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

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
M 34 Number 40
Miami, Florida. Friday, October 6, 1961
Two Sections Price 204
.$. Sees Nasser Threat to Israel
{Syrian Fighter Planes
Violate Border Calm
TEL AVIV.JTA)The long-standing calm on Israel's borders
j> abi iptly though briefly upset this week by the invasion of a num
i oi anes which were promptly driven off by Israeli interceptors.
I air penetration, apparently for photographic intelligence
|ed .es, coincided with a revolt by Syrian troops against Nasser's
ited Arab Republic regime, but it was not clear whether the two
-ad any connection.
rent
Tr invas'on, which was beaten off by Hie Israeli planes without
bss, es well as the revolt, spurred Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
c*r sty trip back to Tel Aviv.
I re he visited his Defense Ministry office and arranged for
nstas: contac' with defense headquarters.
WL.'e no indication was given as to the source of the enemy
lane.-. was assumed they were UAR aircraft.
Warns Egypt May Launch
Diverting Attack on Line
Guarded by UNEF Troops
PRESIDENT NASSER
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NEW YORK(JTA)Washington i
is sharply divided in its estimates
oi the outcome of the Syrian
breakaway from the United Arab
Republic, with one school holding
that President Nasser may em
bark on a diversionary move such
as "a great uproar against Is-
rael" with the possibility of 'some
provocative skirmishes along truce
lines policed by the United Na-
tions.*'
The Wall Street Journal, in a
rcundup of Washington opinion on
the Syrian development. >aid Mon-
day that one group of authorities
sees the development as a serious
stab at Nasser's prestige "which
can only impede his capacity for
Middle East mischief-making and
tarnish particularly his campaign
for a un'fied Arab country under
lis leadership." According to these
authorities, "the immediate upshot
hus should be an easing of one
nng-standing threat to political
stability in a part of the world that
iias already shown signs of un-
UNITED NATIONS(JTA?The question whether Tunisian dele- characteristic tranquility in recent
gate Mongi Slim, president of the I nited Nations General Assembly years,
this year, is fit lo be named for the post cf acting secretary general
of the United Nations, succeding the la'.e Dag Hammarsk.'old. was a
subject of intensive discussion this week among delegations from
various countries, following a
with Comay at a reception for
all delegation chairmen held
here by Presic'snt Kennedy.
HE SNUBBED GOUM WHS
Israel Objects to Mongi
Slim as Secretary General
means the only source of trouble
in the Arab world, U.S. authori-
ties fear the long-range effect a*
Syrian independence may be the
Continued on Pag* 10-A
Slim had reportedly told highest
DtAN RUSK
ick from Tour
lefugee Envoy
o Meet Rusk
move made against him by Mrs.
Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Min-
ister.
Mrs. Meir. accompanied by Am
bassador Michael S. Comay. Is
reel's permanent representative at United States personalities that hr
the United Nations, conferred with i had not net ced Mrs. Meir ap-
Adlai Stevenson, head of the Amer- preaching the Kennedy reception
ican delegation to the UN, and line, and to have assured the
pointed cut to him that because Americans there would be other
Tunisia is a member of the Arab diplomatic and social occasions
I League. Mr. Slim and his govern- when he would shake hands with
1 ment are so firmly committed to Mrs. Meir
an anti-Israel attitude that it would Desp;te tms inferred policy, the
be absolutely impossible for him to ^j. dmQng numerous ,ie|ega
The Wall Street Journal cor-
respondent, Philip Geyelin, point-
ed out, however, that because
UAR President Nasser is a vain
and vengeful man a.-.d by r.o
Mapai Presses
To Break Off
Fruitless Talks
TEL AVIV (JTA) Sentiment
was reported growing this week
among Mapai leaders for a break-
ing off of the fruitless negctiations
for a new coalition government
and for returning to President Ben
Zvi the mandate he gave to Fi
nance Minister and Mapai leader
Levi Eshkol to form a new gov
ernment.
The sentiment stemmed from
growing feelings of frustration over
the low yield of talks which have
been going on for several weeks.
So complete has been the deadlock
between Mapai and its former
coalition partners over Mapai in-
ice on majority status in any
Continued on Page 6-A
handle any Arab-Israeli issue
spirit of neutrality.
in a
, tions here was that while as pres-
ident of the General Assembly Mr.
their talk with Stevenson, Slim is only "a parliamentary traf-
Defense Dep't. Says Reds
Gave UAR $500 Million
WASHINGTON(JTAiThe Soviet bloc has provided through loans
or grants, up to last Mar. 31. a total of almost a half-billion dollars
in arm* to the erstwhile United Arab Republic. This was disclosed m
testimony released by a Congressional committee at which Col. H. F.
Nichols, of the Department of Defense, testified. Col. Nichols said
Egypt got $315,000,000 in Soviet
Mrs. Meir and Comay pointed
out that Slim's and Tunisia's hos-
tility to Israel goes back a num-
ber of years and did not start
with last week's action by Slim
when he snubbed Mrs. Meir. Ht
had turned his back on her
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)-Dr.
dward E. Johnson, the United
Rations Palestine Conciliation Com-
pission's special Middle East
Emissary on the Arab refugee
^oblem. conferred here this week
ith United States Secretary of
State Dean Rusk. The United
States. France and Turkey are
members of the Commission.
Dr. Johnson, who spent more
rhan two weeks visiting the capi-
tals of I-rael. the United Arab Re
Ipubl
Iv...
lof the United Nations Relef and j of a jew running for President
|Work Agency, is now preparing indicated this week a substantial
increase in the number of those
\ arms while Syria received $128.-
1000,000 worth.
It was meanwhile revealed that
I an estimated 5,000 technicians
from the Sino-Soviet bloc are ac-
fic cop guiding procedures." his
position of acting secretary gen-
eral would require absolute proof
: of his being able to act with abso-
lute neutrality on substantive is- -
isuJs Some of the delegates said j five in the Middle East including
thev now have "second thoughts" : military technicians aiding the
33SKi Say-'" Hsrs ar-gg-s
Gallup Poll Studies Jewish President
- PRINCETON. N.J. (JTA) A President, and he happened to be cent reporting IJ
nblic, Jordan and Lebanon, as ; nuW Gallup poll on attitudes of a Jew. would you vote for him. rcent cpposed and six percent
_eU as the Beirut headquarters j American voters toward the idea 1958_ ^ cent said ,h J k^w eategory-
[his report to the PCC.
The Commission must report to
the General Assembly by Oct. 15
on whether any progress had been
I made toward "repatriation" of
Arab refugees into Israel or their
compensation by Israel.
A United States source confirm-
Contmued on Page 5 A
who would vote for such candi
dates. The findings were based on
two polls on the question, one made
in 1958 and one made in the latest
poll.
The question put to the sample
was: "If your party nominated a
generally well-qualified man for
In 1958. 62 percent said they : jn m. "don't know" category.
would. 28 percent said they would j
not, and 10 percent replied "don't |
know." In the current poll. 68
percent said they would. 23 per-
cent said they would not. and nine
percent said they didn't know.
ent of $157,300,000 in U.S. aid in
the fiscal year 1961. according to
other information provided to Con-
gress.
Rep. John Rooney, New York
Democrat, told Secretary of State
Dean Rusk he was unable to un-
derstand "why our government
did not grant military aid to
Israelespecially since we have
not hesitated to provide military
assistance to countries which
have been at war with her." The
Congressman made known his
views in a letter to the Secre-
tary of State.
Rep. Rooney said that "any
other country menaced by Soviet
weapons has been granted our
An interim survey made
during the winter 1959-60 spurt
of synagogue defacing* and other
anti-Jewish acts found 72 per-
The latest poll found that young-
er persons show less prejudice military aid. without question and
than older people and that col-
lege-educated respondents were
less biased than those with a high
school education.
Those in the 1 to 29-year age
group replied as follows: 76 per-
Continued on Page 8 A
without delay. And many of these
countries have not shared Israel's
dedication to freedom and her
commitment to contribute to the
defense of the free world."
Secretary Rusk in his reply. fail-
Continued on Page 9-A


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Israel's First Music Festival a Triumph
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We had yet another "first" in
Israel last week, indeed an un-
usual one. For the first time in
two-thousand years, a perform-
ance returned to the Roman the-
atre at Cacsarca. To be more
exact, it was about 1,750 years
since the theatre had been used
last and surely it never before
heard such beautiful music as
that which flowed from under
the fingers of Pablo Casals, Ru-
dolf Serkin, and the Budapest
Quartet.
The ancient theatre has been
partially restored, a platform im-
provised in its well, and th" ap-
prehensions of the organizers
about the weather and. more so.
about the danger of the strong
winds blowing sand off the dunes
proved happily unfounded.
What surprised many, including
the musicians, were the excellent
acoustical conditions which were
comparable to those in a closed
hall, and which again proved
thai "there was nothing new un-
der the sun" and that even in
this electronic age we might still
take our hats off to the Romans,
If was an unfor.iettab'e con-
cert and rarely if ever was one
given to listen to such a rendition
of the Bach Gamba Sonata which
seemed to have been timed per-
fectly to accompany the red sun's
descent into the blue Mediterran-
ean. Said violinist Isaac Stern:
"The soft introspective second
movement mingled with the gent-
ly rumbling surf in the back-
ground, illustrating the eternal
truth of the music and the ele-
ments."
The concert climaxed Israel's
first Music- Festival that brought
together Mr. Casals. Mr. Stern,
Mr. Serkin, Eugene lstomin and
the famed Budapesl Quartet,
whose Alexander Schneider acted
as the Festival's director.
Needless to add, all the con-
certs were sold out. including
all the standing room that could
be made available, and many of
Israel's large public of m usi C
lovers were left disappointed and
had to be satisfied with the op-
portunity to listen to the music J
over their radio sets.
The organizers of the first Fes j
tival are already busy planning j
the next one, and there is no
doubt that the Festival will be-
come a regular feature of Israel's
cultural life.
Also, there is no doubl that the
Festival, and especially the par-
ticipation ol Pablo Casals, will
greatly enhance Israel's stature
in the world of music and act as
an important factor in spurring
and further widening and deep-
ening the field of music hi the
country. The visit ol Pablo Ca
sals is seen hi re as paralleling
in significance, the first appear
ance here of Arturo Toscanirri 25
years ago. it was Toscanini's
appearance that put the I hen es-
tablished Philharmonic Orches-
tra on the map. It is hoped that '
Casal's participation in the lust
Festival will help in its coming,
in time, to rank among the
world's major music events.
Mr. Casals, the 84-year-old mas-
ter, was vivic"y moved by the
outpouring of deep affection that
greeted him everywhere in the
country. He had only words of
highest praise for the apprecia-
tive Israeli audience, filled with
"a great and pure love of music."
He was greatly impressed by
the country and the people. Said
Casals: "I have the greatest ad
miration for you. You are an ex
ample to everyone in faith, in
strength in everything that is
needed to be great."
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^Jewist Meridian
Page 5-A
UTTfR TO THE EDITOR -
Reader Calls Editorial View 'Naive'
EDITOR, Th Jewish Floridian:
In your editorial of^Friday, Sept.
..,. entitled A Necessary. ualjon," you demonstrate a naivete
hardly befitting a representative
-, important a segment ot
,. n Jewry.
You art your article with: "The
,,: 4th annual meeting of the
organization of America in
rk CitJ served as the plat-
form yel another display that
l rtainly cause Zionists, as
uell Jews generally, to ponder
the pi'i poses of these affairs in the
future
The annual ZOA conventions
hav? -eken in at least 16 Ameri-
Slcri e New Consul
For So. Broward
/.i Z. Dover, Israel's new Con-
the Sautheastern United
State: will be introduced to the
Jewish communities of Hollywood
and Lauderdale on Monday
night al the home of Mr. and Nfrs.
: in. 131:) Fillmore st., Holly-
I reception, to be held under
the auspices of the South Florida
Dim-.' of the American Friends
i| (hi lebrew University, will be
Dove) first appearance in Brow
11 nty.
Then will be no solicitation of
ccording to Rabbi David
spiritual leader of Tem-
. i of Hollywood, who will
toastma^ter for the 8:45
p.m. -.. iiering.
Hos'.t, in addition to Mr and
Mi v : i:i. will be Mr. and Mrs.
Mir: rdon.
can presidential campaigns.
Through the appearance of the
political leaders.of bofn parties
on the ZOA platform, the ZOA,
symbolizing the highest leader-
ship of American Jewry, has been
able to er.list the support and
shape the opinion of these par-
ties in the great task of estab-
lishingrebuildingand protect-
ing the land of our people, Eretx
Israel.

The ZOA platform made Zionism
fashionable, as well as Israeli-sup-
porters ot those who previously had
biased opinions about Israel.
Your last statement is illogical:
"Does not the ZOA reckon its tune
and its energies in more valuable
terms?" -especially when vou study ,
the importance of the ZOA in the,'
totality of the American picture.
Let us not delude ourselves into
thinking that because Israel is an
accomplished fact that she can
stand alone today in a world in-
secure even for greater nations.
We do have over five million
Jews in the U.S.A. alone, who live
in freedom* and,if it behoves the,
leaders of these Jews and the fu-
ture Presidents of the nation to
seek the support of the ZOA by
adopting certain conditions helpful
to Israel in her present beleaguered
condition, it certainly does us hon-
or to accept their word and their
help.
Th.-ugh Pres;dent Kennedy has
nc; carried out his promise at the
ZOA convention of I960 as yet,
it is still possible tnat he will
give h:s support in the direction
of Israel at the proper moment.
And so will the leaders of the
Republican Party, because there
is a bipartisan understanding on
the nature of political Zionism. The
ZOA can and does serve as the
leaven that quickens the fulfill-
ment of political promises.
W. D. STRONG
Miramar, Fla.
Mrs. Samuel F. Danels (center) becomes the first Bas Mitzvah
Sponsor of the New Year as she assists Mrs. Ben Essen, Coral
Gables Women's Division chairman for State of Israel Bonds,
and Mrs. Meyer Baskin in creating plans to invite Coral Gables
leadership to enroll as members of the host committee for the
Bas Mitzvah dinner Saturday evening, Oct. 21, at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel. Mrs. Danels is publicity chairman for the
Israel Bond Women's Division, and Mrs. Baskin is Coral
Gables publicity chairman.
UN Envoy Will
Meet With Rusk
Continued from Page 1-A
Johnson-Rusk m-otins de-
cline! o ofter any further corn-
regarding th? conference.
n< i ted States source, inciden-
<> said that Mr. Rusk, in
the co.i.-se of 'meeting as many
[ iri ministers a possible." ox
to meet also with Mrs.
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eminent thai Eahkol turn-
o ;> itratg) of bypassing that
to concentrate on ].
Two iubcommrMees were set
up one headed by Eshlcol and
<** by Mapai Knesset deputy
Akiva Govrin, to discuss pro-
posals for some Parliamentary
control over the Israeli security
network, currently under the
tight control of the Ministry of
Defense, and suggestions for bet-
ter implementation of the con-
cept of collective Cabinet respon-
sibility.
Eahkol and Govrin reported at
a meeting with the former coali-
tion partners the Liberals. Ma-
pa rn. Achdut Avodah and the Na-
tional Religious Party that pro
gress was being made on the two
proposals but that they needed
aome finishing touches.
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re Sem Wfefeera, *** pi ajajj
o* tSe Fl**a See Feder*en
9* B'net B'rith Ladgti; Mr*. Her-
ben PWBH p*et^derft a* t^e PRi-
* c*ea*er o* B'nai B'rrrh; Mrs
Seymej Cole president of the
Plri Beach chapter of B'n*i
B'ri*h ryo^-e^; and Mrs. Henry
KraatJBr *j-* Jew-th education
chairmjf- o* -be Mor*h Florida
Count1' t* B nai B nth Women.

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+Jenisti fhrSdUain
Page 7-A
^^panng for Temple Emanu-El's efforts in be-
bclf of State of Israel Bonds at a luncheon in
Ihe Shelborne hotel last week, given by Sam-
uel Friedland, chairman r\ the Israel Pond
Organization, are from left (clockwise) William
:, Joseph Lipton, Friedland, Dr. Irving
uman, Dr. Aaron Kahan, director of the
Israel Bond Organization, Jack S. Popick.
Jmdge Irving Cypen, Joseph Cohen, Leo Eisen-
slein, Louis Hausman, Joseph Averbook, Sam-
uel Kaoan and Sanre! Polon. At the oppo-
site side of the table (from left) ere Max Bauer,
Ju.ius hosensi^in, Harry Sirkin, Jacob Nathan
end Charles Yavers.
Panel Heard
On Refugees
WTVJ Latin News Editor Manolo
Reyea discussed the impact of Cu-
ban refugees on Miami at a panel
discussion sponsored by the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee on Wednes-
day at the Dupont Plaza hotel.
Panelists were Marshall Wise,
! director pf the Federal govern-
ment's Cuban Refugee Center; Dr.
Reinhold P. Wolff, director of the
J University of Miami's Bureau of
Business and Economic Research;
and W. W. Matthews, associate
superintendent for instruction in
the Dade county public BChools.
Metro Commissioner Harold B.
Spaet was moderator, and ques-
tions wire asked by Miami Herald
reporter Juanita Greene and Reyes,
William E. Gladstone was chair-
man.
Conversation Group Meets
"Conversations Unlimited" meets
on the first and third Fridays of
every monlh in Washington fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn.. 1244
Washington ave. Chaim Hose is
permanent chairman of the group
which promotes discussions of cur-
rent issues. There are no dues.
'Capsule1 Lecture
Series Begins
Rabbi Max Lipschitz. spiritual
leader of Beth Torah Congregation,
is introducing capsule lectures on
Judaism and the Bible to precede
all congregational functions Ihis
year.
The half-hour talks will take
place from 7:45 to 8:15 p.m.. belore
late Friday services
French Leader
To Speak Here
Maxijnt V'itu, r< i lath e "i
Frani he Carib-
! ean, will speaker at B< th
Torah Cong] firsl meet
ing '!
Yitu n gram
ol medieval
French Jewr; i currenl
Frani o-Isri li rela ioi
,\ -1 : .-!. e< ling will
i Inch will
:.;. program,
with imported prizes to be award-
ed.
Model of the Zim Line's SS Jerusalem is the obiect of proud
attention by Wolf R. Lazarus, Western Hemisphere director of
Lines, and Carl Weinkle, Cruise Commodore of the Pan-
American Friends of Israel Good-Will tour. Weinkle was
at a reception for members of the Good-Will Tour at a
in the Fontainebleau hotel at which Lazarus and the
lull of Latin American nations to be visited en the tour
were guests of honor._______"________
City of Hope Scientist Offers
Paper on Sclerosis Research
By Special Report
SEATTLE Arteriosclerotic
Changes like those causing heart
disi ..-c the leading cause of death
in ihe U.S. today, have been con-
trolled for the first time by a
Chi mica! agent.
Dr. Robert D. Solomon, associ-
i't pathologist at the City of Hope
National Medical Center, Duarte,
reported that the destruc-
tive effects of arteriosclerosis on
the aorta, or great artery, of young
rabbits were reversed "to a signifi-
cant degree" by giving them va-
nadyl salts, a form of the chemical
vanadium.
Many research studies have
'nested that blocking choles-
terol formation in the body may
act against arteriosclerotic dis-
ease. Vanadium is a known po-
tent agent for blocking choles-
terol formation.
In nis paper entitled "Reversi-
bility of Advanced Atheromatous
Lesions, Experimentally Pro-
duced.' presented here at the joint
! national meeting of the College of
American Pathologists and the
American Society of Clinical Pa-
thologists. Dr. Solomon described
\ experiments in which artcrioscler-
! otic changes were produced in rab-
J bits. First they were fed large
(quantities of cholesterol. Then
small amounts of vanadyl salts
: were given to the animals daily.
Striking restoration of lining
i membranes and replacement of
muscle and elastic tissue were ob-
served in badly damaged artery
walls, the City of Hope researcher
i reported.
Dr. Solomon emphasized that
!th*re is no immediate prospect of
clinical application of these find-
i ings in human disease. Further
studies are under way at the City
of Hope to investigate the reversal
iof arteriosclerosis in other species
ol animals and to find other chem
s ical agents for blocking cholesterol
formation less toxic than vanadyl
1 salts. ____________
Cecars Planning
Its Fsrst Dinner
Firsl dinner to be held in the
new Cedars ol Lebam n Hospital
has been scheduled for Wednesday.
Oct. 25. four days prior to the dedi-
cation and opening of the new $4,-
: 500.000 hospital on Oct. 29.
Board of trustees and medical
stall ol the 282 bed hospital will
have a "stag dinner." theme to
' be, "Walk With Your Friends into
Cei ars."
Chairman of the board is Stan-
ley C. Myers. President is Samuel
IT. Sapiro. Other officers are Sam-
uel l.uby. David Stuzin and Ben
. Novack. vice presidents; Harold
Thurman, secretary: and R. Wil-
; liam Apte. treasurer.
Board of trustees include Sidney
AronovitZ, Dr. Morris 11. Blau.
Elliott Blumenthal, Dr. Chester
Cassel, Judge Irving Cypen. Mau-
rice G. Furman, Herbert Cielein
ter. L. E. Goldman, Joseph Gar-
field. Dr. Morton M Halpern. Sid
' ney Langer, Sidney Lefcourt. Mor-
ris Lomaskin. E. Albert Pallot, Dr.
I Max Pepper. Dr. Maurice Rich. Dr.
Reuben Rochkind, Col. Nathan
1 Rood, Robert Russell. Samuel J.
jspector, Sol Shaye. Saul Silberman.
Henry Wolfe. Joseph Weintraub
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* Friday. October 8,
1361
Brief Israel Government on Arab Union Collapse
JERUSALEM(JTA)The For-
eign Affairs and Security commit-
tee of Israel's Parliament was re
ported this week to be planning to
consider the border incidents in
which five Israeli Arabs were kill
cd while trying to cross over into
the Egyptian held Gaza Strip. It I
was emphasized, meanwhile, that
all factions, excluding the Com-
munists were backing the stand of 1
i government in upholding the
border actions
Reports by Chief of Staff Zvi
Tsur, police inspector Joseph Nab- '
mias. and the head of security ser-
vices at a special Cabinet meet-
ing on the border security situ-
ation and the circumstances of the
shootings convinced Cabinet mem-
bers that the border forces had no
alternative but to fire at the po-
er.tial border trespassers.
After hearing the reports, the '
leftist Mapam withdrew its pro-
posal for establishment of an in-
quiry committee to review the
shootings. A Cabinet statement
stressed that it was the duty of
security forces to prevent illegal
border crossings and to defend
Israel from spies, saboteurs and
The Cabinet emphasized that
any Israeli citizen can leave the
country legally and that the fact
that the five Arabs tried to cross
secretly indicated that they were
involved in illegal activities. It
was assumed they were part of an
organized group acting on behalf
"The Cabinet is "satisfied that (jf tne x_iniIod Arab Republic intel-
the security forces acted in ac- Mgcncc anfj that they apparently
cordance with the law." the state- Amended to return to Israel. Israel
ment said. It was recalled at the sources indicated that UAR intelli-
Cabinet meeting that a member K(>nce activities have been stepped
up considerably in recent months.
murderers. The statement also
stressed that documentary evi-
dence had demonstrated that ru-
mors of alleged mutiliatieo of
the bodies of the five Arabs were
spread by elements "hostile to
the state."
tour Arab schools to impr*., thej
views upon the pupils and .,rp,.0.
them from
fluence of
against the
ireveiit
falling ur.ric! ;,(, ^
Comrru-.M ^
Israeli regim
of a kibbutz near the Gaza Strip
was killed when he failed to iden-
tifj himself while walking near the
border.
Palestine Conciliation Commission Fictions
By SAUL CARSON
On the very
Jews the world
paring to enter
worship for Kol
United Nations
afternoon when
over were pre-
their houses of
Nidre services.
the General Assembly here met
for its 16th regular session.
The dale and time were sheer
coincidence. The annual, reg-
ular Assembly usually convenes
on the afternoon of the third
Tuesday in September. But there
was another conincidence one
of historical imperative. For, In
Washington, a new Administra-
tion was firmly in the saddle.
When the Assembly met last
spring, continuing the 15th ses-
sion, very little was as yet ex-
pected from the Kennedy delega-
tion, headed by Adlai Stevenson.
At that time, the New Frontier's
delegation was still on trial. Now
the trial period is over. Now
the world should see what poli-
cies the Kennedy-Rusk-Stever.son
team really follows. And not
Wast among those who are con-
cerned are the friends of Israel
here.
If is well known by now that
there are only two issues affect-
ing Israel directly on the new
Assembly's agenda. One item
deals with next year's budget and
operational plans for the United
Nations Emergency Force. Un-
less some surprise move develops
that UNEF item should be
handled in routine fashion.
But the other item is anything
but routine. This one concerns
the Mtuation of the Arab refu-
gees. On this item, the Arab
delegations this year are willing
to jio for broke." And. on this
item, the United States delega-
te r: will occupy the hottest seat.
During the spring session, the
U.S.A. tried a maneuver which
shocked the Arabs. The Arab
delegations had tried to put
through a resolution calling upon
the Palestine Conciliation Com-
mission to implement an old, 1948
resolution whichsaid the Arabs
called for "repatriation" of the
refugees, their admission whole-
sale into Israel, or their compen-
sation by Israel.
Actually, that old resolution
calls for nothing of the kind. All
it does is open the door for ne-
gotiations leading to repatriation,
or to compensation, or resettle-
ment of the refugees (in Arab
lands) that is supposed to be
done in the context of negotia-
tions for an overall peace be-
tween Israel and the Arab states.
But, overlooking negotiations, and
totally ignoring resettlement, the
Arabs speak only of "repatri-
ation" and compensation.
What did the U.Js.A. do? First
of all. Adlai Stevenson stayed out
of that fracas. He sent his chief
deputy who was about as clumsy
and awkward in his handling of
the issue as an amateur could be.
The United States delegation
managed to swerve the Arab
plan. Instead of requesting the
PCC to implement "repatriation"
and compensation, the resolution
finally adopted merely called up-
on the PCC to see whether pro-
gress had been made on "repatri-
ation" and compensation and
to report to the next Assembly,
i.e. the one under way now, not
later than Oct. 15.
The Arabs were anything but
happy with the U.S. stand. In
fact, they were furious and
.-aid so openly, denouncing the
I'.S.A. in harshest terms. The
net result is that the United
States was in the Arab dog-house
Poll Studies Jewish President
Continued from Page 1-A
cent would vote for u Jew, 16 per
cent would not. and eight percent
didn't know. In the 30 to 49 year
bracket, the percentages were 71.
21 and eight. In the 49 years and
Over bracket, the percentages
were 62, 28 and 10.
College graduates replies were: i
83 would vote for a Jew. 11 would i
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and nothing really tangible had
been accomplished.
Now, Dr. Edward E. Johnson,
president of the Carnegie Endow-
ment for International Peace, is
in the Middle East, surveying the
Arab refugee situation as a spe-
cial emissary for the PCC. The
Commission will get his report
early in October, and will thus
be in a position to report to the
Assembly by the Oct. IS dead-
line.
As life in the Arab towns that
were the centers of protest demon-
strations returned to normal, police
began a trackdown of "Nasserite
elements" known to have been be
hind the anti-Israel demonstrations.
The suspects, who arc believed to
be part of an organized group, and
whese names are known to police.
! disappeared trom their homes as
soon as the demonstrations w ere
'nought under control.
As police in Haifa announced
they had arrested the organiier
of an Egyptian spy ring in Is-
rael, a group of young Arabs in
the port city said they had
formed an organization to pre-
vent further deterioration of Is-
raeli Jewish-Arab relations.
What kind of report will it be?
Israel's position is well known.
Israel will not open its gates to ;
an influx of several hundred j
thousand sworn enemies calling I
themselves refugees. Israel will
negotiate the refugee issue '
when and it negotiations become
possible.
But the Arabs smell blood.
They think they can drive the
Kennedy Administration into ac-1
cepting their thesis to-wit. that
Police identified the organizer
as Hanni Arrabch. 19, who they
said had crossed into Egypt last
November and took part in broad-
casts aimed at inciting Israel's
Arabs. They said he then switch-
ed to intelligence and returned to
Israel.
The young Haifa Arabs distrib-
uted leaflets asserting that the
Arab population wanted to live
peacefully with its Jewish neigh-
bors. It called upon the Arabs in
Israel to restrain themselves and
all the refugees should be given to indulge in no hostile demonstra-
tions against the Israeli authori-
ties.
i
"Lei us carry on the fight against
the Government's policy by legal
Imeans," the leaflets urged. "We
want no hotheads to start any-
thing rash." Members of the or-
ganization said they intended to
Mayor Abba Khoushy 0! Haift
conferred in Town Hal' \^
heads of the Christian ar- Moj.
lem communities and ex, *sswj
sympathy with the be-avd
families of the Arab you"- w<,0
had ben shot. At t>e sarrs time
he also expressed his gra.j con-
cern that Communist el-nefitj
were exploiting tht incisor to
incite the Arab copula' m |0
demonstrations. He ask*- th.
notables to do all In their jower
to calm the populaticn.
The Arab leac't rs ; ron i d t0
comply with bis request. ~ t"h- of
them later public]} ur-,-ed the
Arab.; in their Di I : i rjj l0
abstain Irom any demon- ration.
The New York Time: cai ed an
interview with the 85-year d Dep-
uty Mayr of Nazareth, Al .: Aziz
Zubi. in which the Arab It -r ex-
pressed fear that tix ransor and
bitter demonstra'.mr.s in Vazareth
last week had set thi \ and
Jews of Israel tack 13 an id
their relations with eacl other,
Deploring the demosstra he
said: "Those Jews who hn anted
to raise us to the status -qual
citizens and I think t! were
a majority will be in a bad posi-
tion to do anything lor us a."
Calm prevailed throuui- it the
country following tie pu xation
of a post-mortem report e- ablish-
ing that the Arab youths v c shot
at a distance. The repert t o said
that there were no signs mutil-
ation on the bodies when tl were
brought for examination h the In-
stitute for Forensic Med, ne at
Abu Kabir. The report posed
the lie published by the (. untw-
ist daily "Kcl Haam" > ,t the
youths were tortured bef they
were shot.
the 'choice" of repatriation or
compensation, with not a word
said about resettlement.
Just how will the United States
delegation comport itself this
time? Tnal remains to be seen.
Observers here hope lor at
least this much: That the U.S.
delegation will, this time, take
a firm stand and not perform in
wobbly fashion again. The Arabs
are going to press hard. They
know that, if they cannot push
tin- Kennedy Administration into
appeasement this time, their
cause lor the destruction of Is-
rael will have1 been set back for-
ever.
Israel Is not in danger here
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'sadore Hecht, local business and civic leader, is seen with
Rcbbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
c! the site of the congregation's new administrative wing.
Hecht will be honored at a dinner on Sunday, Oct. 29, at the
Eden Roc hotel.
I Tribute Planned
I For Local Leader
.ri HtM ''1 b* *>o-"-r-l i'
[Ttmple Be:h Shoiom's Isnel Bar
Mit/viih d'nner on Sunday everting.
Oct. 29, hI lhi1 Eden Roc hotel, "
was announced by James .M. Al-
bert, president of the Temple, who
if scheduled to chair the event.
Tribute will be paid to Hecht "in
recognition of his ou'standing ser-
: (( !o Timpie Beth Sholom. the
munily, ard the State of Israel"
h his Israel Bond efforts.
>:;.t>bi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Be;h Sholom, ex-
i -i (I his gratification that Hecht
( n -ill ded lor special rccog-
I lion
Hecht is a mmb*r of the
tcards of Temp> Beth Sholom,
M. S;rtai Hospital, the Greater
Miami Jtwftfl Federation, and
trar.dejs University.
(ii h;s chairmanship. Temple
Miolom's Israel Bond dinner'Sam H'ish. Mr and Mrs. Harry
I Mil" achieved a record in the i Horowitz. Mr. a"d Mrs. Morry Mor-
Israel Exhibits
In Memphis Show
By Special Report
MKMPHIS Israel is exhibiting i
at the annual Mid South Fair,'
'opened Sept. 22. in Memphis, Tenn.
Four foreign countries. Belgium. !
I France, Italy and Israel, have ex-
ihibits at the show, which, it is ex-
pected, will be visited by about
half a million people.
'I he Israel booth displays latest
fashion, ladies knitwear, men's
ccats. sweets and confectioneries,
wines, a great variety of giftwear
Of metal, wood, glass and ceramics. ;
and a variety of other industrial
merchandise, such as pipes and
fittings, asbestos sheets, radios
and more.
The two most striking exhibits
on display are a red-colored Sabra
sports car and an Israel Govern
ment Tourist Corporation display
featuring scenery and tourist in-
formation, as well as services pro-
vided by Israel's national shipping
and air lines, Zim and El Al.
ngrcgaticn'a Israel Borid sales.
" this occasion, special reeog
kill also be accorded to the
pit 's members who have visit-
Israel during its Bar Mitzvah
i Includid are Mr. and Mrs.
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Balogh Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
Bornsteii. Julius Cooper. Can-
avid Cqnviser, Mr. and Mrs.
Leon EH, > r. and Mrs. .lack
-. Mr. in.'. Mrs. Abe Geller,
ris. Dr. and Mrs Ed Roth, and Mr.
,ind Mrs Ben Schick.
Children Study Nature ,
More than 40 studen's from the
kindergarten classes of Beth Torah
Congregation participated in the
annual nature study program
Thursday. Sept. 28. at Greynolds
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Young Judaea will begin its year
of activity in the Greater Miami
area the week of Oct. 9 with more
than 25 groups participating.
Mrs. Gerald Soltz, chairman of
the South Florida Zionist Youth
Commission, announced that junior
and senior Young Judaea groups
have been formed in all sections of
Greater Miami, with professional
youth lea.icrs assigned to each, i
Included in the programs are Is-
raeli songs and dances, debates, i
stories about Israel, and trips to I
legional and national conventions.!
Last summer, the Youth Commis-
sion awarded a scholarship to Miss
Sondra Levy for intensive study in
It-racl. where she visited Young
Judaea groups.
Shevin to Head
Sertoma Club
New president of Sertoma Club
of Miami is Robert L. Shevin, at-
'omey, of the law firm of Shevin.
Goodman and Holtzman.
Shevin attended the University i
of Florida and graduated magna ,
cum laude from the University of
Miami law school. He is a mem-
ber of Florida Blue Key honorary
-ociety and Hall of Fame, and is
currently serving as president of
the Greater Miami Pi Lambda Phi
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Club, which is part of Sertoma
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men! service, the youth symphorn
and freedom programs.
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continued refusal of the United
States ti> give Israel military as-
sistance. The reply pertained!
mamly to the Arab refugee situ-
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study at this time." Mr. Rusk said:
"The United States continues to ,
support some reasonable imple- i
', mentation of paragraph 11 of the
United Nations resolution 194 (111)
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! the option of repatriation as law
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Friday, October 3.
1981
Roman
Ruins
By MAX UftNH
U.S. Sees Nasser Threat to Israel
baaiburg, Germany
With my itch for rtliai I have made an cxctinson from Frankfurt to
the cid Roman cr.sile here at Saalbure. There in a luminous story to be
r eced together from tlWM ruins, about a succession of Roman empcr-
from Julni> (;iesar through Vespasian and Domitianwhose armies
p\ -htd Roman power into what i* now France. Belgium and Germany:
I also "f later emperor-, from Hadrian through Caracaila, who had
i stomach for further expaaaioo, but wanted to hold what they had.
-' latter emperors djd a natural thing They built ;i wall. It was
sive wall it barbarian attack from without, so that the
i nside < mid work and enjoy the irints of their conquests. It tool;
then about 13 years to build, roughl) ir< ear B3, when the first
; oden lowi i |hly the year 213.
w' -:' ., '..'ha
< mortal and ram-
i
ns call the
i. nube to
i1
1 tchi nd their
i. The Romans
the real i irts oi em] ai i men
and not wallsmei eir know I

cf the jo they buili
ti
ir their l ensi-
I
THE ROMAN FORT oi the --roi
'' e i i ntn r Wi cha
' put id pieces the}
1 reconstructed I as it n Iced mon
' 7 centui a museum where you can see how 'hoc
l
ans thej vere not content with that. They also added
fronl entrance there is a I.atm inscription about
1 e reign and by whose bounty the reconstruction
',-' Ai I ai the base oi the statue of the Emperor Antoninus which
:. front ol the gate, the Emperor of the Germans ottered his
'" age to th< Emperor ot the Romans: "Imperatorl Romanorum im
I'' rat< Germanorum."

