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The Jewish Floridian ( September 29, 1961 )

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"Jewish Floridlimn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Vciu-me 34 — Number 39 Miami. Florida, Friday, September 29. 1961 Two Sections — Price 2(W STATE DEPARTMENT BROUGHT SENATE PRESSURE VIA FULBRIGHT Demonstrators in Israel Follow Riots With Cries Peace Corps Drops Anti-Bias Of long Live Nasser' URGE PARLIAMENTARY INVESTIGATION PAGE 5-A Arab Mayor Says Ties Set Back 13 Years By Special Report NAZARETH — Fear that bitter dei onstrationa by the Arab community of Israel last week had ed the Jews an;! Arabs ol this country back 13 years in their re-; lationship was expressed Tuesday i the 35-year-old deputy mayor of N; ..roth. Abdul Aziz Zubi said most of the :'• 00 Arab Inhabitants of this world-famed city deeply regret:ed lit vehement reaction to the killing of live Arab youths as they attempted to flee into the Gaza strip. The Arab's community leaders are reconciled tht there will be o-sic'erable less of goodwill as a result of the public demonstrations. i ommunlst Party leaders led i rallies In Nazareth, Acre. Hal* la uP,i throughout Galilee, with only prompt intervention by the I ce preventing a minor civil war. Deputy Mayor Zubi said ol the ing: "It has undone all the : work that has been aecompI 'vd since the state was created. e Jews who had wanted to li ise US to the status Of equal citi %  sens, and 1 think they were in a Continued on Page 10 A TEL AVIV — (HNS Goaded by Communist provocations, an Arab funeral procession lor three youths who were killed by border police when they attempted to cross into the Egyptian-held Gaza strip was transformed into a mass protest, with some of the demonstrators shouting "long live Nasser and Arab Palestine." The three youths were shot down when they refused to obey a hall order by an Israeli patrol. Two more Arab youths were killed in i. second crossing attempt. Sdiir-j on the incident as a means to mob incitement. Communist elements in Haifa took charge of the funeral as the demonstrators carried the three uncovered coffins. When the funeral procession reached the cemetery, tre Communists took over the burial rites from the priests and the families of the three ycuths. Proceeding as if they were the mat'er of the situation, the Communists carried the three bodies to a common grave over the sharp protests of the priests, who left the scene. The demonstrations began on Yom Kinpur eve. When the Arab funeral attendants returned to Natarctb, the Communists were making arrangements for Yom Kippur demonstrations, distributed leaflets calling for a work stoppage and forced schools to close down. Two policemen were wounded and four demonstrators ware delained in Nazareth at a post-Yom Kippur demonstration called by Communists to protest the fatal shootint of the five Arab youths. The demonstration began when Continued on Page 16 A WASHINGTON—(JTAi—Senate conferees, led b> Chairman J. W. adopted an amendment barring Fulbright, r.i the Foreign Relations Committee, have eliminated an I Peace Corps operations in nations anil-bias Clause from the Peace Corps bill before Congress prior toi*?* in S enforce bigotry Rep. ,..,,. Si vio o. Conte, Massachusetts Retire end "t the current session. ,. .*. „, ... publican, said this amendment was Peac< Corps Director R. Sarg'directed particularly to the Arab %  a nt Shriver had insisted before States, that discriminate against countries that have discriminated Sen. Fulbright's committee that VS. personnel on. a basis of reliB g a ]nst American boys of Jewish Yace ('• rrw Derennnc) would no | gious or racial prejudice. be wnl Into nations, like Arab! By unanimous vote, the House Continued on Page 8-A KAoER WARNS AGAINST AFFLUENCE Federation Elects Harris President at Meet Here Growing international tension will probably result in the spawning of more reactionary forces like Hie Birch Society in the United States." the Greater Miami Jewish Federation was warned Saturday n.gh: at its annual dinner Writers Pen Plea to Soviet LONDON — (JTA) — Ten lead-! ing Anglo-Jewish writers released this week the text oi a letter sent o the Soviet Writers I'nion asking qua! cultural and religious rights lor Soviet Jews I he letter was sent or. July 28 and withheld from publication in the hope of eliciting a reply In the continued absence of any response, the text of the letter was made public. Citing the abolition in the USSR %  il Jewish national organizations, schools, publishing houses, newspapers, magazine--, theaters and I libraries during thi Stalin regime, (he letter stressed that Russia had been the home of an important part of Jewish literature and added: "we are disturbed that no serious effort has been made since to re-establish Jewish cultural Institutions." "We are also di'fvrbed by the often extreme anfi-Jfwtsh stereotypes used In articles or "e^>i"itio-is atfarkir.q Judaism in th Soviet press, par'icularty in the provi-eial papers circulating in the Ukraine, WH'e Russia, Mo'dav:d and the B.->"ic countries," the writers declared. II also %  Red the forced separation of Soviet Jewfrom relatives living En other countries-. "It would Continued on Pige 11-A in the lonlaincbleau hotel. This will result, paradoxically, Horn the fact that this country will go to great lengths to avoid war, according to Dr. William Haber, internationally known economist and lecturer. Federation elected and installed its new officers at the dinner. A. J. Harris was elected president, succeeding Sam J. Heiman. Heiman was named honorary president, and Samuel N. Friedland was elected chairman of the board of trustees. Also elected were vice presidents, Circuit Judge Irving Cypen, Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Harold Tlnirman. and Carl Wcinkle; treasurer. Joseph Upton: associate treasurer, Ernest Jams; %  secretary, David Catsman; and asContinued on Page 9-A A. J. HARRIS Xei 7/, erne "F< r the first time in history a leader has used nuclear weapons as political weapons," ft] a x Lerncr reports to you trom West Germany this wc< k Page 10 A. Curbs Demanded Against Anti Semitism in Argentina BUENOS AIRES (WNS) — A resolution urging government action against the mounting tide ol anti-Semitic incidents in Buenos Vires and adjacent areas was inluced this week in Parliament i -; i he background oi growing Irtish concern over (he Incidents. Introduced bj three members ol the government party and by an opposition Senator, the resolution look note of the facl that there had Leon eleven anti-Jewish incidents in the Buenos Aires area in the past three months, most of them directed against synagogues. The majority resolution asked official repudiation of the vandalistic actiIvities %  : Jewish cultural, re. i artistic institutions." is have been railed to ol the \i gentine legislators b> I '• i \. central b idj ol Arentim a: well as the facl that tin local police had ;"<>t act" d : usl3 • %  • round up the vandals. %  n the first day oi Rosh Has'hona. hoodlums dropped a bomb at the temple of Hungarian Jews. : i polio removed the bomb On the -tie!' IJ of Rosh Hashona, Tacuaja hoc lums attacked a young Jew, flashinj his face in lour places The police made no arrests despite the [act that the hoodlums 'did not seek to conceal their activities State Dep't. Failed to Protect Firms Gen. Yigael Yadin (riqht) watches the delicate operation as iamed Dr. James Bieberkraut, who restored the Dead Sea Scrolls brouqht back to Israel by Gen. Yadin. unravels a bundle ol documents from the Bar Kochba caves. The discovery oi the Bar Kochba letters by Gen. Yadin, professor of archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, will be discussed by the hero of Israel's War of Liberation in Miami Beach en Nov. 5 and 6. (See stoiy. Page 10-A.) WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Sen. Kenneth B Keating. New York Republican, took the Senate floor here lo denounce the failure of the State Department to take action on behalf of a New York City firm boycotted by Arab States because it was accused Of trading with Israel. The New Yorker, revealing correspondence in which the State De partment sai'd it disapproved the Arab boycott but linked il to the "underlying Arab Israel conflict ol which the Arab ooycott is an un-; desirable growth." asserted that the Department's attitude was "absolutely incomprehensible." He! -aid that Arab-Israel differences notwithstanding:, it was "the re^non-^ sihility Of the State Department to protect the interests of American business abroad." The Senator said the Department's "ostrich like policy" toward the Arab boycott was "at variance with our policies throughout the world." He said the United States stood fifmly against Red Chinese and East Germart pressures but refused "to fulfill its duties" against the Conf.rued on Pace 2-A



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L day< September 29, 19SI +Jewisti ffcrijf*3r Page 3 A I German Extremists in Pocr Showing I Morris Fox, chairman of the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital benefit dinner to be held Oct. 11 at Coral Way Jewish Center, shows pictures or the new medical facility to Irving Whitman, president of the congregation, and Mrs. Kenneth Feldman, chairman of the women's committee for the dinner. Comedian Phil Foster will entertain. [Comedian Slated At Cedars Dinner \ benefit dinner for Cedars of I H Bpital will be held Oct. M Coral Way Jewish Center. ring comedian Phi! Foster. Morris Fox, well-known builder ant chairman of the dinner, said K iwill fly into Miami from Brooklyn especially to entertain at to • tinner. Chairmanship of the dinner is been hard at work for several weeks planning the Cedars of Leb-' anon dinner. Working on the committee are Larry Grossman, Martin Aronow. Harold Cease, Herbert Green. Martin Hirsch, Murray Le[ vine, Eli King, Leonard Putterman, Morton Weinberger, David Weinstein and Marvin Wiener. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, BONN CJTA) — The German Reich Party, a neo-Nazi rei eived a setback In v, i -• ny's parliamentary ele in oificial recapitulation of the vote established. The party polied only 0.8 percent of the total vote as compared to 1.0 percent in the 1957 Federal elections, and its pre-e.lection expectations of winning 7.0 percent of the vote. Numerically, the neo-Nazi group polled 264.186 votes, a drop ot 32167 from the total it amassed in 1957. The party will not havs a single seat in the Bundestag, the I Lower House of Parliament, since ll failed to obtain a minimum of I 5.0 percent of the vote cast The party's greatest strength was shown In the Rhineland-Pfalz, Lower Saxony and Bremen areas. German leaders have frequently considered seeking a ban on the German Reich Party because, despite 1 its protestations of loyalty and tol1 erance, it was generally regarded is being antidemocratic and antiSemitic Jews as Hostages Metro is Topic Of Debate Here 29. another civic effort by Fox, who has been active in religious andi c ated at l300 NW philanthropic organizations in this j scheduled to open Oct area tor many years. He is past president of Coral Way Jewish Center, a member of the Home Builders of South Florida, and is currently engaged in several major building efforts, including Parkchester Homes and the new Westbrooke Country Club. Fox and his committee have lois YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — It worn Highland FRanklin Executive OH :e FR 3-5531 Beth David Has Class Openings Beth David still has room for a few children in each class of its kindergarten classes. The nursery class la for threeyear-olds, pre kindergarten for four-year-olds, and the daily kindergarten, five-year-olds. A special reading readiness curriculum is followed in the kindergarten The congregation meets every WASHINGTON — (WNS — Ten leading members of the Jewish community of Melbourne. Australia, are marked for death if Adolf Cichmann is convicted and executed, it was disclosed here by the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S., following receipt of a communication on the development from F. A. Slutzkin. president of the Australi-, an Federation of Jewish Ex-Service i against J Associations. Mar veteranwhether it ha oi similar threats in the The death Hire. Australian Jewish lead< i In it they had been selected as hostag and placed on the "extermination list,' carried a picture of Kichmann in uniform and a swastika. Dag Planned Translation JERUSALEM — — The late Dag Hammarskjold planned to translate into Swedish Prof Martin Buber's basic philosophical work. "I and Thou." and had written a letter discussing his plans which the noted philosopher received here on the very day of the United Nations secretary general's death. The letter had been written from United Nations headquarters in New York just before Hammarskjold left on his illfated trip to the Congo. Hammarskjold, long an admirer Oi Prof. Buber. whom he met twice, wrote that he hoped to have the, translation published in Sweden within the next year. There no indication how far Hammarhad pr n Of the '.Mirk his GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC 2148 N.W. 10th Ave. FR 3-7130 Hava your roof repaired now: >OJ will ave on a new POO* Itor. "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" .-^*^-^V~>-^V->^\—^\—-^\—x-/\—-*\~^\—i"*— Start the New Year Right Renew Your Israel Bond PERPETUATE YOUR NAME WITH JNF 423 Lincoln Rd. Mayshie Friedbera LADY WISHES TO SHARE HE? BEAUTIFUL RANCH-TYPE HOMIi with couple or single wornjn, or will rent twin bedroom. S.W. 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Friday. September 29. 1961 Je*ist> TkricH?n Poge 5-A Arab Rioting in Israel Brings Pleas for Quiz .IKRUSALEM — (JTA) — Dentind* *or a parliamentary-ftwesti-1 ,. ,tion irV.o the circumstances of the death last weeK of five young Arabs '. jiempting to cross the frontier irtothe Egyptian-held Gaza Strip A ,rc made here in the aftermath two flays of rioting in Nazareth ;i, i incidents in Haifa, Acre and „-her centers. |olh thcMapam and Communist I griies called on the Knesset premium to put demands for a parliamentary probe of the whole afon the Knesset agenda. The CIMI Tarty asked that a special > -iin bo convened of the Knesset |. reign .Affairs and Security ComAn Arab deputy. Yussef Khamis, a member of Mapam, ., i ;. parliamentary question to swered by the Government the Knesset reconvenes on I The Cabinet, at its weklv meetre Sunday, heard a derailed re, psrt k>y Minister of Police Behor ,eet and was to hear from •he c hitf of Staff on action taken t. Hi e Army in the situation. The •irl!-ern areas, where the rioting occurred last week, were quiet over the weekend, although tension remained high. S'rong police patrols in the out%  Urtfi of Haifa and in the nearby Arab communities, which headed off potential demonstrators, pre vented a recurrence of the rioting which started in Nazareth and con-' tinued for two days. The mayors of Haifa and Acre made strong elforts to pacify the population and to enlist Arab notables in this task as Communist agitators and other disaffected elements sought to incite the Arabs to further demonstrations. Charges that the five young \rabs. killed in two different Dora er incidents when iney attempted to cross the frontier illegally from j Israel to the Egyptian-held Gasa | Sip. had been mutilated, were used by (he agitators to whip up Arab ire. Polio gave distribution | to the report of the official post mortem on the five bodies which shot from long-range and ihit there shot from long-rangeanc that there were no signs of mutilation on their iiodies Eshkol Presses te Create Mew Government Coalition TEL AVIV—(JTA)—Finance Minister Levi Eshkol, who has been ; entrusted by President Izhak Bcn-Zvi with the iormation of the new; Ghinet, began discussions Sunday on one of the major demands ol ] Hiopposition — the introduction of stricter parliamentary supervision o tli_" armed forces. riit> left-wing Mapam and Ach-i dul .Avodah parties insist on the; iim ation of a Ministerial COmit ttoe as a supreme body responhle for the country's security. Premier David Ben-Gurion, who is i -" the Defense Minister, has been usisting that all security matters, b .< ft in the hands ot the Defense \ in sler only. n all attempt to settle this issue.: Kshkol conferred here with I'iKl Galili, leader of the Achdut Aw .iah, who is particularly firm in the demand of introducing parMeanwhile, representatives of Mapai and other parties are also discussing another issue to affect the next coalition. This one deals with establishing a "collective responsibility" rule, which would make it mandatory for all parties that are partners of the coalition to support the Government bills in Parliament, or at least not to vote against such bills. The principal issue, however, on whether Mapai is to have a maH..„.ntary control over the armed | **? of the members of the next braes. Mr. Galili is reported tolC 301 0 'ls s lU ,n dls P u,e f"? hcr I v • %  prepared a detailed plan lor lite implementation of such conIUL Broword JWV To See Nazi Film Browarri County Jewish War Vet! ir.lra-party discussions of that issue was to be held at meetings scheduled for Wednesday. At a meeting of the inter-party committee of Mapai's former coalition parlners—the Liberals, the National Religious Party, Mapam, and Achdut Avodah—in preparation for further talks with Mr. Esh• ran* will sponsor a membership] kol, it was decided to maintain "a breakfast Sunday, Oct. 8, at the ; firm and united" stand on the three Forum restaurant in Ft. Lauder-;central issues: 1. Numerical and f!^ le, where slides and tape record-1 qualitative parity between Mapai: insjs of George Lincoln Rockwell'si and the other parties in the Cabi-j /merlcan Nazi Party will be shown, net; 2. An equitable distribution The JWV will have members ofjof important portfolios, particularI nai B'rith groups and the Tern>' the ministries of defense, foreign i'-KmanuEl Men's Club from Ft. affairs and finance; and 3. ParliaI ;ui(liTclale in attendance at 1 eakfast. the Henry Norton, of Miami, comrrunder of the Florida Department of JWV, and past comminder Daniel Neal Heller will fce present. lorn m under Norton said the mentary supervision of the armed forces. Mr. Eshkol on Sunday expressed optimism about his prospects of forming a government soon after the holidays. It is understood that he believes that Mapam and Achdut Avodah understand now better than a week ago the necessity of I lides and tape recordings of Rockkeeping a strong labor coalition well's group will be shown to many ; This sentiment has al-o been ex( i nps in the area "to awaken them pressed during ihe last few days t Ihe dangers such lunatic fringe in articles written by Achdut Avo% nups can cause." He said other irotips wi-hing to hear the record and see the slides may contact %  !m or one of the JWV posts in their i rea A similar program had been slal


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friday. September 29. 1961 +Jenirf ftaritfton Page 7-A Good-Will Tour Participants Gather At Cruise Function at Fontainebieau %  will btar messages of good-wilt from President Itihak Ben-Zvi and Prime Minister David 3nGurion to Ambassador Morrison and Gov. Farris Bryant of FloriT!ie first get-together of members of the Fan-American Friends of Israel Good-Will Tour was to take place Thursday evening in the French room of the Fontainebieau hotel. da. Dinner. • The tour proper and the speMembers of the cruise were to j c ial events marking the visits to meet for a social as guests of Carl the SS Jerusalem arrives on her' maiden voyage to Miami — the "The SS Jerusalem will be welWelcommg Flotilla, the afternoon CO med in keeping with the unique Chen Reception, and the Captainsj nature 0 f her voyage In the afternoon, the women ol Chen, the comWeinkle, Cruise Commodore. Special guests at the gathering were to be Wolf R. Lazarus, executive vice president of Zim Lanes, and consuls of the foreign countries to bo visited during the tour. Weinkle pointed out that the emissaries of the foreign countries would be on hand to answer questions of the members of the cruise and to describe some of the ceremonies to take place in their respective countries upon the arrival of the tour. Mapping strategy for the 1962 campaign are Samuel N. Friedland (left), chairman of the board of trustees, and Cal Kovens, genera] Combined Jewish Appeal campaign chairman. The two are pictured at the annual dinner of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in the Fontainebieau hotel last Saturday. (See story, Page I-A.) Dr. Moefzei is Speaker Dr Grover A. J. Noetzel, former of the University of Miami -iness administration, was guest speaker at the WednesCARIB MIAMI I MIRACLE, 2*** (HIGHEST RATING!) _N. t. 0 H"t brkjitte bardot the truth Open 1:45 I TOTJA.Y ROSETTA TOWER i.w. i ST *r mi Open 1:45 GREGORY PECKMID N1VFN ANTHONY QUINN TKGUNSOFNAVAROM Sugar iMCRtASi /* 'SS/&VS the various ports of call. Haiti. Curacao, La Guaira-Caraeas. Cartagena, Colon-Panama City, Vera Cruz-Mexico City. • The Ambassador's Ball on Dec. 27. when the cruise commodore and the honorary crew members of the voyage will transmil the {lags and greetings of Pan-AmeriI can neighbors. Dr. Kahan indicated that "the arrival cf the SS Jerusaiejn will be filled with happy symbolism. It will be tt-.e first time an Israeli passenger ship comes ta Miami. The SS Jerusalem wMI be coming direct from Israel and B-G's Birthday To be Honored day dinner meeting of the Miami Board of Realtors at the Dupont Plaza hotel. Dr Noetzel is past president of the Economic Society oi South Florida. The Pan-American Friends of Israel Good-Will Tour will take place aboard the Zim Lines SS Jerusalem, starting in Miami on Nov. 19. and returning on Dec. 5. Honorary Cruise Commodore will be deLesseps S. Morrison, Ambassador of the United States to the Council of Organizations of American States. Ambassador Morrison will come to Miami on Nov 19 to, United States and Canada dedicatjoin in the ceremonies greeting the |f d to the^oth birthday of Prime arrival of the SS Jerusalem and. munal volunteer corps of the Women's Division, will be hosts at a reception for all the Israel Bar Mitzvah Bond holders of the community. At night, the captain of the SS Jerusalem will be host at a dinner afloat, honoring th" Israel Bar Mitzvah Trustees, Build prs, Guardians and Sponsors of Miim "Tour participant who will >c inted honorary crew mem M %  list. At midthi gi esl v ill bid the ip sengers bot voya j \ i ii SS Jer isalem will sel sail with Miamians on th dtial Pan-American Fri rids i r te(oo l-u.ll Tour." By Special Report NEW YORK—The month of October will witness scores of dinners and other events throughout the will be guest of honor at the capIain's dinner to take place on the evening Of Nov. 19. prior to the departure of the tour. Dr. Aaron Kahan, executive director of the Israel Bond Organization, pointed out that the tour will consist of four phases: • Dedication of the Israel Bar Mitzvah Year Book and transmission of the Good-Will charter to the Cruise Commodore at the Israel Bas-Mitzvah dinner on Saturday. Oct. 21. • Ceremonies on Nov. 19, the day Minister David Ben-Gurion of Israel, it was announced here by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president of the Israel Bond Organization. According to the Hebrew calendar, Ben-Gurion's birthday occured on the third day of the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth, or Wednesday, Sept. 27. However, in 1886, the year of his birth, the Gregorian calender date is Oct. 16. Following the latter date, special celebrations in honor of Israel's foremost statesman will be held during October under the auspices of Israel Bonds, Dr. Schwartz said. The nationwide birthday tributes will mark a peak in the fall campaign of the Israel Bond program, which was initiated in the Unied States ten years ago by Prime Minister Ben-Gurion and which has since that time provided more than S500.000.000 for the develop ment of every major branch of Israel's economy. JE 1-5251 Closed Saturday Sunshine Bakery BAKE RS fOR KOSHFR HOMES Specializing in WEDDING & BAR MITZVAH CAKES 1 ou Call WE DELIVER Orders S2 or Vr-e FREE 1043 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH 39. 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Fcge 8 A +Jew 1st ncrHiciti Friday, September 29. 1361 Peace Corps to Drop Anti Bias Stipulation CsVmued from Page 1-A { n [do no; think they sta .• benefit oi the Peace I ir m Isarned tha* tie State ~eparf^risnt, through Sen. Fills'-on', interceded in the SenatersuM cs^ference to delete the an tibias measure approved by i-e House. Rep. Thomas E. Morjan, Psnnsylvania Democrat, ctairmafl of the Hocse Foreign Affairs Committed, aarr.rted thjf •- arre.idment caused me con**r*r;i a great deal of concern.' Ceo. Vs-qan expressed sympathy '•-r M* amendment s purpose but ojreit.y had to go along with • h Executive Department's — i The Executive Depart•-en— ohasized that they would not -JVJ Peace Corps programs a c.;itry that made American o*r*on-iel "repeatedly subiect to c scr. nination." KM a result, "thi manager* on the •: the House J.creed to the de: i( this provL-ion They are ed that :r. the less developed countries Government policy frequently may not be well coordl< i and public opinion not fully ired. L'nder the circunu-uuv.es. .ndi\idual incident? of discriminaighi occur uhich did not refleet % %  o f the Govni ir tl • the pubally. "On %  be served \ I rps TS should ri ..' %  % %  ••• %  -' • the | countrii ..-...•.:.. \ -, • \. races r n s. and <>: ll sirable to i %  '> I • %  part .. P ace .-. c e Ci -; • a le %  is measur Sources said rps i ..: j u> j .inable to inds that i rtns of the J *. isa or other U) be weeded WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1739 BISCAYNE B1VD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 Bureau Schedules Ulpan Courses Continuation of Hebrew llpan courses and special service for National Jewish Book Month were announced by M A. Baskin. president of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The Bureau will offer a course in Intensive conversational Hebrew with first sessions scheduled the latter pan of October. Beginning, intermediate and advanced course? will be offered both in town and on the Beach Baskin also announced that National Jewish Book Month will be observed this year from Nov. 3 through Dec. 3. The Bureau will again offer a special book review service to all Jewish organizations during the month, schedule public meetings and public displays, and publish book lists for this national cultural event. Program committees are urged to plan meetings celebrating Jew;.-h Book Month during November or December The Bureau offers ;. ,'.->>tance to all Jewi.-h mirations of the community W K ATF M FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the Worlds Finest Music or. W K ATFM 93 1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM Gail Silver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Silver, on top of the ladder, and Brian Rappcport son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rappaport. at the bottom, help place the s'chach on top of the Suickah a? part of the eight-day Sukkoth holiday celebration at Beth David Congregation. The Sukkah is 25x100 ft., and accommodates the hundreds of worsh.ppers extending services at Beth Dcvid. Traditional Kiadush is served by Sisterhood after services. Morocans Urged To Air Problem PARIS (JTA) — A c d ;; for "reconsideration of the Jev h problem in Morocco." was isj i this week by the Istiqlal Parn, the dominant political party in M> rocco. The call was issued in cmt nection wi'h an alleged visit to Northern Morocco last week o: U ,. brael Consul at Gibraltjr. Published in A) Alam, official organ of the party, the call as •erted that Jews were "different" from ethers of Moroccan nationality. A: Alam has been repe**. ed!y charging that the Jewish cu'toral organizations in Morocco a? Ilrked witn Zionism. The campaign against the Moroccan Jews has been going or. in tr.a Istiqlal newspaoer for mare than a we:k. Rep:rs published here say '.hat five young Jews who r.ad been jrre*ted by


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Friday September 29. 1961 Jfewisft n-cridiiciin Page 9-A Israel Films Will be Shown Two motion pictures on Israel will highlight he monthly meeting of the Miami Beach Lodge ol B'nai B'rith on Oct. 18 at the Algiera hotel, presi ent [rving Schatzman announced. The films, both ;h irt subjec's in color, are "Israel." pr'xluced by Exodus author LOOM Ins and "The Hi{jhe-%-e as t'\< i tary >; the South Floi la Ision the American Friends, il en:'ed 'he Hebrew University during a .\\.jr >tay in Isr; Jud in Frie ;man. district president .>f B'nai 3 rith, ar.l memj bers of Israel committees from j other lji^ei in the Groaer Miami area have been invited New Lecture Series A new course of lectures on the "Art of Living Happily" will be given by Dr. Abraham Wolfson, author of the "Road to Health and Happier Living." on Tues..ay mornint;. 8 a.m.. on the 8th street beach. Open forum discussions will follow every lecture. Fabulous Weekly Package AT the MADISON Ove-look ng 0 I 'o s Ave. ATLANTIC CITY FROCQ50 FROV iC80 Semi-Privata 3a t> P,-JV 3ath PER PERSON 2 IN ROOM ... B'Ccli"3 an Boardwalk ALL Rox =.alt Water Taffy dolling Cn-.iRide CD EC btttl Pier Admiaaion rH EC Cccktai' Party pius FREE at'racto-n available to all guests S"dwT> Entertainment. Movies. Bingo. TV. S undertaking, both in its demands and in its rewards. This i. |ually true lor each one of you. Awas the case with my predecessors I intend to be a working chairnun But my work will be to no it you don't all work with DM In his address to the gathering of Greater Miami welfare conv munitv leaders. Dr. Haber declartci that "a democracy like the United States will seek an honorable compromise as an alternative to war," adding that "any compromise always plays into the hands of reactionary forces like the Birch Society." Dr. Haber. University of Michigan economics professor and president of the American ORT Federa ion, added that the torces resulting from international tension also "lend to put in'o ascendancy the forces of bigotry." In the social field. Dr. Haber warned that the United States must 'nace itself tor an overwhelming increase in the demand for services of all kinds, both from public and private agencies The continued increase in population, he said, will "create a host of problems" in the 1960's. It wi'l bricg a "phenomenal explcsion" in the demand for more *>< %  heals anc* teachers, and for additional reusing. The dramatic change" in the me distribution was pointed out by Dr. Haber as another key tacI itt io N uitii, as well as automalon aid the r suiting "prosperity unemployment." ——— ^ mm T 0m !" AIR CONDITIONED ———^——^—^—— HOVLEVARD HEALTH MAMMN SWEDISH MASSAGE • BATHS Mon. Tliru Fri. 9.-J0 ojn.-l p.m.-Saf. 9:30 o.m.-4 p.m.-Closed Sunday 2030 BISCAYNE BLVD. ph. 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F"JC* .; '. +Jeitf rkri-J&r Friday. September 25 '-.t^ Fear Politics By MAX LEJLNER 6en. Yadin Reconstructs Bar Kochba Era; Archaeologist Will Speak on Beach Nov. 5 t.-. II res. I Ha "The Pru torn \)'A-i r.MT re* lo put I ,.''• • to base it upon, love and %  ,. ii the B mei His 1 V) Western allies wen • %  -. i Gei ice treaty—I •hat thus far he r: ith all three ha::•'•.• of opinion in the free toda) ..-. t tar itronger potiti n % %  : bii wray than he ai ir. ove AMIDST THE DEBATES on 'he his'ory and logic of Khrushchev's Berbfl position number of commentators -eem to have forgotten one u, ; %  ; .•.;><:•— the rr.<--hod by which Khrushchev ha< created the Climate a which the debate ii arried on. : i the first time in history a k-ad'-r ha-, u-<-d nuclear weapons—in the ('jr.-,-; of nuclear te • explosions—as political weapons Th;, teems to me the p.me .'" ai the events of recent weeks. It should be clear now thai •• %  '•' %  "' /. expJosiaBi he has conducted has been only in par. %  • ; .. aada of the weapons race. It is also intended to -how thi VATO peoples what the Russians can do to them if their leaders r< Ign of the commanding Soviet elite In Khrushchev's Interview with Cyrus Smlzberyer he was at pains to < %  : :.-,;. if President Kenr>r is the art t of ai rent -hat he ha ition. •[•..him in modrn history. 0 HO lei What Napoleon did .• rai in K tervie THE QUESTION IS %  I %  ion the i %  • It hake the r< crucial leadership athe !>< %  '• ..' rid v. it< %  %  i to • fearful. Th! kn< '•'. Khi /' tactic is that he h*said that m clear > %  < is intolerable and unthinkable: How v the threal ol nuclesr war tpeel the world to I he meant to carry out the thr< and plunge thi world the inf, erabh and unlhinkat '..-.second century" world of Bar his timeoeing reconstructed as a resilt the archaeological excavations I carried out at the Judean Reporting to President Itzhak Ben-Zvl at a recent ceremony on the findyielded by the second season of excava* Yigael Yadm. of 'he Hebrew ersit] I Jeru-a.err.. gave vivid everyday life both before and the Bar in the v %  : Heimince f tl rom the gl rious lymb \ for ] -.rmy ol 11 --: %  %  •• ..;. participated in the expedition.'" Gen. Yadin, professor of archaeology at Hebrew University, will be in Miami Beach on Nov. 5 *nd 6, in behalf of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. He will be guest of honor at a dinner at the home of Jack D. Gordon, South Florida Division president, Nov. 5. and give a public lecture on the Bar Kochba letters and the Dead Sea Scrolls at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium on Nov. 6. The latent expedition took place laSl spring, ar.d since then "he finds have been studied and the nature of some of them has just been revealed. The most important new addition to the first report concerns the contents of some of the papyri In the cave explored by Prof Yadm's group, some 50 to 60 papyri had been found, and it is now reported by Prof. Yadin that ten of these have so far been opened. All of them with administrative legal matters, indicating that Ein Gedi .mporunt admissutraUve -r for the region The> belong • > the period before t.-.e rebels CtV :ered the caves, and were probably taken there for safekeeping. Three oi,lh iloc'Amenxs. written m elegant Mishnaic Hebrew, in a script far superior to that cf any of the secular documents whicn have so far been I MUM) either in Israel or in Jordan, are contracts covering the lease of land in Em Bar KochtM through "ithosMtan Ben Machnaim. Admini>r of Shimon Ben K.--ba Prince Israel, in Ein Gei: They are dated the third yc .mor. Ber. Israel, one on the tweni and I KisThe les Ol Kir. The c intract manner Cent. Air-ConH Inrl Cont ^^r ROMWELL —KOTIl ABC On The Ocean at 20th Street M, A Mi BEACf*. FL A $* efi S3 y p a Kosher Mejl 3U Included db:. occ J9 00 Single 20 of 105 rooms O'.her rates availaole. • FREE: T.V and radio m every room. ChaiSJ lounges and matl; tree sel*-parking adjoins hotel; and 15 other features. • Dietary laws and Sa-.jath strictly observed Mashgiacn on premises. e Salt and sugar. free diets e Call Abe Getter direct. Miami JE 4-2141 TIE WEEK... IS I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A cept in bis observations about the need for expanded traditional Jewi h education, which seemed s purposeful preface designed to scotch • fi;this i ri1 icis m I i his Initial reference to the American Jewish need to fill the eft by a decimated European Jewish community. Hal "In time Israel will clarei vide the link Bui surely for the rn-xi :' neration whal Jc > i h liteducatii bi r forl will come n i ome froi <> '' %  e, there v Lhei i nee l %  to the hope that !%  • :.i b relii It i \r %  i ican Je 11 j' pitch" tieipatini • i.i i B the be In i iniii. hoi' ime intei• : in local i %  ;i". irs But rinv. that It i| on i %  Israel it d io ymbolize the entire mi a tin It was a diffei i it Fed eration that gathered 5 itii II ing diffi rent from ar.-. 1 had attended before an antiseptic, surface fl I'-icy about the talk and the psoooad an absence of en ti >i 'hat I all singu is v. : a iblj %  • inity fron upon Had it al as foreign thi al i •1 c6l .il — except for ly. For, in fact, almost rent Prof. Habei I) capable b iti"l addre sentation before a Jc fttion — proved that beyond question. KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS. Co-Own*r •' paymei Jewish money, ir. ace : : rsnislas •sixteen dinars which -elas".. All of them end .. ,j. signatures of thoe prir.cip^. cerned. and of the ssllnaim. Qg, A the witnesses ii "Masabala B?a Shimon." who is known fr Bar Kochba letters found last Two document* are written in. Anxnak. Of rhese, ooe is a r* ceipt of payment for thelease af land from Shimon Bon Kosaj, Prince over Israel, the sec-i probobty a contract for the s c4 property in Ein Gedi — aw through the n>o<*ium of the Ai minietrator of Shimon Ben Kto ba. Yet another document, extr : gory of "Bound Dethe text twice its I rittleness. only pan %  I deciphered. It de jf s vegetable gardw Nazareth Mayor Says Friendly Ties Set Back Thirteen Years Continued from Page 1-A majority, will be in a bad position to do anything for us now." He admitted that Arab resentment against the Israel government still was evident at the time of the sudden violent OUtbr but -aid relations had improved. Zubi said military government over the Arabs is the principal cause of resentment. The military government out the Arab as something special, something untrustworthy Alleged expropriation of Arabowned lands by the Israel government also was cited by Zubi, who has long been identified as one of tne principal architects of improved Arab-Jewish relationships. He said Arab citizens have had 250,000 acn taken from them .n the 13 years of statehood. Zubi also said Arab youths, although able to finish schools comparable to those of their Jewish counterparts, rarely find good jobs when they finish their educational ams The Israel eabinet Tuesday heard irts on the two border inci which precipitated the crisis art in effect absolved the patrol of blame in the killings. Zubi placed the principal b.j for the outbreak by the Arab [ lace on the Israel radio's Axa language service for annoui he ,-hootings. He pointed out that Arab youths frequently ar shot when tryir>3 to cross into the Gaia strip, |L. as often by Egyptians as by Is raelis. Such shootings—unless they in volve persons who had crosse : Israel on espionage missions—are seldom announced. Almost unheard of during the crisis, which continued in Acre u i abated Tuesday night, was the r of United Nations forces charged with patrolling the border bet the Gaza strip and Israel. THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN CATERERS tXQUISITt WEDDINGS 8. BAP MITZVAS 731 Washington Ave. Tlohone JE 8-54C1 RIVIERA CATERERS HfS Strictly Kosher OUR HAIL NOW BEING ENLARGED AND REMODELED. FREE Of CHARGE FOR ALl SOOAl AFFAIRS USING OOR CATERING FACILITIES • AVAILABLE FOR MEETINGS AND CARD PARTIES Under Personal Supervision of *o$e Finkelstein 1830 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Corel Gables Call HI 8-5441 or HI 4-0600 SAND ELL ^J2 Strict, y Kosher Catering • BAR MITZVAHS • WEDDINGS o PARTIES 7446 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FIA. Ph. 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Tiidoy. September 29. 1961 *JmU t> Fkrk&an 7cqe 11-A Aramco 'Employees' Offer Mid-East Poop NEW YORK—t.TTAi—The West's altitude toward the Palestine An introduction to the handbook Arab refugee question and "a real sense of ir.sccurit\ with respect to noted that it had been prepared by i possible further expansion of Israel"' are the major reasons why the Aramco employees who are not I Arab States have turned to the Soviet Union for arms and economic i.-.-istancc, according to the "Aramco Handbook." published by the Arabian American oil Company for the guidance of its employees. The lavish volume, profusely ilInHarvest Festival of Sukkoth is celebrated by members ol Temple N'er Tamid in the congregation's Sukkah constructed by i )€ Men's Club. Left to right are Alex E:cr. Joseph Kahn. Jcck Shaw, and Mesdames Louis Hobermcn. Murrey Shew. Louis Cohen, Ralph Mervis. Dale Regent (seated 1 In foreground back to camera) is Maurice Zaretzky, vice president ci Tempi* Ner Tamid. Community Relations Body Challenges NJ. State Educator strated and rrinted in The Netherlands, has been distributed by the oil company to public libraries throughout the country. The 343page volume contains only two references to Israel—a brief reference t" the fact that "the Arab States dispute Israel's claims to rights in the Gulf of Akaba," and a longer reference to the Arab-Israeli dispute as a source of tension in the Middle East Nor does the name of Israel ap%  pear anywhere on the score or mere of maps appearing in the bock, or on any of the numerous charts on the Middle East which are included in the book. An illustration, in color, "Middle East Flags," depicts the national colors of 10 Middle East countries, but net the blue-white flag of Israel. feelings, coupled with a real sense of insecurity with taspect to possible further expansion of Israel, largely explain why Egypt and later Syria turned to the Soviet Union for arms and economic assistance after failing to get what they wanted from the West." professional writers and that the central purpose was "to help Aramco employees see the Aramco venture in proper perspective—to see what is happening today against the background of the past and in the light of current world affairs." Opinions expressed, it said, "do not necessarily represent official views of Company management." No reference is made to Aramco discriminating employment practices with respect to Jews. Anglo-Jewish Writers in Plea For Cultural Freedom in USSR Continued from Pag? 1-A be a resounding act of humanity if L ndon and Broadway success, "Five Finger Exercise;" Brain the Soviet authorities would enable Glanville, leading British novelist those who wish to do so to at least a nd Sunday Times writer: Dan rejoin their relatives abroad." the I Jacobson, former South African letter said. A historical section, describing system established after World War I. makes reference The ten signatures were novelist and critic; Dannie Abse, Wolf poet and playwright; Novelist the mandate system established Mankowitz. one of England's leadFrederick Raphael; Garda Charles, mg young intellectuals; Bernard ... .. „ .. .. a leading woman novelist and Crt Kops. one of the new wave \ ARK — (WNS) — The Comi |j Relations Committee of the -i Community Council of Esnunty has challenged the re(i ling by State Commissioner ...tion Frederick M. Raubi that the singing of Christmas i s and Chanuka songs in New ey's public schools was not in i ict with state laws against rei as practices in the schools. Commissioner ruled, in turni own a complaint by parents list religious songs in the is that the Legislature "had i otention of excluding every vesi -i ; ; religious thought" and that, in addition, it was not possible to ive from the school program ,i.-y practice that may in some offend the religious beliefs of I parents." At the same time he maintained f every religious reference be eliminated," the writings ot Milton. T< • Shakes] and the music of Bach, Wagner, Handel. ssohn, Beethoven and %  t.: ;.."the Negro spii ituals and si me of our patriotic and folk songs, would have to be prohibited." Dr. Rauhmger also upheld the practice of saying of grace by pupils a: school meals. Philip E. Hoffman, chairman of the Community Relations Committee, said that while there was no questioning "the good faith" of Dr Kaubinger. there was reason to I doubt his right to interpret Legislative intent. Intent, he said, was .i matter to be decided by the courts. | At the same time he rejected Dr. Raubinger's analogy, declaring that t h e "singing of Christmas %  carols and Chanuka songs in ccle| bration of sectarian holidays has i no relevance to the teaching'oi music, literature or history."' 10 the British Mandate over Palestine and the subsequent severance f Jon Silkin. British tic: ;md Emanuel Litvinofl of Jordan for establishment as an independent state, but fails to report thai the Palestine Mandate ended with establishment of the State <>:' Israel in part of the territory of Palestine or lo explain in any way how the Palestine Arab refugee situation was created. In dealing with present tensions in the Middle East, the "Aramco Handbook" notes that "another cause has been the tragic impasse in the Arab-Israeli conflict. Current problems in the Middle East cannot be understood without a comprehension of how strongly the Arabs feel on this issue The West's apparent indifference to Arab viewpoint and to the plight of the million or so Arab refugees displaced from their homes in Palestine has been both disillusioning and frustrating to the Arabs." The editors added that "thes poet: Peter Shatter, author of the essayist and novelist UCHAYIM to the American-quality of greatness! Commodore Uriah P. Levy Famed naval hero of the War of 1812. Levy served his country with great distinction from the Revolution to the end in 1862. His quality of greatness is seen in the law he fathered—the abolishment of flogging in the Navy. He bought Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's home, had it' repaired and gave it to the government. 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Page 12-A +J*ls*fk*klkHi Friday, September 29, 19 61 %  • % %  ''" %  l-^Y^' : V ^Kul 1 flu L^^fiSfapfffl^^ % ife j %  S3 ^H ^^Hm H** 9 J 1 V 1 b^^sy-j W'Jk ^^ IP M m A ^ .^Ito^fl HHHHB Samuel Bronfman (left;, president of the Canadian Jewish Congress, presents the organization's first annual H. L. Caiserman Av/ard to Rabbi Arthur Chiel, whose book "The Jews in Manitoba," il being published by the University of Toronto Press. The award was made for Rabbi Chiel's orioinal contribution in the field of Jewish letters. The award wiii" be made annually during Jewish Book Month, and is open '.o Canadian .' d "3 who distinguish themselves through the publication c: works in the field of Jewish literary, scientific, research, arts or relate-areas. Rabbi Chiel established the Department of Judaic Studies at the Un versify of Manitoba and was director <~i the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation there. He is now rabbi of the Genesis Hebrew Center, Tuckahce, NY., and is ciso program editor of the television procrcm, 'The Eternal L.ght." Stein to Head Seminary Unit By Special Report NEW YORK — Louis Stein, president of Food Fair Stores, has been appointed national chairman tor 1D61 of the National Pa'rons Society of t h e Jewish Theological Seminary of America, it was announced this week by Dr. Louis Finkelstei.i. chancellor of the Semin; ry. The program of the Patrons Soe.i ty is a major [actor in raising funds to meet Hi'.Seminary's annual maintenance budget of S3.In his new post. Stein will direct arrangements for the Society's annual Louis Marshall Award dinner, to be held in New York on Sunday, Oct. 29, at the Roosevelt hotel, in honor of Abraham A. Ribicoff, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. Stein also will participate in the program of a special convocation earlier in the djcy, when Ribicoff will have the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws conferred upon him by the Seminary. The convocasion will be held in! the Horace Matin Auditorium of: Teachers College, and Ribicoff will ; be honored for Ins "distinguished | and lasting contributions to fhej ideal of social and human welfare! a* the chief responsibility of city, | state and nation.'' LOUIS STf/N IWV BoMling League formed A statewide Jewi.-h War Vete-j rans Bowling League has been formed to play Wednesday evenings at I he Coliseum. Howard Melnick, president of the league, said I those Interested in taking part in | the handicap play over the next eight months should contact Ainslee Fertlie. Spanish, French Courses Slated Spanish and French courses are now betag offered at the Coral Cables Youth Center. 4J0 Anasta sin ave. Spanish classes for beginners will meet from 1 to :; p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays; and intermediates, from 1 to :j p.ni Mondays a n d Wednesdays, under the direction fit PedCC Bench/ A beginners' course In French will be held from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m Mondays and Wednesdays LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARR AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 THURtfOS^D MONUMENT CO, INVITES YOU TO VISIT THEIR SHOV ROOMS AND DISPLAY LOOK TOR TWO-STORY WHITt BUILDING MAY WE SERVE YOU AS WE HAVt SO MANY OTHERS 3253 S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-1614-HI 4-2157 MTMORIAIS OfBEAUTY DIGNITY AND PERMANENCY GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS Israel Official Rep On Burma Friendship By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Jerusalem The other day. we met here with I?raei's Ambassador to Burma, Elyashiv Ben-Chonn. and his account of the developing bonds between the two countries was encouraging indeed. The Emtassy officials at Rangoon and the Israel Colony in Burma as a ..hole—said Mr. Ben-Chorin—feel arid know that they live among friends, and they all derive great satisfaction from their work in thifar-away land. There arc now about 30 Israel experts engaged in various fields in Burma. Two Israel families are presently helping in the establishment of agricultural settlements. Of the is settlements pianned, six have already been established. Israel experts also participate in the opera'ion of BurmaNational Maritime Company Recently, an agreement was signed in Rangoon with Israel hotel experts for the operation of Rangoon's newest hotel. A joint Burma-Israel construction firm is now engaged in the building of 10 student hostels, in the erection of a central market at Rangoon, and in construction of roads in several parts of the country. Through the years, a considerable number of Burmese—including military personnel — underwent training in Israel, and it is envisaged that their number would grow in the near future. The trade relations between Israel and Burma are so far on a limited scale. Israel's main import item from Burma is rice, to which hard timber has been added recently; the exports comprise chiefly textiles and spare parts for machinery. However, Mr. I Ben-Chorin expressed the hope thai trade relations would grow with Burma's developing economy. This encouraging picture of Is-: rael • Burma relations was fortij fied by the stand taken by Bur; REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Creoter Miami's Largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew t. Sunday Schools. MrfceJeiafe i Retail ISRAELI GIFTS AND NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR ma's Prime Minister U-Xu a! the conference,-oi the •neutral'', eouo-, tries at Belgrade—a stand which prompted Israel's Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim and Prime Minister Ben-Gunon to send L'-.Nu cables, hailing his "courage, rightmindedness and firmness" against the "ugly attempt" to sully Israel at the Conference. It was Prime Minister U-Nu'S firm stand that thwarted the attempt by L'.A.R. dictator Nasser and the other Arab delegates to force upon the Conference "he passage of a resolution that would have castigated Israel as "a tool of im; i lalism endangering the well being of the Afro-Asian countries.' The case of Belgrade proved •' al a firm stand taken by one of thi Afro-Asian countries is capable ol frustrating tnc Arab policy of utilizing that bloc for the purpose of their anti-Israel campaign. In this connection it is recalled that when. lasl year. Upper Volta < pposed the Arab demand that Is rael rot be invited to the annual party celebrating 'Africa Day" in New York, it forced the cancelation of the affair. Thus, gratifying as the stand displayed by Burma at the Belgrade Conference has been, the position taken by a number of other Afro-Asian countries evoked here sound disappointment. DisapDointina also was the attitude displayed by Ghana and Guinea, altnough it was hardly surprising in view of the stand taken by these countries at the "Casablanca Conference" where —while asking for and accept^ Israel assistance—they found j, possible to co-sign a resolution charging Israel with ". nperij. lism." Somewhat disappointir;; | 0 o was the passive attitude adopted at the Belgrade Conference by Emperor Haile Selassie ol Bum, pia—a country to which Israel has beetfteVoting much effort The outstanding fact Is that these of the Afro-Asian bloc oar. ticipating in the Confererccomprised a very large sectioi anti-Israel elements, and ,|;H!. despite this fact. Nasser's i ent endeavors to push thr anti-Israel resolution hafailed. MEMORIALS [~ 'Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builders" Exclusive Cecier "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS Te live in Heittj We leave Behinti li lo live Forever. mzv Scheduled Unveilings SUNDAY, OCT. 1. 1961 Ml. Neb* (rmefery SAMUEL D. FISHER, 2:30 p.m. Rubbi Samuel Jaffe "May Theft Soul* Repose m Eternal Trace'" PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phor.,HI 44)922 \ Here, memory is forever enshrined in beauty Vomit \eho, Miami %  oldest and finest Jewish cemetery ''an he jour onlv choice Joel ait hs< already been for o\r 4.000 other highly esteemed Jewish families. A Perpetual Care Fund exceeding $100,000 is your a—-urance of ill never-changing beauty .. And there are no taxes, assessments or maintenance costs. Your initial cost need lw vow onlj one. Details will he gladly furnished, in your home, b) mail or phone. t % • i i i t i i i MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETER*' 5'JOS Northwest 3rd St. Phone MOhawk 1-7693 FOR DETAILS WRITE TOMoonl Nebo Cemetery 5505 N.W. 3rd Street, Miomi, Flor I • Please trnd me. iiilliimt obligation, /nil details on Family Bur-il estates in Mount Nebo. Name Vddresi t ii\ Zone Slate



