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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 )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 34 Number 37
Miami, Florida. Friday, September 15. 1961
Two Sections Price 204
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Gotda to Head
New Session's
UN Delegation
Mi. SALEM -MTA.Mrs.Golda
i ael'fl Foreign Minister.
head the Israel (telega-
; the forthcoming session of
i Nations General Assem-
i i'. utgoing Cabinet decided.
I .- MoJr was expected to arrive
, \c v. York a day or two after
ior.a The Assembly con-
- -t. 19, on the eve of Yom

Other members of this year's
aticr to the UN will be Am-
i >sad Michael S. Comay. Is-
manent representative to
ed Nation?, who will as-
i the chairmanship of the dele
gation after Mrs. Meir departs for
home Ambassador Arieh Eshel,
the permanent deputy representa-
live: Gideon Rafael and F.hud Av-
riel, boif- deputy directors-general
of the Foreign Ministry; and Shab-
tui Rosesne, legal adviser to the
Foreign Ministry.
The (..binet also assigned five
alternate delegates. They are Ger-
shon Aver, head of the U.S. desk
in the Foreign Ministry; Arthur C.
A Liveran, a Foreign Ministry
puty drector-general who heads
the Bri'ifh Commonwealth divis-
Shimsboa Arad and Miss
Hava H.nreli, members of Israel's
I- rmanent mission to the United
Nations; and Miss Shulamith Nar-
di Parliamentary observers to act
as members of tints year's Assem-
bly delegation will be selected by
the new Cabinet after the new
Cabinet is organized.
Meanwnue tne United Nations
made public this week its agenda
I ir the next session of the General
Continued on Page 9-A
Gurion Says No
To New Gov't.;
"Out oi the strailness I called upon the Lord Thou hast
heard my voice; hide not thine ear at my breathing ."
Young patient intones this prayer at the National Jewish Hos-
pital at Denver, free, non-sectarian medical center for tubercu-
losis and other chest diseases. World Jewry will usher in
Yom Kippur on Tuesday evening.(See Page 2-A.)
House Unit OK's Aid Bar
To Lands Practicing Bigotry
WASHINGTON(JTA)The House adopted thi- week Ihe HV.pern-
Roor.ev amendment authorizing the President to withhold I S. eco-"
nomic assistance from nations discriminating against Amer can citizens
because of religious bias. The amendment was incorporated into the
Mutual Security Appropriations Bill to remedy the deletions made in
last ------
JERUSALEM(JTA)Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion rel
this week to accept President Ben-Z request that he underl
formation of a new Government. The rejection was made in a lett<
to the President in wh'ch the Prime M aister listed 'profound
tor the security and honor of Israel' as the reason tor the dec- I
and hinted he might retire from
politics.
The letter came soon after four
former partners of the Prime Mm
ister's Mapai Party in the former
coalition took a firm position that
Mapai shculd not have a majority
in any new coalition, and the
Prime Minister's decision was pre
] sumed to be related to this stand.
| Talk* held between Mapai
leaders led by Finance Minister
Levi Eshkol and representatives
of the former coalition partners
reached an impasse. Mapai
negotiators refused to bodge
from the position that as the
laviest and leading party, Mapai
was entitled to a Cabinet ma-
jority despite the fact that, since
the Aug. IS election it had only
42 scats as against the 46 com-
manded by the former four coali-
tion partners.
The is?ue was discussed by the
Prime Minister with other Mapai
leaders at a meeting of the Mapai
central committee before the
Continued on Page 5-A
Bomb Shakes
Chief Rabbi's
Home in Paris
PARIS(JTA)A plastic bomb.
' ieved to have been planted by
extreme right-wing French terror-
ists oprc.-ed to President Charles
' Gaulle's Algerian policy, badly
damaged the home of Chief Rabbi j down"
the House ar-.ti-hias clause in
; month's Mutual Security authorz-
: ation bill by a Senate-House con-
ference.
The amendment was sponsored
by Representatives Seymour Hal-
pern. N'e.v York Republican, and
John J. Rooney. Democrat, also of
New York. The amendment was
supported by chairman Thomas F.
Morgan, Pennslyvania Democrat.
Of the House Foreign Afiairs com
mittee, and chairman Otto Pass
: i i< Louisiana Democrat, of the
eign Operations Appropriations
sub-committee
Senate elements, d'spleased by
what they termed the "watering
c( the anti-bias clause in
US Explains UAR Rocket Sale;
Offers Same Missiles to Israel
WASHINGTON:JTAiThe State Department said this week that
Israel never sought to purchase American rockets of types provided to
the United Arab Republic, but if Israel should now desire such rockets,
the Department can see no reason why a normal export license
Soviet Leaders
Rebuff B'nai
B'rith Request
NEW YORK (JTA) Proposals
from a United States Jewish dele-
gation to high Soviet officials in
Moscow about Jewish religion and
education fcr Soviet Jews were dis-
missed by the officials, delegation
members reported here this week
Both officials gave the same an-
swer that such requests would
have to come from synagogue- in
h Soviet Union.
The delegation was made up of
B'nai B'rith leaders led by Label
A. Katz. B'nai B'rith pre-: I
They met separately with At I
ander Kutznetsov. First Deputy
Minister of Culture, and V. Riasa-
aov, deputy chairman of the C i i
r Affairs of Religious Cults.
The delegation urged, that So-
viet Jews be present at a forth
coming international conference
on Jewish education, and other
future non political .natherings o."
Jewish affairs, and that "as an
act of friendship," the B'nai
Continued on Page 8 A
ate. The new amendment said:
"It is the sense of Congress
that any attempt by foreign na-
Continued on Pag* 10 A
-'-cob Kaplan h?re. Benjamin Kap-' the authorization bill, indicated
Ian. the Chief Rabbi's eldest sen. | -hey would strongly back the new
was injured slightly by flying amendment in the appropriations
glass. The Chief Rabbi himself 1 bill when it comes before the Sen-
thc rest of his family were
out of th< city on vacation.
The bomb caused heavy dam-
age tc the apartment house
where tne Chief Rabbi maintains
his home, the detonation being
so heavy that th-ee automobiles
parked near th building were I
also damaged.
It wae pointed out here that the
bombing of Rabbi Kaplan's home
was not an anti-Semitic act but.
rather, another of the terroristic
manifestations by the opponents of
President de Gaulle's Algerian pol-
icy. Last week, the home of Rev
Marc Bergnere, former president
of the French Protestant Assn..
was also bombed. Rabbi Kaplan
and the Rev. Bergnere have col-
laborated in the movement back
ing de Gaulle's Algerian policy.
should not be granted.
The Department's views were
made known in a letter by Assis-
tant Secretary cf State Brooks
Hays to Sen. Kenneth B. Keating.
Sew York Republican. The letter
sought to explain why the United
' States gave export licenses to the
i Nasser regime for U.S. Viper and ,
I Javelin rockets but rejected Is-
' raeli applications to purchase Nike
! anti-aircraft missiles for defense ,
j against Soviet-built jet bombers
| furnished by Russia to the UAR ;
i Air Force.
Mr. Hays said that "in ac-
cordance with its policy of
avoiding measures which might
stimulate an arms race in the
Near East, the United States
has refrained from supplying
(military) missiles to any of the
countries of that region."
In the State Department's view
said Mr Hays, the introduction of
missile weaponry under present
circumstances could only add to
Continued on Page 3-A
DS. WILLIAM HABtrt
Federation Annual Meet to Hear ORT Leader
Dr. William Haber, international-
ly-known economist, will address;
the annual dinner meeting of the(
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
on Saturday, Sept. 23, at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel.
Election ot otticers will also be
held at the meeting, with A J.
Harris nominated to succeed Sam
J. Heiman in the presidency. Hei-
man has been nominated for the
post of honorary president, and
Samuel N. Friedland as chairman
of the board of trustees.
The 23rd annual meeting is
scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m.
Dr. Haber, professor of eco-
nomics at the University of Mich-
igan, is president of the World
Organization for Rehabilitation
and Training (ORT Union). He
is chairman of the Hillel Founda-
tion, and a member of the execu-
tive committee of the American
Jewish Committee.
He also served as advisor to Gen.
Lucius Clay on Jewish affairs in
Germany following World War II.
and as a member of the War Man-
power Commission under Paul V.
McNutt.
Other officer nominations to be
| voted upon at the dinner inclu.ie
I vice presidents. Circuit Judge Irv-
ing Cypen, Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs
Stanley C. Myers. Harold Thurman,
and Carl Weinkle; treasurer, Jo
seph M. Lipton; associate treasur-
er, Ernest Janis; secretary. David
Catsman; associate secretary. Cat
K '. ans,
Nominated as trustees are Wil-
liam A?ranove. Shepard Broad, Leo
A. Chaikin. Leo Eisenstein. Judge
Continued on Page 16-A


Pcge 2-A
*Jewish Rcrkfiar
Friday. September 15, 1361
Kol Nidre to Launch Yom Kippur Tuesday Eve
The v K:;>p hfitzvafi of Batry, ton cf Mr. and
; rf Atonement. i |
day at ftndown The
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- on Satui
durir -s at 10:45 a.m. Kol
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Oneg Shabbat '
d. Saturday moi
iees will be at I a.m
sermon w i
ices at 6:15 p m.. and Sal --,v
morning at 8 SO a m |(
Solomon SchfH w:li speak
-Portion cf the W. .,.
are 10 a in Ral ,
conduct Yum Kippur -
Tuesday i
da> at 7 p.m Yom Kippur will be Canti: \ I be"'T

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K ppui ervice
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v itffl ;
p m Officiating a!
will be Dr lot pi : ritui en "A
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Rabbi Morris w Grafl Rabb il
William Sa witz directoi the.read the Torab Y. rvicei
beast < i v
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#, lewist fir-rid fan
Page 3-A
Offers Missiles to Israel
Continued from Page 1 A
pernnrd Young (left), of 1347 SW 7th St., among Miamians
now getting free Polaroid Land Cameras or Polaroid Land
Cameras and kit from The Jewish Floridian. He receives his
qift from Mrs. Christine Carrigan, circulation manager.
Miamians are Finding it 'Easy as Pie'
To Get Jewish Floridian's Free Polaroid
U.S. Explains Rocket Sale; nSSSSSf*l
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for Soviet moves inevitably aimed
at increasing tensions in the ana
and advancing the Communist
'cause. This would he neither in
Israel's interest nor our own."
the volatility of the Near East sit-
uation and, given the enormous
costs involved, would increase sub-
stantially the already heavy arms
burdens of the Near Eastern states. Justifying the sale i.l Viper and
A number of Near Eastern nations ; Javelin rockets to Nasser. Mr
might then wish to acquire such "ays said "they are of negligible
advanced weaponry, and there military importance, and similar
would be no assurance that their types are manufactured in several
acquisitions would be limited to countries." They were provided to
Rca.ii is of The Jewish Floridian
, entered the tree Polaroid
, amera project sponsored by
Miami's only Jewish lan-
nglish weekly newspaper
happy they've done so.
i thing they've learned, in ad-
i to working this fabulous pho-
phic instrument which gives
ished pictures in ten seconds
is that it was "as easy as pie"
fill the requirements lor get-
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e Bernard Young, a youthful
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'There was nothing to it,"
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which the Polaroid camera, wink
flash, film, and special Polaroid
titter come. "It just took me two
cays of easy effort between my
tegular working hours."
Actually, Young elected lo try
the "harder" road: 13 local new,
paid-in-advance, one-year subscrip-
tions to The Jewish Floridian at So
each. If he cared to stop at ten
subscriptions, he would also have
won the Polaroid, except [or the
additional kit equipment.
"You're going to have to make it
harder than that."' Young warned
Mrs. Carrigan. "or The Jewish
Floridian will find itself giving
away a Hood of I'olaroids."
Fur individuals or organizations
stopping short of (he ten or 13-sub-
scription gift plan, there are other
valuable gifts. But, in Young's
view, there won't be many of them.
It's just so easy," he said, "and
what a gift. A free Polaroid Land
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For information on how to get
yours, write to The Jewish Flori-
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phone FR 34605.
defensive ground-to-air missiles.'
"At present, no nation in the
Near East possesses missile-type
weapons," Mr. Hays stressed. "It
would indeed be inconsistent with
our desire to see peace reinforced
and progress achieved toward set-
tlement of difficult Near Eastern
problems were this country to
bear first responsibility for set-
ting off a new and more dangerous
form of arms competition in thai
area. It would also be unfortun-
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Nasser
poses."
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American States, will be honofarj
"Cruise Commodore'" of the Pan
American Friends of Israel Good-
Will Tour, it was announced here-
by Samuel Friedland, chairman of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
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Ambassador Morrison will come
to Miami to join in the day long
activities upon the arrival here of
the Zim Line's SS Jerusalem for
the Pan American Tour on Sun-
day. Nov. 19.
Officiating at the gala festivities |
during the entire day will be,
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Ambassador Morrison and many |
other members of the community, j
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colorful greetings by a flotilla of
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5 Tishri 5722
during (he week
... as i see it
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Our Spiritual Balance Sheet
Yom Kippur commences at sunset on Tues-
day with the traditional Kol Nidre prayer. In
m^ny ways, this observance is the high point
c: the Holy Day pariod.
It is on Yom Kippur that we are presum-
ably judged that our fate for the year ahead
will be decided and sealed. Together with
P.osh Kcshona, Yom Kippur stands as the most
sacred cf Jewish festivals.
Abstinence from food is a sign of the seri-
ousness of the occasion. Concentration on
man's spiritual purpose is a hallmark of the
holiday. From an objective point of view, Yom
Kippur has few if any peers in the Jewish cal-
endar of observances.
The triumph of Jewish belief lies in its
inclination toward a Universal Power beyond
the image of man. In this sense, Jews do not
approach God by seeking favors in exchange
lor their obeisance.
God is thus impersonal in His makeup,
but very personal in His relationships with His
children. The triumph of Judaism emerges
precisely here: physical identity, which marks
most other religious beliefs, is submerged be-
fore the far greater significance of spiritual
identity.
For the Jew, therefore, the physical world
and himself as a part of that world takes
a back seat to the more essential core of
reality: the state of the soul. And it is on Yom
Kippur, perhaps more than on any other occa-
sion, that this pre-conditioned characteristic of
Judaism functions at its fullest.
Stripped bare are the inmost workings of
man's conscience, which call him to account
for his thoughts and deeds. The spiritual stock-
taking thus becomes a spiritual cleansing, as
well. Briefly isolated from the comfort of the
world in which he lives, he must be prepared
unflinchingly to examine his aspirations and
ambitions, his achievements and failures.
Yom Kippur evolves into a truly spiritual
occasion for the Jew when his debits and
credits are reckoned and posted in the kind of
figures particularly disposed to the character
of the High Holy Days generally: in the re-
ceptivity to spiritual values of the most exalted
kind.
"|T SMALL be written*
New Year, and ~,i[e/*.
the Day of Atonemer.- Ttu
is the opening of on, f th!
most beautiful prayer- n tu,
Machzor. Sadly, like -iuch ni
the High Holiday utur J
our time, it is garblec on th,
altar of haste: and one hardl,
has a moment to consrier the
broad significance of th,
words, before so mar/ 0f .
are a fistful of pages ahead, doing the same to another once'-exaliJ
sentiment. The prayer to which 1 refer here also inquires ito th
fate of humanity at large: how many wiU die, who by fire, ^a ^
by sword.
Certainly, there can be no more apt speculation to fit th* natur
of our age. This is precisely why "It shall be written on the New
Year and sealed at the Day of Atonement" has a particular pith
meaning for us now. and why it is all the more sad that haste oh!
scurcs its purpose. I. at least, am pressed to think of Berlin, of all
the paradoxes and lies surrounding the East-West German conflict
and of the possible consequences attending the resolution of thee
issues stated in terms of how many will die, who t\ fire. .< VL
by -word.
Let me say a! the outset, simply and without qualificati
Berlin is lost. Any other consideration is pure commentary
do I weep for the city as ;i dying bastion cf den .-. \
freedom, an outpost ".ti!'.:i was nevi :<.; Is .ill of We.-: any ;:
a particle ol that. When our legislators sneak of this city
naticn in such terms, they are pomiiicating in :. ainglor
11 ss of rationalizii an American policy in West Germany
alr< idy failed.
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'Uncommitted' Conference
The aftermath of the conference of "un-
committed" nations in Belqrade accurately un-
derscored the substance of the conference itself.
Seconds after the gavel put an end to the
proceedings, Kwame Nkrumah, of Ghana, took
off in his Russian-made airline passenger
plane to race to Moscow and talks with Nikita
Khrushchev. Minutes behind Nkrumah was
Prime Minister Nehru, of India, who made it
into the Russian capital less than an hour later.
Both had rushed to Communism's potentate
ostensibly to beg him to help keep the peace.
For the "uncommitted" nations, to a man de-
termined at the outset to focus their attention
on the "capitalist imperialists," were rudely
shaken from their illusion* at Belgrade by the
first A-burst in Nikita Khrushchev's resumed
nuclear weapons testing program. (Indeed,
it almost appeared that opening of the confer-
ence and the first explosion were contempt-
uously designed to occur together.)
Only Mr. Nehru, himself, weakly suggest-
ed that the Belgrade bunch softpedal the "im-
perialists" and their "colonialism." There were
other problems in the world today, he sur-
mised, that seemed to pose a greater threat to
humanity the testing, for example'.
But if India's self-styled prophet tried to
adjust what he believed to be Belgrade's short-
sighted view, he offered no resistance to one
other important item on the conference aqenda:
the tirade against Israel by UAR dictator
Gamal Abdel Nasser. If, as Nehru saw it,
charges of Western imperialist colonialism
were old hat in the face of newer and more
realistic dangers, it seemed nevertheless still
PHYSICAL REBIRTH OF THE JEW
all right to charqe Israel with being the foun-
tainhead of capitalist imperialism in the Mid-
dle East.
This was Nasser's most potent charge
against the Jewish nation at Belgrade, which
not even Nkrumah, a presumable Israel ally,
sought to still. And how could he, plotting as
he was to race Nehru to Moscow for the honor
of being "first" in an interview with Nikita?
It is difficult to think in terms of being fair
to the purposes of the Belgrade meeting. For
the presumably uncommitted nations of the
world had gathered in a body as the collected
conscience of "ordinary" men everywhere
men unhampered by their participation in in-
ternational power politics. Yet, juxtaposed as
the conference was against the terrifying
Khrushchev decision to resume nuclear test*
ing, it emerged with nary a word in its final
resolution in criticism of the decision. ... -
Nevertheless, it must be said that the "uh-
committeed" leaders did find it ultimately in
their hearts to dull the initial Nasser attack
against Israel which, together with Nationalist
China and the Union of South Africa, are not
members of this less than august bloc. But on
the larger issues they remained adament:
All in all, it was a fruitless conference at
Belgrade, the proof once again irrefutably
emerging there that its participants are as com-
mitted as anyone else and about as uncreative
a lot of leaders as ever gathered.
Bormann Reported Alive
The latest report out of Geneva that Martin
Bormann is alive and kicking somewhere in
Soufh America gives cause ftr some exciting
speculation.
The recent report is merely the latest
in a series surrounding the whereabouts of
Bormann and his effort to remain in hiding.
We are reminded of the similar flurry of
stories and rumors about Adolf Eichmann prior
to Eichmann'8 uncovering in Buenos Aires.
The relationship betwent Borman and Adolf
Hitler was perhaps the most personal of all
Hitler's friendships with members of his Nazi
cotene. To capture Bormann would be to touch
the quick of Third Reich history as it lies today
a presumable corpse, in the memory of Twen-
tieth Century man.
Eichmann's capture recalls the planted
rumor of Eichmann's presence in Kuwait in
order to flush him out in Buenos Aires. Is the
report this week of Bormann's presence in Bra-
zil being used as a similar tactic to panic
Bormann elsewhere?
Only time will tell, but it remains a fact
of our time that Nazi Germany lives on among
us long after it was burned to a crisp in a
Berlin bunker back in 1945.
THE IMPORTANCE Cf DOUBLE RECOCNITION
^IKITA KHRUSHCHEV was right to characterize West Be: as a
bone in his ;hroat. For the city contrasted vi!ently ;h it<
East German counterpart: the opulence of one with the dro.. ess of
the other. 'Our" Berlin amply demonstrates the brilliant e tiomic
and industrial successes of capitalist Germany. "His" Berlin ioue communism to be what it is in any beginning satellite: a vicious police
state bent on securing its roots as a primary purpose. \\~ en the
Soviet dictator threatened a separate peace treaty with Eu-r Ger-
many, the Administration's masterminds reacted in terms of the
1949 American defense against the Berlin blockade. But Mr. Khrush-
chev outfoxed us one more time. As an alternative to launc\ms> an
aggressive attack aimed at bringing West Berlin to its knee- ,n one
giant stroke, he withdrew instead.
It is beyond a question clear that the communist sealin. of the
border dividing the two Berlins violates Western rights^-there It is
also clear that the purpose of "our" Berlin has thus been effectively
neutralized. For, to what avail the gorgeous panoply of capitalism's
produce, especially when no one is lelt to be moved by it: This
means that West Berlin must inevitably die on the vine." Tte city's
two and a half million people henceforth represest a survive prob-
lem and no more.
When our legislators, and some of our more arrogant newsmen,
speak of them in other terms, they foster illusions and er..:;,_: m
paradoxes to mask the fundamental issues. The Administration'* ac
ceptance of the illegal sealing of the border is tantamount to tacit
approval of the loss of West Berlin. Once having approved It act,
with however much reticence, we can merelv accuse the Rus-^ns f
threatening to leave Germany entirely, nothing else, To Lie. and
pretend after the fact that nothing has changed, is no pouc-; it is
suicide.
If it is understood as a fact that West Berlin must now be written
off, we should also be realistic enough to foresee arother inevitable
legacy of World War II: the division of Germany into two separate
states. It is only the determined and persistent peptalk of Dr. Aden-
auer and his entourage that has delayed this painful recognition.
Agawi. when our legislators stomp for ultimate reunificatk.-. they
simply mean to sound heroic in the face of the onslaughts of pnnciples
to the contrary expounded by the Soviet Union. In addition, they an
failing to tell us a very important thing.
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SILENCE Of THE ADMINISTRATION
QUR OWN GOVERNMENT no more wants a reunited Germany
than does the Kremlin. The Russians, much to our dismav a::.'
anxiety may, as they threaten, walk out of East Germanv one .1
these days. But they will be doing so on their own' terms. The pup
pet regime is by now well-established and can minimally fend for
itself: besides. Russian troops will not be moving too far back. For
Mr. Khrushchev, a divided Germany is unqualified insurance against
a wholly resurgent, militaristically aggressive Germany.
For our own part. West Germany seems creative enough and
perhaps just a bit too restive. Divided, the nation can at least cur
rently be contained within the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
structure as a deterrent force against further communist expansion
" th* fur0Dea Vn,inent- United well, <*- 'ears frankly run
parallel to those of the Russians.
a- JV .,h'i that We are not being told, together with the fact that
west Berlin has already been lost. Neither are we being reminded-
lor how many of us remember through the haze of propagandistic
TJt ,a \Z'?al a. divided Germany is what we imposed upon the
.11! a R,e,ch in unison ** the Russians, who were our
allies during World War II. Until now, the truth to the contrary, it
,L AVfr a gO0d diPlomatic cold war gambit to press fcr a
a Zr! Germ-any- But ,he rea,ilies of the current crisis call for
a more rewarding approach.
maWhy' l.heu' as ,he Russia"s seem daily inspired with new
maneuvers to heat Berlin to a higher degree of danger, do we repeat
Sn.,wT maxi">s? Why is the Administration silent, when it
should be preparing the nation lor new directions and newer under
standing?
'- : ...
WE BIGINNING 1$ IN THE TKUTH
JHE ANSWERS COME hard. And, until they come, we see terror
M.r!?PVng Wn Upon lhe land- with the spirit of the late Joe
n"y nvering among us. Witch-hunters spread their wings, and
Sl^ii n i .^ Hke Seeretary McNamara, before the Senate
iVZfnt Re'atl0ns Co"ntee the other day, can ward them off.
ignorant as we are, we are not even told the ultimate truth: the choice
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Fencing Class Announced
Coral Gables Youth Center, 400
! Anastasia ave. and will meet each.
A new adult class in Fencing for Tuesday from 8 to 10 p.in through
beginners is starting Sept. 19 at the Xov. 14.
to right are Selig Miller, treasurer; Sid- Mrs. Harry Hausman, recording secretary of
Goode, congregation president; Rabbi Dade Heights Jewish Congregation. They are
Richtei spiritual leader; Cantor Eman- seen following the congregation's installation
ridel; Eton Shapiro, vice president; end donre on Aug. 26.
High School Registration Open
;,tion at li' Central He-
.1 School of the Bureau.of
Educa 10 l is now open.
i -ion, were held Wcdnes-
Pii ebrew Higto Scnooi is at
eeting 11 three geographi
: for Miami, at the Bu-
.lewi-h Education bldg.,
[35 \vv 3rd ave.; Coral Gables and
So Miami, at Temple Zion. 570
SU i" St.; No Miami Beach, at
Beth I :ah Congregation. 1051 No.
Miami Beach blvd. Other classes
are ir I ,-mation
Staff of the Heorew High School
consist] of Rabbi Shimon Azulay,
David Friedman, Nathan Stern and
Rabbi voshe Aspes. Herbert Ber-
oer, aaeistant Bureau executive.
direct- the Central Hebrew High
Si hool.
The High School is open to
graduates of Hebrew depart-
ments of all Jewish schools, and
offers courses in Hebrew Bible,
Hebrew literature, Jewish cus-
tc;ns and festivals, Jewish his-
tory, ethics and current prob-
lems, Mishna and Talmud.
Over 150 students are expected
to register in the program this
year.
The Central Jewish Library of
the Bureau of Jewish Education
has reopened for the season. The
library contains 8,000 volumes in
Hebrew. Yiddish and Judaica, and
offers free lending service to the
general Jewish community. The
library circulated over fi.ooo vol-
umes las; year to Jewish teachers,
ruLhis, authors and scholars. Mrs.
Anna Sir.tow is librarian,
The Bureau's library committee
consists of Mrs. Joseph Duntov,
chairman .Mrs. Joseph Aoclow. Dr.
Philip Gotlieb, Morris Honigbauin.
Dr. Isaac L'nterman and Rabbi
Allied Waxman.
sjliount JVeb
5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI
invitcH yon to attend
Special Memorial Services
conducted by
RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
Coral Way Jewish Center
Sunday, September 17, 10:30 a.m.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Temple Emanu-EI Congregation
Sunday, September 17, 11:30 a.m.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Temple Emanu-EI Congregation
Sunday, September 17, 11:45 a.m.
Ben-Gurion Hints
He May Retire
Continued from Page 1-A
Prim* Minister made known his
position to President Ben-Zvi. The
letter of rejection referred dra-
matically to the successive Israel i
! Chiefs of Staff, whom the Prime
Minister lauded for devotion and i
] loyalty. In his letter, the Prime j
; Minister also said farewell to col- j
1 leagues in the Government "with I
whom I have long been associ-
i ated.'*
Mapai rejected the Prime Min-1
! ister's decision and met with him ;
' to determine under what condi-1
' tions he would try to form a Gov- j
ernment. It appeared from the j
Prime Minister's letter of rejec- j
' tion that he was less concerned |
with a Mapai majority which he '
did not mention than with a;
set of partners ready to work
more closely with him than they
did in the prior Government.
RABBI GERALD LERER
Flagler-Granada Congregation
Sunday, September 17, 2:00 p.m.
RABBI MORDECAI PODET
Temple Judea
Sunday, September 17, 1:00 p.m.
UF Enlists
2,000 Volunteers
More than 2.000 volunteers have j
i been enlisted for the 1962 United
1 Fund campaign, according to j
Edward F. Swenson, jr., general
campaign chairman.
i
Swenson announced that for the
period from Sept. 11 through Sept,
! 25, Dade countians can obtain
bumberstrips and volunteer cards
from any one of 1.280 gasoline sta-
tions throughout the county, dis-
! tributed to them by 16 oil compa-
| nies which have agreed to partici-1
pate in the United Fund drive for!
' volunteers.
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Community
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"HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS A PART
OF OUR H'GH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE'
RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE
Jewish Section of
WocdEawn Park Cemetery
3260 S.W. 8th STREET
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, 1961
II A.M. (This Sunday)
Rabbi Solomon Scbiii Rabbi Norman Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantors Maurice Mamches, William W. Lipson
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
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Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1125 N.W. 137th STREET
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, 1961
2 P.M. (This Sunday)
Rabbi Solomon Schiff Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Rabbi David Rosenfeld
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor Maurice Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
r 'i! $
SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED.
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Co-Ch.irmen: Memorial Services Committee
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Jcserh Silverman, head of the usher commit-
tee ct Temple Ner Tamid, has enlarged the
, tee to accommodate the capacity at-
( ance at High Holiday services. Seated
(] to right) are Jack Bernstein, Silverman,
( lolph Greenbaum. Standing (left to
r :e Jack Greenberg, Charles S. Abrc.rri-
son, Dale Regent, Paul Press, Dan Piver, Dan
Wagner, Irvine C. Spear and Irving Egel. Not
shown are Frank Cohn, FVed J. Deutsch, Jer-
ome Sail, Jack Axehod. Ralph Axelrod, Moses
Wolf, Sol Siegel, Judge Louis Stallman, Isi-
dore Brown, Bernard Lack, Seymour Horowitz
and Ira Rachles.
Serbia to Chair
Benefit Dinner
](v.- : Serbin will be chairman
nelil dinner lor Cedars ol
), Hospital scheduled for
pi ; temple Israel.
emenl ol Serbin's ap-
P' : : was made this week by
r Sapiro, hospital presi-
de mho added that the gala
i ill < oincide with the official
o. date of Cedars Hospital,
or many functions planned
i ek's dedication program,
< Nov. l.
ner will be attended by
in- ..- civic, government, and
i i aders, as well as bun-
di ii men and women interested
ii support of the newest 282-
tX -::..! to he added to Ml-
.i! Metropolitan Medical Con-
ti
f: kin has been actively en-
paged in philanthropic projects
fci number of years: He has
worked with the United Fund,
Iff Mt. Sinai Hospital develop-
rri fund, and the Combined
h Appeal, and is interested
ir the American lied Cross and
fr. .' tierican Medical Center in
I c r He also serves as treas-
M Temple Israel ot Great-
el Miami.
LEWIS I. StRBIN
' rung in 1953, Serbin spon-
series of annual benefit
ilrnaments which attracted
1 & professionals. Babe Didrik-
soi be called the world's great-
man athlete, and a former
0 t star, won the Serbin Open | wanted bail for the teacher.
Proceeds of the event went
' the Damon Runyon Cancer
Ft -..
Boy-Stealer
Stiii in Custody
LONDON ulTA) Sholem
StarRes, uncle of an Israeli boy
who was spirited away from his
parents more than a year ago by
his Orthodox grandfather, was re-
manded this week in custody for
another wick on an Israeli extra-
dition warrant. The warrant ac
(uses the 22-year-old religious
school teacher of child stealing
and perjury.
Mrs. Esther Iwi, Starkes' attor- j
ney, 'old the police court at the
hearing that her client- had been j
granted bail and that she again
HospHcB Barnes
New Director
William Marnier, who for the
past year was acting executive di-'
rector of the National Childn n
Cardiac Hospital, ha- been named
executive director.
.Marnier came from Cincinnati
about five years ago. and was pre-1
viously in the real estate business,
and owner of a chain oi clothing
establishments.
National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital plans to occupy its new build-
ings in the Metro Medical Center
in the summer ol 1002. 'and the
varied business experiences of
1 William Marnier should prove ol
! incalulable value in solving t h e
i many problems that accompany
such an undertaking."' declared
Leo Robinson, president, who add-
ed that "we have an essential pro-
gram of fund-raising under way.
since ours is a 100 percent charity
institution.''
Mrs. Janette Jacobs, who has
been identified with the hospital
for 25 years, continues as assistant
executive director.
Beth Shoicm Will
Fete Isadore Hecht
[sadore Hecht, noted civic, phil-
anthropic and business leader, will
be honored at the Temple Moth
Sholoni Israel Bar Mitzvah Din-
ner in recognition oi his 'devo-
tion and dedication on behalf of
the State of Israel and lsiai !
Bonds.''
The dinner will take place on
.Sunday. Oct. 2H. at the Kden Roc
hotel. Rabbi I.eon Kronish. spirit-
ual leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
announced that in honor ol Hecht
and in tribute to Timr-le Beth Sho-
lom's efforts for Israel Bonds, one
of Israel's greal statesmen, His
Excellency Mordekhai Shneerson,
A nbasaador of Israel to Mexico.
Will be guest speaker.
Serving as chairman of the din-
ner is James M. Albert, who
said "the tribute to Isadore
Hecht is richly deserved. He is
being honored by the State of Is-
rael, by his congregation, and by
his many friends for his years of
devoted and distinguished efforts
on behalf of Israel Bonds."
Hecht has been a dedicated lead
er and worker on behalf oi numer-
OUS local and national causes l!e|
i^ a member of the boards ol Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Greater Miami j
Jewish Federation, Mt. sinai Hos-
pital, and Brandeis University.
Under his chairmanship. Temple
Beth Sholom'* Israel Bend Dinner
last year achieved a record in the
congregation's Israel Bond sales.
On the occasion of Temple Both
Sholom's Israel Bar Mitzvah Din-
ner, special recognition will also
be accorded to the Temple's "'Oleh
Regcl," Pilgrims to Israel, those
members of the congregation who
have visited Israel during its Bar
Mitzvah year. Among them are:
Mr. and Mrs .lames Albert, Mi-
anil Mrs. David Balogh, Mr. and
Mrs. William Bornstein. Cantor
David Conviser, Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Ell, Mr. and Mrs Jack
Gaines, Mr. and Mrs Abe Gellcr,
Mr and Mrs. Isadore Hecht. Mrs.
Sam Hirsch, MT. and Mrs. Harry
Horowitz. Mr. and Mrs Morry Mor-
ns. Dr. and Mrs. Ed Roth, Mi-
ami Mrs. Ben Schiek.
SAMUSL RAZOff
Mt. Sinai Names
Purchasing Chief
The appointment of Samuel Ra-
coff as director (.1 purchasing hi 3
been announced by Samuel Gerl
ner. executive director of Mt. Sinai
' Hospital.
Racofl was formerlj assistant
(purchasing director of Beth Israel
1 Hospital Boston. Mass. He had
been associated with Beth Israel
for the past is years.
Racoff and his wife, Melba, have
two sons. Barry. 11 and Gerald, L0.
Workmen's Circle
School Opened
Workmen's Circle School. 1545
S\V 3rd st.. opened on Sept 6 with
Bernard Wind as instructor.
The school, a part of the cul-
tural program of the Workmen's
Circle, has been in existence for
17 years, and is accredited by the
Bureau of Jewish Education. Cour-
ses are oil. red in Yiddish and He-
brew, and include Yiddish km-
guage, history and literature.
Classes are held from 3:30 to
1, so p m daily. Beginners arc
accepted and transportation is
available in the Southwest section
ol the City, Also planned is a SO 1
of bi-weekl] lectures for adults
L'CHAYIM
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bin is a member of B'nai
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and professional trade or-
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John head the firm of Serbin, Inc.,
manufacturers of women'* dresses
11 sportswear,
R. L. \voit. representing the Is- |
rael Government, objected to the
bail plan, and said the whereabouts
of missing Yossel Schumacher was
a matter of "grave concern.'' De-
tective inspector Margaret Heald
also opposed bail and said the
police had "very good informa-
tion" that the missing child was
in England.
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Friday. September
i>;
5. 1961
U.S. Athletes Win Most Maccabiah Awards
Newly reorganized Hialeah Liberal Conqreqation found itself
without a Torch at the advent of the Hiqh Holy Days. Temple
Jt-dea, of Coral Gables, came to the rescue. Left to right are
Rabbi Mordecai Podet, spiritual leader of Temple Judea; Ben
Essen, Temple Judea president; and Marvin Leibowitz, pres-
ident of the Hialeah congregation.
TEL AVIV(JTA)A hope that
the next world Maccabiah may in-
clude Jewish athletes from the So
viet Union and other Iron Curtain
! countries \\a* expressed at Ramat
(Jan Stadium, before an audienct
of 45,000 last week by Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion. He wal
principal speaker at colorful
ceremonies that formally con-
cluded tli'' week-long sixth Mac
cabiah Games, i:i which Jewish
athletes from :'6 countries par-
ticipated.
Mike Hern ner New York
University track star, was award-
ed ;> !' .;i! pi i ie fur having
amassed the highest number of
gold medal: among the men. The
women's championship plaque was
awarded to Madeleine Bergman,
of Australia.
Jewish athletes from the Uni-
ted States came out with the
most gold medals during the
Soviets Rebuff B'nai B'rith
Request for Jewish Participants
Continued from Page 1 A
B'rith wanted to send to Rus-
sian synagogues a gift of such
religious articles as the Old Tes-
tament, prayer books, and pray-
er shawls which are in short
supply in Russia.
Mr. Katz reported that the dele-
gation's observations on the lack
of Jewish institutions in the USSR
Ld not correspond with what the
delegation was told by Russian
oflicials that Soviet Jews simply
were not interested.
The B'nai B'rith leader asserted
that Jewish cultural interests would
Nourish in the USSR if they were
"accorded the same encourage-
ment shown other Soviet ethnic
groups. In our brief but intensive
contacts, we found a persistent
streak of Jewish consciousness,
even among young Jews. But they
are without almost any cultural
means to express it."
He said his delegation had the
chance to discuss "this apparent
contradiction" in Soviet policy to-
vard 'its 100 and more ethnic
croups during a 60-minute confer-
ence with Kutznetsov. one of the
Soviet officials "who attributed the
almost total absence of Jewish
content newspapers and periodi-
< "Is. either in Yiddish or the Rus-
sian language, and of Jewish ed-
ucational facilities, or even secular
school courses in Yiddish or He-
Going to
Cleveland?
brew, to a disinterest among Jews
themselves."
Katz told the Soviet official
that there was still widespread
use of Yiddish among Soviet
Jews and that it was hard to
agree that Russian Jews "would
not support enthusiastically a
Yiddish press and other Yiddish
cultural facilities, as well as He-
brew and Russian language in-
stitutions, if they were Jewishly
oriented."
I
To this, the Soviet official re-
. plied that his Government, as well
; as Soviet Jews, favored the con-
tinued growth of a dominant So-
! viet culture and the elimination of
other cultures that might tend to
set groups apart. The American
[Jews replied, first, that the Amer-
ican experience had shown that
the strengthening of diverse ethnic
cultures enhanced rather than
weakened the national culture, and
that the Soviets had accepted this
thesis for all the other ethnic
groups in Russia, despite the offi-
cial identification of Soviet Jews
as a nationality group.
In Budapest, the B'nai B'rith
group met with Karoly Oit, chair-
man of Hungary's Bureau of Re-
ligious Affairs, and with secular
and religious leaders of the Hun-
garian Jewish community. Mr.
Katz said that the visits to the
USSR and Hungary were conduc-
ted on an "unofficial basis." that
the requests for conferences with
government officials were granted
"on short notice," and that the
B'nai B'rith group was received
with cordiality and interest.
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week-long contests. United States
teams garnered a total of 58
! p|d medals. Israel was second
over-all winner, with 29 medals.
The Americans won 29 silver
and 24 brome medals. Israel got
'. 47 silver and 38 bronze medals.
in the final daj of competition.
U.S. teams, led by Gary Gubner
and Dick Savi i. both New York-
- won 16 gold i '
won an unus
;he and d'sens titles in
track and field, hei follov
throu J: bj taking firs) placi in the
heavyweight htlifl Savilt.
who had v on the W imbl >don ten-
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tennis titles here
During the final day. the U.S.
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' United States al&c won | ie mm.
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' Israel 5-4, in the final
in gymnastics, Don ; ,rak, 0f
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three meter divine gold
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Page 9-A
Adath Yeshurun Appoints Cantor
Cantor Abraham M. Reisman has attended Yeshiva Chayei Olom in
been appointed eantor and eduea- Vean sheonm. He is a graduate
turn supervisor at Adath Yeshurun
Temple. ,ol" ,nc Mizrarhi Theological Semi-
,, r narv of Jerusalem, and also stu-
Cantor Reisman. lormerlv of J
Temple Beth El, ol Harnsburg. died at Yaie school of mu.MC :n New
Pa., was born in Jerusalem, and Haven, Conn.
Cantor Reisman studied voice
with Robert Weigister at Carnegie
Hall, and is a graduate of the In-
stitute of Hazzanuth.
In llarrisburg. he was president
of the ZOA district there and a
member of the Pennsylvania state
advisory hoard ol the organization.
Left to right are Steve Wayner, Boy's Tag Day chairman;
Sandy Kandel, Girl's Tag Day chairman; and Marty Sachs.
South Florida Council Godol. Marty also served as Boy's
cr.cirman for the 1960 Tag Day of the B'nai B'rith Youth Coun-
:.'. of South Florida. Funds are for the National Cvstic Fibrosis
Research Foundation. South Florida chapter's annual effort
was held Aug. 28 this year, with some 300 teen-agers collect-
ive over S1.7C0. Co-chairmen were Sandy Kandel, of Tags
BBG, end Steve Wayner, Killel AZA.
Golda to Head UN Delegation
Continued from Page 1-A
A>" ;rr>ly. Among more than 90
Hi to be placed before the W)
members ol the UN. only two af-
(eel IradAiab relations directly.
The> ..n :
1 The Arab refugee situation, to
In rii hated in the context of the
,in ;.l report'of the United Nations
In ii: and Works Agency for Pal
i i Refugees :n the Near East;
'. 1 ( further status and operation
e l.'nited Nations Emergency
Force, on guard against Infiltra-
tion ot Israeli territory or inter-
national waters on.the borders of
iii Gaza Slrip and on the shore of
the Gulf of Akaba at Shaim el-
Sheikh, in the Sir.ai Peninsula.
A total ol 1.151.024 Arab refu-
gees were registered as eligible
for relief by the United Nations
IRelief and Works Agency for Pal
| stine Refugees, according to an
i announcement made here by the
ON. The announcement stated
I >hat the figure would be included
in L'NRWA's forthcoming annual
! report 1o the General Assembly.
; This is an increase of 40.024 in
:he overall registration of the
j Arab refugees in the year ending
,Jii"e 30. 19>1.
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COMINC BACK TO THE FIVE FACTS, the 1 ll the CUI
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the othi K .. ire
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tiem to ereat* distinction* be-
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mong Amer.can citizens in the
granting ef personal or corrmer-
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an appeasi
mcnl hi< h could onlj i
moi i itions of deeei
cy and inl on .the
i>;.rt ol ci Arab nations re-
el '. inj our aid," i; p. Ilalptrn
said. With adoption ol the amend
d "there can be no
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about thi i
'"' 0 il the l\ not
' so or or rival on its
V< ". th< leadei carrj the future because thej have ;
'' neithi r icy i or communism It i- a
' Hoi ol national m industrialization and rtronfj government
a tern <.l conlaini I communism which is in
one ol uld ociali m under a trong nationalist regime Most
' othn ii for N'ehru and U Nui run controlled governments.
1 cratu formi but keeping their realities, of povu-r in their
own hand \i thieved ilution, and are now
anxiou i, carrj their revolution further through largely Socialist
mean
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fact number FOUR: Derpitc wounded American reelings to-
ward leader who take American aid and repay it wiih Communist
'" pcechi on Berlin, the fad ii thai there is Mill -., world political
wai 'i be waged and thai these leaders are crucial in it. If Amer-
i'ai consol lion, they might compare Belgrade with Ban-
' lhai five yean ago, where well-meaning leaden like Nehru
'''' luRhl in -in anti-colonialist propaganda trap by Chou Bn-lai.
Thi di lance between Bandung and Belgrade is worth reflection, it
' '"' lhai with all the cards Blacked on their side the slogans ol
unit-colonialism, the economics ol hunger and planning, the politics
ol resentment the Communists have made few authentic converts
to their caui
new battlefield on which both sidei will have to fight it out
i thai ol helping the achievement of the good Ufa for every people,
under governments which may not offer freedom to then people but
arc independent m both campi
FINALLY, THERE IS THE QUESTION ol how ; new world c;in be
born oul ol this lattei da) agony ol conflict The facl is that if a new.
world ever emerges il will have to develop a collective world will, be-
'""'I the sovereign will ol national leaders. The Belgrade confei
.-.'< m an iiiilikej.v group la serve as men a base. They are fiercely
onalist, arifl are riddled with old dogmas and slogans. Yet who
I there in the world who will in- detached enough from the world
ol gianl nuclear power lo bring a system ol world peace through world
law into being?
Surclj iin men pj Btfgrade must tea whal la written on the wall
l penalty for failure, Writing with the dead hand (,i the past the
rine ol force at .my !- Khrushchev has laid the hand of death
on ihe future.
Brotherhood Fete
Chairman Named
By Special Report
.!. v YORK Lee II. Bristol,
nan of the hoard ol the BriS-
tol-Myen Coi ha-, been
i national chairman of Broth-
erhood Week to be observed next
Feb. 18 to 25 under the auspices ol
;ii< National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jew -.
As national chairman, Bristol
will lead the nation in (he 29th
celebration of Brotherhood Week,
first held in 1!4 with 300 commun-
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Neutrals Soften Nasser's Israel Blast
BELGRADE (JTA) The con
ference 1 neutralist nations adop-
li-cl a policy resolution at its close
|asl week condemning "imperial-
ist pohciea in the Middle East"
and proclaiming their support "for
the full restoration of all the rights
ol the Arab people in Palestine in
conformity with the charter and
resolutji na of the United Nations."
The reference to the Middle V.w-.\
did ii' mention Israel by name
and the outcome was generally
i (1 a moral victory for
Israel ; nd considerable improve-
ment o\er the results of the Ban-
dung and Casablanca conferences,
both ol which condemned Israel
directly and strongly.
Trustworthy sources reported
that tf-e United Arab Republic
sought to persuade the other
countries to approve a resolu-
tion condemning Israel as "an
imperialist tool," calling for the
liquidation of all "imperialist
bases" in the Middle East and
Africar countries, and calling on
the neutralist states to take ac-
tion tc force Israel to implement
UN resolutions on partition and
the Ar.-b refugees.
Mor< than a quarter of the dele-
gation! opposei the UAR draft.
Led bj Premier Nehru of India,
Yugoslavia, Ceylon. Burma, Nepal.
Ethiopia, Ghana and Cyprus join-
ed to :.:n omission of the UAR
draft fnm the final conference
documents. The opposing coun-
tries w, n agreement from a ma-
jority oJ the delegations to a pro-
posal that references to any con-
flict dit-ctly involving any of the
participating countries should be
omitted.
At a plenary session the new
Premier of the Algerian Provision-
al Government, Benyoussef Ben
..Khcdd.a. for the first time com-
mitted himself against Israel. He
presented an analysis of "colonial-
ist crimes." and promised Algcr-;
ian support to all countries and
peoples fighting for independence,
including "Palestine, where 1.000.
000 Arabs were chased from their
homes by imperialism."
Prince Elhassan. personal rep
resentative of the ruler of Yemen,
said the Palestine partition of 1948.
was "a shrewd device of the
colonialists to maintain their
power." He also called the "Pal
estinian problem "the tragedy of
the twentieth century and the
sha me of the contemporary
world."
He said that "this crime was
perpetrated by the colonialists
to attain their arms. This par-
tition against justice is an in-
ternational problem threatening
world peace. The United Nations
must take the responsibility for
this problem and repair the fault
against 1,000,000 people now
livir.-j in tents without bread and
destitute because their belong-
ings are in the hands of usurpers
for the benefit of imperialism."
Guinea Foreign Minister Louis
Lasana listed Palestine as one of!
the world's "crucial contemporary
problems." He was the only non-
Arab to mention Palestine in the
conference.
A Cairo weekly was being circu- \
Hvsi M ishvt* tor the Xew Year
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I0IIIE TIE WEEK... IS I SEE II
Label A. Katz, B'nai B'rith
president, reads a copy of
"Sovietish Heimland" (Soviet
Homeland), the first Yiddish
language magazine to ap-
pear in the Soviet Union
since 1948. The advance
copy, believed to be the first
outside Soviet borders, was
brought to the U.S. by Katz
following a B'nai B'rith tour
which studied the status of
Jewry in Hungary and the
U.S.S.R. (See Page 1-8 A.)
lated which contained a whole
page on "Israel's Attempted Spy-
ing" at the conference. The article
asserted that eight Israel spies,
disguised as journalists, "infil-
trated" themselves in hotels ac-
commodating Arab delegates to
spy and "disseminate dissent."
Continued from Page 4-A
Is now between survival and the
final i'cognition that not all right
has been vested in us.
Hence, the vigilantes among us:
the Birchers, the "Wake Up
America" fanatics, the lunatic
rightists all of them as sad to
Ihe (l tiny of this nation as the
suddenly silent Sane Nuclear peo-
ple, who murmer not a word at
Mr. Khrushchev's latest Insan-
ities, but who would have bom-
barded my desk with outraged
polemic-, and that of every other
editor, had our government re-
sumed testing first.
Where must a new beginning'
be made? It must be made in j
the truth about Berlin and Ger-
many the Berlins and the Ger- j
manys. No absurd words about
symbols of freedom can substi-,
tute. Let us refresh our minds in
the crematoria: for symbols of [
freedom, in the first instance, re- i
late only distantly to either Ber-
lin and either Germany.
Where must a new beginning
be made? This is the substance
of "It shall be written on the
New Year and sealed at the Day
of Atonement" as the essence of
Rosh Hashona: the truth.
Rabbi Lehrman
To be Heard
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI, will
appear on "A Still Small Voice,"
scheduled for WCKT Sunday morn-
ing at 10 a.m.
Dr. Lehrman will discuss "The
Meaning of Atonement." Cantor
Hirsh Adler and the Temple
Emanu-EI choir, under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Florence Coldnng, will
also appear.
The weekly television program is
coordinated by the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn.
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Jmisfi ncridftar
Friday. September 15, 19i
ii"i.
Cemeteries Schedule Special Annual
Memorial Services Here on Sunday
Louis Merwitzer (riqht). campaign chairman of the Hebrew
Academy, returns to Mrs. Saidie Bieler her S2.5C0 pledoe card
as Mrs. Bieler pays up her five-year pledge in less than one
year. A contributor to many worthy causes, Mrs. Bieler said,
"I am so thrilled to see the new buildings go up the; I want
personally to speed their completion."
'Welcome Home1 Brunch Sunday
Welcome Home" brunch will be
held by the Hebrew Academy on
Sunday. 10 a.m., at the Sterling
hotel.
The brunch will honor the Acad-
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emy board members uho have
just returned ircm a trip to Israel.
To be honored are Leonard Ro-
sen, board chairman, and Herbert
Berber. Dr Louis I. Bunim. Max
Deakter. Moses Gruadwerg, Moses
H. Rosenhouse. and Maurice Re-
vitz.
Rabbi Alexander Gross, prin-
cipal, will give the welcoming ad-
dress. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. exec-
utive director, will introduce the
guests. Program will also include
a report on the current building
campaign by Louis Merwitzer,
chairman of the fund-raising drive.
To be discussed is the Academy's
annual dinner scheduled for Dec
17.
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Annual public memorial services
will be held at Jewish cemeteries
ihrcughout the Greater Miami area
on Sunday* Services will be held
on the day alter Sbatobal TmIui-
vah. the Sabjjath of Rvpentan'v.
Rich tails mid-way between Robh
liashona and Yom Kippur.
At Mount Nebo Cemetery, 550o
NW 3rd st.. Miami, special memori-
al services will be conducted by
Kabbi Samuel April, of Coral Way
Jiwish (enter, at 10:30 am.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, ol Temple
Kmanu-El. will conduct services
for members and friends of his
congregation, one at 11:30 a.m., and
ih.- other al 1145 a.m.
Members <>i Flagler Granada
J'cwish Center wishing to memoria-
lize the departed will attend spe
cial services at Mount Nebo Cem-
etery, with Rabbi Gerald Lerer of-
ficiating at 2 p.m.
One hour earlier, at 1 p m.. Rab-
bi Mordecai Podrt will condut I
memorial services for friend- and
members ol Temple Judea in Coral
Gables.
At the Jewish Section of Wood
lawn Park Cemetery, 3260 SW 8th
st.. Rabbi Solomon Schilf. of Beth
El Congregation, and Rabbi Nor-
man Shapiro, of Beth David Con-
gregation, will officiate at special
services on Sunday at 11 am Can-
tor Maurice Mamches, of Beth Ja-
cob Congregation, and Cantor Wil-
liam Lipson. of Beth David, will
chant the musical portions of the
liturgy.
Rabbi Schiff. Rabbi Tibor Stern,
of Beth Jacob Congregation, and
Rabbi David Rosenfeld will offici-
ate at the special memorial serv-
ices on Sunday. 2 p.m., at Mt. Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery- 1125NW
137th st.. No. Miami. Cantor Mam-
ches will chant the liturgy.
Rabbi', Name Omitted
Through error, the name of Rab-
bi David Rosenfeld was omitted in
the Sept. 8 issue as officiating to-
gether with Rabbi Solomon Schiff
and Rabbi Tibor H. Stern at me-
morial services to be held Sunday.
Sept. 17. 2 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Me-
morial Park Cemetery.
A special holiday memorial
schedule it also slated by Lake-
side Memorial Park and Garden
Mausoleum at NW 25th st. and
103rd ave. Rabbi Maurice Klein,
spiritual leader of Southwest Jew-
ish Center, will officiate for mem-
bers "i hi- eon-tt-ratwrr-at-t -pnr
At 2 pm.. members^nd friends of
Temple T.tertfh .ljpib,-0f Hialeah.
will gather for the'memorial ser-
vice, with Rabbi Leo Heim offici-
'
Als.i scheduled Sunday at Laki
si le are services at W p m., Tern-
i Sinai. Rabbi.Benno wallach of-
ficiating; and 3. p*.m., Beth Emeth
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officiating.
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Friday. September 15. 1961
V'Jewist H-irMinm
Page 13-A
Kol Nidre Service Tuesday Evening
Continued from Pg 6-A
will officiate at KoJ Nidre services
Tuesday evening at 6:15 p.m., and
speak on "Hypocrisies" on Wed-
nesday during Yom Kippur serv-
ices at 9 a.m.
Ycm Kippur will be ushered in
with the traditonal Kol Nidre
service on Tuesday. 6:30 p.m., at
Southwest Jewish Center, 6438 SW
8th St., and Rabbi Maurice Klein
will deliver a sermon on "The
Height of Faith." On Wednesday.
Let Us Resolve on Holy Days
To Return to Ways of God
By DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Temple Emanu-EI
,- we approach the Sabbath of
' entsnce, we come face-to-face
with one of the most glorious con-
(
i .
i
l ,n religion, and that is tha'.
mother chance. No mat
.i he has fallen, no mat-
, fir he has strayed, if he
it, he can once again
in the eyea ol the Lord
! receive His grace. This
concept is expressed
entlj .r. the words of the
'<> this particular
,, leturn. Oh Israel, to the
. God, for thou didst
nble in thine iniquity.'"
words are a clarion call
r conscience. How often we
his topic will be "A Pity for the
Living," with Yom K;ppur serv-
ices beginning at 8 a.m., and me-
I morial services to be held at 11
ja.m. Mrs. Nat Lurie. choir direc-
tor, and the choir will assist at
services.
Miami Hebrew Cor -,relation,
1101 SW 12th ave., will hold Fri-
day evening and Saturday morn-
ing services at 6:15 p.m. and 8:30
a.m. Rabbi David Rosenfeld, with
Cantor Fred Bernstein chanting the
musical portions of the liturgy, will
] .ouduct Kol Nidre on Tuesday at
I i: 15 p.m.. when his topic will be
"Forgiveness." Sermon on Wed-
lesday will be "Y zkor To Re-
member." during Yom Kippur day
ervices to commence at 7:80 a.m.
Sa.il.a'h services at Temple Beth
Shiran, Suniland Hall. 11539 So.
Dixie hwy., will be held at 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Morris Skop will also
conduct Saturday morning services
it 10:30 a.m., with Cantor Herman
iol lit ) rendering the musical por-
ions ol the hu.r.y Yom Kippur
set vices will i.- held at the Village
Green Auditorium (,n Bird rd.. at
I19ih ave. beginning with Kol
Nidre o.i Tuesday at 6 p.m. Wed-
nesday services will be at 9:30
a.m.
Die en the road of life. How
we misuse and abuse the great
gifts and talents that God has be-
stowed upon us. How we deny
our hearts and our souls the spir-
itual food they need for sustenance.
hVw little we concern ourselves with the great ethical and moral con-
cfl'is of righteous living, as promulgated by our prophets, sages and j
seers of all ages.
RABBI IRVING ItHRMAN
... clarion caff to conscience
Yes. and how often do we deny ourselves the most indispensable |
ingredient in life love. All too frequently, in our frantic daily sched-
ule e ignore this one most blessed gift of God, and we neglect our
(fear ones. We forget how precious is a soft word, a kind gesture, a
tloughtful act. <
And where is commitment? Alas, our lives as Jews are so peri-
pheral, so empty, so superficial. When I attended the Conference of
tfu World Council of Synagogues in Paris, I was deeply moved by the
cr> that came from the hearts of so many of tfte liv and rabbinic
laden of Europe, as they pleaded for the strengthening of the syna-
W-ue. And it was a desperate cry, for wherever you go in Europe, you
m i the shadows of the six million of our brethren who perished on
oil. ;
Arid T asked the question, "How many of us express our thankful-
ness by rommittinj? ourselves sincerely to Torah, to tradition, to our
[i ople and our faith, to the synagogue and to God?"
These, among countless other questions are the ones we must ask
ourselves on TJv SAbbath of Repentance. But the redeeming feature
('frjhis day is that if we have erred, we can make amends.
Let us resolve to return to the Lord our God to walk in His
fch. \o live by His laws, to practice His precepts and to be worthy of
Noted Diplomat
Is Heard Here
Ira Hirschmann, American diplo
matic representative, was guest
speaker at Rosh Hashona services
at Congregation Yehudah Moshe.
Hirschmann is an outstanding
financier, businessman and lead-
.ng authority on Middle East af-
fairs. A former United States en-
voy to Turkey, he undertook secret j
missions to the Middle East in I9601
under the auspices of the State
Department in the United Nations,
visiting all the countries which sur-
round Israel.
More recently, Hirschmann was
sent to Israel by Look magazine to
cover the trial of Adolph Eichmann,
and he prepared a series of radio
reports giving the highlights of
the trial.
I i.et us
'h. to live
!s trace.
And may the New Year 5722 bring to us and our dear ones
[pinevs and fulfillment in a world of peace.
To Meet for Cocktails
Nor Isle Opitmist Club will meet
for cocktails in the Baccarat room
of the Deauville hotel on Saturday
at 7 p.m., and then move on to the
Casanova room for dinner and the
show. "Playmates of Paris." Mrs.
Irving Kern is in charge of ar-
jfAiami Beach Chapter
of the
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+Jewist> rhridfian
Friday, September 15. 1961
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Restoration of Later Years into Mainstream of Life
WAKE UP YOUNGER! How to Make the Most of Your
Later Years. By Samuel Gertman, M.D., and H?len
Alpert. 2S6 pp. New York: The Citadel Press, 222
Park Avenue South. $4.95.
"/IROW OLD ALONG with me; the best is yet to be,"
^* sang the poet, and like most ot the Romantics, his
remoteness from reality gives us not a view of life, but
a vista of escape from it. But I think now that the poem
has been misread all these years, for the emphasis should
r.ot fall on best." but on 'to be." the act of living Itself,
for that, done properly, can make each succeeding day
the best, with the rich accumulation of years and experi-
ence pavini- the way for the next days living.
"Wake Up Younger!", written by two Miamians,
soars to make this point. A book directed primarily to-
ward three groups those in their later years, those
who are preparing for retirement, and those who have
aging parents it explodes many of the myths about
aging, replacing them with the sound body of knowledge
which gerontology, the scientific study of the phenomenon
of aging, has provided. With warmth and sympathy
(qualities mostly absent in many books of this kind), the
authors discuss problems of sex and health, of personality
and relationships, of recreation and hobbies, of where to
live and why, on how to prepare for getting old. and how
to feel when you get there.
Perhaps one of the book's most valuable thoughts is
the restoration oi the later years back into the main-
stream of life. Far from being a separate, strange part
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Hate Hierarchy in Our Justice Department
Washington
taiHY are the Nazis permitted
to hold U.S. Government
K ; Klux Klansmen are bar-
ic from the Federal payroll?
The KKK .- listed by the VI
tornej General as subversive. But
rn< j General, Mr. Robert
F. Kennedy. has decided not to
add Nazis '" '.he list.
Consternation and confusion followed the Attor-
ney General's recent conclusion on the issue <>! the
so-called American Nazi party. By failing to li-t
the group, '.he Justice Department inadvertently fa-
ted a claim by the Nazis to "clearance." Fed-
personnel Officials were asked if they would
ploy an admitted Nazi.
Some officials said they definitely would not.
Others were not so sure; "a man is not required to
be either a Republican or Democrat." .Most hiring
.1- concluded that they would consult the At-
j General's list of subversive organizations for
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Khrushchev Doctrine
United Nations
A DOCUMENT of tremendous
** importance to the entire world
has been issued here by Secretary
General Dag Hammarskjold. It is
the introduction to his annual re-
port to the General Assembly. The
body of that annual report is al-
Iways prepared and issued earlier
in the summer. The introduction is usually held up
for issuance just before the Assembly convenes.
Since this year's regular Assembly, the 16th session
of this body, is scheduled for Sept. 19, Mr. Ham
marskjold has now issued his introduction, so as
to give all members and delegations an opportunity
to study it.
Briefly. Mr. Hammarskjold, in this introduction,
juxtaposes two UN principles. Without naming
Khrushchev or Russia, he sets forth the Khrushchev
doctrine, which holds that the Secretariat should
be composed of a "troika"three, coequal secre-
taries general, one representing the West, one from
the "Socialist" bloc, a third from the so-called
"neutral" world. Against that concept, the IN
chief posits another, deeper philosophy.
The Khrushchev doctrine, in Hammarskjold's
view, embraces what he calls the "conference" ap-
proach. Under that doctrine, the UN. he holds, can
be only a forum for conferences among nations.
0 polite to call the Hussion notion one that seeks
to lock the UN into the form of a mere debating so-
ciety, that is exactly what* the "conference" ap-
>ach means. On the other hand. Mr. II. proclaims
validity (it !u- approach, which he calls the
utive" approach. Me holds that, aft sions
or recommendations hail i.een voted by the Securit)
incil or the General Assembly, there must be an
executive a; the I'N to implement the resolutioi -
Tha: executive, in his view, is the Secretarial
h ont single, neutral Secretary General at the
The significance to Israel of these two ap-
proaches is apparent at once. Khrushchev wants
the .Secretariat to be run by power blocsthe West,
the East and the so called "neutral" or "unaligned"
countries. Now all knew there are no real neutral
or unaligned nations. The majority of the "un-
aligned" often form their own blocs either on a
permanent basis or on specific, ad hoc issues. One
need only recall the fact that Israel is a "loner''
here, being a member of no bloc at all. to realize
how dangerous the Khrushchev doctrine is for the
Jewish State.
guidance. One admitted that he could no! grasp
how "ex-Nazis are l. ring trained in America by the
: \ir Force for th new Luftwaffe whtn the same
men killed Americans so 1 guess it would be
onsistenl to permit a neo- Nazi or whatever you
..ant to call h:m. to work in the Government here
What's the difference so long as they are strong
anti-Communists?"
A month ago. Rep. Seymour Halpern. New York
Republican, opened a Congressional attack on the
retention of an Individual who admitted belonging
to a Nazi front group ol the Rockwell movement.
1 barges were mad*' that the U.S. Army retain-
ed a civilian employee after possessing evidence
that he provided the "hate bus" to the Nazis and
ersonally participated in .some anti-Semitic pieket-
Tho Defense Department is still "studying .
the technicalities involved with respect to his
rights." Departmental sources said it would be
easier to dispose of the matter "if only the Justice
Department listed the Nazis along with the other
subversh i
However. Mr Kennedy has pointed out that it
is not necessary to place the Nazis on the subversive
list. He explained that "the name American Nazi
would seem to be adequate identification of
tins group." The purpose of the list was only to
"alerl Government hiring officials and applicants
for Government employment to the fact that stated
groups have subversive character."
Mr Kennedy ruled that "In the present cir-
cumstances, there is ample reason to doubt the
advisability of instituting prolonged designation pro-
cedures against such a group, thus affording its
leader and members a public forum for the further
dissemination of its obnoxious doctrines and. giving
it considerable publicity."
Rep. Halpern commented: "I do not understand
how the U.S. Government can justify continued em-
ployment of an individual so unstable politically
that he facilitates totalitarian extremism and prop-
aganda activities, whether Nazi, Fascist, or Com-
munist. He is hardly the man to have access to
our strategic maps at a time when the nation i.s
mobilizing in response to the President's call for a
militant alert."
Sen. Kenneth Keating, New York Republican,
felt similarly. The Senator said: "We can no longer
pretend that this is an unknown, unpublicized organ-
ization which can be ignored out of existence. Its
operations have become notorious ."
The Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith,
the Jewish War Veterans and non-Jewish veterans
groups, are among organizations unable to under-
stand the continued employment of Nazis.
It is well known that, when blocs compete, the
stronge-t or more persuasive wins.
of ones existence, removed from everything that has
been important before, fraught with unwanted quirks and
disabilities and limitations, the authors reveal with im-
mense clarity that the needs of the aged are exactly the
same as the needs of every other age. Life is a con-
tinuum; and the four essential needs are still for physical
health, for economic security, for a role in life. and. of
paramount importance, for self-worth. The bock in-
cludes, in this area, a fascinating scoring method for
understanding and evaluating one's needs.
The warm tone of the book is one of its outstanding
virtuts: it has a unique, almost conversational lilt, a
gentle and persistent charm of insight and kindness.
Sprinkled with vignettes of real people, tilled with sound
medical and human advice, it is a guide to effective
living which has merit for any age and the mere aged,
the more merit.
Dr. Samuel Gertman. former medical director of the
Jewish Home for the Aged here in Miami, and chief of
the Geriatric Clinic at the University of Miami Medical
School, is a national authority on geriatrics wlv.sf \vi[C
is a women's leader in the Jewish community. Helen
Alp in Miami, is a long-lime writer and newspaperwon
especial!} skilled in medical writing. She is also
mother. It is often said that members of one- fa'
are one's severest critics and dearesl fr 11 ds, Tins i- a
relationship which my mother and I ha\e delighted :i
all my life, and I have tried to maintain boll, asp
here. 1 will be forgiven. I am Mire, if ; have erred on
either side.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
OH the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
A 75th Anniversary
|T-----S A MEMORANDUM I II my desk
; ** Irom the public relations de-
] parlment of Yeshha University re-
minds me that the Yeshiva this
month has opened its 75th aca-
Observance of a 75th anniver-
sary by a great institution of
learning is of course an important
event in the Jewish community. For this writer it
has added significance, for it was at Yeshiva Eitz
Chaim. forerunner of lite present Yc-hiva. that he
first struck Jewish roots of learning more than
fifty yeaus ago.
My recollection of the red brick building on
Henry St. which housed the Yeshiva Eitz Chaim on
New York's East Side is luminous to this very day.
In the Ukrainian shtetl whence we came there were
no yeshivas. only chadorim. and here was a new
experience in learning. We had been less than a
week in the country when we were guided by par-
ental hand to this gate of learning >ome eight or
ten blocks away from where we lived. The tongue
of the street was strange to us as we plowed in the
heavy snows of the season to the distant new house
of learning, at times reluctantly and frequently to
the tune of parental scolding. This I remember
clearly. Eluding my memory is the time it took us,
in the parlance of the day. to become absorbed.
The transformation was so incredibly fast that to
this very day we cannot believe there ever was a
day we were not of this soil.
Who would have thought then that more than
fifty years hence we would be reminiscing about
that sanctum on its 75th anniversary? Although we
were quite young, we were already beginning to
realize that here in the red brick house we were
facing a challenge by an outside world. About us
was a hostile climate and how would we live in it
when our school days were over?
i
Dr. Goldmann Recalls the Orators of Our Time
THEY'VE BEEN out on the busting
in Israel electioneering. Th
oi orator is something ne<
ewisfa lite. We did have the Maggie
Of course, and some of them b'
.ous. I suppose the fa mou
Dubner Maggid. tor all the difference
between his type of oratory and th
modern, might prove very effective i;
the political arena. I was interested in an interview oi
Dr. Nahum Goldmann on the subject of speakers which
appeared last week in the Israeli daily Maariv.
Dr. Goldmann discusses the various types of orators,
the long-winded ones and the more compassionate shorter
ones, the speakers who read their discourses and those
who learn their speeches by heart, the ones who write
out their speeches in advance and those who ad bb.
Dr. Goldmann himself doesn't write out his speeches.
He prefers to make notes of the different topics and lets
them guide his speech. He wonders at some of the long
ones He refers to Jabotinsky. One time in
Goldmann tells us. he cam< upon the great
eader who told him that just spoken
\ _^ How long (i:.l .Mil speak?" asked I r. Goldmann.
"Two! replied Jabotinsky.
Dr. Goldmann marveled that a speaker should dare
ho!d an audience that long, and his astonishment was the
greater when he learned that Jabotinsky had memorized
his speech. It made no difference to him, said Jabotinsky,
whether he spoke to an audience of three or four or a
thousand. He might give the same speech. He eyen
had the same pauses.
The Jabotinsky type of oratory, Dr. Goldmann notes,
was far different from that of say, Schmaryahu Levin,
who spoke more briefly and who intermixed his discourse
with metaphor, anecdote and humor. Levin's was de-
cidedly the more popular appeal and ytt Jabotinsky could
also move masses.
I