--
THUS, ALONG WITH the ancient story at Saalburg, you can't help
rei the modern story as well. The descendants of the German bar-
1 whom the Romans had tried to keep out by their wall, tried tor
' as the Romans had. There was Wilhelm-Guiliclmus II on the
ir enptionsand after him there was Adolphu.s. who lelt no successor.
The German thrust at empire failed. The Prussians tried to ape
tk"'( without creating a new type Ol man as the Romans had
out and sustain their power.
As for Adoli Hitler, he did tr> to create Nazi man, but he worked too
and feverishly to work endunngly There were scarely more than
ears between the beginning ol his movement in a Munich beer hall
his death in his underground chamber in Berlin. You need genera-
tions and even centuries to Iran.'form man into a new image and to
Shape ., new commanding elite to run the new world. Hitler had only
time to scream death in the darkness of his fevered brain, and while
there was will and even genius of a kind in the working of that brain.
you cannot build an empire on a scream of death.
Continued from Page t-A
reverse more turmoil ard new
headaches, fcr the Kennedy Ad-
ministration which has so far
been sparec" Middle East explo-
sions while coping with crises
almost everywhere in the world."
While indicating that Washing-
ton does not exclude the possibility
of an Egyptian-Israeli flare-up. the
correspondent discounted this pos-
sibility, explaining that "although
picking a tight with the Israelis
would have a treat unifying in-
fluence among the Arabs, it would
also risk a war '.hat Egypt's So-
viet-equipped arri might very
well lose, judj rig fron the
vious clash between tK-e two coun-
tries when Israe 1 invad d thi S i
rt in 195H Thi Mr N'asst r
i ight lil
>n this front."
Meanwhil
'..:.' gl
rt in Jem a ek to
5e< "its
tee of 1
.
rt wi enti
Tel Aviv Bureau
Admitted Here
Ralph lirec-
tor of the Better Busin< -- Bureau
ol Greater Miami, announced here
that the Better Business Bureau
ot Tel Aviv, Israel, has been ad-
mitted to membership in the as-
sociation by ad-interim action of
the board The Bureau, the first outside the
Western hemisphere, was formed
under the sponsorship of the Tel
Aviv Rotary Club. It was ineoTDn-
rated in February, is;..-), and held
its first annual membership meet-
ing in January of this year.
During its organization period,
the Bureau was encouraged by
Ogden Reid. former U.S. Ambassa-
dor to Israel. Reid. former pub-
lisher of the New York Herald
Tribune, is a former director of
the Metropolitan New York Better
Business Bureau.
the new Syrian government de-
clared An a policy statement over
the Damascus Radio that one of
the aims cf the new regime is "the
restoration of the rights of Tales-
tine Arabs." At the same time, it
applied for re^admission into the
Arab' League, emphasizing that it
respects the charter of the Arab
League."'
The Israeli Syr;ar, border cross
tag, over the Bnct Yaacov bridge,
in the north, was open for traffic
again Monday for the first time
since last week's Syrian revolt
against the United Arab Republic.
A United Nations military observ-
er crossed the bridge from Israt 1
: a without incident.
While official quarters here
refrain from comment, the pre-
vailir.i opinion ?->Dars to be
that the revolt brought little
cbangi with respect to Israel's
concern for the mirtena,"ce of
border quiet, It is pointed out
that the Syrians v.ere rot known
fcr their observance cf the ar-
mistice agrMm*nti even before
the country's unification with
Egypt in 1953, and there was
I'tf'e reason to assume that the
Situation will be ar-.y dif'erent
afier the dissolution cf the UAR.
It is feared n lerusa Hat
the new Syrian rcyme. Cc nprUina
elements simiar !;.. th. ,n th
pre unification governn niav
now use Israel as a mea prov
ing her "ttVK a-, t na- .,!,,, !
and also for divorl nj jc A
tention fr.om lr.ttrral di.'culties."
At the same time, I. ...,r u
was emphasized tfiat ; ,1V0|t
dealt a heavy blew to N
forced upon him a more i ,UUoiIS
line. From the wider strategic
considerations, the di$i ion of
the United Arab K< r lKo
broke up the unified mi] ,,,n.
maud which faced Israe i tne
north and the south, ai
thened the anti-Ni -- r ci
in the Arab u .
The Syria revolt
prise to Israel,
that dissai -.
"
ti govern m on
is) elements,
li aning
en caution
emau
ing its ultim iti re.
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A NEW CHAPTER is now being written in the history oi the wall as
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Rabbis Demand Kashrut Observance
PHILA; KLPHIA (JTA) The '.he Sabbath and the Jewish diet- gogues.
Conservativ raboinatc of Phila- ary Laws are likely. The 52 rab- calling on all .Jewish organiza-
delph'a hM served notice 4hat Its bis. affiliated with the local branch tions to honor ,he djetary ,aws al
membert vill refuse to officiate or 0f the Rabbinical Assembly of; public functions, the rabbis called ,
participl e in any religious and so America, made this position known the violation of Sabbath and kash- "
Sal everts at which violations of during services at their syna- ruth a threat to the survival of
Judaism. They condemned the i violations as s m o k i n t. candle-
manner in which some religious lighting, photography or music
occasions have been celebrated in other than vocal at functions spon-
the Philadelphia Jewish commun-i sored by Jewish families or Jew-
ity in recent years. Kosher cater-! ish organizations. In their State-
ers in Philadelphia agreed to abide ment. the rabbis said they would
strictly with the edict for all occa- no1 *'a,,end or officiate at any
lime at functions catered by kosh-
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.. I sions booked since Sept. 1.
The-ban applies" to such Sabbath these Sabbath violations."
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Friday. October 6
Reform Congregations Map Seminar;
UAHC Educator to be Main Speaker
Professional and lay educational j
leaders of South Florida's Reform
synagogues 'will participate in a
day of seminars at Temple I rail
jof Greater Miami on Sunday on
the subject of 'The"Teaching of
Jewish Values." The seminar is
being sponsored by the South Flon-
1 da. Federation of the Union of
'American Hebrew Congregations
: in cooperation with the Bureau of
Jewish Education here.
Guest will be Dr. Chain I. Ess-
rog, director of adult education of
! the Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations. He '.vill address mem-
bers of congre;ational religious
i school boards at 10 a.m. At noon.
Dr. Essrog will speak at a lunch-
eon of religious school teachers
from the eight South Florida Re-
form congregations, and at 2:30
p.m.. he will conduct a seminar on
adult education.
1981
muruty relations. He received h
Doc-orate in philosophv from u,
eard following service .,- a 1 '
!ain during World War |[
On Friday night, Dr Essrog J
preach the sermon :.- m me
pit of Temple Israel.
"Cosnm: |
Ml-1
lopii A

RABBI CHAIM ESSROG
Culminating the holiday season, teen-agers at Temple Men-
orah had a special service for Shemini Atzereth and
Simchas Torah on Monday and Tuesday, followed by kiddush
in the Sukkah which they decorated themselves. United
Synagogue Youth group at the Temple, under the direction of
Mrs. Robert Bloch. youth advisor, started the year with a mem-
bership of over 70 teen-agers. The senior chapter, for teen-
agers in 10th grade and over, is led by Barbara Segal, pres-
ident. Junior chapter, with Michael Lisinsky as president,
welcomes all boys and girls past Bar and Bas Mitzvah age.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz is spiritual leader of the Temple.
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Rabbi Hurwitz
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Rabbi U Leon Hurwitz. spiritual
leader of Temple Zamora. Coral
Gables, has resigned his post.
Max Samuel, president of Tem-
ple Israel. Daytona Beach. Fla..
this week announced the appoint-
ment of Rabbi Hurwitz as spiritual
leader there.
Temple Zamora held Sukkoth
holiday services with guest spirit-
ual leaders officiating in the Coral
Gables congregation's pulpit. Rab-
bi Hurwitz left immediately fol-
lowing Yom Kippur.
Rabbi Hurwitz reportedly askeo
Temple Zamora congregation offi-
cials for a two-year leave of ab-
sence He has since signed a three-
year contract with Temple Israel
in Daytona Beach.
There will be five workshops
for teachers after the luncheon.
Mrs. Jacob Bomstein, of Temple
Israel, will lead the primary
group; Mrs. Harry Ross, Temple
Beth Am, intermediate; Sol Lich-
ter, Temple Beth Sholcm, con-
firmation; Dr. Sidney Besvinick,
Temple Israel, post-confirmation;
and Louis Schwartzman, director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, Hebrew teachers.
Dr. Essrog, who took over the
adult education department for the :
national Reform movement twoi
years ago, is a native Israeli, whose |
family arrived there in 1492 after
expulsion from Spain.
Besides serving a number of pul-
pits in the east, he has been a facul-
ty member at Columbia. McGllI,
Yeshiva University, and Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion.
Dr. Essrog nas a Master's degree |
in social work, and served in van- i
ous capacities in the field of com-!
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JEWISH MORALISTS
\SHER BEN YECHIEL
(Uth Century)
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:. firn thnujh not told as
|(: it not pov> from rhec to
And if one lr/1 fhee a tale.
;\ ml io him ihiJl thou has heard
i jure. Do not fix thine eyes
,, (. -nufh ci Otf? who is Jar 'above
l/u, in wealth hut on those who
behind thee in worldly fortune.
'in mi one to open shame; Bis-
., i ifcj power aj-aitiii am one;
,un it-II u'hrt'.er thou u'l.'r not
,, ii\ be pou/erlen thyself?
: struggle vainglorious!)
, --: ... of shoicmg
. It is Our Spiritual Duty
To Prevent Atomic War
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By RABBI LEON KRONISH
Temple Beth Sholom
The High Holy Days are over,
but the mood a..d mefMg6 h ifter
on: For nearly three years, except
lor France's testing, from October
31, 1958, we had the fulfillment of
nlK's dream. Dunne that time,
the United S'ates, the Soviet Union,
and Great Britain hart pledged
ntm-iives not to test nuclear de-
vices. They hau agreed, tii tne
words < f Isaiah, that nation would
,iot seni alofl nuclear bombs
r nations, nor shall
ihey leal anj more about nuclear
war.
the Soviet I'nmn
1 eked ail peoples on this planet
by the announcement that they
would res ime nuclear testing and
produce a hundred megaton bomb,
and tfcey would 6end this aloft by
rockets capable of delivering the
new bombs to any point on earlh.
The West claims that Soviet
aggression threatens Berlin. Sym-
s
e r v i c e s
J It i s Lx' e e h e n a
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases recetved-after that time will be returned as-proof of
their lateness.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyla ave
Orthodox. Rabbi laaac ever
PYI-..t> i. p. n .! !:.> :30 .1 II
Sermon: "What I'onstltutea J idt -
ism?" Hi r Ml svah: K nneth, son 1
Mr, and Mi- HSdward Marx.
ANSHE EMES.
Const* v.iti.e.
2533
R. '.
SW
SK',.
19th avr
p esieert
BETH DAVID. 262? SW 3'd avr. Con-
aarvat.va Rabbi Norman Shapiro
Cantor William W. LiDscn
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I In i Mi Uil
Mi lark Slf .1

BFTH EL MK> SW l-th av O'thodtx
Rabbi Solomcr Sch.ff
lii>. '
S.l'ii....

BETH EMETH. ^22-I.C \W 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabfc '....a ;>' 1
Cintcr Hyman Fi-.e.
y > ". 1* 11 .- 'hi World
I .. -.P.- .- II
BASBI LION KRONISH
. survival of man
1ETH ISRAEL
thodox. hjJUi
4COC Pratrle ve. Or-
H. louii Rottman.
n"?nnn? .nat* (20) onto
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9ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
,vc. Orthodox. R.-.obi Tibor Stern.
---r- Maunce Mamche*.
Fiiiliiy 5:45 p.m. Raturda) B SO a.m.
bolicaliy. even if ironically, the Soviets claim "that the leading states- -......'.,. i,,. Bt nal HeKlniilna."
men of the United States and its Allies are resorting to threats to take '" "luvah: i*har"n. -. n Mr. and
\ii> Ham v. olo .iz.
to arms and to unleash war as a counter-measure to the conclusion ot a -----
peace treaty with the German Democratic Republic (that is to say. East beth kodesh, 11551 Quau Roost dr.
Germany) and. Iherefore, they must resume testing nuclear weapons,
in addition toother mobilization measures."
The Soviets, in the game of deterrence and atomic blackmail are
nevertheless quite clear in shattering illusions about World War III being
limited and conventional, civilized, rational, a war waged without
thermo-nuclear weapons.
Why then don't we do something? Isn't it a religious responsibility?
Or, are we to flee like haunted creatures from one defensive device to
another, each more costly and humiliating than the one before, cowering
underground one day, breaking up our cities the next, attempting to
surround ourselves with elaborate electronic shields on the third, con-
cerned only to prolong the length of our lives while sacrificing all the
values for which it might be wonhwile to live at all?
What then can you or I do? We can learn the lesson of the crema-
toria. We must confront the terror together. We must believe that
there is no survivalthat there is no safety in shelterthat we can break
through the wall between West and East.
A technology that can build megaton "doomsday" bombs and send
satellites aloft can find a waymust find a wayof reaching the Soviet
peoples and say: "We can only destroy each other. You breathe the
same polluted air. We must not become radioactive dust and ashes."
I pray that in God's Grace, until East and West have agreed to dis-
arm, no one will press the wrong button. I pray that the God of Life
will not let you rest until you have raised such a cry, a clamor, a
crescendo, that there will yet be the miracle of Isaiah's dream, and
this will be a year of "Sholom."
TRANSLATION -
By RABBI SAMUEL FOX
The Seminar of the Kibbutzim
uas c-iablished by t h e Kibbutz
ment 20 years ago. At the
beginning, the seminar served
luefly the kvutzot and kibbutzim,
...
I rflnt pane is prepared m co
J operation with the Spiritual Lead
I en o{ the Greater Miami Rabbin
I cal Assn.
Why dees Jewish tradition forbid
taking Ihe bread off the table
until after the recital of the
grace after meals?
Various reasons are offered for,
this prohibition. Some claim (Ras- j
hi) that this is done in case a poor
man would come in while the peo-
but in the course of years many, pie were still at the table, and
tudents even lrom the cities anc" would thus be able to find some j
< untry towns joined the seminar., bread left for him to eat. Others,
The Seminar of the Kibbutzim ; claim (Modecai Yaffethe L-bush)
- acquired a good name in Israel, that this is done so that we can |
its graduates are welcomed by express our thanks to the Almighty 1 f Jne deceased, so that it would
RAHBl MAX A. LIPCHITZ
Coordinator
Ctmiributor:
RABBI SOLOMON BCHIFf
Gems of Wisdom
BETH TORAH. 164tn t. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
(Chitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
l-iiil:i\ '". p.m. first li.ti Hcrvlce, 8:80
p.m. Beimon: "Judaism and Life
Whlle-U-Walt." Saturdaj S 13 i m,
Bar Mltavah: Robert, son ii Mr, i I
Mra. Bandvllle Smith; Jeffrey, eon "(
vir. nd Mrs. Robe] I lv" In.

CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Straasteld.
Fii.i.i.. 5:.*>5 p.m. Haturdaj 8:10 a.m.
dlncha 6 p.m.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th at.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Friday ,i.i p.in. ...... v ." pi"- er-
inon: "The hinmal Meaaace "i Cie
alion." Sainrilay 9 a.m.
- -
OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "A Ne
\\"..rki fa Born." Saturday H 80 .. i
Sermon: "We Besln the Bible."
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Cantor Harry Zaretsky.
1 inlay 6 p.m. and 8:13 p.m. Sermon
"j^earnlna from Creation." Baturday
;i a.m. ". p.in Sermon: "Portion of
i. vi .-..,, >:30 p.m. Bar liu\ah:
Mitchell, smi of Mr. and Mra. jo* pi
U. tabertt.
i------------------------
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th it. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Cross.
-----
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON
GREGATION. 5E.5 W. 49th St.. Hia-
leah. Reform. Rabbi Marius R,-nson.
Krlday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Creatlo
1964."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Raohi Morton
Malavckv. Cantor Louis Cohen.
I rldnv ".:4r, p.m. Saturdaj 8:30 a.m.
B r MUavah: Aaron, aon of Mr. ami
Mrs. Itputifn Fricrtnian.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Raobi David Lenrtiric
Cantor Abraham Self.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 18th ave. Traditional. Can-
tor Fred Bernstein.
----- -----
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
SEPHA.RDIC
Collins ave.
JEWISH CENTER. 645
Cantor S. Nachmias.
aD educational
'Pen arms.
institutions with
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
Thrrr are four characters sue
' :"i by those who attend the
of study: he who goes and
not practice, secures the re-
gard for going; he uiho practice!
out does not go. secures the re-
ward for practicing; he who ?oes
.:>icJ practices, is a saml, he
goes nor practices.
wicked man.
*
Rabbi Ishmael said Be submis-
- e to a superior affable to a sup-
u>ho
is a
and receive
heerfulness.
all
men with
th
for not only having given us enough
to eatbut even having afforded
us with some to leave over.
Some claim thgt this is done be-
cause the grace after meals asks
for the Almighty to bless "this
house" and "this table." A blessing
not appear as if no one cared for
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein
r*ri p.m. Sermon: "Sabbath or
only comes to a place where there presence of another person pre-
aiready is something tangible. Re-! venls thjs from taking place. Still
moving Ihe bread from the table otncrs c|ajm that the presence of
leaves nothing on the table to make anolher person who watches the
him anymore, and everyone turned irati their backs upon him. Others P
claim that this is done because,
Once the soul has departed from
the body, unclean spirits seek to
enter it (Zohar; Leviticus 88b'. The
the blessing operative. There are
those who claim that this is also
a matter of etiquette. The Talmud
writes that one who cleans every-
thing off the table, not leaving even
a crumb, will never see the sign of
blessing. (Sanhednn 92a).
*
Why does Jewish tiaciition insist
that the corpse ntt be left un-
attended from the time of death
until after the burial?
Some sources claim that this is
required for the honor and dignity
body would prevent any physical
narm from coming unto it.
*
Why is it required to bury limbs
that have been amputated
from a living person?
A full limb that has been ampu-
tated from a living person has the
property of defilement (Tum'ah).
as does a corpse. Thus it is buried
so that no living person be defiled
from coming in contact, or being
under the same roof, with it.
^\
GEMS OF WISDOM
Hi .i'.i un reflect Ot! nil
Iriutns. no longet dream*.
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TA1 MUD
Saturday 9 a.m.
----------
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd st., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham
Reisman.
PYlday v-" p.m. Bermon: "A Ne*
(""reatlvltj Btaturdaj B:80 a.m. Ser-
mon: "A Modern Paradlae."

FEMP.E -ET-i AT/. ',S50 N. Kendall
dr., S Miami. Reform Rab^l Herbert
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner.
|i day B:1S p.m. Bermon: "Ryna-
Koguen are drawing la Bellglogltj
IncreaalnK?" Batui... i 5 a.m. Bar
Mltavah Foel, <' Richard P< rwln.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morris Sxop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Krldaj 8:13 p.m. Bermon: What ^
World Ood Created." Oneg Bhabbal
,.,.:. Mr and MM Bi rnard i
n honor ol i-iil n wedd ng an-
nlvei sarj of I h it pi renta Mi
Mn n..rr> Cohen, Saturda]
a.m.
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
-. *> >-*9Vin Cnnviaer.
PYlday I 16 p.m Bermon: "Are There
IHMinctlve Jewiah ValueaT" Saturday
[0 IS .. m
------------
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
2^nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry
L. Lawrence.
Kriday 8:15 p.m. Bermon by Rabbi
Hen .. Wernlck: ''Getting In the
Croove." .-.Huiiia> i'i a.m. Sermon:
Wei ^i\ Poi i Ion."
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washlna-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
----------
TEMPLE iSRxti. '37 NE 19th st.
Reform. Rabb: Joseph R. Narat.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
PYlday 8:15 p.m. Services conducted
bj Rabbi Morrla W. Graff. Oaeat
speaker, Rabbi Chaltn I. Baarog, di-
reetor of adult education of t'ninn >>r
American Hebrew CV>ngregatkma, win
cm- i-s 'I'oMiiic <"ha<> or Cnsinii-
Hoi ii.
TEMPLE JL'DEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
I i,'.i\ 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "Lilfe a an
Art." Saturday 10:80 a.m. Bar Mlti
...i, Bruce, > ii ol Mr and Mrs. Irv-
ing Uoldt : In
TEMPLE MENORAH. fl20 75th at.
Corervtive. Rabbi Maver Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Krn.a.. sundown. Saturday !* a.m. Bar
Mltavah: Ricky, aon of Mr. and Mi>
r> Waxman. Bermon: "Weekly Por-
i
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. ana
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradl-
tiunai. K.iu..i Luaene Labovitz. Can-
tor S""il Oombcro.
Kriday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "TIih Re-
llgloua Impllcationa of an Empire
n nn Baturd y F i."' m, Ba r
Mitivah: Irving, son of Mr. and Mra
Harold Sehrea; Michael, son of Mr.
and Mra l.eatei I' '.- raky.
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
HYIdaj 8:13 p.m. Bermon: "Bohrooch
i iaboh. Saturday 11 a m Bar Mlta-
vah Michael, ^i"i of Mr. and Mra
Arthur Hlttleman.
------
TFMPLE TlrERETH JACOB. t61
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Kriday 7:30 p.m. Sermon: "Drinking:
' mn LiviiiK Waterw." Cnnsi iration "f
ni \% r. ligioua achool itudenta. Satur-
daj s .i m Sermon: Weekly Portion
of the i,a w."
------------
TEMPLE ZAMORa. 44 Zamora ava.
Conservative.
PYlday 5:45 p.m. Saturda) 8:45 a.m,
Bar Mltavah: Dennis, aon of Mr, ami
Mis i ..-i i.i ni i jreenstaln.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
----- -----
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
Piiilay S:3o p.m. Sermon: "In the Be-
glnning God." Oneg Bhabbal host:
Siaterh.....I. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon:
Man Makes, God Createa."
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rahbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday 15 p.m Sermon: "Return to
Si rmalcy." Saturday I a.m.
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE
Ortnofix. Raobi B^erwin
171st at
Stauber.
by.:......:..: ..:. .:...::... : l.r.i|i|ll:;l:illll
CANDULIGHTING Tim
26 Tishri 5:48 p-m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chass aaBBBlSBSBja
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+Jen is* fkridtian
Friday. October 6.
Browsing With Books:
By HILARY MINDLIN
Will Israel Reborn Again Enchant the Jewish People?
THE WILD GOATS OF EIN GEDI. By Herbert Weiner.
312.pp. New York: Doubleday. $4.50.
IN JERUSALEM, a friend said. "If it is religion you are
* looking for. you have come to the wrong land.'" But
for Rabbi Herbert Weiner of Temple Israel, a Reform
congregation in South Orange. N.J.. it was a search which
took him back to Israel fourteen times in fifteen years,
to culminate finally in this "journal of religious encoun-
ters in the Holy Land." Is spiritual creativity dead in th"
land of Israel.' Do the ancient forms of the great religions
lie fallow across the fields, neither seeding nor (lowering?
Or is there still something in the strangely bright light
and harsh extremes of climate and topography which will
again force its majesty into the human soul?
Rabi.'i Weiner sought among the Moslems and step-
ped deeply into the separation of church and state contro-
versj which disturbs Western Jews SO greatly. But in
United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
the Middle East, he says, the concept of religious freedom
has a different meaning: it connotes the "right of a
minority community to ensure its existence." to control
the lives of its adherents: allow the individual the freedom
to act outside of his religion and you have "deprived the
religious community of its inherited and sacred rights."
Moslems, moreover, live in a specially difficult predica-
ment, for there is no tradition in Islam which glorifies
the minority status, which says blessed arethe meek,
which transforms exile into exaltation and responsibility.
For the East, time is a never-ending river, the un-
winding of a film which has already been made, but for
the West, there is newness, goal and conclusion. Yel
among the Christians in the land, the subject which the
church calls "Mysterium Israelis, the mystery of Israel"
produces an odd paralysis, a suction backwards. The
Darmstadt nuns who want to expiate Nazi crimes, the
angry Father Ellas from Mount Carmel, .lochanan of the
Mongi Slim: Enemy of a UN Member Nation
i nited Nations
|J?W LONG DOES it lake for a tear
" to dry? What speed transforms
n rning into electric ambition? How
iti was Ibis House the day word
cami Dai Hammarskjold's death!
A: <'. how cynical did it become within
24 hi
Hammarskjold's broken bones were
i yel interred in the soil of his home in Sweden, when
the 1 for succession had begun, oh. to bt sure, there
v<.- ncere griei when the first cables arrived, reporting
the tragedy. Traged) it was, Not only to diplomats.
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTuN FRIEDMAN
Those Arab Refugees
Washington
APPEASEMENT OF the Arabs
^* at Israel's expense by pres-
sure at the United Nations to give
0 n e million Arab relugees a
"choice"' of returning to Israel dis-
turbs Congressmen of both parties.
Arab residents are rioting
against Israel; widespread dis-
loyalty and underground subversion are disclosed.
But the State Department is telling Congress that
Israel must open its borders to all the Arab refugees
who want to live in the Jewish State.
The State Department view was given to the
House Appropriations Committee in testimony on for-
eign operations appropriations for 1962. The Depart-
ment announced that "friendly relations with the
United Arab Republic are an indispensable requisite
to the resolution on important area problems."
The Department's new thinking was spelled out
by Howard R. Cottam, Deputy Assistant Secretary
lor Economic Affairs. Cottam said: "The UAR is
perhaps the largest and strongest militarily and
economically of the Arab states, and the role that
Mr. Nasser plays with his Arab brothers is a vital
"one. He also is increasing his participation on the in-
ternational scene. He needs external assistanceit
is our policy to assist him in order to avoid the alter-
native of total reliance on Soviet aid."
Mr. Cottam made known that the Administration
was concerned about the Arab refugees for political
as well as humanitarian reasons. He pointed out that
the United States is a member of the UN Palestine
Conciliation Commission and charged by resolu-
tion of the last U.N. General Assembly to formulate
a report by Oct. 15 "whereby the refugees could be
Offered the alternative of repatriation to their homes
or compensation."
Cottam indicated that Israel would be pressed to
Offer repatriation to all Arab refugees. But the De-
partment of S'tate was convinced" that "pressing"
the Arabs to relax boycott and blockade tactics af-
fecting American citizens and companies "would in-
tensity the very restrictions we are seeking to re-
move."
Secretary of State Dean Rusk said simultaneous-
ly that the United States supports implementation of
a IN resolution "which provides the relugees the op-
tion Of repatriation ... or of compensation lor those
who do not wish to return "
Members of the Appropriations Committee were
angered by aspects of the State Departments.testi-
mony. Rep. John J. Rooney, New York Democrat,
led the attack. Rep. Rooney held that State Depart-
ment insistence on giving a mass of hostile Arabs a
"right" to legally invade Israel "represents the wild-
est oi thinking insofar as f am concerned."
Rep. Rooney wrote Secretary Rusk: "I am afraid
that the Administration may be moving in the wrong
direction pressing Israel to repatriate Arab refu-
gees an initiative that could prove to be both im-
practical and unjust."
Also to many others, like this correspondent, who, for so
long, had known this great man. Never, in all th years
this writer has been reporting the work of Dag Ham-
marskjold, has Hammarskjold been accused, in this de-
partment, <>t doing am thing but the duty as he saw it.
in the truest sense of the word. Hammarskjold was the
man who to use one of his favorite phrases Insisted
on "the will to peace." He hit hard on that theme in
regard to Arab-Israeli as on ail other matters affecting
war and peace.
Yet, as soon as he was gene, delegates here were
willing and ready to forget that prime principle, that
fundamental need for a will to peace expressed in abso-
lute fairness to all sides involved in any dispute Without
.shame, delegates from countries considered among Is-
rael's most trustworthy friends were willing to consider
the election of Tunisia's Mongi Slim a* the acting execu-
tive chiel of the United Nations.
In his drive toward peace. Hammarskjold had counted
heavily on the Middle East as an area where he could
prove the possibility of peace. The Middle East was one
region where Hammarskjold had more personal respon-
sibilities than given to the' Secretary-General in regard
to any other area in the world. Hammarskjold personally
was the commander in-chief and sole elected officer re-
sponsible for:
1. The day-to-day work of the United Nations Truce
Supervision Organization and the four Mixed Armistice
Commissions in charge of supervising the uneasy "peace"
between Israel and four Arab states: the United Arab
Republic, which includes both Egypt and Syria, Jordan
and Lebanon.
2. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for
Palestine Relugees. furnishing relief for the Arab refugees.
3. The Palestine Conciliation Commission, composed
of the United States. France and Turkey but actually run
out of Hammarskjold's office.
4. The United Nations Emergency Force.
Wherever there is or was a "United Nations pres-
ence" that "presence" was under the personal juris-
diction of the Secretary-General. Hammarskjold had
hoped that, sooner or later, he might prove to the world
that he could achieve a modus vivendi between Israel and
its Arab neighbors thereby proving that the "will to
peace" could be transformed into the reality of peace.
As soon as Mongi Slims name was projected as the
possible successor to Hammarskjold, even on a short-
term, pro-tern basis, friends of Israel here wondered:
How far can cynicism go? How can the United Nations
forget that Slim, a Tunisian, a Moslem whose government
is a member of the Arab League, whose state does not
recognize Israel, could not possibly fall into the category
of fair umpire in any dispute, minor or major, concerning
Israel and the Arab states?
OH the Record
By NATHAN 2IPRIK
Little Brothers of Jesus they dream e< plan |,
tian seeds in the desert: but the soil which mi. louriik
them is Hebraic.
The "leap backward in time" which assail- both lev
and Christians in Israel allows both to view their belief8
from new directions but the conclusions are metim !
ancient. A group of Jewish Baptists in Haifa ai trying
form a Jewish church within the church, a pro1 which
was argued nearly two thousand years ago in .'. rusalen
The Neturai Karta. the devout Orthodoxy o | ,. MPak
Shearim, also lie rootless upon the land. (0 ;,
viability. "It manifestly is absurd to believe thai u p have
been waiting two thousand years in so much a .|,
merely in order to finish up by playing the sa role fa
the world as an Albania or a Honduras." Tl nave a
point: but they do nothing to change the role. ", ,| ,he
Sabras. unmodulated like the tones of their
digging avidly in the rocks for proof of their ii
they confuse the past with their future' Not
Gurion: "I am sure Moses believed God spoke i
perhaps there is a God, but I just can't believe C
spoke to him."
For there is something unfulfilled and un-
the Jewish State. Will the land again enchant
so that out of Zion shall come forth tin I;,
Weiner believes it will, but
uaae.
- do
Ben-
-'tn. and
really
in a new waj
past. Not a mystic, he oevertheli
ds, seeking rational answers: it is |h< .
winch lies at the heart cf Israel's probh m, tl
ness of Caesar and God.
If you read only one book on Israel '.hi- j you
s-houio read this one.
I in
leople,
Rabbi
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Bible Quiz Answers
"SRAEL is going aheai
1 Bible Quiz. The> Ii ok
o this with as much interc-'
o a championship prize fig
1 wonder how many there can
nswer the following Bib i
ions. Can you? 1 At what
f the day was Adam created .'.
Vho was the smallest man In the
Bible? 3. Who is the straightest man mention..! :n
the Bible? 4. What tennis player is mentm
Who slept live in a bed?
The answers: 1. A little before Eve. : Knee-
High-Mia (Nehimiah). 3. JosephPharaoh in.
a ruler over Egypt. 4. Joseph he serve n the
King's courts. 5 Davidthe Bible says he slpt uith
his forefathers.
How many did you know? The Bible ha; every-
thing. Lincoln said the Bible was the best cure for
the blues. Lincoln's style is said to hav been molded
00 the Bible.
Dr. Stuart Rosenberg in an interesting lif'e irk
on the Bible points out how much of our English
speech is seeded with Biblical expressions. Phrases
like "thorn in the flesh," "millstone around ne
neck." We go on using scores of these expression!
most of us not knowing that they are derived front
the Bible. Many of us who are aware that they are
Biblical would be hard put to tell where the;- come
lrom. The other day I heard a young American Jew
say that "Cast your bread into the waters" comes
from the New Testament.
To our fathers, the Bible was the summum bon-
um. They studied every word; every verbal pecu-
liarity had a reason, a special significance Rabbi
Levi Itzehak used to say that when the Messiah
comes, even the blank spaces between the words
would be found to have meaning.
i UOWWiu
Recollections of the Blaustein Gurion Pledge
i
.. .
THE FOLLOWING is lrom a friend whoi
is very close to the American Jew
ish Committee, though not m any oil'i-
cial or even semi-official capacity, i have I
pondered the reason for his raising the
issue anew and for reopening the dOOl I
to controversy; but, very honestly, 1 have |
not been able to come up with a satisfac
tory answer. However, if I were of the!
breed of predicting columnists. I would hazard the guess
that it points the finger to another communication to the
Committee by Mr. Ben-Gurion.
"Controversy grabs headlines; agreements usually
have a more difficult time catching the public eye. An
exception to this journalistic rule was the recent joint state-
ments by Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and
Honorary American Jewish Committee President Jacob
Blaustein, clarifying the relationship of Israel to Jews in
other countries.
"The announcement of the understanding between
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion and Jacob Blaustein gained
widespread attention and discussion. Essentially it reaf-
firmed, clarified and strengthened the agreement they had
reached ten years earlier in Jerusalem 111 tnis provocative
issue. The understanding embodied these basic principles:
Israel'.speaks only tor its own people; the Israel govern-
ment will do nothing to interefere with or undermine the
status and security of Jewish commun:: abroad; the
emigration to Israel is a matter of one's own free discre-
tion.
"These firm views were extremely welcome coming
as they did in the wake of Ben-Gurion's report- remarks
at the 25th World Zionist Congress, which held that Jews
throughout the world were obligated to emigrate to Israel
and that true Judaism can only be pracuceel within the
state of Israel.
"It is quite obvious that if this relationship between
Israel and Jews in other free democracies had not been
clarified. Israel would havt lost considerable good-vu'I
among American Jews,
"It is now four months since all this tcok place. Adding
up the impact of the events, it is obvious that the Blair
stein-Ben-Gurion agreement remains fresh in the public S
mind, while the side issue is forgotten. It is also clear
tbat the ideas and spirit of the agreement are of vital long-
range importance to both American Jews and Israel."