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. September 29. 1961 +Jewish fit rid inn Page 13-A ^Xjlxemini sz/rtzerQih, Simchas J orah and are "^own as Shemini Atzereth. with Yizkor mej Loria 1 I "y ers als0 scheduled. Monday evening. Hakofos processional' will sui • I the launching of Simchas Torah, marking the conclusion ol \ Ihe rend ng of the Five Books of Moses, and the resumption of their [wading Jl Qeaesjs, ,Gans*yvati*a and Orthodoxcongregations-feature addition Simchas Torah services Tuesday. •OUDATH ISRAEL. 78M Carlyle •• ""..„,,,x. Rabbi Isaac Ever Orthodox | K ,.,,> Saturday *:S0 am i %  .r Beope to Develoi Spiritual < "apabllltlea I \!i'l si'iruum .i|#*i'i.• •*-.-. ,i, Bheld aon of Rabbi ,.,, %  Hindi Bver. sunilnv | ,., H -h,n. Etabbali aervtee. Buni ', ., Miiurlv, followed b) Pro |*> ', .-, vtxereth. Monda) Memorial xervlce, II B m I' >i I P R' •" s In • Fes I vi .. p.m. Blmc R gonsi EMES. T53J SW Uth ave R. Y-jsko, president. Purpose of Life is Shown In Search for Contentment BETH PAVlD 082S SW 3rd ave. Conjirvai ve Rabb Norman Sn.ipiro r,-, rVilliam v. LiDSon ni.ii: • %  I 'll • P • n ii i Bunda) I %  Mi.ndaj %  a.in Viakui i.n : .ii ilil i."i atui rah > :> a.tn I > iko • i-.-HiT : Hrla: %  ,| IK .-Hi..' %  II i 1 BET" TL. 500 S'.-. I7ttl svs. Orthodox RJMII Solomcr chi'f s!atuiday :S0 < n I'ortl • %  the Week" JUM. I.I I • H mdaj %  %  %  f inp, a> s a.m. Viz >•memorial service %  i a • % %  prmor ''The I Ivfni Recall." .Monday S:30 p.m. Blmcba* i iii. i'.iiun pro. -b.-n.il. Tuesday *•'.:<' a.m. Slmohae Torah KNESETH ISRAEL.. 1415 Euclid awe. Orthodox. Raooi Oivid Lenrtield Cantor Abraham Seif. • MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th av Traditional. Cantor Fred Ben-ste.n. Irlii 6 p.m .' %  • i .i i-i S.in • \ li p m. Rab i I R..SI-I %  le lit I • • ibnh [on In 7 I '.' i rii a "i i i IU ,i iii SIM. :' OHEV SHALOM 91' No'rr.a-dy dOrthodox Rajti ?h n 8 j| Weoerman 5EPH4RDIC JEW 3-< CF\TER. 645 Collins ave. Cantor S Nachnnas. • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW HU st. Conservative Rabbi Maurice Klein. Sunday Shemil I 8 p.m Mi n laj '•• i m i.n s nnon 'I PHI W .• l-'i .1 %  -• I • %  II %  hati T. -.. By RABBI GERALD LERER Flagler Granada Jewish Cantor r rtaj %  l in i-|... nai-li.I TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. 102J NE 183rd at. M ami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zuoker. Cintor Abraham Keisman. '" '*> B %  %  '.'" l-Tldaj R:30p.m. .i i.-i" a in .-•i„ r %  '.•• %  • beai MonrEiVlP.t "T-< •% t. >950 N. Kendae Torah Hakofos dr s Miami. Reform Raobi HerberBaumgard. Cantor Charles *"rtnl-'i i.ln 5:13 p % %  non "Why I '•• We Have So Mm ; I illdn) B?" Bat unlay 11:1.1 a.m -I'.-.r M'tzvi.li: Mark. .-•in of Dr. an-l Mrs. lernard Tumarkl'i. Sundaj 7:J0 Shi 'ini Ataereth. Annual T II pi eaal mal i\ 1.1 Blmchnsi Torah Ber\"lce Monlaj in a.m. i .--! m .— t\ i.-.-. i 'hildren ., %  ', esdat) S JO a.m. 10 a BETH f METH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. -ative. Raobi Max Shapiro. Cantor Hymin Fine |, snon: "Stagnation %  Hua.l ij r'eaal of Tabar-IT i M Monilnj 9 %  .i 'ii Pur fj Vonr lliaris." Mer\ i. .M m ; .i> 7:J0 p.m. KeJ l" %  iver the Truth." u ill |i irtlclpate In -%  ^ %  ETM ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie svs. Oi thoorx Rabbi H Louis Rottman ETH lACua 501-311 Washington a*. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maur.ce Vamches. I' "y' -. %  >' .' a.ni Sa*.arda\ 8:*0 n.m Peri ,,K ,.: % % %  %  HlaKles Monday <. r %  %  ••n"I • %  t'a RamemVi/ vli-.-.-. 7:30 p.m. I I BETH K0DE3H. 11551 Quail Roost dr. • —BETiTORAH 164tn St. and NE 11th |ve Conservatve. Rabbi Max Lipsch•!:•. Cantor 8en-Zion Kirscheni %  P nu a i" irdty %  *' %  a.m. Har Ira, o Mr. and Mra HII i-tor. .-" II %  • %  i'Ai p.m. Monday .i. Sli." nl A-/., nth. in a in i i. sen Ices. Monda> .--iii. with cl lldren :i. '.'•. •.' .\ 8: 1 ", a. in. C'J. 1 CONC = EGAT;ON ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Wa-.ington ave. Orthodox. R.ibbi Ati, • im Strisifsld. %  ; p nSaturday 8:30 a m. K •' % %  •• sunda> 7 a.111 Kal ; -1' er\ Icea Bhemlnl Sunda> 8:t2 p.m. Monday yiljl -%  V %  ••.1 : 10 a.Ill .-nr. has Torah %  COR^. WAV JEWISH CENTER •75; ; vv 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam U-i ..rii. oantjr Gershon Levin. 1 !i'i. ;. %  ; p • .-'.-1111 11. IntarSabba o Taberiia lea." "Whj Bo% %  %  7:80 ., in Ha.> ,:, 1 .. m 0 u : "Iteatlnc •' 1 ria!>pln i! in-is •• Sunda; I*. Bhe • • AI/.IM. th Bel a a.n Si r iort: "Wlthoul I nil ['hen Is no Ra n." Yizkor ma1 ": |i ..>. rMnndas; •'•:''• l> '• roi %  8:3J p i-i. 'till ri n' iv nebd • a.n Kermon 1 li-li itn 'i !..>'' 1'"! 1 ''i' 1 11 rvtr-e, f >' %  ;. m. TEMPLE BETH SHiRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gjttlieb. Mondnj 7:80 |.m Btmchaa Torah proi.s-ii.n. Members of h'ukkuh bulkllnfi committee to be honored: Let RachIne, Mordecal Parneaa, Stanley Roaenbt-rg, Irvim; Brand, Donald Koliner, and Aaron Appelbaiim, Sukkah decoration committee Included Maadame im.. %  .•'!. i i 1 ,ou is Sacha, Sarah InMiiian, .in : Wernlck ufflcl ite*. \\ •' I %  %  a in. Blmchan I'..rah MI.IV! ly 7:3 p.m. — • — TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative RahhIrvir Lehrman. Cantor H.-sch' Adler SiturilRv %  • ;i MI H • %  • •'Michael ,,,n ,ii Mr. and MrFrederic Miller, m, aj ; %  %  '' '.nlnl Atzel eth Monda) '' a % % %  • V • i 10:1 '• a m. Junior mareaatlon Ii Aanemnls 10 80 a in. Monda} 7 p.m Bimchai Torah Tii. • tin 9 .' %  rfl njnl sei Ii r In th< Temple t: 13 a.m. The festival cf Sukkoth. which this .'.ear began on f.t>e evening ol Sept. 24, is commonly referred to as "Zeman Simchateinu.*' the Sea son of our Joy. This is primarily due to the fact that. i:i reference to Sukko.h. the Tcrah commands us: "And you shall rejoice before the Lord your Gad for seven days strange Mitzvah, one is prompted to ask: How can you command a pei ,n '•) be happy. n<>v can y t 'i cor rol me n • • an I emol i i in that h< he hap, ; i •. s ;koth? Wh.it p •( c t ly, did •• Torah h i e in H l en i: c)mma:i< ed us to n o.l UliS fo;:v ji'.' 'I he % % %  • %  %  ol Ihe m itter is that when we Bl p to en sider the purpose and goal of i 1 : %  .'. we will tind that it is actually a constant pursuit after contentment and happiness, in the process of pursuing the goal of happiness, however, we never piite seem to achieve it. rVe never seem to reach a point in our lives when we can honestly say that we are completely happy cr satisfied With all the emphasis that our civilization and culture places upon the enjoyment of life, our ba^ic requirement remains unfulfilled. I am inclined to believe that our basic difficulty in attaining true joy and happiness stems from the tact that we oiten tend to confusv ihese values with entertainment and amusement. Entertainment is an evasion and escape frcm the seriousness of life, while serving as a temporary distraction from reality. Joy. on the other hand, is life itself. The 'lorah was, therefore, very specific when it said: 'And you shall rejoice before the Lord your God.*' Certainly, the Torah did not have in mind the usual standard of everyday enjoyment, such as the over-attachment to a lite based apon amusement and distraction. The Torah specifically says that our joy on Sukkoth shall be betore the Lord. It must be a spiritual type of happiness and contentment. May the Sukkoth Festival bring to each and everyone of us the blessings of a "Chag Samei-ach" — a truly joyous and a truly happy life. KAMI GcffALl) LiRtk purpose onJ goal OATDE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREOA.T.ON. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con. Wrvativa. 'Rabb. Harold Richter. Pjntor Emanuel Mandel. 'i' %  30 p.m. Sermon: "Sukkoth ; 'rencVtptl •" Saturday B:SI i mon: "Hoahana: Volci •"' >-i' II." Bunda; 9 a.m. Hoahana Bun M •• p.m. si:, in :ii •.•••, ; service. Monda) i Vi/.k... in a.in. Ser"ii the Wings ..f Memory." 7 p.m. Simchas Torah service i b) par i 'ui sda I 30 a.m. Torah morning; service. F LAGLER-GRANAOA. 50 NW 51st PiConservative. Rabbi Gerald Lere-. Cantor Hsrry Zaretsky. S %  • II. in. s.i'n ,ia\ U a.m. Bon%  i. HI. Bhanilnl Ataereth, Monday -•' %  nnon: "Remembering i >ui • Tlakor services ii:4:, a.m. ftj G p.m.. Sim, has Torah, II. iat 7 p in. T leeda) 9 a.m. Baal i" a.m. HEEREW ACADEMY. 918 6th st. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. • p %  B i turday s a.m. Hani Ral l.ah Bunda) 7 a.m. and i m Bhemlnl Atzereth. Monday % % %  and 5:48 p.m tlakor memorial. 11 Peaal of Conclusion." Tuean. nil ;,:!.-, p.m. Simchas 1 • 1" :i> a.m. Sermon: "Feast of %  J iii lag." %  SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 23th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Moiton Maiavtky. Cantor Louis Cohen ttaay 6 p.m. Sati | S:30 a.m. Sun%  I'' p.m. Slieinini Atzereth. MonTEMPLE lSRe. "' %  7 NF IQts. • Reform. RabO Joph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornstein. I-', Ida.v 1 >:1". i>.' f nnon: "The ili-h Hoi) Days Ha\ u ha I Now?" H uida) 7 p.i % %  of Conclusion. rViuni • -i chll Iren if the pellglotts school w ill be I Monda) ,t *'" ilia m. Memorl Una • TEMPLE JUOEA. 3?3 Palermo ave Liberal. Rabbi Vordecai Pbdet. ii..,,, >. i p. i %  'lie ceremi m> Mine Sandra Serkin Saturday 10:30 i.in. Bar M tat il M chael, .-"ii <>f Mr. and MrB>rnl ,%  I>I-I Mon a 10:30 a.m. Shemini Ataereth p.m, Simchas Torah H 1 TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St Co"-ervst'v bi Msver Abram owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Prlday SMS p." %  w %  •> x:1 %  '" Bunda) 8:1S p m Shi mini Ataei • l Monda) 'S:4.*i i m V izk service vfon la • ," %  i" Si %  %  Torah, chllIren's pr s sion T esday B:4S a.m TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. an Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Car tor Samuel Qombero. Hii.lay S:l". p.n n "Kukkoth — Symbol of Man's P"i iiit^." Saturda) s:4"i a in Sen *W>" Portion. Bunda) 6:80 M ataereth. Mon la) 1:48 a m Vutkor, 10:80 a.m. ,;::, ,,,,,. Bimchoa Torah. Tueaday s: i". a.m. TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12101 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benn M Wallach. PYlda) B:1S p.m, Sermon: "The Rich Harvi at." TEMPLE TIFEHETH JACOB. 6 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabb L*i Helm. Prlda) B:80 p.m Saturday B %  m. sermon: "The Book of Ecclealastea Speaka to -i Bophlatleated Generation TEMPLE ZAMOHA, 44 Zamora avs By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why is it customary for the eongaticn to parade around the altar seven times on Hoshanah Rabbah (ocurring this year on Sunday, Oct. 1? The Talmud relates that on this day there was a special ceremony in 'he Temple in which the priests circled the a'.tar seven times holding willow branches in their hands (Succah 44a). The sages contended that this practice was instituted by the prophets and served as a reminder of-the seven circuits, made around the wall of the city ot Jericho betore it came tumbling down (Succah 43b. Yerushalmi Succth4:3). Our tradition today is to encircle the altar seven times with all four of,the species (i.e. the Lulav, the Estrog, the Haddasim ana the Aravoi). The general idea of encircling the altar is to demonstrate that the produce of the world's vegetation is dependent upon the Almighty whom we serve at the altar. Indeed, the productivity of the fields depends upon man's measure of service to Deity. Why arc the willow branches beaten on H-shanah Rabbah? It is rather an indication and a source of hope and courage as the last of the Days of Judgment for this season comes upon us. i Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz Friday 8:48 p.m. Saturda) 4:13 a.m s ii ay ;.:4". p.m. shemini Ataereth servlcea. Monday B:48 a.m, Vi/.ki.r 10 a.m. i p.m. llak.ifos. Tuesday 8:48 um. —— e — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th si Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. e — TIFERETH ISRAEL. e500 N. Miam ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman Can •or Alh-t Glnntz. Friday 8:80 p.m. Bermon: ".lu : ami f'bol ii.,i A." Saturday 8 a.m i %  This punt is prepared in co operation with the Spiritual Ltfud%  • %  ; of the Greater Miami Rubbm '' %  ca\ Ann. RAHBI MAX A. I IPSCHITZ C< irdmator Contributor; RABBI -nl OMON SCHIFF Gems of Wisdom m wa i,n.iiahiii.iiii.iiiiiiii:iiiiiini.i iimmnMMmii-' 'R ANSI AT ION — GEMS OF WISDOM A< the Esrojt hj\ taste and fraFrance. th palm taate hut no fruprance the mvrtla fragrance bui no taste, and the few* have learning ami good .i^:'.l M'nif i<-arniii^ but no deeds to "f Ad^ but no !rariun.'4 and sone neither leamwi • u.r derb. Scid the Hol> One 'f.tr: tliemal^h; tied totjetiier, ond tFey nil' atone one fur the other. 1.1 V. R. r • f)n t'-r Fej" of Booths, hrael .i-oti'd offer seventy bullocks, corresponding to the teventy nations / the uorld. anJ ,"ra\c-J tliut flify night live i'i trati futltty. MIDRASH reAuxiM. t 1 ; I • I %  ; I I if m trust HI t/isa CANDLUIGH7ING TIME 19 Tishri — 5:55 p.m. | •ssn*SMSBBsomasaasBarasS>^ssiipB>BiicinnjiiiMs



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Pcge 14-A vJeniif Fk-rMfar Friday. September 2& Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Post Hammarskjold UN Will Mean Arab Nationalism Washii % HE UNITED NATIONS naj be exploited by Arab nationalism and could even witness the ere of a "Palestine Liberation Movement" to d< Israel. Informed Washing! in (facials are specula on the growth of Arab power in the post-Hammarskjold United Nations The rise of the Afro I bloc in the UN and election of a Moslem. Mong: S of Tunisia, as president of the General A .-.-err. portends Arab use of the UN tor anti-Israel ei The basic Arab desire is to bracket Israel French Algeria. 1' irl Angola, the Unii South Africa, and Katanga Arab envisa ei .i turnnig back of the Near East ckx 1947 to negate the UN '. a and its aftermath. The Arabs want I • IN machinery that would compromise Israeli sovei is the fir.-: step for a process the \: a climate for an arm. ggle in Israel wherein the IN ialisl aspirations. This session, the UN Arab l i create a UN appara'us mplement the repatriation and compensation of Arab rel The United States is committed to the principle of Israeli concessions. Seeking Arab -ipport in the UN against the Soviet "Troika" de-iin. America may go further than it actually desires in appeasement .*f the Arabs. The Arabs are not aiming for a peaceful return of a limited number of Palestinian Arabs. They want to create an atmosphere in which the IN portrayIsrael in the wrong. Concurrent with the refugee weapon, the Arabs will demand UN machinery inside Israel to restore abandoned Arab properties. This is another way of injecting IN authority into internal Israeli affairs. It is part of the plan to undermine foundations of Israeli independence and sovereignty. When and if the Arab-prodded UN portrays Israel as "defying" UN decisions, the Arabs would unleash violence through a so-called "liberation movement. There would be armed infiltration by "freedom fighters" backed by the Arab world. P res ident Nasser, of the UAR. might even declare a "Republic of Palestine." perhaps in the Egyptian Sinai adjacent to Israel. A key to events will emerge in the unfolding Arab attitude toward the United Nations Emergency Force stationed by the late L'N Secretary General in the Gaza Strip and at Sharmel-Sheikh. the entrance of Akaba Gulf. The Arabs could either ODpose new allocations to L'N'EF ar try to use force against Israel. Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAK A View of Prejudice kRE AMERICANS WHO b education inclined to be [criminating against Jews thar Iwho havve DO college education" 1 A Jan this subject has now been compL by the American Jewish Committee ler the direction of Prof. Charles Stemper. of Rutgers University The l-eveals that when asked whether they would vote for a well qualified Jewish candidate :'.': President of the United States nominated by the par' their choice. 82 percent of persons with college educal replied in the affirmative. The percentage was less among persons with mar school cr high school education. Catholics prejudiced than Protestants on voting for a Jew .. date for President. Persons who voted for either candidate in the 1956 Presidential elections v. ere about equ receptive to the possibility of a Jewish candidate Presidency — more so than those who abstained The study established that when the question of anti-Jewish discrimination is put in broad general terms, the educated do not show more interest or concern than the uneducated. Discrimination as a matter of policy or institutional practice is less acceptable to the educated than to the less educated. However, the educated favor discrin. tion more than the uneducated do where personal feelings are at issue, specifically in the matter of employment Social class and income level do not have a uniform effect on anti-Jewish discrimination. Most frequently, high status is associated with a high level of prejudice. The educated are slightly more likely to accept Jews as guests in the home than the less educated. They are also more likely than others to send their children to colleges which admit students on the basis of merit, without quotas for Jews. The better educated are somewhat more likely than the uneducated to prefer a resort hotel which does not discriminate against Jews, but they are also more likely to object to all-Jewish resorts. In the upper and lower classes—but not in the middle class —education is related to rejection of Jewish neighbors. In the upper class it is also related to disapproval 1 of marriage with Jews. In the lower class, on the other hand, education decreases opposition to intermarriage. — I'NEF .-.ere removed ti mile-wide All N'asser vly install guns and seal off Eilat Israel's access to Asia and East Africa. Thiw re the Arab blockade that existed before Sin3i war. If Israel fought again to open • ---age. the Arabs would expect UN support The Moslem president of the General Asi Mongi Slim, of Tunisia, will have a voice in de lural r esti ns a I thi man irers for t gap created by Mr Hammarskjold's rica will obviously seek to cultivate Mr. SI The State Department, with obvim pi I te White House, is concentrating on the Ar problem to improve American relations Irabs, But the Department >rsuade the Arabto lift illegal Ct Americans, as well as Israe Prime Minister Ben-Gurion last May 30 met P-e-iJent Kennedy in New York. The Prime Mia,-• r stress* '. that Soviet heavy munitions continue] ;ng into Arab states and that the tempirary calm in the region was deceptive. Mr. Ben-G told the press he reached "a very large measure agreement" with Mr. Kennedy on the Arab rel • %  %  But the State Department was quick to ci the Israeii leader. The State Departnv President Kennedy raised with Prime Mil rlirion the subject of the tragic plight Arab refugees an understanding betweei I : and the Prime Minister a? to a spec lid not arise Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN 2 The 'Psychology' of Judaism THE TEMPTATION. 8y Theodor Reik. 256 p?. New York: George Braziller, Inc., 215 Parn Avenue South. S4.50. "AND THE CORD -a:J t> Abraham, take BOW thy ? on. thy only one. whom thou lovest, Isaac, and get thee into the land of Monah; ar.J offer him there for a burnt-cffering upon one of the mountains which I tell thee of." Thus it is written in the book of Genesis: and the story of Abraham and Isaac, terrifying in its near tragedy, exalted in the fear of the Lord of the righteous man. and mysterious in its strangely bare diction and taut narrative, is one which has puzzled .-cholars and theologians for centuries. Freud. Wellisch. Frazer, Mann and others have analyzed it; artists and writers have tried to recreate it. One of the most beautiful Midrashim I have ever read, appeared in a 1956 number of "Midstream;" it was by Shlomo Katz, and it appended to the story the imagined emotions of Isaac, who had felt chosen and then had been rejected, who had been glorified only to be humiliated. Now the renowned psychoanalyst and student of Freud. Dr. Theodor Reik. who endured extreme abuse forty-,ix years ago when, as a young man. he first lormulated the ideas expressed in this book in a lecture at the Vienna Psychoanalytic So< "The Puberty Rites has retui bravely to his investigatl -.i book, this volume forms the last par>] inquiry into what he term.. 0 f mankind: the are "Mystery Ml ti. \n." the dm-: "Myth an J,-.^;. of the F %  Man, and "The Creation jf W course • is Dr Reik's s i 3 much m .T thai m in once practiced human sacrifice; to refute this. n. in the Ttii centurj B.C E the pr phets lag the child-murder ritual pr influence •,. aereas the r was unknown to the %  )_•;• thousand years earlier. To Reik. the clues go back into what be the "dream time." eons before recorded histor) sacrifice story echoes, in his insight, the much older traditions of primitive cultures, to whom initiation or puberty rites were central: and puberty rites themselves, psychiatrists tell us. symbolize a partial resolution Of the Oedipus complex, the primordial, ineluctable, immutable rivalry between father and son. In the binding of Isaac. Dr. Reik finds the interlocking themes of death-and-resurrection cere monies, circumcision, covenants, and the Bar Mitzvah of modern Judaism; and in the Christian story of Jesus, he finds a recapitulation of the Isaac story, seen this time in the viewpoint of a son-religion rather than a patriarchal one. Unpleasant as it is to see the magnificences of one's own religion reduced to the status of neolithic puberty rites, one must ask whether such ar. analysis really peses a threat of any kind. True or untrue — and while it is insupportable by document or fact, it is psychoanalytic conjecture of the most plausible, persuasive in.-ight — is the story of Isaac diminished in any way? I think not. Even the concept of Torah as divine revelation remains unthreatened. for Genesis itself speaks of a time be fore "men began to call upon the name of the Lord." a time before a people Israel, and before a Covenant with them What the Jews know about their rela tionship with God is untouched, it seems to me. by other peoples thought about their relationship's with their gods, or by the human conflicts from b those may have sprung. Is this hair-splitting^ — for what if a line could be drawn, irrefutably straight back into the ind ritual? Who is able %  • what the ways of God might be? To b irtvie-. anl ing. In his creativity and seta -"ini chari f som what repetitive prose. al barbs. Dr. Reik accuracy concerning the roots Judaism 1 must with judgment. I. .. Foreiqn Newsletter TULLIA 2IVJ The Status of the Yugoslav Jewish Community 3ei.. AT ~1-A UUca 7 Jula, in an old dun; ** Red building which is the prop^.";. the Jewish community of Belgrade. es of the Federation of Jewish Communities in Yugoslavia are located. I There. Dr. Albert Vajas. professor at h> the taw faculty of Belgrade University. %  and president of the Federation sine; jL1948. welcomed me in his large, comfortable office. From the walls in his office, the photcgraohs ol Marshall Tito Theodor Herzl, and Moshe Pijade looked benevolently an' Nothing could perhaps better summarize the life of the Jews of Yugoslavia today than the co-existence of the pictures of these three personalities in the office of the president of the Federation of Jewish communities. "There were 75.000 Jews in Yugoslavia before the war." stated Prof. Vajas. in soft-spoken, faultless English "Seventy-thousand of them were Yugoslava. and 5,000 were immigrants. Two-thirds were Sephardic Jews, and one-third were Askenazim. They were grouped iri 112 communities scattered throughout the land. Sixty-thousand of them were lost. Most of them were deported Many died while fighting side by side with the other Yugoslav partisans. Few became converts, very few, because it didn't help. Some Jews went into hiding. There were magnificent examples of solidarity; mostly, or almost exclusively, from the partisans. "The Federation of Jewish Communities in Yugoslavia, founded in 1920. was indeed a flourishing one. But when the war ended, it was r.-iuced to shambles. Pi tlcaUy everything had been destroyed or dama^.' main Belgrade Synagogue had vanished in fire. synagogue, which is now the capital's only one funct had been converted by the Nazis, in a gesture preme insult, into a military brothel." Fifteen-thousand Jews. 20 percent of the pro • war total, survived Nazi terror and the war; 1.500 off had succeeded in emigrating, mostly to Palestine r.:S to the United States, during the war years. There are 6.500 Jews in Yugoslavia today, registered as regular community members. Besides, there are ab I 500 Jews who are unregistered but who declare th selves as Jews. On a Saturday morning. I went to the synagogue of Belgrade, at Ulica Kosmajska. It is a large, dignified and well kept building. But it was closed. A handsome woman, Elena Brandeis. who acts as the Temples guardian, opened it for me and showed me around. She explained that the synagogue is open only on Friday nights, when attendance barely reaches 10 people, and on the big holidays when it becomes crowded. She told me the story of the synagogue during the Nazi occupation and of herself as an inmate at Auschwitz and after her return to Yugoslavia. Living in an attic in utter poverty, she told me, she one day decided to write to Marshall Tito, asking for help. Shortly afterwards, an officer came to visit her to check whether what she had written was true, and she was given a better apartment, some money and furniture.



