and past
president of the Federation of Jew-
ish Women's Organizations, as
speaker. Mrs. Lehman, whose col-
umn, "We the Women," appears
regularly in the Jewish Floridian,
topic will speak on "Tapestry of
Conversation."

Shores Division has planned a
membership party around a wed-
ding theme. "Wedding" dessert will
be served at the Hurricane Harbor
res.aurant. Biscayne Blvd. and
126th St.. at 12:45 p.m.

Sunsot Division will hold its
membership party at the Miami
Springs Country Club at 11:30 a.m.
After lunch, members will present
a musical revue, "Council in Or-
bit," depicting Council's services.
*
Evening Division's membership
party will also be held on Wednes-
day at the home of Mrs. Sid Lan-
ger, 4209 Granada Blvd.. Coral
Gables, at 7:30 p.m. The party
will carry out a political theme,
and will acquaint new members
with Council through a skit en-
titled "Council Caucus."



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The Sweet Tomh for After Fast
By LEAH LEONARD
Holiday time brings occasions for
entertaining family and Jriends, so
is a wise homemaker who does
her special baking early We like
lo keep our cookie container well
pilled with cookies, for instance,
in case we run short of a Yom
l"ov special cake. We suggest the
(following easy-to-bake "sweets" to
suit all tastes, from nibbling teen-
jgers to Babbas and Zaidas:
Here's an idea for an uncooked
fruit cake we think you will like
lo make right now or tuck away
In your recipe file for use at some
special occasion. It looks and tastes
[ike more. And so easy to mix up
pnd store in your refrigerator, at
jeast ten days before serving time.
Uncooked Fruit Cake Supreme
1 pound seeded raisins, cut fine
1 pound pitted dates, unsugar-
ed, cut or diced fine
1 pound black mission figs,
1 pound walnuts, chopped fine
after shelling
12 marashino cherries, halved or
quartered
Grated rind of Vi large orange
Grated rind of 1 lemon
1-3 cup dark brown sugar, firmly
packed
A dash of salt
1 teaspoon ground nutmeg
2 teaspoons cinnamon
V4 teaspoon ground ginger
| V* cup thick orange juice, un-
strained (or frozen kind)
3 tablespoons rum or brandy
| M cup fine dry cake crumps, op-
tional
[Combine the prepared dried
nits, nuts, maraschino cherries
pd grated fruit rinds in a mixing
rl. Mix sugar, salt, spices and
is together with the first mix-
re until well coated. Add the
nge juice and rum or brandy,
ing with two forks. Press this
iily into a loaf pan, 8 x 4 x 21 j
le size, that has been greased
salad oil and lined with wax
er or aluminum foil. Press
vn and smooth over the top.
inkle with dry cake crumbs,
ess down again.
Cover with aluminum foil and Variation 3: Brush tops of cook-
store in the refrigerator about lOjies while warm, with evaporated
days before unmolding. May be milk, and press a alnut or almond
garnished with pecan halves, cut'half on *e1fferoT"each cookie. Re--*
maraschino cherries or just dusted ] (urn to hot oven for 2 minutes or
with confectioners' sugar a fewslip under broiler flame to lightly
minutes before serving. Remove brown.
the top covering, place a flat serv-i ,. .. .. .
ng plate over, and holding plate V31'0" 4: Combine 1 cup sift-
ed filled pan firmly together, turn ^cd c"f" leftly. The cake will come out eas'enough eva)oratd4. mllk t0 make
ily. Remove the wax paper or foil f sm,0(,lh. paste' ^"V1" some buJ:
lining and decorate or dust with, ter that has been heated in a small
sugar. Slice down into / i n c h : saucePan ui brown and add M tea-
slices, then lengthwise 2 or 3 times. fpoon Jnstant .f0"*?."1* thoro,,Sh-
ly and spread a little on top of
Tiny mints, white or colored ion hand, some in the refrigerator.
* I Serve plenty of frozen fruit juices
Culinary Cut: Keep plenty of and chilled canned mixed fruit
soda, ginger ale, other soft drinks drinks. Wine? Of course.
some of the baked cookies while
warm.

Let the little daughter make
these they're that easy:
Unbaked Chocolate Cookies
Basic Recipe
1 cup (6-ounce) semi sweet
chocolate morsels
4 tablespoons light corn syrup
1 tablespoon water
2 cups your favorite ready-to-
eat dry cereal
Emergency Cookies. Basic Recipe
V* cup vegetable shortening
Vi cup granulated sugar
1 cup brown sugar tightly pack-
ed
2 eggs
1 cup evaporated milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
2s/* cups sifted all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
'2 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup slivered blanched al-
monds
_ In top of your double boiler com-
Cream shortening, addmg granu- bine lhe chocolate morsels, corn
lated sugar gradually, then the syrup and water keepmg ,t over
brown sugar and eggs while con-, hot not boiling water only m the
tinumg to mix or beat with a wood-; mixture is blended. Remove from
en spoon till well combined Stir hot water and stir in the dry cerea,
in milk to which vanilla has been, Drop from the tip of a teaspoon on
added. Sift together flour, salt, bak- a waxpaper lined cookie sheet,
ing soda and stir into the creamed j Chill t#u fjrm yields 30 to 36 cook-
mixture. Dust the prepared al-Jies
monds with a little of the dry mix-
ture before stirring in last. Chill' Variation 1: Use only 3 table-
in the refrigerator 1 hour. Drop spoons syrup and substitute any
by teaspoonfuls 2 inches apart on one of the following for the cereal:
a greased and flour dusted cookie
sheet. Bake 8 to 10 minutes at 375
F. or till lightly browned. Yields
approximately 4 dozen cookies.
Variation 1: Add 1 cup finely cut
dates, dried black figs, seeded rais-
ins or moist shredded coconut to
basic mixture. Dust a little flour
lightly over the cut dates or dried
fruit before combining for best re-
sults.
Variation 2: Add 2 ounces of
shredded semi-sweet chocolate to
Basic Mixture, cr, omit the al
monds.
1U cup mixed candied fruit bits
(W pound)
1 cup coarsely chopped salted
peanuts or pecans
lMi cup finely cut light or dark
raisins i seedless)
1 cup finely cut up dates (6V4
ounce package)
Variation 2: Or use Basic Recipe
Mixture and drop half teaspoon-
tfuls on aluminum lined cookie
sheet then decorate with
Bits of slivered almonds
Tinted cocoanut
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Beach Playgrounds Reveal Programs
with the day and hour it is offered,
Week." Each nejgh-jwilj be available aj; tha^iime,*
Recreation Department's big pro Ic.S th I ?Z ,"!? ^ bort,ood park and PWd .
eram of after school .JLuT | fiauned ^ w^k of O^1-3. Monday, Miami Beach will be staffed by,
gram px after-school actmties 1 through Saturday, as "Playground! adult directors ready to sign up the I grounds/
youngsters for any or all activities through the schools to all student*
offered the various age groups. Ajby the Miami Beach Recreation
daily program lifting each activity,. Department. The booklet, with a
message by Jack Woody, superin-
tendent of recreation, lists numer-
ous activities, age groupings, lo-
A folder. "Welcome to Our Play-1 cations of municipal playgrounds,
will be distributed tennis centers and swimming pools.

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of the Lulab
In his great 18th Century work on "The Ceremonies
of the Jews",-Bernard Picard pictured the Succoth.
procession of the palms in a Portugese synagogue,
as prescribed in Lev. 23:40: "And ye shall take...
boughs of palm trees (lulah)... and ye shall rejoice
before the Lord your God seven days."
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Coi Wertfc Due
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THE BEST ONES WCN
Ite great day rs ever, the Msaxt: HrraM -Onh af the Year
1 ro w <4 (W jadces, AE lhw|> the
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Cei Werta ia be a: the Eden
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Mrs Saaaaet T
a< Coral Gable* Shell pre-
seac Mrs Saparo with the Woaaaa
of Valor award a rt rnatottos of
her -i-miaag work rnth the
Mi of Israel
Looking ore? the ptuuioui for an upcoming Women's Division.
State of Israel Bonds function are Mrs. Samuel T. Saptro. vice
chairman; Mrs. lack Kntnnan. general rhaiinmn: and Mrs,
Jack C. rVxaxk vice <
Parents to Visit New Beach High
Mr*
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Cyneu. Why* B*caas
tat&e gsrl a? of
party table was Harel
LaM
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the chahtreu were her wry own. Let sae see there's
Wavrw Tad aad Bate*. The oldest aad the
Ma. aad are ahke *s :o peas to a pod. both aa
Whea I called RaseL she as past reading aa artacae is
ec -Why Young Mothers Fee* Trapped Haart drttaaaeiy Neat feel
that ay. She as ovate besy math ail of her ceaaaaaaaaty arulrataes. an-
rliamg the Sisterhood of Teoaple Emaan-EL of watch she has beea
president She says she u sorry that she uat artistic, and has ae
UK-bo? except to aaafce everybody happy That is indeed a hobby
The ahnie faaatly eats daaaer tugether every evening They always
fire feet aa diameter ha the
the aevetety has wars afL
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Peer aa a hail. Haael sneaks away
aaaav aad they pa ftshmz Bet asost of the taste, a is all
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Be Cited Here
Mrs Saarael T Saptro. of Coral
Gabaes. aran Tecerce the "Woaaaa
of Valor- award Oct. U at the
Eden Bee hotel for her arark anth
the Woaaen's Dirisaoa. State of Is-
rael Bonds.
The haaar ligaatifr Mrs. Saptro
has purchased and sold $10,000 a
Sute of Israel Beads The proaa-
iseat ceaaaaaaaty aioisa ariO also
be -matted with the Exodos
Aard is recocaitioe of her
ed efforts aad leaderibip oa
of Israel
Each parent ariB f* darectly to
I sea's or daafhter's Boom
aad froca thea oa arill foUeat
refalar daily class sehedaal
Mrs Leoa Green, prtiadent af
the Parent-Teachers Assec.. arUl
address the |ianati. and read the
estisiated baidaei fer 19av-lMi
MmiiKTapbtd copies af the
ariQ be at each desk.
Baser -school"' is
will report as the cafeteria for re-
Mrs
is PTA
be Mrs. LaV
Jaamal. Ed-
Mania Solo-
Irriac Sazea
Bersard Shot-
Ph-Jhp Podel
aaherf. special
a v a r d s: Jaaefh Verdooe run-
aiade: B. Schaaaaaasayer. sanshaat;
Gerald Pert, Tag Day; |adrc-v Fr
Kassj
Cease,
Maths
Zee.
Middle East aaaay tunes. She re-
ceetly letaiacd frora her tenth
Mrs Saptro has served Hadas-
r the past 25 years, and holds
a Mfe aat lahn i hip ta the American
Jewish Coazress. Five hundred
are expected to attend the
Academy Women
Launch
be wMt there lea years ace.
Mrs. Leo Erewa chart darectoi
M Arab haws* that the Krewas
Hivim adopted the slogan.
"Growing With Your Child."' the
Ifebrem Academy PTA is plaoaiaf
a series of tea lectures fer the cur-
rent school year. Mrs Jack Bncbt-
PTA president, revealed
Wedatsdaj.
These lectures will revolve
the Jewish boadays. and
ariB be designed to acquaint the
parents with customs and cere-
aaonaes pertahunc to each festival.
Mrs Fred Zisqimi parent educatioa
chaimian. Aated.
First disrussaoo greup net hi
Mrs ZtaQuat's heaae. IBIS Lenox
ere.. Monday Rabbi Alexander S
Gross, principal of the Academy.
Woas.-ed New Year cashaaat.
TilJis
Mrs Irriac ErsenrtaC Mrs. David
Sbeidoa aad Mrs Sam Starhe.
The evening ariB center araaad
the PTA theme 'Key te the Class
ream Teachers aad Subjects."
Mrs. Alan Jay will he installed
president of the Bay of Hope
chapter of the Jewish National
Home far hathmahr Chaahn at
Denver in rfwin Oct. S at the
Sherry Froatenac hotel
Other officers to be installed far
the new organoatiaa are Mesdaaaes
AI Abraaas. Mama GreiseL and
Sen. Harry P
the United
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charge af rescnitaani are Mrs.
Cart! on Blake, nee am ah at a*
aaeasbership, aad Mrs Yvette Stf-
berger. ce-chaamaan
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day eveaenx at Flagter Temple
Dastnct deputy grand chart Shir-
ley Bach officiated Mrs M. Lubin
as Flagter Temple's most excellent
chart
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HaB. BIS NW 4th a Mrs. Kay Con-
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Friday. September 30. 1*>G0
-Jewish ftorktiain
Academy PTA
Plans Reception
For Faculties
Parent-Teachers Asgn. pi jjjc He-
brew Academy will tender a recep-
tion to members of the Hebrew and
English faculty on Sunday evening,
at the Fontainebleau hotel.
Recently-elected officers of the
PTA will be installed. Installation
will be by Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal of the Academy.
To be installed are Mesdames
Jack Buchsbaum, president; Leon-
ard Rosen, Theodore Nelson,
Emanuel Finkel and Matthew Zuck-
erman, vice presidents; Fred Zis-
qnit. treasurer; .Milton Ehrenreich,
recording secretary; Gerald Green-
berg and Abe Hoffenberg, corres-
ponding secretaries; Louis Bunim,
social secretary; Nathan Spiegel-
man, parliamentarian; Aaron S.
Lauer, chaplain; Isidore Dickman,
historian.
Also to be honored are the more
than 50 new parents who have
joined Uie Academy's PTA.
Using the theme if 'This Year
We Build," parents will have an
opportunity to obtain a detailed
description of the projected build-
ing from James Garland, consult-
ing architect from the firm of Con-
Hell, Pierce, Garland, and Fried-
man, and Morris Lapidus, of Lapi-
dus, Kornblath, Harle, and Lieb-
man, who will be present.
Mrs. Herbert Berger, outgoing
program chairman, will introduce
members of the faculty. Each
teacher will be pinned by Mrs.
M. H. Rosenhouse, a past president
of the PTA.
Mrs. Jonah Caplan, immediate
past president, will introduce the
new officers. Chairman of the eve-
ning will be Mrs. Emanuel Finkel.
Part of the music program will
include songs from Israel pertain-
ing to the holiday of Sukkoth which
is to be celebrated beginning Oct.
110. Ami Gilad, a member of the
Israel Sabra Dancing and Singing
(-rbup, which recently completed
a tour of South America and will
be appearing at Copa City this win-
ter, is scheduled to present this
unusual program through song
and acordian.
Page 7-B
Blind Mother Learns to Live With Her
Handicap-and to Write a Fearless Book
Courageous woman faced the truth about her marriage.
Shoshana Ladles Hear Panelists
Shoshana chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women held its first meeting of
the 1960-61 club year on Tuesday
svening at Dade Heights Jewish
Center. *
Panel discussion highlighted
"Are We Doing too Much for Our
Children Today?" Guest and mod-
erator was Mrs. Solomon Wurch.
counselor from Jewish Family and
Children's Service.
Panelists were Edwin Marshall,
principal, Scott Lake Elementary
School; Dr. Stanley Rosenthal.
pediatrician; and Dr. Richard
Greenbaum, child psychologist.
Mrs. Irving Finn is program vice-
president.
.. ^t^$pexil Report
Tomi Keitlcn, who worked for
many years with the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith as di-
rector of its Springfield, Mass., of-
fice, tells an incredible and inspir-
ing story in her autobiography,
"Farewell to Fear," which is be-
coming a new best-seller.
Tomi's story of how she learned
to live with sudden blindness is
much more than a courageous wom-
an's triumph in overcoming her
handicap it is a stirring account
of hew the human spirit, when fac-
ed with an overwhelming crisis,
can conquer fear.
Her book demonstrates with
heart-breaking, yet inspiring, truth
that the human will can face up to
the worst that life offers. Lectur-
er, business executive, social serv-
ant, mother and fighter in the
ranks of Jewry, Tomi Keitlen, aid-
ed by her seeing-eye dog Duchess,
has explored new human adven-
tures since her blindness. She has
learned to ski and mountain climb,
has traveled alone throughout the
world, met new tests of courage
and made new discoveries about
herself.
And it was not all easy. She had
to face the truth about her mar-
riage, learn to rear her daughter
alone, build a new career, make a
new home in a strange city, resist
the well meant efforts of those who
tried to keep her dependent and
conquer her own weakness. How
she accomplished this is told wi:h
candor and courage in a book that
will give you new hope and insight
into your own life.
"Farewell to Fear," written with
j Norman M. Lobsenz, is published
by Bernard Geis Associates. (S3.95)
Fashion Festival
Slated for Beach
Fashion spotlight of the world
will focus locally Feb. 7, when Mi-
| ami Beach hosts the first annual
International Fashion Festival at
the Miami Beach Convention Hall.
Directed by executive producer
'Jerome J. Berger. the month-long
festival will be highlighted by a
week's display of American manu-
facturers' exhibits and the pres-
ence of the world's leading courl-
ouriers.
Expected are such giants of the
industry as Paris' Nina Ricci and
Balenciaga, Rome's Simonette and
1 Fontana. London's Norman Hart-
nell and Worth, plus representa-
tive* from Madrid, West German,
Israel, Mexico and Rio De Janeiro.
Nine special events are planned
jwith producer Berger anticipating
the greatest furor from the pres-
ence of the continent's most prom-
inent haute couture mannequins.
Fashion Show
Held in Gables
Coral chapter of the American
! Medical Center at Denver heir"
Ian opening membership brunch at
the Women's Club of Coral Gables
[on Wednesday noon.
Mrs. Irving Rubenstein was chair-
I man of the afternoon, with Mrs.
Harry 8. Schwartz assisting in the
. presentation of a fashion show by
[Parson's of Coral Way.
Funds will go to the Eleanor
Roosevelt Foundation for Cancer
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JewisHkrkMan
Friday, September 30. I960
Roslyn Caplan's
Troth Revealed
Hz. and Mrs. Fred Rosengarden
arnounce the engagement cf her
daughter. Roslyn Mae Caplan. to
Mr Edward Suss.
The groom-to-be is the son of
Mr. and Mrs Sidney Suss, of Coral
Gables. Miss Caplan is the daugh-
ter of the late Mr. Sidney Caplan.
She attended T o w s o n State
Teachers College and the Baltimore
Institxie. Mr. Suss is a graduate of
Harvard University
A midwinter wedding is planned.
Jacobs, Chaiken
Exchange Vows
Mrs Ann Jacobs and Mr Hejer
Chaiken were married Sept. 14 in
Nee York City
Mrs. Chaiken is the former Marx-
Ford, of television station WTYJ.
iad* station WMIE. and The Mi-
ami News
Her tow sons are Capt. Alvin
Medic Defends
Milk in Diet
Taking issue with recent slate-
mrnls that milk should be elimi-
nated from the diet of older per.
sons, Dr. Martin S. Belle this week
labeled such opinions as "wholly
\ insupportable and contrary to re-
sults shown in medical research.
Dr. Belle, president-elect of the
Heart Assn. of Greater Miami ,in a nationally known leader in the
field of cardiology, with articles
frequently appearing in medical
journals, was featured speaker at
a dinner meeting of the Women's
Division of the Miami-Dade County
Chamber of Commerce. President
Maxine Pitts presided at the meet-
ing held at the Biscayne Terrace
hotel.
Included in the audience, in addi-
tion to members of the Women's
Division, were student nurses and
representatives of senior citizen
groups throughout Dade county.
Stressing the importance of prop-
er diet in attaining long life. Dr.
Jacobs stationed in Germany and Making -j^,, for Ae Sponsors' Luncheon on the home of Mrs. Jack Katzman. 3122 Puiefree Bee stJtcd tna, it was imporUnt
- ii r Jaco6s- ox ,Dd,*n- Oct. 12 at the EcUn Roc hotel which will honor dr., this week for a planning session. Left to ,0 watch the mtake ^ caiorjes and
Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. are these ladies of the riaht are Mrs. Samuel Sakrais. Mrs. Miriam ikeep weight at a sensible level.
Women's Division. State of Israel Bonds. They Press. Mrs. Kalxman. Mrs. Harry Platofl and ..owever eliminating milk from
were port of a group of 35 women who met at Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, luncheon chairman. ,he die, js not advisable ncepi ia
special and highly individual cases.
Women Named To National Unit
apoii
Mr Chaiken has one son Michael
Chaiken. of Brooklyn. Y Y.
The couple will hve at 2171 SW
21st St.. Miami.
ORT Region Plans
Membership Pete
Southeast Florida region of
- American ORT will hold
a membership drive luncheon on
Tuesday noon. Oct. 4. at the Seville
hotel
-.hsn GouM. national executive
>peaker.
Fashions designed and mde in
OF.T schools aril] be shown for the
first time in Miami. Chairman of
t>-f ia] is Mrs Samuel Pollack
T Mrs Joseph
V kes .>il! make the opening ad-
The timeliness of the ORT pro-
gram and the ever-increasing needs
(C Rehabilitation hroushom Eu-
rope. Israel and North Africa make
It imperative that ORT increase
i:< membership to support the 600,
schools at w hich thousands may
learn skills to make them s*u*-< A ItfvltMmM I lni\#
svppon:ng and self-respecting." **M **
*->. Wilkes said.
Mrs Samuel Slosberg is in
groups needed by people of all
Mrs. Solomon B Margolis. pres- been appointed to the national an- &* "* f" *
idem of the Greater Miami chap nual and life membership commit- [lat*]T"T,rul
taken each day, it is difficult to
get the amount of calcium neces-
sary in the well balanced diet,"
ter of Brandeis University National tee.
Women's Committee, has received gig, Ben Zion Ginsberg, a past
official word from Mrs. Harold president of. the local Brandeis
Goldberg, national president, of chapter and former member of the s ^_ ___;
the appointment of two members national board, has also received
of the Greater Miami board to this honor.
sr\e on national committees.
_ ... The official notification now
Vr*.Jiwre1nwe C ^ m*^* a total of three Greater Mi
trc^ M.aam.n^artnhas am. women who have received this dance Saturday cv,ing in sklar
on the Greater Miami board, has ^^^j ^^ Wlthin ^ past Audi,orium p^gnm will feature
year Previously. Mrs. Sydney M. a catered dinner and floor show.
Schwartz was elected to the na
tional board.
Men's Club Sponsors Event
Men's Club of Temple Ner Tamid
is sponsoring a post-Vom Kippur
Sugarine Can
Help Your Fall
Fashions Fit
Dale Regent, president, is chain
man of the event.
The Brandeis National Women's
MOtTOff MART
Picks Mrs. Grant
charge of recreations.
Committee has assumed complete SistOfhood Slofes P/fff
responsibility for the support and
The new fall and winter fasnions maintenance of the library at the "First Nighters." under the aus-
1 are in. and every one of the design- university. A non fund raising or- pices of Temple Ner Tamid Suter-
ers stresses the pencil-slim, slend- ganization. it supplies all books, hood, will present "Night of Janu-
cr lino Don't be discouraged when recordings and microfilms, and fi- ary 16th" at Sklar Auditorium on
you try on these new styles. nances the purchase of equipment, Oct. 22 and 23. The play is a mys-
" We have a partner in our corner th* "*""* <* tD* buildings tery-drama without a pre-arranged
helping us fight the battle of the ^J^.'^^!.** **" P"** "* .*" *U1 selected
bulge." Called Sugarine. a no cal-
of professional librarians.
from the audience.
Mrs. Morton iMiriam) Grant. one h id sweetener_ lts actually
of Coral Gables. wiU serve during swceSer than sugar- comes in con-
the coming year as a member of centrated form, yet without any
Na
the
artificial taste. Best of all. it has
Cptro Company Opening ^ Uniws|ty ^ Alabama
U0fl Opera of Miami will open ">*> Alumni CouncU for me absolutely no food value,
hs third Light Opera season with Women's Division. ^ ^.^ |qo ^^ g ^^
George Gershwin s popular Amer- a graduate of .Alabama. Mrs. bottle will sweeten more than 700
ican musical. "Of Thee I Sing." Grant has been active in the Amer- one teaspoonful to equal 16 of >ug-
The work, w ill be presented in Dade jcn Assoc. of Nniversity Women, ar. and a tablespoon is the equiva-
Cour.iy Au-;tonum on Oct. 7 and Women's Auxiliary of Mt Sinai >ni of a cupful of sugar. You can
8 at ? 30 p.m. Appearing in the Hospital, and Women s Committee measure it bv the drop from a
production is Edwrard DePaul. who of Brandeis University iand% MlruvnX^^rMaTCer She as national chairman of her On" cereal or in,,,. ,n desserts
O-herLWM^aToAteswh^wdl *' *ore"y- **" D*" T"u- a"d for Cklng- *5 yOU "^
aiso oe in kfte cast are Flora Lex j b docors tor diabetics, over
Iran. Joseph Knisely. Olin Fisher. Wlm UWI S^up
Rod Camp. Clarence Langer. Her- Mrs. Grant was listed in the
bert HcOmsy, Ailene Edgeworth. first issue of Who's Who in Amer-
and Chns Broozino. ican Women."
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announces fall ooening of his
s. and low calorie diets, it
is perfectly harmless and safe lor
children or grown-ups.
So stop taking the "calorie count"
when your sweet-tooth gets the
best of yam Your life can be sweet-
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Miami Women's L'nit of United
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Friday, September 30, 1960
+Jewlst> tUrldtian
Page 9-B
A#ESTVIEW Country Club was
" the scene Saturday night of
the first in a series of cocktail
and dinner parties sponsored by
Temple Israel for its members.
When the series is complete, ev-
ery member will have been in-
vited to attend a party, purpose
of which is to acquaint the con-
gregation with the need for a new
building project which will com-
prise the Temple's proposed Com-
munity House and Sunday School.
A model of the proposed building
was unveiled Saturday.
Wife of the chairman of the
campaign, Mrs. Sam Levenson,
wore a black and white print
dress with a full lantern type
sleeve. Her skirt featured con-
trolled fullness. Also in black and
white was Mrs. David Hochberg.
Her sheath was of a sheer im-
ported cotton, with the white of
the patterned print reembroider-
cd in white iridescent sequins.
Mrs. Harold Thurman selected
a hand-screened print in jewel
lone multicolors. Her neckline
was a low scoop in the front and
dipped to lower decolletage in
back. The puffed sleeves were of
white organdy sprinkled with
rhinestones, with a scalloped par-
asol type of oversleeve in the
print fabric. Her bodice was fit-
ted, and her skirt was full.

BLACK was the color chosen by
"* two women at the same table.
Mrs. Max V. Cogen selected silk
jersey with Grecian draping. Her
matching sweater was embroider
ed with black sequins and pail
Idles in a diamond pattern. Mrs
Irvin Korach, who with her archi
tect husband, unveiled the build
ing model which he helped de
sign, wore silk crepe in a sheath
style. Her neckline was a V both
front and back, and her dress
featured a wide cummerbund ef-
fect of peau dc soie.
Pink over pink was the color
iombination chosen by Mrs.
A. J. Harris, whose husband is
president of the congregation.
Her sheath was of alencon lace
over silk satin. The dress was
one she had made on a recent
vi>it in Hong Kong.
Mrs. Sam Goldstein selected
a white silk with a black coin dot
print. The upper part of her bod-
ice was of sheer black silk organ-
za. Also choosing a combination
of fabrics was Mrs. Abe Fine,
whose black silk crepe featured
a chantilly lace topping.
Mrs. Harold Spaet chose a most
becoming moonstone grey silk
chiffon over satin. The sheath was
molded from an Empire waist-
line emphasized in satin. Her por-
trait neckline was softly gather-
ed, creating a radiating effect,
which was continued in the ab-
breviated jabot insert.

