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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( 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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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irewislh Floridiaii
Number 35
Combining THE JFW/SH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida. Friday. September 1, 1361
Two Sections Price 20
oy in Mid East for Refugee Talk
WJC CALLS FOR END OF DISCRIMINATION
re Reds Give Jews Their Rights
(JTA) A four-day things easy or to contnue to engen-
executive board ot der harmful, unjustified illusion
wish Congress, which
>">:h anniversary ol
lent of that organi-
se! here with a warn-
(resident, Dr. Nahum
"the same genera-
utided the Congress
25 years later, in-
unjustified optimism
inclination to take
The conference, attended by Jew-
ish leaders from 34 countries,
opened in the presence of diplo-
matic representatives of 11 nation.-.
In resolutions which the board or
its various commissions adopted,
the World Jewish Congress:
Appealed to the world's power
to take urgent steps "to end the
present threat to peace."
Spent $28,225,000
leedy Jews Last Year
Expresses? regret that the
Jews of the Soviet Union are still
beir.g denied the rights of free,
religious and cultural self-ex-
pression, and of forming a co-
ort'iration body for these pur-
poses or for contact with Jewish
communities in other countries.
This resolution expressed the
hope the USSR will end "discrim-
inatory practices" against the
MCrnd largest Jewish communi-
ty in the world.
Expressed its "sorrow" at the
refusal of the Arab states to ne-
gotiate peace with Israel, and em-
phasized that "the miserable plight
of the Arab refugees is being ex-
ploited deliberately so as to keep
Nasser, in TV Interview,
Demands U.S. 'Neutrality'
In Israel Arab Cold War
UNITED NATIONS(JTAiThe United Nations Palestine Con-
ciliation Commission will send a special representative to the Middle
East "to explore with the host governments and with Israel practical
means of seeking progress on the Palestine Arab refugee problem."
The commission's envoy will be
Party Maneuvers
Precede Talks
For New Cabinet
[^JTA)More than ',28.775.000
.- spent by the Joint operations.
Committee last year
men, women and
cojiitries. it was re-
ly Moses A. Leavitt,
vice chairman. The
Ceived from the cam-
United Jewish Ap-
to finance its global
report on the activ-
presented by Mr. j
ed an increase of i
in the number of
over the previous
Increase in expendi- i
to $700,000. Of the ;
who received JDC
U07.000 were in Mos-
principally in Mor-
1,000 were in Israel,
Curope. In addition,
cached out to needy
|a!ia, the Philippines,
piaiti. the Dominican
I rjguay. For 1961
(adopted a budget of
The report showed the JDC
provided a feeding program for
an average of 90,000 people a
month, two-thirds of them in
Moslem areas. It provided cash
relief for an average ef 41,000
people each month; medical
caro for 33,000; caro in homos
for the aged for 5,700; caro of
3,000 children and young people;
education aid to 71,500; and aid
to an additional 37,000 through a
variety of other cultural and re-
ligious activities.
Although they accounted for only
a small part of the total JDC pro-
gram in 1960. several "little dis
asters" occurred which required
emergency operations, the report
stated. One of these was the JDC
operation in Agadir, following the
earthquake last year. Leavitt re-
ported that 1.200 to 1.300 Jews
Continued on Page 7-A
alive the campaign of hatred
against Israel."
Called on all governments and
i the International Police orgamza-
; tion to help round up Nazi war
criminals "and to extradite these
Continued on Pago 6-A
Dr. Joseph E. Johnson, president
>f the Carnegie Foundation for In-
:ernational Peace. Israel Fore
\li'i ster Go4da Meir immediately
advised UN Secretary General Dag |
[ammarskjold that Israel would
oe happy to receive Dr Johnson j
it any time.
The Commission, which is com- |
posed of representatives of the
United States, Turkey and
France, said it was sending Dr.
Johnson to the Middle East pur-
suant to a resolution adopted by
Continued on Page 5-A
mi uucui teuuwn
Israel Discusses Compulsory
Loan for Immigrant Program
JERUSALEM(JTA)Israel's fi-
nancial problems involved in the
program for the absorption of new
immigrants were discussed here
this week by the Cabinet cf the out
after the High Holy Day.-.
Mr. Eshkol outlined to the Cab-j
met the Government's proposal for
a compulsory loan, to be imposed t
itpon Israeli earners, for meeting;
:he needs of the immigrant absorp-
ion program. The Cabinet de-i
,'oing caretaker Government. Fi ,:UI1 UI08,aH1. 1IC v.* -~
nance Minister Levi Eshkol pre- cided to submit the proposal to its
sided at the meeting in the absence j Ministerial Economic Committee
:'or the formulation of details.
jf Prime Minister David
}urion, who is on vacation
Ben-
until
First Yiddish Publication Since
'48 Makes Appearance in Russia
Mrs. Golda Meir, Foreign Min-
ister, reported on a number of
political matters, including the
agreement of friendship signed
here last month between Israel and
TEL AVIV (JTA) Interest
in Israel centered this week on the
various party moves as horse-trad-
ing got under way for agreement
on composition of a new coalition
government for Israel.
Under Israel's proportional rep-
resentation system, no party got a
majority in the new 120-man Knes-
set. Premier David Ben-Gunon's
Mapai Pair/ with t2 seats, is the
largest party and thus will be giv-
en the assignment of forming the
new government. It will have to
have at least two coalition partners
in order to have a safe Knesset ma-
jority.
Mapai has the alternatives of
seeking to reconstitute a broad
coalition of all the parties except
the rightist Herut and the Com-
munists, a coalition with the mid
dle-of-the-road Liberal Party and
the National Religious Party, or
a coalition with the two leftist
labor parties, Mapam and Ach
dut Avodah, and the National Re-
ligious Party.
Mapai leaders were said not to
favor the broad coalition an i to
be divided on the advisability of a
: coaU ion government formed of
the African republic ot Upper Vol [ Mapai, Mapam. Achdut Avodah
:a. The Cabinet
per Yoita pact.
of
Reid, former Uni-
Ambassador to Is-
beeu named 1961
the annual Amer-
Friendship Award
achi Women's Or-
of America. The
is presented each
that person not of
ih faith, who has
d most deeply to
idina between the
i the U.S. and Is-
LONDON(JTA)The first Yid
dish language publication permit-
ted in the Soviet Union since 1948.
with the exception of a newspaper
in Birobidjan, made its appearance
in Moscow this week.
The publication, known as Soviet-
ish Heimland (Soviet Homeland) is
a literary magazine which will ap-
pear every two months under the
editorship of Aaron Vergelis, a
poet. Mr. Vergelis displayed the
first copies of his publication to the
' foreign press in Moscow this week.
He said 25,000 copies had been
printed of t h e first edition of
' which distributors in Kiev and
1 Vilna had already ordered 400
each. The editor said the paper
would be distributed in most Rus-
sian cit'es where there is a Yid-
dish-speaking population.
Soviet Union "encourages" Jewish
culture.
According to descriptions re
( eived here the first issue of Soviet-
ish Homeland appeared to contain
a mixture of the customary Soviel
propaganda found in the Soviet
press and a smattering of material
Continued on Page 3-A
At the same time, Mrs. Meir
reported about the UN Palestine
Conciliation Commission's dsci-
to send Dr. Joseph E. Johnson,
president of the Carnegie En-
dowment frr Internatioral Peace,
to the Middle East as a special
representative to explore means
ratified the Up-j and the religious group. Mr Ben
I Guno.n. it was reported, was firmly
against such a coalition with the
left-wing parties, with which he
had quarreled in the last Cabinet,
he was described as favoring a
coalition with the National Re-
gions Party and the Liberals.
Continued on Page 9-A
It was aiso reported that Kadish
speaker of the former Kn.'-.t,
Continued on Pge 11 A
It was generally believed that the |
bulk of the distribution would be
Raid Camp to 'Rescue' Teen Agers
TEL AVIV (JTA) About 100 speakers, and summoned 'he teen-Jed that the 50 be freed, and they
yeshiva youths belonging to the:3ge residents to leave with them, were released.
ultra-zealous 'Torah Camp" of the ^ inducements they p3,sed out!
sah. an immigrant-youth distnbu age residents. Camp instructors
tion center near Haifa, and claimed | and other personnel fought the
they had "rescued" 30 teen-age | raiders ana, Wnen ponce reinforce-'
ments arrived, about 50 of the ra;.l
ers were detained. However. Moshe
Kol, head of the Jewish Agency's
Youth Aliyah department, who ar-j
rived soon after the police, reguest-
lmmigrants who. allegedly, were
1 being brought up "irreligiously" by
outside the Soviet Union, in Israel j L ctnir
and elsewhere, so as to Impress The raiders rolled into camp in
, upon the world the fact that the trucks, some equipped with loud
The claim that 30 of rhe teen-
agers had gone away with tW.
raie'ers was made in Jerusalem
by Rabbi Menahem Porush, a
member of Parliament. Cam?
officials denied that any of the
youths left vo'untarily with Hie
raiders. "Religious people will
Continued on Page 2-A


Page 2-A
*Jewish Fleric/ian
Friday. September 1, |m
Educators Urge Parents to Enroll
Children as Jewish Schoolbells Ring Out
School bells will ring out in the
40 Jewish schools on Tuesday. Sept.
5. when first sessions will be held
in Hebrew departments. Sunday
school departments will open the
following Sunday, on Sept 10.
Schools in all neighborhoods of
Greater Miami and Hollywood are
preparing to register 11.000 s: u-
dents. of the 40 Jewish schools
in the community, eight are Re-
form, six are Orthodox, and the
n st are Conservative
icientific
ipest
control T
? rals mice
* roaches
M A. Baskin. president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, has
issued a special call to all Jewish
parents to register their children
In a Jewish school of their choice?
He declared that the first task of
this generation "Is the education of
Jewish children and youth where-
by they will learn the meaning of
being a Jew, and the reasons for
maintaining their Jewishness under
present day conditions. If Ameri-
can Jewry is to survive creatively.
Jewish education must occupy the
number one position in Jewish life."
Baskin also pointed out that
the Bureau's Central Hebrew
High School will now accept only
those students who are gradu-
ates of a Junior High Depart-
ment, and who have completed
six years of prior Hebrew train-
ing. The Central Hebrew High
School will open on Sept. 13.
Herbert Berger. assistant direc-
tor of the Bureau, is director of
the Hebrew High School.
Baskin announced that the Bu-
reau will expand its observation
consultation program for all Jew-
ish schools to provide them with all
necessary educational personnel
and to train-such personnel direct-
ly through classroom observation
and seminars and through special
classes at the Bureau's Oellege ol
Jewish Studies.
The College of Jewish Studies
will open on Oct. 24 and 26. with
classes for teachers to be held at
Beth David Congregation on Tues-
day evenings and Beth Torah Con-
gregation on Thursday evenings.
Louis Schwartzman. Bureau exec-
tive director, said Wednesday that
Jewish parents 'should realize how
important it is that their children
grow up with a deep love and un-
derstanding of Jewish life. This
understanding will be a source ot
pride, dignity and creation.
Yeshiva Youths Raid Camp
Continued from Pag* 1-A
not be quiet," Rabbi Porush said,
"until every religious boy or girl
gets a religions education in Is-
rael."
LeaJ-rs of the raiding party
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the Ramat Hadassah distribution
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are encouraged to apostasy."
Mr. Kol indignantly denied these
charges, calling them "groundless
slander He said that nj children
with religious background would be
or are being turned over to non-
religious settlements or institutions
On the contrary, he said, one group
of teen-agers was sent only this
week, prior to the Orthodox Pmo-
vecz Yeshiva. in Bnei Brak. while
others had already been prepared
for enrollment in schools conduct-
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+Je*lst ikrtcfiatr
Page 3-A
emple Menorah
>lans New Year
Service
, Menorah announces the
Lp.num-nt of Rabbi Carl Fried-
nan s assistant rabbi and Rev.
Ljj Wein Bl assistant cantor to
Cnduct community services in the
temple's Social Hall on Rosh Has-
lona and Yora Kippur. ,. ,
The community services have
Ln made necessary because Tem-
L. Menorab'8 main sanctuary
Latins i- reserved to capacity for
Js regular membership, congrega-
Con officers explained.
Rabbi Friedman, a graduate of
I Colombia University and current-
]lv a student at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary, served as spir-
itual leader and educational di-
jiector in a number of communi-
ties during his student years. He
] recently returned from Israel,
where he spent a year in Jerusa-
lem studying at the Hebrew Uni-
Jversity in preparation for his
Icrdinaton at the Seminary. The
lyourg student rabbi has com-
oleted a season as education di-
rector of Camp Ramah, which is
Lnder the sponsorship of the Sem-
inary.
Wcin served as cantor in
Pennsylvania. In addition
l( th< chanting, Cantor We in will
[ the Torah and sound the
!
Rabbi Mayer Abraroowitt, spirit*
i ader oi the Temple, will co-
boll! services in the main
Bl rj and social hall. Seats
}..< been made available for the
Igcneral public to worship in the
UJA Leaders Hail Millionth Newcomer
RABBI CARL FRIEDMAN
community services. Persons
availing themselves of these ser-
vices will receive associate mem-
bership status in the Temple. Mau-
rice Revitz, president, announced.
First Yiddish
Publication Seen
Continued from Page 1-A
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considered by the Communists to
be of particular interest to Yiddish
readers.
Mr. Vergelis said he would print
a serialization of a previously un-
published novel by Sholem Alei-
chem "found in forgotten ar-
chives." He said there would also
be poems by Yiddish poets, Yiddish
literary criticism and an article
about Jewish literature in Birobi-
jan.
There have been no Yiddish news-
papers or magazines in the Soviet
Union, except for the small paper
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NEW YORKThe role played by '
American Jews in helping to bring
a full million immigrants to Israel!
since the formation of the Jewish i
State in May, 1948. was hailed by |
the executive committee of the!
United Jewish Appeal as a "monu-
mental .humanitarian .achievement" (
in a statement issued last week.
The arrival of the millionth lm-
migrant in Israel, announced last I
week by the Jewish Agency for Is-1
rael, was characterized by Joseph;
Meyerhoff, UJA general chairman, i
"as a source of intense pride forj
the Jews of America, whose contri-1
butions to the United Jewish Ap-
peal through the years have made!
this historic milestone in human
rescue and rehabilitation possible."
Congratulatory cables were dis-
patched by the executive com-
mittee to Israel Prime Minister
David Ben Gurion and to Moshe
Sharett, chairman of the Jewish
Agency for Israel, which uses
funds raised by the United Jew-
ish Appeal for approved recep-
tion and immigrant absorption
programs. The message to Ben-
Gurion pledged "utmost contin-
ued effort to carry on work of
bringing immigrants to Israel in
face of growing immigration and
critical absorption require-
ments."
ers came from 79 countries
throughout the world: 450.000 from
Europe, 280.0O0 from Asia. 250.000
from Africa, and 20,000 from the
Americas, Australia and New Zea-
land
To Sharett. the executive com-
mittee expressed the Appeal's pride
in "having been major factor in
mobilizing resources of America's
Jews behind worldwide rescue and
resettlement effort.''
The Executive Committee noted
that Israels first million newcom-
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Friday, September 1, 1961
20 Elul 5721
Selichot Saturday Midnight
Selichot, the penitential midnight prayer,
will take place in houses oi worship this Sat-
urday in Jewish communities throughout the
world.
Selichot launches the High Holy Day sea-
son, which begins officicliy with the advent
ci Rosh Hashona on Monday evening. Sept. 11.
In reciting the prayer seivice this Saturday rOMAf,/
evening, we prepare ourselves spiritually for ^C ^7>
the holiest of observances in the Jewish calen- g* jj*7~i,.n
dar. We prepare ourselves fci the sacred mo-
ment of judgment during the year ahead.
Selichot is among the mest meaningful of
all Jewish religious experiences.
mmnm SPIRIT,
_-_r
But for the 'Neutral View'
In a television interview last week with
CBS pundits Howard K. Smith and Eric Seva-
reid, Egypt's strong man. Col. Gamal Abdel
Nasser, called on the United States to take a
"neutral view" in his war of attrition against
Israel.
Time, some say, heals all wounds; it cer-
tainly helps one to forget. In the case of Col.
Nasser, he has much to forget. Specifically,
he would like no longer to remember his defeat
at the hands of a brilliant Israeli army on the
sands of the Sinai Peninsula a defeat that
6ent him, trembling for his life; into ignominious
hiding in a Cairo cellar.
It was the United States Government, in a
unilateral action at the United Nations, that
brought Col. Nasser out of the pit of his per-
sonal destruction and reinstalled him on the
throne of what was later to become the United
Arab Republic. Were it not for President Eisen-
hower's shortsighted view of Middle Eastern
affairs a view that also found the U.S. stab-
bing its British and French allies in the back
Gamal Abdel Nasser might very well have
succumbed to the mob violence of his defeated
and disillusioned countrymen.
Today, Col. Nasser can appear on tele-
vision and demand a "neutral view" of this
nation. All we can say is that perhaps Egypt's
dictator has forgotten too much and too easily.
A "neutral view" in 1956 would at the very
least have meant his demise as a significant
political factor in the Middle East. Does the
Colonel take his title of strong man all that
seriously today?
New Light for Grumblers
Many are the American Jews who grumble
about the burden they carry in their philan-
thropic support of Israel's immigrant absorption
program. Happily, they rarely fail to meet
their responsibility at least to some significant
degree.
But the grumblers, participants though they
may be, always seem guick tc wonder when
the Israelis are going to help themselves.
The government proposal this week for a
compulsory loan to be imposed on Israeli
wage-earners to help meet the needs of the
nation's immigrant absorption program should
co a lor.g way toward cssucc.ng the curiosity
of grumblers.
Apart from the other back-breakina finan-
cial burdens Israelis assume, in addition to
cssist:r.g in the sheer development of a fledg-
lir.g nation, they have long been directly in-
volved in the process of helping their fellow
Jews abroad.
Thus, American Jews are not alone in these
life-scving programs. Ours is much the easier
task. We should accept cur share of the re-
sponsibility with renewed understanding of the
fact that no Jew is alone today in bearing the
sacred trust we call Israel least of all the
Israelis, themselves, who are far from com-
pletely on the receiving end of the age-old
Jewish concept of "Zedakah."
QUO VADIS, SUBURBIA?
School Bells Ring Tuesday
School bells will ring next Tuesday for
children throughout the Greater Miami area.
They will be ringing in the Jewish religious
schools, too. Are your youngsters enrolled to
attend opening day?
Our Jewish community is proud of its many
fine religious school programs, whose curricula
are coordinated under the aegis of the Bureau
of Jewish Education. These schools are situ-
ated throughout Greater Miami in synagogues
and centers of your particular affiliation and
in your immediate neighborhood.
Participating students have made avail-
able to them the glorious and rich heritage of
the Jewish people. They learn Hebrew, Jewish
history, customs and traditions, the Bible, secu-
lar literature, and all about the remarkable re-
birth of the State of Israel in our time.
Exposed to these teachings, your children
become a link in the vast and ancient chain
that is Judaism.
Jewish education lies at the core of Jewish
survival throughout the ages. Learning and
wisdom these are the characteristics that
have made of the Jews a "People of the Book."
When school bells ring out next Tuesday,
make sure that they will be ringing for your
children in the Jewish religious school of your
choice, as well.
The Trading Has Begun
The wheeling and dealing David Ben-
Gurion hoped to avoid has begun cnew. His
Mcpci Party is now involved in the torturous
process of trying to reconstitute a coalition
government.
About the only thing certain at this time is
that Mapai refuses to engage in any trading
either with Herut or the Communists the ex-
treme Right and Left :n Jewish State politics.
Otherwise, things appear to be normal
(for Israel), with Mapai testing the ctmosphere
in the ranks of the Liberal, National Religious,
Mapcm, and Achdut Avodah Parties, among
others.
Israel held an election Aug. 15. Apart
from this, there has been no change since
Prime Minister Ber.-Gurion resigned early in
the year. Pinhas La von is gone but his
spirit lingers on. And Mr. Ben-Gurion will
undoubtedly be haunted by it more than any-
one else.
Hiphway. appr,.;ria(el
painted in red, implore- Amor
ica to wake up and Qght v, m
munism. rm all for it. '.
least, I'm all for what [' h
lieve the fight against Com
munism ought to lnvol< e Thi
implies the existence' of
semantic tyranny pefvadtaJ
the entire question. The oth l
day. a Georgia politlci,,
sounded off against welfare legislation.' Arguing on the basis of solto
ignorance. Strom Thurmond was quoted as equating such leg -|".-
with Socialism which, he conveniently if erroneously concluded l!
Communism. What, therefore, were Social Security and <
medical assistance, among other things, but Communism?
1 find distasteful in the sign on the Dixe Highway t v
tyranny of which I disapprove in the comment attributed jkP
mond. Neither appeals to human intelligence, but both suggest th
need for moral indignation. Clearly, this is an impossibilir" Qn*
can hardly be morally indignant unless there is knowledgeable m*
tivation impelling it. Without the moderating force of a knowini
passion, there is merely emotion, whose ultimate expression n v
brutality the kind of brutality, for example, demonstrate
lovely specimens of gentle Southern womanhocd who panic:
the New Orleans integration riots.
If one were to indicate to Mr Thurmond, and to an-
thousands of travelers along the D-xie Highway daily, thai verj
gocd way to fight Communism is to avoid other such riot*
rffi$I?W>!ffi$M\i futurc- they rnit-'ht wc" reply by ,abclin* thv suggestion Con- mistie
and feel morally indignant about it into the barg?.-. bided manj
of these travelers are apt to be ;s racist in their thinking the
Georgia politician ever was.
THE TRUE ENEMY IS THE SPECIAL LICENSE
IN MY VIEW, however, this would be a good starting poin1. .r the
proposed battle against Communism. From there, ore could
branch out into an application of general principles: You don't fight
Communism by being against it. but rather be being for something
else. The "something" is human freedom, which we profess : prac-
tice here at home. Clearly, race riots are not wholesome examples
Of human freedom. Move to eliminate them, and the society ive call
"our way of life" will tend to be strengthened. And so. too. will it
be further strengthened by the elimination of other inequitie- alien
to this "way of life" inequities such as ignorance, poverty, and
unequal opportunity.
Battle these, and the free state we cherish must inewtablj
achieve an acceptable form of immunity against the inroads o; Com
munism. Battle Communism as an alternative to alleviating the
inequities, and the "way of life" that is our presumably trea.-ured
heritage must ultimately succumb. For the roadsigns appea! ii an
emotional call to arms that indicts no enemy but a bogeyman, a call
rallying the wholesome American together with his bigoted counter-
part, a call destined to failure because the distinction between them
has not been made. Neither is the true enemy the word. "Commun-
ism." which makes us so anxiety-ridden; the true enemy is the citizen
at home, who believes freedom gives him the license to practice
prejudice and trade upon misery.
All of which reminds me of the current Charles Kamen ruckus.
The young Miamian said some unkind things about "Operatic:; Aboli-
tion." In addition, he has been critical of the House nnAmerican
Activities Committee. As a result, his application for admission to
the Peace Corps is currently being disputed. To make matter- more
complicated, his Miami draft board has now refused him a deferment.
SOME CONVENIENT WINDOW DRESSING
I HOLD NO brief for the Peace Corps, which I bel:eve is a fanciful
bit of New Frontiersmanship. Its meaningful output will surely
be less durable than the treasures that emerged from the old WPA
relief program designed to assist needy artists. Are we in a sudden
paroxysm of effort now to show the uncommitted peoples of the world
that Americans are intelligent, well-informed, and interested in more
than Cadillacs and Corvettes? If the answer is "yes," then the an
swer must a:so take into account the possibility that the Peace Corps
may ultimately be laid to rest with a host of other pipe-dreams fabri-
cated by intellectuals in government.
I'm all for intellectuals in government, providing they are
integrated into its workings. But I become suspicious of them' when
they have been obviously set up as window dressing. The Peace
Corps, it seems to me. is part of the Kennedv Administration window
dressing, so much of which has fallen by the wayside since it.- instal-
lation into office. I can. therefore, hardly rise in anguish to thr pros-
pect of young Mr. Kamen's joining the Peace Corps. It will reallj
make little difference to the destiny of the nation one way or the other.
More to the point in the ruckus are the accusations against him
and the character of his accusers. If Charles Kamen ha> spoken
tut critically against the film. "Operation Abolition." he is -my
entitled to that. Such would be the case in a free American societj
even if "Operation Abolition" were a model of documentary
making^ But this, according to some, is not the eas( and, it *e -
to me, he should therefore be doubly entitled to apeak his mir. I
: :- .s.
THE OffENSE Of A JUVENILE
^,'HO are Charles Kamei users, and what are they?
large part, they are the thousands of travel* Ij al i
Dixie Highwaj ho read that red-painted sign. The) are the
who respond to its emotional call to arms; and some are eve: I
among them.
That Charles Kamen has criticized the film. "Operaticr
tion. and by mere than implication the House unAmerican Activities
Committee, is his greatest offense against them. That he has failed
to respond to the cmot.onal call is the source of their deepest sus-
picion.
Just as the film is criticized by many, so may the House Com-
mittee be subject to less than rapturous scrutiny" without the howl
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Friday, September I, 1961
+Jenisli Rcridiar)
Poge 5-A
Conciliation Unit Envoy in Mid- East
He likewise avoided direct an-; existed and an Israeli threat to
swer to a question whether he be- the Arabs as well. He callel n
Continued from Page 1-A
the Central As-*mbly last Apr.
j], Tiat re;: '-'en instructed
( z'.C *o resort to the next
,tr than Oct. 15,
anypccr*M -tiM md twar.
jmpleirintina i s'ructions issued
year' ago regarding "repatri-
ate' si rha -*.ab refugees to
Israt or their compensation by
Israel.
q, .,. h;is been head
arne I'eace organiza
is a historian with
, .jni University.
; From 1942 to 1947. he served in
the U.S. Department of State and
| participated in various interna-
tional conferences that led to and
launched the formation of the Uni-
ted Nations. Later, Dr. Johnson
ierve;lin other capacities'Wth't'ne
Sate Department. For three years
prior to assuming the presidency
,,i the Carne ie Endowment, he
was president of Williams College.
The New York Times reported
last week that President Carnal
Abdel Nasser, of the United Arab
Republic, had "challenged" Pres-
ident Kennedy's views on the Arab-
Israeli situation by calling on the
Ner Tamid Names Samberg
. has been ap-
lUon director of
, : reiigious school.
, Ms week by Dr.
sident.
S8n holds ieachmg degree
yi i Rabbi Jacob Jo-
\i; i from Brooklyn
and tas done graduate
the i education at
olleg He was principal
nited H 'brow Schools in
ia al>o associated
.\k. :x iiebrew Academy
He 'caded tie high school de-
partment at Congregation Anshe
Fmet n Chicago, and was re-
cently associa-ed with Temple
Emar,.-EI. He was also instruc-
tor a 'he College of Jewish Stud-
ies in '/.iami.
.. a member of the
Nation. Cotincil :r Jewish Educa-
tion World War I veteran, is mar-
ar.i has two children.
Regi tratiori is still being taken
for hi pening sessions of Temple
Ner T id religious school, which
will begin Tuesday. The office is
Open daily.
Under the new policy of Temple
Ner Tamid, membership to the
temple Offers tree tuition to all re-
ligious school departments. There
. .. nominal charge for nursery
school.
Merchants Unit
Elects Officers
Mark Holzherg has been elected
president of the Merchants' Assn.
of the 127th Street Shopping Cen-
ter.
Seymour Kazlow was elected vice
president: Mrs. Sylvia Irwin. secre-
I tary; and Mrs. Rose Kapalow.
treasurer.
The Merchants" Assn. announced
plans of back-to-school, fall, and
noliday promotion^ for the Shop-
ping Center under the direction of
John Hanly. of Sorin Hall Adver-
tising, of Miami.
U.S. Administration to show that
American policy in the Middle
East was inspired solely by United
States interests, and net by world
Zionism.' The dispatch, from,
Beirut, asserted that Col Nasser's
alleged challenge was contained tar
a reply (o Mr. Kennedy's letter otl
last May to the Aral' ea lers 01
the Arab refugee question
Presic'er.t Nasser himself, in a
television interview with Eric
Sevareid and Howard K. Smith,
carried last week by the Colum-
bia Broadcasting System nit-
work, carefully avoided any in-
dication of how he believed set-
tlement of the Arab refugee
problem could be achieved short
of the settlement of all the ref-
ugees en the territory of Israel.
Vsked pointblank whether his
aim was that Israel be removed
from the map." the Egyptian dic-
tator replied:
"We feel and we think that tl e
rights of the Araiis of Pal -
must be regained because mere
than one million Arab- were
pelled out of their territory They
must return to their 1 ind. What is
the point of view of the Israeli
Government? The Israeli Govern-
ment refused. They said that they
will not permit any of these Arabs
to return, and they want immigra-
tion, Jewish immigration, from the
outside."
lieved no solution of the Arab-Is-
raeli issue was possible without
conflict, and insisted the conflic*
he United States Government an.i
press to take a "neutral view" in
his conflict.
THE WEEK... AS I SEE II
C:-tinued from Page 4-A
rians >! the object lessons
boar Is, whose function Is
each A'i\ American
v < rightly outraged to an-
al :i- ultimate destiny
by cither. Di a '
!i add are not meant
unitive agencies,
i righl
and n I ": Induction i
nal on armed services.
.:... iome duty, is
honorable one
nj y< ung Kamen
pation m the I
i; th< an making of
.! physical and
ockado
then v .is Charles Kamen s
i It was the offense of im-1
i' --: {.\-- ;.!\i'ni!' arrogance
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fers silence: the unwitting resorl
to chaos the maximum tool oi
Communism, itself, if you will.
It was. in short, the failure to
show respect for one's host
Kntarian or otherwise. This was
his offense, as a thins unto itself,
without any reference lo the
Peace Corps, which is a word
like "Communism." or ait] other
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>Jei$tincricficiri
Friday. September 1, 1961
After
Bizerte
By MAX LERNER
World Jewish Congress Urges
Reds Give Jews Their Rights
The Bizerle story i< into of : I les' <>t recent historysad in its
needless destruction ol ties built up over the years, sad also because
there is no victor in its outcome, only two Victim nations in a struggle
which could have been avoided.
Part Of the blame must rest with de Gaulle, who showed a flaw of
Judgment which compels a reevaluation of his stature as leader. When
Bourguiba, under pressure from the hot head nationals around hnn. made
his demand for French withdrawal from the Bizerte base, de Gaulle's
best course was clear.
lie might have answered Bourguiba softly, and being de Gauiie he
. i !r ve been diminished by doing so. He could have written per-
sonally and confidentially !<> the one North African leader who was Close
to the French in spirit, given him solemn assurance that the ba~e would
be vacated at the right time spoken ol his troubles over the Berlin and
the Algerian talks in the tall, and ended with the prospect ol joining
French and Tunisian energies in exploiting the Sahara deposits as an
open pool lor the French North African Community
-#- -H- -*-
THIS WOULD HAVE BEEN the act ot a mature leader who did not
need to ilex his muscles against a puny opponent. But de Gaulle, pre-
occupied with his larger perspectives and irritated at what he considered
the insolence ol the Tunisian demand, answered with a curt refusal that
Stripped Bourguiba of the chance to save lace with his own cohorts.
When de Gaulle gave Bourguiba no room for retreat with grace.
Bourguiba compounded his or'ginal mistake and sent his soldiers and
tribesmen to surround the base. I*. had been reduced to a skeleton gar-
rison and Bourguiba made the mistake of thinking he could take it be-
fore de Gaulle would send reinforcements.
Again he miscalculated badly, both on de Gaulle and the French
army. De Gaulle too had his internal problems. Having suffered re-
verses from Indochina to Algeria, the French officers were in no mood
to take another humiliation. Nor could de Gaulle's fading prestige with
the army have survived it.
-&- -&- --Tt-
HE HAD TO STRIKE BACK hard, with airlifts and paratroopers.
His army, which had waited for years tor a victory, went farther than
it needed to go to wipe out the unfornudable Tunisian attackers. It was
scarely a battle. It was a mop-up.
The French have their victory, but what a bleak and self-destruc-
tive one it is. The blood at Bizerte will have consequences far beyond
the naval base or even Tunisia itself The F.L.N. and the Arab League
are already moving in. with their anti-French and anti-Western slogans,
tr- occupy the vacuum of influence left by the whole disastrous incident.
The entire French Community in Africa, so lovingly built up by de
Gaulle, has been seriously hurt.
As for the Tunisians, their loss will also go beyond their military
casualties. In the wake of the Bizerte fighting, a wave of anti-French
1' cling swept through the Tunisian cities. .Many of the French settlers
were sent into the south, and many have since been evacuated to France
itself.
They were engineers, soil experts, technicians, teachers, busmess-
i! en. administrative advisors. The Tunisians today do not have the edu-
cated elite with which to replace them. Without them, the Tunisian
economy will suffer immeasurably.
-&- -&- --ft-
THE STORY AT THE UN end is also a bitter one. Since both sides
had none larther than they meant to. both were willing to accept the UN
cease-fire resolution. But nothing the I'N can do will restore the strength
whnh Tunisia has lost with the self-inflicted break with France. And.
given de Gaulle's view of the UN, it is a bitter thing to have it come in
a an arbiter of French destinies.
He Gaulle is one of the last of the old leaders, for whom the one-
nation, one-vote egalitananism of the UN is unpleasant medicine. He
f< els fiercely that European man is being pushed off the map by the new
I- rces of the nation-state explosion It is an archaic view. But this does
not make the I'N role any less galling for him.
Thus everyone loses, except the new fanatic forces in the African
world. And what makes it so sad is that it was all so pointless.
Continued from Pag* 1-A
criminals and bring them to jus-
tice "
Urged the West German Gov-
ernment to accelerate disposition of
claims lor restitution to Nazi vic-
tims before the expiration of perti-
nent legislation by the end of 1962.
Expressed deep concern over
i h < situation of Jews "in some
parts of the world.'.' and urged all
members of the United Nations to
make sure that no restrictions or
limitations to pursue their reli-
gion-, cultural and traditional way
of life are imposed upon the Jew-
ish minority The executive board
voted to establish in the United
States a section of the World Jew-
ish Congress as a constituent mem-
ber of the world organization. The
board also decided to open a Cen-
tral American-Caribbean office in
Mexico, to be responsible to the
North American executive, and to
proceed with plans for establish-
ment of representative bureaus in
Africa and Asia.
In his presidential address. Dr.
Goldmann warned against com-
placency. He decalared that the
unstable, tense, brutal era" was
"doubly dangerous" for a small
minority, and referred to virulent
outbursts of an extreme and ag-
gressive nationalism in many
parts of the world."
Some states, he said, refused to
recognize minority rights, and
wanted to force Jews to give up
their "specific characteristic and
separate existence within the life
ot the majority." This, he said,
applied to some big powers "like
the Soviet Union." as well as to
some smaller nation*, including
some states that recently acquired
their independence.
Other threats to Jewry listed by
Dr. Goldmann were the threats of
assimilation and "the tendency" to
conformity which presents a dead-
ly danger for real cultural creative-
ness. which is always based more
on nonconformity than on con-
formity.'' In the face of all these
dangers and menaces, the WJC
leader said, "Israel is the one. tre-
mendous, positive achievement of
our generation." However, he
warned, "much must be done to
secure Israel's future."
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TEMPLE ZAMORA
"CORAL CABLES' ONLY
CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
WILL BE CONDUCTED BY
RABBI B. LEON HURWITZ
ASSISTED BY CANTORS
SEYMOUR HINKES
and RUDOLPH BRILL
COME ENJOY INSPIRING
AND REVERENT SERVICES IN
OUR MAGNIFICENT TEMPLE
500 SOFT OPERA SEATS
MODERN SOUND SYSTEM
SUPERVISED JR. SERVICES
ENCLOSED RECREATION PATIO
SPECIAL INVITATION
TO NON-MEMBERS!
200 GOOD SEATS
each
1
-K $10
TEMPLE ZAMORA
44 ZAMORA AVENUE
CORAL GABLES
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Its 30 pages are all the Hebrew
dates and days of the week
from October 1940 to Septem-
ber 19t>4. Also all important
Jewish holidays up to 1970.
This helpful booklet is free.
Just write a post card or letter
for your copy tot
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J/ei/ tire Cordially invit*J to worship and affiliate wit ft
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The Oldest and Largest Congregation in North Dade
Cordially invites your affiliation
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SEPT. 11, 12, 19 & 20
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Fiidcy. September 1, 1961
vJenisii Meridian
Page 7-A
IDC Spent $28,225,000 Overseas for Needy Jews Last Year
Continued from Page 1-A
,. Uie 10.000 to 12.000
; '; d in the rubble in the
IS Of the catastrophe.
' C was the first voluntary
strides in rehabilitation, has re-
duced the waiting lines for people
to eonie in. and has even provided
bed space for old-time residents
who would not ordinarily be elig-
ible for Malben aid.
In addition to the Malben pro
were added to the list of religious
schools supported by JDC. raising
the total to 92. These schools have
a combined enrollment of over
0.000. Other programs subsidized
by JDC were a project on behalf of
refugee rabbis involving 1,670
' ch the disaster area
,.,..;. clothing and funds, he uram. .IDC continued its tradition-! beneficiaries, and five research
! al support of cultural and religious ; projects aiding another 100. The
institutions in Israel, a program JDC assisted ORT vocational train-
which extends to more than 13.700 ing program which aided over 10,-
beneficiaries. Two new yeshivoth : 000 students in Israel during 1960.
said.
.. ,.,,; l0 this were
asters'
two other
_ an earthquake
and another in Lars, a
n Iran. In both in-
authorized funds
the reconstruction of
mmunity but for the
Workmen's Circle Plans Conference
S."M?s Here Beginning at Sunday Session
... ... the
ims
H used
m< Lea> tt ntad
- irvey the net
inanity of ap-
p
, financial mainstay
,, ntinues to be the
, \ppeal, Leavitt re-
,, a sizeable allocation
Conference on
Against Ger-
for the relief
litation of Nazi victims.
aller sums had been
i ed b) the Jewish commun
I anada. Latin America and
i, governmental and
ii ntal agencies.
icing Leavitt's
or
Mi.
(I. observed that those who
ha\i ed and supported JDC's
eft 'acknowledged a spir-
it; e: a belief that when
.-' r s ol suffering and need,
he i act; that when he hears
a crj nip. he must answer."
The 42nd annual conference of Stern, In addition to active par-
utbern District of the Work- licipation in his own branch, finds
met Circle will open on Sunday
morning. 10 a.m.. ;.! the Shore Club
. with M. J Merlin, of Atlanta.
chairman, presiding, The confer-
enct will last from Sunday through
Tuesday, with a farewell supper
Tuesday at 7 p.m. All sessions and
- cial activity will be at the Shore
Club hotel.
Most for the conference is Mi-
time to be active as a board mem
her ol the Jewish Labor Commit
tee tor Yiddish in the High Schools.
and on the Community Relations
Committee ol the Brooklyn Jewish
Council, among many others on
the national and local scenes.
Among the expected community
l aders at the convention will be
Mayor Kenneth Oka of Miami
Beach. Arthur S. Hosichan, execu-
report
ncy's operations. Ed-
.1 Warburg, chairman of
1 also contained a state-
ii : Satinsky, of Philadel-
i an of the JDC nation-
. audit of the agency's
hr.; ipci atiqns for the year.
a in ary of the total expen-
i inci the agencj was foun-
d n 1914 The total for the 47-
vas $604,805,768.
ol the major developments
in 1961, Leavitt said, was the
< ishmmt of the Standing
. : -ference on European Jew-
Cammunal Services, com-
posed of leaders of more than
wish organizations in 14
E.-rcpean countries.
h the program is a mod-
al I cavitl d< dared "its sig-
far greater. For in Us
w i Ktrordinary answer
Nazism. The sig
1" ol the Standing Commit-
1 ': there are now leaders.
institutions and a new Sam
ol community life" to
ip anew communities that
ycd by the Nazis, and
adership wiped out by
ami Beach Branch 692, in celebra- tl\e director of the dealer Miami
Jewish Federation, representatives
from the Dade County Labor Coun-
cil, and other leaders in civic and
Jewish community life here.
Social activity will be started on
Friday when Branch 699 of Miami
entertaines delegates and all out-
of-town guests at the Lyceum, at
1545 SVV 3rd St., with a dinner. Sun-
day evening, there will be a concert
featuring the Greater Miami
Chorus and guest soils; Cantor Mor-
deeai Yardeini. Program will in-
clude Yiddish. English and Hebrew
folk songs. Monday evening, a
banquet will follow a special day-
time session, with Stern as inode-
rafc r. Tuesday's farewell supper
will send the expected 200 out oi-
town visitors on their way.
Among OUt-Of-tOwn delegate- and
guesl are Mr and Mrs. M. J. Mer-
lin, of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. I. Gor-
don. Atlanta; and Mr. and Mrs.
ll. Bauman, also of Atlanta. They
have worked on the recent Greater
Atlanta Books Abroad Collection,
under the People-to -People pro-
gram in cooperation with the Uni-
ted States Information Agency.
Mr. and Mrs \V. B. Bell. Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Keeper. Mr. and Mrs.
tion of its 35th anniversary. Dele- Isaac Andres, of Houston, Tex.,
gates, guests and local members have all been here for a pre-conven-
v ill be entertained with a dinner turn vacation. Guests from Atlanta
at the Royal Hungarian restaurant also are on vacation in advance
on Saturday, at 7:30 p.m. The local of the conference,
arrangements committee is led by | Local delegates, representing
Levine as chairman.
l
U
1 re than 68.000 Jews
Israel during I960, abcut
re cared for in the JDC-
Ifare programs on be-
' the aged, ill and handicap-
'"' 11 omers to the Jewish State.
ported. A significant de
Vl in the Malben program
shift m emphasis from in-
1 to extra mural care, he
This, together with rapid
National offic* of the Work-
men's Circle, a predominantly
Yiddish speaking organiiation,
will be represented by William
Stern, director of the English-
speaking division. Stern joined
the staff of the Workmen's Circle
in 1938 as director of its New
York City division. From 1943
to 1945, he served with the U.S.
Army, spending most of his time
in the Dutch East Indies. In Jan-
uary, 1946, he returned to the
Workmen's Circle as national di-
rector of its Youth and English-
speaking division.
over 800 members, are Max Glei-
berman, district secretary, and
Mrs [da Boston, F.nglish speaking
district secretary; Isidore Cohen.
Arthur Geller and Nathan Gold
her-, of Branch 692; Max Gcdan-
kin and Morns (furwitch, Branch
699; Harry Schuldiner and Charles
Berne, Branch 1050. English-speak-
ing, Miami; Mr. and .Mrs. Max
Greenberg, Branch 1059, English-
speaking, Miami Beach; and
Robert Berg, North Dade Branch
; 1064, English-speaking.
Tickets are available to sessions
anil functions at 25 Washington
ave., Miami Beach.
I
TEMPLE BETH SIIIIKAH
The Only Reconstructionht Congregation in the South
lllai HOLY WAYS SERVICES
Starting Sunday, Sept. 10th at 7:45 P.M.
at the
VILLAGE GREEN
AUDITORIUM
Bird Road and S.W. 119th Avenue
RABBI MORRIS SK0P WILL CONDUCT
AND PREACH AT ALL SERVICES
CANTOR HERMAN K. GOTTLIEB AND
TEMPLE CHOIR WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS:
Teen House 34 Miracle Mile HI 5-1711
Chapp's 32 Miracle Mile HI 4-5321
HERMAN K GOTTLIEB
CANTOR
MORRIS A SK0P.
RABBI
Temporary Temple Office 11289 South Dixie CE 5-0364
Sabbath Service every Friday at 8:15P.M. and Saturday at 10:30 A.M.
LARGEST, AIR-CONDITIONED SANCTUARY
IN MIAMI BEACH
TEMPLE NER TAMID
Cordially Invites You to Join in Worship
for ths forthcoming
High Holy Day Services
CONDUCTED BY
EUGENE LABOVITZ, Rabbi
AND
SAMUEL GOMBERG, Cantor
Tor i/ciM" t^oifittml ta^atisfttction
FREE ADMISSION FOR
SLICHOTH SERVICES, Sat., Sept. 2, 11:30 p.m.
RABBI EUGEN LABOVITZ will officiate with
CANTOR SAMUEL GOMBERG, dramatic tenor,
and a len-vcice CHOIR, under direction of JOS. SCHREIBMAN
MEMBERSHIP DUES INCLUDE
SEATS FOR HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES,
FREE TUITION IN OUR HEBREW SCHOOL
AND TRANSPORTATION
-r
RIGIS1RATI0N FOR SEATS AND HEBREW SCHOOL
Temple Office Is Open Daily
from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. & 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
80th STREET & CARLYLE AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Telephone UN 6-8345


Beth Raphael Congregation
139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE !
INVITES YOU TO ITS ^flgP
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
RABBI MURRAY A. ALSTET
CANTOR DOVE R0SENCWEIG, of HAVANA, CUBA
and ABISH PERL OFFICIATING
TICKFTS $5 PER PERSON
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SECY. KRIEGER
(5-9 p.m.) FR 9-8649 or FR 3-9807
.
CONGREGATION YEHUDAH MOSHE
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TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE FOR
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CONDUCTED BY
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Cantor Maurice Neu and Choir f<
ftKMVATIONS AND TICKETS AT MflCE
POPIEL RELIGIOUS SCHOOL REGISTRATION "
NOW BEING TAKEN
PL 1-0283 PL 4-3097