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Friday, September 2S. 1961 +Jmtsi> FhridFton Tcae 15-A LEGAL NOTICE I T HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE rNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE '-'-, N T Y. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 9C-47 OKLYN SAVINGS BANK, 1 IT A HAM1LT< N %  %  and [•ON hit KWART1 • NOTICE OF SUIT ..v KW \PVi.i::; A Wtl... ,g Val i J Si W y< '" i ..t th<,1 li' : % %  I % % %  %  I • .-it you i I • ., i | ial Circuit •>! : r ...... O ntj I for*. tgage upon I %  owing -. al prop" i;:, eh 37 l IRST ADU1TK >N %  \ RTLE QRI iVE. ai col ln I • then if, record* d In %  : at Page 2, l iblli R" .,:, County, Florida; as: G.E. Washing Mai 1651 -l.i. G.E R< fi lg< LB91LR; 11 E. Rang) Mi d i i. Venetian Blinds; Waal ne i train. .. r. quired to fill your ;inlalntlff's complaint with th>' • the aforesaid Court and ,, py iherei f upon plalntlff'i M VRTIN HNi:. I Federal Building, m t later than |ui .; Pecrei Florida th %  7th IN El -i" .ii %  '. i : li I %  I i I ..: \ %  M DMiKV BY HENRY LEONARD nth Floor Miami 32, October 18, Pro I"' nti sso will be i agi Insl you. at Miami. i -. i • %  mber, 1961 i LEATHERM \N. %  s ,r the Clri ill Ci I By M CAVALAR1S, i •,•! uty Clei k S r v %  t,'T P aintlfl i • idl F il. ral I .. f rlda 1 :' -:. -:'s. !(l •' CE CF APPL'CATION FOR TAX DEED File 5222f hi r: .. Bivei "' I Sail ; %  %  • r -%  -:...i M Sale ..:• ii tl • 1st di i J. has filed H • • I I • to Issui • li .... %  Ith law i i :... I th.Mlowll p rty, situated n I %  i %  towil • A T. BkK k BroHsli %  n Amended Plat Book .-... : Mi. HI. Ci int> i State of Plot Ida, -1 11.. :.I ol I %  : • I %  %  i •'.. ~, rtlfli at< Isi iii .i w a i Unknown L'nli.-. said i ricate shall tx • eemed i• .. K>, •.,>: del <: will Is* le thl :< the : v :h day ol < >ct< i • r, A i> IIU ••. i nth day ol Septeml er .\ B LEATHERMAN, • erk "f Circuit Court, ( %  • 1 ade County, t% %  rlda I... R. M. LEEPER Deputy Clei k /13-2;-29, 10,6-13 NCTICE TO CREDITORS IN T-E COUNTY JUDGES' COURT .N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 53S41-6 IN RET: ESTATE OP i MANUEL. MAX .IAPI a %  %  .,...! 'IUl Creditors and All Persons Havi Ims or Demands Against Said l le: ..•ul each i'f you, are hereb) :, quired to pit %  -• nl anj and demands which you, ot • • of you, may hav< against the of E MANUEL MAN JAEPE %  i• iti of 1 "ade County Pi rli'i :h. Honorable County Judge* i and file the same • .n thi Cl unty Ci .irti .. : .. •• Ci nty, • %  • .. • %  ..: %  tin n hi i • • h tloi ereol Sal I %  i • i' i •. • • ne I i %  :. resenti ..... %  •• Estati %  •. %  %  %  1 %  ~ -~ Z RCUIT COURT OP THI £-£ (JUOiCiALCRCuiTOF f LC* Z ~ IN ANC Fc P. Z >-ZZ NTY. IN CHANCEI \r f -: I 1 E '. IN .-. VN • I f i single-wi i ; %  %  %  %  T i • -• NOT.CE OP SUIT 'i •' '..-.• man • street Innati unio .• hereby notifii lhal thi : • %  i been Inai alnst you In -t • • %  the Judii li t ol Piorn and for l • id< Count] ti I losi a mi • i on thi foil) '!> %  described real property: I l H Block 21, FIRST ADDITION 'li MYRTLE c.Rovr. ao ording to Plal thereof, recco ed i ri lat i %  k '7 at i -i %  i .i Ri i rdi of Dads County, Florida. ^ .. are requited to flit your ant( plaintiff's complaint with the 1 -the aforesaiii Court, and %  i'. t i.-—•: ,.i i n lalntMf's atl ney M\ P.TIN FINK, '.-ith Ploor ieral Buildinc, Miami 32. opt ater than < >ct< b< r it. r a iv n a Pro C< nfes* will I • ...;ali ~t you. M ami, Florida this 7tfc • pti •• i er, 1961. • 1 ". I:A THERM AN v .,-ik %  the Circuit Co ri M CAVALARIS, nty I'lerk %  :.--; for Plaintiff i;' Fitu r Dadi Federal r..:id!ng Miami 32, Florida \ 9/15-22-29,10/6 "And now Rabbi Nubian's annual Labor Day Sermon." Cfpl HI'., Ceyenu LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE U\DER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW H :.' \ OIVEN thai the i siring to eni ... • CINDERELLA BRID \:.s : 6851 N W, ITtl da Inti nd • %  • %  %  ami with thi Clerk I of thi It i irt of Dade i • -.• %  : N : SC il'NT INC. S -. %  • %  ... ... Mlat : • I : % %  %  LEGAL NOTICE NOTiCE UNDER FICT.TlOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS !!: RE1 V GIVEN that %  n i i girl to engagi I i .,-:i. %  %  :" aoTEL., 2) THE >'TA1NH i TEL at II 'oil! • : • %  Miami Reach • .. unds t reglsti %  : l .i • ••• .. MAi:\ \ %  • ENI ant :•: ,•-•.', 5-22.5 NOT CE LNDER FICT TICUS NAME LAW Ni .'! : •; HBRBBY GIVEN thai ndersigm 1 ler the fli titious name of REX M U SI C A iRETTES at ._ .^ W • (th St., M m Inti i i ti register sa ami with the i erk rt ol Dad* County, h I'.riria. REX H< LLEY %  %  :-:9. 10 6 LEGAL NOTICE CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLCRIDA IN CHANCERY No. 61C 9557 ILEEN MO RE, %  -\v • >N %  '• : • : • %  I NOTICE Ev r^ BLICATION • >N Ml M .RE, UPS !. Fleet P.O NY, NY. ..-. notifii serv .. ruvi • ( %  lalntifPs SICHOI^AS, 1218 N\V :• .-• Miami, Pla and ., | 'lerk of this Court 1961, i th. tls : wl b< ci nfi ssi '! I j you. .Ti': Septembei :. 1961 B I. LEATHERMAN, • i hi i' n nit Court seal) Bj I H LANWAT, • :• I' -•.".'-.'! %  !' %  6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engai business under the fictitious nan POST PACKAGE at 90S E. 4th Avenue. Hlaleah intends to register said name with the rierk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MOSAM COR! By: Morrlt L. Copperman, IKS di ol HAiiitY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Purchaser ••' I Ir. •'" I?, • %  < Miami Eeach, Florida 5-22-29,10/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that th, undi ri ei Irina ti • ngai • business undei the fictitious nam< ol BOB'S TRA1LERV1LLE PARK al 1274 N W. '' % %  • %  S\ Miami Florida Intents to register *a Ircull Court ol Dadi %  %  %  HA1 • ERGER Boli wni r, 22-: IN THE C RCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 61C 9758 Y< LAN MEZEY, 1 i„ miff. \ i 8T1 VE MEZEY, l fendant. YOU, PTEVE MEZEY. APE HEREIV NOTIFIED to file your defense IngTt to this suit with this Court's Cleik. and serve a copy on Uffl attorney. RICHARD ALTSHL'I.I %  I: 504 Seybold lliillding, Miami. Florida, on or before October 16, 1961; e'se the Complaint will be taken as conf sn <1 by you. Datei b'epti mber 13, 1961. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clei k of the Cin'iiit Coui t (seal) By: M. CAVAL-AR18 i ,i utj Clerk N THE CIRCUIT COURT O* HE EL EVENT!JUC C AL CiRCUH OF FLOR'CIN AND FC C DADE COUNTS '. : HANCER> • •.c CZ ^eK' it nl H %  NCT CE C c E SR. jjcHin sr c. sci %  %  '. :. • %  %  N %  %  N \ '' • • : %  • entltli [0 1 % %  %  •...:• : TH >N FIVE, according1 t then n Plat Bool the of l n tj • or) a Wat< r Hi • %  er No Q-28-BO-3; Hi Ij I li at :.t Unit Model N. 70VF: E I rbai b in electrli % %  % %  A rai ie 1* and 614; Nut n< ESchaust fan N. gi : Nuti n< Hoi d Ni 1711 and you ar required t< I u .uiswer With thiClerk '.f th. al entitled Court, at the CourthOU I Miami, F .i • I i e Octohti 17, 1961, and ti serv< a copy o ,-,i]v\\ r ui "ii DAVID P. Plaln*"^* ;,t.,.->,-„•>" • "th Floor %  t 1W East Flacb-r Efteeel Miami 32. Florida, on or before said date, as required by the laws or Florida. If you fail to dcao, the co.iip.tt.nt i.. oe uuten ae con. by v. j ai Decree Fio n u ;i be enti u fcr tn %  '. in th^ complalni 1 >ATE1 • this Mb day ml • i 1961. E, B %  thi •'% %  : %  14th I at 101 E. 1 —' Miam ida 22-21 CATSMAN, NOTICE UNDER r CT'TIOUS NAME LAW NO! CE IS HEREBY ilVEN that %  %  : • • fictitii ii nami of v \ INC ... • %  ••_.-• %  said i II .. f thi Ircuil •• .. : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N" HEREBY GIVEN thai ...... i • • %  thi fictitii i i %  i • ol LIQl'i RS at Plan i t %  %  i 'enter, Hlali ah inname with Cln :it Court of i ad< t.rlda M< SAM Ci iRP i j M 1i V ppei man, I'r. -;>:• nt HA %  ZUKERNICK Attorney i II chaser IS %  !... Miami Beai h !• 8-15-22-29 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 61C 10O77 PI. | RENCE %  •• %  >Ri •> 'K.\N, i PAN. Uefei ant. SU T FOR DIVORCE Ti i: .:> ilN E Ci >RC< 'PAN 'nknown You OHNE.O iRCi 'KAN an I i %  Bll %  • omplaint jorci been filed agi you, i • red to servi u copj nswer oi Plea I t I aim "n the plaintiff ktti ney, SANKl >RI i M SW'FiRI I S. Suit* 819 lUIInc, Mle. F.orlda ai flli iwi oi r'leadlni n thi % %  ... %  • • • rk of : In before thi i tr, IS %  rail to i mi nt by del I % %  I I %  taken ai landi I ini %  iRl RED at M %  thie zist • .... ol Si plemb. i, EATHERMAN f the Cln It C (seal) f. it CAVAL-ARIb, • %  9 29 l6-1 %  NOT CE EY PUBLICATION IN TeiE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE CCUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 10075 SUSAN I BR .NPY, -.tiff, I %  • N .;.! %  H BRANDT, 1 :. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: DONALD H. UlUMul ... luguata Drive, Apartmenl 2, North Syracuse, New York Y, .i DONALD H. BRANDY ar. herebj iiiiiti.il thai a BUI of Complaint f,,r Dlvoi c has bi • n filed against you, and you an required to servi %  cop) i i your Answer or Pleading to the Bill if Complaint on the plaintIff's Attorney. SANFORD M. SWEKDLIN, Buiti B19 Seybold Building, Miami. County ni Dade, Florida and fii. the oiiginal Answer or Pleading In || i tit, of tin Clerk of the Circuit ri i ; oi before thi 30th day % %  uctobi '•' If you fall !<• do so, judg mi t.t bj di fault will b< si ... fot Ihi i• lief In hi Bill of Ci • I lalnt. Lx i.N! AND 'RDERED Fl rii ... th -: day i I MERMA N %  'ircuit Ci ..rt : • %  • • g N] &WERDLIN B te 81 Sty bi 1 %  : 0/6-1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! > Jen rsii fhrktikui solicits your legal notices. We appreciate yo*ur pa'.rcr.age and guarantee accurate service at legal v rates ... \ Ptei II. 3-lft05 f Jcr messenger service NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 52224 N -.,. Is hereby given thai Na• h niel W Sii gel hoick r as asi I ni a %  f Clt) "f Miami Tax Sale Certificate Nun.I. Mil 1190, dated the 1st day "f .1 i • A.D. 1959, bus filed sni.1 Certlf.,.•. IT, my office, and has made ip oi foi tn\ deed to Issue thereon rordanc. with law. said Certifies ti embraces the following described %  t>. situated in Dade County, Floi Ida, to-wll: Lot %  i i < 13 Erlckson's Addition ndi .1 Plal Book B Page 68, In tt. city "t Miami, County "f Dade, at< "! F lorlda. --, .-.in, nt of said proper) y Certificate Issued was in • mi of Unknown. Unless Bald ate shall !>• %  redeemed accordA -,v deed will Issue there th< 18th day of ( Ictober, A.D. • :iii day of 8< ptember, %  EATHERMAN, k of Circull Coui •,. i 'i,utii> Florida I j '; \1 LEEPER i •• puty i 'let :• I5-22-29: l" S-1S taki n dema %  • I at M M pti mbei IN THE CCL NTY JUDGES' COURT '. iND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLCRIDA IN PROBATE No. 53245 S'RE Estati • :, \ KRIVITZIN, ais.. know i IS \ AK KRIVITZIN, -. -• ii. NOTICE TO CREDITORS itors and All Pel sons H iv ms or Demands Against Said v r hereby notified ami rresent any claims and dewhich you may hav.against thi estate "f IRA KRIVITZIN, ;.ls.. knowi Bf I8AAK KRIVIT'/.IN deceased .-•• '•: Dade County, Florida, to th< County Judges of Dade County. and file the same In their offices in tin County Courthouse in I hide I'uuni.y, i .i rida, within six calendar nn.nths from ih^ date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Z I.BETH KRIVITZIN .cutri.x of thF^state of lltA KRIVITZIN, also known as I.SAAK KRIVITZIN. M \ RK MI,VI:KSTKIN At:, n. y 4.1 Lincoln Road Mi., iii. ... II Florida |/t-lt*t2-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thi urn signed, desiring to engage in nder th.fictitious names "f EQUITABLE MORTGAGE A< INVESTMENT CO, (Not Inc.); ESMICO; BQU11 i LE REALTY; EQUITABLE l STATE; Kgl'ITAHl. 0 MORTGAGES: Kyl'ITABLK INVES" MINTS; EQUITABLE REAL,Y i RTGAGES .vINVESTMENTS ;:t 220 "1st Street, Miami Beach inB hi ii.i m, s with thH •:. i 'ircull Court of I 'ade rCHEL KRAMER : %  15-22-29 10 1 :• •. THI : T. T COURT OF THi ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C "C u T O F FLC C :' 'J AN D FO R DADE ';.-,-> IN CHAN CERY. N ( 6' C "KLYN SAVINGS NK, i % %  .-: %  •;--'• nt* CE CP £. ~ %  • ,ESSER s ; | • %  %  %  •.. n 1 You an notifii .,. I • • n in• • i L. nst ..-. In the Circuit : of the .'.. al Clri uil Ol I and fir 1 lade County to fot %  .. mortgage upon the following describe, re: i rty In 1 l 41 Oi FIRST ADD1TION To MYRTLE GROVE, : [he P ;.t th< n i f. record-, in Piat Book r.7 al Page ot the Public Records of Dadi County, Florida. lou are required to fill your an%  rei t< plair.tiff's complaint with the ,. cf the aforesaid Court, and • :v. H copy thereof upon plaintiff's sttorney MARTIN FINK, l-tth I .. -. Building, M aot later than October 16. ree Pro nfi sat will be %  • t you. I>f,t< t a this 7th EATHERMAN %  %  • • I for 1 %  %  • Ida B/15-22-1 N THE COUNTV .LDGESCOLRT N ANC : ; =. Z ADE COUNTY. FLCP-DA IN PROEATE (3797-C : NANCY J. SV. • I CE TO CREDITORS .. life • You an ..., %  ... .-•..-..;. ... Bweetii>{ di %  %  j : • • • BtJ e thi arr.i s pro. .. ..%  .' .n : hi .-..%  %  : • nthe from thi '' %  %  %  iisi bllcation hi the sami • %  %  • m ;-..:. .... r.. a th %  -':'.i ceeutrix f th< I ti f Nancy J Swe< I i 1', ci. CLAUDE M BARNES Attorney for Executrix %  alumi i PKig Bloi Ida I • NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that .... desiring to engage in i tiniIctitious nami ot S I! PI.PS at 8801 S W South Miami Intend to M ith the Clerk "f .. n of Dade County, • .N BI • iOM IADOL :• 9-15-22-21 lOUS NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni TICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t>.t.i..i^, in til lOUS nan.. : HOST SANDWICH BHOP at num. er .VI nui In the Cite dial %  rida Intends t l st< with Ihi •• rk ..f the ort ol Dadi • %  ants F16rIda. %  % %  • •• • % %  id • %  6-13-S CI NDER FICTITI NAME LAW NOT] S HEREBY GIVEN that i-d, del ring t" engage in : ... • : thl fictitious iiam"f i NN at 2900 \v. 2nd Avenue, la ti rei Istei said name k ol the Circuit Court of Horl i ISAM ci iRP. i. Copperman, President RNICK :.. ... r IS Road i"la. 9/8-15-21-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKPY C.1VEN that thi d, desUIng to engage in business under the fictitious name of .PIC DISTRIBUTORS at 114", N I 184th Slre.-t, North Miami, to register said name. era of the Circuit Court of Florida. I .'. 'ID S. .:. H.DBERG Boh owner / 1 8-15-22-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY CIVEN that 11 •••)-•.'. il, si: |ng to engage In thl fictitious nam>of ASTINC, ACTORS ST I • .. i :aj ne Boulevard, Ml• % %  ...: ntend ti repsti r said \ %  • Plejrk Dt the Circuit I of Di %  County, F'b rlda. RION POl YPK %  I B S-15-22-19



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Page 16-A +Mnisti Ftcridiari Friday. September 29, 19 1861 1ASA dt GAMtZ GfftS Noted Woman Authority Will Be Speaker Here Tana de Gamc-z Gres. internationally-known journalist, art critic and Latin American authority, will be guest of honor at a breakfast meeting of the Israel Bond Worn en's Division on Friday morning at the home ol Mrs. Jack S. I'opick, 5150 X. Bay rd. Tana Gres, born in Spain of an ancient noble family, has .-pent most of her adult life in the United States, with frequent trips to Latin America, Europe and the Middle East. Since 1948. .-he has been attached to Israel's mission to the United Nations as a free-lance writer. Her interest in Israel grew out oi her association with members of Israel's delegation, particularly those who came originally trom Latin America. During World War II. she served with t h e United States Oltice of War Information and with the Voice of America. A one-time scholar-hip student at Max Reinhardt's Institute of Theatre Arts in Hollywood. Tana Gres later joined Norman Corwin's staff at CBS in New York. She has also been an editor of two international Spanish-language publications, the magazines "Norte" and "Americana.' 1 and ol Hyperion Press, for which -he published a three-volume set of art books. In 1957. she founded a gallery of contemporary art in Washington, DC, the Gres Gallery. The breakfast meeting at the home of .Mrs Popick will be the initial gathering of the host committee for the Israel Bas-Mitzvah fanner to be sponsored by the Israel Bond Women's Division at the Kontainebleau hotel on Saturday. Oct. 21. Chairman of the Bas-Mitzvah! dinner is Mrs. Jack Katzman. who chairman ol the Women's Divi'it A 1 %  ol the Bas-Mitzvah dinner will be the Italian-Israel Fashion Festival featuring ere'. ly's and Israel's out turiers Mrs, Jack S. • Fi shioi Festivi • hairman. Demonstrators Shout for Nasser Continued from Page 1-A some 2.oo secondary school boys started a street procession instead of going to school. Among them wee several agitators and work ers who were idle for the day. The two policemen were injured when thej triad to break up the march after an abortive effort to have the mob disperse voluntarily. Similar demonstrations, but without casualties were held in a number of towns and villages. Rabbi labovitz on Television Rabhi BugiW Labovitz, spiritual leader of Temple Net Tamid, will host "Still Small Voice," weekly television program sponsored by the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn., Sun; ay over WCKT eh. 7 at 10 a m. Rabbi Labovitz will discuss the forthcoming Simchas Torah holiday. Polish Claims Deadline Near Over Board Meeting Schemed NEW YORK — All perSOni eligible to Hie claims under the Poli.-h Claims Agreement were advised by thi World .Jewish Congress to complete • n e requisite forms as soon as possible. The terminal -fa • ..r filing is B opte m her 30. 1881, but it Is not necessarj that claim! %  • %  full) document) d Bnd establ ed at the time <>i riling. An nw i. Mcuuire, general conBel ol the Foreign Claims Settlement Comn ission ol the United States, haadvised the World Jewish Congress that documents -upporting claimmay be submitted even i.fter September 3U. 1961. if I not available i-t the tune of filmy. Mr. McGuire noted 'h.-it "it is anticipated that lull development and documentation oi the claims will require several years of cooperalivi effort by the claimants and the Commission stall Mr MrGi/'e e-nislisd that American citizens wh; believe hey aro *.-:t>'I to fi 9 claims for rationalized property should fill in the necessary forms immediately. "The only sale thing for any potential claimant to do is to file his claim for nationalized property and till in the necessary I"? immediately." The only safe thine for any potential claimant to do is .1 the his ciaim even ii n doubt as T his eligiblity," Mr. McGuire %  !'t (!. iil> in th!manner can he claimant be prt" ;*ed if interpre ation "t Polish law i and re...n :i lead to a decision under ,:i. h hi .< lii Ible, North Shore Post, J e Veterans, will hold a bo ing Oct. 3 at the home licenl Whiiman. 1215 Me Plans tor a rummage sale party will be discussed, I meet. I I m |M • iij card Community Singers Claimants must use official forms • h' the Commission not later than Sepember 30, 1961. Persons who may need assistance in lilina their attorney. Miami Beach Comniun were to open their ninth the Community Center. 2". Aashington avc. on Th i.m. Ben Vomen :v cond lirec'.or. sin ger| 'l-on at 't. and •"lay, | :tor and laims. are advised to c • % %  suit rn BRUNCH IA6 lunch kit at pliable virv! !h vacuum betlle. Ideal tor cat, picnics. LADY MXTOH WALLET in fc. tique while saddle cowhide. Convcitiblt. Thin silhouette. 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,.s n J f£ C^t/X ovnan s 1AU/ SS ii. %  i %  E .1 v uc Mi by ISABEL GROVE surprise party given for Dr. Sherman Kaplaa'i 40th birthday • ,nhv also startled his wife, Mary Rose, who knew nothing „f,V Plans made by Dr. Paul .lames Furlong and I Estelle Gathered at their home. "145 Fine Tree dr., for cocktails and i, .• i 'dinner were Dr. Kaplan's mother. s;>ry 79-year-old Anne n hi< lister. Pau rs. Nat) Sater. brothers Donald and R,inh with their wiv3. Mary Rose'mother and dad, and close u the Dr Leon Manheimers, the Dr. Do-.n'i Michnofs. and Robert Ti.rchms Wary Rose pretty as in a green %  ilk sheath set off by a i semble of old jew elry Mrs. Furioi (harming in a b'ac'. an white maternitv outfit Mere entertainmert on the partv calendar for the Kaplan fanv i, Kirewell dinner Oct. 6 at the Algiers hotel for Ralph a<-d [' %  Kaplan who a-'f'ymg to California .a the F v -'"n and will ,,m there fo• %  •eve-al months in the Ori Leaving around the same time, but travel opposite : ,en the Al Osheroffs, of 2485 Meridian aw., saihniz en the Atlantic for an extended stay in Israel A belated hon-yinp Will vi ion Leo Osheroff, who. wii his wife and children are residen! J They had spent four months here %  i nter Wa ing Farev, (11 on this side will I e Mr Os daughloan Harris. I si -band. Dr. Joe Harris, and tiny Judy • M\ months old A;;d the former Hannah Cohens son. %  rj and her daughter and son-in-law. Dons and Gerald Berkell. •heir two young ones • • B ick after spending the .summer in Cleveland, her hometown 1 seven vears ago. is Barbara Laskirs, daughter of Mr and Harry La skins She's anxious to see her manv friends '.'•, n so is launching the fall season with an open house Saturday eSg • • Will greet her guests at 6060 SW 42nd st Barbara graduated from the University of Miami, which she attended on a Dade county scholarship, with a BA in psychology, last News about another University of Miami alum, of several vears back Jerrv Herman's show. "Milk and Honey, with Ifimi Benzell, Robert Weede and Molly Picon, is getting wonder nil" notices in its ore-Broadway showing He's remembered here fcr the show "Sketch Book." for which hi wrote music and lyrics, presented at Dade Auditorium as t*e fir^ Umwrs'ty of M.ami Varsity Show Stella (Mrs. Harold) Turk considers him her .>rotege ... He en/ertamed at her first Brand-is University Nat onal Women's Committee tea here when she was president. -J) -> California. the% will manage a short s:op-over at Las Vegas. • Claire and Mike Gettinger write friends here that they jare remaining in Israel another year and wall be back in fte States the end of next summer after some sight-seein* in Europe %  .. .. Mike is with Malben of Joint Distribution CommUtee. was formerly utive director of Jew sh Federation in Albany, where.he went following years of service with the Greater Miami Jewish Fed' From Portugal, a line from Rossie and Joe Gleicher who ire spending a few days there before flying to Mad^Rome, • and London Returning in October o.i the Queen El.z' Attending the AST A. convention in Nice. Cannes, are the Farrs Aaron and Myra They'll be back in Octobi r too, but side trips will include Copenhagen. Stockholm. Brussels, I snna, Milan and 'Before they left, Myra'a sister and brother-id Sally and Aaron Goldman, gave a boa voyage party for them a heir %  lovely home-with-pool, 1101 88tli st. The Goldrraas had *nselves returned from Israel, bringing with them oui"s /.v ah and Zvi Brim for a visit Party gave everyone a chance to meet them ... But since they anlj speak Hebrew it was RunaU.that ibi Mayer Abramowitz was also a guest-he acted as interpreter. %  Golden Wedding Bells ringing for Mr nd Mrs Karrj Cohen 470 SW 9th ter.. residents here for the past 12 years • • in -> married Oct. 15, 1911, in Albany. N.Y.. With Rabbi Samuel 1 "SfSSgfiim* Spring.. Md., wUl honor the occasion an open house on Sunda; Oct. 15 .. J„.,„ .. ,Greeting the 85 guest* .h the senior < son-in-law, C id Bernha.dt Chesman with their Marry Edwin and nerd Francis; Sta Mai one I n and their child ah Betsey. E and Daniel vnother couple celeb al it half a centurj sf n2jf h I %  and Mrs. Her lan are leavin [s B anew ne an Francisco ...To %  %  tarewell and \ id rtan Malavsky, spiritual lead^ i: the Israi '/ -JU %  kin. president, of B : Cholim there, arranged a par.> to 1 ir their Bal Koreh and fcn Wife .. __ ,. v.van and Emanuel .thbart, of Bay Hat returned from New Ro< e! N.Y.. where the' v ': • '" !" a'nH • in-law, and seven-year-oid grandson .Barbara, Norman and e Rabin, just in lone to unpack and repack for a, tripto Puerto Rico to celebrate their anniversary Hope vivan didn t get too confused about the money down there May prove ditticua in her duties as tr.tasur^r of Bay Division. N-J w. maal Kaplan and her mother. Mrs Rose D. .Marks, resting from the arduous task of getting Mrs. Marks moved to the RenUale hotel They weren't too tired to enjoy their lunch ... Convenient to have your own restaurant to entenaui in ... Ennis "Pete" Peterson and wife Wanda doing Just that a. their Steak Place on the Trad Guests were Les and Peg Simmonds ... — ,, ,_j "Spying" perhaps at N,ck and Arthur's Polly Davis of the cafeteria chain Rose-Marie, of New York s Golden Pheasant restaurant Atlanta's Charley Lea, from the restaurant of the some name. "jrewjislti Floridian Miami. Florida, Friday. September 29. 1961 Section B Plans for the only Israel Bas Mitzvah dinner to be held anywhere in the world are (left) Mrs. Jack Katzman. chairman of the Israel Bond Women's Division. Mrs. Jack S. Popick and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. The initial meeting of the hostess committee for the Bas Mitzvah dinner will take place Friday, at 10 a.m.. at the home of Mrs. lack S. Popick. 5150 N. Bay rd. A special guest at the the breakfast meeting will be Miss Tana de Gamez Gres. Spanish novelist, art expert and authority on Latin America. Mrs Samuel F. Dane's (center) becomes the first Bas Mitzvah Sponsor of the New Year, as she assists Mrs. Ben Essen and Mrs Mever Baskin in creating plans lo invite Coral Gabies leadership to enroll as members of the host committee for the Israel Bas Mitzvah dinner to be held Saturday evening. Oct. 21. at the Fontainebieau hotel. Mrs. Danels is publicity chairman for the Israel Bond Women's Division, and Mrs .Baskin is Coral Gables publicity chairman. Ready for Open House at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital set for Oct 5 are two of the Auxiliary members who act as in-service volunteers. They are Mrs. Ted Lotterman (left) and Mrs. Nor man Gladsden. holding the invitation to the function. Several hundred area women are expected to attend. Council Divisions Plan Programs, Member Parties PRIZE-WINNERS Page 29 M nbership parties and a raview o: C tuncil's program and proA ill t' >ature the firsl meet ng %  season of the eight d ions of the Greater Miami Sed i N i incil of Jewish Wo udnesday, Oct. 4. Presi-le-%  Mr-. Sidney U-w ;.f • Bay Division will have a mem bersh.p brunch at the Balmoral i at 11:30 a.m. Councilpro jects tftrill be illustrated in a skit presented by members. •Never on Sunday." Sunset Division will gather for its membership party at the Museum of Science and Natural His tory on South Miami ave.. adja cent to Viscaya, at noon. Indian Creek Division will meet at the Algiers hotel at 12:30. Pro gram to be presented is "Council? Ask the Panel." The panel will consist of Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, pasl president of National Council of Jewish Women, presently column ist for The Jewish Floridian; Mrs. Aaron Kanner. past president of Council; and Mrs. Harry Gersteiii, Council Thrift Shop chairman. Moderator will be Mrs. M. Weissberger. vice president of public afiau-s of Indian Creek Division. • Shores Division will present "The Many Oars of Shores" at Its luncheon meeting which will be held at noon at Westview Country Club. Islands Division will meet at the home ol Its president. Mrs. Irving E. Miiler. 2305 Lake ave.. Sunset Island 3. at 12:30. A dessert tea will be served, followed by •Council Capers." < Lincoln Division will have a membership luncheon at the Sea Gull hotel at noon. Mrs. Sol Silv.rman. past president of the Jewish Home for the Aged, will give the invocation, and Mrs. Jess Spirer. Section board member, and Thrift Shop chairman will be guest speal Evening Division, a group of students, career women, and young mart ids will meel at cafeteria, on the Trail at 27th ave., at 7:30 p.m. Biscayne Division will meet a I .-of Pythias Lodge, v.'. F.J .• r -• and 46th ave at I | .m. A p r i -• r a m called i a ned will be presented. Miami Women To See Hospital Hundreds of Miami area women Will he given a tour of Dade county's newest medical unit. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, on Oct. 5. it was announced this week. Mrs. Louis Goldman, chairman of the Open House tour of the $4,500, 000 non-sectarian hospital, which will be dedicated and opened later in the month, said the women will be shown the hospital's facilities and meet with staff doctors. Former U.S. Sen. Claude Pepper will be guest speaker. Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin. prsident of the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary, will be honored at the Open House for her organization's work in making the huge medical center a realityCedars of Lebanon Hospital is located at 1300 NW 14th st.. in the Metropolitan Medical Center.



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Paqe 2-B +Je*lsti Rcridiar Friday, September 29, \%\ fiu Council Wins Top Award in Herald 'Club of Year' Contest for Braille Work Mi.iiii: H Mis. Sidney L. Lewis (seated left. preside::! of contest sponsored by the Miami Herald. Centle Greater Miami Section, National Council ter (seated: is Mrs. Henry Bryant. Right • o Jewish Women, joins leaden Dl other wornMrs. George McMann. Back row (loft to right en s organizations herein joyful showing ol are Mrs. John R. Burris, Mrs. William O. their awards in the 1961 Club of the Year Mehrtens, and Mrs. Louis Ban-del. 'Stork Club' Meeting Slated An invitation to join the "Stork Club" program has been issued to mothers and fathers-to-be by Bit. Sinai Hospital with the fir.-: rr:e.". inscheduled for Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.. in the third floor day room. their husbands without charge, the sessions will include a tour of the Lecture discussions on matenu-maternity facilities of the tospital, •• Ud -• i. %  • care wili b? held fora review of prenatal care, preparaThe Creator Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, week took too prize fcr parent inizations. Category C, in the ni Herald's Club of the Year contest ii, _. The Jewish women's organization was singled >ul C ir il bi for Brail! : Bra i brary I of all ages. During the pasl v, unteers I ta 11 books Of these 2 %  •: text.-. 33 were itional aids, and 92 were requests from other communities. As president of th .• t >p aw winning Greater M am S Mrs Sidney Lewis accept) I a sil ver punch bowl from John McM il Ian. i ssistao ng editor. Before the B 'a le progi • S, Braill she ts wei •• north tor bind r used :d I %  r Congi ga %  Eiam • .•used %  %  %  -. \ the I |udges in • m( .*as '•:-• Sta lie '. M rs %  • ates Ige, vice Dres t of the Greater i %  srati in i il vu N al Counc ivish %  %  %  • an I J pa ;i >h r'amily Iren Sen i< e Mrs Myers Is also cha.rman of the community planning committee of federation. antf"f\ „ ,„,.,„ .•man of District 9 ;f ;..i 8 rj e Dartmenj of Public Welfa •• SERVED IN A GLASS OR A cur TETLEY TEA ft i A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, there'! Yora Tov spirit in this fine cea.. ."rlavor crushed" for tullesc strength nJ t,mu. lation .. richer tajie mtl pleat. tire with your fleish.gs 4 „d miichigs and bccwer* meal refreshment.., six Wednesday evenings culminat-. I0n for hospitaii and the bathing Ing with a "Diaper Pinning" cere-_ mony on Wednesday, Nov. 8. Cardiologists to Speak Dr. Marvin Meitas will be moderator Sunday. 8:30 a.m.. on WCKR when the Heart Assn. of Greater Miami presents the second in a series of programs on heart diseas-, es\ Dr. Rose E London and Dr. Sevmour London, leading cardliolo, t:iin the area, will be guests. Subject will be "How the Elderly Patient Can Live Longer and Better "" and feeding ot baby conducted by the department of nursing and nursto expectant mothers and ing education. 1 ,V\JGUST BROS ftw: Is the BEST S Certified Kosher under strict Rabbinical Supervision /VelV MAR-PARV is made with pure poly-u"saturated vegetable and corn oils... high in linoleates Or. Marquit is Guest Miami Beach Afternoon chapter ot Women's American ORT will meet at 11:45 a m on Wednesday at the Monte Carlo hotel. Guest spi-aker will be Dr. Syvil Marquit. I MORE PEOPLE US* refreshing, calorie-free* /. %  fl>.\ t Mima a i** Sugarlne SWfETEt THAN 5UGA. %  TIT HO FOOD VAlUf rJtcorpmended bt doctors. <• dia:*t-cy overei?Ms wlio iMont dicti. Utc lor Simgei, Q>*serls. cook-ng. fort. Coo (Mtdi riirmiea. .— Hi SUMANTEEB NON EMHNIMC To reduce saturated fats in your family's diet — MAR-PARV is now made with pure corn oil and other vegetable oils ... polyunsatu rated to preserve their natural high linoleic content. This important "High L'* factor is the biggest food news in a long time—a vital key to diet health protection for your family. So take advantage of it in MAR-PARV. Delicious as it is nutritious— MAR-PARV has a sunny bright flavor and goldensmooth texture... making it a grand table spread and simply wonderful in your cooking and baking. Use MAR-PARV for every meal for every member of your family starting tomorrow! A £> YAT IOOD STOMS tVUVWHERI ^?* ***W FOR THE KIDHtYS AND BLADDUt Drink 6 to 8 Glasses Daily! Mountain Val ley Water from Hot Springs, ,Arkansas. Hot Laxative. TJot I Chlorinated, Tasty, Pure, I Low Salt. \Ask YourP odor A ft I ******' > Mountain Valley J Water |M our manct. MUM 301 S.W. 8th STREET FRanklin 3-2434 ./£ kosher S pareve contains no milk or animal fat... only pure vegetable oil ingredients KOSHER 4 PAREVE Another tint product of THE MIAMI MARGARINE COMPANY, CINCINNATI, OHIO makort of NU-MAID Margarine and DURKEE'S Salad Drottingn



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Friday. September 29, 1961 +Jfmlat\ flkrktt&n Page 3-B True Sisters Air Latest Project United Order oi Trm Sisters Mi ami 43, will honor ;>!l membei and prospective members al a Chinese luncheon and card parly Monday noon at the Hibiscus Audi torium. 985 Alton rd. cer patients i;. the community, win !.( r plant Ol the latest project — establishment of a new isotope laboratory at the Cedars of Lebanon j Hospital. !n chaw of reservations is Mrs. The group, which services can-1Fred Fuller Planning the Golden Jubilee of Hadassah during the month of October and a special mem. .::ive in South Florida are (left to right) .es Oscar Sindell, overall chairman; Maurice Cahn, Miami Beach chapter chairman; Murray Taylor, chairman for HollywoodFt. Lauderdale; and Norman Chasin, Miami chapter chairman. Hadassah Golden Jubilee to be Marked With Exciting Events Beginning Oct. 8 n. i ssah's Golden Jubilee will be marked throughout South Flor,, series of exciting events ben Included arc a motorcade Oct. 8 from the Algiers hotel to Hollyood, with the cars all decorated in gold and red: spot announcements en radio stations: addresses ')> Mrs D. Leonard Cohen, nai trice president of liaSr it.pccMrf.ti*!* J oXv ai,lKf •**•" •"'"•• Combine Kasha and £ Mattel in bowl. Saute onion with oil (or butter for dairy meals) in dying pan. Add Kasha mixture and salted water. Bring to boil. Cook tightly covered on low heat 15 minutes. Stir in cooked noodles. Put in casserole and brown under broiler flame. Serve with meat gravy or plain. Serves 3 to 4. Also enjoy DROMEDARY CHOCOLATE-NUT OROMEDARY ORANGE-NUT ROLL At grocers everywhere He Joins Drama Faculty Burton Parker has joined the faculty of the Miami Conservatory as head of the drama department. He will teach acting techniques, and plans to have a theatre workshop. Parker has taught drama at the Coconut Grove Playhouse Workshop and appeared at the Playhouse in "Pal Joey," "Bells are Ringing," Gazebo," "World of Suzie Wong." "Auntie Mame." "Say Darling" and "Hole in the Head." Distributed By LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES 10S0 E. 17th STREET WAIEAH, FLORIDA huni-hitufashions trend Hetter in the etouth —> Shop Burdine's for the Sou'h's widest assortments best in values newest in fashion end home trends Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop the nicest way to own what you want when you want it. Shop menday ar.d friday nights, tniami. mi.mi beach til 163rd street, ft. lauderdale, west palm beach 'til 9:30 Sabbath Dinner Holidays and every day Kosher your meat and fowl with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt! Three generations of Jewish housewives nave put their fullest confidence In this famous salt for purity and quality. Its compliance with Dietary Law is absolute. Neither too coarse nor too fine, it is easy to sprinkle and wash off. Perfect, too, for all your seasoning. Today for your holiday cooking and baking get a FRiiSH NEW BOX of Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt I makes crispier salads Ordinary salt melts fast, wilts greens. Not so with Dfc* mond Crystal Kosher Salt. It's coarse. So it doesn't melt readily. Just sprinkle on crisp greens. Then shake off. Greens are perfectly seasoned and stay crisp for your favorite dressing. Build your reputation from Cook to Chef t Do all your seasoning with DIAMOND CRYSTAL COiVRSB KOSHER SALT Diamond Crystal Salt Company



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Poce 4-B -Jemistntrkt&r, Friday. September 29, 1961 in WOMAN OF THE WEEK Bee '•':• Dav.c v She | in of i gn BJCBI -_ %  Separate OM %  HMtmmHi proa ui] Hen Bet --• ben Nh the k:rv. •:" :'-.\e thai -M ." : %  r Jew* %  %  •---E %  • -. he araa rerj awan il ber professor of .-.terra M] relatioa* aeiB: r. .-•. ------: ,-.-.Remerr.ben:; the era of Chaaa. Scar, u Hitler terror Be* %  s deteraaiBed to irgaaue ber thi-king for <-iC> Il r B-rr r.ca ce"---• r::-ted %  lewufe :.-:pbeuc idealFive yean ago the Hokai :V~:.;. '••-•' ~ .:." ra.-.ge. NJ •I'tere Dav.d m a ciat e d himself -:•.-. ha Canacr law partDc\ji Feat .-.?Ti:e; :..--.-.r. • Bee *as active %  Ajnerieaa Jewish C Kortl the treated %  -%  re aen tea SI sort a: u Baai Libn tad League of women Voters, a.~ %  -. branaa aTemp It Israel Faaryean stats %  Israel M %  • --•..asjoer B the I : then ..-•• Bee %  •-"--• • cXher One ieea Israel glorious Bad raw For exercise Bee a naj patf fa David Sha %  aa u lee: .-• ; • %  -er *rti the theater pressioB te and do M U —the daager to pea can i %  ver it is 1 STORY EOOK ROMANCE a Paris aad told hia I hag ti (ana .;;_-_ was about to be : Rooald E "naJ pen .-:.--, He aaet '.-' ""•'' E2 U BOW I BOOB trip through E '. BB Women Will Launch Drive B ra; B" e n Ha v :< the theme of the arerr %  re bfiag !aunebd -El) B nth Women dunng the orar. To -.crate Ike occasion. .'. demote a window a: %  ad another a: -the ItSrd Street Shopa dispia 3 ca. Mayor Baked Blag Hag£ and pneadeal of B'aai Brwl District 5 *iU be : wr. store on at 9 MB a me m be rs hip of U :&43 E aaj E r Weal i o has %  to a raster I 524.000 Its ptula the tal ia Hot Spriags Ark the NV. Haapetal ..Desrver. Colo.. fat •*--> a.-.d tr.e BeLe:a..-e EhMBe far Mert. ..-bed .. O manj comm rvices inthe Cystic Flbroeia drive, rohir*z: ;rarn for leaior %  %  — r: -.t A-t. !>.'-rr. a •>. League BB Women Fete Hospital Patients Br:-'• -j £ : t '....-.:J ;: B'r.a_ B'ntfe Voaaea -:-..red a '.-• :•. -^; • "... -patietoi ai the rta ? al oa Scpi i ~. • Bean rating Bosh Hi SBBMM :z -A Hol---" "•'• ca at the %  d N.r.D l SI r.a and S P ol '•'-• I '.• -r\ed %  aae bath -•: :.-.apter. A Sukkoth part] 11 .• s sunilai | %  part of a prog parrear n to ihi --. IT \ %  %  -%  %  %  -----gt LCBM rur.ute detc;^ for Temple Emcr-u-E's "Harvest Mocn" ccitce were d^ciissec ecrlier this week by the three sponsorizz czqanizctcr. s presidents. Mrs. Soi Goldstein. Siatarhood; ny.cz ••':_: Brctherhooc: end Mrs. Qiao* Hcnris, Parent Teacher Assr. ere p a rmnm g the afiafe which will be held al the Sev-_:e hotel Scrrurccy n:cht 'Harvest Moon' Dance Scheduled Sukkoth i bj Terapk Eraaj E Sist -fiood. : rent Teacrier h -' D Sal i at the •*el. Peal %  --''...: %  %  Ian K v ra Elliot H %  I •rs i -ped p ID the il r an Mr •.'-. Le c ird G It%  Goidbarg Hn i • '%  Rosenblatt. C J. I Louii --: Al ZaNo. ITS OUT • •• • • ers ioa -. ::.. • = • ------froBB the bo • I %  I IBM • ANNIVERSARY DINNER AT THE RONEY -ami ere Bappy • •' -----u> kelp theaa te then MRh I • -ak wtth i .%  red roaebud in his jape. Their L bekng to seven .-opowd Donald R -"-=••-• Bridge Cub. Butz Cohen for tne Sefaardai r Mas Meisel for the Mawal tnck for the Otoer T-:. .. Nig '•"•'%  > wa mag that -*stbout *--• %  -":• s Merrii aad hia *.fe Dorothy Abram -r Fred Ahraa %  aad lua Prai • and the boys : Mrs H Paul, v ho came from Fore>t HiDs, X V wen enc nth a., the other The four gra BBnar a.-w Marc Abraata and Charles and M,: %  ** itn^teur hour that leal jwst -.be right touch to a jos. > e %  •-.-.:-. *• A REGULAR IRISH WAKE Mower Bf^--:e We.r a ire of congratulation* collect, to her m L t£ T m Ne Yortc *> % %  "hn he acquired his latent poatasoc. Vhea a>ked ubjr -he did. she replied If he can afford to buy DBS Empire state Building, he can afford to pav for the ire M Larrj-iBd his wife came to "hank her for her *ixe and to help her orate her 87th birthday as did Mr a.-.d Mr, Bernard Hn-mo\her w.en s di'j;rrer—from Enelewood. \ J There was quite a beetk celebration The night before the binhday the Leonard jaiea. rook the family to Nick and Arthurs for dinner. The I"k JliiS, M SdDe> Wien wh0 came fro !" Atlanta, had the birthday dinner in the Mona Lisa room of the Eden Roc Evervthmg u_as pmk and white, wrth a big puik and white ice cream binbda'y *,L S 6 J af er Mr aDd Mri Mortlm Wiec had 26 for luncheon J eD fjC at ** ,ch : me th araat-gnndehildreo were nclud^ Oat t*red? The brnhday girl, herself. Pioneer Women Set Programs Bt Ol • I -'err 'A %  if ii -. _• at noon igrea part 1 EhOB L E^eirr.ir:. flonsl oo r. yoarn Dower ?graa .Delude mah jor.gg. cards, and ----' a %  !.-• 1-aac OffeaheadeB. r dent of Beba Idtl^on Club. ha< aa^r. of officers Oet 3 i pjg it the Vaahaagtoa Federal 5a\:ngs r>d Loaa Aaaa Normandy Is.e Dr. Ce!:a Davis will install Mrr.henden for another term. Use to be installed are Me 1030 am. for all Hebrew arid Sunday -chool children On Tues day. Tifereth Israel Sisterhood ia holding a Simchas Torah parry al 7 30 p m WANTED CAMTOt Md BAA1 KOtAN. f peaaa aaa aa aa k r^^, M I piclort, —4 salary avi. BB, B> 173. NW 1, Km.