Friday, September 15, 1961
-Jewisii fhrkMwi
Page 15-A
Mortgage Investment Firm Offers
'Small Man1 Safe Return for Dollar
The lucrative firt mortgage mar-1 Since completing registration
' almost exclu with the SEC early this year, the
'. jnce >' large investment company has expanded its opera-
pened to rel- lions into seven states, Washington,
.lively -.-nail. lual investors D.C., and Puerto Rico.
ihii til >;- kwestwent Fmin- ,,... ....., >
, Biscayne blVd. "While most of our inves^w are
[rom large cities, like metropolitan
I. ,i a i the l S. Securi-iMiami, our funds are used to pro-
iange 4 mmission as vitle mortgage money for home
securities, Mort-
actually functions
f. an investment
construction in the rural areas and
small towns outside the servici
areas of FHA lei stitutions
tru I tger, president, ex- aml savings and
p. i tions," Unger -
"Tnt secc'i'iss we deal in are
first -ortgj-ji-i. fully insured
aaaifUt loss ^ aoH> principal and
intere:- ari the, are available
re the ^dividual investor at sums
as lov. as S13W," Unger said.
' Rate :f InttWt** is 7 per cent."

gage investment
wa ced nit by lrnger's
This makes us non-competitive
with these irge lending Institu-
tions, and a? I I i ime time gets us
Into a mi" a tremendous
backlog of home-building needs has
built up because, heretofore, first
mortgage money has not been
readily available."
The Miami Beach orancn office
ai -; of its type l9 located at 1212 Washington ave..
lo be n the Securi-
E iang Commission.
"II eal inly, to some-
serva ivestors, look
: sound' invest-
h a -: istantial return.
an i n e which offers a
:.. but involves
jses," linger pointed out.
"Oui lves fs are fully protect-
agi -; 103S if both principal
-.. ler an insurance
worked jut by United
Company, a nationally
ating Ui3urj ice tirm based in
[ndiani; >Us,
"All u r investment contracts
cover ; ve-year periods, include
if .; and repurchase agree-
ments. nd prov de for automatic
reinvestment, if desired.
"Under the repurchase agree-
ment, the investor can collect the
lull tin; aid balance on his mort-
gage note plus accrued interest, at
the enc of the five-year period of
l he contract, if he wishes to do
Mor'cage Investment Founda-
tion, established in 1953, has b*n
authorized by 1** SEC to market
S4.00C.COO wairtt f first mortgage
notes, secur&i by first mortgages
on imorovej real estate, and
S250,OCC- worth of subordinated
debeir.ire b-M-i* in $250 units.
Palmer's Takes
On New Line
I'almer's Miami Monument Com-
pany is now exclusive distributor
t ii the new "Signet" line in the
k <>) Ages moaument series.
Rock if Ages has awarded Pal-
mer's i elusive ri stributorship in
Dade and Broward counties "be-
cause of our-fiae record in dis-
tributing the parent line.'- accord*
1 to ire monument company,
Locs-ed a;- Z'.^f SW 8lh st.,
Palme's alia carries several
other 'ine HltM irscludir.-j Barre
Guild, of Barr, Vt. In southern
granites, the 25-year-old Miami
firm 'ejturss such famous
names as Harmony Blue, Dixie,
Comoili, and Other leading va-
rieties.
Palmer's features a staff of
skilled designers and stone-cutters.
some t mployed by the firm for
more than 20 years. Sidney H.
I'almei is general manager, as-
sisted by Mortjn W. Palmer as
sales manager; Uidore Pomerantz.
sales director; Saul Blake and
Paul Bieley, sales counselors; and
Mrs. Renee Raymond, office man-
ager.
Complete variety of family mon-
uments, single monuments, head-
stones and footstones are on dis-
play at Palmer's.
and is headed les Weissman
and Russell K McLean. There isier.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M il'h'i: IS HEREBY (IIVKN I
I hi- iitiil, i signe business under the flclitlou*
BILL'S RESTAURANT \\ I SAND-
Wh-ll Slli IP Hi -'-''>: '- !
I.ii Blvd., i !oral Uubli In to
II %: i-t. i ^ i I ii.i tin- \\ it h 111
I <: Clft'Ull '"!! I
I-1..i IdM
! in i 'REST, 'N-'
...... '>.. Corp i
SAMUEL STEEN
Altol n. > lui I mid i "i ..-i In.-
-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE is HEKED,
i he undei '
I :,- rictiti -
LEVINS! i.VS I'll ii> S K< '
:
Intends i -
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KOl'TIIKRN :
DISTRIBUTOR.* S
Rj ili : i : .. \ .-
GEORGE. AMES ,s II
Attorn. ithi rti I' .1
I dstriliuto In'-
! I.'iO s.W K t Su
Minim 10 Hoi 1 1.1
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
f-Mn^Si fBrradfi-'ir
solicits your legal notices.
Wo appreciate ycur
patronage and 'cpiar'antocr
accurate service at legal
rates .
trial FR 3-4ets
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
Oiher are located in Ft. Lau-
another in So Miami at 5780 Sun- derdale.-West Palm Reach. Riviera
set dr .head Robert F Walk-! Beach and Daytona Beach
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
l\ COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
DADE COUNTY f.ORlD*
No (3674-B
K,, ...... v_. .
JULIUS A '.. I -
I. A. SI ILL
I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APP.ICAT ON FOR FINAL
D'SCHARGE
N'i >'|%I i: i- i I ha
.-,!..,I mj .... i ... .. i i
Kin U 11| Rxecul -
-in.- of riTLlUa a 3IEOEL, I -
.-. :i~.-1. and that on t he 25th da i o(
Heptembrr, 1961, will ippl to 'li^
Honorable Pranh B Dowling County
.IikIu'.' I Dade ''iinty, Florida, >l
approval of Bald Final report and
final discharwa >- Executor of
Estate of JULIUS A. SIBORL,
MILTON R MANNHEIMER
KnVXKK & MWNHEIMER
Vttornei for Executor
/2".. 9/t-8-l!
for
the
de-
/Model Home Wins Award
IN THt COuNTV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 53413-A
in BE: Rutata of
CHRISTINE ELENORA BENSON
| I.TillS^'l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and Alt Persona Hav-
ing Clalmg or Demands Agalnat .-'..id
Estate
Y.,u are hr<-t,v notified and requir-
ed to present mj claims md de-
mands whu'h on may have against
the estate ul C IRISTlNE BLENORA
HENSON deceased late ofOadeCoun-
iv, Florida, to the County Judges of
Di.te County, ml file the same In
their offices In the Count; Court-
house In i'i County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof, or the
sums will be barred
KARL Hm.riKK. Administrator
by Herman r Isls, his attorn*}
H. T. ISIS
CAIN & ISIS, Attorn* I
SSS i W PI i-.'-t Street
Miami 44, World* t ( g t|
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 6IC 3316
V M'.SHA -'' INR .nd
FREDA UAVRAS,
Plaintiffs,
DON Uaini-Y in KUK
RAINEY.' his my.
I" -..
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
TO [mjN RAIN "' v '
'JAN l'. RAIN V his Wife, it any,
17470 N.V Vve.,
Mian
% I that a suit
I .. I llll
.., ,- ... i fll M -
.......b I Court by the
p i oi.....r ) ighi
be I "...
North oi I" Block i
, \ N ISI NLANI
,, rec irded
PI B a ,;'' ""' ""
, i Dade Co ml .
ttructuref
. now and h. n -
after itua a thereon, and the furni-
ture, furn -!i ngs >tiJ fixtures
ta n i 'herein
YOU are required to MTve a copy oi
nor Uiswer other pjeadlng;on the
Plaintiffs' attorney, OEN BSbEN,
1014 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida,
,,j in,, the original in the offire of
the <"ierk of the abov tj sd Coan on
..r before the 3th daj of October, l'.'fil.
in default of which the Complaint will
he taken as confessed against you for
the relief requested in Plaintiffs
Complaint. _
DATED at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, this 6th da> oi September.
r, B LBATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) BJ B 'I l.WWAY
I >.puty Clerk
9/g-lS-M-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOIC'AL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 6'C 8363
nil-: OREENVt ICH SAVINOS P \VK.
Mint I \
laws of th. .- i- H New Y,.rk.
i'i.--
-
SLYMAN JOHN POWELL, et at,
Defei i
NOTICE OF SUIT
T< Si.VM \N .lollN POWELL
Box r:
i Ira i \ Ilia, Tennessee
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
.. .-mi has been brought against you
b) THE GREENWICH BAVINUS
HANK, in the above-e itltled Court,
to foreclose .. mortgage encumbering
the following des.rib.-d property, to-
wit:
Lot 13, f.lock IS, SIERRA MIRAOA,
SECOND ADD1TI"N. according to
the pfat thereof, recorded In Plal
Book 64. at page SI. of the public
re......d> of Dade County, Florida.;
Together with: Wall oven and range;
central heating. Nutone food prep-
aration center and Venetian blinds;
ami you are r.M|iir-"l to file your
answer with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida, at the
Curthouse in Miami, frlorlda. on or
before September 2-J. I"il, and to
serve a copy of such answer upon
david P. catsmaX, Plaintiffs at-
torney, whose address is 14th Floor at
101 East U'lajtler Street. Miami IS,
Florida, on or before said date BJ
required by the laws of Florida. If
you fall to do so. the complaint will
be taken as confessed by you and a
Decree Fro Confesso will he entered
agtttnst you for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
DATED thia lTth day of August,
1961.
E. B. LEATHKRM \N
Clerk Of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
is-ili By; HELEN KKSSI.F.R,
Deputy Clerk
DAVID P CATSMAN
ltth Floor at ioi E. Flagler 81
Miami 31, Florida
x 16, 1/1-8-15
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCJ T OF
FLOR'DA. IN AND FOR OAD
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 1143
THE NEM I RK SAVINi INK,
puru lion existing
State ol New v i
Plalnl
\ -
Ri iNALl i : R >Tv::v.
1 'efen ints
NOTICE OF SU T
T< >: Rl 'N \ 1A I
MARIE C RA PTEY
Ri nidi r i ; ni i
V- .: \:::: HEREKT x-
a suit ha.' -
b> Till; SEW YORK SAVIN IS H SK
n tl..... Com I
I, Me :. m< Ttgnite
follow inn to-wll
!.. ;-, U >:- VDDITioN
TO CAR< 'I. Cll V HARI >ENS -
,. 'i ding to th. '' tl i '
in I'l.ii i:,,K SS, at pagi of tli
public r......I- .ii Dade ''
Florida;
Together with Westinghouss Re-
frigerator, Model No. DM .11:
and you are required to fl your in-
swer with the Clerk of the Cli
Court of Dob- County, Florida, at the
Courthouse In Miami. Florida, on >r
before October ".. 1961, and to serve .
copy of such answer upon david P.
CATSMAN. Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is mil Floor at I'M East
Flagler street, Miami :t2. Florida, >i
or b.i'or. .-;.id dale, as reuuire.l by
the Laws of Florida. If you fail to
do so, the complaint will be takei
confessed b> you mid a li'-'-rfi- I'm
Confess., will be entered agalnat you
for thf relief demanded i" the com-
plaint.
DATED this !8th day of August.
19(1.
B. R. LBATHERMAN
-Clerk of th- Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
(seal) B) : HELEN KESSLER
Deputy Clerk
DAVID P CATSMAN
llth Floor at I'M K. Flagler St.
Miami :;j, Florida
9/i-i-is-a
IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'8 CC'JRT
IN AND FOR DACE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 536r
of
CLARA I I." u '
Dei eased
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
ft All i
ink; Cl ------ I
Estate:
You are I" reb; i dlfied '. r -
.
Ik w Im- Ii I
the ..-!..- ..:'. \- W '
Ici-eused lati
la, to the
i "ounty, and file i
officeH in in
I I, (|, C'ou "' < -:
ai. ii- I
will bi bar
Kirsi publ i-atlon 0 I mil n
the 2SI -' '
A I. MA K T f
ii... Kstnl if i'LARA J
W'OiHi .
: iNARD J K \i.isll
\.....ie\V
Iul'onI Rull ling
Miami 12 Fl II Ids]
1/1 -g. 15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME -_AW
NOTICE IS HEREItY OIVE.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
COMMERCE APARTMENTS ai Dad.
County, Florida int.nils to registel
-.nd name II h th^ I 'lei k of the Cir-
cuit Court of i tade 'ounty, Floi Ida.
MEYER I. CHERK vs and
FANNYE CHERKA8, his wife
ELRYSTONE
Attornes for Meyer L Cherkaa
and Kannye Cherkas, his wife
- IS : l -8-ir.
A new three bedroom model
home, the "Bahama." has won the
1961-62 McCall's Congress on Bet-
ter Living Certificate for the Neil
Sehiff Construction Co., of Miami,
it has been announced by Stan Wy-I Florida,
nett, director of McCall's Home i
Certification Program.
NOTICE I'M*""" '^'TITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I- ini^i.i.i GIVEN that
the underslsjned, dealrlng to engage In
business under the I name of
FRRDRIKSON HOTEL at Ml Wash
ington Avenue, Miami Beach intends
to register i I name with the Clerk
o* the circuit Court of Dade County.
ESTHERS' N CORP.
(A fi.i. Corp )
I v IS-I2-M
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 53298 A
IN RE l- f .f
MARY LBVi 'Vt ICH
11.-, .-
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To All t.'redll irs and All Persona Hav-
ing claim.-' or Demands Against Kb d
Estate
You are ii 'reby notified and requir-
ed to present inj claims and de-
mands which you ma> have against
the estate of MARY LEVOWICH de-
ceased late of Dole County. Florida,
t.. the County Judges of Dad- coun-
ty, and file the same in their offices
In the Coirhty Courthouse In Dade
County. Florida, within six calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
HYMAN N. LEVOWICH, as
Administrator. CTA
First publication of this notice on
the 2". day of August. 19fit.
HARRIS. ROBINSON & WKISSF.L
Attorneys
Dade Federal Building
Miami St, 1 .orida
8/tS, 9/1-t-lS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan
SUNSHINE TOWERS a; 1834 Merid-
ian Avenue, Miami Beach Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
th.- Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JACQUES KOCHEN and
BERTHE KOCHEN
nd
.III.I. > F FI.-'IIM W ind
DAI.is It> iSA FISHMAN
STANLEY M PREI
Attorney for Applicants
Mt Sei bold Bldg.
> 15, 1-8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engcu
business :n flct .- name of
CINDERELLA BRIDALS l( 8851 N U
:7th Court, Miami >'. I
t., reglstei said name with the Clerk
of th
FloiId i
I \ sill. N i >:sc ,i\ \^-
. N '.'
\ln -i
M.BERT 1. R S IN
\ ii il. j fn I i -'- I
I i Lin ul Rd Ml iml i ich, Flu
IN THE COUNTY JLDGF.S' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN "ROBATE
No. 53245
IN RE Estate of
IRA KRIVITZIN >vvn
as IS VAK KRIVITZIN,
1......used.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and \ i Pi mi i R iv-
Ing Claims or Demands Againsl Said
Estate:
You ir.- hereby notified and ro-
qulred to present anj claims and d-
mands wMch you mai have agalnat
the estate of IRA KRIVITZIN, I I
known as ISAAK KRIVIT'/IN de-
ceased late ol Dade t'ouirty, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same tn their o:flees in
the county Courthouse in IKde Coun-
ts. Florida, within six calendar months
from the dat.- ol the flrel publication
hereof, or the -am.- will be birred.
ELIZABETH KRIVITZIN
Executrix of the Estate of UtA
KRIVITZIN also known as ISAAK
KRIVITZIN
MARK S1LVER8TEIN
\i t..i ii. \
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florl I I
9/8-15-M-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.. undersigned, desiring) I i entente in
business under the fictitious name of
FLAMINGO LIQl'ORB it 2 Flamingo
Pjisa Shopping Center, Hiaieah In-
tend! to register said name with tha
ci.-rk of the Clrcul Court of Dade
i 'mini y, Floi
MOSAM '"' IRF
By: M L. 'opperm i -dent.
HARRY Zl'KERNICK
Attorn. \ fol Tin ii -.-
120 Lincoln Rd mi m'.i Beach
si"-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage in
business undi r the nam il
PLAYMATES US i'l.'.'s at 3(M s w.
I3th T< 11 ai 8 iu' ii Mian Intei
reglBt. r snld nami I rk of
the "ii ult i 'oui I i Ii mnty,
Florid i
BT \n BI.OOM
AI. Ii IDOL
8 22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
IMPERIAL east at 10301 East Bay-
harbor Drive, Miami 54, Florida in-
tendl to register said name with the
Clerk of thp Circuit Court of Dade
Count) Florida.
JACK H. APPLFBAI'M
Sole rwner
NELSON A SPIELVi >GEL
Attorneys tor lack H. Appiehaum
i 1-3-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAl\
Nl "TICK IS 1' ERK -V GIVEN I
the underslgi d, desli ng to
business under il"- fii til lous na -
s, IR i li DAD K DISTRIBl' D RS il
lit:. N.B. I'.l'h Street, North Mis
el.. Intends I reglstei said na m<
with ih. Clerk of the Circuit Court >>t
I >ade County, 1-lor-da
DAVID s .P iLDBERG
Sole i rwner
9/8-15-2! I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirinn to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CENTRAL CASTING ACTORS sl'i
Dm at 2:122 Blsoayne Boulevard, Mi-
ami, Florida intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
MARION 1'OI.AN
IVY TMAYER
Sole Owners
9/8-15-22-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrl ig to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
R \ha\i \s PUBLICITY COUNCIL .'
x:',11 S \C 33rd Ter Miami 55, Flor-
ida Intends to regl r the said
with the Clerk ll the Circuit Court ot
Dad Florida
TED M GRECK
1-15-2]
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N. (TICK IS HERE I 1 N
the underslg > It-sirlng 1
buslm fictitious na
SUNSHINE
COUNCIL
Maun 1." Floi IU
the said name with the Clerl
fir. nil Court
TEDM GRECK
J/l-S 12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni 'Th 'E Is' HEREBY GIVI
the undersigned, desiring to igag 1 1
business uiidei the fictitious name of
REDLAND TAVERN at U.S N I
and Avocado Drive, Homestead, Flor-
ida mt.-mis to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude
County, Florida.
MOSAM CORF
Bv: Morris L Copperman, President
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Purchaser
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florid 1
Vt-t-IS-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
POST INN at 2900 W 2nd Avenne,
h ,,t, ih Intends to register said name
with the clerk of the Ciieuit Court ot
1 lade Count). r lorld 1
Mosam 0 RP
By: Morris L. Copperman, President
HARRY ZUKERNICK
\tti rnej fo Puri baser
ij'i Lincoln Ro 1 1
Miami I'.e.ich. l-'!a
8/8-1 i-22-21


Page 16-A
+Jewlsi> noridSar
Friday, September 15, 1961
Interpol Accused of Aiding Nazis Elude Arrest
By Special Report
NEW YORK Nazi officials ac-'
cussed of crimes again-t Jews dur-:
tug the Hitler period have been
helped to escape prosecution and
find haven outside Germany by i
the refusal of the International Po-
lice Organization (Interpol) to co-'
operate in their capture and arrest,
the American Jewish Congress
charged here
Tre Jewish group released the
text of a letter it had sent to J.
Edgar Hoover, director of the Fed-
eral Bureau ot Investigation, tir-
ing that I'.S representatives at the
intrrnational police body's General
Assembly seek a change in Inerpol
policv on the issue.
The Interpol Assembly opened in
Copenhagen. Denmark, on Sept. 4
and adjourned last Saturday Head-
ing the American delegation "o the
Interpol Assembly was Arnold Sa-
galyn, director of Law F.ntorce-
ment Coordination of the Treasury
Department.
The letter, signed by Will Mas-
low, executive director of the
American Jewish Congress, de-
plored as "unthinkable" the fact
that Nazi officials have been
"aided in their escape from jus-
tice" by the unwillingness of In-
terpol to remove the "gratuitous
and needless restrictions" which
it has placed upon itself in the
apprehension of Nazi criminals.
Maslow explained that Interpol's
attitude apparently srems from a
resolution passed at the organiza-1
tion's General Assembly in Lisbon
in 1951 calling for non-intervention
"in questions of a political, reh-
gious or racial character."
The American Jewish Congress
leader said it was obvious that In-!
terpol "cannot allow itself to be
propelled into the domestic poht
ical controversies or the internal
racial or religious contlicts of vari-
ous national governments But
such examples are "vastly differ-
ent from an offer of assistance in
the apprehension of those person.
responsible for the annihilation ot
Kuropean Jewry." he declared.
adding:
"These acts of mass murder can
ir. no way be assimilated to act.-!
amounting to political crimes The
destruction of the Jewish commun-
ities of Europe was an act of un-
paralleled racial persecution suf-
ficiently gross and extensive in
character to constitute a crime
against all humanity "
In urging that Interpol differen-
tiate between political crimes and
acts of genocide such as perpe-
trated by the Nazis ajainst the
Jew-, Maslow ci'ed a State Depart-
ment memorandum to th U.S. Su-
preme Court during the extradition
proceedings brought against Andri
ja Ariukovic. former Minister of,
the Interior in the puppet Croatian
government established by Hitler.
In the memorandum, the State
Department expressed the view
"that the offense of murder, even
though committed solely or pre-
dominantly with the intent to
destroy, in whole or in part, a na-
tional, ethnical or religious group,
is r.one the less murder within
the meaning of the Extradition
Treaty here involved (U.S.-Ser-
bian) and is not thereby rendered
an offense of a 'political charac-
ter' within the meaning of Art.
VI cf the above mentioned
treaty."
The American Jewish Congress
litter also cited a provision in the
Universal Dr-clara ion ol Human
Rights that the ri'^ht to seek and
,'iijoy asylum "may not be invoked
m the (;.- 'A prosecutions genuine-
; arising from non-political crimes
ir from acts contrary to the pur-
pec.-, and principles of the United
Ma t ions. "<
Maslow asked thai 'he U.S, dele-
gation to the Interpol meeting sup-
port an amendment to the 1951 In-
terpol resolution "to insure that
its terms w'll not apply to the pur-
suit or appreiiension of persons ac-
(ist.I of acts made punishable by
the Charter of the Nurembjr^ Tri-
':, :;>! or the C.enocide Convention.
"We earnestly hope.' the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress letter stated,
ha: tie Cope-ha,'en Assembly
will clarify its policies and will di-
r.ct In'.erpol to make available its
facilities and services in the world-
wide search for Nazi and Fascist
criminals that stand accused and
untried lor atrocious crimes
againsl Jews and other minor-
it ies."
VV/U MASLOW
Federation Will
Hear ORT Chief
Continued from Page 1-A
Milton A. Friedman, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Sam A. Goldstein. Dr. '
Morris Goodman. M. J. Kopelowitz.'
Sam C Levenson, Ben Meyers. Jo-
seph M. Rose, Arnold Seeder and!
Mrs Samuel Simonhoff.
Nominated to serve as honorary ;
trustees are David Phillips. Harry!
Sirkin. and Mrs Carl Weinkle
Reservations may be made for |
the annual meeting at the Federa-
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ovnan s
"World
by ISABEL GROVE
from a wonderful six weeks in Europe are the Moe A
Ko.-onhousos (he's the attorney) of 5035 Delaware ave.,
and Miss Sarah Rosenhouse Trip was a Bar Mitzvah
ee whose fluency in Hebrew proved to be the com men
: tor in conversations with friends and famih in France,
|nd Switzerland. Italy, Germany, Austria, and ol course.
Estelle. whose family name is Salpeter. was d< lighted io
ol cousins In Israel by the simple expedient of look-
am e in the phone book She didn't know thai they
I ; rated from England many years ago .
, [ling spectacle was the opening of the Maccabiah Games
tadium in Kamat Gam Yelled themselves hoarse al
S contingent, but were equally impressed with the smaller
cs from New Zealand, Australia. South A'':- a Bnd I'
n alive from Katanga And now. with an album lull
0 urcs which captuxeu the excueuiem i .... u......... ,_
. himsell to ninth grade studies at the Hebrew Academy,
,, K former PTA president there, will assume her duties
',. ,, -resident ol Hebrew Academy Women .
her family back from Europe are the Harold R, Hirsch-
ol 4548 N. Meridian ave., who have lived there the past
sons Howard and uoben a.au.ieu tin i.iiernaiio^al
in Geneva, Switzerland, and aiter receiving his sheepskin,
', ... gome post-graduate work at the Souonne in Paris
. i ow entering the University of Michigan tor pre-ined
-

<3Tewisli Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 15, 1961
Sect.cn B
. Sol (Florence) Heilperins, of 169 NVV 97th st.. Miami
- .pen! their summer attending classes al Strobei, summer
. the Universitj ol Vienna in Austria Although he is
acisi, Sol devoted his time to courses in political science
- iieiloerin. who teaches at the Guidance Center al the
ol Miami, and was participating in the program spon-
ihe iniivc i .-ity. concentrates on psycnoiogj tuio ai-
j guided historical and geographic tours of the country
v the proleasors in Vienna Before returning to this
. the senior Heilperins spent a few davs in Paris Ron
associated with his father in Center Pharmacy. Hew over
i to spend ik.i day wiin bis parents .......i......i .<_>
, State Pharmaceutical Assn., he and his wife, Kathy,
, ing a SUrvej of the pharmaceutical plants in Europe.
-
i d and ready for their sailing Oct. 8 on the American
Line's cruise ship, the Atlantic, are Bernard tBunny) and
.. Israel, oi 12200 Vista Lane. South Maim Leaving
: or! Everglades, they'll sail the ocean wide with first port
llaila From there they'll devote a month to visiting
'el Aviv, Tiberias. Capernaum. Jerusalem and ML Carmcl
Itinerary also includes exotic sounding Algecira, Piraeus,
. Gibraltar and Lisbon.
- -e HC
Ired and Harry Rogers drove to Daytona for a few days
I er prior to Mildred's solo (light to visit with friends and
i Philadelphia and Manhattan Mildred is the mathe-
I (.1 wliil who Keeps ML Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary rec-
. such apple-pie order Harry is the music-man, so much
imand, for irresistable dancing rhythms Cow from h-?r
trip north in seven years somewhat dimmed for Mildred by
ws which greeted her when she returned ton, Bruc" a
i iber cl the Homestead Air Reserve, will he returning to active
n: i tctober .
i rom Beverly Hills, Calif.. Irma (Mrs. Saul) Herman, who has
I siting recent emigrees, daughter and son-in-law Vicki and
Friedman, writes that it's been a wonderful vacation, and her
lie grandchildren, Josh and Sally, are cuter than ever
However, even though the month seemed to fly. she II be glad
ime home But first she plans to stop off in Chicago to
naj hello" to long-time friend Sally Rue and her family.
* *
A coss country tour covering 7,000 miles also took the Gilbert
-awns, of 2311 SW 64th ave.. and their three youngsters,
I Shara Lee. .". and Bradley 3, wav out west ... In
Denver [hey visited with Evelyns father. Si Singer, formerly of
and in Los Angeles, there was a reunion witn long-umc
Inends, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brandt, she's* the former Alcene
I 'eh Pick Other spots, long to be remembered, were Garden
'' the Cods. Colo.. New Mexico. Las Vegas, and of course. Disney-
la : Gilbert, who is still remembered for his outstanding
/ess with the Miami Beach High School football team, is the
Ol Mr. and Mrs. Arthur (Sophie) Lee. ol Miami Beach .
* *
Nancy Schwartz, exoert equestrienne, leaving soon for Gainos
bul won't be permitted to have her Palomino. "Rum." with
at school Daughter of Mr. and Mrs "Rob" < R.-W- i
' art/. 7950 Biscavne Point Circle, pretty Nancy also leaves
nd a roomful of ribbons and troubles acquired on the i -ca)
stern circuits Most recent, a first in the Davie Horse Show
oi Sunday Fourth member oi the popular family Is brother
a junior at North Miami Senior High Family dinner on
r. ., given bv Bev's mother. Mrs. Rose Harris, at Mck and
Arthurs, will serve to celebrate "Bob's" birthday and Nancys
or. i, farewell ...
Other voting people now turning their thoughts to college
hedules are the Buddv Feldmans Just returned from a wed-
flit trip to Mexico and Acapulco. with barelv enough time to set
111 their new abode in an apartment on the University of Miami
pus, where the former Nancy Schonfeld is a senior and her
hi stand is entering his last year at the law school Their mar-
i ge took place Sept. 2 .
Here to usher al the ceremony was Nanc> s cousin. Dr. Gordon
Gereon and his fiancee. Evelvn Bramhlett. hoiN*ncsts of ws
mother. Mrs. Ethel Schonfeld-Gerson. of Coral Gables The
engaged couple have plans of their own and will be married Oct.
13 m Darien. da., the future bride's home.
- **
Designed to ease the leap over a milestone for Charles Free-
field, wife. Marian, feted him with a "Life Begins at Forty" birth-
day party last week in their home at 1911 Coral Gate dr. Lots
of fun when Charles showed the movies he had taken at a hoe-
down and most of the 40 guests recognized themselves and one
another gaily following a caller's "do's and do's" and "swing vour
partner" Daughter Sandra. 11V4, a Shenandoah Junior High
student, enjoying the performance When Mrs. F. isn't plan-
ning parties for her family ?nd her friends, she edits the bulletin
icr the Miami chapter of Hadassah ... .
It was farewell, bon vcvage and happy landing to Beulan
(Airs. Jacob) Davis, first at a dinner at Junior's hosted by the
William Agranoves. and several days later at a luncheon in the
I<-ntaincbleau hotel given for the popular secretary of the Jewish
National Fund Council by Mrs. Kay Deulsch. of San Marco Isle
. Mrs. Davis will take with her to Europe and Israel the best
M shes of Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. president of JNF. and her
many, many friends .
Having brought honor to her organization. Miss Edythe Fleis-
cher is being honored in return Emma Lazarus chapter. B'nai
B'rith. tendering a testimonial brunch at the Algiers hotel on the
24th of this month for her superb chairing of the District 5 con-
vention held here in June.
At a Greater Miami National Council of Jew- Dr. Lynn R. Bartlett, coordinator of women c
ish Women scholarship committee meeting the university; Irving Abel, scholarship sru
ere (left to right) Mrs. Zachary F. Bailey. Sec- dent; end Mrs. Sidney Lewis, president. Greed
ticn scholarship chairman; Dr. Franklin Wil- er Miami Section NCJW.
Iiams, vice president. University of Micmi;
Scholarship Winners
Introduced Here
Scholarship committee ol the
Greater Miami Section. National
C cil ol Jewish Women met re-
cently al the home of Mrs Louis
Schneiderman, 830 Paradiso ave.,
Carol Gables.
oduced by Mrs. Zaeharj F.
Bailey, chairman, honored guests
wen Dr. franklin Williams, vice
president ol the Universitj ol Mi-
a I, and head of its scholarship
. ; loan department; Dr. Lynn R.
i -,r-i, m coordinator ol women at
the University of Miami: and Mrs.
i.( wis, preside-.I of the
Greater Miami NCJW.
Williams presented the (ol-
students who have been
awarded Council scholarship for
the I .'ining year:
[rvini Abel, third year engineer-
ing student; Sharon Press, daugh-
ter ol Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Press,
third year education major; Mitch-
ell Klein, -"n of Mrs. Stephanie
Klein, a Junior in the school of
business administration; .um] Eve>
lyn Fuenlcs, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Carli Fuentes, < junior in
th< school of electrical engineer-
Greater Miami Section has spon-
sored a scholarship prom am at the
University of Miami since 1925,
the year It opened, since then.
every year, tour qua!.lying stu-
dents, graduates of Dade county
high schools, have attended the
University under this program
Council also sponsors other com-
munity services, among them an
extensive Braille program in the
Dade county public schools, and a
volunteer service program for
leisure-time activities fo residents
at the Malcolm Ross Day Center
lor Senior Citizens, and al the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged in Don -las
Gardens.
Mrs. Helen Kutner (right), co-chairman of Temple Judea Sis-
terhood's hospitality committee, pins welcoming corsage on
Mrs. Moidecia Podet, wile of the Temple's new spiritual lead-
er, during a "Getting to Know You" meeting held recently.
Mrs. Davig Goldberg. Sisterhood's president, looks on.
Post-Yom Kippur Dance
On Wednesday. Sept. 20. Temple
Aoath Yesnurun will hold Its an-
nual post-Yom Kippur cance at its
new air-conditioned building, i<25
Miami Gardens dr.. NE lSird st.
The Valara Society Orchestra will
furnish mu-ic for dancing. Chair-
man is Mrs. Jack Lipsincr.
Mrs. Gladsden
To be Hostess
Mrs. Norman Gladsden, of 3200
CaklM -t.. Coral Gables, a Life
Guardian of Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital, will entertain the Cedars
Auxiliary executive board at a Col-
fee in her home on Tuesday, 10
a.m.
Auxiliary' president, Mrs. Nathan-
iel Levin, and Mrs. Louis Gold-
man, chairman of the hospital Open
House on Oct. 5, will outline the
day's program ar.d discuss arrange-
ments for tours of the first three
floors.
Also on the agenda will be a
review of forthcoming Itind-raising
activities in behalf of the hospital,
climaxed by the Golden Gilt of
Guardianship luncheon on Nov. 10,
at the Fontamebleau hotel.
Regular Fall
Meeting Slated
I rsl regular meeting ol the
season of the Sisterhood of Beth
Israel Congregal cm will be held on
Wednesday noon. Sept. 27.
A'exand< r Moscovits, newly-elcc-
( -.(!( r... will c o r. d u c t the
meeting.
Mrs. Prank Fine, program chl it
man. will present a skit introdu-
cing chairmen of standing com-
mittees. Taking part will he Mcs-
dames Hyman Galbtit. fund rais-
ing; Charles Insler, telephone;
Murray Berkowitz, hospitality;
Max (iullman. social: G eorg c
Hechter, publicity; Irwin Makov-
sky. adult education; Gerald Green-
berg, prize books.
Among the other officers to be
introduced are Mesdamrs Maurice
Go.'dring. vice president; Henry
GrOUdan, treasurer: David Har-
mon, financial secretary: I. H.
Mell man, recording secretary:
Max Cohen, corresponding secre-
tary; and H. Ixiuis Rottman, chap
lain.
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. spirit-
ual leader of the congregation, wiil
be guest speaker.
Coral Way Center Donee
Community post Yom Kippur
fl.ir.ee will be held at Coral Way
Jewish Center on Wednesday even-
ing. The dance will feature noted
singer Napolcan Reed. Johnny
Masters and his band, from La
Kcr.de room ol the Founlaineblcau
hotel, will play [or dan<


Poqe 2-B
+J(*>lf fhrkNar)
Friday, September 15
Cooking
Corner
rum
6.
Beilin
." the
holidays, when rich traditional
ii are rved with frequei .;..
tin delici ..: taste and light '.in-
lure ol fi&h fillets, bcth fresh and
fio2tn. are a welcome change.
Pa ages oi frozen fillets take up
so little space that they can al-
ways be kept on hand for emer-
gency meals, or the quick and
eaby planned meals which art
such a help m the midst of elab-
01 ate coolUng.
Too simple to be titied full re-
pipes are many jiliy ways o: pre-
paring the fillets, so delicious that
the) taste as if they had needed
long preparation. Here are a few
oi these, as well as two methods of
preparation Just more complicated.
Id making all of them, any type of
fillet may l t used. The skinless
are preferable, but usually more
expensive. When fijlets on which
(he .-Miii has been leli I
Id Li arranged with the
iath. Because a fair
amount oi liquid accumulates
i fish fillets thaw, it is a wise
Lion to place the package
in a shallow bowl during the pro-
(.-. Drain thoroughly before us-
ing, unless the recipe specifies
otherwise. And now for sugges-
tions.
1. Partly thaw 1V4 lbs. of the
fillets, separate the pieces, and
place them in a well-buttered shal-
low taking dish. Beat a can of
Cream oi Mushroom or Cream of
Celery Soup until smooih and then
spread over the fish. Sprinkle with
a tablespoon of minced parsley,
and hake at 400 degs, F. for 20
minutes. This serves five. For
variation the musrroom soup may
witk a half cup of grated
cheese.
2. t a cup of canned
vegetal I I paghetti sauce for the
Beth Israel
Women Meet
Fir.-: board meeting get Bon for S.Merhood ol Eeth Is-
* ation was, held at the
I oi Mrs. Alexander Moscovits,
3024 No. Bay rd.. on Tuesday Mrs.
Moscovits, newly-elected president,
conducted the meeting.
Plans for the coming season were
f( :rr.ulated Because of the High
Holidays, it was voted to hold the
first regular meeting during
Siukkoth. on Wednesday. Sept.'27,
Mrs. FranK Fine, program chair-
man, announced that a skit intro-
ducing members of the board will
be presented
Cavatlato of Springs Villas
:he "poet of
the ; ano," is now appearing with
week engagement
at King Arthur's Court. Miami
The noted p;;,
.'.h< "(.i worldwide recognition
recorded "Enlloro" and
"Polcnajse," a million-copy disc.
the Villas' dining rendez-
r.c-x! Wednesday.
BOup. Serve the fish with cooked
J spaghetti and sprinkle with grated
1 cheese.
3. Cut completely thawed and
well-drained fillets into -<
pieces, dip in undiluted evaporated
:nilk. then coat completely with
si asoned cornflake crumbs. Place
without crowding in a shallow '..ak-
in- pan lined with aluminum foil,
and bake at 375 degs. F. for 2U
minutes. This may be varied by
dipping the fish pieces hfto melted
butter then coating with potato
I chip crumbs. Ore and tu half lbs.
of fillet will serve five v.hen pre-
pared in this manner.
*
Fish F,lle1s Supreme
lVs lbs. fish fillets
1 4-cz. can sliced mushrooms
:, cup dairy sour cream
1 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons finely minced
onion
1 8 teaspoon white pepper
1 teaspoon paprika
1 tablespoon minced parsley
Any fillets may be used, but lake
white fish, lake trout, or fillet of
flounder are particularly delicious, j
Thaw the fish completely and drain
well. Separate the pieces and j
i place, skin side down, in a shallow
'buttered 8xl2-in. baking dish.
Drain the mushrooms and meas-
{ure the liquid. Combine the mush-
rooms, half the liquid, the cream.
'onion, salt, pepper ar.d paprika
Spread evenly ever the lish. Bake
a: 400 degs. F. for 20 minute:
Sprinkle with the parsley
serve at once. With thi( disl
mashed, baked. are equally good. The recipe v. .
serve five.