TONES and shades of greens
blended in the print worn by
Mrs. Leopold Schwartz. Her bod-
ice was of silk chiffon styled in
the blouson effect, with her skirt
in a matching satin print sheath.
Mrs. Maurice Rich selected a
black sheath with full puffed
sleeves of white organdy, featur-
ing the organdy-on-organdy in
petal appliques. At the head table.
Mrs. David Fleeman wore a white
silk linen sheath which set off
her dark hair.
Mrs. William D. Singer brought
back her dress fabric from Japan,
and made her shirtwaist style
dress of black silk organza which
featured foliage embroidery.
Chatting with her at the cocktail
party was Mrs. Sam Luby, who
chose a royal blue pure silk al-
paca two-piece ensemble.
Mrs. Marshall Stein w o r e a
shirtwaist style with the bodice
of black alencon lace, and the
skirt of oyster white peau de soie.
Her skirt achieved its fullness
with minature pleats. The~eter
Pan collar was double tiered.
Simchas lorah Celebration
Sinn-has Torah celebration will
be held at the David Pinski Folk
School, 1534 Washington ave., on
Friday evening, Oct. 14. The cele-
bration is scheduled for the Seville
hotel.
Bing Crosby and Fabian are roommates in the freshman dorm
in the hilarious college comedy, "High Time." In Cinema-
Scope and Deluxe Color, it co-stars Tuesday Weld and Nicole
Maurey, and is currently showing at the Carib, Miami, Miracle
and Wometco's new 163rd Sheet Theatre.
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Post-Yom Kippur Donee
Post-Yom Kippur dance sponsor-
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will lake place at the Delmonico
hotel on Saturday evening. Oct. 1.
Mrs. Ray Morse and Mrs. Leo Son-
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Friday, September 30, i960
Rabbi Weiitreb
Heads Yeshiva
Rabbi Ger>hon \V e 1 n r e b. of
Brooklyn. NY. was appointed
Rosh Yeshiva and professor of Tal-
mudic studies of the new Mesifta
High School which opened Mon-
day. Sept. 19. at 710 Meridian ave..
Miami Beach.
A student of the Mesifta Chaim j
Berlin, one of the outstanding Jew-
ish Rabbinic Seminaries in the
United States. Rabbi Weinreb re-
red bia rabbinical ordination in
1952.
New Air Service Inaugurated Here
Pearly Gait
V Hal Pearl
Conferring fh* degree upon
ti'm was Rabbi Isaac Hutner,
dean and president of that insti-
tution. From 1952 to 1958, Rabbi
Weinreb took advanced rabbinic
studies in the graduate school of
Mesifta Chaim Berlin. Prior to
OBSERVATIONS OF A TIRED TRAVELER: Its good to be back
in Miami.
Nice to have a lot of palms out to greet you (that is, the ones that
ucrer. t blowr. de\m by Donna.)
1: was a long, long journey, close to 6 500 miles by auto, touch
ing 15 cities, nt hiding a hop across the border to Toronto.
Mayte one reason the summer season didn't craw its usual quota
of tourists to our far-flung row of hotels and motels was that the weath-
er in m t and east tru unusuaily cool with few and rare ex
i opt
It was strange for me to wear a jacket ard tfe and felt com-
fortable in traffic and out, in the usually hot-as-blaies cities like
Detroit, Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh.
There's been a lot of talk about the rapidly diminishing over-sized
fifjhi ,.jf, hat were so profuse at one time here, 'like the Latin Quar-
or. Beachcomber, etc \ But those type of clubs have also disappeare..
'rom Detroit Cleveland, and Pittsburgh downtown areas, too. and New
York can only support two. the Latin Quarter and Ccpacabana.
The local strip clubs are being continually harassed by the author
.ties because according to them, they are bad for the tourist trade. On
he other hand. Detroit which frowned on them for years, recently
ipened a large Convention Hall, and the spots with strip dancers (or
exotics" a- they prefer to have them called) are springing up al!
ver Motor Town. The City Fathers there believe they are necessary
>art ot the overall clan to make conventioners feel they are having
he time of their lives something they can talk about to their home
oik.
One of the big, surprises of the trip i the phenomenal com-
mercial growth of Toronto. Every day *n old building is torn down
somewhere in that crowded Canadian metropolis to make way for
a towering office boiWing.
Giant industries from here and abroad are setting up headquarter-
here, and money is flowing like water (or, better yet, like that tast>
'anadian ale>. Strangely enough, wilh all the newcomers taking uj
.uarters in Toronto, many old-fashioned laws are still rigidly enforced
ike the closing of all places of entertainment and drinking i alcohol ic
jn Sunday, including movie theatres. Night clubs and bars must close
it midnight Saturday, and at 1 am other mornings.
As a result, package stores do a landslide business Saturday, be
cause everybody has a '"cocktail" party on Sunday at home.
Traffic problems (just too many autos everywhere and not enough
?xpressways and adequate highways) are confronted in every metro
politan center. Even Detroit's famed expressways slow down to a walk
faring rush hours, with bumper-tobumper tralfic crawling along.
In many cities, city planners are blueprinting large downtown
aroas (Pittsburgh especially) for a return to urban living, replacing
o*d warehouses, office buildings and factories, with modern tower-
ing multi-unit apartment houses.
The planning experts figure if everybody moves to the suburbs.
it'll be almost impossible in a few years to provide enough expressways
and highways to give them room to and from the downtown areas. Any
the advisory com- way j^ ^v.- far out in the suburbs can you goand still get to work
A new low-cost air service be-
tween Miami and major cities in
Panama, Colombia, Peru, Chile
and Argentina was inaugurated
Monday by PeruTran AirtimTv ttre
international flag carrier of Peru.
Dr. Maximo Cisncros of Lima,
Peru, president of the airline, said
the new route, recently authorized
by President Eisenhower, began
southbound service with radar-
equipped DC-6 planes from Miami
to Panama City. Lima, Santiago
Chile, and Butncs Aires, Argen-
tina.
PefuTTJrMirJircs, ufMfcr its new
permit from the Civil Aeronautics
Board, is also aUhcrized to offer
i the first non-step service between
Miami and Bnrranquilla. Colombia.
Cisneros said the Bcrranquilla run
/ill begin in the near future.
(AMI GIBSHON WCJNtEB
bis arrival here, he was an in-
structor of Talmud at the West
Coast Taimudical Seminary at
Los Awn Us, Calif.
According to Rabbi Alexander
S. Gross, principal, the Mesifta
High School ha- been named the
Loeis Merwitzer High School "in
tribute to Memwtzer's philanthrop-
ic and communal activities and
dedication to the Hebrew Academy.
Charter members of the Louts
Merwitzer High School are Rabbi
H. Louis Rottman. Merwitzer, Sam-
uel Reinhard. Jerry Scheeter, Rab-
bi Morris L. Horovitz, and Alex-
ander Moskovit.-
Members of
mittee are Aaron S. Lauer. Moe Ume ^me from the office before midnight?
Grundwerg. Dr. lrwin H. Makov
>ky. and Rabbi Gross.
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ed > enter ee raaaiav
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and varied aaw fawantae far yew.
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diaoart frora S p.ai to
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1 wasn't envious watching disgruntled burghers in those Northern
cities shell out fresh cash to replenish winter and fall wardrobes. It felt
eeod. because we don't have to change our attire from light to heavy
far Miami's winters .(Awright. so we have one or two "cool" days!)

WHAT'S NEW IN OUR fART OF THE WOODS: Those extra large
po*h back and rocking chair type seats (1.265 of 'em) in Wometco's new
163rd Street Theatre are a real delight. You can really stretch out your
legs and flop your arms in comfort.
Tip to local movie theatres: There's a lot of profit at the box-office
to the manager who books "Private Property," an off-beat but most
exciting (and sexy) movie. No top names, but the acting and action are
really somethingespecially the leading lady, a curvy blonde, who's
ready to join the Monroe-Mansfield brigade of screen stunners
Pepe." the new two-a-day epic which will replace "Ben-Hur" at
the Lincoln oa Doc. 23, stars Caatiaflas (remember him in "Around the
World m B ays"?) and more than three dozen of Hollywood's biggest
names, K's Columbia Picture's blockbuster for 1961.
+ *
ON THE BRIGHT LIGHT SCENE: Pierre Kuneyl. the old French
menu magiciaa. has worked wonders at the Bonfire with Ins gourmet
masterpieces. Pierre, who just celebrated his 75h birthday, has the
verve of a man a couple of decades his junior. You may remember
him from the Sans Souci and Versailles in the "good old hotel days"
here.
Chicken Divan is among the unusual delicacies served up tastefully
at Charys Charlie Zelenko again is handling the dining room there,
while the entertinmem in the smart and roomy lounge is under the aus-
pices of experts Cy Hall and Henry Saffay, whose brand of showmanship j
has kept the Apache Lounge jumping the past couple of years.
Harry Volpe, who has been turning them away at the South
Pacific restaurant's Bloody Mary Lounge, has throe gold trophies as
outstanding swing guitarist and is also known fer his symphony
showings.
Tin: Party-goers who know have been using Billy Bellack's orch-
estra for their festive occasions Top-grade musk-makers for entertain
mert and dancing, we've learned.
Nothing but praise greets oar ears from local diners who have
journeyed to the Candlelight Inn time and again to sample the juicy
prime ribs and succulent steaks.
Abe Gefter, long well-known in local kosher dining and hotel circles.
is making fresh news with a new tasteful catering and guest quarters
at the Cromwell hotel.
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Friday, September 30. 1960
fJewlsir fk>ridlari
Page 11-B
Lit win Homed to Board
Jacob A. Litwin, Cincinnati and
Miami manufacturer and chain
jewelry store owner, has been
elected to the board of directors of
the Life Insurance Company of
Florida, it was announced this
week by Alec Wallace, of Miami,
chairman of the board. Litwin,
64-year-old winter resident of Mi-
ami Beach for the past 25 years,
is chairman of the board of Litwin
Company of Cincinnati. The firm
also operates a chain of 27 stores
in the Midwest a"nd Southeast, in-
cluding Cunningham Jewelry
Stores of Miami.
Hi
lutlness
Specia
ve trial
eetincj,
anque!, or
I Occasion
Viewing model of Temple Israel with new leader of Temple Israel; A. J. Harris, president;
Community House addition are (left to right) and Irvin S. Korach, architect. Model was un-
Abe C. Fine; Sam C. Levenson building fund veiled at a Temple function Saturday evening
chairman; Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, spiritual at Westview Country Club
J3ar A corsage is yours free for the asking, and will be presented
by The Jewish Floridian to each mother of a Bar or Bas AAitzvah
if the request is addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973,
Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Requests may be made on
a postcard, and should include the name of the Bar Mitzvah and
date and place of the ceremony. The corsage will be forwarded
to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the Bar
Mitzvah occasion.
GtOHGt
G*org Fisher
George Fisher became Bar Mitz-
vah during Saturday morning serv-
ices, Sept. 24. at Temple Beth Am
of So. Miami.
George is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ivan Fisher, 8840 SW 61st ct.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard offici-
ated. Cantor Charles Kodner rend-
ered the musical portions of the lit-
urgy.

Avery Ugent
Bar Mitzvah of Avery Alan Ugent
took place Saturday morning, Sept.
Avar
24, at Beth David Congregation.
Guest Rabbi Seymour Fox and
Cantor William Lipson officiated.
Avery is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Ugent, 6381 SW 62nd ter.,
jSo. Miami.
Reception and dinner in Avery's
! honor followed Sunday evening at
the Dupont Plaza hotel.

Howard Stein
Bar Mitzvah of Howard Stein
took place during Saturday morn-
ing services. Sept. 24, of Temple
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Cancer Unit Meeting
First fall meeting of the Manning
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the home of R. E. Chivers, 10900
SW 67th ave., on Monday, Oct. 10,
at 10:30 a.m.
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You'll find complete
facilities to exectly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade and
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wedding or a private party I
Menorah, with Rabbi Mayer Abra-
mowitz officiating.
Howard is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Stein, 1745 Calais dr.
He attends Nautilus Junior High.
Out of town guests included
uncles and aunts, of Washington,
D.C., and New York City.
Luncheon reception followed in
Howard's honor at the Eden Roc
hotel.
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+Jewlstifhr*#*r
Friday. September 3a 1960


Announcing: ^
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Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami Rackovsky, spiritual leader of Bsth Tfilah Con-
meets for its first session of the New Year 5721. gregation, who is being congratulated for his
Left to right are Rabbi Mayer Abrainowitz, and Beth Tfilah's efforts in behcli of JNF. Not
president; Paul Weiss, recording secretary; shown are Dr. M. Safra. president of the con-
Rev. Joseph Krantz. vice president; Joseph gregation. and M. Zaieizky. vice president.
Meyers, financial secietary; and Rabbi Joseph
Braille Class to Open
Sisterhood of Temple Israel this
veek invited prospective partic-
ipants, regardless of affiliation, to
join Sisterhoods braille class which
begins Tuesday. 10 a.m.. in the
library of the Temple. Mrs Gus
Feuer. 50 Hibiscus Island, is
chairman.
Choi Chapter Dance
Thai chapter of B'nai B'rith
W nmen will hold a Yom Kippur
dance at the Casablanca hotel on
Saturday evening. Co-chairmen are
Mrs. Flora Sinick and Mrs Mar-
garet Hunter. Mrs. Max Kern is
president.
Beth Emeth Sisterhood
Beth Emeth Congregation Sister-
hood will hold a Yom Kippur night
djnce with an orchestra and re-
freshments on Saturday evening at
the congregation. 12250 NW 2nd
ave. Chairmen are Mrs. H. Rubin
and Mrs. A. Kramer.
Medical Supply Center Opens
Medical. Inc.. a patient medical
supply center, has been opened at
1535 San Remo ave.. Coral fiihlot,
1 >\ Norman J. Leventhal and Hom-
er S. Rievman. The center offers
the sick and handicapped such sup-
plies as surgical and back sup-
ports, trusses, bandages, rubber
goods, orthopedic equipment, col-
twomy appliances, and urological
aids.
Continued from Pg 1-B
sador to Israel, when he was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B.
Gross at a dinner party at the Bahama Steak House .
Harvey Fleischman. the WTVJ exec, and his Jean celebrated
15 years of wedded bliss with a weekend in Nassau via Eastern's
SS Bahama Star. .
Dr. Maxino Cisneros Sanchez and Sra. Natalia DeCisneros were
hosts at a dinner Saturday night at the Seville hotel for Peruvian
Airlines, honoring the inaugural flight of the new Miami-Lima serv
ice. .Guests included Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon and his
Sally. Miami Mayor Robert King High, Mrs. D. Lee Powell and
daughter. Councilman Harold Spaet and his SaUy. Councilman
Melvin Richard and his Janet. Judge and Mrs. Kenneth Oka. and
Miami Beach City Manager Morris Lipp and his Helen. .
Gregory Allen, son of the Albert B. Levines. 6509 Riviera dr..
will be Bar Mitzvah on Oct. 8. and Johnny Master and his orchestra
will entertain at the reception at Temple Beth Am in the Bar
Mit7vah's honor.
>
Birthdaze: It's a baby girl. Deborah Honey, born Sept 24 to
Food Fair exec Bernard Marko and Mrs. M. .
And: Born to Photographer Arthur Apple and his Dorothy, of
5536 Maggiore. Coral Gables, a daughter. Lisa Karen, on Aug. 19
at Doctors Hospital The new arrival joins Larry and Jeffrev .
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Apple, and Mrs. Judith
Wcikind. all of Miami. .
In addition: Son born to Rhona and Ed Pollack, which makes
a happy grandmother of Mrs. Daisy Lart.
Cantor Marbiny in Orlando
Rev. Herman Marchbein-Marbiny.
internationally noted cantor, is cur-
rently officiating for the High Holi-
days at Temple B'nai Sholom of
Orlando. Fla. Cantor Marbiny will
return to Miami Beach at the con-
clusion of Sukkoth to resume his
local activities. He will also com-
mute between here and New York,
w here he is dean of the Original
School for Higher Cantonal Studies
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Friday, September 30, 1960
*.Jeist) ftoridOarj
Page 13-B
Education Body Names Committees
Did Sen. John Kennedy gain
an edge over Vice President
Nixon during their historic na-
tional television encounter
Monday evening? How things
ore going for the Presidential
nominee of the Democratic
party will be revealed by his
national campaign manager,
brother Robert Kennedy, at
Bayfront Park Auditorium on
Sunday at 2 p.m., who will
also speak in Miami Beach
Auditorium the. same day at
8 p.m.
BBY0 fleets Top Officers
B'nai B'rith Young Organization
here held elections for its top three
officers last week at the Alcazar
hotel. Martin Sachs, of Shield AZA,
was named president. Vice presi-
dent for boys is Larry Shoot, Ex-
odus AZA. Delry Kleiman, of Debs
BBG, was named vice president
for girls.
Yom Kippur Might Dance
Yom Kippur night dance will be
held Saturday at Carpenter's Hall,
625 NE 131st St., No. Miami. Spon-
sors are the congregation of Tem-
ple Aduth Yeshurun.
Judge Speet to Speak
Judge Harold B. Spaet, Council-
man of Miami Beach, will be speak-
er at the luncheon meeting of Mi-
ami Beach B'nai B'rilh Lodge
Tuesday now at the DiLido hotel.
Chairman is Gershon S. Miller.
Women's Board Meeting
Board meeting of Temple Emanu-
El Sisterhood will be held Wednes-
day, 10 a.m., in Sirkin Hall.
Good Health and
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M. A. Baskin, president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, an.
nounced committee membership
for the year 1960 1961 at the last
meeting of iHr- Hwrin> Executive
board.
The budget and finance commit-
Ue, which establishes the Bureau's
annual budget and distributes
scholarship funds to qualifying
schools, is headed by Max Meisel
with Joe Cohen, co-chairman. Other
members include Sol Goldman,
Ehiel Lesowoder, Oscar Mamber,
Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner, Leo Rob-
inson, Joel Z a 1 i s and Benjamin
Meyers.
Adult education committee is now
meeting to plan for Jewish Book
Month, which will be celebrated
nationally Nov. 11 to Dec. 11. The
committee also plans the Bureau's
TV program on ch. 2 in "Living
Hebrew." Al Sherman is chairman,
Albert Beer, co-chairman, and the
membership includes Mrs. Lili Dun-
tov, Melvyn Prumkes, Abe Gittel-
son, Charles E. Gottlieb, Rabbi
Morris Graff, Mrs. Sylvia Rosen-
berg, Rabbi Morris Horovitz, Saul
Rabin, Ehiel Lesowoder, Dr. Her-
man Meyers, Dr. Jess Spircr, is chairman, with Rabbi Leon Kron-
Joshna Stadlan, Harold Thurman, ish, Dr. Herman Meyer. Mrs. Oida
Jack ToppeJl, Ben U d o f f, Mrs. Rubin, and John Temple as mem-
ricnry Weroick, Rabbi Morris Skop, bers.
Mrs. Al Stones** w" f -'* m ....
Board of review of the Bureau
The Bureau's Central Jewish ac's in a semi-judicial capacity to
Library consists of over 7,000 vol- j review complaints between teach-
umes of Judaic* with a circula- |ers an lion of over 4,000 books each Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers is
y a r. Mrs. Joseph Dunlov is
chairman of the committee. Mrs.
Joseph Abelow is co-chairman.
Members of the committee in-
elude Dr. Philip Gotlieb, Morris
Honigbaum, Dr. Isaac Unterman,
Rabbi Alfred Wax man.
chairman. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz, M. A. Baskin, Sol Goldman,
Judge Harry Greenberg, Avi Kay,
Louis Schwartzman, and Mrs. J. Z.
Stadlan and members.
Board of license of the Bureau
is recognised by the National
Board of Licenses of the American
Assoc. for Jewish Education. The
board issues licenses to Hebrew
The Bureau's building commit-
tee is headed by Charles E. Got-
tlieb, is in charge of maintenance!-------- ~~*- ^,v^
of the Bureau building, and also jtachers' Sunday school teachers,
offers assistance to Jewish schools and Pre" <*ol teachers f o r the
in the Miami area that contemplate
school building.Louis Glasser, co-
chairman, and Mrs. Matilda H. Rat-
ner complete this Committee.
pre
Greater Miami area. Sol Goldman
is chairman. Herbert Berger, Dan-
iel Broad, Rabbi Jonah Caplan,
David Freedman. Dr. Joseph Hur-
witz, Ehiel Lesowoder, Rabbi Ber-
The Personnel committee of the i nard Mussman, Saul Rabin and Dr.
Bureau is responsible for hiring of Isaac Unterman are members of
permanent professional staff for
the Bureau. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
this highly effective technical Com-
mittee.
Ehiel Lesowoder is chairman of
the Bureau teacher placement
committee, which recruits and
places teachers in all the Jewish
schools of Greater Miami. This
year, the committee has already
placed over 75 teachers in 20
schools. Rabbi Shimon Azulay,
Daniel Broad, Mrs. Berth^Jf,ap-
ian and Louis Schwartzman com-
plete the membership.
Nominations committee of t h e
Bureau is headed by Benjamin
Meyers and includes Joseph Dun-
lov, Sol Goldman, Max Meisel, Rab-
bi Morris Skop and Dr. Jess Spirer.
Two permanent committees nave
been established by the Bureau.
The public relations committee,
headed by Mrs. Louis Glasser, is in
charge of special projects of the
! Bureau for the year. This includes
I Mrs. M. A. Baskin, Ed Cohen,
{Charles E. Gottlieb, Benjamin Mey-
ers. Leo Robinson and Rabbi Al-
fred Waxman.
Teacher welfare committee, with
I Leo Robinson Chairman, is now at-
I tempting to implement a special
'retirement and insurance program
I for licensed Hebrew teachers in the
I Greater Miami area. Melvyn Frum-
Kes. is co-chairman, and Sol Gold-
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*JenisHkjrMton
Friday. September 30, I960
WW FRANK O. PRUITT & SONS
SERVING GREATER MIAMI SINCE 1923
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE A BONDS
AUTO -i f IRE WINDSTORM HOMEOWNERS
HARlinY COMPENSATION GLASS MARINE
350 N.E. 15th Street Phone FR 4-3 T69
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO AIL .
ARCADE BARBER SHOP
WAYNE FULLER, Owmf
1401 N.E. 163rd St. Open 9 'til 9 North Miami Beach
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
BOB'S RADIO & TELEVISION
VE'AEER OF THE MIAMI T E.S.A
7014-7016 S.W. 87th AVE. Miami
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Mayor Robert Kinq High and members of the
Miami City Commission unveiled a bronte
plaque last week dedicating the commission
meeting ioom at the Municipal Justice blda. to
the late Mayot Abe Aionovili. Lett to light axe
B. E. Heain. si.. Geoiqe W. DuBreuil Mayor
X DuMoiid. and Hemv Ba',~
The plaque reads: "This Commission Room is
dedicated to the memory cf Abe Aronovitz.
former Mayor of the City of Miami, for hi3 out-
standing contributions to this fair city and to
the civic pride for which he will foiever be
remembered."
Temple lamca Sisterhood Copa City Will
Reopen Dec. 1
Temple Eamon will b*W > pMt-
> K ppw dUM M Sur..v.\ c\ I
Jag in Uke > the i>m-
v i ichedvM.
Mrs Irvine DavMov is chairaMB
Mrs Nathan Pavidow
i> v. chairman.
Treachtr. Fran Warren. Arthur
Simpkins, Bobby Van. Bori*
Karloff, Billy DeWoHr, Eileen Bar-
ion. Imogene Coco. Larry Adler.
Mr. Al. Ruska, Manager of
CARIBBEAN HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN 37th to 38th Street
And his family, extend their best wishes
for a HAPPY HOLIDAY.
Bic Mwt In the entertainment Linda Darnell and Thomas Hey
n. Greater Miami U the wood. Sabra Dancers, and Celeste
ebeduled opening Dec. 1 of Copa Holm, to appear during the first
Cit\ Theater of the Star*.
two months. Gale, himself, who has
as well as abroad, will also enter-
tain.
Caribbean Congregation Ball
Sistei Caribbean Jewish
i ;ation u, .1 l!v>li
: i pot) Vom
..!.;> tvti
at t h e Cntl < Commtinttj
Hall in the Cutler Bulge Shopp.ns
:j Music will be by Hal C.rnn
Cord Party Scheduled
Comedian Alen dale is backing starred in every State in the Union.
the project to "bring back vaude-
\ilU-'-
e entertainment world needs
vaudeville as a nursery' for young
latent, and as a showcase for vet
eran performers who have enorm- Greater Miami chapter of the
" P bat ten opportun Hemophilia Foundation will hold a
lties to meet their public face-to- card p,,^. Thursday noon. Oct. 6,
iace. Gate said at ^ Delmonico hotel.
dale is duplicating the format ---------
that made the Palace on Broadway
Happy New Year to All .
CHAS. S. MEYERS, Inc.
OFFICE MACHINES & SUPPLIES
1391 N.W. 36th STREET
Phone NE 3-6543
Women Hew Guest Speaker
Temple Ner Tamid $->terhood
met Wednesday evening. Mrs Lou-
is Gtestar was guest speaker in
an iMm Hi her recent trip
*brxvJ
the drear- ,: every pertormer back
in the late lbs. Two star perform
. r- will be featured on each bill,
which will include four or more
acts. There will be two perform-
ances each night, with Dave Tyler
and his 15-pieee orchestra accomp-
anying the performers
Among the stars already signed
are Roberta Sherwood. Arthur
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*Jewlstncric/iain
Page 15-1
Yiddish Poet
Dead in Moscow
with Newman funeral Hume in
charge.
MRS. FANNIE. R. STERN
ri, of i-i.i .\\\ ijmi, ,,.,.. ,,.,, s,.:
-'" She oame her* ^i veara ago from
':nlon City, N.J Surviving are three
daughters. Including Mrs Evelyn Mbr-
rlaon nnd Mr* Bonnie Ross, Miami
two .-..,.. .111.1 ten gramichlldren. s.rv
fere Hem. -'li at Hive; si.I- Me
-moitni ('Impel, VrtfCfftly i,i,
TEL AVIV (JTA) Shmuel
Halkm, well known Yiddish author,
poet and playwright living in the
Soviet Union, died the^f. last week,
and impressive funeral services
ippwhe,if0r himJinJMoscwJastM:, of 1219 SW K.....
: Friday, the second day of Res* she ome i,.,.. ft ,..;,,.. :iK' ,-,.,;;
Hashona, according to a report l,v' l"".'1-. Burylvlng are hei hu-
brought here from Russia by Moshe
!Kol, a member of the Jewish
I Agency executive. He was 61
years old.
The services, according to Mr.
Kol, were held at Moscow's "Writ-
ers House." Among the wreaths
placed on the coffin, he stated was
one from the Israel mission in Mos-
cow and another inscribed in Yid-
dish from "the Yiddish Writers."
Mr. Halkin was born in Minsk.
'W New Wometco 163rd Street Theatre in the 163rd Street Shop-
ping Center offers a first-run policy simultaneous with Canb,
Miracle and Miami houses.
I Wometco Opens Advanced-Design
Theatre in 163rd St. Shopping Center
The Hiitial Greater Miami movie
lhou.se designed specifically for the
I big screen and stereophonic sound
lera. Wometco's 163rd St. Theatre,
lin the 163rd st. Shopping Center, is
Ithe first new indoor theatre in Dade
|county in three years.
The "Theatre of Tomorrow," as
lit's termed with the numerous in-
Inovations in movie-going pleasures
land comforts, is featuring "High
|Time," a Cinema8cope color pro-
duction, starring Bing Crosby, along
|v ith Fabian, Tuesday Weld and
Nicole Maurey.
Of two-classic design, the
theatre is built in the shape of
n inverted megaphone. The
facade is a blending of the mod-
ern with a typically tropical back-
ground. Expamiveness of treat-
ment in construction greets the
eye, with symmetrical, sweeping
lines of the building and mar-
quee, the largest ever construct-
ed her*, framed against a trop-
ical skyline.
The interior is accented by gold
land rose tones. The ceiling and
major portion of the walls are of
soft goM, while the lower walls are
luminous vinyl, which cannot be
stained or soiled. Pushback seats
of the latest design of commodious
foam rubber construction have
plastic inserts at top which prevent
soiling, and also keep them dust
free, an added boon to allergy suf-
ferers.
To aid the fine stereophonic
sound equipment, the walls and
ceiling are surfaced with acoustical
plaster.
Projection equipment, of the lat-
ent design and development, will
provide technical excellence for
all new film dimensions, including
Todd-AO, 70 millimeter, standard
35-millimeter and CinemaScope.
The theatre is completely equip-
ied for the presentation of closed
I circuit theatre-TV programs.
The screen, the largest ever in-
stalled in a local indoor movie
house, measures 30-by-60 feet.
More than 300 seats of the
ground-floor plan theatre will be
of the plush rocker type, and will
i serve as the smoking section,
| with separate aisle entrances. An
extra 10 inches of fog room is
provided for each seated patron.
The lobby has a number of in-
novations, including soda, coffee
and cigarette vending machines
built into the wall, allowing more
freedom of movement to patrons,
and less obstruction to impede on
the spaciousness and decor. Teak-
wood and gold walls highlight the
lobby with terrazo floors of rose
and gold. While waiting or relaxing
in the lobby patrons can watch TV,
with sterepbonic sound.
The rest rooms are commodious,
with vinyl and tiled walls, in gold
and rose.
The box office inset at the en-
trance, to blend into the spacious-
ness atmosphere of the patio ar-
rangement, is trimmed in rose
marble.
Parking space for more than
4,000 cars, all free, is another con-
venience for patrons.
The 163rd Street Theatre will
open daily at 11:45 a.m., and Sun-
day at 2 p.m., with continuous
showings until midnight.
ISAOOR BISCOW
72. of 700 Ocean dr.. died Sept. 2:! at
Virginia Bench. Va. He was an oper
i tor nf amusement concessions there
a member of the Miami Showman >-
tsan and ale > belonged to the Na
tlonal Showman's Assn. He Is sur-
vived by his wife, Peggy, two bro-
thers, nnd a sister. Services wer
Sept. 26 at Gordon Funeral Home.
MRS. REBECCA GOLDBERG
'.8, of J10T. SW 24th St., died Sept. 2ft.
She came here 11 jears ago from
Cleveland. Surviving are two sons. A.
David and Lawrence; a daughter. Mrs
Lillian Marmur. two brothers, a sla-
ter, and six grandchildren. Services
were Sept. 2r. at <;..r.l..n Fun. nil Home.
MRS. SADIE MANNHEIMER
71. of 10.">4 Pennsylvania ave., died
Sept. 2S. She came here 30 years ajj<
from New York, and was a member <>t
Temple Emanu-El. Surviving are her
husband. Isaac: a son. Milton, two
daughters. Including Mrs. Clara Tan-
i.-nl.aum; and a sister, Mrs. Sara
Harris, all of Miami Beach. She a s.
leaves a brother. Bervloea were Bepi
K at Newman Funeral Home.
JOSEPH J. LATIDES
72. of 8276 SW 12th at died Sept. 82.
He came here 11 years ago from
Springfield. M..ss. Surviving are his
wife. Jennie; t.> daughters. Mr. Ba-
ther Cone and Mrs. Mildred Nacht;
three brothers, a sister, and four
grandchildren. Services were Bent tl
ut Gordon Funeral Home.
HARRY CHERNER
'4. of 3068 NW 5th at., died Sept. 0.
He came here eight years ago from
Johnstown, Fa. Surviving are his
wife, Nancy; two brothers, including
Albert, Miami; his parents Services
arere Sept. 2- under the direction 01
Gordon Funeral Home.
MRS. SELMA JACOBS
...g are her bus
and, Philip two pro ah.
tar. Services an serial were In Clave
land. nii local arrangements by Gor-
don Kiin.-r.il Home
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CllVEN thai
Hie undersigned, desiring t.. engage in
business under the fii .,,,-.. ,,
RHX ARTIST si PPLdBS an I KK.v
ART Bl'PPUKfl .,; :>_,;:; Southwet,
37th Avenue, Miami, rlortda intenih
to register said names with the Ctert
"f the circuit court ..r Dade 1
Florida.
Ill :\' ART COMPANY.
n F'lorlda corn Bole Owner
by: A. Melvln Morris, President
UN.-I.KE R. FKRl IK
Wtomey for Rev Art Company,
a Florida corporation
:v! w.-t Fiagler st.
Miami St, Florida
9/30. 11/7-il-r
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTh'K IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, deslr.ng to engage it;
business under the fictitious name r.
JERRYS (6 SERVICE STATION
N95 S.W. 42nd Avenue. Miami, Florid,
intends to register said name with th
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude
County, Florida.
JERRY II. LIPPSON
(sole proprietor)
M1TCHKI.1. HALLER
Attorney for Applicant
11: Beybold Hullding
Miami, Florida
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha'
the undersigned, desiring t.. enga-j.- in
business under the fictitious nettle tit
SPENCER I \\i: .,- m n k. T'.'tl
Street, Miami intends to register aali
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Count v. Florida.
SAMUEL GOLDBERG
1 ''1/7-14-2
WILLIAM ROBERT SHAPIRO
II. of lrte NW 22nd ave.. died Bepl M
after being hit by a truck. He was a
sixth grade student at Citrus Orove
Elementary School. Survlvora include
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William R.
Shapiro; and three sisters. Mrs. Bar-
bara Qroh. Mrs. Katherine Nims, ai..l
Miss Trinity Tourne. Services were
Sept. 23 at Cordon Funeral Home.
Holding a white cloth with blue Star of David, which moments
before the dedication covered the monument, are James G.
McDonald, former first United States Ambassador to Israel, and
Samuel Oritt, who with Mrs. Oritt, donated the monument. The
Martyrs Memorial is permanently placed at the entrance park-
way of Lakeside Memorial Park.
Unveil Martyrs
Memorial Here
A throng of more than 390 per-
sons attended the Martyrs Memor-
ial monument dedication at High
Holiday services Sunday at Lake-
side Memorial Park, NW 29th st.
and 103rd ave.
The monument honors the six
million victims of Hitler's holo-
1 caust during World War II, the he-
roes of Israel's Haganah, and the
Warsaw Ghetto revolt.
James G. McDonald, first United
States Ambassador to Israel, gave
the brief dedicatory address, "Lest
We Forget."
The distinguished statesman said
that "it is our duty to keep alive
always the memory of the six mil-
lion, and all the other tragedies
and triumphs of the spirit as an
encouragement not only to Jews,
but to all mankind."
Leading in responsive reading
was Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
spiritual leader of Temple Menor-
ah and president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Assn. who offi-
ciated at the dedication.
Soil from Israel was poured into
a vase at the base of the monu-
ment, symbolizing the mixing of
Israel and American earth, and
then the white covering with the
blue Star of David was removed.
The marble monument is perma-
nently placed on the main park-
way at the entrance into Lakeside.
It was donated by Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Oritt, 810 Lakeview dr.,
Miami Beach.
Also taking part in the dedica-
tion was Cantor David Conviser.
of Temple Beth Sholem, who open-
ed and closed the ceremony, and
the Dade County Honor Guard of
the American Legion, which pre-
sented the colors. Rabbis and can-
tors from many Greater Miami
congregations were present.
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
the understated, desiring t.. engage In
business under the fii tit ou* nnme o'
K0YAL PALM EFFICIENCIES &
A ITS at 120*11 N F.. :~.r ami, Florida in tend to register said
name with th. Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
FRAN B. PIGNATore
undivided \4 interest
ANTHONY FLORENTINE
undivided K interest
LEON K.W1.AN
Attorney for Applicants
11Z0 8.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida
9/3". m/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEKY (iiVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
Executive Suites; Executive Office
Furniture Co.; Executive Offices;
Executive Desks; Executive Office
Equipment at 10.V, East 1.1th Street.
Ilialeah, Florida Intends to register
said names with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Oeonty. Florida.
BXBCUTTVB SUITES. INC.
(a Fla. corn.)Sole Owner
HENRY A KAMP
Attorney for Executive Suites, Inc.
1224 Washington Ave,
Miami Reach, Florida
9r,n. HV7-14-2!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEIIY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
S1WSKT Ai'KEX at 1202:, B.W. 80th
Street. Miami, Fla., Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
BONITA ENTERPRISES, INC.
(a Fla. corp.)
HAROLD KTIU'.MI'h
Attorney for Applicant
:'>; Kiscav ne I'.lllg.
9/30. 10 7-11-21
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTK7B IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualnes* under the flotltloua name of
MAGI.E TREE BURGEONS at ISM
v\ r.Tth Court. Miami. Dade Coun-
ty. Florida Intends to restate* eald
name wtth tha Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Uide County, P*io Ida.
MARTHA C. MAC
I'rKlHUlE N Ma. w (NK1.L
attorney for PetltUner
tlH Biscay ne Itldg.
9/30. 10/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Wl TICE IS III REBY Ul\ KN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious no
rili: VOYAGER at 1433 ne Miami
t*lace, Miami, Ha., intents to real*ter
aid name with the Clerk of the Clr-
iit Court of Dade County, Florida.
AI. GOTTLIEB, INC.
by. Al Gottlieb, Pres.
IJEOROF. ,| TAI.IANOFF
.....In It...id
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Al Obttlieb, Inc.
8/J0. 10/7-14-21
- jJJK'ZJP* UNDER
FidTiTroue name law
NOTICE IS HI IIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
ualaeai under the fictitious name ot
IHE FltlMT HOWL at number 433
l.lnc.In Road In the. City of Miami
Beach, Florida Intend to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
OUlt Court of Dade Cnuntv, Florid..
Dated at Miami Beach, Florida, thla
30th day of August. 160.
S I BI1SS
SELMA WEISS
TALIANOFr WAl.t
by: George J. Tallanoff
.itome> t..r Applicant
9/S0, iO/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
l>> virtue ..: Chapter *^ .,f H.irida
Statutes Annotated (194D. Ware-
housemen nnd Warehouse Recelota
w herein ACE-R B VAX LINES INC .
I da ('UiTOraUon. by vlrture pi It*
rouse n.n. BaTTTTi -toB
the rollowlng describe t pr.....-rt.
Household Go Kls Ah th pr #.
rPty ol .Mis- k l) M id th it
11 the 2Nlll .l.i
Ins; the legal hours of sale, malnl} be-
tween 11:00 forenoon and 2:00 in the
^*r.....n H-W 24th \ venue,
Miami, i rid i the unde gned shal
iffer for s-.iie to the high for
ash in hand Hi. above del ribed prop-
erty, us the i r...i. r:> Kas
.Ki'ord
Dated it Miami, Florida, this 2sth
f Sept.-ml.,-i |
A i E-R.B. VAN LINES, INC
10, I0/Y
NOTICE EV PUBLICATION
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 9076
CHARLOTTE I.IHT'Z,
I'lalnti t.
ft
DONA1 I > l>l RTZ,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: DONALD IHKW,,
SS42 Bun h Avenue
< inclnnatl, Ohio
You DONALD DIETZ are heretor
notified thnt P.ill of Complaint for Di-
vorce has been filed against you. and
you n.-e required to serve a copv ot
your Answer or Pleading to the'BIB
of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attor-
ney, MYF.r.S. HEIMAN & KAII^AN,
Eleven Fitty I: aiding. I r.O SW. 1st
Street, M aeni. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
fflce of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
n or belore the -list da- of October,
I960. If you full to do so. judgment
iy default will he taken against you
or the relief demanded In the Bill of
omplalnt.
This notice shall be published once
aih week for tour consecutive u'f4s
n Till: JEWIMH f'LORIDIAN.
DONE AMD ORDERED at Miami,
'lorlda. this Jmii 8a) f September,
VI > 1160.
E. B. LBATHBRMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, fi .-ida
Iseal) B) : Vv'M W. STOCKINO,
Deputy Clerk
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Eleven F'nt> Buildinc
11 ai s.W. street
viiami :t. Florida
utorneys for Plalnti'f
9/30. 10/7-1441
IN COUNTY JUOGC6- COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 4irea-
RE: ESTATE OF
EVERETT R LEWAP.K.
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOB F.NAL
OISCHARQE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
iled on itnal report and petition for
Finn I tii-.-h.irre as Adtnlnistrator Of
the estate of EVKRI^TTT R LEW ARK,
eceaeed; anu tnat un the nuh daf
f September, lgga ,) appl- to the
Honorable Frank B lk*wUn Cunty
ludge of Dade County. FJorldu. fer
approval of said final ranwt and for
final discharge es Adaalniattwtor Of
the Estate of RVNRETT R. LKWARK,
deceased.
This th daar of BlliHaaiei', I960.
'VM.LIAM LAfiBTE ROBE
SIDNEY KF-RONBDN
Attorney for Administrator of the
Estate of Everett R. LewsT*
m.ie/7-H-H
N THE COUNTV JUD4MTS COURT
IN AND FOR DADS COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN RR>BATE
No. soeee-c
IN RE: Estate of
BARNBT CHIHINHK Y.
I >.'. used
NOTICE TO CRCDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against SaH
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of BAR NET CHIR1NBKY deceas-
ed late of Dade County. Florida, to
the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
barred.
SAM I SILVER,
ELI WEINER, to-Bxecutorg
Pnllot. Silver. Patot, Stern & Mints
791 Congress Bjilding
Miami ft, I .
By: Edward A. Stern, Attorney
9/J0, 10,'7-14-M
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WH >M THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS:
Whereas, harry Gordon, miaMt
BEACH, FLORIDA; HERMAN BERK,
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA; ELFIA-
NORH FELDMAN, MIAMI BEACM.
FLORIDA did on the 2".th day of July,
A.D. 1944, cause to be incorporataMl
under the provlalOBUl of the genell
corporation liw of the State of Mnrlge,
THE FRUIT HOWL, INC.. u corpS-
atlon, with Its principal place of bui-
ness at MIAMI ISEACH. DADE
i H'NTY. In the State off Florida, and
whereas the stockholders of such cor-
poration did on the 19th day of Sep-
tember. A.D. I960, cause to be filed m
the office of the Secretary of State er
the State ol F.oilda, a Consent of ail
the stockholdeis under the provisions
if said Chapter 4W8. Florida Statutes.
showing the dissolution of such cor-
poration
Now, therefore, the Secretary ef
State does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that Ire is satisfied that the
requirements of law have been coin-
plied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and have
affixed the Great Seal of the State
of Florida, at Tallahassee, the
Capital, this the NINETEENTH
day of H IBR, A.D. 19K>.
R. A. GRAY.
iseal) Secretary of Stat,
7MV60