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Fridcy. September 29. 1961 *Jewi$li ncridNari Page 5B arrnw< # ours. i PP Bvfiivv' % %  **"* i '^L **>* J yjip'jr J^Hmmw ^^^^^FV B, i it • 1 rint seemed to indicate tf.ai il came from Europe. Tbe green Foilage color was used for her matching stole, and the print s< rved .is :he lining. Black was a popular color for Ihe evening. On the dais, Mrs. Milton Sirkin's bodice was of silk crepe, and her full skirt was of a light shade of beige point d'espiril with the black. .Mrs. Samuel Friedland chose a black bilk, and Mrs. Cal Kovens a black chantilly lace sheath. Mrs. Irving McNayr selected a floor-length black formal. Black lace was also worn by both Mrs. Josepn Liplon Mrs Irving Cypen. MRS. ItOfttNCE COMANOR Asthma Unit Plans Luncheon Greater Miami chapter. Jewish Asthmatic ( enter, will have a deswrt luncheon and card party on Monday, n a.m., at the home of Mrs. Sam l.uby, 630 SW 29th rd. Mrs David Cohen, president, who iust returned from the annual convention at the Research Instiland Hospital at Denver. Colo., present plans for the group's implementation of the theme of the ionvention, "Asthma on the Run loi ;i %  The hospital, maintained by voliiiitarj contributions, is free and accepts asthmatic patients from 6 1(1 15 on a non-sectarian basis, for period of two years. At present, ten children from the Miami area are being cared for at tbe hospital. I Mrs. Carl Weinkle attended the Federation meeting in a royal blue alencon lace jacketed dinner dress. Mrs. Alfred Reich also chose black for the allair. Her gown had a lace bodice with long sleeves and soft chiffon skirt. Ensembles Saturday emnhasized the growing popularity of the sequmed evening sweater. There were several white-and-black. and here and there other colors, of these hand made and hand sequined sweaters. %  LJIRS. Emanuel Smith selected ,T1 an imported cotton print of a red rOAi&L 2513 COLLINS AVENUI PhonJE 4-2907 OF-tN 7 DAYS • 9 a.m.-11 am. DELIVHtV ANYWMtRf • Flamn By wm CHARGE ACCOUNTS IMVITf personalized service at the blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6*1233 24-how service except tosh hashamo and yom kippur



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Page 6-B +Je*ist fhrtdtofl Fridoy, September 29. i 961 J^ar ^/Viitzvalt As a gift to subscribers. The Jewish Floridian will present free for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony, home address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the occasion. nHMaa %  r i.*--.^~-vj She/don fver Idward Coullon Ira Victor Fred Silverman Michael Miller Philip Scheinberg Bar Mitzvah of Philip Asco Scheinberg will take place Saturday morning Sept. 30. at Temple Israel, with Dr. Joseph R. Narot officiating. Ph lip ia the son of Dr. and Mrs. Peritz Scheinberg, of Miami. He la th( -ram: nephew of the late world renov ned Yiddish novelist Sh i m Asch. Philip attends eighth grade at the Ransom School for Boys in Coconut Grove, and his main inter,--:include music, golf, and the study ol minerals and stones. Reception and luncheon in his honor will follow the ceremony at Wolf son Auditorium at the Temple. Out-of-totVn guests will include his uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. Steve Selby, of Tampa. Philip is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John Selby and Mr and Mrs. Mendel Schi'inherg, all of Miami. • Sheldon Ever Sheldon .Norman, son of Rabbi and Mrs Isaac Hush Ever, will become Bar .Mitzvah on Saturday. Sept. 30, during 8:30 a.m. services at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute His father, spiritual leader HI the congregation, will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah attended the Hebrew Academy and is presently Young Adults Hear Editor Young Adult Friends of Israel was to hear I.eo Mindlin. editor of The Jewish Kloridian. speak on "Arab Refugees," at a meeting Thursday in Surfside Town Hall. 9293 Harding ave. Dancing and refreshments were to follow the program. Yafis also meet every Tuesday, 9 p.m.. at the Beach Bowling Center on the 79th st. causeway. On Friday. Oct. 6. at 9 p.m.. Yafis will present a musicale in the community room of the Miami Beach Federal bldg. President of the organization for adults between the age of 21 and 35 is Don Kaplan. Rochelle Schrold is secretary. Mis. Arnold Perlstein has been named women's director of the Cedars ol Lebanon Hospital development fund. Women's Unit Will Meet Monday Shore Unit, Women's Corps, Papamcolaou Cancer Research Institute will meet on Monday at the Seville hotel. Plans will be discussed for the annual luncheon to be held Oct. 31 at the Fonlainebleau hotel. Luncheon chairman is Mrs. Ruth Firiel In charge of reservations is Mrs. Ruth Gerwitz. Flamingo Chapter Mock Wedding Flamingo chapter. National Children's Cardiac Hospital, will have a mock wedding and reception Saturday night at Melvin Cohen Hall. 4250 w. Flagler st. A catered buffet supper will be served, and an orchestra will furnish the music for dancing. In charge of reservations is Mrs Pearl Burns, membership chair man. ORT Meeting Will Feature Speaker Coral Gables chapter of Women's American ORT will meet Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Sidney hanger. 4209 Granada blvd.. Coral Gables. Program will include a resume of her trip to Israel by Mrs. Isidore Auerbach. Al-o on the program is a movie. "Mission to Schiraz." highlighting maintenance and overseas training, cne of the projects of ORT. Sunshine Chapter Has County Fair Sunshine chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, held a Country Fair on Wednesday, at Temple Adath Yeshuran. Items offered included fabrics, ladies' and children's wearing apparel, and accessories. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Dorothy Burg was in charge ot arrangements. enrolled in a Talmudical Academy in the north. A reception in his honor will follow the services in the Sukkah of the congregation. Edward Coulton Edward, son ol Mr. and Mrs Isadora Coullon. 1424 SW 17th ter I was Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Sept. 23, during morning services at Beth David Congregation, with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro Officiating. The Bar Mitzvah is ; ,n eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High, and attends Beth David Hebrew school. A reception and dinner in Ins honor was held Saturday evening at Riviera restaurant in Coral Gables. • • • Michael Miller The Bar Mitzvah of Michael, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Miller, will be celebrated Saturday morning. Sept. 30. at Temple EmanuEl. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate. Michael is a student at Nautilus I Junior High. He plays saxophone in the concert band and is a member of the safety patrol. He is a model plane enthusiast, and engages in water skiing and horseback riding. An informal reception in his honor will be held at his home on Friday evening. Kiddush will follow the ceremony on Saturday, and a dinner at the Americana hotel will b< held in the evening. • Ira Victpr Belh Torah Congregation will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah ol Ira Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Victor, on Saturday morning, Sept. 30. with Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiating Ira is an eighth grade student at North Miami Beach Junior High, where his interests are in science and electronics. A bullet reception in his honor will be held at his home. 230 NE 175th ter., Saturdaj evening. Michael Serkin Temple Judea will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Serkm. on Saturday. 10:30 a.m., with Rabbi Mordecai Podet officiating Michael is an eighth grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High His sister, Sandra Joan Serkin, will bless the candles in his honor during services Friday evening. Following the ceremony Saturday, the Bar Mitzvahs parents will host the Kiddush in his honor. % Fred Silverman Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Fred, son of Mrs Sara Silverman, ARISTOCRATIC rToRfvvi^ If you like KREPLACH Shipwreck Party' Slated Beth David Sisterhood is sponsoring a "Shipwreck Party" Saturday night at Beth David. Al Schor and his orchestra will play for dancing, and a midnight supper will be served. Mrs. Joseph N'urenburg is chairman of the event. HOLLAND HONEY CAKE IS AN OUTSTANDING, DELICIOUS HEALTH FOOD MADE WITH HONEY, MILK AND RYE FLOUR • ALSO SALT FREE NO FAT NO SUGAR NO SYRUP USED ASK FOR HOLLAND HONEY CAKE AT YOUR MARKET Ravioli IN SAUC* GEFILTE FISH HAS ITS TASTY PLACE ON YOUR \ "WANT-TO-PLEASE" MENUS It's Ilorowitz-Margareten, of course, who brings you this aristocratic delicacy. Gclilte tish made with choice PIKE and WHITE FISH exclusively from cool Northern lakes...blended tradition^ ally with the other wholesome ingredients of home-made gefilte fish. So fluffy ... so luscious. ..with homey thick, shimmering jelled sauce. i 2320 SW 15th Si on Saturday morn, ing. Sept. 30, at Beth David. Fred is an eighth grade honor student at Shenandoah Junior High and attends Beth David religious school. Deep rich mellow tasty... taatiss'no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef BoyArDee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too—costs only •bout 15c per serving! Four healthy portions in each full 16-oui.ee jar... de luxe ... truly deliciousl You'll also enjoy regular Horowitz-Margareten Gefilte Fish... In jumbo or snack-size portions... with clear or jelled sauce... tops in taste! P ["IK I *" Made by the bakers of MATZOH WITH TIE TASTE 1 and other Kosher foods i i i iM sir] ill i*hj. Buy it sliced or in a big tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelets, salads, canapes... for breakfast, lunch, supper and icebox raiding. It's the one cheese everybody loves for true ta'am of Switzerland! Ta'am of Switzerland! -.



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Friday, September 29, 1961 +Jeni$ti ftoradli&n Page 7-B At Beach High •Back to School" 4 nm ,al -Back to School Night" at Miami Beach Senior H Jti School W iH be held on Tuesday evening. will follow their chil, schedule, the cua m being port to honu'roMi first, and ,,, poceed to the various class r-ftieir children otrtupj v. ill have an opp rtunity and greet parent3 and to iem, ::: capsule form. h program > id B >me of I Jastic airi ind ib ectives f The evening's theme, "Interest f i .111 shares of Preferred Report from Israel LEGAL NOTICE Hebrew Teachers Assn. of Greati I Miami will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Ben Kaminetzky. 544 Micl ave. Highlight of the program will be a special r-'port from Is' rael by the prcs.detU of the uroup. Mrs. Joshua Stadlan, who with her husband, has j'-~t returned from a visit there. Dade Federal Exec Appointed Erwin Alle is named for the 1.90') stuo ( S I i program will be the first ••dividend" "I the major theme of tin year "P M Stock Issue." (, 'mil to welcome parents will be Irvin W. Ka:z princip tl, and Mrs Bi %  Samuels, PTA president. Oi >itl(L*ricS F=,BBI JONAS CREENWALD • • 1 1 i • I ., v • u, %  > | r < s I .,,,,.,.. .-If.., S u I' v I v i 11 > %  • • I I %  %  i %  ., ,i. H ei I nil I : %  .. il ndchlldn vice president and i t r o 11 e r of Dade Federal Savings and Loan \--:•.. of Miami. !has been appointed chairman of Lhe Federal Tax Committee of the [Society of Savings and Loan [Controllers, with h ., [quarters i n :ag > Allen is marned, the father two young ch Idrfen and lives North M.i" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C IC210 KATHLEEN MILLKIt • X. I'lnln v* %  >u\i: i I.I: VSDERSI >N. I > %  %  M,i.,ii NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl I "MAR I.EK AN I'.' >. I'.,.\ No. 126 I ". I I I H I I I • 1 Ml. \ • • | N iu ., %  :, i • %  ii •• I that a Rill >l Complain) for Dlvoi been IIHIVI eni | |n wrrvi %  "| >> h 'ompl ill %  %  %  i • '.! Ke :"%  K. 4 Vvei iml tl glnul in th i • r i IMI da) if Hot ... • ••%  i : %  %  i •• : vl i" tills, 2..tll !a> .: S-|>t( i. H I.KAT IBRMAN .• %  %  • i M.I. Count) ii' c (seal) Hi HELEN KBSSLER, %  LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 53870 A i\ itn i:-t;ii<..f SAMUEL FKEYMAN a l. a s\.M FRBYM.VN !'-• %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Fredlloi • and All ;• i-son* Ha' i r i _: I I i | %  %  II \ %  i i:-i.ii, Vi.il a — I,, re,|ni I I,, i.i. sent in) I., II in in IH n hli i >oi) nui) ha %  i % %  • th< late ,.• SA Ml i:i. I REYM \N ;, l< :, SAM FRKY.M W I%  %  1 I ,'•• tif i • i,i<. i •iiuni.v i': iriilu %  hi %  %  n t) Judges ni i ladi i mm • .-.•I in dm,I rail iii s,, lion T'i:i.l6. I • ii. i, %  I; i. • %  i • : • i %  %  -is calendar II %  i %  i i ; hut, ,l ,i Miami l II da if H A.!> l.oil I'WNIi: %  II II •' 'ST SI Mi 'X II VYH .v • IRUNDWI \n,,, II. > foi vdmln '."I \ I TI i. %  \ Bui I Miami • i • I AiLlN Of in Off to Ragionel Convention Terence Gilder and Robert Swick, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 6'C 7685 Ml VMI BEACH 'EDI A L SAVINGS i \ \ \ -s, • %  VTloN \>. II Hi IRUK VV •' W %  • %  %  '• ,-i IA V. CAMHH Is wtl %  NOTICE OF SL'T :> IRI W ('AMI 1 : %  \ iII v V. I'AMl 1 1 ,, • I -i .• N.i \ rl • • .•• Ulan! You I %  that I i ,\ i %  • •MIS ,A'thjof Chase Federal Savings and Loan, -tii %  • Assn.. are B :^ e Regional conference of the savings • j %  and loan industry at Aflhevllle, N.C. ',;.,. ;, E loc | !NA VISTA V.CTOR P KEVEY ; %  %  .-Ai | lth I %  Hi' IS ii lii-re 19 j earn i ; I roni II., II iid .. I K. ,1 croi i ,d %  'a • %  ,his ,1 tj-;M.-r, VI-M .i l,r,,I he a >i i nil il.lr-r. HerviCBR •• • I • is,irdon (•''.in-,;ii 11,111,.-. SAMUEL H KRELL • i Euclid ave., tfiami Reach. 20 Hi.lariiihere from N I I 'ity and iv.i-, .1 ol ..' • ^;ii ion Iteih lircob ,.-i I ., 1 %  %  mlier o( tinPi io Me 1 Knurhtg ,,f Pythian Surviving • • Ire, Anna; a daughter and t*'l ill-*. S.-i vi,'.,-. ft,.r„ 3 "1 %m In i%  • %  dili Memorial Chapel, Washlng1 \. LEGAL NOTICE l\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C-8333 Yiil..\NI>A I. Rl XAS rt > known is v.\ B. ROX >s. and ilso sometimes known aa VIM.ANLIA • rii'Cox'K, LndivlSi ill) u>d a Leg •' liuardlan of HOPB '. R 'X v.-. 1 Minor, Plaintiff, \s %  ; \ i:i ; :x.,' irdini '-'i-' 1 %  rdi 11 Plal Ro 1ol 1 lade %  'ount) V or il 1 Yo 1 :,-.•required to file our an wer to plaintiff* it with thi I 'Jerk ol the iforesuld I'ourl md cop] thereu 01 pl-nntifl attorney, MARTIN I1X1:. 14th I-I-I I ide Federal Bui %  % %  Miam 32, !-;.. r la, 1 oi late %  than 1 % % %  n, IMI. ,ir a Decroe Pnu 1 "... 1 %  .—<• will 'enI .1^ I, US'. > Dated at Miami, Horlda tliis ^-'.ih da 1 "i Heptember, I9S1 II H l.KA IHI-TlM \X Clerk of the Circuit Court IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 0DE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 6'C 9963 X11KM \X DION, PI iln \ M \\:\ h :' %  •!.!.v Dli -x. 11. -. mliii I. NOTICE TO APPEAR Ti : MHI > Kel \ I ,x 2i; 1)1 'eel W..1 • %  *". %  11 .. A -,. %  • 1 -|i, n i fouri .1.1 ..-I nr I IH toln-r. : %  •: 1 1 • %  %  I Dated: Sept, 1. :; I. 1 1 : % % %  %  ,-.-., 11 n> K v 1 v •• %  1 SAMI'IM. .1 RANI) VI torne) foi i' 1 inl if 112" Si bold llul Miami !2, I-" 1 1 22 21,1 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 53835-A • X 11 V \.\ M lltlUSl >N I .. IHI-.I NOTICE TO CREO'TORS I-,, A I! i-'. '<•• %  !' s iid v ... nd iv1,. until •I,.,-. MAX • ," • inii 1 1 nidi i*'iui idla, .11 lies 1 1 he %  1 1 ne .Mil 1 %  • |.-| XI :M AN %  %  : 1:1 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW Si iTH'K l> HKRKHV fll\ I thai : .-,In j • t %  mil, the .',• %  ,' tl ItP.KAN Mi • 'KM ••'• 1 %  %  '• -. .: -• -.. • M i-'i %  da In end 1 tl I ,. 1 1 • ,, 1 1 'ouni Kin cAit 1 mil-: is SHI x < v .'„, %  • 'i •. 101 e 1 ',1 n MAR VIKSKlt in! .'2 VI '•>/'•, IS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE ^AW XOTI''K IS H ml, .ru 1 %  • 'i \ \ %  -. %  .. %  • : %  : • \1 \ I 'X .i • • 1 : %  A SI) SI.' (ASK ,:.. 1 : Ii 'All •--.,'•., ,\ 1 • %  t MIAMI 11 ITX I'uni '•'. %  klhi Florida ln. 1 1 • if the r lit I if I '."' II VRRi >W \X %  %  %  1 INK I'ltn 1 \.-•' VTION I It J : %  '. '' P. A, III Ben, K.D. ind .1 ii-k A •' l). IKORi'.K, \M".A 115ft s.VV. F Ml imi, Fla. Attorney* l"i f I %  %  > ind Sloane I roloM Ahh.i 1 Miami : ift/r.-13 liAMATo ..nd MAHIK I D'AM XT. .. MA ,. T N n ££'"> LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMIi LAW NCrTIl 1: IS HKKKBY -mi N that 1' underelgned, desirlnn ',1 engage In bunlnea 8 under the fictitious name UK i'A.\ii'i:iu-:i) UM'Y ai 62M %  \i. Highway, Soulli iCiaml in1 to reglnter said name *itn the 1 01 the Clroull f'ourt %  >' hade Ci nt) Florida. MAB8TAJN INC A Fla. <;orn MKNRY NORTON Attn fie.v for Applicant %  iyne Bldg. /29, 10. II-15-80 J\ NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUD3E3 COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN OROBAffi, No. 524SJ ith i:-i.,iiof H VKRV IKAACSl IN lited. VII 1 I.-,in,,i S and Ail P ona H iv. % %  1 1 ten indH \ [u Tl • Attorns) fi r Plaintiff 14th Floor 1'-ade Federal Hid^ Miami 22, t'lorida 9/89, 10/6 I >efendantn NOTICE BY PUBLICATION losKPH HAM \ ro and MARIES 1 D'AM V ru 142-04 NaponaM Avenue Tou^Sd^n ^0?^. hereh) NOTICE UNDER „..t |..i th • complaint has been FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW ,l..l aiainCt vou in the above atyled NOTICE HERKBY CJIVBN that ,,,„,, Tn Chanoarj iv YO;..\XI>.\ i the undersigned, deairlng.to engagi %  RIIXAS. formerly known 1* YOI.AX HA B. ROX AS. and also sometlm 1:I %  1 • I known uYOLANOA ClOCONE. individually and ... Legal Ouajdlan ol HOPB <' R0XAB, a minor child. iou are renuired to serve UPOI OBOROr. N Ma,-l>"Ni"!d.. Plaintifl B Attorne) whoae addre* 1>04 BiacAyne Building Miami J2, Florida, and file with the Clerk of aald Court an answer to lhe ivmiplaint OM orDefore th..th dav .if October, LM1; 0 herwlae a I,.,,.... pro Confeiiao wil be entered against you for the relief demanded I m the Complaint. DATKD. this tlal daj >' September, 196 B. H LKA PHBRMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court ixeal) Bs KM i V >' • %  Dep it) 1/29, 10/6 %  1 I am and ol \, "i HARRV ••.tfii of you, ire I 1 %  MHI %  d to pre %  ml in) deman a '. hich yoi n. ma) hive 1 1 1 1 \ v '.i\ business under the fictitious name ol MY PAIR LADY It 17700 CoUins Avenue, Miami Beach, fade County, FTa„ intend.to register SaW nan.with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol 11 i.ie County. Florida. JACK SILVER 100 'r OK tier STREET & GREENFIELD M • eys for Petitioner 120 l.mcdn Koad d 29, 10 1-18-29 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 92229 Sot if., thatNa th 1 in. I VV S; ilder 1* of 'Ity "f Miam T ix Kali rtll il Numbered 10*3 dated the isl da) >t June, A.I 1959, '1 1 ed laid Or tiflcate In my office, and hamade application for tax deed Issue thereon in accordance with law Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in iiad-1 late ,,; 1 i n d %  1 ', lunt) F Bonorablti 1 'ounty I idg • '"nt >. and % %  le the ime n In ti','. 1 :11 • 1 I ..I. CoUtl I ,,: %  1 aleiidai 11. ,. jate iim |, 1 blii a ,11 hei I< %  %  '!' la 1 %  > contain the of th %  dalmant 11 • I" to and 1 1 %  ill bi bar %  I September !7th, \ %  > SYLVIA HCHNHUOICK y I M-i-ntiix ..f :hi1 ..1 ,1 .. ,1 ,ti,| • mi ni ,,i HA 1s.11 v IS'AA — >N %  neil N KSHKN ne) 1,,, Bxecutria 9/21, !0 t-13-20 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLmT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE ... No. 53467 C ,N REi Estate of SAMUEL TEITELBAUM 1. retised. T ,„ NOT, CE TO CREDITORS 1 %  \ll ir 1,.IH and A I IViHon.-. Hm ,."• *-'ims .11 Ueniands Agalnal Said '-"ate: v OU are hereby notified and reoyii-ed to present any claim., and de•ndwhich you may Have against estate of SAMUKI, TBITELti \i\i deceased late or Dade County, "" % % %  la. to the County Judges of "iinty, and rile the samin prfkseB In the County Court" %  use in Hade County, Florida, v.itlilti llenoar inonthn from the dat Hr.-t publication hereof, or the *me win i„. barred KSTKId.i: SLOMOVTTZ Ad111inl.strat.r1x of the v..!,:" 1 '"" "' Samuel Toiletbaiim %  ^RK BILVER8TBIN Attornej &f 20 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach. W 1 •" % %  8-1401 9/8. 10/6-13-20 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCER> NO. 6'C-/'jfia (Pearson) CENTR VL SAVINOH HANK IN I'ITV up NBV. yORK, %  Corpo il existing under the laws %  >' I he .-!:, I. "I X,' 1 I'lali i n-:ssi; JAMBS v VTKri, el 1 I tefendants. NOTICE Ol3U T Tl : JE88I Ml '.1 > rBH 1 I 11| .A! H \ Y VTBH, his ^ fe Residence 1 Inknown. YOU VRE HRRKM) NOTlblEl 'thai a suit has be in irough iga ;. yp b } CENTRAL SAVIN IS BANK IN THE i'ITV OF NEW YORK, Ii the abnve-entiUed Court, tn foreclose 1 mortgage ••imbering He I %  lowing described property, to-wit; I...t 29, Block I-'. CAROL CIT1 OARDBNS, iccording to the plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book ... at page 131, of the public records ,d Dade County, Florida; and vou are required to file your answer with the Clerk of th.( rcull court of i>ade County, Florida, at me Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or before October 23. MM. and to serve a copv of such answer upon DAWK | CATSMAN, Palntiff's attorney. whose address IH nth B* '" 1( Baat l-'.atfler Street. Miami 32, FlorIda. on or before said date, as required by the Laws of M inn.1. It vou fail to do so. the complaint will be taken as oonfeaaed '< % %  • %  1 l "' ;l Decree Pro Confeaao will b.entered against you for the relief demanded In the compl "int. DATED mis I'll da) of September, 1991. K B. l.KA I'M lOll.M \N llerk Of lhe Cue-ill Court Dade iounl • Flor • 1 (seal) By: K. M I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk DAVID P CATSMAN 14th Fioor at 101 F.. Plagler BI Miami .'!-', Florida S/22-29. 10/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I--' HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigni d, Ing I 1 enga r -.under the fictitious nai ne .• VLEXANDRIA APARTMENTS ll l.-.l.-i Ru, tid Aven te Intend to re* said name with thClerk a th 1 ir.1,11 Couri ,'f i^" 1 • ounl FI ir a 1 8ALVATORB .1 DiBBNB >BTTO NANCY Di ; r 1 DAVID LIEBMAN \ • • 1 r Api ints •, s r: rsi v %  M %  Florida ( NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAM£ LAW N ,. : .HKREBS OlVKN thai •he ui I, desiring %  -'• '" • the II Ml \\'i FCRNITCRK Rl Fl HSHBRS< x 1 -:. 70th H M 1 I [he Cl.Tk of the Circul I : %  11 Ida ALFRED H OAl'OINl 6-13-80 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UlYEN thai the undersigned, desiring ige In business under the fictitious namen 01 SIX FASHIONS UF MIAMI SIX FASHION CASUALS nF MIAMI at' Box 2291, Miami Beach 4>>. Florida In-| tends to register said names v\,th the 4'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SANDY ISL108 OF MIAMI INC. By; .lames F. Nauman. Secretary ARTHl'R W. KARLK'K Attorney for Applicant 3101 Blgcmyne Blvd.. Miami. Fl 1. 1-89.10/9-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring; to engage in business under thfictitious name of ADVENTURES DIVING SHOP al 2922 Coral /ay, Miami. Florida into register said name with the Cl-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade 1 'ount) F or la SUN FRESH CORP. Sole Owners HAROLD STRUMPF I if i nrnicantfl 909 Blscayne Bids. Miami, I-la 9/22-29. 10 9-11 County. Florida, to -Wll l,ots 8-9 .v I-'. Block :'i VN iddell's Resubdivislon Plat Book 1 Fair169 in ihCit) of Miami, County of Had-. State of Florida The assessment ol sal 1 propert) under the Certificate Issued was c thname 01 Unknown, Unless said Certificate -hall be redeemed according to low, tax deed grill Issue thereon mi the 2",tli da) %  >' Del A.D 1981. Hated this 19th la) >>f September. At' 1981, 1: B LE \ rHBRM W Clerk of Clr ni. 1 iade 'ount) Florida (teal) B) Il M LEEPER Deput) Clerk (j I'. 10 I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 6'C 1487 VNTHONY RBBBLLO ind SI SAN MARGARET REBBLLO, hie wife, Pliiintlffs, vs I. \\ |[i SHAPIRi ind 1.11.I.i v SH VPIRO. hl ?" ,, r both are de id, ill un in >wn heirs, del Isees. Ii ISKIUIII is. Hi %  %  %  %  % %  -• ..,other claims through, under \l.l. I'NKNOVV x I VR "I ^ x CLAIMANTS hai ing 1 Ight. title or lnt< :• 'Pon ihniopert) Involv d in I AMENDED NOTICE TO DEFEND TO ALL OK THE Al 'V NAME!) HI:IK.xi'A.x .1 laiming u Interest In or I propert) hereii ,;,v p HI then ol Al IDREHSES UNKNi 'W X ^ YOU, and -.,, Ii "• yo ARE HbRr, BY NOTIFIED thai AN PHOM RERKLI 1 • and SUSAN WAR I \UKT RKBELI/ Ins wife, h ive broug Complaint vs you to 1 liet title I 1 the following dee. %  Dade County. Flor %  ": l^.t 91, In B '• of MIAMI si DURBAN ACRES, 1 lording to tne Plat thereof, 1— r led in Plat Hook 1. al Page 78, of the P iblic Re • 1 of Dad1 'ount) Florida, You anhereby required to --rve a CODS of your Answer or other deteti ( lv pleading to > %  id Complaint on Plaintiffs' Attorney, KoiiKin H TRAURIG, Suite 1135 Alfred I guPont Building, Minn: Florida, and f'le the original In the Offl < the < lerk 0 th.Circuit Court, %  >" or before tne %  •.urn da) of October, i'.6i. otherwise the allegations contained therein will be taken as coi fessed b) irou, tn % %  • [tecree Pro Confesso will be entered ( you for the relief prayed lor in Bald Complaint. .... DATED at Miami, Dade I ounty, hi.,: Ida this -1st day of October, 19GI B, B. LBATHERMAN Clerk of thCircuit Co irt (ural) By K M LYMAN Deput) Clerk ROBERT H ii'-A 1 RIG Attorne) lor Plaintiffs 1 is:, Alfred 1 duPonl Bldg Mam; 12, Florida 1 I, IO/"6-13-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NI ITICE IS HEREBY (!I\ BN '.lint I the undersigned desiring to engage In hastn,-s und %  name o' KNOUSE FARMS it 3 • iwe I '. ttii 1 '011 it. Miami 1 la Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florid 1. LLOYD M KNOUSB, RYAN M KNi 1 USE, RENATA K KNOI SB, 1 IH ners KBSSLER A HA Its Attorne).for Applii ants IH "• 9 VV Isl ST 9/88-89, lo/T. 18 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN that rh-> undersigned, desirl 1 tn enease in buslnesn under the name of B A B coFFHl-: SHOP it ID North* weal 2nd Street, Miami intends to ter sani name with tnClerk of rhcircuit Court >l 1 ade County, Florida. I'.c iSIl ML \ "Jl iXS' H It Sole I KBSSLER A OARS Mtornei.for Sole 1 w ner • %  E9, 1 r/1* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCER/ No. 6'C %  J6I6 M VRSHA STONE in 1 -:;;:|..\ tSAVRAS, Plaintiffs, 1 N RAINEY and 1 VNB RAINBY, hla wife, 1,. f, • lants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T< I'o.x RAINEV JANE RAINES wife. 17470 X u Mia ni I' • %  da Y' ,, an hereby nui .'.. use M 1 %  • pa l iropert) him fl I igalnnl .., %  ; Ii rt h • he plaintiffs ah 10 ight • %  North om Block 11 SNV ISLES I '. ,-'01-111 In Plal Book 14, ii'' "f 1 ho %  iblii R i%  • • a I1 'ounty, rturen nui linprovi % %  n now an 18ifter situate I hei • (id ,1 he 1 urnlture. furnishings ind I n tamed therein YOI' are required 1 serve a iopy Of .,, ir \ n M er th pleading m the Plaintiffs atl > BEN ESSBN, IMI Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida. ind file the original In the office of the ci-rk ot the above styled Court on ,1 bi %  he mi day of October, issi, ^1 default oi winch the Complaint will iitak-n as confessed agalnsl you for the relief requested in Plaintiffw %  'omplalnt. DATED at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this 6th day of September, 1981. 1: is LEATHERM VX Clerk of Hie circ ilt Court (seal) By; E. II l.AN'WAY 1 leput) < 'lerk 9/8-15-32-18 I ">V, suit 1 In NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIQE is HEREBY GIVEN that ndersigned, desiring to engage in business und %  the fictitious name ot FRBDR1KSON HOTEL al 916 Washington Vi Miami Beach intends 1 %  1 me with th,llerk %  Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, ESTHERS" IN CORP. 1 A Fla 'orp.) 9/g-U-83-tt



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Page 8-B *Je*isf flertdli&r t OTNCT M* COOTTAMT wjrovMMMi TM OftTMOOOX VAA HAJCASHKUTM OP Simchas Torah Friday. September 29, 15 TJshri 23rd Day October 3rd

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The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 29, 1961

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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 of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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"Jewish Floridlimn
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Vciu-me 34 Number 39
Miami. Florida, Friday, September 29. 1961
Two Sections Price 2(W
STATE DEPARTMENT BROUGHT SENATE PRESSURE VIA FULBRIGHT
Demonstrators in Israel
Follow Riots With Cries Peace Corps Drops Anti-Bias
Of long Live Nasser'
URGE PARLIAMENTARY INVESTIGATION PAGE 5-A
Arab Mayor
Says Ties Set
Back 13 Years
By Special Report
NAZARETH Fear that bitter
dei onstrationa by the Arab com-
munity of Israel last week had
ed the Jews an;! Arabs ol this
country back 13 years in their re-;
lationship was expressed Tuesday
i the 35-year-old deputy mayor of
N; ..roth.
Abdul Aziz Zubi said most of the
:' 00 Arab Inhabitants of this
world-famed city deeply regret:ed '
lit vehement reaction to the kil-
ling of live Arab youths as they
attempted to flee into the Gaza
strip.
The Arab's community leaders
are reconciled tht there will be
o-sic'erable less of goodwill as
a result of the public demonstra-
tions.
i ommunlst Party leaders led
i rallies In Nazareth, Acre. Hal*
la uP,i throughout Galilee, with
only prompt intervention by the
I ce preventing a minor civil war.
Deputy Mayor Zubi said ol the
ing: "It has undone all the
: work that has been aecomp-
I 'vd since the state was created.
e Jews who had wanted to
li ise US to the status Of equal citi
sens, and 1 think they were in a
Continued on Page 10 A
TEL AVIV (HNS Goaded
by Communist provocations, an
Arab funeral procession lor three
youths who were killed by border
police when they attempted to
cross into the Egyptian-held Gaza
strip was transformed into a mass
protest, with some of the demon-
strators shouting "long live Nasser
and Arab Palestine."
The three youths were shot down
when they refused to obey a hall
order by an Israeli patrol. Two
more Arab youths were killed in
i. second crossing attempt.
Sdiir-j on the incident as a
means to mob incitement. Com-
munist elements in Haifa took
charge of the funeral as the
demonstrators carried the three
uncovered coffins. When the
funeral procession reached the
cemetery, tre Communists took
over the burial rites from the
priests and the families of the
three ycuths. Proceeding as if
they were the mat'er of the situa-
tion, the Communists carried the
three bodies to a common grave
over the sharp protests of the
priests, who left the scene.
The demonstrations began on
Yom Kinpur eve. When the Arab
funeral attendants returned to Nat-
arctb, the Communists were mak-
ing arrangements for Yom Kippur
demonstrations, distributed leaf-
lets calling for a work stoppage
and forced schools to close down.
Two policemen were wounded
and four demonstrators ware de-
lained in Nazareth at a post-Yom
Kippur demonstration called by
Communists to protest the fatal
shootint of the five Arab youths.
The demonstration began when
Continued on Page 16 A
WASHINGTON(JTAiSenate conferees, led b> Chairman J. W. adopted an amendment barring
Fulbright, r.i the Foreign Relations Committee, have eliminated an I Peace Corps operations in nations
anil-bias Clause from the Peace Corps bill before Congress prior toi*?*inS enforce bigotry Rep.
,..,,. Si vio o. Conte, Massachusetts Re-
tire end "t the current session. ,. .*. ... .
publican, said this amendment was
Peac< Corps Director R. Sarg- 'directed particularly to the Arab
ant Shriver had insisted before States, that discriminate against countries that have discriminated
Sen. Fulbright's committee that VS. personnel on. a basis of reli- Bga]nst American boys of Jewish
Yace (' rrw Derennnc) would no | gious or racial prejudice.
be wnl Into nations, like Arab! By unanimous vote, the House Continued on Page 8-A
KAoER WARNS AGAINST AFFLUENCE
Federation Elects Harris
President at Meet Here
Growing international tension
will probably result in the spawn-
ing of more reactionary forces
like Hie Birch Society in the Uni-
ted States." the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation was warned
Saturday n.gh: at its annual dinner
Writers Pen
Plea to Soviet
LONDON (JTA) Ten lead-!
ing Anglo-Jewish writers released
this week the text oi a letter sent
o the Soviet Writers I'nion asking
qua! cultural and religious rights
lor Soviet Jews I he letter was
sent or. July 28 and withheld from
publication in the hope of eliciting
a reply In the continued absence
of any response, the text of the let-
ter was made public.
Citing the abolition in the USSR
il Jewish national organizations,
schools, publishing houses, news-
papers, magazine--, theaters and I
libraries during thi Stalin regime,
(he letter stressed that Russia had
been the home of an important
part of Jewish literature and add-
ed: "we are disturbed that no seri-
ous effort has been made since to
re-establish Jewish cultural Insti-
tutions."
"We are also di'fvrbed by the
often extreme anfi-Jfwtsh stereo-
types used In articles or "e^>i"i-
tio-is atfarkir.q Judaism in th
Soviet press, par'icularty in the
provi-eial papers circulating in
the Ukraine, WH'e Russia, Mo'-
dav:d and the B.->"ic countries,"
the writers declared.
II also Red the forced separa-
tion of Soviet Jew- from relatives
living En other countries-. "It would
Continued on Pige 11-A
in the lonlaincbleau hotel.
This will result, paradoxically,
Horn the fact that this country will
go to great lengths to avoid war,
according to Dr. William Haber,
internationally known economist
and lecturer.
Federation elected and in-
stalled its new officers at the din-
ner. A. J. Harris was elected
president, succeeding Sam J. Hei-
man. Heiman was named hono-
rary president, and Samuel N.
Friedland was elected chairman
of the board of trustees.
Also elected were vice presidents,
Circuit Judge Irving Cypen, Sidney
Lefcourt, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers.
Harold Tlnirman. and Carl Wcin-
kle; treasurer. Joseph Upton: as-
sociate treasurer, Ernest Jams;
secretary, David Catsman; and as-
Continued on Page 9-A
A. J. HARRIS