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Hi lbs frozen fish fillets
^ cup finely crumbed crackers
1 eupJ f aniy drained canned
tomatoes
3 tablespoons minced onion
'< U salt
1 fi teas; m black popper
o 8 cup American cheese,
cut small
i tabl< sjx tins butter or
marga:
Thaw the fillets completely and
drain well. Stparai^- Ihcpiee
Butter a shallow 8xl2-in. baking
i and .-; read the crackers even-
ly < ver the brttom. Combine the
tomatoes, onion, salt and pepper.
Spread half evenly over the
crvmbs. Arrange the fish in an
even layer on this. If there is skin
on the fish, place it at the bottom
Cover with the rest of the tomato
mixture and an even layer of the
cheese. Sprinkle with the remain
ir.g crackers and dot with the shor
tei -.'-'. Bake at 350 degs. F. for
35 minutes. This recipe serves
five tc six
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Israel Bond Women's Division Slates
Bas Mitzvah Dinner Here on Oct. 22
Women's Division of the Israel diplomacy and philanthropy. Ira
Bond Organization will make his-[Hirschmann, American diplomatic;
tory this tall in sponsoring the first j representative and financier, will
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary volunteers stage a
B lehearsal for the most important event in the lite of
any new mother. "Checkinq out" their patient, Mrs. Albert
Gilbert, and her three-week-old daughter, Carolyn Rose (in
el chair), are (left to right) Mrs. Ky Kaplan, Mrs. Philip
V.'urshaw, and Mrs. Martin Belle. Members of the Women's
Auxiliary have been receiving guidance and training from
hospital administrator Sanford K. Bronstein in matters of hos-
pital procedures and proper patient care, and they'll be ready
tc go to work as soon as the Cedars doors open in November
this year.
Classes Open To All Students
Registration for religious school ris Krcvat, chairman of the board
rlassi is continuing at Beth Jacob j ot education.
Congregation, according to Mor-1 According to Morris B. Frank.
president of Beth Jacob, classes
are also open to pupils whose par
ents can not afford to be affiliated
with a synagogue.
Rabbi Tibor Stern is spiritual
leader of Beth Jacob. Faculty in-
cludes Rev. Maurice Mamches
Classes, from first grade to high
school, meet daily.
Junior congregation Sabbath ser-
vices are conducted by Morris
Gewirtz.
NEWI
WIINO
KOSHER
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Israel Bas Mitzvah dinner and
fashion festival to be held any-
where in the world.
The gala event, to be held under
the banner of the Sponsors of Is-
rael, will take place on Sunday
j veiling, Oct. 22. at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel. Preparations for the
event are being made under the
leadership of Mrs. Jack Katzman.
chairman of the Women's Division. '
The dinner will reflect the growth
and development of Israel and the
friendship and recognition she has
gained among the nations of the
Acrid. In --. and visual artistry,
.vlrs. Kalzman pointed out. the
spirit of modern Israel Will find
jnlque expression.
one oi the highlights of the oc-
casion will be an extraordinary
Italian-Israeli Fashion show. In a
salute to Israel's last-growing tex-
ilc and fashion industries, nine
jf Italy's most famous designers,
using Israeli textiles, are partici-
paung in the uniisu.il collection to
be shown lure.
Coming to Miami for the occa-
sion will be a noted personality
who is equally well-known in the
delda ot fashion, international
Shell be Head
Of Open House
Mrs. Louis Goldman, 6501 Gra-
nada blvd.. Coral Gables, has been
tamed chairman of the Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital Open House set
for Oct. 5.
Members of the Cedars Women's
Auxiliary will conduct a tour of
the first three floors of the 282
bed, non-sectarian facility now
Bearing completion at 1300 NW
14th st. in the Metropolitan Med-
ical Center.
Expected to cost approximately
$4'a million, one entire floor of the
hospital will bo devoted to the
study and treatment of heart dis-
eases.
Mrs. Goldman was formerly a
laboratory technician in Mt. Sinai
Hospital of Cleveland. 0., and has
been active in many local welfare
projects. She is immediate past
president of the Miami chapter of
Hadassah.
be guest speaker at the Bas Mitz-
vah dinner.
Hirschmann is a former chair-
man of the board of Saks Fifth
Avenue, and a leading authority on
Middle East affairs. Prominent in
the management of several ef
America's best-known retail ;. i
fashion enterprises, such as Elo- i
ir.gdale's, Bambergcrs. Lord B i
Taylor, and Saks Fifth Avc u -
Hirschrr.ann's experiences I pa i
wide gamut of international bit r
eats.
A former United States envoj I
Turkey, Hirschmann undertook
secret mission to the MiddU )
in 1960 under the auspicts of
U.S. State Department and the
I'nitcd Nations. He visited all thi
countries which surround lsrat.
Syria. Jordan, Lebanon and
Gaza Strip.

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Two Dade county graduates were recently awarded four-year
.0 National Foundation March of Dimes scholarships in
o::jpational and physical therapy curing special ceremonies
here. Left to right are Dr. Joe Hall, Dade school superinten-
dent, and Mrs. Herbert Kuvin, Dade education committee
chairman, of Miami Beach, makir.c the presentations to Lor-
raine Joy Vann. 441 NW 105th st. ,and Beverly Jo Unick. 5781
W 14th St., West Miami. Miss Vann was a June graduate
of Edison High. Miss Unick graduated from West Miami High.
I will study at the University of Florida. In the past three
years a total of seven scholarships have been presented to
Dcde high school graduates by the National Foundation.
Hypnotist is Engaged
By Special Report
WERNERSVILLE. Pa. While
vacationing at Galen Hall Hotel in
V.frraersville. Penn.. an executive
of :he Wall Street Tours was so
impressed with the demonstration
of noted hypnoti-t. Howard Klein.
of Philadelphia, that he was im-
mediately engaged for their 45-d;:>
I n pear, tour on the SS Victoria,
...:.% from New York City on
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How to get new members will
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day. Sept. 27.
Carrying forth the theme of the
11 a.m. brunch, first Sisterhood
ring in the synagogues new
Spector Hail, will be a play. Trial
by Jewry,"' enacted by member^.
"We are hoping that each Sister-
hood member will bring a new
member to enjoy our delightful
ram," >aiel Mrs Meyer Forer.
president in charge of mem-
rship ar.d chairman of the day.
Mr- Michael Covin will pr.
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Miami Beach Chapter of Kadassah Opens
Season With Varied Meetings Monday
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas-
sah inaugurates the season's meet-
ings on Monday with ,-pecial re-
ports from the recent national ci
vent ion at Denver. Colo

Brandeis group mil meet at the
Foal at 12 n<
Monday.TharTolfe*- tercel, v.ell-
n erapholoc- nt an
inlet' .
ban is
Mrs Philip
the group.

Deborah group will have a board
rig at thi Sam
Graubart. 8909 :.
at 10 a Le-
vitz is pi"'
*
I. R. Goodman group met
Wednesday evening. Sept. 13. r.r
the Ca>ablanca hotel at 8 p.m.
Miss Lillian Goodman, president of
Miami Beach chapter, gave a re-
port on the national convention.
* *
Henl group will meet at the
Eden Roc hotel at 12:30 p.m. on
Monday Introduction of officers
and activity chairmen and a re-
port on the national convention by ;
Miss Lillian Goodman, president
of chapter, will be on the agenda
for the afternoon. Also scheduled
are an invocation, a singing prayer
by Mrs Harry Miner, and piano
accompaniment by Mrs. J. Katz-
man. Mrs. Ben Zeigmund is pres-
ident ci the group.
*
Israeli group will meet at the
Algiers hotel at 12 noon on Mon-
Rtfreshmen!s will be follow-
ed by a presentation by Miss Mar
guerite Marx en "The Nature of
L-.liian Nelson
will offer a musical program, with
comr: .:r.::y by the audi-
ence Mrs. Frances Makovskj i:
chairman, and Mrs
resident.
*
Emma Laiarus group will meet
at the Washington Federal Savings
". r.r. Assn. 00 Monday a;
12:3- r gram will feature
chorus i six member*, who will
sins, songs to popular tunes with
ring membership. Mrs
Edith Jacobson. founder and for-
mer president, will speak on her
travels in Israel. This will be fol-
lowed by a question and ant
period directed at a panel includ-
ing Mesdarr.es Jacobson. Henrietta
Fine and Eve Fuchs. active mem-
ben who have just returned from
a tour of Israel. Mrs. N. Glick-
man is program chairman, and
Mrs. Johan Bermann is president.
*
Hanna Sertesch will meet at the
Shelborne hotel at 12:30 noon on
Monday with refreshments served.
Mrs. Sara Jackson, membership
vice president, will report on her
recent trip to Israel. Mrs. Ella
, Blonder it program chairman" a
Mrs. Eva M. Blum is president
.
Shalem. group will meet at th,
j Sea Gull hctel at 12 noon Mor.dav
.The program will be in the fortri
1 cf a Sakkoth festival, followed hi
a card party after the meetin?
Mrs Irvin A. Shapiro is program*
chairman, and Mrs. Manuel f .
ma.-, is president.
*
Seutttgato group met in iv
'. *i"s Recreation Hall on T^siJaj
evening, Sept. 12. A skit. "Jj
Page." was follower :> a
program. Mrs. Max ..n
:s pr< iram chairman.
Ifernick is prt
Estr-er group will met:
M hotel a' noi
Guest -I-
an Perlman. orgj jj.
tion ic( president of chapti \
- w ... ui will follow with
Mrs Perlyn is |
and Mrs I rence Cassih I
.n.
*
Henrietta Siold group will t
at hotel, i. ,
n Monday at 12:30 p.m.
Program has been arranges w::h
Mrs. C. Peckerman as vc
sander is presided of
Refreshments will be served Mrs,
the grr op.

StecLn S. Wise group will met.
t Casablanca hotel Monda) at
12:31 p.m. Mrs Philip Mogul is
prcgran chairman, ar.c
Harry Koepel is president.
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friday. September 15.
1361
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MBS. PHIUP THAU
Brandeis Group
To Hear Report
Echoes from Hadassah national
convention held recently in Den-
ver, Colo., will be heard by mem
b.-. Brandeis group when its
president, Mrs. Philip F. Thau
one of the three delegates repre-
sent::.-; tlu' Miami Beach area, re-
lates how the national convention
provei that the world's work is
done by busy people and that Ha-
dassah work Is akin to a post-grad-
ujt* course in the art of living.
She will report to her group at
i first -inoral luncheon meeting
of the new year on Monday, 11:30
a.m.. at the Fontainebleau hotel.
The occasion will also feature a
program by the well-known graph-
o:oi:-t. Mrs. Charlotte Leibel.
Knesset 'Speaker"
Back at Work
By Special Report
The unique distinction of being
the world's only woman deputy-
speaker of a Parliament belongs
to Israel's Beba Idelson, according
to Mrs. Clara Leff. national pres-
ident of Pioneer Women, the Wom-
en's Labor Zionist Organization of
America.
Mrs. Idelson nas just been re-
elected to her post as Deputy
Speaker of Israel's Knesset, of
.vhich she has been a member
since the founding of the State in
1948. Speaker of the Knesset cor-
responds to the position of Speaker
>f the House in America.
Mrs. Idelson also holds the title
of general secretary of Israel's
largest and most powerful wom-
;n's organization, the 385.000-mem
ber Working Women's Council
Moetzet Hapoalot), associate or-
janization of Pioneer Women in
America.
In Israel's Parliament. Mrs.
Idelson is well-known as a cham-
pion of new immigrants and an
advocate of new ideas. She has
:'ought for women's rights, national
nilitary service for women, a civil
nariage and divorce code, and in-
jome tax laws recognizing the spe
oial requirements of the working
woman.
During World War II. she was
instrumental in the creation of the
;'ATS, the Women's Army Corps,
.vhich served in the British Army.
Post-Holiday Dance Scheduled
Dade Heights Jewish Congrega- will act 3s master of ceremonies,
tion will have a Post-Yam K l there will be re its
dance on Saturday evening, Sdpt. | and pr''
23. February Circle of Sisterhood,
! under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Featured will be comic Larry Donald Hershey. Circle leader, and
King, of WAME. and a four "r-. Jack Goldstein, will b^ in
band for dancing. Danny Stein : charge of the event.
have a truly luxurious
wedding
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Zwah
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at the exciting
MRS. BtBA IDttSON
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Lawson Little and Henry Picard
Will be installed in the PGA Hall
of fame during the 45th annual
meeting of the Professional Golf-
ers" Assn. at the Diplomat Hotel
and Country Club. They will be
formalls inducted on Nov. 7, dur-
ing the annual President's Dinner
Diplomat Country Club.

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Miami Hadassah
To Open Season
Miami chapter of Hadassah will
open the 1961-62 season with a se-
ries of luncheons to be held Mon-
day noon. Mrs. Leonard Wolpe,
president, has promised to attend
each of the luncheons and extend a
personal welcome to invited guests.
The occasion marks a tribute to
all members of Hadassah in good
standing. Prospective members
and friends are also invited. The
various groups comprising the Mi-
ami chapter have prepared musical
programs, and speakers will ad-
dress the gatherings.
Complete arrangements for their
respective luncheons have been
made by the Albert Einstein group,
to be held at Congregation Yehu-
dah Moshe, 137th st. and W. Dixie
hwy., Mrs. Seymour Baron, presi-
dent; Menorah group, Pythian
Hall, 4601 W. Flagler st., Mrs. Stan-
ley Tinter, president; Mt. Scopus
group, Coral Gables Women's
Club, 1001% E. Ponce de Leon blvd.,
Mrs. Morris Lauretz, president;
Torah group. Airliner motel, 4155
NW 24th st., Mrs. Max Swartz,
president.
Naomi group will hold a golden
membership ball on Saturday
evening, Sept. 23, at Temple Za-
| mora. Paid-up and prospective
; members will enjoy dancing and
! entertainment.
In charge of further information
; is Mrs. Norman Chasin, member-
, ship vice president of Hadassah
i chapter.
Mrs. Bryant
Is Chairman
Mrs. Farris Bryant, wife of Flori-
la's Governor, will serve as hono-
rary chairman of "Sight Saving
Month*' throughout the state dur-
ing September, conducted by the
Florida Society for the Prevention
of Blindness.
Announcement of Mrs. Bryant's
acceptance of the chairmanship
was made by Mrs. Robert S. Bay-
nard, of St. Petersburg, president
of the state Society, which is a
chapter of the National Society for
the Prevention of Blindness.
Comedian Bob Hope is national
chairman.
"The crusade to prevent blind-
ness is of grave concern to many
Americans." Mrs. Bryant said.
"We are anxious to recruit new
workers in this worthy effort and |
feel that it is deserving of every
individual's interest and help."
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Friday, September 15, \%\
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VrfCMAN OF THE WEEK
That saucy face of Rao (Mrs. George) Graham hasn't changed
c lays when she was a budd Qg young actress and did novelty
; I d sanj; on the stage. Ever she was two. Rae took sing ;->
Bi '..<.;-!.- lessons, and was much in demand. Her Mae We--
v. m a Lady," and impers. :f Zazu Pitts always brought
m le house. A most nteres (acting career, which Included
bag mght clubs and on the rj.J..;, \'3- cut short b> illness,
thi he marriage to l.
George was ;;i the service and just out of dental school,
tl -earlj married lite v..- a r u I o traveling, Settled :i; tr.e Alt
c Rae has beer, active in a -j-'-.n different ways V
was in I grad and oalj i sn j irs
Rag b ame pr ident of the Cl
Den;" b so sue started club work
rly
In Miami, she was matron of '-'.>.
SI ir ^nha Omeua Ladie; Aux-
iliary a its first president, has beer.
active in the Combined Jewish Appeal i the
Greati r M > Jewish F deration,
Theatre a- v irious Irama g ips.
she is working on the new Women's Com
tee of tew -,.1 Family and Children's Service.
Rae s biti j >b of the moment :- a- president
oftheSiste id >f Temple Israel.
The Graham home may well
an excel i ol the play, "You Cai I
Take il a : \ one living room wall is
v th laintings done by the v hole
Grs including then three boys,
Michael Lei and Jon, Lee's ceramics are
much in evidence. A greenhouse is a
[ i co irsaticil piece not that the Grahams need any such thing.
'' hey raise botanical and il orchids of which they grow
* hundred different kinds. Packed away in a drawer are all the
and blue ribbons they have won for their orchids and table
its that Rae does so well.
BOrge is a health addict. He made a study cf diet. As a result.
t! Graham diet at home is sensible and correct, according to George's
tags, which include.-, health foods, unbleached sugar, and no
onifl [s
V he : they give those fabulous dinner parties, health foods fly
' I the window. George wants to have a party some day with his
I- nd of food lie insists that everyone will enjoy it just as much.
"i remains a moot question for the time being.
* *
WHAT DID YOU SAY?
The telephone connection from Israel to Miami Beach was very
' at th? Dr. Julian Rickles home. By the time the children. Tommy,
I and Rickey, each said. "Hello, I can't hear you." the phone call
v. over. Julian went to Israel as part of the twelve-man Maccabiah
. Team to play in the first international Jewish amateur golf match.
v- ma went with her husband, and her letters have been glowing. She
' wait to get home to run the movies that they have taken. Then
BDM i really know that the whole trip was not a dream
* *
THE LATE SHOW
A cute announcement from Max and Gail Spiegelman says that
they used to watch the late show, and now they are in it with star
Gary Allen. The picture is of a crying baby and two distiaught par-
Leo and Babette Ackerman and the Senior Spiegelmans are
wondering when they will get in the act too. Every new grandma
a:ul grandpa has to take their turn at baby-sitting.
* *
FAMOUS REMARKS
At the lovely wedding of Judith Falick and Barry Shein, Judy's
I ly was heard to say. "I didn't lose a daughter. I gained a closet "
*
CARDS CARDS CARDS!
Lucerne, ItalyFreddie and Esther Grossberg (they used to live
hi i. but now live in Texas) are enjoying a quickie European trip of
seeing, doing, learning and experiencing .
Kowloon. Hong Kong Charlie and Jane Leeds buying the town
Out. Jane won't need any more dresses for the next two years
Sherman, Tex. Dot and Leon Kaplan with their son. Stanley.
traveling the highways and greatly impressed with the beauty of these
Lnited States.
* -*
HOME AGAIN
Alter a 10.500-mile trip, Leo and Nola Eisensteins first stop in
Miami Beach was at a supermarket to stock their refrigerator. Thev
bad a glorious trip, westward to Denver to visit Leo's sister, Mr. anil
Mi* Sol Cohen; then to Lake Louise at Banff, where they met the
Sam Resnicks and the William Singers. The six of them all went
ir. a snow buggy around the Columbia Ice Fields. Then the Eisen-
ste.nis traveled to San Francisco, where it was Nola's turn for a re-
union with her aunts. Then to Tiajuana. where Leo saw a bull fight.
Ncla passed that little number up. On to Las Vegas and Pamper, Tex..
Whert the wheat grows and the oil flows. The Eisensteins really cover-
ed the United States and felt that it was a grand place to rediscover .
Mr and Mrs. Max Krauss just back from a vacation in Puerto
Rico, "ihere they saw George and Goldye Collier and the Colliers'
daughter and their family, the Lester Perles, who are living there .
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vehon and son. Bob, returned from Colum-
bi s. where they said goodbye to their daughter Betty's husband.
Stephen Cohan. He is at Lackbourne Air Base, where he's a flight
-1 neer on a refueling bomber. He leaves for Spain for three months,
white Betty will come borne to stay with her folks and hope that
Stephen gets home in time to welcome the new addition to the family.
Students Take
Time for Rites
A gown of Italian silk with ap-
pliques of chantilly lace reembroi-
dered with ?eed peuris was the ;
choice cf Ida Brenda Glossman
for her marriage to Michael Fried- I
berg on Sunday, Sept. 3. at the
Algiers hotel. A reception and
dinner followed the 0:30 p.m.
ceremony performed by Rabbi
Morton bfalavsky.
Arlene Goldstein was maid of
honor, ar.d Ruth Friedberg and Ar-
lene Pfeiffer served as brides-
maids to the new Mrs. Friedberg.
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Gl ssman, 445 SW 34th ave.
Parents of the bridegroom are
": and Mr- Louis Friedberg. of
5152 SW 6tH st. B-st man was
Raymond La Fontaine, and Nor-
ton Glossman ar.d Raymond Dick-
man served as groomsmen.
After a wedding trip t'iroueh
'", irida ,: y >ung couple will live
in Baton Rouge, La., where they
will both attend Louisiana State
University, Mrs. Friedberg on a
non-resident scholarship her hus-
band with a national defense act
fellowship for graduate work in
mathematics.
The former Miss Glossman is an
horor graduate of Miami Senior
High, and atte 11 I the I niversity
of Miami on a Dade county scholar-1
ship. She is a member of Alpha
Lambda Delia, national treshi
mi rary, and the French
Club.
Mr Friedberg is ar. honor grad-
uate of '.he University of Miami,
and belongs to Pi Mu Epsilofl
mathematics honor society.
Werner-Kahn
mKS. ROBERT MANDtlt
Volkman Vows
Exchanged Here
Miss Elaine Freefield and L
Richard Volkman were united in
marriage Saturday evening, Sept.
2. at the Southwest Jewish Center.
; Rabbi Maurice Klein officiated.
The bride, niece of Mr. and Mrs
| Charles Freefield, is the daughter
] of Mrs. Pearl Freefield and Benja
; min Freefield, both of New Jersey,
i She attends Dade County Junior
| College.
Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Volkman, 1280 NE 155th
St., North Miami Beach, is a grad-
i uate of Miami Beach High and the
University of Miami.
The new Mrs. Volkman wore a
! bell-shaped white satin gown, with
I finger tip veil caught by a pearl
tiara, and carried white roses.
Norma Auerbach was maid of
; honor, and the bride's sister, Susan
j Freefield, was junior bridesmaid.
Ronnie Bernstein was best man.
; Ushers included Alan Hall, Stuart
Jacobs, Robert Jacobson, Harvey
Sonner and Leroy Thompson San-
dra Freefield. cousin of the bride.
j was in charge of the guest book.
After a tour of Florida, the cou-
j pie will reside at 1685 NE 124th st.,
No. Miami.
MM. MICHAil fRIEDBtRS **, kxt,^Ll) rotUCK
Hesr!oom Ring h Pollack Rites
. -1
A wedding ring which has been
in the groom's family for two gi n
erations scned > unite Barbara
la : Travers i R maid Pollack
in Sunday, Sept. 3.
The 5:30 p.m. candlelight cere
mony was performed by Rabbi Leo
Heim a; th:< Garden restaurant
and was followed by a reception.
Soloist was Mrs. B. [ssenberg,
the brick'.- aunt, accompanied by
I.airy Blue, who also performed
at her parents' wedding.
Daughter of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Law-
rence Travers. 121 SW 52nd ct..
the new Mrs. Pollack is a graduate
of Miami Senior High, and is now
a junior at the University ol Mi-
ami. She is vice president of her
class, treasurer of the College of
Arts and Sciences and of Gamma
Sigma Sigma, president of the Stu-
dent Nurses Assn., and a men
>f Alpha Lambd Delta.
The ivory satin gown trim
with chantilly lace worn by
h ei >:-'i by her io
ther's sister at her we Iding. S
ing as maid uf honor was W I i
Honey Travers, the bride'.- sister,
and Prancine Hodes and S i i
! Kaplan were her bridesmaids
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs Louis B. Pollack, cf
1021 Bay dr., Normanu.. Isle, ind
s an alumnus o: the Uaiversitj ol
Miami, where he was president
i of Alpha Phi Omega
H-s brother. Nat Pollack.
best man, and groomsmen were
Edward Greene and Allen Kaplan
After a honeymoon trip to .la
I naica. the newlyweds will live in
j 'oral Gables.
Noon Wedding For Mandells
A high noon wedding Sunday.
Sept. 3. at the Algiers hotel united
in marriage Louise Susan Angel
and Robert Jack Mandell. with
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a short, whne lace frock and car-'.
ried wtrte orchids on a Bible. Maid
of honor was Carole Mille/. and
Maxme Green. Ellen Rodenger
and Nancy Norman were brides-
maids.
Best man was Harvey Thalblum.
and serving as ushers were Ken-
neth Levitt. Harry Payton and
Teddy Goldberg.
The new Mrs. Mandell is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Angel, 1230 96th st.. and is now a
secretary, having graduated from
Miami Beach High and attended
the University of Florida.
Her nusband's parents are Mr
and Mrs. Murray Mandell. of 7310
Wayne ave. He i.s an alumnus of
Miami Beach High and the Uni-
versity of Miami, and is in the Air
Force Reserve. His fraterni'y is
Zeta Beta Tau. and he is a-
count ant.
Following a reception at the Al
giers hotel. Ihe young couple left
for a weddnj trip to Nassau On
their return they will live at 1525
Michigan ave., Miami Peach.
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Fudoy. September 15. 1961
fJenist rhridtoaun
Pace 7-B
Ok
arm in
vi ours,
M
I vein when our wardrobe seemg
i :n!( ate for the numerous ac-
li< that cr >wd oui ledules.
. Il-dress sd wo hi use the
.-'..on tei luque as many
g models. They build a
ii i aci essor: war I obe around
a few -i od basic di
Sir ;< so many o you have
i tioned me a'joul coordinating
aci essor i a a taking
. i ortuniiy ;> pa; s on Bev-
els' s to you. As you
'. lets befi with a
:
basic dress in either black, navy,
or brown and build their acces-
sories around it.
Accents are in fabrics, textures
and colors, so select a Paris pink
hat of a textured fabric to dram-
atize your black sheath at a
luncheon. Wear the same dress
in the evening to a dinner party
with a bib necklace of jade green
stones and crystals and matching
earrings. The game dress will
t.ike you dancing the following
niuht with a pair of dyed-to-
match sat:n Dumps han lb i .
in any of this season's bright
jewel tones.
Of course, you know, a founda-
tion garment will not only make
the clothes fit better, but will
he!p to ci m ti fl ig those extra
few pour,.;- thai seem to join us
about new.
Stockings are considered acces-
sories today, especially when the
color matches your dress and
shoes. The all-navy or all-black
look is always in good fashion
taste. Be cautious with the light
blue, green, or red tones. Some
times these colors do not blend
too well with the skin tones of
your legs, and the effect is not
always v hal you desire.
/^LOVES are like stockings;
^ they should always be worn,
except for sportswear or very
casual dies-. Shorties in both
black and white, an;! in the long
formal length glove .....
a model's standard bal box equip-
ment. The long g ay al-
ways be en to a less
formal length,' bi be cer-
tain you wear, not carry, y iur
gloves
Use a tUMeaimagtnatron ht your
secondary accessories. A long,
slim lined umbrella with ar. Ital-
ian hand-carved handle; a soft
chiffon blouse with a big bow at
the neckline under severely
tailored suit; a belt of fur fabric
or shiny gold mesh; are b ill a
few ideas to really ret< h your
wardrobe.
Staying ine, use
enough pen so pie can ap-
preciate Keep the
tweedy perfu > f sports i ear
and save
odor- lor the i .,-. iphisticated
gov ns reservi fn eve-
Rem iber your
perfume on the pul as
the scent lasts longer.
Above all. once you're dressed
and have carefully checked your-
self over in a fuU-length mirror,
put a smile on your face, and en-
joj yourself.
Judith Fclick Now Mrs. Shein
C Allen 8ci k Miss Berk Bride
The gold weddin-: band which be-
longs to the bridegroom'.- mater-
nal grandmother served to unite
Judith Irene Faiick and Barrj
Stephen Shein in a double ring
ceremony Sunday, Sept. 3. at the
Seville hotel Rabbi Loon Kronish,!
rf Terr.pie Sholom, performed the
1:30 p.m ceremony, which was
followed by a formal luncheon at
the hotel.
For her wedding, the bride se-;
lected a traditional floor-length
gov "f alenco i uffant
skirt of peau de .- extending to
a cathedral train. II ired a
fitted neck-
line reembr eed
pear s, a

s eeves.
Dun Carole Berk a.id Allen
arried Sunday, Sept. 3. arc
i i ..moon in s;i-.-1 :. A re-
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.'option followed the 7 o'clock cere-
itiony perfomed by Rabb Norman
'.'hapiro at the Dupont Plaza hotel.
l'he young couple's new address
will be 454 NK 23rd st.
For her wedding, the bride wore
a floor-length bouffant : ivory silk
peau de soie with telied front
skirt, circular backskirt and semi-
court train. It featured an empire
>coop-neeked bodice of aicncon lace
it embroidered in seed pearls. The
tiara was of aicncon lace and seed
pearls, and the bouqii'" was a
spray of while orchids, sweetheart
roses and lily-of-the valley on the
family Bible.
Barbara Marias was maid of
honor, and bridesmaids were Don-
na David. Sheryl Berk. Nancy
Berk. Verna Lynn and Arlene Bork.
The newlywedded Mrs. Bork is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. B.
Berk. 2101 SVV 7th ave. She js a
graduate of Miami igh and at-
tended the University of Florida.
Her husband is a graduate of
Edge Water High. Orlando, and of
the University of Florida. He is a
member of Florida Blue Key and
presdent of his fraternity. Tau Ep-
silon Phi. He is now associated
with the Diamond-Berk Insurance
Agency.
His parents arc Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Bork. of Orlando, and his
| lather served as best man. Ushers
were Alan Ross, Jerry Ross. Dave
Rich. Mike Rubin. Harry Shor-
stein, Harry Hoffman. Harvey
Weiner and Henry Goldman.
Her three-) I Fr ill :-ion
veil fell from a : lib :' satin
and lace, and > < arried white
orchids on til 5 COI I rma-
tion Bible.
Matron cf honor was Mrs. Ger-
ald Faiick. Linda Shein served as
maid of honor, and Mr and Mrs
John Schick were In charge of the
guest book.
Daughter of Mr. ar '. Mrs. Sam-
uel If Faiick. 849 79th ter., the
new Mrs. Shein :- a graduate of
Whitefield private school. Her
husband's parents are Mr and
Mrs. Maurice S1k.iv 2932 Prairie
ave He is a : late Of Miami
Beach High, attended the Univer-
sity of Florida, and is presently a
senior at the University of Miami.
His fraternity is Pi Lambda Phi.
Stuart Blumin was best man. and
Gerald Faiick. John Rauch. More)
Moss and Richard Cohen served
as groomsmen.
After a wedding trip to Jamaica,
the young couple will make their
home on Miami Beach.
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January Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Milton (Mickey)
Kraus. 4575 Adams ave.. Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
and approaching marriage of their,
daughter. N'ikki. to Jack Arnold
Press, jr.
The bride-elect attended the Uni-
versity of Alabama and is current-
ly employed as secretary recep-
tionist for Sheffield Associates. Inc. i
Her fiance is an alumni of the
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Risa Bonnie, to Seymour Wemstein.
He is the son of Mrs. Molly Fein-
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late Louis Weinstein.
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Friday. September 15. 1961
Erenbaums Say
Hollywood Vows
Sandra Heler.e Goodis and George
Ertnbaum exchanged nuptial vows
on Sunday. Sept. 3. at Temple Beth
Sholem of Hollywood, with Rabbi
Samuel Mendelowitz officiating at
the 6 p.m. ceremony.
Following a reception and din-
ner at the Temple, the young
couple left for a honeymoon in
Puerto Rico, and on their return
will reside in Pittsburgh. Pa.
A white taffeta gown with scoop
neckline enhanced with alencon
lace and seed pearls, featuring a
till) -kirt and chapel train, was the
bride's choice for her wedding.
Mr- 11 Gimi.Iis a as her matron of
honor.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Goodis, 4407 Arthur st Holly-
wood, Fla.. the new Mrs. Eren-
baum received her early education
at Mumford High School in Detroit.
Mich., where she was a member
of Art Club. She attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and graduated
from Lindsev Hopkins Education
Center as a dental nurse.
Her husband attended the Pea-
body High .-chool in Pittsburgh.
Pa., and is in the wholesale pro-
duce business. His parents are
Mr and Mrs. Harry Erenbaum, of
Pittsburgh,
: BIRTHDAZE :
There is a third child for Mr.
and Mr. Larry iDebbiei Hoffman,
attorney. The now occupant of the
nursery at 800 XE 97th St.. Miami
Shores, is Heidi Roslyn. born Sept.
8. Preceding her were Lisa Jane.
5, and Kenneth. 3. with whom she
will share maternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry (Mollie) Alex-
ander; maternal great-grandfather.
Isidore Mertick; and her father's
mother. Mrs. Pauline Hoffman, to
whom she is the eighth grandchild.
MMM
It is an even two and two for the
Irvin Shapiros, of 63 SVV 31st rd. j
New daughter. Lor:, jeins Ivy.;
Freddie and Steve.
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Happy New Year
As yo'u face the new year with vision
and courage, please accept the sincere
wishes of your many good friends here
who stand ready al-
ways to help you
to make your future
brighter and happier.
1961

Weni-r-Kalin
AfffS. GlORCt MNBAUM
Beth Torah Adds to Staff
Three new faculty members have the Beth Torah Sunday school staff
been added to the staff of the re after an absence of two years. She
ligious school of Beth Torah Con- served as director of the Home-
gregation for the coming school' stead Jewish Center religious
year. Dr. Maurice Laszlo. chair- school Mrs. Steinfink will instruct
man of the school board, announ- the first grade of the Sunday
ced M-hool.
Joining the Hebrew school fac-1 ____________
ulty is Abraham Lewis, who served
in the Philadelphia public and He-
brew school system before coming
to Florida, where he taught in a
Hollywood synagogue school for
three years prior to assuming his
position at Beth Torah. Lewis also
directed the Hebrew school at Beth
Judah in Atlantic City. N.J.. for
three years.
Mr>. Eugene Marshall has joined
the nursery school staff and will
instruct one of the kindergarten
classes Mrs Marshall is a grad-
uate of Rutgers University, and
served as psychologist of the Bur-
lington, N.J.. school system. She
formerly taught at a nursery
school in the North Dade area.
Mrs. M. Steinfink is returning to
JVS Will Meet
Here Sept. 21
Clemen J. Ehrlich. president,
Jewish Vocational Service, an-
nounced that the first regular
monthly board of directors meet-
ing will be held in the board room
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration on Thursday evening, Sept.
21.
The following officers will serve
for the year 1961-62: vice presi-
dents. Barney Bernstein. David M.
Bloomberg, Mrs. Charles P.. Fein-
berg and Marshall S. Harris; treas-
urer. Charles Hertzoff; secretary,
Mrs. Sam Stark.
ZOA District Will
Install Officers
Ephraim Collins, newly elected
president of t h e Miami Gables
Zionist District, and officers and
members of the board will be in-
stalled on Sunday evening at the
Biscayne Terrace hotel
Collins, a prac.icing attorney,
has been active in the Zionist
movement for the past 20 years.
In the past, he has held office in
the Zionist Youth movement, and
served as vice president of the
local Zionist district for the past
two years.
He is president of the Heftier-
Orange Grove Homeowners Assn.,
and treasurer of Miami Toastmas-
ters Club. He has also served as
an officer of Temple Zamora.
Other officers to be installed are
chairman of the board, Moe Myers;
vice presidents, Meyer Fine, Al
Quadow. I. B. Sacks; financial sec-
retary. Mrs. Albert Levick; re-
cording secretary, Mrs. I. B. Sacks;
corresponding secretary. Mrs. Mor-
ris Simon.
A. Arthur Pekelner, former presi-
dent of the Miami Zionist District,
and former member of the National
Executive Council of the ZOA, will
be installing officer.
Metro Commissioner Harold B.
Spaet will be guest speaker. Form-
er Mayor of Miami Beach Harold
Shapiro will serve as the master of
ceremonies.
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Friday. September 15, 1961
-Jkwfstnorldian
Page 9-B
As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas M'tzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Bex
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Inciude 1he name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace cf the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstcne Flcver Shops in time
for the occasion.
New Food Fair Market Planned
Louis Herskowiti
- son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
- s,:. 2360 SW 11th tor., will
.t his Par Mitzvah Saturday
g, Sept. 16. at Beth David
tabbi Norman N. Shapiro of-
-
Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
l student al South Miami Jutl-
and attends Beth David's
- school.
1
Phillip Levy
Services at Temple Beth Am on
morning. Sept. 16. will
. .....e the Bar Mitzvah of Phil-
Raymond, son of Mr. and Mrs
. re Levy, 11525 SW 70th 8Vfl
. Herman Baumgard Will offi-
ciate.
* *
Maury Hollander
r Mitzvah of Maury. son of
and Mrs. Adolph Hollander.
r>e observed Saturday morn-
. Sept. 16. at Temple Zion with
bi Alfred Waxman officiating
itry is an eighth grade stu-
;it South Miami Junior High
won an honorable mention in
tl i science Fair there.
- parents will host the Kid-
dush in his honor at the conclusion
(I the ceremony.
Phillip Levy touis Hersfcowifz
Violin Scholarship
Announced Here
Miami Beach Lodge 170 of the
Knights of Pythias announces a
violin scholarship for 1961-62 to be
given by violinist Irving Pietrac.
using the Leopold Auer method.
Participants must not be over
16 years of age. and shall have had
at least three years of study. The
contest Is open to anyone meeting
these minimum requirements
Further information is available
at the lodge at 1828 Alton rd Final
audition will be Oct. 15.
Schoiarsnip committee is headed
by Leon A. Axelrod. and includes
David Sheldon. Samuel C. Gold-
berg and Irving and Martin Yellen.
Plans for the immediate con-
struction of a 20.000 sq. ft. Food
Fair supermarket of an ultra-mod-
< rii design, on a seven-acre site
at the northwest corner of the in-
tersection of Ludlum and Gratipny
rds Hialeah. have been announ-
ced by Harold Friedland. vice
Souther division of Food
Fair Stores,
The supermarket will provide
neighborhood shopping convenience
for the existing housing develop-
ment sol east of the site.
Construction is due to start
within CO davs, with opening
Mediterranean
Tour Slated
A 34-daj crusc-tour aboard the
air-conditioned SS Atlantic and
ashore in the Mediterranean and
Mid-East are being offered by
American Export Line-.
There is just one sailing. The
ship will depart Now York on Oct.
6. Irom Fort Everglades, Fla.. on
Oct. 8. and then sail to the Medi-
terranean with port calls at Lis-
bon. Naples and Piraeus. Follow-
ing a tour through Athens, cruise
passengers will board special-char-
tered planes for either the Israel
tour or the Kgypt- Jordan Israel
tour.
Passengers will return to Naples
board ship and continue to Palma
and Gibraltar for additional shore
excursions, returning to New York
on Nov. 9. Inclusive prices start
at S895 for the Israel tour.
planned for early 1962. The
store will be designed as a
"show-case" for the latest de-
velopments in equipment and in-
novations of the industry, with
emphasis en self-service, con-
venience, variety and value for
the shopper.
Over 5.000 food and household
will be offered in 17 sep-
arate departments, including gro-
11 ; es, top-quality meats. USDA-
and graded farm-fresh
;; ..... complete line of dairj
::o7er. foods, and a wide seloc
:. : -::. as well as fi
a food.
for an aditional building
'.:- which would he occupied by
con-pic mentary national and local
merchants to provide well-rounded
shopping service for the Hialeah
area were announced by Ronald L.
Fir.t. director of real estate. South-
ern Division. Food Fair Store-
Leasing negotiations will be han-
dled by the Miami-based real es-
tate office. 7000 NW 32nd ave., in
Cooperation with local realtor-.
When completed the center, to
be known as Ludlum-Gratigny
Plata, will be approximately
80,000 sq. ft., with parking fa-
cilities for 500 cars, and will
include a national chain junior
department store and drug store.
Foot! Fan- Stores, the nation's
sixth largest supermarket chain,
..: present operates 136 supermar-
k< m Florida.
School Names Founding Heads
The Talmudic Theological Col- list of sponsors, a founders' edition
J.te^of America, to be built on: 0f the annual vearbook will be
i Beach, has selected Her- _,Msk,i-.t
Wcintraub and Vice Mayor Pushed next year.
LI Englander as founding chair- Articles by leading educators
and Talmudic scholars will be in-
u"nor them and the crowing eluded in the book.
ADL Program Scheduled
Shoshana chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold a regular meet-
ing Thursday evening, Sept. 28. at
Temple Bnai Sholom. 16800 NW
22nd ave. An Anti Defamation
League program will be presented.
THE GEFTER FAMILY
WISHES ALL OUR FRIINDS
AND PATRONS A
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
Cent. Air-Cond Ind Cont
MR. and MRS. PHILIP WEISS owners of the
ROYAL HUNGARIAN KOSHER RESTAURANT
731 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH
Wish Their Many friends, Patroniiers and fellow Jews, wherever
they may be ... A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
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tt en daily, p. p. Kosher Meals
Included dbl. occ
S9.0C single 20 of 105 rooms. Other
rates available. free: t.v. ana
r.-.dio in every room; Chaise lounges
and mats: free self-parking adjoins
hotel; and 15 ether features.
Dirt.T-y laws and Sabbath strictly
observed. Mashgiach en premises.
Belt and sugar.free diets. Call
Abe Gefter direct, Miami JE 4-2141
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from Jiors d'oeuvret fo a complete buffet
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+Jelsti ftcrMian
Friday. September 15. 1961
Registration
Is Continuing
Meyer S education direc-
tor of tb< Ner Tamxl religious
school. tnncu;.(s thai registration
:;!(..-(: :. ID agei five to
confii .- continuing daily
from 9 a.m 5:30 p.m. at the
Temple < .:.
Under th( I y of Temple
Nt r T;i.*:. d rshlp now in-
clude- f n < on for the Sunday
and Hebrew schools, anii also
is a nominal
charge for nurs ; icfaool, which
i^ under tbe supervision of Miss
Beatrice hf.i k
Louis Hob< school board
chaii man, said curricu-
lum ensive study
ol the rudin i s of re iding, writ-
ii _. i ray< i ieu" meaning.
Thi curriculum will a.so include
Jewish history, srael, Jewish tra
: hy.
Carciicc Hospital
Gets U.S. Grant
AS. at for a special car-
diagnos s id> ai National
r I ... ac Hospital .'us
local charity
hosp Institute
;h the Department
< i Health, E h cation an.i Welfare
(f the U.S. Public Health Service.
Commenting on the grant, Dave
EmmiT. chairman <'. the lay medi-
cal committee oi the hospital. point-
e ceived a number of grants for re-
search and studies in the fields of
heart disease in children, none ot
these funds- can be used for our
most important needs: caring for
these young "cripples without
crutches, and building a new hos-
pital so that we- can help more
>outhiul victims of rheumatic
heart disease"
Left to right are Larry Ross, Barton Ross, Mrs. Nathan Mervis
(seated), PTA cresident, Meyer Sambera, education director of
Ner Tamid religious school, Reenah Samberg, David Rosen-
baum, and Mark Rosenbaum registering for the new school
session.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rabbi Named
Naval Chaplain
Rabbi Mordacai Fodet, spiritual
leader of Temple Judea, formerly
chaplain at the U.S. Naval Training
Center in Ft. Douglas, Utah, has
been appointed Jewish chaplain at
the U S. Naval Air station in Boca
Chica; and the Air Command at
Miami International Airport.
Commissioned as chaplain in the
l S. Naval Reserve, Rabbi Podet
vas assigned to active duty in Octo-
ber. 1952. lie was first appointed
to the U.S. Naval Training Center
at Great Lakes, 111.
He later became the Navy's only-
Jewish chaplain in the Mediter-
ranean area, serving the U.S. Sixth
Fleet and NATO activities.
Juliet and the General are portrayed by Sandra Dee and
Peter Ustinov in the witty comedy, "Romanoff and Juliet," co-
starring John Gavin and Akim Tamiroff. "Oscar" winner
Ustinov, wrote, produced and directed the color production
which is currently showing at Wometco's Carib, Miami,
Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres.
Hospital Units
In Panel Talk
Southern district of the Assn. of
Florida Hospital Auxiliaries was to
meet on Thursday. Sept. 14, from
10:30 to 3 p.m.. at the Algiers
hotel.
The program was ;o Be a panel
discussion of various phases of
Auxiliary activities. Mrs. Trace*
liare. of .Miami, founder of t h e
Auxiliary, Mrs. Merle Smith, of
Palm Beach, and Mrs. Herbert
Mathes, Miami Beach, were to be
among the panelists.
Mrs E J. Melnicken was to be in
charge of reservations.
Rabbi Cap/an to Preach
Rabbi Jonah Caplan, executive
director of the Hebrew Academy,
will preach at the Kol Nidre serv-
ices of the Marseilles hotel on
Tuesday at 6 p.m. On Wednesday,
the morning of Yom Kippur. Rabbi
Caplan will preach at the services
held in the Ritz Plaza hotel.
Memorial Estate Dedication
Dedication of the Beth Emeth
memorial estate at Lakesiele Me-
morial Park, NW 25th st. and 102nd
ave.. will take place Sunday at 3
p.m.
REV. and MRS.
ABRAHAM SEIF
and Children
HOWARD, DEBBIE, ALAN,
SUSAN and ROCHELIE
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MRS EVA STRAUSS
- Merid an ave., Miami Bi cl
-. -,-.. n i -
M( w fork and la survlvi d
,; ., ._.'.:. Mrs B< Ity II Ii p. Ser-
. ,m In New York with Ooi
I, Hom In chargi of local ar-
. IS
VISS ANNE SKULN1CK
., Jefferson ..\ Miami Bi a< h,
,1,, ,i -, | S Bn< pame h. re 17 years
i New York and ;is a n
..: \c< Beauty Salon, Rurviv-
, .. ., :. M Ren< Palmer,
ii wen Sept. 10 In Rlvei
Washington avi
SAMUEL LEBMAN
Baj ni.. Miami Bi
,11, .-.;: t He c ame hen bis
; :.i-t l.iv, n.....I, < >. Survlv -
i | his wife, Paulini t wo son*
t Kanfoi ii. inn ii iuy hteri
ind 10 era ndchildi n
. \.. Bepl i ni.-..
' ,.i i. Ni rmandy Isli
h
MAX MORRISON
. '\ ant ler dr., f*i al ablet
ii,- ame hi ft I .
.. ago and was a ph
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-.-.-,. wen Sepl
i '. onal i 'ii.., el, Di
DMEHV
BY HENRY tEONARQ
"Doctor, it must be Yom Kippur time ogoin .,.
there are three cantors in the waiting room with
laryngitis.'
lEGA_ NOTICE

Sun zing an his wife, Ruth iwo bro-
theis, Irvini .. Max > di
on, a sister, a brut hi Ihrei
... 1 -' : .- pt. 12
;...- Mi pi Nor-
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lh at Sepl
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NY ..ii was ..
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JACOB M.
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LEGAL NOTICE

MRS EDNA MAE WEIL
! 1-770 Baj Harl or di
dlei Si pt i Shi
20 years ago from Clevi
. ;. i. aa a meml ,.f 1
. BI SUl i ..:
a i aUf I'.: :. Mrs
Ksh'n. two sons, .i -.
. indi hlldn n 8i r\ I ea i
Rlversldi Mi mi i la. hi i
-
MURRAY ROTHMAN
lOJrd il Baj Harbot Is-
led sept. 10, He .ame hen
ago from New York anil wan
pmbei 'i Temple Beth Shi Ii m
MRS LENA LUBiN
Mlai : .
I She came here eari
N N v S.. I h B
fi son* Irving, Sat
I...... a aiatei Mn
i Parr is! II | nd
pht great Servici
wen Bepl 10' lit
Hoi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. s HEREBY GIVEN that
eralgnei i g to engage
.- the fletitloui na me* ol
Ml RTQAGE *. IN-
VESTMENT .' i; EMiei
REALTY EQl'ITAl
- TE: E Ql'l T A 1 L. 1
- a ri. E IN-
E REAL-
' ... INVESTMENTS
at 220 71st Street 41a ml Bead
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th<
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MRS OLGA SANDLER
; .... M ... ml Bead
R, p s\, a:r, here 10 years agl
Bum virig ;,ie a ter, Mn Phyllis Edmunds; a brother,
. repllts; twi cistei I hri i bn
,,T.ii two grandchildren Sen
were Sept. 18 in Riverside Men
i I...i el. Ni rnia: cly l-.i
MRS. ROSE RUDY
57. of 749 Meridian ave Ml !
died Aug. 14. She came hen 16 yearf
ago fri.m New Y< rk and was secre-
tary of Beth Ttilah, a Hebrew Acad-
emy volunteer, and member of Bikur
Cholim. Surviving are her husband,
Abrahai four sisters and a f:
child. Servlcea wire In New Y< rn
with Riverside Memorial Chapel In
chargi
STEPHEN W SEARLES
71 if !'."! SW 12tll ave, dud Atlf
H- in hen 18 > ara ...
Bi Idgi I nn ano wa* w '"
omi any mat > i fi
vlvinj are his wlfi Henrletti a si n
Willian a broth"
:,.. a wen
11
Gomes Psrfy Monday
parts -- :
day evi
2nd "-f-<
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M -;. :: :s HEREBY GIVEN tl at
esiring to ngagi
ndei tltlous nan i
'A1NHI lD-M' :U 2) THE
: JT .1NHBAI Mi 'TK1. .a II
ivi n..e, M Ian Bi ai h -;i
a Intends to
with thi > ot thi Circuit Court
, i Dadi County I
- UNHE I > MuTKl.. INC
... orporatlon, Si Ii I iwui
MARVIN I w:iM
; rnej r '>imil I ai I
918 Alnsley Hldg., Miami 82, Kla.
-22-29, 10/6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 9758
yi LAN MEZET,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
BTEVE MEZET,
Defendant.
YOU, STEVE MEZEY, ARE HERE-
BY NOTIP1BD to file your defense
pleadinga to this suit with this
t's rierk. and serve a copy on
tiff's attorney, RICHARD A1-T-
SHUL-ER ".04 Beybold Building, Mi-
ami, Florida, on or befon October 16,
p.; the Complaint will be taken
' sed by yi
September 18. 1961
L-EATHERMAN,
, | Circuit ''" i
, | By: M CAVAL.AR1S
: atj
15-22-i
IN the C'FCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUC C *i- CIRCUIT OF
FL : R'DA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
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of 1 intj Florida:
As well as '; E Washing Mai
x del 1651- i.i. i;.K Ri fi Igi mtoi
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aln.
Ytu an required t" fill your an-
sw. i ;. plaintlfrs complaint with thi
Clerk i i thi aforesaid 'ourt and
servi .i copj I hi ri I upon plaintiff's
atti nej MARTIN 1INE. t it it l
Dadi Federal Building, Miami :"..
lati thai.....toiler 18,
becrei Pro < 'onfesso ,n bi
entered I you
Miami, Florida this 7th
da > -I beptel i i i. 1961
"E i LEATHERMAN,
r the i 'Ircult Couii
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"lerk
FINE
Atti rni > for lalntlfl
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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH -LCiCIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLCPl C A. N AND FOR CADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
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1 i MYR1 K GROVE aci ordlng lo
thi Plat t.'ieiei.f. recorded in Plat
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oi 1 iadi Ci unty, Florida.
You aie reijdired to file your an-
swei to plaintiffs complaint with th.
Cleric ol i the aforesaid Court, and
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attorney' MARTIN PINE, nth Floi
Dade F. Florida, not later than October 16.
1961, 01 ,i Decree Tro, Confess., will DC
entered against ) OU,
Dated at Miami, Florida this 7th
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Clerk of the Circuit Court
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1'eputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attornej fo* Plaintiff
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Miami 82, Florida
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOT CE OF APPLICATION
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Friday. September 15, 1961 *Jewisti FinrMinn Page 5-A Fencing Class Announced Coral Gables Youth Center. 400 I Anastasia ave. and will meet each A new adult class in Fencing ton Tuesday from 8 to 10 pin through beginners is starting Sept. 19 at the \"ov. 14. Left to right are Selig Miller, treasurer; SidMrs. Harry Hausman, recording secretary of ood-v congregation president; Rabbi Dade Heights Jewish Congregation. They are Richtei spiritual leader; Cantor Emanseen following the congregation's installation rndel; Bet) Shapiro, vice president; cid donre on Aug. 26. Higft School Registration Open atiO %  Central He:i School ,>£ the Bureau oi Educa ifi l is now open. i • -ion, were held Wcdnes i>,. hiebrew High Scnool is at neeting v\ three geographi : for Miami, at the BuJewisb Education bide.. i a M 3rd ave.; Coral Gables and So Miami, at Temple Zion. 57*0 SW : • St.; No. Miami Beach, at Beth'I :ah Congregation. 1051 No. Miami Peach blvd. Other classes are in i >rmatiop Staff of the Heorew High School consists of Rabbi Shimon Azulay. David Friedman, Nathan Stern and Rabbi Voshe Aspes. Herbert Beraer. as : ; stant Bureau executive. directthe Central Hebrew Huh School. The High School is open to graduate, of Hebrew depart merts of all Jewish schools, and offers counts in Hebrew Bible, Hebrew literature, Jewish customs and festivals, Jewish history, ethics and current problems, Mishna and Talmud. Over 150 students are expected to register in the program this year. The Central Jewish Library of the Bureau of Jewish Education has reopened for the season. The library contains 8.000 volumes in Hebrew. Yiddish and Judaica, and offers free lending service to the gi neral Jewish community. The library circulated over fi.ooo volume! last year to Jewish teachers, raLbis. author! and scholara. Mr!. Anna Sintow is librarian Tie Bureau'! library committee consists of Mrs. Joseph Duntov, chairman, Mrs. Joseph Abelow, Dr. Philip Gntiieb. Morris Honigbaum. Dr. Isaac Cnterman and Rabbi Allied Waxman. 5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI invite* uou to attend Special Memorial Services eondueted by RABBI SAMUEL APRIL Coral Way Jewish Center Sunday, September 17, 10:30 a.m. DR. IRVING LEHRMAN Temple Emanu-EI Congregation Sunday, September 17, 11:30 a.m. DR. IRVING LEHRMAN Temple Emanu-EI Congregation Sunday, September 17, 11:45 a.m. RABBI GERALD LERER Flagler-Granada Congregation Sunday, September 17, 2:00 p.m. RABBI MORDECAI PODET Temple Judea Sunday, September 17, 1:00 p.m. Ben-Gurion Hints He May Retire Continued from Page 1-A Prime Minister made known his! position to President Ben-Zvi. The letter of rejection referred dramatically to tlie successive Israel i Chiefs of Staff, whom the Prime Minister lauded for devotion and i loyalty. In his letter, the Prime Minister also said farewell to colleagues in the Government "with whom I have long been associated." Mapai rejected the Prime Minister's decision and met with him to determine under what conditions he would try to form a Government. It appeared from the Prime Minister's letter of rejection that he was less concerned with a Mapai majority — which he did not mention — than with a set of partners ready to work more closely with him than they did in the prior Government. UF Enlists 2,000 Volunteers More than 2,000 volunteers have been enlisted for the 1962 United Fund campaign, according to Edward F. Swenson, jr.. general campaign chairman. Swenson announce*! that for the period from Sept. 11 through Sept. 25. Dade countians can obtain bumberstrips and volunteer cards from any one of 1.280 gasoline stations throughout the county, distributed to them by 16 oil companies which have agreed to participate in the United Fund drive for volunteers. GREETINGS H, & F. UPHOLSTERY INC. The Best the Market Affords at Reasonable Prices — QUALITY-SERVICE 64 W, 22nd St., Hialeah TU 7-4253 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland — FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 THE WOMAN IN BUSINESS makes businesslike provision tor her I future. Ask about th.> Metropolitan's Income Plan tor women NAT GANS 3300 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami Phones FR 3-4616 or HI 6-9981 Community Services I**" ••***> ... OFFERED BY THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CEMETERY ASSOCIATION "HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS A PART OF OUR H'GH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE' RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE Jewish Section of WoodEawn Park Cemetery 3260 S.W. 8th STREET SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, 1961 11 A.M. (This Sunday) Rabbi Solomon Schiif Rabbi Norman Shapiro WILL OFFICIATE Cantors Maurice Nlamches, William W. Lipson WILL CHANT THE LITURGY T ALSO AT THE Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery 1125 N.W. 137th STREET SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, 1961 2 P.M. (This Sunday) Rabbi Solomon Schiif Rabbi Tibor M. Stern Rabbi David Rosenleld WILL OFFICIATE Cantor Maurice Mamches WILL CHANT THE LITURGY T 1' !i { SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED. MILTON WEINER, President HYMAN P. GALBUI OSCAR RAPPAPORT Co-Chinnen: Memorial Services Committee Season's Best Wishes to All JOHNNY MILLIONAIRE SHIPPING COMPANY 5327 N.W. 36th AVENUE NE 4-9275 Season's Best Wishes to All SAVAGE & CO., INC. 561 N.E. 79th STREET PL 1-9765