Friday. October 6. 1961
InvM* MrrSHtinr
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LEGAL NOTICE
",N TH- CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
F. 6VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOP DA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 6'C 3647
I KM N SAVINGS BANK,
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I v. HAMILTON, JR and
uu.'l.Y irAMI A '
K UVTLKR,
NOTICE 0=- SUIT
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R v, LEEPER,
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I..-22-29. 10/9-13
NO-ICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. BH41-B
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVFI.'H JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 6IC 3359
fARTERB T SAVI -' > .v LOAN
VSSIK'IAI N,
Iialni
v -
ALMA l>ARDfS, i n t i a oman and
I'AX A VI ^ICAN I N \NC|.: CO.,
Is.".
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NOT C OF SUIT
1 M..M \ BARDIS', single woman
Sir-.-'
1 'irioinnatl, Ohio
V"n are h.-i-^b_> notified that the
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Court :h^ Judicial Ciri-iilt lof Plor-
NOT 2E tlVJcfl
FICT'TIO'JS NAME LAW
NOTICK SIVEN thai
llilernlgi
Pi UN PA INH s MOTKL 21
POCNTAINHEAD MOTEL it 16001
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 4!,
t li aaid i
with the Clert
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a Ploi i i in. Sole Uwner
MARVIN I WIENE I
II.J Ml .Ml LU.ll
: Ainalej Rldg., Miami 32, Fla
32-29 ll>/<
C RCC'T COURT. TH JUDICIAL
C RCUIT. OADE COUNTY.
FLOR-O* IN CHANCERY
No. 6'C 3557
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NOTICE UNO=R
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY OIVEN thai
the undemlgned, desiring to ^nitas' in
hualnesa under the fictitious name of
RHX MUSIC & CrOARETTES at
12301 B.W Mth St., Miami Intends
to register aaid mime with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
REX HOLLET
.-2^-^>. 10/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Uusim-.-.- under the fictitious name ol
POST PACKAOE at 0-i E. 4th A\--
nue, Hlaleah intends to register laid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MOBAM CORP.
By: Morris I.. Copperman, President
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorn.> fv- Purchaser
Miami Beach, Florida.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Y- ". I, TdNI HiLToN Mi K IRE, I'SS
1034 i Fleet P.O.
N Y N V ire n..!:..I I
cop) of > lur ansM to Dlvon Com-
plaint fiie.i against ;: on Plalntlfrs
atti rney, rsBORtiE NICHOLAS 1218
N\v 7th St Mi in I, PI. and file
i.il with Clerk ol this Court ." or
before October 16, 1961, otherwise
,i tint will be confessed by you,
i 'ATED, September 7, 19 I
K rt LBATHHRMAN,
t'lerk of the Circuit Court
(Mai) Bj E. H. LANW w,
Deput) Clerk
;> 15-22-29, 10/8
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
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NOTICE 3Y PUBLICATION
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ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.OA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 61C 10OTT
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOT CE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE I--' HEREBY UIVEN "
the undi m ei !. deslrl g to i gage in
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II \i:i;n\V VNU SUiANE I
ICAL ass. '. I VTU >N and or I
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ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MIAMI
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t< mli to registe irlth tho
. 'lerk >.i Hi-- Cln uil
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ih. undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name :
HOB'S TRAILERVILLB PARK at
il':i N w. 7th St.. Miami Florida In-
tend* to register Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade
Coui '' P1' rlda
HAROLD BEHtOER
BO .- ( iwnel-
: 15-22-29 10 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 61C 9753
YOLAN MEZEY,
Plaintiff.
\ B
STEVE MEZEY,
Defendant.
YOC. gTEVE MEZEY, ARK HERE-
BY NOTIFIED to file >our detense
pleadings to this sull with this
court's Clerk, and serve a copj on
Plaintiff's attorney, richai:d ai.t-
shci.i-:r. 504 Seybold Building, Mi-
ami, Florida, on or before October 16.
1961; else the Complaint will he taken
as confessed by i 11.
Dated. Septemb-r 13. l''6l.
I LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Mai) r. M CAVALARIS
Deputy i 'le-L
.i 15-22-29, l'> '.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
h.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
busim inder the fictitious name of
COLE MAN CLINIC, INC. u 10800
!-- !; tulet ird, Ml imi, Ploi Ida
Intends t. register -.i I name ith
the llerk of the < ii ult I 'o irt of
Dade. County, Florida
ALEX TROJANi iWSKI
Sole i.vner
MARX M PABBR
Attornej I ir Applli ant
1512 .Congress iiii.;
S-22-29. 10 '6
and for Dade County to fore-
a mortgage upon the followint:
Ida i
. lose
described real property:
t.l 14 Block 21, FIRST ADDITION
TO MYitTi.K DROVE, according to
the I'lat thereof, recorded in Plat
Book .".7 at Page 2 Public Records
of i....I- i ounty, Florida.
You are required to file your an-
ss/er I.. plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk oi the aforesaid Court, and
servi a copy thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney martin FINE, 14th Floor
Dode ].'.-.leral Buildimt. Miami 32.
Florida, not* later than October 16.
1161. or a Decree Pro Confesao will be
entered against you.
Dated at Miami, Florida this 7th
111 of .- prember, issi.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
1 .Ii )!y: M. CAVALARIS,
I i.niity Clerk
MARTIN KINK
At I..rney :> Plain tfff
itth Fi.,r Bade Federal Building
Ml imi :i^, Florida
9/1S-22-2S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 61C 9650
THE NEW YORK SAVINGS BANK,
a n w Y irk i lorpoi itl in,
Plaintiff,
CHARLES R SCHUYf-ER JR el al,
"''"""'llnrirp OF SUIT ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
,, ,,rr?Tj?. ?rui VI I'R IR FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
",: '';Vv ,v v ICY. KI- COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
and NAN" "i ( >n iun No 61C 7174
Q&SOZ lie, VlfftalJ THK ,;1:,,:'KI'YN SAVINGS BANK.
VOUARK HEREBY NOTIFIE1..... ">rp ..-..fon.
, aull has I......' brought against you I
by THK NEW YORK 8 A, V IN OH ._lAftRS"i,pHT nom aflffl
"ANK U ibove-entltled Court, TOTORISWHMMBTOiand
. foreoloae i mortgage encumbering Defewlante
the following deacr......i property, to- notice of suit
*'it:, i-.u 17 CUTLER RIDOE TO ISIDORE SCHLESSER and
BHCTiOM FIVE ac. ordlnj ha kacmnk SCHLESSER. his wife.
;'- thereof recorded In fat Book JgJ&F&ftSS?
h&&&& Flortdrb,,C '....... Vouare'herX* noBfled that the
"' ":V.1.....SH'm2?LiMf.Hi|. above oaptloned action has been In-
Together wl '''A..IK i. .n= -tttuted agalnat you In the Circuit
ix>' 'rZ^rtz;rinin^or^ae1 sssg? &
S07; Nutone Hood NO. Ij(,t in Block 41 (lf first ADDI-
and you are required to tile your T,. Tn vYRTI.F OROVE ac-
-r^diSMVScoUr^,,Use;m JS^^gSgA
;'rWr;;fU,m?, ^lWe.%5H^ Y^'tr. required to file yur un-
U?n^W Vt UM Bait Hairier Street, swer to plaintiffs complaint with the
STS'l.* *VrVri% SnS -H. not later October 16,
>mII be entered against you for the
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 6IC 10075
SUSAN 1. BRANDY,
Plaintiff,
DONALD H. BRANDT,
1 i.-fendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; DONALD H. BRAND!
211 Augusta Drive, Apartment 2,
North Syrucuse, New York
You DONALD II BRANDY are her.--
h> notified that a BUI of Complain!
for Divorce has been filed ugalnst
you, and you ire required to .-
copy ol your Answer or Pleading to
ihe I'.iii of Complaint "ti the plaint-
iff* Attorney, SANFORD M SWERU
I.IN. Suite 319 Seybold Building, Mi-
ami. County of Dade, Florida and file
the original Answer or Pleading In
the office ol the clerk ..i the Circuit
Court on or before the 30th > ol
October, 1961 If you tail to do so,
Judgment bj default will be
against you for the relief dema I
in ihe Bill of Complaint
DONE AND ORDERED it Mtnml,
Ki rlda, this 21ai daj of September,
AH 19(1.
c i. WEATHERMAN
Clerk -.i the I Ir tit I !ourt
(seal) Bj M. CAVALARIS;
i >eputy Clerk
SANFORD M. SWERDLIN
Mine >!:> Sej ., lid Bldg.
Miami. Florida
Attoi ne} for P miff
>/23 10 6-13-20
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the flctll I ime
ol THE PAMPERED LADY .' 6208
S. Dixie Highway, South Miami In-
tends to register said name with 'no
Clerk ol the Circuit !o irt ol I ada
Count). Florida
MARSTAN IN '.
A Fla Corp.
HENRY NORTON
Attornej for Applicant
14.>6 Blscayne Bldg
9 29 10/6-13-20
relief demanded in the complaint.
DATED this Sth day of September.
1961.
B. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of tne circuit court _,
Dad C i i i Florida
,...,:, By: M CAVALARIS,
I leputy Clerk
DAVIO P CATSMAN
I4th Floor at "i B Flagler St
Miami 32, Florida
9/15-22-29, l''5
1961, or a Decree Pro Confesso will
entered against you.
D-iterl at M'ami. Florida this 7th
day of September. 1951.
E K. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) By: M CAVALARIS,
Deputy Clerk
MART IN FINE
v rn -v for i'laintlff
14th K ooi I -ii I lull Ime
\i laml :, Florida
-22-29, 10,6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Nj. 53797-C
IN RE; Estate ..f
.Nam v .! SW BETINl;.
l...... i
NOTICE TO CRED'TORS
To All Cred to UI Persona Hav-
ing < i.i ma or U imands Agul -' I
i-:.-i.ite.
You are herein notified and requir-
ed to present an) claims ind demands
is tii.-i...... have against th
late ol Nanc) J Sweeting, I.....ased
late of Dade County, Florida, t.. the
County Judges oi I) ide Co .": > ind
rile the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Se. Ion 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, in theii offices in the Count)
Courthouse n l-.ie Counts. M.....la,
vsitliiii six calendar month.- from tin
tun.- oi the III.-'' publication hereof,
or the same will o,- barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2.'.th
day oi September, A.D. 1961
CARRIE M HYDE as Executrix
..I tt-..- Batata of Nancy i Sweeting,
i leceased
CLAUDEM BARNES
Attorney lor Kxecuirix
302 Calumet Hldg.
M ami. Florida
9/29, 1 1/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HOST SANDWICH SHOP at num-
ber 24f N i; Und Avenue in tne City
of Miami. FI >n.la intends to register
the sai.l name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
l>ated at Miami. Florida, this 15th
day of September, 19>>1
HYMAN BROD8KY, Sole rwner
i ioldmai i
:: 109 \\ aa| Flatter Street
Miami, K irlcU
Attoi ne) s foi Applicant
'.. 29
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN OBOBATE,
No. 52420
IN RE Estate of *A
HARRY ISAACSON
I >eceased
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Aga >- Said
K.-t ate.
You, and each ou, are h
notified a el requii I to pr< > iny
claims and demands whl h you, or
either >; you, ma) hnve agalnal the
asti.....' H VRRY Isaacs, i.n le
..ased lat,- of I'a.ie County, Florida,
to the Honorable Count) Judg of
Da.i. cunts, and file thi same In
their ..ui..-.- in the Count) -
house in I ude l' >unl y, F irl I i
in ,-i\ calendar months from the
,.f the first publication hereol Said
claims "i" demands I > ontaln tho
legal address of th ilmant and to
be sworn to a "i present '> is atore-
sai.l. : -...... III bi b irre '
1 >ai. .1 s. ptember 27th, A.D 1961
syi.via SCHNEIDER
As Executrix if I '"'
Testament of HARRY ISAACS! I -J
I leceusi .1
BEN ESSEN
Attorn. ) for I !xe utr >
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 53-16' C
IN RE: Estate >f
8AMI KL TEITELBAUM
D. .-. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i 'realtors and VII P lav-
ing Claim- or >em .. ds Vgalni Said
Estate
You are here >) i itifled ind re-
quired t.. present any claims le
iiiaini- which you ma) have against
the estate ol SAMUEL TEITEL-
BAUM deceased late of Dad County.
Florida, to thi I' >unl i Judges of
Dade County, i I fll the same in
their offices In the Count) Co
house in Dade County, Florida within
.-i\ calendar months from the date ol
the lirst publication hereof, or tho
same will be barred.
B8TBLLF. SI.- .MOVITZ
Administratrix of the
Estate of Samuel Teitelbaum
MARK SILVER8TBIN
Attorney
420 Lincoln B.I.. Miami BeaOh, Via.
.Ii: >-1401
9/29. 10/6-K1-2O
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, leslrlng to engage In
businVss iin.iei the fictitious names of
EQUITABLE MORTGAGE & 1N-
VESTMENT CO i Not IncJ; BMICO;
EQUITABLE REALTY; EQUITABLE
Rl-:\l. ESTATE; BQUITABLB
MORTGAGES BQUITABLB IN-
VBSTMENTS BQUITABLB REAL
TV. MORTGAGES .v rNVESTMENTS
al 220 Tist Street, Miami Beach i"-
tends to reg with tho
Clerk of th.- I 'ourt of Dade
. 'ount) Fli
MITCHEL KRAMER
9/15-22-29, 10/6


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....SOCIALITE
th<
0(7,
ovnan s
"World
"dfewlslti Fioridian
by ISABEL GROVE
Miami, Florida. Friday, October 6. 1961
Section B
Part-time residents. Dr. and Mrs. William Spielberg, of 1519
, ,',' ave Coral Gables, recently sold their estal i i P ekskiU.
i: n levote full time to their musical interests here
1|(" vi0|W With the Miami University Symphony Orchestra.
., : their chamber music group which meets
k Spielbergs have |USl returned from Israel
1 ., the fifth World Assembly of the Isra ed-
i rusalem in August Dr. S served
,, oj nertcan Physicians Fellow- branch
| el Medical Assn------
v ,.,- si back from Israel. Mr id Mr udwig
K, of 117 s. Shore dr Ret irned in time to
g ddaughter, Lorri She has tu thers,
,,n !ren of Lawrence and Marsha Kos who
nkei i senior K's hom< tov n ix : igo .
, .;ap. Bvent, daughter Carol's v rdaj to
oldman I,, lack M Idred Falk relaxing in their Na Ir, I'ome
ctic : fascinating six weeks seeing Lake Louise, Bantf
couver ... Dr. Falk, who has lrav< i snsively in
beii the Canadian Rockies and the Grand Canyon
compan in magnificence with anything over there,. Beth found
Disnej and fas '- and are certa.n they couldn't ha e ... yed
.r tn. n i they were children.
*
e local group of friends and relatives joining Mrs. Ethel
Schonleld-Gerson, of Coral Gables, in Darien. Ga., for the mar-
riage ol her son, Dr. Gordon Gerson. to Evelyn Bramlett on Oct.
13 Party includes Ethel's brother. Ate SchonfeLd. and wife.
Beryl Mrs, Michael Forer, Gordon's cousin. Mrs. Joseph Imbry.
and Lee and Louis Goldman, of Coral Gabies He's to be a
groomsman ...
A loursome off to spend a month er more in Europe and
Israel are Dr. Leo Levin and his pretty wife. Edith. John Serbin
and his attractive G?orgiannc ...
Thi David Baloghs, of Arthur Godfrey rd who just returned
f; .in ,1. pan when- they bought a pearl farm, have left again for
Antwerp where 'he> have a diamond factory That's where
girls' best friends" are cut and marked, not manufactured.
- -*
-l of honor at a reception Friday, in the home of Mr. and
Alexander Yoangerman on Prairie ave.. was Edna Chaucer.
Mhcsi exhibition of paintings and sculpture had just opened at
Miami BeacM Art Center Co-hostesaes were Mesdames
Rudy Baum, Hairy Mittell and Seymour Waldman Oth?r
es'ts offering congratulations were the Bertram Wallers, the
rrj Zuckernicks, Mrs. Leon Green. Dr. and Mrs J. Axelrod.
rnett Breeskin. the Paul Barnes, the George Stearns, Morton
ucer, the Benjamin Gimlys. Balfouria Gilad. George Price,
Dr. Mart) Promm, and Mr. and Mrs. John Orr.
. *
Karen Adler and Bill Lechner are sharing a future Saturday
for their Bas and Bar Mitzvah. so will also share a Bar-B-Q party
their friends at Karen's home. 1880 S, Treasure dr.. this Sat-
aj evening ... A more sophisticated cocktail party will be
ted by Mr and Mrs. Samuel Adler on Sunday. Oct. 15, alter
ceremony Here for the happy occasion is Karen s grand-
, other, Mrs. Samuel (Ruth) Shinensky. of New York, where she is
known as executive chairman of Sisterhood Beth El in B.ro Park,
oklyn, and associate conductress of Menorah chapter of East-
em Star .
open house for"her many friends. Saturday night, at home of
Barbara Laskins, 8060 SW 42nd st. Hopes to see man) ... her
former classmates from the University of Miami ... A psychol-
major, she received her sheepskin there in June.
- -
A six-foot-high ice cake featuring life-size photographs of
Judge Emmet C. Choate and his wife shared the spotlight with
them at the bon voyage party last week hosted by Jerri and Pan
Pollak at their Tnunderbird motel Colorful European travel
posters suspended from the ceiling gave the Choates a preview ol
what they would s?e on their six-week tour of the continent where
they will visit Paris, Rome, nnd Londcn Guests enjoying din-
ner and dancing, and laying farewell, included the Jefferson
Fords, the William Stubblefields. the Henry Sinclair-, the Guy
Htxons. Mr. and Mrs. D.Gorman. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Witz. the
i nes Dickeys, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lau. the George Kennedys,
M. Miller, and Timothy Smith.
., -
Friends of Mrs Evelyn Byrd will be relieved to hear that
her father, Eugene Lyon, of the Blackstone Flower ahop. has word
that she is out of danger after a recent car accident Evelyn
had just left her two small children. Janet and Judy, at school
v, hen the collision occurred .
Popular dining place, the Pub in Coral Gables, was the site
of a quiet dinner a deux for Rabbi and Mrs. Herbert Baumgard.
of Temple Beth Am.
- -
Gene and Flora Kahn Hew back from Paris after ten days of
resting ... The resting, of course, included much shopping and
sight-seeing in France with eight of the ten days away from
the capital city ... The Kahns think that's a record for tourists,
who rarely get awav from the shadow of the Eiffel Tower .
Instead, they "did" the country as much as they could in the brief
time available, taking the cue from their six-week stay in Israel,
where the Kahns had gone over the topography with a fine comb
except for the big cities and brought with them more knowledge
about Israel than the '-city-slickers" carry away .
Anyway, it wilt be a lovely social honoring their return Sat-
urday evening, with some thirty-five couples invited to the Kahns'
palatial manse off Old Cutler.
"Sisterhood Gypsy," a skit directed by Mrs.
Herbert Kaplan, foretells a successful future for
Temple Menorah Sisterhood. Through song
and costume. Sisterhood ladies "gazed into
the crystal ball" at their opening meeting of
the season last Wednesday night in the Tem-
ple's new Social Hall. Sisterhood president,
Mrs. Ray Morse, predicted that this year "will
be an outstanding one." Participating in the
program were Mesdames Alex Barad, Marge
Blitstein, Robert Bloch, Rita Epstein, Lester
Goldberg, Norman Harrow, Herbert Kaplan,
Saily Kurman. Arthur Lee, Stuart Levitt, Al
Mechlowitz, David Singer, and Leo Sonnen-
blick, with Selma Glass at the piano.
BB Women Plan
Cruise to Nassau
B'nai B'rith Women ot Miami
ire planning a three-day trip to
'. i tsau in December.
Tnj trip will be on the luxurious
Israeli liner. SS Jerusalem, whijli
leav !8 Miami on Dec. 5 at noon.
The trip will include three days
and two nights of festivities in com-
ition of Israel's Bar Mitz-
vah year. Twelve hours aboard
ship will feature food and drink.
lU'j {quarters in Nassau will be
raid Beach hotel for two
I laj and t o nights, wiili
T ie group will return to Mi-
ami by plane.
[n charge of information are Mrs.
Betty Birchansky, chairman. IMS
ja, Coral Gables, and Mrs.
2923 Coconut Grove
: imi
Rehearsing for "Who Needs Money." a musical bv Del Bren-
sen and directed by Bob Brenner, which will be presjnted by
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom on Saturday ond SunHav
evenings, Oct. 14 and 15, in the Temple auditorium are Bar-
bara Berkman, Arlene Reibel end Isabelle Greene, ail mem-
bers of Sisterhood. Proceeds go to Sisterhood's religious
school 3ubsidv fund. Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer is Sisterhood
president, and Mrs. Stanley LevinsOn is chairman of the play
project.
Friendship Set As Party Theme
Miss America
Contest Version
Monthly luncheon meeting of the
Opti-Mrs. of Miami Beach on Tues
day, 11:30 am., at the Seville ho
- ill feature an original version
of the Miss America contest pro-
I bv Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich,
{ram chairman.
Member* stirring in the skit are
Mrs. Gene Troop. Mrs. Leonard
and Mrs. Stanley Peal.
Mrs. Melvin Richard, president,
hat plans will be an-
nounced for the club's main fund-
ng affair, a dinner dance in
F sbr tarj.
"The Heart of Sisterhood is
Friendship" will be the theme of
the seventh annual membership
party on Wednesday evening when
Sinai Sisterhood begins its fall ac-
tivities. Mrs. Sam Lubell is presi-
dent.
Program chairman, Mrs. Edward
Aucrbach. will present the Tem-
ple's dramatic group in an original
musical revue. "My Fair Lady,"
under the direction of Mrs. Paul
Fink
Membership chairman is Mrs
Jack Kirschbaum. Refreshments
and prizes will follow the program
They'll Mark
Fifty Years
Mr and Mrs. Joseph (Celia)
Spritz. of 1042 W. 47th ct.. ware
married on Oct. 5. 1905. in St. Louis,
they lived until they came
to Miami Beach six years ago.
A family dinner will mark the
occasion of their 56th wedding an-
niversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Spritz have a son,
an; a daughter. Mrs. Stanley
Tuvil; a grandson. Bobbie
iranddaughter, Mrs. Larry
-, and two great-grandchild-
ren.


Pacre 2-B
+Jewist> norkfiati
Friday. October
6, 196!
Cooki
c
orner
Mildred
G.
Bellin
In the early days of Jewish his
tory, when our forefathers had
finished gathering all their crops
in the autumn, they celebrated the
merriest festival of the year. Later
this festival was given a national,
historic meaning which linked it to
the nomadic beginnings of our peo-
ple, when they dwelt in tents or
huts. All this we too celebrated as
we observed the festival of Sukkos.
and dined in sttkkas. or booths,
trimmed with the fruits of the har
vest, or at tables similarly decorat-
ed.
Much later, in fact many cen-
turies after the destruction of the
Temple, Simchas Torah was added
to the festival, and during the Mid-
dle Ages the seventh day of the
holiday. Ho.-hana Kabba. took on
many ol the traits ot a second Yom
Kippur. Inasmuch ai eating Meet
Kreplach is a tradition of the day
before Yom Kippur a< well as Pu-
iim. serving them has become a
customtry observance of this sev>
enth day. Also, on Sukkos. honey
is placed on the table to be served
with the first slice of bread In
many homes, stuffed Cabbage,
known too as Holishkes or Prokes,
and a rich Strudei are prepared
a- special treats at some time dur-
ing the festival. Aside from these,
there are no specified foods which
arc traditionally eaten at Sukkos
Any favorite delicacy is appropri-
ate However, since Sukkos has
much of the spirit of the American:
Thanksgiving, one menu could fea-
ture turkey and cranberry sauce to '
symbolize how grateful we are to
live in a land of plenty.
I
The menu suggested here is
based on the custom of serving
Stuffed Cabbage and Strudei fnj
Jewish menus, the cabbage balls |
are sometimes offered as an appe-!
tizer and sometimes as the main
di-h of a simple family meal. Since,
this is a holiday meal, they are)
presented as the "forshpise" in;
small portions to whet the appe-'
tite. A Vegetable Soup could fol-
low, although this may be omitted I
if the meal seems adequate with-'
out it. For the main dish there is
the ever-favorite brisket of beef
(brust). made even more delicious
with an apricot gravy
A true Strudei requires both skill
and patience, so our ingenious an-
cestors devised a delightful rolled
cookie to be served in its place
much easier to make, but also filled
with goodies. These they called
Strudelach The fact that children,
adore them gives ample excuse for :
having the cookies in place of the
more elaborate pastry. With the
Strudelach. a fresh fruit or melon;
cup. no problem during this har- j
vest season, provides j refreshing I
ending to the meal.
Mm
Challos Honey Wine
Stuffed cabbage (Holmshkes
or Prokes
Mashed Potatoes
Green pepper salad
Vegetable Soup (optional)
Brisket of beef (brust i with
apricots
Green beans
Fresh Fruit or Melon Cup
Tea or Black Coffee
Tomato, Lettuce
Strudelach
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mum THAN W6M
TIT 0 FOOD VAlUf
tttommtnded by doctors tm
ckaDetics, ovemngtirj and to cal-
orie dittj. Ult for beverttet.
eiierti, eookiflf. fun. Citfr
HooHy karmtm 4 lb
eUHIUNTdO NON.FATTENING
JT (OOO iroAll IVMVWHfJM
Stuffed Cabbt9e
(Holishkes or Prokis)
My Mother's Recipe
1M lbs. lean ground beef
Mi cup raw rice
2 eggs
I large onion, chopped
I teaspoon salt
1/16 teaspoon black pepper
I No. 2 can tomatoes
M> of a No. 2 can water
V4 cup pancake syrup
Mi cup brown sugar
xh cup seedless raisins
juice of one lemon
1 large head cabbage
Mix together thoroughly :he beef,
rice. eggs, halt of the onion, the
talt, and the pepper Remove ten
)! ihe large outside leaves of the
cabbage, softer, them for a few
moments in boiling water, then!
dram. Fill the leaves with the1
meat mixture, wrap carefully. and|
-.cure the ends with toothpicks..
Cut the remainder of the cabbage
D large Shreds and place these in
the bottom of a heavy 4-quartj
saucepan with the remaining in-
gredients Cover the sauce-jar.
bring to a boil, then lower the heat,
and sim ner tor two hours, .-v the
end of one hour taste the gravy,!,
and add salt, pepper, sugar, or j
lemon juice to taste. This recipe |
serves 10 as an appetizer or 5 as a
main dish. The Stuffed Cabbage'
may be frozen.
Brisket of Beef (3rust)
With Apricots
*k lb. dried apricots
3Mi lbs. well-trimmed brisket
of beef
1 large onion, finely diced
snpo
for your Kasha recipe
And delight your family with
the dish you make1 All you do
Is submit your favorite recipe
for using Wolff's Kasha For
stuffing chicken, derma...
making knishes. varnuhkjs,
soups...side dishes with
onions, chopped mushrooms,
peppers or any other tasty use
for this all-time favorite.
V teaspoon freshly ground
black pepper
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sugar
2 teaspoons lemon juice
Place the apricots in a saucepan,
add just enough water to cover,
and bring to a boil. Lower the heat
and simmer 10 minutes. Drain and
measure one cup of the liquid.
Place the meat, onion, and apricots
in a roasting pan with a cover.
Combine the liquid and remaining
ingredients and add Cover tightly
and roast at 375 degs. F. for 2Mj
to 3 hours, until the meat is very
tender. Chill and remove the cake
of fat. Slice the meat against the
grain, re'urn to the gravy and re-
heat slowly. This recipe serves
7-8. The meat may be frozen.
Strudelaxh
About 5l4 cups sifted all-'
purpose flour
3 teaspoons double acting
baking powder
Mi teaspoon baking soda
3 eggs
Mi cup honey
1 < cup vegetable oil
4 cup orange juice
I teaspoon grated orange rind
1 12-oz. jar cherry preserves
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
M cup each seedless raisins,
coconut, chopped nuts, and
chopped mixed, candied
fruits
1 cup sugar
Sift together 4 cups of flour, the
baking powder, and baking soda.
Beat the*eggs, Rlgari and oil until
light. Beat in the honey, orange
juice, and rind. Add the flour mix-
ture and stir until smooth Stir in
enough more flour to make a soft
dough Cut into lour equal parts.
Roll out each part very lightly on
a well-floured board into a rec-
tangle 6 inches by 14 inches. Spread
each with a fourth of the preserves,
then with a fourth of the cinnamon,
raisins, coconut, nuts, and mixed
fruits. Beginning at a wide side,
roll up the filled rectangles. Place,
with cut edge underneath, well|
apart on two greased cookie tins. J
Bake 20 to 25 minutes at 350 degs.
F. un'il a rich brown Cut each
roll into 12 pieces while still hot.
Cool on racks. The cookies will
keep for severa' days in a tin. and
for several weeks in the freezer.
Beth Shirah Ladies to Meet

Temple Beth Shirah Sisterhood officers
will meet Thursday evening, Oct. Mrs. Harry Barak, program
12. chairman, I : the guest
Mrs. Jack Somberg, acting presi speaker Pi Julian v- yo, of
dent, will conduct lain;
Duo Will Chair
Benefit Dinner
Mrs. Julia Spector and vtr< u
seph Schaffer will be co-chairml
of the Cedars of Lebanon benefit
dinner on Tuesday, Oct. 3] a, "'
Barcelona hotel. ""
Members of Beth David Sytu
Sogue, they have both patticipataj
in Cedars of Lebanon HosDitai
building activities.
General chairman of the dinner
at which L'.S Sen Mike Vnr,)n'
will be principal speaker, is Sidney
Lefcourt.
Members of the committee in-
elude Mesdames George Berney"
Meyer Forer, Leon Kaplan Aon'
ham Kasow. Sidney Lefcourt. Sam.
uel Schaffer and Philip v, arshav,
BB Women Slate
Square Dance
B'nai B'rith Women of West Hi.
ami will hold its anneal square
dance on Sunday evening j; tjie
Cross Trail Square Dance Center
4150 SW 70th ct.
Theme will be "Turk tne
Straw." and professions square
dance caller G >rdon Bl a .||
call the numbers. Th jjso
be round dancui ', "b i,.
square s." Teen .. \ yet-
c, ime.
Chairmi ri are Mrs rraofc
Mrs S -: i *br son.
YU BAN
SALUTES
The Simcha of Modern Israe:
THE AGRICULTURE SETTLEMENT shown here is one of the hun-
dreds of Kibbutzim or collective farming units in Israel today. Culti-
vation is also carried on by individuals. The most modern techniques
are employed, many of them developed by Israeli engineers to make
this ancient land yield bountiful crops. In 10 brief years, Israel has
almost tripled its farm output!
oo
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Jewlsti fhrMfor
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Discussing a membership tea by the Women's Committee oi
Jewish Family and Children's Service last Friday at the home
David Fireman, 321 W. Di Lido dr., Di Lido Island, are
Mrs. Fuighard Stein, recording secretary, Mrs. William Bren-
ner, financial secretary, and Mrs. Allen Herron, corresponding
seaetniy. ________________________________________________
Sen. C\mk Will Speak at Confab
E/ Specat Report
Miami Hadassah
In Member Fetes
Miami chapter of Hadassah is
planning an intensive drive for
new members at a series of func-
tions by its constituent groups.
Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, president of
the chapter, will speak on Hadas-
sah's Golden Jubilee.
Mt. Scopus group is devoting its
meeting Monday. Oct. 9," at 12
noon, to membership, with Mrs.
Morris W. Lauretz. president, wel-
coming members and guests.
Addressing the open meeting
will be Mrs. Abraham Levitan.
chairman of education. Mrs. Joel
iJelov who will speak on American
Affairs, and Mrs. Manuel Bur.-tem
)ii Zionist Afiairs.
. YORK-Sen, Joseph S.
(Ink. oi Pennsylvania, will head U.S. Ambassador to Israel; Mayor
I he rostei of speakers at the 17th Joseph M. Barr. of Pittsburgh; and
biennial convention of Pioneer Mrs. Clara Left, president of Pio-
Merorah group bj having a mem-
ber-bringa-meniber cocktail party
i' Hillel House on the Miami Uni-
mombcr of Pioneer Women; Mrv vers>>" campus, Monday. 12:3u
,, n c .. p.m. There will be a contest for
Ogden Reid. wife <;; the former .. ... ,
.ill paid-up members and gifts tor
new members.
neer Women.
Aviva group will hnli! its annual
niember-brin-;-a-member luncheon
Special guest at the convention on Monday. 11:30 a.m.. at the
representing the Working Women's home of Mrs. Alphonso Quesada.
Women, the Women's Labor Zion
i- Organization >f America, to
take place m Pittsburgh from
;,> ly-ough Wednesday.
nven on sessions will feature Council in Israel will be Yocheved 6201 SW 118th St. Highlight of the
addresses by Avraham Harman. Dostrovsky Kopernik, director of patio party will be a floral fashion
Ambassador to the United the Academy of Music in Jerusa-: show by Elton L. Edelman geared
c,a(( jjra \rth.;ir J Goldberg, lem. and member of the advisory to Hadassah's Golden Jubilee.
: United States Secretary committee of the Ministry of Ed-; Chairmen are Mrs. Harold Geld-
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Friday, October
'.' /' :.; .',: "he :..:-.-. v.r.er. llftirtl repre-
miathrw ',f mmo'i c*r7'j.-..z-.t.or_3 bejpod
:'-..":\t, .'/) r.oming pigeor^ or Cec-.:\ of Le:>
anoi Hospital last w4ejc. The r.orr...-.-; p.'joeng
ware opposed to carry bnHaflom le ehab
DMmbara for o women's Open HOUM "--'
lad od \-.e .-.ew hospital Thundery
Oc '. .-... \-.e pioecns toe* thenwly fit-
srafly bf ntanring la Ihefc ova homes Qa
'..'.'; fjorr. 'r.ere U.S. rr.aiimen had to take ever
Gfriag the ladies or: assist in releas..-.:.- 'he
:...--;5 from the coop* ore Everett Metzger. pres-
ident of the Miam:-Hollywcod-Ft. Lcuderdaie
P.oeor. P.o'.ir.o Ciuh and Arthur Homhecic. !o-
r.'.-eon ezpen and racer. Giving the ..-.-
vttationa" a flying sendoff are 'left'to right
Mescames Fred Fuller. Gertrude Alexander.
William I. Brenner. Haroid Zeeman. Maxwell
Hyman E. Reisberg. Rebecca Per'., Bernard
Yesner and Philip Thau. Hundreds of women
ore expected at the Open House tour.
Mrs. Grossinger
Will be Honored
Jennie Grositn^. of the
tea laser- : famous women
-j* honored at a luncheon
Fndi ied *er-