Xei
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"F< r the first time in
history a leader has used
nuclear weapons as
political weapons," ft] a x
Lerncr reports to you
trom West Germany this
wc< k Page 10 A.
Curbs Demanded Against
Anti Semitism in Argentina
BUENOS AIRES (WNS) A
resolution urging government ac-
tion against the mounting tide ol
anti-Semitic incidents in Buenos
Vires and adjacent areas was in-
luced this week in Parliament
i -; i he background oi growing
Irtish concern over (he Incidents.
Introduced bj three members ol
the government party and by an
opposition Senator, the resolution
look note of the facl that there had
Leon eleven anti-Jewish incidents
in the Buenos Aires area in the
past three months, most of them
directed against synagogues. The
majority resolution asked official
repudiation of the vandalistic acti-
Ivities -: Jewish cultural, re-
. i artistic institutions."
is have been railed to
ol the \i gentine legis-
lators b> I i \. central b idj ol Ar-
entim a: well as the facl
that tin local police had ;"<>t act" d
: usl3 round up the van-
dals. 'n the first day oi Rosh Has-
'hona. hoodlums dropped a bomb
at the temple of Hungarian Jews.
: i polio removed the bomb On
the -tie!' ij of Rosh Hashona,
Tacuaja hoc lums attacked a young
Jew, flashinj his face in lour pla-
ces The police made no arrests
despite the [act that the hoodlums
'did not seek to conceal their activi-
ties
State Dep't. Failed to Protect Firms
Gen. Yigael Yadin (riqht) watches the delicate operation as
iamed Dr. James Bieberkraut, who restored the Dead Sea
Scrolls brouqht back to Israel by Gen. Yadin. unravels a
bundle ol documents from the Bar Kochba caves. The dis-
covery oi the Bar Kochba letters by Gen. Yadin, professor of
archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, will be
discussed by the hero of Israel's War of Liberation in Miami
Beach en Nov. 5 and 6. (See stoiy. Page 10-A.)
WASHINGTON (JTA) Sen.
Kenneth B Keating. New York Re-
publican, took the Senate floor here
lo denounce the failure of the State
Department to take action on be-
half of a New York City firm boy-
cotted by Arab States because it
was accused Of trading with Israel.
The New Yorker, revealing cor-
respondence in which the State De
partment sai'd it disapproved the
Arab boycott but linked il to the
"underlying Arab Israel conflict
ol which the Arab ooycott is an un-;
desirable growth." asserted that
the Department's attitude was
"absolutely incomprehensible." He!
-aid that Arab-Israel differences
notwithstanding:, it was "the re^non-^
sihility Of the State Department to
protect the interests of American
business abroad."
The Senator said the Depart-
ment's "ostrich like policy"
toward the Arab boycott was "at
variance with our policies
throughout the world." He said
the United States stood fifmly
against Red Chinese and East
Germart pressures but refused
"to fulfill its duties" against the
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benefit dinner to be held Oct. 11 at Coral Way Jewish Cen-
ter, shows pictures or the new medical facility to Irving Whit-
man, president of the congregation, and Mrs. Kenneth Feld-
man, chairman of the women's committee for the dinner.
Comedian Phil Foster will entertain.
[Comedian Slated At Cedars Dinner
\ benefit dinner for Cedars of
I H Bpital will be held Oct.
m Coral Way Jewish Center.
ring comedian Phi! Foster.
Morris Fox, well-known builder
ant chairman of the dinner, said
K i- will fly into Miami from
Brooklyn especially to entertain at -
to tinner.
Chairmanship of the dinner is
been hard at work for several
weeks planning the Cedars of Leb-'
anon dinner. Working on the com-
mittee are Larry Grossman, Mar-
tin Aronow. Harold Cease, Herbert
Green. Martin Hirsch, Murray Le-
[ vine, Eli King, Leonard Putter-
man, Morton Weinberger, David
Weinstein and Marvin Wiener.
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital,
BONN CJTA) The German
Reich Party, a neo-Nazi
rei eived a setback In v, i ,
ny's parliamentary ele in oi-
ficial recapitulation of the vote es-
tablished. The party polied only
, 0.8 percent of the total vote as com-
pared to 1.0 percent in the 1957
! Federal elections, and its pre-e.lec-
tion expectations of winning 7.0 per-
cent of the vote.
Numerically, the neo-Nazi group
polled 264.186 votes, a drop ot 32-
167 from the total it amassed in
1957. The party will not havs a
single seat in the Bundestag, the
I Lower House of Parliament, since
ll failed to obtain a minimum of
I 5.0 percent of the vote cast .
The party's greatest strength was
shown In the Rhineland-Pfalz, Low-
er Saxony and Bremen areas. Ger-
man leaders have frequently con-
sidered seeking a ban on the Ger-
man Reich Party because, despite
1 its protestations of loyalty and tol-
1 erance, it was generally regarded
is being antidemocratic and anti-
Semitic
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Jews as Hostages
Metro is Topic
Of Debate Here
29.
another civic effort by Fox, who
has been active in religious andicated at, l300 NW
philanthropic organizations in this j scheduled to open Oct
area tor many years. He is past '
president of Coral Way Jewish
Center, a member of the Home
Builders of South Florida, and is
currently engaged in several ma-
jor building efforts, including Park-
chester Homes and the new West-
brooke Country Club.
Fox and his committee have
lo-
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The congregation meets every
WASHINGTON (WNS Ten
leading members of the Jewish
community of Melbourne. Austra-
lia, are marked for death if Adolf
Cichmann is convicted and execut-
ed, it was disclosed here by the
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.,
following receipt of a communica-
tion on the development from F. A.
Slutzkin. president of the Australi-,
an Federation of Jewish Ex-Service i against J
Associations.
Mar veteran- whether it ha
oi similar threats in the -
The death Hire.
Australian Jewish lead< i In it they
had been selected as hostag and
placed on the "extermination list,'
carried a picture of Kichmann in
uniform and a swastika.
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late Dag Hammarskjold planned to
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work. "I and Thou." and had writ-
ten a letter discussing his plans
which the noted philosopher re-
ceived here on the very day of the
United Nations secretary general's
death.
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from United Nations headquar-
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fated trip to the Congo.
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to spare it further Ajrab reprisals. Application*: for the 1962 scholar-'
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Je*ist> TkricH?n
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Arab Rioting in Israel
Brings Pleas for Quiz
.IKRUSALEM (JTA) De-
ntind* *or a parliamentary-ftwesti-1
,. ,tion irV.o the circumstances of the
death last weeK of five young Arabs '.
jiempting to cross the frontier
irtothe Egyptian-held Gaza Strip
,A,rc made here in the aftermath
, two flays of rioting in Nazareth
;i, i incidents in Haifa, Acre and
-her centers.
|olh thcMapam and Communist
I griies called on the Knesset pre-
mium to put demands for a par-
liamentary probe of the whole af-
on the Knesset agenda. The
CimI Tarty asked that a special
> -iin bo convened of the Knesset
|. reign .Affairs and Security Com-
An Arab deputy. Yussef
Khamis, a member of Mapam,
., i ;. parliamentary question to
swered by the Government
the Knesset reconvenes on
I
The Cabinet, at its weklv meet-
re Sunday, heard a derailed re- ,
psrt k>y Minister of Police Behor
,eet and was to hear from
he c hitf of Staff on action taken
t. Hi e Army in the situation. The
irl!-ern areas, where the rioting
occurred last week, were quiet
over the weekend, although ten-
sion remained high.
S'rong police patrols in the out-
Urtfi of Haifa and in the nearby
Arab communities, which headed
off potential demonstrators, pre
vented a recurrence of the rioting
which started in Nazareth and con-'
tinued for two days. The mayors
of Haifa and Acre made strong el-
forts to pacify the population and
to enlist Arab notables in this task
as Communist agitators and other
disaffected elements sought to in-
cite the Arabs to further demon-
strations.
Charges that the five young
\rabs. killed in two different Dora
er incidents when iney attempted
to cross the frontier illegally from j
Israel to the Egyptian-held Gasa |
Sip. had been mutilated, were
used by (he agitators to whip up
Arab ire. Polio gave distribution |
to the report of the official post
mortem on the five bodies which
shot from long-range and ihit there
shot from long-rangeanc that there
were no signs of mutilation on their
iiodies
Eshkol Presses te Create
Mew Government Coalition
TEL AVIV(JTA)Finance Minister Levi Eshkol, who has been ;
entrusted by President Izhak Bcn-Zvi with the iormation of the new;
Ghinet, began discussions Sunday on one of the major demands ol ]
Hi- opposition the introduction of stricter parliamentary supervision
o tli_" armed forces.
riit> left-wing Mapam and Ach-i
dul .Avodah parties insist on the;
iim ation of a Ministerial COm-
it ttoe as a supreme body respon-
hle for the country's security.
Premier David Ben-Gurion, who is
i -" the Defense Minister, has been
usisting that all security matters,
b .< ft in the hands ot the Defense
\ in sler only.
n all attempt to settle this issue.:
' Kshkol conferred here with
I'iKl Galili, leader of the Achdut
Aw .iah, who is particularly firm
in the demand of introducing par-
Meanwhile, representatives of
Mapai and other parties are also
discussing another issue to affect
the next coalition. This one deals
with establishing a "collective re-
sponsibility" rule, which would
make it mandatory for all parties
that are partners of the coalition
to support the Government bills
in Parliament, or at least not to
vote against such bills.
The principal issue, however, on
whether Mapai is to have a ma-
H...ntary control over the armed | **? of the members of the next
braes. Mr. Galili is reported tolC301"0'- ls s lU ,n dlsPu,e- f"?hcr
I v prepared a detailed plan lor
lite implementation of such con-
iuL
Broword JWV
To See Nazi Film
Browarri County Jewish War Vet-
! ir.lra-party discussions of that is-
sue was to be held at meetings
scheduled for Wednesday.
At a meeting of the inter-party
committee of Mapai's former coali-
tion parlnersthe Liberals, the Na-
tional Religious Party, Mapam,
and Achdut Avodahin prepara-
tion for further talks with Mr. Esh-
ran* will sponsor a membership] kol, it was decided to maintain "a
breakfast Sunday, Oct. 8, at the ; firm and united" stand on the three
Forum restaurant in Ft. Lauder-;central issues: 1. Numerical and
f!^ le, where slides and tape record-1 qualitative parity between Mapai:
insjs of George Lincoln Rockwell'si and the other parties in the Cabi-j
/merlcan Nazi Party will be shown, net; 2. An equitable distribution
The JWV will have members ofjof important portfolios, particular-
I nai B'rith groups and the Tern- >' the ministries of defense, foreign .
i'-- KmanuEl Men's Club from Ft. affairs and finance; and 3. Parlia-
I ;ui(liTclale in attendance at
1 eakfast.
the
Henry Norton, of Miami, com-
rrunder of the Florida Depart-
ment of JWV, and past com-
minder Daniel Neal Heller will
fce present.
lorn m under Norton said the
mentary supervision of the armed
forces.
Mr. Eshkol on Sunday expressed
optimism about his prospects of
forming a government soon after
the holidays. It is understood that
he believes that Mapam and Ach-
dut Avodah understand now better
than a week ago the necessity of
I lides and tape recordings of Rock- keeping a strong labor coalition
well's group will be shown to many ; This sentiment has al-o been ex-
( i nps in the area "to awaken them pressed during ihe last few days
t Ihe dangers such lunatic fringe in articles written by Achdut Avo-
% nups can cause." He said other
i- rotips wi-hing to hear the record
' and see the slides may contact
* !m or one of the JWV posts in their
i rea
A similar program had been slal-
'^h Center in Miami, sponsored by
the West Miami Post of the Jew-
Mi War Veterans.
data writers in the Israeli pn -
Posf-Yom Kippur Dance
Temple Zamora will hold its post-
Vom Kippur dance on Saturday
Adult Cinema Club
The Adult Cinema Club of the
North County YMHA will show
"The Captain from Koepenick" on
Sunday. Oct. 8, 8:30 p.m. at the
new Congress Bowling Lanes Audi-
torium, 124 st. and Biscayne blvd.
Cinema Club members will also
1 see "Naked Night" on Sunday, Nov.
You are cordially invited
to attend the thrilling
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Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary
will be honored for her distinguished
leadership and devotion to the up-
building of our community's newest
life-saving health facility.
PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
Guest Speaker: Hon. Claude Pepper
A Tribute to Mrs. Nathaniel Levin
Parade of Volunteers
' Meet Our Staff Doctors
Tour of the Hospital
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Page 7-A
Good-Will Tour Participants Gather
At Cruise Function at Fontainebieau
will btar messages of good-wilt
from President Itihak Ben-Zvi
and Prime Minister David 3n-
Gurion to Ambassador Morrison
and Gov. Farris Bryant of Flori-
T!ie first get-together of mem-
bers of the Fan-American Friends
of Israel Good-Will Tour was to
take place Thursday evening in the
French room of the Fontainebieau
hotel.
da.
Dinner.
The tour proper and the spe-
Members of the cruise were to jcial events marking the visits to
meet for a social as guests of Carl
the SS Jerusalem arrives on her'
maiden voyage to Miami the "The SS Jerusalem will be wel-
Welcommg Flotilla, the afternoon COmed in keeping with the unique
Chen Reception, and the Captainsj nature 0f her voyage In the after-
noon, the women ol Chen, the com-
Weinkle, Cruise Commodore. Spe-
cial guests at the gathering were
to be Wolf R. Lazarus, executive
vice president of Zim Lanes, and
consuls of the foreign countries to
bo visited during the tour.
Weinkle pointed out that the
emissaries of the foreign coun-
tries would be on hand to answer
questions of the members of the
cruise and to describe some of
the ceremonies to take place in
their respective countries upon
the arrival of the tour.
Mapping strategy for the 1962 campaign are Samuel N. Fried-
land (left), chairman of the board of trustees, and Cal Kovens,
genera] Combined Jewish Appeal campaign chairman. The
two are pictured at the annual dinner of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation in the Fontainebieau hotel last Saturday.
(See story, Page I-A.)
Dr. Moefzei is Speaker
Dr Grover A. J. Noetzel, former
of the University of Miami
-iness administration,
was guest speaker at the Wednes-
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the various ports of call. Haiti.
Curacao, La Guaira-Caraeas. Car-
tagena, Colon-Panama City, Vera
Cruz-Mexico City.
The Ambassador's Ball on
Dec. 27. when the cruise commo-
dore and the honorary crew mem-
bers of the voyage will transmil the
{lags and greetings of Pan-Ameri-
I can neighbors.
Dr. Kahan indicated that "the
arrival cf the SS Jerusaiejn will
be filled with happy symbolism.
It will be tt-.e first time an Israe-
li passenger ship comes ta Mi-
ami. The SS Jerusalem wMI be
coming direct from Israel and
B-G's Birthday To be Honored
day dinner meeting of the Miami
Board of Realtors at the Dupont
Plaza hotel. Dr Noetzel is past
president of the Economic Society
oi South Florida.
The Pan-American Friends of Is-
rael Good-Will Tour will take place
aboard the Zim Lines SS Jerusa-
lem, starting in Miami on Nov. 19.
and returning on Dec. 5.
Honorary Cruise Commodore will
be deLesseps S. Morrison, Ambas-
sador of the United States to the
Council of Organizations of Ameri-
can States. Ambassador Morrison
will come to Miami on Nov 19 to, United States and Canada dedicat-
join in the ceremonies greeting the |fd to the^oth birthday of Prime
arrival of the SS Jerusalem and.
munal volunteer corps of the Wom-
en's Division, will be hosts at a
reception for all the Israel Bar
Mitzvah Bond holders of the com-
munity. At night, the captain of
the SS Jerusalem will be host at
a dinner afloat, honoring th" Is-
rael Bar Mitzvah Trustees, Build
prs, Guardians and Sponsors of Mi-
im
"Tour participant who will >c
inted honorary crew mem
m list. At mid-
thi gi esl v ill bid the ip
sengers bot voya j \ i ii
SS Jer isalem will sel sail with
Miamians on th d-
tial Pan-American Fri rids ir te-
(oo l-u.ll Tour."
By Special Report
NEW YORKThe month of Octo-
ber will witness scores of dinners
and other events throughout the
will be guest of honor at the cap-
Iain's dinner to take place on the
evening Of Nov. 19. prior to the de-
parture of the tour.
Dr. Aaron Kahan, executive di-
rector of the Israel Bond Organi-
zation, pointed out that the tour
will consist of four phases:
Dedication of the Israel Bar
Mitzvah Year Book and transmis-
sion of the Good-Will charter to
the Cruise Commodore at the Is-
rael Bas-Mitzvah dinner on Satur-
day. Oct. 21.
Ceremonies on Nov. 19, the day
Minister David Ben-Gurion of Is-
rael, it was announced here by Dr.
Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president
of the Israel Bond Organization.
According to the Hebrew calen-
dar, Ben-Gurion's birthday occured
on the third day of the Jewish
Festival of Sukkoth, or Wednesday,
Sept. 27. However, in 1886, the
year of his birth, the Gregorian
calender date is Oct. 16.
Following the latter date, special
celebrations in honor of Israel's
foremost statesman will be held
during October under the auspices
of Israel Bonds, Dr. Schwartz said.
The nationwide birthday tributes
will mark a peak in the fall cam-
paign of the Israel Bond program,
which was initiated in the Unied
States ten years ago by Prime Min-
ister Ben-Gurion and which has
since that time provided more
than S500.000.000 for the develop
ment of every major branch of
Israel's economy.
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Peace Corps to Drop
Anti Bias Stipulation
CsVmued from Page 1-A
{ n [do no; think they sta
. benefit oi the Peace
I
ir m Isarned tha* tie State
~eparf^risnt, through Sen. Fill-
s'-on', interceded in the Senate-
rsuM cs^ference to delete the
antibias measure approved by
i-e House. Rep. Thomas E. Mor-
jan, Psnnsylvania Democrat,
ctairmafl of the Hocse Foreign
Affairs Committed, aarr.rted thjf
- arre.idment caused me con-
**r*r;i a great deal of concern.'
Ceo. Vs-qan expressed sympathy
'-r M* amendment s purpose but
ojreit.y had to go along with
h Executive Department's
- i The Executive Depart-
-en- ohasized that they would
not -jvj Peace Corps programs
- a c.;itry that made American
o*r*on-iel "repeatedly subiect to
c scr. nination."
KM a result, "thi manager* on the
- : the House J.creed to the de-
: i( this provL-ion They are
ed that :r. the less devel-
oped countries Government policy
frequently may not be well coordl-
< i and public opinion not fully
ired. L'nder the circunu-uuv.es.
.ndi\idual incident? of discrimina-
ighi occur uhich did not re-
fleet of the Gov-
ni ir tl the pub-
ally.
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Ulpan Courses
Continuation of Hebrew llpan
courses and special service for Na-
tional Jewish Book Month were
announced by M A. Baskin. presi-
dent of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation.
The Bureau will offer a course
in Intensive conversational He-
brew with first sessions scheduled
the latter pan of October. Be-
ginning, intermediate and advanced
course? will be offered both in
town and on the Beach
Baskin also announced that Na-
tional Jewish Book Month will be
observed this year from Nov. 3
through Dec. 3. The Bureau will
again offer a special book review
service to all Jewish organizations
during the month, schedule public
meetings and public displays, and
publish book lists for this national
cultural event.
Program committees are urged
to plan meetings celebrating Jew-
;.-h Book Month during November
or December The Bureau offers
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ladder, and Brian Rappcport son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Rappaport. at the bottom, help place the s'chach on top of
the Suickah a? part of the eight-day Sukkoth holiday celebra-
tion at Beth David Congregation. The Sukkah is 25x100 ft.,
and accommodates the hundreds of worsh.ppers extending
services at Beth Dcvid. Traditional Kiadush is served by Sis-
terhood after services.
Morocans Urged
To Air Problem
PARIS (JTA) A cd;; for
"reconsideration of the Jev h
problem in Morocco." was isj i
this week by the Istiqlal Parn, the
dominant political party in M>
rocco. The call was issued in cm-
t nection wi'h an alleged visit to
' Northern Morocco last week o: U ,.
brael Consul at Gibraltjr.
Published in A) Alam, official
organ of the party, the call as
erted that Jews were "different"
from ethers of Moroccan natio-
nality. A: Alam has been repe**.
ed!y charging that the Jewish
cu'toral organizations in Morocco
a? Ilrked witn Zionism. The
campaign against the Moroccan
Jews has been going or. in tr.a
Istiqlal newspaoer for mare
than a we:k.
Rep:rs published here say '.hat
five young Jews who r.ad been jr-
re*ted by ci?:ribjting leaflets in the J i
section of Casablanca left Mopk:o
end were on their way to Pan- T-e
live Jew.; were detained in
j-pres arrests of Jews folio
the visit of President Nasser oi toe
United Arab Republic to Cj-i
blanca. Unconfirmed report.- i
"hey had been subjected to sevs-t;
beatings wh.ie they were in p
New York Mayor OK's
Release Time Celebration
trterofore Course Slated
"Modern European Novels a'. I
Their Authors" is the title oi
adult education course offered !
he North County .YMHA. The 13-
week, two-hour course, irom S i
10 p.m.. will start on Wedne?djv.
Oct. 11. at the Y. 14036 NE 6th a\
Course iastructor is Laurance Don
cvan. formerly of the English D.'
partmtDI at the University oi Mj
ami
TRAVRIHG! C"
NEW YORK .JTA M ,
Robert Wagner, ot New York, is-
sued a proclamation this week -de-
claring the month of October I
"Released Time Month (or Reli-
gious Education "'
The text of th^ proclamation was
handed to a group headed by
Charles H Tuttle, chairman tl
Greater New York Coordinating
Committee on Released Time, and
including Israel Weu terger : tie
Jewish Education comnul ee
The proclamaticn noted that
100.000 children in the New York
City schools participle annual-
ly in the released ti-ne program.
it urged
(or the care oi our vt iren to e:
hem in their respective reh-
. .- centers lor spiritual and
. rjl training." It noted that the
in force in New York for 20 years.
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Jfewisft n-cridiiciin
Page 9-A
Israel Films
Will be Shown
Two motion pictures on Israel
will highlight he monthly meeting
of the Miami Beach Lodge ol B'nai
B'rith on Oct. 18 at the Algiera
hotel, presi ent [rving Schatzman
announced.
The films, both ;h irt subjec's in
color, are "Israel." pr'xluced by
Exodus author Loom Ins and "The
Hi{jh by screen star Melvyn Dou-'las.
Gerald Tc^warfi, chairman of
the ledge's Israel committee and
regional director for fne Hebrew
University of Israel, and Mrs.
tidyth Geiger. woman's division
director of the American Friends
of the Hebrew Urvversity, will
discuss "Israel Enters the New
Year."
Mr- Geiger, ivho also >e-%-e as
t'\< i tary >; the South
Floi la Ision the American
Friends, il en:'ed 'he Hebrew Uni-
versity during a .\\.jr >tay in
Isr;
Jud in Frie ;man. district
, president .>f B'nai 3 rith, ar.l mem-
j bers of Israel committees from
j other lji^ei in the Groaer Miami
area have been invited
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A new course of lectures on the
"Art of Living Happily" will be
given by Dr. Abraham Wolfson,
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Happier Living." on Tues..ay morn-
int;. 8 a.m.. on the 8th street beach.
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Discussing we'Jare problems are these officers
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the Dade County United Fund. Left to riqht
ere 'icm J. Heiman, retiring Federation pres-
ide:! t; A. I. Karris, new president; John Tur-
ner, United Fund president; and Joseph M.
Lipton, 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal chair-
man. They are pictured at the annual dinner
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in the
Fontainebleau hotel.
Federation Elects Harris President
Continued from Page 1-A
,date secretary. Cal Kovvns.
Kovi'; -. contractor and builder
i .s campion chairman tor
96. Combined Jewish Appeal.
plcrtzed an all-O'i; dr-ve for finds
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money," Kovens -aid. "This is a;
big 10b I'n> undertaking, both in its
demands and in its rewards. This
i- |ually true lor each one of you.
A- was the case with my predeces-
sors I intend to be a working chair-
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it you don't all work with
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In his address to the gathering
of Greater Miami welfare conv
munitv leaders. Dr. Haber de-
clartci that "a democracy like
the United States will seek an
honorable compromise as an al-
ternative to war," adding that
"any compromise always plays
into the hands of reactionary for-
ces like the Birch Society."
Dr. Haber. University of Michi-
gan economics professor and presi-
dent of the American ORT Federa
ion, added that the torces result-
ing from international tension also
"lend to put in'o ascendancy the
forces of bigotry."
In the social field. Dr. Haber
warned that the United States must
'nace itself tor an overwhelming
increase in the demand for services
of all kinds, both from public and
private agencies "
The continued increase in popu-
lation, he said, will "create a
host of problems" in the 1960's.
It wi'l bricg a "phenomenal ex-
plcsion" in the demand for more
*>< heals anc* teachers, and for ad-
ditional reusing.
The dramatic change" in the
me distribution was pointed out
by Dr. Haber as another key tac- I
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lon aid the r suiting "prosperity
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New semester for the children of
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Center. Included are courses in
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history, traditions and prayers.
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Friday. September 25 '-.t^
Fear
Politics
By MAX LEJLNER
6en. Yadin Reconstructs Bar Kochba Era;
Archaeologist Will Speak on Beach Nov. 5
t.-. -
II res. I Ha "The Pru
torn
\)'a-- i r.MT re*
lo put
I ,.''

to base it upon, love and
-

.
,.
ii the B
mei His 1
V) Western allies
wen _-. i Gei ice treatyI
hat thus far he r: ith all three
ha- ::'. of opinion in the free
toda) ..-. t tar itronger potiti n -: bii wray than he ai
ir. ove -
AMIDST THE DEBATES on 'he his'ory and logic of Khrushchev's
Berbfl position number of commentators -eem to have forgotten one
u, ;;,.- .;><:the rr.<--hod by which Khrushchev ha< created the Cli-
mate a which the debate ii arried on.
.: i the first time in history a k-ad'-r ha-, u-<-d nuclear weaponsin
the ('jr.-,-; of nuclear te explosionsas political weapons Th;, teems to
me the p.- me .'" ai the events of recent weeks. It should be clear now
thai '' "' /. expJosiaBi he has conducted has been only in par.
,.;.. aada of the weapons race. It is also intended to -how
thi VATO peoples what the Russians can do to them if their leaders
r< Ign of the commanding Soviet elite
In Khrushchev's Interview with Cyrus Smlzberyer he was at pains to
<: :.-,;. if President Kenr>r alon* ithout his allies From what I have seen of Germany in this past
v...k l ; nether th< re .'.;ll be any defection from the alliance. The
harm- goes for France as Ion:.' ;: de Gaulle can escape his assassins. But
who answer for th<- Bnti-h. with the canker of unilateralism eat-
i- il them all along, and with this newest nuclear terror staring
them in 'he !
THERE CAN BE NO DOUBTING the brilliance of Khrushchev's
performanci In the i of nuclear diplomacy. He has man-
initiative on the Berlin question, satisfy bis military
-;im<- time he has raised a doubt in
the i peopli nether the responsibilty for his con-
tmu< estii not in fact lie with American and Germarl
Cake and have it to I
Thi <> is the art t of ai
rent -hat he ha ition.
[..- him in modrn history. 0 HO
lei What Napoleon did rai in
K tervie
THE QUESTION IS
I ion the i It
hake the r< crucial leadership a- the
!><' ..' rid v. it< i to fearful.
Th! kn< ''. Khi /' tactic is that he h*- said
that m clear >< is intolerable and unthinkable: How v
the threal ol nuclesr war tpeel the world to I he
meant to carry out the thr< and plunge thi world the in-
f, erabh and unlhinkat
'..-.- second century" world of Bar
his time- oeing
reconstructed as a resilt
the archaeological excavations
I carried out at the Judean
Reporting to Presi-
dent Itzhak Ben-Zvl at a recent
ceremony on the find- yielded by
the second season of excava*
Yigael Yadm. of 'he Hebrew
ersit] I Jeru-a.err.. gave vivid
everyday life both be-
fore and the Bar
- in the
v '
: He-
- im-
ince f tl
rom the
gl rious lymb \ for ] -.rmy
ol 11 --:
..;. participated in the expedi-
tion.'"
Gen. Yadin, professor of ar-
chaeology at Hebrew University,
will be in Miami Beach on Nov.
5 *nd 6, in behalf of the Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity. He will be guest of hon-
or at a dinner at the home of
Jack D. Gordon, South Florida
Division president, Nov. 5. and
give a public lecture on the Bar
Kochba letters and the Dead Sea
Scrolls at the Miami Beach High
School Auditorium on Nov. 6.
The latent expedition took place
laSl spring, ar.d since then "he finds
have been studied and the nature
of some of them has just been re-
vealed.
The most important new addition
to the first report concerns the con-
tents of some of the papyri In the
cave explored by Prof Yadm's
group, some 50 to 60 papyri had
been found, and it is now reported
by Prof. Yadin that ten of these
have so far been opened. All of
them with administrative legal
matters, indicating that Ein Gedi
.mporunt admissutraUve
-r for the region The> belong
> the period before t.-.e rebels CtV
:ered the caves, and were
probably taken there for safekeep-
ing.
Three oi,lh-iloc'Amenxs. written
m elegant Mishnaic Hebrew, in a
script far superior to that cf any
of the secular documents whicn
have so far been I MUM) either in
Israel or in Jordan, are contracts
covering the lease of land in Em
Bar KochtM through "it-
hosMtan Ben Machnaim. Admini-
>r of Shimon Ben K.--ba Prince
Israel, in Ein Gei: They are
dated the third yc .mor. Ber.
Israel, one on
the tweni
and I Kis-
The les
Ol Kir.
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Continued from Page 4-A
cept in bis observations about the need for expanded traditional Jew-
i h education, which seemed s purposeful preface designed to scotch
fi;- this i ri1 icis m
I i his Initial reference to the American Jewish need to fill the
eft by a decimated European Jewish community. Hal
"In time Israel will
clarei
vide the link Bui surely for the
rn-xi :' neration whal Jc > i h lit-
educatii
bi r forl will come
n i ome froi
<>'' e, there v Lhei
i nee l '
to the hope that !-
:.i b relii
It i \r i ican Je 11 j' pitch"
tieipatini
i.i i b the be In i
iniii. hoi' ime intei : in local
i ;i". irs But rinv. that It
i| on i Israel
it d io ymbolize the entire
mi a tin It was a diffei i it Fed
eration that gathered 5 itii
ii ing diffi rent from ar.-. 1
had attended before
an antiseptic, surface fl I'-icy
about the talk and the psoooad
an absence of en ti >i 'hat
I all singu
is
v. : a
iblj '

inity fron
upon
Had it al
as foreign thi al
i
1 c6l .il
except for
ly. For,
in fact, almost
rent Prof. Habei
I) capable b it-
i"l addre
sentation before a Jc
fttion proved that be-
yond question.
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sixteen dinars which
-elas".. All of them end .. ,j.
signatures of thoe prir.cip^. .
cerned. and of the ssllnaim. Qg,
A the witnesses ii "Masabala B?a
Shimon." who is known fr -
Bar Kochba letters found last .
Two document* are written in.
Anxnak. Of rhese, ooe is a r*
ceipt of payment for the- lease af
land from Shimon Bon Kosaj,
Prince over Israel, the sec-i
probobty a contract for the s
c4 property in Ein Gedi aw
through the n>o<*ium of the Ai
minietrator of Shimon Ben Kto
ba.
Yet another document, extr
:
gory of "Bound De-
the text twice
its I rittleness. only pan I
deciphered. It de -
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Nazareth Mayor Says Friendly
Ties Set Back Thirteen Years
Continued from Page 1-A
majority, will be in a bad position
to do anything for us now."
He admitted that Arab resent-
ment against the Israel govern-
ment still was evident at the time
of the sudden violent OUtbr
but -aid relations had improved.
Zubi said military government
over the Arabs is the principal
cause of resentment. The mili-
tary government out the
Arab as something special, some-
thing untrustworthy "
Alleged expropriation of Arab-
owned lands by the Israel gov-
ernment also was cited by Zubi,
who has long been identified as
one of tne principal architects
of improved Arab-Jewish rela-
tionships.
He said Arab citizens have had
250,000 acn taken from them
.n the 13 years of statehood.
Zubi also said Arab youths, al-
though able to finish schools com-
parable to those of their Jewish
counterparts, rarely find good jobs
when they finish their educational
ams
The Israel eabinet Tuesday heard
irts on the two border inci .
which precipitated the crisis art
in effect absolved the patrol of
blame in the killings.
Zubi placed the principal b.j
for the outbreak by the Arab [
lace on the Israel radio's Axa
language service for annoui
he ,-hootings.
He pointed out that Arab youths
frequently ar shot when tryir>3
to cross into the Gaia strip, |l.
as often by Egyptians as by Is
raelis.
Such shootingsunless they in
volve persons who had crosse :
Israel on espionage missionsare
seldom announced.
Almost unheard of during the
crisis, which continued in Acre u-i
abated Tuesday night, was the r
of United Nations forces charged
with patrolling the border bet
the Gaza strip and Israel.
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Aramco 'Employees' Offer Mid-East Poop
NEW YORKt.TTAiThe West's altitude toward the Palestine An introduction to the handbook
Arab refugee question and "a real sense of ir.sccurit\ with respect to noted that it had been prepared by
i possible further expansion of Israel"' are the major reasons why the Aramco employees who are not
I Arab States have turned to the Soviet Union for arms and economic
i.-.-istancc, according to the "Aramco Handbook." published by the
Arabian American oil Company for the guidance of its employees.
The lavish volume, profusely ilIn--------------------------------------
Harvest Festival of Sukkoth is celebrated by members ol Tem-
ple N'er Tamid in the congregation's Sukkah constructed by
i ) Men's Club. Left to right are Alex E:cr. Joseph Kahn. Jcck
Shaw, and Mesdames Louis Hobermcn. Murrey Shew. Louis
Cohen, Ralph Mervis. Dale Regent (seated1. In foreground
, back to camera) is Maurice Zaretzky, vice president ci
Tempi* Ner Tamid.
Community Relations Body
Challenges NJ. State Educator
strated and rrinted in The Nether-
lands, has been distributed by the
oil company to public libraries
throughout the country. The 343-
page volume contains only two ref-
erences to Israela brief refer-
ence t" the fact that "the Arab
States dispute Israel's claims to
rights in the Gulf of Akaba," and a
longer reference to the Arab-Israe-
li dispute as a source of tension in
the Middle East
Nor does the name of Israel ap-
pear anywhere on the score or
mere of maps appearing in the
bock, or on any of the numerous
charts on the Middle East which
are included in the book. An illu-
stration, in color, "Middle East
Flags," depicts the national col-
ors of 10 Middle East countries,
but net the blue-white flag of Is-
rael.
feelings, coupled with a real
sense of insecurity with taspect
to possible further expansion of
Israel, largely explain why Egypt
and later Syria turned to the So-
viet Union for arms and econom-
ic assistance after failing to get
what they wanted from the
West."
professional writers and that the
central purpose was "to help Aram-
co employees see the Aramco ven-
ture in proper perspectiveto see
what is happening today against
the background of the past and in
the light of current world affairs."
Opinions expressed, it said, "do not
necessarily represent official views
of Company management." No
reference is made to Aramco dis-
criminating employment practices
with respect to Jews.
Anglo-Jewish Writers in Plea
For Cultural Freedom in USSR
Continued from Pag? 1-A
be a resounding act of humanity if
L ndon and Broadway success,
"Five Finger Exercise;" Brain
the Soviet authorities would enable Glanville, leading British novelist
those who wish to do so to at least a nd Sunday Times writer: Dan
rejoin their relatives abroad." the I Jacobson, former South African
letter said.
A historical section, describing
system established
after World War I. makes reference
The ten signatures were
novelist and critic; Dannie Abse,
Wolf poet and playwright; Novelist
the mandate system established Mankowitz. one of England's lead- Frederick Raphael; Garda Charles,
mg young intellectuals; Bernard ... .. .
.. .. a leading woman novelist and Crt
Kops. one of the new wave
\ ARK (WNS) The Com-
i |j Relations Committee of the
-i Community Council of Es-
nunty has challenged the re-
(i ling by State Commissioner
...tion Frederick M. Raub-
i that the singing of Christmas
i s and Chanuka songs in New
ey's public schools was not in
i ict with state laws against re-
i as practices in the schools.
Commissioner ruled, in turn-
i own a complaint by parents
list religious songs in the
is that the Legislature "had
i otention of excluding every ves-
i -i ; ; religious thought" and that,
in addition, it was not possible to
' ive from the school program
,i.-y practice that may in some
offend the religious beliefs of
I parents."
At the same time he maintained
' f every religious reference
be eliminated," the writings
ot Milton. T< Shakes]
and the music of Bach, Wagner,
Handel. ssohn, Beethoven
and t.: ;..- "the Negro
spii ituals and si me of our patriotic
and folk songs, would have to be
prohibited." Dr. Rauhmger also
upheld the practice of saying of
grace by pupils a: school meals.
Philip E. Hoffman, chairman of
the Community Relations Commit-
tee, said that while there was no
questioning "the good faith" of Dr
Kaubinger. there was reason to
I doubt his right to interpret Legisla-
tive intent. Intent, he said, was .i
matter to be decided by the courts.
| At the same time he rejected Dr.
Raubinger's analogy, declaring
! that t h e "singing of Christmas
carols and Chanuka songs in ccle-
| bration of sectarian holidays has
i no relevance to the teaching'oi mu-
sic, literature or history."'
10 the British Mandate over Pales-
tine and the subsequent severance f
Jon Silkin. British tic: ;md Emanuel Litvinofl
of Jordan for establishment as an
independent state, but fails to re-
port thai the Palestine Mandate
ended with establishment of the
State <>:' Israel in part of the ter-
ritory of Palestine or lo explain in
any way how the Palestine Arab
refugee situation was created.
In dealing with present tensions
in the Middle East, the "Aramco
Handbook" notes that "another
cause has been the tragic impasse
in the Arab-Israeli conflict. Cur-
rent problems in the Middle East
cannot be understood without a
comprehension of how strongly the
Arabs feel on this issue The West's
apparent indifference to Arab view-
point and to the plight of the mil-
lion or so Arab refugees displaced
from their homes in Palestine has
been both disillusioning and frus-
trating to the Arabs."
The editors added that "thes
poet: Peter Shatter, author of the essayist and novelist
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Samuel Bronfman (left;, president of the Canadian Jewish
Congress, presents the organization's first annual H. L. Caiser-
man Av/ard to Rabbi Arthur Chiel, whose book "The Jews in
Manitoba," il being published by the University of Toronto
Press. The award was made for Rabbi Chiel's orioinal con-
tribution in the field of Jewish letters. The award wiii" be made
annually during Jewish Book Month, and is open '.o Canadian
.' d "3 who distinguish themselves through the publication
c: works in the field of Jewish literary, scientific, research,
arts or relate-- areas. Rabbi Chiel established the Depart-
ment of Judaic Studies at the Un versify of Manitoba and was
director <~i the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation there. He is now
rabbi of the Genesis Hebrew Center, Tuckahce, NY., and is
ciso program editor of the television procrcm, 'The Eternal
L.ght."
Stein to Head
Seminary Unit
By Special Report
NEW YORK Louis Stein, presi-
dent of Food Fair Stores, has been
appointed national chairman tor
1D61 of the National Pa'rons So-
ciety of t h e Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, it was an-
nounced this week by Dr. Louis
Finkelstei.i. chancellor of the Sem-
in; ry.
The program of the Patrons So-
e.i ty is a major [actor in raising
funds to meet Hi'.- Seminary's an-
nual maintenance budget of S3.-
In his new post. Stein will di-
rect arrangements for the So-
ciety's annual Louis Marshall
Award dinner, to be held in New
York on Sunday, Oct. 29, at the
Roosevelt hotel, in honor of Abra-
ham A. Ribicoff, Secretary of
Health, Education and Welfare.
Stein also will participate in the
program of a special convocation
earlier in the djcy, when Ribicoff
will have the honorary degree of
Doctor of Laws conferred upon him
by the Seminary.
The convocasion will be held in!
the Horace Matin Auditorium of:
Teachers College, and Ribicoff will;
be honored for Ins "distinguished |
and lasting contributions to fhej
ideal of social and human welfare!
a* the chief responsibility of city, |
state and nation.''
LOUIS STf/N
IWV BoMling League formed
A statewide Jewi.-h War Vete-j
rans Bowling League has been
formed to play Wednesday even-
ings at I he Coliseum. Howard Mel-
nick, president of the league, said I
those Interested in taking part in |
the handicap play over the next
eight months should contact Ains-
lee Fertlie.
Spanish, French
Courses Slated
Spanish and French courses are
now betag offered at the Coral
Cables Youth Center. 4J0 Anasta
sin ave.
Spanish classes for beginners will
meet from 1 to :; p.m., Tuesdays
and Thursdays; and intermediates,
from 1 to :j p.ni Mondays a n d
Wednesdays, under the direction
fit PedCC Bench/
A beginners' course In French
will be held from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m .
Mondays and Wednesdays
Lakeside
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Israel Official Rep
On Burma Friendship
By JOSHUA JUSTMAN ,
Jerusalem
The other day. we met here with
I?raei's Ambassador to Burma,
Elyashiv Ben-Chonn. and his ac-
count of the developing bonds be-
tween the two countries was en-
couraging indeed.
The Emtassy officials at Ran-
goon and the Israel Colony in Bur-
ma as a ..holesaid Mr. Ben-Cho-
rinfeel arid know that they live
among friends, and they all de-
rive great satisfaction from their
work in thi- far-away land.
There arc now about 30 Israel
experts engaged in various fields
in Burma. Two Israel families
are presently helping in the estab-
lishment of agricultural settle-
ments. Of the is settlements pian-
ned, six have already been estab-
lished. Israel experts also par-
ticipate in the opera'ion of Bur-
ma- National Maritime Compa-
ny Recently, an agreement was
signed in Rangoon with Israel
hotel experts for the operation of
Rangoon's newest hotel. A joint
Burma-Israel construction firm is
now engaged in the building of 10
student hostels, in the erection of
a central market at Rangoon, and
in construction of roads in several
parts of the country.
Through the years, a consider-
able number of Burmeseinclud-
ing military personnel under-
went training in Israel, and it is
envisaged that their number
would grow in the near future.
The trade relations between Is-
rael and Burma are so far on a
limited scale. Israel's main im-
port item from Burma is rice, to
which hard timber has been add-
ed recently; the exports comprise
chiefly textiles and spare parts
for machinery. However, Mr. I
Ben-Chorin expressed the hope
thai trade relations would grow
with Burma's developing econo-
my.
This encouraging picture of Is-:
rael Burma relations was forti- j
fied by the stand taken by Bur-;
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ma's Prime Minister U-Xu a! the
conference,-oi the neutral'', eouo-,
tries at Belgradea stand which
prompted Israel's Chief Rabbi
Yitzhak Nissim and Prime Min-
ister Ben-Gunon to send L'-.Nu
cables, hailing his "courage, right-
mindedness and firmness" against
the "ugly attempt" to sully Is-
rael at the Conference. It was
Prime Minister U-Nu'S firm stand
that thwarted the attempt by
L'.A.R. dictator Nasser and the
other Arab delegates to force up-
on the Conference "he passage of
a resolution that would have casti-
gated Israel as "a tool of im-
; i lalism endangering the well
being of the Afro-Asian coun-
tries.'
The case of Belgrade proved
' al a firm stand taken by one of
thi Afro-Asian countries is cap-
able ol frustrating tnc Arab policy
of utilizing that bloc for the pur-
pose of their anti-Israel campaign.
In this connection it is recalled
that when. lasl year. Upper Volta
< pposed the Arab demand that Is
rael rot be invited to the annual
party celebrating 'Africa Day"
in New York, it forced the cance-
lation of the affair.
Thus, gratifying as the stand
displayed by Burma at the Bel-
grade Conference has been, the
position taken by a number of
other Afro-Asian countries evoked
here sound disappointment.
DisapDointina also was the atti-
tude displayed by Ghana and
Guinea, altnough it was hardly
surprising in view of the stand
taken by these countries at the
"Casablanca Conference" where
while asking for and accept^
Israel assistancethey found j,
possible to co-sign a resolution
charging Israel with ". nperij.
lism."
Somewhat disappointir;; |0o
was the passive attitude adopted
at the Belgrade Conference by
Emperor Haile Selassie ol Bum,
piaa country to which Israel has
beetf- teVoting much effort
The outstanding fact Is that
these of the Afro-Asian bloc oar.
ticipating in the Confererc- com-
prised a very large sectioi
anti-Israel elements, and ,|;h!. de-
spite this fact. Nasser's i
ent endeavors to push thr
anti-Israel resolution ha- failed.
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^Xjlxemini sz/rtzerQih, Simchas J orah High Holy Day season will come to an end with the final days of
Isukkoth beginning Sunday evening. Hoshana Rabbah. meaning the I
(ircal Salvation, launches the observance on Sunday. Services con-'
llinuf f'i<,a>- and are "^own as Shemini Atzereth. with Yizkor me- j
Loria1 I "yers als0 scheduled. Monday evening. Hakofos processional'
will sui I the launching of Simchas Torah, marking the conclusion ol \
Ihe rend ng of the Five Books of Moses, and the resumption of their
[wading Jl Qeaesjs, ,Gans*yvati*a and Orthodox- congregations- -feature
addition Simchas Torah services Tuesday.
OUDATH ISRAEL. 78M Carlyle
""..,,,x. Rabbi Isaac Ever
Orthodox
|K,.,,> .
Saturday *:S0 am
i .r Beope to Develoi
Spiritual < "apabllltlea '
I \- !i'l si'iruum .i|#*i'i. *-.-.
,i, Bheld..... aon of Rabbi
,.,, Hindi Bver. sunilnv
| ,., h -h,n. Etabbali aervtee. Bun-
i ', ., Miiurlv, followed b) Pro
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Memorial xervlce, II b m
I' >i......IP R' s In Fes
I vi .. p.m. Blmc r
gonsi
EMES.
T53J SW Uth ave
R. Y-jsko, president.
Purpose of Life is Shown
In Search for Contentment
BETH PAVlD 082S SW 3rd ave. Con-
jirvai ve Rabb Norman Sn.ipiro
r,-- rVilliam v. LiDSon
ni.ii: I'll
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Mi.ndaj a.in
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p,a> s a.m. Viz >- memorial service
" i a prmor ''The I Ivfni Re-
call." .Monday S:30 p.m. Blmcba*
i iii. i'.iiun pro. -b.-n.il. Tuesday
*'.:<' a.m. Slmohae Torah
KNESETH ISRAEL.. 1415 Euclid awe.
Orthodox. Raooi Oivid Lenrtield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th av Traditional. Can-
tor Fred Ben-ste.n.
Irlii 6 p.m .' i .i i-i S.in
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5EPH4RDIC JEW 3-< CF\TER. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S Nachnnas.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW HU
st. Conservative Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Sunday Shemil I 8 p.m Mi n
laj i m i.n s nnon
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Flagler Granada Jewish Cantor