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Friday, September 15, 1961 ft Un Halt FtrridHhin Page 3-A Offers Missiles to Israel pprnnrd Young (left), of 1347 SW 7th St., among Miamians now getting free Polaroid Land Cameras or Polaroid Land Cameras and kit from The Jewish Floridian. He receives his gift from Mrs. Christine Carrigan, circulation manager. Miamians are Finding it 'Easy as Pie' To Get Jewish Floridian's Free Polaroid U.S. Explains Rocket Sale; n SSSSSu § i call for STRONGER Yet SAFER AN AC IN Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin > not only (fives it ranger, farter relief from pain of headache but is also safer. Won't upset the stomach and has no bad effects. You see, Anacin is like a doctor's prescription. That is. Anacin contains not just one but a combination of medically proven, active ingredients. Scientific research has proved no lingle drug can give such strong yet such safe relief as Anacin Tablets. Readers of The Jewish Floridian D entered the tree Polaroid amera project sponsored by Miami's only Jewish lanI English weekly newspaper happy they've done so. Actually. Younj> elected to try the "harder" road: 13 local new. paid-in-advance, one-year subscriptions to The Jewish Floridian at S5 each. If he cared to stop at ten subscriptions) he would also have won the Polaroid, except lor the Ihingthey've learned, in adadditional kit equipment, i to working this fabulous pho"You're going to have to make it lie instrument which gives harder than that." Young warned hed pictures in ten seconds is that it was "as easy as pie" Ifill the requirements for gcti e %  ].. ;r tree camera. Mrs. Carrigan, "or The Jewish Floridian will find itself giving away a flood of Polaroids." For individuals or organizations Continued from Page 1-A the volatility of the Near East sit[ nation and, given the enormous i costs involved, would increase substantially the already heavy arms burdens of the Near Eastern states. A number of Near Eastern nations might then wish to acquire such advanced weaponry, and there would be no assurance that their acquisitions would be limited to defensive ground-to-air missiles." "At present, no nation in the Near East possesses missile-type weapons," Mr. Hays stressed. "It would indeed be inconsistent with our desire to see peace reinforced and progress achieved toward settlement of difficult Near Eastern problems were this country to bear first responsibility for setting off a new and more dangerous form of arms competition in that area. It would also be unfortunate were this country by actions of this kind to open opportunities U.S. Envoy To OAS Slated One of America's most noted statesmen, His Excellency dei.es seps Morrison. United States Ambassador to the Organization of American Stales, will be honorary "Cruise Commodore" of the Pantor Soviet moves inevitably aimed at increasing tensions in the area and advancing the Communist cause. This would he neither in Israel's interest nor our own." Justifying the sale of Viper and Javelin rockets to Nasser. Mr. Hays said "they are of negligible military importance, and similar types are manufactured in several countries." They were provided to Nasser "for meteorological purposes." Start the New Year Right Renew Your Israel Bond PERPETUATE YOUR NAME WITH JNF 420 tincoln Rd. Mayshie Friedberg LADY WISHES TO SHARE HER BEAUTIFUL RANCH-TYPE HOME with couple or single woman, or will rent twin bedroom. S.W. Section. CA 1-9324 or MO 1-4316 "Where Students Are Individuals" ADELPHI PREP Junior & Senior High School • Regular and Accelerated Courses • After-School Tutoring Classes Attendance accepted by Dade Count/ Bo.ird of Public Instruction. See Yellow Pacje 655, Plione Book Midfown 8001 NE 5th C1. PL 7-7623 Downtown Seybold Eldq. FR 4-8683 r Bernard Young, a youthful stopping short of the ten or 13-stibAmerican Friends of Israel Goodlian of 1347 SW "th st. He rescription gift plan, there are other d his free Polaroid kit last valuable gifts. But, in Young's i j from Mrs. Christine Camview, there won't be many ol them. Circulation manager of The "It's just so easy." he said, "and h Floridian. at the newspawhat a gift. A free Polaroid Land I downtown oilice building and Camera!" I %  "There was nothing to it," Young explained happily, fingering with expectation the beautitjl targe brown leather case in which the Polaroid camera, wink fash, film, and special Polaroid t ifer come. "It just took me two ceys of easy effort between my tegular working hour*." For information on how to get yours, write to The Jewish Floridian. Box 2973. Miami 1, Fla., or phone FK 3 4605. Tifereth Israel Sisterhood Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will hold its regular meeting at the auditorium on Monday evening. New Health Plans for Men and Women Over 65 Now a new Senior Cili/en plan is available to those in normal health who are 65 or over, and to sons and daughters who want to assure this protection for their parents. The plan provides substantial benefits toward: HOSPITAL COSTS FOR • Room and Board • Medical Care • Surgery • Nursing Care Including nursing home care following hospiializalion %  No upper age limit. As long as you are age 65 or over, you can make application. If only one of a couple is over 65, the other may be as young as 56. Both husband and wife can be covered under a single policy. Reaewable for life. Premiums will not be changed because of occurrences to you, as an individual—but may be changed only for all policyholders in your classification. Why not call mc for details—today? NAT GANS Phone FR 3-4616 HI 6-9981 WAFE INSURANCE NEEDS 3200 S.W. 3rd Avenue "at 5 Points" Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New York, N. Y; Will Tour, it was announced here b) Samuel Friedland. chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. Ambassador Morrison will come to Miami to join in the daylong activities upon the arrival here of the Zim Lint's SS Jerusalem for the Pan American Tour on Sun day. Nov. 19. Officiating at the gala festivities during the entire day will be |Cruise Commodore Carl Weinkle. Ambassador Morrison and many other members of the community. The festivities will begin with colorful greetings by a flotilla of yachts which will escort the SS Jerusalem into the Miami Harbor. Other highlights of the day will include a Chen reception aboard the SS Jerusalem and a Captain's dinner for Bar Mitzvah Guardians and Sponsors that night. '^ORDO^KonSiVAl^ SHEET METAL WORKS INC 2141 N.W. 10th Ave. Fl 3-7180 Have your roof repaired now; you will aave on a new roof later. "Satiefactory Work by Experienced Men" YOUNG AMERICAN FAMILY MAN INTERESTED IN WHOISAI E OR MANUFACTURING PARTNERSHIP. Will Invest, ihomer She.'.bos. Writ* Mr. H.. Box 2973. Mimi 1 VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS SALES-TUNINGS See Max Lewis 300 NW 54 St. PL 8-8795 Photo & Music Equipment We Buy. Sell, Trade or Repair Anything Musit.il 6\ Photographic COMPLETE LINE OF SUPPLIES TRAIL PHOTO & MUSIC 5725 S.W. 8th ST. MO 7-0526 MENT A CAM from $2*0 per daySi 5 per wk. & mileaoe charge AB0TT MOTORS, Inc. 14S1 W. FLAGLER ST. Ph. FR 3-6765 0*£U feSS&r See Us for Low Cost Home Financing Convenient Offices f -Jt— —~ 5 Serve Dode County MAIN OFFICE 101 E. Flagler St S ,1 ALLAPATTAH BRANCH 1400 N.W. 36th SL HOTEL At J4tfc ST., MIAMI BEACH TWALORE \ Wrlta \ • Alr-C V For \ • Prlva X information % # Parking on Premiaee ^ ^av \ and \ • Cocktail Lounge V J X flarvatio\ # Djning Room >? ^ X ^"^"^^^"^^^^"^ m rnt.rlilnment Prlvata Pool •each and Cabana Colony 1-0331 • Air-Conditioned Room* • Privata Beach and Poo* • Parking on Premiaea -, ^aX D "y a Cocktail Lounge *t ^B *• '•'*• Dining Room Entertainment 11.111111 "One of the Notion's Oldest and Largest 0ade Federal RAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI 4% PER ANNUM Currenl Dividend Rate ON SAVINGS JOSEPH M UPTON, President ,*•* u TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W. 8th St. NORTH MIAMI BRANCH EDISON CENTER BRANCH 5800 N.W. 7th Avt. / OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 170 MILLION DOLLARS \ 12370 N.W. 7th Ave.



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Friday, September 15. 1961 #, lewist fir-rid fan Page 3-A Offers Missiles to Israel Continued from Page 1 A pernnrd Young (left), of 1347 SW 7th St., among Miamians now getting free Polaroid Land Cameras or Polaroid Land Cameras and kit from The Jewish Floridian. He receives his qift from Mrs. Christine Carrigan, circulation manager. Miamians are Finding it 'Easy as Pie' To Get Jewish Floridian's Free Polaroid U.S. Explains Rocket Sale; n SSSSSf* l call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIN Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin* not only (fives stronger,' fatter relief from pain of headache but is also tafer. Won't upset the stomach and has no bad effects. You ee, Anacin is like a doctor's prescription. That is, Anacin contains not just one but a combination of medically proven, active ingredients. Scientific research has proved no single drug can give such strong yet such safe relief as Anacin Tablet*. for Soviet moves inevitably aimed at increasing tensions in the ana and advancing the Communist 'cause. This would he neither in Israel's interest nor our own." the volatility of the Near East situation and, given the enormous costs involved, would increase substantially the already heavy arms burdens of the Near Eastern states. Justifying the sale i.l Viper and A number of Near Eastern nations ; Javelin rockets to Nasser. Mr might then wish to acquire such "ays said "they are of negligible advanced weaponry, and there military importance, and similar would be no assurance that their types are manufactured in several acquisitions would be limited to countries." They were provided to Rca.ii is of The Jewish Floridian entered the tree Polaroid amera project sponsored by Miami's only Jewish lannglish weekly newspaper happy they've done so. i thing they've learned, in adi to working this fabulous phophic instrument which gives ished pictures in ten seconds is that it was "as easy as pie" fill the requirements lor getr iree camera. e Bernard Young, a youthful nian of 1347 s\v 7th st. He reci (1 his free Polaroid kit last i v from Mrs. Christine Carrii in -illation manager of The h Floridian. at the newspa; downtown ollice building and 'There was nothing to it," Voung explained happily, fingering with expectation the beauti-fjl Urge brown leather case in which the Polaroid camera, wink flash, film, and special Polaroid titter come. "It just took me two cays of easy effort between my tegular working hours." Actually, Young elected lo try the "harder" road: 13 local new, paid-in-advance, one-year subscriptions to The Jewish Floridian at So each. If he cared to stop at ten subscriptions, he would also have won the Polaroid, except [or the additional kit equipment. "You're going to have to make it harder than that."' Young warned Mrs. Carrigan. "or The Jewish Floridian will find itself giving away a Hood of I'olaroids." Fur individuals or organizations stopping short of (he ten or 13-subscription gift plan, there are other valuable gifts. But, in Young's view, there won't be many of them. It's just so easy," he said, "and what a gift. A free Polaroid Land Camera!" For information on how to get yours, write to The Jewish Floridian. Box 2973. Miami 1. Fla., or phone FR 34605. defensive ground-to-air missiles.' "At present, no nation in the Near East possesses missile-type weapons," Mr. Hays stressed. "It would indeed be inconsistent with our desire to see peace reinforced and progress achieved toward settlement of difficult Near Eastern problems were this country to bear first responsibility for setting off a new and more dangerous form of arms competition in thai area. It would also be unfortunate were this country by actions of this kind to open opportunities Nasser poses." "for meteorological purStart the New Year Right Renew Your Israel Bond PERPETUATE YOUR NAME WITH JNF 420 lincoln Rd. Mayshie Friedberg Tifereth Israel Sisterhood Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will hold its regular meeting at the auditorium on Monday evening. New Health Plans for Men and Women Over 65 Now a new Senior Citi/en plan is available to those in normal health who are 65 or over, and to sons and daughters who want to assure this protection for their parents. The plan provides substantial benefits toward: HOSPITAL COSTS FOR • Room and Board • Medical Care • Surgery • Nursing Care including nursing home care following hospiiatizaiioH %  No upper age limit. As long as you are age 65 or over, you can make application. If only one of a couple is over 65, the other may be as young as 56. Both husband and wife can be covered under a single policy. Renewable for life. Premiums will not be changed because of occurrences to you. as an individual—but may be changed only for all policyholdcrs in your classification. Why not call me for details—today? NAT GANS Phone FR 3-4616 HI 6-9981 tJEE IXSI RAM'E XEERS 3200 S.W. 3rd Avenue "at 5 Points" Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New York, N. Y; U.S. Envoy To OAS Slated One of America's most noted statesmen. His Excellency deLes seps Morrison, United Stales Ambassador to the Organization ol American States, will be honofarj "Cruise Commodore'" of the Pan American Friends of Israel GoodWill Tour, it was announced hereby Samuel Friedland, chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. Ambassador Morrison will come to Miami to join in the day long activities upon the arrival here of the Zim Line's SS Jerusalem for the Pan American Tour on Sunday. Nov. 19. Officiating at the gala festivities | during the entire day will be, Cruise Commodore Carl Wcinklc. Ambassador Morrison and many | other members of the community, j The festivities will begin with j colorful greetings by a flotilla of yachts which will escort the SS Jerusalem into the Miami Harbor. 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Page 10-B +Jelsti ftcrMian Friday. September 15. 1961 Registration Is Continuing Meyer S education director of tb< Ner Tamxl religious school. tnncu;.(s thai registration :;!(..-(: :. ID agei five to confii .continuing daily from 9 a.m 5:30 p.m. at the Temple < .:••.• Under th( %  I y of Temple Nt r T;i.*:. d rshlp now includef n < on for the Sunday and Hebrew schools, anii also is a nominal charge for nurs •;• icfaool, which i^ under tbe supervision of Miss Beatrice hf.i k Louis Hob< school board chaii man, said curriculum ensive study ol the rudin i s of re iding, writii •_. i ray< i %  ieu" meaning. Thi curriculum will a.so include Jewish history, srael, Jewish tra : hy. Carciicc Hospital Gets U.S. Grant AS. at for a special cardiagnos s id> ai National r • I ...• ac Hospital .'us local charity hosp Institute ;h the Department < i Health, E h cation an.i Welfare (f the U.S. Public Health Service. Commenting on the grant, Dave EmmiT. chairman < %  '. the lay medical committee oi the hospital. pointeouthiul victims of rheumatic heart disease" Left to right are Larry Ross, Barton Ross, Mrs. Nathan Mervis (seated), PTA cresident, Meyer Sambera, education director of Ner Tamid religious school, Reenah Samberg, David Rosenbaum, and Mark Rosenbaum registering for the new school session. HAPPY NEW YEAR Rabbi Named Naval Chaplain Rabbi Mordacai Fodet, spiritual leader of Temple Judea, formerly chaplain at the U.S. Naval Training Center in Ft. Douglas, Utah, has been appointed Jewish chaplain at the U S. Naval Air station in Boca Chica; and the Air Command at Miami International Airport. Commissioned as chaplain in the l S. Naval Reserve, Rabbi Podet vas assigned to active duty in October. 1952. lie was first appointed to the U.S. Naval Training Center at Great Lakes, 111. He later became the Navy's onlyJewish chaplain in the Mediterranean area, serving the U.S. Sixth Fleet and NATO activities. Juliet and the General are portrayed by Sandra Dee and Peter Ustinov in the witty comedy, "Romanoff and Juliet," costarring John Gavin and Akim Tamiroff. "Oscar" winner Ustinov, wrote, produced and directed the color production which is currently showing at Wometco's Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres. Hospital Units In Panel Talk Southern district of the Assn. of Florida Hospital Auxiliaries was to meet on Thursday. Sept. 14, from 10:30 to 3 p.m.. at the Algiers hotel. The program was ;o Be a panel discussion of various phases of Auxiliary activities. Mrs. Trace* liare. of .Miami, founder of t h e Auxiliary, Mrs. Merle Smith, of Palm Beach, and Mrs. Herbert Mathes, Miami Beach, were to be among the panelists. Mrs E J. Melnicken was to be in charge of reservations. Rabbi Cap/an to Preach Rabbi Jonah Caplan, executive director of the Hebrew Academy, will preach at the Kol Nidre services of the Marseilles hotel on Tuesday at 6 p.m. On Wednesday, the morning of Yom Kippur. Rabbi Caplan will preach at the services held in the Ritz Plaza hotel. Memorial Estate Dedication Dedication of the Beth Emeth memorial estate at Lakesiele Memorial Park, NW 25th st. and 102nd ave.. will take place Sunday at 3 p.m. REV. and MRS. ABRAHAM SEIF and Children HOWARD, DEBBIE, ALAN, SUSAN and ROCHELIE WISH ALL THEIR MINDS A VERr HAPPY NtW YIAR RABBI MOHDECAI PODIT BEST WISHES C & N Service Corporation Guaranteed Repairs and Maintenance All Makes of Air Conditioners & Freezers WE HONOR ALL FACTORY WARRANTIES 1723 SW 32nd AVE. HI 5-2635 TO ALL. ..A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ED. J. CCRLEY YOUR SOUTH MIAMI COUNCILMAN 5764 SW 77th Terrace HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL CRiSSY'S WINDOW CLEANING Hotels — Motels — Off ice Buildings PROMPT SERVICE 280 NE 165th STREET NORTH MIAMI BEACH Wl 7-0323 &w M~MMMMME Let us faiTd your cddftiea .**> .** 0 \ %  V V o< Uf Us It/Id Year Dreem Hem* _> QO.Unu CX ^ -on Phono III 5-3503 — FR 3-37t0 Fi.c Geiero//'ons o.' Builder; in C.,e FamJ.y TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES from Lincoln M. Zonn, Inc. LIE DETECTION SPECIALISTS DADE FEDERAL BUILDING Miami 32, Florida To All.. .Season's Best Wishes S. J. MEYER CONSTRUCTION CO. • GENERAL CONTRACTORS • COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLETE CONSTRUCTION GUARANTEE WE TAKE PRIDE IN OUR WORK MO 7-4242 6792 S-W. 62nd Avenue SOUTH MIAMI TO OUR MA.NY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS SEASON S GREETINGS D. & L. SERVICE MAINTENANCE ALL TYPE ENGINES 3695 N.W. 54th STREET NE 5-2867 70 ALL GREETINGS JOE ROY — SIGNS AND HOUSE PAINTING SPECIALTY SIGNS OF ALL KINDS 6840 S.W. 16th STREET MO 1-7545 GREETINGS Stern's Medical & Research Lab. MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES HEALTH CA^DS BLOOD ANALYSIS HORMONE TESTS Urinalysis Bacteriology "Complete Laboratory Facilities" IN NORTH MIAMI BEACH 24-HOUR SERVICE 1110 NE 163rd STREET Phone Wl 7-2991 IF NO ANSWER DIAL Wl 5-7792



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Page 2-A +Jet*isfi fhrMiar Friday, September 15, 1361 Kol Nidre to Launch Yom Kippur Tuesday Eve The High Holy Days resume with the advent of Yom Kippur. the Mitzvah of Barry, son cf Mr. and Oneg Shabbat will be given by the Day of Atonement, during services in Greater Miami synagogues next Mrs. George Waas, on Saturday Sisterhood. Saturday morning seri esday at Sttndown. The observance begins with the chanting of the during services al 10:45 a.m. Kol vices will ; • %  %  < • a.m., when the traditional-Kol Nidre prayer. Yom Ki; on Wednesday Nidre services will start on Tuessermon will be oi Poetic Powei will include ; %  mid-morning Yizkor memorial for a > at I' m THe High Holy Days conclude at Neil v. rnoon.' obs rved '* ta 1 ices at 6:15 p.m.. and -,, ... morning at 8:30 a.m.. r Solomon Scruff will •Portion cf the Wi tot services are 10 a.m. : wUl conduct Yom Kippur • rting Tuesdaj a But the season continues thi i Festival of Sukkoth, which will be launched on Mo • 25 and 2 ular Friday ai thservYom Kippur will be Cantor Albert Gla i i will chant ail sermon will Wednesday) 0:46 musi< ions I the services ol K.: v Iri '^ \\ K ilJ ildren's service at 2 including K start* will start a, 8 a.m > ices this weekend ••• rk S Tschuvah, the Sabbath of R •'. which f ills bet A en Hashona and V Kippur Temple Israel, '.: ? ? \K 19th St.. Will held Friday evet at 8:15 p.m. Ol Kol Nidre chanting will I t 7 p.m and 9:15 p.m Wedr< iaj Yom Kippur s> ees id at a.m 10 am and 11 30 a m.. with servl e for i ren l 3:30 p.m. officiating a: %  rvices S m ning .n es 9 at Beth David Congregation, 2623 s.\ 3rd ave.. will i Bar Mil 'nd Mrs Rabbi an N Si tpiro t ill offi 3 n ri • a I a ser mon on :i m., with ehil p.m V zkor memorial at 4 p.m., and Neilah>foilown{ Rabbi Kro speak i • Any i lu il Great< -: Need"' tcr Dav.i Convisor and choirs will r.i>:cal port.oiu at all Early Frid ning i %  i • at Carai Way Jewish Center, 8755 SW 16 %  at 6:30 p.m. Satui rig, 9 am sp< I ips in will chant the liturg portioi services. as well as the Kol v Tueslaj 6 Rabbi Shapii topic '• ."' and on will be Dr. Joseph Narot rpiritu: struc : .. Jeffrey, soi %  e Whom?" Cantor cial Sabbath ol Repentance %  leader of Temple [sra Assistant Rabbi Morris W. Gr William Sajowitz, director ol I Southeast Council American Hebrew Cong Chanting the musi ol the liturg} Bornstein, assisted b) Kmihe Reran. :-• Jessie Ram. will Yizkor sei vices will % %  11 i m will N fer, at 4:43 At Temple Bern ShoJcm, 4144 Rabbi Leon K:on _• Fri laj services at and officiate at the Bar i > % DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS '1 ices will I and Rabbi E ', %  •:• ij %  i Bas ah of Linda hter ol M and MrGeorge Bernstein. His nessagi t be "Penitance, Penanc and Repentance." Yom Kip pur services at the Center will be conducted by R ••> M shi Gr \ er '• I Cantor i i ficiate at Dade • ty Auditor Sche j will b %  %  a: both services Kol T les la: S 13 ; mon bt of Light: Site of Right." Yom Kippur on M day begins at 8 a.m.. with Yizkor memorial sermon and service. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM NEW JERSEY • PHILADELPHIA • RALTIMORt ALBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON PROVIDENCE and all other points Weekly Service fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353 Rabbi Leo Heim will conduct services a; Temple Tifereth Jacob, Hialeaii. on Friday at 8:15 p.m., and speak on "Repenting or Re turning — Which"' Saturday morn ing services will be held at 9 a m. Kol Nidre will be chanted Tues Jay at rj p.m. Rabbi Helm's sermon will be on ''Confessing While 91Conscience Speaks." Yom Kippur w '' oy )otcjt om i ( •., D j i:-" call US I c :k-up THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHO? 5737 N W. 27-S Avenuo NE 3 2333 dosea >3 -.; j, j "Progiesaing with Our Many Satisfied. Cu3tomer*' ANOTNEl LOCATION F0I YOU8 CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS. -4T-mAinf %  "MATYOUt TEXACO tOTI Carol Way & S.W. 27th Ave. S40 S.W. 8th St WE INSTALL GLASS FOR EVERY P9RPOSE STORE FRONT NATE AND WINDOW GUiS furniture Tops, BtveltJ Mirrors and Resiiveriog Our Specialty I. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 1 36 S.W. 8th ST. Morris Orlim Fheew f 1-136J —INSURANCE ONE STOP AGEN'W JIWIIRY—fURS— MISCELLANEOUS FLOATIRS AUTOMOIILt LIABILITY ft PHYSICAL DAMAt Limits to oioot yoi ooooll The Aooocy that CAN toy YES! Ooa't let year oqeot toy "It Coat Re Doaa" jggjHjjN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. IT R.L lit AVE. FR 1-2611 • FR l-l


Friday, September 15, 1961
*Jenist ncrSdrtan
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IT'S now that i ne of the
yeai when our wardrobe seems
i deq ate for the numerous ac-
tii II.': cr >wd oui ledules.
ll-dreas id womi use the
' ion i nig as many
charming m H (. ... sssor; ward obe around
a few good bi tic drc >.
Sii ce so n:anj i m have
i '! nie .1 i'.iui ir.aliii
act Baor la n taking
. i ortunily to pa 9 on sev-
els' '. > to you. As you
i >".. lets h with a
basic dress in either black, navy
or brown and build their acces-
sories around it.
Accents are in fabrics, textures
and enters, so select a Paris pink
hat of a tex:ured fabric to dram-
atize your black sheath at a
luncheon. Wear in; same dress
in the evening i> er party
with a bib necklace [reen
stones and crystals a id matching
earrings. The same dress will
take you dancing the following
night with a pair of dyed-to-
rn a tch sat'n oumos in Ibas
in any of this season's bright
jewel tones.
Of course, you know, a founda-
tion garment will not onlj mi ke
the clothes fit better, but will
help to camoi fl i those extra
few pounds thai seem to join us
about new.
Stockings are considered acces-
sories today, esp cially when the
color matches your dress and
shoes. The all-navy or all-black
look is always in a taste. Be cautious with the light
blue, green, or red tones. Some-
times these colors do not blend
too well with the skin tones of
your legs, and the effect is not
always what you desire.
/LOVES are like stockings;
^^ they shculd always be worn.
except for sportswear or very
c isual dress Shorties in both
black and whil and In the long
formal length glove, are part of
a model- standard fa |uip-
ment. The long a i ay al-
ways be en :: i, a i,-s-
formal length,' but jusi be cer-
tain you wear, not carry, j mr
gloves.
Use a little unagmafx:; in yowr
secondary accessories. A long,
slim lined umbrella with ar. Ital-
ian hand-carved handle; a soft
chiffon blouse With a big bow at
the neckline under se ercly
tailored suit: a belt of fur fabric
cr shiny gold rn -r. are but a
i. i ideas I r illy n h your
wardri I
Staying jtricti; use
enough perfu can ap-
preciate i K the
tweed) pe i irtswear
and save tl frag haui 'ing
odor.- tor th .'er ipli cated
ns reservt fit c ve-
nings. Rem rober your
perfume on th.- pul ts, as
the scent lasts longer.
Above all. i,r.-i yo :'re dres-ed
and have carefully checked your-
self over in a full-length mirror,
pul a smile on yo'ir fact, and en-
joy yourself
Judith Fclick Now Mrs. Shein
Of Men Berk Miss Berk Bride !
Diam Carole Berk and Allen ception followed the 7 o'clock cere-
arried Sunday, Sept. 3, are ,nony perfomed by Rabb Norman
i -(..moon in Nassau. A re- i'.hapiro at the Dupont Plaza hotel.
i'he young couple's new address
will be 454 NE 23rd Si
For her wedding, the bride wore
a floor-length bouffant ol ivory silk
pcau de soie with tolled front
skirt, circular backskirt and semi-
court train. It featured an empire
.coop necked bodice of aiencon lace
rcembroidered in seed pearls. The
tiara was of aiencon lace and seed
pearls, and the bouqu"' was a
spray of while orchids, sweetheart
roses and lily-of-the-valley on the
family Bible.
Barbara Marias was maid of |
honor, and bridesmaids were Don-
na David. Sheryl Berk. Nancy
Berk. Verna Lynn and Arlene Bork.
The newlywedded Mrs. Bork is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. B.
Berk. 2101 SW 7th ave. She js a
graduate of Miami JUigh and at-
tended the University of Florida.
Her husband is a graduate of
Edge Water High. Orlando, and of
the University of Florida. He is a
member of Florida Blue Key and
presdent of his fraternity. Tan Ep-
silon Phi. He is now associated
with the Diamond-Berk Insurance
Agency.
His parents arc Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Bork. of Orlando, and his
lather served as best man. Ushers
were Alan Ross. Jerry Ross. Dave
Rich, Mike Rubin. Harry Shor-
stein, Harry Hoffman. Harvey
Weiner and Ilenrv Goldman.
The gold wedding band which be-
- to the bridegroom's mater-
nal grandmother served to unite
Judith Irene Falick and Barry
Stephen Shein in a double ring
ceremony Sunday, Sept 3. at
Seville hotel. Rabbi Leon Kronish,
cf Tempi) i. p. rfirmed the
1:30 p.m ceremony, which was
followed by a formal luncheon at
the hotel.
For her wedding, the bride se-
lected a traditional floor-length
gown of alenco 1 la tuffant
: skirt of peau de nding to
a cathedral train. ired a
neck-
li 'cii
pearls, and eei es.
Her three-l I E r illusion
veil fell fr im a pi!! satin
and lac< white
orchids on the groom's confirma-
. tion Bible.
Ma'ion of honor was Mrs. Ger-
ald Palick. Linda Shein served as
maid of honor, and Mr. and Mrs
John Schick were in charge of the
guest book
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel H. Falick. 943 79th ter.. the
new Mrs. Shein :- a graduate of
Whitefield private school. Her
husband's parents are Mr and
Mrs. Maurice Shi 132 Prairie
ave. He is ; graduate of Miami
Beach High, attended the Univer-
sity of Florida, an I is presently a
senior at the 1 Diversity of Miami.
His fraternity is Pi Lambda Phi.
Stuart Blumin was best man. and
Gerald Falick, John Rauch, Morey
Moss and Richard Cohen served
as groomsmen.
After a wedding trip to Jamaica,
the young couple will make their
home on Miami Beach.
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Mr and Mrs. Milton (Mickey)
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The bride-elect attended the Uni-
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Her fiance is an alumni of the
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Friday. September 15, 1961 -Jkwfstnorldian Page 9-B As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas M'tzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Bex 2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Inciude 1he name of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace cf the ceremony, home address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstcne Flcver Shops in time for the occasion. New Food Fair Market Planned Louis Herskowiti son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron s,:. 2360 SW 11th tor., will .t his Par Mitzvah Saturday g, Sept. 16. at Beth David tabbi Norman N. Shapiro ofBar Mitzvah is an eighth l student al South Miami Jutland attends Beth David's school. 1 • Phillip Levy Services at Temple Beth Am on morning. Sept. 16. will e the Bar Mitzvah of PhilRaymond, son of Mr. and Mrs re Levy, 11525 SW 70th 8Vfl Herman Baumgard Will officiate. Maury Hollander r Mitzvah of Maury. son of and Mrs. Adolph Hollander. r>e observed Saturday morn•. Sept. 16. at Temple Zion with bi Alfred Waxman officiating itry is an eighth grade stu;it South Miami Junior High won an honorable mention in tl i science Fair there. parents will host the Kiddush in his honor at the conclusion (I the ceremony. Phillip Levy touis Hersfcowifz Violin Scholarship Announced Here Miami Beach Lodge 170 of the Knights of Pythias announces a violin scholarship for 1961-62 to be given by violinist Irving Pietrac. using the Leopold Auer method. Participants must not be over 16 years of age. and shall have had at least three years of study. The contest Is open to anyone meeting these minimum requirements Further information is available at the lodge at 1828 Alton rd Final audition will be Oct. 15. Schoiarsnip committee is headed by Leon A. Axelrod. and includes David Sheldon. Samuel C. Goldberg and Irving and Martin Yellen. Plans for the immediate construction of a 20.000 sq. ft. Food Fair supermarket of an ultra-mod< rii design, on a seven-acre site at the northwest corner of the intersection of Ludlum and Gratipny rds Hialeah. have been announced by Harold Friedland. vice Souther division of Food Fair Stores, The supermarket will provide neighborhood shopping convenience for the existing housing development SOL east of the site. Construction is due to start within CO davs, with opening Mediterranean Tour Slated A 34-daj crusc-tour aboard the air-conditioned SS Atlantic and ashore in the Mediterranean and Mid-East are being offered by American Export Line-. There is just one sailing. The ship will depart Now York on Oct. 6. Irom Fort Everglades, Fla.. on Oct. 8. and then sail to the Mediterranean with port calls at Lisbon. Naples and Piraeus. Following a tour through Athens, cruise passengers will board special-chartered planes for either the Israel tour or the KgyptJordan • Israel tour. Passengers will return to Naples board ship and continue to Palma and Gibraltar for additional shore excursions, returning to New York on Nov. 9. Inclusive prices start at S895 for the Israel tour. planned for early 1962. The store will be designed as a "show-case" for the latest developments in equipment and innovations of the industry, with emphasis en self-service, convenience, variety and value for the shopper. Over 5.000 food and household will be offered in 17 separate departments, including gro11 ; es, top-quality meats. USDAand graded farm-fresh ;; ..... complete line of dairj ::o7er. foods, and a wide seloc :. : -::. as well as fi a food. for an aditional building •'.:which would he occupied by con-pic mentary national and local merchants to provide well-rounded shopping service for the Hialeah area were announced by Ronald L. Fir. t director of real estate. Southern Division. Food Fair StoreLeasing negotiations will be handled by the Miami-based real estate office. 7000 NW 32nd ave., in Cooperation with local realtor-. When completed the center, to be known as Ludlum-Gratigny Plata, will be approximately 80,000 sq. ft., with parking facilities for 500 cars, and will include a national chain junior department store and drug store. Foot! FanStores, the nation's sixth largest supermarket chain, ..: present operates 136 supermark< m Florida. School Names Founding Heads The Talmudic Theological Collist of sponsors, a founders' edition J.te^of America, to be built on : 0 f the annual vearbook will be i Beach, has selected Her_, M sk,i-. t Wcintraub and Vice Mayor Pushed next year. LI Englander as founding chairArticles by leading educators and Talmudic scholars will be inu "nor them and the crowing eluded in the book. ADL Program Scheduled Shoshana chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, will hold a regular meeting Thursday evening, Sept. 28. at Temple Bnai Sholom. 16800 NW 22nd ave. An Anti Defamation League program will be presented. THE GEFTER FAMILY WISHES ALL OUR FRIINDS AND PATRONS A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR Cent. Air-Cond Ind Cont MR. and MRS. PHILIP WEISS owners of the ROYAL HUNGARIAN KOSHER RESTAURANT 731 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Wish Their Many friends, Patroniiers and fellow Jews, wherever they may be ... A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR ^t^W^ROMVYfcLL c ; L E *^ g ^^^ "0'i ABE On The Ocean or 20th Street RIVIERA CATERERS IPS 22* OUR HALL NOW BEING ENLARGED AND REMODELED. FREE OF CHARGE FOR AIL SOCIAL AFFAIRS USING OUR CATERING FACILITIES • AVAILABLE FOR MEETINGS ANP CARD PARTIES (/Nder Personal Supervision of Pose finkelstein 1S30 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Call HI 8-5441 or HI 4-0600 MIAMI BEACH. FLA. tt en daily, p. p. Kosher Meals Included dbl. occ S9.0C single 20 of 105 rooms. 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^ rr ;.. rT September 15. 3961 ••JEM 1st Fhridiatr Poge Il-B Oku tctries 11 t SRAHAM S CCHN avi Mia .(. ... trite, Anne; ,,i, I two | .,, re Se] I 10 In •'• %  Ii • JIMIE 6. REGENSTE'N •' %  M %  i< %  • •. : 21 years :• %  -. Blrdli R I M brothen I io in Rlversldi MeNi n end) Isli ,n, MRS EVA STRAUSS Merid an ave., Miami Bi cl -. • %  -.. n • %  • i •. M( w fork and la survlvi d ,; ., ._.'.:. %  Mrs B< Ity II Ii p. Ser. ,M In New York with Ooi I, Hom In chargi of local ar. • IS VISS ANNE SKULN1CK ., Jefferson ..\ • Miami Bi a< h, ,1,, ,i -, | S Bn< pame h. re 17 years i New York and ;is a n ..: \c< Beauty Salon, Rurviv, .. ., • : %  • %  M •Ren< Palmer, ii wen Sept. 10 In Rlvei Washington avi SAMUEL LEBMAN Baj ni.. Miami Bi %  ,11, .-.;: T He c ame hen BIS ;• :.i-t l.iv, n I, < >. Survlv i | his wife, Paulini t WO son* %  t Kanfoi ii. inn •ii iuy hteri ind 10 era ndchildi • n \.. •. Bepl i ni.-.. %  %  ,.i i. Ni rmandy Isli h MAX MORRISON '\ ant ler dr., f*i al ablet ii,, ame hi • • ft %  • • I .. ago and was a ph i %  • -.-.-,. wen Sepl i • '. onal i 'ii.., el, Di DMEHV BY HENRY tEONARQ "Doctor, it must be Yom Kippur time ogoin .,. there are three cantors in the waiting room with laryngitis.' LEGA_ NOTICE Sun zing an his wife, Ruth iwo brotheis, Irvini .. Max > di %  on, a sister, a brut hi Ihrei ... 1 -'• : %  • .-• pt. 12 ;...•-• Mi pi Nor.. tali %  i i. -EPH KATZ lh at • Sepl • %  • y. .,rago • NY ..ii was .. nti • n Mi.: : i.. ihre grandi • t-J .: ildl • I .• Beyer Funi ral JACOB M. %  -' Hi %  :.. CRAMER %  %  u • • and three ( b'i es-wen Ki .-..-. .. %  %  %  LEGAL NOTICE %  MRS EDNA MAE WEIL 1-770 BAJ Harl or di dlei Si pt i Shi %  • 20 years ago from Clevi ;. i. aa a meml • %  ,.f 1 %  BI SUl • i %  ..: • • • %  a i aUf I'.:• :. Mrs • Ksh'n. two sons, .i -. indi hlldn n 8i r\ I ea % %  • %  • i • Rlversldi Mi mi i la. hi i MURRAY ROTHMAN lOJrd il Baj Harbot Isled sept. 10, He .ame hen • ago from New York anil wan pmbei 'i Temple Beth Shi Ii m MRS LENA LUBiN Mlai : %  I She came here eari N N v •S.. I h B fi son* Irving, Sat I a aiatei Mn i Parr is! II | nd pht great • Servici wen Bepl 10' lit Hoi • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. •" s HEREBY GIVEN that eralgnei i g to engage .%  the fletitloui na me* ol Ml RTQAGE *. %  INVESTMENT %  '• • .' i; EMiei %  REALTY EQl'ITAl T E : E Ql'l T A 1 L. 1 A ri. E IN• E REAL' %  • ... INVESTMENTS at 220 71st Street 41a ml Bead I %  th< '•• KRA Ml U %  MRS OLGA SANDLER ; .... M ... ml Bead R, • p s\, a:r, here 10 years agl Bum virig ;,ie a %  ara ... Bi Idgi I nn • ano wa w '" omi any mat %  > % % %  i fi %  vlvinj are his wlfi Henrletti a si n Willian a broth" :,.. a wen 11 Gomes Psrfy Monday %  %  parts •• %  %  : day evi 2nd "f -< NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M %  -; %  :: :s HEREBY GIVEN tl at esiring to %  ngagi ndei • %  tltlous nan i 'A1NHI LD-M' :U 2) THE :• • JT .1NHBAI Mi 'TK1. .a II %  IVI n..e, M Ian Bi ai h -;i a Intends to %  with thi • %  •> ot thi Circuit Court i Dadi County I UNHE %  I > MuTKl.. INC ... orporatlon, Si Ii I iwui %  MARVIN I w:iM %  ;• %  rnej '• r '>IM il I a i I 918 Alnsley Hldg., Miami 82, Kla. -22-29, 10/6 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C 9758 yi LAN MEZET, Plaintiff, \ s. BTEVE MEZET, Defendant. YOU, STEVE MEZEY, ARE HEREBY NOTIP1BD to file your defense pleadinga to this suit with this t's rierk. and serve a copy on tiff's attorney, RICHARD A1-TSHUL-ER ".04 Beybold Building, Miami, Florida, on or befon October 16, p.; -• the Complaint will be taken '• sed by yi September 18. 1961 L-EATHERMAN, | • • Circuit ''" i | By: M CAVAL.AR1S : •• atj 15-22-i IN THE C'FCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUC C *iCIRCUIT OF FL : R'DA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. N c 61C 964? \ I.i: \ N : LTi'N wife, : R Y K w %  %  \OTICE CF SUIT %  .. tVeat •" %  • • n in Sfl fl tlSSS gu l TTi. i ,\, *' | \ lifted that tic ned i i. mil ,n the ft r thi • %  ill i I i p Dade County ti I i, -. owlni dei ertj !.. • Clock 37 I IRST ADI U TION Ti • MYRTLE GROVE, ai i F'lal thereol rei Plat I %  ";7 ..i Pagi -'. Publli Reci of 1 intj Florida: As well as '; E Washing Mai x del 1651i.i. i;.K Ri fi Igi mtoi .!:. •; E Range, Modi .' %  i. Venetian Blinds; Washing aln. Ytu an required t" fill your answ. i ;. plaintlfrs complaint with thi Clerk i i thi aforesaid 'ourt and servi .i copj I hi ri I upon plaintiff's atti nej MARTIN 1INE. t it it l Dadi Federal Building, Miami :".. lati thai toiler 18, becrei Pro < 'onfesso ,n bi entered I you • Miami, Florida this 7th da > -I beptel i i i. 1961 "E i LEATHERMAN, r the i 'Ircult Couii i M CAVALARI8, "lerk • FINE Atti rni > for lalntlfl ••... %  ide federal Bull • ..-.: %  II I •• THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH -LCiCIAL CIRCUIT OF FLCPl C A. N AND FOR CADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. N< BI C B£5? •AR SAVINGS & LOAN %  N. I %  :. I AN F1NANCI %  • • IS NOT CE OF SUIT RD1S, a ( ngli won %  eet Y ..: • hereb; notified thai beet [ltati .... I in the Or, u i f the lit of Florlade Ci untj to fori %  081 ., i •:-;._ .Upon thi folll W Lot ii • 21, FIRST ADDITION 1 i MYR1 K GROVE aci ordlng lo thi Plat t.'ieiei.f. recorded in Plat I.i K 57 %  •: Page 2 Public Records oi 1 iadi Ci unty, Florida. You aie reijdired to file your answei to plaintiffs complaint with th. Cleric ol i the aforesaid Court, and i • i \ p j thereof upon plaintiff's attorney' MARTIN PINE, nth Floi Dade F. E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court (teal) By: M CAVALAR1S, 1'eputy Clerk MARTIN FINE Attornej fo* Plaintiff 14*.h Flooi i •..m Federal Building Miami 82, Florida ii 15-22-29, II • LEGAL NOTICE NOT CE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 52226 i-reb) cen hu Na -el holder as Mill i.i T t Sal. Certll ;i i.i. dated Ihi i-i da) "f %  !:•-.:• has i Hi tl -..:•! I '• > tlf office, and has made aplax deed to I le thereon ,. (i w ni, law Kald (!ei tlf. the follow Ing d* rlbed nil ited In i 'ni' • "iiuiiiy, ,\ v. Block •:. I Sub. -.. : Amended Plal HIM I> • Pagre • II i 'it v nf Miami, "ount> of Bl ite -I Floi in. -in. HI of -. ol propi I v ln< Certlflcati Issued srai In e of I 'nknow n I nles B Id .,tshall be 11 deemed accordaw, in\ dei .I iil Issue thi n lath da> of i lobel A 11. • •'. .. i".tii daj • I September, \ l • I LEATHERMAN, i |i i, of "II • nt 'ourt, %  -,. i iade < 'ount>, Florida i R M LEEPER, l •. i %  > 11 v Clerk 'i 15-22-29, l" -l3 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 52224 Nr.tlci hereby given thai NaW si.-g.-l holder ..assig i ij • Miami Tax Sale Certificate \. 1190, dated the 1st day of • 1959, has filed s;ii.i Certlfcati In io> office, and has made ftp* lioi foi tax deed to Issue t hereon i • danci u Ith law >.iiii • 'ertlfti • araces the following described erty, sit uated In I liade i bounty, a, ti -Wit : Lot 10, Block 13 Erlckson's Addition Ami di il Plat Book B Page Si, In ti, Clt) ol Miami, *ount) -f Dade, Btati f F lorlda. I -. --111. nt of %  •: ati %  : • • i .,' 13th da) of September, \. If. 1 LEATHERM \N %  i 'It %  ill i i irt i 'ounty, Fli i i ., 1 5 R M. IJ5EPER, •. | U| \ i • 9 15-22-29, 1" % %  II ry, 24 • I %  I Mrs Evi LEGAL s:~ := NO:E ••: E said property i'. ri Iflcati Issui d as in if i' nknow n, i' nlesa BS Id shall be redei med accord lax deed will issue t here-•l, da) of • '. tober, A.D. sste Holm. Academy mma cctress aptring ai the Coconut Grove %  %  M -reels c luzuxihilla wrcr which be featured at the Golden 3ifl ci GuciCiianship luncheon eponeored by Cedcis of Lebanon Kospitcl Auxiiiary >Jov. 10 at the Foniaine-:hotel Following her visil to :he Cedcrs Hospital now nearing completion, *T:ss Holm recorded a personal rr.esscce to Dc.de c'ountians -.: fr.em to 'support this community hospital to the til ci your financial ability." Her message will be broadcast by local radio and television sections, it was announced by Mrs. Ncthcniel Levin, Cedars Auxiliary president. •• • %  %  • \ -%  : %  %  %  • %  : • • %  rchasei : £2-21 i i %  • •.;-; E UNDER IOUS NAMI LAW Ni-'. .. %  the fit! RVI .. • %  e with • I i'l %  • %  : %  % %  r CE UNDEF FICT'TIOI NAME LAW V EN that -• he fit 1 • %  • •Si %  Cletl of th" Circull Ri. %  LET 9/15-21 -" 10 6 N THE CIRCUIT COL'5" OF 'HE ELEVENTH JUC C'tLCIRCLiTOF FLOP C. IN iNDFOR D^DE [ -.-V IN C-ANCERV. N( '. %  .%  %  el TICECFSUIT !l,ER!l %  %  I : • %  %  %  %  nn I • : r will He-it. %  %  .. %  ti %  .. %  • i Ni tone H Hwer with tl r the abovi • • ..-• at thi Florida, or befon %  • %  f sucl answet I DAV11 P BMAN i ntiff i atti rne) wh dn -.... t 101 East F Street befon sal by the law • thi • • %  %  : • • lint t of t %  JRMAN %  >f thi %  Ji' • -: ... ... %  gt ... : S 9/15-2: I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No 61C 7174 THE BROOKLYN SAVINGS BANK lion, %  %  \ PSBR i •HLBSSER, I It •fi 1 •• • %  %  ants NOTICE CF SUIT FiE SOI KSSER SSER, 1 %  %  %  Ii %  • %  y riotlfli %  I %  • %  • • .. ..... ... I • %  NO'ICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN :\D FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 53841-B .: A II". OF rUEL MAX JAFFE ...-. il i dltora and All Pi rsona Havn g i al ; •: %  i '-ii ..miIgainst fcJftld ti v and • ach of yon. are hereby nd required to present any claims and demands which you. or eithei of vou, may have ..gainst the ci KMANTKI. MAX JA£FE deceased late of Da.ie Cbunty, ftort< thi Honorable County Judges i.i Dadi County, and file the same ii> th.it offices m the County Courtho,..-, in [tade County. Florida, within ii,lar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Kaid s i r demands t ,• an ii, t II ii d ti Berve a r j ir answet ti Div. • I • iEi IROE x:ri ; >LA8, 121S Mian i and fii<• on or 16, 1961 therwlse %  %  ;ERT FICATE OF ;: = ^4TE DiSSCLs -'ON • ~E \AV.E AND E THE • OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA WHOM THESE PR COME, RREETINGS: LEON AR1 Sl>Li iMI IN, ,:; BE LCH, FLI IRI iOLDSTEIN MIAMI. 'NESOI 'Mi IN, N"K ill ACH, FLORIDA did on i) ..f January. A.D. l i60 incorpoi ni. d undi r the f Chin ti : 608 Florida \'KY SMOKE HOUSE, ration, with its prlnof busini ss at M1AMI. NTV, in thi Slat. Of I hereaa thi etoi kholdera of atlon 'li'i :i the 7th day i l • ii her A.D 1961, cans.to !" %  offli. ol thi Si cretary of II State i i loi Ida a Oonaenl r t he ati kholdi rs under i of said Chapti r I • tthe diS80.... thi Seci etary of •. %  ti hereto • ilf; ti thi forethat the :. i • ol la ha> • been com• .. TNESS WHEREl >F 1 have %  %  net my hand and have ,r. at Si ..1 of th • %  •• -i Florida, at Ti •', pital, tinth. SEVENTH i : SEPTEM1 KI.. A D 1S61. TOM ADAMS, -. %  • %  ..)> i I 9/1.". II