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ftJfewJrf fkriicHinin
Friday, September 1, 19gi
Israel Bond Drive Maps High Holiday Campaign
result in their development o|
an economically independent n.
tion dedicated to freedom, peace
and brotherhood.
A record number of synayoKius
in Greater lOami will participate
in thr annual High Holiday effort
on behalf of Israel Bonds in honor
Ol Israel's Bar Mitzvah, it was an
noiinted by Samuel Knedland,
thairman of Hie Israel Rond cum-
mltlee.
The 19fil High Holiday effort Will
be led by Samuel Kemliaid. High
Holiday chairman; Sidney Ansin,
chairman of congregational din-
ners for Miami Beach; and Henry
Gilbert, chairman oi congregatio-
nal dinners for Miami.
Samuel Friedland pointed out
that national vice chairman of
the Israel Bond High Holiday ef-
fort is Rabbi Leon Kronish, spirit-
ual leader of Temple Beth Sho-
lom.
Appeal! will lake place at nearly
4c orthodox. Reformed and Con-
servative congregationi in the
Greater Miami area.
"As the people of Israel cele-
brate their 13th anniversary of In*
dependence." Knedland stated,1
"this years High Holiday cftort'
takes on added significance. It
marks Israel's Bar Mitzvah. an
anniversary which traditionally
signifies a coming of age.
"Israel has reached the threshold
Of economic maturity as a result ot
the influence which Israel Bonds
have had on the country's economy.
B) continuing our support of is
can be made to bloom again, that "During the High Hoi;
the chemical and mineral resour- son. it is appropriate that we I-
ces of the Negev can be exploited, cmnly pledge ourselves -, |u |D
that the vitality and vision of them attain this end through the
the people of Israel can and will Israel Bond drive."
Jack Popick, of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Jan Peerce, ol New
Rochelle, N.Y., greet Israel's former Prime Minister Moshe
Sharett at a session of the recent national leaders conference
of Israel Bonds in Jerusalem.
rael'S economic growth through gress as it approaches the stage of
the purchase of Israel Bonds in the economic self-sufficiency.
High Holiday period, we affirm our _. .. _, .
The ach'evements of Israel
faith in Israel as the SJ mbol ol Jew- durjng jt$ fjrtt 13 years give testi-
ish resurgence. At the same time, mony to the fact that the land
we assure Israel's continued pro can be redeemed, that the desert
Leaders Took Part in Jerusalem Confab
Vromuicnt Greater Miami Israel
1 ond leader- joined with more than
350 leaders Irom the United States.
l anada and Latin America at the
Israel Bond leaders conference in
Jerusalem In planning the second
decade of Israel Bonds.
Heading the Miami delegation
vere .lack S Popick and Maurice
RevitE. In Israel, they conferred
with Prime Minister David Ben
Gurlon, Finance Minister Levi
Kshkil. Foreign Minister Golda
Men. and other key Israeli lead
ers. and visited economic develop-
i. anl projects throughout the coun-
try
Upon returning to Miami, they
pointed out that "the first ten
years of the Israel Bond cam-
paign have demonstrated that Is-
rael Bonds are the lever which
moves Israel's economic develop-
ment forward. The $S00,000,000
provided during the first decade
of the Israel Bond drive have
played a decisive role in the de-
velopment of every phase of the
country's economy. Israel Bonds
must play *n equally decisive
part in the economic develop-
ment which is planned for the fu-
ture."
Reporting on the conference, the
delegates said that "Finance Min-
ister Fshkol told the conterenee
that Israel will require BOOM $2.-
500.000.000 in investment resources
during the next live years to carry
out her program of essential eco-
nomic development, and to pro-
vide for the absorption of hundreds
ol thousands of new immigrants.
This objective cannot be reached
without great sums from the Is-
rael Bond drive, which has become
an indispensable element in Israel's
total economic picture."
Delegates to the conference wit-
nessed one of the most significant
events in Israel's economic his-
tory, when they took part in the
dedication ol the cornerstone of the
new port which will be built at
Ashdod, on the Mediterranean
south of Tel Aviv.
"The new port, which will help
greatly to increase Israel's for-
eign trade, and will at the same
time provide a new gateway to
the Negev, is symbolic of the
ecor.omic achievements which
must be recorded in the coming
years with the aid of Israel
Bonds," they declared.
"The center of Israel's future
economic development will lie in
the Negev. Here a great propor-
tion of (he newcomers to Israel
will be settled, here housing must
be provided, industries must be
built, mineral resources must be
exploited, and water must be
brought to the dry land. As the
Negev develops, the entire econo-
my of Israel will be greatly
strengthened, and the country' will
move closer to its goal of economic
independence
"The conference in Israel marked
a most significant milestone toward
the realization of this aim."
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Beth DaVIO Congregation
CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUE, ORGANIZED IN 1912
RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO
WM W UPSON, Cantor
ALBERT SUSSMAN, Cher Diravj.
WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS TO JOIN IIS EAMIU
Membership Dues of $200.00 includes:
HIGH HOLY DAY Tickets for the entire family
RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS (including South Miami Brar:-
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organized activities for all age groups.
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FHday. September 1. 1961
vJenist; Fhrijtiatn
Page 9-A
Cabinet Airs Compulsory Immigration Loan
Miami Beach philanthropist Jacob Rifkin (extreme right) pre-
sents 51,000 to Louis Merwitzer, chairman of the Hebrew Acad-
emy building campaign, in honor of Michael Gewitz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gewitz, of Miami Beach. Michael, an out-
standing student of the Hebrew Academy, recently won the
Optimist oratorical contest. This is Rifkin's third gift to the
ccmpcign. Harry Genet, vice president, looks on. In back-
ground, the new Hebrew Academy is seen rising at Pine Tree
dr. end 24th st., Miami Beach.____________________
Minyonaires Get New Sanctuary
Tie Minyonaires, who forme
worshipped in a tented portion
Spectacular View
of Niagara Falls...
at the SHERATON-BROCK
i ilv resort atmosphere too.
'.rial food, great comforts, great
Sheraton extra, values: air-condi-
tioning, free radio and TV, free
parking, rhildren free (under 14
me room with adult). And
now Sheraton confirms both room
and rnif. Douhle room rates:
$11.00, $13.00, $16.00, $18.00.
Pot txiri'iituins in 4 geronds via
/, KS r./.' I A TRt >\. Sheraton s elee-
few ramputrr, roll your nearest
Klu aton Hotel or reservation office.
SHERATON-BROCK
HOTEL
NIAGARA FALLS, ONTARIO
rly : a Coral Gables synagogue, this
of i week announced the acquisition of
I their own sanctuary at 3737 Bird
rd., just west of Douglas rd.
The entire interior of the sane-
tt'ary has heen refurbished "to prei
sent a truly inspiring place of wor-
hip." according to Max Temchin,
president of 'he group. It is air-
conditioned, and the extencr is
landscaped, with parking facilities
made available by clearing and
paving the site at the rear of the
building.
Daily and Sabbath services are
already being held in the sanctu-
ary, and plans have been formu-
lated for High Holy Day services.
Seats are now available at the
office daily. :30 a.m. -to 10 a.m.,
and evenings from 7:30 p.m. to
9:30 p.m.
Selichoi services will be held on
Saturday at midnight. Access to
the parking area is through Doug-
las rd., just north of Bird rd.
Continued from Page 1-A
of s* ?! refugee problem. Dr. Johnson's
itinerary will include not only
Israel but also the United Arab
Republic, Jordan and Lebanon.
Meanwhile. Israel and the Mala-
gasy Republic (Madagascar) this
week signed a treaty ol friendship
and technical cooperation in the
Beth David's
Branch Growing
Enrollment at Beth David reli-
uiiuis school's South Miami Branch
is increasing daily. Students who
previously found difliculty in at-
tending Hebrew classes at Beth
David, due to its distance from
their homes, now are accepting the
opportunity to be part of its reli-
gious school program, according to
the school's officials.
The new branch is located at
SW 77th ave. and 104th st., and is
easily accessible by the Palmetto
bypass and Dixie hwy.
Registration in the main school
at 2625 SW 3 ave. continues its
usual high pace, with new students
enrolling daily and Sundays.
Beth David's office hours will
be extended to 9 p.m.. daily, during
the two weeks prior to Rosh Hash-
ona in order to accommodate the
many applicants to membership in
the congregation and religious
school.
fields of agriculture, industry, vo-
cational and professional training,
youth activities, education, public-
health service and transportation.
In impressive ceremonies at the
home ol President ltzliak Bcn-Zvi
here, the pact Was signed for Ma-
:.-.]> by President Philihert Tsir-
ln.ina. and for l.sracl by Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion. In the
agreement, Israel undertakes to j
place ai Malagasy's disposal a j
number ol scholarships, and to
send to the African republic ex-
perts, advisers and technical work
ers.
A joint communique issued by
ihe two governments at the same !
time reaffirmed for both Malagasy
and Israel the two nations' inter-
est in the preservation of the free-
dom of the seas, hope for the at-
tainment of self-determination by-
all peoples, and deploring any dis-
crimination of racial manifesta-
tion. The statement stresses the
need for all nations in the Middle
:East. Africa and elsewhere to de-
; sist from threats or the use of
i force against the integrity and po-
litical independence of any nation.
Meanwhile, it was announced
i here that Jomo Kenyatta. leader of
IKenya nationalists in the British
: African colony, has accepted a
: formal invitation to visit Israel.
Mr. Kenyatta is considered one of
1 the most glamorous leaders among
all Africans. He was in jail or
under house arrest for many years
until officially liberated by the
British administration last week,
charged with having led the Mau
Mail terrorists in Kenya.
It was disclosed here that Is-
rael Cohen, Israel's honorary
consul at Nairobi, capital of
Kenya, was visiting Mr. Ken-
yatta in the latter's home, last
week, when government officials
arrived to notify Mr. Kenyatta
formally that he was now free to
leave his home and go wherever
he pleases. Mr. Cohen imme-
diatly extended to Mr. Kenyatta
a formal invitation to visit Is-
rael, and the Kenya leader ac-
cepted.
Mr. Kenyatta told Mr. Cohen:
'Israel and Kenya have much in.
common historically." and expres-
sed appreciation for Israel's as-
sistance to Kenya. Israel has pro-
vided training courses and con-
ducted seminars for Kenyans.
A team of Israeli specialists left
j for Upper Volt a and Chad to ad-
. vise those governments on agricul-
tural and water problems, it was
1 announced by the government. The
' five-man learn was loaned by the
Technion, in Haifa. The experts
I will formulate recommendations
j which will, later, be implemented
by Israeli technicians.
Natural Diet of Man
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be the topic of a lecture by Dr.
\hraham Woifson. chairman of the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum, Tuesday,
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+Jewisti Fk>ridHatn
Friday, September 1, 1961
Spiritual Leader Felt the Spectre of Our Martyrs
showed how much the children had
grownall the intimate details of
the diary.
Rabbi Irvmp Lehrman is back
i i Temple Emanu-El
following a five-week tour of Eu-
rope. Hi- was accompanied on the
tier L\ nil wife, Belle.
Principal point of business was
Rabbi Lehrman's participation in
thv conference of the World Coun-
il of Synagogues. The conterence
Wi held at the world headquarters
ol UNESCO in Tans last July.
The conference highlighted pa-
1 Prof. Abraham Heschel,
t- wish Theological Seminary
of An Ernsl Simon, of
I H rsity a! .Jerusalem;
Pn f. B. Nehr, of the I nivcr-
a u in Fiance.
"I suppose the purpose of the
confererce was to bring together
the frsgments of European Jewry
in an e'fort to rejuvenate them,"
Rabbi Lehrman explained. "Most
ct Europe's Jewish communities
are either dessimated or else vir-
1i>a!ly fragmented," he said. "The
World Council of Synagogues
chose Europe' as the site of its
meeting this year by way of try-
ing to bring a ray of hope to the
Jews stil! living there."
According to Rabbi Lehrman,
most of these Jewa and the com-
munities with which they are af-
i' iati -v-, m t" be werj much de-
pet ( on the Jewa of Israel
nite States, out ol the
Still to be formally accepted, that
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
... the chestnut tree
American congregations "adopt"
sister-congregations in Europe
"much the same way as we adopt
cities abroad," he explained.
If nothing else, Rabbi Lehrman
emphasized that the conference
] aimed at the spiritual rehabilita-
tion of European Jewry, "and this
] made it SO unique, because our
principal elforts thus tar have been
confined to physical rehabilitation
via traditional Jewish philanthro-
py."
Mesivta to Open In New Site
The Mesivta ol Greater Miami'
will i secon year with a
llth grade next Tuesday
at its location, 1020 Michigan'
ave.
' c rding t< Rabbi Alexander S.
I principal, the new Mesvita ,
! r H -h Si hool will provide a '
I program <>1 Hebrew and
ral studies similar to the pro-
studies offered at the lo-
< Hebrew Academy.
The High School ior boys will
rirr;:it better than average stu-
i to profit from closer scho-
lastic association with teacher-. Ln
what might be termed a "student-
centered approach to education,"
Robbi Giosv said.
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman, vice
fagflg
AUGUST BROS fcw:
is fhc Btsr.' c
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president of the Mesivta, and one
of its founders, said that "we are
offering inducements to students
from southern communitfes and
South America to enroll in our
Hign School by providing them
with living accommodations in
the school building."
The Mesivta High School is the
only Yeshiva High School south of
Baltimore. Md,
Plans are in the exploratory state
for building a complete Hebrew
Senior High School in South Miami
on ten acres of land to be provided
by Louis Merwitzer, local builder
and philanthropist. The proposed
High School will bear Merwitzer s
name, Rabbi Gross said.
Assistant principal of the new
Senior High School is. Rabbi Morris
Horowitz, dean of boys at the
Hebrew Academy, and Donald
Swartz is assistant principal of the
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Did the conference attract many
European Jewish leaders? Saul
Rabbi Lehrman: "The Chief Rab-
bis of Italy, Denmark, England,
and France attended, and so 1
would hope that what is left of the
important Jewish communities cer-
tainly found adequate representa-
tion."
The Lehrmans' agenda also in-
cluded touring of Norway, Sweden,
Denmark, and Holland. In Nor-
way, Dr. Lehrman found a tragic-
ally small synagogue conducted by
a cantor. 'The Rabbi of Oslo had
simplj gone and moved to Israel
recently," he explained, "because
he found no stimulus to stay. There
i- no kosher meat in Norway, you
know." he said, "Ritual slaughter-
ing is outlawed. And so Jewish lite
seema to have come to a virtual
standstill."
But in Denmark, things were
completely different. "I found a
magnificent synagogue in Copen-
hagen, which was vibrant, alive, ,
I and packed to the rafters for Sab-
bath services. All of this is ex- '
plained by the unique regard in
which the Jewish community of
Denmark is held by the Danes
generally. The heroic story of j
Danish resistance against the
scourge of Nazi anti-Semitism
simply explains it all."
In Sweden, Rabbi and Mrs. Lehr-
man discovered no intense Jewish
life"certainly not as intense as in
Denmark But Stockholm boasts a .
magnificent, modern synagogue,
and the Jews there are affluent
and fare well. Of all the countries
we visited, Sweden waa the only one
that did not directly suffer German)
invasion during World War II."
Their last stop was in Holland,
where they visited the Spani>h
Portuguese Synagogue in Amster-
dam, reputed to be Europe's old-
est The Lehrmans attended Tisha
B'A\ services hi the synagogue, as
well as Sabbath services.
"It was in this Spanish Portu-
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"The Anne Fr*rk Houss is now
a museum and part cf a general
Youth Center established by the
Anne Frank Foundation. The
Dutch are very pttcd of t.-e Cen-
ter and the Musecm, and, it is
constantly jammee."
Liiesc Synagogue that the world-
unowned Jewish philosopher, Ba-|
|ruch Spinoza, was excommunicat
ed," Rabbi Lehrman said. "The
service was Sephardic. hut the i
Sephardic Jewish community hasj
i been reduced tremendously^" he!
i added, also noting that "only a hF-"1* ITabnTTchTTnan said LhatHie re
jroic Dutch effort and intervention turned to the museum a second
on the part of the government pro- time, "because 1 could sense the
Itected the synagogue from Nazi de-, shadows of the six million sainted
.unction during the occupation." Jews hovering all about."'
In Rabbi Lehrman's view, the And it was then that the pur-
\rnie Frank House was one of the pose of the conferor.ee of | ie World
most moving points of the entire Council 6f Sym becamt
Irip. "i saw the chestnut tree most meaningfulto savi -pir.
Anne wrote about that grew outside Itual lives of the remnants of !
her window, the entrance to the pean Jewry who sun I the
'attic camouflaged by the book- countless holocaust! ch so
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+Jewlsi) ilorHi cm
Page 11-A
Unite:; Fund volunteer leadership continues to map out plans
for the 1962 campaign. Mrs. Ruth Braunstein discusses strat-
egy with J. J. MacCallum (left) and George Valentine, district
chaiirr.an of Miami Beach north of 87th ter. MacCallum serves
as Special Gifts chairman in this area, and Mrs. Braunstein
is district vice chairman. United Fund needs volunteers, who
may apply at FR 7-3036.
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new baby with a friendly
callwith a basket of
gifts and congratulations
of the entire community.
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Mapai Dealing for Coalition Cabinet
Continued from Page 1-A
would decline nomination for elec-
tion as Speaker of the fifth Knes-
set, when the new House is orga-
nized. In that caseand if the Lib-
eral Party becomes a partner id
the next coalition Government
Mapai may propose the Speaker-
ship go to Dr. Pinhas Rosen, Minis-
ter of Justice in the outgoing Gov-
ernment, and a leader of the Lib-
erals.
Mr Rosen has reportedly said
he would "not want to be included
in any Government formed by Ben-
Gurion." He is still "angry" over
Mr. Ben-Gurion's refusal to accept
;i Ministerial Report made to the
last Government clearing former
Defense Minister Pinhas La von of
responsibility for a security mis-
hap in 1954.
Meanwhile the Mapam and Ach-
dut Avodah parties continued their
efforts to prevent the formation of
a Mapai-dominated Cabinet. They
are propo.wng that all former coali-;
tion partners draw up a "minimum
coalition program" which they
would present as a condition for
joining the Government. Their pro-
posals as indicated by Achdut Avo-1
dah leaders also aim at obtaining i
an undertaking from all four pro-
spective partners to the coalition
not to join any Cabinet separately.
The "minimum program"
would call for the establishment
of a National Defense Council to
supervise the activities of the
Defense Ministry. It would also
demand Cabinet decisions on all
important security or foreign
policy issues. The left wing's
readiness to enter a coalition witn
the Liberals appears to be a
shift in policy. Less than two
years ago they made it a condi-
tion of their joining the Cabinet
that the General Zionists not be
invited to join.
The Liberals have promised their
supporters that they would not join
any government in which their in-
fluence is not strong mainly
through control of important port-
folios such as Commerce and In-
dustry or Finance Some of the
Liluyal leaders, on the other hand,
are speaking of remaining in "con-
structive" opposition since they do
not believe they can obtain the
necessary strength in the govern-
ment.
Late this week, the Central Elec-
tion Committee officially an-
nounced the distribution ot the 120
-cats in the new Knesset The Ma-
pai party was apportioned 42; Lib-
erals, 17; Herut. 17; National Re-
ligious Party, 12; Mapam. 'J; Ach-
dut Avodah. 8: Agudah and Poalei
Agudah. 6; and the Communists, 5.
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vJewist Mo radian
Friday, September 1. \%\
Beth Shirah
Tkkets on Sale
Ed Feldstcin. chairman of 'he
membership committee of Temple
Belh Shirah. will meet with his
committee Sunday. 10 a.m.. ai the
Ti tuple's- temporary quarters.
\'.2p* Dixie bw>'. Sunniland Hall.
s>' complete Vrservations for the
High Holy Da: -
Services on Ko.-h Hashona and
Yom Kippur will be held al Village
Green Auditorium.
Reeistr'i'ion is now going on at
the Temple office tor daily He-
brew and Sunday religious school
to open at the Palmetto High
S'.hool on Sunday. Sept. IT, at 9:30
a.m.
Members of the Beth Torah Congregation
choir stand before the Holy Ark as they pre-
pare for the coming High Holy Days. From
left to right are Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum, Mrs. Jrck Donnerstaa. lustine Abram-
owitz, Alice Brunner, Ellie Braterman, Bea
Karg, Mildred Kahn, Lea Ball, Maurice Tenen-
baum, Joel Feldman, Charles LaCombe, Leon-
ard Schaffel, Hy Hamburg, and Rabbi Max A.
Lip'chitz.
Registration at Flagler
Registration for Hebrew anrl Sun-
day school and pre-school kmder-
carten will be held at Flagler-
Granada Jewish Center on Sunday
from 10 a.m. to noon.
Teen-Agers Wi!l Conduct Service
Nine eneigetic and bustling teen-
agers will face th.' tot of leader-
ship at Temple Menoruh a> they
lake over the services in the adult
congregation this Saturday morn-
ing. Rabbi Mayer AbramowitZ,
spiritual leader of the Temple,
asked the young leaders, partici-
pants in the recent Leadership
Training Institute, to implement
wliat they hai" studied in Me nine-
da J encampment.
Mark Granotl. a senior at Miami
Beach High, will be in charge of
the service and act as junior rab-
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I does not exclude religion from be-
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1 teen -age leader stated as he pre-
pared the group to lead the Sab
bath morning service.-., which in-
! elude Hebrew chanting. English
i prayers and preaching of a ser-
mon.
While there are r.o women rab-
bis in the American rabbinate,
Menorah's USY teen-agers have
elected Barbara Ssgal to deliver
the sermon. Barbara was an
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p!e f.'ienorah.
Leading the congregation in the
scriptural reading and interpreta-
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president of the USY, as well a-
Mike Lisinsky. who is now serving
as president of the Junior Division
of the teen-age south movement.
Although only 14 years old. Mike
has gained distinction in the high
school"s debating society.
M:chael Rabinowitz. Kenny Suss-
man, Patti and Meryl Weston and
Sim Granotf will also take an
active part in the Sabbath morning
services.
In the past. USY conducted its '
Sabbath morning services in the
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fJewist FkrJaffan
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sayings of fathers Oe/#c#W OatWc/ai/ \
Chap. 111:3
K>h Chananyt, 'he *i "f ^er-
,.i 1! ::.<' lit together and
', ..... ;, no words of Torah ;
,ht\ are a meeting of coffers, con- -
tenting whom it it >d. The godiv
mCn r, but \f two lit together and
'.anKf words of Torah. the Dx-^
*nn, Pti cur dbifiej brtu'rrn them.
M ,: .. laid. Then thev that feared
At Ls'd si-ake one with the other;
end the Lord hearkened and heard.
aKd a o<'k l remembrance was
nTHlen before him, for them that
feared the Lord, and that thought
upon Ha- Name. Now, the Scrxr
rur< -...' me to draw thxs m-
n ; : to tW/O f-ers. !>
, I. an il r: ..-, .,..;' that 1/
>.: sedulously occu-
. ..
he appoint]
.. ..,. .'. Because :t i<
j ali '< and
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kJ Hi ". the fear of tin
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ihn.i -... .-t ( :i; he m whom wxs-
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Summer's End Means Back
To School for Our Children
By RABBI SAMUEL Z. JAFFE
Hollywood Temple Beth El
The summer season is rapidly
drawing to a close, and once again
the High Holy Days are before us,
heralding that which is usually re-
ferred to as the "Synagogue Year."
We aie summoned to address our-
=elvcs to the dynamic program
of the "small sanctuary," rich with
its promise of the fulfillment of
laith and fellowship.
With :he beginning of the
school year, our attention is at
(..I directed to the religious edu-
cation of our young, a major func-
tion of the synagogue. For it we
are to perpetuate the distinctive
native character of Judaism, we
must transmit our great religious
and cultural heritage to the next
gi Deration. Immediately h.iwever,
the pubhc institutions invested
with the sacred responsibility of
making the knowledgeable past
comprehensible to the present, are
conlrontcd with many challenging
problems. The Jewish community has not put Jewish education on the
same publicly supported basis, as it has the multiple national and in-
ternational philanthropic and cultural agencies and service organizations
it sponsors.
We have made remarkable advances in the field of religious instruc-
tion during the past two decades, but an objective evaluation finds us
greatly wanting in this area. We now spend some sixty million dollars
annually on elementary and secondary education, with half ol the total
funds coming from the parents of children enrolled. The organized Jew-
ish community provides less than 10 percent of the funds necessary to
operate even a minimal program. If our attempts to generate a whole-
hearted and positive response in the hearts and minds of our children
to the call of faith and folk, and to elicit from them a commitment to
the Jewish past, present and future, are to meet with any measure of
Fuccess, then Jewish education must be put on par with our other com-
munal endeavors as a central concern and responsibility of all. It should
be subsidized on a basis of parity with our social service institutions and
civic defense agencies.
It is this which scripture underscores in this week's Torah reading.
Moses bids the Israelite to set up great stones once they had crossed the
Jordan. "And thou shalt write upon the stones all the words of this Torah
j very plainly." (Deut. 27:8). The words of the Law were to be engraved
; plainly upon these stones for all to see. They were to spell out instruc-
tion, knowledge, and truth. They were intended to elevate the Jewish
; community, spiritually and morally. Thus it has always been a prime
rule and responsibility of all the Jewish people from the very dawn of
j our history to perpetuate our dynamic laith. The time has come for our
generation to assume this sacred responsibility.
s
c r v 1 c c e
*J h i s kAJ e e to e n a
Information tc be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Pridey, a.m., preceding the week* of publication. All-re-
leases received after that time will be returned as proof of
their lateness.
RABBI SAMUiL JAffl

IfiNSlATION -
Experts Housing Project
ears have passed. The
erts Pri
in; the tenants
0 ; te notht 1
[ n. It
U 1 nguisfa be-
' thi new-

rs and
to the Hebrew broddeas;.- of
1 Israel."
e name. "Experts Housing
ct, is not official, of course.
(: will certainly remain in use
many years. But who were the
tenants. Where did they come
Oday it is already impos-
to know, for they are alike
everything to the local born
!>abras." The more the merrier
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
Why is the Almighty referred to
by the name "Shechinah?"
It is claimed that this expression 1
is related to t h e Biblical term
"Mishkan" which is the appella-
tion given to the tabernacle used
in the wilderness as the abode of
worship and sacrifice; and which
was considered to be the abode of
the Almighty. Scholars like to dif-
ferentiate between the root "Yas-
hov," which indicates a permanent j
act of dwelling and the root "Sh-
kon" which indicates a temporary
act of dwelling.
It is thus claimed that the taber-
nacle in the wilderness was termed
ihe "Mishkan" because the Immi-
nence ol Ihe Almighty there was
-.if a comparatively temporary na-;
tu re. where;.:- h 1 S permanent
::v elHi er somewhere in
he celestial spneres or evi
tbe .sense that
man conn : Un
i']\ bj ti nr.pt: 1 ry flat hes ol Hif
me : that thi i
- e Inah" was
nally given to Hi! Divine Presence.
: The this tl
broadened to include the concept
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I operation uith the Spiritual Lead- I
I era of the Greater .Miami Rabbin- I
I cal A^n.
RABBI MAX A. UPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON 8CHIPP
Gems of Wisdom
j.111 '"" i'iiM""Mtw"''itiinnituMtf
I ?
of the Creator in all His manifekta
tions.
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Is there any special place that is
preferential fcr the location of
a synagogue?
The Talmud mentions that a syn-
ue should be on the highest
m : h citj (Shabbal liai.
was ol '. 1 0 that a.
its ci uld top from
anywhere in 1 inter-
pi this r<(|-.i rent
11 y ... i e should be thi in
stitutii n 11 greaU st imp irtance in
ommunity.
Since il t..- not alv i issible
or practical to fol r lie, we
find variations as far as the alti-
tude of land on which the syna-
gogue stood. Actually, there is no
special requirement followed re-
garding the location ol the .syna-
gogue today, other than that the
place be a respectable one which
would not brir,-.' shame or degrad-
ation to the synagogue. It is the
synagogue which creates the spirit-
ual attitude and its spirit.
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle av
Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Evr
Ki may 8:30 p.m. Ratiltla) 8:S0 .; '"
Swmon: "The Pull >( WornhlHpl*"- to
i>^aih Bar Mltxvah: Murk FYled"-
man. son of Mr and Mr*. Henry !.-
vine.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave
i____k.Va... h. Yuskt>. president.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Canto." Will.am W. L.pson.
Palurday 9 n m s. rmon \ "-
St..: t." I lai MlW I '.lirr. n ''"
.M. .hi I Mrn. !' :i i I ii I Hairl
-..ii of Mr and M hen I-1 Ii
jrTM EL ACO SW TTti ve. Orthodox
Rabbi Solomcn Schiff
;.. |. Saturda; i> a.i
-' ;.-ii. I ...... in IflnlBh! i
i N'ijjhl Rt-f eel i

BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Max Shapirc.
Cantor Hyman File.
F'rlilii) K8:1j p.m. Sermon: "Rejolclna
in your Work." Saturday 15 m
I in- Mitsvuh: Ira, ~. n ..f Mr an I M
-:.iii i. -ii on Bellenot, 1: :30 p.m.
Sermon: "The Middle the Niirht."
IETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. LOtlla Rottman.
JETH JACuo. 301-311 Waahlngton
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchet.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Our Flral i iili-i int.-. Bar
Mitxvah: Donald, -".n nf Mr. and Mrs,
i-..i in.in Pollack. Bettchoi Bervloi .<
mil ni'-'h' b'ermon: "How Dark la
the Nirht?"
BETH KOOESH, 1 ib51 Quail Roost dr.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd eve
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.

3ETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseon i. Hji.kovi.j
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BETH TORAH. 164tn st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lt
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
i i '.as 6::io p.m. Saturday 8:15 a.m.
! Itnr Mitsvah: Alan. Ron "f Mr. and
Mis. rh;>rles .Adl^r: Miehael. s..n of
(Mr. an.I Mrs. Sidney Roxen, Bellchot,
i miilnij.-hl.
CONGREOAT:ON ET2 CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
I Ida) '::"> p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
j Kellchol .- rvlca at ml In b1 i
CORAL WAY JEV/ISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Krtdaj 6:30 p.m. Saturdaj 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Modern Benediction* and An-
cient Maledictions." 6 p.m. Bar Mltx-
vah: l>i-nnis, eon "f Mr. and Mia
PYeeman. Sellchot service ; t mid-
night. Sermon: "Out ..t the Darkness
..i Sight Thj Light."
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "A Time
in Work for the Lord." Saturdaj : 0
a.m. Sermon: "Portion of ih. Week."
Bar Mitsvah: Joel, son : Mr. and
Mrs. Murray L-lppman. Sellchot serv-
ice -ii midnight. Sermon: "Arise, sine
inln the Night."
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Cantor Harry Zarettky.
i i.ia> 6:30 p.m. Baturdaj 9 a.m. Bai
Mitsvah: iii ry, .-<>n of Mr, ami Mra
Jules Qoldmark.
-----
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
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HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 555 W. 49th St.. Hia-
leah. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
tr Conservative. Raori Mciton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
! -'at in < > s-. Ichol
aratli n."

; KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Eucha ave
Orthodox. Rabci David Lenrt.tlo
Canto.- Abranam Self.

MIAV1 HEEREW CONGR EGAT IC N.
?w 'itn ave. Traditional. Canr
tei r-td Eerns:-.
OHEV SHALOM. 811 .'--.- i. ill
Ortnodc* RabLi Ph.neas Weberman.

'SEPHARCIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collm, av. Carte- S. Naahm as.
.- '
-. i ng

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 S .' Btl
st. Cciervative. Ribbi Marnce
Klein.
----
'Svple adath YESHURUN. 1C28
NE 'S-3rd st.. Miami Cardens rd.
Rabb Max Z.icker.
'" da] ,' m.
----. .
TEMPLE n = T^ AV. '.50 N. Kenoall
dr., S Miarr.i. Reform Raobi HerDerl
Baumgard Canter Charles Kodn
i"i.!. > s i r. in s. in n "Do W<
; i abui Va n Si i hi daj 3 a m
Bar Mitsvah 11 nn, son of Mr. and
Mrs David W< Il. Hi ro d, son of Mi
and Mrs. William Sam >
gervtci :.i dnlg hi rec ded by pres-
GEMS OF WISDOM
Do n. I rtly on If and Perhaps
HAHYA


Ml (ftt'e vnu definite muvhc
(.OI.Dv.YN
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The worst :i'.e thotig II HIINI
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rater ii than to resolve a
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t .iniihljul
.: ins ezR/
.
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.:,-,, iiiamalie nar-
:.. g .. ei dlrei '.! by Mrs
I h !ng w..if.
I TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform.
Rabbi Simutl Jafte.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:15 phi. Sermon: "Crlterlai
for Jewish Loyalty." < in<-n Shabbal
hosts Mrs isr... I Goldman and Mrs.
Joseph Kaiz. Satin day H':30 a.m.
------
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday a am.
----------
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Davio Convlser.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 10:tr. a.m.
Bi Mitsvah: Stewart, son "f Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Hershey.
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry
L. Lawrence.
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Wasntno-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving;
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
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TEMPLE ISRAfct. '37 NE 1tth St.
Reform. HabD Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Friday v 15 p.m. htormon: "A Wandei
ing Aramean Who Are We Jews?"
an.ill- blesMlng: Mr.-. Frank Toback.
Oneg Shabbal host: Sisterhood, Sat-
urdaj 10:80 sum Klddush host: Sister-
hood.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th it
Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
FtU.Hj 8:lo p.m. Sermon: "Hear O
Israel"." tiin-K Shablial Ik.si: fc'intei-
hood.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. snst
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gcmbcro.
('.Ida) 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "With Awe.
and Inspiration We PTepare for the
Holy Days." Saturdaj 8:45 a.m. Bar
Mitsvah: Michael, sun of Mr. and
Mrs Melvin Kineir.an. Sellchot Si
ice. 11:30 p.m. Sermon: "In the Btlll-
n. aa of the Night"
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TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wsllach.
Friday s:i"> p.m. Sermon: "Teaching;
i rs Batutn aj m. Bar Mits-
vah: Malcolm, -.n of Mr and Mrs.
Herbert Steinberg
'---- ----
TEMPLE TIFEHETH JACOB. t1
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Helm.
::> p.m G .- peaker, Rob-
erl 11 irdon, assists I executive Bouth-
easti n < outs of Vmerlca
i :, Alter a receive the N r
Tan ; al Saturdaj 9
hoi '.'. eek > Pi m Ion of the
Bernard, son .>f
,\1 and Mrs Ul< r. Sallchot
at mil on: "t'nl-
. ng at
ihi
e
TEMPLE 2AMOR* 44 Zimora ave.
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz.
|5 .. in.
-.

TEVPLE 2 ON. '"70 SW 17th at;
Ccnservauve Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Canter .veer Goldfarb.
.
T rE?ETH ISRAEL. '-:03 N. Miami
Rabbi Nathan Zw.tman. Can-
to- A'r< -t Gianti
-. Thi
... i n." ( mi g
1..-I Saturday
-. .-. i Milk and
--. i .,* midnlghl.
.. .. ... n Wi Can
..
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dlxla
hwy. Conserv/.tive. Rabbi Sheldon
Ste nmatl. C.-.nlcr Maurice Neu.
p.n Sermon Why Be-
in. f hoi serv-
I .. at midnight Si rmon: Bliohoa,
Its Sli daj "

VOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st .
Ortnor"ix. Raubi Shei-win Stauber.


Page 14-A
vJewisti Meridian
Friday, September 1, 1961
OH the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Noted Columnist Keen Observer of the Madness Around Us
COR THE PAST twentyfive years,
David Schwartz has been writing a
weekly column for the Jewish Telegra-
phic Agency in the tradition of the bril-
liant feuilletonists of another day. (Mr.
Schwartz begins this week where Mr.
Ziprin leaves off.Ed.). Now he has col-
lected his sheaves into bookform under
the modest title "Hainan Taschen and
Rothschild's Millions" when a more fitting one would
have been "Midrash David."
The publishers (Twayne) describe the book as a col-
lection of Jewish wit and humor, but it is more than that
description encompasses, for it derives its roots not alone
from folk vision but from sacred tome, history and hu-
man experience.
David Schwartz is a keen observer of his surround-
ings, of the madness about us, and he reacts to the cli-
mate not with wearisome semantics in the style of the
sophisticates, but "with a Kumor and satire that not only
pierce but illuminate the theme, the midrash.
Essentially a sad person, Schwartz likes to rock him-
self into security to the tune of wit. Chochma, wisdom,
through the ages has been a weapon of Jewish survival,
and it is brilliantly reflected in every page of the 206-
page volume. There is no theme he touches to which the
author does not bring an appropriate anecdote or adage.
Nor is there a theme he touches that stands by itself.
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Will the Administration Stand Up to Nasser?
Washington
thirty-five merchant ~hips living
:he United States Hag. and an equal
number of American-owned vessels un-
der foreign colors, are haunting Secre-
tary ol Labor Arthur J Coldberg. All
thtse ships are barred from Arab sea-
ports. The labor rights oi American sea
men are affected.
These ships stir the memory of the
D4 w Labor Secretary because, only last year, he negotiated
with the previous Administration on this very same prob-
lem. It erupted then when U. S. seamen demonstrated
against the Arab blacklisting tactics by picketing the
Egyptian ship -Cleopatra." in New York harbor.
.Mr. Goldberg, then special counsel of the AFL-CIO,
obtained through tedious negotiations a policy statement
in Washington on the U. S. Government attitude toward
American rights in Arab ports. The State Department was
eager for American picketing of the -Cleopatra" to cease.
Mr. Goldberg sought firm commitments from the Depart-
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
The Drama is Over
Jerusalem
THE TRIAL of the Jewish people
' against Adolf Eichmann ended
after four months and three days
of drama, pain, sorrow, as well as
pride.
The initial drama of the Jewish
people in a sovereign state, for the
first time in history trying one of
its arch persecutors, never left the
r.eon-lighted, modern auditorium of Beit Ha'am,
where, behind rows of correspondents of the entire
world press, hundreds of Israelis and tourists sat
daily through the recounting of the tragedy of the
holocaust by the Attorney General, by survivors of
Nazism and through the lengthy legalistic argu-
ments.
The trial revived the pain of millions in Israel
and abroad, since there was hardly a Jewish house-
hold in Europe which did not lose a major part of its
members in the Nazi extermination program. In long
days of sorrow, millions recalled their parents,
wives, husbands, sisters, brothers and children who
perished in Auschwitz. Maidanek. Treblinka. Dachau
and hundreds of other localities whose German
names will forever remain cursed in Jewish history.
But the trial also created a feeling of pride;
pride in the, individual heroism of uncounted men,
women and children who faced death without losing
their God-given human image.
The simple words in which some witnesses de-
scribed their experiences in the inferno created by
m me human beings against others, were hardly ever
surpassed by the greatest works of world literature.
There was also pride in the indestructibility of
the human spirit, which not only at the edge of the
grave, but even in the grave itself, did not give up
hope; pride in the tens of thousands of human be-
ings, many thousands of them non-Jews and a very
lew even Germans, who risked and even sacrificed
their own lives to save fellow beings.
The trial also gave a feeling of pride to the
. young generation of Israelis who. during the trial,
1< arned that not only was there individual heroism
in those who went to their death meekly, but that
tens of thousands resisted despite unbelievable odds;
and that the Warsaw Ghetto revolt was not the only
mass uprisingthere were tens of others in ghettos,
concentration camps and even in Auschwitz.
The" people of Israel and the entire Jewish people
could take pride also in the dignified manner in
whic-n the trial was conducted. There was sorrow
on the faces of the judges., sometimes even a tinge
of anger, when Eichmann stretched well into ab-
surdity and even abuse, in his denials and evasive-
ness.
But there was- not the slightest sign of vindictive-
ness in the entire proceedings.
ment. which was represented by Acting Secretary of State
C. Douglas Dillon.
Today, Mr. Dillon, as Treasury Secretary, serves in the
Cabinet with Mr. Goldberg, the man he faced across the
conference table. 11 Washington continues appeasement of
the Arab blockade, both face possible embarrassment.
Rep. William FittS Ryan, New York Democrat, this
month charged in a House speech that American ships were
subjected to Arab bigotry because they dared call at Israeli
ports. Rep. Ryan said: "U. S. crew members have been
held in violation of International law. For instance, the
crew of the freighter "Westport" was held aboard ship lor
22 days at the Port of Suez. Such treatment of American
merchant seamen has caused the Seafarers International
Union to make repeated protests."
The Arabs have continued adding to their blacklist of
American ships. Surrender of the State Department to
Arab pressure was protested recently by President Joseph
Curran, of the National Maritime Union.
Mr Curran asked President Kennedy to stop -continued
United Arab Republic violations of the principle of the
lreedom of the seas with respect to Israeli ships and to
her ships trading with Israel."
The NMU head cautioned the White House that a con-
tinuation of Arab tactics could result in a counter-boycott
by the 6.500.000 members of the International Transport
Workers Federation. Mr. Curran complained specifically
about Nasser's restrictions against American ships destined
through the Suez Canal to or from Israel. He protested
ihat American merchant seamen were subjected to indig-
nities and abuse by the Arabs.
The State Department answered the NMU by announc-
ing the provision of U. S. rockets to Nasser. Mr. Curran's
protest was, in effect, rejected in an official letter by U.
Alexis Johnson, Deputy Undersecretary of State. Mr.
Johnson said that "strong pressure applied unilaterally by
a Government, or by private groups, would not only cause
sharp resentment but would also complicate quiet efforts
to achieve progress."
Mr. Johnson maintained that the Department had re-
ceived no complaints against Arab blockade practices.
Yet, at that very time, the Department was secretly back-
ing efforts to delete an anti-blockade clause from the Mu-
tual Security Act. The Department was mindful of Arab
votes at the coming session of the United Nations General
Assembly.
Secretary' Goldberg, on May 6, 1960, extracted a policy
statement from the Stare Department. Picketing of the
Cleopatra" was ended. Mr. Goldberg told the press that
labor would observe future developments and make sure
the Government lived up to its commitments. Today, Mr.
Goldberg is not only a member of the government; he is
charged with the burden of responsibility in the area of
labor.
As Labor Secretary. Mr. Goldberg got olt to a superb
start by settling a New York tugboat strike within 72 hours
alter having been sworn into office last January. President
Kennedy, whose full confidence he enjoys, gave Mr. Gold-
berg added responsibilitiesthe Equal Employment Op-
portunities Commission, the Missiles Labor Commission,
and the Labor Management Advsory Committee.
The nation is waiting to see if the Administration will
stand up to Nasser.
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Always he finds strikingly original relationships to other
events and persons. The volume essentially savors of
folk wisdom, lore, legend and Jewish tale, yet it is replete
with erudition and history, not in the textbook but in the
human sense. To every subject he touches. Schwartz in-
troduces a paragraph, a page, a line Irom history and
from tomes of wisdom, ancient and modern. The world
to the author does not move in a vacuum, nor is it a
missile that has lost its path or its links with the gencr-
ations of man.
There is continuity in history and in human rela-
tionships, and it is against this perspective that Schwartz
pours out his wit.
It would be easy to belabor this point with COuntlest
illustrations. A few will suffice. In a column or. Purim
he remarks that the Book of Esther alkcted America!
history. For a moment the reader pauses in surprise, in
disbelief. But Schwartz quickly brings him out of the
daze with a brilliant explanation. When ratification "f
the Constitution was before the Massachusetts state con-
vention, a preacher objected to its adoption on the ground
that il did not mention God. One of the delegates, a
young lawyer, retorted that the omission was r.ot fatal
since some of the biblical books had not mentioned God
either. When the stunned preacher demanded proof, the
young lawyer produced the Book of Esther and the ('in-
stitution was of course ratified. The men of the Midrash,
he ruminates elsewhere, -seemed to like their heroes a
little earthy." and he treats us to a salt] story about a
rabbi in the days of the Talmud who was so delighted
at couples being married that he would geek out weddings
and dance with the bride in his arms to exhaustion. When
one of his pupils asked him whether he might not emulate
his teacher in that respect, the rabbi replied yes. but only
it there were no sinful intentions.

Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
On Doing a Mitzvah
THE GOOD Jew is happy for the
chance to do a Mitzvah. The rab-
is of old pointed out that the Jew s
iave no less than Taryag or 613
litzvahs to perform. What other
eople have been vouchsafed so
lany? they asked. Blessed in-
lead are the seed (-1 Abraham,
saac and Jacob.
oi iuuii In fact. President Grant once did a Mitzvah. a very
important Mitzvah. Simon Wolf who knew all the
Presidents from the Civil War to the beginning of
the present century told about it in his book. "The
Presidents I Have Known."
One day. Wolf received a letter irom a Jew in
Jerusalem asking him to approach the "King of
America" and request a donation for the dowry of
his daughter. The King of America, the Jerusalem
wrote, would no doubt be glad to do a Mitzvah like
that. There is hardly a greater Mitzvah than this
of helping a poor girl get her man.
Wolf, amused, showed the letter 1o President
Grant. Is he serious? asked the hero of Appomat-
tox. Never more so, answered Wolf, and he went on
to tell President Grant the Jewish philosophy about
Mitzvahs. how to a good Jew the chance 1o do a Mitz-
vah was like that for a general to win a battle.
President Grant took out his check book and
wrote a check for $25 which Wolf sent to the Jeru-
salem Jew. Later Grant received from the Jerusa-
lem Jew, a textile woven painting of the President
done by the Jerusalem Jew.
No doubt many other Presidents have done Mitz-
vahs. The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia defines
Mitzvah as "every opportunity to fulJill the compre-
hensive duty of men to their fellows. To bring about
poet between two quarreling people is Mitzvah, to
help a man in need is a Mitzvah and so on.
i nn MM
Arab Leaders Distribute Anti-Jewish Material
THE Palestine Arab delegation in this
' country has just registered inciting
anti-Jewish material with the Depart-
ment of Justice under the Foreign Agents'
Rcgislration Act. This material aims at
arousing American Christians against
Israel by alleging that the Israeli Gov-
ernment is "eradicating" Christianity.
It contains the most brazen lies that
"Jews desecrated and profaned churches by breaking
doors, windows, statues of Jesus Christ, the Virgin Mary,
Saints and Crosses.
Also, that they tore Holy Books and sacred vestments,
looted church belongings, danced and slept and committed
sin and obscene acts in churches. In many respects this
propaganda materialalready being disseminated through
the United States mailresembles the worst anti-Jewish
propaganda ever disseminated on American soil. This
time the Arab propaganda does no longer limit itself to
attack against "Zionists" but its blast is directed against
the "Jews."
Even the Talmud is injected into the new wave of Arab
propaganda which can only be compared in its vulgarity I
with the notorious "Der Steuermer" issued in Nazi Ger-
y by Julius Stretcher who was hanger, by the Allies as
wai criminal. Arab representatives in the United States
are also seeking to exploit the Berlin j.tuation for their
propaganda against Israel.
They disseminate material in Washington and among del'
egates of the Western Powers at the United Nations com-
paring the present developments in Berlin with the "Pal-
estine situation." The point they are trying to make is
that just as the Western Powers are determined not to
sacrifice its rights in Berlin .they should also "show de-
termination" in helping the Arabs "to liberate Palestine
from Zionist alien occupation." '
Anticipating that their propaganda will not be taken ^
seriously, they indulge at the same time in attacking the
Western Powers for "blindly supporting the State of
Israel."