. be held at the Be'.
; Hiilv C
former United S-
tiafil j.. present
Bond-Be- a -.-.- -'"~M.--
,::: an*
ird G Robin-
Mr- Milton B-
Ear .'.a K." Jayne M
J Stei
ad Kataba Wood. pU
Hazel Scott, and Mr= Fredne
Itaam Ptfadetpfeia philanthr',:
.a- F. F'.e?. chairman of
-. Lo* Ar.ze:*-- Worr. I : :-raei Bandi r.:cb ki rne spon-
- :' tba if-s.r aud thai *he ten
len are being honored because
ifata they have demon-
ra-.r-- their -i.-m friendship for
I ,.' Israel by taking time
.- from their busy tcbeduk I
attfdpete in Israel Bond events
-gnout the country
The luncheon, spnngboard of the
- 42 Los Angele- women '- cam-
paign for Israel Bonds, will at-
tempt to sell frSOJM la Israel
Bond- for the construction of 25*>
dwellings for immigrant families
in Israel
Pioneer Women Plan Varied Programs
In Busy Month of October Schedule
nen of Ctab 2 uifl Either Colcbman will \*- m chars*
. r/fficei tn Monday noon at of the wcial boor Hoftessei for
the Marte-illi Mi Louis
Ola ail following.
' I raham Shedrofl
[.- .-.':: If r.jn and Mir-
i.-j -r, v bof rarj 11 u
Uf-r iim ..;. let
-.., Metdamei Hyman Rosen- the following officers:
b r Harry Greenl
' pondn eerel i r : and
."' ording 11 re
n i chairman
ifternoon Mn Bonya
v. i > || with '> pro-
.:
the e-.ening ar- Mesdsmei Anna
Sonr, bild Etbd Beckwith. and
E ther < olehn
...
Pioneer Women Club '. '*.il in-
-.tall officer- Tuesday, 7 ''') p.m
a' the Royal Hungarian restaurant
Abraham Seltzer will install
Mr' Joseph Krantz president.
\tr- S Wiier.-ky vice president
Mr- Nettie Dukler, Mr- Leal
N'otkin, lecretarie and Un Min-
nie Bawer trea mrer
Mrs Jennie Seitlfn i- chairman
of the evening
The same event will celebrate
Joseph Mtotzes IQstadntt: Ethel the T5th birthday of Pnme Minister
Dorf and Ethel Bergman, pro- David Ben-Gunon and the fir-t
ram Sali> Barr journal Aaron decade of the Israel Bond drive.
r,<.k,.,, c. ii.. d .. t- which has provided more than
Liebman. Sally Barr and Frieda --.....--- ,,
, SjOQ.0qo.4QQ for Israel s economic
Lack cultural; a-,d Sally Barr development. Admission will be
Rose de Young, and B^---ie Ruch- by bond purchase or cash sale of
inshine SSOQ in bonds since June 29.
[saai Pushkin president of Bcba Idalaoa Club will have a
Golda Meii CTub, bai announced games party at Temple Ner Tamid
the group first meeting of tba on Wednesday at 1 p.m.
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Mi. Marion Meyer cultural
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)'.. >. '..' Jewi h Education in a
d i ion of Highlight! of I
ire
Sathaniel Soroff. parlia-
mentarian, will .peak on Moetzet
itiei in Israel Mr
MD to be Speaker
Mrs Isaac Offsnhenden, presi-
dent, said the program will include
refreshments and prizei
* *
Pioneer Women, Club 2 thi-.
week announced the following
committee chairmen for the corn
ini; year:
Mesdamea N a t h ;> n Bookspan,
chairman, H. Arent and Rose
lor, co-chairmen, Moetzet Hapo
a lot; Jacob TaiT and Bella Gor-
rel, Jewish National Fund: Rose
Marc i and How- Kati Child Res-
Miami chapter of Worn cui Fund %ida Oilman member-
' 0R1 ...]; meet Tui Jo eph Mint] d Nathan-
rfa> al the Seville hotel iel Bookspan, Israel Bond
' peaki .Mil be Or Harold Me Ban publicity;
Mev Method in Irving Liftman Joseph Mintz
' ol I lerei clerosis." and Nathan Bookspan Federation
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*'Jenis^ flfrkUsn
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tcademy PTA
Hans Installation,
>uest Speaker
[pannt Teacher Assn. of the He-
ir,* Academy will tender a recep-
L 10 the members of the Hebrew
lidKnglish faculty on Saturday,
"pro., at the Crown hotel.
J flcwly-clected ollicers of the PTA
Li' be installed by Rabbi Alexan-
der S. Gross, principal of the Aca-
|emy.
fo be installed are Mesdames
Ihrldon Dearr. president; Herbert
hrrpr Solomon Mason, Harry
fc-miicN and Tobias Simon, vice
Lfcsidents; Matthew Zuckerman,
|, secretary; r.erald Green-
be -
F"'
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I
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v Rosenberg, and Saul
corresponding secret a-
. ii\ Penchanaky, social sec-
I Marvin Choos. treasurer;
ico Kellner, historian; 11.
an, chaplain.
, honored are the 50 new
. who have joined the Acade-
tai;
r ipal speaker of the evening
, r Mark Murfin, chairman
, partment ol elementary
lion and professor of educa-
the University of Miami
I will be "Islands oi Excel-
I
v lit ben Berger will intro-
i,, i (embers ol the faculty
I.,.. i ch teacher will be pinned by
NOW!
Menorah Classes To be Closed
Oct. 20 will be the last day for schools may enroll. Classes are
in the daily nursery school and in
Sunday school classes.
; children to enroll lor beginning
Hebrew classes at Temple Men
orah.
Transfer students who have start
ed their Hebrew training at other
conducted almost exclusively in
Hebrew.
Daily nursery school staff in-
cludes Mrs Lois Kusens and Mrs.
Nathaniel C.lickman. chairman Rebecca Stern. The school meets
of the religious school board, em! daily from 9 to 12 noon in the new
phasized that there is still room air-conditioned facilities.
DR. MARK MURTIH
Mrs. Jonah (apian and Mrs. M. II.
Rosenhouse, pasi presidents.
Mrs. .lack Buchsbaum, immedi-
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the new officers. A social evening
will follow.
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chairmen ol all Jewish organiza-
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vited to the reception for Zecv Z.
Dover, Israel's new Consul for the
Southeastern United Slates, at the
Algiers hotel Oct. 8.
Jack D. Gordon, president of j
South Florida Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, said "We consider it
vital that all leaders of the local
Jewish community meet Israel's
official representative in our re-
gion during his initial visit to Dade
county.''
Dover also will be grectd by
leaders of the American Friends
at a dinner party earlier in the
evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Classer.
Mrs. Glasser, former chairman of
the Greater Miami committee lor
Israel Bonds, has been a leader in
support lor Israel projects here
since the Jewish state's inception.
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Southgate group of Hadassah will
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Program will include the presen-
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with songs and music depicting Ha-
dassah projects.
Mrs. Joseph Goodman will oiler
a report on American and Zionist
affairs. Mrs. Max Cohen is pro-
gram chairman.
Southgate group celebrated the
Festival of Sukkoth last week at
the Algiers hotel. Rabbi and Mrs.
Henry Wernick gave a dramatiza-
tion in keeping with the celebra-
tion.
Participants also included Mrs.
Aaron Green, Charles Weiss and
Morris Zeigman. Music was by
Larry Blue. Mrs. Jack Home I sky
was chairman of arrangements.
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MmM fhrtdHan
Friday. October 6,
1961
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Over forty years ago. Jack Carrier and his brother were walking
down a country road in Stevonsville. NY., arguing about what kind of
a twig Jack had just picked up. Helen, strolling along the same pictu-
resque road, was called into the discussion as an expert, little realizing
thai she would be the future Mrs. Carner in
Ihree years.
Helen lived in Brooklyn, and at that lime
trees si ill grew there. She devoted all of her
time to music and piano. Her Viennese teacher
worked with her tirelessly. Helen has an un-
usual taleol for playing by ear anything she
hearswhole scores for exampleso of course
she did a lot of accompaniment work.
Jack loves to have people around him
loves to entertain so Helen learned at the
very beginning of their marriage how to man-
age a large house and Mali. Tney lived on an
old New Jersey landmark estate called Red
Coach Inn. which had a race track, and their
two sons had a pony and cart.
It was at this time that the earners started
buying paintings with a knowing eye until they
now have an outstanding collection. One of
their first important pictures was a Goya, which is today on exhibit at
the Lowe Gallery here. They both lean toward the Old Mastersthey
like to recognize what they see.
Whatever Jack does in the line of community work. Helen is right at
his side. They are most proud of establishing the Community Synagogue
of Rye. NY., where Jack was the first president. Helen organized the
Sisterhood there with nine members They were back for the High Holy
Days and the dedication of the new building.
In Miami. Jack and Helen have both been a decided asset. Jack is
a Founder of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and Helen helped in the Women's Divi-
sion. Jack was chairman of the steering committee at the Jewish Home
for the Aged, and Helen got busy there, too. Jack was chairman of CJA, j
and Helen followed suit. When Helen became patroness of Phi Sigma
Sigma, her daughter-in-law Lee (Mrs. Steven) Garners sorority, Jack
wasn't anywhere around.
The Garners travel a lot, enjoy it immensely, and have been all [
around the world. One of Helen's favorite vacation spots is a hamlet
in Montreau, Switzerland. "It is so highly civilized, so clean, so inter-;
eating, so unusual, a regular Shangri-La," according to Helen. But then :
Helen makes a Shangri-La for Jack wherever she is.
HUM
Rubin, Cristol
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Rubin,
1755 Calais dr., are announcing the
-ngagement of their daughter,
Eleanor Ann. to A. Jay Cristol, son
if Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cristol,
1100 Euclid ave.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Miami Beach High, attended the
University of Florida, and gradu-
ated from the University of Mi-
ami. She belongs to Delta Phi
Epsilon. Phi Chi Theta, and the
Accounting Society of Miami Hon-
oraries.
She is proently a certified pub-
lic accountant, an instructor of ac-
counting at the University of Mi-
ami, and a member of the Amen-
i can Society of Women Certified
j Public Accountants.
Her fiance is an alumnus of Mi-
ami Beach High and the University
ol Miami, and graduated from the
University of Miami law school
with honors. He is a member of
Phi Alpha Delta, Wig and Robe
Honor Society, and served as re-
search editor of the Miami Law
Review.
He was a Hight instructor and
pilot in the U.S. Navy during the
Korean conflict, and graduated,
with distinction, from the U.S.
Naval Justice School. He holds a
reserve naval commission as
lietuenant.
He served as a special assistant
attorney general of Florida at the
1959 and 19C1 Florida Legislatures,
and is presently engaged in the
private practice of law with the.
firm of W'eintraub and Cristol.
The young couple plan to be mar-
ried on Nov. 19.
MISS SAND! L. GKANT
SOMETHING NEW a
Jack and Dolores Courshon are off to New York on a little trip.
That part isn't new. but before they went, Dolores had a farewell lunch-
eon for her hairdresser, prior to his leaving for Europe He was quite
thrilled. About fourteen of the women who have been going to him for
years and years were there. Among them: Mrs. Judd Breakstone,
Mrs. Jack Emmer. Mrs. Jerome Kipnis. Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, and
Mrs. Allan Herron. Everything was in red. white, and blue, with pic-
tures scattered in the centerpiece of glamorous hair-do's cut trom one
of the monthly magazines. It was a novel idea, and everyone had a good
time, especially the guest of hor.^r.
DOUBLE FLIP
Do you see anything different about Bess (Mrs. Louis) Glasser0"
queried a wife at the Federation dinner the other night. "Yes." said
thi husband, "She's wearing a hat Absolutely wrong. She no doubt
Will never wear another hat since she is now a blonde.
A WELL-DESERVED VACATION
Two favorite Miamians are taking a well-earned vacation. Sam and
Shirlej Heiman left tor Europe last Friday. It's Shirley's first trip-
but she's no: excited. They're going to England. France. Italy and Swit-
/ 'land, where they will attend a Joint Distribution Committee conven-
tion. Then, of course, to Israel. Remember when Sam came back from
the UFA Mission he told about the little old lady named Ruchel. He flew
With her trom Vienna to Israel, where she stooped down to kiss the
ground. It made such an impression on him that he never forgot itor
let anyone else Shirley -ays that she is going to try to find poor dear
Ruchel.
Shirley is afraid that she will have such a hard time trying to decide
how to spend her hundred dollars (duty free) that she will get to the end
of the trip without buying a thing After their leisurely vacation, the
Heimans coming back move into the Imperial House, which will be the
stall of another vacation.
DEAR MOTHER AND FATHER
It won't be long now and Red and Bee W'einstein and Sam and Lillian
Simonhoff will be hearing from their children. Philip and Elaine Wein-
atem. who are going to Europe with Leonard and Natalie Baskin. The
four of them will make Brussels their headquarters and take trips from
there. Red and Bee are going to stay at their children's home while they
are gone, baby-sitting with Joseph and Andrea, 6 and 3, respectively.
Those children will be real smart when their folks get home because no
doubt Bee will trv out her Hadassah book reviews for them.

WEEKENDS
Naomi (Mrs Marvin) Zanks brother. Morton Schwartz, is visiting !
here from Chicago. He used to live here and attended the University !
of Miami However, the Zanks Labor Day week ended at the Diplo !
mat. With them were Lee and Grace Poliner. There was a surprise
birthday party for Lee. The Poliners' daughter. Bonnie, and her hus-1
band, Bob Cicero, were there with the senior Ciceros. Lee is a two- '
time'gTandfather and nowhere near fifty.
Perfect Circle
'Western Night1 j
Perfect Circle, Temple Emanu-
El's organization for young mar-
ried couples, is having a "Western \
Night" on Saturday evening at the
Pineview Ranch in South Miami.
The group will leave the Temple
by bus at 6:45 p.m. The event will
begin with a barbecue chicken din-
ner. During the evening,
couples will have a hay ride
square dance, with horseback
ing also scheduled.
Donald S. Rose is president
the organization.
the
and
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Fashion Show
Here Tuesday
A fall fa-hion show and member-
ship tea will be held by the Miami
chapter of National Children's Car-
diac Hospital on Tuesday at Jordan-
Marsh.
The program, chaired by Mrs.
Sydney Fertig, will start at 1 p.m .
and will include a talk by Dr Mil-
ton S. Saslaw. director of medical
research at "the hospital that never
sends a bill."
Alec Gibson to Speak
Television personality Alec Gib-
son will address members of the
Temple Emanu-El Players at a
membership coffee Monday night
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
S. Popick, 5150 N. Bay rd. Dr.
Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader,
will welcome the group. Myron
Mitnick is president of the amateur
players.
Grant, Goldman
Betrothal Told
Miss Sande L. Grant and Lin*.
vT Goldman a r -i_ U><1
N. Goldman a r t plan:
married Dec. 3a
to be
The future bride Is the rt:1URht
of Mrs. Diane D (Jrant ,, cj
14th st., and the late Lewis Gran?
She is a graduate of Miami Sen
mr High ani attended th< >n.vPr
sity of Florida. Her sororitv
Alpha Epsilon Phi. ,s
Her fiance's parents ar \jr and
Mrs. Emil Goldman, of st Louis
Mo. *
He received a FA from VaabhM
ton University in St. Lou... and ^
MA at Rice University ir. .louston
At present, hr .? teach;-, at tr,e
University of LJinois, do graft,
ate work in English lit. Un)
Miami Authors
Rated Tops
The recently published book.
"Wake Up Younger." written by
Miami residents Dr. Samuel Gert-
man and Helen Alpert, is hitting
top sales in New York bookshops,
according to a publisher's review
this week.
"Wake Up Younger" has the
sub-title "How to Make the Most
of Your Later Years," and is being
regarded as the best book in the
field for its inspirat;onal handling
of all aged problems and how to
solve them.
The book's purpose is to help
each individual reader of any age
to understand family and society
problems facing him. and to han-
dle them with personal indepen-
dence and assurance.
Younger people are buying the
book as readily as older persons,
a survey showed.
Weekly Lunch
Series Begins
Weekly luncheon a
games sponscrcd bj Te
Tamid Sisterhood *ill be
Monday noon in Sklar :,
Mrs. Charles Rabb is cha
With the goal ol 500 -
members this y< ai in
next monthly member -
member lunch* on and t
ty will be he'd Wedne-1
Oct. 18.
Chairing the ctivc are firs, Jack
Greenberg, membership \ ce presi-
dent, and Mrs. Yvette S. Derger,
eon
'tonor
pie Ner
"inched
I'tonum.
'nan.
^orhood
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.ng a
ties par-
iy noon,
MRS. JOSfPH GATLt
ORT Chief Will
Speak Wednesday
Mrs. Joseph C Gayle, ntional
president ol Women's \ nertcan
ORT, will speak at the "ember-
ship luncheon of the Southeast
Florida region on Wed t;iy at
the Seville hotel.
A member, worker I office
holder in ORT for mor- nan 20
years, Mrs. Gay'e has i ::id time
to volunteer her service- to the
Allied Jewish Appeal, O'nminity
Chest, Legal Aid and man) other
civic projects in her na: Phila-
delphia. She is irfarriec > >i phy-
sician and mother of three child-
ren.
In 1960. Mrs. Gayle headed the
Women's American ORT iciega-
lion to Europe. North Africa and
the Middle East, inspec Lag more
than 50 ORT installations, i id 'hat
same year headed the ican
delegation to the World <>KT
Union Congress in Lond contin-
uing on to Austril Pi I and
Yugoslavia to visit the J- h 'im-
munities there.
ORT trained student- cur-
rently in great demand i '"'w
industries of Iran, who i pilot
ORT school Junctions. A pro-
gram is also under w.. < the
Jewish communities o leutta
and Bombay, lnciia.
The 11 chapter*- of the
Florida region ol Wome neri-
can ORT contribute to
wide program of ORT th: lhe
membership dues.
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Hostesses Named to Bas Mitzvah
Dinner and Fashion Festival Oct. 21
Blmonhoff, Morriii Bkop, Leonard
Solomon, v. Hi,in Nplugelnmn, Irving
Rteiniauf, William Suasman, Israel
I'eltch, Hannah Tevlln, Philip Thau,
Id ':"'! : an, Jaoh Topped, Carl
W< lnkl< Hani >. -. I Max W< It>
H. franklin Williams, I ;. >. i,i Woli.-
v .- i KaretKky, I
Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah accepts proclamation from
Vice Mayor Malvin Enqlander declaring October, 1961 as
Hadassah Month." Left to right are Miss Lillian Goodman,
f resident; Mrs. Oscar S. Sindell, membership regional co-
oiainator; Mrs. Maurice Cahn, chapter membership coordin-
ator; and Vice Mayor Englander.
Hrami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Will
loin Golden Jubilee Year Celebration
Miami Beach chapter of Ha-
dassah joins in celebrating Hadas
sab's Golden Jt'bilee Year at the
OctC-tx r meetings.
I
*
Aliyah group wilt meet on Oct.
IP in the Morton Towers card
Program is a salute to
members Jit a tea.
* ?
Bay Kirbor group will have a
iel Togetfier" luncheon on Oct. 9
at the Singapore hotel at noon.
* *
Brandeis group will meet on Oct.
!) al the Fontainebleau hotel at
II :30 a.m. Special event includes
an auction sale.
i
Deborah group will have a mem-
' rship tea at the home of Mrs.
Howard, 8986 Bay dr., at
Hi" ::. on Oct. 9.
- *
Esflier group will hold a lunch
nor, meeting at the Monte Carlo
followed by an address by
! v< Mindlin, editor of The Jewish
i idian, on Oct. 9.
I. 1 Goodman grcuo will meet
mm on Wednesday, Oct. n al the
lanca hotel at 8 p.m. Salute
bership is scheduled.
* >
Hem group will have a regular
meeting a! the Eden Roc hotel on
Oct. 16. Noon program
I presented by the members
ol the Southgate group. "She
Co'ildn'l Saj No" is the title of a
skit. Music is by Larry Blue.
*
Israeli group will meet on Mon-
day. Oct. 9. at the Algiers hotel at
noon. Membership party will be
held .n honor of the Golden Jubi-
lee Year.
* *
Emma Lazarus group will have
a pa'd-up membership luncheon on
Monday. Oct. 16. Chorus and nar-
ration to music will explain the
accomplishments of Hadassah.
* *
Harma Sanasch group will have
a regular meeting on Monday, Oct.
9. at the Shelborne hotel. Films on
Hadassah will be shown.
* *
Shaloma group will have a meet-
ing on Monday, Oct. 9. at Hibiscus
Auditorium. The program will be
a special membership skit.
* >
Southgate group will have a
meeting on Tuesday evening. Oct.
10. in the Southgate Recreation
Hall. Salute to membership will
t>e called Now is the Time."
Henrietta Siole* troop will have
a meeting on Monday noon. Oct.
9, at the Algiers hotel. Guest
speaker is Mrs. Sanlord Jaeobson.
who will discuss. "Impressions of
1 Israel."
* *
Stephen S. Wise group will meet
on Monday. Oct. 9, 11:30 a.m.. at
the Casablanca hotel. Salute to
new members is scheduled
Hostesses were named this week
I for the Israel Bas Mitzvah dinner
l on Saturday evening, Oct. 21, at
I the Fontainebleau hotel.
The dinner, celebrating Israel's
i 13th anniversary, will be sponsor-
Jed by the Women's Division of the
, Israel Bond Organization. Mrs.
Jack Katzman. chairman of the
! Women's Division, is chairman of
the dinner.
Featured will be a Fashion Fes-
tival under the chairmanship of
j Mrs. Jack S. Popick. The festival
combines creations of Italy's and
Israel's leading designers.
The show will be coordinated by
j Saks Fifth Avenue under the direc-
tion of Miss Irene Garcia. Com-
! mentator will be Miss Ilka Chase,
known as one of the ten best-dress-
,cd women in the world, recently
; returned from Israel, where she
! was invited as a consultant to the
Israel fashion industry.
The hostess committee, in for-
mation, includes the Mesdames
Mayer Abramowlts, Rom t\ Abrame,
El!hi- Adama, William Ajrranove, Dave
Alper, James \l Albert, Morris Al-
pert, Mlriney Analn, Jnok Auguxt,
Meyer v Iteakln, m.i\ Knuer, Her-
bert Baumsard, Samuel Beokerman,
David i:> ni.li, Anne Berknwlts, Rue
Eterkowits, Harry W. Berlat, nenraje
IJprlman, Sadie Rleler, Benjamin I.
Binder, Betty Rlrchanaky, Sum Blank.
Meadamea Nathan Bookauan, Wil-
liam Bomsteln, Samuel Botway, I.-
;s IS, Bower, Bdmund Brant, Maurice
H. Brenner, Rosa Brody, Jonaa Brot-
I man, Manuel Bursteln, .1. A, Cantor,
Jack Carner, Abraham Oaaael, Ben
Cohen, Joaepti Cohen, Morrtfl Cooper,
Anna C Corraln, Irving rypen, Sarah
Caech, Sam F. Danela, Max Deakter,
Joaeph Denmark, Clara it Danner,
Sam Dorfman, David Drucker.
Meadant*n |..(. Ki-.fiisi.-ui. Pearl
Kikin. i>an Blklnd. Leon 11, Ben B-
en, Joaeph Peldhelm, Betty h-iur,
K. >'. h in,-, Meyer Klne, Abrain Fox,
Jacob B, K,,x. Ben Frankenntoln,
Hamuel N. Prledland, D. Friedman,
David h'rledman, Pannle i". Krotnmer,
Charea FTuchtman, Jack Furman,
Leo riardner, Arthur "Teller, !.<> <;p|-
van, Henry Qllbert, Bfn Ulller, Nor-
man Ualdaden, Loula (Ilaaaar, Ber-
nard ii,>l(i. Oeorara oldberg, tarael I-:.
j'Jeldinan, leather Qoodman, Lillian
: Goodman.
Mewlames Paul (Jordan, Udward
Drad, saiiiin-1 Oraubart, Kdwiird
Greenfield, Abraham Urunhur, Elian
Halpern, ttoae Halprtn, Trudy htamer-
aching, laadora Heoht, leo Helm,
I Murra) norlands, Morrli Hlrxch, Ber-
nard i>. apian, Bernard Katt, Jack
Katsman, Mheldon Kay, Banford H.
k...... William Kline, Alexander *<
Max Kolkw, Tom Rra\ i/.
Inez Kri n ky Rohi rl k Ina nan : i i
Kronlnh, Buk< ne I. vita
Mewduinea Irving i,.- rman, Ram C
Levenaon, Max i.p.-.--- la, Joseph i.ii>-
ton, i im l.ii-i.-n. M l. baenz, Bewdi
l.ovlta, Milton Lubarr, Dave Mai
- I...- .-"am Marks, Lou In Meravtt
Bei iniln Me) ers, Irving M lller, \
Mo'aaky, Bmll Morton, Ham Nrls>,n,
\.ir. n N.wmim. i>lln t' iriv,
Helms ii in. Anne Padawer, Albert
Pick, Kffle rial..:,. Mordi 'i Pod t,
-.. ii pollack, I im :,i Po \. Jack s
"; lea Mir m l'r< --. Samuel Rein-
hard, Min.;... Re i-/.. .;., k Rlfkln.
M,--,!ai.:.- Benjamin Rimer, Joaepl
Pauline Horn i.....na'rd Ro^en,
Mi \ Rosen, .i,:!;->. Rosensteln, Lotlia
H :.-.. -. j. it. Rose ithal, K ed
Ri>enswelK, >i,ia Rubin, Raymond
Rubm, Keymour Rubin, Louis Rud-
nii-k. Dan Rdskln, Kamuel s.ii, -.,>
.-'am .1 T .-' plro, Ann Bchaffel, Ben.
,.i iIn Kchlek, Ale* Si-hneldman, Ja-
cob Schoenfeld, Ueia'd Schwarts,
Henrj Beltlln, Stanley Hellgman, l>a-
vld Kernaker, Norman hAiaplro, Ben-
jamin Sharps, Joseph Hhawmut, Max
sii, imiiMii. Solo.....n Sehlff, Sol
v, i in.in.
Meadamaa Harrj Slmonhoff, Ram
in md, i' laabi i !i Zentler
/.. bj -
Flamingo Chapter Formed
Flamingo chapter of Deborah
Id spital i^ a newly-formed even-
ing group which will meet the
fourth Thursday of every month,
'8 p n al Morton T-iwers. Founoer
is Mi-- Doris Alpert Serving as
president is Mrs. Lillian Shapiro.
I .\ir.s. Ada Grtenbaum is secretary-
Ireasurer,
Singles Limited Party
Singles Limited will open the fall'
season with a games night on Sun-
Iday, 6::i0 p.m.. at the Minyonaires
Hall, 3717 Bird rd. Program Will
include dancing and refreshments.
JjjSi" In charge of information is Miss
Edith Keingold.
Mrs. Jack Katzman, chairman of the Women's Division of the
Israel Bond Organization, chats with Madame Tana de
Gamez Gres, noted author, lecturer and Latin American
authority, at a meeting of hosts for the Israel Bas Mitzvah
dinner to be sponsored by the Israel Bond Women's Division
on Saturday. Oct. 21, at the Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Gres
was in Mami last week to speak at a series of plannina meet-
ings for the dinner, which will be the only one of its kind to
be held unywhere in the world.
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Former Asst. Dir. Mt. Sinai HoaPu *leveland *
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7060 S.W. 8th ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA
CA 6-1363
Cardiac Hospital
Plans Fund Drive
At a meeting of key volunteer
personnel of National Children's
Cardiac Hospital. January. 1962,
was designated "Chapter expansion
and Fund-Raising Month.
"Kick-off will be Jan. 12. at
which time chapter women in cities
throughout the Fast. Mid West, and
Florida will meet.
Milton Dreyfus, executive vice
president of the hospital, stressed
the fact that the hospital is now
completely national, with patients
being served from practically
every slate. He also pointed out
that construction work has started
on the hospital's new buildings
adjacent to NW 12th ave. and the
Metropolitan Center, and that
funds will be sought, simultaneous'
ly, from all sections of the coun-
try.
Fred MacMurray. slar of televi-
sion, screen and stage, is serving
a.s national fund chairman, and will
make several personal appearances
emphazing the need for the work
being done here at the hospital.
Senior Citiiens to Meet
Senior Citizens Assn. will meet
Tuesday evening at Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.,
Washington ave. and 10th st. Guest
speaker will be Councilman Ber-
nard Frank Leo Biennan will
also address the gathering on in-
surance.
Miami Chapter Tea
Miami chapter of the American
Jewish Congress will hold a mem-
bership tea on Thursday afternoon,
Ocl 19, 1 p.m at the home of Mrs.
I. Rubin. 18'J0 SW 21st st. The
function is open to all interested
persons in the program of the or-
ganization, according to Mrs. Anna
Mae Weiss, chairman.
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Do it the easy way-by mail.
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/Metro to be Debated
The proposed Metro Charter
amendment will be debated be tore
! the Citizens Aetion League on Mon-
day evening at the Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.,
1133 Normandy dr. County Com-
missioner Alex Gordon will speak
j against the amendment. John
! Gautier, former tax assessor of
Dade county, will speak for it.
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and RIDGE COUNTIES 0RANGE3
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90 1b. box...........$11.93
Full bushel........... 8.50
1/2 bushel............ 6.50
12 lb. sampler.... 8.73.
Compara quality and pneat. You c*n'|
beat Rich Oala tor auparb valua. Price*
include delivery except Add 10% West ol
Mississippi. J? 00 to Canada. Satlitacttorl
guaranteed or fruit is replaced or monejjl
relunded.
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For about 30 days beainninq Nov. 20.
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Fridoy. October 6, 1961
Israel's Economic Affairs Consul Here,
Zvi Eadan. to Meet Community Sunday
Zvi Eadan. recently appointed
consul for economic affairs of the
Stele of Israel with offices in Mi-
ami Beach, wil) be introduced to
the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity Sunday night at the Algiers
hotel.
Eadan. former director of the
Government ol Israel Investment
Authority in London, England, will
Shl ( Speaking honors at the 8:45
p.rr met:.:;;. ..; the Algiers hotel
with Zee\ /. Dover. Israel's new
Consul for tne Southeastern Uni-
ted >:atcs. uho will meet local
j. v. ish lei lers for the first time
i, i arriving in Atlanta last July
14.
The meeti i msored by the
Sout] is iui of the
An : ri nds ol i ii- Hebrew
i : ersity, is to the public.
Th< re a ill b no solicitation of
funds, accor ng to division presi-
d< i I Jatk D. Gordon.
Dover will be feted earlier Sun-
day evening At a dinner party at
the Miami Beach home of Mr.
ore Mrs. Louis Glasser. Mrs.
Giasser is a member of the board
ot the American Friends.
Sunday's meeting will be co-
eponsored bj Soutb Florida units
of the American Jewish Physicians
ComiruUe) and Alpha Omega fra-
ternity, j-uppcrters of the medical
and dental schools, respectively, of
i the Hebrew University ol Jerusa-
; lem.
Members" of Alpna Zeta Omega
and Rho Pi Phi pharmaceutical fra-
ternities, which are helping to build
the new School of Pharmacy of Is-
rael's largest and oldest institu-
tion of higher learning, also will
participate. Gordon said.
Eadai .- a graduate of the He-
brew University's School ol Eco-
CS in Tc! Aviv Rated one of
Israel's most prominent econom-
ists, .< si rv< as financial editor
of an Israeli daily newspaper tor
two years and taught sociology at
a Tel Aviv college.
In 1960. he joined the govern-
ment as director of the In-
vestment Authority in London, and
then moved to Miami Beach last
month to assume similar duties tor
the ; uj ^eastern United States. He
here with his wife and three
chil iren.
The 32-year-0ld Eadan is respon-
sible for (developing and encourag-
ing new fi rm- ol private inv it-
merit in Israel.
Presidents of all Jewish organi-,
zations in Dade county. Israel
chairmen of all Zionist and non-
Zionist groups, and other com-
CATERING.^
,J&c
DIPLOMAT
tlilllit llll T. RC*ptton, Binqutu, rrt1
D'nnr .. from 20 to 2000 catrd In ttto
mtnntr of tho Diplomat... an unhurrlod,
ir-ottentlvo, sot-oookon oorvice that ir.aht
ZVI EADAN
munal leaders have been invited
u> meet Dover and Eadan.
"It is important that our two
new consuls have the opportunity
to meet leaders of our communi-
ty on all levels during the f7rst
visit here of Mr. Dover. Israel
is fortunate to have a man of his
background representing it in the
South at a time when the econom-
ic, cultural and political ties of
this area and the Jewish State
are of growing importance daily,"
Gordon said.
Most of Greater Miami's 40 rab-
bi- are expected to attend, accord-
ing to Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
liaison representative for both the
Rabbinical Assn. and the American
Friends on Hebrew University mat-
ters.
Dover is a graduate ol Hebrew
University, and did post graduate
studies in international relations.
A veteran ot tne Hacanah and the
Israel army, he served as chief in-1
spector of the Office of the State
Comptroller after the War of Libe-
ration.
The new consul, with consular
jurisdiction in Alabama. Arkansas.
Florida, Georgia. Louisiana, Mis-
sissippi. North Carolina. South
Carolina and Tennessee, was trans-
ferred-te- the Ministry for Foreign
Affairs in 1952.
After a farm at director of the
ministry's finance department,
he was appointee1 first secretary
and consul of the Israel tegai'.on
in Australia, since raised to em-
bassy status. Dover also covered
New Zealand as Charge d'Af-
faires.
Returning Jo Israel at the end of
1958. he became principal assistant
in the African Division of the Min-
istry for Foreign Affairs, a post he
occupied until h. recent appoint-
ment to Atlanta.
THE DIPLOMAT
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Mande Quartet
To be Heard
Pierre Mande Quartet will be
heard Tuesday. Oct. 17, at the Coral
Cables Women's Club. 1001 E.
Ponce de Leon blvd
To be performed are the Men-
delssohn Quartet in E. op. 44. No
2; and the Mozart Quartet in C, K.
45.
Members of the quartet are Pi-
erre Mande. vicLn: Rose Schnee-
blag. violin; Florence Granville.
viola; and Mariiyr. Samuels, cello.
The group will a.'sc be heard Nov.
.") at the Musician! Club of Ameri-
ca. 303 Minorca avc. Coral Gables.
Rabbi Stem e -. Television
Rabbi Tiber H. Stern, spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth Jacob
will appear Sunday morninu ,
guest on the weekly television pro-
gram. "The Still Small Voice,
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn. Program is seen
ever VVCKT eh. 7 at 10 am
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mitzvah
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Friday, October 6. 1961
fJewisii Mnriafirin
Page 9-B
/Wicheel PoJqarsky Jeffrey Icwin
Andrew Tofcin Irving Sehres Kenneth Marx
Eric Waxman
Peter Small
Jfyar As a g ft 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 ro you courtesy of BJackstone Flower Shops in time
for tre occasion.
Kenrtsth Marx
!',;u tzvah o: Kenneth, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marx, 7995
Crespi blvd., will be celebrated
during .-. turday morning services,
Ocl T. at Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute, Rabbi Isaac Ever will
Officil
A reception in his honor will be
given bj his parents at the con-
clusion ci the ceremony.
* 4 1
Irving Sehres
Temp'" Ner Tarn id will be the
I site of the Bar Mitzvah of Irving
I Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Sehres. on Saturday morning. Oct.
! 7. with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz of-
ficiating.
Irving is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and the-Temple's re-
ligious school.
*
Charles Wolowiti
Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Wolowitz, 830 Biscayne St.,
will be Bar Mitzvah during ser-
vices at Congregation Beth Jacob
Sen, Monroney
To Speok Here
IS Mike Monroney, of Ok-
l.ihuii! as accepted an invitation
to he speaker at Beth David Syna-
gogue i enefit dinner for Cedars
ol Lei;' n Hospital on Tuesday,
l>c: I he Barcelona hotel.
Now to Live Happily
Second lecture in a series on
The Art of Living Happily" will
be given by Dr. Abraham Woll-
son. author of the book. "The Road
to Health and Happier Living," on
Tuesday morning, 8 a.m., immedi-
ately following Charles Siegel's
exercise class on the 8th st. beach.
Sen.
the uppti
i'ly hert
accord .
man oi '
Tin
Mrs, Si i
ami res ri
of Bel! :
trustei
Slates Auditions
money, who has been in
chamber since 1950, will TheatrP Guild
.specially for the dinner,
;o Sidney Lefcourt, chair-
re dinner.
ner will minor Mr. and
uel Spector. long-time Mi-
nts. S;>ector. a member
avid Congregation, is a
'edars of Lebanon.
Founders Plaque
To be Announced
Ri -ui. i meeting of Temple Beth
Shiran vviJl be held Sunday, Oct.
1"'. ;ii f r m.
Committee reports will include
plans foi the purchase of land for
the projected school building.
Ed F < -tern, membership chair-
man u.i! announce the first 100
families have their names in*
Scribed on the founders plaque,
which v, :: be placed in the lobby
of the new Temple.
Theatre Guild of North Miami
Beach is holding auditions and cast-
ing at Temple Ner TamidT 7902
Carlyle ave.. on Wednesday and
Sunday. Oct. 4 and 8. at 8 p.m..
for "Champagne Extra." an orig-
inal two-act musical comedy by
Lenore Brooks, which deals with
l the Yiddish catering business. Les- '
ter Friedman will direct.
Sponsored by the Nor-Isle Opti-
mist Club of Miami Beach, four
j performances are scheduled for
this winter at the Miami Beach
.Senior High School Auditorium.
Amateur and semi-professional
actors, actresses, singers, dancers
and models are invited to partici-
pate in the musical comedy which
will include original songs and
dance production numbers.
on Saturday morning. Oct. 7. Rabbi
Tibor Stern will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh
grade student at Ida M. Fischer
Junior High and is president of his
class. He plays clarinet in the
school band and is an ardent bowl-
ing and baseball enthusiast.
* *
Michael Podgirsky
Saturday morning services, Oct.
7, at Temple Ner Tamid will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of Michael
Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester;
Podgarsky. Rabbi Eugene Labo-
vitz will officiate.
Michael is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and the Temple's reli-
gious school.
*
Aaron Friedman
Rabbi Morton Malavsky will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Aaron,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Fried-
man, 252C SW 24th st., during
Saturday morning services, Oct. 7,'
at Israelite Center.
Aaron is an eighth grade student
at the Hebrew Academy Kiddush
in the social hall will follow the
ceremony.
* *
Jeffrey Lewin
Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Lewin, will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services, fjct. 7, at Beth Torah Con-
gregation. Rabbi Max. Lapschitz
will officiate and present a Bible
on behalf of the Mollie Kahaner
Sisterhood.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade student at North Miami
Beach Junior High, has attended
the congregation's religious school
for three years, and is at present1
a member of the pre-contirmation
class,
A reception in his honor will be
held Saturday evening at the Se-
ville hotel.
* *
Andrew Tobin
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offici-
ate at the Bar Mitzvah of Andrew,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tobin,
and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Bernstein, during services Satur-
day morning. Oct. 7, at Temple
Emanu-EI.
Andy is a student at Nautilus Jun-
ior High, where he is a drummer
in Ihe band He also plays piano,
and is a sports enthusiast.
A reception in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah will be held in his home
following the ceremony.
Here from New York for the oc-
casion will be Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Bernstein and Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Bernstein, Andrew's
uncles and aunts.
v *
Eric Waxman
Eric, son of Mr. and Mrs Cy
Waxman, 520 N. Shore dr., Miami
Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning, Oct. 7, at Tem-
ple Menorah. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student at
Nautilus Junior High and the
Temple's religious school.
A reception in his honor will be
field at his home Saturday at 6:30
p.m.
* *
Peter Small
Temple Emanu-EI will be the
site of the Bar Mitzvah of Peter,
son of Dr. and Mrs. George Small,
formerly of Massachusetts, now of
Bay Harbor Islands, during servi-
ces Saturday morning. Oct. 7. with
Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating.
Peter attends Nautilus Junior
High, is an avid stamp collector,
enjoys music, and plavs tennis and
golf.
A party in his honor will be giv-
en at the Seville hotel.
Young Judaea
Units to Meet
Newly formed youth group at
Congregation Yehui ah Moshe will
meet in Popiel Hall every Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m. All students between
the ages ol 12 to l."> are invited.
Club will be under the jurisdic-
tion of Young Judaea, with Ronnie
Drucker in charge.
.Miss Drucker has been a counse-
lor at Camp Avir for the past sev-
eral years, and is currently study-
ing at Barry College.
First meeting was held Tuesday.
Rabbi Ever Will
Open Series
Rabbi Isaac Ever will launch the
second year of his series of Yid-
dish lectures at Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute on Saturday from
4:45 to 5:45 p.m.
First lecture will be "The Early
History of the Jewish People."
Author of several books. Rabbi
Ever has also had many of his es-
says published in the Yiddish press.
I President of t h e synagogue is
Herman Weintraub.
:
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Biscayne Group
Annual Meeting
Biscayne chapter of the Ameri-
can Medical Center will have its
third annual membership affair on
Oct. 10 at the Diplomat hotel.
The evening will be highlighted
by a lingerie fashion show Nar-
rator will be the popular television
personality of ch 10, Molly Turner,
Assorted French pastries and cof-
fee will be served
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Dietary laws and Sabbath strictly
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Banquet Facilities Cocktail Lounge
Henry Leitson. Mgr.
Royal Hungarian caterers have been contracted by Beth
Torah Congregation to be exclusive kosher caterer for all
functions held in the synagogue. Left to right are Dave Mar-
gulies and loseph Schmier, who negotiated the contract;
Philip Weiss, of Royal Hungarian; Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz,
spiritual leader of Beth Torah; and Judge Arthur Snyder, pres-
ident of the congregation.
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JACOB SNSiBA*
P/on$ to be Presented
Greater Miami chapter of Debo-
rah Hospital will hold it-, first
luncheon meeting on Tuesday in
he Barcelona hotel al Boon Plant
for the coming season will be pre-
ented
Burdine's Execs
Pitch in for UF
T**- '- ttivei
1teered
eefc to avass
til w No
en
tend 'o leave tbeii thiei
York or Bos-
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lea! .'. But I ad a L'ni
"Trerefere, to build an abiding
ir.'ernt in civic repon*bility,
we at Burdme's sought volun-
teer* for this special effort," he
said.
At UF'l fir-t annual head- of
Business and Industry luncheon, at-
tended b> more than 300 leading
dives, it was announced that
M companiea have pledged a total
of $103.0000. 12 percent more than
the) had pledged as corporate
gifts lait year
United Fund's l%2 goal to sup-
port the work of 39 health, welfare
and character building agencies, i-,
$2 7r,822.
Free Loan Group
To Celebrate
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Avsn will hold its 11th annual
social on Sunday evening at the
Greater Miami Jewish C'ommuni'y
Center. 460 SW 16th ave. Music,
dancing and entertainment will be
featured, leader* Schwartz is pres-
ident
The- association extends aid to
Beady families, in the form of in-
terest free loans made in strict
confidence
Officer! serving with Schwartz
are Joseph Navel, Sam Seigel and
Mrs Isidore Cohen, vice presi-
dents; Sam Phillips, treasurer;
Mrs Gladys Fendell, financial sec-
retarj. Mrs Zelda Kunst, record
ing secretary; Max Price, corre-
sponding secretary; Has Kappa-
port. Fred Ochs, llyman Chabner
and Ralph Krleger, investigating
committee
loMpfa M. Upton, [,m hen) oi Dado \<->lm A um eoncjralnlatoa Mra, B. M. Vonnum, 335 NW 102nd st..
On hoi winning entry, "What we. as individual:;, can do to
lurthm intor Airieritan undorstandinq and friendship" in Dado
F'fdmurH "Holiday in Soulh America" contest. The subject
wcis suqqosted by Florida Sen. Georqe Smothers. Panel of
(iidqes included Dr. Serqio Del Rio, Consul of Chile; Marcos
A. Kohly, director of the Orqanization of American States;
and Dr. lone Stuessy Wriqht. professor of history, University
of Miami. Mrs. Vennum won an expense-paid vacation for
two to Panama and Peru. The Vennums will fly via Lan-Chile
Airlines with travel arrangements by Farr Tours.
Young Leaden to Meet
By Special Report
NKW YORKThe United Jewish
Anoeal will hold its second national
young leadership conference in
.sew Ycrk City on Nov. 10 to 12.
it has been announced by Joseph
i Meyerhoff, U.IA general chairman.
More than 300 young community
leaders will attend the conference j
at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel here. |
Hadassah VP
To be Guest Here
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DON'T GAMBLE
YOUR HOME
Here's PROOF Metro
Plans to Revive Tax
Re-assessment Plan
Metro betrayed wnall and average home owners with a *o
plan which nullified Homestead Exemption. In HS face of sky-
rocketing Metro spending up by $7,400,000 the first year,
$3,600,000 the second year, S 14,900,000 the third year.
and S 19,600,000 the fourth year wealthy taxpaying interests
were on the verge of throwing owt
Metro until the re-assessment
plan shifted the burden to
hundreds of thousands of home
owners. Metro turned deaf eors
to the people's outcry UNTIL
76,000 PEOPtE SIGNED PETI-
TIONS ANO FOflCED THE OCT. 17th VOTE TO AMEND THE
METRO CHARTER' Then Metro hastily called a special election
in August to knock out the re-assessment plan a political
move, to lull the people UNTIL AFTER OCT. 17th' Don't
be fooled, h is only TEMPORARY! The
'?*^ fsf"^V Metro Manager, questioned UNDER
OATH in Circuit Court, admitted plans
.**(
to REVIVE RE-ASSESSMENT AS SOON
AS POSSIBLE!
Let's KEEP RE-ASSESSMENT OUT!
Vote
Oct. 17
PEOPLE'S COMMITTEE TO AMEND METRO
Pan Chopp.ll, Pr.. d>n9r... IMg. FR -78S