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Friday. September 15, 1961 -Jewlsti fkrMtowi Page 11-A Neutrals Soften Nasser's Israel Blast BELGRADE —(JTA) —The con ference 1 neutralist nations adopli-cl a policy resolution at its close | a sl week condemning "imperialist pohciea in the Middle East" and proclaiming their support "•for the full restoration of all the rights ol the Arab people in Palestine in conformity with the charter and resolutji na of the United Nations." The reference to the Middle V.w-.\ did ii' • mention Israel by name and the outcome was generally i • (1 a moral victory for Israel ; nd considerable improvement o\er the results of the Bandung and Casablanca conferences, both ol which condemned Israel directly and strongly. Trustworthy sources reported that tf-e United Arab Republic sought to persuade the other countries to approve a resolution condemning Israel as "an imperialist tool," calling for the liquidation of all "imperialist bases" in the Middle East and Africar countries, and calling on the neutralist states to take action tc force Israel to implement UN resolutions on partition and the Ar.-b refugees. Mor< than a quarter of the delegation! opposei the UAR draft. Led bj Premier Nehru of India, Yugoslavia, Ceylon. Burma, Nepal. Ethiopia, Ghana and Cyprus joined to : .:n omission of the UAR draft fnm the final conference documents. The opposing countries w, n agreement from a majority oJ the delegations to a proposal that references to any conflict dit-ctly involving any of the participating countries should be omitted. At a plenary session the new Premier of the Algerian Provisional Government, Benyoussef Ben ..Khcdd.a. for the first time committed himself against Israel. He presented an analysis of "colonialist crimes." and promised Algcr-; ian support to all countries and peoples fighting for independence, including "Palestine, where 1.000. 000 Arabs were chased from their homes by imperialism." Prince Elhassan. personal rep resentative of the ruler of Yemen, said the Palestine partition of 1948. was "a shrewd device of the colonialists to maintain their power." He also called the "Pal estinian problem "the tragedy of the twentieth century and the sha me of the contemporary world." He said that "this crime was perpetrated by the colonialists to attain their arms. This partition against justice is an international problem threatening world peace. The United Nations must take the responsibility for this problem and repair the fault against 1,000,000 people now livir.-j in tents without bread and destitute because their belongings are in the hands of usurpers for the benefit of imperialism." Guinea Foreign Minister Louis Lasana listed Palestine as one of! the world's "crucial contemporary %  problems." He was the only nonArab to mention Palestine in the conference. A Cairo weekly was being circu\ Hvsi M ishvt* tor the Xew Year front the Mackle Co. Builders in the South for Half a Onturv 22u I'OII A l WAV Phone HI 1-8.171 I0IIIE TIE WEEK IS I SEE II Label A. Katz, B'nai B'rith president, reads a copy of "Sovietish Heimland" (Soviet Homeland), the first Yiddish language magazine to appear in the Soviet Union since 1948. The advance copy, believed to be the first outside Soviet borders, was brought to the U.S. by Katz following a B'nai B'rith tour which studied the status of Jewry in Hungary and the U.S.S.R. (See Page 1-8 A.) lated which contained a whole page on "Israel's Attempted Spying" at the conference. The article asserted that eight Israel spies, disguised as journalists, "infiltrated" themselves in hotels accommodating Arab delegates to spy and "disseminate dissent." Continued from Page 4-A Is now between survival and the final i'cognition that not all right has been vested in us. Hence, the vigilantes among us: the Birchers, the "Wake Up America" fanatics, the lunatic rightists — all of them as sad to Ihe (l tiny of this nation as the suddenly silent Sane Nuclear people, who murmer not a word at Mr. Khrushchev's latest Insanities, but who would have bombarded my desk with outraged polemic-, and that of every other editor, had our government resumed testing first. Where must a new beginning' be made? It must be made in j the truth about Berlin and Ger%  many — the Berlins and the Gerj manys. No absurd words about symbols of freedom can substi-, tute. Let us refresh our minds in the crematoria: for symbols of [ freedom, in the first instance, rei late only distantly to either Berlin and either Germany. Where must a new beginning be made? This is the substance of "It shall be written on the New Year and sealed at the Day of Atonement" as the essence of Rosh Hashona: the truth. Rabbi Lehrman To be Heard Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI, will appear on "A Still Small Voice," scheduled for WCKT Sunday morning at 10 a.m. Dr. Lehrman will discuss "The Meaning of Atonement." Cantor Hirsh Adler and the Temple Emanu-EI choir, under the direction of Mrs. Florence Coldnng, will also appear. The weekly television program is coordinated by the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. To All Season's Best Wishes Glenn C. Strong To All Season's Best Wishes RADIO & ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CO. 715 S.W. SECOND AVE. Phone FR 9-4219 IRYIN GORDON and HAROLD PONT Extend to All Their Patrons and Friends Sincere Wishes for a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year GORDON & PONT ROSEDALE CATERERS 170 N.W. 5th Street, Miami KOSHER CATERERS Telephone FR 4-2655 To All Season's Best Wishes Eliot M. Daniels insurance 1430 S.W. FIRST STREET FRanklin 7-2271 To All Greetings THE LITTLE RIVER PRESS. INC. "North Dade's Pioneer Print Shop" 524 N.W. 71st STREET Printing, Engraving, Mimeographing Phone PL 7-7504 Miami, Fla. Happy Holidays to All J. B. FORD CO. 1774 West Flagler Street FR 9-3508 To All Season's Greetings DADE NEON SIGN & SERVICE 16201 State Road 9 Wl 5-5711 Miami, Fla. To All Greetings DRIVERS DISPATCH, INC. Screen & Furnish Drivers for Truckers 3916 NW 37th AVENUE Ph. NE 3-6038 GREETINGS PI:TKH MASSAKO STANDARD SERVICE STATION Road Service—General Repairs—Automatic Transmission Specialist 7085 SW 24th STREET Phone CA 1-5611


Fiiciay. September 15. 1961
fjjnist n Pace 7-B
yours,
h
IT'S MOW thai social Lme of the
yeai when our v/arJro!>e seems
i la'deq ate for the numerous ac-
tlvitie: :J.at crowd our schedules
,-: H-dresi id wome use the
.-' ion tec! niqi as many
( an ng models. They build a
or; wai obe around
a ten good ba c di i ie3.
Sinci -o many of you have
ed me i ioul c or Itnating
v i accessor a i taking
port unity to pa: s on sev-
dels' s ') you. As you
rni 'is haf'i with a
busic dress in either black, navy,
or brown and build tneir acces-
sor c> .iround it.
Accents are in fabric-, textures
and colors, so select a Paris pi".k
hat of a tex;ured fabric to dram-
atize your black sheath at a
luncheon. Wear the same dress
in the evening ti a linner party
with a bib necklace iade green
stones and crystals a td matt
earrings. The same dress will
take you dancing the following
night with a pair of dyed-to-
rn a tch sat:n wimps a I h indbag
in any of thi? season's bright
Jewel tones.
Of course, you know, a founda-
tion garment will not only mi ke
tin- clothes fit better, but will
help to camouflage those extra
few pour..!- thai seem to join us
about new.
Stockings are considered acces-
sories today, i jp ii.illy when tri-
color matches your dress and
shoes. The all-navy or all-black
look is always in good fashion
taste. Be cautious with the light
blue, green, or red tones. Some
times these colors do not blend
too well with the skin tones of
your legs, and the effect is not
always v hal you desire.
{LOVES are like stockings;
^^ they shculd always be worn,
except for sportswear or very
casual dress. Shorties in both
black and white, and in the I
formal length are p irt of
a model'- sta dai I equip-
ment. The long gl n es i ay al-
ways be crushed down to a less
formal length,' bul us be cer-
tain you wear, not carry, your
gloves.
Use a little "imagination :n your
secondary accessories. A long,
slim-lined umbrella with an Ital-
ian hand-carved handle; a soft
chiffon blouse with a big bow at
the neckline erely
tailored suit: a be!t of fur fabric
or shiny gold mesh; are bit a
few ideas to really stretch your
wardrobe
Staying str cti; use
enough pen pie can ap-
preciate cei K the
tweedy perfti j t t >p irts vear
and save th< frag ha u ting
odor- for th i ... >pl I
ns r< ervi ':: spi cial
Remember your
perfume on th.- pul as
the scent lasts longer.
Above all. once you're dres-ed
and have carefully checked your-
self over in a full-length mirror,
put a smile on yo'ir fate, and en-
joy yourself.
Judfth Fclick Now Mrs. Shein
Of Allen Scrk Miss Berk Bride
eption followed the 7 o'clock cere-
mony perfomed by Rabbi Norman
'.'hapiro at the Duponl Plaza hotel,
i'he young couple's new address
will be 454 NE 23rd si
The gold weddins band which be-
longs to the bridegroom's mater-
nal grandmother served to unite
Judith Irene Falick and Barry
St< phen Shein in a double ring
ceremony Sunday, Sept. 3. at the
Seville hotel. Rabbi Leon Kronish,
cf Temple Sholom, performed the
1:30 p.m. ceremony, which was
followed by a formal luncheon at
the hotel.
For her wedding, the bride se-
lected a traditional floor-leru'lh

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For her wedding, the bride wore
a floor-length bouffant I ivory silk
peau de soie with >elled I runt
skirt, circular backskirt and semi-
court train. It featured an empire
scoop-necked bodice of aiencon lace
rcembroidered in seed pearls. The
tiara was of aiencon lace and seed
pearls, and the bouquet was a
spray of white orchids, sweetheart
roses and lily-of-the-valley on the
family Bible.
Barbara Marias was maid of
honor, and bridesmaids were Don-
na David. Sheryl Berk, Nancy
Berk. Verna Lynn and Arlene Bork.
The newlyvvedded Mrs. Bork is
the (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. B.
Berk. 2101 SW 7th ave. She js a
graduate of Miami {Jigh and at-
tended the University of Florida.
Her husband is a graduate of
Edge Water High. Orlando, and of
the University of Florida. He is a
member of Florida Blue Key and
presdent of his fraternity. Tau Ep-
silon Phi. He is now associated
with the Diamond-Berk Insurance
Agency.
His parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Bork. of Orlando, and his
lather served as best man. Ushers
i were Alan Ross, Jerry Ross. Dave
1 Rich. Mike Rubin. Harry Shor-
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Friday, September 15, 1961 *Jenist ncrSdrtan Pace 7-B I T'S NOW that % % % %  i ne of the yeai when our wardrobe seems i deq ate for the numerous ac• tii II.' : cr >wd oui ledules. • ll-dreas id womi use the •' ion i nig as many charming m. Sii ce so n:anj i m have i • •'! nie .1 i'.iui ir.aliii • act %  Baor la n taking i ortunily to pa 9 on sevels' '. %  > to you. As you • i >".. lets h • %  • with a basic dress in either black, navy or brown and build their accessories around it. Accents are in fabrics, textures and enters, so select a Paris pink hat of a tex:ured fabric to dramatize your black sheath at a luncheon. Wear in; same dress in the evening i> er party with a bib necklace [reen stones and crystals a id matching earrings. The same dress will take you dancing the following night with a pair of dyed-torn a tch sat'n oumos • in Ibas in any of this season's bright jewel tones. Of course, you know, a foundation garment will not onlj mi ke the clothes fit better, but will help to camoi fl i those extra few pounds thai seem to join us about new. Stockings are considered accessories today, esp cially when the color matches your dress and shoes. The all-navy or all-black look is always in a WM CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED Mvlvin Victor MISS HIKKI KKAUS Miss Kraus Plans January Rites Mr and Mrs. Milton (Mickey) Kraus. 4575 Adams ave.. Miami Beach, announce the engagement and approaching marriage 01 their daughter. Nikki. to Jack Arnold Press, jr. The bride-elect attended the University of Alabama and is currently employed as secretary receptionist for Sheffield Associates, Inc. Her fiance is an alumni of the University of Miami and a memj ber of Alpha Epsilon Pi. He is associated with Claude Neon Sign i Co. His parents are Mrs. Bain .Lothian, Nassau, and Jack Arnold Press, ST.. of Maplewood. N.J. The young couple will be married Jan. 27, 1962. Feinstein, Kanter Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs Joseph Kanter. of Keystone Point, are announcing the engagement of their daughter. Risa Bonnie, to Seymour Wemstein. He is the son of Mrs. Molly Feinstein. of Toronto. Canada, and the late Louis Weinstein. The young couple plan to be married in October in Toronto. ffllfl *UTi Alio tnjot DROMEDARY DATE-NUT JROLL ... made with crisp, chunky walnuts and the world's choicest dates! Frivolous dessert or simple, satisfying %  nack — it's mere momenta awny when you keep Dromedary Date Nut Roll on hand. Festoon it with whipped eream and berries for a luscious treat spread it with cream cheese for a wholesome after-school snack that will keep your youngsters content till supper-time. Dromedary Date-Nut Roll is vacuum-packed to stay fresh till you want it! Stock up now and "keep a good supply on hand' foo iutOf it's kotitv— tht libel has "*Uj) CHOCOLATE NUT art OUMK-NUT ROLL BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Under Strict Supervision of the Orthodox Vaad Hakaahruth of Florida Rabbi Or. laaac H. Ever, Director 24-HOUR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS MO0ERN MUIPAWNT fUBMISMHGS flHfKOOf MfHMNB 310 Corlins Ave. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Beach A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 ADELPHI S5E* Intensive and Diploma Courses See Yellow Page 654, Phone Book Free Brochure Downtown 8000 Biac. Blvd. Seybold Bldg. PI 7-7623 Ft 4-Rftm SEND FLOWERS to your family and friends for the HOLY DAYS locally or by wire. Order now. We deliver anywhere. blackstone flower shops 934-71st street miami beach 24 hour phone: UN 6-1233



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Pcge 8-3 *"Je**ist Fkrirfinr Friday. September 15. 1961 Erenbaums Say Hollywood Vows Sandra Heler.e Goodis and George Ertnbaum exchanged nuptial vows on Sunday. Sept. 3. at Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood, with Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz officiating at the 6 p.m. ceremony. Following a reception and dinner at the Temple, the young couple left for a honeymoon in Puerto Rico, and on their return will reside in Pittsburgh. Pa. A white taffeta gown with scoop neckline enhanced with alencon lace and seed pearls, featuring a till) -kirt and chapel train, was the bride's choice for her wedding. Mr11 GIMI.IIS A as her matron of honor. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goodis, 4407 Arthur st Hollywood, Fla.. the new Mrs. Erenbaum received her early education at Mumford High School in Detroit. Mich., where she was a member of Art Club. She attended the University of Miami and graduated from Lindsev Hopkins Education Center as a dental nurse. Her husband attended the Peabody High .-chool in Pittsburgh. Pa., and is in the wholesale produce business. His parents are Mr and Mrs. Harry Erenbaum, of Pittsburgh, : BIRTHDAZE : There is a third child for Mr. and Mr. Larry iDebbiei Hoffman, attorney. The now occupant of the nursery at 800 XE 97th St.. Miami Shores, is Heidi Roslyn. born Sept. 8. Preceding her were Lisa Jane. 5, and Kenneth. 3. with whom she will share maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry (Mollie) Alexander; maternal great-grandfather. Isidore Mertick; and her father's mother. Mrs. Pauline Hoffman, to whom she is the eighth grandchild. MMM It is an even two and two for the Irvin Shapiros, of 63 SVV 31st rd. j New daughter. Lor:, jeins Ivy.; Freddie and Steve. IP 5722 Happy New Year As yo'u face the new year with vision and courage, please accept the sincere wishes of your many good friends here who stand ready always to help you to make your future brighter and happier. 1961 • Weni-r-Kalin AfffS. GlORCt MNBAUM Beth Torah Adds to Staff Three new faculty members have the Beth Torah Sunday school staff been added to the staff of the re after an absence of two years. She ligious school of Beth Torah Conserved as director of the Homegregation for the coming school' stead Jewish Center religious year. Dr. Maurice Laszlo. chairschool Mrs. Steinfink will instruct man of the school board, announthe first grade of the Sunday ced M-hool. Joining the Hebrew school fac-1 ulty is Abraham Lewis, who served in the Philadelphia public and Hebrew school system before coming to Florida, where he taught in a Hollywood synagogue school for three years prior to assuming his position at Beth Torah. Lewis also directed the Hebrew school at Beth Judah in Atlantic City. N.J.. for three years. Mr>. Eugene Marshall has joined the nursery school staff and will instruct one of the kindergarten classes Mrs Marshall is a graduate of Rutgers University, and served as psychologist of the Burlington, N.J.. school system. She formerly taught at a nursery school in the North Dade area. Mrs. M. Steinfink is returning to JVS Will Meet Here Sept. 21 Clemen J. Ehrlich. president, Jewish Vocational Service, announced that the first regular monthly board of directors meeting will be held in the board room of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on Thursday evening, Sept. 21. The following officers will serve for the year 1961-62: vice presidents. Barney Bernstein. David M. Bloomberg, Mrs. Charles P.. Feinberg and Marshall S. Harris; treasurer. Charles Hertzoff; secretary, Mrs. Sam Stark. ZOA District Will Install Officers Ephraim Collins, newly elected president of t h e Miami • Gables Zionist District, and officers and members of the board will be installed on Sunday evening at the Biscayne Terrace hotel Collins, a prac.icing attorney, has been active in the Zionist movement for the past 20 years. In the past, he has held office in the Zionist Youth movement, and served as vice president of the local Zionist district for the past two years. He is president of the HeftierOrange Grove Homeowners Assn., and treasurer of Miami Toastmasters Club. He has also served as an officer of Temple Zamora. Other officers to be installed are chairman of the board, Moe Myers; vice presidents, Meyer Fine, Al Quadow. I. B. Sacks; financial secretary. Mrs. Albert Levick; recording secretary, Mrs. I. B. Sacks; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Morris Simon. A. Arthur Pekelner, former president of the Miami Zionist District, and former member of the National Executive Council of the ZOA, will be installing officer. Metro Commissioner Harold B. Spaet will be guest speaker. Former Mayor of Miami Beach Harold Shapiro will serve as the master of ceremonies. E. ALBERT PALLOT. P eiidenf Savings and Loan Association • ISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT tlth STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA NORTHSIDE BRANCH: N.W. 27th AT 79h ST. | TO ALL GRcETfNGS A. W. USSERYCEMENT CONCRETE FLOOR FINISHING 2844 NW 100th ST. OX 6-0747 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES CLIFTON C. BROWN CONCRETE PLACING and FINISHING 45 West 61st Street Phone MU 1-4555 Hioleah TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS HOLIDAY GREETINGS D'ANGELOS BEAUTY SALON ANGELO SAPIO — DANIEL REED OUR SPECIALIST MR. LUCKY 1252 Lincoln Road JE 8-0755 MIAMI 8EACH & ectson s free tings TO ALL GREETINGS NORTH STAR SHIPPING CO. "Cargo Shipping to Central America" „ 3600 N.W. 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*Jewisti FinrMinn
Page 5-A
Fencing Class Announced
Coral Gables Youth Center. 400
I Anastasia ave. and will meet each
A new adult class in Fencing ton Tuesday from 8 to 10 pin through
beginners is starting Sept. 19 at the \"ov. 14.
Left to right are Selig Miller, treasurer; Sid- Mrs. Harry Hausman, recording secretary of
ood-v congregation president; Rabbi Dade Heights Jewish Congregation. They are
Richtei spiritual leader; Cantor Eman- seen following the congregation's installation
rndel; Bet) Shapiro, vice president; cid donre on Aug. 26.
Higft School Registration Open
atiO Central He-
:i School ,> the Bureau oi
Educa ifi l is now open.
i -ion, were held Wcdnes
i>,. hiebrew High Scnool is at
neeting v\ three geographi
: for Miami, at the Bu-
Jewisb Education bide..
i a M 3rd ave.; Coral Gables and
So Miami, at Temple Zion. 57*0
SW : St.; No. Miami Beach, at
Beth'I :ah Congregation. 1051 No.
Miami Peach blvd. Other classes
are in i >rmatiop
Staff of the Heorew High School
consists of Rabbi Shimon Azulay.
David Friedman, Nathan Stern and
Rabbi Voshe Aspes. Herbert Ber-
aer. as:;stant Bureau executive.
direct- the Central Hebrew Huh
School.
The High School is open to
graduate, of Hebrew depart
merts of all Jewish schools, and
offers counts in Hebrew Bible,
Hebrew literature, Jewish cus-
toms and festivals, Jewish his-
tory, ethics and current prob-
lems, Mishna and Talmud.
Over 150 students are expected
to register in the program this
year.
The Central Jewish Library of
the Bureau of Jewish Education
has reopened for the season. The
library contains 8.000 volumes in
Hebrew. Yiddish and Judaica, and
offers free lending service to the
gi neral Jewish community. The
library circulated over fi.ooo vol-
ume! last year to Jewish teachers,
raLbis. author! and scholara. Mr!.
Anna Sintow is librarian
Tie Bureau'! library committee
consists of Mrs. Joseph Duntov,
chairman, Mrs. Joseph Abelow, Dr.
Philip Gntiieb. Morris Honigbaum.
Dr. Isaac Cnterman and Rabbi
Allied Waxman.
5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI
invite* uou to attend
Special Memorial Services
eondueted by
RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
Coral Way Jewish Center
Sunday, September 17, 10:30 a.m.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Temple Emanu-EI Congregation
Sunday, September 17, 11:30 a.m.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Temple Emanu-EI Congregation
Sunday, September 17, 11:45 a.m.
RABBI GERALD LERER
Flagler-Granada Congregation
Sunday, September 17, 2:00 p.m.
RABBI MORDECAI PODET
Temple Judea
Sunday, September 17, 1:00 p.m.
Ben-Gurion Hints
He May Retire
Continued from Page 1-A
Prime Minister made known his!
position to President Ben-Zvi. The
letter of rejection referred dra-
matically to tlie successive Israel i
Chiefs of Staff, whom the Prime
Minister lauded for devotion and i
loyalty. In his letter, the Prime
Minister also said farewell to col-
leagues in the Government "with
whom I have long been associ-
ated."
Mapai rejected the Prime Min-
ister's decision and met with him
to determine under what condi-
tions he would try to form a Gov-
ernment. It appeared from the
Prime Minister's letter of rejec-
tion that he was less concerned
with a Mapai majority which he
did not mention than with a
set of partners ready to work
more closely with him than they
did in the prior Government.
UF Enlists
2,000 Volunteers
More than 2,000 volunteers have
been enlisted for the 1962 United
Fund campaign, according to
Edward F. Swenson, jr.. general
campaign chairman.
Swenson announce*! that for the
period from Sept. 11 through Sept.
25. Dade countians can obtain
bumberstrips and volunteer cards
from any one of 1.280 gasoline sta-
tions throughout the county, dis-
tributed to them by 16 oil compa-
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volunteers.
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Jewish Section of
WoodEawn Park Cemetery
3260 S.W. 8th STREET
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, 1961
11 A.M. (This Sunday)
Rabbi Solomon Schiif Rabbi Norman Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantors Maurice Nlamches, William W. Lipson
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
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ALSO AT THE
Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1125 N.W. 137th STREET
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, 1961
2 P.M. (This Sunday)
Rabbi Solomon Schiif Rabbi Tibor M. Stern
Rabbi David Rosenleld
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor Maurice Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
T 1' !i{
SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED.
MILTON WEINER, President
HYMAN P. GALBUI OSCAR RAPPAPORT
Co-Chinnen: Memorial Services Committee
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Friday. September 15. 1961 V'Jewist H-irMinm Page 13-A Kol Nidre Service Tuesday Evening Continued from Pg 6-A will officiate at KoJ Nidre services Tuesday evening at 6:15 p.m., and speak on "Hypocrisies" on Wednesday during Yom Kippur services at 9 a.m. Ycm Kippur will be ushered in with the traditonal Kol Nidre service on Tuesday. 6:30 p.m., at Southwest Jewish Center, 6438 SW 8th St., and Rabbi Maurice Klein will deliver a sermon on "The Height of Faith." On Wednesday. Let Us Resolve on Holy Days To Return to Ways of God By DR. IRVING LEHRMAN Temple Emanu-EI ,we approach the Sabbath of %  entsnce, we come face-to-face with one of the most glorious con( i i l ,n religion, and that is tha'. mother chance. No mat .i he has fallen, no mat, fir he has strayed, if he • it, he can once again in the eyea ol the Lord receive His grace. This concept is expressed entlj .r. the words of the '<> this particular ,, leturn. Oh Israel, to the God, for thou didst nble in thine iniquity.'" words are a clarion call r conscience. How often we his topic will be "A Pity for the Living," with Yom K ; ppur services beginning at 8 a.m., and meI morial services to be held at 11 ja.m. Mrs. Nat Lurie. choir director, and the choir will assist at services. Miami Hebrew Cor -,relation, 1101 SW 12th ave., will hold Friday evening and Saturday morning services at 6:15 p.m. and 8:30 a.m. Rabbi David Rosenfeld, with Cantor Fred Bernstein chanting the musical portions of the liturgy, will ] .ouduct Kol Nidre on Tuesday at I i: 15 p.m.. when his topic will be "Forgiveness." Sermon on Wedlesday will be "Y zkor — To Remember." during Yom Kippur day ervices to commence at 7:80 a.m. Sa.il.a'h services at Temple Beth Shiran, Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy., will be held at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris Skop will also conduct Saturday morning services it 10:30 a.m., with Cantor Herman iol lit ) rendering the musical porions ol the hu.r.y Yom Kippur set vices will i.held at the Village Green Auditorium (,n Bird rd.. at I19ih ave. beginning with Kol Nidre o.i Tuesday at 6 p.m. Wednesday services will be at 9:30 a.m. Die en the road of life. How we misuse and abuse the great gifts and talents that God has bestowed upon us. How we deny our hearts and our souls the spiritual food they need for sustenance. hVw little we concern ourselves with the great ethical and moral concfl'is of righteous living, as promulgated by our prophets, sages and j seers of all ages. RABBI IRVING ItHRMAN clarion caff to conscience Yes. and how often do we deny ourselves the most indispensable | ingredient in life — love. All too frequently, in our frantic daily schedule e ignore this one most blessed gift of God, and we neglect our (fear ones. We forget how precious is a soft word, a kind gesture, a tloughtful act. < And where is commitment? Alas, our lives as Jews are so peripheral, so empty, so superficial. When I attended the Conference of tfu World Council of Synagogues in Paris, I was deeply moved by the cr> that came from the hearts of so many of tfte liv and rabbinic laden of Europe, as they pleaded for the strengthening of the synaW-ue. And it was a desperate cry, for wherever you go in Europe, you m i the shadows of the six million of our brethren who perished on oil. ; Arid T asked the question, "How many of us express our thankfulness by rommittinj? ourselves sincerely to Torah, to tradition, to our [i ople and our faith, to the synagogue and to God?" These, among countless other questions are the ones we must ask ourselves on TJv SAbbath of Repentance. But the redeeming feature ('frjhis day is that if we have erred, we can make amends. Let us resolve to return to the Lord our God — to walk in His fch. \o live by His laws, to practice His precepts and to be worthy of Noted Diplomat Is Heard Here Ira Hirschmann, American diplo matic representative, was guest speaker at Rosh Hashona services at Congregation Yehudah Moshe. Hirschmann is an outstanding financier, businessman and lead.ng authority on Middle East affairs. A former United States envoy to Turkey, he undertook secret j missions to the Middle East in I960 1 under the auspices of the State Department in the United Nations, visiting all the countries which surround Israel. More recently, Hirschmann was sent to Israel by Look magazine to cover the trial of Adolph Eichmann, and he prepared a series of radio reports giving the highlights of the trial. I i.et us '£h. to live !s trace. And may the New Year 5722 bring to us and our dear ones [pinevs and fulfillment in a world of peace. 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Page 8-A +.le*i*tt fhrMbfi Friday. September i>; 5. 1961 U.S. Athletes Win Most Maccabiah Awards Newly reorganized Hialeah Liberal Conqreqation found itself without a Torch at the advent of the Hiqh Holy Days. Temple Jt-dea, of Coral Gables, came to the rescue. Left to right are Rabbi Mordecai Podet, spiritual leader of Temple Judea; Ben Essen, Temple Judea president; and Marvin Leibowitz, president of the Hialeah congregation. TEL AVIV—(JTA)—A hope that the next world Maccabiah may include Jewish athletes from the So viet Union and other Iron Curtain countries \\a* expressed at Ramat (Jan Stadium, before an audienct of 45,000 last week by Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. He wal principal speaker at colorful ceremonies that formally concluded tli'' week-long sixth Mac cabiah Games, i:i which Jewish athletes from :'6 countries participated. Mike Hern ner New York University track star, was awarded ;> •!' .;i! pi i %  ie fur having amassed the highest number of gold medal: among the men. The women's championship plaque was awarded to Madeleine Bergman, of Australia. Jewish athletes from the United States came out with the most gold medals during the Soviets Rebuff B'nai B'rith Request for Jewish Participants Continued from Page 1 A B'rith wanted to send to Russian synagogues a gift of such religious articles as the Old Testament, prayer books, and prayer shawls which are in short supply in Russia. Mr. Katz reported that the delegation's observations on the lack of Jewish institutions in the USSR Ld not correspond with what the delegation was told by Russian oflicials — that Soviet Jews simply were not interested. The B'nai B'rith leader asserted that Jewish cultural interests would Nourish in the USSR if they were "accorded the same encouragement shown other Soviet ethnic groups. In our brief but intensive contacts, we found a persistent streak of Jewish consciousness, even among young Jews. But they are without almost any cultural means to express it." He said his delegation had the chance to discuss "this apparent contradiction" in Soviet policy tovard 'its 100 and more ethnic croups during a 60-minute conference with Kutznetsov. one of the Soviet officials "who attributed the almost total absence of Jewish content newspapers and periodi< "Is. either in Yiddish or the Russian language, and of Jewish educational facilities, or even secular school courses in Yiddish or HeGoing to Cleveland? brew, to a disinterest among Jews themselves." Katz told the Soviet official that there was still widespread use of Yiddish among Soviet Jews and that it was hard to agree that Russian Jews "would not support enthusiastically a Yiddish press and other Yiddish cultural facilities, as well as Hebrew and Russian language institutions, if they were Jewishly oriented." I To this, the Soviet official re. plied that his Government, as well ; as Soviet Jews, favored the continued growth of a dominant So! viet culture and the elimination of other cultures that might tend to set groups apart. The American [Jews replied, first, that the American experience had shown that the strengthening of diverse ethnic cultures enhanced rather than weakened the national culture, and that the Soviets had accepted this thesis for all the other ethnic groups in Russia, despite the official identification of Soviet Jews as a nationality group. In Budapest, the B'nai B'rith group met with Karoly Oit, chairman of Hungary's Bureau of Religious Affairs, and with secular and religious leaders of the Hungarian Jewish community. 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U.S. teams, led by Gary Gubner and Dick Savi i. both New Yorkwon 16 gold i %  % %  • won an unus ;he and d'sens titles in track and field, hei follov throu J: bj taking firs) placi in the heavyweight htlifl Savilt. who had v on the W imbl >don tenns championship in 1951, took two tennis titles here During the final day. the U.S. I also won five yo'tl medals in swimmint;: four, in addition to Gunner's, ir. weightlifting; two in fencing; and one in shooting. The America-is took 17 victories bi sulm Iming, while Car-aJa was next in •these events with two T United States al&c won | ie mm en's team foil-fencing by i efeaunj Israel 5-4, in the final in gymnastics, Don ; ,rak, 0 f Los Angeles, acquired a j eight sold medals, ne and one bronze. Mike honkers, X.V v edal in tri second n thi I and %  irnen la • !le: relaj Britain wo; •>• Kerra lump. a.,d re-.: I title. Americans alsi K ,,, seven sold : mjn and diving. Ka: v | lei [4, „f Milburn. 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Papa .'. '-. + Misf Hrrrf&r -A Belgrade Bust By MAX IERNER Mil %  •:". %  radc ... ...,,, *'-* | 4/Ti;. .: 'I. 1 '. : I erve. • .• and --;.---. THERE tPE FIVi CF TH£V, 0 U the i • after • %  %  %  <> % %  our • %  • • ither i 7 1 .' re .;> disturbing %  %  b test There seems to be • lanation nai yet offered L at the Belgrade met • but p ha| at the urc like!) i l ..• ii i gpom announci ill make at th( r< in mid-October. U on Berl hi ill oV ibtli rj< b< wants to %  not merely equa ___ /, __ COMINC BACK TO THE FIVE FACTS, the 1 ll the CUI at Bi be futui I take vi moral attitude of beii ; '• %  ttlc. One a, is v holly in th< R n the othi K • %  .. ire ind technical -> J 'J Tho i ho et their aid i bit flj fi %  ; • %  in thi e of playu House OK's Baning Aid To Bias Lands Continued from P*g 1-A tiem to ereat* distinction* because of their rce or re'ig.on mong Amer.can citizens in the granting ef personal or corrmercial access or any Other rights otherwise a*ailtle to the United States citizens generally is repugnant t^ cur principles; and in all negotiat,o.-s between the Urwted States and any foreign state arising as a result of funds appropriated under this title these principles shail ce aopiied as tr-e Prei.dent may determine." id it was ol %  %  the I i • "• r rt i • to th< I eigi Act is out thi %  ipi iations ind it [fills the | %  • iinkms itn • %  and : ralitj to our reij n as did •. ei %  ild I avi eted ; % %  a retreat on th<— an appeasi mcnl %  hi< h could onlj i moi i itions of deeei cy and inl on .the i>;.rt ol ci Arab nations reel '. inj our aid," i; p. Ilalptrn said. With adoption ol the amend d "there can be no -I II %  ion h re ;i • to ii.sense of %  about thi i •'"' 0 il the l\ not so or or rival on its V< ". • • th< • leadei carrj the future because thej have ; %  '' neithi r icy i or communism It ia Hoi ol national m industrialization and rtronfj government a • tern <.l conlaini I communism which is in one ol uld ociali m under a trong nationalist regime Most %  othn • '• ii for N'ehru and U Nui run controlled governments. 1 cratu formi but keeping their realities, of povu-r in their own hand \IJS7 7/ ) FT. LAUDED ALE STOF2 ^ %  ..-if ~ I 1580 S. FED. HWY. %  + f + f f fj dt more PUT TKE SAVINGS IN YOUR POCKET! And drive away on guaran!3ed Low Cost, Long Mileage B.F. GOODRICH TIRES! UFESAVm SlLVERTOWN seats punctures permanently NYLON CONSTRUCTION FOR THE MAXIMUM IN BRUISE BLOWOUT PROTECTION. THE PREMIUM TIRE DESIGNED TO RUN COOLER. PROVIDE THAT EXTRA MEASURE OF MILEAGE AND GIVE* SURE TIRE0 TRACTION FOR QUICKER. SAFER STOPS B IGQER TRADES THAW EVER BEFORE DURING THIS SALE 1 36 MONTH GUARANTEE On Premium B.F. Goodrich Tl Cowi Read Hotards and Workmanship YOUR CHOICE BUDGET TERMS 90 DAY ACCT. 30 DAY ACCT. OPEN 24 HOURS & ALL DAY SUNDAY • 5300 N.W. 27th AVE. — MAIN STORE MIAMI 500 W. Flagler St. 4900 N.W. 2nd Ave.• NORTH MIAMI 13360 N.W. 1th Ave. SOUTH MIAMI 5930 S. Dixie FORT LAU0ER0ALE I58C S Fen. hy. 3T0S Oivit Blvd. 2832 W. Brooird Blvd. HOMESTEAD 30100 S. Fed. Hwy. MIAMI BEACH 1454 Al'on Road CAROL CITY 4695 N.W. 161th St. SOUTHWEST 6119 S.W. 6th St. HOLLYWOOD 203 S. Federal Hwy. WEST HOLLYWOOD 2411 1. STATE RD. I UALLANDALE 29 North Dixie Hwy. KEY WEST 540 Green St. I 3 $ I i i I [ A **••••*••••••••••••••**;


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5 Tishri 5722
Our Spiritual Balance Sheet
Yom Kippur commences at sunset on Tues-
dcy with the traditional Kol Nidre prayer. In
many ways, this observance is the" high point
c: the Holy Day period.
It :s on Yom Kippur that we are presum-
ably judged that our fate for the year ahead
will ce decided and sealed. Together with
Roeh Hashona, Yom Kippur stands as the most
scored cf Jewish festivals.
Abstinence from food is a sign of the seri-
ousness of the occasion. Concentration on
man's spiritual purpose is a hallmark of the
holiday. From an objective point of view. Yom
Kippur has few if any peers in the Jewish cal-
endar of observances.
The triumph of Jewish belief lies in its
inclination toward a Universal Power beyond
the image of man. In this sense, Jews do not
approach God by seeking favors in exchange
for their obeisance.
God is thus impersonal in His makeup,
but very personal in His relationships with His
children. The triumph of Judaism emerges
precisely here: physical identity, which marks
most other religious beliefs, is submerged be-
fore the far greater significance of spiritual
identity.
For the Jew, therefore, the physical world
and himself as a part of that world takes
a back seat to the more essential core of
reality: the state of the soul. And it is on Yom
Kippur. perhaps more than on any other occa-
sion, that this pre-conditioned characteristic of
Judaism functions at its fullest.
Stripped bare axe the inmost workings of
man's conscience, which call him to account
for his thoughts and deeds. The spiritual stock-
taking thus becomes a spiritual cleansing, as
well. Brieflv isolated horn the comfort of the
world in which he lives, he must be prepared
unflinchingly to examine his aspirations and
ambitions, his achievements and failures.
Yom Kippur evolves into a truly spiritual
occasion for the Jew when his debits and
credits are reckoned and posted in the kind of
figures particularly disposed to the character
of the High Holy Days generally: in the re-
ceptivily to spiritual values of the most exalted
kind.
'Uncommitted' Conference
The aftermath of the conference of "un-
committed" nations in Belgrade accurately un-
derscored the substance of the conference itself.
Seconds after the gavel put an end to the
proceedings, Kwame Nkrumah, of Ghana, took
off in his Russian-made airline passenger
plane to race to Moscow and talks with Nilrita
Khrushchev. Minutes behind Nkrumah was
Prime Minister Nehru, of India, who made it
into the Russian capital less than an hour later.
Both had rushed to Communism's potentate
ostensibly to beg him to help keep the peace.
For the "uncommitted" nations, to a man de-
termined at the outset to focus their attention
on the "capitalist imperialists," were rudely
ehaken from their illusions at Belgrade by the
first A-burst in Nikita Khrushchev's resumed
nuclear weapons testing program. (Indeed,
it almost appeared that opening of the confer-
ence and the first explosion were contempt-
uously designed to occur together.)
Only Mr. Nehru, himself, weakly suggest-
ed that the Belgrade bunch softpedal the "im-
perialists" and their "colonialism." There were
other problems in the world today, he sur-
mised, that seemed to pose a greater threat to
humanity the testing, for example'.
But if India's self-styled prophet tried to
adjust what he believed to be Belgrade's short-
sighted view, he offered no resistance to one
other important item on the conference aqenda:
the tirade against Israel by UAR dictator
Gamal Abdel Nasser. If, as Nehru saw it,
charges of Western imperialist colonialism
were old hat in the face of newer and more
realistic dangers, it seemed nevertheless still
PHYSICAL REBIRTH OF THE JEW
all right to charqe Israel with being the foun-
tainhead of capitalist imperialism in the Mid-
dle East.
This was Nasser's most potent charge
against the Jewish nation at Belgrade, which
not even Nkrumah, a presumable Israel ally,
sought to still. And how could he, plotting as
he was to race Nehru to Moscow for the honor
of being "first" in an interview with Nikita?
It is difficult to think in terms of being fair
to the purposes of the Belgrade meeting. For
the presumably uncommitted nations of the
world had gathered in a body as the collected
conscience of "ordinary" men everywhere
men unhampered by their participation in in-
ternational power politics. Yet, juxtaposed as
the conference was against the terrifying
Khrushchev decision to resume nuclear test*
ing, it emerged with nary a word in its final
resolution in criticism of the decision. ... _- '
Nevertheless, it must be said that the "uh-
committeed" leaders did find it ultimately in
their hearts to dull the initial Nasser attack
against Israel which, together with Nationalist
China and the Union of South Africa, are not
members of this less than august bloc. But on
the larger issues they remained adament:
All in all, it was a fruitless conference at
Belgrade, the proof once again irrefutably
emerging there that its participants are as com-
mitted as anyone else and about as uncreative
a lot of leaders as ever gathered.
Bormann Reported Alive
The latest report out of Geneva that Martin
Bormann is alive and kicking somewhere in
South America gives cause fer some exciting
speculation.
The recent report is merely the latest
in a series surrounding the whereabouts of
Bormann and his effort to remain in hiding.
We are reminded of the similar flurry of
stories and rumors about Adolf Eichmann prior
to Eichmann's uncovering in Buenos Aires.
The relationship betwent Borman and Adolf
Hitler was perhaps the most personal of all
Hitler's friendships with members of his Nazi
coterie. To capture Bormann would be to touch
the quick of Third Reich history as it lies today,
a presumable corpse, in the memory of Twen-
tieth Century man.
Eichmann's capture recalls the planted
rumor of Eichmann's presence in Kuwait in
order to flush him out in Buenos Aires. Is the
report this week of Bormann's presence in Bra-
zil being used as a similar tactic to panic
Bormann elsewhere?
Only time will tell, but it remains a fact
of our time that Nazi Germany lives on among
us long after it was burned to a crisp in a
Berlin bunker back in 1945.
during (he week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
writti
IT SHALL bt
New Year.ai .-ied ,
>n the
the Day of Atonemer.-
This
i
is the opening of onL- 0
most beautiful prayer n th
Machzor. Sadly, like nuctad
the High Holiday li, JJ J
our time, it is garbler on the
altar of haste: and one hardly
has a moment to consider the
broad significance of Uie
...-. words, before so mar- 0f ...
are a fistful of pages ahead, doing the same to another once-exaltl!
sentiment. The prayer to which 1 refer here also inquires into th
fate of humanity at large: how many will die, who by fire aid v*I
by sword. ~
Certainly, there can be no more aft speculation to fit th* nat,,r.
of our age. This is precisely why "It shall be written on the Ne.
Year and sealed at the Day of Atonement" has a particular pith
meaning for us now. and why it is all the more sad that haste ob
scures its purpose. I. at least, am pressed to thir.k cf Berth nf an
the paradoxes and lies surrounding the East-Wot German conffld
and of the possible consequences attending the resolution of then
issues stated in terms of how many will die, who t> fire,
by sword.
Let me say at the outset, simply and without qualificat
Berlin is !o>t. Any other consideration is pure cor- < tan
do I weep for ;h- city as a dying bastion of den-
freedom, an outposl tt human rights and dignitj For n
Berlin was never that: no;, indeed. ,.- all of Wes1
a particle of that. When our tors speak of
nation :n such t-. are pontificating in :.-
cess ol rationalizing an American policy in West
already failed.
-' who
iVesI
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THE IMPORTANCE Cf DOUBLE RECOGNITION
I^IKITA KHRUSHCHEV was right to characterize West Be; ,. .,
bone in his throat. For the city contrasted violently iith it<
East German counterpart: the opulence of one with the dreai ess of
the other. Our" Berlin amply demonstrates the brilliant e onomie
and industrial successes of capitalist Germany. "Hi.'" Berlin -loued
communism to be what it is in any beginning satellite: a vicioi police
state bent on securing its roots as a primary purpose. When the
Soviet dictator threatened a separate peace treaty with East Ger-
many, the Administration's masterminds reacted jr. term? of the
1949 American defense against the Berlin blockade. But Mr. Khrush-
chev outfoxed us one more time. As an alternative to launching an
aggressive attack aimed at bringing West Berlin to its knees -i one
giant stroke, he withdrew instead.
It is beyond a question clear that the communist sealing ol the
border dividing the two Berlins violates Western rights-there It is
also clear that the purpose of "our" Berlin has thus been effective!)
neutralized. For, to what avail the gorgeous panoply of Capitalism's
produce, especially when no one is left to be moved by it: This
means that West Berlin must inevitably die on the vine. The city's
two and a half million people henceforth represent a survival prob-
lem and no more.
When our legislators, and some of our more arrogant newsmen,
speak of them in other terms, they foster illusions and er.:^i in
paradoxes to mask the fundamental issues. The Administration"* ac
ceptance of the illegal sealing of the border is tantamount to tacit
approval of the loss of West Berlin. Once having approved ti. act,
with however much reticence, we can merely accuse the Russians -I
threatening to. leave Germany entirely, nothing else* To lie, and
pretend after the fact that nothing has changed, is no pohc; : -
suicide.
If it is understood as a fact that West Berlin must now be .. ritten
off. we should also be realistic enough to foresee another'inevitable
legacy of World War II: the division of Germany into two separate
states. It is only the determined and persistent peptalk of Dr. Aden-
auer and his entourage that has delayed this painful recognition.
Again, when our legislators stomp for ultimate reunification, the)
simply mean to sound heroic in the face of the onslaughts of principle
to the contrary expounded by the Soviet Union. In addition, they an
failing to tell us a very important thing.
-:-
SILENCE Of THE ADMINISTRATION
QUR OWN GOVERNMENT no more wants a reunited Germany
"* than does the Kremlin. The Russians, much to our dismay and
anxiety may, as ihey threaten, walk out of East Germany one of
these days. But they will be doing so on their own' terms. The pup
pet regime is by now well-established and can minimally fend for
itself: besides. Russian troops will not be moving too far back. For
Mr. Khrushchev, a divided Germany is unqualified insurance against
a wholly resurgent, militaristic-ally aggressive Germany.
For our own part. West Germany seems creative enough and
perhaps just a bit too restive. Divided, the nation can at least cur
rently be contained within the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
structure as a deterrent force against further communist expansion
on the European continent. United well, our fears frankly run
parallel to those of the Russians.
It is this that we are not being told, together with the fact that
West Berlin has already been lost. Neither are we being reminded
for how many of us remember through the haze of propagandistic
onslaught that a divided Germany is what we imposed upon th
defeated Third Reich in unison with the Russians, who were our
allies during World War II. Until now, the truth to the contrary, it
may have been a good diplomatic cold war gambit to press fcr :
reunited Germany. But the realities of the current crisis call for
a more rewarding approach.
Why, then, as the Russians seem daily inspired with new
maneuvers to heat Berlin to a higher degree of danger, do we repeat
the same tired maxims? Why is the Administration silent, when it
should be preparing the nation lor new directions and newer under-
standing?
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THE BEGINNING IS IN THE TRUTH
THE ANSWERS COME hard. And, until they come, we see terror
swooping down upon the land, with the spirit of the late Joe
McCarthy hovering among us. Witch-hunters spread their wings, and
only the most hearty, like Secretary McNamara, before the Senate
Fore'gn Relations Committee the other day, can ward them off.
Ignorant as we are, we are not even told the ultimate truth: the choice
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Poqe 2-B +J(*>l§f fhrkNar) Friday, September 15 Cooking Corner rum 6. Beilin •." the holidays, when rich traditional ii %  • are %  rved with frequei .;.. tin delici ..: taste and light '.INlure ol fi&h fillets, bcth fresh and fio2tn. are a welcome change. Pa ages oi frozen fillets take up so little space that they can always be kept on hand for emergency meals, or the quick and eaby planned meals which art such a help m the midst of elab01 ate coolUng. Too simple to be titied full repipes are many jiliy ways o: preparing the fillets, so delicious that the) taste as if they had needed long preparation. Here are a few oi these, as well as two methods of preparation Just more complicated. ID making all of them, any type of fillet may l t used. The skinless are preferable, but usually more expensive. When fijlets on which (he .-Miii has been leli I Id Li arranged with the %  iath. Because a fair amount oi liquid accumulates •i fish fillets thaw, it is a wise Lion to place the package in a shallow bowl during the pro(.-. Drain thoroughly before using, unless the recipe specifies otherwise. And now for suggestions. 1. Partly thaw 1V4 lbs. of the fillets, separate the pieces, and place them in a well-buttered shallow taking dish. Beat a can of Cream oi Mushroom or Cream of Celery Soup until smooih and then spread over the fish. Sprinkle with a tablespoon of minced parsley, and hake at 400 degs, F. for 20 minutes. This serves five. For variation the musrroom soup may witk a half cup of grated cheese. 2. t a cup of canned vegetal I I paghetti sauce for the Beth Israel Women Meet Fir.-: board meeting w> -. I %  an.' f ..t mm •* HW> %  -a .V*i' t r.* kosher & pareve contains no milk or animal fat... only pure vegetable oil ingredients Another f/n? product of THE MIAMI MARGARINE COMPANY, CINCINNATI. OHIO movers of NU-MAID Margatino and DURKEE'S Salad Lreaings



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face *-o +JmMi ncrldfiar Fridoy, September 15, ]gg] Two Dade county graduates were recently awarded four-year .0 National Foundation March of Dimes scholarships in o::jpational and physical therapy curing special ceremonies here. Left to right are Dr. Joe Hall, Dade school superintendent, and Mrs. Herbert Kuvin, Dade education committee chairman, of Miami Beach, makir.c the presentations to Lorraine Joy Vann. 441 NW 105th st. ,and Beverly Jo Unick. 5781 £W 14th St., West Miami. Miss Vann was a June graduate of Edison High. Miss Unick graduated from West Miami High. I will study at the University of Florida. In the past three years a total of seven scholarships have been presented to Dcde high school graduates by the National Foundation. Hypnotist is Engaged By Special Report WERNERSVILLE. Pa. — While vacationing at Galen Hall Hotel in V.frraersville. Penn.. an executive of :he Wall Street Tours was so impressed with the demonstration of noted hypnoti-t. Howard Klein. of Philadelphia, that he was immediately engaged for their 45-d;:> I n pear, tour on the SS Victoria, ...:.% from New York City on Od 25 TETLEY TEA Skit to Spark Member Theme How to get new members will Yi the theme of Beth David Sisterhood's first fall meeting Wednesday. Sept. 27. Carrying forth the theme of the 11 a.m. brunch, first Sisterhood ring in the synagogues new Spector Hail, will be a play. ••Trial by Jewry,"' enacted by member^. "We are hoping that each Sisterhood member will bring a new member to enjoy our delightful ram," >aiel Mrs Meyer Forer. president in charge of mem• rship ar.d chairman of the day. MrMichael Covin will pr. the program. A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, there's Yom Tov spirit io this fine tea..."flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure with your fleishigs and milchigs and betweeo meal refreshment... lr: .'. .* D.slnbutor for th South I f-.'i ess fcest • pr Roll lo.e at VOUP L :ca Jobber Contact ISRAEL SAUSAGE CO. 230 N W. 5th Strt.t Miami. Fla. FR 3-0721 FR 3-4225 Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices ^p NO Shortening "• %  ^-^ ~Ua< I IIGZMIW u*Ct*-~ ~ tk& ~Xtu&o Miami Beach Chapter of Kadassah Opens Season With Varied Meetings Monday Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah inaugurates the season's meetings on Monday with ,-pecial reports from the recent national ci %  vent ion at Denver. Colo • • • Brandeis group mil meet at the Foal at 12 n< Monday.•TharTolfe* tercel, v.elln erapholoc%  %  nt an inlet' ban is Mrs Philip the group. • Deborah group will have a board rig at thi Sam Graubart. 8909 :. at 10 a Levitz is pi"' • I. R. Goodman group met Wednesday evening. Sept. 13. r.r the Ca>ablanca hotel at 8 p.m. Miss Lillian Goodman, president of Miami Beach chapter, gave a report on the national convention. Henl group will meet at the Eden Roc hotel at 12:30 p.m. on Monday Introduction of officers and activity chairmen and a report on the national convention by ; Miss Lillian Goodman, president of chapter, will be on the agenda for the afternoon. Also scheduled are an invocation, a singing prayer by Mrs Harry Miner, and piano accompaniment by Mrs. J. Katzman. Mrs. Ben Zeigmund is president ci the group. Israeli group will meet at the Algiers hotel at 12 noon on MonRtfreshmen!s will be followed by a presentation by Miss Mar guerite Marx en "The Nature of • L-.liian Nelson will offer a musical program, with com r: .:r.::y by the audience Mrs. Frances Makovskj i: chairman, and Mrs resident. • Emma Laiarus group will meet at the Washington Federal Savings ". r.r. Assn. 00 Monday a; 12:3r gram will feature chorus i %  six member*, who will sins, songs to popular tunes with ring membership. Mrs Edith Jacobson. founder and former president, will speak on her travels in Israel. This will be followed by a question and ant period directed at a panel including Mesdarr.es Jacobson. Henrietta Fine and Eve Fuchs. active memben who have just returned from a tour of Israel. Mrs. N. Glickman is program chairman, and Mrs. Johan Bermann is president. Hanna Sertesch will meet at the Shelborne hotel at 12:30 noon on Monday with refreshments served. Mrs. Sara Jackson, membership vice president, will report on her recent trip to Israel. Mrs. Ella Blonder it program chairman" a Mrs. Eva M. Blum is president • Shalem. group will meet at th, j Sea Gull hctel at 12 noon Mor.d av .The program will be in the fortri 1 cf a Sakkoth festival, followed hi a card party after the meetin? Mrs Irvin A. Shapiro is program* chairman, and Mrs. Manuel f ma.-, is president. • Seutttgato group met in iv '. *i"s Recreation Hall on T^siJaj evening, Sept. 12. A skit. "Jj Page." was follower :> a program. Mrs. Max .. n :s pr< iram chairman. Ifernick is prt Estr-er group will met: M • hotel a' noi Guest -Ian Perlman. orgj JJ. tion ic( president of chapti \ w ... ui will follow with Mrs Perlyn is | and Mrs I rence Cassih I .n. Henrietta Siold group will t at hotel, i. n Monday at 12:30 p.m. Program has been arranges w::h Mrs. C. Peckerman as vc sander is presided of Refreshments will be served Mrs, the grr op. • Stec L n S. Wise group will met. %  t Casablanca hotel Monda) at 12:31 p.m. Mrs Philip Mogul is prcgran chairman, ar.c Harry Koepel is president. FridT NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT! bravo! bravo! bravissfmol Italian-style! CHEF BOY-AR-DEE* CHEESE RAVIOLI BITE SIZE MACARONI PIES FILLED WITH CHEESE THE MARVELOUS MEATLESS MEAL THAT'S READY TO HEAT 'N' EAT! For your family, your guests... for your very next dairy lunch or supper... famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee has captured a real Italian flavor in this new Cheese Ravioli feast! Just heat...and here's what you serve! Italian-tasting tender little macaroni pies filled with tangy cheese ... lavished with savory tomato sauce, simmered with mushrooms and cheese, and seasoned to perfection in the real Italian way. What a treat to serve. ..tastier and easier than the frozen kind. And so much, thriftier, too. Costs only about 15< a serving. Each can serves two. Buy several caa today.