Friday. September 1. 1961
Jmtsti MnrMinr
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
"In the: circuit COURT of the
plEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FI OR OA. IN AND FOR DADE
CCLNTY. IN CHANCERY
Ni 6!C 3645
ARTIH < MSVWfl

AN'H EVrNB
N( CE BY PUBLICATION
, v \ I ,i:.\ H I.K\ I.NK
% ... ieneral Delivery
n y.
Y,,| \ : HKHM li (TIFfED that
Divoi has bi i a
I i, ana you are hen bj
oop) of youi
MUVe l>!i u
:,..,, m I he 1'lalni Ifl -
., ,-. KINK & FoR-
0 A.\ ..:, B Hiding, Miami,
1 irife iiiuj Hi i eol
, i :, .i the ibuve
, ; or the 18th
, i -i ;.. otherwise the
. |ai il taken a
i i tj ..
ol August,
1. LEATHERMAN
rk ol it Co irl
,i puntj i'i >rlda
, K H .A.NWAY,
i i.- i .. k
8 18-25, J/l-8
NJTIC3 UNDER
Tl r.-JU* NAME LAW
X(,TI IS I Gl\ F*N i'
:. i rln ; i" engage in
ui" fictitious name of
AI' I i <'
n Inn nds to rei
\.. he Clerk of th< C
111 i nty, Fiorl la
n::. >RiK INC
i .:.,
^ 11-18-2:., :
MY6HV
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag
business under the fictitious name *:
DRAPERY ass.iciatks n 26T.1 s W
2Srd \\.....e, Miami, Florid Inti it to
i eg 1st11 Raid name with the C
the "nviiu c.iii t ..I i lade I loom
Florida.
JOE MEYERS* iN,
Hole iwner
Ri >HBRT I. BLOOMBKKO
.n tor.ni j fi Joe M !
- I, I
"And in this tank, we have a CARP ... the
Godmother of the gefilte fish."
-
LEGAL NOTICE
F
Si >'l

NO-ICE UNDER
^TITIOU-i NAVE LAW
: ; him; Y ;i\ EN that
to i ngage In
i.- name of
Street, M i ml, Florida
i .ui of Dade
i ,
li VRRY !' Sll.I.IVAN
li' i.-. .1.' i I RBS.SER
i v. /. t i::i .1. :r
8 11-18-2:

in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
flor'da, in and for dade
cc-nty. in chancery.
No. SIC 8355
ITIDWI -7 MORTGAGE COMPANY,
Mlssoui i*orpo itlon authorized
do b -- in :'H- State ol Florida,
i
\ -.
. IRR1DAN F KIM MEL, et al,
I .ill's
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti i; SHI .11'AN !' KIMMRL
\ I i i-.inat
i. ngelea, ilifocnla
ror Al : HI !RI RY NOTIFIED that
- been br lughi against y ou
I. Mil vest MORTGAGE COM-
PANY th- ihove -entitled Co irt,
to forei i mortgage encumbering
i'i. folli ':ni! lea bed property, t>-
w il
I. BloCh 2, of PARKMooK
MASi :: accord ng to the plat there-
ied in Pat It..ok .">*. at
!" of thi- public record* of
I lade i inty Florida;
nil you .ire required to file your
li the Clerk of the Circuit
Court lade County, Florida, at the
Courtho -- iii Miami, Florida, on >r
bef..... s. -.itemlie: 1^. 1961, and to
serve opy o' nuoh answer upon
DAVII CATSMAN, Plaintiff s at-
torne >. address is Mth FI...*
at 1"! Ei -t Flagler Street. Miami 82,
Florida in >: before said date, is
y the Laws of Florida, if
kou fall da so, toe complaint will
' .. confessed bj you and a
Becrei i Confesso will be entered
-"'-' i for th,- relief demanded
in th. i i ulalnl
DATED this 3rd day Of August.
I
I R LEATHERMAN
.cle Couni s. V orida
' i. k of tl ,. r Court
HELEN KBSSLER ,
1 I.- i .! f'|
AVID CATSW -
' i'H K Flagler St.
i 2, irlorida
S U-1S-L' I '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CfRCUT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
CCLNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 6IC i!7
"NA> Kl I LAI....... ii::i.kn
' Kl *N i, his wife,
I'lai
vt>,
BRR'I I KNIOOE and
MA :ik i: iHfifiR,
dlvldm I; and k>lntl>,
i ndanta
NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROBERT I KNIUOB
i rhe Ouiifor.i Folding Bos Co
i v tran i nd Haven Btreet
. 1!;-' ore Maryland
' VH HRRRBV NOTIFIED, that
' pmplaint to Foreclose Mortgage
ti" following Seacrlbed property:
;;'., ,?' Blocs 6. WBSTHAVEN
mi.i",iits, according to the put
"''"i. is recorded in Plat Book no
it Page :)4 of the Puhlu- Records of
I'art.. < ounty, Florida.
; been filed against you, and you
' required to seise a copy of irour
iswer or Pleading to the Complaint
,' ,'.:,'"!'-ffs' attorney, li. Robert
'Y'1-1.Now, 528 We,. Flagler Street.
'"". Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
' < lerli of th Circuit Court on or
' th sth day of September, 1M1.
you fail to do so. Judgment Bj
1 "'"|t Will be taken against you for
r\Ar'eL'Jsd,'man,,eiJ in the Complaint.
i'\lfc.I) at Miami. Bade County.
'a. thi 4th day of August, ii.
B, LJBATHERMAN,
1 -rk of Circuit Court,
I ade County, Florida
B.v: R. H. lANWAf,
for Plaintiff.
, West I lagler Street
HUmi, Florida
8/11-18-25, 9/1
-..h
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IN GIVEN that
'''.' I. Il ring I e .;:!);- in
l.usini .- i he I ; i m.i ......i
REBBANIi TAVI :n ,r r s N |
and a v ., ,.' i ii:. i imet lead '
loa inten la t said name w nil
the i ierk i '..!
i'ounty, i- i irlii i
Mi >.sa.\i COR
Bj Morris I 'resident
HARRY KUKFTRNI
attorney for Purcha -er
12 i :. : .':. : ..
Vliaml Bea,< h F: >rida
! 1 -8-IS-22
LEGAL NOTICE
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORiOA
TO A!.I. TO WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS:
Whereas, 8F:YMOUR O. SOMER-
STEIN, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA:
HARRY W. GRERNBERG, M I A M I
BEACH FLORIDA: ROBERT SOM-
RRSTE1N, MIAMI REACH. EU>R-
IDA; FRED SOMERSTEIN. MIAMI
BEACH, FLORIDA did on the 80th
>.,v of April, a.D. 19..5 cause to be
incorpi ral I under the provisions of
Chapter 808, Florida Statutes. NA-
TIONAL ALUMINUM PRODUCTS
iii. INC., a corporation, with Its
principal place of business at Miami,
lAI>i: COUNTY, in the State of Flor-
ida, iti.i whereas the stockholders of
such corporation did on the 17th day
Of August. A.D 1961, cause to he filed
in the office of the Secretary of State
of the state of Florida, a Consent of
all the stockholders under the pro-
visions of said Chapter &(><. Florida
Statutes, showing the dissolution of
such corporation.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
state does hereby certlfj to the fore-
going and that he is satisfied that the
-.I ilrsments of law have been com-
plied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set m\ hand and have
affixed tne Great Seal of the
Bl ite of Florida, at Tallahassee,
the Capital, this the SEVEN-
TEENTH day of AUOUST, A.D
IMl,
,,..,:! rOM ADAMS.
Be tretars of State
1/1/61
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 8806
NETTIE BERHARDT
itiff
HELLML'TH BERNH \RDT
I tefend in
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO.: HELLMUTH BERNHARDT
Defendant
177 Route 'lot
New City, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a Complaint for DB irce has been
filed against i iu, and you are herebj
required tO Serve B COPJ Of > >ur an-
swer on the p i ittorney,
DONALD E PROST, iOM Duponl
Building, Miami .1^. Florida, and file
the original answer in the offll.....I
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 01
before the i Sth da) of September,
1961, or the allegations win be taken
as confessed against you.
DATFUl at Miami, Dade County.
Florida, this mui daj of August, 1961
E B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) By I; H. LANWA1
Deputs Clerk
_________________________8/18-;.'.. >/!->
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 43674-B
RE: ESTATE OF
JULIUS A. SIEGRL a k a
J. A. SIEGBL
| .e.'e |m'I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of .Ml,IDS A. SIKOEL, de-
censed; and that on the 28th day of
September, 1961, will apply to the
Honorable Frank B. Dow ling County
.fudge of Dade County, Florida 1' m
approval of said final report and for
tuni discharge is Flxecutor ol the
Estate of ii'i-ii A. SIBGRL, de-
MILTON R. MANNHBIMER
KOVNER& MAWNHEIMBR
rnei for FJxecutor
8.25. 9/1-8-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 61C 8361
THE GREENWICH SAVINGS RANK,
a Corporation existing under th.
laws of the State ol New Yo
Plaintiff,
\ -
SLYMAN JOHN POWELL, el al,
I 'I'feiidallt.-
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: SI.YMAN JOHN POWELL
i:.\ 152
Graj svii!.. Tennei
YOU ARC. HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has been brougl against you
by THE GREENWICH SAVINGS
rank, in the above-entitled Court.
to foreclose a mortgage encumbering
the following described property, to-
wit
Lol IS, BlOCk 25, SIERRA MIRADA.
SECOND addition, according to
the plat thereof, recorded in Plat
Book 64. at page Bl, of the public
records of Dade County. Florida.
Toge'her with: Wall ov.n and range!
central heating. Nutone I.....i prep-
aration center and Venetian blinds;
and you are required to file your
answer with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad.- County. Florida, at the
Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or
before September 16, 1961, and to
serve a copy of such answer upon
David P. CATSMAJV, Plaintiff's at-
torney, whose address i~ 11th Floor al
101 F:.i.-t Flagler Street, Miami X2.
Florida, on or before said date, as
required by the laws of Florida, if
you fail to do so, the complaint will
be taken as confessed by you and a
Decree pro Confes.-o will be entered
gainst vou for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
IATi:D this 17th day of August.
1961.
R. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
(seal! By: HELEN KBSSLRR,
Deputy Clerk
DAVID P. CATS'M AN
14th Floor at 101 B. Flagler St.
Miami U. Florida
B 26, '.< l -- IS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name dI
COMMERCE APARTMENTS al Dude
County. Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk Of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MEYER 1- CHERKAS and
FANNYB CHERKAS, his wife
EI.RY STONE
Attorney for Meyer I, Cherk.i-
and Pannye Cherkas, his wire
B 26, 9 l-S-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 53298-A
in RE Estate of
MARY LBVOWICH
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditors and All Personi Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have mains!
the estate of MARY LBVOWICH de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the County Judges Of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in their offic.-
in the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
IIYMAN V. LBVOWICH, as
Administrator. CTA
First publication of this notice on
the .'.'. day of August. M61,
HARRIS. ROBINSON & WEISSEE
'At torn pj s
Dole FVderal Building
Miami I!'.'. Florida
8/2S. 6/1-8-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
th- undersigned, desiring to engage m
business under the fictitious name of
IMPERIAL EAST at 10801 F:.is! Bay -
harbor Drive, Miami :>4, Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
I \cK II APPLEBAUM
Sole (>wner
NELSON SPIELVOOEL
Attorneys for .lack H. Applebnum
I 1 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 53567A
IN RK ESTATE >F
MARJORIE Mi l.ol "Til KEAN
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
ADMINISTRATION UPON ESTATE
OF PERSON BELIEVED
TO BE DEAD.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
WHRREAS, JAMES p. KEAN hai
filed a Pel Itlon for Lei ters I Vdmin -
Istratinn on the Estate of MARJORIE
Mi'l.ol ill kf:an. a pei n bel
to bs Ue.oi; evidence will be presented
before th. Honorable w p Blanton
count Judge, at his Chambers in the
1 wide County Com' House M
Florida, a) 11:00 A.M., on September
15, 1961, at which time the Court will
hear the evidence concerning the al-
leged absence of the supposed Dece-
dent ami iii- circumstances i I dura-
tion thereof.
Anyone having an> evidence
the whereabouts of the said MAR-
JORIE McLl -I I'll KEAN i '> I
present and present such evidence at
said time and place
DATED this : 1961.
JAMES P KEAN, Pel tl >ner
8101 N \v I63r i SI
Opa-Lock i. Florida
ABNER s> iLOM' IN
Attorney for the Petltl >n
I20S Metropolitan Rank Bldg.
Miami 32, Florida
8/11-18-25
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HRRF^RY OIVEN ''"
the undersign >d, desli ing I nga
business inder the fictitious nan
PETKRSONS STEAK PLACE it 7140
S U Sth St., Miami. Fl.i Inten
register said nami with the Clerk ol
the Circuit emit of Dude County,
Florida
1100, INC. hi Fia ; !orp )
Mole iwner
KBSSLER .< GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1998 B.W. 1st Street
f. I1-1R-2'.. 9'1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 53674-C
IN RE: Eel 9
CLARA .1 !a iCKWi m i
Di res i
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
[o All Cn i ir ..i. 1 All H
ing Claims or Dein Is Ag Insl Said
ite:
y.ei in. h -. by n tlfii i ind re-
quired to presen u m 11 le-
manils w hit h you na I i\
the stati of CLARA !.' ICKWi >OD
deceased lati Pad I !oui I
Ida, to the Counlj ludg
i 'ounty. and file 1 i
In th ii h hi
Dad- Com ty, Ploi Ida wii hln si i
ah ndar months from I lai
first publl itlon or I
u ill be bar !
First publ catloi on
h da v of Augusl 1961
ALMA E. TATE is E
the Estate if CLARA : i n 'K-
u.....
LEi INARI i i K \'.:sn
Vttu nej
1629 duPonl
Miami -. V .'I la
-i'i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned; desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..:
S( NSHINF: TOWERS ai 1834 Merid-
ian Avenue, Miami Beaeh inten i to
register said name with the Clerk "f
the Circuit Court ol Dade County,
Florida.
JACQUES KOCHEN and
BKRTHF: KOCHEN
and
JCl.IO F'. FTS'MMAN ul
DAL1S ROSA F'lSHMAN
STANLEY M. PREU
Attorney for Applicants
811 Seybold Bldg.
8'2'.. 9/I-1-I*.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 8554
MIDWEST MORTGAGE COMPANY,
a Missouri Corporation, authorized
to do business in the State of Flori la.
Plaintiff,
vs.
R. WENDELL PHILLIPS, et al.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: MA.TOR R WENDELL PHILLIPS
and DALE PHILLIPS
616 u are Avenue. Apt. No. 666
Belleville, Illinois
YOU ARE MEREKY NOTIFIED that
a suit has been brought against you b>
MIDWEST MORTGAGE COMPANY In
the above-entitled Court, to foreclose
a mortgage encumbering the f>
Ing described property, to-wlt:
Lot 2, BJ" 1- 25, SKi'i i.N'D ADDI-
TION To SIERRA MIRADA, ac-
cording to the plat thereof, re-
corded In Pa' Rook ..4. at pa-
nt the public records of Dade
County Florid i
and you are required to fi!-- your
answer with the Clerk of the c
Court of Dude County, Florida, at the
.Courthouse in Miami Florida, on or
before September 12, 196 and I i
serve a copy of such answer upon
DAVID P CAT8MAN, Plaintiff- it-
torney, whose address la utb Floor
at 101 East Flagler Street, Mi.mi 32
Florida, on or before s.iii date, as
required bj the Laws of Florida
If you fail to lo so, the complain!
will he taken as confessed by you and
a D.cree pro Confesso will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
iu the complaint.
DATKD this 9th day of August.
1961.
i: B LEATHERMAN
Clerk Of the Circuit Court
Dade 'ounty. Florida
(seal) B> E. II. I.ANUAY.
Deputi Clerk
DAVID P. CATHMAN
llth Floor at 101 F: Flagler St.
Miami :'.., Florida
8/11-18-2.-.. 9/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR D*DE COUNTY,
FLORIDA l\ OR0B4TE
No 534I3-A
IN RE: Estate of
CHRISTINE ELENi 'RA H !NS iN
I let'
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To All i 'redltors i Hav-
ing i'laiins ..i Deman \i .- I
Estate:
You .ire hereby nottfii quir-
ed to present in) cl iln s tnd d -
mands which fou maj have against
the estate ol CHRISTINE BLENORA
HENSON deceased late if Da.le Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judge- if
I ide < 'ountj. and file the ime in
offices In the i' luntj i !ourl
house In Dude County. Florida, w i
elghl calendar months from the date
Of the first publl ItlOl hereof, or the
- niie will be barred.
K \RL HOLDER. \ I" --it .r
bj Herman T. Isls, hi- attorney
H. T. ISIS
CAIN i ISIS. Attorn I
1830 W Flagler Street
Miami II, Florida
- M,9/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EXPRESSWAY FURNITURE AND
SALVAGE al 3900 N W. tnd Ave.,
Miami Intends to register said namo
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
WILLIAM CURRAN
8/11-18-26, 9/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No 61C 852'
EDWARD CHRISTI A S
Plaintiff.
vs.
LENA ORTIZ CHRISTIAN,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO! LENA ORTIZ CHRISTIAN
.^4 I ni m Avei
Bronx, Ne York
You LENA oRllZ 1HRISTIAN ire
hi eb> no) II led thai i Bill of C im -
plaint for- Div...... has bei I
agalnsi you, and ire r quired to
serve a copj of yo :r Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of i mpl ilnl on
the plaintiff's Attorney, SAM BL
ESQ., 20 s f: i-i Avenue, Muni,
Florida and file I
or Pleading In the ifflce of the Clerk
of the circuit Ci n '' bel ire th
13th day of September, l 161 II I i
fall ti. do so. judgment by default < > i
be taken agalnsi you for the relief
demanded m the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published ince
each \eek for tour a 11
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at M
Florida, this Sth day if August, A.D.
1961.
E. B. LEATHERMAN Ierk,
Circuit i lourt, I lade 'oui --ida
(seal) B) HELEN KBSSLER,
Dep II 'lerk.
SAM BLOOM
:'n si:. 1st Avenue
Miami. Ila
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/11-18-2'.. 9/1
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by ISABEL GROVE
Blai i ii and Harry L nsky, found thej c<
and out of thei are now making
e in North Miami Beach Harry is an
(he famous Sarah Sid oom at thi
end vt ci mmute li Chii pei ki ids
! tering kindei
. Son,. Herbi rt, is Ihi >I?tro Re<
time for a fam celebration with Blanche's
harles Jacobson, >J Coral Gables, who
15th anniversary this week .
Sadii Heifetz, mother of Blanche and Ruth, expected
aleci in m a recent illness in our health-giving sun-

i at thi Dr Sheppard S (Marcelle) Povlins
,. ,.- \.y to celebrate the 50ih wedding anniversary
, Mi and Mrs. Samuel J. Cahn, 2814 Collins ave.
f< licaiions will he ihe resl oi their family Son
i .,. h ahn, of Metropolitan Synagogue his wife and ilieir
, ctor *h< wi:! be observing his Bar Mitzvah around ihe
. ra Cahn, assistant district attorney, his wife
thrc-i youngsters, Neil. Jeffrey and Lawrence Son
rhed to the former Steffenie Mahler, of New Hochelle .
. la Louise and husband. Marvin Sherman And
son Steven Jay Sherman Dr. Povlin is chief of the
\ rrans Hospital in Peeksville, N.Y. The two Povlin children
, n grandchildren in all for the senior Cahns, who have
i D Miami Beach lor three year?.
-* "
With a special invitation in his pocket from the Israeli gov-
i put to design home furnishings lor them. Henry and Jessie
Bud and their daughter Lindsay, 9. left Monday lor an extensive
Irij abroad Fir-: stop will be Bermuda to look over interiors
designed by Henry lor the new Carlton Beach hotel there .
rhen several days in London, a stop in Rome, and Israel by thu
middli Oi Siptembei This will be a return visit for End he
: pi nl four years there as a member of the RAF during World
War ll .
Near the end of a six-week. 10.000-mile motor trip are Dr.
I. Leon Shalloway, wife. Bette. and their three sons David. Les-
ler and Alan Trip west covered all the sightseeing spots in-
eluding Carlsbad Caverns, Petrified Forest. Painted Desert.
Metei 'later. Grand Canyon. Hoover Dam. Calico ta ghost town'.
Disneyland Sequoia. Yosemite and Yellowstone National Parks
Activities extended to swimming in the Great Salt Lake in
visiting friends in Denver, gaming in Las Vegas and a dip
down to Juarez. Mexico But it won't be long be-fore the Shalio-
ways will all be home at 18801 NE 21st ave.. Sky Lake.
- Jane Leeds ehose a really unique way to celebrate her birth-
day this Vugusl an authentic geisha party in Tokyo ... Is
I ging back some "terrific pictures'" of herself and husband.
I harles, in traditional kimonas. surrounded by geisha girls .
They have already visited the Hawaiian Islands, which they found
"fabulous," and are very excited about a tour of Japan which will
il i ide Taipei (capital of Free China). Manilla and Hong Kong .
More descriptive adjectives, these from Roz and Whitey Kir-h
berg .vt.o :ir.d Mexico beautiful" and Acapulco "enchanting."
- -
lor who will be returning soon to New- York is Susan Dub-
lei who las been spending the summer with her grandparents,
is Dublers, owni rs of the Raleigh hotel .
visitor '.:; 'alifornia. 18-\car-o!d (,v.y Jnhn-cr
whs :> days last week with Ins grandparents, Mr and
v- nl 1 30 Drexel ave. ii. has jusl i nlisted
1 forces is about to leave for overseas,
*
v is it lo Europe are Dr, and Mrs. Get
n, 1177 SE Olsl tex Miami Shore: Thi
" ., i. Vienna, Roi le and Ma irid ,
. Miami psychiatrist .
;; li h .. mi nth to spend in iropi are Mian
"'.'.> thi Bayfronl Manor apts. Left a few
u fir New Yoi preparation for the trip which will be
gists .
. Stanley C, 'Martha. Myers are spending their
"' Hendersonville, N.C....
Miami vacationers: the Stanley Scherers, of So. Miami
< -.i is, in New York: Mr. and Mrs. George lei/oit. of Homestead,
in Connecticut .
i versing the process, from New York. Mr. and Mrs. Max L.
Wolfe, motored down to visit daughter and son-in-law, Judy and
;'. Burger, and their two youngsters in So. Miami Heights .
Il 0 made a step in Maryland with another daughter.
-
Anne Skulnick, the "Ace" of Hilda's Ace Beauty Salon on
Arthur Godfrey rd., would be immensely cheered, while she's in
Mt. Sir.a: Hospital, by greetings from her many friends .
Joe Durant, of the State Attorneys office, host to Payne Wil-
liams, 111, at the Candlelight Inn in Coconut Grove Saturday night
Williams is a television producer with NBC in Columbia. S.C.
-m HI
Al the new Summit hotel in New York are Mr. and Mrs.
George (Martha) Schwartz They are visiting relatives and
friends prior to a fall trip to Brazil with Fodders dealers .
Vice Mayor and Mrs Malvin (Sophia) Englander, of Miami
Beach due back tins weekend from Seattle, where he represented
the -!; at the American Municipal Assn. confab .
Mr. and Mrs Herbert (Mildred) Bernstein have returned from
a vacation trip to New York and Washington. D C,
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UJorfJ
iJewiislti Floridian
Micmi, Florida, Friday, September 1, 1961
Section B
A former Miss Universe, Mrs. G. David Schine
(second from right), is the first Cedars of Leb-
anon Auxiliary member to enroll as an in-
service volunteer. She is shown modeling
the turquoise uniform of the Cedars Volunteer
Legion, as she signs the roster. Commend-
ing the prominent socialite are (left to right'1
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, chairman of ths
Oct. 5 Cedcrs' Open House; Mrs. Nathaniel
Levin, Auxiliary president; and Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers, chciiman of the forthcoming Golden
Gift of Gucidicnship Luncheon.
in-Service Training Sessions for Cedars
Volunteers Being Stepped-Up Here
MORE PUDGtS TOID PACt 3B
With a tentative opening dale
Jor Cedars of Lebanon Hospital set
(or November. 1961, ihe in-service
training sessions lor Auxiliary vol-
unteers are being stepped up. ac-
c-( rding to an announcement macie
this week by Mrs Nathaniel M. Le-
vin. Auxiliary president.
"Our target date is Nov. 1. We
hope to have a minimum of 100
fully-trained volunteers ready by
that time." she said.
A troup of trainees preparing lor
work in the Gift Shop underwent
;: intensive session last week at
the home of Mrs. Robert Werner
\ ith hospital administrator San-
ford K. Bornstein as instructor.
Mrs Morris Blau heads the Gift
Shop volunteers.
Emphasis in the training courses
- being placed upon a three-pom;
pi ndn idual service: u )
. (.(ep and sinceri desire lo work
; -. oluntei r; l 2 willingness to
serve a specified number oi hours
and days; (3) willingness to under-
g pro
:,. j level : those skills which
can be of use in helping the hi i
la) patient.
Mrs. Levin .said this week that
every member of the Women's
Auxiliary has been invited to par
tin pale in the program.
"Women are needed to do the
many little things to make a pa-
t (nt's stay eomlortable and to
speed Ml recovery." she said.
Among the varied duties of volun-
teers are such activities a-, es-
corting newly admitted patients,
sorting and delivering mail and
flowers, working in the aim acquainting the new patient
with us room
They will also receive Ira
, mi nm r in which nursi a
called, and in proper operatioi
,i justment of roam air-condit ..
i ms
"All i nti i will he given an
. mr I invi l\ g the
i: s services at
. s a tral i program :> !>''
rize thi I > specific i
E- Levin inaica
louthgate Moonlight Cruise
Southgate group oi Hadassah will
sponsor a mconiight cruise on Sat-
urday, 8 p.m.. on the Dream Boat,
which will dock a; Southgate Tow-
ers Pier No. 1. There will be danc-
ing and entertainment. Reserva-
tions may be made with Mrs. Jack
Homelsky, who is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Sisterhood Will
Meet New Rabbi
First Dado Heights Jewish Con-
(,;::, sisterhood mooting of
the fall season will serve to intro-
duce Rabbi Harold Richtei ::i Sis-
terhood members. Mr-. Emanuel
Mandel will deliver thi- invocation.
"he event, Wednesday at 8 p.m.,
c i. de a skit, "Trial by Jew-
ry," undei the directii of Mrs
Ailli r, past presti i nl oi Sis-
Li tod
'rogram will be res< nted lo
thi cr.1.....: gregatii n Monday
pvi in| ; I
Organization Presidents to Get Speciel
Preview Tour of Cedars Hospital Sept. 7
Miami's newest hospital that was
"CUStom-built" lor patient care and
comfort will offer a sneak preview
to community leaders on Thursday,
Sept. 7.
Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin, presi-
dent of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
Auxiliary, said that some 225 wom-
en presidents of Dade's top organi-
zations will be on hand to tour the
282-bed non-sectarian hospital, and
hear talks by stall physicians.
Chairman of the Presidents"
Preview" la Mrs. Sydney L. Wein-
traub who. logother with co-chair-
man Mrs. Ted Lot term an and Mrs
fUberl Pick, will officiate as chair-
men of the first public Open House
ceremonies on Oct. 5.
"Those dub presidents represent
thousands of civic-minded women
of our community who are intei sr
ly interested in Miami's popula-
tion growth, the desperate need for
hospital beds, and the most ad-
vanced methods of patient care and
research." said Mrs. Levin.
"They have been selected by
Cedars officials as the first to get
a glimpse of our progress in pro-
viding this city with a remarkable
hospital which was planned and
designed with just one paramount
thought in mind: to offer the most
up-to-date facilities available and
provide the ultimate in patient com-
fort and care."
The women leaders will be re-
quested to act as official liaison
for the participation of her 01
zation lr. the city-wide Open House
r.ex: r.<>r.;h.
Follow rig Ihi bihmd-thc-M-
J WVA Leader
hi Kew Post
1 ii recci nation! ntion
-;i W a Veterans
I iary electi ci Mrs. Ted
; gs 11 ; lialeah, to the office
1 : conduct!*)
Mrs. Lingston is a member of
Ihi Department of Florida Ladies'
ciliary.
The Florida Auxiliary was also
represented by Mrs. Max LeVine,
new president, and Mesdamcs Ob-
I c Rosenthal, Zelda Class. Joyce
Leif and Sidney Sohoen, Auxiliary
i e ii eats, and Mrs Hy Morris and
Mr. Leo Goodman, delegates.
tour, the presidents will be lunch-
eon guests oi the Cedars Auxiliary.
The program will be highlighted
hv a brief commentary conducted
hy specialists m the fields of sur-
gery, obstetrics, cardiology, pedia-
trics, pathology and orthopedics.
Participating in the Presidents'
Preview a ill ho Sanford K Bron-
Btein, bosj ital administrator, and
b number <>t local hetlth and wel-
!, r< fficials, as well as represen-
tative! '1 city and count) gov-
crnment agencies,


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Friday. September
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Eoth kirds are kosher and p-c
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f your holiday latkes. use lus-
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right amount of maple sugar j .-:
ught to please the "Yiddish tasm.
Get this kosher sweetness ir. a
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Everybody can afford the deli-
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Cheese Ravioli was created by a
master chef, and is most delicious.
It is most economical, too, and ycu '
tbould have your budget in mind
Just consider the ingredients for'
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cheese, small macaroni pies cover- |
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w.th mushrooms and cheese, and
seasoned just right by an Italian
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This dish is not only the- n *
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Bt you will eat it aga..
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Countless housewives have had
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Neither too coarse ror too fine.
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ma ol Yuban's new Instant Coffee, for washing off in koshering your
only one word seemed to express meats. It goes without saying that
the joy it gives. And that word is Diamond Crystal is kosher for the
"wmcha." Yuban is the "simcha" holidays, as it is all year round,
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moves dirt and crease spout*.
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In locking for a way to describe
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This, of course, suggests the ideal
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There is simply no doubt about
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For table use. get Diamond Crys-
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For the holidays, make sure you
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Mc-tt's AM contains five "good
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breakfast drink. Mott's PM is
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Ar.cther famous item is Sunsweet
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juice withcul any sugar added
also Melt's Apple Juice, a long
time favcritt in Jewish homes.
And if ycu want a new delight-
ful taste treat, try Mott's Apple
Cranberry Sauce, made of ripe.
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Also try Mott's Apple Raspberry
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It is rot surprising that tht,
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the above products arc kosher and
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If you have babies, help them to
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like the best flavored wines and yearsget the best.
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Ycu can also get regular ground
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Page 3-B
More Pledges Told at Cedars
/.t a recent Chamber of Commerce conference in Washing-
;\C., are (left to right) Mrs. Rheo Cashman Gladwin. dele-
trom the Chamber of Commerce of Surfside, Bal Harbour
and Bay Harbor Islands; Rep. Paul Rogers; Mrs. Olive Munch,
":ary of the Southeast region of the Women's Divisions
: Chambers of Commerce; and U.S. Sen. George Smothers.
Gladwin and Mrs. Munch are leavina soon to attend a
convention of women in Chamber of Commerce work sched-
;or Savannah, Ga.
by Auxiliary mem
the totals over the
Practical Nurses 'Capped1 at Sinai
id Heatter was guest spcak-
. the graduation of the Septem-
196] class of !he ML Sinai Hos-
Scnool of Practical Nursing:
i ) Wednesday evening in Wolfson
/ dilorium.
Heatter, known for his many
years of radio and television com-!
mniary, discussed "The Role ofj
t h e Practical Nurse in Today's
World."
The ceremonies mark the 10th an-:
tiivt rsary of the school which, with
the graduation of the 39 students/
school has trained some 250
i radical mines. The one-year pro-i
i of instruction and nursing
i : i rience is the only course in
Florida accredited by the National
Assn. for Practical Nurse Educa-
and Service, as well as the.
Board of Nursing, and the
1 i i rans' Administration
30 l guests, family, friends
lumni ..- present for the
nine-, which were conducted
t> Mrs. Philip Lefkowi'z. former
Auxiliary president, and
i by .i Gerald Lewis, presl
i he hospital.
pai licipating v ere Samuel
( xpeutive director, Mrs.
A. Herbert Mathes. president. :
Women's Auxiliary, and Dr. Milton j
Jacobson. new president of the
me.iical staff, who presented:
awards. Diplomas were awarded
by Mrs. Carmen F. Ross, directori
of nursing and nursing education, |
and Mrs. Roberta Holloway, assist-
ant director of nursing education.
Judea Women
To Open Season
"Getting to Know You" will be
the theme of the first fall meeting
of Temple Judea Sisterhood on
Wednesday evening at the Temple.
President Mrs. A. David Gold
berg will introduce Mrs. Mordccai
Podet. wife of the Temple's new
rabbi, as well as old and new
membf rs of Sisterhood.
Procram chairman is Mrs. Al-
fred Reich, a past president Hos-
pitality an tees include Mcsiian.es My Lipson,
Abraham Stein. Joseph Milton.
Joseph rman and Norman Kut-
ncr.
Two new Life Guardians and five
Cedars of Lebanon Godmnthpr'.s
wcre enrolled last week in a grow-
ing surge of support lor the area's
newest non-sectarian hospital, it
was disclosed by Mrs. Nathaniel
Levin, Auxiliary president.
Those who pledged $1,000 or more
to endow bassinets as Godmothers
were Mrs. Sadie Pagan, Mrs. Mau-
rice G. Fur man, Mrs. Sidney Lang-
|er, Mrs. Ethel Schonield and Mrs.
i Philip War-haw.
Their names will be inscribed on
. bronze plaques for perpetuity in
I the Maternity Wing, it was an-
; nounced by Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro,
j chairman of the Women's Division
; development fund.
New Life Guardians are Mrs.
! Sydney L. Weintraub and Mrs. Ed-
; win B. Oppenheim. with gifts of
! $300 each. Names of all Life Guard-
ians will be permanently engraved
in Cedars' unique bronze Book of
Healing which is mounted upon a
pedestal ot Italian marble, and will
be displayed prominently in the
hospital.
Other gifts
!-,crs brought
$10,000 mark.
Some 73 Life Guardians arid God-
mothers, meeting last Wednesday
| at the home of Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, heard Mr. Myers, chair-
man of the Cedars board, outline
a ^epped-up program of lund-rais-
ing activity among women, which
would ultimately result in suffi-
cient contributions to endow the
Maternity Wing of the hospital m
the name of the Women's Auxiliary.
According to Myers, the Golden
Gift of Guardianship Luncheon,
scheduled by the Auxiliary on Nov.
10 at the Fontainebleau hotel will
climax the women's division events,
and bring a substantial boost to the
development fund. Chairman of
the function, which will feature a
special testimonial to Godmothers
and Guardians, is Mrs. Myers. Mrs.
Sapiro is honorary chairman.
Meanwhile, announcement was
also made this week of still another
endowment at Cedars. One of the
unique electronic facilities to be
found in the nursery is a highly
sensitive microphone speaker ap-
paratus installed above the glass
enclosure to permit visiting fathers
to hear the cry of the newborn
babies on the other side of the
glass Mrs. Samuel Spector en-
dowed the "Baby Speaker."
The Presidents' Preview on Sept.
7 and the Open House on Oct. 5
will include tours of the hospital,
with members of the auxiliary as
hostesses. Mrs. Harry Gordon was
Officially designated tour director
for both functions.
Dates of additional parties will
be announced shortly. Hostesses
will be the Mesdamcs Maurice Fur-
man, Herbert Gelerntcr. Norman
Gladsden, Harry Gordon. Peritz
Scheinbcrg and William Wagner.
Program of the planning party
at the Myers home was highlight i
by the appearance of Broadway
actor Francis Bethcncourt. who
starred with Rex Harrison i
Anne of a Thousand Da>>," plaj d
a leading role in "Visit :c a Small
Planet," .'.rid recently performed
at Coconut Grove Playhouse with
Mae West in "Sextet."
Eikur Cholim Board Meeting
Board of <: rectors of tbf Bikur
j Cholim (i thi Israelite Centei w
meet next Wednesday, l p.m
the Center, 8198 SW 24th ti i Fil
.regular meeting of the season w II
1 Sept 13, also at U ( Center,
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Musical Program
Precedes Service
A musical program featuring
strings will be heard at Beth Da-
vid Sisterhood's annual reception
preceding Selichol services at Beth
David on Saturday evening, 10 p.m.
Refreshments will be served at
the social hour prior to the mid-
Bight service, which inaugurates
;he High Holy Day season.
Rabbi Norman Shapiro will offici-
ate at the service, assisted by Can-
tor William Lipson and the Beth
David Choir. Albert Sussman is
choir director.
Ten-Voice Choir
At Ner Tamid
A ten-voice professional choir has
been engaged by Temple Ner Ta-
mid
The choir will be conducted by
'< Joseph Schreibman for the High
i Holidays. Schreibman is known
for his rendition of liturgical music,
much of which he composes him-
! self
Cantor Samuel Gomberg. associ-
ated with Temple Ner Tamid for
the pas; live years, will sing the
musical portions of the liturgy dur-
ing the High Holidays
National Foundation Moves
The National Foundation, Dade
County chapter, March of Dime-.
is occupying new offices at 1312
Coral Way. Mothers' March volun-
teer headquarters arc located in
the same building.
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Friday, September 1, 195.1

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Hadassah Urges U.S. Seek Refugee Resettlement
DENVER(JTA)Hadassah. the American Women's Zionist or-
ganization, concluding its 7th national convention here, called upon
the United States Government to recommend resettlement of the Arab
refugees in the Arab countries when the Palestine Arab question is
raised in the United Nations General Assembly at its next session.
A convention resolution stressed ,-----------------------------------------------
tba\ such resettlement "is the only citizens on ground of their religion,
realistic solution to the Arab ref-
ugee problem."
Another resolution called on
ire United States "vigorously to
pursue" a five-point program to
bring stability and peace to the
The convention unanimously ap-
prove! a statement supporting
measures proposed by the Ken
nedy Administration for foreign
aid. establishment of a United
States disarmament agency and
Middle East. The resolution .suspension of nuclear testing with
international inspection
monitoring system.
and
(tressed that this was essential
to American security and to the
defense of freedom.
The five-point program called en
the United States:
To oppose any aggression in
that area:
To take effective measures to
insure that there be no arms im-
balance in the Middle East;
To intensify United States ef-
forts to ensure that the Suez Canal
h open to the shipping of all na-
tions without discrimination;
To emphasize to the Arab na-
tions that the United States will
not tolerate discrimination against
American firms engaged in busi-
nesi with Israel, as a byproduct
of their policy of economic boycott
and blockade against Israel: and
To take effective measures to Siegfried Kramarsky. of New York,
insure that no nation receiving as national president of Hadassah
American economic aid will en-,for a second one-year term. The
gage in boycott, blockade or other delegates also adopted a budget of
forms of economic warfare against S9.888.500 for its 1961-62 programs
other nations also receiving United in Israel and the United States. 01
States aid. or against American this total, $8,340,000 was earmark-
So. Shore Club Presses for Clinic
On the domestic front, Hadas-
sah called on Congress to re-
consider school aid legislation
and make available funds re-
quired "to provide public school-
ing of a quality necessary to
meet the educational aims of a
great democracy." The resolu-
tion, carried by the 1,500 dele-
gates to the parley, stressed that
legislation to make needed funds
available to the public schools
"should be considered solely on
its own merits and should not be
tied to any other educational is-
sue, such as the needs of paro-
chial or private schools, which
must be considered on their own
merits."
The convention reelected Mrs.
ed for Hadassah's operations in Is-
1 rael. The quotas set for Hadas-
sah's projects in Israel were S3.-
740.000 for the Hadassah Medical
Organization; $2,300,000 for Youth
Aliyah; $1,000,000 for continued
construction of the Hadassah-He-
j brew University Medical Center in
I Israel: S700.000 for the Jew ish Na-
tional Fund: and S600.000 for Ha-
jdassah's vocational education pro-
gram in Israel.
Avranam Harman. Israel Am-
j bassador to the United States, who
addressed the convention, chal-
lenged the sincerity of the Arab
states whose leaders make "fine
speeches about peace in every part
of the world" as they engage "in
their own area in continuously
raising the level of armaments."
He reaffirmed Israels desire for
peace with its Arab neighbors and
throughout the world.
"People normally talk of an
Arab-Israel conflict as though this
were a mutual conflict." Ambas-
sador Harman said. "It isn't. No ,
one in Israel seeks the destruction
Or elimination of the Arab states. !
Israel is not anti-Arab. There are.
unfortunately, countries in the'
Middle East whose leaders make
fine speeches about peace in every
part of the world, but who recoil in
horror from the very thought of
peace with Israel.
"These same countries will no
doubt go before the United Na-
tions to plead for world disarm-
ament while engaged in their
own area in continuously raising
the level of armaments. Israel
does not share these views. Its
mind and heart are open for
peace. We do not agree that
while peace is a noble vision for
i the whole world it is a dirty word
in the Middle East. We believe
that peace is a vital need for all
the countries of the Middle East,
for the Arab states and Israel
alike."
Mrs. Rose Halperin. member of
the Jewish Agency Executive and
former president of Hadassah.
made a plea to the convention for
an intensified Hebrew education
program. She told the delegates
that "we will fail in our commit-
ments to our youth if we fail to
make available to them the facil-
ities for understanding the heritage
which we demand they safeguard."
She stressed that "the highest
level of excellence is required in
every education venture. Nothing
less will do. Jewish educational
institutions should set as their ob-
jective to give Jewish youth the
best possible Jewish education.
This means more than a knowl-
edge of Hebrew. It means, too. a
knowledge and understanding of
Jewish history and the universal
values which made it possible fur
the Jewish people to survive for
four thousand years, despite perse- '<
cution. oppression and wholesale
slaughter."
Mrs. Herman Schulman, former
national president of Hadassah and
now national chairman of Hadas- '
sah's Zionist affairs committee.
told, the convention that "in a
I last few years there has ^
jmuch self criticism within u*
Zionist movement." She said: '
"There has been an awarctq,,
that changes are needed. s have already been introduced .
more are bound to come. I ,;',;.
now not only of structural frair.t
work, but also from the point a
.view of program and content."
Dr. Kaljnan. JLJJann. directoB
general cf the Hadassah Medical
Organization in Israel, told the con
I vent ion that the Hadassah Medical
I Organization and the Hebrew Uni.
, versit.v-Hadassah Medical School
j shortly will initiate full toursc? ;n
; medicine for students from Asian
and African countries to enable
them to cope with health problems
in the newly emerging states.
Lcuis Shafkin. president of the
South Shore Citizens Club, has an-
nounced a meeting, open to the
pi ic, on Tuesday night at the
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Beach City Council to open a med-
ic:! clinic for the aged and the
needy in the South Beach area.
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual lead- j
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speaker of the evening. All mem !
bers of the City Council have been \
invited to attend.
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Israeli Pianist To Perform Here


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Enthusiasts of the Community! The six concerts for the co>-
Concert Assn. are being notified ieaSon include such major a
that David Bar-Illian. 26-year-o: I ._ fop muslc.lover. [n.
l.-raeh p:ani.-t. hailed as the "music ,. '
find of the century." will come to aianaPlls Symphony conducted by days. A ImissionS to single i >rta
Miami Beach following a European I^<->r Solomon, the Detroit Sym- I be accepted, he sa
tour and perform here wr.h the D'' y. Chicago. Opera Ba. I I the cone be held at
pianist Leonard Pennano. anj vio
Joseph Silverstein.
Spokesman for the Community
-. Herman A. Binder,
: that subscriptions to the
series will probably close within 36
*.
rectoj
ledical
'e cod
'edical
Uni.
School
ses in
Asian
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If : touches to round out the coming season of the Commun-
ity Concert Assn. are given at a special meeting between
Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka, Mrs. Irvin Greene, mem-
:p chairman, and Herman A. Binder, senior vice pres-
d nl of the Community Concert Assn. Mayor Oka is the
group's president. An important addition will be the first-
- i performance in the south of the brilliant young Israeli
mist, David Bar-Illian. He will appear with the Detroit
S -r.phony Orchestra.
larration Due
I Beth Am
fashions to be Shown
Fashions by Nat Allen, of Holly-
wood, will be shown at Temple
On Saturday, at 11:30 p.m. Tern Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood's paid
p'e Beth Am will present a dramat- up membership social Wednesday
c narration on the theme if for- evening. Refreshments will be
mess directed by Mr<. [rving served.
issisted by her husband, Irv-j ------------------
|i VV>If.
Pirticipating are Dr. Bernard
rstein, Barton Udell, Sanford
r'i.ice and Irving Wolf
r play will be followed by a
n Inight Selichot service conduct-
i y Rabbi Herbert Baumgard.
Cantor Charles Kadner and
mple choir directed by Mrs.
i >rt Baumgard.
service will be performed
Sinai Auxiliary
Opens Season
Opening board -meeting for the
year 1961-62 of the Women's Auxili-
ary of Mt. Sinai Hospital will be
held Friday. Sept. 8. 10:30 a.m., in
Louis Wolfson Auditorium.
Highlight of the morning will be
the capping of a corps of 26 Pink
Ladies, members of the Auxiliary
). andlelight. without tle use of who havc earned the tltle o{ Vol.
prayer books, and was wrt'ten by
Rabb: Baumgard.
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The capping will be performed
by Mrs. Carmen F. Ross, director
of nursing and education at Mt.
Sinai Hospital.
Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, serving
as president of the Auxiliary for
a second term, will conduct the
business portion of the meeting.
troit Symphony Orchestra
News of trie unexpected local
presentation of the brilliant young
Israeli pianist led Mayor Kenneth
Oka. president of the Community
Concert Assn.. to make time for a
special meeting with concert offi-
cials to help launch the program
Mayor Oka left almost immedi-
ately to fly to trie Scandinavian
countries where, with leading
businessmen, he will promote in- i
terest in American tourism and
culture. With him, he took for
personal distribution dozens o'
the Community Concert Assn.
programs.
Cancer Institute
Given $10,000
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Wom-
en's Auxiliary, has given a gift of
SlO.ooo to the Cancer Institute of
Miami.
Present at the gift-giving cere
mony were Dr. Ralph Jacks, chair-
man of the medical committee;
Leo Ackerman. president; Leonard
Egert. pa-t president; and Herman
Binder, chairman of the education
committee.
Also present at the ceremonies
>n Aug 24 were Mrs. Milton Smith
and Mrs. Henry Gewitz. past presi-
dent of the Institute's women's
chapter of Miami Shores.
Meanwhile, the Cancer Institute
hoard of directors has voted to
change the name of the organiza-
tion to the Papanicolaou Cancer
Research Institute at Miami.
The new name honors Dr. George
N. Papanicolaou. recently-appoint-
ed director, who came here from
Cornell University. Dr. Papani-
colaou is world renowned for the
development of the "Pap" test, a
smear designed to determine the
presence of internal cancer in
women.
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Bebe Idelson Club Meeting
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Sept. 7, 1 p.m., in the Washington
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Swim Lunch Party
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68th ter. Chairmen were Mes-
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Friday. September 1,
We
the
Women
ntan
Y.CMAN OF THE WEEK
'. -.-.- ..- .| I I i I. > 2' -
7 n- ,.-.-. whose s >w has
i and that ihe arranges
Ell
ago A.. -1 active '.-..- Ha j issafc [a
t a form a! :-;.- dance I
rr Alyce went to gradua study medica
Slu stcr tor _.--.-.
" w :
; bo ire an integral part of the .-..; Active in PTA becatu
laug er Sandra Uj raj prat lent .: the Miami
ool PTA. Sri-- ia itilJ active ..- Temple Beth Shol sternood
'. *hi< ihe was president and '-. .- baa :'. finished her teats. year
-.; r an o: the Tei boo kid
Dusing World War II. Alyce vai lecretarj to the chief air raid
warden Beach. Today she works in
the Ml Sic a Gift Shop, ano prair
former n '.. bei g on j sen conn
(or pati -.- 1 r
Bryna Williams,
Stephen Kneapler
Exchange Vows
Carrying her mother1! prayer
and using the (redding ring
which belonged to her mother,
Bryna Williams and Stephen Jef-
frey Kneapler were joined in wed-
lock OB Saturday. Al.*. 26, at th<-
Diipont Plaza hotel. Rabbi Joseph
R. Naro: performed the 7:30 p.m
A3- followed by
i receptioa and linner w the Sky
: --
Bride :- the -r of
lii and Mn Xai '_ Williams, of
".- Sad tet Sir Matuc :>;and.
.-
Florida ud Mj
tdkt the
3o*es izz ?.-> taraaer.
*ilka- chose if! ..-; -: D
: satin rah i
kf sleeves i tall
MMJthei e skin and
ram The
ias attached u a -r._
mng
tred ith ..-...- and
stephanotu
Attending the bride raj S i
Beidner. maul : Ro-
berta Meiberger and Janet B tea
bridesma:
The groom s parent- are Mr and
Mrs. William Kneapler. of 345
bella. Coral Gables. Educated a|
In | ess firm of Krel Alyce is the
and the "Kr" stands for Inez Krensky
Ever c of the firm's income goes for University of Miami, be is pres-
sntly employed is an accountant
Serving h:> brother a? best man
a a- David Kneapler. Jerry Asko-
wtz. Ronald Askow.tz. Stanley
Cettis. Allen Halpern. Larrv
Parnes, Ross Sandier, and Herbert
William- were usher-.
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MRS. N. ALLAN STEINMAN
cnar
would rather bake than cook, and ad-
mits ) notoriously bad cook and
an excellent .-jaker Leon is the chef in the
Ell I | '.
" of traveling mostly to
Chicago to visit Sandra, now Mrs. Joel Daikin.
and their two adorable grandsons. On their
honeymoon thirt) years ago. they .lent to
I now, thirty years later, they have
just back from a recent trip Alyce
JUfCf couldn't believe it was the same Jerusalem.
Their itinerary abroad also included Greece
and. of course, a quick trip to the Windy City to see
well with the Dalldns It was
* *
AN INTERESTING GUEST
Herman and Faye Rubin are showing the town to Fave's cousin.
( .eon Shadit, a sabra Gideoa graduated from the Haifa Technion
erved in the Israel Army. He is now in the U.S.. studying agn-
' airaJ engineering at the University of Minnesota. He had a beauti-
fu mous'ache when he arrived, but has since shaved it off.
Israelis, he reports, eat ice cream mainly in the summer. In
inesota, with snow on the ground, he found Americans, braving the
nter, eating ice cream. It was strange but a habit he has not
fo nO hard to get used to.