Friday, October 6, 1961
+Jelstmridlian
Page 11-B
K^soitttarics
. CHAUNCEY STONE
c 0..... \\\ LSI --1 '' dli '! Oct. ::.
,.. ..... here i: years ago from New
^,,,,,' i it; :iti maiiufai turer B irvtn ng are his
j mhlT, Mrs Lois Ml" hnels: a son,
. ..id. till Iren. Services won
\. v irk Clti v.iih Riverside M< -
,1 m ipei mi eh in loOallly.
MORRIS MAZER
*TJT"*!M0 EuClldTve., Miami Beach,
<.. ,i *9. He cat. i hei e 24 yean
,._,, from Philadelphia i d Was a gen-
, j ,,i. i. handlain ; ig "' Burvh Inn
lilM m ... A hi.i 'i 'i daughter,
si 1:1 i Klrseh...... i \ s. n In -
v. i.- in. er the dire in of Bej er
I m, ii H ma.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
HERMAN FELDIMAN
;, .,i sill Cariyle av*., Miami Beach,
,. ,.,i i ioi I. He h,TH I." year*
,a froi Jersey Cltj and wu an
, i 11. .i1 nglnei r S rvlv Ing m e hi>
(ilfe, Jean; son, Leo ird, daughter,
( ,i,,i: parent*, Mr and Mrs. Louis
Peldman, a brother md two slaters,
ii 11 i.in: Mrs. Trudj Same Services
were under the direct I.....f Kl\.....aide
Memorial chapel, Normand) Isle.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 53885-A-
IN RE: Estate of
MAX MoKKISON
Decea
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I !re 111 ... ind 4 II Pers >ne II iv-
in- Claims or Demands Aga na Bald
Estate;
You are hereby notified and re-
11 i-- i I., pr..... mi.v ci lima and de-
mand* which you may hive against
the estati .if M fcX Ml IRRIRON de-
ceased late ..r Dade County, Florida,
to the County Fudges >f Dade Coun.
ty, and file the name In their office*
in tiie Count) Courthouse in Kid.
County, Florida, within six calendai
months from the date if the fli
publication her,-.)f. >r the same will
be barred,
KV.\ MORRISON
Executrix
PA UNO E, I ink FORMA N
Attorneys
1802 Congre i Bull lini;
M i ml I''niri.l.i
9 '23-29, 10/6-12
MRS. BESSIE HELLER
." ..I v-' Pennsylvania ave., Miami
i.....Ii, died Se|>i 30. She came here
i venr ago from New Ymk City.
. \ i .ire three sons. Including
Moi-rU HeUer a Harr Berman; a
l.iuxhli nd .i -iste Sen Ices i\ ere
i \. w \ rk Cltj with Beyer Funeral
ti...... in harge lo. all) .
HYMAN ROCKAWAY
7. Ocean di [laml Bench,
... He can here 10 ) ears
11, Ci.... tlyn ill was .i rel ii ml
i i nufaci rei H n v Ivlng ni
: wll *........ii, Roberl rin ugh
''. i ,. .' .. .....i
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...n ol Ml Men

\. ishlngton
>
liLT >n M PlSHCR
i i.| ;. 0 Ba> dr Mia leach died
n He me -i > ., i *
'.<.-1 >n i: I ;. L u W hi ill
Ii n
111 Hen Sur
. Vnna i.ul ,i
. I In Rivei
!ha .''. mand) Isle
MAX LiBMAN
ol 23d 21st ,, M i I Beach, died
He c me here I > eai ago
\. iv York Knd a ta a retired
., .-' r\ \\ .ni; are
Fannie i si enj imln. a
- iei .iii three grunilchildren. Ser-
Oct I. i : wide He
i ... pel, n irman I) isle.
MAX HALPERIN
Tv ol |9| \w |4th .... .tie.i Sepl IS
i ... here 1," rears ago from
flown, NY., mil was a retired
i Surviving are bis wife, Ida:
Bons, l>r Kernard, !>>on, and
' .....Ini a daughter, Mrs. Batelle
alsi -, i' eight Brand-
Idrei ~.r\ Ices a .-. p| L' I in
Cordon I- .neral I Ion..
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN tl
lln undersigned,-desiring to engage
inder the fli tltious name
V'KRA'S RK XI TY I IN :ii 8!
Collins A\.., Miami He.,eh Intends
nl name with the Cleric
1 rcult dun > 11 ide I 'in
i '..i .ii.
VKRi 'N'if.x R ^ETTEDCCATO
; ) 8-12-20
ni
in
of
I",
to
of
t).
rJOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IM Hl-.REIIY (HVEN that
1 ii" I- r-imed, deMrin? to engine in
< ii..-- under the fictitious nan.....I
' v I'lTY RBBTAltRANT nl 1042
H ;\ Kih street. Miami Florida in-
Ii i.'i- in register ai..... with the
k ni- circul o ri ..t i'a.ie
F oi-lda.
TOON I
ARONOVITZ, Sil.'.! P. n: .- 'HER
\ urn< .- for Appllca.nl
10 ; 12. 20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR D*DE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 538/0-A
1 > '-. Kstate of
-\mii:i. FRET MAN
1 < a SAM KRK i M \ N
I'e. -.i-ed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
^ '': editors and x II Persons ila\ -
|'i- ciaima ,.r uemands Against Said
1 ite:
j"' -i hereby notified ami re-
Iulred to present .<<>> < laims and de-
mands which you maj have agalnsl
late of BAMUKL FREYMAN
1 k n SA.\I FREYMAN deceased late
ol I'aile i',,iinty, Ftorldo to the foiln-
' Judges of Dade County, ami rile
in duplicate and as provided
'" Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the County Court-
"'use in Dade County, P.orlda, within
vi^ I'ttlendar months from the lime of
the first publication Hereof, or the
will be barred.
Dated at Miami, I"iorlda. this 18th
n> of September, AD. 1961.
FANNIE CKlDSTl-HN
tl(, As Administratrix
BtMON, HAYS A GRUNDVi-ERQ
Attorney tor Administratrix
l Alnsley Building
Miami .11>. Florida
- 9/22-29, 10/6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 6X 1ff>24
PATRICI \ HICKMA ..
Plaintiff,
\ a.
AI.I.Y.V HI. KM \\,
I lefendu
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl > Al.l.v N KICKMAN
". North Btreet
I'- u >:.. New York
v iu are her, bj n >i.....i thai i BUI
of i 'omplainl for U'.vor been
i lied against ,ou ,.i i
quired t.. .. i cop mr An-u ,-r
or I 'leadlnx i the Hill of Cn ilain
'" the pi ilntil "s Attoi......., u ILL M
L. I'ETKH ....... 2nd We-
il ue, Mill :..i-' oi i i ,
Vn r Plea-ling
office of thi 'lerH. of
. i .ii before i
\. \. I to I
. i ..
!
n
..... mil
U'h Week a .-. ;. .
n THE \\
IMINE AN J v
|-'.orMa. this "i r, A.li
i: i \ i
Clr ule
..... ti M KBSVSL.EK
, ..
WILLIAM l. PETF
213 N K i
Miami '- Morlds
Attorne for P aintlff
______________________'X
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAVE AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLOR DA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRE-
SKNTS SHALL COME 0 IRBTINGB
\\'l,.-r..,.. MARX M FABER, Ml-
\MI. FLORIDA; AUK RCDNER, MI-
AMI. FLORIDA; MILDRED KRANS-
I M ilth'. MIAMI. FLORIDA CYNTHIA
KINOSBERO, MIAMI, FLORII>\.
LORRAINE HYED, MIAMI. FLOR-
IDA did on the 9th da. ol I'lne. A I'.
I9fi8 oause to be incorporated under
the provisions 1 Chapter 80S, Florida
Statutes, COLEMAN CLINIC, INC.,
a corporation, with Its principal place
of buain it ; i Locka In the Btate
of Florida, ind srhereas the proper
officers of sach corporation did .,n
the 28th da) of August, a.d. 1980,
OaUSl to be filed in the office of the
el ir) of Btate of the Btate ..i
Florida, a Certificate of Amendment
changii Its irporate ne I i COLE-
MAN INSTITUTE, in'", mi on Aug-
ust 19, 1981 to CQLEMAN CLINIC,
INC, and whereas the stockholders
,: such c 'i' din on the 25th
da) "i September, A li 1981, cause to
he filed In the office of the Secreturj
of stat.- of thi State of Florida, a
Consent of all the stockholders under
the provisions ol said Chapter 808,
Florida. SJ.it.nes, show I ig t IS disi ilu
: ti,,n of Such e irpor ition,
Now, therefore, the Becretarj of
State .i is hereb)
Koins ind thai he n -i '-'' id I h il the
requirements '' la* have been com-
piled with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
here i sel m. hand and ha
afflxad tl i' Seal of the Sta ie
of Florl la, il Pall.il........ the
Capital, tin- the PWENTT-FIFTH
da) >( SEPTEMBER, A.D. 1981
i seal) TOM VDAMS,
Seen tar) of State
to 8 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVEN that
11.,. undersigned, desiring to enitage In
business under ti,,. fictitious name WHITE SHARK INN al &240 W
Flagler Street intends t.. registei said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ol Mad.- Countv, Florida.
IKIREEN MAKIi: TAYI.i IR
kkssi.ki: a tIARfl
Attorne) for applic int
199* 8.W. 1st st.
10 8-13-20-27
--------- ---------tf>i
in the circuit court of the
eleventh juoicial circuit of
flor da in and for dade
county. in chancery
No. 61C :0552
DOLLAR BAVINOS BANK oK'l'Hi:
< "ITY i F NEW Yi >RK
Plalnl n
\.-.
R.xoi i:i, i. fIRAHAM. u single
woman anil .1 M WEI SB vm.
i lefendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: J. M. WEISBACM
820 n Springfield Avenue
Chicago, Illinois
You are hereby notiti.-.l that the
I above captloned action has been In-
stituted against you In the Circuit
''..ni". of the Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida in and for Dade County to fore-
close a mortgage upon the following
described real properi i:
led 2, in Block 30, CORAL WAV
VILLAOR, SECTION A, PART
according t.. the Pl.it th......i. re-
corded In Plat Book '.. at Page
17. of the Publii Records "i Bade
(lount). Florid ,
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a cop> there if up in pi ilni
attorney MARTIN FINE, nth Floor
Dade Federal Building Miami 22,
Florida, not la November 6
. l)e Tee Pro C mfesso ill
:,.. entered ag lir
l luted al Miami, Fl ii Is I d
,!., j ..i h tober : I
K B LEATHERMAN, i 'Ii rk,
Circuit Curl (, irlda
, N W A *
Dep .- '
MARTIN FINI
VU.irtii '
Hth i :,,.. i.i
Mian i .... i lor ,
10/6-1-1 '"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl >TH K 18-HKR IVEN that
I the undersiarned, desl engugi In
buslners under I h
I FASHION FAIR DRESS SHOP al
. Kird Ro i Miami Florl la In-
tend to reg with the
i lerk ..f the Clr Co t ol I lade
County, Florida
.MATll.l>\ FELDSTEIN
SHIRLEY WHITCUP
s.,.|e >\i. ners
10 8-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN thai
the un.iersiKned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MAR-TAB VENDING at 201 N.W.
7::rd Street. Miami. Florida intends
to register said name with th.- Clerk
ni the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
Mi ISAM CORP.
Bj m i, Copperman, President
HARRY Zl'KERNICK
Attorne) for Moaam Corp
I2n Lincoln Rd.. Miami Reach. I'la.
10/8-13-20-27
statement required by the Act of
August 24, 1912, imended b) the
' Acts of March 3, '''-. Jul) 2, 1946
and June 11. 1980 iTt BUI 2081 show-
ing the ownership, management, and
circulation of The Jewish Florldlnn,
published weekly at Miami, Florida,
; tor i ictober i. 1981
Tlie names and i I Ireases of the
publisher-editor ire i-rei k Shochet,
I'.. Box 2973 Miami I. Fla
The owner i- The Jewish Florldlan,
N'..t in,- Ethel sh ichet, Fred K Bho-
, het, I'.Oi *.x '.;:. Miami i. Fla.
The average number of copies of
each Issue of this publication sold oi
dl > dinted, through the mails or
otherwise, to paid iers during
the 12 month* pr.....ding the date
shown above w is 11,1 >.:.
Fred K. Shochet editor-publisher
Sworn to and ied before me
this 27th da; ol September, I ''
Selma M Thompson, Notar) Public.
(My commission expires Sept. 8, 1982)
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR,DA IN AND FOP DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 8IC 10213
KATHLEEN MILLER ANDERSON,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
OM \i: i.i:i: tNDERSi in.
I i.l. n.l.iut.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: OMAR I KK ANDERS' I s
1M >. Box No. 328
Parker Building
-Aiin ,,ii>. NorUfsMaroMan
You are hereb) notlfli I i Rill
of Compuiini for lfi^ irce i is been
filed agalnsl you In the .. titled
cans,., and \ i cops "i >''!" \i.-.-' to the BUI ol
Complaint on the Plaint if \ "
Charh M. Kelly, l.'.L'.'. E 4th A
Hlaleah, Florida and file the ir
In tl.....fflce ol the (Mr-
cult Qourt on i tefore rth da)
if i ictober, 198 ol .' Ise a i
Pro '"onfesso will b ntered iga nst
you.
lined al Miami, Flor la this 25th
la > of Beptember, I 181
i: B Li: \ rHERMAN
clerk of the i 'ir. it Court
11 ide i '.iiin!\. p| irida
(seal) B) HELEN KBSSLBR,
Deput) <'lerk
i 10/8-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 7685
MIAMI P.KAi'H FEDERAL SAVINGS
,\ l.o.W ASS. (CIATION,
Plaintiff,
vs
fJEOROK W VMPBELL ind
MARTHA V I'AMPBKLL, his v/if-,
Detendan
NOTICE OF SUIT
ii CEl iROK W. CAM ind
MARTHA \ VMPBI
his "
Apnl
\tlai 'ieorura
re hen I
d action -
KtltUtl i i
i urt of i I
Ida In and for i '
. lose i
I. s. ribed rea
I ,,i | I
GARDENS,
l ....
[,ng, l9 ol
I lade Count
You lire >i ilr i '
to |daln< Ii the
i "lerk .-...,: .. .,:. i
servi a re upoi
my. M VRTIN FINI I '.....
I lade Fi rti al Bui'.dln -i v iml "...
Florida, it later thai
or a Decree Pro Confesso ^ .d be en-
tered against
Dated it M I irl hi this Ith
da) "i September I
E H LEAfHERMAN
i 'lerk of the i i iourt
(seal) By; HELEN KB8SLBR,
Deput) Clerk
MALTIX FINK
Attorney for Plaintiff
mil Floor Dade Federal Bidg.
Miami 32, Florida
9/29, 10/8-
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTh'i: 18 HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under the fictitious name of
MY FAIR LADY tl 17700 Coll ns Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, Dade 'ounty, Fla.,
i intend.-, to register said name with
the Clerk of the .'r it Court of
Dade "ounty, Florid i
JACK SILVER
10 i l i iwner
STREET a (1RBI INFIELD
Attorneys for Petitioner
120 Lin. ..In Ri id
!9 I0/'1-I1-20
NOT CE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\'i iTH'i-: is HEREBY ilV !'v that
she undersigned, l< lrlng to engat
business under the fictitious
.f ALEXANDRIA APARTMENTS al
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICi; is HKRMHV OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring- to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
1 UUBBEAN MODES, INC. at ISO
B.W. 8th Street, Miami, t'lorida in-
tends to register said name with the
'lerk of tho Circuit Court of Dade
I ounty, Horida.
CARIBBEAN SHOE CORP.,
.** j w Yor,c corporation, authorized
to do business in the State of Florida.
MARVIN I. WIBNBB
Attorney for Applicant
9/22-29. 10/8-1.1
NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 61C 10641
SHIRLEY MAE vr |
Plaintiff,
vs.
j TK< IDORO VK'iiA,
I i.-fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: teodoko VBflA
380 I'nion Street
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has I.....n
filed against >OU, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of yotfr An-in-r
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, ROOF. II
11. EDWARDS, 7500 Red Road, South
Miami. Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 6th day of November. 1961.
If >ou fail to do so, judajo-.ent by d.-
fault will be taken a',-alnst you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published nice
each week, for four con.se,' itive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI/IRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at. Miami.
Florida, thi., Srd day of Octobe. a l i
1961.
E. B. LKVCHCrtMAV, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Bade County, Florida
(seal) By: HELEN KKSSLK.lt
Deputy Clark
ROOBR H LDWARDS
7.-.00 Red Road
South Miami, Florida
Attorne) for Plaintiff
IO/6-H-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 6'C -8J33
YOLANDA I. ROXA8, formerly known
as VDLANDA K ROXAS, and also
sometimes known as YOI*ANDA
CICCONB, Individual^ and is l^egal
(luardlan of HOPE C ROXAS, <
,. Minor,
Plaintiff,
\ B
IILORIA PALUMBO Single woman.
CHARLES W. BATTISTl. JOSEPH
DAMATOand MARIE J HAMATo,
1 i.-feiidants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOSEPH l> AMAVn and
MARIE J. D'AMATO
142-04 Napons.t Avenue
lng Island. New York
You and each of you are hereby
notified that a complaint has been
filed against you in the above styled
court in Chancery by YOLANDA I
ROXAS. formerly, known as YOLAN-
DA I-.. ROXAS', and also sometimes
known as YOLANDA CICCONE, in-
dividually and as Iegal Ouardian of
HOPE C. ROXAS, a minor child. You
are required to serve ujmn OBOROE
N MacDONELU Plaintiff's Attorney
hi.se address Is 504 Riscayne Build-
ing. Miami 32, Florida, and file with
the Clerk of said Court an answer to
the complaint on or before the :;oth
day of October, 1961; otherwise a
' .. .... Bro Confesso will be entered
against >ou for the relief demanded
in the < 'omplaint,
DATED, this 21st day of Beptem-
ber, 11161.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Seal) B) K M. I.Y.MAN
I iep ,ty Clerk
9/29. 10/G-13-2O
i.'.i:, Ruclld Avenue Intend t., register
said name with tli- Clerk of thi
,-uit Court ,.f Bade C tun)
BALVATORE I DtBENEI
NANC\ IHBENKI >K i'T'
.1 DAVID LIEBM \ N
Vttoi ne) for \ ppll i
20 .- E. First \ venue
Miami. Florida
i .. (0/8-13-20
NOT CE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN
: the undersign d, des ring to snga
business under I tltious na m d
MIAMI h I KMT i RK R JFINISH
at 230 N.I-;. 70th Si Miami
to register said name with the 'lerk
of the Circuit Court if I ide I mnty,
Florida.
ALFRED I>. QAUDINI
1/21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OlYBN that
Hie undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious narc- of
SUN KASlii'iN.s OB MIAMI, BUN
I'VSHION CASUALS OF MIAMI at
Bos 2201, Miami Beach 40. Florida in-
tends to register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
SANDY ISLES OF MIAMI. INC.
By: James F. Nauman, Secretary
ARTHUR W. KARLICK
Attorney (or Applicant
.1101 Biscayne Blvd.. Mi-imi. Fla.
9/22-29, 10/C-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of ADVENTURES 1)1 VI NO SHOP at
8921 Coral .Way, Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Fmrida.
SUNFRESH "ORP.
Sole Owner..
HARoi.ii BTRUMPF
Attorney for Applicants
:>0'.' Biscayne Bug,
n.i
9/22-29, t0/6-13
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DDE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 61C-7568 iPruso-
i'KN'II: \L SAVINOS HA NV PHE
CITY OF NEW YDRK, Corporation
exist Ins und. r I he :.i iv I
State ..i New York,
Plaintiff, e
vs.
JESSE JAMES YATE8, el kla
I lefendants.
NOTICE OF SU T
TO: JTIMISE .1 VMES YATES and -
tll.ADIA Y \'li:s '.
Residence Cnkno i
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFTBD thai
a suit has been brougi vm
b) CENTRAL SAVINCS BANK IN
THE CITY OF NEW YORK, In the
sb i\ e-enl ill, d 'en'', to foi..... ..
mortgage encumberlnn the '< iwing
described projierty, to-wit:
l..,t Clock I.'. CAROL CITY
GARDENS, according to the ;)|i
thereof, recorded iti Plat Book 6.',,
:u page 131, of I cord
of I >ade ('ounty, i- Ii i,
and you I i to file vour
answer with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court >! Dade Count), Florida, il the
Courthouse In Miami, hlorlda, on or
before October 2-). 1981, and t, serve
a cop) of such answer upon iiavid
I". CAT8MAN, Paintiff's attorney.
Whose addi.ss is 14th Floor ll 101
East F'iagler Street, M ii Flor-
ida, on or before said date, is re-
quired b) the Laws >| Florida if
vou fail to do so the i mi n il will
be taken as confessed ..v iu uid a
Decree Pro Confess will i>.- entered
against > ou for th r I andad
in the complaint.
DATED this r.th laj September,
1981
i: B LBAT1I RMAN
Clei k of th '. loutt
I i.ide I ".. : I
(seal) U) K M LY A v.
i..
DAVID P. i'A rSMAN
14th Floor at 101 I -r St
Miami 32, Floi
1/22-29 1/8-18
NOTICE O- APPLICATION
FOR TAX DIED
File 52229
N O t iCl IV e I :.
W -. : nee
of City of Mian I' i .- ite
N '111.I.e. .1 i ; .,1
ne, A.D I Cer-
tiflcati ido
applical Ion for -i
i hereon In a< '. s ml
i '.I I ii Icati en......- iv no:
described pi opert) led
i 'ounty, Florida, t-
L.ns B-9 .-. I i. Ill W i I i t\Yn
Resubdh i 16ft
in the Clt) ol M imi, Co it) Of
1 Mil., State ol i
The assessmi nl perty
under the Cel tlfl the name of Unknown Unli tald
Certificate shall be redeemed iccord-
inn to In ta \ deed a there
on "ii the 2.">(h .i.. .....r, a.D.
IMi.
D.ue.i this 19th da) if September,
a.d. 1861
i: B i.k viini'M v-v.'.
Clerk ol I Jlrc lit Court,
Dade Counii. Fl ni i i
(seal) By: It. M LEEPBR
I i 11 \. Clei Ii
I !9 10/8 U-tO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 9*8,'
ANTHONY REBELLO in t
SUSAN MAROARET REBELLO,
his wife,
Plaintiffs,
vs
DAVID SH VPIRI i and LILLIAN
SH A PIRI i. his Wife, and or if either
.r In ith ai.- I. id. all inknown heirs,
devisees, legati Rrnnti
assignees, llenors., taeaj,
or other claimants, claiming by,
through, under oi against i hem .
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES v.M>
CLAIMANTS having iln ng any
righl, title or inter* imn
tin |u ..perty Involved in this ..'.
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE TO DEFEND
To all i>|< THE v- iv.' S MED
DEFENDANTS in I ill ners ins
claiming any righl ite til la,
Intel est Ii oi llei ipon the real
propert) herein des irlbed or .my
part then il
ADDRESSES INK \' IWN
VOU, and each of yo ^Rl H ERB-
BY NOTIFIED that ANTHONY RE-
BELLO and SUSAN M VRO VRET RB
BELLI >. in- w Ife, h.. i
i 'omplainl vs you I title to I he
follou Ing .! .-. i Ibed r pr ip rl | in
I lade i' .iint Florida i-wit:
l^it 81, in Bloi k HAM sn-
BURBAN ACRES, according to the
Plat thereof, i t Booh
4, al Page T:. of the Public Records
of 1 lade i 'ount) i-'ioi, i
Y.ni ar.. hereb) rea I ta rve
copy of your Answer or other lafan-
slve pleading t.i said Complaint on
Plaintiffs' Attorney, ROBERT ft.
TRAURIO, Suit.- 1133 Alfred I di.f'ont
Buildinn. Miami. Florida, and fi;,- the
original In the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit court, on or before tn
aOth day nt October, 1881; otherwise,
the allegations contained therein will
he taken as confessed by you, and a
Decree Pro Confesso ili he entered
\s. you for the relief prayed for in
said Complaint.
DATED at Miami, Dade County.
Florida, this 21st dav of October, 1941.
E B LEATHERMAN
clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) By: K. M. LTMAN
Deputy Clerk
ROBERT H. Tit A URIC
Attorney for Plaintiffs
11a.', Alfred I. dul'ont BldR.
Miami 12, Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 0-EVEN that
the undersigned, desirinaj to en^aiie in
business under the fictitious, n line oif
B & B COFFEE SHOP n in North-
west 2nd Btreet, Muni intends to
register said name with the"'Clerk of
the circuit Couii u Had.; County,
Florida,
'DOSHARA MONSOUR
S'de i iwner
KESSLI'.i: .v I \,t.-.
Attorneys for Sole Owner
3/22r2J, 10/6-13