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TISHRI 10th DAY
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Friday, September 30, I960 +Je*ist ftcrkfian Page 5-B Beach Playgrounds Reveal Programs with the day and hour it is offered, Week." Each nejgh-jwilj be available aj; tha^iime,* Recreation Department's big pro Ic.S t h I ?Z ,"!? ^ bort,ood park and PWd eram of after school .JLuT | fi auned ^ w ^ k of O^ 1 -3. Monday, Miami Beach will be staffed by, gram „px after-school actmties 1 through Saturday, as "Playground! adult directors ready to sign up the I grounds/ youngsters for any or all activities through the schools to all student* offered the various age groups. Ajby the Miami Beach Recreation daily program lifting each activity,. Department. The booklet, with a message by Jack Woody, superintendent of recreation, lists numerous activities, age groupings, loA folder. "Welcome to Our Play-1 cations of municipal playgrounds, will be distributed tennis centers and swimming pools. BBS ....... The Procession of the Lulab In his great 18th Century work on "The Ceremonies of the Jews",-Bernard Picard pictured the Succoth. procession of the palms in a Portugese synagogue, as prescribed in Lev. 23:40: "And ye shall take... boughs of palm trees (lulah)... and ye shall rejoice before the Lord your God seven days." The"SABBATH COFFEE'' for imtant onjoyment every day. In 2 oi., 6 ox. and 10 ox, jar.. A JOYOUS SUCCOTH TO ALL JEWISH PEOPLE FROM MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE FOR HOLIDAY AND EVERYDAY CHEER Serve Cheering Maxwell House Coffee Ground or Instant...the superior coffees of Maxwell House bring joy and refreshment into far more Jewish homes than any other brand! Because no other Coffee pleases the Yiddishen ta'am like that famous good-to-the-last-drop flavor... "TA'AM VOS IS AINS IN DER VELT!" PRODUCTS OP GENERAL FOODS m Tfce gr octet* Jewish favorite tor browod coffee •n/'oy ment -in I fb. and 2 lb. economy six* cans. f



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JVtge 16 A ••Jmlst fhrkfiatf) Friday, September 30. lggj Symbolic Drama At the UN fry MAX UtNHt Jews Return to Congo, Begin Anew TW new laited Nations session and IIMT admission of tW IS new nations to UN wfNTi*>f eeuM not Wlp being • dramatic event, even M KhrusWWv had not made it *o by rounding up his cronies and calling upon U aad sundry beads of government M attend I cannot that President Kiseuhowee and Secretary Herter have ag. fW boat MMI Wve miscalculated badly > P**? ** tee %  po mace of tit* session •hat tWy MM to we and what Ktawkkv dad see was tW inWroat *>n h ob c *ii of tW mas* i *inw of tW African nation* SM* of thee*. Iran every reahsne v M wnoaa t mM! ready far Mi uatweneed R night haxe fee* Mm if *one of then. MttMr la* Mw. had a dhered to a slower timetable. But. ready er eat. tl*? at*. TW Sovtet empire U euke *re*g Bn • their m>m wl That w wh> KbjrwsheWv set out en tW Bafcaka far tW CN H\s outward reesea far com ng *s • present has dwarnaneet again, and again boast about Busnau KW**f and ttthaitul fraamphs and agan seek to paw* together **>** k inn e r •* %  •• peace whca W tore to tatters at the late Unarmed Parts m uti ng has ettecv.ie motive *s auafe different. ts te wan a victory far HMMOI pataacel arfure by wenng tW era Afrarea nations aad a* **re_ Nasser. Two. and Sukarno. PKISaOtMT ItSINMOWIR 1$ u*der*a*dahly augrv aaaa. ***. afair rt* aaotttt$ W dlK*rd *• Aewrva aad ** Pw j d f at tW ram aflwr. ha* Uw *aU • *• ha fa Xr- Yart aad p*t attht *h+* *• Aaa***M Ml P aeh *r a >*aa**r aaae h a •J haw aad a M ftfayrwawot Khnas*che^ a Jewish mm are now in I^opoMviilr. capital of the stnfe* racked Republic of t h e Confo, havinc reopened their businesses there. Rabbi Moshe Levy, of the Congo, reported here on a stopover during his return to Eliiabethville. in Katanga Rabbi Levy said there were no Jewish women or children la Leopaldville. He emphasued that all Confo Jews have been traced, and none is missing He reaffirmed statements made la aa interview in Brussels to the effed that many refugee* had refa KtuabethviUe and that authorities and the population of the secessionist province of Katanga were treating Jews there we TW rahfa sought to correct acre what he termed inaccurate press reports of his statements in Brussels He $a*d that the statemetN that he teas has children to Israel aad wras sending then to school in Brussels was incorrect, addutg that h*s family had been m SaKshury the native u ht lh on w'-. | •** a fuVMS. to aapfara the possibilities for sorHomotw if Israel of Conajo Jewish refveaes. "the Congo rabbi said. "I had discussed various plans with Israel officials and with the Jewish Apency, and then went to Brussels to contact Conpatese refugees there and to acq u aint them with Israel possibilities." •| was also wrongly reported as sat ins that I urged Jewish refugees from Katanga to use the facilities for resettlement offered by South Africa. "Rabbi Levy stressed. "My efforts have been exclusively directed toward resettlement of refugees in Israel. I appreciate the South African Government's offer of help to all refugees from the Congo without discrimination of race or creed, but I personally have in touch with South Afnand the stat emen t about this attributed to me in the Brussels report was not nude by -On my nay here I it opm t d over in Leopald n Be and contacted the Jews who renamed there, and reported to then the cordial reception the Jewish Agency me and the passnt&brs gration and assistance which the Agency was prepared to render to Congo Jews." the Congo rabbi reported. (From Bulawayo, Rhodesia, it was reported that another group of Jewish refugees from the Congo left for Israel. This is the third group of refugees that proceeded from Rhodesia to Israel for per. maneat settlement there. Altogether, about 60 Congo Jewi eongrated to Israel from Rhodesia since the t ur b u l en t developments Marled in the Congo i Golden Agers Install Officers TW nssrahe mat K ue emi u oe has made km wee atakwat ht h on tW basas n rn a: an at pudftars at a a* wAvh yvu Vt !W past fur* s ant n aperimal nBaar a>aays on tW JmtastW rrench tenure* n BWhl War 11 bmht tW wrong war %  jBanWwvr has let linn iB ngn* tW wrong round — tW Pans one af ^a< u*> rntWr than tW hvnat New York one of nw S e p te a aW r A* a resudt W art iW State iVgnrtamw. on sW tecnncal ground m aevur^rt. gwen B^rasnrW a t< w. nu e B geang *a I ver j o d tW nartyc tudee. M hanger anahnar uJho s p. wo* KhrusWW' as*. VOkMtSwA.* what a Pt i i nun r, Nh have dune n %  %  a lamg M onr fnr uunfci %  lIMsm or a •C 2a* Hymaa Kam w;!i W wkstaBtw as ed are: of tW Golden Age Mrv s>, Chab of tW Miani „> Ja of Of! Too BIG put on a herene VN as Me weudd have an num; tt •** \ W e ava ut at Paras, no aV PT5W at dhe new •* Mb wouai hne gene on n say tii ,i a itafii a of nu mm ante, a* ut Bwin e. W ttfrt *" fetNaW*fv" *f* Bnmtwnrnt JJM* ^I^X aBnanwlMV^tOt* A JH"%>*V *f^T ••'•4"*' ^^ •'falofct We W^mi ne K ta n i m i eg ne VX n i ina u j > — %  k. i iiiimtnw ; v.ued ne mm hU W ai fa fh fatwdh geaer anunry caane n 5ui>u *ew • %  •0)T ^OBn^BBnr^ ^m\ Jrmnnnne. ^paunv fc ^^^ lw^ a .-vwiKv^ n -* *r* M "•> *"•" >r-.'4 iijwnv *. Viuuiiiianti at nu very peri: of werht peace cj MBW dhe Met ed uhnch H u u n hii n ir s num. war ^ **. ****-*** "" > lp %  %  "* %  t fcung n net an m p um in r nnennmnai aten* m daear en* feafnitm % % %  TV? wen -u W aeang w aau ii oenodg ntn>t ?•> atvAiU* about Btt d f n t et nmimit 3ar Of rVKa. I Bnr nuc en> hamnfai u *.*~v-w pnMwtet i tW • -•• .^igjie^mji. tar a Bnuneeng vtnant Xhtnii iTutNM *4u OB an anuuraieMeu a K wa n ug a • ninng dhe HK %  k> ml i Tium shot 3n nnawu onant nnibv-ai oH t eu cuu sv3ue* *e eae-uan ksercat M" Cf -rXOS %  **! •oip**'t>JS ~ M HOOKS FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS



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*Jewlstncric/iain Page 15-1 Yiddish Poet Dead in Moscow with Newman funeral Hume in charge. MRS. FANNIE. R. STERN ri, of i-i.i„ .\\\ IJMI, ,,.,.. ,,„.,, s ,. : „ -'" She oame her* ^i veara ago from : nlon City, N.J Surviving are three daughters. Including Mrs Evelyn Mbrrlaon nnd Mr* Bonnie Ross, Miami two .-..,.. .111.1 ten gramichlldren. s.rv fere Hem. -'li a t Hive; si.IMe -moitni ('Impel, VrtfCfftly I,I, TEL AVIV (JTA) Shmuel Halkm, well known Yiddish author, poet and playwright living in the Soviet Union, died the^f. last week, and impressive funeral services i p pw„ he, i f0r him J in J Mosc w J ast M :, of 1219 SW K : Friday, the second day of Res* she ome i,.,.. ft ,..;,,.. :iK „ ,-,.,;„; Hashona, according to a report %  l,v l "".' 1 -. "• Burylvlng are hei hubrought here from Russia by Moshe !Kol, a member of the Jewish I Agency executive. He was 61 years old. The services, according to Mr. Kol, were held at Moscow's "Writers House." Among the wreaths placed on the coffin, he stated was one from the Israel mission in Moscow and another inscribed in Yiddish from "the Yiddish Writers." Mr. Halkin was born in Minsk. • %  'Wtsan and ale > belonged to the Na tlonal Showman's Assn. He Is survived by his wife, Peggy, two brothers, nnd a sister. Services wer Sept. 26 at Gordon Funeral Home. MRS. REBECCA GOLDBERG '.8, of J10T. SW 24th St., died Sept. 2ft. She came here 11 jears ago from Cleveland. Surviving are two sons. A. David and Lawrence; a daughter. Mrs Lillian Marmur. two brothers, a slater, and six grandchildren. Services were Sept. 2r. at <;..r.l..n Fun. nil Home. MRS. SADIE MANNHEIMER 71. of 10.">4 Pennsylvania ave., died Sept. 2S. She came here 30 years ajj< from New York, and was a member <>t Temple Emanu-El. Surviving are her husband. Isaac: a son. Milton, two daughters. Including Mrs. Clara Tani.-nl.aum; and a sister, Mrs. Sara Harris, all of Miami Beach. She a s. leaves a brother. Bervloea were Bepi K at Newman Funeral Home. JOSEPH J. LATIDES 72. of 8276 SW 12th at died Sept. 82. He came here 11 years ago from Springfield. M..ss. Surviving are his wife. Jennie; t.> daughters. Mr. Bather Cone and Mrs. Mildred Nacht; three brothers, a sister, and four grandchildren. Services were Bent tl ut Gordon Funeral Home. HARRY CHERNER %  4. of 3068 NW 5th at., died Sept. £0. He came here eight years ago from Johnstown, Fa. Surviving are his wife, Nancy; two brothers, including Albert, Miami; his parents Services arere Sept. 2under the direction 01 Gordon Funeral Home. MRS. SELMA JACOBS ...g are her bus %  and, Philip two pro ah. tar. Services an serial were In Clave land. nii local arrangements by Gordon Kiin.-r.il Home LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CllVEN thai Hie undersigned, desiring t.. engage in business under the fii .,,,-.. ,, RHX ARTIST si PPLdBS an I KK.v ART Bl'PPUKfl .,; :>_,;:; Southwet, 37th Avenue, Miami, rlortda intenih to register said names with the Ctert "f the circuit court ..r Dade 1 Florida. Ill :\' ART COMPANY. n F'lorlda corn Bole Owner by: A. Melvln Morris, President UN.-I.KE R. FKRl IK Wtomey for Rev Art Company, a Florida corporation :v! w.-t Fiagler st. Miami St, Florida 9/30. 11/7-il-r NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTh'K IS HBRBBY GIVEN that •he undersigned, deslr.ng to engage it; business under the fictitious name r. JERRYS (6 SERVICE STATION • N95 S.W. 42nd Avenue. Miami, Florid, intends to register said name with th Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County, Florida. JERRY II. LIPPSON (sole proprietor) M1TCHKI.1. HALLER Attorney for Applicant 11: Beybold Hullding Miami, Florida NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha' the undersigned, desiring t.. enga-j.in business under the fictitious nettle tit SPENCER I \\i: .,m N K. T'.'tl Street, Miami intends to register aali name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida. SAMUEL GOLDBERG 1 ''1/7-14-2 WILLIAM ROBERT SHAPIRO II. of lrte NW 22nd ave.. died Bepl M after being hit by a truck. • He was a sixth grade student at Citrus Orove Elementary School. Survlvora include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William R. Shapiro; and three sisters. Mrs. Barbara Qroh. Mrs. Katherine Nims, ai..l Miss Trinity Tourne. Services were Sept. 23 at Cordon Funeral Home. Holding a white cloth with blue Star of David, which moments before the dedication covered the monument, are James G. McDonald, former first United States Ambassador to Israel, and Samuel Oritt, who with Mrs. Oritt, donated the monument. The Martyrs Memorial is permanently placed at the entrance parkway of Lakeside Memorial Park. Unveil Martyrs Memorial Here A throng of more than 390 persons attended the Martyrs Memorial monument dedication at High Holiday services Sunday at Lakeside Memorial Park, NW 29th st. and 103rd ave. The monument honors the six million victims of Hitler's holo1 caust during World War II, the heroes of Israel's Haganah, and the Warsaw Ghetto revolt. James G. McDonald, first United States Ambassador to Israel, gave the brief dedicatory address, "Lest We Forget." The distinguished statesman said that "it is our duty to keep alive always the memory of the six million, and all the other tragedies and triumphs of the spirit as an encouragement not only to Jews, but to all mankind." Leading in responsive reading was Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Menorah and president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. who officiated at the dedication. Soil from Israel was poured into a vase at the base of the monument, symbolizing the mixing of Israel and American earth, and then the white covering with the blue Star of David was removed. The marble monument is permanently placed on the main parkway at the entrance into Lakeside. It was donated by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oritt, 810 Lakeview dr., Miami Beach. Also taking part in the dedication was Cantor David Conviser. of Temple Beth Sholem, who opened and closed the ceremony, and the Dade County Honor Guard of the American Legion, which presented the colors. Rabbis and cantors from many Greater Miami congregations were present. NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that the understated, desiring t.. engage In business under the fii tit ou* nnme o' K0YAL PALM EFFICIENCIES & A ITS at 120*11 N F.. :~.r;• Kiscav ne I'.lllg. 9/30. 10 7-11-21 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTK7B IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bualnes* under the flotltloua name of MAGI.E TREE BURGEONS at ISM v\ r.Tth Court. Miami. Dade County. Florida Intends to restate* eald name wtth tha Clerk of the Circuit Court of Uide County, P*io Ida. MARTHA C. MAC I'rKlHUlE N Ma. w (NK1.L attorney for PetltUner tlH Biscay ne Itldg. 9/30. 10/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Wl TICE IS III REBY Ul\ KN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious no rili: VOYAGER at 1433 NE Miami t*lace, Miami, Ha., intents to real*ter aid name with the Clerk of the Clriit Court of Dade County, Florida. AI. GOTTLIEB, INC. by. Al Gottlieb, Pres. IJEOROF. ,| TAI.IANOFF In It...id Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Al Obttlieb, Inc. 8/J0. 10/7-14-21 jJJK'ZJP* UNDER FidTiTroue NAME LAW NOTICE IS HI IIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ualaeai under the fictitious name ot IHE FltlMT HOWL at number 433 l.lnc.In Road In the. City of Miami Beach, Florida Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the ClrOUlt Court of Dade Cnuntv, Florid.. Dated at Miami Beach, Florida, thla 30th day of August. 160. S I BI1SS SELMA WEISS TALIANOFr WAl.t by: George J. Tallanoff .itome> t..r Applicant 9/S0, iO/7-14-21 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN l>> virtue ..: Chapter *^ .,f H.irida Statutes Annotated (194D. Warehousemen nnd Warehouse Recelota w herein ACE-R B VAX LINES INC I da ('UiTOraUon. by vlrture pi It* rouse n.n. BaTTTTi -toB the rollowlng describe t pr -rt. Household Go Kls AH th pr #. rPty ol .MisK l) M id th it %  11 the 2Nlll .l.i Ins; the legal hours of sale, malnl} between 11:00 forenoon and 2:00 in the ^* r n H-W 24th \ venue, Miami, i rid i the unde gned shal iffer for s-.iie to the high for ash in hand Hi. above del ribed property, us the i r...i. r:> Kas .Ki'ord Dated it Miami, Florida, this 2sth %  f Sept.-ml.,-i | A i E-R.B. VAN LINES, INC • 10, I0/Y NOTICE EV PUBLICATION IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 9076 CHARLOTTE I.IHT'Z, I'lalnti t. ft DONA1 I > l>l RTZ, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: DONALD IHKW,, SS42 Bun h Avenue < inclnnatl, Ohio You DONALD DIETZ are heretor notified thnt P.ill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you n.-e required to serve a copv ot your Answer or Pleading to the'BIB of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, MYF.r.S. HEIMAN & KAII^AN, Eleven Fitty I: aiding. I r.O SW. 1st Street, M aeni. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the %  fflce of the Clerk of the Circuit Court •n or belore the -list daof October, I960. If you full to do so. judgment iy default will he taken against you or the relief demanded In the Bill of omplalnt. This notice shall be published once ••aih week for tour consecutive U'F4S n Till: JEWIMH f'LORIDIAN. DONE AMD ORDERED at Miami, %  'lorlda. this Jmii 8a) „f September, VI > 1160. E. B. LBATHBRMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, FI .-ida Iseal) B) : Vv'M W. STOCKINO, Deputy Clerk MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Eleven F'nt> Buildinc 11 ai s.W. street viiami :t. Florida utorneys for Plalnti'f 9/30. 10/7-1441 IN COUNTY JUOGC6COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No 4irea- RE: ESTATE OF EVERETT R LEWAP.K. Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOB F.NAL OISCHARQE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have iled on itnal report and petition for Finn I tii-.-h.irre as Adtnlnistrator Of the estate of EVKRI^TTT R LEW ARK, %  ece a eed; anu tnat un the nuh daf •f September, lgga ,) applto the Honorable Frank B lk*wUn Cunty ludge of Dade County. FJorldu. fer approval of said final r anwt and for final discharge es Adaalniattwtor Of the Estate of RVNRETT R. LKWARK, deceased. This th daar of BlliHaaiei', I960. 'VM.LIAM LAfiBTE ROBE SIDNEY KF-RONBDN Attorney for Administrator of the Estate of Everett R. LewsT* •m.ie/7-H-H N THE COUNTV JUD4MTS COURT IN AND FOR DADS COUNTY, FLORIDA IN RR>BATE No. soeee-c IN RE: Estate of BARNBT CHIHINHK Y. I >• .'. used NOTICE TO CRCDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against SaH Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of BAR NET CHIR1NBKY deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. SAM I SILVER, ELI WEINER, to-Bxecutorg Pnllot. Silver. Patot, Stern & Mints 791 Congress Bjilding Miami ft, I By: Edward A. Stern, Attorney 9/J0, 10,'7-14-M CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WH >M THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS: Whereas, HARRY GORDON, MIAMT BEACH, FLORIDA; HERMAN BERK, MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA; ELFIANORH FELDMAN, MIAMI BEACM. FLORIDA did on the 2".th day of July, A.D. 1944, cause to be incorporataMl under the provlalOBUl of the genell corporation liw of the State of Mnrlge, THE FRUIT HOWL, INC.. u corpSatlon, with Its principal place of buiness at MIAMI ISEACH. DADE i %  H'NTY. In the State off Florida, and whereas the stockholders of such corporation did on the 19th day of September. A.D. I960, cause to be filed m the office of the Secretary of State er the State ol F.oilda, a Consent of ail the stockholdeis under the provisions if said Chapter 4W8. Florida Statutes. showing the dissolution of such corporation Now, therefore, the Secretary ef State does hereby certify to the foregoing and that Ire is satisfied that the requirements of law have been coinplied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Great Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the NINETEENTH day of H IBR, A.D. 19K>. R. A. GRAY. iseal) Secretary of Stat, %  7MV60



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% % %  %  Friday, September 30, 1960 *.Jeist) ftoridOarj Page 13-B Education Body Names Committees Did Sen. John Kennedy gain an edge over Vice President Nixon during their historic national television encounter Monday evening? How things ore going for the Presidential nominee of the Democratic party will be revealed by his national campaign manager, brother Robert Kennedy, at Bayfront Park Auditorium on Sunday at 2 p.m., who will also speak in Miami Beach Auditorium the. same day at 8 p.m. BBY0 fleets Top Officers B'nai B'rith Young Organization here held elections for its top three officers last week at the Alcazar hotel. Martin Sachs, of Shield AZA, was named president. Vice president for boys is Larry Shoot, Exodus AZA. Delry Kleiman, of Debs BBG, was named vice president for girls. Yom Kippur Might Dance Yom Kippur night dance will be held Saturday at Carpenter's Hall, 625 NE 131st St., No. Miami. Sponsors are the congregation of Temple Aduth Yeshurun. Judge Speet to Speak Judge Harold B. Spaet, Councilman of Miami Beach, will be speaker at the luncheon meeting of Miami Beach B'nai B'rilh Lodge Tuesday now at the DiLido hotel. Chairman is Gershon S. Miller. Women's Board Meeting Board meeting of Temple EmanuEl Sisterhood will be held Wednesday, 10 a.m., in Sirkin Hall. Good Health and Best Wishes to All MIAMI TOOL SALES & RENTAL SERVICE, INC. FARM AND GARDEN TOOLS TOOLS OF ALL KINDS 2851 S.W. 22nd STREET Phone HI 4-1110 BARNES CAST STONE SHOP CAST STONEWORK TO ORDER MANTELS GRILLES PLAQUES Modern Polished Stone Mantels Phone PL 9-0314 262 N.W. 54th STREET MIAMI GREETINGS HIAtEAH PARCEL & TRANSFER SERVICE in the INDUSTRIAL HEART OF MIAMI Air Freight —Special Delivery PARCEL DfcLIVERYGENERAL TRUCKING 4548 E. 11th AVENUE HIALEAH Phone MU 5-1291 M. A. Baskin, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education, an. nounced committee membership for the year 1960 1961 at the last meeting of iHrHwrin> Executive board. The budget and finance commitUe, which establishes the Bureau's annual budget and distributes scholarship funds to qualifying schools, is headed by Max Meisel with Joe Cohen, co-chairman. Other members include Sol Goldman, Ehiel Lesowoder, Oscar Mamber, Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner, Leo Robinson, Joel Z a 1 i s and Benjamin Meyers. Adult education committee is now meeting to plan for Jewish Book Month, which will be celebrated nationally Nov. 11 to Dec. 11. The committee also plans the Bureau's TV program on ch. 2 in "Living Hebrew." Al Sherman is chairman, Albert Beer, co-chairman, and the membership includes Mrs. Lili Duntov, Melvyn Prumkes, Abe Gittelson, Charles E. Gottlieb, Rabbi Morris Graff, Mrs. Sylvia Rosenberg, Rabbi Morris Horovitz, Saul Rabin, Ehiel Lesowoder, Dr. Herman Meyers, Dr. Jess Spircr, is chairman, with Rabbi Leon KronJoshna Stadlan, Harold Thurman, ish, Dr. Herman Meyer. Mrs. Oida Jack ToppeJl, Ben U d o f f, Mrs. Rubin, and John Temple as memricnry Weroick, Rabbi Morris Skop, bers. Mrs. Al Stones** — w f —' %  %  m %  .... Board of review of the Bureau The Bureau's Central Jewish ac s in a semi-judicial capacity to Library consists of over 7,000 volj review complaints between teachumes of Judaic* with a circula| ers an


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Pag. 12-B +Jewlstifhr*#*r Friday. September 3a 1960 Announcing: ^ Madison Commercial Corporation 454 BILTMORE WAY CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA HI 5-3518 FACTORING, WAREHOUSE LOANS, COMMERCIAL PAPER WWWWWW*WWWW>\''W''W*W"'WWW*W^<'W*W*V. Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami Rackovsky, spiritual leader of Bsth Tfilah Conmeets for its first session of the New Year 5721. gregation, who is being congratulated for his Left to right are Rabbi Mayer Abrainowitz, and Beth Tfilah's efforts in behcli of JNF. Not president; Paul Weiss, recording secretary; shown are Dr. M. Safra. president of the conRev. Joseph Krantz. vice president; Joseph gregation. and M. Zaieizky. vice president. Meyers, financial secietary; and Rabbi Joseph Braille Class to Open Sisterhood of Temple Israel this veek invited prospective participants, regardless of affiliation, to join Sisterhoods braille class which begins Tuesday. 10 a.m.. in the library of the Temple. Mrs Gus Feuer. 50 Hibiscus Island, is chairman. Choi Chapter Dance Thai chapter of B'nai B'rith W nmen will hold a Yom Kippur dance at the Casablanca hotel on Saturday evening. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Flora Sinick and Mrs Margaret Hunter. Mrs. Max Kern is president. Beth Emeth Sisterhood Beth Emeth Congregation Sisterhood will hold a Yom Kippur night djnce with an orchestra and refreshments on Saturday evening at the congregation. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Chairmen are Mrs. H. Rubin and Mrs. A. Kramer. Medical Supply Center Opens Medical. Inc.. a patient medical supply center, has been opened at 1535 San Remo ave.. Coral fiihlot, 1 >\ Norman J. Leventhal and Homer S. Rievman. The center offers the sick and handicapped such supplies as surgical and back supports, trusses, bandages, rubber goods, orthopedic equipment, coltwomy appliances, and urological aids. Continued from Pg 1-B sador to Israel, when he was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Gross at a dinner party at the Bahama Steak House Harvey Fleischman. the WTVJ exec, and his Jean celebrated 15 years of wedded bliss with a weekend in Nassau via Eastern's SS Bahama Star. Dr. Maxino Cisneros Sanchez and Sra. Natalia DeCisneros were hosts at a dinner Saturday night at the Seville hotel for Peruvian Airlines, honoring the inaugural flight of the new Miami-Lima serv ice. .Guests included Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon and his Sally. Miami Mayor Robert King High, Mrs. D. Lee Powell and daughter. Councilman Harold Spaet and his SaUy. Councilman Melvin Richard and his Janet. Judge and Mrs. Kenneth Oka. and Miami Beach City Manager Morris Lipp and his Helen. Gregory Allen, son of the Albert B. Levines. 6509 Riviera dr.. will be Bar Mitzvah on Oct. 8. and Johnny Master and his orchestra will entertain at the reception at Temple Beth Am in the Bar Mit7vah's honor. > Birthdaze: It's a baby girl. Deborah Honey, born Sept 24 to Food Fair exec Bernard Marko and Mrs. M. And: Born to Photographer Arthur Apple and his Dorothy, of 5536 Maggiore. Coral Gables, a daughter. Lisa Karen, on Aug. 19 at Doctors Hospital The new arrival joins Larry and Jeffrev Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Apple, and Mrs. Judith Wcikind. all of Miami. In addition: Son born to Rhona and Ed Pollack, which makes a happy grandmother of Mrs. Daisy Lart. Cantor Marbiny in Orlando Rev. Herman Marchbein-Marbiny. internationally noted cantor, is currently officiating for the High Holidays at Temple B'nai Sholom of Orlando. Fla. Cantor Marbiny will return to Miami Beach at the conclusion of Sukkoth to resume his local activities. He will also commute between here and New York, w here he is dean of the Original School for Higher Cantonal Studies GREETINGS LITHO ARTS, INC.. & LITHO MASTERS, INC. SOUTH FLORIDA'S MOST HONORED LITHOGRAPHY HOUSE FINEST COLOR AND BLACK AND WHITE LITHOGRAPHY FOLDERS POSTERS BOOKLETS LABELS. ETC. ANY SIZE ANY QUANTITY Page Size 3" x 4" to 36" x 49" Phone NE 3-8501 1260 N.W. 29th STREET, MIAMI Join the Democratic Team! COME AND MEET BOB KENNEDY J NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN MANAGER Sunday, October 2nd BAYFRONT AUDITORIUM 2 P.M. MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM 8 P.M. WINDOW SPECIALISTS "SERVICE WE'RE PROUD OH" Maintenance Inc. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE OF All TYPES WINDOWS AND JALOUSIES Complete Stock of Replacement Parts 3427 N. Miami Ave. Miami 37, Fla. FRanklin 3-5491 'V^V>/^#*'V""V ^/*"\ far* 1*4* i | LIO JAY ROJN gmnut. h*fshiffli? To Our Many Friends and Clients A Happy, Healthy and Prosperous NEW YEAR PETER F. HELLER & Associates 1101 LINCOLN RD. JE 8-6778 GREETINGS ELLIOTT E. STALLINS STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANY "THROUGH SERVICE TO YOU WE GROW" 2755 S.W. 27th Ave. Phone HI 6-1653 Id I--.! Adr. TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES JACK LYONS TRUCK SALES NEW AND USED TRUCKS FOR ANY OCCASION WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" 4501 N.W. 27th AVENUE Phone NE 3-3485 TO ALL GREETINGS RICHARDS BUILDERS Richards Window & Improvement, Inc. FLORIDA ROOMS CAR PORTES SCREENED ROOMS & ALTERATIONS CIS. ADDITIONS "ON THE SPOT FINANCING ARRANGED" MU 1-0671 PI 7-6345



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Friday, September 30. 1960 Matheson Canal 'Raises Question A group of Dade county civicminded citizens, who are spearheading the county's water resources control program, this week questioned the existence of sufficient facts on which to predicate a decision on the proposed canal through the Matheson Hammock Park. The water resources control committee of the Miami-Dacle County Chamber of Commerce advised the County Commission on November 18, 1959, that it had recognized the inadequacy of factual data on salt intrusion. Committee chairman Mark L. Grossman asked the county officials at that time to call a conference of various local, state and national agencies "to discuss a jointly — financed study on salt intrusion to provide complete and up-to-date information on which to predicate decisions on holding water stages in Dade county." Grossman explained that "the level at which water is held must be carefully determined to limit salt intrusion, while simultaneously preventing unnecessary flooding of lands behind the salt barriers." Two inter-agency conferences resulted from the Grossman recommendation, one on Apr. 6, and another last July 27. "However," said Crossman, "we have not been apprised of the results of those conferences or the information developed by them." +Jmristifk)ridnar) Page 15-A Dr. long Moves To New Office Dr. Charles Long, who has practiced in Miami for the past 18 years, is now in his new location at 1545 SW 1st st. For the past 12 years, he has specialized in non-surgical treatment of rupture, in addition to his general practice. The treatment [involves mild and painless injections into the muscles of the rupture, which causes-new and tough fibrous growth to occur. According to Dr. Long, correction takes four to six weeks. "Repair of hernia by office methods is normally safe for patients of any age," Dr. Long said, adding that "hemorrhoids and other rectal conditions are also effectively treated without hospital confinement, radical surgery, undue pain, or loss of time from employment." LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 60C 8501-1 DOROTHY WHITEHEAD, Plaintiff, vs. DOCK WHITEHEAD, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DOCK WHITEHEAD Navy Air Station Glynco, Brunswick. Georgia Herlal No. 5579607 YOU ARE HKKB1IY NOTIFIED that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce hue been filed against you and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer thereto on the plaintiffs attorneys, ENOEL <% POLLACK. Suite M-lll BlBcayne Building. 19 West Flaglcr Street. Miami 32. Florida, and file the original answer In the t>ffire of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 17th day of October. 1960, othervlse a Decree Pro ConlesoO will be entered Against you. Dated on the 13th d-.y or September, 19(0. E. B. LEATHER-MAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk 9/16-23-30. 10/7 DAVEMU BY HENRY LEONARD [An Embarrassing Burp in Shul on Yom Kippur Day LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious names of INTERNATIONAL HEALTH AND BEAUTY SHOW and NATIONAL HEALTH AND BEAUTY KHOW at •M Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JEROME .1 11ERGER KOVNER .V MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Jerome J. Berger 979-16-M-SO NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MAS TRADING CO. (Not Inc.) at 3440 N.W. North River Drive, Miami, Florida Intend to register said name wiih the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SIDNEY PEPPER MORRIS PEPPER MAX R. SILVER Attorney for M ft S Trading Co. 9/9-16-23-30 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 50633-B IN RE: Estate of SELMA HODES Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demand! Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may Have against the eatate of SELMA HODES deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. BARNEY HODES Executor SIMON, HAYS ft GRUNDWERG Attorneys 301 Alnsley Building Miami 32, Florida 9/16-23-30, 10/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NORMAR ENTERPRISES ,-.t HL1 N.E. 129th Street, North Miami. Florida intends to register said nnnir with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NORMAN BPECTOR Sole Owner STOLAR& MCCHNICK Attorneys for Applicant 220 Tlst St.. MB. 9/23-30, 10'7-14 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48794-A IN RE: Estate of KURT BOTTNER a/k/a KI'RT BUETTNKK NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: „ You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of KURT BOTTNER a/k/a KURT BOETTNER deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. ALFRED D. BIELEY AS Administrator 19 W. Kiagler St., Miami 32. Fla. 9/9-16-23-30 Happy New Year to All F. Knight & Company, Inc. 112 VALENCIA AVENUE CORAL GABLES MUTUAL FUNDS INVESTMENT SECURITIES REGISTERED REPRESNTATIVES ALLEN BROWN, Branch Manager LT. COL. JESSE TARBELL, Ret. JAMES BUTTRICK LEWIS ENTIN MARIE BROWN "ALL FUNDS AVAILABLE" HI 4-6582 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ONE HOI'R OI.EANERAMA at 916 .'.th Street. Miami Beach, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. C.B.G. CLBANERg, INC. a Florida Corp. WEINKLE & KESS1.ER Attorneys for owner VI 4 S.-ybold Bldg. Miami 32, Florida 9'23-3n, 1" 7-14 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No" 6TC 8755 FREDDIE MEIER, Plaintiff, If ART K. MEIER, 1 >< fi-mlant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION I MARY K. MEIER, n n at the following address c o T< nbacker, Tarles Trailer Courts, :W14 Bragg B t rard, Ptayettevllle, Nortfi Carolina. *re hereby required '<• serve of your Answer to ;i Mill of Complain! for DiVOTCC on I'liilntiff's attorney, Charles l Rich. U81 Hollywood Boulevard. Hollywood, Florida and file the original with the Clerk 01 the a hot .I !0Ur1 "ii 01 I" for. I •. tobl I 17, 1960, or a default will lie entered against yo'I. HATED at Miami. Florida, this 12th day of SVptmber E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk, < Ircuii (seal) By: WM W STOCKING DepHity Clerk 9/16-23-30. 10/7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 60C 8502 ROBERT A. WALKER, Plal-liff. vs. BEATRICE WALKER, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: BEATRICE WALKER Care of Cyrus Neville 1079 Herkimer Street Brookbn. New York TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for l>lvorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Coinp'aint upon plaintiff's attorneys, EN'lEI. Ar POLLACK, M-lll Btscaypne Hullrtlng. Miami 32. Florida, and file the original Answer In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 10th day ot October. 1960; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against yon. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 1st day of September, I960 E. K. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) By: C. P. COPELAND. I>eputy clerk 9/9-16-23-30 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJewisti Fk>r idHan solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates iHal Fit" 3-405 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Hie nnlersltneri. desiring to engage in business under the ftctltloag name of SOUTHERN MILT KITCHENS at S407 N.E. Miami Place Intends to register % aid name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. K. 1. G. CORPORATION (a Ha. Corp.) HAROLDSTRLMPF Attorney for Applicant 90M Blsravne Bldg. 9/16-2:1-30. I "'7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA NO. 60C 8969 MARY BRINKER, Plaintiff, vs. NORMAN BRINKER Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You, Norman Brlnker, address unknown, are required to file your answer to the complaint of divorce with the Clerk of the above styled Court and serve a copy thereof upon Herman Cohen. Esquire. 130."> Congress Building, Miami, Florida, on or before October 24, 1960, or else complaint will be taken as confessed. Dated September 16. 1960. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) By< WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk 9/23-30, 10/7-14 \IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, NO. 50177-C IN RB: Estate of PETER PAUL IRSA. Deceased. NOTICE OF PRESUMPTION OF DEATH TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: WHEREAS, the undersigned County Judge In and for Dade County, Florida, did enter an Order of Presumption of Dealh of PETER PAUL IKSA on August 30, 1960 as provided for in Section 734.34 of the Statutes of the State of Florida, YOU ARE THEREFORE required, or anyone in your behalf, to prodjee within three months from the date of first Insertion of this publication, satisfactory evidence of the continuance in life of the said PETER PAUL. 1RSA, OTHERWISE the Court will proceed with the administration of the Estate Of the said PETER PAUL 1RSA. DATED this 30th day of August. I960. It, GEORGE T. CLARK County Judge 9/23-30, 10/7-14 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN teat the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol WESLEY'S BROA8TED CHICKEN at 4901 E. 4th .Ave Hi.ileah Intends to seMster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DONNA MARE. INC. (a Fla. Corp.) ELI BREGER ney 420 Lincoln Road 9/16-23-30. ltyi NOTICE NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that GERALD JO.-ECU l..\I>ER.MAN. who nvlcted In the Criminal Court of Record In and for Dade County, Florida, at the June term thereof, A.D., I960, of the offense of Grand Larceny, for which a sentence of IS months Imprisonment In the State Penitentiary was imposed, will apply for clemency to 'he S'-te Board of Pardons. Tal'ahaaaee. Florida, at Its next regular meeting, through and by his undersianea attorney i GINO P. NEORETTI 8/12-19-26. 9/2-9-16-23-30, 10/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage, in business under the fictitious name of SKA SALES LTD. at 2143 N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. UNITED PURVEYORS, INC. (a Fla. Cup ) 9'16-23-30, in/7 NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION ,IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 60C 8606 PHYLLIS MORGAN SAY1H, Plaint-ff, vs. JAMES M. SAY1H. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JAMES If, SAY1H. JR. Washing'' 1 ". DC. 138 Brvant Street, N.W. TOU, JAMES M. SAYIH. JR.. are Hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney, MAX R. SILVER. BHQ., 922 Seybold Building. Miami 32. Florida, and file the original Answei or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 10th day of October, 1960. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 6th day of September. A.D. J960. E. B. LEATHERMAN.Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: HELEN KESSIJTR Deputy Clerk 9/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undertrfgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of r .-. R MIRROR & GLASS CO. at 102 N E. 40th Street, Miami Intends to '• %  r said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of D.idf County, Florida. CHARLES FRIEDMAN Sole Owner 9/16-28-30-. K>/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that theundersigned, desiring to engage In business unuer the fictitious mintof THE MKM IREMir.M PAYMENT PLAN at §54 41st Street. Miami h, Florida Intend to register said %  with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol bade County, Florida. MARCY SHELDON SALLY HHHLDON Sole Owners MARTIN YELLEN Attorney for Applicants ivne Building 9/16-21-30. 10/7 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 90 C 8488 J DONA1-D FRANKLIN SCOTT, Plaintiff. EMMA JEAN SCOTT. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: EMMA JEAN NCOTT 11 Wait Street Rochester 5. New York You EMMA JEAN SCOTT are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Plharitng to the Bill of Cornp'aint on the plaintiff's Attorney, RAYMA.N <& DUHIG, 902 Alnsley Building, Miami S2. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 17tli day of October, 11-00. If you fail to do so. Judgment by. default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami Florida, this 12th day of September. ADE'B IIMAN. CTerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: HELEN KESSLER, Deputy Clerk RAYMA.N & DUHIG 902 Alnsley Bldg. Miami 32. Fla —FR 9-2644 Attorneys for Plaintiff 9/16-23-30, 10/7 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the uuuei signed, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nanfe of CAMNBR CONSTRUCTION CO. S.W. 90th COurt. in the clt-v of Miami, Florida Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the (Mrcuit Court of Dude County. Florida. ... D. CAMNER WEFMAN & WEFMAN. Eiqs. 4<>7 iHs.aine Building Miami, Florida By: warren S. Wepman Attorneys for Applicant 9/9-16-K-30 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MARKET at 1466 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami, Florida intends fo register aald name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fieri