SCMEBCOY IS HAPPY
Dr and Mrs. Philip Weinstein are going to be able to act like the
d ting grandparent, they are because their son and his family have
ved ia Miami. Dr. Philip Weinstein. jr. is taking his last vear of
cialty training in internal medicine at the VA Hosptal. Dorothy
' he was Dorothy Oshlag, said that she had just heard her mother,
et, a,s off on a jaunt through Ireland with her husband. Dr. Hv
l- oer Certainly, neither one needs to kiss the blarney stone. Thev'il
b< atte.id.ng a medical meeting in Dublin.
* *
phone bills are high
Harry and Anna Magid have taken to carrying magazine., under
th< :r arm-. House and Garden being one of many.
H seems that the Home Interphone advertisement depicts the
home of their daughter, Mrs. Gerald fJanicei Ghertner. in Atlanta. Ga.
ii a two page spread showing Jan. her husband. Sue. Scott, and Andy
using phones. The house is charming, and its quite a compliment to
al! of th< m.
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PINK AND WHITE AND CUDDLY
Judy (Mrs. Arthur) Gilbert declares that the new arrival. Carolvn
Ro e. wo -Id really make a hit at a National Council of Jewish Women's
affair in one of her new fluffy pink outfits Her maternal grandmother,
of courv agrees doubly, since she (Mrs. Stanley C Myers) is a
national vice president of the organization.
*
MORE STAMPS
Henrietta Fine writes from Vienna that she bumped into Mr. and
Mrs. Lou Kosterich in Israel and a host of friends in Vienna
*
A PHONE CALL TO COPENHAGEN
One of the Miss Universe contestants. Yettie Nielson. who was
Misa Denmark, stayed for an extra week or so as the guest of Mr.
and Mrs Maurice Shein's daughter. Linda. Miss Denmark, who is a
secretary in Copenhagen, was quite excited about being in the content
evi a if she didn't win. She called her mother to get permission to stay
She and Linda had a ball. She .simply adored the hot weather. She
hopes to return in October with her mother. Something very dif
lerent might be happening at that lime involving a hotel, skis and snow
Top secret now.
N.
on
Bride Chooses
Peau de Soie
Sandra Lee Rubenstein and
Allan Steinman were married
Sunday. Ani. 27, at the Seville
hotel
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harry
' Rubenstein. 14765 N'E 10th ave..
North Miami, the bride is a grad-
uate of North Miami High School
and attended the Universities ot
Florida and Miami, and Brooklyn
College.
For her wedding, the new Mrs.
Steinman wore a floor-leng*h gown
of ivory silk peau de sole with re-
embroidered alencon lace featur- neckline of Venetian lace enhanced
ing a scalloped scoop neckline, with iridescent sequins and tiny
pointed long sleeves, and a bout- seed pearls The sleeves were
fant skin with lace appliques end- bracelet-leng-h with lace cuffs,
ing in a chapel-length train. Illu- and the aisle-wide skirt terminated
Miss Brenner
Weds Navy Man
Mexico is the honeymoon cesti-
. >n for Mr and Mrs. Lewis Har-
old Dorfman. The former Miss
Francis Elaine Brenner became
.he bride of Mr. Dorfman on Sun-
day. Aug 27. in a 6 o'clock cere-
mony a; Beth David Congregation
performed by Rabbi Norman Sha-
pkt) A reception and dinner lol-
iowed.
The br.de is thp daughter of Mr.
and Mr-. Robert R Brenner, of 427
Catalonia ave.. Coral Gables. She
i a graduate of Miami High School
and attended the University of
Mum.. Omega Delta Psi is her
sorority.
The new Mrs. Dorfman wore a
floor-length gown ot imported chan-
tally lace in a designers Princess
style, featuring a scalloped scoop
sion was held in place with a crys-
tal crown.
The groom i> the son of Mrs Ba-
ther Steinman, 7500 Dickens ave..
Miami Beach, and Leo Steinman.
1501 SW 1st st. He is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, attend-
in a chapel train. The boufiant
cloud of imported silk illusion fell
from a coronet of pearls and crys-
tal iridescent beads.
Attending the bride were Helen
Brenner and Mrs. Martin Jacob.-,
maid and matron of honor, and Gail
ed the University of Florida, and Aronowitz. Susan Bernstein. Nancy-
is presently a senior at the Univer- Schwartz and Sharee Zack. brides-
Wwner K.
MRS. tfWIS OOtfMAM
sity of Miami, majoring in account-
ing.
After a honeymoon trip through
the middle West to the Twin Cities.
the newlyweds will.reside at 13880
N'E 6th ave.. Miami.
Las Vegas Rites
For Siegels
Ellen Ann de Young, of Las
Vegas, Nov., and Arthur Clifford
Siegel. stationed with the Air
Force there, were married Sunday.
Aug 27. at Beth Sholom Temple in
Las Vegas.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Siegal. 15721 N'E 15th
ct.. North Miami Beach.
He is a graduate of North Miami
High School, attended the Univer-
sity of Florida, -and is a member
of Pi Lambda Phi.
His bride is a student at the Uni-
versity of Nevada Southern in Las
Vegas.
After a honeymoon in Haiti, the
maids. Marcy Sue Kronberg was
flower girl, and Ralph Michaels,
ring bearer.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Pauline Dorfman. of Bergen-
field. N J., and the late Irving j
Dorfman. He attended the Univer-
sity of Florida and graduated from
the University of Mexico. He holus
a commi-sion as lieutenant (j.g.)
in the US. Navy.
The young couple's new aadress
is 17841 SW 113th ave.
'Caught in Act'
Goes on Vacation
"Caught in the Act," the revue
which has kept the ca>t bUS) seven'
lays a week since January at the
Seville hotel, will clo-e tor vacation
'Sept 5.
Jack De Leon. Gene Allen and
Jerry Newby will -rest up"' by
heading for New York to appear on j
several television shows.
Jj i r t h da z
A son. Richard Lawrence, born;Marion Davidowilz. daughter
newlyweds will stop off in Miami Tprpv
Beach, where the Siegels will honor BeU^arce- wM.Ka b'u na^'
them With a reception and dinner ho|id Tnev Wl|, do ;
a. M.chel s restaurant on Sunday. ] ck;b dates a, vanous j^Jj j ;
~~---------- hotels.
Barbecue Swim Dona Ernie Held, musical director and
co-author of the show, will be work- I
Mi. r" for
an il
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Aug. 17, joins sisters Debbie, 7, j Mr. and Mrs. Abe
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dances and sketches alter the
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READERS with scnaol-age chil-
,:in are now in the midst of
gettuif their clothing ready for
schi : Each age group has its
,.,'>, dislikes and preferen-
ce- [his week, we spoke with
motNr- of yoang girlsbefore
Uu teen-age groupto see what
thej were looking for in the way
o! back-to-school dress.
Mrs Lawrence Kaplan is send-
ing b< r daughter, Bilii, 10, back
to >c..(.ol in the dresses she wore
the las; session. The weath-1
.' i- .:- warm DOW as it was last
and shj finds these most j
lical, F r la er in the sea-!
she likes dark plaids, and
no* separates. Cooler
ther tmds BilU's preference
to pleated wool plaid skirts!
won m:1i soUd sweaters over,
Another item in -her
wardrobe is th-.> car coat. While
Billi las her preterences, it's
mothej who i oes the shopping.
For af'er school play time, 'hoy
wear sneakers.
Mrs Nathan Friedman's daugh-
ter, Kathy, is 11 and in Junior
Hiph. The "uniform" is strictly
skirts and blouses he will not
hear of dresses. Everything is
tailored and worn with flatsand
no socks. Her skirts must be
solid color?, in so late shades
navy, dark red or green and
sheaths. Blouses must be ivy l
league, with roll-up sleeves, j
Kathy wears her hair In a pony i
tail, hanging down, and would be j
the firs: to wear Bermuda shorts
to school if she could
Mrs. Henry Caro found that
Judy, who"- l2Vi, outgrew every-
thing over the summer. While
Judy states her kites and dislikes,
it's mother who does the shop-
ping. Coordinates rate high on
her list of "likes." with color
choice this season being green,,
gold, brown and magenta. Skirts j
must be solid color and hip-1
switched, and blouses must bei
prints. Madras plaids are her |
choice for dresses. For the more
dressy occasion, she still likes the1
simple lines of the only a little
more elaborate fabrics.
Sr ; ping for daughters Laurie.
5. and Sally. 6 Is DO problem for
Mr- Robert Tanner. She finds a
witli selection available in these
uv gioups. For the first month
or tv%; ol school, the girls wear
cool eeveless cottons, moving
into the transitional dark cottons
and Ihen the skirts and sweaters.
Mrs; I.nner does not like fussy
d:es-is She occasionally buys
nivt Ky combinations like dresses
with matching handbags. Dress-
in her opinion, are easier to
iritaln than junipers and
bli.uso. Each of her girls gets
Me "frilly" dress each season.
Full sk.rts are preterred. and they
jrt v.orn with "blow-up" petti-
coats. Again, the practical con
-_id ration, when it comes to
Weaters they must be orlon.
LJEM lines are Mrs. Emanuel.
** Pushkin's biggest problem tor'
daughter Joame, aged 8. She's
sending her back in the same!
dothci >he wore last semester.;
but the hems must all be drop
ped. The dark plaids that she is!
buy in;; r.ow are all loo Jong, and
!ia\t tc be hemmed up. She has ;
decii>fd preference for deeper
flora, but they must feature
some white trim. She does not
like the sot: pastels on her
daughter, and when shopping, she
mikes certain that the dress she;
buya di es not become more prom-
ment than the child. For Debbie,
' ho \s 6. and just starting first
grade, it's drip dry dresses In,
simph -airored lines. Both girls
'l on1;, white socks and one
Pair .i sturdy shoes for school. I
Katz. Goodman
Live in Hollywood
Henrietta 1 Goodman became the
bride of Herbert Donald Katz on
Sunday. Aug. 27. a? the Algiers ho-
'el. Dr. Irving Lehrman officiated
at the 6:30 p.m. ceremony, which
was followed by a formal dinner.
For her wedding, the new Mrs.
Katz chose a formal, full-length
gown covered with seed pearls, and
carried a prayer book and white
roses. Her sister. Alberta Darlene
Goodman, was her maid of honor.
ind bridesmaids were the Misses
Bette Baron, Gail Goodman. Diane
Whyte, Laurie White, and Mes-
dames Joan Brandeis; Marcia
Green. Darlene Shane and Sandra
Weiss.
For her wedding, the bride chose
i lull-length chantilty tace gown
featuring recmbroiilcred lace with
my imported seed pearls. The
mil skirt ended in a chapel train
covered with roses of chantilly
lace.
Best man to the groom was Sher-
man Katz. and serving as ushers
were Elvin Kanter, Leonard Brown,
Paul Koenig. Marvin Green, Wil-
liam Brandeis, Richard Haft,
Thomas Brandeis. Melvin Green-
berg and Theodore Pincus.
Parents of the bride are Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Leonard Goodman,
;i(>81 Flamingo dr.. Miami Beach.
She attended Sullins College in
Bristol, Va.. and the University of
Miami. Her sorority is Delta Phi
Epsilon.
The groom is the son of Mrs. Wal-
ter Katz. of Glassport. Pa., and
Miami Beach, and the late Walter
Katz. He is an alumnus of Whar-
ton School of the University of
Pennsylvania and Harvard Law
School. He is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Pi, Beta Alpha Psi and the
Harvard Legal Aid Bureau and is
on the board of directors of Har-
vard Law School Alumni Assn. of
Florida.
He is a practicing attorney and
a certified public acountant. He is
Miss Feuer Now
Mrs. Gilckmon
The Louis Phillipe r>:m if the
Fontainebleau hotel was the site of
the marriage of T-ois Jacquiline
Feuer and Ronald D. Glickman on
Saturday evening. Aug. 26. Rabbi
Joseph Narot. of Temple Israel,
officiated at the 7 p.m. cerem ny,
which was followed by a reception
and formal dinner at the hotel.
The bride la the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Gus Feuer. 50 Hibiscus
'slanri. H*>r husband's parents are
Mr. and Mrs A L Glickman, of
Bay Harbor Islands.
The former Miss Feuer chose a
street-length gown in pale pink
pearls, with fitted bodice and a
balloon harem skirt. The delicate
pink matching illusion fell from a
heurtshape headpiece of lace and
pearls, and she carried a:i arrange-
ment of white orchids, lily af-the-
valley and stephanotis.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Rob-
ert Magoon. The bridegroom's
'brother. Richard Glickman, was
I his best man.
The new Mrs. Glickman is an
alumna of Miami Beach High and
the University of Miami Delta
Phi Epsilon is her sorority.
The groom received his degree
from the University of Pennsyl-
vania, and has stud*sd voice in
Eur^p? for the past three years.
After a honeymoon trip through
Europe, the young couple will live
in Zurich. Switzerland, where Mr
; Glickman will study with the Inter-
national Opera Co.
Ardtiiuro
MRS. RONALD D. GLICKMAN "^
Eisenbergs Tell
Leila's Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Eisenberg,
of +421 Sheridan ave., are announc-
ing the engagement of their daugh-
ter. Leila Judith, to Bernard B.
Shultz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Judah
b'hultz. of Brooklyn. N. Y.
The bride-elect attended Hillyer
I College in Connecticut, and the
University of Miami, where sho
majored in foreign languages.
The groom-to-be attended Brook-
lyn College, and is presently in
I business in New York City.
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to discuss problems of Jewish
youth on the program seen over
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Friday. September 1, 19G1
Miss Neuwirth
Now Mrs. Fertig
A double ring, earn cere-
mony united In marrl
Jacqueline Neuwirth an I Jack Mi-
chael Fertig on Sunday. Aug. 20,
a' he Algiers hotel. Rabbi N
N. Shapiro officiated at the 6:30
nuptial, winch was followed
reception and dinner at the hotel.
i her wedding, the bride c
peau de !>* wiUi -alencon 4oee
ip neckline and three-quarter
ii sleev< s, ;id
on the skirt wil
tral A ;'ii! I ix c ip
with alencon lace he) i the Fi -1 -
ill ton veil, and she cat
i Hrmati n Bible cove
ading hite orcl
oi tis.
Matron of honor to the n
Fertig i Mrs. Marsha
Iris Lipton was maid ol ionor.
ing a< flower ... Ellei
Si i Meu irth Delsie I.
ces Boi nfriend were brl les-
i lids.
Daughter oi Mr and Mrs. Phillip
A Neuwirth, 3420 Sheridan ive.,
the former Miss Neuwirth at)
the Universities of Alabama and
Miami.
Her husband is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Israel Fertig. of Oakland.
Calif., and he attended Oakland
City College.
Best man to the groom was Dr
Bernard Neuwirth. and Ronald
Lipton. Harold Barr. Robert Gold-
berg and Gary Fertig served as
ushers.
After a wedding trip to Jamaica,
the young couple will live in Oak-
land, where Mr. Fertig is associa-
ted with his father in business,
Full-Day Sessions
For Pre-School
Bern Torah pre-school will offer
a special two-day a week afternoon
tession for students attending the
nursery school during the coming
year. Mrs. Sidney Kay. preschool
supervisor, announced.
The program will be hell from
V- noon t.i I !> ni >:'. lav and
Thursday afternoons, and will In-
clude singing, dancing, crafts,
story-telling and outdoor play. Milk
and cookies will be supplied at
lunch time by the -
Thursday, Aug. 31, was to be
"Get-Acquainted Day" at the pre-
school. Parents were to be invited
to tour the fa and have the
children become familiar with
the school surroundings.
MKS. JEffOMf WEISSfffG
Werner Kahn
MKS. JACK FERTIG
Weisberg, Kagan
Exchange Vows
The Diplomat Country Club was
the site Of the wedding of Joyce j
Major Part of Epstein Output
Going to Jerusalem Museum
By Special Report
EDINBURGH. Scotland Lady
Epstein, widow of the great Eng-
lish sculptor, last week announced
he gift of over 200 original plaster
models by Sir Jacob Epstein to the
Jerusalem Museum of Art.
The gift was accepted by Billy
Lynn Kagan and Jerome Michael Rose- famous American impresario,
W< i-berg on Saturday. Aug. 26 Dr. who tame ,0 Edinburgh in his ca-
Irving Lehrman officiated at the l>acitv as chairman of the art com-
8 o'clock ceremony, which was lot- mit,ee of the Israel museum
lowed by a reception and dinner. Tne or>g>nal Epstein plasters.
Parents of the newlyweds are j from which, a11 of his bronzt' ^ulP- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Samuel Ka- u been cast, will be housed Jf JES^ 33
.,.. oi.m /_..; ui..j .._., ... __., I in a sneH.-il navilion tn hi wp1pH '"" "' lne M0I> ^U> ,ls e'"natea
"Esther." "Duke of Marlborough"
and "Maternity."
Among the portrait sculptures
are the busts of such world no-
tables as Sir Winston Churchill,
Joseph Conrad. Albert Einstein,
T. S. Eliot, Yehudi Menuhin, Pan-
dit Jawaharlal Nehru, Bertrand
Russell, Emperor Haiie Selassie,
George Bernard Shaw and Cnaim
Weizma nn.
"The new museum in Jerusa-
lem." said Mr. Rose, "is currently
under construction on a forty acre
gan. 8021 Crespi blvd., and Mr. and in a sPeciaI Pavilion to be erected
by the museum at a cost of $ 20.000.
Mrs. Irving Weisberg. 0f 8942 Byron
ave.
Peau de soie gown reembroid-
ered in seed pearls with scoop neck-
line, long sleeves and cathedral
train was the bride's choice for
her wedding. Her veil fell from a
crown of seed pearls. Her only at-
tendant was Mrs. Clifford Frank.
Best man to the bridegroom was
Clifford Frank. Gilbert Schrank.
Jeffrey Sherbakoff, Harry Rosen-
thai and Richard Berkowitz served
as ushers.
In addition to the collection of
original plasters. Lady Epstein
announced that she was giving
the Jerusalem Museum two other
works by Sir Jacob: a bronze
portrait of General Jan Christian
Smuts, former Prime Minister of
South Africa, and a large piece
of stone sculpture entitled "Ma-
ternity."
cost is in excess of $5,000,000, more
than half of which has already been
contributed. In a complex of 48
galleries, to be built of Jerusalem
stone and glass, Ihe new museum
will house the archaeological treas-
ures of the Middle East, and the
art of the Western world.
"A building of white marble, to
be known as the Shriae of the
Book, will be the repository Of the
Dead Sea Scrolls A nine-acre gar-
den, conceived by Isamu Noguchi,
the celebrated Japanese-American
Berrin Wil! Lead
Youth Groups
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. chairman
of the Greater Miami Zionist Yoi5
Commission, has announced that
Mervyn Berrin. former director of
the Southern Zionist Youth Com-
mission, of Atlanta, will assume the
directorship of the Miami Youth
Commission effective Sept. 10.
Berrin is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Alabama, and has done
graduate work at Boston Univer-
sity. He will direct the 17 Young
Judaea groups, consisting of ap-
proximately 700 Jewish youth tn
this area, and plans to organize
many new groups.
Young Judaea is sponsored by
Hadassah and the Zionist Organi-
zation of America.
Membership in Junior Young
Judaea is open to young people be-
tween the ages of 9 and 13. Senior
Young Judaea is for those 13 to 18.
More than 50 Miami youngsters
attended Camp Judaea in Hender-
sonville, N.C.. last summer, with
a capacity enrollment of 312 in this
first full summer season. Campers
came from all parts of the South-
eastern United States, as well as
from New York, Kentucky, and
Puerto Rico.
Lady Epstein, explaining the gift
f ..;_?. _ii k iT u j. l,,c vcicumieu japaiiese-.-\mencan
rasmnsx r&x.: zsltju?* s,r M ESS3S52 F
a. .k ,i- .t_ dnd marble sculptures that I gave
I nnHnn in Z, th ffc" to the museum ** vear. Another
V,hn n ?k H-ag! / t"" Pav,1,on wl" b* constructed for the
Tau" N MonT, rnV.2're ?rMfithC 30 0ri*inal Plasl*r* th* ^med
!l Jj^S l^ [kM0dern, American sculptor. Jacques Lip-
Aft W a wedding trip to Bermuda. 2**ISZ ?|Tfit **ff T^T^ 7Z
the young couple will live in New Dr. Fritz Novodny, of the Belve-! 1"T"0 Sme
York where Mr Wnishprj will at. rinro uii.<,m .r ik... ,...iij u; weeKS ae
Her husband is an alumnus of Mi
ami Beach High and the University
Of Miami. He is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Pi and Psi Chi, national
psychology honorary.
York where Mr. Weisberg will at-
tend Columbia Law School.
School Opening
At Beth Torah
dere Museum of Vienna, called him
"one of the greatest figures in the
history of sculpture."
The noted American critic. Dr
Alfred M. Frankfurter, editor of
Art News, in a telegram to Rose
said:
"Lady Epstein's gift is a mile-
stone in the cultural history of
Tuesday. Sept. 5, will mark the
beginning of studies for students
In the nursery and Hebrew school America and Britain, as well as
ol Beth Torah Congregation, Abra- Israel. Rarely before have great
ham J. Gittel.son, education direc- arti-ts left their entire studios to
tor. announced.
with a staff of 20 teachers, Beth
Torah niters a program Of educa-
tional activities in the .North Dade
area for children from 3 to 18.
Pre-school provides the setting
for physical religious, social and
psychological development :
area of music, arts and crafts,
stdry-telling, games, indoor and
outdoor play, complete readiness
one museum or even to one coun-
try.
"Henceforth the art of Epstein,
who as a wanderer from Amerua
Judea Appoints
Exec Director
Sidney Siegel, Miami fund-raising
and public relations executive, has
been appointed executive director
of Temple Judea in Coral Gables,
Ben Essen, president, announced
this week.
Siegel served until this month
BS Southeastern regional director
ol the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America. He is former as-
Orphanage Opens
Offices Here
Rabbi J. Bernstein, general sec-
retary of the Diskin Orphanage of
Jerusalem, announced this week
the opening of regional offices
throughout the United States.
The Miami office will be repre-
sented by Rabbi Abraham Wein-
schneider. who is volunteering his
services in behalf of the Institu-
tion.
The Diskin Orphanage is the old-
est Home for boys in Israel. Over
300 orphans, many born in concen-
tration camps, find haven, educa-
tion and trade training in the Home.
Rabbi Weinschneider is formerly
of Chicago and San Francisco. Cal.
He was responsible for the found-
ing of the Jewish Home for the
Aged of Oakland, Cal. Prior to
moving to Miami, he was the spirit-
ual leader of the Home for the
Aged of Oakland.
I
Mr. and Mrs. Max Bausr, of
1711 Michigan ave., cele.
ted their 25th wedding an
versary Sunday evening,
Aug. 20, with an intimate
family dinner at the Famoj.5
restaurant, followed by cm
evening at home. The Bauer;
have just returned from an
extended European trip.
Zipp Sports Store
In Grand Opening
A three-day Treasure Hunt will
mark the grand opening of the ne.v
and larger quarters of Zipp Spor!
ing Goods in South Miami. While
the move is only three doors south,
the store is twice as large as the
previous one. Thousands of "treas
ure chest" keys are being mailed,
of which many will open the tl
ure chest where gift certifi
up to S250 will be in envelop -
Pirate hats will be given to
dren and refreshments served as
unusual items, including a five
foot stuffed ape and an authentic
hurdy-gurdy from Spain, are ad
mired. A seven-foot-high Dull
House is against one wall where
character dolls from Scotland may
be seen, which include Winston
Churchill and Queen Elizabeth. A
complete doll collection will also
be displayed, prominent among
which is the Madam Alexander
doll.
Zipp Sporting Goods is known
for its complete collections, whe
ther in the toy or sporting good
department. All types of athletic
shoes are now fitted in soft chair,
on thick plush carpeting an.'
walnut paneled quarters.
Long known for its bowlini;
equipment, Zlpp's offers such sen
ices as personally-measured ball
drilled within one hour. Every
of sporting equipment is available
from pool and ping-pong table
binoculars and telescopes.
The "Treasure Hunt" will take
place all day Thursday. Friday
and Saturday. Sept. 7 to 9. fro m
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Located at 72:i<
Red'rd., Zipp's will have addi
tional treasure chest keys in the
store for those who did not receive
them in the mail.
will have to be fully studied in Is-
exactly as one must study
Rodin on his home soil In France.
"Lady Epstein's gei is
enormous, yet one can think of no
destiny that the brave. t:e:\
program, and Jewish experiences tor. who was her bus i ould
Sunday school, which starts on have wanted more."
Sept. 10. highlights the "Hebrew Included in the masterpieces des-
Thru Fun" program, providing the tired for the Jerusalem Museum
learning Of oral Hebrew m the He- are "Mother and Child," "V
brew school grades. tion," "Kathleen." "Elemei
Hebrew school initiates 3 Bve-----------------------------------------------'-
year program culminating in jra I --------------"
and entrance into firmation, confirm
..tn l ... ..... \i c;....; iin,...4..i ... -,,. .__, r^.
Mt. Sinai Hospital at .M;ami Beach
Essen said S appointment
coincides with the beginning ol
an intensive expansion program by-
Temple Judea, with a member-
ship of more than 300 famine
Before moving here. Siege] was
assistant executive director of the
1,000-bed Brooklyn Hebrew Home
and Hospital for the Aged. He was
an administrative officer at sev-
eral Veterans Administration hos-
pitals, following service during
World War II. During the war,
served in the Euronean
nation exercises and entrance into firmation. confirmati in and a new Siegel
a Hebrew High, which will have post-confirmation elate will also be Theater of Ope-r ns*aa an ol
three classes this year. Pre art of the school's progra In the Medical Corps.
_i
SIDNtr SIBGiL
Lear School u|
Plans Opening \
The Lear School. 1010 West ivi,
will begin its 28th consecutive >ar
of operation with its fall semes
which gels under way Thur-
Sept. 7.
The school will again be under
the direction of Mrs. Ida Lea- a I
director and Richard E. Lear I
principal.
Mrs. Lear, who CM
school in 1934. has just re." I
from New York where she engl I
in a series of extensive educational
studies and visited schools th:
Out the north to investigate I
curricula.
Catering to local students I
specializing in small classes.
individual attention stressed, m
of the school's departments have
been greatly expanded to care I >C
the new semester's progra .to. ,
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As 8 oift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremciy,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwardecffo you courfey of Blackstone Flower Shops in lime
for the occasion.
Ira London
Beth Emeth Congregation will be
i the Bar Mitzvah of Ira.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lon-
i uring Saturday morning serv-
ices Sept. 2.
Ira is a student in the congrepa
. Hebrew school, and attends
. .tumor High.
Kiddush in his honor will fol-
low fcrvici -

Doaald Pollock
Ponald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kal-
Poilock, 620 Jefferson ave..
be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
2. fi p.m.. at Congregation
.laeob. Rabbi Tibor Stern
'ficiatc.
, Far Mitzvah is an eighth
, student at Ida M. Fisher
i r High, and plays the saxo-
l i in the school band.

Stewart Hershey
Saturday morning services.
2. at Temple Beth Sholom
include the Bar Mitzvah of
art Robert, son of Mr. and
",: Kenneth Hershey. 4419 No.
B rd. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
te
Sttwart is a student in the Both
BJi m confirmation class of 5723.
'
Stephen Zack
Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate
i i Bar Mitzvah of Stephen, son
ol Mr and Mrs. Bonn Zack. 7376
axe., on Saturday morning.
Bepl 2. at Temple Emanu-El.
Stephen is a ninth grade student
.itilus Junior High and plays
bowling, baseball and foot-
1 :
Is the grandson of Mr. and
' Meyer Zack. of Detroit. Mich..
Mr and Mrs. Jose Dobinovich.
; i rly of Havana. Cuba, now of
". .
dush in his honor will be held
home following the cere-
"'.
*
Harris Friedman
- ay morning services. Sept.
2 eth Pavid Congregation will
ini the Bar Mitzvah of Harris,
... Mrs. B. Friedman.
::" arde. Coral Cables
is is .-.n eighth grade stu-
d( : Ponce de Leon Junior High
' the Temple's religious
hobbies include fish-
" > ... and science.
A n and dinner in his
I honor will It <.:-, iling at the Dtauville hotel
* *
Michael Fineman
Bar Mitzvah of Michael, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fireman, will
i be observed during services at
Temple Nor Tamid on Saturday
morning, Sept. 2. Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz will officiate.
A reception will be held at the
conclusion cf the ceremony.
* *
Edward Bachus
Temple Emanu-El will be the
site of the Bar Mitzvah of Edward.
Harris Friedman Arthur Pelenberg
Gary Geldmork Bernard Aller
son of Mr. zr.C: Mrs. Joseph Bachus.
and grandson of Mr. and Mrs
i.Iack Wltrogen, during Saturday
morning services, Sept, 2.
i Edward is an eighth grad< stu-
dent at N Junior High, where
he if ;. member of the school band,
and attend! Um Temple's Hebrew
1. He plays piano and trum
pt | s an i rtiv< participant in
ask< tball, i
and
Folll .... s< I .ices. Mr. ar.d Mrs
Ban. s will 1
insurance Exec Mokes Headlines
by a Japanese in-
i newspaper reporter about
Un.u-d St e underwrite rs is
-.o prize memoru
nee gi nt Henry Gil-
1
ti > iew as published in
in "The Nippon Honken."
among the prized pos*
- in Gilbert's scrapbook.
ert, a representative of Na-
Life Insurance Company of
r.t. was in Tokyo at the in-
n n manager of Meiji Mutual
Insurance Company, to ex-
r. format ion of life insur
s techniques.
.**> <*.
Edward Bachus Mark friedman
heme. ar.d a reception and dinner
at the Deauville hotel in the eve
ning.
* *
Alan Adler
Alan, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Charle.-
.1. Artier, and grandson of Mrs
Vetta Adler, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Sept. 2. at
Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi
Max Lipschitz will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade student at North Miami
Beach Junior High. He has at-
tended the congregation's Hebrew
school for four years, and serves in
the student congregation and on
the board of directors. He has
been awarded an honor pin for
scholastic ability and perfect Sab-
bath attendance.
A reception in his honor will be
held Saturday evening at Michel's
restaurant.
*
Mark Friedman
Bar Mitzvah of Mark Joseph
Friedman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Levine. will be observed
during Saturday morning services.
Sept. 2. at Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute. Rabbi Isaac Ever will
officiate.
Mrs. Milton Siegfried. Sisterhood
president, will present Mark with
a Bible, and he will receive the
Bar Mitzvah certificate from Her
Alan Adler
Ira London Michael fineman Stewart Hershey
man Weintrauh. synagogue pres-
ident.
Mark is an eighth grade student
at Nautilus Junior High, and at
tend* Agudath Israel's religious
school. *
in.-, parents will honor him at a
reception following the ceremony.
4 *
Gary Goldmark
Gary Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jules Goldmark. will be Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday morning. Sept. 2.
at Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter Rabbi Gerald Lerer will offi-
ciate.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student at
Klnloch I'ark Junior High, and at
tends the Center's religious school

Arthur Pelenberg
Rabbi Norman Shapiro will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Arthur
Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Pelenberg. 3730 S\V 29th
St.. during Saturday morning serv-
ices. Sept. 2. at Beth David.
Arthur is a student ai ronce de
Leon Junior High School.
A kiddush will follow the cere-
mony, and a reception and dinner
will be given in Arthur's honor
Sunday evening at the Biscayne
Terrace hotel.

Bernard Aller
Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Aller. 950 W. 33rd st., Hia-
' leah, will be Bar Mitzvah during
; Saturday morning services. Sept.
2. at Temple Tifereth Jacob, with
Rabbi Leo Hcim officiating.
The Bar Mitzvah is a Lite Scout
in Troop 303, sponsored by the
Hialcah Industrial Lion's Club,
.lack Row*-, scoutmaster.
During services on Friday eve-
ning. Bernard will receive the Ner
Tamid scouting medal, coveted re-
ligious award. Guest speaker w ill
.be Robert Gordon, assistant exec-
ute e for the Southeast region of
the Boy Scouts of America.
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First annual stockholders meet-
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Morton Adler. president, conduc-
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closed for Adler Industries new
S9.ooo.ooo subdivision at Lake Cecile
Estates in Hialcah. Sidney Langer
and Joseph Walan were reelected
to the board of directors for a thrcc-
year term. Irving Epstein was
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general construction department.
Ken Karp was reelected general
sales manager for the firm.
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In addition to their son. Jordan.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert have a
daughter. Elaine, a senior at the
University of Miami. The Gilberts
live a: 12670 NE Miami pi., No.
Miami.
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George Gershwin Ladies' Auxil-
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Mrs. Ida Hurwltz was elected
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Other officers are Mesdames
Frar.ee> Ellen and Belle Kroll. vice
presidents: Shirley Kornstein. sec-
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Thelma Rosenblatt, program chair-
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Mesdames Audrey Lillien, Alma
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+Jewlsti fhrldtian
Friday. September 1. iggj
JUDGE SAM SILVER
Judg
|e Silver
Named to Gables
Zoning Board
Judge Snm !. Silver. a-lonj;-tinie
r< sidenl of Coral Gables, was re-
crntly arpoin'trl by Mayor Robert
Scarle and the Coral Gables City
Com!nis>i-!n to serve on the Coral
Gables Zoning Board.
Silver is Associate Munieipal
Judpe (f West .Miami, former pres-
ident of the Municipal Judges Assn.
OJ Dade County, past president of
the University of Miami Law School
Alumni Assn.. and past president
ci Temple Judt of Coral Gables.
He is a senior partner in a noted
Miami law firm, on the executive
(ommif.ee and board of directors
of the Dade County Bar Assn.,
chairman of its civic affairs com-
mittee, and a member of the grie-
vance committee and the traffic
courts and salely committee of the
Florida Bar Assn.
Judge Silver formerly served on
the Dade Coun'y Board of School
Trustees, and is past president of
Sholem Lodse. B'nai B'nth.
In 'Who's Who/
Toasted Here
A surprise for Fred Somerstein
on Saturday ni:ht was the dinner
party in his honor at the Playboy
Club to celebrate his having been
! elected to "Who's Who in Ameri-
ca."
When he was 19, Somerstein in-
vented a timing device now used in
the cn\ekpment of missiles.
Somers'ein has a degree in
pharmacy frcm Rhode Island
State College. Among his many
enterprises, he was owner of
American Aluminum Extruders,
Inc., Miami, 1956, and founder
and owner, until recently, of
American International Alumi-
num Corp.
With his wife, the former Rena
Goldstein, ci Providence. R. I..
Somerstein i-me to Florida 36
yean ago, and to Miami, 16 years
ago. Tl >( at 114Sid ter.. Di j
Lido 1-iand.
Hosts to the 55 well-wishers who
toasted him in champagne, were
his two sons, Seymour and Robert,
who with their wives. Helen and
Myrna, are narents of Fred and
Renu's six grandchildren.
ABE GEFTER'S
NEW KOSHER
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NEWLY
DECORATE
MIAMI BEACH
FLORIDA
IK'UV'tRONT AT iOlh STRI.KT
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CONDUCT FOSH MASHONft
AND VOM KIPPUB SERVICES
RCSUVC NOW FOR
MICH HOLIDAYS JE 4 2141
KOSHER MEALS
INCLUDED
*BE GEritlj
$6.30
DIETARY LAWS
AND SA8BATN
Strut!. Otntne*
Special Pacfcooe Plan
for the Holidays
Services Meals--
AccommoCst ens 12
d,i>s & 11 nigMa
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HtED SOMERSTEIN
Dr. Lehrman
Will Officiate
High Holy Days will be ushered
in at Temple Emanu-EI. Miami
Beaeh, with the traditional Seli-
chot service beginning at midnight
d-. Saturday in the synagogue.
Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual
r ol Temple Emanu-EI. will
Tifereth Israel
Now Registering
Tifereth Israel Congregation reg-
; i?tration for Hebrew and Sunday
school will be daily 9 to 5. even-
i ings 7 to .9, and Sunday morning
10 to 12.
Mrs. Nathan Zwitman. principal
of the Sunday school, has prepared
a program of studies incorporating
the latest methods of presentation
of Biblical literature and Jewish
history, encouraging musical and
dramatic interpretations through
| compositions and plays to be pre-
'sented at the weekly auditorium
, sessions.
De\ctional services with a ser-
monette by Rabbi Nathan H. Zwit-
man will be held every Sunday
morning.
Sept. 10 is the opening day of
Sunday school. Hebrew schooi be-
gins Sept. 13.
JFCS Moves
To New Quarters
Jewish Family and Children's
Service this week moved into new
quarters at 25 NE 17th st.
"The need for more adequate
I office space for the agency's staff
land equipment, and the desirabil-
ity of meeting rooms for board and
staff committees have long been
evident," Harold Tanr.en, presi-
dent of JFCS. declared Wednesday
: in his announcement of the move.
Jewish Family and Children's
j Service was formerly located in
i the United Fund bldg.
Tanr-en said that the new of-
, fices will adequately provide for
these needs. "In addition, our
new quarters are more accev
: sible by bus from ail parts of the-
county, and there is ample park-
: irvj space for cars."
Leon Fisher, executive director
of JFCS. said that the agency's
; Miami Beach office remains at the
Linjay bldg., 235 Lincoln Mail.
Telephone number of the new
Miami quarter- remains FR 1-3434.
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Fti{joy. September 1. 1961
+Jew/st n-irSdHar
Page 1I-B
,
Henry Seitlin
passes Away
A1 Age of 75
v ; uril VII service Rll...... till
tarj lm i Co. ol Mian i Rurviv.
his wife, L< na; iwi
i Warren; I.%
. i .inh tw< Kl
i n. Bei vlcei *< Au|
'' CI i I Kiii
, s, i in, of 320 Jefferson
r( Miami Beach, a founder and
','.-. ember of Beth David
, tjon. one of Miami's old-
( ,gues, died Aug. 25 a*.
thi : 75
. Miami for 50 years,
j ears apo when he re-
,,,. operated a general store on
v<
Ft was a member of the Zionist
in of America and the
nan's Circle.
Surviving are his wife. Jennie;
fn; sons, Samuel. Louis, Dr. Jack
.end Dr. David Seitlin: a brother.
HaiTj sister, Mrs. Rose Lehrman;
nine grandchildren; and a great
grandchild.
Services were Aug. 27 in Gordon
Funeral Home. Honorary pall-
bearers were Louis Gilman, Jack
1. ..:. Sol Levin, Emanuel Seit-
lin Abe U'hrman. Harry Marko
Sam Friedman and Fred
11
Graveside service* at Mt. Nebo
(, -> ;~ eluded eulogies in Yid-
English, honoring Mr.
Ei
MRS. VIVAN PLtSKV
10. of *0 f I n avi ,.:., d % |
-II ami hen <> ..-' i agi 'i mi
N.J. Bui vivirs tin Itei
i Isadori I' I w< a> na, I i
andaaA sister, v.r- Gertrude
Ta'Tinenba rr -y.'\"*r, wen
n Riverside Memorial Chapi
las rd.
EUGENE E. WEINE
SI, 'I S! 0 79th Bt M la I acb, 1 here 30 ) ears ai-i
" M/ it i ps In Miami Bur-
..::. Tanya; two
aughtei -..... Connli
I VVeln am a i
- 'lm Service* n
Aug Rlvei e Mi mortal Chapel,
S y Itili
MCRRSPRELL
7", cii-d in nn a"\jt< Aug, ":i
in au :..im i ..i v.. Hi cam< hen 21
ago tiom Pater* n, N.J and
..s ,i Miami i ncesslonalri and a
mi n i ei of Miami Snowman's
Burvlvlng arc two brothers and a
Services wen Aug. 28 In Gor-
don Kuiu la! Horn,'.
IRVING ELSON
81, of 94ar Hay dr., Surfsid. dinl
Auk 24. He lami here six yean agi
:cm Hiidgeport, '"(inn., and was .i
ra| r.-it lawyer, Surviving an two
loni, Arthur and Dani.l. three bro-
thers, 1 tvicl, Charles, and Alex, and a
sister. Services w re Aug. 27 in Riv-
eralde Memorial Chapel, Washington
ave.
Mrs. Glasser
Dead at 92
- Glasser. 92. in whost
In- r tin mi Beach chapter .;
. wish Qongress was
i Aug. 18 at the Home
.r -: iti ol the Daughters of
.1. ronx. NY. She had
I 20 Montgomery st.. High-
1 nd was the widow cf
Mai sser.
asser was a life member
i' -..' the American Jewish
( -.-.- LT.d the Hebrew Lad.es
and Free Loan Society
runswick. N.J.
nary years Mrs. Glasser
-:Ce:,: of the Hebrew Ladies
S ciety c.nd Sheltering Home
ii w Brunswick, and also be-
longed to the Deborah organiza-
Congregation Ahavas Achim.
the Sisterhood of the Highland
Park Temple.
Surviving are two sons, Louis
Glassei and Dr. Benjamin Glasser,
two daughters, Mrs. Samuel
Bernstein and Mrs. Morris Kaplar.
MRS. HELEN E. MELDON
H, ( I 2O50 NE TRTth dr., North Miami
Beach, died Aug. 24. She came here
i- !i t >,.ii- ago from New Hyd< l'ark.
N V and was a menit-ei of Sky Lake
Aaan, Surviving an h<-r husband.
1 a son. Richard; a BlSter, Ms
1 ,,in>-, and her parents, Mr.
and v.;.- Harris Shaherll. Ber>
..: Aug 26 i'i Riverside M, mortal
N dy Isji
JOSEPH KASSEWITZ
95, of !''!" !. ,... Palm avi Mian
h, din! Aug. ^Uil;. .: 11:.i.> .
hi fiv, yi r~. Til-'i. ..-:
years In V :zn- raid, < ;.i m<
-.-- n, once vtslti d M .ami i-i
I B98 cltj \. as onlj two yearj
i Id .- an his if.. \
with imiii |. .... ntlj cell i i. :
tht-ir : I, ... ding anniversary, and
fi\. .-ins Bam, Harold, Dr. Julian,
K ye, and Jack Kaaaewlti, Mi-
ami News Sunday Editor. Bervlces
wi ', at n Rlvi raid* Mi moi..-.:
Chapel, Normandy lale, with burial in
Mt. Nebo <" met, r\
Cantor Weiss
Will be Heard
Cantci Moses Weiss will render
the musical portions of the liturgy
.r. Selicbol services of Agudath Is-
rael Hebrew Institute e>n Saturday
at mi
Canter Weiss will be assisted by
nil [ami]} choir. Officiating wiii
be Rabbi Isaac Ever, whose ser-
mon is scheduled as "The Signifi-
cance of the Midnight Pardoning
Prayers."
No admissicn cards; are neces-
sary It attend the Selichot service.
LEGAL NOTICE
MRS FLORENCE GILLMAN
6:., of 8006 SW 21 Si st., died Aug. I
She cam" hen 20 years ago from
Coljmi.ub. Ga. Surviving an her hus-
band, Al raham; a daughter, Mrs
Hairitt Cohen; three brothels. Includ-
ing Julius t-tiedman; three s.st. is
ami two grandchildren. Bervlces were
Auk 3 in Riverside Memorial Chapel,
Douglas i d
RAE-BI LAZARUS LEHRER
I"., w ho lived at the <.ieal
iewibl Homi r thi Agi fl, ;' l NE
iug I h! i
la nates
I Kej Weal Bur-
...-. Pearl and
. Ben -.:. in Ni V I i
era) Hi n:,- In
. ..
THEODORE GOLDSTONE
72, of 2015 Calais dr.. Miami BeatCh,
died Aug 2 He came here 12 years!
ago from New Yi rk and was a mem- '
b, r ol the North Shore MaaohlC
Lodge, v., i Beach Lions Club, and |
Elks Lodge. Surviving are his wife. .
Hattli a sister, Mr- Llllle Ellswelg;
two grandchildxen and one great
grandchild Servlcei wen Aug. 4 in
RlVI is:;). Memorial Chapel, Nomiandv
lali
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT1I I IS HEREBY GIVEN that
erslgned, desiring n^.i^. In
the fictil ns nai
.-i n s H OD si i:ci.\i.tii:s
0th L ine, Hialeah, Plorlda
tei r register said name with th
i 'iriuit i 'nui t of I ':nl
i : Ida.
s tUTHERN I iU>
I BTRIBI'TI IRS, INC
. .j ,d,i.eviuson. Prinldsgit
, ES A- RITTER
Itorni Southern Pood
i it inc. '
r Bl i I t
Miam 36, Floi Ida
I K-16-21
WILLIAM KATZ
74 ::: Mendou ave Coral Gables,
I .' Hi came h, i >- 15 yeart
fron Mi h Vi rk and was a
Services were Aug. i In
Mi ... Chapel I
to.
MRS. BEATRICE DIAMOND
Bay rd '' m died
Shi me hen
S.J 8ur\ re :w
;..-- Mrs Ruth G r
:-:.- five |
. i1 i gri at-gra Serv-
.... 24 In Riven li Mi
. :.. Ncrmandj Isli
HARRV KROVETZ
72, of l."4i Mei .........: .'. ..
ears agi fron ..
sster, N i .^ ..! i n, Kroveti
Mil Beach Burvl> Ing ..:
' Bella two daughi Mrs
..-. an I Mi-- Ruth
; .. i rothi : flvi
and fivi grandchildren Serv-
es weri i i.i FU\. rsidi Mi
ashingb r, ave.
RS IRENE BRuSH
nooln rd Mian
. ,l Bhi B yeajs
.r* V, ll .. i I .', .
.. .. '.:.' .
'. ....
' b
JOHN M. KRUSE
IS, i I I960 NE MTtll st d d Au|
here nine years ago from
' chiiago .^"t was an administrative
. -lant at the Sanitary l.inen '<
i Surviving are his mother, Mrs Sarah
Ki..-.. and two brothers. Stanley and
Bills, Sri vices wen Aug. 25 in Beyer
Kuneral Home.
CHARLE6 SLABOTSKY
I NE ."1st st.. died Aug 27.
Hi t-ami her.- If, \ (ars ago from
a ii owned a liquor st.,i-
* ng an h\H wife, Sarahi a son,
"; sister and t, ir grand-
1,1 Services were Aug. 29 in
' Puneral Home.
MRS ETTA KATZMAN
*J. <"l !th avi died A Ig
' hi 11 reari ago from
NY Surviving are h, :
:'i.. ns, loclud-
rr.i two ..ugh;, rs, lm :
II grandi hlldn n and
hlldren, Bi i. s weri
with Bey. Puneral
' .
EMANUEL MAX JAFFE
i advl. .v di
I. died Aug. 27 He cairn
r
formi president of a
'..... box i
He was
'< r. Sun
iwi di
and Mist .

s
BervIce
- -' Riv. Memi ..
.....
MRS. tob:e MAGUN
70, of 1604 Lre-\1 ave., Miami Reah,
died Aug. 24. She was a member of
Mt. Scopus Chapter Hadassah. and
the Jewish Home for the Aged. Sur-
viving are a daughter, Mrs. Marcia
Simon, three sons and 12 grandchil-
dren. Bervlces were Aug. 25 in River-
side Memorial Chapel. Douglas rd.
JOSEPH D. ROBINSON
".8, of 10110 E. Proadview dr., Bay
Harbor Islands, died Aug. 23. He came
here 17 years ago from JStraussiij-g,
and was a Dads county conl
tor. He was a member of Beth ShO-
Temple S.irvivP n an > if '' '
Irene: a son, Jacob; two brothen
Bisters Bervlces wer -^L';. -
In Riverside Menaorial Chapel, Noi-

JOSEPH BARKAY
I i m e dr., Mil Bead
|j He, came from
agi and -..::...
... survivi by a sot
-, r wen I River-
M< al i ;.
, LCL S PCSNER
:
i ..
ythiai s
',
' .- i,
.
.... |
P
SAVUEL FREW AN
180 71st si dii -
'-
al estate i
. '-
.. s- a wen
'..
JAY L- LEV. I
tl
..:- ..- '
the 5

.
grat Bervici
..

r A.UL NE MAHLER
: ,!
"ie here fi
Surviving an
-- I r and .
rdon F
LOUIS R:r
avi M
He came hi
c years i arat
:. ..- Lodgi I .
Relli ..i
- s we:, Au 21
tne.
' r-: F E5ECCA YANOWITZ
'" ... Burfsldi
here frs

w.re Aug. 27 .n Gor-
iome.
M, of 146 .,
He came her
SAM ROTHFELD
NW ;(Srd ave., died Aug
here it years ago from New
FEN' AUBOUM
SW 27th si
....
Bales
Burvivini
8, Lawn
two brothi -

jack REGAL
-(, (,i i v., .-. Bth
le came hen
;., .- retaki

........ '' otU
'.'. i, r an
arsaf
four great ndcl
were Aug 13 u
Mrs =enee storfer
-
hen '
re ago and vyat I '
-..:...'. ...
'
S her I
Radolph, aj i ndra.
Services were f in Rlvi di
mortal Chapel, Normandy Mb
VIlSS J. H. MELROSE
Peni ..i......\ Miami
i h, '.. ii Julj I Shi i : hen
Bevel om New York and
- aviwive'd i > a s -:,-r. Mr.- S: .
wen Aug 2 in Riv-
^,..il LM,:.; e. W,.sl.
ave.
MRS. FRANCES READER
73, of 550 l-'th at., Miami Beach, di. -.:
Aug. 14. She cam, here -'. years agi
I r it aurvlvid by a
ht.r. Mrs. Betty Brcdy. Services
We n Boston with Newman >"urieral
Home .n charge locally.
'King Lear'
In Yiddish
Miami Ecach Recreation Depart-
ment presented the "Friendship
Corner" drama group in a Yiddish-
language adaptation of "King
Lear" Wednesday at the 21st st.
Community Center.
The group was directed by Jacob
Mendelson, formerly of the Yiddish
An Theatre, who also took a lead-
ing roie. An English narrative,
spoken by Joe Mooney, accompa-
nied the action.
Appearing ir, the production were
Joseph Davidson, Anna Lipsky,
Be'la Gradus, Pearl Gutsten. Toba
r.ield, Michael Hacker. David
Gottesman, ar-d Rudolph Deutscfc.
Lt:i Kleinman was pianist.
Hanseotic Plans
W. Indies Cruises
The Home Lines Agency, general
agents for the 30,000-ton. all air-
conditioned SS Hanseatic, has an-
nounced nine cruises sailing from
tropical Port Everglades. Fla., to
the West Indies and Nassau com-
mencing Jan.23.
The cruises will vary in length
from three to 12 days, including
these ports in the West Indies: St.
Thomas, Martinique. Curacao.
Porl-of-Spain. Kingston. Port-au-
Prince. San Juan, and Nassau.
There is ample time to enjoy
life, as well as to explore
these ports-of-call on all cruises.
The Ss Hanseatic, one of the
largi st pi ships to sail out
of Florida, serves as your floating
hole;, and has rx e n well-planned
for your cruise enjoyment, with
-.:.:; deck of beautifullyap-
ges and acres of deck
fun, ran and sports.
anseatic also features an
experienced cruise staff to carry
out ar. elaborate program of social
ar.d sport activities, variety shows
by professional artists, three dance
orche;-4.ras. Cinemascope theatre
offer. : run motion pictures,
concert musicales, and Captain's
dinner.
New Herat Lines Agency office
is 344 Biscayne blvd., Miami.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ml ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ii signed, desiring to engage '"
i nesa under the fictitious name of
111 L'B RESTAURANT AND SANI>-
H SHOP at I'L'ii'l-.'.'i'N I'onie d-
Blvd., Coral Gables intends to
legiatei -aid name with the Clerk of
thi Ircull Court of Dade County,
1 .< I oa
POOD CREST, INC.
(a Kia. i!orp,i
SAMU1 I. BTEBN
Attii n. > t< i I ood < 'rest Inc.
8/1-8-K-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undersigned, desiring, to engage in
but new under the fictitious name of
BAHAMAS ITI'.I.ICITY COUNCIL al
B341 s W 33rd Ter Miami 55, Flor-
Ids intends to register th, said name.
with th. Clerk of the circuit Court ..r
i Counl v. Plorlda.
TED M GRECK
9 l-S-15 21
LEGAL NOTICE
Hollywood School
Opens Tuesday
i us school c: Temple
c opens en Sept.
:.:-: .....ion of the
.-..: Sept 10 Ri
S is 1 a .
-
. S Her: -
.. prir :.: a] of the
and Sui ols, which ar<
dei th< supervision of the B...
: Jewish Ec:ci.tion c-:
:. r.-.;. ...m encompasses
ergarter through high school.
ew prayer book, Bible, Je
customs ar.d ceremoi i
sib literature, eth.es. modern
Jewi.--. problems, current ever.:.-
- ltd subjects are
:_. u acbers in
;sr;d spacious classrooms
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 9143
THE NEW TASK SAVINGS HANK,
a corporation existing under the
laws of the State of New York,
Plaintiff. ,
vs.
RONALD J RATTJBT, el al.
i.' Cendantt
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: RI -NA I I J R ATTEY and
MARIE C. RATTEY
Residence 1'nknown
Tl V, ARE HERE! Y NOTIFIED that
a Bult ha-s been brought against you
by THE NEW YORK S>AVINOS BANK
in th. i.i ve-entltled Court, to fore-
a mortgag* encumbering thi
following desci bed property, to-wit:
Lot 18, 1 i 84, FIRST ADDITION
V GARDENS, a. -.
rcir.g to the t'at thereof, reci
: : k 81 agi 31, of th.
i ..; ... records ol l ..'.. County,
I .
'I i r. ; IVestii ghousi -
frigeratoi i d-ll;
1 I file j ir
lerk if I hi 11
. i -h.
ourthousi Rorlda, on oi
: r.. s. rv, .
pon DAVID 1
. : tterney, whos<
Street, S I
... as require!
'
t*e taki
!
st
the relief r3i
.
: ll -

i

By: HELEN K
-
St.
nc~ :e under
fictitic name law
smler thi

, .. T.i
to resist
the Bi :
;
LECK
Tiiereth fjrael Sisterhood
ra< I Sisten ho'.d-
dj a uncheon :.'d card party io
(he i id ol the Temple on
Thuradaj Sept. 7, at 11:80 a m.
Hostesses are Mrs. Lillian Lerner
ar>d Mrs. Sara Jarlow.
w wct;ng for
TOMi SASSO
:^*M EliUISTEIN
id 1', I. Adv.
I
r-
I
Dade
Federal
Savings
LOW COST

HOME
FINANCING
'?f
<:. 1:
i:::":"
Whether you
plan to buy, build,
remodel or refinance I'I
See a
Dade Federal
Mortgage Loan
Consultant
There's no obligation'
Our lew
rale, low 11 t.
low monthly payment I
mortgage leans make I
home ownership easy
'
ia3Kxi%
m
Dade
Federal
Savings
. .S,D 1A 1 1 C I A | O K
M "I
'5 CONVENIENT OFFICES
TO SEIVE YOU
Mun Oftic
FLGLER at FUST
/Allapfltsh fVact.-14H .. 16th St.
IN. iMitmi lunch-mrt NW 7th A.e.
Limiami Branch 1101 SW. 8th S
EH i so n Center Branch SMO N 7th A .e.
I LSI FEDERAL RESOURCES
'.XUtO >70 MiLllOK tO.Li.RS


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* friu.<-^- Wt^rrnrfln^,tn
Friday, September 1, \%\
i rmicr mo constant uruivMloa TH ORTHODOX VAAO HAKASHRUTM O* FLOMDA **e hi.h kvu.

There's one sure guide to more
enjoyable eating: Choose your
Meats and Poultry at your nearest
FOOD FAIR KOSHER MEAT STO?E.
Youll get SELECT QUALITY at
ECONOMY PRICES, while the tut
and trim assure you of better
lookine a.'id tastier ineais.
QUANTITY FIGHTS RESERVED
11th DAY
of
SEPTEMBER
Ros
5722
ashatta
- 1961!
1st DAY
TISHRA
WE URGE YOU TO SHOP EARLY for this JOYOUS and SPIRITUAL HOLIDAY.
. SHOPPING IS ALWAYS A PLEASURE WHEN YOU VISIT FOOD FAIR
KOSHER MARKETS. WHERE YOU MAY CHOOSE FROM THE MOST COMPLETE
AND VARIED SELECTION OF KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY IN THE SOUTH!
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE WILL BE
OPEN LABOR DAY UNTIL 6 P. M.
WASHINGTON AVENUE MARKET OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M.
WE SELL
ONLY
U.S. CHO-CE
AND
U.S. PRIME
GOVERNMENT
GRADED
KOSHER
AEAT POULTRY
CHICKEN PARTS
Breasts. Thighs, Wings, Backs
Chicken Fat, Chicken Livers
Genuine Capons, Pullets,
Broilers and Fryers,
Individual Squab Broilers
:: ALL KOSHER MADE! READY FOR THE PAN! #
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR
!