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Friday, October 6, 1961 +Jelstmridlian Page 11-B K^soitttarics CHAUNCEY STONE c 0 \\\ LSI -1 %  •' %  dli %  '! Oct. ::. ,.. here i: years ago from New ^ ,,,,' i it; :i ti (ilfe, Jean; son, Leo ird, daughter, ( ,i,,i: parent*, Mr and Mrs. Louis Peldman, a brother md two slaters, II 11 i.in: Mrs. Trudj Same Services were under the direct I f Kl\ aide Memorial chapel, Normand) Isle. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 53885-AIN RE: Estate of MAX MoKKISON Decea NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I !re 111 ... ind 4 II Pers >ne II ivinClaims or Demands Aga na Bald Estate; You are hereby notified and re%  11 %  i-- %  • i I., pr MI.V ci lima and demand* which you may hive against the estati .if M fcX Ml IRRIRON deceased late ..r Dade County, Florida, to the County Fudges >f Dade Coun. ty, and file the name In their office* in tiie Count) Courthouse in Kid. County, Florida, within six calendai months from the date if the fli • publication her,-.)f. >r the same will be barred, KV.\ MORRISON Executrix PA UNO E, I INK £ FORMA N Attorneys 1802 Congre i Bull lini; M i ml I ''niri.l.i 9 '23-29, 10/6-12 MRS. BESSIE HELLER ." ..I v-' Pennsylvania ave., Miami i I i, died Se|>i 30. She came here i venr ago from New Ymk City. \ i .ire three sons. Including Moi-rU HeUer a Harr Berman; a l.iuxhli nd .i -iste %  Sen Ices i\ ere i \. w \ rk Cltj with Beyer Funeral ti in • harge lo. all) HYMAN ROCKAWAY 7. Ocean di [laml Bench, ... He can here 10 ) ears 11, Ci.... tlyn ill was .i rel ii ml i i nufaci rei H n v Ivlng ni •• : wll II, Roberl rin ugh ''. i ,. .' %  .. i |f-1 .11 ••;•,Ul ,l..| ...n ol Ml •• • %  Men \. ishlngton > %  %  liLT >N M PlSHCR i i.| ;. 0 Ba> dr Mia leach died n He •' me -i > ••., i %  '.<.-1 >n i: I ;. L u W hi ill Ii n %  111 Hen Sur %  Vnna i .ul ,i %  %  %  • I In Rivei !ha .'•'. '• • mand) Isle MAX LiBMAN ol 23d 21st %  ,, M i I Beach, died He c me here I • > eai • ago \. iv York Knd a ta a retired ., .-' r\ \\ .ni; are Fannie i si enj imln a iei .iii three grunilchildren. Ser• Oct I. i : wide He i ... pel, N irman I) isle. MAX HALPERIN Tv ol |9| \w |4th .... .tie.i Sepl IS i ... here 1," rears ago from flown, NY., mil was a retired •i Surviving are bis wife, Ida: Bons, l>r Kernard, !>>on, and '• Ini a daughter, Mrs. Batelle • • alsi %  -, i %  eight BrandIdrei ~.r\ Ices A %  • .-•. p| L' I in Cordon I.neral I Ion.. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN tl lln undersigned,-desiring to engage inder the fli tltious name V'KRA'S RK XI TY I • IN :ii 8! Collins A\. •., Miami He.,eh Intends nl name with the Cleric 1 rcult dun %  >• 11 ide I 'in i '..i .ii. VKRi 'N'if.x R ^ETTEDCCATO ; ) 8-12-20 ni in of I", to of t). rJOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IM Hl-.REIIY (HVEN that 1 %  ii" Ir-imed, deMrin? to engine in <• II..-under the fictitious nan I v I'lTY RBBTAltRANT nl 1042 H ;\ Kih street. Miami Florida inIi i.'iin register ai • with the k %  nicircul o ri ..t i'a.ie F oi-lda. TOON I ARONOVITZ, Sil.'. %  !• P. N: .'HER \ urn< .for Appllca.nl 10 •; 12. 20-27 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR D*DE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 538/0-A 1 •> '-. Kstate of -\MII:I. FRET MAN 1 < a SAM KRK i M \ N I'e. -.i-ed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS ^ '': editors and x II Persons ila\ |'iciaima ,.r uemands Against Said 1 ite: j"' -i •• hereby notified ami reIulred to present .<<>> < laims and demands which you maj have agalnsl late of BAMUKL FREYMAN 1 K n SA.\I FREYMAN deceased late ol I'aile i ,,iinty, Ftorldo to the foiln' Judges of Dade County, ami rile in duplicate and as provided '" Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Court"'•use in Dade County, P.orlda, within v i^ I'ttlendar months from the lime of the first publication Hereof, or the • will be barred. Dated at Miami, I"iorlda. this 18th n> of September, AD. 1961. FANNIE CKlDSTl-HN tl( ,„„ As Administratrix BtMON, HAYS A GRUNDVi-ERQ Attorney tor Administratrix l Alnsley Building Miami .11>. Florida 9/22-29, 10/6-13 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 6X 1ff>24 PATRICI \ HICKMA .. Plaintiff, \ a. AI.I.Y.V HI. KM \\, I lefendu SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl > Al.l.v N KICKMAN %  "•. North Btreet I'u %  >:.. New York v iu are her, bj n >i i thai i BUI of i 'omplainl for U'.vor been i lied against ,ou ,.i i •• % % %  quired t.. %  •. i cop mr An-u ,-r or I 'leadlnx • i the Hill of Cn ilain '•" the pi ilntil "s Attoi ., u ILL M L. I'ETKH %  %  2nd Weil ue, Mill • %  %  :..i-' oi i i Vn r Plea-ling office of thi 'lerH. of %  • %  • i %  .ii %  before i %  \. • \. • %  I to I i .. %  • n %  %  %  % %  % %  mil U'h Week A .-. ;. n THE \\ IMINE AN J v |-'.orMa. this "i r, A.li i: i \ i %  Clr ule ..... ti M KBSVSL.EK • .. WILLIAM l. PETF 213 N K i Miami 'Morlds Attorne for P aintlff 'X CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAVE AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLOR DA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESKNTS SHALL COME 0 IRBTINGB \\'l,.-r..,.. MARX M FABER, Ml\MI. FLORIDA; AUK RCDNER, MIAMI. FLORIDA; MILDRED KRANSI M ilth'. MIAMI. FLORIDA CYNTHIA KINOSBERO, MIAMI, FLORII>\. LORRAINE HYED, MIAMI. FLORIDA did on the 9th da. ol I'lne. A I'. I9fi8 oause to be incorporated under the provisions 1 Chapter 80S, Florida Statutes, COLEMAN CLINIC, INC., a corporation, with Its principal place of buain — it %  •; %  i Locka In the Btate of Florida, ind srhereas the proper officers of sach corporation did .,n the 28th da) of August, A.D. 1980, OaUSl to be filed in the office of the el ir) of Btate of the Btate ..i Florida, a Certificate of Amendment changii Its irporate "• %  ne I i COLEMAN INSTITUTE, IN'", mi on August 19, 1981 to CQLEMAN CLINIC, INC, and whereas the stockholders ,: such c 'i' din on the 25th da) "i September, A li 1981, cause to he filed In the office of the Secreturj of stat.of thi State of Florida, a Consent of all the stockholders under the provisions ol said Chapter 808, Florida. SJ.it.nes, show I ig t IS disi ilu : ti,,n of Such e irpor ition, Now, therefore, the Becretarj of State .i is hereb) Koins ind thai he n -i '•-'' id I h il the requirements %  la* have been compiled with IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here i sel m hand and ha •• afflxad tl i' Seal of the Sta ie of Florl la, il Pall.il the Capital, tinthe PWENTT-FIFTH da) >( SEPTEMBER, A.D. 1981 i seal) TOM VDAMS, Seen tar) of State to 8 •'• NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVEN that 11.,. undersigned, desiring to enitage In business under ti,,. fictitious name i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C :0552 DOLLAR BAVINOS BANK oK'l'Hi: < "ITY i F NEW Yi >RK Plalnl n \.-. R.xoi I:I, i. fIRAHAM. u single woman anil .1 M WEI SB VM. I lefendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: J. M. WEISBACM 820 N Springfield Avenue Chicago, Illinois You are hereby notiti.-.l that the I above captloned action has been Instituted against you In the Circuit ''..ni". of the Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dade County to foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real properi i: led 2, in Block 30, CORAL WAV VILLAOR, SECTION A, PART according t.. the Pl.it th i. recorded In Plat Book '.. at Page 17. of the Publii Records "i Bade ( lount) Florid You are required to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a cop> there if up in pi ilni attorney MARTIN FINE, nth Floor Dade Federal Building Miami 22, Florida, not la November 6 .„ %  %  l)e Tee Pro C mfesso ill :,.. entered ag lir l luted al Miami, Fl II Is I d ,!., j ..i h tober : I K B LEATHERMAN, i 'Ii rk, Circuit Curl ( %  irlda •, N W A Dep .. MARTIN FINI VU.irtii • Hth i :,,.. • i.i Mian i .... i lor 10/6-1-1 '" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl >TH K 18-HKR IVEN that I the undersiarned, desl engugi In buslners under I h I FASHION FAIR DRESS SHOP al Kird Ro i Miami Florl la Intend to reg with the i lerk ..f the Clr Co t ol I lade County, Florida .MATll.l>\ FELDSTEIN SHIRLEY WHITCUP s.,.|e %  >\i. ners 10 8-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN thai the un.iersiKned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAR-TAB VENDING at 201 N.W. 7::rd Street. Miami. Florida intends to register said name with th.Clerk ni the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida Mi ISAM CORP. Bj M i, Copperman, President HARRY Zl'KERNICK Attorne) for Moaam Corp I2n Lincoln Rd.. Miami Reach. I'la. 10/8-13-20-27 statement required by the Act of August 24, 1912, %  • imended b) the Acts of March 3, ''' %  -. Jul) 2, 1946 and June 11. 1980 iTt BUI 2081 showing the ownership, management, and circulation of The Jewish Florldlnn, published weekly at Miami, Florida, ; tor i ictober i. 1981 Tlie names and i I Ireases of the publisher-editor ire i-rei K Shochet, I'.. Box 2973 Miami I. Fla The owner iThe Jewish Florldlan, N'..t in,, Ethel sh ichet, Fred K Bho, het, I'.Oi *.x '. %  •;:. Miami i. Fla. The average number of copies of each Issue of this publication sold oi dl > dinted, through the mails or otherwise, to paid iers during the 12 month* pr ding the date shown above w is 11,1 %  >.:. Fred K. Shochet editor-publisher Sworn to and •ied before me this 27th da; ol September, I ••' %  Selma M Thompson, Notar) Public. (My commission expires Sept. 8, 1982) LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR,DA IN AND FOP DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 8IC 10213 KATHLEEN MILLER ANDERSON, Plaintiff, \ s. OM \i: I.I:I: tNDERSi IN. I i.l. n.l.iut. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: OMAR I KK ANDERS' I s 1M >. Box No. 328 Parker Building %  •Aiin ,,ii>. NorUfsMaroMan You are hereb) notlfli I i Rill of Compuiini for l f i^ irce i is been filed agalnsl you In the .. titled cans,., and \'•'!" \i.-.-•' to the BUI ol Complaint on the Plaint if • \ Charh M. Kelly, l.'.L'.'. E 4th A Hlaleah, Florida and file the ir In tl fflce ol the (Mrcult Qourt on i tefore rth da ) %  if i ictober, 198 ol .' Ise a i % %  Pro "onfesso will b ntered iga nst you. lined al Miami, Flor la this 25th • la > of Beptember, I 181 i: B Li: \ rHERMAN clerk of the i 'ir. it Court 11 ide i '.iiin!\ p| irida (seal) B) HELEN KBSSLBR, Deput) <'lerk • i 10/8-13-20 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 7685 MIAMI P.KAi'H FEDERAL SAVINGS ,\ l.o.W ASS. (CIATION, Plaintiff, vs fJEOROK W •' VMPBELL ind MARTHA V I'AMPBKLL, his v/if-, Detendan NOTICE OF SUIT ii CEl iROK W. CAM ind MARTHA \ VMPBI his Apnl \tlai 'ieorura re hen I • d action KtltUtl i i i urt of i %  I Ida In and for i • %  !•• •' lose i I. s. ribed rea I ,,i • • | I GARDENS, •l •. .... [,ng, • %  l 9 ol I lade Count You lire >i ilr i to |daln< Ii the i "lerk .-...,: ..• ., : i servi a %  %  %  %  re upoi my. M VRTIN FINI I I lade Fi rti • al Bui'.dln -i v iml "... Florida, it later thai or a Decree Pro Confesso ^ .d be entered against Dated it M I irl hi this Ith da) "i September I E H LEA f HERMAN i 'lerk of the i i iourt (seal) By; HELEN KB8SLBR, Deput) Clerk MALTIX FINK Attorney for Plaintiff mil Floor Dade Federal Bidg. Miami 32, Florida 9/29, 10/8NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTh'i: 18 HEREBY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi In business under the fictitious name of MY FAIR LADY tl 17700 Coll ns Avenue, Miami Beach, Dade 'ounty, Fla., i intend.-, to register said name with the Clerk of the .'r it Court of Dade %  "ounty, Florid i JACK SILVER 10 i l i iwner STREET a (1RBI INFIELD %  Attorneys for Petitioner 120 Lin. ..In Ri id • !9 I0/'1-I1-20 NOT CE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \'i iTH'i-: is HEREBY ilV 'v that she undersigned, l< lrlng to engat business under the fictitious .f ALEXANDRIA APARTMENTS al NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICi; is HKRMHV OIVEN that the undersigned, desiringto engage In business under the fictitious name of 1 UUBBEAN MODES, INC. at ISO B.W. 8th Street, Miami, t'lorida intends to register said name with the 'lerk of tho Circuit Court of Dade I ounty, Horida. CARIBBEAN SHOE CORP., .** j w Yor,c corporation, authorized to do business in the State of Florida. MARVIN I. WIBNBB Attorney for Applicant 9/22-29. 10/8-1.1 NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 61C 10641 SHIRLEY MAE vr | Plaintiff, vs. j TK< IDORO VK'iiA, I i.-fendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: TEODOKO VBflA 380 I'nion Street Brooklyn. New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has I n filed against >OU, and you are required to serve a copy of yotfr An-in-r or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, ROOF. II 11. EDWARDS, 7500 Red Road, South Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 6th day of November. 1961. If >ou fail to do so, judajo-.ent by d.fault will be taken a',-alnst you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published nice each week, for four con.se,' itive weeks in THE JEWISH FI/IRIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at. Miami. Florida, thi., Srd day of Octobe. A l i 1961. E. B. LKVCHCrtMAV, Clerk. Circuit Court. Bade County, Florida (seal) By: HELEN KKSSLK.lt Deputy Clark ROOBR H LDWARDS 7.-.00 Red Road South Miami, Florida Attorne) for Plaintiff IO/6-H-20-27 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 6'C -8J33 YOLANDA I. ROXA8, formerly known as VDLANDA K ROXAS, and also sometimes known as YOI*ANDA CICCONB, Individual^ and is l^egal (luardlan of HOPE C ROXAS, < ,. Minor, Plaintiff, \ B IILORIA PALUMBO %  Single woman. CHARLES W. BATTISTl. JOSEPH DAMATOand MARIE J HAMATo, 1 i.-feiidants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JOSEPH l> AMAVn and MARIE J. D'AMATO 142-04 Napons.t Avenue lng Island. New York You and each of you are hereby notified that a complaint has been filed against you in the above styled court in Chancery by YOLANDA I ROXAS. formerly, known as YOLANDA I .. ROXAS', and also sometimes known as YOLANDA CICCONE, individually and as Iegal Ouardian of HOPE C. ROXAS, a minor child. You are required to serve ujmn OBOROE N MacDONELU Plaintiff's Attorney hi.se address Is 504 Riscayne Building. Miami 32, Florida, and file with the Clerk of said Court an answer to the complaint on or before the :;oth day of October, 1961; otherwise a .. •.... Bro Confesso will be entered against >ou for the relief demanded in the < 'omplaint, DATED, this 21st day of Beptember, 11161. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court (Seal) B) K M. I.Y.MAN I iep ,ty Clerk 9/29. 10/G-13-2O i.'.i:, Ruclld Avenue Intend t., register said name with tliClerk of thi ,-uit Court ,.f Bade C tun) • BALVATORE I DtBENEI NANC\ IHBENKI >K i'T' • .1 DAVID LIEBM \ N Vttoi ne) for \ ppll i 20 .E. First \ venue Miami. Florida i .. (0/8-13-20 NOT CE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN : the undersign d, des ring to snga business under I tltious na m d MIAMI h I KMT i RK R JFINISH at 230 N.I-;. 70th Si Miami to register said name with the 'lerk of the Circuit Court if I ide I mnty, Florida. ALFRED I>. QAUDINI 1/21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OlYBN that Hie undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious narcof SUN KASlii'iN.s OB MIAMI, BUN I'VSHION CASUALS OF MIAMI at Bos 2201, Miami Beach 40. Florida intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SANDY ISLES OF MIAMI. INC. By: James F. Nauman, Secretary ARTHUR W. KARLICK Attorney (or Applicant .1101 Biscayne Blvd.. Mi-imi. Fla. 9/22-29, 10/C-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of ADVENTURES 1)1 VI NO SHOP at 8921 Coral .Way, Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fmrida. SUNFRESH "ORP. Sole Owner.. HARoi.ii BTRUMPF Attorney for Applicants :>0'.' Biscayne Bug, n.i 9/22-29, t0/6-13 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DDE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 61C-7568 iPrusoI'KN'II: \L SAVINOS HA NV %  PHE CITY OF NEW YDRK, Corporation exist Ins und. r I he :.i iv I State ..i New York, Plaintiff, e vs. JESSE JAMES YATE8, el kla I lefendants. NOTICE OF SU T TO: JTIMISE .1 VMES YATES and tll.ADIA Y \'li:s '. %  Residence Cnkno i YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFTBD thai a suit has been brougi vm b) CENTRAL SAVINCS BANK IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK, In the sb i\ e-enl ill, d '•en'', to foi .. mortgage encumberlnn the •'< iwing described projierty, to-wit: l..,t •£, Clock I.'. CAROL CITY GARDENS, according to the ;) |i thereof, recorded iti Plat Book 6.',, :u page 131, of I cord • of I >ade ( 'ounty, iIi i, and you I %  i • • %  to file vour answer with the Clerk of the Circuit Court •>! Dade Count), Florida, il the Courthouse In Miami, hlorlda, on or before October 2-). 1981, and t, serve a cop) of such answer upon IIAVID I". CAT8MAN, Paintiff's attorney. Whose addi.ss is 14th Floor ll 101 East F'iagler Street, M ii Florida, on or before said date, is required b) the Laws >| Florida if vou fail to do so the i mi n il will be taken as confessed ..v iu uid a Decree Pro Confess will i>.entered against > ou for th r I andad in the complaint. DATED this r.th laj %  September, 1981 i: B LBAT1I RMAN Clei k of th •'. loutt I i.ide I ".. : • .• %  • I (seal) U) K M LY A v. i.. DAVID P. I'A rSMAN 14th Floor at 101 I -r St Miami 32, Floi 1/22-29 1/8-18 NOTICE OAPPLICATION FOR TAX DIED File 52229 N O t iCl IV e I • •:. W -. : nee of City of Mian I' i .%  ite N '111.I.e. .1 i ; .,1 ne, A.D I Certiflcati ido applical Ion for • • -i i hereon In a< '•. s ml i '.I I ii Icati en iv no: described pi opert) led i 'ounty, Florida, t • %  L.ns B-9 .-. I i. Ill W i I i t\Yn Resubdh %  i ,•• 16ft in the Clt) ol M imi, Co it) Of 1 Mil., State ol i The assessmi nl perty under the Cel tlfl ( h .i.. r, A .D. IMi. D.ue. i this 19th da) if September, A.D. 1861 i: B I.K viini'M v-v.'. Clerk ol I Jlrc lit Court, Dade Counii. Fl ni i i (seal) By: It. M LEEPBR I %  i %  11 \. Clei Ii I !9 10/8 U-tO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 9*8,' ANTHONY REBELLO in t SUSAN MAROARET REBELLO, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs DAVID SH VPIRI i and LILLIAN SH A PIRI i. his Wife, and or if either .•r In ith ai.%  I. id. all inknown heirs, devisees, legati • Rrnnti assignees, llenors., taeaj, or other claimants, claiming by, through, under oi against i hem ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES v.M> CLAIMANTS having iln ng any righl, title or inter* imn tin |u ..perty Involved in this ..'. Defendants. AMENDED NOTICE TO DEFEND To ALL i>|< THE viv.' S •• MED DEFENDANTS in I ill ners ins claiming any righl ite til la, Intel est Ii oi llei ipon the real propert) herein des irlbed or .my part then il ADDRESSES INK \' IWN VOU, and each of yo ^Rl H ERBBY NOTIFIED that ANTHONY REBELLO and SUSAN M VRO VRET RB BELLI >. inw Ife, h.. i i 'omplainl vs you I title to I he follou Ing .!• .-. i Ibed r pr ip rl | in I lade i' .iint • Florida i-wit: l^it 81, in Bloi k HAM snBURBAN ACRES, according to the Plat thereof, i t Booh 4, al Page T:. of the Public Records of 1 lade i 'ount) i-'i oi, i %  Y.ni ar.. hereb) rea %  • I ta rve %  copy of your Answer or other lafanslve pleading t.i said Complaint on Plaintiffs' Attorney, ROBERT ft. TRAURIO, Suit.1133 Alfred I di.f'ont Buildinn. Miami. Florida, and fi;,the original In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit court, on or before tn aOth day nt October, 1881; otherwise, the allegations contained therein will he taken as confessed by you, and a Decree Pro Confesso ili he entered \s. you for the relief prayed for in said Com plaint. DATED at Miami, Dade County. Florida, this 21st dav of October, 1941. E B LEATHERMAN clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) By: K. M. LTMAN Deputy Clerk ROBERT H. Tit A URIC Attorney for Plaintiffs 11a.', Alfred I. dul'ont BldR. Miami 12, Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY 0-EVEN that the undersigned, desirinaj to en^aiie in business under the fictitious, n line oif B & B COFFEE SHOP n in Northwest 2nd Btreet, Muni intends to register said name with the"'Clerk of the circuit Couii u Had.; County, Florida, 'DOSHARA MONSOUR S'de i iwner KESSLI'.i: .v I \,t.-. Attorneys for Sole Owner 3/22r2J, 10/6-13



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Page 14-A +Jen is* fkridtian Friday. October 6. Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Will Israel Reborn Again Enchant the Jewish People? THE WILD GOATS OF EIN GEDI. By Herbert Weiner. 312.pp. New York: Doubleday. $4.50. IN JERUSALEM, a friend said. "If it is religion you are looking for. you have come to the wrong land.'" But for Rabbi Herbert Weiner of Temple Israel, a Reform congregation in South Orange. N.J.. it was a search which took him back to Israel fourteen times in fifteen years, to culminate finally in this "journal of religious encounters in the Holy Land." Is spiritual creativity dead in th" land of Israel.' Do the ancient forms of the great religions lie fallow across the fields, neither seeding nor (lowering? Or is there still something in the strangely bright light and harsh extremes of climate and topography which will again force its majesty into the human soul? Rabi.'i Weiner sought among the Moslems and stepped deeply into the separation of church and state controversj which disturbs Western Jews SO greatly. But in United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON the Middle East, he says, the concept of religious freedom has a different meaning: it connotes the "right of a minority community to ensure its existence." to control the lives of its adherents: allow the individual the freedom to act outside of his religion and you have "deprived the religious community of its inherited and sacred rights." Moslems, moreover, live in a specially difficult predicament, for there is no tradition in Islam which glorifies the minority status, which says blessed arethe meek, which transforms exile into exaltation and responsibility. For the East, time is a never-ending river, the unwinding of a film which has already been made, but for the West, there is newness, goal and conclusion. Yel among the Christians in the land, the subject which the church calls "Mysterium Israelis, the mystery of Israel" produces an odd paralysis, a suction backwards. The Darmstadt nuns who want to expiate Nazi crimes, the angry Father Ellas from Mount Carmel, .lochanan of the Mongi Slim: Enemy of a UN Member Nation i nited Nations |J?W LONG DOES it lake for a tear to dry? What speed transforms n rning into electric ambition? How iti was Ibis House the day word cami Dai Hammarskjold's death! A: <'. how cynical did it become within 24 hi Hammarskjold's broken bones were i yel interred in the soil of his home in Sweden, when the 1 • for succession had begun, oh. to bt sure, there v<.%  ncere griei when the first cables arrived, reporting the tragedy. Traged) it was, Not only to diplomats. Capitol Spotlight: By MILTuN FRIEDMAN Those Arab Refugees Washington APPEASEMENT OF the Arabs ^* at Israel's expense by pressure at the United Nations to give 0 n e million Arab relugees a "choice"' of returning to Israel disturbs Congressmen of both parties. Arab residents are rioting against Israel; widespread disloyalty and underground subversion are disclosed. But the State Department is telling Congress that Israel must open its borders to all the Arab refugees who want to live in the Jewish State. The State Department view was given to the House Appropriations Committee in testimony on foreign operations appropriations for 1962. The Department announced that "friendly relations with the United Arab Republic are an indispensable requisite to the resolution on important area problems." The Department's new thinking was spelled out by Howard R. Cottam, Deputy Assistant Secretary lor Economic Affairs. Cottam said: "The UAR is perhaps the largest and strongest militarily and economically of the Arab states, and the role that Mr. Nasser plays with his Arab brothers is a vital "one. He also is increasing his participation on the international scene. He needs external assistance—it is our policy to assist him in order to avoid the alternative of total reliance on Soviet aid." Mr. Cottam made known that the Administration was concerned about the Arab refugees for political as well as humanitarian reasons. He pointed out that the United States is a member of the UN Palestine Conciliation Commission and charged by resolution of the last U.N. General Assembly to formulate a report by Oct. 15 "whereby the refugees could be Offered the alternative of repatriation to their homes or compensation." Cottam indicated that Israel would be pressed to Offer repatriation to all Arab refugees. But the Department of S'tate was convinced" that "pressing" the Arabs to relax boycott and blockade tactics affecting American citizens and companies "would intensity the very restrictions we are seeking to remove." Secretary of State Dean Rusk said simultaneously that the United States supports implementation of a IN resolution "which provides the relugees the option Of repatriation ... or of compensation lor those who do not wish to return Members of the Appropriations Committee were angered by aspects of the State Departments.testimony. Rep. John J. Rooney, New York Democrat, led the attack. Rep. Rooney held that State Department insistence on giving a mass of hostile Arabs a "right" to legally invade Israel "represents the wildest oi thinking insofar as f am concerned." Rep. Rooney wrote Secretary Rusk: "I am afraid that the Administration may be moving in the wrong direction pressing Israel to repatriate Arab refugees an initiative that could prove to be both impractical and unjust." Also to many others, like this correspondent, who, for so long, had known this great man. Never, in all th years this writer has been reporting the work of Dag Hammarskjold, has Hammarskjold been accused, in this department, <>t doing am thing but the duty as he saw it. in the truest sense of the word. Hammarskjold was the man who — to use one of his favorite phrases — Insisted on "the will to peace." He hit hard on that theme in regard to Arab-Israeli as on ail other matters affecting war and peace. Yet, as soon as he was gene, delegates here were willing and ready to forget that prime principle, that fundamental need for a will to peace expressed in absolute fairness to all sides involved in any dispute Without .shame, delegates from countries considered among Israel's most trustworthy friends were willing to consider the election of Tunisia's Mongi Slim a* the acting executive chiel of the United Nations. In his drive toward peace. Hammarskjold had counted heavily on the Middle East as an area where he could prove the possibility of peace. The Middle East was one region where Hammarskjold had more personal responsibilities than given to the' Secretary-General in regard to any other area in the world. Hammarskjold personally was the commander in-chief and sole elected officer responsible for: 1. The day-to-day work of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization and the four Mixed Armistice Commissions in charge of supervising the uneasy "peace" between Israel and four Arab states: the United Arab Republic, which includes both Egypt and Syria, Jordan and Lebanon. 2. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Relugees. furnishing relief for the Arab refugees. 3. The Palestine Conciliation Commission, composed of the United States. France and Turkey but actually run out of Hammarskjold's office. 4. The United Nations Emergency Force. Wherever there is or was a "United Nations presence" — that "presence" was under the personal jurisdiction of the Secretary-General. Hammarskjold had hoped that, sooner or later, he might prove to the world that he could achieve a modus vivendi between Israel and its Arab neighbors — thereby proving that the "will to peace" could be transformed into the reality of peace. As soon as Mongi Slims name was projected as the possible successor to Hammarskjold, even on a shortterm, pro-tern basis, friends of Israel here wondered: How far can cynicism go? How can the United Nations forget that Slim, a Tunisian, a Moslem whose government is a member of the Arab League, whose state does not recognize Israel, could not possibly fall into the category of fair umpire in any dispute, minor or major, concerning Israel and the Arab states? OH the Record By NATHAN 2IPRIK Little Brothers of Jesus — they dream e< plan |, tian seeds in the desert: but the soil which mi. louriik them is Hebraic. The "leap backward in time" which assailboth lev and Christians in Israel allows both to view their belief 8 from new directions — but the conclusions are metim ancient. A group of Jewish Baptists in Haifa ai trying • form a Jewish church within the church, a pro 1 which was argued nearly two thousand years ago in .'. rusalen The Neturai Karta. the devout Orthodoxy o | ,. M Pa k Shearim, also lie rootless upon the land. „• ( 0 ;, viability. "It manifestly is absurd to believe thai u P have been waiting two thousand years in so much a .|, merely in order to finish up by playing the sa role fa the world as an Albania or a Honduras." Tl nave a point: but they do nothing to change the role. ", • ,|„ he Sabras. unmodulated like the tones of their digging avidly in the rocks for proof of their ii they confuse the past with their future' Not Gurion: "I am sure Moses believed God spoke i perhaps there is a God, but I just can't believe C spoke to him." For there is something unfulfilled and unthe Jewish State. Will the land again enchant so that out of Zion shall come forth tin I;, Weiner believes it will, but uaae. do • Ben-'tn. and really in a new waj past. Not a mystic, he oevertheli ds, seeking rational answers: it is |h< winch lies at the heart cf Israel's probh m, tl ness of Caesar and God. If you read only one book on Israel '.hij •. you s-houio read this one. • %  I in leople, Rabbi Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Bible Quiz Answers "SRAEL is going aheai 1 Bible Quiz. The> Ii ok o this with as much interc-' o a championship prize fig 1 wonder how many there can nswer the following Bib i ions. Can you? 1 At what f the day was Adam created .'. Vho was the smallest man In the Bible? 3. Who is the straightest man mention..! :n %  the Bible? 4. What tennis player is mentm Who slept live in a bed? The answers: 1. A little before Eve. :• KneeHigh-Mia (Nehimiah). 3. Joseph—Pharaoh in. a ruler over Egypt. 4. Joseph — he serve n the King's courts. 5 David—the Bible says he slpt uith his forefathers. How many did you know? The Bible ha; everything. Lincoln said the Bible was the best cure for the blues. Lincoln's style is said to hav been molded 00 the Bible. Dr. Stuart Rosenberg in an interesting lif'e irk on the Bible points out how much of our English speech is seeded with Biblical expressions. Phrases like "thorn in the flesh," %  "millstone around ne neck." We go on using scores of these expression! most of us not knowing that they are derived front the Bible. Many of us who are aware that they are Biblical would be hard put to tell where the;come lrom. The other day I heard a young American Jew say that "Cast your bread into the waters" comes from the New Testament. To our fathers, the Bible was the summum bonum. They studied every word; every verbal peculiarity had a reason, a special significance Rabbi Levi Itzehak used to say that when the Messiah comes, even the blank spaces between the words would be found to have meaning. i UOWWiu %  Recollections of the Blaustein Gurion Pledge i .. THE FOLLOWING is lrom a friend whoi is very close to the American Jew ish Committee, though not m any oil'icial or even semi-official capacity, i have I pondered the reason for his raising the issue anew and for reopening the dOOl I to controversy; but, very honestly, 1 have | not been able to come up with a satisfac tory answer. However, if I were of the! breed of predicting columnists. I would hazard the guess that it points the finger to another communication to the Committee by Mr. Ben-Gurion. "Controversy grabs headlines; agreements usually have a more difficult time catching the public eye. An exception to this journalistic rule was the recent joint statements by Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and Honorary American Jewish Committee President Jacob Blaustein, clarifying the relationship of Israel to Jews in other countries. "The announcement of the understanding between Prime Minister Ben-Gurion and Jacob Blaustein gained widespread attention and discussion. Essentially it reaffirmed, clarified and strengthened the agreement they had reached ten years earlier in Jerusalem 111 tnis provocative issue. The understanding embodied these basic principles: Israel'.speaks only tor its own people; the Israel government will do nothing to interefere with or undermine the status and security of Jewish commun:: %  abroad; the emigration to Israel is a matter of one's own free discretion. "These firm views were extremely welcome coming as they did in the wake of Ben-Gurion's reportremarks at the 25th World Zionist Congress, which held that Jews throughout the world were obligated to emigrate to Israel and that true Judaism can only be pracuceel within the state of Israel. "It is quite obvious that if this relationship between Israel and Jews in other free democracies had not been clarified. Israel would havt lost considerable good-vu'I among American Jews, "It is now four months since all this tcok place. Adding up the impact of the events, it is obvious that the Blair stein-Ben-Gurion agreement remains fresh in the public S mind, while the side issue is forgotten. It is also clear tbat the ideas and spirit of the agreement are of vital longrange importance to both American Jews and Israel."



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Page 12-A *Jt//*fl nuridian Friday. October 6 Reform Congregations Map Seminar; UAHC Educator to be Main Speaker Professional and lay educational j leaders of South Florida's Reform synagogues 'will participate in a day of seminars at Temple I rail jof Greater Miami on Sunday on the subject of 'The"Teaching of Jewish Values." The seminar is being sponsored by the South Flon1 da. Federation of the Union of 'American Hebrew Congregations : in cooperation with the Bureau of Jewish Education here. Guest will be Dr. Chain I. Essrog, director of adult education of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. He '.vill address members of congre;ational religious i school boards at 10 a.m. At noon. Dr. Essrog will speak at a luncheon of religious school teachers from the eight South Florida Reform congregations, and at 2:30 p.m.. he will conduct a seminar on adult education. 1981 muruty relations. He received h Doc-orate in philosophv from u, eard following service .,a 1 !ain during World War |[ On Friday night, Dr Essrog J preach the sermon :.m m e pit of Temple Israel. "Cosnm: | Ml-1 lopii A %  RABBI CHAIM ESSROG Culminating the holiday season, teen-agers at Temple Menorah had a special service for Shemini Atzereth and Simchas Torah on Monday and Tuesday, followed by kiddush in the Sukkah which they decorated themselves. United Synagogue Youth group at the Temple, under the direction of Mrs. Robert Bloch. youth advisor, started the year with a membership of over 70 teen-agers. The senior chapter, for teenagers in 10th grade and over, is led by Barbara Segal, president. Junior chapter, with Michael Lisinsky as president, welcomes all boys and girls past Bar and Bas Mitzvah age. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz is spiritual leader of the Temple. WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7 50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4 2710 FR 4-8783 Rabbi Hurwitz Leaves Zamora Rabbi U Leon Hurwitz. spiritual leader of Temple Zamora. Coral Gables, has resigned his post. Max Samuel, president of Temple Israel. Daytona Beach. Fla.. this week announced the appointment of Rabbi Hurwitz as spiritual leader there. Temple Zamora held Sukkoth holiday services with guest spiritual leaders officiating in the Coral Gables congregation's pulpit. Rabbi Hurwitz left immediately following Yom Kippur. Rabbi Hurwitz reportedly askeo Temple Zamora congregation officials for a two-year leave of absence He has since signed a threeyear contract with Temple Israel in Daytona Beach. There will be five workshops for teachers after the luncheon. Mrs. Jacob Bomstein, of Temple Israel, will lead the primary group; Mrs. Harry Ross, Temple Beth Am, intermediate; Sol Lichter, Temple Beth Sholcm, confirmation; Dr. Sidney Besvinick, Temple Israel, post-confirmation; and Louis Schwartzman, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, Hebrew teachers. Dr. Essrog, who took over the adult education department for the : national Reform movement twoi • years ago, is a native Israeli, whose | family arrived there in 1492 after expulsion from Spain. Besides serving a number of pulpits in the east, he has been a faculty member at Columbia. McGllI, Yeshiva University, and Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Dr. Essrog nas a Master's degree | in social work, and served in vani ous capacities in the field of com-! TWO PLOTS STAR OF DAVID DEVEIOPED AREA, $330.00 Call 9 to 6 JE 2-5*61 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues. Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale & Retail ISRAELI GlfTS AND MOVftTffS 417 Washington Ave. JE I 9017 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, FU HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAl DIRECTOR MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builder," Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS To live n Mejrij We tee.3rh.no 1 It 13 I It Forvr r~-r rescheduled Unvei ingi SUNDAY, OCT. 3 1961 Mt. Nebo Ceme'ery SCPHIA BECKER, 3 p.m. Grace/and Memorial P-.rk WILLIAM P. GOTTLIEB, II a.m. Rabbi M %  ••• W Jew'ih Seef'on o! VVoodfawn C?ineter/ MINNIE, DAVI0 ASD NATHAN BRENNER II om Rabbi M • Moj r sit s M Stern il P< PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones HI i 0922 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 Gomes Party Thursday Menorah chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, was to have a cards and mah jongg parly Thursday. 12:30 p.m.. at the Miami Beach Business Men's Club. 201 20th st. Miami Hebrew Book Store 1M5 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE R-1840 Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues. Schools & Private Us* ISRAELI 4 DOMESTIC GIFTS