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NE 183rd at. M ami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zuoker. Cintor Abraham
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. r !'. beai Mon- rEiVlP.t "T-< % t. >950 N. Kendae
Torah Hakofos dr s Miami. Reform Raobi Herber-
Baumgard. Cantor Charles *"rtn-
l-'i i.ln, 5:13 p non "Why I '
We Have So Mm ; I illdn) b?" Bat
unlay 11:1.1 a.m -I'.-.r M'tzvi.li: Mark.
.-in of Dr. an-l Mrs. lernard Tumar-
kl'i. Sundaj 7:J0 Shi 'ini Atae-
reth. Annual t Ii pi eaal mal
. i\ 1.1 Blmchnsi Torah Ber\"lce Mon-
laj in a.m.
i......--! m t\ i.-.-. i 'hildren
., ', esdat) S JO a.m.
10 a
BETH f METH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
-ative. Raobi Max Shapiro.
Cantor Hymin Fine
, |, s- non: "Stagnation
Hua.l ij r'eaal of Tabar-
-it i m Monilnj 9 .i 'ii
Pur fj Vonr lliaris." Me-
r\ i. .M m ;.i> 7:J0 p.m.
KeJ l" iver the Truth."
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ETm ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie svs. Oi
thoorx Rabbi H Louis Rottman
ETH lACua 501-311 Washington
a*. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maur.ce Vamches.
I'
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i ,,K ,.: HlaKles Monday
<. r n- "I t'a Ramem-
Vi/ vli-.-.-. 7:30 p.m.
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BETH K0DE3H. 11551 Quail Roost dr.
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BETi- TORAH 164tn St. and NE 11th
|ve Conservatve. Rabbi Max Lip-
sch!:. Cantor 8en-Zion Kirschen-
i p nu a i" irdty **' a.m. Har
Ira, o Mr. and Mra
Hii i-tor. .-" ii i'Ai p.m. Monday
.i. Sli." nl A-/., nth. in a in
i i. sen Ices. Monda>
.--iii. with cl lldren
:i. '.'. .- .\ 8:1", a.in.
C'J.1
conc = egat;on etz chaim. 1544
Wa-.ington ave. Orthodox. R.ibbi
Ati, im Strisifsld.
; p n- Saturday 8:30 a m.
K sunda> 7 a.111
Kal ;-1' er\ Icea Bhemlnl
Sunda> 8:t2 p.m. Monday
yiljl -- V .- .1 : 10 a.Ill
.-nr. has Torah
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COR^. WAV JEWISH CENTER
75; ; vv 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam
U-i ..rii. oantjr Gershon Levin.
1 !i'i. ;.; p .-'.-1111 11. Intar-
Sabba o Taberiia lea."
"Whj Bo-
- 7:80 ., in Ha-
.> ,:, 1 .. m 0 u : "Iteatlnc
' 1 ria!>pln i! in-is Sunda;
I*. Bhe Ai/.im. th Bel
a a.n Si r iort: "Wlthoul
' I nil ['hen Is no Ra n." Yizkor ma-
1 ": |i ..>. r- Mnndas; ':'' l> '
roi 8:3J p i-i. 'till ri n'
iv nebd a.n Kermon
1 li-li itn 'i !..>'' 1'"! 1
''i'1' 11 rvtr-e, f >' ;. m.
TEMPLE BETH SHiRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gjttlieb.
Mondnj 7:80 |.m Btmchaa Torah pro-
i.s-ii.n. Members of h'ukkuh bulkllnfi
committee to be honored: Let Rach-
Ine, Mordecal Parneaa, Stanley Roa-
enbt-rg, Irvim; Brand, Donald Koliner,
and Aaron Appelbaiim, Sukkah dec-
oration committee Included Maadame
" im.. -.'!. i ......i 1 ,ou is Sacha,
Sarah 'InMiiian, .in ------a-----
TEMPLE BETH iOi-OM 4144 Cn
ave. Liberal. Habbi Leon Kroniah
Cantor Oavio Con^iser.
Friday !:1S p.m Sermon: "Can Wi
Reall) Rejoice In the Torah Tradi-
tion?" Baturda) ld:*J : m- Bai Mlts-
vnh: David, aon Mr and Mrs Ji -
eph Miller. Sur la f:lS p.m. Hako-
I'ns. Monda) 10:43 ..". Conseci I
f new nil Fiskor memorial
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TEMPLE B'NAl SHOLOM. 16800 NV
22nd ave. Cons^rvitive. Rabbi H.irr.
L. Lawrence.
Prida) Li Bter i "ban-
anle chant* Sabl rvU-e Satur-
,l.iv 9:30 a m. Sh ilnl Ataereth M -n-
lav H i m R I >:- Wernlck
ufflcl ite*. \\ I a in. Blmchan
I'..rah Mi.iv! ly 7:3 p.m.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative Rahh- Irvir
Lehrman. Cantor H.-sch' Adler
SiturilRv ;i mi h "' '- Michael
,,,n ,ii Mr. and Mr- Frederic Miller,
- m, aj -; '' '.nlnl Atzel eth
Monda) '' a V i 10:1 a m. Jun-
ior mareaatlon Ii Aanemnls 10 80
a in. Monda} 7 p.m Bimchai Torah
Tii. tin 9 .' rfl njnl sei Ii r In th<
Temple t: 13 a.m.
The festival cf Sukkoth. which
this .'.ear began on f.t>e evening ol
Sept. 24, is commonly referred to
as "Zeman Simchateinu.*' the Sea
son of our Joy. This is primarily
due to the fact that. i:i reference
to Sukko.h. the Tcrah commands
us: "And you shall rejoice before
the Lord your Gad for seven days
strange Mitzvah, one is prompted
to ask: How can you command
a pei ,n ') be happy. n<>v can
y t 'i cor rol me n
an I emol i i in that h<
he hap, ; i s ;koth? Wh.it p (
c t ly, did Torah h i e in
h l en i: c)mma:i< ed us to n
o.l UliS fo;:v ji'.'
'I he '' ol Ihe m itter is that
when we Bl p to en sider the pur-
pose and goal of i1 :.'. we will tind
that it is actually a constant pur-
suit after contentment and happi-
ness, in the process of pursuing
the goal of happiness, however, we never piite seem to achieve it.
rVe never seem to reach a point in our lives when we can honestly say
that we are completely happy cr satisfied With all the emphasis
that our civilization and culture places upon the enjoyment of life,
our ba^ic requirement remains unfulfilled.
I am inclined to believe that our basic difficulty in attaining true
joy and happiness stems from the tact that we oiten tend to confusv
ihese values with entertainment and amusement. Entertainment is
an evasion and escape frcm the seriousness of life, while serving as
a temporary distraction from reality. Joy. on the other hand, is life
itself. The 'lorah was, therefore, very specific when it said: 'And
you shall rejoice before the Lord your God.*'
Certainly, the Torah did not have in mind the usual standard of
everyday enjoyment, such as the over-attachment to a lite based
apon amusement and distraction. The Torah specifically says that
our joy on Sukkoth shall be betore the Lord. It must be a spiritual
type of happiness and contentment.
May the Sukkoth Festival bring to each and everyone of us the
blessings of a "Chag Samei-ach" a truly joyous and a truly happy
life.
KAMI GcffALl) LiRtk
. purpose onJ goal
OATDe HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
OA.T.ON. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con.
Wrvativa. 'Rabb. Harold Richter.
Pjntor Emanuel Mandel.
' 'i' 30 p.m. Sermon: "Sukkoth
' ; 'rencVtptl Saturday B:SI
i mon: "Hoahana: Volci
"'!>-i' ii." Bunda; 9 a.m. Hoahana
Bun m p.m. si:, in
. :ii ., ; service. Monda)
i Vi/.k... in a.in. Ser-
"ii the Wings ..f Memory."
7 p.m. Simchas Torah service
i b) par i 'ui sda I 30 a.m.
Torah morning; service.
FLAGLER-GRANAOA. 50 NW 51st
Pi- Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lere-. Cantor Hsrry Zaretsky.
S ii.in. s.i'n ,ia\ U a.m. Bon-
i.hi. Bhanilnl Ataereth, Monday
-' nnon: "Remembering i >ui
Tlakor services ii:4:, a.m.
ftj G p.m.. Sim, has Torah, II.i-
at 7 p in. T leeda) 9 a.m. Ba-
al i" a.m.
HEEREW ACADEMY. 918 6th st. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
p B i turday s a.m. Ha-
ni Ral l.ah Bunda) 7 a.m. and
i m Bhemlnl Atzereth. Monday
"! and 5:48 p.m tlakor memorial.
11 Peaal of Conclusion." Tuea-
n. nil ;,:!.-, p.m. Simchas
1 1" :i> a.m. Sermon: "Feast of
J iii lag."
SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 23th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Moiton
. Maiavtky. Cantor Louis Cohen
ttaay 6 p.m. Sati | S:30 a.m. Sun-
I'' p.m. Slieinini Atzereth. Mon-
TEMPLE lSRe. "'7 NF IQts.
Reform. RabO Joph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
I-', Ida.v 1>:1". i>.' f nnon: "The ili-h
Hoi) Days Ha\ u ha I Now?"
H uida) 7 p.i of Conclusion.
rViuni -i chll Iren if the pellglotts
, school w ill be I Monda)
,t*'" ilia m. Memorl
Una ------------
TEMPLE JUOEA. 3?3 Palermo ave
Liberal. Rabbi Vordecai Pbdet.
ii..,,, >. i p. i 'lie ceremi m>
Mine Sandra Serkin Saturday 10:30
i.in. Bar M tat il M chael, .-"ii <>f
Mr. and Mr- B>rnl ,- i>i-i Mon a
10:30 a.m. Shemini Ataereth p.m,
Simchas Torah H 1
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Co"-ervst'v bi Msver Abram
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Prlday SMS p." -' w '> x:1" "'"
Bunda) 8:1S p m Shi mini Ataei l
Monda) 'S:4.*i i m Vizk"' service
vfon la ," i" Si Torah, chll-
Iren's pr.....ssion t esday B:4S a.m
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. an
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Car
tor Samuel Qombero.
Hii.lay S:l". p.n n "Kukkoth
Symbol of Man's P"i iiit^." Saturda)
s:4"i a in Sen *W>" Portion.
Bunda) 6:80 M ataereth.
Mon la) 1:48 a m Vutkor, 10:80 a.m.
,;::, ,,,,,. Bimchoa Torah. Tueaday
s: i". a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12101
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benn
M Wallach.
PYlda) B:1S p.m, Sermon: "The Rich
Harvi at."
TEMPLE TIFEHETH JACOB. 6
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabb
L*i Helm.
Prlda) B:80 p.m Saturday B m. ser-
mon: "The Book of Ecclealastea
Speaka to -i Bophlatleated Gener-
ation
TEMPLE ZAMOHa, 44 Zamora avs
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it customary for the eon-
gaticn to parade around the
altar seven times on Hoshanah
Rabbah (ocurring this year on
Sunday, Oct. 1?
The Talmud relates that on this
day there was a special ceremony
in 'he Temple in which the priests
circled the a'.tar seven times hold-
ing willow branches in their hands
(Succah 44a). The sages contend-
ed that this practice was instituted
by the prophets and served as a
reminder of-the seven circuits,
made around the wall of the city
ot Jericho betore it came tumbling
down (Succah 43b. Yerushalmi
Succth4:3).
Our tradition today is to encircle
the altar seven times with all four
of,the species (i.e. the Lulav, the
Estrog, the Haddasim ana the Ara-
voi). The general idea of encir-
cling the altar is to demonstrate
that the produce of the world's
vegetation is dependent upon the
Almighty whom we serve at the
altar. Indeed, the productivity of
the fields depends upon man's mea-
sure of service to Deity.
Why arc the willow branches beat-
en on H-shanah Rabbah?
It is rather an indication and a
source of hope and courage as the
last of the Days of Judgment for
this season comes upon us.
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Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz
Friday 8:48 p.m. Saturda) 4:13 a.m
s ii ay ;.:4". p.m. shemini Ataereth
servlcea. Monday B:48 a.m, Vi/.ki.r 10
a.m. i p.m. llak.ifos. Tuesday 8:48
um.
e
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th si
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
e
TIFERETH ISRAEL. e500 N. Miam
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman Can
or Alh-t Glnntz.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Bermon: ".lu :
ami f'bol ii.,i......A." Saturday 8 a.m
i
This punt is prepared in co
operation with the Spiritual Ltfud-
; of the Greater Miami Rubbm
''- ca\ Ann.
rahbi MAX A. I IPSCHITZ
C< irdmator
Contributor;
RABBI -nl OMON SCHIFF
Gems of Wisdom
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GEMS OF WISDOM
A< the Esrojt hj\ taste and fra-
France. th palm taate hut no fru-
prance the mvrtla fragrance bui
no taste, and the few* have learn-
ing ami good .i^:'.l M'nif i<-arniii^
but no deeds to "f Ad^ but no
!rariun.'4 and sone neither leamwi
u.r derb. Scid the Hol> One
'f.tr: tliemal^h; tied totjetiier, ond
tFey nil' atone one fur the other.
1.1 V. R.
r
f)n t'-r Fej" of Booths, hrael
.i-oti'd offer seventy bullocks, cor-
responding to the teventy nations
/ the uorld. anJ ,"ra\c-J tliut flify
night live i'i trati futltty.
midrash reAuxiM.
t *
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if m trust hi t/i Reflecting upon this rather
,i : | J
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ANHI
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^Jlebrew V^ otv emotion
loir: xin irsaM"*irBs
T I -
nixn m'rn ."iron in^ 'Dun
nx n^on d^t7?^ (300)
tnfbtri Tin? ^3 DJnia1?
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t: : t : -.- -
nT?an ,crx rx m nraoa
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on1? Tri3 ix DTfQ^VO nx
.rrrfii vfltif* %?? QT!&$
nx D,l?ap.73 on ^"O^i
DniTan .nsh-iin nnryri ^2
nnx dj D,i,?3,7ria D^no
-rii ni-rrjsn .ii^n-ni^
bjjjj ,:~'? mmnp nvipp
-ry ^aa n-T'a
claim that the willow is beaten
five times to indicate the five
exiles of the people of Israel, tell-
ing us that in spite of the "beat-
ing!.'' which the Jewish people un-
derwent, there still remained some
leaves on the twig of the nation and
that there has never been a time
when all were destroyed at one
time.
Others further amplify this point
by claiming that the ceremony was
meant to show us that just as the
tree which loses its leaves, is later
on reinvigoraled with the coming
ol spring and fills up with leaves
all over again, so will the Jewish
people, who so often have lost their
most beautiful foliage of scholars
and laymen, be revived and resur-
rected with the coming of a new
era and the Messianic ideals of hu-
manity.
Twentieth Anniversary of the
Seminar of the Kibbutzim
The Seminar of the Kibbutzim
Is a unique kind of education in-
stitution. Three hundred students
graduate every year and acquire
a wide knowledge in the subjects of
rature study, farm economy, so-
citl education and the psychology
1 of the pupil, etc.
In this seminar no one pushes
'he students or gives them marks.
The students themselves are inter-
ested in attaining the highest
achievements. For this purpose
they receive all the helD reauired.
The teachers interest themselves
in the students after lesson time,
1 too. The laboratories and libraries
j are open to the students at all
;imes.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
Bermon: "The Inaecurlty in i- -
dom." Bhemlnl Vtaereth Bunda) 7:80
p.m. Bermon: "Itulldins and Planting
in Judaiam." Monday 8:30 a.m. Yiz-
ki r 1:80 a.m. Bermon: "Going I
Unto Death. Tueaday B a.m Ber-
"Queatlon or Answer." Tueada)
7::in p.m. Bimohai Torah.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Olxi.
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldor
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
-
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st '
Orthofix. Raobi Sherwin staube.
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vJeniif Fk-rMfar
Friday. September 2&
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Post Hammarskjold UN Will Mean Arab Nationalism
Washii
?he united nations naj be exploited by Arab
' nationalism and could even witness the ere
of a "Palestine Liberation Movement" to d<
Israel.
Informed Washing! in (facials are specula
on the growth of Arab power in the post-Hammar-
skjold United Nations The rise of the Afro I
bloc in the UN and election of a Moslem. Mong: S
of Tunisia, as president of the General A .-.-err.
portends Arab use of the UN tor anti-Israel ei
The basic Arab desire is to bracket Israel
French Algeria. 1' irl Angola, the Unii
South Africa, and Katanga Arab en-
visa ei .i turnnig back of the Near East ckx
1947 to negate the UN '. a and its
aftermath.
The Arabs want I IN machinery that
would compromise Israeli sovei is the
fir.-: step for a process the \:
a climate for an arm. ggle in Is-
rael wherein the IN
ialisl aspirations.
This session, the UN Arab l i
create a UN appara'us mplement the repatri-
ation and compensation of Arab rel The Uni-
ted States is committed to the principle of Israeli
concessions. Seeking Arab -ipport in the UN against
the Soviet "Troika" de-iin. America may go fur-
ther than it actually desires in appeasement .*f the
Arabs.
The Arabs are not aiming for a peaceful return
of a limited number of Palestinian Arabs. They
want to create an atmosphere in which the IN por-
tray- Israel in the wrong. Concurrent with the
refugee weapon, the Arabs will demand UN ma-
chinery inside Israel to restore abandoned Arab
properties. This is another way of injecting IN
authority into internal Israeli affairs. It is part of
the plan to undermine foundations of Israeli inde-
pendence and sovereignty.
When and if the Arab-prodded UN portrays
Israel as "defying" UN decisions, the Arabs would
unleash violence through a so-called "liberation '
movement. There would be armed infiltration by
"freedom fighters" backed by the Arab world. P res
ident Nasser, of the UAR. might even declare a
"Republic of Palestine." perhaps in the Egyptian
Sinai adjacent to Israel.
A key to events will emerge in the unfolding
Arab attitude toward the United Nations Emergency
Force stationed by the late L'N Secretary General
in the Gaza Strip and at Sharmel-Sheikh. the en-
trance of Akaba Gulf. The Arabs could either od-
pose new allocations to L'N'EF ar try to use
force against Israel.
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAK
A View of Prejudice
kRE AMERICANS WHO b '
* education inclined to be
[criminating against Jews thar
Iwho havve do college education"1 A -
Jan this subject has now been compL "
by the American Jewish Committee .
ler the direction of Prof. Charles Stem-
per. of Rutgers University The
l-eveals that when asked whether they
would vote for a well qualified Jewish candidate :'.':
President of the United States nominated by the par'
their choice. 82 percent of persons with college educal
replied in the affirmative.
The percentage was less among persons with -
mar school cr high school education. Catholics
prejudiced than Protestants on voting for a Jew ..
date for President. Persons who voted for either candi-
date in the 1956 Presidential elections v. ere about equ
receptive to the possibility of a Jewish candidate
Presidency more so than those who abstained The
study established that when the question of anti-Jewish
discrimination is put in broad general terms, the edu-
cated do not show more interest or concern than the un-
educated.
Discrimination as a matter of policy or institutional
practice is less acceptable to the educated than to the
less educated. However, the educated favor discrin.
tion more than the uneducated do where personal feelings
are at issue, specifically in the matter of employment
Social class and income level do not have a uniform ef-
fect on anti-Jewish discrimination. Most frequently, high
status is associated with a high level of prejudice.
The educated are slightly more likely to accept Jews
as guests in the home than the less educated. They are
also more likely than others to send their children to
colleges which admit students on the basis of merit,
without quotas for Jews. The better educated are some-
what more likely than the uneducated to prefer a resort
hotel which does not discriminate against Jews, but they
are also more likely to object to all-Jewish resorts. In
the upper and lower classesbut not in the middle class
education is related to rejection of Jewish neighbors.
In the upper class it is also related to disapproval1 of
marriage with Jews. In the lower class, on the other
hand, education decreases opposition to intermarriage.
I'NEF .-.ere removed ti
mile-wide All N'asser
vly install guns and seal off Eilat
Israel's access to Asia and East Africa. Thi- w
re the Arab blockade that existed before
Sin3i war. If Israel fought again to open
---age. the Arabs would expect UN support
The Moslem president of the General Asi
Mongi Slim, of Tunisia, will have a voice in de
lural r esti ns a I thi man irers for t
gap created by Mr Hammarskjold's
rica will obviously seek to cultivate Mr. SI
The State Department, with obvim pi
I te White House, is concentrating on the Ar .
problem to improve American relations
- Irabs, But the Department
>rsuade the Arab- to lift illegal
Ct Americans, as well as Israe
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion last May 30 met
P-e-iJent Kennedy in New York. The Prime Mia-
,- r stress* '. that Soviet heavy munitions continue]
;ng into Arab states and that the tempirary
calm in the region was deceptive. Mr. Ben-G
told the press he reached "a very large measure !.
agreement" with Mr. Kennedy on the Arab rel

But the State Department was quick to ci
the Israeii leader. The State Departnv
President Kennedy raised with Prime Mil
rlirion the subject of the tragic plight
Arab refugees an understanding betweei I
: and the Prime Minister a? to a spec
lid not arise "
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
2 The 'Psychology' of Judaism
THE TEMPTATION. 8y Theodor Reik. 256 p?.
New York: George Braziller, Inc., 215 Parn
Avenue South. S4.50.
"AND THE CORD -a:J t> Abraham, take BOW
thy ?on. thy only one. whom thou lovest,
Isaac, and get thee into the land of Monah; ar.J
offer him there for a burnt-cffering upon one of the
mountains which I tell thee of." Thus it is written
in the book of Genesis: and the story of Abraham
and Isaac, terrifying in its near tragedy, exalted in
the fear of the Lord of the righteous man. and mys-
terious in its strangely bare diction and taut narra-
tive, is one which has puzzled .-cholars and theolo-
gians for centuries. Freud. Wellisch. Frazer, Mann
and others have analyzed it; artists and writers have
tried to recreate it. One of the most beautiful Mid-
rashim I have ever read, appeared in a 1956 num-
ber of "Midstream;" it was by Shlomo Katz, and
it appended to the story the imagined emotions of
Isaac, who had felt chosen and then had been re-
jected, who had been glorified only to be humiliated.
Now the renowned psychoanalyst and student of
Freud. Dr. Theodor Reik. who endured extreme
abuse forty-,ix years ago when, as a young man. he
first lormulated the ideas expressed in this book in
a lecture at the Vienna Psychoanalytic So<
"The Puberty Rites has retui
bravely to his investigatl -.- i book, this volume
forms the last par- >] inquiry into
what he term- .. 0f mankind: the
- are "Mystery Ml ti. \n." the dm-:
"Myth an j,-.^;. of the F
Man, and "The Creation jf W course
is Dr Reik's si3
- much m .t thai m in once
practiced human sacrifice; to refute this.
n. in the Ttii centurj B.C E the pr phets
lag the child-murder ritual pr
influence ,. aereas the r
was unknown to the )_;
thousand years earlier.
To Reik. the clues go back into what be
the "dream time." eons before recorded histor)
sacrifice story echoes, in his insight, the much older
traditions of primitive cultures, to whom initiation
or puberty rites were central: and puberty rites
themselves, psychiatrists tell us. symbolize a partial
resolution Of the Oedipus complex, the primordial,
ineluctable, immutable rivalry between father and
son. In the binding of Isaac. Dr. Reik finds the
interlocking themes of death-and-resurrection cere
monies, circumcision, covenants, and the Bar Mitz-
vah of modern Judaism; and in the Christian story
of Jesus, he finds a recapitulation of the Isaac story,
seen this time in the viewpoint of a son-religion
rather than a patriarchal one.
Unpleasant as it is to see the magnificences
of one's own religion reduced to the status of neo-
lithic puberty rites, one must ask whether such ar.
analysis really peses a threat of any kind. True or
untrue and while it is insupportable by document
or fact, it is psychoanalytic conjecture of the most
plausible, persuasive in.-ight is the story of Isaac
diminished in any way? I think not. Even the
concept of Torah as divine revelation remains un-
threatened. for Genesis itself speaks of a time be
fore "men began to call upon the name of the Lord."
a time before a people Israel, and before a Covenant
with them What the Jews know about their rela
tionship with God is untouched, it seems to me. by
other peoples thought about their relationship's
with their gods, or by the human conflicts from
b those may have sprung. Is this hair-splitting^
for what if a line could be drawn, irrefutably
straight back into the ind ritual? Who is able
what the ways of God might be? To b
- irtvie-. anl
ing. In his creativity and seta
-"- ini chari f som what repetitive prose.
al barbs. Dr. Reik -
accuracy concerning the roots
Judaism 1 must with judgment. I.
. ..
Foreiqn Newsletter
TULLIA 2IVJ
The Status of the Yugoslav Jewish Community
3ei..
AT ~1-A UUca 7 Jula, in an old dun;
** Red building which is the prop^.";.
the Jewish community of Belgrade.
es of the Federation of Jewish
Communities in Yugoslavia are located. I
There. Dr. Albert Vajas. professor at h>
the taw faculty of Belgrade University.
and president of the Federation sine; jL-
1948. welcomed me in his large, comfortable office. From
the walls in his office, the photcgraohs ol Marshall Tito
Theodor Herzl, and Moshe Pijade looked benevolently an'
Nothing could perhaps better summarize the life of the
Jews of Yugoslavia today than the co-existence of the
pictures of these three personalities in the office of the
president of the Federation of Jewish communities.
"There were 75.000 Jews in Yugoslavia before the
war." stated Prof. Vajas. in soft-spoken, faultless English
"Seventy-thousand of them were Yugoslava. and 5,000
were immigrants. Two-thirds were Sephardic Jews, and
one-third were Askenazim. They were grouped iri 112
communities scattered throughout the land. Sixty-thou-
sand of them were lost. Most of them were deported
Many died while fighting side by side with the other
Yugoslav partisans. Few became converts, very few, be-
cause it didn't help. Some Jews went into hiding. There
were magnificent examples of solidarity; mostly, or al-
most exclusively, from the partisans.
"The Federation of Jewish Communities in Yugo-
slavia, founded in 1920. was indeed a flourishing one. But
when the war ended, it was r.-iuced to shambles. Pi
tlcaUy everything had been destroyed or dama^.'
main Belgrade Synagogue had vanished in fire.
synagogue, which is now the capital's only one funct
had been converted by the Nazis, in a gesture
preme insult, into a military brothel."
Fifteen-thousand Jews. 20 percent of the pro war
total, survived Nazi terror and the war; 1.500 off
had succeeded in emigrating, mostly to Palestine r.:S to
the United States, during the war years.
There are 6.500 Jews in Yugoslavia today, registered
as regular community members. Besides, there are ab I
500 Jews who are unregistered but who declare th
selves as Jews.
On a Saturday morning. I went to the synagogue of
Belgrade, at Ulica Kosmajska. It is a large, dignified
and well kept building. But it was closed. A handsome
woman, Elena Brandeis. who acts as the Temples guardi-
an, opened it for me and showed me around. She ex-
plained that the synagogue is open only on Friday nights,
when attendance barely reaches 10 people, and on the big
holidays when it becomes crowded.
She told me the story of the synagogue during the
Nazi occupation and of herself as an inmate at Ausch-
witz and after her return to Yugoslavia. Living in an
attic in utter poverty, she told me, she one day decided
to write to Marshall Tito, asking for help. Shortly after-
wards, an officer came to visit her to check whether
what she had written was true, and she was given a
better apartment, some money and furniture.