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Friday. September 1. 1961 •Jmtsti MnrMinr Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE "IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE PLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FI OR OA. IN AND FOR DADE CCLNTY. IN CHANCERY Ni 6!C 3645 ARTIH < MSVWfl % %  AN'H EVrNB N( CE BY PUBLICATION v \ I ,i:.\ H I.K\ I.NK % ... ieneral Delivery N y. Y,,| \ %  : HKHM li •••' (TIFfED that Divoi has bi i a I i, ana you are hen bj oop) of youi MUVe l>!i u :,..,, m I he 1'lalni Ifl ., ,%  KINK & FoR0 A .\ •..:, • B Hiding, Miami, 1 irife IIIUJ Hi i eol i :, .i the ibuve ; or the 18th i -i •;.. otherwise the %  • |ai il • %  % %  taken a i i tj %  .. ol August, 1. LEATHERMAN rk ol it Co irl ,i puntj i'i >rlda K H .A.NWAY, I i.i .. %  k 8 18-25, J/l-8 NJTIC3 UNDER Tl r.-JU* NAME LAW X(,TI IS I Gl\ F*N ••' i' %  %  •:. i %  rln ; i" engage in ui" fictitious name of %  AI' I i <' %  n %  • Inn nds to rei \.. he Clerk of th< C 111 i nty, Fiorl la N::. >RIK INC i .• %  :., ^ 11-18-2:., '• : MY6HV BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag business under the fictitious name •*: DRAPERY ASS.ICIATKS n 26T.1 s W 2Srd \\ e, Miami, Florid Inti it to i eg 1st11 Raid name with the C the "nviiu C.III t ..I i lade I loom • Florida. JOE MEYERS* iN, Hole iwner Ri >HBRT I. BLOOMBKKO .n tor.ni j fi Joe M %  I, %  • I • "And in this tank, we have a CARP ... the Godmother of the gefilte fish." -— LEGAL NOTICE F Si >'l %  NO-ICE UNDER ^TITIOU-i NAVE LAW : ; HIM; Y ;i\ EN that to i ngage In i.name of Street, M i ml, Florida •i w il I. % %  • BloCh 2, of PARKMooK MASi : : accord ng to the plat there•ied in Pat It..ok .">*. at !"• of thipublic record* of I lade i • inty Florida; nil you .ire required to file your li the Clerk of the Circuit Court lade County, Florida, at the Courtho -iii Miami, Florida, on >r bef s. -.itemlie: 1^. 1961, and to serve opy o' nuoh answer upon DAVII CATSMAN, Plaintiff s attorne %  % %  • %  >.• address is Mth FI...* at 1"! Ei -t Flagler Street. Miami 82, Florida in •>: before said date, is y the Laws of Florida, if KOU fall •• %  da so, toe complaint will %  !• • %  .. confessed bj you and a Becrei i Confesso will be entered •-"'-' i for th,relief demanded in th. i i %  ulalnl DATED this 3rd day Of August. I I R LEATHERMAN %  .cle Couni s. V orida i. k of tl ,. r • Court HELEN KBSSLER 1 I.i .! f'| •AVID • CATSW %  • i'H K Flagler St. i 2, irlorida S U-1S-L' I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CfRCUT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE CCLNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 6IC i!7 N A > Kl I LAI II::I.KN Kl *N i, his wife, I'lai vt>, BRR'I I KNIOOE and MA :IK i: iHfifiR, dlvldm I; and k>lntl>, i '• '• ndanta NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION TO: ROBERT I KNIUOB i %  rhe Ouiifor.i Folding Bos Co i v tran i nd Haven Btreet 1 ; -' ore Maryland VH HRRRBV NOTIFIED, that pmplaint to Foreclose Mortgage %  ti" following Seacrlbed property: ;;'., ,?'• Blocs 6. WBSTHAVEN MI. i",i ITS, according to the put "'••'•••"i. is recorded in Plat Book no it Page :)4 of the PuhluRecords of I'art.. < ounty, Florida. ;• been filed against you, and you required to seise a copy of irour iswer or Pleading to the Complaint ,' ,'.: '" 'ffs attorney, li. ROBERT 'Y '1-1. Now, 528 We,. Flagler Street. '"". Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of '•• < lerli of th Circuit Court on or th sth day of September, 1M1. you fail to do so. Judgment Bj 1 "•' %  •" |t Will be taken against you for r\A r 'eL'Js d, man,,eiJ in the Complaint. i'\lfc.I) at Miami. Bade County. 'a. thi 4th day of August, ii. B, LJBATHERMAN, 1 -rk of Circuit Court, I ade County, Florida B.v: R. H. lANWAf, • for Plaintiff. West I lagler Street HUmi, Florida 8/11-18-25, 9/1 -..h NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IN GIVEN that %  '''.• %  I. Il ring I %  e •.;:!);in l.usini .i he I %  ••; i M.I i REBBANIi TAVI :N ,r r s N | and A v ., ,.' i ii : i imet lead loa inten la % %  T said name w nil the i ierk %  i '.•.!• i'ounty, ii irlii i Mi >.SA.\I COR Bj Morris I 'resident HARRY KUKFTRNI attorney for Purcha -er 12 i :. •: %  .':. : .. Vliaml Bea,< h F : >rida 1 -8-IS-22 LEGAL NOTICE CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORiOA TO A!.I. TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS: Whereas, 8F:YMOUR O. SOMERSTEIN, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA: HARRY W. GRERNBERG, M I A M I BEACH FLORIDA: ROBERT SOMRRSTE1N, MIAMI REACH. EU>RIDA; FRED SOMERSTEIN. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA did on the 80th • >.,v of April, A.D. 19..5 cause to be incorpi ral I under the provisions of Chapter 808, Florida Statutes. NATIONAL ALUMINUM PRODUCTS iii. INC., a corporation, with Its principal place of business at MIAMI, lAI>i: COUNTY, in the State of Florida, iti.i whereas the stockholders of such corporation did on the 17th day Of August. A.D 1961, cause to he filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the state of Florida, a Consent of all the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter &(> %  <. Florida Statutes, showing the dissolution of such corporation. Now. therefore, the Secretary of state does hereby certlfj to the foregoing and that he is satisfied that the -.• %  I ilrsments of law have been complied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set m\ hand and have affixed tne Great Seal of the Bl ite of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the SEVENTEENTH day of AUOUST, A.D IMl, ,,..,:! rOM ADAMS. Be tretars of State 1/1/61 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 8806 NETTIE BERHARDT •itiff HELLML'TH BERNH \RDT I tefend in NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO.: HELLMUTH BERNHARDT Defendant 177 Route 'lot New City, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Complaint for DB irce has been filed against i iu, and you are herebj required tO Serve B COPJ Of > >ur answer on the p i ittorney, DONALD E PROST, iOM Duponl Building, Miami .1^. Florida, and file the original answer in the offll I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 01 before the i Sth da) of September, 1961, or the allegations win be taken as confessed against you. DATFUl at Miami, Dade County. Florida, this mui daj of August, 1961 E B LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) By I; H. LANWA1 Deputs Clerk 8/18-;.'.. >/!-> IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 43674-B RE: ESTATE OF JULIUS A. SIEGRL a k a J. A. SIEGBL | .e.'e |M'I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of .Ml,IDS A. SIKOEL, decensed; and that on the 28th day of September, 1961, will apply to the Honorable Frank B. Dow ling County .fudge of Dade County, Florida 1' M approval of said final report and for tuni discharge is Flxecutor ol the Estate of ii'i-ii A. SIBGRL, deMILTON R. MANNHBIMER KOVNER& MAWNHEIMBR rnei for FJxecutor 8.25. 9/1-8-13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 61C 8361 THE GREENWICH SAVINGS RANK, a Corporation existing under th. laws of the State ol New Yo Plaintiff, \ SLYMAN JOHN POWELL, el al, I 'I'feiidallt.NOTICE OF SUIT TO: SI.YMAN JOHN POWELL i:.\ 152 Graj svii!.. Tennei—• YOU ARC. HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been brougl against you by THE GREENWICH SAVINGS RANK, in the above-entitled Court. to foreclose a mortgage encumbering the following described property, towit Lol IS, BlOCk 25, SIERRA MIRADA. SECOND ADDITION, according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 64. at page Bl, of the public records of Dade County. Florida. Toge'her with: Wall ov.n and range! central heating. Nutone I i preparation center and Venetian blinds; and you are required to file your answer with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County. Florida, at the Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or before September 16, 1961, and to serve a copy of such answer upon DAVID P. CATSMAJV, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address i~ 11th Floor al 101 F:.i.-t Flagler Street, Miami X2. Florida, on or before said date, as required by the laws of Florida, if you fail to do so, the complaint will be taken as confessed by you and a Decree pro Confes.-o will be entered %  gainst vou for the relief demanded in the complaint. IATi:D this 17th day of August. 1961. R. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County. Florida (seal! By: HELEN KBSSLRR, Deputy Clerk DAVID P. CATS'M AN 14th Floor at 101 B. Flagler St. Miami U. Florida B 26, '.< l -IS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thnt the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name DI COMMERCE APARTMENTS al Dude County. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MEYER 1CHERKAS and FANNYB CHERKAS, his wife EI.RY STONE Attorney for Meyer I, Cherk.iand Pannye Cherkas, his wire B 26, 9 l-S-15 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 53298-A IN RE Estate of MARY LBVOWICH Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AII Creditors and All Personi Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have mains! the estate of MARY LBVOWICH deceased late of Dade County. Florida. to the County Judges Of Dade County, and file the same in their offic.•in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. IIYMAN V. LBVOWICH, as Administrator. CTA First publication of this notice on the .'.'. day of August. M61, HARRIS. ROBINSON & WEISSEE 'At torn pj s Dole FVderal Building Miami I!'.'. Florida 8/2S. 6/1-8-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that thundersigned, desiring to engage m business under the fictitious name of IMPERIAL EAST at 10801 F:.is! Bay harbor Drive, Miami :>4, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I \cK II APPLEBAUM Sole (>wner NELSON SPIELVOOEL Attorneys for .lack H. Applebnum I 1 I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 53567A IN RK ESTATE >F MARJORIE Mi l.ol "Til KEAN NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ADMINISTRATION UPON ESTATE OF PERSON BELIEVED TO BE DEAD. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: WHRREAS, JAMES p. KEAN hai filed a Pel Itlon for Lei ters • I Vdmin Istratinn on the Estate of MARJORIE Mi'l.ol ill KF: AN. a pei %  n bel to bs Ue.oi; evidence will be presented before th. Honorable w p Blanton count Judge, at his Chambers in the 1 wide County Com' House M Florida, a) 11:00 A.M., on September 15, 1961, at which time the Court will hear the evidence concerning the alleged absence of the supposed Decedent ami iiicircumstances i I duration thereof. Anyone having an> evidence the whereabouts of the said MARJORIE McLl -I I'll KEAN i • %  '•> I present and present such evidence at said time and place DATED this :ner 8101 N \v I63r i SI Opa-Lock i. Florida ABNER s> iLOM' IN Attorney for the Petltl >n • I20S Metropolitan Rank Bldg. Miami 32, Florida 8/11-18-25 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *Jenist FtorkJi&/7 solicits your legal notices. We appreciate ycfur patronage and guarantee accurate serviffe* af" legal rates Dial Fit 3-IB05 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HRRF^RY OIVEN •''" the undersign >d, desli ing I nga business inder the fictitious nan PETKRSONS STEAK PLACE it 7140 S U Sth St., Miami. Fl.i Inten register said nami with the Clerk ol the Circuit emit of Dude County, Florida 1100, INC. HI Fia ; !orp ) Mole iwner KBSSLER .< GARS Attorneys for Applicant 1998 B.W. 1st Street f. I1-1R-2'.. 9'1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 53674-C IN RE: Eel 9 CLARA .1 !a iCKWi M i Di res • i NOT.CE TO CREDITORS [•o All Cn i %  ir ..i. 1 All H ing Claims or Dein • Is Ag Insl Said ite: y.ei in. h -. by n tlfii i ind required to presen u m 11 •' lemanils w hit h you na I i\ the • stati of CLARA !.' ICKWi >OD deceased lati •' Pad I !oui I Ida, to the Counlj ludg i 'ounty and file 1 i In th %  II h %  • HI DadCom ty, Ploi Ida wii hln si i ah ndar months from I lai first publl itlon or I u ill be bar • First publ catloi on • h da v of Augusl 1961 ALMA E. TATE is E the Estate if CLARA : i n 'Ku LEi INARI i i K \'.:sn Vttu nej 1629 duPonl Miami -. V .'I la • •-i'i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned; desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ..: S( NSHINF: TOWERS ai 1834 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beaeh inten i to register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. JACQUES KOCHEN and BKRTHF: KOCHEN and JCl.IO F'. FTS'MMAN ul DAL1S ROSA F'lSHMAN STANLEY M. PREU Attorney for Applicants 811 Seybold Bldg. 8'2'.. 9/I-1-I*. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 8554 MIDWEST MORTGAGE COMPANY, a Missouri Corporation, authorized to do business in the State of Flori la. Plaintiff, vs. R. WENDELL PHILLIPS, et al. Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: MA.TOR R WENDELL PHILLIPS and DALE PHILLIPS 616 u are Avenue. Apt. No. 666 Belleville, Illinois YOU ARE MEREKY NOTIFIED that a suit has been brought against you b> MIDWEST MORTGAGE COMPANY In the above-entitled Court, to foreclose a mortgage encumbering the f> Ing described property, to-wlt: Lot 2, BJ" 125, SKI'I i.N'D ADDITION To SIERRA MIRADA, according to the plat thereof, recorded In Pa' Rook ..4. at pant the public records of Dade County Florid i and you are required to fi!-your answer with the Clerk of the c Court of Dude County, Florida, at the .Courthouse in Miami Florida, on or before September 12, 196 and I i serve a copy of such answer upon DAVID P CAT8MAN, Plaintiffittorney, whose address la utb Floor at 101 East Flagler Street, Mi. mi 32 Florida, on or before s.iii date, as required bj the Laws of Florida If you fail to lo so, the complain! will he taken as confessed by you and a D.cree pro Confesso will be entered against you for the relief demanded iu the complaint. DATKD this 9th day of August. 1961. i: B LEATHERMAN Clerk Of the Circuit Court Dade • 'ounty. Florida (seal) B> E. II. I.ANUAY. Deputi Clerk DAVID P. CATHMAN llth Floor at 101 F: Flagler St. Miami :'.., Florida 8/11-18-2.-.. 9/1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR D*DE COUNTY, FLORIDA l\ OR0B4TE No 534I3-A IN RE: Estate of CHRISTINE ELENi 'RA H !NS iN I let' NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To All i 'redltors i Having i 'laiins ..i Deman \i .I Estate: You .ire hereby nottfii quired to present in) cl iln s tnd d mands which fou maj have against the estate ol CHRISTINE BLENORA HENSON deceased late if Da.le County, Florida, to the County Judgeif I %  ide < 'ountj. and file the ime in offices In the i' luntj i !ourl house In Dude County. Florida, w i elghl calendar months from the date Of the first publl ItlOl hereof, or the niie will be barred. K \RL HOLDER. \ I" --it .r bj Herman T. Isls, hiattorney H. T. ISIS CAIN i ISIS. Attorn I 1830 W Flagler Street Miami II, Florida M,9/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of EXPRESSWAY FURNITURE AND SALVAGE al 3900 N W. tnd Ave., Miami Intends to register said namo with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WILLIAM CURRAN 8/11-18-26, 9/1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 61C 852' EDWARD CHRISTI A S Plaintiff. vs. LENA ORTIZ CHRISTIAN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO! LENA ORTIZ CHRISTIAN %  .^4 I ni m Avei Bronx, Ne York You LENA oRllZ 1HRISTIAN ire hi • eb> no) II led thai i Bill of C im plaint forDiv has bei I agalnsi you, and ire r quired to serve a copj of yo :r Answer or Pleading to the Bill of i mpl ilnl on the plaintiff's Attorney, SAM BL ESQ., 20 s F: i-i Avenue, Muni, Florida and file I • or Pleading In the ifflce of the Clerk of the circuit Ci n %  bel ire th 13th day of September, l 161 II I i %  fall ti. do so. judgment by default •< > i be taken agalnsi you for the relief demanded m the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published ince each \eek for tour a 11 in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at M Florida, this Sth day if August, A.D. 1961. E. B. LEATHERMAN Ierk, Circuit i lourt, I lade 'oui --ida (seal) B) HELEN KBSSLER, Dep II • 'lerk. SAM BLOOM :'n si:. 1st Avenue Miami. Ila Attorney for Plaintiff 8/11-18-2'.. 9/1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 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pridgy, September 1. 19P] ) +Jfnisti flcrkfian Poge 9-B or ... and science. A n and dinner in his I honor will It <.:-, iew as published in %  in "The Nippon Honken." among the prized pos* in Gilbert's scrapbook. ert, a representative of NaLife Insurance Company of r.t. was in Tokyo at the inn <*. Edward Bachus Mark friedman heme. ar.d a reception and dinner at the Deauville hotel in the eve ning. Alan Adler Alan, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Charle..1. Artier, and grandson of Mrs Vetta Adler, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Sept. 2. at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max Lipschitz will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth grade student at North Miami Beach Junior High. He has attended the congregation's Hebrew school for four years, and serves in the student congregation and on the board of directors. He has been awarded an honor pin for scholastic ability and perfect Sabbath attendance. A reception in his honor will be held Saturday evening at Michel's restaurant. Mark Friedman Bar Mitzvah of Mark Joseph Friedman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Levine. will be observed during Saturday morning services. Sept. 2. at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate. Mrs. Milton Siegfried. Sisterhood president, will present Mark with a Bible, and he will receive the Bar Mitzvah certificate from Her Alan Adler Ira London Michael fineman Stewart Hershey man Weintrauh. synagogue president. Mark is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High, and at tend* Agudath Israel's religious school. in.-, parents will honor him at a reception following the ceremony. 4 • Gary Goldmark Gary Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Goldmark. will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Sept. 2. at Flagler-Granada Jewish Center Rabbi Gerald Lerer will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at Klnloch I'ark Junior High, and at tends the Center's religious school Arthur Pelenberg Rabbi Norman Shapiro will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Arthur Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Pelenberg. 3730 S\V 29th St.. during Saturday morning services. Sept. 2. at Beth David. Arthur is a student ai ronce de Leon Junior High School. A kiddush will follow the ceremony, and a reception and dinner will be given in Arthur's honor Sunday evening at the Biscayne Terrace hotel. Bernard Aller Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Aller. 950 W. 33rd st., Hia' leah, will be Bar Mitzvah during ; Saturday morning services. Sept. 2. at Temple Tifereth Jacob, with Rabbi Leo Hcim officiating. The Bar Mitzvah is a Lite Scout in Troop 303, sponsored by the Hialcah Industrial Lion's Club, .lack Row*-, scoutmaster. During services on Friday evening. Bernard will receive the Ner Tamid scouting medal, coveted religious award. Guest speaker w ill .be Robert Gordon, assistant execute e for the Southeast region of the Boy Scouts of America. PERPETUATE YOUR NAME FOREVER ON ISRAEL'S BAR MITZVA YEAR In The Golden Book of J.N.F. 420 Lincoln Rd. Moyshie rViedberq $15 A WEEK Nice, front efficiency. Child O.K. Near Ocean and Shops. 7144 BYRON AVE., Miami Beach Firm fleets Sfaff First annual stockholders meeting of Adler Industries of Miami and Hialcah was held recently with Morton Adler. president, conducing the %  Plans were disclosed for Adler Industries new S9.ooo.ooo subdivision at Lake Cecile Estates in Hialcah. Sidney Langer and Joseph Walan were reelected to the board of directors for a thrccyear term. Irving Epstein was named to head Adler Industries general construction department. Ken Karp was reelected general sales manager for the firm. Jl 1-5251 Closed Saturday Sunshine Bakery BAKERS FOB KOSHER HOMES Specializing in WEDDING & BAR MITZVAH CAKES Veu Coll WE DELIVER Orders $2 or More FREE 1M3 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH 39. FLORIDA Gill '. ti F also inNat i %  erence, I i which he eai < • attei ...".. %  • % %  I '•'"< : representatives in its nationwide Locally, Gilbert is co-cnain %  %  %  -' Appeal Ini U Division, and formerly Ellen and Belle Kroll. vice presidents: Shirley Kornstein. secretary. Etta Jarrett. financial secretary; Evelyn Strciff. treasurer; Thelma Rosenblatt, program chairman. Mesdames Audrey Lillien, Alma Shires. Alma Sponder. Reba Braverman. Anne Ro*s. Thelma Rosenblatt, Marsha Lane, and Kaye Weinstein, telephone chairmen; Berger, publicity chairman; M.,y Mann, Anno Weston, Fritzi and Lena Forman, visitation committee; and Anne Ross, arrangements, FOR SALE or TRADE -Rm. CBS & 6-Rm. Cottage, furnished and rented. Widow will give right party chance to own this by NO DOWN PYMT. Call PI 4-5938 577 N.W. 50 St. Beautiful area. CANTOR-DRAMATIC TENOR TRADITIONAL NUSACH 12 yrs. experience. Available for High Holidays OX 1-8619 JEWISH NEW YEAR CARDS PRINTED 1-Day Service Phone Order in FR 3-5632 A.A.A. PRINTERS 208 NE. 2nd Ave., Miami YOUNG AMERICAN FAMILY MAN INTERESTED IN WHOLSALE OR MANUFACTURING PARTNERSHIP. Will Invest. Shone.' Shobbos. Write Mr. H., Box 2973, M'nmi 1 Photo & Music Equipment We Buy. Sell. Trade or Repair Anything Musical & Photographic COMPLETE LINE OF SUPPLIES TRAIL PHOTO & MUSIC 5725 S.W. 8th ST. MO 70526 ("UNIVERSAL ELECTRIC 1 ; MOTOR REPAIR, INC. j Sales & Service Electric Motors I All Makes-New & Rebuilt Motors FREE ESTIMATES < 625 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH CALL JE 2-3767 \ WE Repair All Makes j > We Are Very Reasonable < % All Jobs Guaranteed j SPECIAL PRICE ON WATER PUMP MOTORS VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS SALES-TUNINGS See Max Lewis 300 NW 54 St. PL 8-8795 RENT A CAM* from $2.50 per day $15 pewk & mileage charge AB0TT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W. FLAGLER ST. Ph. FR 3-6765 DOMESTIC HELP DAY • HOUR • WEEK Licensed Baby Sitting Service SOUTH MIAMI EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 5616 Sunset Dr. Ph. MO 7-3601 H ToGUST BROS Rv £ *T l the BEST.' DOMESTIC HELP AGNES EMPLOYMENT MO 7-6437



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Page 10-B +Jewlsti fhrldtian Friday. September 1. iggj JUDGE SAM SILVER Judg |e Silver Named to Gables Zoning Board Judge Snm !. Silver. a-lonj;-tinie r< sidenl of Coral Gables, was recrntly arpoin'trl by Mayor Robert Scarle and the Coral Gables City Com!nis>i-!n to serve on the Coral Gables Zoning Board. Silver is Associate Munieipal Judpe (f West .Miami, former president of the Municipal Judges Assn. OJ Dade County, past president of the University of Miami Law School Alumni Assn.. and past president ci Temple Judt of Coral Gables. He is a senior partner in a noted Miami law firm, on the executive (ommif.ee and board of directors of the Dade County Bar Assn., chairman of its civic affairs committee, and a member of the grievance committee and the traffic courts and salely committee of the Florida Bar Assn. Judge Silver formerly served on the Dade Coun'y Board of School Trustees, and is past president of Sholem Lodse. B'nai B'nth. In 'Who's Who/ Toasted Here A surprise for Fred Somerstein on Saturday ni:ht was the dinner party in his honor at the Playboy Club to celebrate his having been elected to "Who's Who in America." When he was 19, Somerstein invented a timing device now used in the cn\ekpment of missiles. Somers'ein has a degree in pharmacy frcm Rhode Island State College. Among his many enterprises, he was owner of American Aluminum Extruders, Inc., Miami, 1956, and founder and owner, until recently, of American International Aluminum Corp. With his wife, the former Rena Goldstein, ci Providence. R. I.. Somerstein i-me to Florida 36 yean ago, and to Miami, 16 years ago. Tl >( at 114—Sid ter.. Di j Lido 1-iand. Hosts to the 55 well-wishers who toasted him in champagne, were his two sons, Seymour and Robert, who with their wives. Helen and Myrna, are narents of Fred and Renu's six grandchildren. ABE GEFTER'S NEW KOSHER ROMWELL HOTEL NEWLY DECORATE MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA IK'UV'tRONT AT iOlh STRI.KT CANTOR m. iM.iniii WILL CONDUCT FOSH MASHONft AND VOM KIPPUB SERVICES RCSUVC NOW FOR MICH HOLIDAYS JE 4 2 141 KOSHER MEALS INCLUDED *BE GEritlj $6.30 DIETARY LAWS AND SA8BATN Strut!. Otntne* Special Pacfcooe Plan for the Holidays— Services Meals-AccommoCst ens 12 d,i>s & 11 nigMa — from $90 per perscn. AND ALL THIS -' %  biKoTSr^^ FREEf!! 1 4 W.S* J ?a • Chaise LitHttet and Malt • 21" T.V mt **>.• 1, r„ h 9 • FREE SELF-PARKING ADJOINS HOTEL • WEINt R o„ *** MOVIES. GAMES • ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY D Y r?*" t NIGHT PATROL a RELIGIOUS SERVICES DAILY I "* TIME MASHGIACH ON PREMISES • SALT i, SLIfiA? „ Ul1 DIETS • NO EXTRA CHARGt FOR STEAKS. CHOPS p.KH • KOSHER POOLSIDE SNACK BAR AL-U turlUr-tAN r-Lrt.. CHOPS R01^>50 per pen. "•"•double occ. INCLUDES: 3 Breakfasts 3 Dinners completely air conditioned KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER Q SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART 6RUNS. Co Own.r ALL-EXPENSE TRIP FOR TWO 2 WEEKS-ENGLAND & SCOTLAND world Itadtr In jet travel Travel arrangements hy ClVJk world travel and Show Travel Service TRADITIONAL OPEN HEARTH COOKIRY a 3500 CORAL WAY V MIAMI HI 51331 BorwU Lunch and Dinner Served Dally CANDLELIGHT INN In The Heart of Coconut Grova Banquet Facilities — Cocktail Lounge Henry Leltoon, Mgr. HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT KOSHER CATERERS from fcort e"oeuvre to %  complete beffef 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 42655 Under the Supervision of the Beth Din of Greater Miami OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS in TO V



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!Page 4-B *Jlfw/slFfcrkfiar Friday, September 1, 195.1 L_ Hadassah Urges U.S. Seek Refugee Resettlement DENVER—(JTA)—Hadassah. the American Women's Zionist organization, concluding its 7th national convention here, called upon the United States Government to recommend resettlement of the Arab refugees in the Arab countries when the Palestine Arab question is raised in the United Nations General Assembly at its next session. A convention resolution stressed tba\ such resettlement "is the only citizens on ground of their religion, realistic solution to the Arab refugee problem." Another resolution called on ire United States "vigorously to pursue" a five-point program to bring stability and peace to the The convention unanimously approve! a statement supporting measures proposed by the Ken nedy Administration for foreign aid. establishment of a United States disarmament agency and Middle East. The resolution .suspension of nuclear testing with international inspection monitoring system. and (tressed that this was essential to American security and to the defense of freedom. The five-point program called en the United States: • To oppose any aggression in that area: • To take effective measures to insure that there be no arms imbalance in the Middle East; • To intensify United States efforts to ensure that the Suez Canal h open to the shipping of all nations without discrimination; • To emphasize to the Arab nations that the United States will not tolerate discrimination against American firms engaged in businesi with Israel, as a byproduct of their policy of economic boycott and blockade against Israel: and • To take effective measures to Siegfried Kramarsky. of New York, insure that no nation receiving as national president of Hadassah American economic aid will en-, for a second one-year term. The gage in boycott, blockade or other delegates also adopted a budget of forms of economic warfare against S9.888.500 for its 1961-62 programs other nations also receiving United in Israel and the United States. 01 States aid. or against American this total, $8,340,000 was earmarkSo. Shore Club Presses for Clinic On the domestic front, Hadassah called on Congress to reconsider school aid legislation and make available funds required "to provide public schooling of a quality necessary to meet the educational aims of a great democracy." The resolution, carried by the 1,500 delegates to the parley, stressed that legislation to make needed funds available to the public schools "should be considered solely on its own merits and should not be tied to any other educational issue, such as the needs of parochial or private schools, which must be considered on their own merits." The convention reelected Mrs. ed for Hadassah's operations in Is1 rael. The quotas set for Hadassah's projects in Israel were S3.740.000 for the Hadassah Medical Organization; $2,300,000 for Youth Aliyah; $1,000,000 for continued construction of the Hadassah-Hej brew University Medical Center in I Israel: S700.000 for the Jew ish National Fund: and S600.000 for Hajdassah's vocational education program in Israel. Avranam Harman. Israel Amj bassador to the United States, who addressed the convention, challenged the sincerity of the Arab states whose leaders make "fine speeches about peace in every part of the world" as they engage "in their own area in continuously raising the level of armaments." He reaffirmed Israels desire for peace with its Arab neighbors and throughout the world. "People normally talk of an Arab-Israel conflict as though this were a mutual conflict." Ambassador Harman said. "It isn't. No one in Israel seeks the destruction Or elimination of the Arab states. Israel is not anti-Arab. There are. unfortunately, countries in the' Middle East whose leaders make fine speeches about peace in every part of the world, but who recoil in horror from the very thought of peace with Israel. "These same countries will no doubt go before the United Nations to plead for world disarmament while engaged in their own area in continuously raising the level of armaments. Israel does not share these views. Its mind and heart are open for peace. We do not agree that while peace is a noble vision for i the whole world it is a dirty word in the Middle East. We believe that peace is a vital need for all the countries of the Middle East, for the Arab states and Israel alike." Mrs. Rose Halperin. member of the Jewish Agency Executive and former president of Hadassah. made a plea to the convention for an intensified Hebrew education program. She told the delegates that "we will fail in our commitments to our youth if we fail to make available to them the facilities for understanding the heritage which we demand they safeguard." She stressed that "the highest level of excellence is required in every education venture. Nothing less will do. Jewish educational institutions should set as their objective to give Jewish youth the best possible Jewish education. This means more than a knowledge of Hebrew. It means, too. a knowledge and understanding of Jewish history and the universal values which made it possible fur the Jewish people to survive for four thousand years, despite perse'< cution. oppression and wholesale slaughter." Mrs. Herman Schulman, former national president of Hadassah and now national chairman of Hadas' sah's Zionist affairs committee. told, the convention that "in a I last few years there has ^ jmuch self criticism within u* Zionist movement." 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Page TJ-A >Jei$tincricficiri Friday. September 1, 1961 After Bizerte By MAX LERNER World Jewish Congress Urges Reds Give Jews Their Rights The Bizerle story i< into of • %  : I les' <>t recent history—sad in its needless destruction ol ties built up over the years, sad also because there is no victor in its outcome, only two Victim nations in a struggle which could have been avoided. Part Of the blame must rest with de Gaulle, who showed a flaw of Judgment which compels a reevaluation of his stature as leader. When Bourguiba, under pressure from the hot head nationals around hnn. made his demand for French withdrawal from the Bizerte base, de Gaulle's best course was clear. lie might have answered Bourguiba softly, and being de Gauiie he i !r ve been diminished by doing so. He could have written personally and confidentially !<> the one North African leader who was Close to the French in spirit, given him solemn assurance that the ba~e would be vacated at the right time spoken ol his troubles over the Berlin and the Algerian talks in the tall, and ended with the prospect ol joining French and Tunisian energies in exploiting the Sahara deposits as an open pool lor the French North African Community -#-H-*THIS WOULD HAVE BEEN the act ot a mature leader who did not need to ilex his muscles against a puny opponent. But de Gaulle, preoccupied with his larger perspectives and irritated at what he considered the insolence ol the Tunisian demand, answered with a curt refusal that Stripped Bourguiba of the chance to save lace with his own cohorts. When de Gaulle gave Bourguiba no room for retreat with grace. Bourguiba compounded his or'ginal mistake and sent his soldiers and tribesmen to surround the base. I*. had been reduced to a skeleton garrison and Bourguiba made the mistake of thinking he could take it before de Gaulle would send reinforcements. Again he miscalculated badly, both on de Gaulle and the French army. De Gaulle too had his internal problems. Having suffered reverses from Indochina to Algeria, the French officers were in no mood to take another humiliation. Nor could de Gaulle's fading prestige with the army have survived it. %  &%  &--TTHE HAD TO STRIKE BACK hard, with airlifts and paratroopers. His army, which had waited for years tor a victory, went farther than it needed to go to wipe out the unfornudable Tunisian attackers. It was scarely a battle. It was a mop-up. The French have their victory, but what a bleak and self-destructive one it is. The blood at Bizerte will have consequences far beyond the naval base or even Tunisia itself The F.L.N. and the Arab League are already moving in. with their anti-French and anti-Western slogans, troccupy the vacuum of influence left by the whole disastrous incident. The entire French Community in Africa, so lovingly built up by de Gaulle, has been seriously hurt. As for the Tunisians, their loss will also go beyond their military casualties. In the wake of the Bizerte fighting, a wave of anti-French 1' cling swept through the Tunisian cities. .Many of the French settlers were sent into the south, and many have since been evacuated to France itself. They were engineers, soil experts, technicians, teachers, busmessi! en. administrative advisors. The Tunisians today do not have the educated elite with which to replace them. Without them, the Tunisian economy will suffer immeasurably. -&-•& %  --ftTHE STORY AT THE UN end is also a bitter one. Since both sides had none larther than they meant to. both were willing to accept the UN cease-fire resolution. But nothing the I'N can do will restore the strength whnh Tunisia has lost with the self-inflicted break with France. And. given de Gaulle's view of the UN, it is a bitter thing to have it come in a an arbiter of French destinies. He Gaulle is one of the last of the old leaders, for whom the onenation, one-vote egalitananism of the UN is unpleasant medicine. He f< els fiercely that European man is being pushed off the map by the new Irces of the nation-state explosion It is an archaic view. But this does not make the I'N role any less galling for him. Thus everyone loses, except the new fanatic forces in the African world. And what makes it so sad is that it was all so pointless. Continued from Pag* 1-A criminals and bring them to justice • Urged the West German Government to accelerate disposition of claims lor restitution to Nazi victims before the expiration of pertinent legislation by the end of 1962. • Expressed deep concern over i h <• situation of Jews "in some parts of the world.'.' and urged all members of the United Nations to make sure that no restrictions or limitations to pursue their religion-, cultural and traditional way of life are imposed upon the Jewish minority The executive board voted to establish in the United States a section of the World Jewish Congress as a constituent member of the world organization. The board also decided to open a Central American-Caribbean office in Mexico, to be responsible to the North American executive, and to proceed with plans for establishment of representative bureaus in Africa and Asia. In his presidential address. Dr. Goldmann warned against complacency. He decalared that the unstable, tense, brutal era" was "doubly dangerous" for a small minority, and referred to virulent outbursts of an extreme and aggressive nationalism in many parts of the world." Some states, he said, refused to recognize minority rights, and wanted to force Jews to give up their "specific characteristic and separate existence within the life ot the majority." This, he said, applied to some big powers "like the Soviet Union." as well as to some smaller nation*, including some states that recently acquired their independence. Other threats to Jewry listed by Dr. Goldmann were the threats of assimilation and "the tendency" to conformity which presents a deadly danger for real cultural creativeness. which is always based more on nonconformity than on conformity.'' In the face of all these dangers and menaces, the WJC leader said, "Israel is the one. tremendous, positive achievement of our generation." 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FHday. September 1. 1961 vJenist; Fhrijtiatn Page 9-A Cabinet Airs Compulsory Immigration Loan Miami Beach philanthropist Jacob Rifkin (extreme right) presents 51,000 to Louis Merwitzer, chairman of the Hebrew Academy building campaign, in honor of Michael Gewitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gewitz, of Miami Beach. Michael, an outstanding student of the Hebrew Academy, recently won the Optimist oratorical contest. This is Rifkin's third gift to the ccmpcign. Harry Genet, vice president, looks on. In background, the new Hebrew Academy is seen rising at Pine Tree dr. end 24th st., Mia mi Beach. Minyonaires Get New Sanctuary Tie Minyonaires, who forme worshipped in a tented portion Spectacular View of Niagara Falls... at the SHERATON-BROCK i ilv resort atmosphere too. '.rial food, great comforts, great Sheraton extra, values: air-conditioning, free radio and TV, free parking, rhildren free (under 14 me room with adult). And now Sheraton confirms both room and rnif. Douhle room rates: $11.00, $13.00, $16.00, $18.00. Pot TXI ri'iituins in 4 geronds via /, KS r./.' I A TRt >\ Sheraton s eleefew ramputrr, roll your nearest Klu aton Hotel or reservation office. SHERATON-BROCK HOTEL NIAGARA FALLS, ONTARIO rly : a Coral Gables synagogue, this of i week announced the acquisition of — I their own sanctuary at 3737 Bird rd., just west of Douglas rd. The entire interior of the sanett'ary has heen refurbished "to prei sent a truly inspiring place of wor•hip." according to Max Temchin, president of 'he group. It is airconditioned, and the extencr is landscaped, with parking facilities made available by clearing and paving the site at the rear of the building. Daily and Sabbath services are already being held in the sanctuary, and plans have been formulated for High Holy Day services. Seats are now available at the office daily. :30 a.m. -to 10 a.m., and evenings from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Selichoi services will be held on Saturday at midnight. Access to the parking area is through Douglas rd., just north of Bird rd. Continued from Page 1-A of s* ?!• by President Philihert Tsirln.ina. and for l.sracl by Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. In the agreement, Israel undertakes to j place ai Malagasy's disposal a j number ol scholarships, and to send to the African republic experts, advisers and technical work ers. A joint communique issued by ihe two governments at the same time reaffirmed for both Malagasy and Israel the two nations' interest in the preservation of the freedom of the seas, hope for the attainment of self-determination byall peoples, and deploring any discrimination of racial manifestation. The statement stresses the need for all nations in the Middle : E ast. Africa and elsewhere to de; sist from threats or the use of i force against the integrity and political independence of any nation. Meanwhile, it was announced i here that Jomo Kenyatta. leader of IKenya nationalists in the British : African colony, has accepted a : formal invitation to visit Israel. Mr. Kenyatta is considered one of 1 the most glamorous leaders among all Africans. He was in jail or under house arrest for many years until officially liberated by the British administration last week, charged with having led the Mau Mail terrorists in Kenya. It was disclosed here that Israel Cohen, Israel's honorary consul at Nairobi, capital of Kenya, was visiting Mr. Kenyatta in the latter's home, last week, when government officials arrived to notify Mr. Kenyatta formally that he was now free to leave his home and go wherever he pleases. Mr. Cohen immediatly extended to Mr. Kenyatta a formal invitation to visit Israel, and the Kenya leader accepted. Mr. Kenyatta told Mr. Cohen: 'Israel and Kenya have much in. common historically." and expressed appreciation for Israel's assistance to Kenya. Israel has provided training courses and conducted seminars for Kenyans. A team of Israeli specialists left j for Upper Volt a and Chad to ad. vise those governments on agricultural and water problems, it was 1 announced by the government. The five-man learn was loaned by the Technion, in Haifa. The experts I will formulate recommendations j which will, later, be implemented by Israeli technicians. Natural Diet of Man "The natural diet of man" will be the topic of a lecture by Dr. \hraham Woifson. chairman of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, Tuesday, i a.m.. on the 8th st. beach, mime(lately after the exercising class. A question and answer period will CoUow. IRAVRING! '£>>_ Q a H i\ GUS II/JSHAW STCAMSMIP MOTH SHAW Ik'AVil SERVICE Inc 149 N.L 1st St., Miami, Fit 4-2604 Dr. Block on Television Dr. Irving Block, of Miami, appeared here on the Molly Turner morning show over WPST ch. 10 in I connection with the recent 49th annual meeting here of the American Podiatry Assn. The program featured a discussion of geriatrics. one of the main themes of the 1961 mceling. IRVING DENMARK ENDORSES TOM SASSO NORTH MIAMI COUNCILMAN Cii. 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giai i i and Hal rj Linsl found Ihi j could ni orida and out of thei are now making in North Miami Beach Harry is an %  • %  %  e famous Saral i m al %  %  ] mute lo Chica spei n cek< ids mter Patricia tering kinderber Son, Herbt rt, is % %  %  •, i ...... me for a family celebral i r %  ith Blanche's haries Jacobson, ol Coral Gables, who • r 15th anniversary 'his week .. .•!.Heifetz, rather of Blanche and Ruth, expected i ;-i c< 111 illness in our health-giving Min- .,: % %  Dr Shcppard S. (Marcelle) Povlins ,, .%  .• \Y. to celebrate 'he 5u;h wedding anniversary ,. i Mr, and Mrs. Samuel J. Cahn, 2814 Collins ave. fi lications will be the rest oi their family Sun I h I n of Metropolitan Synagogue, his wife and their : :> r *h( will be observing his Car Mitzvah around the ; am Cahn. assistanl district attorney, his wife ..u ngsters, Neil, Jeffrey and Lawrence Son ; lo the former Steltenic Mahler, of New Rochelle aula Louise and husband. Marvin Sherman And n bteven Jay Sherman ... Dr. Povlin is chief of the \ • %  •..• 5 Hospital in Peeksville, NY. The two Povlin children i • it -even grandchildren in all for the senior Cahns, who have |i n ; Beach tor three years. • % a special invitation in his pocket from the Israeli gov< !:l ;o design home furnishings lor them. Henry and Jessie I ,i iheir daughter Lindsay. 9. left Monday for an extensive Irij broad First slop will be Bermuda to look over interiors id ni bj Henry lor the new Carlton Beach hotel there several days in London, a stop in Rome, and Israel by thti • ol Siptembei This will be a return visit for Knd — he spenl lour years mere as a member of the RAK during World War II Near the er.d of a six week, 10.000-miIe motor trip are Dr. <,. Leon Shallow;.y. wife, Bette. and their three sons David, Lester and Alan Trip west covered all the sightseeingspots in eluding Carlsbad Caverns, Petrified Forest. Painted Desert, Meteoi Crater, Grand Canyon. Hoover Dam. Calico (a ghost town, neyland Sequoia. Yoscmite and Yellowstone National Parks Acuities extended to swimming in the Great Salt Lake in l l< visilil g friends in Denver, yarning in Las Vegas and a dip down to Juarez, Mexico But it won't be long before the Shallo Wi ya will all be home at 18801 NE 21st ave., Sky Lake. •* Jane Leeds chose a really unique way to celebrate her birthriaj this August — an authentic geisha party — in Tokyo ... Is t) ging back some "terrific pictures'" of herself and husband. Charles, in traditional kimonas. surrounded by geisha girls Thej have already visited the Hawaiian Islands, which they found "fabul tus." arid are very excited about a tour of Japan which will i faipei (capital of Free China", Manilla and Hong Kong More descriptive adjectives, these from Roz and Whitey Kirshbei •.. find Mexico ••beautiful" and Acapulco %  enchanting.'' • • Visitor who will be returning soon to New York is Susan Dublei who been spending the summer with her grandparents, irris Dublers, a* m rs ol the Raleigh hold %  visitor from California, 18-year-oh Guj Johnson, vt week with his grandparents, Mr and %  nl ..•. -•! 1330 Drexel ave. ii has just enlisted '• med i %  is ..bi"..i lo ii ave for overs* BE • visit to Europe are Dr. and Mrs. Gei n 1177 NE 91sl ter.. Miami Shores Tin; Vienna Rome and Ma irid %  know n ".Kami psj i hiatrist uph with a month lo spend In Europe, are Al ki.'pcr ayfront Manor apts. Left a fi u kr .. York preparation for the ti p % %  % %  will be sts... Stanley C. fMartha) Myers are spending their "' in H ndersonville, N.C... IM-I Mian i vacationers: the Stanley Scberers, of So. Miami Mew York; Mr. and Mrs. George l'ei/oii. of Homestead, • %  %  i eti< ul 'versing the process, from New York. Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Wolfe, motored down to visit daughter and son-in-law, Judy and Burger, and their two youngsters in So. Miami Heights Also made a stop in Maryland with another daughter. • %  Anne Skulnick, the -Ace" of Hilda's Ace Beauty Salon on Arthur Godfrey rd., would be immensely cheered, while she's in Mt. Sinai Hospital, by greetings from her many friends Joe Durant, of the State Attorneys office, host to Payne Williams, lil. at the Candlelight Inn in Coconut Grove Saturday night Williams is a television producer with NBC in Columbia. S.C. %  %  At the new Summit hotel in New York are Mr. and Mrs George (Martha) Schwartz They are visiting relatives and • prior to a fail trip lo Brazil with Fcdders dealers Vice Mayor and Mrs Malvin (Sophia) Englander. of Miami Beach due back tins weekend from Seattle, where he represented •-h* -':• al the American Municipal Assn. confab %  Mn Herbert (Mildred) Bernstein have returned from a vacation trip to New York and Washington, D.C the wers PHT No, 1. There will be dancing and entertainment. ReservafK.ns may be made with Mrs. Jack Homelsky, who is in charge of arrangements. Sisterhood Will Meet New Rabbi First Dado Heights Jewish Congregation Sisterhood meeting of the fall season will serve to introduce Rabbi Humid Richter to Sisterhood members. Mrs. Emanuel Mandel w.l! deliver the invocation. "he event. Wednesday al 8 p.m., will include a skit, "Trial by Jewi v." un< .: the directii ol Mrs. .' %  .:. .. %  : presu i nt ol Sis• %  (I rai will be • res< nted lo lb< i r.tii. • grcgati) n Monday i • • nil |. • : OrganizaKon President to Get Specie! Preview Tour of Cedars Hospital Sept. 7 Miami's newest hospital lhat was "custom built'" for patient care and comfort will offer a sneak preview to community leaders on Thursday, Sept. 7. Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin, president oi Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary, said that some 223 women presidents of Dade's top organizations will be on hand to tour the 282-bed non-sectarian hospital, and. hear talks by staff physicians. Chairman of the "Presidents' Preview" is Mrs. Sydney L Weintraub who, together With ca-chairman Mrs. Ted Loftorman and Mrs Albert Pick, will olliciate as chairmen of the first public Open House ceremonies on Oct. 5. "These club presidents represerrt thousands of civic minded women of our community who are i> '<" ^ ly Interested in Miami's population growth, the desperate need lor hospital beds, and the most advanced methods Qf patient care and research." said Mrs. Levin. "They have been selectee, by Cedars officials as the first to t;ct a glimpse ol our progress in providing this city with a remarkable hospital which was planned and designed with Just one paramount thought in mind: to oiler the most up-to-date facilities available and provide the ultimate in patient comfort and care." The women leaders Will be r*quested to act as official li..'~on lor ihe participation Of her 01 cation in the city-wide Open House < xi month. Follow behind-the-sc< i JWVA Leader In New Post • : %  • n nation!: e< nven'ion ish %  .' Veterans ..ii y (•!<•( %  ••. d Mrs Ted : gstor i i llialeah, to Ihe office i al nal coi du< li i Mrs. Lir.g.ston is a member of lh< Department "I Florida Ladies' Auxiliary. The Florida Auxiliary was also it-presented by Mis. Max LeVine, new president, and Mesdames Ohi c Rosenthal, Zelda Glass, Joyce Leif and Sidney Schoen, Auxiliary presioeats. and Mrs Hy Morris and Mrs. Leo Ooodman. delegates. lour, ihe presidents will be luncheon guests oi the Cedars Auxiliary. The program will be highlighted h\ a bnei commentary conducted by specialists m the lields of surgery, obstetrics, cardiology, pediairics, pathology and orthopedics. Participating in the Presidents' Preview null be Sanford K BronBtein, hos] ital administrator, and umber <>l local hctlth and wel, as well as represenUitives 'i city am • govern! les,