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Page 12-A —Jmisfi ncridftar Friday. September 15, 19§i ii"i. Cemeteries Schedule Special Annual Memorial Services Here on Sunday Louis Merwitzer (riqht). campaign chairman of the Hebrew Academy, returns to Mrs. Saidie Bieler her S2.5C0 pledoe card as Mrs. Bieler pays up her five-year pledge in less than one year. A contributor to many worthy causes, Mrs. Bieler said, "I am so thrilled to see the new buildings go up the; I want personally to speed their completion." 'Welcome Home 1 Brunch Sunday Welcome Home" brunch will be held by the Hebrew Academy on Sunday. 10 a.m., at the Sterling hotel. The brunch will honor the AcadREPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miomi'l lareait A Oldest Supplier far Synaocguei, Hebrew I S*day Schteh. Wholesale t Retail ISKAILI mii AMD MOVllWS 417Weshia*tMiAve. M 1-9017 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 emy board members uho have just returned ircm a trip to Israel. To be honored are Leonard Rosen, board chairman, and Herbert Berber. Dr Louis I. Bunim. Max Deakter. Moses Gruadwerg, Moses H. Rosenhouse. and Maurice Revitz. Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal, will give the welcoming address. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. executive director, will introduce the guests. Program will also include a report on the current building campaign by Louis Merwitzer, chairman of the fund-raising drive. To be discussed is the Academy's annual dinner scheduled for Dec 17. N*EWM%N FUNERAL HOME Ifll DADC BOULfVARO MIAMI BEACH /Efferson 1-7677 Ww.rd T. Newman f woerot Direct |Mrami Hebrew Book S 1585 WASHINGTON AVE Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 Hebrew Religioua Supplies for Synagogue*. Schools 4 Private Use ISRAELI A DOMESTIC OIFTS GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR Annual public memorial services will be held at Jewish cemeteries ihrcughout the Greater Miami area on Sunday* Services will be held on the day alter Sbatobal TMIUIvah. the Sabjjath of Rvpentan'v. Rich tails mid-way between Robh liashona and Yom Kippur. At Mount Nebo Cemetery, 550o NW 3rd st.. Miami, special memorial services will be conducted by Kabbi Samuel April, of Coral Way Jiwish (enter, at 10:30 am. Dr. Irving Lehrman, ol Temple Kmanu-El. will conduct services for members and friends of his congregation, one at 11:30 a.m., and ih.other al 1145 a.m. Members <>i Flagler Granada J'cwish Center wishing to memorialize the departed will attend spe cial services at Mount Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Gerald Lerer officiating at 2 p.m. One hour earlier, at 1 p m.. Rabbi Mordecai Podrt will condut I memorial services for friendand members ol Temple Judea in Coral Gables. At the Jewish Section of Wood lawn Park Cemetery, 3260 SW 8th st.. Rabbi Solomon Schilf. of Beth El Congregation, and Rabbi Norman Shapiro, of Beth David Congregation, will officiate at special services on Sunday at 11 am Cantor Maurice Mamches, of Beth Jacob Congregation, and Cantor William Lipson. of Beth David, will chant the musical portions of the liturgy. Rabbi Schiff. Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Jacob Congregation, and Rabbi David Rosenfeld will officiate at the special memorial services on Sunday. 2 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery1125NW 137th st.. No. Miami. Cantor Mamches will chant the liturgy. Rabbi', Name Omitted Through error, the name of Rabbi David Rosenfeld was omitted in the Sept. 8 issue as officiating together with Rabbi Solomon Schiff and Rabbi Tibor H. Stern at memorial services to be held Sunday. Sept. 17. 2 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery. A special holiday memorial schedule it also slated by Lakeside Memorial Park and Garden Mausoleum at NW 25th st. and 103rd ave. Rabbi Maurice Klein, spiritual leader of Southwest Jewish Center, will officiate for members "i hieon-tt-ratwrr-at-t -pnr At 2 pm.. members^nd friends of Temple T.tertfh .ljpib,-0f Hialeah. will gather for the'memorial service, with Rabbi Leo Heim offici' Als.i scheduled Sunday at Laki • si le are services at W p m., Tern• i Sinai. Rabbi.Benno wallach officiating; and 3. p*.m., Beth Emeth ition. Rabbi Max officiating. PALMER MEMORIALS 'Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builders" bw ti t A: Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF A4fS"ft FAMILY MEMORIALS Dr. Lehrman is Speaker Dr. lr\ n ehrman, spiritual %  ader oi Temi le Emanu-EI, recently addressed residents il Morton Towers, I400 Baj rd A q ; mn and answer period followed. Marmaros Uive'rirtg 7 • %  • %  :' I;-.I of 0 SAM MARMAROS formerly of 1608 D rex • J • %  M Beach plact Sunday, S plumber 17th at Mt. Nebo Cemetery at 11:15 a.m. until Rjlj'n frting Lehman officiating Mr M&rniaro* i* survived bv hi-on-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mr-. Herman Kamin>ky and .i grandchild, Diane Kamin.'ky. a! 1 of Miami Beach: also a titter Mr-. Charlea Abo-cS. of Akron. Oh... Friend* jnd Re'.afi <: % %  jre a\\tA to attend. Scheduled Unveilinm S JNO;-Y. S:PT. 17 Jcwi'h S-ction Woodhwn Cs-nerery REBECCA SKSfMTEIH, 2 p.


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Pxtqe GB +Jewisti FkridUair) Friday. September 15, 1961 nan Women V.CMAN OF THE WEEK Thnt saucy face of Rae (Mrs. George Graham hasn't changed %  c • lays when she was a budding young actress a:id did novelty ; %  d Bang on the stage Ever since she waa two. Rae took singing da icing lessons, and was much in demand. Her Mae West song, \. m a Lady," and impersonation of Zazu Pitts always br ught %  .' .11 he house. A most Inter acting career, which ln< • .in-: : night cluband on the radio, was cut short b> illness and ii marriage to George. Sim George was in the service and just out of dental school. tl • • ej .. married life was a rou d of traveling. Settled in tr.e Miai u i ,:. ;.. Rae has beer; active in a dozen different ways. Whi was in I >nd grade, and onlj %  Ras b \ j":e pr [dent '. the Demo b — so she started club work early. In Miami, she was ma:ro n of Eastern Star, founded the Alpha Omega Ladies' Auxiliary and was its first president, has bee acti\,' the Combined Jewish Api the Great M imi Jewish Federation Theatre and various drama groups Pn tl] she is working on the new Women's Com tee of Jewish Family and Children's Sen Rae's big job of the moment as pr sident of the Sisterb id M empie Israel. The Graham may well be take an exce • of the play. "You Can't i One living room wall tings clone by the whole Gra including their three boys. Michael i. a I Jon. Lee's ceramics are • • much m evidence. A greenhouse is a i co it irsation piece — not th i Irahams need in h thing. 1 ': %  raise botanical and cor i] orchids of which they erow a hundred different kinds. Packed away in a drawer are all the %  i and blue ribbons they have won for their orchids and table jmentfi that Rae dees >o well. George is a health addict He made a study of diet. As a result. tl • Iraham diet at home is sensible and correct, according to George's t ings, which includes health foads. unbleached sugar, and no s< ooin {a When they give those fabulous dinner parties, health foods fly i > %  the window. George wants to have a party some day with his kim of food. He insists that everyone will enjoy it just as much. 'i remains a moot question for the time being. WHAT DID YOU SAY? Students Take Time for Rites A gown of Italian silk with appliques of chantilly lace reembroidered with ?eed pearls was the choice cf I.ila Bren.ia Glossman for her marrase to Michael FriedI berg on Sunday, Sept. 3. at the Algiers hotel. A reception and dinner followed the 6':30 p.m. ceremony performed by Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Arlene Goldstein was maid of honor, ar.d Ruth Friedberg and Arlene Pfeiffer served as bridesmaids to the new Mrs. Friedberg. laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert : Glcssman. 445 SW 34th ave. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mr?, Louis Friedberg. of 5152 SW 6th It. Best man was Raymond La Fontaine, and Norton Glossman and Raymond Dickman served agroomsmen. After a wedding trip through !-';>nda. the young cou| live in Baton Rouge, La., where they both attend Louisiana State University, Mrs. Friedberg on a •.on-resident scholarship her husband with a national lefense act fellowship for graduate work in mathemar ffS. MI CHAEL fRIEDBERS The former Mi--np. is an "j^^p RR ^ t "*J!*r s ft *'T J '''' ," „ _., honor graduate of Miami Senior rleiMOOIH 1 KlilZl Ifl POliaCK RiteS High, and attended the ah Tsity of Miami on a Dade county scholarA wedding ring which has been dent Nurses Assn., and a me ship. She :%  a member of Alpha in the groom's famil; for two gen if Alpha I ambda Delta Lambda Delta, national reshman rations served to unite Barbara The Ivory satin gown trii I womi irary, and the French Gail Travers and Rona I Pollack with chantillv lace worn I RAE Club. Mr. Friedberg is an honor grad u: l %  of the University of Mia i and belongs to PI Mu Epsilon mathematics honor society ba t w. G r:ie telephone connection from Israel to Miami Beach was very at the Dr. Julian Rickles home. By the time the children. Tommy, i i Rickey, each said, "Hello, I can't hear you," the phone call over. Julian went to Israel as part of the twelve-man Maccabiah Team to play in the first international Jewish amateur golf match. s. Ima went with her husband, and her letters have been glowing. She A ait to get home to run the movies that they have taken. Then she 1 really know that the whole trip was not a dream THE LATE SHOW A cute announcement from MJX and Gail Spiegelman says that they used to watch the late show, and now they are in it with star Gary Allen. The picture is of a crying baby and two distraught parLeo and Babette Ackerman and the Senior Spiegelmans are v ondering when they will get in the act too. Every new grandma B Kl grandpa has to take their turn at baby-sitting. FAMOUS REMARKS At (he lovely wedding of Judith Faiick and Barry Shein, Judy's ly was heard to say, "I didn't lose a daughter. 1 gained a closet • • • CARDS CARDS .. CARDS! Lucerne, Italy-Freddie and Esther Grossberg (they used to live; here but now live in Texas) are enjoying a quickie European trip of < seeing, doing, learning and experiencing Kowloon. Hong Kong — Charlie and Jane Leeds buying the town OUt. Jane wont need any more dresses for the next two years Sherman. Tex. — Dot and Leon Kaplan with their son, Stanley traveling the highways and greatly impressed with the beauty of theseIi United States. m HOME AGAIN Alter a 10.500-mile trip. Leo and Nola Eisenstein's first stop in IW'omi Beach was at a supermarket to stock their refrigerator. They bad a glorious trip, westward to Denver to visit I.eo's sister. Mr. and Mi*.. Sol Cohen; then to Lake Louise at Banff, where they met the Sam Kesnicks and the William Singers The six of them all went ir. a snow buggy around the Columbia Ice Fields. Then the Eisen8ti ina traveled to San Francisco, where it was Nola's turn for a re union with her aunts. Then to Tiajuana, where Leo saw a bull fight Ncla passed that little number up. On to Las Vegas and Pamper. Tex., Where the wheat grows and the oil flows. The Eisensteins really cover ed the United States and felt that it was a grand place to rediscover Mr. and Mrs. Max Krauss just back from a vacation in Puerto Rico. Hhere they saw George and Goldye Collier and the Colliers' daughter and their family, the Lester Perles. who are living there Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vehon and son. Bob. returned from Colum bus, where they said goodbye to their daughter Betty's husband. Stephen Cohan. He is at Lackbourne Air Base, where he's a flight er gineer on a refueling bomber. He leaves for Spain for three months, white Betty will come home to stay with her folks and hope that Stephen gets home in time to welcome the new addition to the family. KI Sunday, Sepl ... had been worn b; l The 5:30 p.m. candlelight cere ther's -' % %  i .it her wedding S r. mj was performed by Rabbi I eo [ng as maid uf honor was V, Helm at the Garden restauranl Honey Travers, the bride's sister, ind was follow reception, and Francine Hodea a." I Soloist was Mrs B. Issenberg, Kaplan were her bridesmaid* the bride's aunt, accompanied by The bridegroom is the son Larry Blue, who ;.:$:> performed at her parents' wedding. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Travers. 121 SW 52nd ct.. Mr. ami Mrs Louis B. Polla 1021 Bay dr., Normanu.. i s an alumnus o: the Universi Miami, where he was pres i the new Mrs. Pollack is a Graduate ; of Alpha Phi Omega of Miami Senior High, and is now H*s brother. Nat Pollack. i a junior at the University of Mij best man. and groomsmen were ami. She is vice president of her | Edward (Irene and Allen Kaplan Class, treasurer of the College of I After a honeymoon trip to .la jArts and Sciences and of Gamma ; naica. the newiyweds will live w I Sigma Sigma, president of the Stuj Coral Gables. Noon Wedding For Mandells Werner-Ka fin MRS. ROBERT MANDELI Volkmcm Vows Exchanged Here Miss Elaine Freefield and L Richard Volkman were united in marriage Saturday evening, Sept. 2. at the Southwest Jewish Center. Rabbi Maurice Klein officiated. The bride, niece of Mr. and Mrs Charles Freefield. is the daughter of Mrs. Pearl Freefield and Benjamin Freefield. both of New Jersey. She attends Dade County Junior College. Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Volkman, 1280 N'E 155th st., North Miami Beach, is a graduate of Miami Beach High and the University of Miami. The new Mrs. Volkman wore a bell-shaped white satin gown, with finger tip veil caught by a pearl tiara, and carried white roses. Norma Auerbach was maid of honor, and the bride's sister. Susan Freefield. was junior bridesmaid. Ronnie Bernstein was best man. Ushers included Alan Hall, Stuart Jacobs, Robert Jacobson, Harvey Sonner and Leroy Thompson Sandra Freefield. cousin of the bride, was in charge of the guest book. After a tour of Florida, the couple will reside at 1685 NE 124th st.. No. Miami. A high noon wedding Sunday. Sept. 3. at the Algiers hotel united in marriage Louise Susan Angel and Robert Jack Mandeli, with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. For her wedding, the bride chose a short, while lace frock and car• ried wh : te orchids on a Bible. Maid of honor was Carole Mille/. and Maxine Green, Ellen Rodenger and Nancy Norman were brides maids. Best man was Harvey Thalblum. and serving as ushers were Kenneth Levitt, Harry Payton and Teddy Goldberg. The new Mrs. Mandeli is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Angel. 1230 96th st.. and is now a secretary, having graduated from Miami Beach High and attended the University of Florida. Her Husband's parents are Mr and Mrs. Murray Mandeli. of 7310 Wayne ave. He is an alumnus of Miami Beach High and the University of Miami, and is in the Air Force Reserve. His fraterm Zeta Beta Tau. and he is countant. Following H reception at the Al giers hotel. I he young couple I for a weddng trip to Nassau On their return they will live at 1323 Michigan ave. Miami Reach ROYAL CROWN DERBY CH.NA Posy Vine Pattern. Dinner service, for 12. Tea, coffee, fruit plates, demi-tasse and serving dishes. 160 pcs. Leavir.n country must dispose. SELL $900.00 COST $1500.CO CALL JE 1-3906 FOR RENT EFFICIENCY FURN.-C.B.S. NEW $10 Week Call PL 4-5988 577 N.W. 50 ST. Beautiful Area. TO ALL GREETINGS WEJkMMNGO VIJHSISTS Retail for All Occasions New Location MU 5-3831 743 FISHERMAN ST. 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Page 4-A legist FkricfiarJ Friday, September 1 .. J *Je wi sh Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 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 _.._ Correspondent Published evory Friday since 1K27 by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N.E. Sixth Strrel. Miami 1. Florida. 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. The Jewish Floridian does not guarantee the Kashiuth of the merchandise advertised In U columns SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year $5.00 Three Years 910.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 34 Number 37 Friday, September 15. 1961 5 Tishri 5722 during (he week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN • %  i Our Spiritual Balance Sheet Yom Kippur commences at sunset on Tuesday with the traditional Kol Nidre prayer. In m^ny ways, this observance is the high point c: the Holy Day pariod. It is on Yom Kippur that we are presumably judged — that our fate for the year ahead will be decided and sealed. Together with P.osh Kcshona, Yom Kippur stands as the most sacred cf Jewish festivals. Abstinence from food is a sign of the seriousness of the occasion. Concentration on man's spiritual purpose is a hallmark of the holiday. From an objective point of view, Yom Kippur has few if any peers in the Jewish calendar of observances. The triumph of Jewish belief lies in its inclination toward a Universal Power beyond the image of man. In this sense, Jews do not approach God by seeking favors in exchange lor their obeisance. God is thus impersonal in His makeup, but very personal in His relationships with His children. The triumph of Judaism emerges precisely here: physical identity, which marks most other religious beliefs, is submerged before the far greater significance of spiritual identity. For the Jew, therefore, the physical world — and himself as a part of that world — takes a back seat to the more essential core of reality: the state of the soul. And it is on Yom Kippur, perhaps more than on any other occasion, that this pre-conditioned characteristic of Judaism functions at its fullest. Stripped bare are the inmost workings of man's conscience, which call him to account for his thoughts and deeds. The spiritual stocktaking thus becomes a spiritual cleansing, as well. Briefly isolated from the comfort of the world in which he lives, he must be prepared unflinchingly to examine his aspirations and ambitions, his achievements and failures. Yom Kippur evolves into a truly spiritual occasion for the Jew when his debits and credits are reckoned and posted in the kind of figures particularly disposed to the character of the High Holy Days generally: in the receptivity to spiritual values of the most exalted kind. "|T SMALL be written* New Year, and ~, i[e /*. the Day of Atonemer." Ttu is the opening of on, „f th! most beautiful prayern tu, Machzor. Sadly, like -i uch ni the High Holiday utur„ J our time, it is garblec on th, altar of haste: and one hardl, has a moment to consrier the broad significance of th, — words, before so mar/ 0 f „. are a fistful of pages ahead, doing the same to another once'-exaliJ sentiment. The prayer to which 1 refer here also inquires ito th fate of humanity at large: how many wiU die, who by fire, ^A ^ by sword. Certainly, there can be no more apt speculation to fit th* natur of our age. This is precisely why "It shall be written on the New Year and sealed at the Day of Atonement" has a particular • pith meaning for us now. and why it is all the more sad that haste oh! scurcs its purpose. I. at least, am pressed to think of Berlin, of all the paradoxes and lies surrounding the East-West German conflict and of the possible consequences attending the resolution of thee issues stated in terms of how many will die, who t\ fire. %  .< V L by -word. Let me say a! the outset, simply and without qualificati Berlin is lost. Any other consideration is pure commentary do I weep for the city as ;i dying bastion cf den .-. \ %  „ freedom, an outpost an aggressive attack aimed at bringing West Berlin to its knee,n one giant stroke, he withdrew instead. It is beyond a question clear that the communist sealin. of the border dividing the two Berlins violates Western rights^-there It is also clear that the purpose of "our" Berlin has thus been effectively neutralized. For, to what avail the gorgeous panoply of capitalism's produce, especially when no one is lelt to be moved by it: This means that West Berlin must inevitably die on the vine." Tte city's two and a half million people henceforth represest a survive problem — and no more. When our legislators, and some of our more arrogant newsmen, speak of them in other terms, they foster illusions and er..:;,_: m paradoxes to mask the fundamental issues. The Administration'* ac ceptance of the illegal sealing of the border is tantamount to tacit approval of the loss of West Berlin. Once having approved IT act, with however much reticence, we can merelv accuse the Rus-^ns f threatening to leave Germany entirely, nothing else, To Lie. and pretend after the fact that nothing has changed, is no pouc-; it is suicide. If it is understood as a fact that West Berlin must now be written off, we should also be realistic enough to foresee arother inevitable legacy of World War II: the division of Germany into two separate states. It is only the determined and persistent peptalk of Dr. Adenauer and his entourage that has delayed this painful recognition. Agawi. when our legislators stomp for ultimate reunificatk.-. they simply mean to sound heroic in the face of the onslaughts of pnnciples to the contrary expounded by the Soviet Union. In addition, they an failing to tell us a very important thing. -:• -:•• SILENCE Of THE ADMINISTRATION QUR OWN GOVERNMENT no more wants a reunited Germany than does the Kremlin. The Russians, much to our dismav a::.' anxiety may, as they threaten, walk out of East Germanv one .1 these days. But they will be doing so on their own' terms. The pup pet regime is by now well-established and can minimally fend for itself: besides. Russian troops will not be moving too far back. For Mr. Khrushchev, a divided Germany is unqualified insurance against a wholly resurgent, militaristically aggressive Germany. For our own part. West Germany seems creative enough and perhaps just a bit too restive. Divided, the nation can at least cur rently be contained within the North Atlantic Treaty Organization structure as a deterrent force against further communist expansion th f ur0Dea V n,inent United well, <*'ears frankly run parallel to those of the Russians. aJV ,h 'i that We are not being to ld, together with the fact that west Berlin has already been lost. Neither are we being remindedlor how many of us remember through the haze of propagandistic TJt ,A \Z •'? al a divided Germ any is what we imposed upon the .11! A %  R e,ch in unison •** the Russians, who were our allies during World War II. Until now, the truth to the contrary, it !" ,L A Vf r a gO0d di P lo matic cold war gambit to press fcr a a Zr! Germ any But ,he rea,ilie s of the current crisis call for a more rewarding approach. ma„ Why l he u' as ,he Russia "s seem daily inspired with new maneuvers to heat Berlin to a higher degree of danger, do we repeat Sn.,wT maxi ">s? Why is the Administration silent, when it should be preparing the nation lor new directions and newer under standing? ': %  ... WE BIGINNING 1$ IN THE TKUTH JHE ANSWERS COME hard. And, until they come, we see terror M.r!? P V ng Wn Upon lhe land with the spirit of the late Joe n „„" y n vering among us. Witch-hunters spread their wings, and Sl^ii„ n i ^ Hke Seeret ary McNamara, before the Senate iVZfnt Re atl0ns Co "ntee the other day, can ward them off. ignorant as we are, we are not even told the ultimate truth: the choice Continued on Pag* H-A



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Fudoy. September 15. 1961 fJenist rhridtoaun Pace 7-B Ok arm in vi ours, £M I vein when our wardrobe seemg i :n!( • ate for the numerous acli< that cr >wd oui ledules. • Il-dress sd wo HI use the .-'..on tei luque as many g models. They build a ii i aci essor: war I obe around a few -i od basic di Sir ;< so many o you have i tioned me a'joul coordinating aci essor • i a a taking i ortuniiy ;•> pa; s on Bevels' s to you. As you %  '••. lets befi with a : %  basic dress in either black, navy, or brown and build their accessories around it. Accents are in fabrics, textures and colors, so select a Paris pink hat of a textured fabric to dramatize your black sheath at a luncheon. Wear the same dress in the evening to a dinner party with a bib necklace of jade green stones and crystals and matching earrings. The game dress will t.ike you dancing the following niuht with a pair of dyed-tomatch sat : n Dumps %  han lb i in any of this season's bright jewel tones. Of course, you know, a foundation garment will not only make the clothes fit better, but will he!p to ci m ti fl ig those extra few pour,.;thai seem to join us about new. Stockings are considered accessories today, especially when the color matches your dress and shoes. The all-navy or all-black look is always in good fashion taste. Be cautious with the light blue, green, or red tones. Some times these colors do not blend too well with the skin tones of your legs, and the effect is not always v hal you desire. /^LOVES are like stockings; ^ they should always be worn, except for sportswear or very casual dies-. Shorties in both black and white, an;! in the long formal length glove a model's standard bal box equipment. The long g ay always be en to a less formal length,' bi be certain you wear, not carry, y iur gloves Use a tUMe a imagtnatron ht your secondary accessories. A long, slim lined umbrella with ar. Italian hand-carved handle; a soft chiffon blouse with a big bow at the neckline under severely tailored suit; a belt of fur fabric or shiny gold mesh; are b ill a few ideas to really ret< h your wardrobe. Staying ine, use enough pen so pie can appreciate %  Keep the tweedy perfu > f sports i ear and save odorlor the i .,-. iphisticated gov ns reservi fn %  eveRem iber your perfume on the pul as the scent lasts longer. Above all. once you're dressed and have carefully checked yourself over in a fuU-length mirror, put a smile on your face, and enjoj yourself. Judith Fclick Now Mrs. Shein C • Allen 8ci k Miss Berk Bride The gold weddin-: band which belongs to the bridegroom'.maternal grandmother served to unite Judith Irene Faiick and Barrj Stephen Shein in a double ring ceremony Sunday, Sept. 3. at the Seville hotel Rabbi Loon Kronish,! rf Terr.pie Sholom, performed the 1:30 p.m ceremony, which was followed by a formal luncheon at the hotel. For her wedding, the bride se; lected a traditional floor-length gov • "f alenco i uffant skirt of peau de .extending to a cathedral train. II ired a fitted • neckline reembr eed pear s, a %  s eeves. Dun Carole Berk a.id Allen arried Sunday, Sept. 3. arc i i ..moon in s;i•-.1 :. A rev. • nei -Kahn MM. Af.iV S0?.( i .'•option followed the 7 o'clock cereitiony perfomed by Rabb Norman '.'•hapiro at the Dupont Plaza hotel. l'he young couple's new address will be 454 NK 23rd st. For her wedding, the bride wore a floor-length bouffant % %  : ivory silk peau de soie with telied front skirt, circular backskirt and semicourt train. It featured an empire >coop-neeked bodice of aicncon lace it embroidered in seed pearls. The tiara was of aicncon lace and seed pearls, and the bouqii'" was a spray of while orchids, sweetheart roses and lily-of-the valley on the family Bible. Barbara Marias was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Donna David. Sheryl Berk. Nancy Berk. Verna Lynn and Arlene Bork. The newlywedded Mrs. Bork is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Berk. 2101 SVV 7th ave. She js a graduate of Miami £igh and attended the University of Florida. Her husband is a graduate of Edge Water High. Orlando, and of the University of Florida. He is a member of Florida Blue Key and presdent of his fraternity. Tau Epsilon Phi. He is now associated with the Diamond-Berk Insurance Agency. His parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bork. of Orlando, and his | lather served as best man. Ushers were Alan Ross, Jerry Ross. Dave Rich. Mike Rubin. Harry Shorstein, Harry Hoffman. Harvey Weiner and Henry Goldman. Her three-) I Fr ill :-ion veil fell from a : lib %  :' satin and lace, and > < arried white orchids on til 5 COI I rmation Bible. Matron cf honor was Mrs. Gerald Faiick. Linda Shein served as maid of honor, and Mr and Mrs John Schick were In charge of the guest book. Daughter of Mr. ar '. Mrs. Samuel If Faiick. 849 79th ter., the new Mrs. Shein :a graduate of Whitefield private school. Her husband's parents are Mr and Mrs. Maurice S1K.IV 2932 Prairie ave He is a : late Of Miami Beach High, attended the University of Florida, and is presently a senior at the University of Miami. His fraternity is Pi Lambda Phi. Stuart Blumin was best man. and Gerald Faiick. John Rauch. More) Moss and Richard Cohen served as groomsmen. After a wedding trip to Jamaica, the young couple will make their home on Miami Beach. Ardmora MRS. BARRY SHCfN tL^-^t^tC WHEN FRIENDS DROP IN.. Specializing in Formal.* Cr>cl(la;l G HOTU Bridal Attire Mother of the Bride Gowns Moli-.cr of die Groom GoWIU Btu Mifzi'dli Ooivtu PARSONS 3410 CORAH WAY Open Monday Nite Til 9 ^^ AA ^AAAAA&AAAAAAAA4 FOR YOAA KIPPUR AND AIL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS OUR SPECIALTY • ALGIERS JtoAiAt 2313 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 4-2907 OPEN 7 DAYS • 9 a.n.-ll .*. DELIVERY ANVWHEIte • "lewri By WM CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED MHvin ViCtOI MISS NIKKI KKAUS Miss Kraus Plans January Rites Mr. and Mrs. Milton (Mickey) Kraus. 4575 Adams ave.. 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Iriidcy. September 15, 1961 *Jf w is9i floridfegtr? Page 7-A Jcserh Silverman, head of the usher committee ct Temple Ner Tamid, has enlarged the tee to accommodate the capacity at(• ance at High Holiday services. Seated (] to right) are Jack Bernstein, Silverman, ( lolph Greenbaum. Standing (left to r :e Jack Greenberg, Charles S. Abrc.rrison, Dale Regent, Paul Press, Dan Piver, Dan Wagner, Irvine C. Spear and Irving Egel. Not shown are Frank Cohn, FVed J. Deutsch, Jerome Sail, Jack Axehod. Ralph Axelrod, Moses Wolf, Sol Siegel, Judge Louis Stallman, Isidore Brown, Bernard Lack, Seymour Horowitz and Ira Rachles. Serbia to Chair Benefit Dinner ] ( v .•: Serbin will be chairman „ nelil dinner lor Cedars ol ), Hospital scheduled for pi ; temple Israel. emenl ol Serbin's apP' : : was made this week by r Sapiro, hospital preside mho added that the gala i ill < oincide with the official o. date of Cedars Hospital, or many functions planned %  i ek's dedication program, < Nov. l. ner will be attended by in..civic, government, and i i aders, as well as bundi ii men and women interested ii • support of the newest 282tX -::..! to he added to Ml.i! Metropolitan Medical Conti f: kin has been actively enpaged in philanthropic projects fci number of years: He has worked with the United Fund, Iff Mt. Sinai Hospital developrri • fund, and the Combined h Appeal, and is interested ir the American lied Cross and fr. .' tierican Medical Center in I c r He also serves as treasM Temple Israel ot Greatel Miami. LEWIS I. StRBIN rung in 1953, Serbin sponseries of annual benefit • ilrnaments which attracted 1 & professionals. Babe Didriksoi be called the world's greatman athlete, and a former 0 t star, won the Serbin Open | wanted bail for the teacher. Proceeds of the event went '• the Damon Runyon Cancer Ft -.. Boy-Stealer Stiii in Custody LONDON — ulTA) — Sholem StarRes, uncle of an Israeli boy who was spirited away from his parents more than a year ago by his Orthodox grandfather, was remanded this week in custody for another wick on an Israeli extradition warrant. The warrant ac (•uses the 22-year-old religious school teacher of child stealing and perjury. Mrs. Esther Iwi, Starkes' attorj ney, 'old the police court at the hearing that her client had been j granted bail and that she again HospHcB Barnes New Director William Marnier, who for the past year was acting executive di-' rector of the National Childn n • Cardiac Hospital, habeen named executive director. .Marnier came from Cincinnati about five years ago. and was pre1 viously in the real estate business, and owner of a chain oi clothing establishments. National Children's Cardiac Hospital plans to occupy its new buildings in the Metro Medical Center in the summer ol 1002. •'and the varied business experiences of 1 William Marnier should prove ol incalulable value in solving t h e i many problems that accompany such an undertaking."' declared Leo Robinson, president, who added that "we have an essential program of fund-raising under way. since ours is a 100 percent charity institution.'' Mrs. Janette Jacobs, who has been identified with the hospital for 25 years, continues as assistant executive director. Beth Shoicm Will Fete Isadore Hecht [sadore Hecht, noted civic, philanthropic and business leader, will be honored at the Temple Moth Sholoni Israel Bar Mitzvah Dinner in recognition oi his 'devotion and dedication on behalf of the State of Israel and lsiai Bonds.'' The dinner will take place on .Sunday. Oct. 2H. at the Kden Roc hotel. Rabbi I.eon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. announced that in honor ol Hecht and in tribute to Timr-le Beth Sholom's efforts for Israel Bonds, one of Israel's greal statesmen, His Excellency Mordekhai Shneerson, A nbasaador of Israel to Mexico. Will be guest speaker. Serving as chairman of the dinner is James M. Albert, who said "the tribute to Isadore Hecht is richly deserved. He is being honored by the State of Israel, by his congregation, and by his many friends for his years of devoted and distinguished efforts on behalf of Israel Bonds." Hecht has been a dedicated lead er and worker on behalf oi numerOUS local and national causes l!e| i^ a member of the boards ol Temple Beth Sholom. Greater Miami j Jewish Federation, Mt. sinai Hospital, and Brandeis University. Under his chairmanship. Temple Beth Sholom'* Israel Bend Dinner last year achieved a record in the congregation's Israel Bond sales. On the occasion of Temple Both Sholom's Israel Bar Mitzvah Dinner, special recognition will also be accorded to the Temple's "'Oleh Regcl," Pilgrims to Israel, those members of the congregation who have visited Israel during its Bar Mitzvah year. Among them are: Mr. and Mrs .lames Albert, Mianil Mrs. David Balogh, Mr. and Mrs. William Bornstein. Cantor David Conviser, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell, Mr. and Mrs Jack Gaines, Mr. and Mrs Abe Gellcr, Mr and Mrs. Isadore Hecht. Mrs. Sam Hirsch, MT. and Mrs. Harry Horowitz. Mr. and Mrs Morry Morns. Dr. and Mrs. Ed Roth, Miami Mrs. Ben Schiek. SAMUSL RAZOff Mt. Sinai Names Purchasing Chief The appointment of Samuel Racoff as director (.1 purchasing hi 3 been announced by Samuel Gerl ner. executive director of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Racofl was formerlj assistant (purchasing director of Beth Israel 1 Hospital Boston. Mass. He had been associated with Beth Israel for the past is years. Racoff and his wife, Melba, have two sons. Barry. 11 and Gerald, L0. Workmen's Circle School Opened Workmen's Circle School. 1545 S\V 3rd st.. opened on Sept 6 with Bernard Wind as instructor. The school, a part of the cultural program of the Workmen's Circle, has been in existence for 17 years, and is accredited by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Courses are oil. red in Yiddish and Hebrew, and include Yiddish kmguage, history and literature. Classes are held from 3:30 to 1, so p m daily. 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Kol Nidre to Launch Yom Kippur Tuesday Eve
The High Holy Days resume with the advent of Yom Kippur. the Mitzvah of Barry, son cf Mr. and Oneg Shabbat will be given by the
Day of Atonement, during services in Greater Miami synagogues next Mrs. George Waas, on Saturday Sisterhood. Saturday morning ser-
i esday at Sttndown. The observance begins with the chanting of the during services al 10:45 a.m. Kol vices will ; < a.m., when the
traditional-Kol Nidre prayer. Yom Ki; on Wednesday Nidre services will start on Tues- sermon will be oi Poetic Powei
will include ; mid-morning Yizkor memorial for 'a> at I' m
THe High Holy Days conclude at Neil v. rnoon.' obs*rved'*ta*1
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morning at 8:30 a.m.. r,
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Yom Kippur will be Cantor Albert Gla i i will chant ail sermon will
Wednesday) 0:46 musi< ions I the services ol K.: v Iri '^ \\KilJ
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Friday. September 15, 1961 -Jf-nlstifkr/dFter? Page 3-3 >8 Israel Bond Women's Division Slates Bas Mitzvah Dinner Here on Oct. 22 Women's Division of the Israel diplomacy and philanthropy. Ira Bond Organization will make his-[Hirschmann, American diplomatic; tory this tall in sponsoring the first j representative and financier, will Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary volunteers stage a B lehearsal for the most important event in the lite of any new mother. "Checkinq out" their patient, Mrs. Albert Gilbert, and her three-week-old daughter, Carolyn Rose (in el chair), are (left to right) Mrs. Ky Kaplan, Mrs. Philip V.'urshaw, and Mrs. Martin Belle. Members of the Women's Auxiliary have been receiving guidance and training from hospital administrator Sanford K. Bronstein in matters of hospital procedures and proper patient care, and they'll be ready tc go to work as soon as the Cedars doors open in November this year. Classes Open To All Students Registration for religious school ris Krcvat, chairman of the board rlassi is continuing at Beth Jacob j ot education. Congregation, according to Mor-1 According to Morris B. Frank. president of Beth Jacob, classes are also open to pupils whose par ents can not afford to be affiliated with a synagogue. Rabbi Tibor Stern is spiritual leader of Beth Jacob. Faculty includes Rev. Maurice Mamches Classes, from first grade to high school, meet daily. Junior congregation Sabbath services are conducted by Morris Gewirtz. NEWI WIINO KOSHER SALAMI Israel Bas Mitzvah dinner and fashion festival to be held anywhere in the world. The gala event, to be held under the banner of the Sponsors of Israel, will take place on Sunday J veiling, Oct. 22. at the Fontainebleau hotel. Preparations for the event are being made under the leadership of Mrs. Jack Katzman. • chairman of the Women's Division. The dinner will reflect the growth and development of Israel and the friendship and recognition she has gained among the nations of the Acrid. In -•-. and visual artistry, .vlrs. Kalzman pointed out. the spirit of modern Israel Will find jnlque expression. one oi the highlights of the occasion will be an extraordinary Italian-Israeli Fashion show. In a salute to Israel's last-growing texilc and fashion industries, nine jf Italy's most famous designers, using Israeli textiles, are participaung in the uniisu.il collection to be shown lure. Coming to Miami for the occasion will be a noted personality who is equally well-known in the delda ot fashion, international Shell be Head Of Open House Mrs. Louis Goldman, 6501 Granada blvd.. Coral Gables, has been tamed chairman of the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Open House set for Oct. 5. Members of the Cedars Women's Auxiliary will conduct a tour of the first three floors of the 282 bed, non-sectarian facility now Bearing completion at 1300 NW 14th st. in the Metropolitan Medical Center. Expected to cost approximately $4'a million, one entire floor of the hospital will bo devoted to the study and treatment of heart diseases. Mrs. Goldman was formerly a laboratory technician in Mt. Sinai Hospital of Cleveland. 0., and has been active in many local welfare projects. She is immediate past president of the Miami chapter of Hadassah. be guest speaker at the Bas Mitzvah dinner. Hirschmann is a former chairman of the board of Saks Fifth Avenue, and a leading authority on Middle East affairs. Prominent in the management of several ef America's best-known retail ;. i fashion enterprises, such as EloI ir.gdale's, Bambergcrs. Lord B i Taylor, and Saks Fifth Avc u Hirschrr.ann's experiences I pa i wide gamut of international bit r eats. A former United States envoj I Turkey, Hirschmann undertook %  secret mission to the MiddU ) in 1960 under the auspicts of U.S. State Department and the I'nitcd Nations. He visited all thi countries which surround lsrat. — Syria. Jordan, Lebanon and Gaza Strip. CTllN IV KOSHER QUOEDQALAM! All pure beef Ask for All WILN0 Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Kashruth Quality Flavor WiLNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Restaurant Now Features Steak Bnnil T. i Pete) Peterson has taken over the Tamiami Trail restaurant formerly known as Stoecker's. The restaurant is now known as Peterson's Steak Place, with big steaks broiled over a charcoal grill the specialty of Ihe house. Entertainment includes johnny Silvers and his wife, Nirma, comedienne and songstress, for music and dancing. 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1 Friday. September 15. 1961 -Jmvitti nrridfirun Page 5-A Fencing Class Announced Coral Gables Youth Center, 400 Anastasia ave. and will meet each. A new adult class in Fencing for • Tuesday from 8 to 10 p.in through beginners is starting Sept. 19 at the Xov. 14. to right are Selig Miller, treasurer; SidMrs. Harry Hausman, recording secretary of Goode, congregation president; Rabbi Dade Heights Jewish Congregation. They are Richtei spiritual leader; Cantor Emanseen following the congregation's installation ridel; Eton Shapiro, vice president; end donre on Aug. 26. High School Registration Open ;,tion at li' Central He.1 School of the Bureau.of Educa 10 l is now open. i • -ion, were held WcdnesPii ebrew Higto Scnooi is at eeting 11 three geographi • ••: for Miami, at the Bu.lewi-h Education bldg., [35 \vv 3rd ave.; Coral Gables and So Miami, at Temple Zion. 570 SU i" St.; No Miami Beach, at Beth I :ah Congregation. 1051 No. Miami Beach blvd. Other classes are ir I ,-mation Staff of the Heorew High School consist] of Rabbi Shimon Azulay, David Friedman, Nathan Stern and Rabbi voshe Aspes. Herbert Beroer, aaeistant Bureau executive. directthe Central Hebrew High Si hool. The High School is open to graduates of Hebrew departments of all Jewish schools, and offers courses in Hebrew Bible, Hebrew literature, Jewish custc;ns and festivals, Jewish history, ethics and current problems, Mishna and Talmud. Over 150 students are expected to register in the program this year. The Central Jewish Library of the Bureau of Jewish Education has reopened for the season. The library contains 8,000 volumes in Hebrew. Yiddish and Judaica, and offers free lending service to the general Jewish community. The library circulated over fi.ooo volumes las; year to Jewish teachers, ruLhis, authors and scholars. Mrs. Anna Sir.tow is librarian, The Bureau's library committee consists of Mrs. Joseph Duntov, chairman .Mrs. Joseph Aoclow. Dr. Philip Gotlieb, Morris Honigbauin. Dr. Isaac L'nterman and Rabbi Allied Waxman. sjliount JVeb 5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI invitcH yon to attend Special Memorial Services conducted by RABBI SAMUEL APRIL Coral Way Jewish Center Sunday, September 17, 10:30 a.m. DR. IRVING LEHRMAN Temple Emanu-EI Congregation Sunday, September 17, 11:30 a.m. DR. IRVING LEHRMAN Temple Emanu-EI Congregation Sunday, September 17, 11:45 a.m. Ben-Gurion Hints He May Retire Continued from Page 1-A Prim* Minister made known his position to President Ben-Zvi. The letter of rejection referred dramatically to the successive Israel i Chiefs of Staff, whom the Prime Minister lauded for devotion and i ] loyalty. In his letter, the Prime j ; Minister also said farewell to colj 1 leagues in the Government "with I whom I have long been associi ated.'* Mapai rejected the Prime Min-1 ister's decision and met with him ; %  to determine under what condi-1 tions he would try to form a Govj ernment. It appeared from the j Prime Minister's letter of rejecj tion that he was less concerned | with a Mapai majority — which he did not mention — than with a; set of partners ready to work more closely with him than they did in the prior Government. RABBI GERALD LERER Flagler-Granada Congregation Sunday, September 17, 2:00 p.m. RABBI MORDECAI PODET Temple Judea Sunday, September 17, 1:00 p.m. UF Enlists 2,000 Volunteers More than 2.000 volunteers have j i been enlisted for the 1962 United 1 Fund campaign, according to j Edward F. Swenson, jr., general campaign chairman. i Swenson announced that for the period from Sept. 11 through Sept, 25, Dade countians can obtain bumberstrips and volunteer cards from any one of 1.280 gasoline stations throughout the county, dis! tributed to them by 16 oil compa| nies which have agreed to partici-1 pate in the United Fund drive for! volunteers. GREETINGS H, & F. UPHOLSTERY INC. 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Lipson WILL CHANT THE LITURGY V i" ALSO AT THE Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery 1125 N.W. 137th STREET SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, 1961 2 P.M. (This Sunday) Rabbi Solomon Schiff Rabbi Tibor H. Stern Rabbi David Rosenfeld WILL OFFICIATE Cantor Maurice Mamches WILL CHANT THE LITURGY r 'i! $ SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED. MILTON WEINER, President HYAAAN P. GALBUt OSCAR RAPPAPORT Co-Ch.irmen: Memorial Services Committee Season's Best Wishes to All JOHNNY MILLIONAIRE SHIPPING COMPANY 5327 N.W. 36th AVENUE NE 4-9275 Season's Best Wishes to All SAVAGE & CO., INC. 561 N.E. 79th STREET PL 1-9765



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Boca G B +Jewist noridian Friday, September 15, \%\ RAt VrfCMAN OF THE WEEK That saucy face of Rao (Mrs. George) Graham hasn't changed %  c • lays when she was a budd Qg young actress and did novelty ; I d sanj; on the stage. Ever • she was two. Rae took sing •;-> Bi •'..< .;-!•.lessons, and was much in demand. Her Mae We-v. m a Lady," and impers. :f Zazu Pitts always brought m le house. A most nteres (acting career, which Included bag mght clubs and on the rj.J..;, \'3cut short b> illness, thi he marriage to l. George was ;;i the service and just out of dental school, tl • -earlj married lite v..a r u I o traveling, Settled :i; tr.e Alt c Rae has beer, active in a -j-'-.n different ways V was in %  I grad and oalj i sn j irs Rag b ame pr ident of the Cl Den;" b — so sue started club work rly In Miami, she was matron of '-'.>. SI ir ^nha Omeua Ladie; Auxiliary a its first president, has beer. active in the Combined Jewish Appeal i the Greati r M •> Jewish F deration, Theatre a• v irious Irama g ips. she is working on the new Women's Com tee of tew -,.1 Family and Children's Service. Rae s biti j >b of the moment :apresident oftheSiste id >f Temple Israel. The Graham home may well an excel i ol the play, "You Cai I Take il A : • \ %  one living room wall is v th laintings done by the v hole Grs including then three boys, Michael Lei and Jon, Lee's ceramics are • much in evidence. A greenhouse is a [ i co •• irsaticil piece — not that the Grahams need any such thing. '' hey raise botanical and il orchids of which they grow hundred different kinds. Packed away in a drawer are all the and blue ribbons they have won for their orchids and table its that Rae does so well. BOrge is a health addict. He made a study cf diet. As a result. t! • Graham diet at home is sensible and correct, according to George's • tags, which include.-, health foods, unbleached sugar, and no onifl [s V he : they give those fabulous dinner parties, health foods fly I the window. George wants to have a party some day with his Ind of food lie insists that everyone will enjoy it just as much. "i remains a moot question for the time being. WHAT DID YOU SAY? The telephone connection from Israel to Miami Beach was very at th? Dr. Julian Rickles home. By the time the children. Tommy, I and Rickey, each said. "Hello, I can't hear you." the phone call v. over. Julian went to Israel as part of the twelve-man Maccabiah Team to play in the first international Jewish amateur golf match. v ma went with her husband, and her letters have been glowing. She wait to get home to run the movies that they have taken. Then BDM i really know that the whole trip was not a dream THE LATE SHOW A cute announcement from Max and Gail Spiegelman says that they used to watch the late show, and now they are in it with star Gary Allen. The picture is of a crying baby and two distiaught parLeo and Babette Ackerman and the Senior Spiegelmans are wondering when they will get in the act too. Every new grandma a:ul grandpa has to take their turn at baby-sitting. FAMOUS REMARKS At the lovely wedding of Judith Falick and Barry Shein, Judy's I ly was heard to say. "I didn't lose a daughter. I gained a closet • %  CARDS CARDS CARDS! Lucerne, Italy—Freddie and Esther Grossberg (they used to live hi i. but now live in Texas) are enjoying a quickie European trip of seeing, doing, learning and experiencing Kowloon. Hong Kong — Charlie and Jane Leeds buying the town Out. Jane won't need any more dresses for the next two years Sherman, Tex. — Dot and Leon Kaplan with their son. Stanley. traveling the highways and greatly impressed with the beauty of these Lnited States. -* HOME AGAIN Alter a 10.500-mile trip, Leo and Nola Eisensteins first stop in Miami Beach was at a supermarket to stock their refrigerator. Thev bad a glorious trip, westward to Denver to visit Leo's sister, Mr. anil Mi* Sol Cohen; then to Lake Louise at Banff, where they met the Sam Resnicks and the William Singers. The six of them all went ir. a snow buggy around the Columbia Ice Fields. Then the Eisenste.nis traveled to San Francisco, where it was Nola's turn for a reunion with her aunts. Then to Tiajuana. where Leo saw a bull fight. Ncla passed that little number up. On to Las Vegas and Pamper, Tex.. Whert the wheat grows and the oil flows. The Eisensteins really covered the United States and felt that it was a grand place to rediscover Mr and Mrs. Max Krauss just back from a vacation in Puerto Rico, "ihere they saw George and Goldye Collier and the Colliers' daughter and their family, the Lester Perles, who are living there Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vehon and son. Bob, returned from Columbi s. where they said goodbye to their daughter Betty's husband. Stephen Cohan. He is at Lackbourne Air Base, where he's a flight -1 neer on a refueling bomber. He leaves for Spain for three months, white Betty will come borne to stay with her folks and hope that Stephen gets home in time to welcome the new addition to the family. Students Take Time for Rites A gown of Italian silk with appliques of chantilly lace reembroidered with ?eed peuris was the ; choice cf Ida Brenda Glossman for her marriage to Michael FriedI berg on Sunday, Sept. 3. at the Algiers hotel. A reception and dinner followed the 0:30 p.m. ceremony performed by Rabbi Morton bfalavsky. Arlene Goldstein was maid of honor, ar.d Ruth Friedberg and Arlene Pfeiffer served as bridesmaids to the new Mrs. Friedberg. laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gl ssman, 445 SW 34th ave. Parents of the bridegroom are ": and MrLouis Friedberg. of 5152 SW 6tH st. B-st man was Raymond La Fontaine, and Norton Glossman ar.d Raymond Dickman served as groomsmen. After a wedding trip t'iroueh '•", irida ,: • y >ung couple will live in Baton Rouge, La., where they will both attend Louisiana State University, Mrs. Friedberg on a non-resident scholarship her husband with a national defense act fellowship for graduate work in mathematics. The former Miss Glossman is an horor graduate of Miami Senior High, and atte 11 I the I niversity of Miami on a Dade county scholar-1 ship. She is a member of Alpha Lambda Delia, national treshi •mi rary, and the French Club. Mr Friedberg is ar. honor graduate of '.he University of Miami, and belongs to Pi Mu Epsilofl mathematics honor society. Werner-Kahn mKS. ROBERT MANDtlt Volkman Vows Exchanged Here Miss Elaine Freefield and L Richard Volkman were united in marriage Saturday evening, Sept. 2. at the Southwest Jewish Center. ; Rabbi Maurice Klein officiated. The bride, niece of Mr. and Mrs | Charles Freefield, is the daughter ] of Mrs. Pearl Freefield and Benja ; min Freefield, both of New Jersey, i She attends Dade County Junior | College. Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Volkman, 1280 NE 155th St., North Miami Beach, is a gradi uate of Miami Beach High and the University of Miami. The new Mrs. Volkman wore a bell-shaped white satin gown, with I finger tip veil caught by a pearl %  t iara, and carried white roses. Norma Auerbach was maid of ; honor, and the bride's sister, Susan j Freefield, was junior bridesmaid. Ronnie Bernstein was best man. ; Ushers included Alan Hall, Stuart Jacobs, Robert Jacobson, Harvey Sonner and Leroy Thompson Sandra Freefield. cousin of the bride. j was in charge of the guest book. After a tour of Florida, the couj pie will reside at 1685 NE 124th st., %  No. Miami. MM. MICHA il fRIEDBtRS **, kxt ,^ Ll) rotUCK Hesr!oom Ring h Pollack Rites -1 A wedding ring which has been in the groom's family for two gi n erations scned •> unite Barbara la : Travers i R maid Pollack in Sunday, Sept. 3. The 5:30 p.m. candlelight cere mony was performed by Rabbi Leo Heim a; th:< Garden restaurant and was followed by a reception. Soloist was Mrs. B. [ssenberg, the brick'.aunt, accompanied by I.airy Blue, who also performed at her parents' wedding. Daughter of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Lawrence Travers. 121 SW 52nd ct.. the new Mrs. Pollack is a graduate of Miami Senior High, and is now a junior at the University ol Miami. She is vice president of her class, treasurer of the College of Arts and Sciences and of Gamma Sigma Sigma, president of the Student Nurses Assn., and a men >f Alpha Lambd Delta. The ivory satin gown trim with chantilly lace worn by h • ei >:-'i by her • IO ther's sister at her we Iding. S ing as maid uf honor was W I i Honey Travers, the bride'.sister, and Prancine Hodes and S i i Kaplan were her bridesmaids The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs Louis B. Pollack, cf 1021 Bay dr., Normanu.. Isle, ind s an alumnus o: the Uaiversitj ol Miami, where he was president i of Alpha Phi Omega H-s brother. Nat Pollack. best man, and groomsmen were Edward Greene and Allen Kaplan After a honeymoon trip to .la I naica. the newlyweds will live in j 'oral Gables. Noon Wedding For Mandells A high noon wedding Sunday. Sept. 3. at the Algiers hotel united in marriage Louise Susan Angel and Robert Jack Mandell. with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. For her wedding, the bride chose a short, whne lace frock and car' ried wtrte orchids on a Bible. Maid of honor was Carole Mille/. and Maxme Green. Ellen Rodenger and Nancy Norman were bridesmaids. Best man was Harvey Thalblum. and serving as ushers were Kenneth Levitt. Harry Payton and Teddy Goldberg. The new Mrs. Mandell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Angel, 1230 96th st.. and is now a secretary, having graduated from Miami Beach High and attended the University of Florida. Her nusband's parents are Mr and Mrs. Murray Mandell. of 7310 Wayne ave. He i.s an alumnus of Miami Beach High and the University of Miami, and is in the Air Force Reserve. His fraterni'y is Zeta Beta Tau. and he is acount ant. Following a reception at the Al giers hotel. Ihe young couple left for a weddnj trip to Nassau On their return they will live at 1525 Michigan ave., Miami Peach. ROYAL CROWN DERBY CHINA Posy Vine Pattern. Dinner service, for 12. 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Pxtqe GB
+Jewisti FkridUair)
Friday. September 15,
1961
nan
Women
V.CMAN OF THE WEEK
Thnt saucy face of Rae (Mrs. George Graham hasn't changed
c lays when she was a budding young actress a:id did novelty
; d Bang on the stage Ever since she waa two. Rae took singing
da icing lessons, and was much in demand. Her Mae West song,
\. m a Lady," and impersonation of Zazu Pitts always br ught
.' .11 he house. A most Inter acting career, which ln<
.in-: : night club- and on the radio, was cut short b> illness and
ii marriage to George.
Sim George was in the service and just out of dental school.
tl ej .. married life was a rou d of traveling. Settled in tr.e Miai u
i ,:. ;.. Rae has beer; active in a dozen different ways. Whi
was in I >nd grade, and onlj
Ras b \ j":e pr [dent '. the
Demo b so she started club work
early.
In Miami, she was ma:ron of Eastern
Star, founded the Alpha Omega Ladies' Aux-
iliary and was its first president, has bee
acti\,' the Combined Jewish Api the
Great M imi Jewish Federation
Theatre and various drama groups Pn tl]
she is working on the new Women's Com
tee of Jewish Family and Children's Sen
Rae's big job of the moment as pr sident
of the Sisterb id M empie Israel.
The Graham may well be take
an exce of the play. "You Can't
i One living room wall
tings clone by the whole
Gra including their three boys.
Michael i. a I Jon. Lee's ceramics are
much m evidence. A greenhouse is a
i co it irsation piece not th i Irahams need in h thing.
1 ': raise botanical and cor i] orchids of which they erow
a hundred different kinds. Packed away in a drawer are all the
i and blue ribbons they have won for their orchids and table
- jmentfi that Rae dees >o well.
George is a health addict He made a study of diet. As a result.
tl Iraham diet at home is sensible and correct, according to George's
t ings, which includes health foads. unbleached sugar, and no
s< ooin {a
When they give those fabulous dinner parties, health foods fly
i >' the window. George wants to have a party some day with his
kim of food. He insists that everyone will enjoy it just as much.
'i remains a moot question for the time being.
WHAT DID YOU SAY?
Students Take
Time for Rites
A gown of Italian silk with ap-
pliques of chantilly lace reembroi-
dered with ?eed pearls was the
choice cf I.ila Bren.ia Glossman
for her marrase to Michael Fried- I
berg on Sunday, Sept. 3. at the
Algiers hotel. A reception and
dinner followed the 6':30 p.m.
ceremony performed by Rabbi
Morton Malavsky.
Arlene Goldstein was maid of
honor, ar.d Ruth Friedberg and Ar-
lene Pfeiffer served as brides-
maids to the new Mrs. Friedberg.
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
: Glcssman. 445 SW 34th ave.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mr?, Louis Friedberg. of
5152 SW 6th It. Best man was
Raymond La Fontaine, and Nor-
ton Glossman and Raymond Dick-
man served a- groomsmen.
After a wedding trip through
!-';>nda. the young cou| live
in Baton Rouge, La., where they
both attend Louisiana State
University, Mrs. Friedberg on a
.on-resident scholarship her hus-
band with a national lefense act
fellowship for graduate work in
mathemar _____*ffS. MICHAEL fRIEDBERS
The former Mi-- -np. is an "j^^pRR^t"*J!*rs*ft*'TJ'''' ,- _.,
honor graduate of Miami Senior rleiMOOIH1 KlilZl Ifl POliaCK RiteS
High, and attended the ah Tsity
of Miami on a Dade county scholar- A wedding ring which has been dent Nurses Assn., and a me
ship. She :- a member of Alpha in the groom's famil; for two gen if Alpha I ambda Delta
Lambda Delta, national reshman rations served to unite Barbara The Ivory satin gown trii I
womi irary, and the French Gail Travers and Rona I Pollack with chantillv lace worn I
RAE
Club.
Mr. Friedberg is an honor grad
u: l of the University of Mia i
and belongs to PI Mu Epsilon
mathematics honor society
ba
t .
w.
G
r:ie telephone connection from Israel to Miami Beach was very
at the Dr. Julian Rickles home. By the time the children. Tommy,
i i Rickey, each said, "Hello, I can't hear you," the phone call
over. Julian went to Israel as part of the twelve-man Maccabiah
Team to play in the first international Jewish amateur golf match.
s. Ima went with her husband, and her letters have been glowing. She
a ait to get home to run the movies that they have taken. Then
she 1 really know that the whole trip was not a dream
* *
THE LATE SHOW
A cute announcement from Mjx and Gail Spiegelman says that
they used to watch the late show, and now they are in it with star
Gary Allen. The picture is of a crying baby and two distraught par-
Leo and Babette Ackerman and the Senior Spiegelmans are
v ondering when they will get in the act too. Every new grandma
B Kl grandpa has to take their turn at baby-sitting.
* *
FAMOUS REMARKS
At (he lovely wedding of Judith Faiick and Barry Shein, Judy's
ly was heard to say, "I didn't lose a daughter. 1 gained a closet '