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iay, September 30, 1960 • Jew IstifhrkUan Page 3-A r ol Nidre Ushers in Yom Kippur Friday Eveninq TKn Mink Unl., r. ... *^ Itions of the liturgy. pning and Saturday. The observance begins at sundown Friday with chanting of the traditional Kol Nidre. Services Saturday will inmusical portions of the liturgy. Beth Ripahel Congregation, 139 ;v,"l m "":T^,;". M -n '' <"• • NW ,.r;„,7^?5 ly Days close at Neilah Saturday ernoon. But the season conies through the Festival of Sukwhich will be launched Wediay evening, Oct. 5. temple Adth Yoshurun, 2320 171st st., will hold Yom Kipservices Friday at 5:55 p.m., 1 kinning with Kol Nidre. Rabbi [ah Caplan officiates, and will ich on "A Goal for the New' lr." Saturday morning services at 8:30 a.m. Yizkor will be at' CANDIHIGHTING 17ME 9 Tiahri — 5:54 pan. pur services Friday at 6 .m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor j David Conviser will officiate and | render the liturgy at Yom Kippur Saturday services are at 9 a.m. services of Tempi. Both Sholom. Sermon wil be "Z-chor Remem-14144 Chase ave., which open with ber.' Yizkor memorial follows. Kol Nidre Friday 7 p.m. Sermon Neilah is at 4 p.m. \ wl ]\ De 'Our Destiny as Children of Rabbi Isaac Ever will offlciate' G d Saturdav services are at 9:45 a.m. Sermon will be "Our a.m. Special children's service bi Tibor Stern officiates, and will K 3 p.m. i Pleach on "The Night of Decision." Abesh Perl. Neilah will be at 5 p.m. Rabbi Bernard Shoter will officiate at Yom Kippur services Friday, with the chanting of Kor Nidre 5:30 p.m.. in FUgUr-Granoda ervices are • i Jewhh Community Center, 50 NW SwVJr,* C "" rB ^sSSoV?wK^hMemoriesWe "*JS ^T 52 be The Value NW 183rd st, services comcherish" Yizkor is at 12 noon of Llv,n 8 Saturday services are ice at 5:45 p.m., with Mincha. Neil.h wil te ,t 5 D m Cantor at 8 am Sermon is "Preparation I Nidre will be at 6 p.m. Sermon 5 !" e M,^? renderT themus f or Ufe Yizkor wil1 b 330 — S/mphony of Joy.' Cantor *•' 6:15 p.m. nuel Mindel chants the litAt Tifereth Israel Northside Con-' Beth Israel Conareoation 711 Saturday services are at 9 *•'. 6500 N. Miami ave. Yom Kip-,40th st., will hold Kol Nidre servSermon is scheduled as "SymP ur eve services are scheduled to, j ces Fridav at V4T nm Satnrrfav j of Sorrow." Yizkor will be begin .1,6 p.m. Rabbi Nathan Zwit£££, at 8 a m to 1 a.m. ,m officiate. Sermon willi tow* by Yizkor. Sermon is "T^e bbi Eugene Labovitz will of„ r he Vous e Fai1 \ F lfl11 iTorah Synagogue and the Twentie at Yom Kippur services FriSaturday sen-ices are at 8:30 a.m. | e th Century." Rabbi H. Louis Rottat Temple Nar T.mid, 80th st. Ylzkor memorla l s f U am / Ser l m an is spiritual leader. Tatum.Waterway. Kol Nidre is !" J • J* J£V !" P tT a nto < !" Nidre will be chanted at p.m. Saturday services are at '".?",,'.£ c ^ 5:45 p.m. on Fridav in Kn.th ... with Yizkor scheduled for A,b f rt Glantz renders the i Morton Malavsky will ofthe musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are at 10 a.m. ance with Kol Nidre services Friday at 6 p.m. Saturday services are at 7:30 a.m. Sermon by Rabbi Yom Kippur services will open' Alexander Gross will be "The with the Kol Nidre prayer at 6:30 Eternity of the Jew." Yizkor mep.m at Congregation Y e h ud a h morial is at 10:30 a.m. when the Israelite Center Mothe, 13630 W. Dixie hwy., on Rabbi Maurice Klein will officies the Yom Kipper observ-, Friday. Rabbi Sheldon H. Steinale at Yom Kippur services of ,t 5:45 p.m. at 3175 SW 25thjmetz officiates with Cantor MaurSouthwest Jewish Center, 6438 SW Nidre services wil be folice Neu, rendering the musical por8th st., on Friday, 6 p.m. Sermon by a sermon on "The Light Itions of the liturgy. Sermon will i is "This is Your Life Israel." Satness." Saturday services are l.m. Sermon will be "At Onefwith God and With Our BeDeparted." Yizkor is schedfor 11:30 a.m. Cantor Louis renders the musical portions liturgy. Jacob Congregation, 311 Ington ave., will hold Kol Nirrvices Friday at 6 p.m. Rabbe "Symphony of Sorrow." Satururday services will be at 8 a.m. day services are at 8:30 a.m. Yiz! Sermon is "Things to Remember." kor memorial is at 10:30 a.m. j Yizkor memorial follows at 11 a.m. At Miami Hebrew Congregation, Beth El Congregation, 500 SW 1101 SW 12th ave., Yom Kippur 17tn ave., wiU hold Yom Kippur services begin at 5:45 p.m. Guest! services Friday, with the chanting Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiates. f Ne Kol Nidre at 6 p.m. Rabbi Saturday services will be at 7:30 Solomon Schiff preaches on "The a.m. Sermon is "Topic: Repentance." Yizkor will be at 11:20 [itreblklted / 1 Heate Owed TERMITES? 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Friday, September 30, 1960 +Jewist>Fhr/fdKkM7 Behind Bal Harbm Page 7-A Continued from Pag* 1-A tho pi it of the Residential Section of Bal Harbour, shall b sold, conveyed or leased to anyone not • member of the Caucasian race, nor to anyone having more than one-fourth Hebrew blood, nor to any concern or corporation m which any member or stockholder has more than one-fourth Hebrew bleed, or is not of the Caucasian race Clauses 2 and 3 of the deed link Jews with Syrians, who are alo excluded from the exclusive residential area to the north of Surfside. Clause 3 reads: 'Occupancy. No lot, nor any part thereof, nor any portion of the property shown on the plat of the Residential Section of Bal Harbour, shall be used or occupied by anyone not a member of the Caucasian race, nor by anyone having more than onefourth Hebrew or Syrian blood. The provisions of this covenant shall not apply to bona fide domestic servants domiciled on the premises where they are employed." Clause 20 spells out the duraj tion of these restrictions: "The foregoing agreements, covenants, I restrictions and conditions shall j constitute an easement and servi1 tude in and upon the lands hereby I conveyed running with the land, [and shall be deemed for the bene"t of all the lands in the Subdivision; and they shall be and remain in full force for 25 years from the first day of January, AD. 1947, %  ich time thgy.^sr l aJU*e.,automatically extended for successive periods for ten years each unless by a vote of a majority of the then owners of the lots of the Residential Section of Bal Harbour it is agreed to change them in whole or in pact." A leading medical authority at Jackson Memorial Hosrvta!. who declined to be identified, has told The Jewish Floridian that while there are some genetic grounds for reference to blood of a race or religion, it is an otherwise patent absurd.ty. "Once a surgeon has cut through the skin of an individual in an operative procedure, and distinct racial characteristics mrt set aside, it is absolutely impossible to distinguish Hebrew organs, tissues or cells from Gentile, and white from Negro," the authority declared, adding: "When a hematologist or pathologist examines biood under a microscope, he can no more tell that it is Hebrew or Syrian—or any other kind. Religious labels are even more ridiculous." A telephone call to Bal Harbour Village found Mayor Frank Hart "unavailable," but W. H. Webb, Village Manager, promptly and vigorously denied Bal Harbour's culpability in the restrictive covenants. "We run a municipal corporation chartered by the Idre .JCong. Official Is Local Speaker ulius Schatz, national director of "Are We Teaching Our Children Community Service Bureau of iOur Jewish Heritage?" The meeti American Jewish Congress, ing was at the home of Mr. and essed four meetings of AmerMrs. Gerald Kogan, 1815 SW 86th Jewish Congress chapters in I ave k Miami area during the put I 0n Wednesday afternoorii ^^ i appeared before the Miami chapter :hatz spoke to the Westchester at Koubek Center, and the Biscayne pter on Saturday evening on chapter, meeting at the home of Mrs. Albert Zuckerman, 17120 NE h'ivnw Shrinks PILES NEW WAY it html Surgery LING SUBSTANCE KELHVtS PAIN -SHRINKS HtMOKKHOIDS for the first time science has found [new healing substance with the %  "'••ling ability to shrink hemorand to relieve pain — without eery. case after case, while gently eving the pain, actual reduction krinkage) took place, %  oat amazing of all — resulte were [thorough that sufferers made aspishing statements like "Piles have pied to be a problem!" fhe secret is a new healing subknee (Bio-Dyne*) — discovery of a rld-famoua research institute. his substance Is now available in .'POS.TORV or OINTMENT FORM Oer the name PREPARATION H. fc for it at all drug counters — pney back guarantee. *(R) 11th Ct., N. Miami Beach, heard the AJ Congress National Official in a talk Wednesday evening. Louise Wise chapter of the Con gress was to be addressed by Schatz at the Fontainebleau hotel on Thursday at 1 p.m. Schatz, who has been with the American Jewish Congress for the past 13 years, is chairman of the National Conference of Program Directors, representing all major national Jewish agencies, and a member of the executive committee of the New York Film Council and the Film Council of America. He is the author of numerous religious and intercultural articles. Yom Kippur Night Dance Coral Way Jewish Center, 8755 SW 16th st., will have a Yom Kippur night dance Saturday, 9 p.m., at the Center's new air-conditioned building. Program will include light refreshments, dancing to the music of a live band, and cash prizes SURE Make every payday ye>utSavings Dayl To SAVt Successfully, SAVC Regulurlyl 3% Interest Paid Highest rate BANKS ate permitted H pay. Misein Fsesral Beaaiit ISMIMCI Caietratlea BANK OF DADE COUNTY IN THE I63rcl STREET SHOrni.C rFNT ER State of Florida," Webb declared. "That restriction business is entirely out of our hands—it's up to the Bal Harbour Club. Why not talk to them?" Webb explained that "it's like the Surf Club in Surfside—or the Sunset Island Homeowners Assn. on Sunset Island No. 2. You wouldn't call the City of Miami Beach to complain about their covenants against Jews, would you?" But observers here feel that Webb's examples hold no water. When property is advertised for sale in local newspapers, the seller almost invariably adds "Bal Harbour Club membership required." This is in accordance with Clause 15 of the Bal Harbour Warranty Deed, which reads: "Owner Must be a Member of the Club. The grantee herein is a member of the Bal Harbour Club, Inc.. and as such, the member is familiar with and agrees to abide by the rules, regulations, restrictions and objects of said club." Tfcue, while the Sunset Island Assn. represents a fractional part of the total real estate up for potential sale on Miami Beach, residential and unimproved property in Bal Harbour in feet makes up perhaps 95 percent or mere of the Village, which is under control of the Bal Harbour Village Club. As for the Surf Club, this example fails to apply. While the Club is restricted against Jews, it is beyond the purview of the purchase or occupancy of real property. The Rev. Max Karl, director of the Florida office of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, told The Jewish Floridian on Tuesday that "to my mind the notion that restrictive covenants of this kind are deemed to be workable and enforceable is contrary to the image of the American ideal. People who put their trust in them are chasing an illusion." Commenting further on the uncovering of the Bal Harbour restrictions against Jews, the Rev. Karl declared that "the American ideal is based on the principle that every human must be taken for what he is and not for his ancestry. I think it is ridiculous to speak of Hebrew blood — or Christian blood. "But most important of all, in a series of important cases and opinions, the United States Supreme Court has declared such covenants to be unenforceable, which all decent Americans must hold repugnant." Nathan Perlmutter, director of the Florida office of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith, told The Jewish Floridian, that "housing discrimination in l this area is. of course, not a mat-1 ter of pressing concern to Jews. But there are men at the Weather %  Bureau who at this moment care-1 fully note low pressure areas.' troughs, and wind velocities 600' and even 1,200 miles away. They do so because these are signals that may affect Greater Miami in the near future. "Similarly, Judenrein residential areas, no matter how calm the human relations climate may be at the moment, are signals of concern to us." Paul Seiderman, chairman of the Florida ADL board, declared that "when we see children growing up in restricted areas, we can plot ahead future discriminatory attitudes on the part of these young people in fraternities, sororities, and employment. By providing their children with a value that religious restrictions are proper, Bal Harbour parents maybe unwittingly impairing the democratic values of their children." Perlmutter pointed to "the irony of the situation," which he said stems from the fact that "many residents of Bal Harbour, as individuals, bear no hostility to Jews—no matter the percent of their 'Hebrew blood.' Some have contributed meaningfully to our community. Somehow, however, as members of the Bal Harbour Village Club, they and other groups in this area shunt aside the democratic values which as individuals they cherish." 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Friday, September 30. 1960 *Jml$t) /lorid fan Page 11-A Bon Voyage dinner party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton (right) was attended by nearly 100 community leaders and members of the Combined Jewish Appeal campaign cabinet. Lipton. who is 1961 CJA chairman, will go to Israel as a member of the UJA Overseas Study Mission to assess the needs of immigrants and newcomers. Shown at the cake-cutting ceremonies which climaxed the affair axe (left) Harold Thurman, last year's CJA chairman and chairman of the dinner; and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Erhanu-El. Fox to Head Histadrut Here Abram Fox was last week unanimqusly elected chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Histadrut Committee. A member of Beth David Congregation and formerly from Cincinnati, O., Fox will be installed at the annual Histadrut conference Oct. 16 in the Seville hotel. Fox recently returned with his wife from a lengthy visit in Israel, where they were honored at dcdi| cation ceremonies which formally opened a medical clinic donated by the couple to Histadrut's vast Kupat Holim program. Kupat Holim Histadrut serves the medical needs of over 1,450,000 men, women and children in Israel I from its huge Beilenson Hospital jto individual mobile medical units jthat travel to the young nation's 'remotest desert outposts. TO ALL GREETINGS THE AIRPORT BANK OF MIAMI NOW YOU CAN BANK SIX DAYS A WEEK ALL REGULAR BANK SERVICES PLUS COMPLETE FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT FREE CUSTOMER PARKING CONCOURSE 4, INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Miami 59, Florida NE 3-2626 MEMBER OF F.D.I.C. Look Takes Look At U.S. Jewry, Israel Today By Specie I Report NEW YORK — The American Jew feels deep affection — but no allegiance — to the State of Israel, Look Magazine declared this week. This relationship will continue in the future, the magazine said, "unless a Hitler should someday rise in the United States." Th# magazine's observations appeared in a 19-page article in it* current issce, "Israel Today," by Look editor J. Robert Moskin. Moskin, recently returned from an extensive tour of Israel, said many American Jews disagree with the stand of the Israeli government that all Jews belong to "the Jewish people" for whom Israel is now home. "American Jews admire Israel as a refuge for the persecuted and take pride in its progress." Moskin wrote, "but feel no obligation to it as a state. They regard themselves as an integral part of the United States. "Jewish delegations from this country have appealed to Prime Minister Ben Gurion to accept the> fact that American Jews have no sense of 'dual loyalty'." Describing the Jewish state as a "land of conflict, contrast and hope," Moskin said that four "overwhelming problems" hold the key to Israel's future. 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Friday. September 30. 1960 Jewlstinor*Marj Page 5-A Nasser Meets Mid-East Chiefs on Arrival Here UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — Carnal Abdel Nasser, President of the United Arab Republic, here to lead his country's delegation to the General Assembly, conferred in New York Monday with President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Col. Nasser, who arrived at International Airport at IdlewiM Friday for his first visit to the United States, spent the weekend conlerring with other heads of government. Sunday he met with the Soviet Union's Prime Minister, Nikita S. Khrushchev, at the latter's Long Island weekend retreat. He had a talk with Marshal Tito. President of Yugoslavia; conferred with Lebanon's Premier Saeb Salaam; talked with Ghana's President Kwame Nkrumah; met Dr. Nkrumah again Sunday at lunch; held a parley with Cuba's Prime Minister Fidel Castro; and met with the Deputy Prime Minister of Afghanistan. Monday, Col. Nasser was to meet, in addition to President Eisenhower, also with Jawaharlal Nehru. Prime Minister of India. Later this week, he will confer with Presiden: Sukarno of Indonesia. Mr. Nehru arrived frem India Sunday. President Sukarno is coming to the United Nation* this week. Another head of state will join the summit issembleoe this weak. King Hussein of Jortien. Ha will be accompanied by Prim* Minister Bahjit Talnouni, wSo succeeded the assassinated Premier Hezxa Majali, whose Math was blamed by King Hussein on a plot engineered by the UAR. King Hussein's party will also include the Jordanian Foreign Minister, Mini Nasar, as well as other officials and military aides. •• %  • No details of the Nasser-Khrushchev talks were revealed by the spokesmen for either of the states men. A spokesman for Col. Nasser said only that the UAR President will "say everything he has to say. when he addresses the General Assembly." The UAR leader was expected to address the Assembly either Tuesday or Wednesday. One report from Khrushchev's Long Island estate quoted the Soviet leader as saying, after Col. Nasser had departed, that the UAR leader "stands on the side of the U.S. and the rest of the-Western world.'' Aside from the New York City and State Department security arrangements for guarding President Nasser — arrangements that New %  York has been taking in its stride (during the past week, as heads of state from all over the world congregates for the UN Assembly session—there was no noticeable excitement surrounding the visit of .he UAR President. Official communiques issued following Col. Nasser's meetings with Presidents Tito and Nkrumah avoided mentioning any of the spe:ific issues that may have been discussed at the meetings. A joint %  ommunique issued by the spoxesnen for Presidents Nasser and Tito nentioned only that they found "a similarity of views with regard to he importance of topical internaional problems." After Col. Nasser's first matting with President Nkrumah, a communique stated that "the two Presidents discussed matters of mutual concern, including those of concern to Africa.' The communique added that some of the matters discussed are issues that will be taken up by the UN General Assembly. Arab delegates here — including representatives of the United Arab Republic—complained to the delegation from Ghana about remarks made in the Assembly last weekend by President Nkrumah. They were reportedly annoyed because Dr. Nkrumah had hinted that it was time the Arab states recognised Israel as a political "reality." Dr. Nkrumah, in his formal ad| dress to the Assembly, touched ; pointedly on the Middle East situaI tion in general and, specifically, on I the Arab-Israel disputes. After proposing that the UN set up a special study concerned with Middle East petroleum production, and expressing the view that the development of nuclear and ballistic weapons has minimized "the importance of the Middle East as a base for any struggle for the mastery of the world," President Nkrumah declared: "Nevertheless, oven when this clash of economic interests had been resolved, there will still remain the burning issue of ArabIsrael relations in the Middle East. This is one of the thorniest problems facing this World Organisation today and, unless a permanent and realistic solution the political realities there. In the light of this, I submit that the United Nations should set up a committee to study and evolve a machinery in which it will be impossible for Israel to attack the Arab states and for the Arab states to is found, the danger of it* developing into an armed conflict still remain*," "The solution of the Middle East !*"* irae !' and K for s me T f ..„-,.,„„ arrangement to be made to keep question. President Nkrumah con, he cold war out of the Middle tinued, "lies in the recognition of East." Chairmen Named for Rose Dinner Charles Fruchtman and Jack S. Popick have been named chairmen for the Temple E manu El <.inner tribute to Miami Beach resident Joseph Rose on Sunday, Oct. 9, in the Fontaine room of the Fontainebleau hotel. The dinner dance has been planned in honor of Rose for his "outstanding service to the community, the State of Israel, and Israel Bonds." He is the outgoing LONG DISTANCE MOVING fo all points in the country ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN WITHOUT CHARGE ACER-B.VAN LINES, INC. 2136 N.W. 24th Avenue For Information Call MR. ROSS Nl S-Mti MIAMI Miami Beach chairman for the bond drive, and formerly served as the city-wide chairman. Rose is a member of Tempi* Emanu-EI and honorary life president of the Tempi*, which was constructed during his presidency in 1948-49. He also is active on behalf of Mt. Sinai Hospital and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. About 600 persons are expected to attend the dinner, which will feature famed editor, publisher and [ author, Harry Golden, as guest speaker. In addition to Fruchtman and j Popick, the committee includes A. J. Molasky, Harry Sirkin, George Talianoff, Judge Milton Feller, Ben Ciller, Joseph Cohen, Raymond : Rubin, Joseph Abelow, Max Kol|ker, Leo Robinson, Harold Turk, and Samuel Lachman, all vice chairmen. Lachman is also chairman of the testimonial committee. 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TViqe 12-A fJenist'fhridton Friday, Septembw 30, I960 Your CJA Leaders: 1960-61 MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY A. J. HARRIS and JULIAN WEINKLE: Ne, 9 in a Series. Two Miami business executives whose personal attributes complement each other, have accepted joint responsibility for a major CJA campaign division. A. J. Harris and Julian Weinkle will blend their experience and individual capabilities as co chairmen oi the Initial Gifts Division in 1961. Armed with a real perception of community need and the dollars-and-cents facts of budgeting and planning, both men are prepared to supply leadership to a campaign unit \k hich includes contributors of substantial sums to CJA. As members of Federation s executive committee and board of governors, the co-chairmen have developed an expertness in community affair* which is augmented by their knowledge of fiREPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE fcreater Miami i largest Oldest $piifr far Synagogues, Hebrew 1 Sunday Scaeols. Wbaiesale I let ail BtAOJ SIFTS AND HOVllTltS 417 Weskiaetea Ae. JE 1-9017 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PAEK The South's most beautiful Jewish cemetery" 3C M'fK"n from the Beach Via The New 3e*h St. C*. teay TU 5-1689 r-OGUSl BROS R> e nance, organization, and business administration. A. J. Harris is a vice-president of Federation, and was chairman of the budget committee. He is president of Temple Israel and secretary of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Last year, he was appointed to the Citizens' Committee of t h e University of Miami. He heads the Midwest Mortgage Company, and is chairman of the Board of Metropolitan Bank. Julian Weinkle was a CJA co chairman last year, and mrni in Initial Gifts since 1947. He has been active on the board of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Jewish Home for the Aged. Mental Health Society. Jewish Family and Children's Service. American Jewish Committee, and with the budget committee of Herson Hit By Pneumonia Rabbi D_axid Herson, spiritual leader of Beth Emeth Congregation. will be confined to bed for the next six weeks, officials of the congregation announced Wednesday. Rabbi Herson was felled by an attack of pneumonia immediately prior to the advent of the High Holy Days, the officials revealed Rabbi Herman Cohen acted as guest spiritual leader during Rosh Hashona services last week. Also recuperating from illness was Cantor Hyman Fine. Cantor Ernest L. Weiss is rendering the musical portions of the liturgy in his absence at Beth Emeth. congregation officials declared. A. 1. MAKKiS United Fund. Weinkle was a founder and first chairman of Federation's Young Men's Division. He is a director of Motor Products Corporation and ex ecutive vice president of the Bertram Yacht Company. JULIAN WtlNKLt Double strength capability has been harnessed in the team of Harris and Weinkle. joining two generations of leadership and service. CJA and its beneficiaries will surely gain from their combination of skills. Panelists Observe Youth, Adults At BBYO Meet Pointing to "an atmosphere of annihilation which pervades in a world threatened by war and a climate which has been warlike for the past 15 years," Mrs. Nathan Perlmutter traced the effects of this atmosphere on the behavior of people in current society, who i seem to be living temporary and !for the moment. The talk introduced a panel of speakers, who addressed the annual meeting of the Greater Miami board of directors of the B'nai R nth Youth Organization at the Dupont Plaza hotel on Sunday. Rabbi William Sajowitz. South eastern director for the American Union of Hebrew Congregations, reflected upon the "disassociation of teen-agers in the area of social action." and noted that the latter were not "prepared to fight" for social justice. He suggested that there was a great need to "put stars in their eyes'" and help young people understand that they could participate in "world changes." Maawell Fassier, acting derector ef Jewish Family and Children's Service, surveyed c ha n ge a in family life and the difficulty and confusion on the part of its members, "who are finding it difficult to ascertain their roles in the changing family scene." Fassler, however, noted that "the family is here to stay and is still the strong band it always hns Donald Stone, case worker of the Dade County Juvenile Court, however, pointed at the strains in fam i ily unity caused by the mobility of the family and youth by the need to be constantly on the "go." The panel discussion focused on the theme "Changing Values of Youth and Adults." and was chaired by Mrs. Alfred Reich. Noting the progress of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, Judge Milton A. Friedman, installed the officers of the board, which includes Eli Hurwitz, president; Mrs. 'Edward Sabra, vice president; Mrs. Bernice Bobkoff, secretary; ;and Ainslee Ferdie. treasurer. Past president. Jack Fink, was 'named counselor, and was presented with a plaque for two years of service. Rabbi Leon Hurwitz brought greetings to the board from the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami, and Mrs. Gerald Soltz, president of District 5. B'nai B'rith Women, greeted the group from that body, representing 10.000 women. EVE OF ATONEMENT (KOI NIDRE) MOADCAST OIIECT FtOM TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI Friday Evening, Sept. 30th, at 7:00 P.M. ANOTHER PUBLIC SERVICE OF StetMM WWPt-FM. 101J C Ail Friday Evarvng Services t oadcatt at 8:IS PM. from October through May direct from Temple Israel. ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE 1J57 Washington Ava. JE1-77 ALL HFBRFW SUPPLIES FOR SYNAGOGUES A JEWISH HOME? We Carry Bar Mitzvah Records GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Ha. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR Tetn-Afcrs to Meet General meeting of teen-agers from sixth to the twelfth grade will be held at the Tifereth Israel Auditorium. 8500 V Miami ave.. on Saturday evening. Oct 8 under the direction of Rabbi and Mrs. Nathan Zvhlman. 1as WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE • •*• Heajrew Stetialeue S uaa l iea | Synaajeauee. S cHeeta A Private Uee ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS) / I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I \ c /t^A/NJ^h. isions require time Surely it n only rood sens* to devote as mack attention to selecting • family burial estate as you would to making your ill. Yet so often one lends to postpone this important decision until an emergency arises, I>n"l today the be>t nine to start planning? Why not find ut about Mount Nebo no. Here, in Miami's finest and oldest Je i-h cemetery, a Perpetual Care Fund exceeding $100,000, guarantee* .he permanent beauty and care of Mount Nebo. Yea Bjtuae pay for maintenance taxes and eareaeaenls cannot be levied And Mount Nebo is aa arrraWi Imrly s* ecresHWe a mril rsSauWaW it has already eeaa the aaaaaa al over 4.000 Jeth laaailie*. hj not >evure lull details? I 1 I I 1 AT/AW/'S MOST BSAurinjL exciusivttr JEWISH cenrreitY GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS TeanMEMORIAL CONSULTANTS •4 oma M49 S.W. tth Street %  4-11S7 \ ^ 0 • a* JYew n • Name AeMrt CUT Mount Nebo Cemetery 5505 MM, M Wat, *•*. Mane, aeW ate, traafceatf aAfigulra*t N lt.ll la/weae). m feaesij Bmnml Catatfn la .WVai .Veau. j r> ( BSOS North. Paee* MO* 1 rent 3r*j tta a*, nufe MM .. Zone Stale atnun or jam