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Friday, September I, 1961 +Jenisli Rcridiar) Poge 5-A Conciliation Unit Envoy in MidEast He likewise avoided direct an-; existed and an Israeli threat to swer to a question whether he bethe Arabs as well. He callel n Continued from Page 1-A the Central As-*mbly last Apr. j], Tiat re;: '-'en instructed ( z'.C *o resort to the next ,tr than Oct. 15, a nypccr*M -tiM md twar. jmpleirintina i s'ructions issued year' ago regarding "repatriate' si rha -*.ab refugees to Israt or their compensation by Israel. Q, .,. h;is been head arne • I'eace organiza is a historian with .jni University. ; From 1942 to 1947. he served in the U.S. Department of State and | participated in various international conferences that led to and • launched the formation of the United Nations. Later, Dr. Johnson •ierve;lin other capacities'Wth't'ne Sate Department. For three years prior to assuming the presidency ,,i the Carne ie Endowment, he was president of Williams College. The New York Times reported last week that President Carnal Abdel Nasser, of the United Arab Republic, had "challenged" President Kennedy's views on the ArabIsraeli situation by calling on the Ner Tamid Names Samberg has been aplUon director of : reiigious school. Ms week by Dr. •sident. S 8 n holds • ieachmg degree yi i Rabbi Jacob Jo\i; i • from Brooklyn and tas done graduate the • i education at olleg • He was principal nited H 'brow Schools in ia al>o associated .\K. :x iiebrew Academy He 'caded tie high school department at Congregation Anshe Fmet n Chicago, and was recently associa-ed with Temple Emar,.-EI. He was also instructor a 'he College of Jewish Studies in '/.iami. .. a member of the Nation. Cotincil :r Jewish Education World War I veteran, is marar.i has two children. Regi tratiori is still being taken for hi pening sessions of Temple Ner T id religious school, which will begin Tuesday. The office is Open daily. Under the new policy of Temple Ner Tamid, membership to the temple Offers tree tuition to all religious school departments. There .. nominal charge for nursery school. Merchants Unit Elects Officers Mark Holzherg has been elected president of the Merchants' Assn. of the 127th Street Shopping Center. Seymour Kazlow was elected vice president: Mrs. Sylvia Irwin. secreI tary; and Mrs. Rose Kapalow. treasurer. The Merchants" Assn. announced plans of back-to-school, fall, and noliday promotion^ for the Shopping Center under the direction of John Hanly. of Sorin Hall Advertising, of Miami. U.S. Administration to show that American • %  policy in the Middle East was inspired solely by United • States interests, and net by world Zionism.' The dispatch, from, Beirut, asserted that Col Nasser's alleged challenge was contained tar a reply (o Mr. Kennedy's letter otl last May to the Aral' ea lers 01 the Arab refugee question Presic'er.t Nasser himself, in a television interview with Eric Sevareid and Howard K. Smith, carried last week by the Columbia Broadcasting System nitwork, carefully avoided any indication of how he believed settlement of the Arab refugee problem could be achieved short of the settlement of all the refugees en the territory of Israel. Vsked pointblank whether his aim was •that Israel be removed from the map." the Egyptian dictator replied: "We feel and we think that tl e rights of the Araiis of Pal must be regained because mere than one million Arabwere • pelled out of their territory They must return to their 1 ind. What is the point of view of the Israeli Government? The Israeli Government refused. They said that they will not permit any of these Arabs to return, and they want immigration, Jewish immigration, from the outside." lieved no solution of the Arab-Israeli issue was possible without conflict, and insisted the conflic* he United States Government an.i press to take a "neutral view" in his conflict. THE WEEK... AS I SEE II C:-tinued from Page 4-A rians •>!• the object lessons boar Is, whose function Is each A'i\ American v < %  rightly outraged to anal :iultimate destiny by cither. Di a • !i add are not meant %  unitive agencies, i •. righl and n I "•: %  Induction i nal on armed services. .:... iome duty, is honorable one %  nj y< ung Kamen pation m the I i %  ; th< an making of .! physical and ockado then v .is Charles Kamen s i It was the offense of im-1 i' --: {.\-;.!\i'ni!' arrogance Juvenile intellectual: the 1 .liscrfion of noisy reformeis, who have not yet learnsophisticated reason prefOR BETTER HEALTH VISIT THE MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Physical Therapy Body Conditioning General Diagnosis and X-Ray Colonic Irrigations Cabinets and Massage Ultra Sonic Therapy 7235 Biscayne Blvd. PHONE PL 7-7234 SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS OF RUBBER STAMPS CORPORATION SEALS and SUPPLIES CHARLIE MERZ, Owner NOW LOCATED AT 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034 WINDOW SPECIALISTS "SERVICE WE'RE PROUD OFI" 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 T Jewish National Fund (Keren Kayemeth Leisrael) Wishes its affiliates and the entire Jewish Community A HAPPY, HEALTHY, and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Link yourself Eternally with the Land of Israel Through Eternal JNF Projects In the State of Israel 420 LINCOLN ROAD ROOM 390 Miami Beach 39, Florida Say "Happy New Year' to your family and friends with JNF Tree Certificates. Planting JNF Trees wili further the Economy and Security of Israel. Telephones JE 8-6464 JE 8-7564 ii! l i! fers silence: the unwitting resorl to chaos — the maximum tool oi Communism, itself, if you will. It was. in short, the failure to show respect for one's host — Kntarian or otherwise. This was his offense, as a thins unto itself, without any reference lo the Peace Corps, which is a word like "Communism." or ait] other GIVE YOUR CHILDREN AN EVEN BREAK! YOU CEBTAINIY PONT WANT TO SHORT-CHANGE YOUR OWH CHILDREN! Send them to a Jewish school so that tiey can learn the great heritage of our people ... the traditions and culture of Jews throjghout the ages Jewish ethics and ideals which have contributed to the democratic foundations of the modern free world So that your children may grow up with a deep love and understanding of the privilege of being Jewish ... so that they may identify themselves happily and proudly with your family, the American Jewish community, with the Jewish people in Israel and throughout the world. THERE IS A JEWISH SCHOOL IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD 40 SCHOOLS IN ALL SECTIONS OF GREATER MIAMI AND HOLLYWOOD ARE READY TO SERVE YOU. REGISTER YOUR CHILD IN A SCHOOL OF YOUR CHOICE, TODAY! For Full Information and Details Write or Telephone BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION (A member agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation) 135 N.W. Third Avenue Phone FR 1-6681 M. A BASKIN Prei dent lO'JIS SCHWARtZMAN Executive Director



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Fti{ joy. September 1. 1961 +Jew/st n-irSdHar Page 1I-B Henry Seitlin passes Away A1 Age of 75 v %  ; '• uril VII service Rll • till tarj lm i Co. ol Mian i Rurviv. • %  %  his wife, L< na; iwi i • • %  Warren; I.% %  • • i .inh tw< Kl %  i n. Bei vlcei %  < %  Au| %  %  CI i I Kiii s, i in, of 320 Jefferson r( Miami Beach, a founder and ','. %  ember of Beth David tjon. one of Miami's old( ,gues, died Aug. 25 a*. thi • %  • : 75 Miami for 50 years, j ears apo when he re,,,. operated a general store on v< Ft was a member of the Zionist •in of America and the nan's Circle. Surviving are his wife. Jennie; f„n; sons, Samuel. Louis, Dr. Jack .end Dr. David Seitlin: a brother. HaiTj sister, Mrs. Rose Lehrman; nine grandchildren; and a great grandchild. Services were Aug. 27 in Gordon Funeral Home. Honorary pallbearers were Louis Gilman, Jack 1. ..:. Sol Levin, Emanuel Seitlin Abe U'hrman. Harry Marko Sam Friedman and Fred 11 Graveside service* at Mt. Nebo (, •••-> ;~ eluded eulogies in YidEnglish, honoring Mr. Ei • MRS. VIVAN PLtSKV 10. of *0 f •'• I n avi ,.:., d % | -II ami hen <> ..•-•'• i agi i mi N.J. Bui v ivirs tin Itei %  i Isadori I' I w< a> na, I i andaaA sister, v.rGertrude Ta'Tinenba rr -y.'\"*r, wen n Riverside Memorial Chapi %  • las rd. EUGENE E. WEINE SI, 'I S! 0 79th Bt M la I %  • acb, ,.iiago from New Hyd< l'ark. N V and was a menit-ei of Sky Lake Aaan, Surviving an h<-r husband. 1 a son. Richard; a BlSter, Ms 1 ,,in>-, and her parents, Mr. and v.;.Harris Shaherll. Ber> .•. %  : • Aug 26 i'i Riverside M, mortal N dy Isji JOSEPH KASSEWITZ 95, of %  !''!" !. ,... Palm avi Mian h, din! Aug. ^UIL;. .:• %  • • 11•:.i.> hi %  fiv, yi r~. TIL-'I. ..-: %  years In V :znraid, < ;.i M< %  •-.-• %  • • n, once vtslti d M .ami i-i I B98 %  %  • cltj \. as onlj two yearj i Id .%  an his if.. \ with IMIII |. .... ntlj cell i i. : • tht-ir •• : I, ... ding anniversary, and fi\. .-ins Bam, Harold, Dr. Julian, K ye, and Jack Kaaaewlti, Miami News Sunday Editor. Bervlces wi •. ', at n Rlvi raid* Mi moi..-.: Chapel, Normandy lale, with burial in Mt. Nebo <"• met, r\ Cantor Weiss Will be Heard Cantci Moses Weiss will render the musical portions of the liturgy %  .r. Selicbol services of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute e>n Saturday at mi Canter Weiss will be assisted by nil [ami]} choir. Officiating wiii be Rabbi Isaac Ever, whose sermon is scheduled as "The Significance of the Midnight Pardoning Prayers." No admissicn cards; are necessary It attend the Selichot service. LEGAL NOTICE MRS FLORENCE GILLMAN 6:., of 8006 SW 21 Si st., died Aug. I She cam" hen 20 years ago from Coljmi.ub. Ga. Surviving an her husband, Al raham; a daughter, Mrs Hairitt Cohen; three brothels. Including Julius t-tiedman; three s.st. is ami two grandchildren. Bervlces were AUK 3 in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Douglas i d RAE-BI LAZARUS LEHRER I"., w ho lived at the <.ieal• iewibl Homi '• r thi Agi fl, ;' l NE iug I h! i %  %  la %  %  • nates I Kej Weal Bur...-. Pearl and •• %  •• %  Ben •-.•:. in Ni %  • V I i era) Hi n:,In %  • .•. THEODORE GOLDSTONE 72, of 2015 Calais dr.. Miami BeatCh, died Aug 2 He came here 12 years! ago from New Yi rk and was a mem' b, r ol the North Shore MaaohlC Lodge, v., i Beach Lions Club, and | Elks Lodge. Surviving are his wife. Hattli a sister, MrLlllle Ellswelg; two grandchildxen and one great grandchild Servlcei wen Aug. 4 in RlVI is:;). Memorial Chapel, Nomiandv lali NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT1I I IS HEREBY GIVEN that erslgned, desiring % %  ••n^.i^. In %  the fictil %  ns nai .-i N s H OD si I:CI.\I.TII:S 0th L ine, Hialeah, Plorlda tei r register said name with th i 'iriuit i 'nui t of I ':nl„ i : Ida. s tUTHERN I iU> I BTRIBI'TI IRS, INC .J d, i.eviuson. Prinldsgit ES ARITTER Itorni Southern Pood i %  it inc. r Bl i %  • I t Miam 36, Floi Ida I K-16-21 WILLIAM KATZ 74 ::: Mendou ave„ Coral Gables, I • .' Hi came h, i >15 yeart fron Mi H Vi rk and was a Services were Aug. i In Mi •• • ... Chapel I %  to. MRS. BEATRICE DIAMOND Bay rd '•' m died Shi me hen S.J 8ur\ %  re :w ;..-•••Mrs Ruth G • r %  :-•:.. five | %  i 1 i gri at-gra Serv.... 24 In Riven li Mi :.. %  %  Ncrmandj Isli HARRV KROVETZ 72, of l."4i Mei : .' %  .. ears agi fron .. sster, N i .^ ..! i n, Kroveti Mil Beach Burvl> Ing ..: • '• Bella two daughi Mrs • %  • -• ..-. an I Mi-Ruth ; % %  ..• i rothi : flvi • %  and fivi grandchildren Serves weri i i.i FU\. rsidi Mi • • ashingb r, ave. %  • RS IRENE BRuSH nooln rd Mian • ,l Bhi %  • • %  %  B yeajs .r* V, ll .. i %  I .', %  %  %  .. .. %  .: %  .' %  %  • • • • • .... %  • • b JOHN M. KRUSE IS, i I I960 NE MTtll st d d Au| here nine years ago from chiiago .^"t was an administrative -lant at the Sanitary l.inen • '< i Surviving are his mother, Mrs Sarah Ki..-.. and two brothers. Stanley and Bills, Sri vices wen Aug. 25 in Beyer Kuneral Home. CHARLE6 SLABOTSKY %  I NE ."1st st.. died Aug 27. Hi t-ami her.If, \ ( ars ago from a ii owned a liquor st.,i- ng an h\ H wife, Sarahi a son, "; •• sister and t, ir grand1,1 • Services were Aug. 29 in Puneral Home. MRS ETTA KATZMAN *J. <"l !th avi died A Ig %  hi %  • 11 reari ago from NY Surviving are h, •: :'i.. ns, locludrr.i two ..ugh;, rs, lm : II grandi hlldn n and hlldren, Bi i. s weri with Bey. Puneral • %  •. EMANUEL MAX JAFFE • •• i advl. .v di I. died Aug. 27 He cairn %  r • formi president of a '..... box i He was %  '< %  • r. Sun iwi di and Mist • % %  • % %  • • %  s BervIce -' %  Riv. %  Memi .. ..... MRS. TOB:E MAGUN 70, of 1604 Lre-\1 ave., Miami Reah, died Aug. 24. She was a member of Mt. Scopus Chapter Hadassah. and the Jewish Home for the Aged. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Marcia Simon, three sons and 12 grandchildren. Bervlces were Aug. 25 in Riverside Memorial Chapel. Douglas rd. JOSEPH D. ROBINSON ".8, of 10110 E. Proadview dr., Bay Harbor Islands, died Aug. 23. He came here 17 years ago from JStraussiij-g, and was a Dads county conl tor. He was a member of Beth ShOTemple S.irvivP n an > if '•' '• Irene: a son, Jacob; two brothen Bisters Bervlces wer -^•• L ; %  In Riverside Menaorial Chapel, Noi• JOSEPH BARKAY I • %  %  i • • m e dr., Mil Bead |j He, came from • agi and % %  -..::... ... survivi by a sot -, r wen %  '• I RiverM< %  .• al • —i %  ; LCL S PCSNER : i .. • ythiai s ', %  -• .%  i, .... | P • SAVUEL FREW AN 180 71st si dii „• % %  •'al estate i %  %  •'•%  .•. • s•. a wen '.. JAY LLEV. I %  tl • • ..:..' the 5 %  grat Bervici .. % %  • %  • %  • r A.UL NE MAHLER %  : -• ,! %  "ie here fi Surviving an -I • r and • %  rdon F LOUIS R£:r avi M He came hi %  c years i arat % %  % %  %  •:.• ..%  Lodgi I %  % %  Relli ..i • -• • • s we:, Au 21 tne. r : F E5ECCA YANOWITZ '"• ... Burfsldi here frs %  %  w.re Aug. 27 .n Goriome. M, of 146 ., He came her SAM ROTHFELD NW ;(Srd ave., died Aug here it years ago from New FEN' AUBOUM SW 27th si .... Bales Burvivini 8, Lawn two brothi • %  • JACK REGAL -(, (,i i v., .-. Bth %  le came hen %  %  ;., .retaki %  %  • %  '• OTU '.'. i, r %  • •• an arsaf four great ndcl were Aug 13 u %  %  MRS =ENEE STORFER %  hen %  %  •• %  re ago and vyat I %  -•..:...'. ... %  %  S %  her I Radolph, aj i ndra. Services were f in Rlvi • di mortal Chapel, Normandy Mb VIlSS J. H. MELROSE Peni ..i \ • Miami i • %  • h, '..• ii Julj I Shi i : hen Bevel om New York and aviwive'd i > a s -:,-r. Mr.S: %  • • • wen Aug 2 in Riv%  • % % %  ^ %  ..il LM,:.; e. W,.sl. ave. MRS. FRANCES READER 73, of 550 l-'th at., Miami Beach, di. -.: Aug. 14. She cam, here %  '. years agi I % %  -• %  %  • r it aurvlvid by a ht.r. Mrs. Betty Brcdy. Services We • n Boston with Newman >"urieral Home .n charge locally. 'King Lear' In Yiddish Miami Ecach Recreation Department presented the "Friendship Corner" drama group in a Yiddishlanguage adaptation of "King Lear" Wednesday at the 21st st. Community Center. The group was directed by Jacob Mendelson, formerly of the Yiddish An Theatre, who also took a leading roie. An English narrative, spoken by Joe Mooney, accompanied the action. Appearing ir, the production were Joseph Davidson, Anna Lipsky, Be'la Gradus, Pearl Gutsten. Toba r.ield, Michael Hacker. David Gottesman, ar-d Rudolph Deutscfc. Lt:i Kleinman was pianist. Hanseotic Plans W. Indies Cruises The Home Lines Agency, general agents for the 30,000-ton. all airconditioned SS Hanseatic, has announced nine cruises sailing from tropical Port Everglades. Fla., to the West Indies and Nassau commencing Jan.23. The cruises will vary in length from three to 12 days, including these ports in the West Indies: St. Thomas, Martinique. Curacao. Porl-of-Spain. Kingston. Port-auPrince. San Juan, and Nassau. There is ample time to enjoy life, as well as to explore these ports-of-call on all cruises. The Ss Hanseatic, one of the largi st pi ships to sail out of Florida, serves as your floating hole;, and has rx e n well-planned for your cruise enjoyment, with -.:.:•;• deck of beautifullyapges and acres of deck %  fun, ran and sports. anseatic also features an experienced cruise staff to carry out ar. elaborate program of social ar.d sport activities, variety shows by professional artists, three dance orche;4 .ras. Cinemascope theatre offer. %  : run motion pictures, concert musicales, and Captain's dinner. New Herat Lines Agency office is 344 Biscayne blvd., Miami. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ml ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ii signed, desiring to engage '" i nesa under the fictitious name of 111 L'B RESTAURANT AND SANI>H SHOP at I'L'ii'l-.'.'i'N I'onie dBlvd., Coral Gables intends to legiatei -aid name with the Clerk of thi Ircull Court of Dade County, 1 .< I oa POOD CREST, INC. (a Kia. i!orp,i • SAMU1 I. BTEBN Attii n. > t< i I ood < 'rest Inc. 8/1-8-K-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that thi undersigned, desiring, to engage in but new under the fictitious name of BAHAMAS ITI'.I.ICITY COUNCIL al B341 s W 33rd Ter Miami 55, FlorIds intends to register th, said name. with th. Clerk of the circuit Court ..r i Counl v. Plorlda. TED M GRECK 9 l-S-15 21 LEGAL NOTICE Hollywood School Opens Tuesday i us school c: Temple c opens en Sept. :.:-: i on of the .-..:• Sept 10 Ri • %  • S is 1 a S Her: .. prir :.: a] of the • and Sui ols, which ar< dei th< supervision of the B... %  : Jewish Ec:„ci.tion c-: %  :. r.-.;. ...m encompasses ergarter through high school. ew prayer book, Bible, Je customs ar.d ceremoi i sib literature, eth.es. modern Jewi.--. problems, current ever.:.-• ltd subjects are :_. u acbers in ;sr;d spacious classrooms IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 9143 THE NEW TASK SAVINGS HANK, a corporation existing under the laws of the State of New York, Plaintiff. vs. RONALD J RATTJBT, el al. i.' Cendantt NOTICE OF SUIT TO: RI -NA I I • J R ATTEY and MARIE C. RATTEY Residence 1'nknown Tl V, ARE HERE! Y NOTIFIED that a Bult ha-s been brought against you by THE NEW YORK S>AVINOS BANK in th. i.i ve-entltled Court, to forea mortgag* encumbering thi following desci bed property, to-wit: Lot 18, 1 i 84, FIRST ADDITION V GARDENS, a. %  -. rcir.g to the T at thereof, reci : : k 81 agi 31, of th. i ..; ... records ol l •..'•.. %  County, I 'I i r. • ; • • %  IVestii ghousi !•• frigeratoi i • d-ll; 1 I file j ir lerk if I hi 11 i -h. ourthousi Rorlda, on oi : r.. s. rv, • pon DAVID 1 : tterney, whos< Street, S I • ... %  • as require! %  t*e taki %  • • %  • • st the relief r3i : ll %  • %  i • • %  By: HELEN K St. NC~ :E UNDER FICTITIC NAME LAW smler thi • %  • .. T.i %  %  to resist the Bi %  %  : ; %  LECK Tiiereth fjrael Sisterhood ra< I Sisten ho'.dDJ a uncheon :.'d card party io (he i ID ol the Temple on Thuradaj Sept. 7, at 11:80 a m. Hostesses are Mrs. Lillian Lerner ar>d Mrs. Sara Jarlow. w WCT;NG FOR TOMI SASSO :^*M EliUISTEIN — id 1', I. Adv. I rI Dade Federal Savings LOW COST HOME FINANCING •' &f f • %  •< %  :. 1: i: :: : Whether you plan to buy, build, remodel or refinance I'I See a Dade Federal Mortgage Loan Consultant There's no obligation' Our lew rale, low 11 • t. • low monthly payment I mortgage leans make I home ownership easy ia3Kxi% m Dade Federal Savings S ,D 1A 1 1 • C I A | O K %  • M "I '5 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SEIVE YOU Mun Oftic FLGLER at FUST /Allapfltsh fVact.-14H %  .. 16th St. IN. iMitmi lunch-mrt NW 7th A.e. Limiami Branch 1101 SW. 8th S %  EH i so n Center Branch SMO N 7th A .e. I LSI FEDERAL RESOURCES '.XUtO >70 MiLllOK tO.Li.RS —



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Page 12-B friu.<-^Wt^rrnrfln^,tn Friday, September 1, \%\ i rmicr mo CONSTANT •uruivMloa TH£ ORTHODOX VAAO HAKASHRUTM O* FLOMDA %  • — **e HI.H KVU. There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: Choose your Meats and Poultry at your nearest FOOD FAIR KOSHER MEAT STO?E. Youll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the tut and trim assure you of better lookine a.'id tastier ineais. QUANTITY FIGHTS RESERVED 11th DAY of SEPTEMBER Ros 5722 ashatta 1961! 1st DAY TISHRA WE URGE YOU TO SHOP EARLY for this JOYOUS and SPIRITUAL HOLIDAY. SHOPPING IS ALWAYS A PLEASURE WHEN YOU VISIT FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS. WHERE YOU MAY CHOOSE FROM THE MOST COMPLETE AND VARIED SELECTION OF KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY IN THE SOUTH! FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE WILL BE OPEN LABOR DAY UNTIL 6 P. M. WASHINGTON AVENUE MARKET OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. WE SELL ONLY U.S. CHO-CE AND U.S. PRIME GOVERNMENT GRADED KOSHER AEAT £ POULTRY CHICKEN PARTS Breasts. Thighs, Wings, Backs Chicken Fat, Chicken Livers Genuine Capons, Pullets, Broilers and Fryers, Individual Squab Broilers %  : : ALL KOSHER MADE! READY FOR THE PAN! # MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR



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iday, September 1, 1931 +Je*i§fi ffcridT/for r Page 5-B Israeli Pianist To Perform Here A Enthusiasts of the Community! The six concerts for the co>Concert Assn. are being notified ieaS on include such major a that David Bar-Illian. 26-year-o: I ._ fop muslc lover [n l.-raeh p:ani.-t. hailed as the "music ,. find of the century." will come to aiana P lls Symphony conducted by days. A ImissionS to single i >rta Miami Beach following a European I^<->r Solomon, the Detroit SymI be accepted, he sa tour and perform here wr.h the D'' y. Chicago. Opera Ba. I I • the cone be held at pianist Leonard Pennano. anj vio Joseph Silverstein. Spokesman for the Community •-. Herman A. Binder, : that subscriptions to the series will probably close within 36 •*•. rectoj ledical 'e cod 'edical Uni. School ses in Asian Enable blemg %  m If : touches to round out the coming season of the Community Concert Assn. are given at a special meeting between Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka, Mrs. Irvin Greene, mem:p chairman, and Herman A. Binder, senior vice presd nl of the Community Concert Assn. Mayor Oka is the group's president. An important addition will be the firsti performance in the south of the brilliant young Israeli mist, David Bar-Illian. He will appear with the Detroit S -r.phony Orchestra. larration Due I Beth Am fashions to be Shown Fashions by Nat Allen, of Hollywood, will be shown at Temple On Saturday, at 11:30 p.m. Tern Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood's paid p'e Beth Am will present a dramatup membership social Wednesday c narration on the theme if forevening. Refreshments will be mess directed by Mr<. [rving served. issisted by her husband, Irv-j |i VV>If. Pirticipating are Dr. Bernard rstein, Barton Udell, Sanford r'i.ice and Irving Wolf r '• play will be followed by a %  n Inight Selichot service conducti y Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kadner and %  mple choir directed by Mrs. i >rt Baumgard. service will be performed Sinai Auxiliary Opens Season Opening board -meeting for the year 1961-62 of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital will be held Friday. Sept. 8. 10:30 a.m., in Louis Wolfson Auditorium. Highlight of the morning will be the capping of a corps of 26 Pink Ladies, members of the Auxiliary ). andlelight. without t le use of who havc earned the tltle o{ „ Vol prayer books, and was wrt'ten by Rabb: Baumgard. % WNDFRBfflO %  RESORT MOTEL ^^ woaio's Mosr luxumovi PERSONALIZED CATERING TO BANQUETS SM All OR LARGE DINNER PARTIES, ENGAGEMENTS, BAR MITZVAHS, WEDDINGS and ANNIVERSARIES SUPERLATIVE SERVICE and the WORLD'S FINEST FOODS! For Comp)te Information Aaron Courshon Paul and A'birt Pollak Owner-Mir i jf.-ntni Wilson 7 4521 CALL ARTHUR TEICHNER AJERING VANAGER On the Ocean at 185th St. Miami Beach, Florida untary Service Aides" through a comprehensive period of orientation and training under the supervision of the hospital's professional nursing staff. The capping will be performed by Mrs. Carmen F. Ross, director of nursing and education at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, serving as president of the Auxiliary for a second term, will conduct the business portion of the meeting. troit Symphony Orchestra News of trie unexpected local presentation of the brilliant young Israeli pianist led Mayor Kenneth Oka. president of the Community Concert Assn.. to make time for a special meeting with concert officials to help launch the program Mayor Oka left almost immediately to fly to trie Scandinavian countries where, with leading businessmen, he will promote ini terest in American tourism and culture. With him, he took for personal distribution dozens o' the Community Concert Assn. programs. Cancer Institute Given $10,000 Veterans of Foreign Wars, Women's Auxiliary, has given a gift of SlO.ooo to the Cancer Institute of Miami. Present at the gift-giving cere mony were Dr. Ralph Jacks, chairman of the medical committee; Leo Ackerman. president; Leonard Egert. pa-t president; and Herman Binder, chairman of the education committee. Also present at the ceremonies %  >n Aug 24 were Mrs. Milton Smith and Mrs. Henry Gewitz. past president of the Institute's women's chapter of Miami Shores. Meanwhile, the Cancer Institute hoard of directors has voted to change the name of the organization to the Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute at Miami. The new name honors Dr. George N. Papanicolaou. recently-appointed director, who came here from Cornell University. Dr. Papanicolaou is world renowned for the development of the "Pap" test, a smear designed to determine the presence of internal cancer in women. soloists Jan reerce. Lois Mar n j Beach Auditorium. have a truly luxurious wedding lltZV banquet at the exciting • Fabulous *\t\w*. at sensiiiis prices! Because of our matchless facilities, and experienced management •rid expertly t-aired staff, we can ser.e any event for much less than you could imagine' Yet you wll enjoy all the glamour %  nd excitement of Miami Beach's newest luxury hotel' And remember-here at the Seville— l luncheon for ten or a banquet for over i thousand can be served with the same gracious ease 1 Cotisi.lt ts steti Catering hnanaqer Call ESTELIE POLAK | Seville Also Available Strictly Kosher Caferina JEfferson 2-2811 OCEANFRONT. Nth TO 30th STREETS. MIAMI BEACH Bebe Idelson Club Meeting Mrs. Isaac Offenhenden, president, will conduct Pioneer Women, Bebe Idelson Club's first meeting of t h e fall season on Thursday. Sept. 7, 1 p.m., in the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. bldg. Refreshments will be served. Have that •Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or o private party I Swim Lunch Party Flagler-Granada Jewish Sisterhood sponsored a "swim lunch party" Tuesday. Aug. 29. at the home of Mrs. Adele Kaye. 670) SW 68th ter. Chairmen were Mesdames Cerella and Sylvia Shankman.


giai i i and Hal rj Linsl found Ihi j could
ni orida and out of thei are now making
in North Miami Beach Harry is an
. e famous Saral i m al
. ] mute lo Chica spei n cek< ids
mter Patricia tering kinder-
ber Son, Herbt rt, is ,.,,
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me for a family celebral i r ith Blanche's
haries Jacobson, ol Coral Gables, who
r 15th anniversary 'his week .. .
- .!.- Heifetz, rather of Blanche and Ruth, expected
i ;-i c< 111 illness in our health-giving Min-
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.,: Dr Shcppard S. (Marcelle) Povlins
,, .-,. \Y. to celebrate 'he 5u;h wedding anniversary
,. i Mr, and Mrs. Samuel J. Cahn, 2814 Collins ave.
fi lications will be the rest oi their family Sun
I h I n of Metropolitan Synagogue, his wife and their
, : :> r *h( will be observing his Car Mitzvah around the
; am Cahn. assistanl district attorney, his wife
..- .....ungsters, Neil, Jeffrey and Lawrence Son
; lo the former Steltenic Mahler, of New Rochelle .
aula Louise and husband. Marvin Sherman And
n bteven Jay Sherman ... Dr. Povlin is chief of the
\ .. 5 Hospital in Peeksville, NY. The two Povlin children
i it -even grandchildren in all for the senior Cahns, who have
|i n ; Beach tor three years.
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a special invitation in his pocket from the Israeli gov-
< !:l ;o design home furnishings lor them. Henry and Jessie
I ,i iheir daughter Lindsay. 9. left Monday for an extensive
Irij broad First slop will be Bermuda to look over interiors
id ni bj Henry lor the new Carlton Beach hotel there .
' several days in London, a stop in Rome, and Israel by thti
ol Siptembei This will be a return visit for Knd he
spenl lour years mere as a member of the RAK during World
War II .
Near the er.d of a six week, 10.000-miIe motor trip are Dr.
<,. Leon Shallow;.y. wife, Bette. and their three sons David, Les-
ter and Alan Trip west covered all the sightseeing- spots in
eluding Carlsbad Caverns, Petrified Forest. Painted Desert,
Meteoi Crater, Grand Canyon. Hoover Dam. Calico (a ghost town,
neyland Sequoia. Yoscmite and Yellowstone National Parks
Acuities extended to swimming in the Great Salt Lake in
l l< visilil g friends in Denver, yarning in Las Vegas and a dip
down to Juarez, Mexico But it won't be long before the Shallo
Wi ya will all be home at 18801 NE 21st ave., Sky Lake.
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Jane Leeds chose a really unique way to celebrate her birth-
riaj this August an authentic geisha party in Tokyo ... Is
t) ging back some "terrific pictures'" of herself and husband.
Charles, in traditional kimonas. surrounded by geisha girls .
Thej have already visited the Hawaiian Islands, which they found
"fabul tus." arid are very excited about a tour of Japan which will
i faipei (capital of Free China", Manilla and Hong Kong .
More descriptive adjectives, these from Roz and Whitey Kirsh-
bei .. find Mexico beautiful" and Acapulco enchanting.''
-
Visitor who will be returning soon to New York is Susan Dub-
lei who been spending the summer with her grandparents,
irris Dublers, a* m rs ol the Raleigh hold .
visitor from California, 18-year-oh Guj Johnson,
v- t week with his grandparents, Mr and
'' nl ... -! 1330 Drexel ave. ii has just enlisted
' med i is ..bi"..i lo ii ave for overs* be
-
. visit to Europe are Dr. and Mrs. Gei
n 1177 NE 91sl ter.. Miami Shores Tin;
' Vienna Rome and Ma irid .
know n ".Kami psj i hiatrist .
uph with a month lo spend In Europe, are Al
ki.'pcr ayfront Manor apts. Left a fi
u kr .. York preparation for the ti p will be
sts...
Stanley C. fMartha) Myers are spending their
"' in H ndersonville, N.C... .
Im-i Mian i vacationers: the Stanley Scberers, of So. Miami
Mew York; Mr. and Mrs. George l'ei/oii. of Homestead,
''. i eti< ul .
'versing the process, from New York. Mr. and Mrs. Max L.
Wolfe, motored down to visit daughter and son-in-law, Judy and
' Burger, and their two youngsters in So. Miami Heights .
Also made a stop in Maryland with another daughter.
-
Anne Skulnick, the -Ace" of Hilda's Ace Beauty Salon on
Arthur Godfrey rd., would be immensely cheered, while she's in
Mt. Sinai Hospital, by greetings from her many friends .
Joe Durant, of the State Attorneys office, host to Payne Wil-
liams, lil. at the Candlelight Inn in Coconut Grove Saturday night
Williams is a television producer with NBC in Columbia. S.C.
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At the new Summit hotel in New York are Mr. and Mrs
George (Martha) Schwartz They are visiting relatives and
prior to a fail trip lo Brazil with Fcdders dealers .
Vice Mayor and Mrs Malvin (Sophia) Englander. of Miami
Beach due back tins weekend from Seattle, where he represented
-h* -': al the American Municipal Assn. confab .
Mn Herbert (Mildred) Bernstein have returned from
a vacation trip to New York and Washington, D.C
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A former Miss Universe, Mrs. G. David Schine
(second from right), is the first Cedars oi Leb-
anon Auxiliary member to enroll as an in-
service volunteer. She is shown modeling
the turquoise uniiorm of the Cedars Volunteer
Legion, as she signs the roster. Commend-
ing the prominent socialite are (left to right'1
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, chairman of the
Oct. 5 Cedars' Open House; Mrs. Nathaniel
Levin, Auxiliary president; and Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers, chcirman of the forthcoming Gelder*
Giit of Gucidicnship Luncheon.
In-Serv'ce Training Sessions for Cedars
Volunteers Being Stepped-Up Here
0 PUDGES TOID PACE 3B
With a tentative opening dale
for Cedars "i Lebanon Hospital set
fir November. 1961. ihe in service
training sessions lor Auxiliary vol-
unteers are being stepped up. ac-
ci rding to an announcement made
Ihi! week by Mrs Nathaniel M. Le-
\in. Auxiliary president.
"Our target date is Nov. 1. We
hope lo have a minimum of 100
fully-trained volunteers rwady by
thai time.'" she said.
A group oi trainees preparing for
work in the Gift shop underwent
;: intensive session last week at
the home ol Mrs. Robert Werner
Kith hospital administrator San-
ford K. Bornstein as Instructor.
Mrs Morris Blau heads the Gift
Shop volunteers.
Emphasis in the training courses
- being placed upon a three-point
i oncepl ol ndn idual service: (l i
ep and sinc r< desire lo work
. volunteer; 12 willingni
-( r\e a -: i c fied numtx r of hours
days; (3) willi lo under-
rati ira ning progr im
j |< velop thi se skills which
< an be of use in helping the hospi-
tal patient.
Mrs. Levin said '.his week that
ever) member of the Women's
Auxiliary has bun Invited to par-
ticipate in the program.
"Women are needed lo do the
many little things to make a pa-
tient's slay eomlortable and to
speed his recovery," she said.
Among the varied duties of V0 un
leers an such activities as es-
corting newly admitted patients,
sorting and delivering mail anil
flowers, working in the Gift Shop,
and acquainting the new paUenl
v.itli ,i.s roc
Thi j will also receive trai
in ihe manner in which nu es i
prop* r opi rat.a;
adjustment of roam air-condil
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A. li be giver an
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e specific dum
Levin incica
iouthgate Moonlight Cruise
Southgate group oi Hadassah will
sponsor a mconiight cruise on Sat-
urday, 8 p.m.. on the Dream Boat,
which will dock at Southgale Tt>w-
ers Pht No, 1. There will be danc-
ing and entertainment. Reserva-
fK.ns may be made with Mrs. Jack
Homelsky, who is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Sisterhood Will
Meet New Rabbi
First Dado Heights Jewish Con-
gregation Sisterhood meeting of
the fall season will serve to intro-
duce Rabbi Humid Richter to Sis-
terhood members. Mrs. Emanuel
Mandel w.l! deliver the invocation.
"he event. Wednesday al 8 p.m.,
will include a skit, "Trial by Jew-
i v." un< .: the directii ol Mrs.
.'.:. .. : presu i nt ol Sis-
(I rai will be res< nted lo
lb< i r.tii. grcgati) n Monday
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OrganizaKon President to Get Specie!
Preview Tour of Cedars Hospital Sept. 7
Miami's newest hospital lhat was
"custom built'" for patient care and
comfort will offer a sneak preview
to community leaders on Thursday,
Sept. 7.
Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin, presi-
dent oi Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
Auxiliary, said that some 223 wom-
en presidents of Dade's top organi-
zations will be on hand to tour the
282-bed non-sectarian hospital, and.
hear talks by staff physicians.
Chairman of the "Presidents'
Preview" is Mrs. Sydney L Wein-
traub who, together With ca-chair-
man Mrs. Ted Loftorman and Mrs
Albert Pick, will olliciate as chair-
men of the first public Open House
ceremonies on Oct. 5.
"These club presidents represerrt
thousands of civic minded women
of our community who are i>-'<" ^
ly Interested in Miami's popula-
tion growth, the desperate need lor
hospital beds, and the most ad-
vanced methods Qf patient care and
research." said Mrs. Levin.
"They have been selectee, by
Cedars officials as the first to t;ct
a glimpse ol our progress in pro-
viding this city with a remarkable
hospital which was planned and
designed with Just one paramount
thought in mind: to oiler the most
up-to-date facilities available and
provide the ultimate in patient com-
fort and care."
The women leaders Will be r*-
quested to act as official li..'~on
lor ihe participation Of her 01
cation in the city-wide Open House
. < xi month.
Follow behind-the-sc< i
JWVA Leader
In New Post
: n nation!: e< nven'ion
ish .' Veterans
..ii y (!<(. d Mrs Ted
: gstor i i llialeah, to Ihe office
i al nal coi du< li i
Mrs. Lir.g.ston is a member of
lh< Department "I Florida Ladies'
Auxiliary.
The Florida Auxiliary was also
it-presented by Mis. Max LeVine,
new president, and Mesdames Oh-
i c Rosenthal, Zelda Glass, Joyce
Leif and Sidney Schoen, Auxiliary
presioeats. and Mrs Hy Morris and
Mrs. Leo Ooodman. delegates.
lour, ihe presidents will be lunch-
eon guests oi the Cedars Auxiliary.
The program will be highlighted
h\ a bnei commentary conducted
by specialists m the lields of sur-
gery, obstetrics, cardiology, pedia-
irics, pathology and orthopedics.
Participating in the Presidents'
Preview null be Sanford K Bron-
Btein, hos] ital administrator, and
umber <>l local hctlth and wel-
, as well as represen-
Uitives 'i city am gov-
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Page 14-A vJewisti Meridian Friday, September 1, 1961 OH the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN Noted Columnist Keen Observer of the Madness Around Us COR THE PAST twentyfive years, %  David Schwartz has been writing a weekly column for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency in the tradition of the brilliant feuilletonists of another day. (Mr. Schwartz begins this week where Mr. Ziprin leaves off.—Ed.). Now he has collected his sheaves into bookform under the modest title "Hainan Taschen and Rothschild's Millions" when a more fitting one would have been "Midrash David." The publishers (Twayne) describe the book as a collection of Jewish wit and humor, but it is more than that description encompasses, for it derives its roots not alone from folk vision but from sacred tome, history and human experience. David Schwartz is a keen observer of his surroundings, of the madness about us, and he reacts to the climate not with wearisome semantics in the style of the sophisticates, but "with a Kumor and satire that not only pierce but illuminate the theme, the midrash. Essentially a sad person, Schwartz likes to rock himself into security to the tune of wit. Chochma, wisdom, through the ages has been a weapon of Jewish survival, and it is brilliantly reflected in every page of the 206page volume. There is no theme he touches to which the author does not bring an appropriate anecdote or adage. Nor is there a theme he touches that stands by itself. Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Will the Administration Stand Up to Nasser? Washington THIRTY-FIVE merchant ~hips living :he United States Hag. and an equal number of American-owned vessels under foreign colors, are haunting Secretary ol Labor Arthur J Coldberg. All thtse ships are barred from Arab seaports. The labor rights oi American sea men are affected. These ships stir the memory of the D4 w Labor Secretary because, only last year, he negotiated with the previous Administration on this very same problem. It erupted then when U. S. seamen demonstrated against the Arab blacklisting tactics by picketing the Egyptian ship -Cleopatra." in New York harbor. .Mr. Goldberg, then special counsel of the AFL-CIO, obtained through tedious negotiations a policy statement in Washington on the U. S. Government attitude toward American rights in Arab ports. The State Department was eager for American picketing of the -Cleopatra" to cease. Mr. Goldberg sought firm commitments from the DepartOverseas Newsletter: B y ELIAHU SALPETER The Drama is Over Jerusalem THE TRIAL of the Jewish people against Adolf Eichmann ended after four months and three days of drama, pain, sorrow, as well as pride. The initial drama of the Jewish people in a sovereign state, for the first time in history trying one of its arch persecutors, never left the r.eon-lighted, modern auditorium of Beit Ha'am, where, behind rows of correspondents of the entire world press, hundreds of Israelis and tourists sat daily through the recounting of the tragedy of the holocaust by the Attorney General, by survivors of Nazism and through the lengthy legalistic arguments. The trial revived the pain of millions in Israel and abroad, since there was hardly a Jewish household in Europe which did not lose a major part of its members in the Nazi extermination program. In long days of sorrow, millions recalled their parents, wives, husbands, sisters, brothers and children who perished in Auschwitz. Maidanek. Treblinka. Dachau and hundreds of other localities whose German names will forever remain cursed in Jewish history. But the trial also created a feeling of pride; pride in the, individual heroism of uncounted men, women and children who faced death without losing their God-given human image. The simple words in which some witnesses described their experiences in the inferno created by M me human beings against others, were hardly ever surpassed by the greatest works of world literature. There was also pride in the indestructibility of the human spirit, which not only at the edge of the grave, but even in the grave itself, did not give up hope; pride in the tens of thousands of human beings, many thousands of them non-Jews and a very lew even Germans, who risked and even sacrificed their own lives to save fellow beings. The trial also gave a feeling of pride to the young generation of Israelis who. during the trial, 1< arned that not only was there individual heroism in those who went to their death meekly, but that tens of thousands resisted despite unbelievable odds; and that the Warsaw Ghetto revolt was not the only mass uprising—there were tens of others in ghettos, concentration camps and even in Auschwitz. The" people of Israel and the entire Jewish people could take pride also in the dignified manner in whic-n the trial was conducted. There was sorrow on the faces of the judges., sometimes even a tinge of anger, when Eichmann stretched well into absurdity and even abuse, in his denials and evasiveness. But there wasnot the slightest sign of vindictiveness in the entire proceedings. ment. which was represented by Acting Secretary of State C. Douglas Dillon. Today, Mr. Dillon, as Treasury Secretary, serves in the Cabinet with Mr. Goldberg, the man he faced across the conference table. 11 Washington continues appeasement of the Arab blockade, both face possible embarrassment. Rep. William FittS Ryan, New York Democrat, this month charged in a House speech that American ships were subjected to Arab bigotry because they dared call at Israeli ports. Rep. Ryan said: "U. S. crew members have been held in violation of International law. For instance, the crew of the freighter "Westport" was held aboard ship lor 22 days at the Port of Suez. Such treatment of American merchant seamen has caused the Seafarers International Union to make repeated protests." The Arabs have continued adding to their blacklist of American ships. Surrender of the State Department to Arab pressure was protested recently by President Joseph Curran, of the National Maritime Union. Mr Curran asked President Kennedy to stop -continued United Arab Republic violations of the principle of the lreedom of the seas with respect to Israeli ships and to her ships trading with Israel." The NMU head cautioned the White House that a continuation of Arab tactics could result in a counter-boycott by the 6.500.000 members of the International Transport Workers Federation. Mr. Curran complained specifically about Nasser's restrictions against American ships destined through the Suez Canal to or from Israel. He protested ihat American merchant seamen were subjected to indignities and abuse by the Arabs. The State Department answered the NMU by announcing the provision of U. S. rockets to Nasser. Mr. Curran's protest was, in effect, rejected in an official letter by U. Alexis Johnson, Deputy Undersecretary of State. Mr. Johnson said that "strong pressure applied unilaterally by a Government, or by private groups, would not only cause sharp resentment but would also complicate quiet efforts to achieve progress." Mr. Johnson maintained that the Department had received no complaints against Arab blockade practices. Yet, at that very time, the Department was secretly backing efforts to delete an anti-blockade clause from the Mutual Security Act. The Department was mindful of Arab votes at the coming session of the United Nations General Assembly. Secretary' Goldberg, on May 6, 1960, extracted a policy statement from the Stare Department. Picketing of the ••Cleopatra" was ended. Mr. Goldberg told the press that labor would observe future developments and make sure the Government lived up to its commitments. Today, Mr. Goldberg is not only a member of the government; he is charged with the burden of responsibility in the area of labor. As Labor Secretary. Mr. Goldberg got olt to a superb start by settling a New York tugboat strike within 72 hours alter having been sworn into office last January. President Kennedy, whose full confidence he enjoys, gave Mr. Goldberg added responsibilities—the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission, the Missiles Labor Commission, and the Labor Management Advsory Committee. The nation is waiting to see if the Administration will stand up to Nasser. Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Always he finds strikingly original relationships to other events and persons. The volume essentially savors of folk wisdom, lore, legend and Jewish tale, yet it is replete with erudition and history, not in the textbook but in the human sense. To every subject he touches. Schwartz introduces a paragraph, a page, a line Irom history and from tomes of wisdom, ancient and modern. The world to the author does not move in a vacuum, nor is it a missile that has lost its path or its links with the gencrations of man. There is continuity in history and in human relationships, and it is against this perspective that Schwartz pours out his wit. It would be easy to belabor this point with COuntlest illustrations. A few will suffice. In a column or. Purim he remarks that the Book of Esther alkcted America! history. For a moment the reader pauses in surprise, in disbelief. But Schwartz quickly brings him out of the daze with a brilliant explanation. When ratification "f the Constitution was before the Massachusetts state convention, a preacher objected to its adoption on the ground that il did not mention God. One of the delegates, a young lawyer, retorted that the omission was r.ot fatal since some of the biblical books had not mentioned God either. When the stunned preacher demanded proof, the young lawyer produced the Book of Esther and the ('institution was of course ratified. The men of the Midrash, he ruminates elsewhere, -seemed to like their heroes a little earthy." and he treats us to a salt] story about a rabbi in the days of the Talmud who was so delighted at couples being married that he would geek out weddings and dance with the bride in his arms to exhaustion. When one of his pupils asked him whether he might not emulate his teacher in that respect, the rabbi replied yes. but only it there were no sinful intentions. %  Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ On Doing a Mitzvah THE GOOD Jew is happy for the %  chance to do a Mitzvah. The rabis of old pointed out that the Jew s iave no less than Taryag or 613 litzvahs to perform. What other eople have been vouchsafed so lany? they asked. Blessed inlead are the seed (-1 Abraham, saac and Jacob. oi iuuii


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the L 1 by ISABEL GROVE Blai i ii and Harry L nsky, found thej c< and out of thei are now making e in North Miami Beach Harry is an (he famous Sarah Sid %  • oom at thi end vt ci mmute li Chii pei ki ids • tering kindei Son,. Herbi rt, is Ihi >I?tro Re< time for a fam celebration with Blanche's harles Jacobson, >J Coral Gables, who • %  • 15th anniversary this week Sadii Heifetz, mother of Blanche and Ruth, expected aleci in m a recent illness in our health-giving sun• • i at thi Dr Sheppard S (Marcelle) Povlins ,. ,.\.Y to celebrate the 50ih wedding anniversary Mi and Mrs. Samuel J. Cahn, 2814 Collins ave. f< licaiions will he ihe resl oi their family Son i .,. h ahn, of Metropolitan Synagogue his wife and ilieir ctor *h< wi : be observing his Bar Mitzvah around ihe ra Cahn, assistant district attorney, his wife thrc-i youngsters, Neil. Jeffrey and Lawrence Son rhed to the former Steffenie Mahler, of New Hochelle la Louise and husband. Marvin Sherman And son Steven Jay Sherman Dr. Povlin is chief of the \ rrans Hospital in Peeksville, N.Y. The two Povlin children n grandchildren in all for the senior Cahns, who have i D Miami Beach lor three year?. -* • "— With a special invitation in his pocket from the Israeli govi put to design home furnishings lor them. Henry and Jessie Bud and their daughter Lindsay, 9. left Monday lor an extensive Irij abroad Fir-: stop will be Bermuda to look over interiors designed by Henry lor the new Carlton Beach hotel there rhen several days in London, a stop in Rome, and Israel by thu middli Oi Siptembei This will be a return visit for End — he : pi nl four years there as a member of the RAF during World War ll Near the end of a six-week. 10.000-mile motor trip are Dr. I. Leon Shalloway, wife. Bette. and their three sons David. Lesler and Alan Trip west covered all the sightseeing spots ineluding Carlsbad Caverns, Petrified Forest. Painted Desert. Metei 'later. Grand Canyon. Hoover Dam. Calico ta ghost town'. Disneyland Sequoia. Yosemite and Yellowstone National Parks Activities extended to swimming in the Great Salt Lake in • visiting friends in Denver, gaming in Las Vegas and a dip down to Juarez. Mexico But it won't be long be-fore the Shalioways will all be home at 18801 NE 21st ave.. Sky Lake. • - days last week with Ins grandparents, Mr and v%  nl 1 30 Drexel ave. ii. has jusl i nlisted 1 forces is about to leave for overseas, •* • v is it lo Europe are Dr, and Mrs. Get %  n, 1177 SE Olsl tex Miami Shore: Thi %  ., i. Vienna, Roi le and Ma irid •• Miami psychiatrist %  ;; li %  h .. mi nth to spend in iropi are Mian "'.'.> thi Bayfronl Manor apts. Left a few u fir New Yoi preparation for the trip which will be • gists Stanley C, 'Martha. Myers are spending their "' Hendersonville, N.C. Miami vacationers: the Stanley Scherers, of So. Miami % %  < -.i is, in New York: Mr. and Mrs. George lei/oit. of Homestead, in Connecticut i versing the process, from New York. Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Wolfe, motored down to visit daughter and son-in-law, Judy and ; • %  Burger, and their two youngsters in So. Miami Heights Il 0 made a step in Maryland with another daughter. %  • Anne Skulnick, the "Ace" of Hilda's Ace Beauty Salon on Arthur Godfrey rd., would be immensely cheered, while she's in Mt. Sir.a: Hospital, by greetings from her many friends Joe Durant, of the State Attorneys office, host to Payne Williams, 111, at the Candlelight Inn in Coconut Grove Saturday night %  • %  Williams is a television producer with NBC in Columbia. S.C. -m • HI Al the new Summit hotel in New York are Mr. and Mrs. George (Martha) Schwartz They are visiting relatives and friends prior to a fall trip to Brazil with Fodders dealers Vice Mayor and Mrs Malvin (Sophia) Englander, of Miami Beach due back tins weekend from Seattle, where he represented the -!;• at the American Municipal Assn. confab Mr. and Mrs Herbert (Mildred) Bernstein have returned from a vacation trip to New York and Washington. D C, 0(7, ovnain s UJorfJ iJewiislti Floridian Micmi, Florida, Friday, September 1, 1961 Section B A former Miss Universe, Mrs. G. David Schine (second from right), is the first Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary member to enroll as an inservice volunteer. She is shown modeling the turquoise uniform of the Cedars Volunteer Legion, as she signs the roster. Commending the prominent socialite are (left to right' 1 Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, chairman of ths Oct. 5 Cedcrs' Open House; Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, Auxiliary president; and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chciiman of the forthcoming Golden Gift of Gucidicnship Luncheon. in-Service Training Sessions for Cedars Volunteers Being Stepped-Up Here MORE PUDGtS TOID PACt 3B With a tentative opening dale Jor Cedars of Lebanon Hospital set (or November. 1961, ihe in-service training sessions lor Auxiliary volunteers are being stepped up. acc-( rding to an announcement macie this week by Mrs Nathaniel M. Levin. Auxiliary president. "Our target date is Nov. 1. We hope to have a minimum of 100 fully-trained volunteers ready by that time." she said. A troup of trainees preparing lor work in the Gift Shop underwent ;: intensive session last week at the home of Mrs. Robert Werner \ ith hospital administrator Sanford K. Bornstein as instructor. Mrs Morris Blau heads the Gift Shop volunteers. Emphasis in the training courses being placed upon a three-pom; %  pi ndn idual service: u ) (.( e p and sinceri desire lo work ; -. oluntei r; l 2 willingness to serve a specified number oi hours and days; (3) willingness to underg pro :,. j level :• those skills which can be of use in helping the hi i la) patient. Mrs. Levin .said this week that every member of the Women's Auxiliary has been invited to par tin pale in the program. "Women are needed to do the many little things to make a pat (nt's stay eomlortable and to speed Ml recovery." she said. Among the varied duties of volunteers are such activities a-, escorting newly admitted patients, sorting and delivering mail and flowers, working in the %  >'' rize thi I > specific i E. Levin inaica louthgate Moonlight Cruise Southgate group oi Hadassah will sponsor a mconiight cruise on Saturday, 8 p.m.. on the Dream Boat, which will dock a; Southgate Towers Pier No. 1. There will be dancing and entertainment. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Jack Homelsky, who is in charge of arrangements. Sisterhood Will Meet New Rabbi First Dado Heights Jewish Con%  ( ;::, sisterhood mooting of the fall season will serve to introduce Rabbi Harold Richtei ::i Sisterhood members. Mr-. Emanuel Mandel will deliver thiinvocation. "he event, Wednesday at 8 p.m., c i. de a skit, "Trial by Jewry," undei the directii of Mrs Ailli r, past presti i nl oi SisLi tod 'rogram will be • res< nted lo thi cr.1 : gregatii n Monday PVI in| % % %  •;• I Organization Presidents to Get Speciel Preview Tour of Cedars Hospital Sept. 7 Miami's newest hospital that was "CUStom-built" lor patient care and comfort will offer a sneak preview to community leaders on Thursday, Sept. 7. Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin, president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary, said that some 225 women presidents of Dade's top organizations will be on hand to tour the 282-bed non-sectarian hospital, and hear talks by stall physicians. Chairman of the Presidents" Preview" la Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub who. logother with co-chairman Mrs. Ted Lot term an and Mrs fUberl Pick, will officiate as chairmen of the first public Open House ceremonies on Oct. 5. "Those dub presidents represent thousands of civic-minded women of our community who are intei sr ly interested in Miami's population growth, the desperate need for hospital beds, and the most advanced methods of patient care and research." said Mrs. Levin. "They have been selected by Cedars officials as the first to get a glimpse of our progress in providing this city with a remarkable hospital which was planned and designed with just one paramount thought in mind: to offer the most up-to-date facilities available and provide the ultimate in patient comfort and care." The women leaders will be requested to act as official liaison for the participation of her 01 zation lr. the city-wide Open House r.ex: r.<>r.;h. Follow rig Ihi bihmd-thc-MJ WVA Leader hi Kew Post %  1 ii recci nation! ntion ; i W a Veterans I iary electi ci Mrs. Ted ; • gs 11 •. ; lialeah, to the office 1 : conduct!*) Mrs. Lingston is a member of Ihi Department of Florida Ladies' ciliary. The Florida Auxiliary was also represented by Mrs. Max LeVine, new president, and Mesdamcs ObI c Rosenthal, Zelda Class. Joyce Leif and Sidney Sohoen, Auxiliary i e ii eats, and Mrs Hy Morris and Mr. Leo Goodman, delegates. tour, the presidents will be luncheon guests oi the Cedars Auxiliary. The program will be highlighted hv a brief commentary conducted hy specialists m the fields of surgery, obstetrics, cardiology, pediatrics, pathology and orthopedics. Participating in the Presidents' Preview A ill ho Sanford K BronBtein, bosj ital administrator, and B number <>t local hetlth and wel!, r< fficials, as well as representative! '1 city and count) govcrnment agencies,