CARDS CARDS .. CARDS!
Lucerne, Italy-Freddie and Esther Grossberg (they used to live;
here but now live in Texas) are enjoying a quickie European trip of <
seeing, doing, learning and experiencing .
Kowloon. Hong Kong Charlie and Jane Leeds buying the town
OUt. Jane wont need any more dresses for the next two years .
Sherman. Tex. Dot and Leon Kaplan with their son, Stanley !
traveling the highways and greatly impressed with the beauty of theseIi
United States.
* m
HOME AGAIN
Alter a 10.500-mile trip. Leo and Nola Eisenstein's first stop in
IW'omi Beach was at a supermarket to stock their refrigerator. They
bad a glorious trip, westward to Denver to visit I.eo's sister. Mr. and
Mi*.. Sol Cohen; then to Lake Louise at Banff, where they met the
Sam Kesnicks and the William Singers The six of them all went
ir. a snow buggy around the Columbia Ice Fields. Then the Eisen-
8ti ina traveled to San Francisco, where it was Nola's turn for a re
union with her aunts. Then to Tiajuana, where Leo saw a bull fight
Ncla passed that little number up. On to Las Vegas and Pamper. Tex.,
Where the wheat grows and the oil flows. The Eisensteins really cover
ed the United States and felt that it was a grand place to rediscover
Mr. and Mrs. Max Krauss just back from a vacation in Puerto
Rico. Hhere they saw George and Goldye Collier and the Colliers'
daughter and their family, the Lester Perles. who are living there
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vehon and son. Bob. returned from Colum
bus, where they said goodbye to their daughter Betty's husband.
Stephen Cohan. He is at Lackbourne Air Base, where he's a flight
er gineer on a refueling bomber. He leaves for Spain for three months,
white Betty will come home to stay with her folks and hope that
Stephen gets home in time to welcome the new addition to the family.
ki Sunday, Sepl ... had been worn b; l
The 5:30 p.m. candlelight cere ther's -'' i .it her wedding S .
r. mj was performed by Rabbi I eo [ng as maid uf honor was V,
Helm at the Garden restauranl Honey Travers, the bride's sister,
ind was follow reception, and Francine Hodea a." I -
Soloist was Mrs B. Issenberg, Kaplan were her bridesmaid*
the bride's aunt, accompanied by The bridegroom is the son
Larry Blue, who ;.:$:> performed
at her parents' wedding.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Travers. 121 SW 52nd ct..
Mr. ami Mrs Louis B. Polla
1021 Bay dr., Normanu.. i
s an alumnus o: the Universi
Miami, where he was pres i
the new Mrs. Pollack is a Graduate ; of Alpha Phi Omega
of Miami Senior High, and is now H*s brother. Nat Pollack. i
a junior at the University of Mi- j best man. and groomsmen were
ami. She is vice president of her | Edward (Irene and Allen Kaplan
Class, treasurer of the College of I After a honeymoon trip to .la
jArts and Sciences and of Gamma ; naica. the newiyweds will live w
I Sigma Sigma, president of the Stu- j Coral Gables.
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Miss Elaine Freefield and L
Richard Volkman were united in
marriage Saturday evening, Sept.
2. at the Southwest Jewish Center.
Rabbi Maurice Klein officiated.
The bride, niece of Mr. and Mrs
Charles Freefield. is the daughter
of Mrs. Pearl Freefield and Benja-
min Freefield. both of New Jersey.
She attends Dade County Junior
College.
Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Volkman, 1280 N'E 155th
st., North Miami Beach, is a grad-
uate of Miami Beach High and the
University of Miami.
The new Mrs. Volkman wore a
bell-shaped white satin gown, with
finger tip veil caught by a pearl
tiara, and carried white roses.
Norma Auerbach was maid of
honor, and the bride's sister. Susan
Freefield. was junior bridesmaid.
Ronnie Bernstein was best man.
Ushers included Alan Hall, Stuart
Jacobs, Robert Jacobson, Harvey
Sonner and Leroy Thompson San-
dra Freefield. cousin of the bride,
was in charge of the guest book.
After a tour of Florida, the cou-
ple will reside at 1685 NE 124th st..
No. Miami.
A high noon wedding Sunday.
Sept. 3. at the Algiers hotel united
in marriage Louise Susan Angel
and Robert Jack Mandeli, with
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a short, while lace frock and car-
ried wh:te orchids on a Bible. Maid
of honor was Carole Mille/. and
Maxine Green, Ellen Rodenger
and Nancy Norman were brides
maids.
Best man was Harvey Thalblum.
and serving as ushers were Ken-
neth Levitt, Harry Payton and
Teddy Goldberg.
The new Mrs. Mandeli is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Angel. 1230 96th st.. and is now a
secretary, having graduated from
Miami Beach High and attended
the University of Florida.
Her Husband's parents are Mr
and Mrs. Murray Mandeli. of 7310
Wayne ave. He is an alumnus of
Miami Beach High and the Uni-
versity of Miami, and is in the Air
Force Reserve. His fraterm
Zeta Beta Tau. and he is
countant.
Following h reception at the Al
giers hotel. I he young couple I
for a weddng trip to Nassau On
their return they will live at 1323
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Page 4-A fJewisti fhriciirin Friday, September 15, 1961 "Jewish Flor idian OFFICE and PLANT 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 Published ever>* Friday slice 1H27 bv The Jewish Florldlan at 120 N.E. Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florida. 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. -FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN E xecutive Editor The J<-wih Florldlan does not ruarantee the Kashi utta ofine merchandise advertised In tin t olun as ISRAEL BUREAU — Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year $5.00 Three Years •10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 34 Number 37 Friday. September IS. 1961 5 Tishri 5722 Our Spiritual Balance Sheet Yom Kippur commences at sunset on Tuesdcy with the traditional Kol Nidre prayer. In many ways, this observance is the" high point c: the Holy Day period. It :s on Yom Kippur that we are presumably judged— that our fate for the year ahead will ce decided and sealed. Together with Roeh Hashona, Yom Kippur stands as the most scored cf Jewish festivals. Abstinence from food is a sign of the seriousness of the occasion. Concentration on man's spiritual purpose is a hallmark of the holiday. From an objective point of view. Yom Kippur has few if any peers in the Jewish calendar of observances. The triumph of Jewish belief lies in its inclination toward a Universal Power beyond the image of man. In this sense, Jews do not approach God by seeking favors in exchange for their obeisance. God is thus impersonal in His makeup, but very personal in His relationships with His children. The triumph of Judaism emerges precisely here: physical identity, which marks most other religious beliefs, is submerged before the far greater significance of spiritual identity. For the Jew, therefore, the physical world — and himself as a part of that world — takes a back seat to the more essential core of reality: the state of the soul. And it is on Yom Kippur. perhaps more than on any other occasion, that this pre-conditioned characteristic of Judaism functions at its fullest. Stripped bare axe the inmost workings of man's conscience, which call him to account for his thoughts and deeds. The spiritual stocktaking thus becomes a spiritual cleansing, as well. Brieflv isolated horn the comfort of the world in which he lives, he must be prepared unflinchingly to examine his aspirations and ambitions, his achievements and failures. Yom Kippur evolves into a truly spiritual occasion for the Jew when his debits and credits are reckoned and posted in the kind of figures particularly disposed to the character of the High Holy Days generally: in the receptivily to spiritual values of the most exalted kind. 'Uncommitted' Conference The aftermath of the conference of "uncommitted" nations in Belgrade accurately underscored the substance of the conference itself. Seconds after the gavel put an end to the proceedings, Kwame Nkrumah, of Ghana, took off in his Russian-made airline passenger plane to race to Moscow and talks with Nilrita Khrushchev. Minutes behind Nkrumah was Prime Minister Nehru, of India, who made it into the Russian capital less than an hour later. Both had rushed to Communism's potentate ostensibly to beg him to help keep the peace. For the "uncommitted" nations, to a man determined at the outset to focus their attention on the "capitalist imperialists," were rudely ehaken from their illusions at Belgrade by the first A-burst in Nikita Khrushchev's resumed nuclear weapons testing program. (Indeed, it almost appeared that opening of the conference and the first explosion were contemptuously designed to occur together.) Only Mr. Nehru, himself, weakly suggested that the Belgrade bunch softpedal the "imperialists" and their "colonialism." There were other problems in the world today, he surmised, that seemed to pose a greater threat to humanity — the testing, for example'. But if India's self-styled prophet tried to adjust what he believed to be Belgrade's shortsighted view, he offered no resistance to one other important item on the conference aqenda: the tirade against Israel by UAR dictator Gamal Abdel Nasser. If, as Nehru saw it, charges of Western imperialist colonialism were old hat in the face of newer and more realistic dangers, it seemed nevertheless still PHYSICAL REBIRTH OF THE JEW all right to charqe Israel with being the fountainhead of capitalist imperialism in the Middle East. This was Nasser's most potent charge against the Jewish nation at Belgrade, which not even Nkrumah, a presumable Israel ally, sought to still. And how could he, plotting as he was to race Nehru to Moscow for the honor of being "first" in an interview with Nikita? It is difficult to think in terms of being fair to the purposes of the Belgrade meeting. For the presumably uncommitted nations of the world had gathered in a body as the collected conscience of "ordinary" men everywhere — men unhampered by their participation in international power politics. Yet, juxtaposed as the conference was against the terrifying Khrushchev decision to resume nuclear test* ing, it emerged with nary a word in its final resolution in criticism of the decision. ... _' Nevertheless, it must be said that the "uhcommitteed" leaders did find it ultimately in their hearts to dull the initial Nasser attack against Israel which, together with Nationalist China and the Union of South Africa, are not members of this less than august bloc. But on the larger issues they remained adament: All in all, it was a fruitless conference at Belgrade, the proof once again irrefutably emerging there that its participants are as committed as anyone else and about as uncreative a lot of leaders as ever gathered. Bormann Reported Alive The latest report out of Geneva that Martin Bormann is alive and kicking somewhere in South America gives cause fer some exciting speculation. The recent report is merely the latest in a series surrounding the whereabouts of Bormann and his effort to remain in hiding. We are reminded of the similar flurry of stories and rumors about Adolf Eichmann prior to Eichmann's uncovering in Buenos Aires. The relationship betwent Borman and Adolf Hitler was perhaps the most personal of all Hitler's friendships with members of his Nazi coterie. To capture Bormann would be to touch the quick of Third Reich history as it lies today, a presumable corpse, in the memory of Twentieth Century man. Eichmann's capture recalls the planted rumor of Eichmann's presence in Kuwait in order to flush him out in Buenos Aires. Is the report this week of Bormann's presence in Brazil being used as a similar tactic to panic Bormann elsewhere? Only time will tell, but it remains a fact of our time that Nazi Germany lives on among us long after it was burned to a crisp in a Berlin bunker back in 1945. during (he week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN writti IT SHALL bt New Year.ai .-„ ied >n the the Day of Atonemer.This i is the opening of on L 0 most beautiful prayer n th Machzor. Sadly, like nuctad the High Holiday li, JJ J our time, it is garbler on the altar of haste: and one hardly has a moment to consider the broad significance of Uie — ...-. words, before so mar0 f ... are a fistful of pages ahead, doing the same to another once-exaltl! sentiment. The prayer to which 1 refer here also inquires into th fate of humanity at large: how many will die, who by fire aid v*I by sword. ~ Certainly, there can be no more aft speculation to fit th* n a t,,r. of our age. This is precisely why "It shall be written on the Ne. Year and sealed at the Day of Atonement" has a particular ••" pith meaning for us now. and why it is all the more sad that haste ob scures its purpose. I. at least, am pressed to thir.k c f Berth nf a n the paradoxes and lies surrounding the East-Wot German conffld and of the possible consequences attending the resolution of then issues stated in terms of how many will die, who t> fire, by sword. Let me say at the outset, simply and without qualificat Berlin is !o>t. Any other consideration is pure cor< tan do I weep for ;hcity as a dying bastion of denfreedom, an outposl tt human rights and dignitj For n Berlin was never that: no;, indeed. ,.all of Wes1 a particle of that. When our tors speak of nation : n such t-. are pontificating in :.-• cess ol rationalizing an American policy in West already failed. %  -' %  who iVesI THE IMPORTANCE Cf DOUBLE RECOGNITION I^IKITA KHRUSHCHEV was right to characterize West Be; ,. ., bone in his throat. For the city contrasted violently iith it< East German counterpart: the opulence of one with the dreai ess of the other. Our" Berlin amply demonstrates the brilliant e onomie and industrial successes of capitalist Germany. "Hi.'" Berlin -loued communism to be what it is in any beginning satellite: a vicioi %  police state bent on securing its roots as a primary purpose. When the Soviet dictator threatened a separate peace treaty with East Germany, the Administration's masterminds reacted jr. term? of the 1949 American defense against the Berlin blockade. But Mr. Khrushchev outfoxed us one more time. As an alternative to launching an aggressive attack aimed at bringing West Berlin to its knees -i one giant stroke, he withdrew instead. It is beyond a question clear that the communist sealing ol the border dividing the two Berlins violates Western rights-there It is also clear that the purpose of "our" Berlin has thus been effective!) neutralized. For, to what avail the gorgeous panoply of Capitalism's produce, especially when no one is left to be moved by it: This means that West Berlin must inevitably die on the vine. The city's two and a half million people henceforth represent a survival problem — and no more. When our legislators, and some of our more arrogant newsmen, speak of them in other terms, they foster illusions and er.:^i in paradoxes to mask the fundamental issues. The Administration"* ac ceptance of the illegal sealing of the border is tantamount to tacit approval of the loss of West Berlin. Once having approved ti. act, with however much reticence, we can merely accuse the Russians -I threatening to. leave Germany entirely, nothing else* To lie, and pretend after the fact that nothing has changed, is no pohc; : suicide. If it is understood as a fact that West Berlin must now be .. ritten off. we should also be realistic enough to foresee another'inevitable legacy of World War II: the division of Germany into two separate states. It is only the determined and persistent peptalk of Dr. Adenauer and his entourage that has delayed this painful recognition. Again, when our legislators stomp for ultimate reunification, the) simply mean to sound heroic in the face of the onslaughts of principle to the contrary expounded by the Soviet Union. In addition, they an failing to tell us a very important thing. -:SILENCE Of THE ADMINISTRATION QUR OWN GOVERNMENT no more wants a reunited Germany "* than does the Kremlin. The Russians, much to our dismay and anxiety may, as ihey threaten, walk out of East Germany one of these days. But they will be doing so on their own' terms. The pup pet regime is by now well-established and can minimally fend for itself: besides. Russian troops will not be moving too far back. For Mr. Khrushchev, a divided Germany is unqualified insurance against a wholly resurgent, militaristic-ally aggressive Germany. For our own part. West Germany seems creative enough — and perhaps just a bit too restive. Divided, the nation can at least cur rently be contained within the North Atlantic Treaty Organization structure as a deterrent force against further communist expansion on the European continent. United — well, our fears frankly run parallel to those of the Russians. It is this that we are not being told, together with the fact that West Berlin has already been lost. Neither are we being reminded— for how many of us remember through the haze of propagandistic onslaught — that a divided Germany is what we imposed upon th defeated Third Reich in unison with the Russians, who were our allies during World War II. Until now, the truth to the contrary, it may have been a good diplomatic cold war gambit to press fcr : reunited Germany. But the realities of the current crisis call for a more rewarding approach. Why, then, as the Russians seem daily inspired with new maneuvers to heat Berlin to a higher degree of danger, do we repeat the same tired maxims? Why is the Administration silent, when it should be preparing the nation lor new directions and newer understanding? •:THE BEGINNING IS IN THE TRUTH THE ANSWERS COME hard. And, until they come, we see terror %  swooping down upon the land, with the spirit of the late Joe McCarthy hovering among us. Witch-hunters spread their wings, and only the most hearty, like Secretary McNamara, before the Senate Fore'gn Relations Committee the other day, can ward them off. Ignorant as we are, we are not even told the ultimate truth: the choice Continued on Pag* 11-A



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Fiiciay. September 15. 1961 fjjnist ne seems i la'deq ate for the numerous actlvitie: :J.at crowd our schedules ,-: • H-dresi id wome use the .-' ion tec! niqi as many ( an ng models. They build a %  •or; wai obe around a ten good ba • c di i ie3. Sinci -o many of you have ed me i ioul c or Itnating v i accessor a i taking port unity to pa: s on sevdels' • s '•) you. As you • rni 'is haf'i with a busic dress in either black, navy, or brown and build tneir accessor c> .i round it. Accents are in fabric-, textures and colors, so select a Paris pi".k hat of a tex;ured fabric to dramatize your black sheath at a luncheon. Wear the same dress in the evening ti a linner party with a bib necklace iade green stones and crystals a td matt earrings. The same dress will take you dancing the following night with a pair of dyed-torn a tch sat : n wimps a I h indbag in any of thi? season's bright Jewel tones. Of course, you know, a foundation garment will not only mi ke tinclothes fit better, but will help to camouflage those extra few pour..!thai seem to join us about new. Stockings are considered accessories today, i jp ii.illy when tricolor matches your dress and shoes. The all-navy or all-black look is always in good fashion taste. Be cautious with the light blue, green, or red tones. Some times these colors do not blend too well with the skin tones of your legs, and the effect is not always v hal you desire. {•LOVES are like stockings; ^^ they shculd always be worn, except for sportswear or very casual dress. Shorties in both black and white, and in the I formal length are p irt of a model'sta dai I equipment. The long gl n es i ay always be crushed down to a less formal length,' bul us be certain you wear, not carry, your gloves. Use a little im agination :n your secondary accessories. A long, slim-lined umbrella with an Italian hand-carved handle; a soft chiffon blouse with a big bow at the neckline erely tailored suit: a be!t of fur fabric or shiny gold mesh; are bit a few ideas to really stretch your wardrobe Staying str cti; use enough pen pie can appreciate • cei K • the tweedy perfti J t t >p irts vear and save th< frag ha u ting odorfor th i ... >pl I ns r< ervi ':: spi cial Remember your perfume on th.pul as the scent lasts longer. Above all. once you're dres-ed and have carefully checked yourself over in a full-length mirror, put a smile on yo'ir fate, and enjoy yourself. Judfth Fclick Now Mrs. Shein Of Allen Scrk Miss Berk Bride eption followed the 7 o'clock ceremony perfomed by Rabbi Norman '.'•hapiro at the Duponl Plaza hotel, i'he young couple's new address will be 454 NE 23rd si The gold weddins band which belongs to the bridegroom's maternal grandmother served to unite Judith Irene Falick and Barry St< phen Shein in a double ring ceremony Sunday, Sept. 3. at the Seville hotel. Rabbi Leon Kronish, cf Temple Sholom, performed the 1:30 p.m. ceremony, which was followed by a formal luncheon at the hotel. For her wedding, the bride selected a traditional floor-leru'lh %  01 Carole Berk a.'d Allen i ied Su 1 day, Sept. 3. are a hon< vmoon i; 'lass IU. A reI W • net -Kahn MBS. AliAV BOM > For her wedding, the bride wore a floor-length bouffant • I ivory silk peau de soie with >elled I runt skirt, circular backskirt and semicourt train. It featured an empire scoop-necked bodice of aiencon lace rcembroidered in seed pearls. The tiara was of aiencon lace and seed pearls, and the bouquet was a spray of white orchids, sweetheart roses and lily-of-the-valley on the family Bible. Barbara Marias was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Donna David. Sheryl Berk, Nancy Berk. Verna Lynn and Arlene Bork. The newlyvvedded Mrs. Bork is the (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Berk. 2101 SW 7th ave. She js a graduate of Miami {Jigh and attended the University of Florida. Her husband is a graduate of Edge Water High. Orlando, and of the University of Florida. He is a member of Florida Blue Key and presdent of his fraternity. Tau Epsilon Phi. He is now associated with the Diamond-Berk Insurance Agency. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bork. of Orlando, and his lather served as best man. Ushers i were Alan Ross, Jerry Ross. Dave 1 Rich. Mike Rubin. Harry Shorstein. Harry Hoffman. Harvey Weiner and Henry Goldman. 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Matron cf honor was Mrs. Gerald Falick. Lin la Shorn served as mud if honor, an Mr and Mrs John Schick were in charge of the goes! book. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Falick. 943 79th ter., the new Mrs, Shein %  • a graduate of Whitefield private school. Her husband's parents are Mr and Mrs. Maurice Shein, 2932 Prairie avc Hi' is B gt I late of Miami Beach High, attended the University of Florida, an I is presently a senior at the I Diversity of Miami. His fraternity is Pi Lambda Phi. Stuart Blumin was best man. and Gerald Falick. John Rauch, Morey Moss and Richard Cohen served as groomsmen. After a weddin,' trip to Jamaica, the young couple will make their home on Miami Beach. I > J^Ps Artlmora MRS. BARBY SHEIN tjm^^k WHEN FRIENDS DROP IN... Melvln V'i.t.n MISS NIKKI KKAUS Miss Kraus Plans January Rites Mr. and Mrs. Milton (Mickey) Kraus. 4575 Adams ave.. Miami Beach, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their, daughter. Nikki, to Jack Arnold Press, jr. 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Pcge 2-A Jewish Rcrkfiar Friday. September 15, 1361 Kol Nidre to Launch Yom Kippur Tuesday Eve The v K:;>p hfitzvafi of Batry, ton cf Mr. and ; rf Atonement. i %  | day at ftndown The I u.,' \ /,. TWe N Die ••; % % %  i i the Festiw I I % %  25 and 2 %  'I tcbuvah, the -. bat i • %  u hi< h • on Satui durir -s at 10:45 a.m. Kol aril] -:art on TuesOneg Shabbat d. Saturday moi %  iees will be at I a.m„ sermon w i ices at 6:15 p m.. and Sal v morning at 8 SO a m |( Solomon SchfH w:li speak -Portion cf the W. .,. are 10 a in Ral conduct Yum Kippur Tuesday i da> at 7 p.m Yom Kippur will be Canti: \ I be"'T %  Saturday dees. 9 ft! Be-h David Co rig re lation, %  e M r lersl R '• r %  ..•X. SI lit I n o n r, ctal Sabbal and R. Hashona ai d Y Temple Israel. 137 v* i ll li Id Frl la) evenii •• B IS p.m. Nidre chanting u ai d 9 IS p m v.%  K ppui ervice 8 .'!') a m 10 am v itffl %  %  %  %  • • %  ; p m Officiating a! will be Dr lot pi %  :• ritui en "A ler of Tem| ist .-. %  Rabbi Morris w Grafl Rabb il William Sa witz directoi the.read the Torab Y. rvicei beast < • i %  • v i rican del n it 4:4 1 banting tl Vl Temple Beth ShoKsm, e liturgy v be Ca tor Bornstein assisted bj l ; Entitle R< n i n • %  > %  I %  9:45 at 2 iai a: 4 p.m.. S lah •followng. Rabbi Kfo 'What is Any N • I /isor tirs will sical i • Coral Way Jewiih Center, B755 SW 16 b a t 6:30 p.m. • rung, 9 %  Kol N Tuesi:. i -. '. Mi,' an 15 p.m., and the Bar DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. 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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 34 — Number 37 Miami, Florida. Friday, September 15. 1961 Two Sections — Price 204 I Gotda to Head New Session's UN Delegation Mi. SALEM -MTA.—Mrs.Golda i ael'fl Foreign Minister. head the Israel (telega; the forthcoming session of i Nations General Assemi i'. utgoing Cabinet decided. I .MoJr was expected to arrive \c v. York a day or two after ior.a The Assembly con-t. 19, on the eve of Yom • Other members of this year's aticr to the UN will be Ami >sad Michael S. Comay. Ismanent representative to ed Nation?, who will asi the chairmanship of the dele gation after Mrs. Meir departs for home Ambassador Arieh Eshel, the permanent deputy representalive: Gideon Rafael and F.hud Avriel, boifdeputy directors-general of the Foreign Ministry; and Shabtui Rosesne, legal adviser to the Foreign Ministry. The (..binet also assigned five alternate delegates. They are Gershon Aver, head of the U.S. desk in the Foreign Ministry; Arthur C. A Liveran, a Foreign Ministry puty drector-general who heads the Bri'ifh Commonwealth divisShimsboa Arad and Miss Hava H.nreli, members of Israel's Irmanent mission to the United Nations; and Miss Shulamith Nardi Parliamentary observers to act as members of tints year's Assembly delegation will be selected by the new Cabinet after the new Cabinet is organized. Meanwnue tne United Nations made public this week its agenda I ir the next session of the General Continued on Page 9-A Gurion Says No To New Gov't.; "Out oi the strailness I called upon the Lord Thou hast heard my voice; hide not thine ear at my breathing ." Young patient intones this prayer at the National Jewish Hospital at Denver, free, non-sectarian medical center for tuberculosis and other chest diseases. World Jewry will usher in Yom Kippur on Tuesday evening.—(See Page 2-A.) House Unit OK's Aid Bar To Lands Practicing Bigotry WASHINGTON—(JTA)—The House adopted thiweek Ihe HV.pernRoor.ev amendment authorizing the President to withhold I S. eco-" nomic assistance from nations discriminating against Amer can citizens because of religious bias. The amendment was incorporated into the Mutual Security Appropriations Bill to remedy the deletions made in last JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion rel this week to accept President Ben-Z request that he underl formation of a new Government. The rejection was made in a lett< to the President in wh'ch the Prime M aister listed 'profound tor the security and honor of Israel' as the reason tor the decI and hinted he might retire from politics. The letter came soon after four former partners of the Prime Mm ister's Mapai Party in the former coalition took a firm position that Mapai shculd not have a majority in any new coalition, and the Prime Minister's decision was pre ] sumed to be related to this stand. | Talk* held between Mapai leaders led by Finance Minister Levi Eshkol and representatives of the former coalition partners reached an impasse. Mapai negotiators refused to bodge from the position that as the laviest and leading party, Mapai was entitled to a Cabinet majority despite the fact that, since the Aug. IS election it had only 42 scats as against the 46 commanded by the former four coalition partners. The is?ue was discussed by the Prime Minister with other Mapai leaders at a meeting of the Mapai central committee before the Continued on Page 5-A Bomb Shakes Chief Rabbi's Home in Paris PARIS—(JTA)—A plastic bomb. %  ieved to have been planted by extreme right-wing French terrorists oprc.-ed to President Charles %  %  Gaulle's Algerian policy, badly damaged the home of Chief Rabbi j down" the House ar-.ti-hias clause in ; month's Mutual Security authorz: ation bill by a Senate-House conference. The amendment was sponsored by Representatives Seymour Halpern. N'e.v York Republican, and John J. Rooney. Democrat, also of New York. The amendment was supported by chairman Thomas F. Morgan, Pennslyvania Democrat. Of the House Foreign Afiairs com mittee, and chairman Otto Pass : i i< Louisiana Democrat, of the eign Operations Appropriations sub-committee Senate elements, d'spleased by what they termed the "watering c( the anti-bias clause in US Explains UAR Rocket Sale; Offers Same Missiles to Israel WASHINGTON—:JTAi—The State Department said this week that Israel never sought to purchase American rockets of types provided to the United Arab Republic, but if Israel should now desire such rockets, the Department can see no reason why a normal export license Soviet Leaders Rebuff B'nai B'rith Request NEW YORK— (JTA)— Proposals from a United States Jewish delegation to high Soviet officials in Moscow about Jewish religion and education fcr Soviet Jews were dismissed by the officials, delegation members reported here this week Both officials gave the same answer — that such requests would have to come from synagoguein h %  Soviet Union. The delegation was made up of B'nai B'rith leaders led by Label A. Katz. B'nai B'rith pre-: I They met separately with At I ander Kutznetsov. First Deputy Minister of Culture, and V. Riasaaov, deputy chairman of the C i i r Affairs of Religious Cults. The delegation urged, that Soviet Jews be present at a forth coming international conference on Jewish education, and other future non political .natherings o." Jewish affairs, and that "as an act of friendship," the B'nai Continued on Page 8 A ate. The new amendment said: "It is the sense of Congress that any attempt by foreign naContinued on Pag* 10 A -'-•cob Kaplan h?re. Benjamin Kap-' the authorization bill, indicated Ian. the Chief Rabbi's eldest sen. | -hey would strongly back the new was injured slightly by flying amendment in the appropriations glass. The Chief Rabbi himself 1 bill when it comes before the Senthc rest of his family were out of th< city on vacation. The bomb caused heavy damage tc the apartment house where tne Chief Rabbi maintains his home, the detonation being so heavy that th-ee automobiles parked near th building were I also damaged. It wae pointed out here that the bombing of Rabbi Kaplan's home was not an anti-Semitic act but. rather, another of the terroristic manifestations by the opponents of President de Gaulle's Algerian policy. Last week, the home of Rev Marc Bergnere, former president of the French Protestant Assn.. was also bombed. Rabbi Kaplan and the Rev. Bergnere have collaborated in the movement back ing de Gaulle's Algerian policy. should not be granted. The Department's views were made known in a letter by Assistant Secretary cf State Brooks Hays to Sen. Kenneth B. Keating. Sew York Republican. The letter sought to explain why the United States gave export licenses to the i Nasser regime for U.S. Viper and I Javelin rockets but rejected Is' raeli applications to purchase Nike anti-aircraft missiles for defense j against Soviet-built jet bombers | furnished by Russia to the UAR ; i Air Force. Mr. Hays said that "in accordance with its policy of avoiding measures which might stimulate an arms race in the Near East, the United States has refrained from supplying (military) missiles to any of the countries of that region." In the State Department's view said Mr Hays, the introduction of missile weaponry under present circumstances could only add to Continued on Page 3-A DS. WILLIAM HABtrt Federation Annual Meet to Hear ORT Leader Dr. William Haber, internationally-known economist, will address; the annual dinner meeting of the ( Greater Miami Jewish Federation on Saturday, Sept. 23, at the Fontainebleau hotel. Election ot otticers will also be held at the meeting, with A J. Harris nominated to succeed Sam J. Heiman in the presidency. Heiman has been nominated for the post of honorary president, and Samuel N. Friedland as chairman of the board of trustees. The 23rd annual meeting is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Haber, professor of economics at the University of Michigan, is president of the World Organization for Rehabilitation and Training (ORT Union). He is chairman of the Hillel Foundation, and a member of the executive committee of the American Jewish Committee. He also served as advisor to Gen. Lucius Clay on Jewish affairs in Germany following World War II. and as a member of the War Manpower Commission under Paul V. McNutt. Other officer nominations to be | voted upon at the dinner inclu.ie I vice presidents. Circuit Judge Irving Cypen, Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs Stanley C. Myers. Harold Thurman, and Carl Weinkle; treasurer, Jo seph M. Lipton; associate treasurer, Ernest Janis; secretary. David Catsman; associate secretary. Cat K '. ans, Nominated as trustees are William A?ranove. Shepard Broad, Leo A. Chaikin. Leo Eisenstein. Judge Continued on Page 16-A



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...s n j th, w ovnan s "World by ISABEL GROVE from a wonderful six weeks in Europe are the Moe A Ko.-onhousos (he's the attorney) of 5035 Delaware ave., and Miss Sarah Rosenhouse Trip was a Bar Mitzvah ee whose fluency in Hebrew proved to be the com men : tor in conversations with friends and famih in France, | n d Switzerland. Italy, Germany, Austria, and ol course. Estelle. whose family name is Salpeter. was d< lighted io ol cousins In Israel by the simple expedient of lookam e in the phone book She didn't know thai they I ; rated from England many years ago [ling spectacle was the opening of the Maccabiah Games tadium in Kamat Gam Yelled themselves hoarse al S contingent, but were equally impressed with the smaller cs from New Zealand, Australia. South A'' : a B nd •• I' n alive from Katanga And now. with an album lull 0 urcs which captuxeu the excueuiem i .... u ,—_ %  himsell to ninth grade studies at the Hebrew Academy, ,, K former PTA president there, will assume her duties ',. ,, -resident ol Hebrew Academy Women her family back from Europe are the Harold R, Hirschol 4548 N. Meridian ave., who have lived there the past sons Howard and uoben a.au.ieu tin i.iiernaiio^al in Geneva, Switzerland, and aiter receiving his sheepskin, ', ... gome post-graduate work at the Souonne in Paris i ow entering the University of Michigan tor pre-ined • !" <3Tewisli Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, September 15, 1961 Sect.cn B Sol (Florence) Heilperins, of 169 NVV 97th st.. Miami .pen! their summer attending classes al Strobei, summer the Universitj ol Vienna in Austria Although he is acisi, Sol devoted his time to courses in political science iieiloerin. who teaches at the Guidance Center al the ol Miami, and was participating in the program sponihe iniivc i .-ity. concentrates on psycnoiogj tuio aij guided historical and geographic tours of the country v the proleasors in Vienna Before returning to this the senior Heilperins spent a few davs in Paris Ron associated with his father in Center Pharmacy. Hew over i to spend IK. i day wiin bis parents i i % %  .<_> %  State Pharmaceutical Assn., he and his wife, Kathy, ing a SUrvej of the pharmaceutical plants in Europe. • i d and ready for their sailing Oct. 8 on the American Line's cruise ship, the Atlantic, are Bernard tBunny) and .. Israel, oi 12200 Vista Lane. South Maim Leaving : or! Everglades, they'll sail the ocean wide with first port llaila From there they'll devote a month to visiting 'el Aviv, Tiberias. Capernaum. Jerusalem and ML Carmcl Itinerary also includes exotic sounding Algecira, Piraeus, Gibraltar and Lisbon. -e HC Ired and Harry Rogers drove to Daytona for a few days I er prior to Mildred's solo (light to visit with friends and i Philadelphia and Manhattan Mildred is the matheI (.1 wliil who Keeps ML Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary rec. such apple-pie order Harry is the music-man, so much imand, for irresistable dancing rhythms Cow from h-?r trip north in seven years somewhat dimmed for Mildred by ws which greeted her when she returned ton, Bruc" a i iber cl the Homestead Air Reserve, will he returning to active n: • i tctober i rom Beverly Hills, Calif.. Irma (Mrs. Saul) Herman, who has I siting recent emigrees, daughter and son-in-law Vicki and Friedman, writes that it's been a wonderful vacation, and her lie grandchildren, Josh and Sally, are cuter than ever However, even though the month seemed to fly. she II be glad ime home But first she plans to stop off in Chicago to naj hello" to long-time friend Sally Rue and her family. %  •* A coss country tour covering 7,000 miles also took the Gilbert -awns, of 2311 SW 64th ave.. and their three youngsters, I Shara Lee. .". and Bradley 3, wav out west ... In Denver [hey visited with Evelyns father. Si Singer, formerly of and in Los Angeles, there was a reunion witn long-umc Inends, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brandt, she's* the former Alcene I %  'eh Pick Other spots, long to be remembered, were Garden '' the Cods. Colo.. New Mexico. Las Vegas, and of course. Disneyla %  : Gilbert, who is still remembered for his outstanding /ess with the Miami Beach High School football team, is the Ol Mr. and Mrs. Arthur (Sophie) Lee. ol Miami Beach %  %  Na n cy Schwartz, exoert equestrienne, leaving soon for Gainos bul won't be permitted to have her Palomino. "Rum." with at school Daughter of Mr. and Mrs "Rob" < R.-Wi art/. 7950 Biscavne Point Circle, pretty Nancy also leaves nd a roomful of ribbons and troubles acquired on the i -ca) stern circuits Most recent, a first in the Davie Horse Show oi Sunday Fourth member oi the popular family Is brother a junior at North Miami Senior High Family dinner on r. ., given bv Bev's mother. Mrs. Rose Harris, at Mck and Arthurs, will serve to celebrate "Bob's" birthday and Nancys •or. i, farewell ... „ Other voting people now turning their thoughts to college hedules are the Buddv Feldmans Just returned from a wedflit trip to Mexico and Acapulco. with barelv enough time to set 111 their new abode in an apartment on the University of Miami pus, where the former Nancy Schonfeld is a senior and her hi stand is entering his last year at the law school Their mari %  ge took place Sept. 2 Here to usher al the ceremony was Nanc> s cousin. Dr. Gordon Gereon and his fiancee. Evelvn Bramhlett. hoiN*ncsts of ws mother. Mrs. Ethel Schonfeld-Gerson. of Coral Gables The engaged couple have plans of their own and will be married Oct. 13 m Darien. da., the future bride's home. • ** Designed to ease the leap over a milestone for Charles Freefield, wife. Marian, feted him with a "Life Begins at Forty" birthday party last week in their home at 1911 Coral Gate dr. Lots of fun when Charles showed the movies he had taken at a hoedown and most of the 40 guests recognized themselves and one another gaily following a caller's "do's and do's" and "swing vour partner" Daughter Sandra. 11V4, a Shenandoah Junior High student, enjoying the performance When Mrs. F. isn't planning parties for her family ?nd her friends, she edits the bulletin icr the Miami chapter of Hadassah ... It was farewell, bon vcvage and happy landing to Beulan (Airs. Jacob) Davis, first at a dinner at Junior's hosted by the William Agranoves. and several days later at a luncheon in the I•<-ntaincbleau hotel given for the popular secretary of the Jewish National Fund Council by Mrs. Kay Deulsch. of San Marco Isle Mrs. Davis will take with her to Europe and Israel the best M shes of Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. president of JNF. and her many, many friends Having brought honor to her organization. Miss Edythe Fleischer is being honored in return Emma Lazarus chapter. B'nai B'rith. tendering a testimonial brunch at the Algiers hotel on the 24th of this month for her superb chairing of the District 5 convention held here in June. At a Greater Miami National Council of JewDr. Lynn R. Bartlett, coordinator of women c ish Women scholarship committee meeting the university; Irving Abel, scholarship sru ere (left to right) Mrs. Zachary F. Bailey. Secdent; end Mrs. Sidney Lewis, president. Greed ticn scholarship chairman; Dr. Franklin Wiler Miami Section NCJW. Iiams, vice president. University of Micmi; Scholarship Winners Introduced Here Scholarship committee ol the Greater Miami Section. National C cil ol Jewish Women met recently al the home of Mrs Louis Schneiderman, 830 Paradiso ave., Carol Gables. oduced by Mrs. Zaeharj F. Bailey, chairman, honored guests wen Dr. franklin Williams, vice president ol the Universitj ol Mia I, and head of its scholarship •; loan department; Dr. Lynn R. i -,r-i, M coordinator ol women at the University of Miami: and Mrs. i.( wis, preside-. I of the Greater Miami NCJW. Williams presented the (olstudents who have been awarded Council scholarship for the I .'ining year: [rvini Abel, third year engineering student; Sharon Press, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Press, third year education major; Mitchell Klein, -"n of Mrs. Stephanie Klein, a Junior in the school of business administration; .UM] Eve> lyn Fuenlcs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carli •' Fuentes, <• junior in th< school of electrical engineerGreater Miami Section has sponsored a scholarship prom am at the University of Miami since 1925, the year It opened, since then. every year, tour qua!.lying students, graduates of Dade county high schools, have attended the University under this program Council also sponsors other community services, among them an extensive Braille program in the Dade county public schools, and a volunteer service program for leisure-time activities fo residents at the Malcolm Ross Day Center lor Senior Citizens, and al the Jewish Home for the Aged in Don -las Gardens. Mrs. Helen Kutner (right), co-chairman of Temple Judea Sisterhood's hospitality committee, pins welcoming corsage on Mrs. Moidecia Podet, wile of the Temple's new spiritual leader, during a "Getting to Know You" meeting held recently. Mrs. Davig Goldberg. Sisterhood's president, looks on. Post-Yom Kippur Dance On Wednesday. Sept. 20. Temple Aoath Yesnurun will hold Its annual post-Yom Kippur cance at its new air-conditioned building, i<25 Miami Gardens dr.. NE lSird st. The Valara Society Orchestra will furnish mu-ic for dancing. Chairman is Mrs. Jack Lipsincr. Mrs. Gladsden To be Hostess Mrs. Norman Gladsden, of 3200 CaklM -t.. Coral Gables, a Life Guardian of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, will entertain the Cedars Auxiliary executive board at a Colfee in her home on Tuesday, 10 a.m. Auxiliary' president, Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, and Mrs. Louis Goldman, chairman of the hospital Open House on Oct. 5, will outline the day's program ar.d discuss arrangements for tours of the first three floors. Also on the agenda will be a review of forthcoming Itind-raising activities in behalf of the hospital, climaxed by the Golden Gilt of Guardianship luncheon on Nov. 10, at the Fontamebleau hotel. Regular Fall Meeting Slated I rsl regular meeting ol the season of the Sisterhood of Beth Israel Congregal cm will be held on Wednesday noon. Sept. 27. A'exand< r Moscovits, newly-elcc%  ( -.(!( r... will c o r. d u c t the meeting. Mrs. Prank Fine, program chl it man. will present a skit introducing chairmen of standing committees. Taking part will he Mcsdames Hyman Galbtit. fund raising; Charles Insler, telephone; Murray Berkowitz, hospitality; Max (iullman. social: G eor g c Hechter, publicity; Irwin Makovsky. adult education; Gerald Greenberg, prize books. Among the other officers to be introduced are Mesdamrs Maurice Go.'dring. vice president; Henry GrOUdan, treasurer: David Harmon, financial secretary: I. H. Mell man, recording secretary: Max Cohen, corresponding secretary; and H. Ixiuis Rottman, chap lain. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. spiritual leader of the congregation, wiil be guest speaker. Coral Way Center Donee Community post Yom Kippur fl.ir.ee will be held at Coral Way Jewish Center on Wednesday evening. The dance will feature noted singer Napolcan Reed. Johnny Masters and his band, from La Kcr.de room ol the Founlaineblcau hotel, will play [or dan<



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Friday. September 15. 1961 %  Itniit thricHnn Page 9-A Adath Yeshurun Appoints Cantor Cantor Abraham M. Reisman has attended Yeshiva Chayei Olom in been appointed eantor and edueaVean sheonm. He is a graduate turn supervisor at Adath Yeshurun Temple. o l ,nc Mizrarhi Theological Semi,, r narv of Jerusalem, and also stuCantor Reisman. lormerlv of J Temple Beth El, ol Harnsburg. died at Yaie school of mu.MC :n New Pa., was born in Jerusalem, and Haven, Conn. Cantor Reisman studied voice with Robert Weigister at Carnegie Hall, and is a graduate of the Institute of Hazzanuth. In llarrisburg. he was president of the ZOA district there and a member of the Pennsylvania state advisory hoard ol the organization. Left to right are Steve Wayner, Boy's Tag Day chairman; Sandy Kandel, Girl's Tag Day chairman; and Marty Sachs. South Florida Council Godol. Marty also served as Boy's cr.cirman for the 1960 Tag Day of the B'nai B'rith Youth Coun:.'. of South Florida. Funds are for the National Cvstic Fibrosis Research Foundation. South Florida chapter's annual effort was held Aug. 28 this year, with some 300 teen-agers collective over S1.7C0. Co-chairmen were Sandy Kandel, of Tags BBG, end Steve Wayner, Killel AZA. Golda to Head UN Delegation Continued from Page 1-A A>" ;rr>ly. Among more than 90 Hi to be placed before the W) members ol the UN. only two af(eel IradAiab relations directly. The> ..n : 1 The Arab refugee situation, to In rii hated in the context of the ,in ;.l report'of the United Nations In ii: and Works Agency for Pal i i Refugees : n the Near East; '. 1 •( further status and operation e l.'nited Nations Emergency Force, on guard against Infiltration ot Israeli territory or international waters %  on.the borders of iii Gaza Slrip and on the shore of the Gulf of Akaba at Shaim elSheikh, in the Sir.ai Peninsula. A total ol 1.151.024 Arab refugees were registered as eligible for relief by the United Nations IRelief and Works Agency for Pal | stine Refugees, according to an i announcement made here by the ON. The announcement stated I >hat the figure would be included %  i n L'NRWA's forthcoming annual report 1o the General Assembly. ; This is an increase of 40.024 in :he overall registration of the j Arab refugees in the year ending ,Jii"e 30. 19>1. See Europe, Greece and Israel for only *21 a day! SS. ATLANTIC sails from Port Everglades, Oct. 8 on a 32-day Sunlane Cruise ... 3 days at Haifa for tours in Israel fares begin =.s low as $690*! : inv popular sun resort, you can spend $21 a day for only a hotel room. Meals and other expenses are extra. And you see only one place. But on this special Thrift Sunlane Cruise...aboard the splend d. seagoing hotel, S.S. ATLANTIC...you can visit and sightsee 11 LISBON, NAPL F.S.ATHENS. PAI.MA. GIBRALTAR. ..and atop 3 days at HAIFA so you can take special low-cost tours ol modern and ancient ISRAEL! Aboard ship, you'll find every American comfort. Your airconditioned stateroom has its own private bath with tub or %  ewer. You can enjoy the sun decks, or take a. dip in the open-air pool...see a first-run movie, or be entertained in one of the ATLANTIC'S handsome lounges. ... On all American Export Lines ships, good food is or great importance. You Will appreciate the ATLANTIC'S regular American and Continental cuisine. For those who wish it, authentic Kosher meals will also be available. Sail from New York or Florid*. The cruise leaves New York City Oct 8 and Port Everglades, Fla., on Oct. 8... returning to New York on Nov. 9, 1901. For more details about this fabulous cruise, see your Travel ent. Or write to American Export Lines. Wept. M. Ain-lcy i Idg., Plagler St. and N.E. First Ave.. Miami Florida. •*.-J4, 1/ yon prtjtr to itay aboard thip during the hrael RB S.S. ATLANTIC AMERICAN EXPORT LINES 120* AINSLEY BUILDING, N.E., FIRST AVE. FLAGLER ST., MIAMI, FIA. • fllBMH 7-403* ft f t ft f f f t ft 4*4S428 Between Oct. 1 and March 31. Cunard Eagle will fly you to London from Miami* for only $428 round trip (17-day economy class excursion fare) on jet prop Bristol Britannias. (Connections to Paris and Rome only $135 more round trip.) See Europe now. Prices are at their lowest for transportation, hotels, food, entertainment. See your travel agent, drop in at any Cunard Line office, or call FR 7-2011 in Miami. CUNARD EAGLE AIRWAYS ft f t f f f f f ft ft ft ft ft VIA NASSAU stopovef t no extra fare. Operated over routes of C EStlwnas.