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Friday, September 30, 1960 -JcnisMcricffor Page 13-A %  m MMM :li;mi..llli:i-|i;iil m:i.l .',! illi.nniiil.H';::!. :::i ill l!i:':l'ir limilltmill ,i ,1'MJ %  %  HWMMH l-i '**&£ View of the new sanctuary of Beth Torah Cona youth auditorium, and gregation at 163rd st. and 11th ave., No. Miami of $325,000. Dedication Beach. Facilities include 16 classrooms and were erected at a cost was Sept. 18. ~"V* Lord Reading Dead at 71 LONDON — (JTA) —Gerald Rufus Isaacs, Lord Reading, a former Minister of State and active in Jewish affairs, died while on vacation in Rhodes last week at the age of 71. The son of the First Marquis of Reading, who was Viceroy of India and British Lord Chief Justice, the Second Lord Reading was Undersecretary of State for Foreign Affairs from 1951 to 1953, when he was named Minister of State in the Conservative Government. He remained in this post until 1957. Lord Reading was a former president of the Jewish Colonization Assoc, and had served as chairman of the Council for German Jewry in 1938-39. He was a member of the Council of the Weizmann Insert to right are Rev. Samuel Kate, Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenstitute Foundation and a director |baum and Rabbi Max Lipschite at dedication ceremonies of of the Palestine Electric Corpora5th Toroh's new sanctuary. I tion. £ 1 B j8 II \Kol Nidre Ushers in Yom Kippur Continued from Pag* 3-A iservan:e at Tomato Zlon, 5720 IW 17th st, on Friday at 5:45 |.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will fficiate and preach on "Where Jave I Sinned?" Saturday services re at 8 a.m. Sermon is scheduled r 11 a.m., and will be on "So Easy Remember." Yizkor memorial Dllows at 11:30. Tem: Judoa, 320 Palermo ave., foral Gables, will launch the Yom | tippur observance with Yom Kipkur prayers on Friday at 7 p.m.] Fantor Herman Gottlieb renders ie musical portions of the liturgy. labbi Morris Skop wil preach on 1 ("Forgive and Forget." Saturday| Jcrvices are at 9:30 am. Sermon rill be "Echoes of Remembrance." fizkor memorial is at 1 p.m. peilah will be at 6 p.m. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at Yom Kippur services of fempl* E menu-El, 1701 Washing3a ave. Kol Nidre prayers begin le Fast Day observance Friday, 7 m., in Miami Beach Auditorium, [cross the street from the Temple, fantor Hirsh Adler renders the lusical portions of the liturgy. laturday services are at 9 a.m. Tizkor will be at 11 a.m. Neilah nil be chanted by Rabbi Lehrman 5 p.m. At Coral Way Jewish Canter, 87551 |W 16th st., Rabbi Samuel April | Ifficiates at the 5:30 p.m. Kol Jidre services Friday in D a d e lounty Auditorium. Sermon is Haunted Heart." Cantor Joseph tengyel renders the musical porIOOB of the liturgy. Saturday services will be at 8 a.m. Yizkor memorial sermon is "Message for Today's Heart." For Shomrim Shabbat, there will be services at the same time Friday and Saturday at the Center, with Cantor Menahem Roth officiating. Rabbi Max Lipschitz will officiate at Kol Nidre services of Beth Torah Congregation, 164th st. and NE llth ave., Friday at 5:45 p.m. Sermon is "Pain and Tension are the Mother of Joy." Cantor BenZion Kirschenbaum will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday services are at 7:45 a.m. Sermon will be "Have We Paved the Way for Swing and Sway?" Yizkor memorial is at 11:15 a.m. Neilah will be at 4:30 p.m. Guest Rabbi Seymour Fox officiates at Yom Kippur services of j Both David Congregation, 2435 SW i 3rd ave., on Friday at 6 p.m. Cantor William Lipson renders the musical portions of the liturgy.' Saturday services will be at 8 a.m. I Sermon is "New Conceptions in Conservative Judaism." Yizkor is at 11 a.m. Neilah will be at 5 p.m. Rabbi David Herson, spiritual leader of Both Emoth Congregation, 12250 NW 2nd ave., and Cantor Hyman Fein are ill. Services Yom Kippur will be conducted by Guest Rabbi Herman Cohen and Guest Cantor Ernest Weiss beginning with Kol Nidre Friday at 6 p.m. Saturday services are at 8 a.m. Yizkor memorial will be at 10 a.m. Te m ple Israel of Greater Miami, 137 NE 19th st., will hold Yom Kippur services Friday at 7 and 9:15 p.m. in the main Temple and Wolf son Auditorium, with Rabbi Joseph Narot, spiritual leader, Rabbi Morris W. Graff, and Rabbi Sajowitz officiating. Saturday services will be at 8:45 a.m., 10 a.m., and 11:30 a.m. Yizkor memorial prayers are scheduled at the 8:45 services and a special service at 3:45 p.m. Cantor Jacob Bornstein renders the musical portions of the liturgy. At Temple Sinai of North Miami, 12100 NE 15th ave., Rabbi Benno Wallach, will officiate Friday at 8 p.m. Sermon is "The Trial." Yom Kippur services resume Saturday at 10 a.m. Sermon is "A New Prescription." Yizkor memorial is at 4:45 p.m. Both Tfilah Congregation, 935 Euclid ave., will hold Yom Kippur services Friday at 5:30 p.m. Saturday services are at 7 a.m. Yizkor memorial will be at 11 am. Neilah concludes the Yom Kippur observance at 5 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky officiates. 'Rescinding Our Vows' On Day of Atonement By Rabbi Morton Malavsky Israelite Center Friday at sundown, followers of Judaism will congregate in their temples and synagogues to begin a Day of Atonement with prayers, fasting and repentance. Preceding the Yom Kippur eve service, the Kol Nidre will be chanted in the synagogue. This prayer evokes awe and reverence unequalled by any other hymn or High Holiday prayer. Although Kol Nidre is a prayer rescinding vows, it is not applicable to oaths required in legal procedure, nor to promises made to fellow man, community or government. It is man's inescapable duty to keep his word and honor his promise. Immediately preceding Kol Nidre we say, "With the consent of God and the congregation, by sanction of the courts above and below, we grant permissions to have transgressors join us in prayer." We might therefore conclude that the rescinding of vows was intended for the congregation, which during the past year may have been harsh in its judgment regarding transgressors. By this gesture on the part of the congregation, even the. transgressors would desire to approach God in prayer, and this would evoke community consciousness in the hearts of all, including the sinner. The Kol Nidre formula was intended, and should also today, serve as an inspiration to ponder upon the individual's part in the congregation and the community, his duty to abide by its ordinances and to support its institutions and prestige. The community, too, is reminded of its responsibilities to the individual, regardless of his station and status. Today, perhaps more so than ever, the need for understanding and togetherness is greater than at any other time in history. The interdependent obligations and duties of the congregant and congregation, of the citizen and the community, cannot and must not be regarded lightly. May the theme and inspiration of Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur be the beginning of a closer brotherhood of people and peoples, and serve to bind us ever more closely to practice forgiveness. May it lead to resolutions that will ultimately bring about greater helpfulness, assumption of responsibilities, and open-minded mutual understanding. RABBI MOMQN MAIAVSKY ... grtrnt needs THE WEEK... US I SEE IT Continued from Page 4-A well on this occasion. Also demonstrated was the increasing need for Democratic leaders to reassess the value of their Southern ties, with an eye, perhaps, toward someday disavowing them. Most important of all was the impact of Mr. Lodge's visit on the Jewish and non-Jewish voter, alike, his reaction to double-diplomacy, and his determination to take the GOP at its word—that foreign affairs constitute the most critical issue in the current campaign—a word which perforce becomes a charge of failure against the party. Does the silence that met him here have national implications? Most probably not. For, as has been said, one can only fool most of the people most of the time. A Happy New Year to the Entire Jewish Community BEN AND ANNA MEYERS ,^^-^^~N^-N^-V^~ V/ ^-V/-V^-V^-v^~^/-\^^ BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DOBIN ADVERTISING. 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Friday, September 30, 1960 'Jew Isi> fhrlftur Page 9-A Jewish Leaders Call on Eisenhower WASHINGTON (JTA) President Eisenhower indicated here he would consider using his influence on Suez Canal transit restrictions £ *" Pi r< 1 N "<*r of ihe United Arab Republic to the Unted States according to a delegation of the Conference of Major National Jewish Organizations.. The delegation, led by Label Katz, chairman of the Conference! :„„,„ Hi „„ ... and president of B'nai B'rith spent inc, d,n to P |CS ,ha !" 8ht emerge over 30 minutes with Mr 's-ic„„ at tne United Nations General Asover 30 minutes with Mr. Eisenhower at the White House. In addition to Mr. Kalz, the delegation included Rabbi Irving Milsembly session that opened this week. The President was urged, said Katz, to use his personal presfer, president of the American zVontig in ">e_ interest of world peace ist Council; Rabbi Joachim Prinz I a nd es ^ ,a "?, Mldd| e Eastern president of the American Jewish! peac ff ll Presid e nt \ r es P nse Congress, Moses Feuerstein, presWas termed warm and the meet ident of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America; and Maurice Bisgyer, executive vice president of B'nai B'rith. Rabbi Miller made known that the President was asked to seek an end to the continued anti-Israel blockade of the Suez Canal and boycott pressures practiced by the UAR in defiance of international law. Katz said a number of matters were discussed with the President, ing characterized as "fruitful." Mr. Eisenhower reiterated the American position on Suez transit and allied matters, it was indicated. The delegation conveyed Jewish New Year greetings to Mr. Eisenhower. President Nasser will, during hit visit to the United Nations as head of the delegation of the United Arab Republic, stay on •n estate in Sands Point, Long Island, N.Y., facing the local Community Synagogue. Rabbi Selassie May Visit Jerusalem JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Emperor Haile Selassie I, of Ethiopia, may make a "personal religious pilgrimage" to Jerusalem, it was indicated authoritatively here, after Gen. Moshe Dayan, Israel's former Chief of Staff of the Defense Forces, and now Minister of Agriculture, met with the Lion of Judah at Addis Abbaba last weekend. Highest officials, who would neither confirm nor deny the Emperor's plans to visit here, said merely that the Negus of Ethiopia has "a standing invitation from the Government" to visit here at his [pleasure and convenience. Gen. Dayan, it was revealed, | brought to the Emperor a personal letter from Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, as a result of which closer diplomatic relations may be established between Israel and Ethiopia. In the letter, Mr. Ben-Gurion recalled the close ties that have existed between the two countries since Biblical times, expressing the hope that the future relations will be even closer. The Israeli leader also pointed out in his letter that the center of world interest these days has shifted from the arms race to an increase of development projects for the betterment of every day living for all peoples. TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES L & M. PAVING OF MIAMI, INC. L. & M. DRAINAGE, INC. J. R. Lightsey V. V. Mitchell SIDEWALKS CURBS GUTTERS STORM SEWERS DRAINAGE SOAKING PITS PARKING LOTS FREE ESTIMATES Phone MU 8-9616 13050 N.W. 30th AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA II GREETINGS SUM" WALDRON for NEW TIRES. RECAPS and BATTERIES Your Pennsylvania Tire Dealer "Th Waldxon Corner" 27th AVENUE at WEST FLAGLER STREET SEASON'S BEST WISHES TO ALL W. K. EVANS PLASTERING CONTRACTOR PLASTERING — LATHING — STUCCO ALL TYPE WORI GUARANTEED 14105 N.E. 10th Court Wl 5-1143 Molvin Weinman said it made little difference to the congregation where Nasser chose to stay. The proposal of the Arab League to nominate Nasser's United Arab Republic for a seat on the United Nations Security Council to fill the vacancy caused by the expiration of Tunisia's term, met with angry protest meanwhile by Congressman Seymour Halpern, Queen (N.Y.) Republican. Halpern asked President Eisenhower to oppose the nomination as long as the Egyptian dictator violates international law and flaunts the decision of the Security Council itself. In his letter to President Eisenhower, Halpern cited Nassers violations of the 1951 United Nations Security Council decision which called for freedom of navigation through the Suez Canal. "Nasser is also violating the six points proposed in 1956 in the Security Council for the operation of the Canal," added Representative Halpern. "This is the opportunity, in the name of international law and justice, to obtain Nasser's assurance of freedom of passage through the 1 Suez Canal as well as the lifting of other barriers and boycotts." "Before America casts its vote in the United .Nations, we should first receive Nasser's assurances that th. Canal will be re-opened to the shipping of all nations and that he will make an ernest effort to terminate what he terms a state of war with Israel, a situation detrimental to world peace. Nasser should also give assurances for the cessation of discrimatory practices on travel and trade, based on religious faith, which violate the spirit of the U.N. Charter, and should persuade other Arab nations to do likewise." "Further," the Congressman's letter to the President points out, "the United Arab Republic is violating its commitment under the 1888 Constantinople Convention and subsequent treaties which are part of the international law governing this international Canal." 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Friday, September 30. 1960 fJewlsir fk>ridlari Page 11-B Lit win Homed to Board Jacob A. Litwin, Cincinnati and Miami manufacturer and chain jewelry store owner, has been elected to the board of directors of the Life Insurance Company of Florida, it was announced this week by Alec Wallace, of Miami, chairman of the board. Litwin, 64-year-old winter resident of Miami Beach for the past 25 years, is chairman of the board of Litwin Company of Cincinnati. The firm also operates a chain of 27 stores in the Midwest a"nd Southeast, including Cunningham Jewelry Stores of Miami. Hi lutlness Specia ve trial eetincj, anque!, or I Occasion Viewing model of Temple Israel with new leader of Temple Israel; A. J. Harris, president; Community House addition are (left to right) and Irvin S. Korach, architect. Model was unAbe C. Fine; Sam C. Levenson building fund veiled at a Temple function Saturday evening chairman; Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, spiritual at Westview Country Club J3ar ' A4* If MIAMI NACM ^ &f ^ t # ^ tor Intormallom HAZEL ALLISON Catering Dtre>cte>r. JB 1-4441 aMIti t. A Collins. A v..



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"(Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH 1HUTY ond THE JEWISH WEEKLY [VohuB* 33 — Number 40 Miami, Florida, Friday, September 30, 1960 Two Sections — Price 20* FACTS BEHIND LONGSTANDING COVENANT REVEALED HERE Restriction Against Jews Uncovered in Bal Harbour Deeds If you have more than onefourth Hebrew blood, you'd better not try to buy a home in Bal Harbour. Persons with less than that quantity are considerably "luckier." They may be able to become a resident of one of Greater Miami's posh districts along the Gold Coast. The facts behind this long-time and long-known restriction have now been revealed. Brought to light are severe restrictive covenants against Jews, which occupy two clauses in warranty deeds issued for property in the Bal Harbour Residential Section, with one other spelling out the duration of the covenants, and a fourth binding the purchaser or seller to maintain the restriction by a neat circumlocution that leaves the Village of Bal Harbour free to renounce its sanction of the practice. Bal Harbour Village extends from 96th st. up to and including the Haulover Bridge on U.S. A1A, from the Atlantic to the bay. Left out of the restriction against Jews is swank Collins ave., with its many oceanfront hotels, some .lewi.eh-owried, and most welcoming Jewish guests. A few of these hotels have been restricted in the past or else change their policies with changing ownership. Several still maintain restricted clientele regulations today. Claws* 2 of the Warranty Deed: Bal Harbour Residential Section reads: "Ownership. No lot, nor any part thereof, nor any other portion of the property shown on Continued on Page 7-A HAH SHEET WIDELY DISTRIBUTED New Orleans Flooded With 'Common Sense' NEW ORLEANS — (JTA) — New Orleans has been flooded with ipies of Common Sense, a periodical which has been authoritatively %  escribed as "the most obscenely anti-Semitic publication in the fountry." Conde McGinley, the publisher,* : allowed on his second class pershipped by truck to the Arkansas it to send an amount equal to ten, .. .. .. ,. _. •rcent of the publication's paid g and dls, "buted. S.nce then, bscribers to non-subscribers. B e-1 henever a sou hern city faces a use Common Sense has a bulk j d f e r e at,on s.tuat.on, it is floodte permit, there was no postmark | ed Wlln c0 P' es f MflMaV EISENNOWU ... "excellent roppert" the copies sent here to business %  en and civic leaders and no in ration of the source. The Anti Defamation League tice h r e reported receiving lerous complaints and that matter ha* been referred to st.I authorities, the U.S. AtGeneral's office in Washand the U.S. Attorney In Orleans for investigation of ssible postal regulations inractions. I Irwin Schulman, director of the IDL office here, said that prior the Supreme Court school deegregation decision, the periodical |ad no market in the South. During the Little Rock school risis, thousands of copies were Ike Reported 'Impressed' With Arab Republic UBEIS STRIKE 36 Wounded On Holy Day ALGIERS — (JTA) — Thirty-six Jews were seriously wounded last veekend at Constantine, when a hand grenade exploded among the JEWISH If AMIS CAU ON PKHIKNT MG£ f-A JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire NEW YORK—United States government sources said Tuesday that President Eisenhower was "favorably impressed" by President Gamal Abdel Nasser, but these sources expressed doubt that the two leaders achieved a solution of the Suez Canal transit impasse. These sources said the Suez+ blockade, was extremely complicated because of Nasser's stand linking it with resettlement of Arab refugees and other issues. It was indicated, however, that Mr. Eisenhower included the Suez item on the agenda, when the two leaders met for the first time Monday in New York. Mr. Eisenhower later told his associates that he had achieved Mn "excellent rapport" with Mr. Nasser, who invited him to come to the United Arab Republic as a guest of honor before or after Jan. 20 when his term expires. Mr. Eisenhower expressed appre Jewish Agency Ties Examined Continued on Pag* 2-A JTA-By Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM-The Cabinet discussed Monday methods of cooperation between the Government and •lie Jewish Agency, and approved recommendations of a subcommittee of the Government-Agency Coordinating Board. The Coordinating Board, com worshipers leaving the city's prinj ciation for the invitation and told j pris j n g an equal number of repre fcupal synagogue after services on Mr. Nasser he regretted not having j sen tative s of the Government and tie second night of Rosh Hashona. | stopped in Cairo last December, ne Agency, will meet regularly ss a result, the entire Jewish pop-!during his Asian goodwill visit. j once eve ry two months to discuss llation in Algeria feels insecure, Mr. Eisenhower was described as ; problems within the framework of tearing further attacks from the i appreciative of Nasser's attitude' the movement of anti-French | toward Dag Hammarskjoid Ugerian rebels. The FLN appealed publicly to j Algerian Jews several months ago for support in its "fight for warning that, H that s uppor t wore not given, AlI gerian Jews would "suffer the | conseq u ences." There have been j sporadic bombings and tossing of | hand grenades against Jewish hero the last few months, [ but Thursday night's incident at Constantine was the moot severe by Algerian Jewry to I dote. The worshipers were leaving the Continued on Page 6-A Won't Accept Palestine Loss, Nasser Tells UN UAK DICTA TO* MEETS MID-IAST UADEIS PAGE 5-A SAUDI MASTS 'FAUSTINr' ACTION MCE f-A JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire UNITED NATIONS—President Nasser, of the United Arab Republic, Tuesday charged that the United Nations had "forgotten its Charter and disregarded its responsibilities toward the rights of the people of Palestine." aso. voteoo thia charge m addressing the Tuesday morning session of the UN General Assembly. Mr. Nasser called for "the restoration of the full rights of the people of Palestine" without mentioning Israel by name during his entire speech. He said that the Arabs did not accept "the loss of Palestine." The Palestine Mandate of the League of Nations, which pledged the establishment of a Jewish national home in Palestine, was *n "imperialist censpirac y," he said. "The Arab nation," he declared, "does not accept the geographic division imposed by imperialism" on Palestine. The only solution of the Palestine problem he said was lhat the land "should return to the condition prevailing before the error was committed." Speaking in Arabic, Nasser tol(' + the General Assembly that his gov ernment was "ready to accept the UN Charter and its principles, the resolutions of the United Nations, and its recommendations for a just settlement with the best of good will." He gave no indication as to whether he would agree to carry out the UN Security Council resolution GAMAL NASStK imperialist rfivisiea Gurion, Lavon In Tete-a-Tete JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM — Prime Minister toVeptAelueztVnaropen7or*the D avid B*n-Gurion and Pinhas La passage of ships of all nations, including Israel's. Nikita Snubs Golda Meir at Opener UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — Smiling and evidently full of confidence, Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, arrived here this week before the opening of the 15th session of the United Nations General Assembly. She declined to make any comment about the Assembly session. As Mrs. Meir arrived at the corridor leading to the Assembly floor, the first delegation to greet her with evident heartiness that of Ghana, led by that African! republic's Minister of Transport and Communications, Krobo Edu sei. Many other representatives of African and Asian and European slates surrounded Mrs. Meir to wclWM come her to the Assembly. Prime Minister Khrushchev, of the Soviet Union, ignored the Israeli delegate on the floor of the General Assembly when, twice, ho virtually brushed by Mrs. Meir who was sitting on the •isle seat as the head of Israel's delegation. After holding court at the desk of the Soviet delegation for nearly was reportedly 30 minutes, shaking hands a n d newlv revealed von. secretary general of the Histadrut, Israels' Labor Federation, met for 90 minutes Monday night to discuss the Prime Minister's decision to name a committee to reopen an investigation into an incident which forced Lavon to re1 sign as Minister of Defense five years ago. At that time, a two-man conimiti tee investigated the incident and its findings, which were not disclosed, forced Lavon's resignation despite his protests that he was not respon. sible for the situation. The decision to reopen the case based on some information sungreeting many delegates who came &**" 1 that s me of the testimony given in the 1955 investigation was Continued on Page 10-A perjured.



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Page MB *JenisHkjrMton Friday. September 30, I960 WWV--^^r~V^\ rf -V^V--V^V'^^ MO 54781 Mayor Robert Kinq High and members of the Miami City Commission unveiled a bronte plaque last week dedicating the commission meeting ioom at the Municipal Justice blda. to the late Mayot Abe Aionovili. Lett to light axe B. E. Heain. si.. Geoiqe W. DuBreuil Mayor X DuMoiid. and Hemv Ba',~ The plaque reads: "This Commission Room is dedicated to the memory cf Abe Aronovitz. former Mayor of the City of Miami, for hi3 outstanding contributions to this fair city and to the civic pride for which he will foiever be remembered." Temple lamca Sisterhood Copa City Will Reopen Dec. 1 Temple Eamon will b*W •> pMt> • %  K ppw dUM M Sur..v.\ c\ I %  Jag in Uke > the i>mv i ichedvM. Mrs Irvine DavMov is chairaMB Mrs Nathan Pavidow i> v. chairman. Treachtr. Fran Warren. Arthur Simpkins, Bobby Van. Bori* Karloff, Billy DeWoHr, Eileen Barion. Imogene Coco. Larry Adler. Mr. Al. Ruska, Manager of CARIBBEAN HOTEL ON THE OCEAN • 37th to 38th Street And his family, extend their best wishes for a HAPPY HOLIDAY. Bic Mwt In the entertainment Linda Darnell and Thomas Hey n. Greater Miami U the wood. Sabra Dancers, and Celeste %  ebeduled opening Dec. 1 of Copa Holm, to appear during the first Cit\ Theater of the Star*. two months. Gale, himself, who has as well as abroad, will also entertain. Caribbean Congregation Ball Sistei Caribbean Jewish i ;ation u, .1 l!v>li : i pot) Vom ..!.;> tvti at t h e Cntl < %  Commtinttj Hall in the Cutler Bulge Shopp.ns :J Music will be by Hal C.rnn Cord Party Scheduled Comedian Alen dale is backing starred in every State in the Union. the project to "bring back vaude\ilU-'e entertainment world needs vaudeville as a nursery' for young latent, and as a showcase for vet eran performers who have enormGreater Miami chapter of the P bat ten opportun Hemophilia Foundation will hold a lties to meet their public face-tocard p,,^. Thursday noon. Oct. 6, iace. Gate said at ^ Delmonico hotel. dale is duplicating the format %  — that made the Palace on Broadway Happy New Year to All CHAS. S. MEYERS, Inc. OFFICE MACHINES & SUPPLIES 1391 N.W. 36th STREET Phone NE 3-6543 Women Hew Guest Speaker Temple Ner Tamid $->terhood met Wednesday evening. Mrs Louis Gtestar was guest speaker in an IMM Hi her recent trip *brxvJ the drear, %  : every pertormer back in the late lbs. Two star perform rwill be featured on each bill, which will include four or more acts. There will be two performances each night, with Dave Tyler and his 15-pieee orchestra accompanying the performers Among the stars already signed are Roberta Sherwood. Arthur GREETINGS HERBERTS UPHOLSTERY AND MICA SHOP "Maker* of the Artistic Breakfast Nooks" WE A1SO MAKE BARS FOft THE HOME REASONABLE PRICES ANYTHING IN UPHOLSTERING AIL WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED 764 S.W. 8th Street Phone Ft 7-4207 GREETINGS A. & M. SWIMMING POOL SERVICE CLEANING • PAINTING REPAIRING EXPERT CARE "Monthly Rates" Reasonable Prices" 1826 N.W 84th STREET PL 7-OS46 ASPHALT MATERIAL CO. 100 N.W. 57th Avenue MO 7-2551 PAVING WITH PLANT MIXED ASPHALT It's Clean — It Wears Longer P.O. Box 786 Coral Gables "' %  V'-V^K'V^V^'^H--V-W^%  vv^'-vv-vv EEST WISHES TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND CLIENTS FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR LESLIE SIMMONDS RICHARD LOWE TO ALL GREETINGS LAWN SPRAY SPECIALIST" Superior Nursery & Spray Service, lie* GUARANTEED CHINCH BUG CONTROL ON A YEARLY BASIS FERTM.IZER ADDED AT NO CHARGE 1600 N.W. 42nd Ave. .e.>w*^e Roeo) PHONES NE 4-3388 NE 5-8000 Greetings to All ALBERT PICK HOTELLA YOU WILL ENJOY YOUR STAY HERE BAY HARBOR ISLAND 9601 E. Bay Harbor Drive UN 6-7328 ^"V~V^*^' I ^* W* -C A.. G?tE* NGS 4 ffeaey Mew Jem to Oar Jevisft GAYLORD CONTAINER CORPORATION B1VIS10N Of CROWN ZELBtBAOt CORPORATION JbM PETERS NORAVM I 6CHVWN Bra* Radio Television Service -WE SERVICE ALL TYPES' T.V. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOOD TOWN formerly DULANEYS Fency Fruits Vegetables Frozen Foods Prime Meets Fency G rocerie s 411 W. 41st STREET MIAMI REACH JE 8-0551 Free Delivery %  v^* %  V^^ li 'V*^* l ^'V*V—v^>v 1322** N.W. 2M Si. NT OX Kill) To All Greetings ALBERT HALLQUIST BUILDER CONTRACTOR H22 NX 2nd AVE„ Mian* It 4-5532 1