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nth Floor
Miami 32,
October 18,
Pro I"' nti sso will be
i agi Insl you.
at Miami.
i -. i mber, 1961
. i LEATHERM \N.
. s ,r the Clri ill Ci I
By M CAVALAR1S,
i ,! uty Clei k
S r
v t,'T P aintlfl
i idl F il. ral I
.. f rlda
1 :' -:. -:'s. !(l '
- CE CF APPL'CATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 5222f
. hi r- : .. Bivei "' I Sa-
il ;, r ---:.-
..i M Sale
..: ii tl 1st di
i J. has filed
H
I I to Issui
li .... Ith law
i i :... I th.- Mlowll
p rty, situated n I i
' to- wil
- A T. BkK k BroHsli '
- n Amended Plat Book *
.-... : Mi.hi. Ci int> i '
State of Plot Ida,
-1 11.. :.I ol I : I
i '.. ~, rtlfli at< Isi iii .i w a
i Unknown L'nli.-. said
i ricate shall tx eemed
i- .. K>, .,>: del <: will Is* le thl :< -
the :v:h day ol < >ct< i r, A i>
IIU
. i nth day ol Septeml er
.\
B LEATHERMAN,
erk "f Circuit Court,
( 1 ade County, t- rlda
I... R. M. LEEPER
Deputy Clei k
/13-2;-29, 10,6-13
NCTICE TO CREDITORS
IN T-E COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
.N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 53S41-6
IN RET: ESTATE OP
i MANUEL. MAX .IAPI a
.,...!
'I- Ul Creditors and All Persons Hav-
i Ims or Demands Against Said
l le:
..ul each i'f you, are hereb)
:, quired to pit nl anj
- and demands which you, ot
of you, may hav< against the
of E MANUEL MAN JAEPE
i- .......iti of 1 "ade County Pi r-
li'i :h. Honorable County Judge*
i and file the same "
.n thi Cl unty Ci .irt-
i .. : .. Ci nty,
.. ..: tin n.....hi
i h tloi ereol Sal I
i i'
i ne I
i :. resenti .....
-
Estati
. 1 !
' ~ -~ Z RCUIT COURT OP THI
- (JUOiCiALCRCuiTOF
f LC* Z ~ IN ANC Fcp. Z >-ZZ
NTY. IN CHANCEI
\r f -: I
1 E '. IN .-. VN
.
I f
i single-wi
i ;

T i -
NOT.CE OP SUIT
'i '..-.- man
street
Innati unio
. hereby notifii lhal thi
: i been In-
ai alnst you In -t
the Judii li t ol Pior-
n and for l id< Count] ti I
' losi a mi i on thi foil) '!>
described real property:
I l H Block 21, FIRST ADDITION
'li myrtle c.Rovr. ao ording to
Plal thereof, recco ed i ri lat
i k '7 at i -i i .i Ri i rdi
of Dads County, Florida.
^ .. are requited to flit your an-
t( plaintiff's complaint with the
1 -the aforesaiii Court, and
i'. ti.--: ,.i i n lalntMf's
atl ney m\P.TIN FINK, '.-ith Ploor
ieral Buildinc, Miami 32.
opt ater than < >ct< b< r it.
r a iv n a Pro C< nfes* will I
...;ali ~t you.
M ami, Florida this 7tfc
pti i er, 1961.
1 ".i:aTHERM AN
v .,-ik the Circuit Co ri
M CAVALARIS,
nty I'lerk
:.--;
for Plaintiff
i;' Fitu r Dadi Federal r..:id!ng
Miami 32, Florida
\ 9/15-22-29,10/6
"And now Rabbi Nubian's
annual Labor Day Sermon."
_________Cfpl HI'., Ceyenu
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE U\DER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
- H :.' \ OIVEN thai
the isiring to eni
...
CINDERELLA BRID \:.s : 6851 N W,
ITtl da Inti nd
ami with thi Clerk
I of thi It i irt of Dade i
-. : n : SC il'NT INC.
S -.
... ...
Mlat : I :

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTiCE UNDER
FICT.TlOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS !!: RE1 V GIVEN that
n i i girl to engagi I
i .,-:i. .- :"
aoTEL., 2) THE
>'TA1NH i TEL at II
'oil! : Miami Reach
.. unds t reglsti
.
: l .i

..
MAi:\ \ ENI
ant
:: ,-.',
5-22.5
NOT CE LNDER
FICT TICUS NAME LAW
Ni .'! : ; HBRBBY GIVEN thai
ndersigm 1
ler the fli titious name of
REX M U SI C A iRETTES at
._ .^ W (th St., M m Inti i i
ti register sa ami with the i erk
rt ol Dad* County,
h I'.riria.
REX H< LLEY
-.:-:9. 10 6
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY.
FLCRIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 9557
ILEEN MO RE,
-\v >N '
: : I
NOTICE Ev r^ BLICATION
>N Ml m .RE, UPS
!. Fleet P.O
NY, ny. ..-. notifii serv ..
ruvi
(lalntifPs
. SICHOI^AS, 1218
n\v : .- Miami, Pla and
., | 'lerk of this Court
1961, i th. tls
: wl b< ci nfi ssi '! I j you.
.Ti': Septembei :. 1961
B I. LEATHERMAN,
i hi i' n nit Court
seal) Bj I H LANWAT,

: I' -.".'-.'!. !' 6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engai
business under the fictitious nan
POST PACKAGE at 90S E. 4th Ave-
nue. Hlaleah intends to register said
name with the rierk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
MOSAM COR!
By: Morrlt L. Copperman, Iks di ol
HAiiitY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Purchaser
' I Ir. '" I?, <
Miami Eeach, Florida
5-22-29,10/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
th, undi ri ei Irina ti ngai
business undei the fictitious nam< ol
BOB'S TRA1LERV1LLE PARK al
1274 N W. '' S\ Miami Florida In-
tents to register *a
Ircull Court ol Dadi

HA1 ERGER
Boli wni
r, 22-:
IN THE C RCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 61C 9758
Y< LAN MEZEY,
1 i miff.
\ i
8T1 VE MEZEY,
l fendant.
YOU, PTEVE MEZEY. APE HERE-
IV NOTIFIED to file your defense
IngTt to this suit with this
Court's Cleik. and serve a copy on
Uffl attorney. RICHARD ALT-
SHL'I.I I: 504 Seybold lliillding, Mi-
ami. Florida, on or before October 16,
1961; e'se the Complaint will be taken
as conf sn <1 by you.
Datei b'epti mber 13, 1961.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clei k of the Cin'iiit Coui t
(seal) By: M. CAVAL-AR18
i ,i utj Clerk
.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT O* HE
EL EVENT!- JUC C AL CiRCUH OF
FLOR'C- IN AND FCC DADE
COUNTS '. : HANCER>
.c CZ ^eK'
-
it
nl H
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NCT CE Cc E
sr. jjcHin
sr c. sci
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TH >N FIVE, according- 1
t then..... n Plat Bool
the
of l.....ntj or) a
Wat< r Hi
er No Q-28-BO-3; Hi Ij I li at :.t_
Unit Model N. 70VF: E I rbai
b in electrli A rai ie 1* -
and 614; Nut n< ESchaust fan n.
gi : Nuti n< Hoi d Ni 1711
and you ar required t< I u
.uiswer With thi- Clerk '.f th. al
entitled Court, at the CourthOU I
Miami, F .i I i e Octohti
17, 1961, and ti serv< a copy o
,-,i]v\\. r ui "ii DAVID P.
Plaln*"^* ;,t.,.->,-- >"
"th Floor t 1W East Flacb-r Efteeel
Miami 32. Florida, on or before said
date, as required by the laws or
Florida. If you fail to dcao, the
co.iip.tt.nt i.. oe uuten ae con.
by v. j ai..... Decree Fio n
u ;i be enti u fcr tn
'. in th^ complalni
1 >ATE1 this Mb day ml i
1961.
E, B
thi '-:
.
-
14th I at 101 E. 1 '
Miam ida
22-21
CATSMAN,
NOTICE UNDER
r CT'TIOUS NAME LAW
NO! CE IS HEREBY ilVEN that
.
. : fictitii ii nami of
v \ INC
! ...
- _.-. said i ii
.. f thi Ircuil
. .. :
. -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N" HEREBY GIVEN thai
......
i thi fictitii i i i ol
' LIQl'i RS at Plan
i t i 'enter, Hlali ah in-
name with
Cln :it Court of i ad<
t.rlda
M< SAM Ci iRP
i j M 1- i V ppei man, I'r. -;>: nt
HA .. ZUKERNICK
Attorney i ii chaser
IS !... Miami Beai h
! 8-15-22-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 61C 10O77
PI.| RENCE >Ri > 'K.\N,
i PAN.
Uefei ant.
SU T FOR DIVORCE
Ti i: .:> ilN E Ci >RC< 'PAN
- 'nknown
You OHNE.O iRCi 'Kan an I i
Bll omplaint
jorci been filed agi
you, i red to servi
u copj nswer oi Plea I t I
, aim "n the plaint-
iff ktti ney, SANKl >RI i M SW'FiRI i
S. Suit* 819 lUIInc, Ml-
e. F.orlda ai flli
iwi oi r'leadlni n thi
... rk of : In
, before thi i
tr, IS rail to i
mi nt by del I I I taken ai
landi I ini

iRl RED at M
thie zist .... ol Si plemb. i,
EATHERMAN
f the Cln It C
(seal) f. it CAVAL-ARIb,

9 29 l6-1 -
NOT CE EY PUBLICATION
IN TeiE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
CCUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 10075
SUSAN I BR .NPY,
. -.tiff,
I N .;.! H BRANDT,
1 :. ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: DONALD H. UlUMul
... luguata Drive, Apartmenl 2,
North Syracuse, New York
Y, .i DONALD H. BRANDY ar. here-
bj iiiiiti.il thai a BUI of Complaint
f,,r Dlvoi c has bi n filed against
you, and you an required to servi
cop) i i your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill if Complaint on the plaint-
Iff's Attorney. SANFORD M. SWEKD-
LIN, Buiti B19 Seybold Building, Mi-
ami. County ni Dade, Florida and fii.
the oiiginal Answer or Pleading In
! || i tit, of tin Clerk of the Circuit
ri i ; oi before thi 30th day !
uctobi '' If you fall !< do so,
judg mi t.t bj di fault will b<
si ... fot Ihi i lief
In hi Bill of Ci i lalnt.
Lx i.N! AND 'RDERED
Fl rii ... th -: day i I
MERMAN
'ircuit Ci ..rt
:
g N] &WERDLIN
B te 81 Sty bi 1
:
0/6-1 -
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
>Jen rsii fhrktikui
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate yo*ur
pa'.rcr.age and guarantee
accurate service at legal v
rates ... \
Ptei II. 3-lft05 f
Jcr messenger service
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 52224
N -.,. Is hereby given thai Na-
h niel W Sii gel hoick r as asi I ni a
.f Clt) "f Miami Tax Sale Certificate
Nun.I. Mil 1190, dated the 1st day "f
.1 i A.D. 1959, bus filed sni.1 Certlf-
.,.. it, my office, and has made ip
oi foi tn\ deed to Issue thereon
rordanc. with law. said Certif-
ies ti embraces the following described
t>. situated in Dade County,
Floi Ida, to-wll:
Lot i.....i< 13 Erlckson's Addition
, ndi .1 Plal Book B Page 68, In
tt. city "t Miami, County "f Dade,
- at< "! F lorlda.
. --, .-.in, nt of said proper)y
Certificate Issued was in
mi of Unknown. Unless Bald
ate shall !> redeemed accord-
a -,v deed will Issue there
th< 18th day of ( Ictober, A.D.
:iii day of 8< ptember,

EATHERMAN,
, k of Circull Coui ,.
. i 'i,utii>. Florida
I j '; \1 LEEPER
i puty i 'let
: I5-22-29: l" S-1S
taki n
dema I
at M
m pti mbei
IN THE CCL NTY JUDGES' COURT
'. iND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLCRIDA IN PROBATE
No. 53245
S'RE Estati
:, \ KRIVITZIN, ais.. know i
- IS \ AK KRIVITZIN,
, -. ii.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. itors and All Pel sons H iv
. ms or Demands Against Said
v r. hereby notified ami r-
resent any claims and de-
which you may hav.- against
thi estate "f IRA KRIVITZIN, ;.ls..
knowi Bf I8AAK KRIVIT'/.IN de-
ceased .- ': Dade County, Florida,
to th< County Judges of Dade County.
and file the same In their offices in
tin County Courthouse in I hide I'uun-
i.y, i .i rida, within six calendar nn.nths
from ih^ date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Z I.BETH KRIVITZIN
.cutri.x of th- F^state of lltA
KRIVITZIN, also known as I.SAAK
KRIVITZIN.
M \ rk mi,vi:kstkin
At:, n. y
4.1 Lincoln Road
Mi., iii. ... ii Florida
|/t-lt*t2-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi urn signed, desiring to engage in
..... nder th.- fictitious names "f
EQUITABLE MORTGAGE A< IN-
VESTMENT CO, (Not Inc.); ESMICO;
BQU11 i LE REALTY; EQUITABLE
l STATE; Kgl'ITAHl. 0
MORTGAGES: Kyl'ITABLK IN-
VES" MINTS; EQUITABLE REAL-
,Y i RTGAGES .v- INVESTMENTS
;:t 220 "1st Street, Miami Beach in-
b hi ii.i m, s with thH
:. i 'ircull Court of I 'ade
rCHEL KRAMER
: 15-22-29 10 1
:
. ThI : T. T COURT OF THi
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C "CuTOF
FLCC :' 'j AND FOR DADE
';.-,-> IN CHAN CERY.
N( 6' C "-
KLYN SAVINGS NK,
i -.-: ;--- '
nt*
CE CP ~
,ESSER s
- ; |

.. n 1
You an notifii
.,. I n in-
i l. nst ..-. In the Circuit
: of the .'.. al Clri uil Ol I
. and fir 1 lade County to fot -
.. mortgage upon the following
describe, re: i rty
In 1 l 41 Oi FIRST ADD1-
TION To MYRTLE GROVE,
: [he p ;.t th< n i f. record--
, in Piat Book r.7 al Page ot
the Public Records of Dadi County,
Florida.
lou are required to fill your an-
rei t< plair.tiff's complaint with the
,. cf the aforesaid Court, and
:v. h copy thereof upon plaintiff's
sttorney martin FINK, l-tth I
. .. -. Building, M
aot later than October 16.
- ree Pro nfi sat will be
t you.
I>f,t< t a this 7th
EATHERMAN



I
for 1

Ida
B/15-22-1
N THE COUNTV .LDGESCOLRT
N ANC : ; =. ZADE COUNTY.
FLCP-DA IN PROEATE
(3797-C
:
NANCY J. SV.
.
I CE TO CREDITORS
- ..
. life

You
an
..., ... .-..-
-..;. ... Bweetii>{ di
j :
BtJ
e thi arr.i s pro-
. .. ..-.'
.n : hi
.-..- : nthe from thi
'' iisi bllcation hi
the sami m
;-..:. .... r.. a th -':'-
.i
ceeutrix
f th< I ti f Nancy J Swe< I i
1', ci.
CLAUDEM BARNES
Attorney for Executrix
alumi i PKig
Bloi Ida
I '
NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
- HEREBY GIVEN that
.... desiring to engage in
i tin- iIctitious nami ot
S I! PI.PS at 8801 S W
South Miami Intend to
. m ith the Clerk "f
.. n of Dade County,

- .N BI iOM
. IADOL
: 9-15-22-21
lOUS
NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni TICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t>- .t.i..i^, in
til lOUS nan.. :
HOST SANDWICH BHOP at num.
er .VI nui In the Cite
dial rida Intends t.....lst<
with Ihi rk ..f the
ort ol Dadi ants F16r-
Ida.

-

id
6-13-S
CI NDER FICTITI
NAME LAW
NOT] S HEREBY GIVEN that
i-d, del ring t" engage in
: ... : thl fictitious iiam- "f
i NN at 2900 \v. 2nd Avenue,
la ti rei Istei said name
. k ol the Circuit Court of
Horl
. i ISAM ci iRP.
- i. Copperman, President
RNICK
:.. ... r
IS Road
i"la.
9/8-15-21-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKPY C.1VEN that
thi d, desUIng to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
.PIC DISTRIBUTORS at
114", N I 184th Slre.-t, North Miami,
to register said name.
era of the Circuit Court of
Florida.
I .'.'ID S. .:. H.DBERG
Boh owner
/ 1 8-15-22-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY CIVEN that
11 )-.'. il, si: |ng to engage In
thl fictitious nam>- of
ASTINC, ACTORS ST I -
.. i :- aj ne Boulevard, Ml-
...: ntend ti repsti r said
\ Plejrk Dt the Circuit
I of Di County, F'b rlda.
RION POl
YPK
I
B S-15-22-19


Page 16-A
+Mnisti Ftcridiari
Friday. September 29, 19
1861
1ASA dt GAMtZ GfftS
Noted Woman
Authority Will
Be Speaker Here
Tana de Gamc-z Gres. internatio-
nally-known journalist, art critic
and Latin American authority, will
be guest of honor at a breakfast
meeting of the Israel Bond Worn
en's Division on Friday morning
at the home ol Mrs. Jack S. I'o-
pick, 5150 X. Bay rd.
Tana Gres, born in Spain of an
ancient noble family, has .-pent
most of her adult life in the United
States, with frequent trips to Latin
America, Europe and the Middle
East. Since 1948. .-he has been at-
tached to Israel's mission to the
United Nations as a free-lance wri-
ter.
Her interest in Israel grew out
oi her association with members of
Israel's delegation, particularly
those who came originally trom
Latin America. During World War
II. she served with t h e United
States Oltice of War Information
and with the Voice of America.
A one-time scholar-hip student at
Max Reinhardt's Institute of The-
atre Arts in Hollywood. Tana Gres
later joined Norman Corwin's staff
at CBS in New York. She has also
been an editor of two international
Spanish-language publications, the
magazines "Norte" and "Ameri-
cana.'1 and ol Hyperion Press, for
which -he published a three-volume
set of art books. In 1957. she found-
ed a gallery of contemporary art in
Washington, DC, the Gres Gal-
lery.
The breakfast meeting at the
home of .Mrs Popick will be the
initial gathering of the host com-
mittee for the Israel Bas-Mitzvah
fanner to be sponsored by the Is-
rael Bond Women's Division at the
Kontainebleau hotel on Saturday.
Oct. 21.
Chairman of the Bas-Mitzvah!
dinner is Mrs. Jack Katzman. who
- chairman ol the Women's Divi-
'it
A 1 ol the Bas-Mitzvah
dinner will be the Italian-Israel
Fashion Festival featuring ere-
'. ly's and Israel's out
turiers Mrs, Jack S.
Fi shioi Festivi hair-
man.
Demonstrators
Shout for Nasser
Continued from Page 1-A
some 2.oo secondary school boys
started a street procession instead
of going to school. Among them
wee several agitators and work
ers who were idle for the day. The
two policemen were injured when
thej triad to break up the march
after an abortive effort to have the
mob disperse voluntarily. Similar
demonstrations, but without casual-
ties were held in a number of
towns and villages.
Rabbi labovitz on Television
Rabhi BugiW Labovitz, spiritual
leader of Temple Net Tamid, will
host "Still Small Voice," weekly
television program sponsored by
the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Assn., Sun; ay over WCKT eh. 7 at
10 a m. Rabbi Labovitz will dis-
cuss the forthcoming Simchas To-
rah holiday.
Polish Claims Deadline Near Over
Board Meeting Schemed
NEW YORK All per-
SOni eligible to Hie claims under
the Poli.-h Claims Agreement were
advised by thi World .Jewish Con-
gress to complete n e requisite
forms as soon as possible. The
terminal -fa ..r filing is Boptem
her 30. 1881, but it Is not necessarj
that claim- full) document) d
Bnd establ ed at the time <>i ril-
ing.
An nw i. Mcuuire, general con-
Bel ol the Foreign Claims Settle-
ment Comn ission ol the United
States, ha- advised the World Jew-
ish Congress that documents -up-
porting claim- may be submitted
even i.fter September 3U. 1961. if I
not available i-t the tune of filmy.
Mr. McGuire noted 'h.-it "it is an-
ticipated that lull development and
documentation oi the claims will
require several years of coopera-
livi effort by the claimants and the
Commission stall
Mr MrGi/'e e-n- islisd that
American citizens wh; believe
hey aro *.-:t>'I to fi 9 claims
for rationalized property should
fill in the necessary forms im-
mediately.
"The only sale thing for any po-
tential claimant to do is to file his
claim for nationalized property
and till in the necessary I"?.....
immediately." The only safe thine
for any potential claimant to do is
.1 the his ciaim even ii n doubt as
t his eligiblity," Mr. McGuire
!'t (!. "!'iil> in th!- manner can
he claimant be prt" ;*ed if inter-
pre ation "t Polish law i and re-
...n :i lead to a decision under
. ,:i. h hi .- < lii Ible,
North Shore Post, Je
Veterans, will hold a bo
ing Oct. 3 at the home
licenl Whiiman. 1215 Me
Plans tor a rummage sale
party will be discussed,
I meet. I
I m |m
iij
card
Community Singers
Claimants must use official forms
h' Claims Settlement Com-
mon i! t ie United States. Wash
i 25. DC. Alter completion
:-eso form- must he returned t<>
the Commission not later than Sep-
ember 30, 1961. Persons who may
need assistance in lilina their attorney.
Miami Beach Comniun
were to open their ninth
the Community Center. 2".
Aashington avc. on Th
i.m. Ben Vomen :v cond
lirec'.or.
singer|
'l-on at
't. and
"lay, |
:tor and
laims. are advised to c
suit
rn
BRUNCH IA6 lunch kit at
pliable virv! !h vacuum betlle.
Ideal tor cat, picnics.
LADY MXTOH WALLET in fc.
tique while saddle cowhide. Con-
vcitiblt. Thin silhouette.
LORD lUXTO* WALLET Black
saddle cowhide. No stitches to
rip er etc out.
K ELECTRIC CLOCK with *
.Uistable alarm Accurate and
quiet, no regulating.
&&>

16-MECE SET Of C4!M Floral
desigr. :cei with 2ny deco', f:ora
Colonial to Modern.
16 PIECE STAINLESS STEEL table
wae set by International jiltr
Co. Stain, rust resistant.
GENERAL ELECTRIC HfcTING PAD
3-spead wa-mth, pushbutton con-
trol, wishebte cover.
PLAID TRAVEL BA6 21* long.
13V high. 6'' deep. Zipper, lock,
key. Tartar plaid.
FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS from anywhere in the United States.
Savings Accounts opened or added to through '.he iCth can from the 1st.
current
annual
rate
*One to a family.
Sorry, no gifts by mail.
Se Habla Espafiol
DOWNTOWN:
100 N. E. 2nd AVENUE
BRANCH-
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surprise party given for Dr. Sherman Kaplaa'i 40th birthday
,nhv also startled his wife, Mary Rose, who knew nothing
f,V Plans made by Dr. Paul .lames Furlong and I Estelle
Gathered at their home. "145 Fine Tree dr., for cocktails and
i, i 'dinner were Dr. Kaplan's mother. s;>ry 79-year-old Anne
, n hi< lister. Pau rs. Nat) Sater. brothers Donald and
R,inh with their wiv3. Mary Rose'- mother and dad, and close
u the Dr Leon Manheimers, the Dr. Do-.n'i Michnofs. and
Robert Ti.rchms Wary Rose pretty as in a green
ilk sheath set off by a i semble of old jew elry Mrs. Fur-
ioi (harming in a b'ac'. an white maternitv outfit
Mere entertainmert on the partv calendar for the Kaplan fanv
i, Kirewell dinner Oct. 6 at the Algiers hotel for Ralph a<-d
[' Kaplan who a-'- f'ymg to California .a the Fv-'"n and will
,,m there fo- eve-al months in the Ori
Leaving around the same time, but travel opposite
:,en the Al Osheroffs, of 2485 Meridian aw., saihniz en the
Atlantic for an extended stay in Israel A belated hon-y-
inp Will vi ion Leo Osheroff, who. wii his wife and
children are residen! j They had spent four months here
inter Wa ing Farev, (11 on this side will I e Mr Os daugh-
loan Harris. I si -band. Dr. Joe Harris, and tiny Judy
m\ months old A;;d the former Hannah Cohens son.
rj and her daughter and son-in-law. Dons and Gerald Berkell.
heir two young ones
. -
B ick after spending the .summer in Cleveland, her hometown
1 seven vears ago. is Barbara Laskirs, daughter of Mr and
Harry La skins She's anxious to see her manv friends
'.', n so is launching the fall season with an open house Saturday
eSg Will greet her guests at 6060 SW 42nd st Bar-
bara graduated from the University of Miami, which she attended
on a Dade county scholarship, with a BA in psychology, last
News about another University of Miami alum, of several
vears back Jerrv Herman's show. "Milk and Honey, with
Ifimi Benzell, Robert Weede and Molly Picon, is getting wonder
nil" notices in its ore-Broadway showing He's remembered
here fcr the show "Sketch Book." for which hi wrote music and
lyrics, presented at Dade Auditorium as t*e fir^ Umwrs'ty of
M.ami Varsity Show Stella (Mrs. Harold) Turk considers him
her .>rotege ... He en/ertamed at her first Brand-is University
Nat onal Women's Committee tea here when she was president.
- Flying Down to Rio-' are George and Martha Schwartz .
After a ten-day stay, they return to their home .n Mangowood .
Mr and Mrs. Schwurlz. who have lived here for 23 years, will be
celebrating their 36th anniversary soon Soer* their honevmoon
in Greater Miami. BO can personally vouch for the many changes
that have taken place ... .
Mthough Earl Pertnoy and Dave Miller are "ivrn! the
en' of the month for a buying trip (men's fash >J) -> California.
the% will manage a short s:op-over at Las Vegas.
-
Claire and Mike Gettinger write friends here that they jare
remaining in Israel another year and wall be back in fte States
the end of next summer after some sight-seein* in Europe.. ..
Mike is with Malben of Joint Distribution CommUtee. was formerly
utive director of Jew sh Federation in Albany, where.he went
following years of service with the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
' From Portugal, a line from Rossie and Joe Gleicher who
ire spending a few days there before flying to Mad^Rome,
and London Returning in October o.i the Queen El.z-
' Attending the AST A. convention in Nice. Cannes, are the Farrs
Aaron and Myra They'll be back in Octobi r too, but side trips
will include Copenhagen. Stockholm. Brussels, I snna, Milan and
'Before they left, Myra'a sister and brother-id Sally and
Aaron Goldman, gave a boa voyage party for them a heir lovely
home-with-pool, 1101 88tli st. The Goldrraas had *nselves
returned from Israel, bringing with them oui"s /.v ah and
Zvi Brim for a visit Party gave everyone a chance to meet
them ... But since they anlj speak Hebrew it was RunaU.that
ibi Mayer Abramowitz was also a guest-he acted as interpreter.
-
Golden Wedding Bells ringing for Mr nd Mrs Karrj Cohen
470 SW 9th ter.. residents here for the past 12 years in->
married Oct. 15, 1911, in Albany. N.Y.. With Rabbi Samuel
1 "SfSSgfiim* Spring.. Md., wUl honor the occasion
an open house on Sunda; Oct. 15 .. j., .. ,-
Greeting the 85 guest* .h the senior <
son-in-law, C id Bernha.dt Chesman with their
Marry Edwin and nerd Francis; Sta Mai one
I n and their child ah Betsey. E and Daniel
vnother couple celeb al it half a centurj sf n2jfh*"
I and Mrs. Her lan are leavin [s Banew ne
an Francisco ...To tarewell and \ id rtan
Malavsky, spiritual lead^ i: the Israi '/ -JU
kin. president, of B : Cholim there, arranged a par.> to
1 ir their Bal Koreh and fcn Wife .. __ ,.
v.van and Emanuel .thbart, of Bay Hat re-
turned from New Ro< e! N.Y.. where the' v ': '" a'nH
in-law, and seven-year-oid grandson .Barbara, Norman and
e Rabin, just in lone to unpack and repack for a, tripto
Puerto Rico to celebrate their anniversary Hope vivan didn t
get too confused about the money down there May prove ditti-
cua in her duties as tr.tasur^r of Bay Division. N-J w.
Present housegueal of Mrs. Milton (Frances) Uon is her
r-in-law Ada (Mrs. Lee) Shanbron. from New **;:
though she's been herd many times, this is not a purely social
visit Ada is interested In tne shoe convention ...
A vacation can be completely successful even if Us fPft not
too far away Mrs. Victoria B. Roe. director of the Bikur Cholim
Convalescent Home of Greater Miami, is relaxing and resting
in West Palm Beach.
*"* *'* *"" n 1
At Juniors Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Roth and daugnter Paula
all dressed up coming from the Hershey Bar MiUvah Tliey
were at a table with Burnie's brother Danny Helen Mrs. H>-
maal Kaplan and her mother. Mrs Rose D..Marks, resting from
the arduous task of getting Mrs. Marks moved to the RenUale hotel
. They weren't too tired to enjoy their lunch ...
Convenient to have your own restaurant to entenaui in ...
Ennis "Pete" Peterson and wife Wanda doing Just that a. their
Steak Place on the Trad Guests were Les and Peg Sim-
monds ... ,, ,_j
"Spying" perhaps at N,ck and Arthur's Polly Davis of
the cafeteria chain Rose-Marie, of New York s Golden
Pheasant restaurant Atlanta's Charley Lea, from the restau-
rant of the some name.
"jrewjislti Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday. September 29. 1961
Section B
Plans for the only Israel Bas Mitzvah dinner to be held any-
where in the world are (left) Mrs. Jack Katzman. chairman of
the Israel Bond Women's Division. Mrs. Jack S. Popick and
Mrs. Carl Weinkle. The initial meeting of the hostess com-
mittee for the Bas Mitzvah dinner will take place Friday, at
10 a.m.. at the home of Mrs. lack S. Popick. 5150 N. Bay rd.
A special guest at the the breakfast meeting will be Miss
Tana de Gamez Gres. Spanish novelist, art expert and
authority on Latin America.
Mrs Samuel F. Dane's (center) becomes the first Bas Mitzvah
Sponsor of the New Year, as she assists Mrs. Ben Essen and
Mrs Mever Baskin in creating plans lo invite Coral Gabies
leadership to enroll as members of the host committee for the
Israel Bas Mitzvah dinner to be held Saturday evening. Oct.
21. at the Fontainebieau hotel. Mrs. Danels is publicity chair-
man for the Israel Bond Women's Division, and Mrs .Baskin is
Coral Gables publicity chairman.
Ready for Open House at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital set for
Oct 5 are two of the Auxiliary members who act as in-service
volunteers. They are Mrs. Ted Lotterman (left) and Mrs. Nor
man Gladsden. holding the invitation to the function. Several
hundred area women are expected to attend.
Council Divisions
Plan Programs,
Member Parties
PRIZE-WINNERS Page 29
M nbership parties and a ra-
view o: C tuncil's program and pro-
a ill t' >ature the firsl meet ng
season of the eight d
ions of the Greater Miami Sed i
N i incil of Jewish Wo u-
dnesday, Oct. 4. Pres-
i-le-- Mr-. Sidney U-w ;.-
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Bay Division will have a mem
bersh.p brunch at the Balmoral
i at 11:30 a.m. Council- pro
jects tftrill be illustrated in a skit
presented by members. Never on
Sunday."
Sunset Division will gather for
its membership party at the Mu-
seum of Science and Natural His
tory on South Miami ave.. adja
cent to Viscaya, at noon.
*
Indian Creek Division will meet
at the Algiers hotel at 12:30. Pro
gram to be presented is "Council?
Ask the Panel." The panel will con-
sist of Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, pasl
president of National Council of
Jewish Women, presently column
ist for The Jewish Floridian; Mrs.
Aaron Kanner. past president of
Council; and Mrs. Harry Gersteiii,
Council Thrift Shop chairman.
Moderator will be Mrs. M. Weiss-
berger. vice president of public
afiau-s of Indian Creek Division.
*
Shores Division will present "The
Many Oars of Shores" at Its lunch-
eon meeting which will be held at
noon at Westview Country Club.
* *
Islands Division will meet at the
home ol Its president. Mrs. Irving
E. Miiler. 2305 Lake ave.. Sunset
Island 3. at 12:30. A dessert tea
will be served, followed by Coun-
cil Capers."
* <
Lincoln Division will have a
membership luncheon at the Sea
Gull hotel at noon. Mrs. Sol Sil-
v.rman. past president of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, will give
the invocation, and Mrs. Jess
Spirer. Section board member, and
Thrift Shop chairman will be guest
speal
Evening Division, a group of stu-
dents, career women, and young
mart ids will meel at
cafeteria, on the Trail at 27th ave.,
at 7:30 p.m.
Biscayne Division will meet a I
.-of Pythias Lodge, v.'.
F.j r and 46th ave at I | .m.
A p r i r a m called
i a ned will be presented.
Miami Women
To See Hospital
Hundreds of Miami area women
Will he given a tour of Dade coun-
ty's newest medical unit. Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital, on Oct. 5. it was
announced this week.
Mrs. Louis Goldman, chairman of
the Open House tour of the $4,500,
000 non-sectarian hospital, which
will be dedicated and opened later
in the month, said the women will
be shown the hospital's facilities
and meet with staff doctors. Form-
er U.S. Sen. Claude Pepper will be
guest speaker.
Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin. prsi-
dent of the Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital Auxiliary, will be honored at
the Open House for her organiza-
tion's work in making the huge
medical center a reality-
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital is
located at 1300 NW 14th st.. in the
Metropolitan Medical Center.


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Friday, September 29, \%\ fiu
Council Wins Top Award in Herald
'Club of Year' Contest for Braille Work
Mi.iiii: H
Mis. Sidney L. Lewis (seated left. preside::! of contest sponsored by the Miami Herald. Cen-
tle Greater Miami Section, National Council ter (seated: is Mrs. Henry Bryant. Right
o Jewish Women, joins leaden Dl other worn- Mrs. George McMann. Back row (loft to right
en s organizations herein joyful showing ol are Mrs. John R. Burris, Mrs. William O.
their awards in the 1961 Club of the Year Mehrtens, and Mrs. Louis Ban-del.
'Stork Club' Meeting Slated
An invitation to join the "Stork
Club" program has been issued to
mothers and fathers-to-be by Bit.
Sinai Hospital with the fir.-: rr:e.".
in- scheduled for Wednesday, 7:30
p.m.. in the third floor day room.
their husbands without charge, the
sessions will include a tour of the
Lecture discussions on matenu-maternity facilities of the tospital,
Ud i. care wili b? held fora review of prenatal care, prepara-
The Creator Miami Section. Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
week took too prize fcr parent
inizations. Category C, in the
ni Herald's Club of the Year
contest ii, _.
The Jewish women's organiza-
tion was singled >ul C ir il bi
for Brail!
: Bra i brary I
of all ages.
During the pasl
v, unteers I ta 11
books Of these 2 :
text.-. 33 were itional
aids, and 92 were requests from
other communities.
As president of th t >p aw
winning Greater M am S -
Mrs Sidney Lewis accept) I a sil
ver punch bowl from John McM il
Ian. i ssistao ng editor.
Before the
B 'a le progi S, Braill
she ts wei north tor
bind r used :d I r
Congi ga
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used
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m( .- *as ':- Sta lie '. M rs
ates Ige, vice Dres
t of the Greater i
srati in i il vu
N al Counc
ivish an I j pa ;i
>h r'amily .
Iren Sen i< e
Mrs Myers Is also cha.rman of
the community planning commit-
tee of federation. antf"f\ ,,.,
.man of District 9 ;f ;..i8 rje.
Dartmenj of Public Welfa
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tire with your fleish.gs 4d
miichigs and bccwer* meal
refreshment..,
six Wednesday evenings culminat-.I0n for hospitaii and the bathing
Ing with a "Diaper Pinning" cere-_
mony on Wednesday, Nov. 8.
Cardiologists to Speak
Dr. Marvin Meitas will be mod-
erator Sunday. 8:30 a.m.. on WCKR
when the Heart Assn. of Greater
Miami presents the second in a
series of programs on heart diseas-,
es\ Dr. Rose E London and Dr.
Sevmour London, leading cardliolo-,
t:i--- in the area, will be guests.
Subject will be "How the Elderly
Patient Can Live Longer and Bet-
ter ""
and feeding ot baby conducted by
the department of nursing and nurs-
to expectant mothers and ing education.
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Friday. September 29, 1961
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True Sisters Air Latest Project
United Order oi Trm Sisters Mi
ami 43, will honor ;>!l membei -
and prospective members al a
Chinese luncheon and card parly
Monday noon at the Hibiscus Audi
torium. 985 Alton rd.
cer patients i;. the community, win
!.( r plant Ol the latest project
establishment of a new isotope lab-
oratory at the Cedars of Lebanon
j Hospital.
!n chaw of reservations is Mrs.
The group, which services can-1Fred Fuller
Planning the Golden Jubilee of Hadassah dur-
ing the month of October and a special mem-
. .::ive in South Florida are (left to right)
.es Oscar Sindell, overall chairman;
Maurice Cahn, Miami Beach chapter chair-
man; Murray Taylor, chairman for Hollywood-
Ft. Lauderdale; and Norman Chasin, Miami
chapter chairman.
Hadassah Golden Jubilee to be Marked
With Exciting Events Beginning Oct. 8
n. i ssah's Golden Jubilee will
be marked throughout South Flor-
,, series of exciting events
ben
Included arc a motorcade Oct. 8
from the Algiers hotel to Holly-
ood, with the cars all decorated
in gold and red: spot announce-
ments en radio stations: addresses
')> Mrs D. Leonard Cohen, na-
i trice president of lia -II, shows featuring Hadas-
sah'j story; and Hadassah bumper
i all over the South Florida
area
The comprehensive health and
soi : welfare program of the
i Zionist organization be-
ll with the work of Hadassah
founder Henrietta Szold in 1912.
From a land plagued by trach-
oma, malaria, and other diseases
less than 50 years ago. Hadassah
has brought to Israel a network of j
hospitals, clinics, medical and'
nursing schools, research labora-
tories, and medical services of the
highest calibre.
. Mrs. Sindell explained this week
that South Florida will seek to en-
roll some 6.0O0 new members dur-
ing the month-long October ob-
servance. Planned are a number
[of rallies here, featuring Mrs. D.
Leonard Cohen. Hollywood and Ft
Lauderdale chapters will have a
cocktail parly on Oct. 9.
On Oct. 10. al 10 a.m.. Mrs.
Louis Goldman will be hostess at
her home. 6501 Granada blvd..
Coral Gables, and in the evening
a rally will be held at the home
of Mrs. Norman Lyon, 1420 NE
171-1 St., at 8 p.m.
On Oct. 11. at 10 a.m.. a caval-
cade will gather at the Algiers ho-
tel to form the Motorcade of Ha
dassahs Golden Jubilee.
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Among the women's organize-
lion's most crowning achievements
is Hadassah Medical Organization }
and the newly opened Hadassah;
Hebrew University Medical Cen-'.
tor.
Hadassah is also involved in \
Youth Aliyah. the child rescue and j
rehabilitation movement begun in I
1034 by Henrietta Szold. Since the ;
holocaust of World War II. Youth
Aliyah has rescued some 100,000 !
children from 72 countries.
Dade and Broward counties have f OT yOUT rUSHa TeCipC
joined to mark 50 years of Hadas-
sah achievement under the guid-
ance of Mrs. Oscar Sindell. former
president of the Greater Miami
chapter of the organization.
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Parliamentarians
Hold Course Here
General Extension Division of
the University of Florida and the
Florida Congress of Parents and
Teachers will sponsor a short
course in parliamentary procedure
Tuesday and Wednesday at the
DiLido hotel.
Registration and coffee will be-
at 9 a.m.. and class will begin
promptly al 10 a.m.
The course will be taught by
Mrs. Walter H. Vinzant. a register
ed. professional parliamentarian,
of Indianapolis.
Mrs. Vinzant is a past president
of the National Assn. of Parlia-
mentarians, having served two
terms as parliamentarian of that
organization, as well as other na-
tional groups. She is at present
parliamentarian for the National i
Congress of Parents and Teachers, j
Mrs. William Cooke. chairman |
of procedure and by-laws of the j
Florida Congress of PTAs, is in
charge of reservations.
And delight your family with
the dish you make' All you do
is submit your favorite recipe
for using Wolffs Kasha.. For
stuffing chicken, deima ..
making knishes. vamishkas.
soups...side dishes with
onions, chopped mushrooms,
peppers or any other tasty use
for this all-time favorite.
YOUGET$25
Send your recipe, old fash-
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Kasha box top to: Phyllis
Wolff. Penn Yan, N. Y. We will
pay $25 00 for every recipe
published; but every entrant
receives a FREE Kasha Cook-
book and all recipes become
Wolff's property. Mrs. Carol
Goldfarb. 252 ?5 60th Auenuc.
Little Neck. N Y won J25 00
for her "Quick Kasha Var-
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He Joins Drama Faculty
Burton Parker has joined the
faculty of the Miami Conservatory
as head of the drama department.
He will teach acting techniques,
and plans to have a theatre work-
shop. Parker has taught drama
at the Coconut Grove Playhouse
Workshop and appeared at the
Playhouse in "Pal Joey," "Bells
are Ringing," Gazebo," "World of
Suzie Wong." "Auntie Mame."
"Say Darling" and "Hole in the
Head."
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Friday. September 29,
1961
in
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Bee '': Dav.c v
She | in of i gn
bjcbi -_ '
Separate om
HMtmmHi proa
ui] Hen Bet -- ben Nh the
k:rv. :" :'-.\e thai -- M ." : r Jew*
---- E
-. he araa rerj
- awan il ber professor of .-.terra -
m] relatioa* aeiB: r. .-.
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era of Chaaa. Scar, u Hitler terror Be*
s- deteraaiBed to irgaaue ber thi-king for
<-iC>
Il r B-rr r.ca ce-
"--- r::-ted lewufe :.-:pbeuc ideal-
Five yean ago the Hokai :V~:.;. -
'-- ~ .:." ra.-.ge. NJ I'tere Dav.d
maciated himself -:.-. ha Canacr law part-
- Dc\ji Feat .-.?Ti:e; :..--.-.r.
Bee *as active Ajnerieaa Jewish C Kortl
the treated -- re aen tea SI sort a:
u Baai Libn tad League of women Voters, a.~
-- branaa a- Temp It Israel
Faaryean stats Israel M --- ..-
asjoer B the I : then ..- Bee
'-"- -- cXher One ieea Israel glorious Bad
raw
For exercise Bee a naj patf fa David Sha -
aa u lee: .- ; --er.
*rti the theater
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pressioB te and do m u
the daager to pea can
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STORY EOOK ROMANCE
a Paris aad told hia
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hag ti (ana .;;_-_
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Rooald e
"- naJ pen .-:.--, He aaet
'.- -' ""'- E2 U BOW I
BOOB trip through E '.
BB Women Will
Launch Drive
B ra; B" e n Ha v
:< the theme of the
arerr re bfiag !aunebd
-El)
B nth Women dunng the or-
- ar.
To -.crate Ike occasion.
.'. demote a window a:
ad another a:
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Mayor Baked Blag Hag and
pneadeal
of B'aai Brwl District 5 *iU be
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ny.cz ':_: Brctherhooc: end Mrs. Qiao* Hcnris, Parent Teach-
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-r Fred Ahraa aad lua Prai and the boys:
Mrs H Paul, v ho came from Fore>t HiDs, X V wen enc
nth a., the other .
The four gra BBnar a.-w Marc Abraata and Charles and
M,: ** itn^teur hour that leal jwst -.be right touch to
a jos. > e-.-.:-.
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A REGULAR IRISH WAKE
Mower Bf^--:e We- .-r- a ire of congratulation* collect, to her
*m LtT- m Ne* Yortc *> "hn he acquired his latent poatas-
oc. Vhea a>ked ubjr -he did. she replied If he can afford to buy DBS
Empire state Building, he can afford to pav for the ire M
Larrj-iBd his wife came to "hank her for her *ixe and to help her
orate her 87th birthday as did Mr a.-.d Mr, Bernard Hn-mo\her
w.en s di'j;rrerfrom Enelewood. \ J
There was quite a beetk celebration The night before the binhday
the Leonard jaiea. rook the family to Nick and Arthurs for dinner. The
I"k JliiS- M" SdDe> Wien wh0 came fro Atlanta, had
the birthday dinner in the Mona Lisa room of the Eden Roc Everv-
thmg u_as pmk and white, wrth a big puik and white ice cream binbda'y
*,L S6 J af'er Mr aDd Mri Mortlm" Wiec had 26 for luncheon
J "eD fjC at **,ch :'me th* araat-gnndehildreo were nclud^
Oat t*red? The brnhday girl, herself.
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Doen. vice president -: Far.nie Le-
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Stezel. corresponding pawialiJj,
Sarah Bobier. traasuTBl; and Max
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1 THE gala fall social season got
underway Saturday at the
Greatei Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's -'3rd annual meeting at the
Fcntainebleau hotel. The social
reception wu held in the Jaile
room with dinner following in
il, i- ri nch room.
Mrs. Sam J. Heiman selected
vihilt lor the evening. Her dress
v,n* dl an imported fabric, and
IN silk organza was interlaced
with lace and with open cutwork
embroidery She wore a white,
iridescent sequlned sweater.
Mrs A 1. Harris chose a print
K i tl i vening, icaiuring warped
silk taffet The intensity of col-
ors in Ihe ,>rint seemed to indicate
tf.ai il came from Europe. Tbe
green Foilage color was used for
her matching stole, and the print
s< rved .is :he lining.
Black was a popular color for
Ihe evening. On the dais, Mrs.
Milton Sirkin's bodice was of silk
crepe, and her full skirt was of
a light shade of beige point
d'espiril with the black. .Mrs.
Samuel Friedland chose a black
bilk, and Mrs. Cal Kovens a black
chantilly lace sheath. Mrs. Irving
McNayr selected a floor-length
black formal. Black lace was also
worn by both Mrs. Josepn Liplon
Mrs Irving Cypen.
MRS. ItOfttNCE COMANOR
Asthma Unit
Plans Luncheon
Greater Miami chapter. Jewish
Asthmatic ( enter, will have a des-
wrt luncheon and card party on
Monday, n a.m., at the home of
Mrs. Sam l.uby, 630 SW 29th rd.
Mrs David Cohen, president, who
iust returned from the annual
convention at the Research Instil-
and Hospital at Denver. Colo.,
present plans for the group's
implementation of the theme of the
ionvention, "Asthma on the Run
loi ;i
The hospital, maintained by vol-
iiiitarj contributions, is free and
accepts asthmatic patients from 6
1(1 15 on a non-sectarian basis, for
period of two years. At present,
ten children from the Miami area
are being cared for at tbe hospital.
I
Mrs. Carl Weinkle attended the
Federation meeting in a royal
blue alencon lace jacketed dinner
dress. Mrs. Alfred Reich also
chose black for the allair. Her
gown had a lace bodice with long
sleeves and soft chiffon skirt.
Ensembles Saturday emnhasized
the growing popularity of the se-
qumed evening sweater. There
were several white-and-black. and
here and there other colors, of
these hand made and hand se-
quined sweaters.