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Bag* GB *• Jewish n-rridHar Friday. September 15, I9$i We th. Women r RA[ V.CMAN OF THE WEEK Tint saucy face of Rae (Mrs. George Graham hasn't changed c %  lays when she was a bidding young actress and did novelty ;. and sang on the stage. Ever since she was two, Rae took singing %  lessons, and was much in demand. Her Mae West sor.g, v. m a Lady," and impersonation of Zazu Pitts always br %  .' -ii the house. A most interesting acting career, which Included bag i night club* and on the rad.o, M as cut short by illness tl i he marriage to George. Sine • George was in the service and just out of dental school. II• i'j .. married life was a round o' traveling, settled in tr-.e Mi ( Rae has been active in a d )--:n different ways. When • was i". tl nd grade, and onl> old. Ras became president oi the dren's Democra ic Club — so she started club work early. In Miami, she was matro" of Ea! Star, founded th< Alpha Omega Ladies' Auxiliary and was its first president, has been active in the nbined Jewish Appeal and the Greater M ami Jewish Federation, Theatre an. I various drama groups Presently. she is working on the new Women's Com tee of Jewish Family and Children'Sen ce. Rae's biii job of the moment Is apresident of the Sis) • lOOd I" Temple Israel The Graham home may well he taken as I an excellent example of the play, "You Can't Take ii I* l \ One living room wall is covered with paintings done by the whole including their three I | Michael, Lee and .'on. Lee's ceramics are io raue!; in evidence. A greenhouse is a great -rsation piece not that the Grahams need" any such thing. 1 i raise botanical and commercial orchids of which they grow er a hundred different kinds. Packed away in a drawer are all the • i and blue ribbons they have won for their orchids and table iments that Rae does -.o well. sorge is a health addict. He made a study of diet. As a result, the Graham diet at home is sensible and correct, according to George's til ings, which includes health toads, unbleached sugar, and no b< onings. Whe : they give those fabulous dinner parties, health foods fly < the window. George wants to have a party some day with his I nd of food. He insists that everyone will enjoy it just as much. Thai remains a moot question for the tune being. -* WHAT DID YOU SAY? T;e telephone connection from Israel to Miami Beach was verv Bl th Dr. .Julian Rickles home. By the time the children. Tommy". I.', and Rickey, each said. "Hello, I can't hear you." the phone call v over. Julian went to Israel as part of the twelve-man Maccabiah G< Team to play in the first international Jewish amateur golf match. sI ma went with her husband, and her letters have been glowing She can • wait to get home to run the movies that they have taken. Then %  '•• I really know thai the whole trip was not a dream THE LATE SHOW A cute announcement from Max and Gail Spiegelman says that thej used to watch the late show, and now they are in it with star Gary Allen. The picture is of a crying baby and two distraught parLeo and Babette Ackerman and the Senior Spiegelmans are v.ordenng when they will get in the act too. Every new grandma and grandpa has to take their turn at baby-sitting. FAMOUS REMARKS At the lovely wedding of Judith Falick and Barry Shein, Judy's daddy was heard lo say, "1 didn't lose a daughter. I gamed a closet • • CARDS CARDS .. CARDS! Lucerne, Italy-Freddie and Esther Grossberg (they used to live IK I but now live in Texas) are enjoying a quickie European trip of Seeing, loing, learning and experiencing Kowioon. Hong Kong Charlie and Jane Leeds buying the town Oi.t. Jane won't need any more dresses for the next two years Sherman. Tex. Dot and Leon Kaplan with their son, Stanley, tiavelmg the highways and greatly impressed with the beauty of these Lniled States. HOME AGAIN After a 10.500-mile trip, Leo and Nola Eiscnsteins first stop in Miami Beach was al a supermarket to stock their refrigerator Thev had a glorious trip, westward to Denver to visit I-eo's sister, Mr and Mi* Sol Cohen; then to Lake Louise at Banff, where they met the Sam Kesnicks and the William Singers The six of them all went m a snow buggy around the Columbia Ice Fields. Then the Eisen Bteina traveled to San Francisco, where it was Nola's turn for a re union with her aunts Then to Tiajuana, where Leo saw a bull fight .\. la passed that little number up. On to Las Vegas and Pamper. Tex Wbl re the wheat grows and the oil flows. The Eisensteins really covered the United States and felt that it was a grand place to rediscover Mr. and Mrs. Max Krauss just back from a vacation in Puerto Rico. There they saw George and Goldye Collier and the Colliers' daughter and their family, the Uster Perles, who are living there Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vehon and son. Bob. returned from Columns, where they said goodbye to their daughter Bettys husband Stephen Cohan. He is at Lackbourne Air Base, where he's a flight er*meer on a refueling bomber. He leaves for Spain for three month', while Betty will come home to stay with her folks and hope that K ^^hen gets home in time to welcome the new addition to the family Students Take Time for Rites A gown of Italian silk with appliques of chantilly lace reembroidered with seed peyris was the choice cf I.ila Brenda Glassman for her marr age to Michael Friedberg on Sunday. Sept. 3. at the Algiers hotel. A reception and dinner followed the t:30 p.m. ceremony performed by Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Arlene Gild stein was maid of honor, and Ruth Friedberg and Arlene Pfe: f fer served as bridesmaids to tho new Mrs. Friedberg. laughter of Mr. and Mr-. Albert Glossman, 44-5 S\V 34th ave. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Friedberg. of 5152 SW 6th st. Best man was Raymond La Fontaine, and Morten Glossman and Raymond Dick: man served agroomsmi After a wedding trip through Florida, the your.'.; couple will live in Baton Rouge, La., where they ; will both attend Louisiana State I University Mrs. Friedberg on a tion-resident scholarship, her hus; band with a national defense act fellowship for graduate work in : mathematics. The former Miss '•' • >man is an honor gradua if M B ni Senior j High, and attended the University of Miami or. a Dade county scholar ship. She is a member of Alpha Lambda Delia, national ireshman Aomei: \ orary, and the French Club. Mr Friedberg is an honor graduate of the University of Ml and belongs to Pi Mu Epsilon, mathematics honor society. Vf.'S. MKHAH MIEDBtRS V--'-— -T %  i!- ther's sisti r at her wed ling S :ng as mail uf honor \as V. Honey Travers, the bride's sister, and Fia ,.cine Hodes and > Kaplan v ere her bridesmaids The bridegroom is the so Mr. and Mrs Louis B. PoIIai 1021 Bay dr., Normand., Isle s an alumnus o; he University ol Miami, w here he was presi :< il af Alpha Phi Omega Ws brother. Nat Pollack, v i best man. and groomsmen. M re Edward Greene and Allen Kaplan After a honeymoon trip to .la ; naica. the newlyweds will live I>I I "oral Gables. Noon Wedding For Mandells \Wrn*r-Kahn MRS. ROBERT MANDELl Volkman Vows Exchanged Here Miss Elaine Freefield and Li Jtichard Volkman were united in marriage Saturday evening, Sept. 2, at the Southwest Jewish Center. Rabbi Maurice Klein officiated. i The bride, niece of Mr. and Mrs Charles Freefield, is the daughter' of Mrs. Pearl Freefield and Benjamin Freefield, both of New Jersey., She attends Dade County Junior College. Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Volkman, 1280 NE 155th St., North Miami Beach, is a gradi uate of Miami Beach High and the | University of Miami. The new Mrs. Volkman wore a • bell-shaped white satin gown, with finger tip veil caught by a pearl : tiara, and carried white roses. Norma Auerbach was maid of j honor, and the bride's sister, Susan! Freefield. was junior bridesmaid, i Ronnie Bernstein was best man. Ushers included Alan Hall, Stuart Jacobs, Robert Jacobson, Harvey; Sonner and Leroy Thompson San-j dra Freefield, cousin of the bride, j was in charge of the guest book. After a tour of Florida, the coui pie will reside at 1685 NE 124th st., j No. Miami. A high noon wedding Sunday, Sept. 3. at the Algiers hotel united in marriage Louise Susan Angel and Robert Jack Mandell. with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. For her wedding, the bride chose a short, white lace frock and carried wh : te orchids on a Bible. Maid of honor was Carole Mille/. and Maxine Green, Ellen Rodenger and Nancy Norman were bridesmaids. Best man was Harvey Thalblum. and serving as ushers were Kenneth Levitt, Harry Payton and Teddy Goldberg. The new Mrs. Mandell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving j Angel. 1230 96th st., and is now a secretary, having graduated from Miami Beach High and attended the University of Florida. Her nusbands parents are Mr and Mrs. Murray Mandell. of 7310 Wayne ave. He i* an alumnus of Miami Beach High and the University of Miami, and is in the Air Force Reserve. His fraternr Zeta Beta Tau. and he is a countant. Following a reception at the Algiers hotel, I he young couple left for a weddng trip to Nassau 0 i their return they will live at 1925 Michigan ave.. Miami Beach ROYAL CROWN DERBY CHINA Posy Vine Pattern. Dinner service, for 12. Tea, coffee, fruit plates, demi-tasse and servinu dishes. 160 pcs. Leaviry, country must dispose. 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friday. September 15. 1361 +Jmlsto noridffon Page 5B MBS. PHIUP THAU Brandeis Group To Hear Report Echoes from Hadassah national convention held recently in Denver, Colo., will be heard by mem b.-. • Brandeis group when its president, Mrs. Philip F. Thau one of the three delegates represent::.-; tlu' Miami Beach area, relates how the national convention prove i that the world's work is done by busy people and that Hadassah work Is akin to a post-gradujt* course in the art of living. She will report to her group at i first -inoral luncheon meeting of the new year on Monday, 11:30 a.m.. at the Fontainebleau hotel. The occasion will also feature a program by the well-known grapho:oi:-t. Mrs. Charlotte Leibel. Knesset 'Speaker" Back at Work By Special Report The unique distinction of being the world's only woman deputyspeaker of a Parliament belongs to Israel's Beba Idelson, according to Mrs. Clara Leff. national president of Pioneer Women, the Women's Labor Zionist Organization of America. Mrs. Idelson nas just been reelected to her post as Deputy Speaker of Israel's Knesset, of .vhich she has been a member since the founding of the State in 1948. Speaker of the Knesset corresponds to the position of Speaker >f the House in America. Mrs. Idelson also holds the title of general secretary of Israel's largest and most powerful wom;n's organization, the 385.000-mem ber Working Women's Council Moetzet Hapoalot), associate orjanization of Pioneer Women in America. In Israel's Parliament. Mrs. Idelson is well-known as a champion of new immigrants and an advocate of new ideas. She has :'ought for women's rights, national nilitary service for women, a civil nariage and divorce code, and injome tax laws recognizing the spe oial requirements of the working woman. During World War II. she was instrumental in the creation of the ;'ATS, the Women's Army Corps, .vhich served in the British Army. Post-Holiday Dance Scheduled Dade Heights Jewish Congregawill act 3s master of ceremonies, tion will have a Post-Yam K l '• there will be re its dance on Saturday evening, Sdpt. | and pr '•' 23. February Circle of Sisterhood, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Featured will be comic Larry D ona ld Hershey. Circle leader, and King, of WAME. and a four "r-. Jack Goldstein, will b^ in band for dancing. Danny Stein : charge of the event. have a truly luxurious wedding I! bar • %  Zwah banquet at the exciting MRS. BtBA IDttSON Gotten to be Installed Lawson Little and Henry Picard Will be installed in the PGA Hall of fame during the 45th annual meeting of the Professional Golfers" Assn. at the Diplomat Hotel and Country Club. They will be formalls inducted on Nov. 7, during the annual President's Dinner Diplomat Country Club. RESORT MOTEL L WO AID'S MOST LUXURIOUS PERSONALIZED CATERING TO BANQUETS SMALL OR LARGE DINNER PARTIES, ENGAGEMENTS, BAR MITZVAHS, W330INGS and ANNIVERSARIES SJPERIATIVE SERVICE and lh WORLD'S FINEST FOODS! CALL ARTHUR TElCHNER CATERING MANAGER For Compl*t Information Aaron Courshon Paul and Albart Pellak Ownar-Mar>3m*nt Wilson 7-4521 Ofl rhe Ocean at 185th St. Miami Beach, Florida Miami Hadassah To Open Season Miami chapter of Hadassah will open the 1961-62 season with a series of luncheons to be held Monday noon. Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, president, has promised to attend each of the luncheons and extend a personal welcome to invited guests. The occasion marks a tribute to all members of Hadassah in good standing. Prospective members and friends are also invited. The various groups comprising the Miami chapter have prepared musical programs, and speakers will address the gatherings. Complete arrangements for their respective luncheons have been made by the Albert Einstein group, to be held at Congregation Yehudah Moshe, 137th st. and W. Dixie hwy., Mrs. Seymour Baron, president; Menorah group, Pythian Hall, 4601 W. Flagler st., Mrs. Stanley Tinter, president; Mt. Scopus group, Coral Gables Women's Club, 1001 % E. Ponce de Leon blvd., Mrs. Morris Lauretz, president; Torah group. Airliner motel, 4155 NW 24th st., Mrs. Max Swartz, president. Naomi group will hold a golden membership ball on Saturday evening, Sept. 23, at Temple Za| mora. Paid-up and prospective ; members will enjoy dancing and entertainment. In charge of further information ; is Mrs. Norman Chasin, member, ship vice president of Hadassah i chapter. Mrs. Bryant Is Chairman Mrs. Farris Bryant, wife of Florila's Governor, will serve as honorary chairman of "Sight Saving Month*' throughout the state during September, conducted by the Florida Society for the Prevention of Blindness. Announcement of Mrs. Bryant's acceptance of the chairmanship was made by Mrs. Robert S. Baynard, of St. Petersburg, president of the state Society, which is a chapter of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness. Comedian Bob Hope is national chairman. "The crusade to prevent blindness is of grave concern to many Americans." Mrs. Bryant said. "We are anxious to recruit new workers in this worthy effort and | feel that it is deserving of every individual's interest and help." hbuloos efcjaneu it sensibi* pr.ces! 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MI AMI BEACH Women's Division Opens Season Women's Division of the Israel Bond Organization will open the New Year with its first meeting at a breakfast given by Mrs. Jack Katzman at her home, 3122 Pinetree dr.. on Friday, at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Katzman, chairman of the Women's Division, indicated that plans for the Women's Division fall activities will be discussed, including the Bas Mitzvah dinner Oct. 22, the Chen reception aboard the SS Jerusalem on Nov. 19. and the Ambassador's Ball at the end of December. fc H.ve> that Business Mettflntj> Special Occasion 4 You'll find complete* ff facilities to exactly satisfy W your needs in the Kismet, v Aladdin, Scheherazade and) Rubaiyat Rooms, be It for a wedding or a private party I (at th tor Informations HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRECTOR JE 1-6061 sett* st. a Conine •••


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Page 16-A +Jewlsi> noridSar Friday, September 15, 1961 Interpol Accused of Aiding Nazis Elude Arrest By Special Report NEW YORK — Nazi officials ac-' cussed of crimes again-t Jews dur-: tug the Hitler period have been helped to escape prosecution and find haven outside Germany by i the refusal of the International Police Organization (Interpol) to co-' operate in their capture and arrest, the American Jewish Congress charged here Tre Jewish group released the text of a letter it had sent to J. Edgar Hoover, director of the Federal Bureau ot Investigation, tiring that I'.S representatives at the intrrnational police body's General Assembly seek a change in Inerpol policv on the issue. The Interpol Assembly opened in Copenhagen. Denmark, on Sept. 4 and adjourned last Saturday Heading the American delegation "o the Interpol Assembly was Arnold Sagalyn, director of Law F.ntorcement Coordination of the Treasury Department. The letter, signed by Will Maslow, executive director of the American Jewish Congress, deplored as "unthinkable" the fact that Nazi officials have been "aided in their escape from justice" by the unwillingness of Interpol to remove the "gratuitous and needless restrictions" which it has placed upon itself in the apprehension of Nazi criminals. Maslow explained that Interpol's attitude apparently s r ems from a resolution passed at the organiza-1 tion's General Assembly in Lisbon in 1951 calling for non-intervention "in questions of a political, reh%  gious or racial character." The American Jewish Congress leader said it was obvious that In-! terpol "cannot allow itself to be propelled into the domestic poht ical controversies or the internal racial or religious contlicts of various national governments But such examples are "vastly different from an offer of assistance in the apprehension of those person. responsible for the annihilation ot Kuropean Jewry." he declared. %  adding: "These acts of mass murder can ir. no way be assimilated to act.-! amounting to political crimes The destruction of the Jewish communities of Europe was an act of unparalleled racial persecution sufficiently gross and extensive in character to constitute a crime against all humanity In urging that Interpol differentiate between political crimes and acts of genocide such as perpetrated by the Nazis ajainst the Jew-, Maslow ci'ed a State Department memorandum to th U.S. Supreme Court during the extradition proceedings brought against Andri ja Ariukovic. former Minister of, the Interior in the puppet Croatian government established by Hitler. In the memorandum, the State Department expressed the view "that the offense of murder, even though committed solely or predominantly with the intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical or religious group, is r.one the less murder within the meaning of the Extradition Treaty here involved (U.S.-Serbian) and is not thereby rendered an offense of a 'political character' within the meaning of Art. VI cf the above mentioned treaty." The American Jewish Congress litter also cited a provision in the Universal Dr-clara ion ol Human Rights that the ri'^ht to seek and ,'iijoy asylum "may not be invoked M the (;.%  'A prosecutions genuine; arising from non-political crimes ir from acts contrary to the purpec.-, and principles of the United Ma t ions. "< Maslow asked thai 'he U.S, delegation to the Interpol meeting support an amendment to the 1951 Interpol resolution "to insure that its terms w'll not apply to the pursuit or appreiiension of persons ac(ist.I of acts made punishable by the Charter of the Nurembjr^ Tri':, :;•>! or the C.enocide Convention. "We earnestly hope.' the American Jewish Congress letter stated, ha: tie Cope-ha,'en Assembly will clarify its policies and will dir.ct In'.erpol to make available its facilities and services in the worldwide search for Nazi and Fascist criminals that stand accused and untried lor atrocious crimes againsl Jews and other minorit ies." VV/U MASLOW Federation Will Hear ORT Chief Continued from Page 1-A Milton A. Friedman, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Sam A. Goldstein. Dr. Morris Goodman. M. J. Kopelowitz.' Sam C Levenson, Ben Meyers. Joseph M. Rose, Arnold Seeder and! Mrs Samuel Simonhoff. Nominated to serve as honorary ; trustees are David Phillips. Harry! Sirkin. and Mrs Carl Weinkle Reservations may be made for | the annual meeting at the Federation office. 1317 Biscayne blvd. To All New Year Greetings V. icrrc CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach 9473 HARDIKG AVENUE Surfside HAIERDASHERY 35th Year on Miami Beach BRUNCH MC Lunch kit of pliable vinyl with vacuum bottle) Ideal for car, picnics. LADY tUITOH WALLET In <• tique white saddle cowhide. Convertible. Ihin silhouette. LORD IUXT0N WALLET Black saddle cowhide. No stitches to rip or wer out. 6E ELECTRIC CLOCK — with ad justable alarm Accurate and quiet, no regulating. MLfWJ UMECE SET Of CHINA — Floral design goes with any decor, from Colonial to Modern. If PIKE STAINLESS STEEL table ware sal by International Silver Co. Stain, rust resistant. 6ENEUL ELECTRIC NEATIM RAO 3 speed wjrmlh, pushbutton control, washable cover. •LAID TIAVEl HI 21 long, I3 l 2' high. 6 deep. Zipper, lock, key. Tartan plaidFREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS from anywhere in the United States. Savings Accounts opened or added to through the 10th earn from the 1st. current annual rate 'One to a family. Sorry, no gifts by mail. Se Habla Espanol DOWNTOWN: 100 N. E. 2nd AVENUE BRANCH: BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA FREE PARKING FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF^IIAMI / EACH ACCOUNT INSURED UP TO $10,000 BY THE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION



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Friday, September 15, 1961 -Jewisii fhrkMwi Page 15-A Mortgage Investment Firm Offers 'Small Man 1 Safe Return for Dollar The lucrative firt mortgage mar-1 Since completing registration almost exclu with the SEC early this year, the '. jnce >' large investment company has expanded its opera• pened to rellions into seven states, Washington, .lively -.-nail. lual investors D.C., and Puerto Rico. %  ihii • TIL > %  ;•%  kwestwent Fmin. ,,.•.. % %  %  %  •• >• %  Biscayne blV d. "While most of our inves^w are [rom large cities, like metropolitan I. ,i A i the l S. Securi-i M iami, our funds are used to proiange 4 mmission as vitle mortgage money for home securities, Mortactually functions f. an investment construction in the rural areas and small towns outside the servici areas of FHA lei stitutions tru I tger, president, examl savings and p. i tions," Unger "Tnt secc'i'iss we deal in are first -ortgj-ji-i. fully insured aaaifUt loss ^ aoH> principal and intere:ari the, are available re the ^dividual investor at sums as lov. as S13W," Unger said. Rate :f InttWt** is 7 per cent." gage investment wa ced nit by l r nger's ••This makes us non-competitive with these irge lending Institutions, and a? I I i ime time gets us Into a mi" a tremendous backlog of home-building needs has built up because, heretofore, first mortgage money has not been readily available." The Miami Beach orancn office ai • -; of its type l9 located at 1212 Washington ave.. lo be n the SecuriE iang Commission. "II eal inly, to someserva ivestors, look : sound' invest%  h a -: istantial return. an i n e which offers a •:•.. but involves jses," linger pointed out. "Oui lves fs are fully protectagi %  -; 103S if both principal -.. %  ler an insurance worked jut by United Company, a nationally ating Ui3urj ice tirm based in [ndiani; >Us, "All • u r investment contracts cover ; ve-year periods, include if .; and repurchase agreements. nd prov de for automatic reinvestment, if desired. "Under the repurchase agreement, the investor can collect the lull tin; aid balance on his mortgage note plus accrued interest, at the enc of the five-year period of l he contract, if he wishes to do Mor'cage Investment Foundation, established in 1953, has b*n authorized by 1** SEC to market S4.00C.COO wairtt f first mortgage notes, secur&i by first mortgages on imorovej real estate, and S250,OCCworth of subordinated debeir.ire b-M-i* in $250 units. Palmer's Takes On New Line I'almer's Miami Monument Company is now exclusive distributor t ii the new "Signet" line in the k <>) Ages moaument series. Rock if Ages has awarded Palmer's i elusive ri stributorship in Dade and Broward counties "because of our-fiae record in distributing the parent line.' accord* 1 to ire monument company, Locs-ed a;Z'.^f SW 8lh st., Palme's alia carries several other 'ine HltM irscludir.-j Barre Guild, of Barr, Vt. In southern granites, the 25-year-old Miami firm 'ejturss such famous names as Harmony Blue, Dixie, Comoili, and O t he r leading varieties. Palmer's features a staff of skilled designers and stone-cutters. some t mployed by the firm for more than 20 years. Sidney H. I'almei is general manager, assisted by Mortjn W. Palmer as sales manager; Uidore Pomerantz. sales director; Saul Blake and Paul Bieley, sales counselors; and Mrs. Renee Raymond, office manager. Complete variety of family monuments, single monuments, headstones and footstones are on display at Palmer's. and is headed les Weissman and Russell K McLean. There isier. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M il'h'i: IS HEREBY (IIVKN I I hiiitiil, i signe : '%  %  •!• I. ••••II Blvd., i !oral Uubli In to I I %: i-t i ^ %  i • I II. i tin\\ it h 111 I <: % %  Clft'Ull %  "!! I % %  %  I-1..i IdM % %  in i 'REST, N -' • %  % %  >.. Corp i SAMUEL STEEN Altol n. > lui I mid i "i ..-i In.• %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE is HEKED, %  i he undei I %  :,rictiti LEVINS! i.VS I'll ii> S K< : Intends i • %  • i'i. i, % %  ( i i-' irlda KOl'TIIKRN : %  DISTRIBUTOR.* S Rj ili %  : i : .. \ .GEORGE. AMES ,s II Attorn. ithi rti I' .1 I dstriliuto In'! I.'IO s.W K t Su Minim 10 Hoi 1 1.1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! f-Mn^Si fBrradfi-'ir solicits your legal notices. Wo appreciate ycur patronage and 'cpiar'antocr accurate service at legal rates trial FR 3-4ets for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE Oiher are located in Ft. Lauanother in So Miami at 5780 Sunderdale.-West Palm Reach. Riviera set dr .head Robert F Walk-! Beach and Daytona Beach LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE l\ COUNTY JUDGESCOURT DADE COUNTY f.ORlD* No (3674-B K ,, ...... v _. JULIUS A %  %  '.. I I. A. SI ILL I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APP.ICAT ON FOR FINAL D'SCHARGE N'I >'| % I • i: ii I ha .-,!..,I mj .... i ... .. i •. i • • Kin U 11| %  • Rxecul • %  -in.of riTLlUa A 3IEOEL, I %  .-. :i~.-1. and that on t he 25th da i o( Heptembrr, 1961, will ippl to 'li^ Honorable Pranh B Dowling County .IIKIU'.' % %  I Dade ''iinty, Florida, >l approval of Bald Final report and final discharwa >Executor of Estate of JULIUS A. SIBORL, MILTON R MANNHEIMER KnVXKK & MWNHEIMER Vttornei for Executor /2".. 9/t-8-l! for the de/Model Home Wins Award IN THt COuNTV JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 53413-A IN BE: Rutata of CHRISTINE ELENORA BENSON | I.TillS^'l. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and Alt Persona Having Clalmg or Demands Agalnat .-'..id Estate Y.,u are hr<-t,v notified and required to present mj claims md demands whu'h on may have against the estate ul C IRISTlNE BLENORA HENSON deceased late ofOadeCouniv, Florida, to the County Judges of Di.te County, ml file the same In their offices In the Count; Courthouse In i'i '• %  County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the sums will be barred KARL Hm.riKK. Administrator by Herman r Isls, his attorn*} H. T. ISIS CAIN & ISIS, Attorn* I SSS i W PI I-.'-T Street Miami 44, World* t ( g t| IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 6IC 3316 V M'.SHA -'•' INR .nd FREDA UAVRAS, Plaintiffs, DON UAINIY in %  %  KUK RAINEY.' his my. I" -.. NOTICE BV PUBLICATION TO [MJN RAIN "• %  %  v '•JAN l'. RAIN V his Wife, it any, 17470 N.V • • Vve., Mian % I that a suit I • .. • • I llll .., ,... i fll %  •' M b I Court by the • p i oi r ) %  • ighi % %  • be I "... North oi • I" Block i \ N ISI NLANI •• ,, rec irded PI B a % %  ,; '' ""' ""• •, i Dade Co ml •. ttructuref %  now and h. n after itua a thereon, and the furniture, furn -!i ngs >tiJ fixtures ta n i 'herein YOU are required to MTve a copy oi nor Uiswer other pjeadlng;on the Plaintiffs' attorney, OEN BSbEN, 1014 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida, ,,„j in,, the original in the offire of the <"ierk of the abov tj sd Coan on ..r before the 3th daj of October, l'.'fil. in default of which the Complaint will he taken as confessed against you for the relief requested in Plaintiffs Complaint. DATED at Miami. Dade County. Florida, this 6th da> oi September. r, B LBATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) BJ B 'I l.WWAY I >.puty Clerk 9/g-lS-M-M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOIC'AL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 6'C 8363 nil-: OREENVt ICH SAVINOS P \VK. Mint I %  \ %  • %  laws of th. .-• iH New Y,.rk. i'i.-SLYMAN JOHN POWELL, et at, Defei i %  NOTICE OF SUIT T< Si.VM \N .lollN POWELL Box r: i Ira i \ Ilia, Tennessee YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that .. .-mi has been brought against you b) THE GREENWICH BAVINUS HANK, in the above-e itltled Court, to foreclose .. mortgage encumbering the following des.rib.-d property, towit: Lot 13, f.lock IS, SIERRA MIRAOA, SECOND ADD1TI"N. according to the pfat thereof, recorded In Plal Book 64. at page SI. of the public re. d> of Dade County, Florida.; Together with: Wall oven and range; central heating. Nutone food preparation center and Venetian blinds; ami you are r.M|iir-"l to file your answer with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, at the Curthouse in Miami, frlorlda. on or before September 2-J. I"il, and to serve a copy of such answer upon DAVID P. CATSMAX, Plaintiffs attorney, whose address is 14th Floor at 101 East U'lajtler Street. Miami IS, Florida, on or before said date BJ required by the laws of Florida. If you fall to do so. the complaint will be taken as confessed by you and a Decree Fro Confesso will he entered agtttnst you for the relief demanded in the complaint. DATED thia lTth day of August, 1961. E. B. LEATHKRM \N Clerk Of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida is-ili By; HELEN KKSSI.F.R, Deputy Clerk DAVID P CATSMAN ltth Floor at ioi E. Flagler 81 Miami 31, Florida x 16, 1/1-8-15 IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCJ T OF FLOR'DA. IN AND FOR OAD£ COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 1143 THE NEM I RK SAVINi INK, puru lion existing State ol New v i Plalnl \ Ri iNALl i : R >Tv::v. • 1 'efen ints NOTICE OF SU T T< >: Rl 'N \ • 1A I MARIE C RA PTEY Ri nidi r • i ••; ni i V.: %  \:::: HEREKT x a suit ha.' • b> Till; SEW YORK SAVIN IS H %  SK n tl Com I %  • I, Me :. m< Ttgnite follow inn • • %  %  • to-wll !..•• ;•-, %  U % %  > %  :%  VDDITioN TO CAR< 'I. Cll V HARI >ENS ,. 'i ding to th. '' tl i %  in I'l.ii i:,,K SS, at pagi of tli public r I.ii Dade '' Florida; Together with Westinghouss Refrigerator, Model No. DM .11: and you are required to fl • your inswer with the Clerk of the Cli Court of DobCounty, Florida, at the Courthouse In Miami. Florida, on >r before October ".. 1961, and to serve copy of such answer upon DAVID P. CATSMAN. Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is mil Floor at I'M East Flagler street, Miami :t2. Florida, >i or b.i'or. .-;.id dale, as reuuire.l by the Laws of Florida. If you fail to do so, the complaint will be takei confessed b> you mid a li'-'-rfiI'm Confess., will be entered agalnat you for thf relief demanded i" the complaint. DATED this !8th day of August. 19(1. B. R. LBATHERMAN -Clerk of thCircuit Court Dade Countv. Florida (seal) B) : HELEN KESSLER Deputy Clerk DAVID P CATSMAN llth Floor at I'M K. Flagler St. Miami :;j, Florida 9/i-i-is-a IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'8 CC'JRT IN AND FOR DACE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 536r of CLARA I I." u Dei eased NOT.CE TO CREDITORS •ft All i ink; Cl %  • I Estate: You are I" reb; i dlfied %  % % %  '. r IK W IMII • I the ..-!..-• ..: %  \• W Ici-eused lati la, to the i "ounty, and file i officeH in • in I I, (|, C'ou • "' < : %  ai. iiI • will bi bar Kirsi publ i-atlon 0 I mil n the 2SI -' A I. MA K T f ii... Kstnl if i'LARA J W'OiHi %  : iNARD J K \i.isll \ i e\V %  Iul'onI Rull ling Miami 12 Fl II Ids] 1/1 -g. 15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME -_AW NOTICE IS HEREItY OIVE.N that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of COMMERCE APARTMENTS ai Dad. County, Florida int.nils to registel -.nd name II h th^ I 'lei k of the Circuit Court of i tade 'ounty, Floi Ida. MEYER I. CHERK vs and FANNYE CHERKA8, his wife ELRYSTONE Attornes for Meyer L Cherkaa and Kannye Cherkas, his wife IS :• l -8-ir. A new three bedroom model home, the "Bahama." has won the 1961-62 McCall's Congress on Better Living Certificate for the Neil Sehiff Construction Co., of Miami, it has been announced by Stan Wy-I Florida, nett, director of McCall's Home i Certification Program. NOTICE I'M*""" '^'•TITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Iini^i.i.i GIVEN that the underslsjned, dealrlng to engage In business under the I name of FRRDRIKSON HOTEL at Ml Wash ington Avenue, Miami Beach intends to register i I name with the Clerk o* the circuit Court of Dade County. ESTHERS' N CORP. (A FI.I. Corp ) I v IS-I2-M IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 53298 A IN RE l % %  • %  f .f MARY LBVi 'Vt ICH 11.-, .NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To All t.'redll irs and All Persona Having claim.-' or Demands Against KB d Estate You are ii 'reby notified and required to present inj claims and demands which you ma> have against the estate of MARY LEVOWICH deceased late of Dole County. Florida, t.. the County Judges of Dadcounty, and file the same in their offices In the Coirhty Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. HYMAN N. LEVOWICH, as Administrator. CTA First publication of this notice on the 2". day of August. 19fit. HARRIS. ROBINSON & WKISSF.L Attorneys Dade Federal Building Miami St, 1 .orida 8/tS, 9/1-t-lS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nan SUNSHINE TOWERS a; 1834 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach Intend to register said name with the Clerk of th.Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACQUES KOCHEN and BERTHE KOCHEN %  nd .III.I. > F FI.-'IIM W ind DAI.is It> iSA FISHMAN STANLEY M PREI Attorney for Applicants Mt Sei bold Bldg. > 15, • 1-8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engcu business :n %  •' %  flct %  .name of CINDERELLA BRIDALS l( 8851 N U :7th Court, Miami >'. I t., reglstei said name with the Clerk of th FloiId i I \ sill. N i >:sc ,i\ \^%  N '.' \ln -i M.BERT 1. R S IN \ %  II IL. j fn I i -'I I i Lin ul Rd Ml iml i %  • %  ich, Flu IN THE COUNTY JLDGF.S' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN "ROBATE No. 53245 IN RE Estate of IRA KRIVITZIN %  >vvn as IS VAK KRIVITZIN, 1 used. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors and \ i Pi MI I R IVIng Claims or Demands Againsl Said Estate: You ir.hereby notified and roqulred to present anj claims and dmands wMch you mai have agalnat the estate of IRA KRIVI TZIN I I known as ISAAK KRIVIT'/IN deceased late ol Dade t'ouirty, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same tn their o:flees in the county Courthouse in IKde Counts. Florida, within six calendar months from the dat.ol the flrel publication hereof, or the -am.will be birred. ELIZABETH KRIVITZIN Executrix of the Estate of UtA KRIVITZIN also known as ISAAK KRIVITZIN MARK S1LVER8TEIN \i t..i II. \ 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florl I I 9/8-15-M-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th.. undersigned, desiring) I i entente in business under the fictitious name of FLAMINGO LIQl'ORB it 2 Flamingo Pjisa Shopping Center, Hiaieah Intend! to register said name with tha ci.-rk of the Clrcul Court of Dade i 'mini y, Floi MOSAM '"' IRF By: M L. 'opperm i • -dent. HARRY Zl'KERNICK Attorn. \ fol Tin II -.120 Lincoln Rd MI m'.i Beach %  si" -22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage in business undi r the nam il PLAYMATES US i'l.'.'s at 3(M s w. I3th T< 11 ai %  8 iu' ii Mian Intei reglBt. r snld nami I rk of the "ii %  ult i 'oui I i %  Ii mnty, Florid i BT \N BI.OOM AI. Ii IDOL • 8 22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of IMPERIAL EAST at 10301 East Bayharbor Drive, Miami 54, Florida intendl to register said name with the Clerk of thp Circuit Court of Dade Count) Florida. JACK H. APPLFBAI'M Sole rwner NELSON A SPIELVi >GEL Attorneys tor lack H. Appiehaum i •. • 1-3-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAl\ Nl "TICK IS 1' ERK -V GIVEN I the underslgi • d, desli ng to business under il"fii til lous na s, IR i li DAD K DISTRIBl' D RS il lit:. N.B. I'.l'h Street, North Mis el.. Intends I reglstei said na m< with ih. Clerk of the Circuit Court >>t I >ade County, 1-lor-da DAVID s .P iLDBERG Sole i rwner 9/8-15-2! I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirinn to engage In business under the fictitious name of CENTRAL CASTING ACTORS sl'i Dm at 2:122 Blsoayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MARION 1'OI.AN IVY TMAYER Sole Owners 9/8-15-22-1 • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslrl ig to engage In business under the fictitious name of R \HA\I \s PUBLICITY COUNCIL .' x:',11 S \C 33rd Ter Miami 55, Florida Intends to regl -•• r the said with the Clerk ll the Circuit Court ot Dad Florida TED M GRECK 1-15-2] NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N. (TICK IS HERE I 1 N the underslg • %  •> It-sirlng 1 buslm %  fictitious na SUNSHINE COUNCIL %  Maun 1." Floi IU the said name with the Clerl fir. nil Court TEDM GRECK J/l-S 12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni 'Th 'E Is' HEREBY GIVI the undersigned, desiring to • %  igag 1 1 business uiidei the fictitious name of REDLAND TAVERN at U.S N I and Avocado Drive, Homestead, Florida mt.-mis to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County, Florida. MOSAM CORF Bv: Morris L Copperman, President HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Purchaser 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florid 1 Vt-t-IS-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of POST INN at 2900 W 2nd Avenne, H ,,t, ih Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Ciieuit Court ot 1 lade Count). r lorld 1 MOSAM 0 RP By: Morris L. Copperman, President HARRY ZUKERNICK \tti rnej fo Puri baser ij'i Lincoln Ro 1 1 Miami I'.e.ich. l-'!a 8/8-1 i-22-21


Bag* GB
* Jewish n-rridHar
Friday. September 15, I9$i
We
th.
Women
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V.CMAN OF THE WEEK
Tint saucy face of Rae (Mrs. George Graham hasn't changed
c lays when she was a bidding young actress and did novelty
;. and sang on the stage. Ever since she was two, Rae took singing
lessons, and was much in demand. Her Mae West sor.g,
v. m a Lady," and impersonation of Zazu Pitts always br
.' -ii the house. A most interesting acting career, which Included
bag i night club* and on the rad.o, M as cut short by illness
tl i he marriage to George.
Sine George was in the service and just out of dental school.
II- i'j .. married life was a round o' traveling, settled in tr-.e Mi
( Rae has been active in a d )--:n different ways. When
was i". tl nd grade, and onl> .
old. Ras became president oi the dren's
Democra ic Club so she started club work
early.
In Miami, she was matro" of Ea!
Star, founded th< Alpha Omega Ladies' Aux-
iliary and was its first president, has been
active in the nbined Jewish Appeal and the
Greater M ami Jewish Federation,
Theatre an. I various drama groups Presently.
she is working on the new Women's Com
tee of Jewish Family and Children'- Sen ce.
Rae's biii job of the moment Is a- president
of the Sis) lOOd I" Temple Israel
The Graham home may well he taken as
I an excellent example of the play, "You Can't
Take ii I* l \ One living room wall is
covered with paintings done by the whole
including their three I |
Michael, Lee and .'on. Lee's ceramics are
* io raue!; in evidence. A greenhouse is a
great -rsation piece not that the Grahams need" any such thing.
1 i raise botanical and commercial orchids of which they grow
er a hundred different kinds. Packed away in a drawer are all the
i and blue ribbons they have won for their orchids and table
- iments that Rae does -.o well.
sorge is a health addict. He made a study of diet. As a result,
the Graham diet at home is sensible and correct, according to George's
til ings, which includes health toads, unbleached sugar, and no
b< onings.
Whe : they give those fabulous dinner parties, health foods fly
< the window. George wants to have a party some day with his
I nd of food. He insists that everyone will enjoy it just as much.
Thai remains a moot question for the tune being.
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WHAT DID YOU SAY?
T;e telephone connection from Israel to Miami Beach was verv
' Bl th Dr. .Julian Rickles home. By the time the children. Tommy".
I.', and Rickey, each said. "Hello, I can't hear you." the phone call
v over. Julian went to Israel as part of the twelve-man Maccabiah
G< Team to play in the first international Jewish amateur golf match.
s- I ma went with her husband, and her letters have been glowing She
can wait to get home to run the movies that they have taken. Then
' I really know thai the whole trip was not a dream
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THE LATE SHOW
A cute announcement from Max and Gail Spiegelman says that
thej used to watch the late show, and now they are in it with star
Gary Allen. The picture is of a crying baby and two distraught par-
Leo and Babette Ackerman and the Senior Spiegelmans are
v.ordenng when they will get in the act too. Every new grandma
and grandpa has to take their turn at baby-sitting.
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FAMOUS REMARKS
At the lovely wedding of Judith Falick and Barry Shein, Judy's
daddy was heard lo say, "1 didn't lose a daughter. I gamed a closet "
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CARDS CARDS .. CARDS!
Lucerne, Italy-Freddie and Esther Grossberg (they used to live
Ik i but now live in Texas) are enjoying a quickie European trip of
Seeing, loing, learning and experiencing .
Kowioon. Hong Kong Charlie and Jane Leeds buying the town
Oi.t. Jane won't need any more dresses for the next two years
Sherman. Tex. Dot and Leon Kaplan with their son, Stanley,
tiavelmg the highways and greatly impressed with the beauty of these
Lniled States.
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HOME AGAIN
After a 10.500-mile trip, Leo and Nola Eiscnsteins first stop in
Miami Beach was al a supermarket to stock their refrigerator Thev
had a glorious trip, westward to Denver to visit I-eo's sister, Mr and
Mi* Sol Cohen; then to Lake Louise at Banff, where they met the
Sam Kesnicks and the William Singers The six of them all went
m a snow buggy around the Columbia Ice Fields. Then the Eisen
Bteina traveled to San Francisco, where it was Nola's turn for a re
union with her aunts Then to Tiajuana, where Leo saw a bull fight
.\. la passed that little number up. On to Las Vegas and Pamper. Tex
Wbl re the wheat grows and the oil flows. The Eisensteins really cover-
ed the United States and felt that it was a grand place to rediscover .
Mr. and Mrs. Max Krauss just back from a vacation in Puerto
Rico. There they saw George and Goldye Collier and the Colliers'
daughter and their family, the Uster Perles, who are living there
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vehon and son. Bob. returned from Colum-
ns, where they said goodbye to their daughter Bettys husband
Stephen Cohan. He is at Lackbourne Air Base, where he's a flight
er*meer on a refueling bomber. He leaves for Spain for three month',
while Betty will come home to stay with her folks and hope that
k ^^hen gets home in time to welcome the new addition to the family
Students Take
Time for Rites
A gown of Italian silk with ap-
pliques of chantilly lace reembroi-
dered with seed peyris was the
choice cf I.ila Brenda Glassman
for her marr age to Michael Fried-
berg on Sunday. Sept. 3. at the
Algiers hotel. A reception and
dinner followed the t:30 p.m.
ceremony performed by Rabbi
Morton Malavsky.
Arlene Gild stein was maid of
honor, and Ruth Friedberg and Ar-
lene Pfe:ffer served as brides-
maids to tho new Mrs. Friedberg.
laughter of Mr. and Mr-. Albert
Glossman, 44-5 S\V 34th ave.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Friedberg. of
5152 SW 6th st. Best man was
Raymond La Fontaine, and Mor-
ten Glossman and Raymond Dick-
: man served a- groomsmi
After a wedding trip through
Florida, the your.'.; couple will live
in Baton Rouge, La., where they
; will both attend Louisiana State
I University Mrs. Friedberg on a
tion-resident scholarship, her hus-
; band with a national defense act
fellowship for graduate work in
: mathematics.
The former Miss '' >man is an
honor gradua if M b ni Senior
j High, and attended the University
of Miami or. a Dade county scholar
ship. She is a member of Alpha
Lambda Delia, national ireshman
Aomei: \ orary, and the French
Club.
Mr Friedberg is an honor grad-
uate of the University of Ml
and belongs to Pi Mu Epsilon,
mathematics honor society.
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Heirloom Ring In Pollack Rites
i
A wedding ring which has
in the groom's familj for two
rations served to unite Barbara
Ga l Travers .: : : Pollack
j:i Sunday, Sept. 3.
The 5:30 p.m. candlelight cere-
mony was performed bj Rabbi Leo
Heim at the GaT I i restau
and was followed by a reception.
Soloist was Mrs. B. Issenberg,
the bride's aunt, accompanied by
Larry Blue, who also performed
at her parents' wedding.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Travers. 121 SW 52nd ct..
the new Mrs. Pollack is a graduate
of Miami Senior High, and is now
a junior at the University of Mi-
ami. She is vice president of her
class, treasurer of the College of
Arts and Sciences and of Gamma
Sigma Sigma, president of the Stu-
dent Nursi s Vssn., and a me
if Alpha ambd Delta.
The ivory satin gown trii
with chantilly lace worn b.
een worn by I >
ther's sisti r at her wed ling S .
:ng as mail uf honor \as V.
Honey Travers, the bride's sister,
and Fia,-.cine Hodes and >
Kaplan v ere her bridesmaids
The bridegroom is the so
Mr. and Mrs Louis B. PoIIai
1021 Bay dr., Normand., Isle
s an alumnus o; he University ol
Miami, w here he was presi :< il
. af Alpha Phi Omega
Ws brother. Nat Pollack, v i
best man. and groomsmen. M re
Edward Greene and Allen Kaplan
After a honeymoon trip to .la
; naica. the newlyweds will live i>i
I "oral Gables.
Noon Wedding For Mandells
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MRS. ROBERT MANDELl
Volkman Vows
Exchanged Here
Miss Elaine Freefield and Li
Jtichard Volkman were united in
marriage Saturday evening, Sept.
2, at the Southwest Jewish Center.
Rabbi Maurice Klein officiated. i
The bride, niece of Mr. and Mrs
Charles Freefield, is the daughter'
of Mrs. Pearl Freefield and Benja-
min Freefield, both of New Jersey.,
She attends Dade County Junior
College.
Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Volkman, 1280 NE 155th
St., North Miami Beach, is a grad- i
uate of Miami Beach High and the |
University of Miami.
The new Mrs. Volkman wore a
bell-shaped white satin gown, with
finger tip veil caught by a pearl:
tiara, and carried white roses.
Norma Auerbach was maid of j
honor, and the bride's sister, Susan!
Freefield. was junior bridesmaid, i
Ronnie Bernstein was best man.
Ushers included Alan Hall, Stuart
Jacobs, Robert Jacobson, Harvey;
Sonner and Leroy Thompson San-j
dra Freefield, cousin of the bride, j
was in charge of the guest book.
After a tour of Florida, the cou- i
pie will reside at 1685 NE 124th st., j
No. Miami.
A high noon wedding Sunday,
Sept. 3. at the Algiers hotel united
in marriage Louise Susan Angel
and Robert Jack Mandell. with
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a short, white lace frock and car-
ried wh:te orchids on a Bible. Maid
of honor was Carole Mille/. and
Maxine Green, Ellen Rodenger
and Nancy Norman were brides-
maids.
Best man was Harvey Thalblum.
and serving as ushers were Ken-
neth Levitt, Harry Payton and
Teddy Goldberg.
The new Mrs. Mandell is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
j Angel. 1230 96th st., and is now a
secretary, having graduated from
Miami Beach High and attended
the University of Florida.
Her nusbands parents are Mr
and Mrs. Murray Mandell. of 7310
Wayne ave. He i* an alumnus of
Miami Beach High and the Uni-
versity of Miami, and is in the Air
Force Reserve. His fraternr
Zeta Beta Tau. and he is a
countant.
Following a reception at the Al-
giers hotel, I he young couple left
for a weddng trip to Nassau 0 i
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Offers Missiles to Israel
pprnnrd Young (left), of 1347 SW 7th St., among Miamians
now getting free Polaroid Land Cameras or Polaroid Land
Cameras and kit from The Jewish Floridian. He receives his
gift from Mrs. Christine Carrigan, circulation manager.
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Actually. Younj> elected to try
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the volatility of the Near East sit- [
nation and, given the enormous i
costs involved, would increase sub-
stantially the already heavy arms
burdens of the Near Eastern states.
A number of Near Eastern nations
might then wish to acquire such
advanced weaponry, and there
would be no assurance that their
acquisitions would be limited to
defensive ground-to-air missiles."
"At present, no nation in the
Near East possesses missile-type
weapons," Mr. Hays stressed. "It
would indeed be inconsistent with
our desire to see peace reinforced
and progress achieved toward set-
tlement of difficult Near Eastern
problems were this country to
bear first responsibility for set-
ting off a new and more dangerous
form of arms competition in that
area. It would also be unfortun-
ate were this country by actions
of this kind to open opportunities
U.S. Envoy
To OAS Slated
One of America's most noted
statesmen, His Excellency dei.es
seps Morrison. United States Am-
bassador to the Organization of
American Stales, will be honorary
"Cruise Commodore" of the Pan-
tor Soviet moves inevitably aimed
at increasing tensions in the area
and advancing the Communist
cause. This would he neither in
Israel's interest nor our own."
Justifying the sale of Viper and
Javelin rockets to Nasser. Mr.
Hays said "they are of negligible
military importance, and similar
types are manufactured in several
countries." They were provided to
Nasser "for meteorological pur-
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Officiating at the gala festivities
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Page 14-A +Jewist> rhridfian Friday, September 15. 1961 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Restoration of Later Years into Mainstream of Life WAKE UP YOUNGER! How to Make the Most of Your Later Years. By Samuel Gertman, M.D., and H?len Alpert. 2S6 pp. New York: The Citadel Press, 222 Park Avenue South. $4.95. "/IROW OLD ALONG with me; the best is yet to be," ^ %  sang the poet, and like most ot the Romantics, his remoteness from reality gives us not a view of life, but a vista of escape from it. But I think now that the poem has been misread all these years, for the emphasis should r.ot fall on •best." but on 'to be." the act of living Itself, for that, done properly, can make each succeeding day the best, with the rich accumulation of years and experience pavinithe way for the next days living. "Wake Up Younger!", written by two Miamians, soars to make this point. A book directed primarily toward three groups — those in their later years, those who are preparing for retirement, and those who have aging parents — it explodes many of the myths about aging, replacing them with the sound body of knowledge which gerontology, the scientific study of the phenomenon of aging, has provided. With warmth and sympathy (qualities mostly absent in many books of this kind), the authors discuss problems of sex and health, of personality and relationships, of recreation and hobbies, of where to live and why, on how to prepare for getting old. and how to feel when you get there. Perhaps one of the book's most valuable thoughts is the restoration oi the later years back into the mainstream of life. Far from being a separate, strange part Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Hate Hierarchy in Our Justice Department Washington taiHY ARE the Nazis permitted to hold U.S. Government K ; Klux Klansmen are baric from the Federal payroll? The KKK .listed by the VI tornej General as subversive. But rn< j General, Mr. Robert F. Kennedy. has decided not to add Nazis %  '.he list. Consternation and confusion followed the Attorney General's recent conclusion on the issue <>! the so-called American Nazi party. By failing to li-t the group, '.he Justice Department inadvertently fated a claim by the Nazis to "clearance." Fedpersonnel Officials were asked if they would ploy an admitted Nazi. Some officials said they definitely would not. Others were not so sure; "a man is not required to be either a Republican or Democrat." .Most hiring .1concluded that they would consult the Atj General's list of subversive organizations for UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Khrushchev Doctrine United Nations A DOCUMENT of tremendous ** importance to the entire world has been issued here by Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold. It is the introduction to his annual report to the General Assembly. The body of that annual report is alIways prepared and issued earlier in the summer. The introduction is usually held up for issuance just before the Assembly convenes. Since this year's regular Assembly, the 16th session of this body, is scheduled for Sept. 19, Mr. Ham marskjold has now issued his introduction, so as to give all members and delegations an opportunity to study it. Briefly. Mr. Hammarskjold, in this introduction, juxtaposes two UN principles. Without naming Khrushchev or Russia, he sets forth the Khrushchev doctrine, which holds that the Secretariat should be composed of a "troika"—three, coequal secretaries general, one representing the West, one from the "Socialist" bloc, a third from the so-called "neutral" world. Against that concept, the IN chief posits another, deeper philosophy. The Khrushchev doctrine, in Hammarskjold's view, embraces what he calls the "conference" approach. Under that doctrine, the UN. he holds, can be only a forum for conferences among nations. 0 polite to call the Hussion notion one that seeks to lock the UN into the form of a mere debating society, that is exactly what* the "conference" ap>ach means. On the other hand. Mr. II. proclaims validity (it !uapproach, which he calls the utive" approach. Me holds that, aft sions or recommendations hail i.een voted by the Securit) incil or the General Assembly, there must be an executive a; the I'N to implement the resolutioi Tha: executive, in his view, is the Secretarial — h ont single, neutral Secretary General at the The significance to Israel of these two approaches is apparent at once. Khrushchev wants the .Secretariat to be run by power blocs—the West, the East and the so called "neutral" or "unaligned" countries. Now all knew there are no real neutral or unaligned nations. The majority of the "unaligned" often form their own blocs — either on a permanent basis or on specific, ad hoc issues. One need only recall the fact that Israel is a "loner'' here, being a member of no bloc at all. to realize how dangerous the Khrushchev doctrine is for the Jewish State. guidance. One admitted that he could no! grasp how "ex-Nazis are l. ring trained in America by the : \ir Force for th new Luftwaffe whtn the same men killed Americans so 1 guess it would be onsistenl to permit a neoNazi or whatever you ..ant to call h:m. to work in the Government here What's the difference so long as they are strong anti-Communists?" A month ago. Rep. Seymour Halpern. New York Republican, opened a Congressional attack on the retention of an Individual who admitted belonging to a Nazi front group ol the Rockwell movement. 1 barges were mad*' that the U.S. Army retained a civilian employee after possessing evidence that he provided the "hate bus" to the Nazis and ersonally participated in .some anti-Semitic pieketTho Defense Department is still "studying the technicalities involved with respect to his rights." Departmental sources said it would be easier to dispose of the matter "if only the Justice Department listed the Nazis along with the other subversh i However. Mr Kennedy has pointed out that it is not necessary to place the Nazis on the subversive list. He explained that "the name American Nazi would seem to be adequate identification of tins group." The purpose of the list was only to "alerl Government hiring officials and applicants for Government employment to the fact that stated groups have subversive character." Mr Kennedy ruled that "In the present circumstances, there is ample reason to doubt the advisability of instituting prolonged designation procedures against such a group, thus affording its leader and members a public forum for the further dissemination of its obnoxious doctrines and. giving it considerable publicity." Rep. Halpern commented: "I do not understand how the U.S. Government can justify continued employment of an individual so unstable politically that he facilitates totalitarian extremism and propaganda activities, whether Nazi, Fascist, or Communist. He is hardly the man to have access to our strategic maps at a time when the nation i.s mobilizing in response to the President's call for a militant alert." Sen. Kenneth Keating, New York Republican, felt similarly. The Senator said: "We can no longer pretend that this is an unknown, unpublicized organization which can be ignored out of existence. Its operations have become notorious ." The Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, the Jewish War Veterans and non-Jewish veterans groups, are among organizations unable to understand the continued employment of Nazis. It is well known that, when blocs compete, the stronge-t or more persuasive wins. of ones existence, removed from everything that has been important before, fraught with unwanted quirks and disabilities and limitations, the authors reveal with immense clarity that the needs of the aged are exactly the same as the needs of every other age. Life is a continuum; and the four essential needs are still for physical health, for economic security, for a role in life. and. of paramount importance, for self-worth. The bock includes, in this area, a fascinating scoring method for understanding and evaluating one's needs. The warm tone of the book is one of its outstanding virtuts: it has a unique, almost conversational lilt, a gentle and persistent charm of insight and kindness. Sprinkled with vignettes of real people, tilled with sound medical and human advice, it is a guide to effective living which has merit for any age — and the mere aged, the more merit. Dr. Samuel Gertman. former medical director of the Jewish Home for the Aged here in Miami, and chief of the Geriatric Clinic at the University of Miami Medical School, is a national authority on geriatrics wlv.sf \vi[ C is a women's leader in the Jewish community. Helen Alpome eight or ten blocks away from where we lived. The tongue of the street was strange to us as we plowed in the heavy snows of the season to the distant new house of learning, at times reluctantly and frequently to the tune of parental scolding. This I remember clearly. Eluding my memory is the time it took us, in the parlance of the day. to become absorbed. The transformation was so incredibly fast that to this very day we cannot believe there ever was a day we were not of this soil. Who would have thought then that more than fifty years hence we would be reminiscing about that sanctum on its 75th anniversary? Although we were quite young, we were already beginning to realize that here in the red brick house we were facing a challenge by an outside world. About us was a hostile climate and how would we live in it when our school days were over? i Dr. Goldmann Recalls the Orators of Our Time %  THEY'VE BEEN out on the busting in Israel — electioneering. Th oi orator is something ne< ewisfa lite. We did have the Maggie Of course, and some of them b' .ous. I suppose the fa mou Dubner Maggid. tor all the difference between his type of oratory and th modern, might prove very effective i; the political arena. I was interested in an interview oi Dr. Nahum Goldmann on the subject of speakers which appeared last week in the Israeli daily Maariv. Dr. Goldmann discusses the various types of orators, the long-winded ones and the more compassionate shorter ones, the speakers who read their discourses and those who learn their speeches by heart, the ones who write out their speeches in advance and those who ad bb. Dr. Goldmann himself doesn't write out his speeches. He prefers to make notes of the different topics and lets them guide his speech. He wonders at some of the long ones He refers to Jabotinsky. One time in Goldmann tells us. he cam< upon the great eader who told him that just spoken \