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Friday. September 1. 1961 +Jmts§incrkUarj Page 3-B More Pledges Told at Cedars /.t a recent Chamber of Commerce conference in Washing;\C., are (left to right) Mrs. Rheo Cashman Gladwin. deletrom the Chamber of Commerce of Surfside, Bal Harbour and Bay Harbor Islands; Rep. Paul Rogers; Mrs. Olive Munch, ":ary of the Southeast region of the Women's Divisions : Chambers of Commerce; and U.S. Sen. George Smothers. Gladwin and Mrs. Munch are leavina soon to attend a convention of women in Chamber of Commerce work sched;or Savannah, Ga. by Auxiliary mem the totals over the Practical Nurses 'Capped 1 at Sinai id Heatter was guest spcak. • the graduation of the Septem196] class of !he ML Sinai HosScnool of Practical Nursing: i •) Wednesday evening in Wolfson / dilorium. Heatter, known for his many years of radio and television com-! mniary, discussed "The Role ofj t h e Practical Nurse in Today's World." The ceremonies mark the 10th an-: tiivt rsary of the school which, with the graduation of the 39 students/ school has trained some 250 i radical mines. The one-year pro-i i of instruction and nursing i : i rience is the only course in Florida accredited by the National Assn. for Practical Nurse Educaand Service, as well as the. Board of Nursing, and the 1 i i rans' Administration %  30 l guests, family, friends lumni ..present for the nine-, which were conducted t> Mrs. Philip Lefkowi'z. former Auxiliary president, and i by .i Gerald Lewis, presl i he hospital. pai licipating v ere Samuel ( xpeutive director, Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes. president. : Women's Auxiliary, and Dr. Milton j Jacobson. new president of the me.iical staff, who presented: awards. Diplomas were awarded by Mrs. Carmen F. Ross, directori of nursing and nursing education, | and Mrs. Roberta Holloway, assistant director of nursing education. Judea Women To Open Season "Getting to Know You" will be the theme of the first fall meeting of Temple Judea Sisterhood on Wednesday evening at the Temple. President Mrs. A. David Gold berg will introduce Mrs. Mordccai Podet. wife of the Temple's new rabbi, as well as old and new membf rs of Sisterhood. Procram chairman is Mrs. Alfred Reich, a past president Hospitality an>," plaj d a leading role in "Visit :c a Small Planet," .'.rid recently performed at Coconut Grove Playhouse with Mae West in "Sextet." Eikur Cholim Board Meeting Board of <: rectors of tbf Bikur j Cholim (i thi Israelite Centei w meet next Wednesday, l p.m the Center, 8198 SW 24th ti i Fil .regular meeting of the season w II 1 Sept 13, also at U ( Center, ;.t i p.m. You'd better open or add to your Dade Federal savings account by Sept. 11th so you'll receive dividends from the 1st 5 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU "One ol'lhe Nations %  „ Oldest and largest" JJade Federal &AVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION ofMIAMI lUStPrrM IIP10N, President OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 170 MILLION DOLLARS Musical Program Precedes Service A musical program featuring strings will be heard at Beth David Sisterhood's annual reception preceding Selichol services at Beth David on Saturday evening, 10 p.m. Refreshments will be served at the social hour prior to the midBight service, which inaugurates ;he High Holy Day season. Rabbi Norman Shapiro will officiate at the service, assisted by Cantor William Lipson and the Beth David Choir. 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Friday. September 1, 1961 +Jewlsi) ilorHi cm Page 11-A Unite: ; Fund volunteer leadership continues to map out plans for the 1962 campaign. Mrs. Ruth Braunstein discusses strategy with J. J. MacCallum (left) and George Valentine, district chaiirr.an of Miami Beach north of 87th ter. MacCallum serves as Special Gifts chairman in this area, and Mrs. Braunstein is district vice chairman. United Fund needs volunteers, who may apply at FR 7-3036. at BABY TIME Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your .life. HI 84994 WELCOME WAGON Mapai Dealing for Coalition Cabinet Continued from Page 1-A would decline nomination for election as Speaker of the fifth Knesset, when the new House is organized. In that case—and if the Liberal Party becomes a partner ID the next coalition Government— Mapai may propose the Speakership go to Dr. Pinhas Rosen, Minister of Justice in the outgoing Government, and a leader of the Liberals. Mr Rosen has reportedly said he would "not want to be included in any Government formed by BenGurion." He is still "angry" over Mr. Ben-Gurion's refusal to accept ;i Ministerial Report made to the last Government clearing former Defense Minister Pinhas La von of responsibility for a security mishap in 1954. Meanwhile the Mapam and Achdut Avodah parties continued their efforts to prevent the formation of a Mapai-dominated Cabinet. They are propo.wng that all former coali; tion partners draw up a "minimum coalition program" which they would present as a condition for joining the Government. Their proposals as indicated by Achdut Avo1 dah leaders also aim at obtaining i an undertaking from all four prospective partners to the coalition not to join any Cabinet separately. The "minimum program" would call for the establishment of a National Defense Council to supervise the activities of the Defense Ministry. It would also demand Cabinet decisions on all important security or foreign policy issues. The left wing's readiness to enter a coalition witn the Liberals appears to be a shift in policy. Less than two years ago they made it a condition of their joining the Cabinet that the General Zionists not be invited to join. The Liberals have promised their supporters that they would not join any government in which their influence is not strong mainly through control of important portfolios such as Commerce and Industry or Finance Some of the Liluyal leaders, on the other hand, are speaking of remaining in "constructive" opposition since they do not believe they can obtain the necessary strength in the government. Late this week, the Central Election Committee officially announced the distribution ot the 120 -•cats in the new Knesset The Mapai party was apportioned 42; Liberals, 17; Herut. 17; National Religious Party, 12; Mapam. 'J; Achdut Avodah. 8: Agudah and Poalei Agudah. 6; and the Communists, 5. TO ALL GREETINGS Groceries — Western Meat Vegetables — Sea Food BOULEVARD


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Page 12-A vJewist Mo radian Friday, September 1. \%\ Beth Shirah Tkkets on Sale Ed Feldstcin. chairman of 'he membership committee of Temple Belh Shirah. will meet with his committee Sunday. 10 a.m.. ai the Ti tuple'stemporary quarters. \'.2p* Dixie bw>'. Sunniland Hall. s>' complete Vrservations for the High Holy Da: Services on Ko.-h Hashona and Yom Kippur will be held al Village Green Auditorium. Reeistr'i'ion is now going on at the Temple office tor daily Hebrew and Sunday religious school to open at the Palmetto High S'.hool on Sunday. Sept. IT, at 9:30 a.m. Members of the Beth Torah Congregation choir stand before the Holy Ark as they prepare for the coming High Holy Days. From left to right are Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum, Mrs. Jrck Donnerstaa. lustine Abramowitz, Alice Brunner, Ellie Braterman, Bea Karg, Mildred Kahn, Lea Ball, Maurice Tenenbaum, Joel Feldman, Charles LaCombe, Leonard Schaffel, Hy Hamburg, and Rabbi Max A. Lip'chitz. Registration at Flagler Registration for Hebrew anrl Sunday school and pre-school kmdercarten will be held at FlaglerGranada Jewish Center on Sunday from 10 a.m. to noon. Teen-Agers Wi!l Conduct Service Nine eneigetic and bustling teenagers will face th.' tot of leadership at Temple Menoruh a> they lake over the services in the adult congregation this Saturday morning. Rabbi Mayer AbramowitZ, spiritual leader of the Temple, asked the young leaders, participants in the recent Leadership Training Institute, to implement wliat they hai" studied in Me nineda J encampment. Mark Granotl. a senior at Miami Beach High, will be in charge of the service and act as junior rabbi His interests now range from LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 physics to mathematics, but "that I does not exclude religion from being a focal part of my life." the 1 teen -age leader stated as he prepared the group to lead the Sab bath morning service.-., which in! elude Hebrew chanting. English i prayers and preaching of a sermon. While there are r.o women rabbis in the American rabbinate, Menorah's USY teen-agers have elected Barbara Ssgal to deliver the sermon. Barbara was an honor student at Nautilus. In addition to her scholastic achievement, she was chosen as a princess in the school beauty eontest. And Barbara was unaniAMERICAN-ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE A Big Selection of Talasim & Machzorim and all Religious Articles needed for the High Holy Days. 1357 Washington Avo. JE 1-7722 mously elected as president of this year's Senior USY at Ternp!e f.'ienorah. Leading the congregation in the scriptural reading and interpretations will be Dickie r'rieaniau, is I president of the USY, as well aMike Lisinsky. who is now serving as president of the Junior Division of the teen-age south movement. Although only 14 years old. Mike has gained distinction in the high school"s debating society. M:chael Rabinowitz. Kenny Sussman, Patti and Meryl Weston and Sim Granotf will also take an active part in the Sabbath morning services. In the past. USY conducted its Sabbath morning services in the middle of the year. This year. Rabbi Abramowitz requested the teen-agers to take over the ear 1 ;. service in order to attract the community teen agers to the USY ac, tivities. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday S:holt. Wholesale & Refji ISRAELI GIFTS AND NOVUTIti 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 South Shore Citizens Club South Shore Citizens Club will hold its Sept 5 meeting at Beth Jacob Congregation, 311 Washington ave. GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-343? FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR MEMORIALS 'Miami's Only I* wish Monvmenf Builders" Sro H i Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMI'.Y MEMOR1AIS To live in Hee^s We I i.e Beh.n.: Is to Live Forever. ,. i-r, n _.!; Scheduled Unveilines S'JNDAY S'PT. 3, 1961 Lakeside Meivoriil Park DORS CUTMAN, 11am. Wf. S r iai Cttmisry THEGOC~E RAPPAPCtU, 11 a.m. N • • ADOlFri SPIEGEL 11:3! o.ir i'.. %  .'. '.. | R %  • :• SARAH A18ER 2 p.m. Rabbi i tep i E R Mt. Nebo Cemetery HYMAN WEISS, 3 p.m. ..... May r • • Repose II £t?"-.ji Puce' PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones Hi' 4 C


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Page 8-3 vjmisl' fkrfidltor Friday. September 1, 19G1 Miss Neuwirth Now Mrs. Fertig A double ring, earn ceremony united In marrl Jacqueline Neuwirth an I Jack Michael Fertig on Sunday. Aug. 20, a' he Algiers hotel. Rabbi N N. Shapiro officiated at the 6:30 nuptial, winch was followed reception and dinner at the hotel. i • her wedding, the bride c peau de !>*• wiUi -alencon 4oee ip neckline and three-quarter ii sleev< s, ;id on the skirt wil • %  tral A ;'ii! I ix c ip with alencon lace he) i the Fi -1 ill ton veil, and she cat i %  Hrmati n Bible cove ading hite orcl oi tis. Matron of honor to the n Fertig i Mrs. Marsha Iris Lipton was maid ol ionor. ing a< flower ... Ellei Si I Meu irth Delsie I. ces Boi nfriend were brl lesi lids. Daughter oi Mr and Mrs. Phillip A Neuwirth, 3420 Sheridan ive., the former Miss Neuwirth at) the Universities of Alabama and Miami. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Fertig. of Oakland. Calif., and he attended Oakland City College. Best man to the groom was Dr Bernard Neuwirth. and Ronald Lipton. Harold Barr. Robert Goldberg and Gary Fertig served as ushers. After a wedding trip to Jamaica, the young couple will live in Oakland, where Mr. Fertig is associated with his father in business, Full-Day Sessions For Pre-School Bern Torah pre-school will offer a special two-day a week afternoon tession for students attending the nursery school during the coming year. Mrs. Sidney Kay. preschool supervisor, announced. The program will be hell from Vnoon t.i I !> ni >:'. %  lav and Thursday afternoons, and will Include singing, dancing, crafts, story-telling and outdoor play. Milk and cookies will be supplied at lunch time by the Thursday, Aug. 31, was to be "Get-Acquainted Day" at the preschool. Parents were to be invited to tour the fa and have the children become familiar with the school surroundings. MKS. JEffOMf WEISSfffG Werner Kahn MKS. JACK FERTIG Weisberg, Kagan Exchange Vows The Diplomat Country Club was the site Of the wedding of Joyce j Major Part of Epstein Output Going to Jerusalem Museum By Special Report EDINBURGH. Scotland — Lady Epstein, widow of the great English sculptor, last week announced he gift of over 200 original plaster models by Sir Jacob Epstein to the Jerusalem Museum of Art. The gift was accepted by Billy Lynn Kagan and Jerome Michael Rose famous American impresario, W< i-berg on Saturday. Aug. 26 Dr. who tame ,0 Edinburgh in his caIrving Lehrman officiated at the l >acitv as chairman of the art com8 o'clock ceremony, which was lotmit,ee of the Israel museum lowed by a reception and dinner. Tne or >g>nal Epstein plasters. Parents of the newlyweds are j from which a11 of his bronzt ^ ul P, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Samuel Kau *• been cast, will be housed Jf £ JES^ £3££3 .,..„ OI.M /•_..„; ui..j .._., ... __., I in a sneH.-il navilion tn hi WP1PH '"" "' lne M0I> ^ U> ,ls e'"natea "Esther." "Duke of Marlborough" and "Maternity." Among the portrait sculptures are the busts of such world notables as Sir Winston Churchill, Joseph Conrad. Albert Einstein, T. S. Eliot, Yehudi Menuhin, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Bertrand Russell, Emperor Haiie Selassie, George Bernard Shaw and Cnaim Weizma nn. "The new museum in Jerusalem." said Mr. Rose, "is currently under construction on a forty acre gan. 8021 Crespi blvd., and Mr. and • i n a s P eciaI Pavilion to be erected by the museum at a cost of $ 20.000. Mrs. Irving Weisberg. 0 f 8942 Byron ave. Peau de soie gown reembroidered in seed pearls with scoop neckline, long sleeves and cathedral train was the bride's choice for her wedding. Her veil fell from a crown of seed pearls. Her only attendant was Mrs. Clifford Frank. Best man to the bridegroom was Clifford Frank. Gilbert Schrank. Jeffrey Sherbakoff, Harry Rosenthai and Richard Berkowitz served as ushers. In addition to the collection of original plasters. Lady Epstein announced that she was giving the Jerusalem Museum two other works by Sir Jacob: a bronze portrait of General Jan Christian Smuts, former Prime Minister of South Africa, and a large piece of stone sculpture entitled "Maternity." cost is in excess of $5,000,000, more than half of which has already been contributed. In a complex of 48 galleries, to be built of Jerusalem stone and glass, Ihe new museum will house the archaeological treasures of the Middle East, and the art of the Western world. "A building of white marble, to be known as the Shriae of the Book, will be the repository Of the Dead Sea Scrolls A nine-acre garden, conceived by Isamu Noguchi, the celebrated Japanese-American Berrin Wil! Lead Youth Groups Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Yoi£5 Commission, has announced that Mervyn Berrin. former director of the Southern Zionist Youth Commission, of Atlanta, will assume the directorship of the Miami Youth Commission effective Sept. 10. Berrin is a graduate of the University of Alabama, and has done graduate work at Boston University. He will direct the 17 Young Judaea groups, consisting of approximately 700 Jewish youth tn this area, and plans to organize many new groups. Young Judaea is sponsored by Hadassah and the Zionist Organization of America. Membership in Junior Young Judaea is open to young people between the ages of 9 and 13. Senior Young Judaea is for those 13 to 18. More than 50 Miami youngsters attended Camp Judaea in Hendersonville, N.C.. last summer, with a capacity enrollment of 312 in this first full summer season. Campers came from all parts of the Southeastern United States, as well as from New York, Kentucky, and Puerto Rico. Lady Epstein, explaining the gift „f ..;_ &f _II k iT u J. l,,c vcicumieu japaiiese-.-\mencan rasmnsx r&x. : ZSLTJU?* s,r M ESS3S52 F A. .k„ •_ ,i, .t_ dnd m ar ble sculptures that I gave I nnHnn in Z th ffc" to the museum ** vear. Another V,hn n ?K Ha g / t"" P av,1,on wl b constructed for the Tau" N MonT, r n V.2' re ? r M f i thC 30 0ri inal P lasl r th ^med l Jj^S l^ [k M 0dern American sculptor. Jacques LipAft W a wedding trip to Bermuda. £2**ISZ ?|Tfit **£ff T^T^ 7Z the young couple will live in New Dr. Fritz Novodny, of the Belve! 1"T" 0 •• S me York where Mr Wnishprj will at. rinro uii.<,„m .r IK... ,...II„J U;„ weeKS a e Her husband is an alumnus of Mi ami Beach High and the University Of Miami. He is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi and Psi Chi, national psychology honorary. York where Mr. Weisberg will attend Columbia Law School. School Opening At Beth Torah dere Museum of Vienna, called him "one of the greatest figures in the history of sculpture." The noted American critic. Dr Alfred M. Frankfurter, editor of Art News, in a telegram to Rose said: "Lady Epstein's gift is a milestone in the cultural history of Tuesday. Sept. 5, will mark the beginning of studies for students In the nursery and Hebrew school America and Britain, as well as ol Beth Torah Congregation, AbraIsrael. Rarely before have great ham J. Gittel.son, education direcarti-ts left their entire studios to tor. announced. with a staff of 20 teachers, Beth Torah niters a program Of educational activities in the .North Dade area for children from 3 to 18. Pre-school provides the setting for physical religious, social and psychological development :• area of music, arts and crafts, stdry-telling, games, indoor and outdoor play, complete readiness one museum or even to one country. "Henceforth the art of Epstein, who as a wanderer from Amerua Judea Appoints Exec Director Sidney Siegel, Miami fund-raising and public relations executive, has been appointed executive director of Temple Judea in Coral Gables, Ben Essen, president, announced this week. Siegel served until this month BS Southeastern regional director ol the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. He is former asOrphanage Opens Offices Here Rabbi J. Bernstein, general secretary of the Diskin Orphanage of Jerusalem, announced this week the opening of regional offices throughout the United States. The Miami office will be represented by Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider. who is volunteering his services in behalf of the Institution. The Diskin Orphanage is the oldest Home for boys in Israel. Over 300 orphans, many born in concentration camps, find haven, education and trade training in the Home. Rabbi Weinschneider is formerly of Chicago and San Francisco. Cal. He was responsible for the founding of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Oakland, Cal. Prior to moving to Miami, he was the spiritual leader of the Home for the Aged of Oakland. I Mr. and Mrs. Max Bausr, of 1711 Michigan ave., cele. ted their 25th wedding an versary Sunday evening, Aug. 20, with an intimate family dinner at the Famoj.5 restaurant, followed by cm evening at home. The Bauer; have just returned from an extended European trip. Zipp Sports Store In Grand Opening A three-day Treasure Hunt will mark the grand opening of the ne.v and larger quarters of Zipp Spor! ing Goods in South Miami. While the move is only three doors south, the store is twice as large as the previous one. Thousands of "treas ure chest" keys are being mailed, of which many will open the tl ure chest where gift certifi up to S250 will be in envelop Pirate hats will be given to dren and refreshments served as unusual items, including a five foot stuffed ape and an authentic hurdy-gurdy from Spain, are ad mired. A seven-foot-high Dull House is against one wall where character dolls from Scotland may be seen, which include Winston Churchill and Queen Elizabeth. A complete doll collection will also be displayed, prominent among which is the Madam Alexander doll. Zipp Sporting Goods is known for its complete collections, whe ther in the toy or sporting good department. All types of athletic shoes are now fitted in soft chair, on thick plush carpeting an.' walnut paneled quarters. Long known for its bowlini; equipment, Zlpp's offers such sen ices as personally-measured ball drilled within one hour. Every of sporting equipment is available from pool and ping-pong table binoculars and telescopes. The "Treasure Hunt" will take place all day Thursday. Friday and Saturday. Sept. 7 to 9. fro m 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Located at 72:i< Red'rd., Zipp's will have addi tional treasure chest keys in the store for those who did not receive them in the mail. will have to be fully studied in Isexactly as one must study Rodin on his home soil In France. "Lady Epstein's gei is enormous, yet one can think of no destiny that the brave. t:e:\ program, and Jewish experiences tor. who was her bus i ould Sunday school, which starts on have wanted more." Sept. 10. highlights the "Hebrew Included in the masterpieces desThru Fun" program, providing the tired for the Jerusalem Museum learning Of oral Hebrew m the Heare "Mother and Child," "V brew school grades. tion," "Kathleen." "Elemei Hebrew school initiates 3 Bve%  —— 'year program culminating in jra I and entrance into firmation, confirm ar of operation with its fall semes which gels under way ThurSept. 7. The school will again be under the direction of Mrs. Ida Leaa I director and Richard E. Lear I principal. Mrs. Lear, who CM school in 1934. has just re." I from New York where she engl I in a series of extensive educational studies and visited schools th: Out the north to investigate I curricula. 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Page 2-A Jewish Fleric/ian Friday. September 1, |M Educators Urge Parents to Enroll Children as Jewish Schoolbells Ring Out School bells will ring out in the 40 Jewish schools on Tuesday. Sept. 5. when first sessions will be held in Hebrew departments. Sunday school departments will open the following Sunday, on Sept 10. Schools in all neighborhoods of Greater Miami and Hollywood are preparing to register 11.000 s: udents. of the 40 Jewish schools in the community, eight are Reform, six are Orthodox, and the n st are Conservative icientific ipest control T &f rals • mice *•• roaches M A. Baskin. president of the Bureau of Jewish Education, has issued a special call to all Jewish parents to register their children In a Jewish school of their choice? He declared that the first task of this generation "Is the education of Jewish children and youth whereby they will learn the meaning of being a Jew, and the reasons for maintaining their Jewishness under present day conditions. If American Jewry is to survive creatively. Jewish education must occupy the number one position in Jewish life." Baskin also pointed out that the Bureau's Central Hebrew High School will now accept only those students who are graduates of a Junior High Department, and who have completed six years of prior Hebrew training. The Central Hebrew High School will open on Sept. 13. Herbert Berger. assistant director of the Bureau, is director of the Hebrew High School. Baskin announced that the Bureau will expand its observation consultation program for all Jewish schools to provide them with all necessary educational personnel and to train-such personnel directly through classroom observation and seminars and through special classes at the Bureau's Oellege ol Jewish Studies. The College of Jewish Studies will open on Oct. 24 and 26. with classes for teachers to be held at Beth David Congregation on Tuesday evenings and Beth Torah Congregation on Thursday evenings. Louis Schwartzman. Bureau exective director, said Wednesday that Jewish parents 'should realize how important it is that their children grow up with a deep love and understanding of Jewish life. This understanding will be a source ot pride, dignity and creation. Yeshiva Youths Raid Camp Continued from Pag* 1-A not be quiet," Rabbi Porush said, "until every religious boy or girl gets a religions education in Israel." LeaJ-rs of the raiding party DAILY PICKUPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS mm M.LIEBERMAN & S f lSsl > a*a0HLY.l|.Y. hiANI CtACMLA. I' LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM NIW JB9EY • PHILADELPHIA • BALTIMORE ALBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON PROVIDENCE and all ether points Weekly Service Fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 6SS Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353 < < < 4 4 i 4 4 < charged that the teen-agers from the Ramat Hadassah distribution center "are being sent to settlements where pius are raised, and are encouraged to apostasy." 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F: ve ^3 */*•//#> n^rkfUniri Friday. September 1, We the Women ntan Y.CMAN OF THE WEEK '. % %  -.-.%  ...| I I i I. %  > 2' %  7 n,. %  .-. %  whose s >w has i and that ihe arranges Ell ago A.. • -1 %  active '.-..Ha j issafc [a t a form a! :• %  ; %  dance I rr Alyce went to gradua study medica Slu stcr tor _.--.-. w % %  :• ;•• bo ire an integral part of the .-..•;• Active in PTA becatu laug er Sandra Uj raj prat lent .: the Miami ool PTA. Sri-ia itilJ active ..Temple Beth Shol sternood '. *hi< ihe was president and '-. • .baa : %  •'. finished her teats. year •-.; r an o: the Tei boo kid Dusing World War II. Alyce vai lecretarj to the chief air raid warden Beach. Today she works in the Ml Sic a Gift Shop, ano prai r former • n '•.. %  bei g on j sen conn (or pati -.1 r Bryna Williams, Stephen Kneapler Exchange Vows Carrying her mother 1 prayer and using the (redding ring which belonged to her mother, Bryna Williams and Stephen Jeffrey Kneapler were joined in wedlock OB Saturday. AL.*. 26, at th;and. .%  %  Florida ud MJ tdkt the 3o*es izz ?.-> brother a? best man A aDavid Kneapler. Jerry Askowtz. Ronald Askow.tz. Stanley Cettis. Allen Halpern. Larrv Parnes, Ross Sandier, and Herbert Williamwere usher-. *S. MRS. N. ALLAN STEINMAN cnar would rather bake than cook, and admits •) notoriously bad cook — and an excellent .-jaker Leon is the chef in the Ell I | '. • of traveling — mostly to Chicago to visit Sandra, now Mrs. Joel Daikin. and their two adorable grandsons. On their honeymoon thirt) years ago. they .lent to I now, thirty years later, they have just back from a recent trip Alyce JUfCf couldn't believe it was the same Jerusalem. Their itinerary abroad also included Greece — and. of course, a quick trip to the Windy City to see well with the Dalldns It was AN INTERESTING GUEST Herman and Faye Rubin are showing the town to Fave's cousin. ( %  .eon Shadit, a sabra Gideoa graduated from the Haifa Technion erved in the Israel Army. He is now in the U.S.. studying agn' airaJ engineering at the University of Minnesota. He had a beautifu mous'ache when he arrived, but has since shaved it off. Israelis, he reports, eat ice cream mainly in the summer. In inesota, with snow on the ground, he found Americans, braving the nter, eating ice cream. It was strange — but a habit he has not fo nO hard to get used to. • • • SCMEBCOY IS HAPPY Dr and Mrs. Philip Weinstein are going to be able to act like the d ting grandparent, they are because their son and his family have ved ia Miami. Dr. Philip Weinstein. jr. is taking his last vear of cialty training in internal medicine at the VA Hosptal. Dorothy he was Dorothy Oshlag, said that she had just heard her mother, et, A, s off on a jaunt through Ireland with her husband. Dr. Hv l-• oer Certainly, neither one needs to kiss the blarney stone. Thev'il b< atte.id.ng a medical meeting in Dublin. PHONE BILLS ARE HIGH Harry and Anna Magid have taken to carrying magazine., under th< :r arm-. House and Garden being one of many. H seems that the Home Interphone advertisement depicts the home of their daughter, Mrs. Gerald fJanicei Ghertner. in Atlanta. Ga. ii a two page spread showing Jan. her husband. Sue. Scott, and Andy using phones. The house is charming, and its quite a compliment to al! of th< m. # PINK AND WHITE AND CUDDLY Judy (Mrs. Arthur) Gilbert declares that the new arrival. Carolvn Ro e. wo -Id really make a hit at a National Council of Jewish Women's affair in one of her new fluffy pink outfits Her maternal grandmother, of courv agrees — doubly, since she (Mrs. Stanley C Myers) is a national vice president of the organization. MORE STAMPS Henrietta Fine writes from Vienna that she bumped into Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kosterich in Israel and a host of friends in Vienna • • A PHONE CALL TO COPENHAGEN One of the Miss Universe contestants. Yettie Nielson. who was Misa Denmark, stayed for an extra week or so as the guest of Mr. and Mrs Maurice Shein's daughter. Linda. Miss Denmark, who is a secretary in Copenhagen, was quite excited about being in the content evi a if she didn't win. She called her mother to get permission to stay She and Linda had a ball. She .simply adored the hot weather. She hopes to return in October — with her mother. Something very dif lerent might be happening at that lime involving a hotel, skis and snow Top secret now. N. on Bride Chooses Peau de Soie Sandra Lee Rubenstein and Allan Steinman were married Sunday. An i. 27, at the Seville hotel Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harry Rubenstein. 14765 N'E 10th ave.. North Miami, the bride is a graduate of North Miami High School and attended the Universities ot Florida and Miami, and Brooklyn College. For her wedding, the new Mrs. Steinman wore a floor-leng*h gown of ivory silk peau de sole with reembroidered alencon lace featurneckline of Venetian lace enhanced ing a scalloped scoop neckline, with iridescent sequins and tiny pointed long sleeves, and a boutseed pearls The sleeves were fant skin with lace appliques endbracelet-leng-h with lace cuffs, ing in a chapel-length train. Illuand the aisle-wide skirt terminated Miss Brenner Weds Navy Man Mexico is the honeymoon cesti. >n for Mr and Mrs. Lewis Harold Dorfman. The former Miss Francis Elaine Brenner became •.he bride of Mr. Dorfman on Sunday. Aug 27. in a 6 o'clock ceremony a; Beth David Congregation performed by Rabbi Norman Shapkt) A reception and dinner loliowed. The br.de is thp daughter of Mr. and Mr-. Robert R Brenner, of 427 Catalonia ave.. Coral Gables. She i a graduate of Miami High School and attended the University of Mum.. Omega Delta Psi is her sorority. The new Mrs. Dorfman wore a floor-length gown ot imported chantally lace in a designers Princess style, featuring a scalloped scoop sion was held in place with a crystal crown. The groom i> the son of Mrs Bather Steinman, 7500 Dickens ave.. Miami Beach, and Leo Steinman. 1501 SW 1st st. He is a graduate of Miami Beach High School, attendin a chapel train. The boufiant cloud of imported silk illusion fell from a coronet of pearls and crystal iridescent beads. Attending the bride were Helen Brenner and Mrs. Martin Jacob.-, maid and matron of honor, and Gail ed the University of Florida, and Aronowitz. Susan Bernstein. Nancyis presently a senior at the UniverSchwartz and Sharee Zack. bridesWwner K. MRS. tfWIS OOtfMAM sity of Miami, majoring in accounting. After a honeymoon trip through the middle West to the Twin Cities. the newlyweds will.reside at 13880 N'E 6th ave.. Miami. Las Vegas Rites For Siegels Ellen Ann de Young, of Las Vegas, Nov., and Arthur Clifford Siegel. stationed with the Air Force there, were married Sunday. Aug 27. at Beth Sholom Temple in Las Vegas. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Siegal. 15721 N'E 15th ct.. North Miami Beach. He is a graduate of North Miami High School, attended the University of Florida, -and is a member of Pi Lambda Phi. His bride is a student at the University of Nevada Southern in Las Vegas. After a honeymoon in Haiti, the maids. Marcy Sue Kronberg was flower girl, and Ralph Michaels, ring bearer. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Pauline Dorfman. of Bergenfield. N J., and the late Irving j Dorfman. He attended the University of Florida and graduated from the University of Mexico. He holus a commi-sion as lieutenant (j.g.) in the US. Navy. The young couple's new aadress is 17841 SW 113th ave. 'Caught in Act' Goes on Vacation •"Caught in the Act," the revue which has kept the ca>t bUS) seven' lays a week since January at the Seville hotel, will clo-e tor vacation 'Sept 5. Jack De Leon. Gene Allen and Jerry Newby will -rest up"' by heading for New York to appear on j several television shows. Jj i r t h da z A son. Richard Lawrence, born;Marion Davidowilz. daughter newlyweds will stop off in Miami Tprpv Beach, where the Siegels will honor BeU^arce wM.Ka b'u na^' them With a reception and dinner ho|id Tnev Wl| do !" ; a. M.chel s res taurant on Sunday. ] ck;b dates a vanous j^Jj j£ ; ~~ hotels. Barbecue Swim Dona Ernie Held, musical director and co-author of the show, will be workI Mi. r" for an i l •* occasions WEDDINGS OUR SPECIALTY • ALGIERS JlaJd&L 2513 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 4-2907 QMM 7 DAYS • • •.-U an, otiiwERy isjfunanj • rimn WM CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED IADELPHI SE3? Intensive and Diploma Courtes See Yellow Page 654, Phone Book Free Brochure Downtown 8000 Bice. Blvd. St-ybold BlOg H 7-7tt Ft 4-9U3 LET'S RE-ELECT K££L? „ M M a d *!",C,ub f Dade in 8 full t.meon.he next edition of: TOM SA^SO Davidowitz. Heights Jewish Congregation will "Caught in the Act." which will re-1 V l ^ M ^^ V Aug. 17, joins sisters Debbie, 7, j Mr. and Mrs. Abe and Robin, 4. in the home of Mr. | Paternal grandparents „ dancp at open ^ comp|etely new songs and Mrs Murray Dronsky. 87901 and Mrs Isadore Droosky, of Swan the Bal Harbour hotel on SaturSW 36th st. Mother is the former Lake, NY. I day evening. Sept. 9. dances and sketches alter the cation" is over. vaNORTH MIAMI COUNCILMAN SCOTTY SHAPIRO I*A Pol. Adv. I



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Page 4-A *Jn*isf FhrkHbrt Friday, September 1, 1961 ROADSIGN Jewish Flor idian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 Published evpry Friday slncp 1K27 by The Jewish Floildlan at l:'n N.E. Sixth Suvet, Mintnl l. Florid*. Second-Class Postage Paid at Miami, Florida. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Assn., American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN — .— • FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN E xecutive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU — Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent The Jewish Floridian does not guarantee lh.K.ishruth of the merohamli.- the holiest of observances in the Jewish caleng* jj*7~i,. n dar. We prepare ourselves fci the sacred moment of judgment during the year ahead. Selichot is among the mest meaningful of all Jewish religious experiences. mmnm SPIRIT, _-_r But for the 'Neutral View' In a television interview last week with CBS pundits Howard K. Smith and Eric Sevareid, Egypt's strong man. Col. Gamal Abdel Nasser, called on the United States to take a "neutral view" in his war of attrition against Israel. Time, some say, heals all wounds; it certainly helps one to forget. In the case of Col. Nasser, he has much to forget. Specifically, he would like no longer to remember his defeat at the hands of a brilliant Israeli army on the sands of the Sinai Peninsula — a defeat that 6ent him, trembling for his life; into ignominious hiding in a Cairo cellar. It was the United States Government, in a unilateral action at the United Nations, that brought Col. Nasser out of the pit of his personal destruction and reinstalled him on the throne of what was later to become the United Arab Republic. Were it not for President Eisenhower's shortsighted view of Middle Eastern affairs — a view that also found the U.S. stabbing its British and French allies in the back — Gamal Abdel Nasser might very well have succumbed to the mob violence of his defeated and disillusioned countrymen. Today, Col. Nasser can appear on television and demand a "neutral view" of this nation. All we can say is that perhaps Egypt's dictator has forgotten too much and too easily. A "neutral view" in 1956 would at the very least have meant his demise as a significant political factor in the Middle East. Does the Colonel take his title of strong man all that seriously today? New Light for Grumblers Many are the American Jews who grumble about the burden they carry in their philanthropic support of Israel's immigrant absorption program. Happily, they rarely fail to meet their responsibility at least to some significant degree. But the grumblers, participants though they may be, always seem guick tc wonder when the Israelis are going to help themselves. The government proposal this week for a compulsory loan to be imposed on Israeli wage-earners to help meet the needs of the nation's immigrant absorption program should co a lor.g way toward cssucc.ng the curiosity of grumblers. Apart from the other back-breakina financial burdens Israelis assume, in addition to cssist:r.g in the sheer development of a fledglir.g nation, they have long been directly involved in the process of helping their fellow Jews abroad. Thus, American Jews are not alone in these life-scving programs. Ours is much the easier task. We should accept cur share of the responsibility with renewed understanding of the fact that no Jew is alone today in bearing the sacred trust we call Israel — least of all the Israelis, themselves, who are far from completely on the receiving end of the age-old Jewish concept of "Zedakah." QUO VADIS, SUBURBIA? School Bells Ring Tuesday School bells will ring next Tuesday for children throughout the Greater Miami area. They will be ringing in the Jewish religious schools, too. Are your youngsters enrolled to attend opening day? Our Jewish community is proud of its many fine religious school programs, whose curricula are coordinated under the aegis of the Bureau of Jewish Education. These schools are situated throughout Greater Miami in synagogues and centers of your particular affiliation and in your immediate neighborhood. Participating students have made available to them the glorious and rich heritage of the Jewish people. They learn Hebrew, Jewish history, customs and traditions, the Bible, secular literature, and all about the remarkable rebirth of the State of Israel in our time. Exposed to these teachings, your children become a link in the vast and ancient chain that is Judaism. Jewish education lies at the core of Jewish survival throughout the ages. Learning and wisdom — these are the characteristics that have made of the Jews a "People of the Book." When school bells ring out next Tuesday, make sure that they will be ringing for your children in the Jewish religious school of your choice, as well. The Trading Has Begun The wheeling and dealing David BenGurion hoped to avoid has begun cnew. His Mcpci Party is now involved in the torturous process of trying to reconstitute a coalition government. About the only thing certain at this time is that Mapai refuses to engage in any trading either with Herut or the Communists — the extreme Right and Left :n Jewish State politics. Otherwise, things appear to be normal (for Israel), with Mapai testing the ctmosphere in the ranks of the Liberal, National Religious, Mapcm, and Achdut Avodah Parties, among others. Israel held an election Aug. 15. Apart from this, there has been no change since Prime Minister Ber.-Gurion resigned early in the year. Pinhas La von is gone — but his spirit lingers on. And Mr. Ben-Gurion will undoubtedly be haunted by it more than anyone else. Hiphway. app r ,.; ria(el painted in red, imploreAmor ica to wake up and Qght v, m munism. r m a ll for it '. least, I'm all for what [' h lieve the fight against Com munism ought to lnvol< e Thi implies the existence' of semantic tyranny pe fvadta J the entire question. The oth l day. a Georgia politlci,, sounded off against welfare legislation.' Arguing on the basis of solto ignorance. Strom Thurmond was quoted as equating such leg -|•".with Socialism which, he conveniently if erroneously concluded l! Communism. What, therefore, were Social Security and < medical assistance, among other things, but Communism? 1 find distasteful in the sign on the Dixe Highway t v tyranny of which I disapprove in the comment attributed jkP mond. Neither appeals to human intelligence, but both suggest th need for moral indignation. Clearly, this is an impossibilir" Q n can hardly be morally indignant unless there is knowledgeable m* tivation impelling it. Without the moderating force of a knowini passion, there is merely emotion, whose ultimate expression • n v brutality — the kind of brutality, for example, demonstrate lovely specimens of gentle Southern womanhocd who panic: the New Orleans integration riots. If one were to indicate to Mr Thurmond, and to anthousands of travelers along the D-xie Highway daily, thai verj gocd way to fight Communism is to avoid other such riot* r ffi$I?W>!ffi$M\i futurc they rnit -' ht wc reply by ,abclin thv suggestion Conmistie — and feel morally indignant about it into the barg?.-. bided manj of these travelers are apt to be ;s racist in their thinking % %  the Georgia politician ever was. THE TRUE ENEMY IS THE SPECIAL LICENSE IN MY VIEW, however, this would be a good starting poin 1 .r the proposed battle against Communism. From there, ore could branch out into an application of general principles: You don't fight Communism by being against it. but rather be being for something else. The "something" is human freedom, which we profess : practice here at home. Clearly, race riots are not wholesome examples Of human freedom. Move to eliminate them, and the society ive call "our way of life" will tend to be strengthened. And so. too. will it be further strengthened by the elimination of other inequitiealien to this "way of life" — inequities such as ignorance, poverty, and unequal opportunity. Battle these, and the free state we cherish must inewtablj achieve an acceptable form of immunity against the inroads o; Com munism. Battle Communism as an alternative to alleviating the inequities, and the "way of life" that is our presumably trea.-ured heritage must ultimately succumb. For the roadsigns appea! ii an emotional call to arms that indicts no enemy but a bogeyman, a call rallying the wholesome American together with his bigoted counterpart, a call destined to failure because the distinction between them has not been made. Neither is the true enemy the word. "Communism." which makes us so anxiety-ridden; the true enemy is the citizen at home, who believes freedom gives him the license to practice prejudice and trade upon misery. All of which reminds me of the current Charles Kamen ruckus. The young Miamian said some unkind things about "Operatic:; Abolition." In addition, he has been critical of the House nnAmerican Activities Committee. As a result, his application for admission to the Peace Corps is currently being disputed. To make mattermore complicated, his Miami draft board has now refused him a deferment. SOME CONVENIENT WINDOW DRESSING I HOLD NO brief for the Peace Corps, which I bel : eve is a fanciful bit of New Frontiersmanship. Its meaningful output will surely be less durable than the treasures that emerged from the old WPA relief program designed to assist needy artists. Are we in a sudden paroxysm of effort now to show the uncommitted peoples of the world that Americans are intelligent, well-informed, and interested in more than Cadillacs and Corvettes? If the answer is "yes," then the an swer must a:so take into account the possibility that the Peace Corps may ultimately be laid to rest with a host of other pipe-dreams fabricated by intellectuals in government. I'm all for intellectuals in government, providing they are integrated into its workings. But I become suspicious of them' when they have been obviously set up as window dressing. The Peace Corps, it seems to me. is part of the Kennedv Administration window dressing, so much of which has fallen by the wayside since it.installation into office. I can. therefore, hardly rise in anguish to thr prospect of young Mr. Kamen's joining the Peace Corps. It will reallj make little difference to the destiny of the nation one way or the other. More to the point in the ruckus are the accusations against him and the character of his accusers. If Charles Kamen ha> spoken tut critically against the film. "Operation Abolition." he is -my entitled to that. Such would be the case in a free American societj even if "Operation Abolition" were a model of documentary making^ But this, according to some, is not the eas( and, it *e to me, he should therefore be doubly entitled to apeak his mir. I :• :. s THE OffENSE Of A JUVENILE ^,'HO ARE Charles Kamei users, and what are they? large part, they are the thousands of travel* Ij al i Dixie Highwaj ho read that red-painted sign. The) are the who respond to its emotional call to arms; and some are eve: I among them. That Charles Kamen has criticized the film. "Operaticr tion. and by mere than implication the House unAmerican Activities Committee, is his greatest offense against them. That he has failed to respond to the cmot.onal call is the source of their deepest suspicion. Just as the film is criticized by many, so may the House Committee be subject to less than rapturous scrutiny" without the howl Continued on Page 5-A