ljIRS. Emanuel Smith selected
,T1 an imported cotton print of
a red rO Her bodice was fitted with
scooped neckline, and her skirt
was the popular bell silhouette.
Mrs. Harold Kramer wore a mid-
night blue jacket dress, and at
the same table Mrs. Nate Perl-
mutter chose a figure moulding
black sequlned sheath.
Black silk organza and chiffon
was the combination chosen by
Mrs. Melvin Green. Her sleeve-
less bodice featured the silk or-
ganza over a very delicate shade
of pink, and her full chiffon skirt
was of the air-tucked permanent
pleating with the hemline fin-
ished with a narrow band of lace.
A classic red silk shantung sheath
Mrs. Comanor
Heads UF Agency
Mrs. Florence Comanor has been
appointed executive director ol
Friendly Visitors, a United Fund
member agency.
Friendly Visitors recruits and
trains volunteers to visit senior ci-
tizens and oiler aid and friendship
Mrs. Comanor is a graduate of
the University of Pennsylvania and
received her Master's degree in
social welfare administration from
the University ol Pittsburgh.
She is vice president of service
of the National Council of Jewish
Women, vice chairman of well ire
for the Dadc Federation of Worn-
en's Clubs, corresponding secretary
ol the National Assn. of Social
Workers, and past president of the
Ceramic League of Miami,
Mrs. Comanor. who lives at 5330
N. Kendall dr., was formerly as-
sociated with the Children's Ser-
vice Bureau, another United Fund
agency.
Balkin Chapter
'Starlight Ball1
Gilbert J. Balkin chapter of B'nai
B'rifh will hold a "Starlight Bali"
on Saturday evening.
The annual dance, which is being
chaired by Mrs. Jerry Schneider,
will be held in the Sunset Park
Playdium. 9600 SW 72nd St.
Program will include Bob Parent
and his band, laughs and master of
ceremonies duties performed by
Henry' Clar. ami the dance team of
Miriam and Joe Kodel. Festivities
get under way at 8:30 p.m.
was worn by Mrs. Marvin Hams.
Mrs. Milton Friedman's black
ensemble had lace over white,
featuring a decollete V neckline,
both front and hack. Iced tan
peau de soi'e was Mrs. A. Budd
Cutler's dress, craped across the
shoulders and at the hips. Mrs
Marvin Zank looked exciting in
a brilliant shade of carmen red
silk crepe.
Mrs. George Graham, who with
Judge Friedman oftered a hu-
morous musical program to intro-
duce the new officers, was strik-
ing in a black sheath. The back
of the bodice had an interesting
capelettc effect, which hung free-
ly into a full flare. Mrs. Harold
Thurman selected blue and white
for her color combination. Her
silk organza short formal was
white with the blue print. Banded
across the top of her strapless
gown was white chiffon, and at
the back were two chiffon pan-
niers one of white and one of
blue. She draped these as a stole
during part of the evening when
the air conditioning became
rather brisk.
Planning for a membership tea by the Women's Committee
of Jewish Family and Children's Service on Friday, 1 p.m.,
at the home of Mrs. David Fleeman. 321 W. Di Lido dr. Di Lido
Island, are Mrs. Burqhard Steiner, recording secretary. Mrs.
William Brenner, financicl secretary, and Mrs. Allen Herron,
corresponding secretary.
New officers of the Women's Committee of mour Silverman, Mrs. Leonard Treister and
Jewish Family and Children's Service are Mrs. Alan Lipton, and Mrs. Bernard Stevens,
shown at a recent membership tea at the home president, being installed by Mrs. Leo Acker-
of Mrs. David Fleeman, 321 W. Di Lido dr. man. former president of the agency.
Seen are the three vice presidents, Mrs. Sey-
Mrs. Goldberg Will be Speaker
By Special Report
BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER
CONVALESCENT HOME
NON PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN
SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY
Undar Strict Supervision of the Orthodox Va.id Hakashruth of Florid*
Rabbi Dr. laaac H. Ever, Director
34-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL
ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS
moBttu mmmm a ruamamm rmnoof untune
310 Collins Avft. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Beach
NEW YORK Mrs. Arthur .1.
Goldberg, wife of the United states
Secretary of Labor, herself a long-
time member of Pioneer Women,
will be an honored speaker at the
17th biennial convention ol Pio
neer Women, lh' Women's Labor
Zionist Organization Of America,
in October. Mrs. Clara Left", pres-
ident of the organization, announ-
ced here.
Mrs. Goldberg's presence beiorc
Ihe 600 Pioneer Women convent ion
delegates meeting in Pittsburgh
from Oct. 8 to 11 will dramatize
the 36-year old. 40.000 member or-
ganization's concern with Ameri-
can domestic and foreign affairs
and its efforts to promote active
and intelligent citizen participation
in civic and community activities
Other convention workshops set
sions. and speakers will help lay
Ihe groundwork lor the expansion
oi the group's Jewish educational
and cultural programs in the IS
and Canada and its rehabihtalion
work with women, youth, and chil-
dren in the State of Israel.
Through its sister organization
in Israel, the Working Women's
Council (Moct/.et Hapoalot'. Pio-
neer Women provides almost half
ol all social services rendered to
citizens of the young nation and
helps prepare immigrants from
over 7(1 lands and cultures
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family will live in Augusta, Ga.,
where- Dick is in the legal depart
ment of the Armed Forces. It
won't be too far away for grand-
parents. Sandy and .lack Fine, to
visit their new granddaughter quite
often.
Santa
It's a first son. David, lor Don
aid and Carolyn Barmack. He
joins sisters Debby. Cathy and
Caryl. Grandparents are the Al-
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Guthmann.
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Fridoy, September 29. i961
J^ar ^/Viitzvalt
As a gift to subscribers. The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
nHMaa ri.*--.^~-vj
She/don fver Idward Coullon
Ira Victor
Fred Silverman
Michael Miller
Philip Scheinberg
Bar Mitzvah of Philip Asco
Scheinberg will take place Satur-
day morning Sept. 30. at Temple
Israel, with Dr. Joseph R. Narot
officiating.
Ph lip ia the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Peritz Scheinberg, of Miami. He
la th( -ram: nephew of the late
world renov ned Yiddish novelist
Sh i m Asch.
Philip attends eighth grade at
the Ransom School for Boys in
Coconut Grove, and his main in-
ter,--:- include music, golf, and the
study ol minerals and stones.
Reception and luncheon in his
honor will follow the ceremony at
! Wolf son Auditorium at the Tem-
ple.
Out-of-totVn guests will include
his uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs.
Steve Selby, of Tampa.
Philip is the grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. John Selby and Mr and Mrs.
Mendel Schi'inherg, all of Miami.
*
Sheldon Ever
Sheldon .Norman, son of Rabbi
and Mrs Isaac Hush Ever, will be-
come Bar .Mitzvah on Saturday.
Sept. 30, during 8:30 a.m. services
at Agudath Israel Hebrew Insti-
tute His father, spiritual leader
hi the congregation, will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah attended the
Hebrew Academy and is presently
Young Adults
Hear Editor
Young Adult Friends of Israel
was to hear I.eo Mindlin. editor of
The Jewish Kloridian. speak on
"Arab Refugees," at a meeting
Thursday in Surfside Town Hall.
9293 Harding ave. Dancing and
refreshments were to follow the
program.
Yafis also meet every Tuesday,
9 p.m.. at the Beach Bowling Cen-
ter on the 79th st. causeway.
On Friday. Oct. 6. at 9 p.m..
Yafis will present a musicale in
the community room of the Miami
Beach Federal bldg.
President of the organization for
adults between the age of 21 and
35 is Don Kaplan. Rochelle
Schrold is secretary.
Mis. Arnold Perlstein has
been named women's direc-
tor of the Cedars ol Lebanon
Hospital development fund.
Women's Unit Will
Meet Monday
Shore Unit, Women's Corps,
Papamcolaou Cancer Research In-
stitute will meet on Monday at
the Seville hotel.
Plans will be discussed for the
annual luncheon to be held Oct.
31 at the Fonlainebleau hotel.
Luncheon chairman is Mrs. Ruth
Firiel In charge of reservations
is Mrs. Ruth Gerwitz.
Flamingo Chapter
Mock Wedding
Flamingo chapter. National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital, will have
a mock wedding and reception Sat-
urday night at Melvin Cohen Hall.
4250 w. Flagler st.
A catered buffet supper will be
served, and an orchestra will fur-
nish the music for dancing.
In charge of reservations is Mrs
Pearl Burns, membership chair
man.
ORT Meeting Will
Feature Speaker
Coral Gables chapter of Women's
American ORT will meet Wednes-
day evening at the home of Mrs.
Sidney hanger. 4209 Granada blvd..
Coral Gables.
Program will include a resume
of her trip to Israel by Mrs. Isi-
dore Auerbach.
Al-o on the program is a movie.
"Mission to Schiraz." highlighting
maintenance and overseas training,
cne of the projects of ORT.
Sunshine Chapter
Has County Fair
Sunshine chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, held a Country Fair on
Wednesday, at Temple Adath Yesh-
uran.
Items offered included fabrics,
ladies' and children's wearing ap-
parel, and accessories. Refresh-
ments were served.
Mrs. Dorothy Burg was in charge
ot arrangements.
enrolled in a Talmudical Academy
in the north.
A reception in his honor will fol-
low the services in the Sukkah of
the congregation.
* *
Edward Coulton
Edward, son ol Mr. and Mrs Isa-
dora Coullon. 1424 SW 17th ter .
I was Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
Sept. 23, during morning services
at Beth David Congregation, with
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro Offici-
ating.
The Bar Mitzvah is ;,n eighth
grade student at Shenandoah Jun-
ior High, and attends Beth David
Hebrew school.
A reception and dinner in Ins
honor was held Saturday evening
at Riviera restaurant in Coral
Gables.

Michael Miller
The Bar Mitzvah of Michael, son
ol Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Miller,
will be celebrated Saturday morn-
ing. Sept. 30. at Temple Emanu-
El. Dr. Irving Lehrman will offici-
ate.
Michael is a student at Nautilus I
Junior High. He plays saxophone
in the concert band and is a mem-
ber of the safety patrol. He is a !
model plane enthusiast, and en-
gages in water skiing and horse-
back riding.
An informal reception in his hon-
or will be held at his home on Fri-
day evening. Kiddush will follow
the ceremony on Saturday, and a
dinner at the Americana hotel will
b< held in the evening.
*
Ira Victpr
Belh Torah Congregation will be
the site of the Bar Mitzvah ol Ira
Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Victor, on Saturday morning, Sept.
30. with Rabbi Max Lipschitz offici-
ating
Ira is an eighth grade student at
North Miami Beach Junior High,
where his interests are in science
and electronics.
A bullet reception in his honor
will be held at his home. 230 NE
175th ter., Saturdaj evening.
* *
Michael Serkin
Temple Judea will be the site
of the Bar Mitzvah of Michael, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Serkm. on
Saturday. 10:30 a.m., with Rabbi
Mordecai Podet officiating
Michael is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Ponce de Leon Junior High
His sister, Sandra Joan Serkin, will
bless the candles in his honor dur-
ing services Friday evening.
Following the ceremony Satur-
day, the Bar Mitzvahs parents
will host the Kiddush in his honor.
? *
Fred Silverman
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Fred, son of Mrs Sara Silverman,
ARISTOCRATIC
rToRfvvi^
If you like
KREPLACH
Shipwreck Party' Slated___
Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
soring a "Shipwreck Party" Sat-
urday night at Beth David. Al
Schor and his orchestra will play
for dancing, and a midnight sup-
per will be served. Mrs. Joseph
N'urenburg is chairman of the
event.
HOLLAND HONEY CAKE
IS AN OUTSTANDING, DELICIOUS
HEALTH FOOD
MADE WITH HONEY, MILK AND RYE FLOUR
ALSO SALT FREE
NO FAT
NO SUGAR
NO SYRUP USED
ASK FOR
HOLLAND HONEY CAKE
AT YOUR MARKET
Ravioli
IN SAUC*
GEFILTE
FISH
HAS ITS TASTY PLACE
ON YOUR
\ "WANT-TO-PLEASE"
MENUS
It's Ilorowitz-Margareten, of
course, who brings you this
aristocratic delicacy. Gclilte
tish made with choice
PIKE and WHITE FISH
exclusively from cool North-
ern lakes...blended tradition-
^ ally with the other wholesome
ingredients of home-made
gefilte fish. So fluffy ... so
luscious...with homey thick,
shimmering jelled sauce. i
2320 SW 15th Si on Saturday morn,
ing. Sept. 30, at Beth David.
Fred is an eighth grade honor
student at Shenandoah Junior High
and attends Beth David religious
school.
Deep
rich
mellow
tasty...
taatiss'-
no other cheese
in the world
hits the spot like
GENUINE
IMPORTED
SWITZERLAND
SWISS
CHEESE
You'll love
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
CHEESE RAVIOLI
Hear family, guests, cheer for
that real Italian flavor created by
famed Chef BoyArDee. Tender
little macaroni pies...filled with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
with savory tomato sauce and
cheese...seasoned the real Ital-
ian way. So much tastier and
easier than the frozen kind. So
much thriftier, toocosts only
bout 15c per serving!
Four healthy portions in
each full 16-oui.ee jar...
de luxe ... truly deliciousl
You'll also enjoy regular
Horowitz-Margareten
Gefilte Fish...
In jumbo or snack-size
portions... with clear or
jelled sauce... tops in taste!
P
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Made by the bakers of
MATZOH WITH TIE TASTE1
and other Kosher foods
ii 'i* iM
sir]
ill
i*hj.
Buy it sliced or in a big
tasty chunk today for
sandwiches, omelets,
salads, canapes... for
breakfast, lunch, sup-
per and icebox raiding.
It's the one cheese
everybody loves for
true ta'am of Switzer-
land!
Ta'am
of
Switzerland!
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Friday, September 29, 1961
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At Beach High
Back to School"
4nm,al -Back to School Night"
at Miami Beach Senior H Jti School
WiH be held on Tuesday evening.
, will follow their chil-
, schedule, the cua m being
, port to honu'roMi first, and
,,, poceed to the various class
, r-ftieir children otrtupj
v. ill have an opp rtunity
, and greet parent3 and to
iem, ::: capsule form.
, h program > id b >me of
I Jastic airi ind ib ectives
f
The evening's theme, "Interest
f i .111 shares of Preferred
Report from Israel
LEGAL NOTICE
Hebrew Teachers Assn. of Great-
i i Miami will meet Tuesday eve-
ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs,
Ben Kaminetzky. 544 Micl
ave. Highlight of the program
will be a special r-'port from Is-
' rael by the prcs.detU of the uroup.
Mrs. Joshua Stadlan, who with her
husband, has j'-~t returned from a
visit there.
Dade Federal
Exec Appointed
Erwin Alle
is named for the 1.90') stu-
o(
S
I
i program will be the first
dividend" "I the major theme of
tin year "P M Stock Issue."
(, 'mil to welcome parents will
be Irvin W. Ka:z princip tl, and
Mrs Bi Samuels, PTA president.
Oi
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F=,BBI JONAS CREENWALD
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vice president and
i t r o 11 e r of
Dade Federal
Savings and Loan
\--:.. of Miami.
!has been appoint-
ed chairman of
Lhe Federal Tax
Committee of the
[Society of Sav-
ings and Loan
[Controllers, with
h ., [quarters i n
:ag >
Allen is marned, the father
two young ch Idrfen and lives
North M.i"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C IC210
KATHLEEN MILLKIt X.
I'lnln
v*
>u\i: i i.i: vsdersi >n.
i > M,i.,ii
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl I "MAR I.EK AN
I'.' >. I'.,.\ No. 126
I ". I I I H I I I 1 _
Ml. \ |
N iu .,, :, i ii I that a Rill
>l Complain) for Dlvoi been
iIhivi eni
. | |n wrrvi
, "| >> .....h
. 'ompl ill i
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iml tl glnul
in th i r i imi
da)
if Hot ... --, i .
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vl i" tills, 2..tll
!a> .: S-|>t(
i. H I.KAT IBRMAN
. ,
i m.i. Count) ii'c,
(seal) Hi HELEN KBSSLER,

LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 53870 A
i\ itn i:-t;ii<- ..f
SAMUEL FKEYMAN
a l. a s\.M FRBYM.VN
!'-.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Fredlloi and All ; i-son* Ha'
i r i _: I I i | II \ i
i:-i.ii, .
Vi.il a I,, re-
,|ni I I,, i.i. sent in) I., ii
in in Ih n hli i >oi) nui) ha i
th< late ,. SA Ml i:i. I REYM \N
;, l< :, SAM FRKY.M W I- ------1 I ,'
tif i i,i<. i iiuni.v i': iriilu hi n
t) Judges ni i ladi i mm
.-.I..... in dm,I rail
. iii s,, lion T'i:i.l6. I
ii. i, I; i.
i : i
-is calendar ii i '
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hut, ,l ,i Miami l ii
da if H A.!> l.oil
I'WNIi: II ii 'ST
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Miami
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Of
in
Off to Ragionel Convention
Terence Gilder and Robert Swick,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 6'C 7685
Ml VMI BEACH 'EDI A L SAVINGS
i \ \ \ -s, VTloN
\>.
II Hi IRUK VV W ,-i
IA V. CAMHH Is wtl

NOTICE OF SL'T
......:> iRi W ('AMI1
: \ i- ii v V. I'AMl1 '
1 ,, I -i N.i
\ rl .
Ulan!
You I that I
i ,\ i

mis ......,- A'thjof Chase Federal Savings and Loan, -tii
. Assn.. are B...... :^!e Re-
gional conference of the savings j
and loan industry at Aflhevllle, N.C. ',;.,. ;, 'E"loc | !NA vista
V.CTOR P KEVEY
; .-Ai | lth I Hi' IS
ii lii-re 19 j earn i ; I roni
ii., iiiid .. ,
I K. ,1 croi i ,d 'a -
,- his ,1 tj-;M- .-r, VI-- M
.i l,r,,I he a >i i nil
' il.lr-r. HerviCBR I
is,irdon (''.in-,;ii 11,111,.-.
,
SAMUEL H KRELL
i Euclid ave., tfiami Reach.
20 Hi- .lariii- here from
N I I 'ity and iv.i-, .1
ol ..' ^;ii ion Iteih lircob ,.-i I .,
1 mlier o( tin- Pi io Me
1 Knurhtg ,,f Pythian Surviving
Ire, Anna; a daughter and
t*'l ill-*. S.-i vi,'.,-. ft,.r 3 "1 %m In
i- dili Memorial Chapel, Washlng-
1 \.
LEGAL NOTICE
l\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C-8333
Yiil..\NI>A I. Rl XAS ......rt> known
is v.\ B. ROX >s. and ilso
sometimes known aa vim.anlia
rii'Cox'K, LndivlSi ill) u>d a Leg '
liuardlan of HOPB '. R 'X v.-.
1 Minor,
Plaintiff,
\s
; \ i:i,; :x.- ,' irdini '-'i-'1
.. rdi 11 Plal Ro
1- ol
1 lade 'ount) V or il 1
Yo 1 :,-.- required to file our an
wer to plaintiff*.....it with thi
I 'Jerk ol the iforesuld I'ourl md
. cop] thereu 01 pl-nntifl
attorney, MARTIN I1X1:. 14th I-I--
II ide Federal Bui Miam 32,
!-;..r. la, 1 oi late than 1 n, IMI.
,ir a Decroe Pnu 1"... 1 .< will '- en-
I .1^ I, US'. > -
Dated at Miami, Horlda tliis ^-'.ih
da 1 "i Heptember, I9S1
II H l.KA IHI-TlM \X
Clerk of the Circuit Court
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR 0DE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 6'C 9963
X11KM \X DION,
PI iln
\ -
M \\:\ h:'!.!.v Dli -x.
11. -. mliii I.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Ti : Mhi > Kel
\ I ,x
2i; 1)1 'eel
W..1
*". 11 ..
A
-,....
.
1 -|i, ,ni fouri
.1.1 ..-I nr I
ih toln-r. :
: 1 1
- I
Dated: Sept,
1. :; I.1.
1 :'.
,-.-., 11 n> k v 1 v
. 1
SAMI'IM. .1 RANI)
VI torne) foi i' 1 inl if
112" Si bold llul
Miami !2, I-"..... 1
1 22 21,1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 53835-A
X 11
V \.\ M lltlUSl >N
I .. IHI-.I
NOTICE TO CREO'TORS
I-,, A I! i-'. '<-
!' s iid
v ... nd iv-
1,.
until
I,.,-. MAX ,"
. inii 1 1 nidi i*'iui idla,
.11
, lies
1 1 he 1 '
1 ne .Mil
, 1 '
|.-| XI :M AN
-
- :........ 1:1
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
Si iTH'K l> HKRKHV fll\ I thai
: .-,- In
. j t. mil, the .',,'
tl ItP.KAN Mi 'KM 1 ''
-. .: -- .. m i-'i da In -
end 1 tl
I ,. 1 1 ,, 1
1 'ouni Kin
cAit 1 mil-: is shi
, x < v .', 'i 101 e 1
, ',1 n ,
MAR VIKSKlt
in!
, .'2 VI '>/', IS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE ^aw
XOTI''K IS H
ml, .ru 1
.....'i
. \ \ -. ..-. :
: \1 \ I 'X .i 1 :
A SI) SI.' (ASK ,:.. 1 : Ii 'All
--.,'., ,\ 1 t MIAMI
11 itx I'uni ''. klhi Florida ln-
. 1 1
if the r lit I if I '."' '
II VRRi >W \X -' 1 INK
I'ltn 1 \.-- VTION
I It J : '. '' P. A,
III Ben, K.D.
ind .1 ii-k A l).
IKORi'.K, \M".- a
115ft s.VV. F Ml imi, Fla.
Attorney* l"i f I > ind Sloane
I roloM Ahh.i '
1 Miami '
: ift/r.-13
liAMATo ..nd MAHIK I D'AM XT. .. MA,.T,N n '">
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMIi LAW
NCrTIl 1: IS HKKKBY -mi N that
1' underelgned, desirlnn ',1 engage
In bunlnea8 under the fictitious name
UK i'A.\ii'i:iu-:i) UM'Y ai 62M
\i. Highway, Soulli iCiaml in-
1 to reglnter said name *itn the
1 01 the Clroull f'ourt >' hade
Ci nt) Florida.
MAB8TAJN INC
A Fla. <;orn
MKNRY NORTON
Attn fie.v for Applicant
iyne Bldg.
/29, 10. II-15-80
J\
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUD3E3- COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN OROBAffi,
No. 524SJ
ith i:-i.,ii- of
H VKRV IKAACSl IN
lited.
VII 1 I.-,in,,iS and Ail P.....ona H iv.
1 1 ten indH \ [u -
Tl
Attorns) fi r Plaintiff
14th Floor 1'-ade Federal Hid^
Miami 22, t'lorida
9/89, 10/6
I >efendantn
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
losKPH ham \ ro and
MARIES 1 D'AM V ru
142-04 NaponaM Avenue
Tou^Sd^n ^0?^. hereh) notice under
..t |..i th complaint has been fictitious nave law
,l..l aiainCt vou in the above atyled NOTICE HERKBY CJIVBN that
,,,,, Tn Chanoarj iv yo;..\xi>.\ i the undersigned, deairlng.to engagi
riiXas. formerly known 1* yoi.ax
HA B. ROX AS. and also sometlm
1:-
I

1
I
!
known u- YOLANOA ClOCONE. in-
dividually and ... Legal Ouajdlan ol
HOPB <' R0XAB, a minor child. iou
are renuired to serve upoi OBOROr.
N Ma,-l>"Ni"!d.. Plaintifl b Attorne)
whoae addre* 1- >04 BiacAyne Build-
ing Miami J2, Florida, and file with
the Clerk of aald Court an answer to
lhe ivmiplaint OM or- Defore th- ..th
dav .if October, LM1; 0 herwlae a
I,.,,.... pro Confeiiao wil be entered
against you for the relief demanded
I m the Complaint. .
DATKD. this tlal daj >' Septem-
ber, 196
B. h LKA PHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
ixeal) Bs km i V >'
Dep it)
1/29, 10/6
1
I am
and
ol \,
"i HARRV
.tfii of you, ire I
1 mhi d to pre ml in)
deman a '. hich yoi
n. ma) hive 1 1 1
1 \ v '.- i\
business under the fictitious name ol
MY PAIR LADY It 17700 CoUins Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, fade County, FTa
intend.- to register SaW nan.- with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol
11 i.ie County. Florida.
JACK SILVER
100 'r Ok tier
STREET & GREENFIELD
m eys for Petitioner
120 l.mcdn Koad ........
d 29, 10 1-18-29
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 92229
Sot if., that- Na
th 1 in. I VV S; ilder 1* -
of 'Ity "f Miam T ix Kali rtll il
Numbered 10*3 dated the isl da) >t
June, A.I'. 1959, '1 1 ed laid Or
tiflcate In my office, and ha- made
application for tax deed Issue
thereon in accordance with law Said
Certificate embraces the following
described property, situated in iiad--
1
late ,,; 1 ind 1 ', lunt) F
Bonorablti 1 'ounty I idg
' '"nt >. and le the ime n
In ti',- '. 1 :11 .
1 I ..I. CoUtl I ,,: 1
aleiidai 11. ,. jate
ii- m |, 1 blii a ,11 hei
.....I< "'!' la 1 > contain the
..... of th dalmant 11
I"....." to and 1 1 ,
..... ill bi bar......
I September !7th, \ >
SYLVIA HCHNHUOICK
y I M-i-ntiix ..f :hi- 1 ..1 ,1 .. ,1 ,ti,|
mi ni ,,i ha 1s.11 v IS'AA >N
neil
' N KSHKN
ne) 1,,, Bxecutria
9/21, !0 t-13-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLmT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
... No. 53467 C
,N- REi Estate of
SAMUEL TEITELBAUM
1. retised.
T ,NOT,CE TO CREDITORS
1 \ll ir.....1,.ih and A I IViHon.-. Hm -
,." *-'ims .11 Ueniands Agalnal Said
'-"ate:
v OU are hereby notified and re-
oyii-ed to present any claim., and de-
nd- which you may Have against
estate of samuki, TBITEL-
ti -
\i\i deceased late or Dade County,
""la. to the County Judges of
' "iinty, and rile the sam- in
prfkseB In the County Court-
"use in Hade County, Florida, v.itlilti
llenoar inonthn from the dat.....
' Hr.-t publication hereof, or the
*me win i. barred
KSTKId.i: SLOMOVTTZ
Ad111inl.strat.r1x of the
v..!,:"1'"" "' Samuel Toiletbaiim
^RK BILVER8TBIN
Attornej
?20 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach. W 1
" 8-1401
9/8. 10/6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCER>
no. 6'C-/'jfia (Pearson)
CENTR VL SAVINOH HANK IN
i'ITV up NBV. yORK, Corpo il
existing under the laws >' I he
.-!:, I. "I X,' 1
I'lali
i -
n-:ssi; JAMBS v VTKri, el 1 .
I tefendants.
NOTICE Ol- 3U T
Tl : JE88I Ml '.- 1 > rBH 1 I
11| .A! H \ Y VTBH, his ^ fe
Residence 1 Inknown.
YOU VRE HRRKM) NOTlblEl 'thai
a suit has be in irough iga ;. yp
b} CENTRAL SAVIN IS BANK IN
THE i'ITV OF NEW YORK, Ii the
abnve-entiUed Court, tn foreclose 1
mortgage imbering He I lowing
described property, to-wit;.......
I...t 29, Block I-'. CAROL CIT1
OARDBNS, iccording to the plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Book ...
at page 131, of the public records
,d Dade County, Florida;
and vou are required to file your
answer with the Clerk of th.- ( rcull
court of i>ade County, Florida, at me
Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or
before October 23. MM. and to serve
a copv of such answer upon DAWK
| CATSMAN, Palntiff's attorney.
whose address ih nth B*...... '" 1("
Baat l-'.atfler Street. Miami 32, Flor-
Ida. on or before said date, as re-
quired by the Laws of M inn.1. It
vou fail to do so. the complaint will
be taken as oonfeaaed '< 1 l"' ;l
Decree Pro Confeaao will b.- entered
against you for the relief demanded
In the compl "int.
DATED mis I'll da) of September,
1991.
K B. l.KA I'M lOll.M \N
llerk Of lhe Cue-ill Court
Dade iounl Flor 1
(seal) By: K. m i.yman.
Deputy Clerk
DAVID P CATSMAN
14th Fioor at 101 F.. Plagler BI
Miami .'!-', Florida
S/22-29. 10/6-13 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE I--' HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigni d, Ing I 1 enga
r -.- under the fictitious nai ne
. VLEXANDRIA APARTMENTS ll
l.-.l.-i Ru, tid Aven te Intend to re*
said name with th- Clerk a th 1 ir-
.1,11 Couri ,'f i^"1- ounl FI ir a 1
8ALVATORB .1 DiBBNB >BTTO
NANCY Di ;- r"
1 DAVID LIEBMAN
\ 1 r Api ints
, s r: rsi v
M Florida ( .
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAM LAW
N,.: .- HKREBS OlVKN thai
he ui I, desiring -' '"
the ii '
Ml \\'i FCRNITCRK Rl Fl HSHBRS<
x 1 -:. 70th H M 1..... I
[he Cl.Tk
of the Circul I
: 11 Ida
ALFRED H OAl'OINl
6-13-80
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UlYEN thai
the undersigned, desiring ige In
business under the fictitious namen 01
SIX FASHIONS UF MIAMI SIX
FASHION CASUALS nF MIAMI at'
Box 2291, Miami Beach 4>>. Florida In-|
tends to register said names v\,th the
4'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SANDY ISL108 OF MIAMI INC.
By; .lames F. Nauman. Secretary
ARTHl'R W. KARLK'K
Attorney for Applicant
3101 Blgcmyne Blvd.. Miami. Fl 1.
1-89.10/9-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring; to engage
in business under th- fictitious name
of ADVENTURES DIVING SHOP al
2922 Coral /ay, Miami. Florida in-
to register said name with the
Cl-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
1 'ount) F or la
SUN FRESH CORP.
Sole Owners
HAROLD STRUMPF
I if i nrnicantfl
909 Blscayne Bids. .
Miami, I-la
9/22-29. 10 9-11
County. Florida, to -Wll
l,ots 8-9 .v I-'. Block :'i VN iddell's
Resubdivislon Plat Book 1 Fair- 169
in ih- Cit) of Miami, County of
Had-. State of Florida
The assessment ol sal 1 propert)
under the Certificate Issued was c
th- name 01 Unknown, Unless said
Certificate -hall be redeemed accord-
ing to low, tax deed grill Issue there-
on mi the 2",tli da) >' Del ..... A.D
1981.
Hated this 19th la) >>f September.
At' 1981,
1: B LE \ rHBRM W
Clerk of Clr ni.
1 iade 'ount) Florida
(teal) B) Il M LEEPER
Deput) Clerk
, (j I'. 10 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 6'C 1487
VNTHONY RBBBLLO ind
SI SAN MARGARET REBBLLO,
hie wife,
Pliiintlffs,
vs
I. \\ |[i SHAPIRi ind 1.11.I.i v-
SH VPIRO. hl ?"
,,r both are de id, ill un in >wn heirs,
del Isees. Ii
iskIuiii is. Hi '"-
..,- other claims
through, under
\l.l. I'NKNOVV x I VR "I ^x '
CLAIMANTS hai ing 1
, Ight. title or lnt< : 'Pon
ih- niopert) Involv d in I
AMENDED NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO ALL OK THE Al 'V NAME!)
hi:i- K.xi'A.x .-
1 laiming u '
Interest In or I
propert) hereii ,;,v
p hi then ol
Al IDREHSES UNKNi 'W X ^
YOU, and -.,, Ii yo ARE HbRr,
BY NOTIFIED thai AN PHOM RE-
RKLI 1 and SUSAN WAR I \UKT RK-
BELI/ Ins wife, h ive broug
Complaint vs you to 1 liet title I 1 the
following dee.
Dade County. Flor ":
l^.t 91, In B....... of MIAMI si -
DURBAN ACRES, 1 lording to tne
Plat thereof, 1 r led in Plat Hook
1. al Page 78, of the P iblic Re 1
of Dad- 1 'ount) Florida,
You an- hereby required to --rve a
CODS of your Answer or other deteti -
(lv pleading to > id Complaint on
Plaintiffs' Attorney, KoiiKin H
TRAURIG, Suite 1135 Alfred I guPont
Building, Minn: Florida, and f'le the
original In the Offl.....< the < lerk 0
th.- Circuit Court, >" or before tne
.urn da) of October, i'.6i. otherwise
the allegations contained therein will
be taken as coi fessed b) irou, tn
[tecree Pro Confesso will be entered
( you for the relief prayed lor in
Bald Complaint. ....
DATED at Miami, Dade I ounty,
hi.,: Ida this -1st day of October, 19GI
B, B. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of th- Circuit Co irt
(ural) By K M LYMAN
Deput) Clerk
ROBERT H ii'-A1 RIG
Attorne) lor Plaintiffs
1 is:, Alfred 1 duPonl Bldg
Mam; 12, Florida
1 I, IO/"6-13-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NI ITICE IS HEREBY (!I\ BN '.lint
I the undersigned desiring to engage In
hastn,-s und..... name o'
KNOUSE FARMS it 3 iwe I
'. ttii 1 '011 it. Miami 1 la Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court ol Dade County,
Florid 1.
LLOYD M KNOUSB,
RYAN M KNi 1 USE,
RENATA K KNOI SB,
1 ih ners
KBSSLER A ha Its
Attorne).- for Applii ants
IH 9 VV Isl St
9/88-89, lo/T. 18
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN that
rh-> undersigned, desirl 1 tn enease in
buslnesn under the name of
B A B coFFHl-: SHOP it ID North*
weal 2nd Street, Miami intends to
ter sani name with tn- Clerk of
rh- circuit Court >l 1 ade County,
Florida.
I'.c iSIl ML \ "Jl iXS' H It
Sole I "
KBSSLER A OARS
Mtornei.- for Sole 1 w ner
E9, 1 r/- 1*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCER/
No. 6'C J6I6
M VRSHA STONE in 1
-:;;:|..\ tSAVRAS,
Plaintiffs,
1 N RAINEY and 1 VNB
RAINBY, hla wife,
1,. f, lants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T< I'o.x RAINEV
JANE RAINES wife.
17470 X u -
Mia ni I' da
Y' ,, an hereby nui
. .'.. use M 1 .
pal iropert) him fl I igalnnl
..,; Ii rt h he
plaintiffs ah 10 ight

North om Block 11
- SNV ISLES I '. ,-'01-11-
1
In Plal Book 14, ii'' "f 1 ho
! iblii R...... i- a I- 1 'ounty,
rturen
nui linprovi n now an.....18-
ifter situate I hei (id ,1 he 1 urnl-
ture. furnishings ind I n
tamed therein
YOI' are required 1 serve a iopy Of
.,, ir \ n m er th pleading m the
Plaintiffs atl.....>. BEN ESSBN,
imi Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida.
ind file the original In the office of
the ci-rk ot the above styled Court on
,1 bi .....he mi day of October, issi,
^1 default oi winch the Complaint will
ii- tak-n as confessed agalnsl you for
the relief requested in Plaintiffw
'omplalnt.
DATED at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this 6th day of September,
1981.
1: is LEATHERM vx
Clerk of Hie circ ilt Court
(seal) By; E. II l.AN'WAY
1 leput) < 'lerk
9/8-15-32-18
I ">V,
suit
.....1 In
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTIQE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ndersigned, desiring to engage in
business und the fictitious name ot
FRBDR1KSON HOTEL al 916 Wash-
ington Vi Miami Beach intends
1 1 me with th- ,llerk
. Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
ESTHERS" IN CORP.
1 A Fla 'orp.)
9/g-U-83-tt


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*Je*isf flertdli&r
t otnct m* coottamt wjrovMMMi tM OftTMOOOX VAA HAJCASHKUTM OP
Simchas Torah
Friday. September 29, 15
TJshri 23rd Day October 3rd
for tltcir patronaqe* contentment, cjooa health, ana the fulfillment of your
deepest wish in life.
In Honor of Simchas Torah
Ail Food Fair Kosher Markets are Closed
Monday and Tuesday, October 2nd and 3rd
TO SERVE YOU BETTER WE WILL BE
OPEN W
DAY TIL 6 P.M., THURSDAY
TIL 9 P. M. AND FRIDAY TIL 3 P. M.
19lh ST. of ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
CORAL WAY a* S.W. 87fh AVI.,
WSTCHSTE SHOPPiNG PLAZA
2091 CORAl WAY in M1AM
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER, NORTH MIAMI B5ACTJ
2662 HOLLYWOOD BLVD., HOLLYWOOD
\Mh ST. of WASHINGTON AYL, M1AMJ BEACH