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I Page 10-A +Jen taft fJcrkfiatr? Friday, October 3. 1981 Roman Ruins By MAX UftNH U.S. Sees Nasser Threat to Israel baaiburg, Germany With my itch for rtliai I have made an cxctinson from Frankfurt to the cid Roman cr.sile here at Saalbure. There IN a luminous story to be r eced together from tlWM ruins, about a succession of Roman empcr—from Julni> (;iesar through Vespasian and Domitian—whose armies p\ -htd Roman power into what i* now France. Belgium and Germany: I also "f later emperor-, from Hadrian through Caracaila, who had i stomach for further expaaaioo, but wanted to hold what they had. -' latter emperors djd a natural thing They built ;i wall. It was sive wall it barbarian attack from without, so that the i nside < mid work and enjoy the irints of their conquests. It tool; then about 13 years to build, roughl) ir< ear B3, when the first %  %  ; oden lowi i |hly the year 213. w' -•:•'• %  ., '..'ha < • mortal and rami %  ns call the i. nube to i 1 1 tchi nd their i. The Romans %  the real i irts oi em] ai i men and not walls—mei eir know I %  cf the JO they buili ti i r their l ensiI THE ROMAN FORT oi the roi '' %  • e i • • i ntn r Wi cha '• put id pieces the} 1 reconstructed I as it n Iced mon 7 centui a museum where you can see how 'hoc l ans thej vere not content with that. They also added fronl entrance there is a I.atm inscription about 1 e reign and by whose bounty the reconstruction ',-' Ai I ai the base oi the statue of the Emperor Antoninus which :. front ol the gate, the Emperor of the Germans ottered his '" %  age to th< Emperor ot the Romans: "Imperatorl Romanorum im I'' rat< Germanorum." -£THUS, ALONG WITH the ancient story at Saalburg, you can't help rei the modern story as well. The descendants of the German bar1 • whom the Romans had tried to keep out by their wall, tried tor as the Romans had. There was Wilhelm-Guiliclmus II on the ir enptions—and after him there was Adolphu.s. who lelt no successor. The German thrust at empire failed. The Prussians tried to ape tk "' ( without creating a new type Ol man as the Romans had • %  out and sustain their power. As for Adoli Hitler, he did tr> to create Nazi man, but he worked too and feverishly to work endunngly There were scarely more than ears between the beginning ol his movement in a Munich beer hall his death in his underground chamber in Berlin. You need generations and even centuries to Iran.'form man into a new image and to Shape ., new commanding elite to run the new world. Hitler had only time to scream death in the darkness of his fevered brain, and while there was will and even genius of a kind in the working of that brain. you cannot build an empire on a scream of death. Continued from Page t-A reverse — more turmoil ard new headaches, fcr the Kennedy Administration which has so far been sparec" Middle East explosions while coping with crises almost everywhere in the world." While indicating that Washington does not exclude the possibility of an Egyptian-Israeli flare-up. the correspondent discounted this possibility, explaining that "although picking a tight with the Israelis would have a treat unifying influence among the Arabs, it would also risk a war '.hat Egypt's Soviet-equipped arri might very well lose, judj rig fron the vious clash between t K -e two countries when Israe 1 invad d thi S i •rt in 195H Thi Mr N'asst r i ight lil >n this front." Meanwhil '..:.' gl rt in Jem a ek to 5e< "its tee of 1 • rt wi enti Tel Aviv Bureau Admitted Here Ralph lirector of the Better Busin< -Bureau ol Greater Miami, announced here that the Better Business Bureau ot Tel Aviv, Israel, has been admitted to membership in the association by ad-interim action of the board Dars to be that the revolt brought little cbangi with respect to Israel's concern for the mirtena "ce of border quiet, It is pointed out that the Syrians v.ere rot known fcr their observance cf the armistice agrMm*nti even before the country's unification with Egypt in 1953, and there was I'tf'e reason to assume that the Situation will be ar-.y dif'erent afier the dissolution cf the UAR. It is feared n lerusa Hat the new Syrian rcyme. C c nprUina elements simiar !;.. th. n th pre unification governn niav now use Israel as a mea prov ing her "ttVK A-, t na. .,!,,,„ •! and also for divorl nj j c A tention fr.om lr.ttrral di.'culties." At the same time, I. ..., r u was emphasized tfiat ; 1 V 0 | t dealt a heavy blew to N forced upon him a more i UUoiIS line. From the wider strategic considerations, the di$i ion of the United Arab K< r lKo broke up the unified mi] ,,, n maud which faced Israe i t ne north and the south, ai thened the anti-Ni --• r ci in the Arab u The Syria revolt prise to Israel, that dissai %  TI govern m on is) elements, li aning en caution emau ing its ultim iti • re. Fabulous Weekly Package the MADISON Cvr 0O> re. Ctvti 61 lll-nois Ave. ATLANTIC C ITY FROM CQ 50 fR 0'-i JLC8K Senv Pr.v^'e Pfh Private Ba'h PER FERSCN 2 IN ROOM ... Bicycling en Boardwalk ALL BOX Salt Water Taffy Moiling Chair Ride FRFF Meat Pier Admission %  %  *• %  • CocktaM Party Plus FREE attractions available to all guests B'dway Entertainment. Movies. Bingo. TV. Surf Bathing. Air Conditioned Dining Rooms, Cocktail Lounge, Lobbies. Also European Plan. 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The Russians are building their wall to keep their own people in. In his long, impassioned speech under a hiugc tent at Frankfurt, the closing speech of his campaign. Willy Brandt called the Russian wall a .Scnandcmaucr—a wall of shame. It is a wall of fear as well—the Imperator Khrushchev's fear of the people he has conquered, whom he thus hems m until he can Iranslorm them into the new Soviet man. — HEALTH £ • •.With EVERY LUXURY. Benefit from the heolfh-giving, rodiooctive fhermoj voters of Hot Springs and relax in luxury at The Arlington. Bathe oway all your aches and pains due to tension and fatigue.,. .relieve Ofthrifis, rheumotijm, pnd high blood pressure. Superb bathhouse in the hotel. Enjoy our new miracle, temperature-controlled, cascode twin swimming pools, patio and sun decks.. .dance and be entertained. Golf on our two 18-hole Championship Courses. Finest food served anywhere is the pride of the A/lington. 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Iriday. Octobe* 6. 1961 +Jm4sto Ihti iitr Page 9-A [*** ml %  %  ^^B I %  IH %  %  1 %  %  l *$ %  'sadore Hecht, local business and civic leader, is seen with Rcbbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, c! the site of the congregation's new administrative wing. Hecht will be honored at a dinner on Sunday, Oct. 29, at the Eden Roc hotel. I Tribute Planned I For Local Leader •.ri HTM ''1 b* *>o-"-r-l i' [Ttmple Be:h Shoiom's Isnel Bar Mit/viih d'nner on Sunday everting. Oct. 29, HI lhi 1 Eden Roc hotel, was announced by James .M. Albert, president of the Temple, who if scheduled to chair the event. Tribute will be paid to Hecht "in recognition of his ou'standing ser: (( !o Timpie Beth Sholom. the munily, ard the State of Israel" h his Israel Bond efforts. >:;.t>bi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Be;h Sholom, exi • -i (I his gratification that Hecht ( n -ill ded lor special rccogI lion Hecht is a mmb*r of the tcards of Temp> Beth Sholom, M. S ; rtai Hospital, the Greater Miami Jtwftfl Federation, and trar.dejs University. (ii h;s chairmanship. Temple Miolom's Israel Bond dinner S am H'ish. Mr and Mrs. Harry I Mil" achieved a record in the i Horowitz. Mr. a "d Mrs. Morry MorIsrael Exhibits In Memphis Show By Special Report MKMPHIS— Israel is exhibiting i at the annual Mid South Fair,' 'opened Sept. 22. in Memphis, Tenn. Four foreign countries. Belgium. I France, Italy and Israel, have exihibits at the show, which, it is expected, will be visited by about half a million people. 'I he Israel booth displays latest fashion, ladies knitwear, men's ccats. sweets and confectioneries, wines, a great variety of giftwear Of metal, wood, glass and ceramics. ; and a variety of other industrial merchandise, such as pipes and fittings, asbestos sheets, radios and more. The two most striking exhibits on display are a red-colored Sabra sports car and an Israel Govern ment Tourist Corporation display featuring scenery and tourist information, as well as services provided by Israel's national shipping and air lines, Zim and El Al. ngrcgaticn'a Israel Borid sales. this occasion, special reeog kill also be accorded to the pit 's members who have visitIsrael during its Bar Mitzvah •i Includid are Mr. and Mrs. M A bert. Mr. and Mrs Balogh Mr. and Mrs. WilBornsteii. Julius Cooper. Can•avid Cqnviser, Mr. and Mrs. Leon EH, > r. and Mrs. .lack • -. Mr. in.'. Mrs. Abe Geller, ris. Dr. and Mrs Ed Roth, and Mr. ,ind Mrs Ben Schick. Children Study Nature More than 40 studen's from the kindergarten classes of Beth Torah Congregation participated in the annual nature study program Thursday. 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Shevin to Head Sertoma Club New president of Sertoma Club of Miami is Robert L. Shevin, at'omey, of the law firm of Shevin. Goodman and Holtzman. Shevin attended the University i of Florida and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Miami law school. He is a member of Florida Blue Key honorary %  -ociety and Hall of Fame, and is currently serving as president of the Greater Miami Pi Lambda Phi Alumni A.-sn. Principal projects of the Sertoma Club, which is part of Sertoma International, are youth employmen! service, the youth symphorn and freedom programs. Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy Huntingdon Medical Building 168 S.E. FIRST STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE FR 47691 One of the largest and Most Complete Prescription Pharmacies in the World W. E. FOSSETT, Founder THE McCUNE COMPANY CONSULTANTS — APPRAISERS Reds Gave UAR $500 Million Continued from Page 1-A ed to offer an explanation of the continued refusal of the United States ti> give Israel military assistance. 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Friday. October 6. 1961 INVM* MrrSHtinr Page ISA LEGAL NOTICE ",N THCIRCUIT COURT OF THE F. 6VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOP DA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 6'C 3647 I KM N SAVINGS BANK, I'll! I v. HAMILTON, JR and uu.'l.Y irAMI A '•• K UVTLKR, NOTICE 0=SUIT _,,. | KWAil 1 ,1'JK I • %  • • v* i thai %  ,. been InI • > i %  i ciicult o( Hornis : %  i the foil t .:-.: %  ADDTI ION '. .i. inlii ii to tn ; %  ,f, r %  .r.i.-.l hi PI it ,. i 'ublli !:•• %  ui ,nun y. Id ^ .. i iVn shins Machl Refrigerator •21 R; i K Range, Modi i in i Hindu; W'ai hind 4 „ ... ,.,,-, i to rile your nn-...-. iialni with ilw ifo >a id C'• again*! the EMANI EL MAX JAFFK • %  %  te of 111 i. > '.unity. Fiorllonor .in ('ount) Judge? i MI•'( intj, mi rile the aame ii • in tii • 'ounty Court nde County, Floi Ida, within i • iar moii ii fi Din the date • i • -• public ii ii hereof Bal I • I, pi.i %  I I i < ..ntain ill %  ,,' the ilmanl and to an i n % %  •>nted an ai will he i,rred • i .ptemhei I A.D. 1961 RK!i •: JAFFE \Admlnlstratri.\ the I'• if EMANCEL MAX i VFFE i le .-d i iii atlon in >pt IS, 1M1. iv Mti .v com • I % % %  i r Reg ie I .'":'.• '• IS-22-29, 10 I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVFI.'H JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 6IC 3359 fARTERB T SAVI •-' > .v LOAN VSSIK'IAI %  N, Iialni v ALMA l>ARDfS, i n t i a oman and I'AX A VI ^ICAN % % %  I N \NC|.: CO., Is.". liefendi MI i NOT C£ OF SUIT 1 M..M \ BARDIS', single woman %  Sir-.-' 1 'irioinnatl, Ohio V"n are h.-i-^b_> notified that the cup'.lohed ac i in has been Instituted agaipat you In tha CirouR Court % %  :h^ Judicial Ciri-iilt lof PlorNOT 2E tlVJcfl FICT'TIO'JS NAME LAW NOTICK • SIVEN thai llilernlgi %  Pi UN PA INH s MOTKL 21 POCNTAINHEAD MOTEL it 16001 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 4!, t li aaid i with the Clert %  • ,.f I >:.!.• 'ounl I-' i''I i :• %  i NTAINHEAI) B INC a Ploi i i %  in. Sole Uwner MARVIN I WIENE I II.J Ml .Ml LU.ll • : Ainalej Rldg., Miami 32, Fla %  32-29 ll>/< C RCC'T COURT. ••TH JUDICIAL C RCUIT. OADE COUNTY. FLOR-O* IN CHANCERY No. 6'C 3557 .. RLEEN J Mi I • %  NOTICE UNO=R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRBBY OIVEN thai the undemlgned, desiring to ^nitas' in hualnesa under the fictitious name of RHX MUSIC & CrOARETTES at 12301 B.W Mth St., Miami Intends to register aaid mime with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. REX HOLLET .-2^-^>. 10/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In Uusim-.-.under the fictitious name ol POST PACKAOE at 0-i E. 4th A\-nue, Hlaleah intends to register laid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MOBAM CORP. By: Morris I.. Copperman, President HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorn. •> fvPurchaser Miami Beach, Florida. 32 29 i • •; : • .\\ HIL •" %  I ( .ren %  nit NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Y". I, TdNI HiLToN Mi K IRE, I'SS 1034 i Fleet P.O. N Y N V ire n..•!•:. %  .I I cop) of > lur ansM • to Dlvon Complaint fiie.i against % % %  •;: on Plalntlfrs atti rney, rsBORtiE NICHOLAS 1218 N\v 7th St Mi in I, PI. and file %  i.il with Clerk ol this Court .•" or before October 16, 1961, otherwise ,i tint will be confessed by you, i 'ATED, September 7, 19 I K rt LBATHHRMAN, t'lerk of the Circuit Court (Mai) Bj E. H. LANW w, Deput) Clerk ;> 15-22-29, 10/8 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 52224 Notice i-hertbj K'\I I Na thanlel \'. Slegel holder .^ usu nei ..i i 'n of Miami Tax Sale t'ertlfl • Numbi red %  in. %  I... i| inn .AM ::•'.'-. i i ind i .. • ude I \ ,|. .-.1 to 1 | cordii %  -.;• %  .~i l| u-m I folluwliu I proptT.y, nil uated hlorli %  Lol I", H An nd< plat %  .. • %  I t h (' i t: I S la t e i %  f I I Tin %  'i %  -ii i %  '. %  • %  %  • I luted I I S< A I • %  t THERM AN, CJerk r Circuit I i ~...; > ade %  'unity, I Bj R \1 I.KKI %  NOTICE 3Y PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COUPT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.OA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 61C 10OTT FLORENCE • iRCi iR VN, PI Ii \,~. JOHN I-: '. Ri %  IRAN I n.iunt. SU T FOR DIVORCE T< .I: >i IN .: %  "Rl • iR \ N \ 11 Ii n> i w n You .i. i N % %  : %  Ri b> m .: %  • for I'I rci %  %  i filed i %  .,n. anil > >ii .. copy of > %  • the Bill ipiu : Vttol %  VNFORH M .-V\ LIN, >:.-.b I \i imi. Count; Vnxwei I i n tii< if th ('In i \ .,i ii lobi i. : lU full %  %  : i~ • nt b> de'ault will you I-.'' n % %  %  dema rided Hill ..i i '..ii IHJNE AN.. ORDERED il M Florida ; day ol S il -1 Ai.. 1961 ,. B LEATHERMAN Ciei k of the l 'ir. lit Court (seal) Bj v CAVALARIW, L>eput> Clei k %  • i 5-13-20 ATTENTSON ATTORNEYS! vJen islh fhinldla^r solicits your legal notices. We appreciate yo*ur patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates BHHI FR :)-lB05 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOT CE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I--' HEREBY UIVEN the undi m ei •••!. deslrl g to i gage in liuslm i I II \i:i;n\V VNU SUiANE I ICAL ASS. '. I VTU >N and or I ROW VNU SLANK I'l: '" ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MIAMI nt 3178 Coral W ly, Mian la Int< mli to registe irlth tho 'lerk >.i Hi-Cln uil • i '..imi \. Flo i i i HARROW AND -'!.. lANR ri:,.i.. HSicAL \>"' Pi >N i H (IRE VTER Ml VMI r N BJ Benedii t Hi M U. an.I Ja. II", v 0 C.El IROK \MI '.' 11 '.'i s u Fli t St reel Mia la Ittorneyti fo Harrow an I'roloa : V* ,; %  : %  \[ ml I' v •-22-29. 10/6 3 NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOLS NAVE LAW N. ITU %  • %  %  ned. de> .. %  II luisine %  i name ol KNOI'SK IRJIK i llth Court I lid name v lerk of .niy, rlda LLOYD M KNi %  \:\ AN M K.N REN ATA E CNOI SE, r I KESSI.ER .\ .: VRS Attoi n. > fn Vppll ints ]: %  ••• S.W I %  %  eel :> 10 B 18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that ih. undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name • %  : HOB'S TRAILERVILLB PARK at IL':I N w. 7th St.. Miami Florida Intend* to register our detense pleadings to this sull with this court's Clerk, and serve a copj on Plaintiff's attorney, RICHAI:D AI.TSHCI.I-:R. 504 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, on or before October 16. 1961; else the Complaint will he taken as confessed by i 11. Dated. Septemb-r 13. l''6l. I LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court (Mai) r. M CAVALARIS Deputy i 'le-L .i 15-22-29, l'> •'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai •h.undersigned, desiring to engage in busim inder the fictitious name of COLE MAN CLINIC, INC. u 10800 !-!; tulet ird, Ml imi, Ploi Ida Intends t. register -.i I name ith the • llerk of the < ii ult I 'o irt of Dade. County, Florida ALEX TROJANi iWSKI Sole i.vner MARX M PABBR Attornej I ir Applli ant 1512 .Congress iiii.; • S-22-29. 10 '6 and for Dade County to forea mortgage upon the followint: Ida i lose described real property: t.l 14 Block 21, FIRST ADDITION TO MYitTi.K DROVE, according to the I'lat thereof, recorded in Plat Book .".7 at Page 2 Public Records of i....Ii ounty, Florida. You are required to file your anss/er I.. plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk oi the aforesaid Court, and servi a copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorney MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor Dode ].'.-.leral Buildimt. Miami 32. Florida, not* later than October 16. 1161. or a Decree Pro Confesao will be entered against you. Dated at Miami, Florida this 7th 1 1 1 of .-• prember, ISSI E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 • .Ii )!y: M. CAVALARIS, I i.niity Clerk MARTIN KINK At I..rney :>• Plain tfff itth Fi.„,r Bade Federal Building Ml imi :i^, Florida 9/1S-22-2S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 61C 9650 THE NEW YORK SAVINGS BANK, a N w Y irk i lorpoi itl in, Plaintiff, CHARLES R SCHUYf-ER JR el al, %  ''""" 'llnrirp OF SUIT ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF %  ,, ,,rr?Tj?. ?rui VI I'R IR FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE : ''; V v ,v v ICY. KICOUNTY. IN CHANCERY. and NAN" "i ( >n iun No 61C 7174 Q&SOZ lie, VlfftalJ THK ,;1:,, :' KI YN SAVINGS BANK. VOUARK HEREBY NOTIFIE1 • • ">rp %  ..-..fon. aull has I brought against you I %  • by THK NEW YORK 8 A, V IN OH ._ lAftR S"i,p HT nom aflffl "ANK U %  ibove-entltled Court, TOTORISWHMMBTOiand .„ foreoloae i mortgage encumbering Defewlante the following deacr i property, toNOTICE OF SUIT *'i t: %  i-.u 17 CUTLER RIDOE TO ISIDORE SCHLESSER and BHCTiOM FIVE ac. ordlnj ••' ha KACMNK SCHLESSER. his wife. ;'thereof recorded In fat Book JgJ&F&ftSS? h&&&& Flortdr b,,C Vouare'herX* noBfled that the "' : V. 1 SH'm2? L iMf.Hi|. above oaptloned action has been InTogether wl '''A..IK i. • .n= -tttuted agalnat you In the Circuit i x>' 'rZ^rtz ; rinin^or^ae 1 sssg? & S07; Nutone Hood NO. Ij( t in Block 41 (lf FIRST ADDIand you are required to tile your T „,. Tn vYRTI.F OROVE ac-r^diSMVSco U r^,, U se;m JS^^gSgA ; 'r W r;; f U,m ?, ^ l We.%5H^ Y^'tr. required to file y„ur unU?n^W Vt UM Bait Hairier Street, swer to plaintiffs complaint with the STS'l.* *VrVri% SnS -H. not later October 16, >MII be entered against you for the NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 6IC 10075 SUSAN 1. BRANDY, Plaintiff, DONALD H. BRANDT, 1 i.-fendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO; DONALD H. BRAND! 211 Augusta Drive, Apartment 2, North Syrucuse, New York You DONALD II BRANDY are her.-h> notified that a BUI of Complain! for Divorce has been filed ugalnst you, and you ire required to .%  copy ol your Answer or Pleading to ihe I'.iii of Complaint "ti the plaintiff* Attorney, SANFORD M SWERU I.IN. Suite 319 Seybold Building, Miami. County of Dade, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office ol the clerk ..i the Circuit Court on or before the 30th %  >• %  • ol October, 1961 If you tail to do so, Judgment bj default will be against you for the relief dema % % %  I in ihe Bill of Complaint DONE AND ORDERED it Mtnml, Ki rlda, this 21ai daj of September, AH 19(1. c i. WEATHERMAN Clerk -.i the I Ir tit I !ourt (seal) Bj M. CAVALARIS; i >eputy Clerk SANFORD M. SWERDLIN Mine •>!:> Sej ., lid Bldg. Miami. Florida Attoi ne} for P miff >/23 10 6-13-20 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctll %  I ime ol THE PAMPERED LADY .' 6208 S. Dixie Highway, South Miami Intends to register said name with 'no Clerk ol the Circuit !o irt ol I ada Count). Florida MARSTAN IN '. A Fla Corp. HENRY NORTON Attornej for Applicant 14.>6 Blscayne Bldg 9 29 10/6-13-20 relief demanded in the complaint. DATED this Sth day of September. 1961. B. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of tne circuit court _, Dad • C i i i Florida ,...,:, By: M CAVALARIS, I leputy Clerk DAVIO P CATSMAN I4th Floor at "i B Flagler St Miami 32, Florida 9/15-22-29, l''5 1961, or a Decree Pro Confesso will entered against you. D-iterl at M'ami. Florida this 7th day of September. 1951. E K. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) By: M CAVALARIS, Deputy Clerk MART IN FINE v rn -v for i'laintlff 14th K ooi I -ii I lull Ime \i laml :, Florida -22-29, 10,6 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NJ. 53797-C IN RE; Estate ..f .NAM v .! SW BETINl;. l i NOTICE TO CRED'TORS To All Cred to %  UI Persona Having < i.i ma or U imands Agul -' -• I i-:.-i.ite. You are herein notified and required to present an) claims ind demands is tii.-i have against th late ol Nanc) J Sweeting, I ased late of Dade County, Florida, t.. the County Judges oi I) ide Co ." : > ind rile the same in duplicate and as provided in Se. Ion 733.16. Florida Statutes, in theii offices in the Count) Courthouse n l-.ie Counts. M la, vsitliiii six calendar month.from tin tun.oi the III.-'' publication hereof, or the same will o,barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2.'.th day oi September, A.D. 1961 CARRIE M HYDE as Executrix ..I tt-..Batata of Nancy i Sweeting, i leceased CLAUDEM BARNES Attorney lor Kxecuirix 302 Calumet Hldg. M ami. Florida 9/29, 1 1/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HOST SANDWICH SHOP at number 24f N i; Und Avenue in tne City of Miami. FI >n.la intends to register the sai.l name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. l>ated at Miami. Florida, this 15th day of September, 19>>1 HYMAN BROD8KY, Sole rwner i ioldmai i % % %  :: 109 \\ aa| Flatter Street Miami, K irlcU Attoi ne) s foi Applicant '.. 29 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN OBOBATE, No. 52420 IN RE Estate of *A HARRY ISAACSON I >eceased To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Aga •>Said K.-t ate. You, and each •' • ou, are h notified a el requii I to pr< > %  iny claims and demands whl h you, or either •>; you, ma) hnve agalnal the asti H VRRY ISAACS, I.N le ..ased lat,of I'a.ie County, Florida, to the Honorable Count) Judg of Da.i. cunts, and file thi same In their ..ui..-.in the Count) house in I ude l' >unl y, F irl I i in ,-i\ calendar months from the ,.f the first publication hereol Said claims "i" demands I > • ontaln tho legal address of th ilmant and to be sworn to a "i present •'> is atoresai.l. %  : III bi b irre 1 >ai. .1 s. ptember 27th, A.D 1961 SYI.VIA SCHNEIDER As Executrix if I '"' Testament of HARRY ISAACS! I -J I leceusi .1 BEN ESSEN Attorn. ) for I !xe utr > IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 53-16' C IN RE: Estate >f 8AMI KL TEITELBAUM D. .-. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i 'realtors and VII P laving Claimor >em .. ds Vgalni Said Estate You are here >) i itifled ind required t.. present any claims le iiiainiwhich you ma) have against the estate ol SAMUEL TEITELBAUM deceased late of Dad County. Florida, to thi I' >unl i Judges of Dade County, i I fll the same in their offices In the Count) Co house in Dade County, Florida within .-i\ calendar months from the date ol the lirst publication hereof, or tho same will be barred. B8TBLLF. SI..MOVITZ Administratrix of the Estate of Samuel Teitelbaum MARK SILVER8TBIN Attorney 420 Lincoln B.I.. Miami BeaOh, Via. .Ii: >-1401 9/29. 10/6-K1-2O NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, leslrlng to engage In businVss iin.iei the fictitious names of EQUITABLE MORTGAGE & 1NVESTMENT CO i Not IncJ; BMICO; EQUITABLE REALTY; EQUITABLE Rl-:\l. ESTATE; BQUITABLB MORTGAGES BQUITABLB INVBSTMENTS BQUITABLB REAL TV. MORTGAGES .v rNVESTMENTS al 220 Tist Street, Miami Beach i"tends to reg with tho Clerk of th.I 'ourt of Dade 'ount) Fli MITCHEL KRAMER 9/15-22-29, 10/6



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Friday. October 6. 1961 ••Jewlsti fhrMfor Page 3-B 6] <'%  :. % %  : %  H Discussing a membership tea by the Women's Committee oi Jewish Family and Children's Service last Friday at the home David Fireman, 321 W. Di Lido dr., Di Lido Island, are Mrs. Fuighard Stein, recording secretary, Mrs. William Brenner, financial secretary, and Mrs. Allen Herron, corresponding seaetniy. Sen. C\mk Will Speak at Confab E/ Specat Report Miami Hadassah In Member Fetes Miami chapter of Hadassah is planning an intensive drive for new members at a series of functions by its constituent groups. Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, president of the chapter, will speak on Hadassah's Golden Jubilee. Mt. Scopus group is devoting its meeting Monday. Oct. 9," at 12 noon, to membership, with Mrs. Morris W. Lauretz. president, welcoming members and guests. Addressing the open meeting will be Mrs. Abraham Levitan. chairman of education. Mrs. Joel iJelov who will speak on American Affairs, and Mrs. Manuel Bur.-tem )ii Zionist Afiairs. YORK-Sen, Joseph S. (Ink. oi Pennsylvania, will head U.S. Ambassador to Israel; Mayor I he rostei of speakers at the 17th Joseph M. Barr. of Pittsburgh; and biennial convention of Pioneer Mrs. Clara Left, president of PioMerorah group bj having a member-bringa-meniber cocktail party i' Hillel House on the Miami Unimombcr of Pioneer Women; Mrv vers > >" campus, Monday. 12:3u ,, n c .. p.m. There will be a contest for Ogden Reid. wife <;; the former .. ... .ill paid-up members and gifts tor new members. neer Women. Aviva group will hnli! its annual niember-brin-;-a-member luncheon Special guest at the convention on M onda y. 11:30 a.m.. at the representing the Working Women's home of Mrs. Alphonso Quesada. Women, the Women's Labor Zion iOrganization >f America, to take place m Pittsburgh from ;,> ly-ough Wednesday. nven on sessions will feature Council in Israel will be Yocheved 6201 SW 118th St. Highlight of the addresses by Avraham Harman. Dostrovsky Kopernik, director of patio party will be a floral fashion Ambassador to the United the Academy of Music in Jerusa-: show by Elton L. Edelman geared c, a(( jj ra \rth.;ir J Goldberg, lem. and member of the advisory to Hadassah's Golden Jubilee. :• United States Secretary committee of the Ministry of Ed-; Chairmen are Mrs. Harold Geld,. Labor, herself a long-standing ucation stein and Mrs Phillip Sihiff. Famous love affair! Kosher franks—great! Heinz Vegetarian Beans-terrific! Kosher franks and Heinz Vegetarian Beans... mmm, stop! Shop! For tonight! IThe Seal of The Union Of Orthodox Jewish Congregations Of America \5T/ fa on the label. ~" BURDINE'S su.ri.3lAi.rie fashions young florida shop H1rSUk!M. MOKIS A HIT FOR JI.XIOKS |J98 Hiland's latest fashion fling! Cotton hopsacking, "shifted" into I i slim casual, to wear loose and relaxed or belted low. Print in green, red gold, sizes 5 to 15. Also available in solid colors, 13.98. Young Florida Shop, third floor miami. At all five Burdine's stores. i :



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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY M 34 — Number 40 Miami, Florida. Friday, October 6, 1961 Two Sections — Price 204 .$. Sees Nasser Threat to Israel {Syrian Fighter Planes Violate Border Calm TEL AVIV—.JTA)—The long-standing calm on Israel's borders j> abi iptly though briefly upset this week by the invasion of a num i oi anes which were promptly driven off by Israeli interceptors. I air penetration, apparently for photographic intelligence |ed .es, coincided with a revolt by Syrian troops against Nasser's ited Arab Republic regime, but it was not clear whether the two -ad any connection. rent Tr invas'on, which was beaten off by Hie Israeli planes without BSS, es well as the revolt, spurred Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion c*raid Monday that one group of authorities sees the development as a serious stab at Nasser's prestige "which can only impede his capacity for Middle East mischief-making and tarnish particularly his campaign for a un'fied Arab country under lis leadership." According to these authorities, "the immediate upshot hus should be an easing of one nng-standing threat to political stability in a part of the world that iias already shown signs of unUNITED NATIONS—(JTA?—The question whether Tunisian delecharacteristic tranquility in recent gate Mongi Slim, president of the I nited Nations General Assembly years, this year, is fit lo be named for the post cf acting secretary general of the United Nations, succeding the la'.e Dag Hammarsk.'old. was a subject of intensive discussion this week among delegations from various countries, following a with Comay at a reception for all delegation chairmen held here by Presic'snt Kennedy. HE SNUBBED GOUM WHS Israel Objects to Mongi Slim as Secretary General means the only source of trouble in the Arab world, U.S. authorities fear the long-range effect a* Syrian independence may be the Continued on Pag* 10-A Slim had reportedly told highest DtAN RUSK ick from Tour lefugee Envoy o Meet Rusk move made against him by Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister. Mrs. Meir. accompanied by Am bassador Michael S. Comay. Is reel's permanent representative at United States personalities that hr the United Nations, conferred with i had not net ced Mrs. Meir apAdlai Stevenson, head of the Amerpreaching the Kennedy reception ican delegation to the UN, and line, and to have assured the pointed cut to him that because Americans there would be other Tunisia is a member of the Arab diplomatic and social occasions I League. Mr. Slim and his governwhen he would shake hands with 1 ment are so firmly committed to Mrs. Meir an anti-Israel attitude that it would Desp ; te tms inferred policy, the be absolutely impossible for him to ^j. dmQng numerous ,i e |ega The Wall Street Journal correspondent, Philip Geyelin, pointed out, however, that because UAR President Nasser is a vain and vengeful man a.-.d by r.o Mapai Presses To Break Off Fruitless Talks TEL AVIV —(JTA)— Sentiment was reported growing this week among Mapai leaders for a breaking off of the fruitless negctiations for a new coalition government and for returning to President Ben Zvi the mandate he gave to Fi nance Minister and Mapai leader Levi Eshkol to form a new gov ernment. The sentiment stemmed from growing feelings of frustration over the low yield of talks which have been going on for several weeks. So complete has been the deadlock between Mapai and its former coalition partners over Mapai inice on majority status in any Continued on Page 6-A handle any Arab-Israeli issue • spirit of neutrality. in a tions here was that while as president of the General Assembly Mr. their talk with Stevenson, Slim is only "a parliamentary trafDefense Dep't. Says Reds Gave UAR $500 Million WASHINGTON—(JTAi—The Soviet bloc has provided through loans or grants, up to last Mar. 31. a total of almost a half-billion dollars in arm* to the erstwhile United Arab Republic. This was disclosed m testimony released by a Congressional committee at which Col. H. F. Nichols, of the Department of Defense, testified. Col. Nichols said Egypt got $315,000,000 in Soviet Mrs. Meir and Comay pointed out that Slim's and Tunisia's hostility to Israel goes back a number of years and did not start with last week's action by Slim when he snubbed Mrs. Meir. Ht had turned his back on her UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)-Dr. dward E. Johnson, the United Rations Palestine Conciliation Compission's special Middle East Emissary on the Arab refugee ^oblem. conferred here this week ith United States Secretary of State Dean Rusk. The United States. France and Turkey are members of the Commission. Dr. Johnson, who spent more r han two weeks visiting the capitals of I-rael. the United Arab Re Ipubl Iv... lof the United Nations Relef and j of a j ew running for President |Work Agency, is now preparing indicated this week a substantial increase in the number of those \ arms while Syria received $128.1000,000 worth. It was meanwhile revealed that I an estimated 5,000 technicians from the Sino-Soviet bloc are acfic cop guiding procedures." his position of acting secretary general would require absolute proof : of his being able to act with abso• lute neutrality on substantive is, isuJs Some of the delegates said j five in the Middle East including thev now have "second thoughts" : military technicians aiding the 33SKi Say' Hsrs ar-gg-s Gallup Poll Studies Jewish President PRINCETON. N.J. (JTA) A President, and he happened to be cent „ reporting £• IJ nblic, Jordan and Lebanon, as ; nuW Gallup poll on attitudes of a Jew would you vote for him. rcent cppose d an d six percent _eU as the Beirut headquarters j Ame rican voters toward the idea 1958 ^ cent said h J „ k ^ w „ eategory[his report to the PCC. The Commission must report to the General Assembly by Oct. 15 on whether any progress had been I made toward "repatriation" of Arab refugees into Israel or their compensation by Israel. A United States source confirmContmued on Page 5 A who would vote for such candi dates. The findings were based on two polls on the question, one made in 1958 and one made in the latest poll. The question put to the sample was: "If your party nominated a generally well-qualified man for In 1958. 62 percent said they : j n m "don't know" category. would. 28 percent said they would j not, and 10 percent replied "don't | know." In the current poll. 68 percent said they would. 23 percent said they would not. and nine percent said they didn't know. ent of $157,300,000 in U.S. aid in the fiscal year 1961. according to other information provided to Congress. Rep. John Rooney, New York Democrat, told Secretary of State Dean Rusk he was unable to understand "why our government did not grant military aid to Israel—especially since we have not hesitated to provide military assistance to countries which have been at war with her." The Congressman made known his views in a letter to the Secretary of State. Rep. Rooney said that "any other country menaced by Soviet weapons has been granted our An interim survey — made during the winter 1959-60 spurt of synagogue defacing* and other anti-Jewish acts — found 72 perThe latest poll found that younger persons show less prejudice military aid. without question and than older people and that college-educated respondents were less biased than those with a high school education. Those in the 1 to 29-year age group replied as follows: 76 perContinued on Page 8 A without delay. And many of these countries have not shared Israel's dedication to freedom and her commitment to contribute to the defense of the free world." Secretary Rusk in his reply. failContinued on Page 9-A



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%  XtT %  ....SOCIALITE th< 0(7, ovnan s "World "dfewlslti Fioridian by ISABEL GROVE Miami, Florida. Friday, October 6. 1961 Section B Part-time residents. Dr. and Mrs. William Spielberg, of 1519 ,„„',' ave Coral Gables, recently sold their estal i i P ekskiU. i: n levote full time to their musical interests here 1|( vi0 | W W ith the Miami University Symphony Orchestra. ., : their chamber music group which meets k Spielbergs have |USl returned from Israel 1 ., the fifth World Assembly of the Isra edi„ rusalem in August Dr. S served %  ,, oj %  • nertcan Physicians Fellowbranch | el Medical Assn v ,.,, • si back from Israel. Mr id Mr udwig K of 117 s. Shore dr Ret irned in time to g ddaughter, Lorri She has tu thers, ,, n !ren of Lawrence and Marsha Kos who nkei i senior K's hom< tov n •. • ix : igo ;ap B vent, daughter Carol's v rdaj to oldman have a diamond factory That's where girls' best friends" are cut and marked, not manufactured. -* -l of honor at a reception Friday, in the home of Mr. and Alexander Yoangerman on Prairie ave.. was Edna Chaucer. Mhcsi exhibition of paintings and sculpture had just opened at Miami BeacM Art Center Co-hostesaes were Mesdames Rudy Baum, Hairy Mittell and Seymour Waldman Oth?r es'ts offering congratulations were the Bertram Wallers, the rrj Zuckernicks, Mrs. Leon Green. Dr. and Mrs J. Axelrod. rnett Breeskin. the Paul Barnes, the George Stearns, Morton ucer, the Benjamin Gimlys. Balfouria Gilad. George Price, Dr. Mart) Promm, and Mr. and Mrs. John Orr. • %  Karen Adler and Bill Lechner are sharing a future Saturday for their Bas and Bar Mitzvah. so will also share a Bar-B-Q party their friends at Karen's home. 1880 S, Treasure dr.. this Sataj evening ... A more sophisticated cocktail party will be ted by Mr and Mrs. Samuel Adler on Sunday. Oct. 15, alter ceremony Here for the happy occasion is Karen s grand, other, Mrs. Samuel (Ruth) Shinensky. of New York, where she is known as executive chairman of Sisterhood Beth El in B.ro Park, oklyn, and associate conductress of Menorah chapter of Eastem Star open house for"her many friends. Saturday night, at home of Barbara Laskins, 8060 SW 42nd st. Hopes to see man) ... her former classmates from the University of Miami ... A psycholmajor, she received her sheepskin there in June. • A six-foot-high ice cake featuring life-size photographs of Judge Emmet C. Choate and his wife shared the spotlight with them at the bon voyage party last week hosted by Jerri and Pan Pollak at their Tnunderbird motel Colorful European travel posters suspended from the ceiling gave the Choates a preview ol what they would s?e on their six-week tour of the continent where they will visit Paris, Rome, nnd Londcn Guests enjoying dinner and dancing, and laying farewell, included the Jefferson Fords, the William Stubblefields. the Henry Sinclair-, the Guy Htxons. Mr. and Mrs. D.Gorman. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Witz. the i nes Dickeys, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lau. the George Kennedys, M. Miller, and Timothy Smith. ., Friends of Mrs Evelyn Byrd will be relieved to hear that her father, Eugene Lyon, of the Blackstone Flower ahop. has word that she is out of danger after a recent car accident Evelyn had just left her two small children. Janet and Judy, at school v, hen the collision occurred Popular dining place, the Pub in Coral Gables, was the site of a quiet dinner a deux for Rabbi and Mrs. Herbert Baumgard. of Temple Beth Am. Gene and Flora Kahn Hew back from Paris after ten days of resting ... The resting, of course, included much shopping and sight-seeing in France with eight of the ten days away from the capital city ... The Kahns think that's a record for tourists, who rarely get awav from the shadow of the Eiffel Tower Instead, they "did" the country as much as they could in the brief time available, taking the cue from their six-week stay in Israel, where the Kahns had gone over the topography with a fine comb — except for the big cities and brought with them more knowledge about Israel than the '-city-slickers" carry away Anyway, it wilt be a lovely social honoring their return Saturday evening, with some thirty-five couples invited to the Kahns' palatial manse off Old Cutler. "Sisterhood Gypsy," a skit directed by Mrs. Herbert Kaplan, foretells a successful future for Temple Menorah Sisterhood. Through song and costume. Sisterhood ladies "gazed into the crystal ball" at their opening meeting of the season last Wednesday night in the Temple's new Social Hall. Sisterhood president, Mrs. Ray Morse, predicted that this year "will be an outstanding one." Participating in the program were Mesdames Alex Barad, Marge Blitstein, Robert Bloch, Rita Epstein, Lester Goldberg, Norman Harrow, Herbert Kaplan, Saily Kurman. Arthur Lee, Stuart Levitt, Al Mechlowitz, David Singer, and Leo Sonnenblick, with Selma Glass at the piano. BB Women Plan Cruise to Nassau B'nai B'rith Women ot Miami ire planning a three-day trip to '. i tsau in December. Tn j trip will be on the luxurious Israeli liner. SS Jerusalem, whijli leav !8 Miami on Dec. 5 at noon. The trip will include three days and two nights of festivities in comition of Israel's Bar Mitzvah year. Twelve hours aboard ship will feature food and drink. lU'j {quarters in Nassau will be •raid Beach hotel for two I laj and t o nights, wiili T ie group will return to Miami by plane. [n charge of information are Mrs. Betty Birchansky, chairman. IMS ja, Coral Gables, and Mrs. 2923 Coconut Grove : imi Rehearsing for "Who Needs Money." a musical bv Del Brensen and directed by Bob Brenner, which will be presjnted by Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom on Saturday ond SunHav evenings, Oct. 14 and 15, in the Temple auditorium are Barbara Berkman, Arlene Reibel end Isabelle Greene, ail members of Sisterhood. Proceeds go to Sisterhood's religious school 3ubsidv fund. Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer is Sisterhood president, and Mrs. Stanley LevinsOn is chairman of the play project. Friendship Set As Party Theme Miss America Contest Version Monthly luncheon meeting of the Opti-Mrs. of Miami Beach on Tues day, 11:30 am., at the Seville ho ill feature an original version of the Miss America contest proI bv Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, {ram chairman. Member* stirring in the skit are Mrs. Gene Troop. Mrs. Leonard and Mrs. Stanley Peal. Mrs. Melvin Richard, president, •hat plans will be announced for the club's main fundng affair, a dinner dance in F sbr tarj. "The Heart of Sisterhood is Friendship" will be the theme of the seventh annual membership party on Wednesday evening when Sinai Sisterhood begins its fall activities. Mrs. Sam Lubell is president. Program chairman, Mrs. Edward Aucrbach. will present the Temple's dramatic group in an original musical revue. "My Fair Lady," under the direction of Mrs. Paul Fink Membership chairman is Mrs Jack Kirschbaum. Refreshments and prizes will follow the program They'll Mark Fifty Years Mr and Mrs. Joseph (Celia) Spritz. of 1042 W. 47th ct.. ware married on Oct. 5. 1905. in St. Louis, %  they lived until they came to Miami Beach six years ago. A family dinner will mark the occasion of their 56th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Spritz have a son, an; a daughter. Mrs. Stanley Tuvil; a grandson. Bobbie iranddaughter, Mrs. Larry •-, and two great-grandchildren.