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Page 6-8 Coi Wertfc Due To Visit Here THE BEST ONES WCN Ite great day rs ever, the Msaxt: HrraM -Onh af the Year 1 ro w <4 (W jadces, AE lh w | > the Mr rend all of the entries I *as afraid Ha: as %  "* fek Ike uw *ay Cime ap arith the uw th aa r r Oa the panel my utaaar nas land ran mg A: :be dw af the ana anal mmmr mt to be afea In %  mk| project. jw^ tar r What cento I •• Tm any Gesd imaai, BeryL THEY R.EW TO MAKE SUE For DM Werth. the free ana aaihwrnrlrrt Israel bm a drmag farce ever she MCM to a P al i r haai auBage aa She served arith en*mxttoa to the kwa Araey am nig World Tar O. Laaer. nhen brad's War of h> lecrnB •x.-:**r> the Israel: Army a !•* Cei Werta ia be a: the Eden On. 1 for a in HUT" Mrs Saaaaet T a< Coral Gable* Shell preseac Mrs Saparo with the Woaaaa of Valor award a rt rn ato tto s of her -i-miaag work rnth the %  Mi of Israel Looking ore? the ptuuioui for an upcoming Women's Division. State of Israel Bonds function are Mrs. Samuel T. Saptro. vice chairman; Mrs. lack Kntnnan. general rhaiinmn: and Mrs, Jack C. rVxax k vice < Parents to Visit New Beach High Mr* i.mm LAZY SUSAN bfce* %  sat at :xe Cyneu. Why* B*caas tat&e gsrl a? of party table was Harel LaM at Central Beech PTA No oader she shoato" be. stare quite a fee of the chahtreu were her wry own. Let sae see there's Wavrw Tad aad Bate*. The oldest aad the Ma. aad are ahke *s :o peas to a pod. both aa Whea I called RaseL she as past reading aa artacae is ec -Why Young Mothers Fee* Trapped Haart drttaaaeiy Neat feel that ay. She as ovate besy math ail of her ceaaaaaaaaty arulrataes. anrliamg the Sisterhood of Teoaple Emaan-EL of watch she has beea president She says she u sorry that she uat artistic, and has ae UK-bo? — except to aaafce everybody happy That is indeed a hobby The ahnie faaatly eats daaaer tugether every evening They always fire feet aa diameter ha the the aevetety has wars afL You that lazy Peer aa a %  hail. Haael sneaks away aaaav aad they pa ftshmz Bet asost of the taste, a is all that sort of = tM Ji Woman WM Be Cited Here Mrs Saarael T Saptro. of Coral Gabaes. aran Tecerce the "Woaaaa of Valoraward Oct. U at the Eden Bee hotel for her arark anth the Woaaen's Dirisaoa. State of Israel Bonds. The haaar ligaatifr Mrs. Saptro has purchased and sold $10,000 a Sute of Israel Beads The proaaiseat ceaaaaaaaty a i o isa ariO also be matte d with the Exodos Aard is recocaitioe of her ed efforts aad leaderibip oa of Israel Each parent ariB f* darectly to I sea's or daafhter's BOOM aad froca thea oa arill foUeat refalar daily class sehedaal Mrs Leoa Green, prtiadent af the Parent-Teachers Assec.. arUl address the |ianati. and read the estisiated baidaei fer 19av-lMi Mmii K T a p b t d copies af the ariQ be at each desk. Baser -school"' is will report as the cafeteria for reMrs is PTA be Mrs. LaV Jaamal. EdMania SoloIrriac Sazea Bersard ShotPh-Jhp Podel aaherf. special a v a r d s: Jaaefh Verdooe runaiade: B. Schaaaaaasayer. sanshaat; Gerald Pert, Tag Day; |adrc-v Fr Kassj Cease, Maths Zee. Middle East aaaay tunes. She receetly l et ai a c d frora her tenth Mrs Saptro has served Hadasr the past 25 years, and holds a Mfe aat lahn i hip ta the American Jewish Coazress. Five hundred are expected to attend the Academy Women Launch be wMt there lea years ace. Mrs. Leo Erewa • chart darec to i M Arab haws* that the Krewas HIVIM adopted the slogan. "Growing With Your Child."' the Ifeb rem Academy PTA is plaoaiaf a series of tea lectures fer the current school year. Mrs Jack BncbtPTA president, revealed W e datsdaj These lectures will revolve the Jewish boadays. and ariB be designed to acquaint the parents with customs and cereaaonaes pertahunc to each festival. Mrs Fred ZISQIMI parent educatioa chaimian. Aated. First disrussaoo greup net hi Mrs ZtaQuat's heaae. IBIS Lenox ere.. Monday Rabbi Alexander S Gross, principal of the Academy. Woas.-ed New Year cashaaat. TilJis Mrs Irriac ErsenrtaC Mrs. David Sbeidoa aad Mrs Sam Starhe. The evening ariB center araaad the PTA theme 'Key te the Class ream — Teachers aad Subjects." Mrs. Alan Jay will he installed president of the Bay of Hope chapter of the Jewish National Home far hathmahr Chaahn at Denver in rfw i n Oct. S at the Sherry Froatenac hotel Other officers to be installed far the new organoatiaa are Mesdaaaes AI Abraaas. Mama GreiseL and Sen. Harry P the United ariO he tatton af the iey. Cain, aresaaeatof af Dade Coast*, officer. Presetwill be by Ma Of the GreatNataxul mx he hvtauatm AHmw Satfew Sisterhood of Te will head a her" at the boose af Mrs. Dan Piw, BB51 Carlyle are.. Sarfsade. B charge af rescnitaani are Mrs. Cart! on Blake, nee am ah at a* aaeasbership, aad Mrs Yvette Stfberger. ce-chaamaan Sance thear baaae sal er-y eajayed the services at Tt ereet afl af the man en: N her We w Pythian Women Meet Ibehriet n ii a st of the Pythaaa Ststers of FVanda was held Tuesday eveaenx at Flagter Temple Dastnct deputy grand chart Shirley Bach officiated Mrs M. Lubin as Flagter Temple's most excellent chart Parss affirm! rtsB by Mrs Bach araB he aa M ond ay eeaaasg at Manai Temple 1* ia Odd Feiloms HaB. BIS NW 4th a Mrs. Kay Conexceffent chart. pat a chance m ^ -w iBBSt Mf*rs Ctawset af Dade Heights Jewel classes tar haHream Mrs L Gregg AB sixth, seventh. re united ta at as charne Utmfkmhk Wilxtemi tkelhiidmr ttstWhhn 9m 4 THE MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB



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Friday. September 30. 1*>G0 -Jewish ftorktiain Academy PTA Plans Reception For Faculties Parent-Teachers Asgn. pi jjjc Hebrew Academy will tender a reception to members of the Hebrew and English faculty on Sunday evening, at the Fontainebleau hotel. Recently-elected officers of the PTA will be installed. Installation will be by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy. To be installed are Mesdames Jack Buchsbaum, president; Leonard Rosen, Theodore Nelson, Emanuel Finkel and Matthew Zuckerman, vice presidents; Fred Zisqnit. treasurer; .Milton Ehrenreich, recording secretary; Gerald Greenberg and Abe Hoffenberg, corresponding secretaries; Louis Bunim, social secretary; Nathan Spiegelman, parliamentarian; Aaron S. Lauer, chaplain; Isidore Dickman, historian. Also to be honored are the more than 50 new parents who have joined Uie Academy's PTA. Using the theme if 'This Year We Build," parents will have an opportunity to obtain a detailed description of the projected building from James Garland, consulting architect from the firm of ConHell, Pierce, Garland, and Friedman, and Morris Lapidus, of Lapidus, Kornblath, Harle, and Liebman, who will be present. Mrs. Herbert Berger, outgoing program chairman, will introduce members of the faculty. Each teacher will be pinned by Mrs. M. H. Rosenhouse, a past president of the PTA. Mrs. Jonah Caplan, immediate past president, will introduce the new officers. Chairman of the evening will be Mrs. Emanuel Finkel. Part of the music program will include songs from Israel pertaining to the holiday of Sukkoth which is to be celebrated beginning Oct. 110. Ami Gilad, a member of the Israel Sabra Dancing and Singing (-rbup, which recently completed a tour of South America and will be appearing at Copa City this winter, is scheduled to present this unusual program through song and acordian. Page 7-B Blind Mother Learns to Live With Her Handicap-and to Write a Fearless Book Courageous woman faced the truth about her marriage. Shoshana Ladles Hear Panelists Shoshana chapter of B'nai B'rith Women held its first meeting of the 1960-61 club year on Tuesday svening at Dade Heights Jewish Center. Panel discussion highlighted "Are We Doing too Much for Our Children Today?" Guest and moderator was Mrs. Solomon Wurch. counselor from Jewish Family and Children's Service. Panelists were Edwin Marshall, principal, Scott Lake Elementary School; Dr. Stanley Rosenthal. pediatrician; and Dr. Richard Greenbaum, child psychologist. Mrs. Irving Finn is program vicepresident. .. ^t^$pexil Report Tomi Keitlcn, who worked for many years with the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith as director of its Springfield, Mass., office, tells an incredible and inspiring story in her autobiography, "Farewell to Fear," which is becoming a new best-seller. Tomi's story of how she learned to live with sudden blindness is much more than a courageous woman's triumph in overcoming her handicap — it is a stirring account of hew the human spirit, when faced with an overwhelming crisis, can conquer fear. Her book demonstrates with heart-breaking, yet inspiring, truth that the human will can face up to the worst that life offers. Lecturer, business executive, social servant, mother and fighter in the ranks of Jewry, Tomi Keitlen, aided by her seeing-eye dog Duchess, has explored new human adventures since her blindness. She has learned to ski and mountain climb, has traveled alone throughout the world, met new tests of courage and made new discoveries about herself. And it was not all easy. She had to face the truth about her marriage, learn to rear her daughter alone, build a new career, make a new home in a strange city, resist the well meant efforts of those who tried to keep her dependent and conquer her own weakness. How she accomplished this is told wi:h candor and courage in a book that will give you new hope and insight into your own life. "Farewell to Fear," written with j Norman M. Lobsenz, is published by Bernard Geis Associates. (S3.95) Fashion Festival Slated for Beach Fashion spotlight of the world will focus locally Feb. 7, when Mi| ami Beach hosts the first annual International Fashion Festival at the Miami Beach Convention Hall. Directed by executive producer 'Jerome J. Berger. the month-long festival will be highlighted by a week's display of American manufacturers' exhibits and the presence of the world's leading courlouriers. Expected are such giants of the industry as Paris' Nina Ricci and Balenciaga, Rome's Simonette and 1 Fontana. London's Norman Hartnell and Worth, plus representative* from Madrid, West German, Israel, Mexico and Rio De Janeiro. Nine special events are planned jwith producer Berger anticipating the greatest furor from the presence of the continent's most prominent haute couture mannequins. Fashion Show Held in Gables Coral chapter of the American Medical Center at Denver heir" Ian opening membership brunch at the Women's Club of Coral Gables [on Wednesday noon. Mrs. Irving Rubenstein was chairI man of the afternoon, with Mrs. Harry 8. Schwartz assisting in the presentation of a fashion show by [Parson's of Coral Way. Funds will go to the Eleanor Roosevelt Foundation for Cancer Research at the Center in Denver. • 6190 S.W. 8 ST. • 23*3 S.W. 67 AVE. • 19M PONCE DE LEON MVD. • 1263 W. FLAGIER ST. • 3050 N.W. 7 ST. • 1753 N.E. 2 AVE. • 450 N.E. 125 ST. • 13020 N.E. 8 AYE. • 321 OPALOCKA BIVB. • SUNM.AND SHOPPING CENTER (11301 S. DIXIE HWY.) • RED BIRD SHOPPING CENTER (5795 BIRD ROAD) • CENTRA! SHOPPING PLAZA (N.W. 37 AVE. and 7 ST.) • NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER (N.W. 27 AVE. and 79 ST.) 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irJOCIAWE m the \A/oman s 14U/ Making preparations to leave for the Orient are Judge Kenneth Oka and his charming wife It's easy traveling with Gertrude She speaks so many languages fluently ... Doris Lowenstein is still raving about the beauty of Majorca Island .. She has just returned after three weeks in Europe, touring Italy, France, England, and, of course, Majorca, off the coast of SDain Her friend, Mrs. Ora Misrach, of New York, found her such pleasant company that, in appreciation, she presented Doris with a pleasant surprise at the the end of the trip Ask Doris Mrs. Leon (Alyce) Ell recently returned from Chicago, where she visited with her daughter, Sandra Dalkin, son-in-law, Joel, and their two beautiful children But she brought back ne new pictures of the moppets Incidentally, BOW that Alyce is back. l'an*>Un6top Cards" are available for purchase here once again rShe and Inez Krensky have a "going business" in this unusual item, with proceeds slated for charity Latest novelty on their list re "Travelers Dainty Dryers." < It didn't take th Hyman (Helen) Goldsteins long to integrate themselves here The couple are newcomers from Newark, N.J. Helen is chairman of hospitality for Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood .. At Wellesley they call it getting Freshman Honors, but it's just the same as being on the Dean's List anywhere else And that's where Linda, daughter of Louis and Elsie Easton, wound up Now shes off for her second year there, and a try for Sophomore Honors Originally, Benjamin and Mildred Cypen were Floridians %  Now, they've moved back from Philadelphia with their children, Stuart and Beverly The family's new home is immediately behind the Sheridan Theatre .. That should be fun .. Ben's with the Miami Beach Federal. .. The Earl Pertnoys, 5000 Cherokee ave.. and the Irvin Shapiros, 63 SW 31st rd., have jet tickets for an 11-day jaunt to London and Paris, leaving New York on Nov. 3 ... Wedding Bells The Irving (Bing) Kossoffs. 4444 No. Meridian ave., are telling friends about the engagement of their daughter, Judy, a student at Boston U., to Stuart Eisenberg, of Hillside, N.J. |... The couple will be married next June Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno, 5415 Sheridan ave., are home after two months of auto travel Itinerary included Monticello, N.Y.; Brooklyn, N.Y., where they visited their daughter and son-in-law, ;Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon (Juliette) Rothberg, and their two grand I children: Woodridge, N.Y.; Lakewood. N.J.; and Baltimore ... On the way back, the couple met up with Donna — but were pleasantly [surprised to find their home in fine shape when they reached [Miami Beach Only the garden was a shambles. Sevitzky, music director and conductor of the Univerty or aiami-Symphony Orchestra, is rehearsing for the -season's enlng concert Oct. 23 and 24 ... Dr. Sevitzky opened the Stunner Pops Series on June 19, then departed with his wife, Mary, for in auto trip to New York, where the couple visited friends, including ioris Chaliapin, noted cover illustrator for TIME Magazine lid-July and August, the Sevitzkys spent in LaGrange, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark, of the Tides hotel, are back [from an extensive trip through Europe, visiting England, Holland, I France, Belgium, Switzerland, and Italy Highlight of their trip was the four weeks the couple spent touring Israel Morris [brought back a Torah Scroll for the Tides synagogue Mrs. Carrie Zinner, co-chairman of servettes at Mt. Sinai [Hospital, has donned her pink uniform again after a three-month j leave She was away on a visit to her hometown of Cleveland, (and to see more friends, went to Buffalo and Saranac, N.Y. It was airlift to Las Vegas for Dr. Denis Quittner and his [Ruth Then another short trip to California to be with family [for the High Holy Days ... Mrs. John (Helene) Owens has been confined to the hospital [. Friends are wishing a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Florence) Amdur and their friends, the Tom Grubers, thought it would be nice to see their own state off they went to Naples, St. Petersburg, and Ft. Myers [The fishing was wonderful ..Besides, they luckily missed HurIricane Donna Returning from their trip abroad and greeted by their family [were Mr. ancTMrs. William (Sylvia) Segal The Ralph (Ethel) Speros are back from at trip out west [The change broke their pattern of recent vacations, when they [traveled to Europe. Postcard from the Schweizerhof in Lucerne. Switzerland, written [by Leo Eisenstein and his Nola, wishing friends a Happy New fear. The couple met Sam Rost during their travels and will neet him and the Sam Blanks in Paris prior to their return home )ct. 7. And, from the Emerald Isle, Cork, "Marshy Place," word to friends from Harry Zukernick and his Sue, offering greetings from |the Land of the Pixies, and describing an encounter with former )ublin Mayor Robert Briscoe. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur (Eve) Burrell scheduled to meet Mr. and Irs. A. Herbert (Lois) Mathes and Inez Krensky in Israel, where tiey are spending the High Holy Days together. Friends are offering congratulations to Edith Irma (Mrs. Million) Siegel on being elected to the National Society of Interior designers. She's now "doing" the three apartments in the new executive, House. The Samuel (Felice) Uptons still reminiscing about their European jaunt. The wonderful part, Felice says, was that leir children. Iris and Delsie, were with them when they visited Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Jack (Janet) Rauch made all the arrangements r the Miami Beach Shoe Shoe at the DeauviUe Sept. 24 through Jack's president of the organization, and Janet's executive The Abe Eisenbergs, of the Riverside chain, head for the >uachita Mountains of Arkansas on Oct. 4. They'll stay at the krlington hotel in Hot Springs for three weeks It will be their 3th vacation trip there. -€ SMI It was steak for the Hon. James MacDonald, first U.S. AmbasContfnuod on P*90 12 B —i— "dewish IHLoridian Miami, Florida, Friday. September 30, 1960 Section B At a Temple Israel function in Weatview CounFunction featured a model exhibition of the by Club last Saturday are (left to right) Mrs. Temple's new Community House addition. Leopold L. Schwartz, Mrs. Jay R. Schwartz, (See "Charmingly Yours," Page 9-B.) Mrs. Stuart Gordon, and Mrs. Nathan Lee. Membership Parties to Launch New Year for Council of Jewish Women MRS. WltUAM IRENNER Women Plon Membership Push Mrs. Max Stadler, over-all vice president of membership for Brandeis University National Women's Committee, held a luncheon at the Delano hotel on Sept. 15 for area membership chairmen. Plans for the membership drive to be held Friday. Oct. 21, were completed. The intensive drive will be culminated by a series of get-together coffees. "The Brandeis Story." of the dedication of 70,000 women across the country in their support and maintenance of Brandeis University Library will be related to guests at each of the homes. Area chairmen are Mesdames Leon Allen, Jerome Halperin, Morris Marder, Paul Meidenberg. Irving Rothman. Actively assisting in spearheading the drive for new members were Mesdames Ben Zion Ginsburg, past president and member of the national annual membership committee; Lawrence Kline, former national board member and presently serving on the national membership committee; and Solomon Margolis, president of me Greater Miami chapter of Brandeis University national Women's Committee. Starting the new year in their new quarters at 1317 Biscayne Blvd., the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, is using a fresh approach to acquaint new members with its program. Mrs. William I. Brenner, membership vice president of Section, said that the divisions have abandoned their traditional membership teas. Instead, each will have the first meeting in the form of a membership party on Wednesday. Council members are asked to bring one or more new members as their admission to these parties. • • • Bay Division will have a membership brunch at t h e Balmoral hotel at 11 a.m. Council's projects will be illustrated in a musical skit, "Can-Can You Bring a New Member?" • • • Biscayne Division has planned a country fair at the Masonic Lodge, 41 Valencia ave., Coral Gables, with a box lunch to be served at 12 noon. Old and new members are invited to "Come to the Fair." and to participate in a cake baking contest. • • Indian Crook Division is using an N. Dade Ladies Open Season North Dade chapter of B'nai Brith Women held its first meeting of the season at congregation Yehudah Moshe on Tuesday. Israeli fashions and jewelry were displayed by Women's Division of Israel Bonds. Also shown was a demonstration of how to take a trip with one suitcase, with clothes by Saks Fifth Avenue. Program chairman was Mrs. Ralph Abramson. Indian pow-pow theme for its skit, "Indi-Antics." Meeting is at the Fontainebleau hotel for lunch at 12 noon. Islands Division will meet at the Roney Plaza hotel for brunch at 11:30 a.m. The program. "You Plus Service Equals Council," will feature NCJW's new film. "A Small Triumph," recently issued by the national office. This will be the first showing of the film to any of the general membership in t h i a area. Lincoln Division will also meet at the Barcelona hotel, with lunch to be served in the Granada room at 12:30. The program, "Getting to Know You," will feature Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, past president of Greater Miami Section and past president of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations, as speaker. Mrs. Lehman, whose column, "We the Women," appears regularly in the Jewish Floridian, topic will speak on "Tapestry of Conversation." • • • Shores Division has planned a membership party around a wedding theme. "Wedding" dessert will be served at the Hurricane Harbor res.aurant. Biscayne Blvd. and 126th St.. at 12:45 p.m. • • • Sunsot Division will hold its membership party at the Miami Springs Country Club at 11:30 a.m. After lunch, members will present a musical revue, "Council in Orbit," depicting Council's services. • Evening Division's membership party will also be held on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Sid Langer, 4209 Granada Blvd.. Coral Gables, at 7:30 p.m. The party will carry out a political theme, and will acquaint new members with Council through a skit entitled "Council Caucus."



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Friday, September 30, 1960 +Jewlst> tUrldtian Page 9-B A#ESTVIEW Country Club was the scene Saturday night of the first in a series of cocktail and dinner parties sponsored by Temple Israel for its members. When the series is complete, every member will have been invited to attend a party, purpose of which is to acquaint the congregation with the need for a new building project which will comprise the Temple's proposed Community House and Sunday School. A model of the proposed building was unveiled Saturday. Wife of the chairman of the campaign, Mrs. Sam Levenson, wore a black and white print dress with a full lantern type sleeve. Her skirt featured controlled fullness. Also in black and white was Mrs. David Hochberg. Her sheath was of a sheer imported cotton, with the white of the patterned print reembroidercd in white iridescent sequins. Mrs. Harold Thurman selected a hand-screened print in jewel lone multicolors. Her neckline was a low scoop in the front and dipped to lower decolletage in back. The puffed sleeves were of white organdy sprinkled with rhinestones, with a scalloped parasol type of oversleeve in the print fabric. Her bodice was fitted, and her skirt was full. • • • BLACK was the color chosen by "* two women at the same table. Mrs. Max V. Cogen selected silk jersey with Grecian draping. Her matching sweater was embroider ed with black sequins and pail Idles in a diamond pattern. Mrs Irvin Korach, who with her archi tect husband, unveiled the build ing model which he helped de sign, wore silk crepe in a sheath style. Her neckline was a V both front and back, and her dress featured a wide cummerbund effect of peau dc soie. Pink over pink was the color iombination chosen by Mrs. A. J. Harris, whose husband is president of the congregation. Her sheath was of alencon lace over silk satin. The dress was one she had made on a recent vi>it in Hong Kong. Mrs. Sam Goldstein selected a white silk with a black coin dot print. The upper part of her bodice was of sheer black silk organza. Also choosing a combination of fabrics was Mrs. Abe Fine, whose black silk crepe featured a chantilly lace topping. Mrs. Harold Spaet chose a most becoming moonstone grey silk chiffon over satin. The sheath was molded from an Empire waistline emphasized in satin. Her portrait neckline was softly gathered, creating a radiating effect, which was continued in the abbreviated jabot insert. • • • TONES and shades of greens blended in the print worn by Mrs. Leopold Schwartz. Her bodice was of silk chiffon styled in the blouson effect, with her skirt in a matching satin print sheath. Mrs. Maurice Rich selected a black sheath with full puffed sleeves of white organdy, featuring the organdy-on-organdy in petal appliques. At the head table. Mrs. David Fleeman wore a white silk linen sheath which set off her dark hair. Mrs. William D. Singer brought back her dress fabric from Japan, and made her shirtwaist style dress of black silk organza which featured foliage embroidery. Chatting with her at the cocktail party was Mrs. Sam Luby, who chose a royal blue pure silk alpaca two-piece ensemble. Mrs. Marshall Stein w o r e a shirtwaist style with the bodice of black alencon lace, and the skirt of oyster white peau de soie. Her skirt achieved its fullness with minature pleats. The~£eter Pan collar was double tiered. Simchas lorah Celebration Sinn-has Torah celebration will be held at the David Pinski Folk School, 1534 Washington ave., on Friday evening, Oct. 14. The celebration is scheduled for the Seville hotel. Bing Crosby and Fabian are roommates in the freshman dorm in the hilarious college comedy, "High Time." 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Page S-B •JewisHkrkMan Friday, September 30. I960 Roslyn Caplan's Troth Revealed Hz. and Mrs. Fred Rosengarden arnounce the engagement cf her daughter. Roslyn Mae Caplan. to Mr Edward Suss. The groom-to-be is the son of Mr. and Mrs Sidney Suss, of Coral Gables. Miss Caplan is the daughter of the late Mr. Sidney Caplan. She attended T o w s o n State Teachers College and the Baltimore Institxie. Mr. Suss is a graduate of Harvard University A midwinter wedding is planned. Jacobs, Chaiken Exchange Vows Mrs Ann Jacobs and Mr Hejer Chaiken were married Sept. 14 in Nee York City Mrs. Chaiken is the former MarxFord, of television station WTYJ. iad* station WMIE. and The Miami News Her tow sons are Capt. Alvin Medic Defends Milk in Diet Taking issue with recent slatemrnls that milk should be eliminated from the diet of older per. sons, Dr. Martin S. Belle this week labeled such opinions as "wholly \ insupportable and contrary to results shown in medical research. Dr. Belle, president-elect of the Heart Assn. of Greater Miami ,inpeaker. Fashions designed and mde in OF.T schools aril] be shown for the first time in Miami. Chairman of t>-f ia] is Mrs Samuel Pollack T Mrs Joseph V kes .>il! make the opening adThe timeliness of the ORT program and the ever-increasing needs (C Rehabilitation •hroushom Europe. Israel and North Africa make It imperative that ORT increase i:< membership to support the 600, schools at w hich thousands may learn skills to make them s*u*-< A ItfvltMmM I lni\# svppon:ng and self-respecting." ** M ** %  • *->. Wilkes said. Mrs Samuel Slosberg is in groups needed by people of all Mrs. Solomon B Margolis. presbeen appointed to the national an&* %  %  %  £"* %  f idem of the Greater Miami chap nual and life membership commit" !" [l at ] T"T,r !" ul taken each day, it is difficult to get the amount of calcium necessary in the well balanced diet," ter of Brandeis University National tee. Women's Committee, has received gig, Ben Zion Ginsberg, a past official word from Mrs. Harold president of. the local Brandeis Goldberg, national president, of chapter and former member of the s ^_ ; the appointment of two members national board, has also received of the Greater Miami board to this honor. sr\e on national committees. ... The official notification now Vr *.Ji wre 1 n w e C ^ m*^* a total of three Greater Mi trc^ M. a am. n ^art n has am. women who have received this dance Saturday cv „, ing in sklar on the Greater M iami board, has ^^^j ^^ Wlthin ^ past Audi orium p^ gnm will feature year Previously. Mrs. Sydney M. a catered dinner and floor show. Schwartz was elected to the na tional board. Men's Club Sponsors Event Men's Club of Temple Ner Tamid is sponsoring a post-Vom Kippur Sugarine Can Help Your Fall Fashions Fit Dale Regent, president, is chain man of the event. The Brandeis National Women's MOtTOff MART Picks Mrs. Grant charge of recreations. Committee has assumed complete SistOfhood Slofes P/fff responsibility for the support and The new fall and winter fasnions maintenance of the library at the "First Nighters." under the aus1 are in. and every one of the designuniversity. A non fund raising orpices of Temple Ner Tamid Suterers stresses the pencil-slim, slendganization. it supplies all books, hood, will present "Night of Janucr lino Don't be discouraged when recordings and microfilms, and fiary 16th" at Sklar Auditorium on you try on these new styles. nances the purchase of equipment, Oct. 22 and 23. The play is a mys" We have a partner in our corner th "*""* <* tD buildings tery-drama without a pre-arranged helping us fight the battle of the ^J^.' !" ^ !" ^!.** **" P"** "* .*"— U1 selected bulge." Called Sugarine. a no calof professional librarians. from the audience. Mrs. Morton iMiriam) Grant. one h id sweetener lts actually of Coral Gables. wiU serve during swceSer than sugarcomes in conthe coming year as a member of centrated form, yet without any Na the artificial taste. Best of all. it has Cptro Company Opening ^ Uniws|ty ^ Alabama U0fl Opera of Miami will open ">*> Alumni CouncU for me absolutely no food value, hs third Light Opera season with Women's Division. ^ ^.^ |QO ^^ g ^^ George Gershwin s popular AmerA graduate of .Alabama. Mrs. bottle will sweeten more than 700 ican musical. "Of Thee I Sing." Grant has been active in the Amerone teaspoonful to equal 16 of >ugThe work, w ill be presented in Dade j c n Assoc. of Nniversity Women, ar. and a tablespoon is the equivaCour.iy Au-;tonum on Oct. 7 and Women's Auxiliary of Mt Sinai >ni of a cupful of sugar. 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Page 10-A Friday. September 30. I960 Nikita Snubs Golda Meir at Opener Ce^tinued from 1 A Young Men's Dirisioa of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation meets to launch education and leadership protects lor 1961. Seated are Ctet to right Arthur S. Rosichan. executive director: Sam I. Heiman. president of Federation; and Frederick R. Schec. Standing are Andrew Geller. overall rhairrnan of the Young Men's Division end Kenneth Myers. to welcome him. the Soviet Premier arose and walked -down" "the left aiiJe to the Assembly auditorium, passing by Mrs. Metr aod walking across the podium to the extreme right of the huge hall to shake hands with Cuba's Prune Minister Fidel Castro. Then Mr. Khrushchev retraced his steps. again ignoring the presence of the Israeli delegation as be passed by the Israelis to return to his seat. On the other hand. UH Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold seemed to go out of his way to greet Mil Meir and to ignore both Mr. Khrushchev and Ahmad Shukairy. chairman of the Saudi Arabian delegation The Secretary General walked down the left aisle, passing by Mr. Khrushchev an} greeting and evidently i Shukairy pointedly. Israel Envoy to Austria Due as For Trial on Perjury Charge Aoamst HH MpnitUn of the Soviet and Arab blocs Frederick Roland, Permanent Beprwtentarta. to Ireland, who ho* dtstineuHM himself hero in the last throe years ln sjMs n t l t as a friend of Israel, was el ec t e d President of ths General A n aiw hfy. The Sovie t end Arab Mocs backed far the %  m id mci J.ri Nmk. of Caschoiwvahis. Mr. to IS That resolution received Israel's wholehearted endorsement in spite af the fact that it had among Ms co-sponsors all ten members of the Arab League. The resolution placed full confidence in Mr. Hammarskjold. A Soviet resolution against Mr. Hammarskjold called his actions in the Congo a "failure." In has address to the AssamMr, hV. Camay, referring to Israel medical aid sent t* the Conto said that it was "a matter of seme satisfaction to us that in this humanitarian field, Israel has hewn able to make its own modest contribution by rvshina a medical loam to the Congo." Mr. Comay said that Israel had no personal interest in requesting that military assistance to the Congo be only through the United Nations. -Israel has many friends in Africa." he declared. •This friendship is based on the deep conviction that we who are young c ountr ie s should seek each other out. should share each other's experience in nation-buildini; and should, in fruitful cooper with each other, attack our < mon enemies, which are poverty, ignorance, the underdeveloped state of our countries and the un derprivileged state of our peoples." flUSI NERVOUS IU 5TRON6ER Yet SATO ANACIH .— AVIV — JTA — Yeheskel Sa bar I>eti Ambassador to Austria, i-cbemued for trial in District Cenrt here Oct. 2 on a charge of permry. Be p ma n ed net gmlry to the charge when he appeared here s*p* :tThe case grew oat of a libel sate msutated m 1967 by .Amos BenGsnoa, son of the Prime Minister, who *as then deputy Inspector General of Ponce nader Mr Sahar The UKer. who was Amos BenGanac s chief, test died aa at the Premier's soa. %  wblisbod allegations that he had bee fwe mvotvmo a afyowaa BetvGuoen. Yesbay ah Yarhani. Amos Bcc-Gtmon woa the case after Mr Sahar had testified he did not knowYarkoni as under -usptooe He was awarded damages but a higher court later redaeed the %  mo na t of damages. la the coarse of the w d gm eat redermg the damages, the court Mr. Sahar of perjuring Mr Sahar is on leave from service pending t h e court's deterauaatioa of the charge* against busier Mr. Neseh and nine Thor Ynorsooy of Iceland. Israel strongly endorsed the action by Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold and his aides in the Conga. 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?"• Friday. September 36. 1960 +Je*istncri(fc>n Page 3-B The Sweet Tomh for After Fast By LEAH LEONARD Holiday time brings occasions for entertaining family and Jriends, so is a wise homemaker who does her special baking early We like lo keep our cookie container well pilled with cookies, for instance, in case we run short of a Yom l"ov special cake. We suggest the (following easy-to-bake "sweets" to suit all tastes, from nibbling teenjgers to Babbas and Zaidas: Here's an idea for an uncooked fruit cake we think you will like lo make right now or tuck away In your recipe file for use at some special occasion. It looks and tastes [ike more. And so easy to mix up pnd store in your refrigerator, at jeast ten days before serving time. Uncooked Fruit Cake Supreme 1 pound seeded raisins, cut fine 1 pound pitted dates, unsugared, cut or diced fine 1 pound black mission figs, 1 pound walnuts, chopped fine after shelling 12 marashino cherries, halved or quartered Grated rind of Vi large orange Grated rind of 1 lemon 1-3 cup dark brown sugar, firmly packed A dash of salt 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg 2 teaspoons cinnamon V4 teaspoon ground ginger | V* cup thick orange juice, unstrained (or frozen kind) 3 tablespoons rum or brandy | M cup fine dry cake crumps, optional [Combine the prepared dried nits, nuts, maraschino cherries pd grated fruit rinds in a mixing rl. Mix sugar, salt, spices and is together with the first mixre until well coated. Add the nge juice and rum or brandy, ing with two forks. Press this iily into a loaf pan, 8 x 4 x 2 1 J le size, that has been greased salad oil and lined with wax er or aluminum foil. Press vn and smooth over the top. inkle with dry cake crumbs, ess down again. Cover with aluminum foil and Variation 3: Brush tops of cookstore in the refrigerator about lOjies while warm, with evaporated days before unmolding. May be milk, and press a alnut or almond garnished with pecan halves, cut'half on *e1fferoT"each cookie. Re -* maraschino cherries or just dusted ] (urn to hot oven for 2 minutes or with confectioners' sugar a fewslip under broiler flame to lightly minutes before serving. Remove brown. the top covering, place a flat serv-i ,. .. .. .„ •ng plate over, and holding plate V 3 !" 1 0 4: Combine 1 cup sifted filled pan firmly together, turn ^ cd c"f"