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irewislh Floridiaii Number 35 Combining THE JFW/SH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida. Friday. September 1, 1361 Two Sections — Price 20 oy in Mid East for Refugee Talk WJC CALLS FOR END OF DISCRIMINATION re Reds Give Jews Their Rights (JTA) — A four-day things easy or to contnue to engenexecutive board ot der harmful, unjustified illusion wish Congress, which >">:h anniversary ol lent of that organise! here with a warn(resident, Dr. Nahum "the same generautided the Congress 25 years later, inunjustified optimism inclination to take The conference, attended by Jewish leaders from 34 countries, opened in the presence of diplomatic representatives of 11 nation.-. In resolutions which the board or its various commissions adopted, the World Jewish Congress: • Appealed to the world's power to take urgent steps "to end the present threat to peace." Spent $28,225,000 leedy Jews Last Year • Expresses? regret that the Jews of the Soviet Union are still beir.g denied the rights of free, religious and cultural self-expression, and of forming a coort'iration body for these purposes or for contact with Jewish communities in other countries. This resolution expressed the hope the USSR will end "discriminatory practices" against the MCrnd largest Jewish community in the world. • Expressed its "sorrow" at the refusal of the Arab states to negotiate peace with Israel, and emphasized that "the miserable plight of the Arab refugees is being exploited deliberately so as to keep Nasser, in TV Interview, Demands U.S. 'Neutrality' In Israel Arab Cold War UNITED NATIONS—(JTAi—The United Nations Palestine Conciliation Commission will send a special representative to the Middle East "to explore with the host governments and with Israel practical means of seeking progress on the Palestine Arab refugee problem." The commission's envoy will be Party Maneuvers Precede Talks For New Cabinet [—^JTA)—More than ',28.775.000 .spent by the Joint operations. Committee last year men, women and cojiitries. it was rely Moses A. Leavitt, vice chairman. The Ceived from the camUnited Jewish Apto finance its global report on the activpresented by Mr. j ed an increase of i in the number of over the previous Increase in expendii to $700,000. Of the ; who received JDC U07.000 were in Mosprincipally in Mor1,000 were in Israel, Curope. In addition, cached out to needy |a!ia, the Philippines, piaiti. the Dominican I rjguay. For 1961 (adopted a budget of The report showed the JDC provided a feeding program for an average of 90,000 people a month, two-thirds of them in Moslem areas. It provided cash relief for an average ef 41,000 people each month; medical caro for 33,000; caro in homos for the aged for 5,700; caro of 3,000 children and young people; education aid to 71,500; and aid to an additional 37,000 through a variety of other cultural and religious activities. Although they accounted for only a small part of the total JDC program in 1960. several "little dis asters" occurred which required emergency operations, the report stated. One of these was the JDC operation in Agadir, following the earthquake last year. Leavitt reported that 1.200 to 1.300 Jews Continued on Page 7-A alive the campaign of hatred against Israel." • Called on all governments and i the International Police orgamza; tion to help round up Nazi war criminals "and to extradite these Continued on Pago 6-A Dr. Joseph E. Johnson, president >f the Carnegie Foundation for In:ernational Peace. Israel Fore \li'i ster Go4da Meir immediately advised UN Secretary General Dag | [ammarskjold that Israel would oe happy to receive Dr Johnson j it any time. The Commission, which is com| posed of representatives of the United States, Turkey and France, said it was sending Dr. Johnson to the Middle East pursuant to a resolution adopted by Continued on Page 5-A mi uucui teuuwn Israel Discusses Compulsory Loan for Immigrant Program JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Israel's financial problems involved in the program for the absorption of new immigrants were discussed here this week by the Cabinet cf the out after the High Holy Day.-. Mr. Eshkol outlined to the Cab-j met the Government's proposal for a compulsory loan, to be imposed t itpon Israeli earners, for meeting; :he needs of the immigrant absorpion program. The Cabinet de-i ,'oing caretaker Government. Fi :UI1 UI08 aH1 1IC v.*— !" -~ nance Minister Levi Eshkol prec id e d to submit the proposal to its sided at the meeting in the absence j Ministerial Economic Committee :'or the formulation of details. jf Prime Minister David }urion, who is on vacation Benuntil First Yiddish Publication Since '48 Makes Appearance in Russia Mrs. Golda Meir, Foreign Minister, reported on a number of political matters, including the agreement of friendship signed here last month between Israel and TEL AVIV — (JTA) — Interest in Israel centered this week on the various party moves as horse-trading got under way for agreement on composition of a new coalition government for Israel. Under Israel's proportional representation system, no party got a majority in the new 120-man Knesset. Premier David Ben-Gunon's Mapai Pair/ with t2 seats, is the largest party and thus will be given the assignment of forming the new government. It will have to have at least two coalition partners in order to have a safe Knesset majority. Mapai has the alternatives of seeking to reconstitute a broad coalition of all the parties except the rightist Herut and the Communists, a coalition with the mid dle-of-the-road Liberal Party and the National Religious Party, or a coalition with the two leftist labor parties, Mapam and Ach dut Avodah, and the National Religious Party. Mapai leaders were said not to favor the broad coalition an i to be divided on the advisability of a : coaU ion government formed of the African republic ot Upper Vol [ Mapai, Mapam. Achdut Avodah :a. The Cabinet per Yoita pact. of Reid, former UniAmbassador to Isbeeu named 1961 the annual AmerFriendship Award achi Women's Orof America. The is presented each that person not of ih faith, who has d most deeply to idina between the i the U.S. and IsLONDON—(JTA)—The first Yid dish language publication permitted in the Soviet Union since 1948. with the exception of a newspaper in Birobidjan, made its appearance in Moscow this week. The publication, known as Sovietish Heimland (Soviet Homeland) is a literary magazine which will appear every two months under the editorship of Aaron Vergelis, a poet. Mr. Vergelis displayed the first copies of his publication to the foreign press in Moscow this week. He said 25,000 copies had been printed of t h e first edition of which distributors in Kiev and 1 Vilna had already ordered 400 each. The editor said the paper would be distributed in most Russian cit'es where there is a Yiddish-speaking population. Soviet Union "encourages" Jewish culture. According to descriptions re ( eived here the first issue of Sovietish Homeland appeared to contain a mixture of the customary Soviel propaganda found in the Soviet press and a smattering of material Continued on Page 3-A At the same time, Mrs. Meir reported about the UN Palestine Conciliation Commission's dscito send Dr. Joseph E. Johnson, president of the Carnegie Endowment frr Internatioral Peace, to the Middle East as a special representative to explore means ratified the Up-j and the religious group. Mr Ben I Guno.n. it was reported, was firmly against such a coalition with the left-wing parties, with which he had quarreled in the last Cabinet, he was described as favoring a coalition with the National Regions Party and the Liberals. Continued on Page 9-A It was aiso reported that Kadish speaker of the former Kn.'-.t, Continued on Pge 11 A It was generally believed that the | bulk of the distribution would be Raid Camp to 'Rescue' Teen Agers TEL AVIV (JTA) About 100 speakers, and summoned 'he teen-Jed that the 50 be freed, and they yeshiva youths belonging to the: 3 g e residents to leave with them, were released. ultra-zealous 'Torah Camp" of the ^ inducements they p3 se d out! sah. an immigrant-youth distnbu age residents. Camp instructors tion center near Haifa, and claimed | and other personnel fought the they had "rescued" 30 teen-age | raiders ana W nen ponce reinforce-' ments arrived, about 50 of the ra;.l ers were detained. However. Moshe Kol, head of the Jewish Agency's Youth Aliyah department, who ar-j rived soon after the police, reguestlmmigrants who. allegedly, were 1 being brought up "irreligiously" by outside the Soviet Union, in Israel j L ctnir and elsewhere, so as to Impress The raiders rolled into camp in upon the world the fact that the trucks, some equipped with loud The claim that 30 of rhe teenagers had gone away with tW. raie'ers was made in Jerusalem by Rabbi Menahem Porush, a member of Parliament. Cam? officials denied that any of the youths left vo'untarily with Hie raiders. "Religious people will Continued on Page 2-A



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Fiidcy. September 1, 1961 vJenisii Meridian Page 7-A IDC Spent $28,225,000 Overseas for Needy Jews Last Year Continued from Page 1-A ,. Uie 10.000 to 12.000 %  ; '; d in the rubble in the IS Of the catastrophe. C was the first voluntary strides in rehabilitation, has reduced the waiting lines for people to eonie in. and has even provided bed space for old-time residents who would not ordinarily be eligible for Malben aid. In addition to the Malben pro were added to the list of religious schools supported by JDC. raising the total to 92. These schools have a combined enrollment of over 0.000. Other programs subsidized by JDC were a project on behalf of refugee rabbis involving 1,670 ch the disaster area ,.,..;. clothing and funds, he ur am. .IDC continued its tradition-! beneficiaries, and five research al support of cultural and religious ; projects aiding another 100. The institutions in Israel, a program JDC assisted ORT vocational trainwhich extends to more than 13.700 ing program which aided over 10,beneficiaries. Two new yeshivoth : 000 students in Israel during 1960. said. .. ,.,,; l0 this were asters' two other an earthquake and another in Lars, a n Iran. In both inauthorized funds the reconstruction of mmunity but for the Workmen's Circle Plans Conference S."M?s Here Beginning at Sunday Session ... ... the ims H used %  m< Lea> tt ntad irvey the net inanity of app financial mainstay ,, ntinues to be the \ppeal, Leavitt re,, a sizeable allocation Conference on Against Gerfor the relief litation of Nazi victims. • -• aller sums had been i ed b) the Jewish commun I anada. Latin America and i, %  governmental and ii • %  ntal agencies. icing Leavitt's or Mi. (I. observed that those who ha\i ed and supported JDC's eft 'acknowledged a spirit; e: a belief that when .-' r s ol suffering and need, he i act; that when he hears a crj nip. he must answer." The 42nd annual conference of Stern, In addition to active parutbern District of the Worklicipation in his own branch, finds met Circle will open on Sunday morning. 10 a.m.. ;.! the Shore Club with M. J Merlin, of Atlanta. chairman, presiding, The conferenct will last from Sunday through Tuesday, with a farewell supper Tuesday at 7 p.m. All sessions and cial activity will be at the Shore Club hotel. Most for the conference is Mitime to be active as a board mem her ol the Jewish Labor Commit tee tor Yiddish in the High Schools. and on the Community Relations Committee ol the Brooklyn Jewish Council, among many others on the national and local scenes. Among the expected community l aders at the convention will be Mayor Kenneth Oka of Miami Beach. Arthur S. Hosichan, execureport ncy's operations. Ed.1 Warburg, chairman of 1 also contained a stateII : Satinsky, of Philadeli an of the JDC nation. %  audit of the agency's hr.; ipci atiqns for the year. a in ary of the total expeni inci the agencj was found n 1914 The total for the 47vas $604,805,768. ol the major developments in 1961, Leavitt said, was the < ishmmt of the Standing : -ference on European JewCammunal Services, composed of leaders of more than wish organizations in 14 E.-rcpean countries. h the program is a modal I cavitl d< dared "its sigfar greater. For in Us w i Ktrordinary answer %  Nazism. The sig 1 ol the Standing Commit1 : there are now leaders. institutions and a new Sam ol community life" to ip anew communities that ycd by the Nazis, and adership wiped out by ami Beach Branch 692, in celebratl \e director of the dealer Miami Jewish Federation, representatives from the Dade County Labor Council, and other leaders in civic and Jewish community life here. Social activity will be started on Friday when Branch 699 of Miami entertaines delegates and all outof-town guests at the Lyceum, at 1545 SVV 3rd St., with a dinner. Sunday evening, there will be a concert featuring the Greater Miami Chorus and guest soils; Cantor Mordeeai Yardeini. Program will include Yiddish. English and Hebrew folk songs. Monday evening, a banquet will follow a special daytime session, with Stern as inoderafc r. Tuesday's farewell supper will send the expected 200 out oitown visitors on their way. Among OUt-Of-tOwn delegateand guesl are Mr and Mrs. M. J. Merlin, of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. I. Gordon. Atlanta; and Mr. and Mrs. ll. Bauman, also of Atlanta. They have worked on the recent Greater Atlanta Books Abroad Collection, under the People-to -People program in cooperation with the United States Information Agency. Mr. and Mrs \V. B. Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keeper. Mr. and Mrs. tion of its 35th anniversary. DeleIsaac Andres, of Houston, Tex., gates, guests and local members have all been here for a pre-convenv ill be entertained with a dinner turn vacation. Guests from Atlanta at the Royal Hungarian restaurant also are on vacation in advance on Saturday, at 7:30 p.m. The local of the conference, arrangements committee is led by | Local delegates, representing Levine as chairman. l U 1 re than 68.000 Jews Israel during I960, abcut %  re cared for in the JDCIfare programs on be'•• the aged, ill and handicap'"' 11 omers to the Jewish State. ported. A significant de Vl • in the Malben program shift m emphasis from in1 to extra mural care, he This, together with rapid National offic* of the Workmen's Circle, a predominantly Yiddish • speaking organiiation, will be represented by William Stern, director of the Englishspeaking division. Stern joined the staff of the Workmen's Circle in 1938 as director of its New York City division. From 1943 to 1945, he served with the U.S. Army, spending most of his time in the Dutch East Indies. In January, 1946, he returned to the Workmen's Circle as national director of its Youth and Englishspeaking division. over 800 members, are Max Gleiberman, district secretary, and Mrs [da Boston, F.nglish speaking district secretary; Isidore Cohen. Arthur Geller and Nathan Gold her-, of Branch 692; Max Gcdankin and Morns (furwitch, Branch 699; Harry Schuldiner and Charles Berne, Branch 1050. English-speaking, Miami; Mr. and .Mrs. Max Greenberg, Branch 1059, Englishspeaking, Miami Beach; and Robert Berg, North Dade Branch ; 1064, English-speaking. Tickets are available to sessions anil functions at 25 Washington ave., Miami Beach. I TEMPLE BETH SIIIIKAH The Only Reconstructionht Congregation in the South lllai HOLY WAYS SERVICES Starting Sunday, Sept. 10th at 7:45 P.M. at the VILLAGE GREEN AUDITORIUM Bird Road and S.W. 119th Avenue RABBI MORRIS SK0P WILL CONDUCT AND PREACH AT ALL SERVICES CANTOR HERMAN K. GOTTLIEB AND TEMPLE CHOIR WILL CHANT THE LITURGY RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS: Teen House • 34 Miracle Mile • HI 5-1711 Chapp's • 32 Miracle Mile • HI 4-5321 HERMAN K GOTTLIEB CANTOR MORRIS A SK0P. RABBI Temporary Temple Office • 11289 South Dixie • CE 5-0364 Sabbath Service every Friday at 8:15P.M. and Saturday at 10:30 A.M. LARGEST, AIR-CONDITIONED SANCTUARY IN MIAMI BEACH TEMPLE NER TAMID Cordially Invites You to Join in Worship for ths forthcoming High Holy Day Services CONDUCTED BY EUGENE LABOVITZ, Rabbi AND SAMUEL GOMBERG, Cantor Tor i/ciM" t^oifittml ta^atisfttction FREE ADMISSION FOR SLICHOTH SERVICES, Sat., Sept. 2, 11:30 p.m. RABBI EUGEN LABOVITZ will officiate with CANTOR SAMUEL GOMBERG, dramatic tenor, and a len-vcice CHOIR, under direction of JOS. SCHREIBMAN MEMBERSHIP DUES INCLUDE SEATS FOR HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES, FREE TUITION IN OUR HEBREW SCHOOL AND TRANSPORTATION -r RIGIS1RATI0N FOR SEATS AND HEBREW SCHOOL Temple Office Is Open Daily from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. & 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 80th STREET & CARLYLE AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Telephone UN 6-8345 %  Beth Raphael Congregation 139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE INVITES YOU TO ITS ^flgP HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES %  RABBI MURRAY A. ALSTET CANTOR DOVE R0SENCWEIG, of HAVANA, CUBA and ABISH PERL OFFICIATING TICKFTS $5 PER PERSON FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SECY. 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Page 10-A +Jewisti Fk>ridHatn Friday, September 1, 1961 Spiritual Leader Felt the Spectre of Our Martyrs showed how much the children had grown—all the intimate details of the diary. Rabbi Irvmp Lehrman is back i i Temple Emanu-El following a five-week tour of Europe. Hiwas accompanied on the tier L\ nil wife, Belle. Principal point of business was Rabbi Lehrman's participation in thv conference of the World Counil of Synagogues. The conterence Wi held at the world headquarters ol UNESCO in Tans last July. The conference highlighted pa1 Prof. Abraham Heschel, • • Twish Theological Seminary of An Ernsl Simon, of I H rsity a! .Jerusalem; Pn f. B. Nehr, of the I nivcra u in Fiance. "I suppose the purpose of the confererce was to bring together the frsgments of European Jewry in an e'fort to rejuvenate them," Rabbi Lehrman explained. "Most ct Europe's Jewish communities are either dessimated or else vir1i>a ly fragmented," he said. "The World Council of Synagogues chose Europe' as the site of its meeting this year by way of trying to bring a ray of hope to the Jews stil! living there." According to Rabbi Lehrman, most of these Jewa and the communities with which they are afi' iati -v-, m t" be werj much depet ( on the Jewa of Israel nite States, out ol the 1 Hebrew and ral studies similar to the prostudies offered at the lo< Hebrew Academy. The High School ior boys will rirr;:it better than average stui to profit from closer scholastic association with teacher-. Ln what might be termed a "studentcentered approach to education," Robbi Giosv said. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman, vice fagflg AUGUST BROS fcw: is fhc Btsr.' c D president of the Mesivta, and one of its founders, said that "we are offering inducements to students from southern communitfes and South America to enroll in our Hign School by providing them with living accommodations in the school building." The Mesivta High School is the only Yeshiva High School south of Baltimore. Md, Plans are in the exploratory state for building a complete Hebrew Senior High School in South Miami on ten acres of land to be provided by Louis Merwitzer, local builder and philanthropist. The proposed High School will bear Merwitzer s name, Rabbi Gross said. Assistant principal of the new Senior High School is. Rabbi Morris Horowitz, dean of boys at the Hebrew Academy, and Donald Swartz is assistant principal of the Hiuh School's English Department. W K A T-FM FROM TO BRAHMS BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on W K A T-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION %  Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM Did the conference attract many European Jewish leaders? Saul Rabbi Lehrman: "The Chief Rabbis of Italy, Denmark, England, and France attended, and so 1 would hope that what is left of the important Jewish communities certainly found adequate representation." The Lehrmans' agenda also included touring of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Holland. In Norway, Dr. Lehrman found a tragically small synagogue conducted by a cantor. 'The Rabbi of Oslo had simplj gone and moved to Israel recently," he explained, "because he found no stimulus to stay. There ino kosher meat in Norway, you know." he said, "Ritual slaughtering is outlawed. And so Jewish lite seema to have come to a virtual standstill." But in Denmark, things were completely different. "I found a magnificent synagogue in Copenhagen, which was vibrant, alive, %  I and packed to the rafters for Sabbath services. All of this is ex' plained by the unique regard in which the Jewish community of Denmark is held by the Danes generally. The heroic story of j Danish resistance against the scourge of Nazi anti-Semitism simply explains it all." In Sweden, Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman discovered no intense Jewish life—"certainly not as intense as in Denmark But Stockholm boasts a magnificent, modern synagogue, and the Jews there are affluent and fare well. Of all the countries we visited, Sweden waa the only one that did not directly suffer German) invasion during World War II." Their last stop was in Holland, where they visited the Spani>h Portuguese Synagogue in Amsterdam, reputed to be Europe's oldest The Lehrmans attended Tisha B'A\ services hi the synagogue, as well as Sabbath services. "It was in this Spanish PortuPRESS BUSINESS FORMS GENERAL PRINTING OFFSET SALES BOOKS LAUNDRY LISTS OUR SPECIALTY 2918 S.W. 8th ST. Phone HI 6-2020 "The Anne Fr*rk Houss is now a museum and part cf a general Youth Center established by the Anne Frank Foundation. The Dutch are very pttcd of t.-e Center and the Musecm, and, it is constantly jammee." Liiesc Synagogue that the worldunowned Jewish philosopher, Ba-| |ruch Spinoza, was excommunicat ed," Rabbi Lehrman said. "The service was Sephardic. hut the i Sephardic Jewish community hasj i been reduced tremendously^" he! i added, also noting that "only a hF-" 1 ITabnTTchTTnan said LhatHie re jroic Dutch effort and intervention turned to the museum a second on the part of the government protime, "because 1 could sense the Itected the synagogue from Nazi de-, shadows of the six million sainted .unction during the occupation." Jews hovering all about."' In Rabbi Lehrman's view, the And it was then that the pur\rnie Frank House was one of the pose of the conferor.ee of | ie World most moving points of the entire Council 6f Sym becamt Irip. "i saw the chestnut tree most meaningful—to savi -pir. 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Fridcy. September 1. 1961 fJewist Fkr Jaffan Page 13-A SAYINGS OF FATHERS Oe/#c#W OatWc/ai/ h Chananyt, 'he *i "f ^er,„.i 1! ::.<' lit together and ', ..... ; no words of Torah ; ,ht\ are a meeting of coffers, contenting whom it it !" >d. The godiv mC n I. an il r: ..-, .,..;' that 1/ • > %  %  •: sedulously occu. .. he appoint] .. ..,. •.'. Because :t i< j • ali '•< and fh 1 n • -. I %  ..; .... ,.: u H.v see.. id %  '.. : thi .. -...-• %  fi and 1 xpretted •• -mi of Thine oun %  .. 1 Thee. • • • VCTM 11 I hemna the son of Dosa. kJ Hi ". the fear of tin i. %  • • %  %  • isdoni his wisdom ihn.i %  ... .-t ( :i; he m whom wxsdc • ••.! before the fe*r of sin. IU will not endure %  s^/TccrcwL-cnicrju/ioii v/ cf' y r ^ p-naan -pp^ re#DCn .inns? mnitf ... T • T : ra .runto tf? "D-noan .rvnas rm^ *ix rnaia D-n?V o-iins D^ip pstfg D^-nrn Dnne 1 ? n-rtxoi to-K "D-naan pstfa^n Ifflf 'Kill ,]3TOD ,"asft "a ^ag .rriai mf cnapa T -: • T pa ?DTi#ian o-rin rn • T -T "T irDN-^x ins nrn nsa ':• %  •• T : T u 33 Dnptl DH "3 ,flfj 1 ..., T .... r my. 1? rvaVis rvnas? rni r,Kxina) Summer's End Means Back To School for Our Children By RABBI SAMUEL Z. JAFFE Hollywood Temple Beth El The summer season is rapidly drawing to a close, and once again the High Holy Days are before us, heralding that which is usually referred to as the "Synagogue Year." We aie summoned to address our=elvcs to the dynamic program of the "small sanctuary," rich with its promise of the fulfillment of laith and fellowship. With :he beginning of the school year, our attention is at (•..I directed to the religious education of our young, a major function of the synagogue. For it we are to perpetuate the distinctive native character of Judaism, we must transmit our great religious and cultural heritage to the next gi Deration. Immediately h.iwever, the pubhc institutions invested with the sacred responsibility of making the knowledgeable past comprehensible to the present, are conlrontcd with many challenging problems. The Jewish community has not put Jewish education on the same publicly supported basis, as it has the multiple national and international philanthropic and cultural agencies and service organizations it sponsors. We have made remarkable advances in the field of religious instruction during the past two decades, but an objective evaluation finds us greatly wanting in this area. We now spend some sixty million dollars annually on elementary and secondary education, with half ol the total funds coming from the parents of children enrolled. The organized Jewish community provides less than 10 percent of the funds necessary to operate even a minimal program. If our attempts to generate a wholehearted and positive response in the hearts and minds of our children to the call of faith and folk, and to elicit from them a commitment to the Jewish past, present and future, are to meet with any measure of Fuccess, then Jewish education must be put on par with our other communal endeavors as a central concern and responsibility of all. It should be subsidized on a basis of parity with our social service institutions and civic defense agencies. It is this which scripture underscores in this week's Torah reading. Moses bids the Israelite to set up great stones once they had crossed the Jordan. "And thou shalt write upon the stones all the words of this Torah j very plainly." (Deut. 27:8). The words of the Law were to be engraved ; plainly upon these stones for all to see. They were to spell out instruction, knowledge, and truth. They were intended to elevate the Jewish ; community, spiritually and morally. Thus it has always been a prime rule and responsibility of all the Jewish people from the very dawn of j our history to perpetuate our dynamic laith. The time has come for our generation to assume this sacred responsibility. s c r v 1 c c e *J h i s KAJ e e to e n a Information tc be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Pridey, a.m., preceding the week* of publication. All-releases received after that time will be returned as proof of their lateness. RABBI SAMUiL JAffl IfiNSlATION Experts Housing Project %  ears have passed. The erts • Pri in; the tenants %  0 ; • te notht 1 %  [ • • n. It U 1 nguisfa be' • thi new%  rs and to the Hebrew broddeas;.of 1 • Israel." e name. "Experts Housing ct, is not official, of course. (: will certainly remain in use many years. But who were the tenants. Where did they come Oday it is already imposto know, for they are alike everything to the local born !>abras." The more the merrier (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) Why is the Almighty referred to by the name "Shechinah?" It is claimed that this expression 1 is related to t h e Biblical term "Mishkan" which is the appellation given to the tabernacle used in the wilderness as the abode of worship and sacrifice; and which was considered to be the abode of the Almighty. Scholars like to differentiate between the root "Yashov," which indicates a permanent j act of dwelling and the root "Shkon" which indicates a temporary act of dwelling. It is thus claimed that the tabernacle in the wilderness was termed ihe "Mishkan" because the Imminence ol Ihe Almighty there was -.if a comparatively temporary na; tu re. where;.:h 1 S permanent ::v elHi er somewhere in •he celestial spneres or evi tbe .sense that man conn : Un %  •i']\ bj ti nr.pt: 1 ry flat hes ol Hif me : that thi i %  e %  Inah" was nally given to Hi! Divine Presence. : The this tl broadened to include the concept %  HHPHHHI %  "•''' %  :...;,i:iii ..ill':. MB 3 II CAUDULIGHim TIM 20 Elul — 6:26 p-m. Mil This page is prepare! m co| I operation uith the Spiritual LeadI I era of the Greater .Miami RabbinI I cal A^n. RABBI MAX A. UPSCHITZ Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON 8CHIPP Gems of Wisdom j.111 '" i' iiM ""Mtw"''itiinnituMtf I ? of the Creator in all His manifekta tions. Is there any special place that is preferential fcr the location of a synagogue? The Talmud mentions that a synue should be on the highest m : h %  citj (Shabbal liai. was ol '. 1 0 that a. its ci uld top from anywhere in 1 interpi • this r<(|-.i rent 11 y ... i e should be thi in stitutii n 11 greaU st imp irtance in ommunity. Since il t. not alv i issible or practical to fol r lie, we find variations as far as the altitude of land on which the synagogue stood. Actually, there is no special requirement followed regarding the location ol the .synagogue today, other than that the place be a respectable one which would not brir,-.' shame or degradation to the synagogue. It is the synagogue which creates the spiritual attitude and its spirit. AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle av Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Evr Ki may 8:30 p.m. Ratiltla) 8:S0 .; '" Swmon: "The Pull > %  ( WornhlHpl*" to i>^aih Bar Mltxvah: Murk FYled"man. son of Mr and Mr*. Henry !.•vine. ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave i k.Va... h. Yuskt>. president. — •— BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative Rabbi Norman Shapiro. Canto." Will.am W. L.pson. Pal urday 9 n m s. rmon \ "%  St..: t." I lai MlW % % %  '• I '.lirr. • %  n '•'" .M. .HI I Mrn. !'• :i i %  I %  • % %  ii I Hairl -..ii of Mr and M hen I-1 • Ii jrTM EL ACO SW TTti ve. Orthodox Rabbi Solomcn Schiff ;••. %  •. %  |. Saturda; i> a.i -' %  ; .-ii. I • in IflnlBh! %  i %  i N'ijjhl .• Rt-f eel i • BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Shapirc. Cantor Hyman File. F'rlilii) K8:1J p.m. Sermon: "Rejolclna in your Work." Saturday • 15 % %  m I inMitsvuh: Ira, ~. n ..f Mr an I M -:.iii i. -ii on Bellenot, 1: :30 p.m. Sermon: "The Middle ••' the Niirht." IETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. LOtlla Rottman. JETH JACuo. 301-311 Waahlngton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchet. Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Our Flral i iili-i int.-. Bar Mitxvah: Donald, -".n nf Mr. and Mrs, i-..i in.in Pollack. Bettchoi Bervloi .< %  mil ni'-'h' b'ermon: "How Dark la the Nirht?" BETH KOOESH, 1 ib51 Quail Roost dr. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd eve Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. • 3ETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseon i. Hji.kovi.j • BETH TORAH. 164tn st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max LT schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. i i '.as 6::io p.m. Saturday 8:15 a.m. Itnr Mitsvah: Alan. Ron "f Mr. and Mis. rh;>rles .Adl^r: Miehael. s..n of (Mr. an.I Mrs. Sidney Roxen, Bellchot, i miilnij.-hl. CONGREOAT:ON ET2 CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. I Ida) •'•::"> p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. j Kellchol .-• rvlca at ml In B1 I CORAL WAY JEV/ISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Krtdaj 6:30 p.m. Saturdaj 9 a.m. Sermon: "Modern Benediction* and Ancient Maledictions." 6 p.m. Bar Mltxvah: l>i-nnis, eon "f Mr. and Mia PYeeman. Sellchot service ;• t midnight. Sermon: "Out ..t the Darkness ..i Sight Thj Light." DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "A Time in Work for the Lord." Saturdaj • : 0 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of ih. Week." Bar Mitsvah: Joel, son %  •: Mr. and Mrs. Murray L-lppman. Sellchot service -ii midnight. Sermon: "Arise, sine inln the Night." FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald Lerer. Cantor Harry Zarettky. i i.ia> 6:30 p.m. Baturdaj 9 a.m. Bai Mitsvah: iii ry, .-<>n of Mr, ami Mra Jules Qoldmark. — • HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. a — HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 555 W. 49th St.. Hialeah. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th tr Conservative. Raori Mciton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen -'at in < > s-. Ichol • aratli n." • — ; KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Eucha ave Orthodox. Rabci David Lenrt.tlo Canto.Abranam Self. • MIAV1 HEEREW CONGR EGAT IC N. ?w 'itn ave. Traditional. Canr tei r-td Eerns:-. OHEV SHALOM. 811 •.'--.i. ill Ortnodc* RabLi Ph.neas Weberman. • 'SEPHARCIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collm, av. CarteS. Naahm as. .* -. i ng • SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 S .'• Btl st. Cciervative. Ribbi Marnce Klein. • 'SVPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1C28 NE 'S-3rd st.. Miami Cardens rd. Rabb Max Z.icker. %  da] %  %  ,' m. —. TEMPLE n = T^ AV. '.£50 N. Kenoall dr., S Miarr.i. Reform Raobi HerDerl Baumgard Canter Charles Kodn i"i.!. > s i r. in s. in n "Do W< ; i abui %  Va n Si I HI daj 3 a m Bar Mitsvah 11 • nn, son of Mr. and Mrs David W< Il. Hi ro d, son of Mi and Mrs. William Sam >• gervtci :.i %  • dnlg hi rec ded by presGEMS OF WISDOM Do n. I rtly on If and Perhaps HAHYA • Ml (ftt'e vnu definite muvhc (.OI.Dv.YN 1 The worst • :i'.e p.m. Sermon: "Teaching; i rs Batutn aj m. Bar Mitsvah: Malcolm, -.n of Mr and Mrs. Herbert Steinberg • TEMPLE TIFEHETH JACOB. t1 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Helm. § ::> p.m G •• .%  %  peaker, Roberl 11 irdon, assists I executive Boutheasti n • %  < outs of Vmerlca i : Alter a receive the N r Tan ; al Saturdaj 9 HOI '.'. eek > Pi M Ion of the Bernard, son .>f ,\1 and Mrs Ul< r. Sallchot at mil on: "t'nl. ng at ihi e TEMPLE 2AMOR* 44 Zimora ave. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. %  • |5 .. in. -. • — • — TEVPLE 2 ON. '"70 SW 17th at; Ccnservauve Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Canter .veer Goldfarb. • .— T rE?ETH ISRAEL. ': 03 N. Miami Rabbi Nathan Zw.tman. CantoA'r< -t Gianti -. %  • Thi ... i n." ( mi g •1..-I Saturday -. .-•. i %  Milk and --. %  i .,* midnlghl. .. • .. ... n Wi Can .. YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dlxla hwy. Conserv/.tive. Rabbi Sheldon Ste nmatl. C.-.nlcr Maurice Neu. p.n Sermon Why Bein. f hoi servI .. at midnight Si rmon: Bliohoa, Its Sli daj — •— VOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st •. Ortnor"ix. Raubi Shei-win Stauber.



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Page +Je*i§t FkriJisr Friday. September **n SHOPPING AROUND WITH |2cc^jsj^w My-T-Fine Puddings For nearly 60 years. My-T-Fine products have held the reputaticr for fine products, highest quality, tantalizing taste and exceptional flavor. These are the reasons why My-T-Fine products are favored in homes everywhere and appreciated at the table. And for nearly 60 years. My-TFine puddings have be*n a favorite dairy dessert. The reason? My-TFine are the most delicious, the tastiest puddings you can imagine. Their creamy goodness, richness, nutritive values add a festive touch to any meal. You can choose ar.y of these delicious flavors: chcco late, nut-chocolate, vaDilla. and butterscotch. Yow can alto get instant fAy-TFine puddings which do not have it be cooked All you do is blend them with milk, and in a matter d minutes, you have a most delicious dairy dessert. You can obtain both regular and ir.s?ant My-T-Fin at the same low price. Eoth kirds are kosher and p-c ci.reo under strict rabbinical 1-l.pervision. f your holiday latkes. use luscious Vermont Maid Syrup, whicl li -aturally flavored with vast th( right amount of maple sugar j .-: ught to please the "Yiddish tasm. Get this kosher sweetness ir. a bottle with the no-drip top. AJso get for the coming holid My-T-Fine Chiffcn pie fill There are easy directions on <. package fcr the lightest, fluffiest. smoothes) and most delicious ch.: U r pies you ever served. The} contain no gelatin and are kosher. Try all these products, and you wilj know the reason for an established reputation. Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Everybody can afford the delirious and thrifty dish for the Jewish New Year. Chef Boy-Ar-Dce Cheese Ravioli was created by a master chef, and is most delicious. It is most economical, too, and ycu tbould have your budget in mind Just consider the ingredients for' this succulent dish: sharp Italian j cheese, small macaroni pies cover| ed with tasty tomato sauce cooked w.th mushrooms and cheese, and seasoned just right by an Italian master chef. Chef Bcy-Ar-Dee. This dish is not only then •. %  delicious, but also is very easj U prepare. Just warm it and serve it. Ycu will be delighted with th r. arcma and taste, and Bt you will eat it aga.. aj. in have never bel Boy-Ar-Dee Cheese Rai Get several cans • ry or market. have a i excellent dish w economical, IS cents per portion '; ous Diamond Crystal Kcsr.tr Si I for purity and quality, for theii shering meat and fowl, and for cocking. Countless housewives have had the opportunity to discover in practice that the best salt they can use for kosherin.j their meats and fowl, as well as for the preparation of dishes, is Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt. It has been the favorite in homes for years and years for its purity, high quality, and ability to bring out the best flavor and taste in a dish. Neither too coarse ror too fine. it is just right for sprinkling and ma ol Yuban's new Instant Coffee, for washing off in koshering your only one word seemed to express meats. It goes without saying that the joy it gives. And that word is Diamond Crystal is kosher for the "wmcha." Yuban is the •"simcha" holidays, as it is all year round, coffee — every sip a simcha in and is prepared under strict superifn] with few', potato pancakes, rs, bvo a variety of other things, ( s Wltn "latkes.'* moves dirt and crease spout*. thantve.. Use Ajax tor pc-** 1 pans, tec. Fat oe^t will enjoy it yourself and be proud to serve this Italian dish with i "Jewish taam" to your family. Yuban Instant Coffee In locking for a way to describe the totally superior taste and arcitsflf. This, of course, suggests the ideal coffee to give your family and guests during the season of simchas. Serve new Instant Yuban Coffee during the High Holy Days. There is simply no doubt about it. Instant Yuban is the world's J. chest coffee. And here's the secret. Yuban adds to its blend rare. vision of an Orthodox rabbi. For table use. get Diamond Crystal Weather-Pruf Salt, the best allaround salt you can use for flavoring your dishes. For the holidays, make sure you put both of these items on list. Get fresh new boxes of Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt, as well as Diamond Crystal Weather-Pruf Salt. Do what thousands of other doing ftr Motts AM and Mott's PM sfceic always be in your home. Mc-tt's AM contains five "good health" fruit juMt* in a delicious breakfast drink. Mott's PM is en exciting fruit juice refresher .Jai^n^fjerrwor. or at any Hnn^ "' as a pickle-up. Ar.cther famous item is Sunsweet Prune .luce. rich, natural prune juice withcul any sugar added — also Melt's Apple Juice, a long time favcritt in Jewish homes. And if ycu want a new delightful taste treat, try Mott's Apple Cranberry Sauce, made of ripe. red cranberries and juicy apples. Also try Mott's Apple Raspberry Sauce. Both are a welcome addit.s your heavy-duty ^ for Hie entire family 35 It makes all your clothes not i^i surface clean but sanitary { and ceodcfixed as well. k-an, Vel is most e ffective for a:. MW, THHry ar^eir^as-4\., glas.'ware and silverware • %  makes them all shining bridi' a jiffy. Gitase. crumbs, dirt'--"' rinsed oil easily and quickly '-'"•* out scrubbing and rubbing enleJ ly. You can use Vel for yourLrnl wash, toe, such as lingerie unccjwear. And as ""sene J^I use Liquid vejl lor instant washing of your ,., and dairy plates and tablets ;You won't even need a dishrig.' It is rot surprising that tht, tior. to your pantry shelves. All \ four products are a favorite* the above products arc kosher and parve and produced under strict rabbinical supervision. If you have babies, help them to grew strong and healthy with Clapp's Baby and Junior Foods. the Jewish housewife. Yes. •[* ever cleanliness is valued, tfo find them on the pa.-> I you will shelves. So be a "bcreyeh." and do pu housework with these four rffu your Ail cereals, puddings, juices, fruits __,.„„ &f TV ul ^' uur ''M prcducls. Thev will make and vegetate soup are kosher. aged coffee beans, coffee beans that are aged before roastig. aged housewives have been like the best flavored wines and years—get the best. cheeses. Ycu can also get regular ground ID Coffee in cans in your grccerj Dl market, if you prefer to serv* brewed coffee. Put Yuban Duffy Mott washing and Cleaning ter. and better. you easier, in f.jexFab-Vel Here are foul fint products that will make your household work easier and more pleasant in the New Yeai — /...\. Fab. 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Friday, September 1. 1961 • Jmist ffurtdtam Page 7-3 ^0 pv %  I / ^' ; %  : R EADERS with scnaol-age chil, : i n are now in the midst of gettuif their clothing ready for schi : Each age group has its ,.,'>, dislikes and preference[his week, we spoke with motNrof yoang girls—before Uu teen-age group—to see what thej were looking for in the way o! back-to-school dress. Mrs Lawrence Kaplan is sending b< r daughter, Bilii, 10, back to >c..(.ol in the dresses she wore the las; session. The weath-1 .' i.:warm DOW as it was last and shj finds these most j lical, F r la er in the sea-! she likes dark plaids, and no* separates. Cooler ther tmds BilU's preference to pleated wool plaid skirts! won M:1I soUd sweaters over, Another item in -her wardrobe is th-.> car coat. While Billi las her preterences, it's mothej who i oes the shopping. For af'er school play time, 'hoy wear sneakers. Mrs Nathan Friedman's daughter, Kathy, is 11 and in Junior Hiph. The "uniform" is strictly skirts and blouses —he will not hear of dresses. Everything is tailored and worn with flats—and no socks. Her skirts must be solid color?, in so late shades— navy, dark red or green — and sheaths. Blouses must be ivy l league, with roll-up sleeves, j Kathy wears her hair In a pony i tail, hanging down, and would be j the firs: to wear Bermuda shorts to school if she could Mrs. Henry Caro found that Judy, who"l2Vi, outgrew everything over the summer. While Judy states her kites and dislikes, it's mother who does the shopping. Coordinates rate high on her list of "likes." with color choice this season being green,, gold, brown and magenta. Skirts j must be solid color and hip1 switched, and blouses must bei prints. Madras plaids are her | choice for dresses. For the more dressy occasion, she still likes the 1 simple lines of the only a little more elaborate fabrics. Sr ; ping for daughters Laurie. 5. and Sally. 6 Is DO problem for MrRobert Tanner. She finds a witli selection available in these •uv gioups. For the first month or tv%; ol school, the girls wear cool eeveless cottons, moving into the transitional dark cottons and Ihen the skirts and sweaters. Mrs; I.nner does not like fussy d:es-is She occasionally buys nivt Ky combinations like dresses with matching handbags. Dressin her opinion, are easier to iritaln than junipers and bli.uso. Each of her girls gets Me "frilly" dress each season. Full sk.rts are preterred. and they jrt v.orn with "blow-up" petticoats. Again, the practical con -_id ration, when it comes to Weaters they must be orlon. LJEM lines are Mrs. Emanuel. ** Pushkin's biggest problem tor' daughter Joame, aged 8. She's sending her back in the same! dothci >he wore last semester.; but the hems must all be drop ped. The dark plaids that she is! buy in;; r.ow are all loo Jong, and !ia\t tc be hemmed up. She has ; decii>fd preference for deeper flora, but they must feature some white trim. She does not like the sot: pastels on her daughter, and when shopping, she mikes certain that the dress she; buya di es not become more promment than the child. For Debbie, ho \s 6. and just starting first grade, it's drip dry dresses In, simph -airored lines. Both girls 'l on 1 ;, white socks and one Pair .i sturdy shoes for school. I Katz. Goodman Live in Hollywood Henrietta 1 Goodman became the bride of Herbert Donald Katz on Sunday. Aug. 27. a? the Algiers ho'el. Dr. Irving Lehrman officiated at the 6:30 p.m. ceremony, which was followed by a formal dinner. For her wedding, the new Mrs. Katz chose a formal, full-length gown covered with seed pearls, and carried a prayer book and white r oses. Her sister. Alberta Darlene Goodman, was her maid of honor. ind bridesmaids were the Misses Bette Baron, Gail Goodman. Diane Whyte, Laurie White, and Mesdames Joan Brandeis; Marcia Green. Darlene Shane and Sandra Weiss. For her wedding, the bride chose i lull-length chantilty tace gown featuring recmbroiilcred lace with my imported seed pearls. The mil skirt ended in a chapel train covered with roses of chantilly lace. Best man to the groom was Sherman Katz. and serving as ushers were Elvin Kanter, Leonard Brown, Paul Koenig. Marvin Green, William Brandeis, Richard Haft, Thomas Brandeis. Melvin Greenberg and Theodore Pincus. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leonard Goodman, ;i(>81 Flamingo dr.. Miami Beach. She attended Sullins College in Bristol, Va.. and the University of Miami. Her sorority is Delta Phi Epsilon. The groom is the son of Mrs. Walter Katz. of Glassport. Pa., and Miami Beach, and the late Walter Katz. He is an alumnus of Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard Law School. He is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi, Beta Alpha Psi and the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau and is on the board of directors of Harvard Law School Alumni Assn. of Florida. He is a practicing attorney and a certified public acountant. He is Miss Feuer Now Mrs. Gilckmon The Louis Phillipe r>:m if the Fontainebleau hotel was the site of the marriage of T-ois Jacquiline Feuer and Ronald D. Glickman on Saturday evening. Aug. 26. Rabbi Joseph Narot. of Temple Israel, officiated at the 7 p.m. cerem ny, which was followed by a reception and formal dinner at the hotel. The bride la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Feuer. 50 Hibiscus 'slanri. H*>r husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs A L Glickman, of Bay Harbor Islands. The former Miss Feuer chose a street-length gown in pale pink AM KACH Open 1:49 This is,hoiv love L. and always will be.. TODAY ESSEX O) < C AVI Op.n 1:45 a partner in the law firm of Koenig i and Katz in Ft. Liuderdale. the I attorney for the Town of Davie, I and for Central Broward Drainage District, and on the board of direc! tors of Davie Chamber of Commerce. He was a lieutenant (j.g. > ; in the U.S. Coast Guard. After a wedding trip to the CatI skills and New York City, the I young couple will live in Hollywood, Fla 163St. u-.ni Op.n 12:45 use *Jlh ** > r TO JQt&". W*S INGRID YVES BERGMAN MONTAND ^ANTHONTPERKINS_ "G OODBYE AGAIN"! a*u/ SwRtfef us': •#ArSv*srr >i SOUTH MimMi A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 0.8401 Beth Torah Choir Beth Torah High Holy Day Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag, will appear on "Still Small Voice." television program sponsored by the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.. on Sunday. 10 a.m. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz has invited the teachers of Beth Torah to discuss problems of Jewish youth on the program seen over WCKT ch. 7. CORAL GABLES COHVALESCEHT HOME A Friendly and Gentle Atmosphere For Those 1 ou Lote" • 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE • SPECIAL DIETS OBSERVED • All ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR • PRIVATE BATHROOMS • AIR CONDITIONED • SWIMMING POOL • SPACIOUS GROUNOS 1 SCREENED PATIO Ferdinand H. Roienthal, Director-Owner *""SJ! *,*"". 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Lay. September 1, 1961 +Je*lst ikrtcfiatr Page 3-A emple Menorah >lans New Year Service Menorah announces the L p £.num-nt of Rabbi Carl Friednan s assistant rabbi and Rev. Ljj Wein Bl assistant cantor to Cnduct community services in the temple's Social Hall on Rosh Haslona and Yora Kippur. ,. The community services have Ln made necessary because TemL. Menorab'8 main sanctuary Latins ireserved to capacity for Js regular membership, congregaCon officers explained. Rabbi Friedman, a graduate of I Colombia University and current]lv a student at the Jewish Theological Seminary, served as spiritual leader and educational dijiector in a number of communities during his student years. He ] recently returned from Israel, where he spent a year in Jerusalem studying at the Hebrew UniJversity in preparation for his Icrdinaton at the Seminary. The lyourg student %  rabbi has comoleted a season as education director of Camp Ramah, which is Lnder the sponsorship of the Seminary. Wcin served as cantor in Pennsylvania. In addition l ( th< chanting, Cantor We in will [ the Torah and sound the Rabbi Mayer Abraroowitt, spirit* i ader oi the Temple, will coboll! services in the main Bl rj and social hall. Seats }..< been made available for the Igcneral public to worship in the UJA Leaders Hail Millionth Newcomer RABBI CARL FRIEDMAN community services. Persons availing themselves of these services will receive associate membership status in the Temple. Maurice Revitz, president, announced. First Yiddish Publication Seen Continued from Page 1-A •' THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFD needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All proceed! go towards support of the Home. You may contribute, take tax deduction or we will pay cath for tame. Remember ., wo are NOT a profit-making organization Wo are helping your community to keep its dignity. By helping others you are helping yourself! Manufacturers and jobbers—remember—wo can use all your >utcasts or misfits. Pease call us for earlypick-up. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 5737 N.W. 27th Avenue NE 3-2338 Closed Saturdays considered by the Communists to be of particular interest to Yiddish readers. Mr. Vergelis said he would print a serialization of a previously unpublished novel by Sholem Aleichem "found in forgotten archives." He said there would also be poems by Yiddish poets, Yiddish literary criticism and an article about Jewish literature in Birobijan. There have been no Yiddish newspapers or magazines in the Soviet Union, except for the small paper in Birobijan. since Premier Stalin liquidaetd Jewish culture, executing many Jewish writers, in 194849. TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIN Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin* not only gives itronger, fatter relief from pain of headache but ia alao infer. Won't upset the atomach and has" no bad effects. You see. Anacin is like a doctor's prescription. That is, Anacin contains not just one but a eombiiiafion of medically proven, active ingredients. Scientific research has proved no tingle drug can give such strong yet such safe relief as Anacin Tableta. By Special Report i NEW YORK—The role played by American Jews in helping to bring a full million immigrants to Israel! since the formation of the Jewish i State in May, 1948. was hailed by | the executive committee of the! United Jewish Appeal as a "monumental .humanitarian .achievement" ( in a statement issued last week. The arrival of the millionth lmmigrant in Israel, announced last I week by the Jewish Agency for Is-1 rael, was characterized by Joseph; Meyerhoff, UJA general chairman, i "as a source of intense pride forj the Jews of America, whose contri-1 butions to the United Jewish Appeal through the years have made! this historic milestone in human rescue and rehabilitation possible." Congratulatory cables were dispatched by the executive committee to Israel Prime Minister David Ben Gurion and to Moshe Sharett, chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel, which uses funds raised by the United Jewish Appeal for approved reception and immigrant absorption programs. The message to BenGurion pledged "utmost continued effort to carry on work of bringing immigrants to Israel in face of growing immigration and critical absorption requirements." ers came from 79 countries throughout the world: 450.000 from Europe, 280.0O0 from Asia. 250.000 from Africa, and 20,000 from the Americas, Australia and New Zealand To Sharett. the executive committee expressed the Appeal's pride in "having been major factor in mobilizing resources of America's Jews behind worldwide rescue and resettlement effort.'' The Executive Committee noted that Israels first million newcomBeach Art Center Closes Miami Beach Art Center. 2100 Collins ave., will be closed for vacation beginning Monday. Sept. 4. 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Page 8-A ftJfewJrf fkriicHinin Friday, September 1, 19gi Israel Bond Drive Maps High Holiday Campaign result in their development o| an economically independent n tion dedicated to freedom, peace and brotherhood. A record number of synayoKius in Greater lOami will participate in thr annual High Holiday effort on behalf of Israel Bonds in honor Ol Israel's Bar Mitzvah, it was an noiinted by Samuel Knedland, thairman of Hie Israel Rond cummltlee. The 19fil High Holiday effort Will be led by Samuel Kemliaid. High Holiday chairman; Sidney Ansin, chairman of congregational dinners for Miami Beach; and Henry Gilbert, chairman oi congregational dinners for Miami. Samuel Friedland pointed out that national vice chairman of the Israel Bond High Holiday effort is Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. Appeal! will lake place at nearly 4c orthodox. Reformed and Conservative congregationi in the Greater Miami area. "As the people of Israel celebrate their 13th anniversary of In* dependence." Knedland stated, 1 "this years High Holiday cftort' takes on added significance. It marks Israel's Bar Mitzvah. an anniversary which traditionally signifies a coming of age. "Israel has reached the threshold Of economic maturity as a result ot the influence which Israel Bonds have had on the country's economy. B) continuing our support of is can be made to bloom again, that "During the High Hoi; the chemical and mineral resourson. it is appropriate that we Ices of the Negev can be exploited, cmnly pledge ourselves •-, | u | D that the vitality and vision of them attain this end through the the people of Israel can and will Israel Bond drive." Jack Popick, of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Jan Peerce, ol New Rochelle, N.Y., greet Israel's former Prime Minister Moshe Sharett at a session of the recent national leaders conference of Israel Bonds in Jerusalem. rael'S economic growth through gress as it approaches the stage of the purchase of Israel Bonds in the economic self-sufficiency. High Holiday period, we affirm our „_. .. _, • The ach'evements of Israel faith in Israel as the SJ mbol ol Jewd ur j ng j t$ fj rtt 13 years give testiish resurgence. At the same time, mony to the fact that the land we assure Israel's continued pro can be redeemed, that the desert Leaders Took Part in Jerusalem Confab Vromuicnt Greater Miami Israel 1 ond leaderjoined with more than 350 leaders Irom the United States. L anada and Latin America at the Israel Bond leaders conference in Jerusalem In planning the second decade of Israel Bonds. Heading the Miami delegation vere .lack S Popick and Maurice RevitE. In Israel, they conferred with Prime Minister David Ben Gurlon, Finance Minister Levi Kshkil. Foreign Minister Golda Men. and other key Israeli lead ers. and visited economic developi. anl projects throughout the country Upon returning to Miami, they pointed out that "the first ten years of the Israel Bond campaign have demonstrated that Israel Bonds are the lever which moves Israel's economic development forward. The $S00,000,000 provided during the first decade of the Israel Bond drive have played a decisive role in the development of every phase of the country's economy. Israel Bonds must play *n equally decisive part in the economic development which is planned for the future." Reporting on the conference, the delegates said that "Finance Minister Fshkol told the conterenee that Israel will require BOOM $2.500.000.000 in investment resources during the next live years to carry out her program of essential economic development, and to provide for the absorption of hundreds ol thousands of new immigrants. This objective cannot be reached without great sums from the Israel Bond drive, which has become an indispensable element in Israel's total economic picture." Delegates to the conference witnessed one of the most significant events in Israel's economic history, when they took part in the dedication ol the cornerstone of the new port which will be built at Ashdod, on the Mediterranean south of Tel Aviv. "The new port, which will help greatly to increase Israel's foreign trade, and will at the same time provide a new gateway to the Negev, is symbolic of the ecor.omic achievements which must be recorded in the coming years with the aid of Israel Bonds," they declared. "The center of Israel's future economic development will lie in the Negev. Here a great proportion of (he newcomers to Israel will be settled, here housing must be provided, industries must be built, mineral resources must be exploited, and water must be brought to the dry land. As the Negev develops, the entire economy of Israel will be greatly strengthened, and the country' will move closer to its goal of economic independence "The conference in Israel marked a most significant milestone toward the realization of this aim." GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS WOOIPY.S TIV %t o SERVICE lubrication Specialists — Gas • Oils • Batteries • Tires "Service •if* a Smile" 470 N.W. 5th STRICT PHONE FR 3-9533 .'W-'WW*W-'W*Vv'WW*V. 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