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-'?£*: Page 16-B +Jels*nork&n Friday, Septombw an UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION OF THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA RABBI DR. ISAAC HIRSH EVER, DIRECTOR TISHRI 10th DAY TIM B? WISEUl u.s. CHOICE and U.S. PRIME] MEATS OKIT OCTOBER 1st DAY The HOLIEST Day In the Jewish Calendar... o our man nj 4"riends an a K-^ustomers and U heir -families *.


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Page 10-B vjenist: norktian Friday, September 30, i960 Rabbi Weiitreb Heads Yeshiva Rabbi Ger>hon \V e 1 n r e b. of Brooklyn. NY. was appointed Rosh Yeshiva and professor of Talmudic studies of the new Mesifta High School which opened Monday. Sept. 19. at 710 Meridian ave.. Miami Beach. A student of the Mesifta Chaim j Berlin, one of the outstanding Jewish Rabbinic Seminaries in the United States. Rabbi Weinreb rered bia rabbinical ordination in 1952. New Air Service Inaugurated Here Pearly Gait V Hal Pearl Conferring fh* degree upon ti'm was Rabbi Isaac Hutner, dean and president of that institution. From 1952 to 1958, Rabbi Weinreb took advanced rabbinic studies in the graduate school of Mesifta Chaim Berlin. Prior to OBSERVATIONS OF A TIRED TRAVELER: Its good to be back in Miami. Nice to have a lot of palms out to greet you (that is, the ones that ucrer. t blowr. de\m by Donna.) 1: was a long, long journey, close to 6 500 miles by auto, touch ing 15 cities, nt hiding a hop across the border to Toronto. Mayte one reason the summer season didn't craw its usual quota of tourists to our far-flung row of hotels and motels was that the weather in m t and east tru unusuaily cool with few and rare ex i opt It was strange for me to wear a jacket ard tfe and felt comfortable in traffic and out, in the usually hot-as-blaies cities like Detroit, Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh. There's been a lot of talk about the rapidly diminishing over-sized fifjhi ,.jf, hat were so profuse at one time here, 'like the Latin Quaror. Beachcomber, etc \ But those type of clubs have also disappeare.. 'rom Detroit Cleveland, and Pittsburgh downtown areas, too. and New York can only support two. the Latin Quarter and Ccpacabana. The local strip clubs are being continually harassed by the author .ties because according to them, they are bad for the tourist trade. On he other hand. Detroit which frowned on them for years, recently ipened a large Convention Hall, and the spots with strip dancers (or •exotics" athey prefer to have them called) are springing up al! ver Motor Town. The City Fathers there believe they are necessary %  >art ot the overall clan to make conventioners feel they are having he time of their lives — something they can talk about to their home oik. One of the big, surprises of the trip i the phenomenal commercial growth of Toronto. Every day *n old building is torn down somewhere in that crowded Canadian metropolis to make way for a towering office boiWing. Giant industries from here and abroad are setting up headquarterhere, and money is flowing like water (or, better yet, like that tast> 'anadian ale>. Strangely enough, wilh all the newcomers taking uj .uarters in Toronto, many old-fashioned laws are still rigidly enforced ike the closing of all places of entertainment and drinking i alcohol ic jn Sunday, including movie theatres. Night clubs and bars must close it midnight Saturday, and at 1 am other mornings. As a result, package stores do a landslide business Saturday, be cause everybody has a '"cocktail" party on Sunday at home. Traffic problems (just too many autos everywhere and not enough ?xpressways and adequate highways) are confronted in every metro politan center. Even Detroit's famed expressways slow down to a walk faring rush hours, with bumper-tobumper tralfic crawling along. In many cities, city planners are blueprinting large downtown aroas (Pittsburgh especially) for a return to urban living, replacing o*d warehouses, office buildings and factories, with modern tow e ring multi-unit apartment houses. The planning experts figure if everybody moves to the suburbs. it'll be almost impossible in a few years to provide enough expressways and highways to give them room to and from the downtown areas. Any the advisory comway j^ ^v.far out in the suburbs can you go—and still get to work A new low-cost air service between Miami and major cities in Panama, Colombia, Peru, Chile and Argentina was inaugurated Monday by PeruTran AirtimTv ttre international flag carrier of Peru. Dr. Maximo Cisncros of Lima, Peru, president of the airline, said the new route, recently authorized by President Eisenhower, began southbound service with radarequipped DC-6 planes from Miami to Panama City. Lima, Santiago Chile, and Butncs Aires, Argentina. PefuTTJrMirJircs, ufMfcr its new permit from the Civil Aeronautics Board, is also aUhcrized to offer i the first non-step service between Miami and Bnrranquilla. Colombia. Cisneros said the Bcrranquilla run •/ill begin in the near future. (AMI GIBSHON WCJNtEB bis arrival here, he was an instructor of Talmud at the West Coast Taimudical Seminary at Los Aw n U s, Calif. According to Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, the Mesifta High School habeen named the Loeis Merwitzer High School "in tribute to Memwtzer's philanthropic and communal activities and dedication to the Hebrew Academy. Charter members of the Louts Merwitzer High School are Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. Merwitzer, Samuel Reinhard. Jerry Scheeter, Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz, and Alexander Moskovit.Members of mittee are Aaron S. Lauer. Moe ,„ Ume „ ^me from the office before midnight? Grundwerg. Dr. lrwin H. Makov >ky. and Rabbi Gross. Ad\er(irmiitThere's No Such Thing A* top f B | feed %  sw ad CJWAF. rwO ••OWt • Aaae^atattaW MM, nCVflfMM APfcej taaa in fng at ippli.rl by tora* ef Nut % %  parts" CM mtkt • enter ee raaaiav Ovr excadaae arnica. L.,ag aiaa drtekt, and varied aaw fawantae far yew. deOar far ooAar. ttw Boot ditrng vakta ir, Itra South OffH DAILY KM t0NCM and aaroiag diaoart frora S p.ai to w* find Caodtalight Uo taoot of Heary tekm owSty with ilii m %  to aW oyea of rawntt* aad flai idi a n t %  m b li dte u nt aocond te Rate tea la located m rWa kaort of Cocoao* Ci > 1 wasn't envious watching disgruntled burghers in those Northern cities shell out fresh cash to replenish winter and fall wardrobes. It felt eeod. because we don't have to change our attire from light to heavy far Miami's winters .(Awright. so we have one or two "cool" days!) •* WHAT'S NEW IN OUR fART OF THE WOODS: Those extra large po*h back and rocking chair type seats (1.265 of 'em) in Wometco's new 163rd Street Theatre are a real delight. You can really stretch out your legs and flop your arms in comfort. Tip to local movie theatres: There's a lot of profit at the box-office to the manager who books "Private Property," an off-beat but most exciting (and sexy) movie. No top names, but the acting and action are really something—especially the leading lady, a curvy blonde, who's ready to join the Monroe-Mansfield brigade of screen stunners •Pepe." the new two-a-day epic which will replace "Ben-Hur" at the Lincoln oa Doc. 23, stars Caatiaflas (remember him in "Around the World m B§ ays"?) and more than three dozen of Hollywood's biggest names, K's Columbia Picture's blockbuster for 1961. + ON THE BRIGHT LIGHT SCENE: Pierre Kuneyl. the old French menu magiciaa. has worked wonders at the Bonfire with Ins gourmet masterpieces. Pierre, who just celebrated his 75h birthday, has the verve of a man a couple of decades his junior. You may remember him from the Sans Souci and Versailles in the "good old hotel days" here. Chicken Divan is among the unusual delicacies served up tastefully at Charys Charlie Zelenko again is handling the dining room there, while the entertinmem in the smart and roomy lounge is under the auspices of experts Cy Hall and Henry Saffay, whose brand of showmanship j has kept the Apache Lounge jumping the past couple of years. Harry Volpe, who has been turning them away at the South Pacific restaurant's Bloody Mary Lounge, has throe gold trophies as outstanding swing guitarist and is also known fer his symphony show i ng s Tin: Party-goers who know have been using Billy Bellack's orchestra for their festive occasions Top-grade musk-makers for entertain mert and dancing, we've learned. Nothing but praise greets oar ears from local diners who have journeyed to the Candlelight Inn time and again to sample the juicy prime ribs and succulent steaks. Abe Gefter, long well-known in local kosher dining and hotel circles. is making fresh news with a new tasteful catering and guest quarters at the Cromwell hotel. Happy New Year to All ayim** ^ncomporaUe 9510 HABWNG AVI. FOt DINNCI AT THE STEINWAY tATEA, IN THE PIANO tAI MIAMI BEACH UN 6-165+ BAVID ILftOUX MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS DINE DANCE 500 Deer Run • Phce* TU 8-4521 EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY AtT HUM, Ce-Oweer w^r


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'...,• MA +Jewlsti fhrHtoti Friday, September 30, I960 irewtinq jjjfc Books: By HILARY MINDUN Account of an Attempt to Save Jerusalem Once Again THI FAITHFUL CITY: The Slew* • Jtruultm, l. by Dev Jo%eph. 3S* pp. N.w York: Slman •nd Schuttot'. tS.tS. A T HANO It H MO l"l't hOOIa I dnOUBWl of extraordlaor) hlatortoal vahM and oorreUvi of tonta poani Poo Mori .i n'' NifKi Jtrvnlon t* part %  I ii' uga wMoh modern Jawi will tn to thato ctdl drea ami irandt iiiiiiuMi .is tha lool haM ••! too century %  rlnda on. ii i ii tale winch itorta wiih fifty year* ni Bioolai kiniuuio. iQutroBi under the paw of the timi-li IIUII, leaps to incredible triumph in May of nun and continue! with .1 perpetual dlapla) ot stubhero heroic* In a way, UM belUa hi Jaruanleni lymboUaeU both (he rtubbornoeti aid lha harolca, the whale abatrnct pa ulna ol .> twodhouaaad-year journal back lo .1 homeland rha Btoto of larael mil Jeroeawtn would have beoo ag Kaaa liable a Mill itatf >>i Jo) bui 1! would I beta ao lame! wheat rtfhi hand waa mm ihoa eua ami arheai toaiua weald cleave lo tha rool "t hat mouth wr. oov mint aiirrjfevtts •ccusafiani Capital Seofiifhf. By MILTON FRIEDMAN Second-Class Citizenship Issue Explodes Anew fraahiaatea r a tttut OF am • cttiteu natural Amoawani m thi • v i u\ ih, nature 4,1 vimv W tan mM the t ceauudered a COnApeUJ \^ aaaeta ;,> M nortca • in H a c ad uurtana dam f ag tat raaan aod other uuhtai to was aaM* met thw INilW JFiratait tisHmim, Pcaf: ly SAW CAtSON The General Assembly l WMI NAttaae MM dae U aC rwaety i* ws^. aa>**e a w a a U ri ecar> a to* •M • taKfeeaei wa a a l ar of *a\i ,KI e jew Mnr eaed aaras a** WM *wl *U a teeahWM* t*e ixtVweaa *aMe*l w w w **>* %  • TW *•**. s>a**** T MM v^aty t*e at a** *; wr* aamma law** Mrav^r aarf *ei> v^ #£*> ,M tavwa rt has> &f •**• a*eaa m eeat* breai ** iv reaa>wa> a > TV :•* waa> *r vNaajaaeiripa A KwiW \i* <<^.-. rvv* *MI eaM* nan el ah* *Nva*t J>f a* Ve>wl N*a *a*< *>* aNataa TW arv -• %  aea v h? a tar* <*r*ft Mmaw ye*p>i eaaaat aa *a* ^aF avexatr I-4KUM >ar*a. **i *: S^araa eWh*A warai>alaa>t aha \iuat %  Ah** n sfcar* v stay aaa>. ta* tv M $avya*n MteMi IW *i ai iri j>at •hi a MOKe* at yaaai < Ncvea l fa a. M a* tiaueaw h-MMP aa*h V eeiOJfc-a^e %  omia a amnaaat aae nsO V ajMCT ****v aha ra>an. a >* a l aaaaaja o, at aaaa Mow vaV-^s 1 *4 aa* V5WT dMwa ma iioiia ararnM*e> aha aa*a o ao *i>i lNc a w*c >f WM a* MR aWaaMr>a.vaA w MM* ate at -a w d ho a r hwd v.N^rr*>A hUA aha? e *1 *a' a W i O i i e aeete TV *^ thW* a—c fcawayj ohalaaaja v vNtr rw v.-*h a*aMMh>aatojmr mac a> ahw 'yeWicew a)aetaaam Tte. iiw. awMaue. Jhaarn iw tee aa*i Oah The rule ami 1 that if an Individual gj:ned American citixon>hip after the war. th? I'aited S d Ltttero Ma claim. Me would have to seek com; 1 ti\n frvm the Kurv>pe.m nation where he originally held kp e\en if that nation J> now behind the Iron Curtain Ohviouaty, he areaM have n.> hope ivf alternative I if e&clutled fr\>m the I'S legislation lha Senate. kjBUBBeW, wa.unable to take final action on this eontrxnersial bill in the closing days of this last MUoa A decision was v^>t|xuiisl until the next Congress nwvts in January \. %  ". %  :'• K atang, N> York Republican, and Sen. Hart. Michigan Democrat, both committee ntemV>rs aalBOd aa^aotaon to H.R. -485. They said, in a suppleaaental report, that' following World War II we welcomed thousands of new American citizens to our shores. Lance numbers of them suffered indescribable privations .luring the war Many were tortured and enslaved and 1 he victims of every form of persecution Certainly these people wbo are now fullfledged Americans nave as daun to participate in seek a program as any other of American war claimants ~ TV two senators noted that tV committee would retern vested properties to fw t m e i Nan owners. "In otner words.' saud Sens. Keating and HarV "we are prepeanng to compensate f at m aa ene m y nationals ... if they are now cttueats. Oe Uta etner ha nd, the commute* is decreeing that other new cttaaen* amnll V denied tV right to ciaim rehef b eca e ee ef their hwmer nanenakty Sens. Keating and Hart msxsted tnat -sax* mcensist It is estimated tnat mere tan SM mlbn is avattiW to compensate Americans for proeen Orachf Orar II lertei. Another issue of .Wash m ae raa a ata* e m ar ga d OeOare the same commiltee It moKed thr Hearhrss Pt ^ wtj BtR. H R ••£ O.mgres* adjmrntd w. t hee t ennctmg tana aaensnte whach provided a BOaVfaN heJk settaemeas of ht n km i property ciamas t aVd h t V Jrwa* h^aemataan Shtrcessor M • as hhachml Olm r ) ii m;a an ed Semm C %  aaamthaa x^ :< March F. a special ares rrvw •t vaafMaJ l raw "If I forget thee, O Jerusalem"—to which Dr Joseph might have added, "if I betray thee." As governor of the besieged cily. he was in a position to observe all aspects of conduct, both civilian and military. The book has already aroused an uproar in Israel with the accusation that errors by the military commander. Brig. David Shalliel, resulted in the loss of the Jewish quarter of the Old City, which might otherwise. Dr. Joseph suggests, have been held. But the fact is that the author's charges are by no means as direct as the wire stories have indicated. Indeed. Dr. Joseph distributes his accusations among several areas. "It is still difficult to say whether the Old City was doomed from the start of the war or could have beu-n saved by different decisions or different leaders." he says, and goes on to indict the "character of the Jewish population there." particularly the ultra orthodox, the "too many Yeshiva students ... too many mystics." He takes a swing at Moshe Sharett for observing IN instructions with too much fidelity. and attacks with great bitterness and lashing contempt a man named Weingarten. To his credit. Dr Joseph also discusses what Shaltiel's problems were, and recognizes the many other factors involved in the surrender — lack of ammunition, inadequate forces, weariness, and others, equally cogent. The picture of a beleagured Jerusalem is a memorable one. In these days of airlifts, the very concept of a BmfO is almost an anachronism, calling up the clang of ancient wars. Jerusalem has know a many sieges, and the problems are always the same. Water Food. Survival. Dr. Joseph is not given to dramatics, but for all those wbo know how deeply Jerusalem is rooted in the Jewish heart, bis story needs none o:her than this detailed account of a desperate attempt to save her from her despoilers once again By DAVID SCHWARTZ Cnhnre Marches On COME HAVE thought that Tiddash eul• ture was on the wane but I mt. on the n. reaching out for Imtan. For instance, the other day. Ja 3es*ott. New York emmentag on visit to the l"-S wrote that it V characterize d hy t V Yid s umptaan." and V JMaatiam ft by teibac the story f the man who killed his father and mother and then pteaded for mercy en the g-i—Oi thnt V was an iwphan That is chetzpeh al right, hut awry %  tV Yuhmm is tVre a term for ft. nkhaaagh the ajentary ftsckt ts Mt em> fined to Jews. TV annexe nf tins aerm in other languages m a grave matter. Hew can yen nd yuursesf nf the erg ft yea Save no term for if Mr ftestan and me Times thus by ilnfn (he Ydd-sh word have TV tterary ume meeds tV tiwiim nf Ynhhsh enftmre TV



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Fog* 6-A Friday, September 30. I960 Spaet to Seek New Beach Seat On Metro Body Harc'.d B. Spaet. Miami Beach chapter. He 15 also a trustee af Mt Jewish cumSinai Hospital, leader, has announced his ^^f, ^ m a v o r -of Miami y for the ewty^reared MiBe>~*. a 9M e** %  £ *efl ne*jl-k and K mm ul way.* he said. Spaet is past pre s idea t of Temple of the Greater Mara: J the Jewish Berne for the %  :.--<: ananiaaj ami chair ncf tat board of the American ."osamsttee. Greater Miami move iota the pr en d eac y of the organuauoa this fall. He is immediate past president of the Dade Lea-roe of Ifaaicipalities. An attorney Spaet has been a resident of Dade county since 1832 He as Associate Municipal Judge of Miami Beach in 1942. and has been active ia the political and civic Lie of the community ever Resume: Rehearsal strive as it r --. -. -...-. %  w ate r s of the Miaau Beach Ceaamc:y Singers were to resume the-.* regular rehearsals oa Thursday evening in the PaBette room at* the Miami Beach Recreaiaaa Center. Ben Yosaea. director, said that ail stagers are invited to the 7.30 pjB. funcuon mhieh opens the 5 eighth consecutive -! .!! strive for managerial' has worked so Beach la a commissioner. I %  n a legislative capacity oary and leave the administration of Metro where it b el o ng! — vita the county manager.' Spaet declared N in his liijhlh year oa the Miam: Beach City Council Spaet is also f--^ v presideat of the Florida Leagae of Municipalities a group composed of public official* of 330 ctties ia the state. He will YOUR FUTURE IS HIS BUSINESS! TODAY'S %  na a rt J M by solving tomorrow** today! What b tc eaa ci of your family if you're act there? Can you afford college for your son? Do you dare !ook forward to retirement? Anxieties like these can be solved today by Living Insurance. And the maa tc help yoa is the Maa from Eouitable. He caa bring; ycu a program we!! suited to your aeeds—a program to relieve yoar anxieties. Today. For details call Thu Kc-crtable Life Assurance Society of the United Slaieav SIDNEY S. KRAEMER LIFE UNDERWRITER Phone FR 1-5691 Phone UN 6-1875 MS S.E. Is* Street — **ia—i. Ft*. HOLIDAY GtSTkNGS TO ALL \ CITY PLUMBING CO. f PLUMBING CONTRACTORS 4646 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami Phone NE 5-4411 TO AIL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS MOCZIK TOOL & ME WOWS EXTRUSION DIE SPECIALISTS 12425 NE. 13th Avenue, North Miami PI 7-3531 Dwrinf his eight years an the Beach Council, he was named vice mayor of the city twice, serving in 1*53-55 and from 1*57 to IPS*. Among Spaet'civic interests are the Miami Beach Bar Assn.. of which he was president 1953^4 and Elks, of which he was exalted ruler. Miami Beach Lodge, and vice, president of the State Elks Assn. He is also a director of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital in Miami. Spaet and his wife. Sally, have two children. Carolyn. 15. and Harold W 16 Both are students at Miami Beach High School. Eichmann Story Due Over WTVJ • E.chmann Engineer of Death." will be shown oa the Armstrong Circl e Th eatre over television station WTVJ eh. 4. The program will be seen Wednesday. Oct 12. at 10 p.m. Written by Dale Washerman, the story will trace The rise of Eichmann through the rungs of t h e Hitlenan hierachy until he stood in the position of granting life or death to all the Jews of Germany and the other countries under the Nan heel. Frederick Bolf will play the part' of Eichmann ia the Armstrong telecast, which is directed by Paul Begirt. 36 WweatW Rest Hesfcea. Continued from Pi 1-A Constantino synagogue. Thursday aaght when a terrorist, tmka m j bidden near the gates ia front of the house of worship, lobbed the and women fell and panic ea re l o ped most of the worshipers as well as Jews ia their homes throughout the city Police authorities anBounced that they are pressing efforts at apprehend those responsible for the outrage. Thus far. bowever, ao one responsible has been % %  %  i %  ror >wac ama. NAT CANS S 3rd Af *u 344U ae %  4-OH1 >awaja*% o aaa *wa aa *ja'*Va < *^na*aun> GORDON ROOflMG AND •SHUT METAL WORKS INC I Jiat MM. ia* AM. ft 3-7ia J Mn r*v* ra r i p a ica* •< %  : ymt f wa •*• •• a m*m r—i latar. -n a t^ act ry W ky to r < c— Maw" re AU IAPPT mm rtAt a. j. conn 5744 S-W. 77* T HOLIDAY GREETINGS FRED YOrTTTJCr LAOJHA CABaNfT SHOP CUSTOM rUMCnilHE 41 It %  AtOLP SPAET Dread Disease Unit in Drive Cystic Pibrosis crusade star1(l4 here Tuesday with a df nr-iotho, crusade by hundreds of vr.'untefn to raise funds for researc h on Cys. tic Fibrosis. a deadly chronic div ease of childhood. John E Carlson is president ol •he South Florida Chapter, NaUoa il Cystic Fibrosis Research Founiation. In a special appeal. Carlson de. -lared taat the crusade against Fibrosis "is literal':, a fi 8n j for the lives of tens of thousands jf infants and aWdren. Even *ain we make in Cystic Fibrin research adds months ar.d years to the lives of its victim* whosa average life-span right new is only about eight years." The National Cystic Fibrosij Foundation was organized in 1955. PREPARE NOW! We m*\e • cht Miaau Bra.li F tdt'tl /row aaywOcr ikt Lmud Suiu. [ Wouicin't you be more relaxed, more self