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Peg* 8 B *JfH ist> fkrMicir, Fridoy. October 6, 1961 Israel's Economic Affairs Consul Here, Zvi Eadan. to Meet Community Sunday Zvi Eadan. recently appointed consul for economic affairs of the Stele of Israel with offices in Miami Beach, wil) be introduced to the Greater Miami Jewish community Sunday night at the Algiers hotel. Eadan. former director of the Government ol Israel Investment Authority in London, England, will Shl %  ( Speaking honors at the 8:45 p.rr met:.:;;. ..; the Algiers hotel with Zee\ /. Dover. Israel's new Consul for tne Southeastern United >:atcs. uho will meet local j. v. ish lei lers for the first time i, i arriving in Atlanta last July 14. The meeti i msored by the Sout] '• %  • is iui of the An • : ri nds ol i iiHebrew i : ersity, is to the public. Th< re A ill b no solicitation of funds, accor ng to division presid< i I Jatk D. Gordon. Dover will be feted earlier Sunday evening At a dinner party at the Miami Beach home of Mr. ore Mrs. Louis Glasser. Mrs. Giasser is a member of the board ot the American Friends. Sunday's meeting will be coeponsored bj Soutb Florida units of the American Jewish Physicians ComiruUe) and Alpha Omega fraternity, j-uppcrters of the medical and dental schools, respectively, of i the Hebrew University ol Jerusa; lem. Members" of Alpna Zeta Omega and Rho Pi Phi pharmaceutical fraternities, which are helping to build the new School of Pharmacy of Israel's largest and oldest institution of higher learning, also will participate. Gordon said. Eadai .a graduate of the Hebrew University's School ol EcoCS in Tc! Aviv Rated one of Israel's most prominent economists, %  .< si rv< as financial editor of an Israeli daily newspaper tor two years and taught sociology at a Tel Aviv college. In 1960. he joined the government %  as director of the Investment Authority in London, and then moved to Miami Beach last month to assume similar duties tor the ; uj ^eastern United States. He here with his wife and three chil iren. The 32-year-0ld Eadan is responsible for (developing and encouraging new fi rmol private inv itmerit in Israel. Presidents of all Jewish organi-, zations in Dade county. Israel chairmen of all Zionist and nonZionist groups, and other comCATERING.^ ,J&c DIPLOMAT tlilllit llll %  T. RC*ptton, Binqutu, rrt1 D'nnr .. from 20 to 2000 catrd In ttto mtnntr of tho Diplomat... an unhurrlod, ir-ottentlvo, sot-oookon oorvice that ir.aht ZVI EADAN munal leaders have been invited u> meet Dover and Eadan. "It is important that our two new consuls have the opportunity to meet leaders of our community on all levels during the f7rst visit here of Mr. Dover. Israel is fortunate to have a man of his background representing it in the South at a time when the economic, cultural and political ties of this area and the Jewish State are of growing importance daily," Gordon said. Most of Greater Miami's 40 rabbiare expected to attend, according to Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. liaison representative for both the Rabbinical Assn. and the American Friends on Hebrew University matters. Dover is a graduate ol Hebrew University, and did post graduate studies in international relations. A veteran ot tne Hacanah and the Israel army, he served as chief in-1 spector of the Office of the State Comptroller after the War of Liberation. The new consul, with consular jurisdiction in Alabama. Arkansas. Florida, Georgia. Louisiana, Mississippi. North Carolina. South Carolina and Tennessee, was transferred-tethe Ministry for Foreign Affairs in 1952. After a farm at director of the ministry's finance department, he was appointee 1 first secretary and consul of the Israel tegai'.on in Australia, since raised to embassy status. Dover also covered New Zealand as Charge d'Affaires. Returning Jo Israel at the end of 1958. he became principal assistant in the African Division of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, a post he occupied until h. recent appointment to Atlanta. THE DIPLOMAT MOTEl AND COUNTIY ClUS 1200 #•' •' 0<.o Privacy M.lly.Mj.byltM.SM. ftoMt Information: Dorntnic ______ t~f I RESORT MOTEL WOftlO'S MOST lUXUftlOVI PERSONALIZED CATERING TO BANQUETS SMA1L OR LARGE DINNER PARTIES, ENGAGEMENTS, BAR MITZVAHS, WEDDINGS and ANNIVERSARIES SUPERLATIVE SERVICE and the WORLD'S FINEST FOODS! CALL For Complete ARTHUR SSSSSL TEICHNER p, u |V„d n Albert pTll.k CATERING Owner-Managemont MANAGER Wilson 5-3481 On the Ocean at 185th St. Miami Beach, Florida V •I til (|ll it -III ITIII1 t MIAMI lltCI Mande Quartet To be Heard Pierre Mande Quartet will be heard Tuesday. Oct. 17, at the Coral Cables Women's Club. 1001 E. Ponce de Leon blvd To be performed are the Mendelssohn Quartet in E. op. 44. No 2; and the Mozart Quartet in C, K. 4€5. Members of the quartet are Pierre Mande. vicLn: Rose Schneeblag. violin; Florence Granville. viola; and Mariiyr. Samuels, cello. The group will a.'sc be heard Nov. .") at the Musician! Club of America. 303 Minorca avc. Coral Gables. Rabbi Stem e -. Television Rabbi Tiber H. Stern, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Jacob will appear Sunday morninu ,• guest on the weekly television program. "The Still Small Voice, sponsored by the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Program is seen ever VVCKT eh. 7 at 10 am have a truly luxurious wedding L mitzvah banquet. at the exciting lakiloos elegmciit sensible prices! lecause o' our matchless facilities. and experienced management and expertly trained staff, we can serve anv event for much less Thar you could imagine' Yet vou will enjoy all the glamour and excitement of Miami Beach's newest luxury hotel! 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Page 6-B MmM fhrtdHan Friday. October 6, 1961 WOMAN OF THE WEEK Over forty years ago. Jack Carrier and his brother were walking down a country road in Stevonsville. NY., arguing about what kind of a twig Jack had just picked up. Helen, strolling along the same picturesque road, was called into the discussion as an expert, little realizing thai she would be the future Mrs. Carner in Ihree years. Helen lived in Brooklyn, and at that lime trees si ill grew there. She devoted all of her time to music and piano. Her Viennese teacher worked with her tirelessly. Helen has an unusual taleol for playing by ear anything she hears—whole scores for example—so of course she did a lot of accompaniment work. Jack loves to have people around him — loves to entertain — so Helen learned at the very beginning of their marriage how to manage a large house and Mali. Tney lived on an old New Jersey landmark estate called Red Coach Inn. which had a race track, and their two sons had a pony and cart. It was at this time that the earners started buying paintings with a knowing eye until they now have an outstanding collection. One of their first important pictures was a Goya, which is today on exhibit at the Lowe Gallery here. They both lean toward the Old Masters—they like to recognize what they see. Whatever Jack does in the line of community work. Helen is right at his side. They are most proud of establishing the Community Synagogue of Rye. NY., where Jack was the first president. Helen organized the Sisterhood there with nine members They were back for the High Holy Days and the dedication of the new building. In Miami. Jack and Helen have both been a decided asset. Jack is a Founder of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and Helen helped in the Women's Division. Jack was chairman of the steering committee at the Jewish Home for the Aged, and Helen got busy there, too. Jack was chairman of CJA, j and Helen followed suit. When Helen became patroness of Phi Sigma Sigma, her daughter-in-law Lee (Mrs. Steven) Garners sorority, Jack wasn't anywhere around. The Garners travel a lot, enjoy it immensely, and have been all [ around the world. One of Helen's favorite vacation spots is a hamlet in Montreau, Switzerland. "It is so highly civilized, so clean, so inter-; eating, so unusual, a regular Shangri-La," according to Helen. But then : Helen makes a Shangri-La for Jack wherever she is. HUM Rubin, Cristol Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Rubin, 1755 Calais dr., are announcing the -ngagement of their daughter, Eleanor Ann. to A. Jay Cristol, son if Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cristol, 1100 Euclid ave. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Miami Beach High, attended the University of Florida, and graduated from the University of Miami. She belongs to Delta Phi Epsilon. Phi Chi Theta, and the Accounting Society of Miami Honoraries. She is proently a certified public accountant, an instructor of accounting at the University of Miami, and a member of the Ameni can Society of Women Certified j Public Accountants. Her fiance is an alumnus of Miami Beach High and the University ol Miami, and graduated from the University of Miami law school with honors. He is a member of Phi Alpha Delta, Wig and Robe Honor Society, and served as research editor of the Miami Law Review. He was a Hight instructor and pilot in the U.S. Navy during the Korean conflict, and graduated, with distinction, from the U.S. Naval Justice School. He holds a reserve naval commission as lietuenant. He served as a special assistant attorney general of Florida at the 1959 and 19C1 Florida Legislatures, and is presently engaged in the private practice of law with the. firm of W'eintraub and Cristol. The young couple plan to be married on Nov. 19. MISS SAND! L. GKANT SOMETHING NEW a Jack and Dolores Courshon are off to New York on a little trip. That part isn't new. but before they went, Dolores had a farewell luncheon for her hairdresser, prior to his leaving for Europe He was quite thrilled. About fourteen of the women who have been going to him for years and years were there. Among them: Mrs. Judd Breakstone, Mrs. Jack Emmer. Mrs. Jerome Kipnis. Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, and Mrs. Allan Herron. Everything was in red. white, and blue, with pictures scattered in the centerpiece of glamorous hair-do's cut trom one of the monthly magazines. It was a novel idea, and everyone had a good time, especially the guest of hor.^r. DOUBLE FLIP •Do you see anything different about Bess (Mrs. Louis) Glasser 0 queried a wife at the Federation dinner the other night. "Yes." said thi husband, "She's wearing a hat Absolutely wrong. She no doubt Will never wear another hat since she is now a blonde. A WELL-DESERVED VACATION Two favorite Miamians are taking a well-earned vacation. Sam and Shirlej Heiman left tor Europe last Friday. It's Shirley's first tripbut she's no: excited. They're going to England. France. Italy and Swit/ 'land, where they will attend a Joint Distribution Committee convention. Then, of course, to Israel. Remember when Sam came back from the UFA Mission he told about the little old lady named Ruchel. He flew With her trom Vienna to Israel, where she stooped down to kiss the ground. It made such an impression on him that he never forgot it—or let anyone else Shirley -ays that she is going to try to find poor dear Ruchel. Shirley is afraid that she will have such a hard time trying to decide how to spend her hundred dollars (duty free) that she will get to the end of the trip without buying a thing After their leisurely vacation, the Heimans coming back move into the Imperial House, which will be the stall of another vacation. DEAR MOTHER AND FATHER It won't be long now and Red and Bee W'einstein and Sam and Lillian Simonhoff will be hearing from their children. Philip and Elaine Weinatem. who are going to Europe with Leonard and Natalie Baskin. The four of them will make Brussels their headquarters and take trips from there. Red and Bee are going to stay at their children's home while they are gone, baby-sitting with Joseph and Andrea, 6 and 3, respectively. Those children will be real smart when their folks get home because no doubt Bee will trv out her Hadassah book reviews for them. • • • WEEKENDS Naomi (Mrs Marvin) Zanks brother. Morton Schwartz, is visiting here from Chicago. He used to live here and attended the University of Miami However, the Zanks Labor Day week ended at the Diplo mat. With them were Lee and Grace Poliner. There was a surprise birthday party for Lee. The Poliners' daughter. Bonnie, and her hus-1 band, Bob Cicero, were there with the senior Ciceros. Lee is a two' time'gTandfather — and nowhere near fifty. Perfect Circle 'Western Night 1 j Perfect Circle, Temple EmanuEl's organization for young married couples, is having a "Western \ Night" on Saturday evening at the Pineview Ranch in South Miami. The group will leave the Temple by bus at 6:45 p.m. The event will begin with a barbecue chicken dinner. During the evening, couples will have a hay ride square dance, with horseback ing also scheduled. Donald S. Rose is president the organization. the and rid%  % %  Fashion Show Here Tuesday A fall fa-hion show and membership tea will be held by the Miami chapter of National Children's Cardiac Hospital on Tuesday at JordanMarsh. The program, chaired by Mrs. Sydney Fertig, will start at 1 p.m and will include a talk by Dr Milton S. Saslaw. director of medical research at "the hospital that never sends a bill." Alec Gibson to Speak Television personality Alec Gibson will address members of the Temple Emanu-El Players at a membership coffee Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick, 5150 N. Bay rd. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader, will welcome the group. Myron Mitnick is president of the amateur players. Grant, Goldman Betrothal Told Miss Sande L. Grant and Lin*. v T Goldman a r -i—_ U ><1 N. Goldman a r t plan: married Dec. 3a to be The future bride Is the rt: 1URht of Mrs. Diane D (Jrant ,•, cj 14th st., and the late Lewis Gran? She is a graduate of Miami Sen mr High ani attended th< >n.v P r sity of Florida. Her sororitv „ Alpha Epsilon Phi. ,s Her fiance's parents ar \j r and Mrs. Emil Goldman, of st Louis Mo. He received a FA from VaabhM ton University in St. Lou... and ^ MA at Rice University ir. .louston At present, hr .? teach;-, at tr, e University of LJinois, do graft, ate work in English lit. Un ) Miami Authors Rated Tops The recently published book. "Wake Up Younger." written by Miami residents Dr. Samuel Gertman and Helen Alpert, is hitting top sales in New York bookshops, according to a publisher's review this week. "Wake Up Younger" has the sub-title "How to Make the Most of Your Later Years," and is being regarded as the best book in the field for its inspirat ; onal handling of all aged problems and how to solve them. The book's purpose is to help each individual reader of any age to understand family and society problems facing him. and to handle them with personal independence and assurance. Younger people are buying the book as readily as older persons, a survey showed. Weekly Lunch Series Begins Weekly luncheon a games sponscrcd bj Te Tamid Sisterhood *ill be Monday noon in Sklar :, Mrs. Charles Rabb is cha With the goal ol 500 members this y< ai in next monthly member member lunch* on and t ty will be he'd Wedne-1 Oct. 18. Chairing the CTIVC are firs, Jack Greenberg, membership \ ce president, and Mrs. Yvette S. Derger, eon 'tonor pie Ner "inched I'tonum. '•nan. %  ^orhood -tht. the •.ng a • ties pariy noon, MRS. JOSfPH GATLt ORT Chief Will Speak Wednesday Mrs. Joseph C Gayle, ntional president ol Women's \ nertcan ORT, will speak at the "embership luncheon of the Southeast Florida region on Wed t;iy at the Seville hotel. A member, worker •. I office holder in ORT for mornan 20 years, Mrs. Gay'e has i • ::id time to volunteer her serviceto the Allied Jewish Appeal, O'nminity Chest, Legal Aid and man) other civic projects in her na: • Philadelphia. She is irfarriec > >i physician and mother of three children. In 1960. Mrs. Gayle headed the Women's American ORT iciegalion to Europe. North Africa and the Middle East, inspec Lag more than 50 ORT installations, i id 'hat same year headed the • ican delegation to the World <>KT Union Congress in Lond %  continuing on to Austril Pi I and Yugoslavia to visit the Jh 'immunities there. ORT trained studentcurrently in great demand i '"' w industries of Iran, who i pilot ORT school Junctions. A program is also under w.. < the Jewish communities o leutta and Bombay, lnciia. The 11 chapter*of the Florida region ol Wome nerican ORT contribute to wide program of ORT th: lhe membership dues. A&BfW#j0Me6L T FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS OUR SPECIALTY • ALGIERS JioJdiJL 2513 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 4-2907 OPIN 7 DAYS • 9 a.m.-II p.m. •SLIVUV MVWNlftE • rtmmt B, wn CHAKi ACCOUNTS INVITED INFOKMALS INVITATIONS CALLING CAtDS ANNOUNCIMSNTS •THANK YOU" NOT* PUSONAL STATION!!*' Our weddinj consultant will display a carv plete selection in the comfort oi yojf n*-* •MM onfcl3-4434 116N E 6th Street MtaMtw* ^^f



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KM K* Friday, October '.' %  /' % %  :.; •.',: "he :..:-.-. v.r.er. llftirtl repremiathrw ',f mmo'i c*r7'j.-..z-.t.or_3 bejpod :'-..":\t, .'/) r.oming pigeor^ or Cec-.:\ of Le:> anoi Hospital last w4ejc. The r.orr...-.-; p.'j o e n g ware opposed to carry bnHaflom le ehab DMmbara for o women's Open HOUM "--' lad od \-.e .-.ew hospital Thundery Oc '. .-...• \-.e pioecns toe* the nwl y fitsrafly bf ntanring la Ihefc ova homes Qa '..'.'; fjorr. 'r.ere U.S. rr.aiimen had to take ever Gfriag the ladies or: assist in releas..-.:.'he :...--;5 from the coop* ore Everett Metzger. president of the Miam:-Hollywcod-Ft. Lcuderdaie P.oeor. P.o'.ir.o Ciuh and Arthur Homhecic. !or.'.-eon ezpen and racer. Giving the ..-.vttationa" a flying sendoff are 'left'to right Mescames Fred Fuller. Gertrude Alexander. William I. Brenner. Haroid Zeeman. Maxwell Hyman E. Reisberg. Rebecca Per'., Bernard Yesner and Philip Thau. Hundreds of women ore expected at the Open House tour. Mrs. Grossinger Will be Honored Jennie Grositn^. •• of the tea laser:• famous women -j* honored at a luncheon Fndi ied *er%  be held at the Be'. ; Hiilv C former United Stiafil J..„ present Bond-Be—a %  -.. '"~M.-,•••::•: an* ird G RobinMrMilton BEar .'.a K." Jayne M J %  Stei %  ad Kataba Wood. pU Hazel Scott, and Mr= Fredne Itaam Ptfadetpfeia philanthr',: .aF. F'.e?. chairman of •-.• Lo* Ar.ze:*-Worr. dwellings for immigrant families in Israel Pioneer Women Plan Varied Programs In Busy Month of October Schedule nen of Ctab 2 uifl Either Colcbman will \*m chars* r/fficei tn Monday noon at of the wcial boor Hoftessei for the Marte-illi Mi Louis Ola ail following. %  %  • I raham Shedrofl [.-• .-.' %  :: If r.jn and MirI.-J -r, v bof %  rarj 11 u Uf-r IIM ..;. let -..•, Metdamei Hyman Rosenthe following officers: b • • r Harry Greenl pondn eerel i r :• and ."' ording 11 re n i chairman ifternoon Mn Bonya v. i > %  || • with %  > pro.: • %  the e-.ening arMesdsmei Anna Sonr, bild Etbd Beckwith. and E ther < olehn ... Pioneer Women Club '. '*.il in-.tall officerTuesday, 7 %  '') p.m a' the Royal Hungarian restaurant Abraham Seltzer will install Mr' Joseph Krantz president. \trS Wiier.-ky vice president MrNettie Dukler, MrLeal N'otkin, lecretarie and Un Minnie Bawer trea mrer Mrs Jennie Seitlfn ichairman of the evening The same event will celebrate Joseph Mtotzes IQstadntt: Ethel the T5th birthday of Pnme Minister Dorf and Ethel Bergman, proDavid Ben-Gunon and the fir-t ram Sali> Barr journal Aaron decade of the Israel Bond drive. r,<.k !" ,.,, c. ii.. D .. twhich has provided more than Liebman. Sally Barr and Frieda --. ,, SJOQ.0QO.4QQ for Israel s economic Lack cultural; a-,d Sally Barr development. Admission will be Rose de Young, and B^---ie Ruchby bond purchase or cash sale of inshine SSOQ in bonds since June 29. [saai Pushkin president of Bcba Idalaoa Club will have a Golda Meii CTub, bai announced games party at Temple Ner Tamid the group first meeting of tba on Wednesday at 1 p.m. 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 .'i tor Tue day evening at B %  F.i 'ongregation Mi. Marion Meyer cultural < rman will introduce f*r Nathaniel Soroff, consultant to the )'.. %  >. '..' Jewi h Education in a d • i ion of Highlight! of I ire Sathaniel Soroff. parliamentarian, will .peak on Moetzet itiei in Israel Mr MD to be Speaker Mrs Isaac Offsnhenden, president, said the program will include refreshments and prizei Pioneer Women, Club 2 thi-. week announced the following committee chairmen for the corn ini; year: Mesdamea N a t h ;> n Bookspan, chairman, H. 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Page 8-A nce activities have been stepped up considerably in recent months. murderers. The statement also stressed that documentary evidence had demonstrated that rumors of alleged mutiliatieo of the bodies of the five Arabs were spread by elements "hostile to the state." tour Arab schools to impr*., thej views upon the pupils and ., rp ,. 0 „. them from fluence of against the ireveiit falling ur.ric! ;•,(, ^ Comrru-.M ^ Israeli regim of a kibbutz near the Gaza Strip was killed when he failed to identifj himself while walking near the border. Palestine Conciliation Commission Fictions By SAUL CARSON On the very Jews the world paring to enter worship for Kol United Nations afternoon when over were pretheir houses of Nidre services. the General Assembly here met for its 16th regular session. The dale and time were sheer coincidence. The annual, regular Assembly usually convenes on the afternoon of the third Tuesday in September. But there was another conincidence — one of historical imperative. For, In Washington, a new Administration was firmly in the saddle. When the Assembly met last spring, continuing the 15th session, very little was as yet expected from the Kennedy delegation, headed by Adlai Stevenson. At that time, the New Frontier's delegation was still on trial. Now the trial period is over. Now the world should see what policies the Kennedy-Rusk-Stever.son team really follows. And not Wast among those who are concerned are the friends of Israel here. If is well known by now that there are only two issues affecting Israel directly on the new Assembly's agenda. One item deals with next year's budget and operational plans for the United Nations Emergency Force. Unless some surprise move develops — that UNEF item should be handled in routine fashion. But the other item is anything but routine. This one concerns the Mtuation of the Arab refugees. On this item, the Arab delegations this year are willing to jio for broke." And. on this item, the United States delegate r: will occupy the hottest seat. During the spring session, the U.S.A. tried a maneuver which shocked the Arabs. The Arab delegations had tried to put through a resolution calling upon the Palestine Conciliation Commission to implement an old, 1948 resolution which—said the Arabs —called for "repatriation" of the refugees, their admission wholesale into Israel, or their compensation by Israel. Actually, that old resolution calls for nothing of the kind. All it does is open the door for negotiations leading to repatriation, or to compensation, or resettlement of the refugees (in Arab lands) — that is supposed to be done in the context of negotiations for an overall peace between Israel and the Arab states. But, overlooking negotiations, and totally ignoring resettlement, the Arabs speak only of "repatriation" and compensation. What did the U.Js.A. do? First of all. Adlai Stevenson stayed out of that fracas. He sent his chief deputy who was about as clumsy and awkward in his handling of the issue as an amateur could be. The United States delegation managed to swerve the Arab plan. Instead of requesting the PCC to implement "repatriation" and compensation, the resolution finally adopted merely called upon the PCC to see whether progress had been made on "repatriation" and compensation — and to report to the next Assembly, i.e. the one under way now, not later than Oct. 15. The Arabs were anything but happy with the U.S. stand. In fact, they were furious — and .-aid so openly, denouncing the I'.S.A. • in harshest terms. The net result is that the United States was in the Arab dog-house Poll Studies Jewish President Continued from Page 1-A cent would vote for u Jew, 16 per cent would not. and eight percent didn't know. In the 30 to 49 year bracket, the percentages were 71. 21 and eight. In the 49 years and Over bracket, the percentages were 62, 28 and 10. College graduates replies were: i 83 would vote for a Jew. 11 would i not. and six "don't know."' High school respondents had three per, eentages: 73. 20 and seven. Grade school respondents replied: 55 percent would. 33 percent would not. and 12 percent didn't know. CARPET LAYING and REPAIRING RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED 26 S.W. South River Drive Phones FR 9-1155 & FR 1-2007 ACE iti JG riJ:\M:its FURNITURE CLEANING "Prompt Day and Night Service" MH OltMM K-HOYITTT PLUMBING CONTRACTORS FOR SALES, SERVICE OR REPAIRS RHONE PI 7-0606 9443 PARKWAY DRIVE MIAMI SHORES, FLORIDA Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service "CtEATft MIAMI'S FIRST An Exclusive laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE PHONE FB 5 5593 —and nothing really tangible had been accomplished. Now, Dr. Edward E. Johnson, president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, is in the Middle East, surveying the Arab refugee situation as a special emissary for the PCC. The Commission will get his report early in October, and will thus be in a position to report to the Assembly by the Oct. IS deadline. As life in the Arab towns that were the centers of protest demonstrations returned to normal, police began a trackdown of "Nasserite elements" known to have been be hind the anti-Israel demonstrations. The suspects, who arc believed to be part of an organized group, and whese names are known to police. disappeared trom their homes as soon as the demonstrations w ere 'nought under control. As police in Haifa announced they had arrested the organiier of an Egyptian spy ring in Israel, a group of young Arabs in the port city said they had formed an organization to prevent further deterioration of Israeli Jewish-Arab relations. What kind of report will it be? Israel's position is well known. %  Israel will not open its gates to ; an influx of several hundred j thousand sworn enemies calling I themselves refugees. Israel will negotiate the refugee issue — when and it negotiations become possible. But the Arabs smell blood. They think they can drive the Kennedy Administration into ac-1 cepting their thesis — to-wit. that Police identified the organizer as Hanni Arrabch. 19, who they said had crossed into Egypt last November and took part in broadcasts aimed at inciting Israel's Arabs. They said he then switched to intelligence and returned to Israel. The young Haifa Arabs distributed leaflets asserting that the Arab population wanted to live peacefully with its Jewish neighbors. It called upon the Arabs in Israel to restrain themselves and all the refugees should be given to indulge in no hostile demonstra%  tions against the Israeli authorities. i "Lei us carry on the fight against the Government's policy by legal Imeans," the leaflets urged. "We want no hotheads to start anything rash." Members of the organization said they intended to Mayor Abba Khoushy 0 Haift conferred in Town Hal' „\^ heads of the Christian arMoj. lem communities and ex ssw j sympathy with the be-avd families of the Arab you"w <, 0 had ben shot. At t>e sarrs time he also expressed his gra.j concern that Communist el-nefitj were exploiting th t incisor to incite the Arab copula' m | 0 demonstrations. He ask*th. notables to do all In their jower to calm the populaticn. The Arab leac't rs ; ron i d t 0 comply with bis request. ~ T "Hof them later public]} ur-, ed the Arab.; in their Di I : %  i rjj l0 abstain Irom any demonration. The New York Time: cai ed an interview with the 85-year d Deputy Mayr of Nazareth, Al .: Aziz Zubi. in which the Arab It • -r expressed fear that tix ransor and bitter demonstra'.mr.s in Vazareth last week had set thi \ and Jews of Israel tack 13 an ID their relations with eacl other, Deploring the demosstra he said: "Those Jews who hn anted to raise us to the status -qual citizens — and I think t! were a majority — will be in a bad position to do anything lor us A." Calm prevailed throuuiit the country following tie pu xation of a post-mortem report eablishing that the Arab youths v c shot at a distance. The repert t o said that there were no signs mutilation on the bodies when tl % %  were brought for examination h the Institute for Forensic Med, ne at Abu Kabir. The report posed the lie published by the (. untwist daily "Kcl Haam" > ,t the youths were tortured bef they were shot. the 'choice" of repatriation or compensation, with not a word said about resettlement. Just how will the United States delegation comport itself this time? Tnal remains to be seen. Observers here hope lor at least this much: That the U.S. delegation will, this time, take a firm stand and not perform in wobbly fashion again. The Arabs are going to press hard. They know that, if they cannot push tinKennedy Administration into appeasement this time, their cause lor the destruction of Israel will have 1 been set back forever. Israel Is not in danger here now so much as is the American reputation lor fairness and forth Tightness. 149 N.E. 1st St., (A.umi, ;o04 TICKETS TOURS CRUISES HOLIDAY HUNTERS TRAVEL AGENCY PLANNED INTERNATIONAL TOURS "We Can Be of Service to You on Your Next Holiday H 5830 Sunset Drive, So. Miami M0 6-2516 Fall is thrift-time to Israel via BO AC'S Rolls-Royce 707 Jets Only $740.60* Round-Trip to Tel Aviv. For so little, you could be .standing beside the giant Menorah which fronts on the Knesset in Jerusalem. 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Friday, October 6, 1961 -Jewlst thrift tr Page 11-A Rabbis Demand Kashrut Observance PHILA; KLPHIA —(JTA) —The '.he Sabbath and the Jewish dietgogues. Cons ervativ raboinatc of Philaary Laws are likely. The 52 rabcalling on all .Jewish organizadelph'a hM served notice 4hat Its bis. affiliated with the local branch tions to honor he djetary aws al membert vill refuse to officiate or 0 f the Rabbinical Assembly of; public functions, the rabbis called participl e in any religious and so America, made this position known the violation of Sabbath and kash" Sal everts at which violations of during services at their synaruth a threat to the survival of Judaism. They condemned the i violations as s m o k i n t candlemanner in which some religious lighting, photography or music occasions have been celebrated in other than vocal at functions sponthe Philadelphia Jewish commun-i sored by Jewish families or Jewity in recent years. Kosher cater-! ish organizations. In their Stateers in Philadelphia agreed to abide ment. the rabbis said they would strictly with the edict for all occano1 *' a,,end or officiate at any lime at functions catered by kosher caterers who permit any of .. I sions booked since Sept. 1. The-ban applies" to such Sabbath these Sabbath violations." ASIIKELOXIsrael's New Strength Grows In Ancient Beauty One of the most popular attractions of Israel are the classical beauties, fragrant orange groves and sparkling beaches of Ashkelon. Yet this popular resort area is also the site of one of the Lark plants creating modern Israel's growing industrial strength. 62MRKAMERICAS SURPRISE CAR IS HELPING ISRAEL GROW In few places in Israel are the past and present as beautifully combined as in Ashkelon. Within walking distance of Greek, Roman and Crusader ruins flourishes thriving New Ashkelon, including a modern plant in which are built many of the Larks you'll see everywhere in Israel. Together with the giant Lark Kaiser llin plant in Haifa, Ashkelon's Lark production provides Israel with both a valuable export and the advanced transportation which daily contributes to its rapid progress, Visit your Lark dealer and you'll discover for yourself many of the reasons that make surprising '62 Lark a favorite of the dynamic forward'looking Israelis— The '62 Lark gives you new Fine line Styling-true luxury car design at compact prices. The '62 Lark gives you New Room-equal to the largest American cars. The '62 Lark gives you New Glamour-carefully handcrafted interiors of the finest fabrics. The *B2 Lark gives you New Power-increased torque in your choice of three great engines-112 to 225 HP The '62 Lark gives you New Endurance Built Construction-the added stamina, strength and dependability so vitally important in pioneering Israel can save you handsomely on gas, maintenance and repairs here or home. See the surprising '62 Lark-the only car to give you Big Car Comfort at Compact Prices—at your Studebaker dealer, today. SEE, PRICE, TEST DRIVE, V?') T A D K THE SURPRISE CAR OF THE YEAR%)£ M^LKMmi ENDURANCE BUILT BT STUQEBAKE*



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Friday, October 6. 1961 fJewisii Mnriafirin Page 9-B /Wicheel PoJqarsky Jeffrey Ic win Andrew Tofcin Irving Sehres Kenneth Marx Eric Waxman Peter Small Jfyar c: I he Barcelona hotel. Now to Live Happily Second lecture in a series on The Art of Living Happily" will be given by Dr. Abraham Wollson. author of the book. "The Road to Health and Happier Living," on Tuesday morning, 8 a.m., immediately following Charles Siegel's exercise class on the 8th st. beach. Sen. the uppti i'ly hert accord man oi Tin Mrs, Si I ami res ri of Bel! : trustei Slates Auditions money, who has been in chamber since 1950, will TheatrP Guild .specially for the dinner, ;o Sidney Lefcourt, chairre dinner. ner will minor Mr. and uel Spector. long-time Mi• nts. S;>ector. a member avid Congregation, is a 'edars of Lebanon. Founders Plaque To be Announced Ri -ui. i meeting of Temple Beth Shiran vviJl be held Sunday, Oct. 1"'. ;ii f r m. Committee reports will include plans foi the purchase of land for the projected school building. Ed F < -tern, membership chairman u.i! announce the first 100 families have their names in* Scribed on the founders plaque, which v, :: be placed in the lobby of the new Temple. Theatre Guild of North Miami Beach is holding auditions and casting at Temple Ner TamidT 7902 Carlyle ave.. on Wednesday and Sunday. Oct. 4 and 8. at 8 p.m.. for "Champagne Extra." an original two-act musical comedy by %  Lenore Brooks, which deals with l the Yiddish catering business. Les' %  ter Friedman will direct. Sponsored by the Nor-Isle Optimist Club of Miami Beach, four j performances are scheduled for this winter at the Miami Beach .Senior High School Auditorium. Amateur and semi-professional actors, actresses, singers, dancers and models are invited to participate in the musical comedy which will include original songs and dance production numbers. on Saturday morning. Oct. 7. Rabbi Tibor Stern will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh grade student at Ida M. Fischer Junior High and is president of his class. He plays clarinet in the school band and is an ardent bowling and baseball enthusiast. Michael Podgirsky Saturday morning services, Oct. 7, at Temple Ner Tamid will include the Bar Mitzvah of Michael Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester; Podgarsky. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will officiate. Michael is a student at Nautilus Junior High and the Temple's religious school. Aaron Friedman Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Aaron, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Friedman, 252C SW 24th st., during Saturday morning services, Oct. 7,' at Israelite Center. Aaron is an eighth grade student at the Hebrew Academy Kiddush in the social hall will follow the ceremony. Jeffrey Lewin Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewin, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, fjct. 7, at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max. Lapschitz will officiate and present a Bible on behalf of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood. The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth grade student at North Miami Beach Junior High, has attended the congregation's religious school for three years, and is at present 1 a member of the pre-contirmation class, A reception in his honor will be held Saturday evening at the Seville hotel. Andrew Tobin Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Andrew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tobin, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein, during services Saturday morning. Oct. 7, at Temple Emanu-EI. Andy is a student at Nautilus Junior High, where he is a drummer in Ihe band He also plays piano, and is a sports enthusiast. A reception in honor of the Bar Mitzvah will be held in his home following the ceremony. Here from New York for the occasion will be Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bernstein and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bernstein, Andrew's uncles and aunts. v Eric Waxman Eric, son of Mr. and Mrs Cy Waxman, 520 N. Shore dr., Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Oct. 7, at Temple Menorah. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at Nautilus Junior High and the Temple's religious school. A reception in his honor will be field at his home Saturday at 6:30 p.m. Peter Small Temple Emanu-EI will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Peter, son of Dr. and Mrs. George Small, formerly of Massachusetts, now of Bay Harbor Islands, during services Saturday morning. Oct. 7. with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating. Peter attends Nautilus Junior High, is an avid stamp collector, enjoys music, and plavs tennis and golf. A party in his honor will be given at the Seville hotel. Young Judaea Units to Meet Newly formed youth group at Congregation Yehui ah Moshe will meet in Popiel Hall every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. All students between the ages ol 12 to l."> are invited. Club will be under the jurisdiction of Young Judaea, with Ronnie Drucker in charge. .Miss Drucker has been a counselor at Camp Avir for the past several years, and is currently studying at Barry College. First meeting was held Tuesday. Rabbi Ever Will Open Series Rabbi Isaac Ever will launch the second year of his series of Yiddish lectures at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute on Saturday from 4:45 to 5:45 p.m. First lecture will be "The Early History of the Jewish People." Author of several books. Rabbi Ever has also had many of his essays published in the Yiddish press. I President of t h e synagogue is Herman Weintraub. : THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN CATERERS IXQUtSITB WEDDINGS t BAR MITZVAS 731 Washington Ave. Telephone JE 8-5401 Biscayne Group Annual Meeting Biscayne chapter of the American Medical Center will have its third annual membership affair on Oct. 10 at the Diplomat hotel. 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Pacre 2-B +Jewist> norkfiati Friday. October 6, 196! Cooki c orner Mildred G. Bellin In the early days of Jewish his tory, when our forefathers had finished gathering all their crops in the autumn, they celebrated the merriest festival of the year. Later this festival was given a national, historic meaning which linked it to the nomadic beginnings of our people, when they dwelt in tents or huts. All this we too celebrated as we observed the festival of Sukkos. and dined in sttkkas. or booths, trimmed with the fruits of the har vest, or at tables similarly decorated. Much later, in fact many centuries after the destruction of the Temple, Simchas Torah was added to the festival, and during the Middle Ages the seventh day of the holiday. Ho.-hana Kabba. took on many ol the traits ot a second Yom Kippur. Inasmuch ai eating Meet Kreplach is a tradition of the day before Yom Kippur a< well as Puiim. serving them has become a customtry observance of this sev> enth day. Also, on Sukkos. honey is placed on the table to be served with the first slice of bread In many homes, stuffed Cabbage, known too as Holishkes or Prokes, and a rich Strudei are prepared aspecial treats at some time during the festival. Aside from these, there are no specified foods which arc traditionally eaten at Sukkos Any favorite delicacy is appropriate However, since Sukkos has much of the spirit of the American: Thanksgiving, one menu could feature turkey and cranberry sauce to symbolize how grateful we are to live in a land of plenty. I The menu suggested here is based on the custom of serving Stuffed Cabbage and Strudei fnj Jewish menus, the cabbage balls | are sometimes offered as an appe-! tizer and sometimes as the main di-h of a simple family meal. Since, this is a holiday meal, they are) presented as the "forshpise" in; small portions to whet the appe-' tite. A Vegetable Soup could follow, although this may be omitted I if the meal seems adequate with-' out it. For the main dish there is the ever-favorite brisket of beef (brust). made even more delicious with an apricot gravy A true Strudei requires both skill and patience, so our ingenious ancestors devised a delightful rolled cookie to be served in its place much easier to make, but also filled with goodies. These they called Strudelach The fact that children, adore them gives ample excuse for : having the cookies in place of the more elaborate pastry. With the Strudelach. a fresh fruit or melon; cup. no problem during this harj vest season, provides J refreshing I ending to the meal. Mm Challos Honey Wine Stuffed cabbage (Holmshkes or Prokes Mashed Potatoes Green pepper salad Vegetable Soup (optional) Brisket of beef (brust i with apricots Green beans Fresh Fruit or Melon Cup Tea or Black Coffee Tomato, Lettuce Strudelach 9 //it* IsSaal MOM MOPU USC rettmtunt. caktria-ftee Sogorme C ttQft twertenrr mum THAN W6M TIT 0 FOOD VAlUf tttommt nded by doctors tm ckaDetics, ovemngtirj and to calorie dittj. Ult for beverttet. •eiierti, eookiflf. fun. Citfr HooHy karmtm 4 lb eUHIUNTdO NON .FATTENING JT (OOO iroAll IVMVWHfJM Stuffed Cabbt9e (Holishkes or Prokis) My Mother's Recipe 1M lbs. lean ground beef Mi cup raw rice 2 eggs I large onion, chopped I teaspoon salt 1/16 teaspoon black pepper I No. 2 can tomatoes M> of a No. 2 can water V4 cup pancake syrup Mi cup brown sugar x h cup seedless raisins juice of one lemon 1 large head cabbage Mix together thoroughly :he beef, rice. eggs, halt of the onion, the talt, and the pepper Remove ten )! ihe large outside leaves of the cabbage, softer, them for a few moments in boiling water, then! dram. Fill the leaves with the 1 meat mixture, wrap carefully. and| -•.cure the ends with toothpicks.. Cut the remainder of the cabbage D large Shreds and place these in the bottom of a heavy 4-quartj saucepan with the remaining ingredients Cover the sauce-jar. bring to a boil, then lower the heat, and sim ner tor two hours, .-v the end of one hour taste the gravy,!, and add salt, pepper, sugar, or j lemon juice to taste. This recipe | serves 10 as an appetizer or 5 as a main dish. The Stuffed Cabbage' may be frozen. Brisket of Beef (3rust) With Apricots *k lb. dried apricots 3Mi lbs. well-trimmed brisket of beef 1 large onion, finely diced snpo for your Kasha recipe And delight your family with the dish you make 1 All you do Is submit your favorite recipe for using Wolff's Kasha For stuffing chicken, derma... making knishes. varnuhkjs, soups...side dishes with onions, chopped mushrooms, peppers or any other tasty use for this all-time favorite. %  V teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon sugar 2 teaspoons lemon juice Place the apricots in a saucepan, add just enough water to cover, and bring to a boil. Lower the heat and simmer 10 minutes. Drain and measure one cup of the liquid. Place the meat, onion, and apricots in a roasting pan with a cover. Combine the liquid and remaining ingredients and add Cover tightly and roast at 375 degs. F. for 2MJ to 3 hours, until the meat is very tender. Chill and remove the cake of fat. Slice the meat against the grain, re'urn to the gravy and reheat slowly. This recipe serves 7-8. The meat may be frozen. Strudelaxh About 5 l 4 cups sifted all-' purpose flour 3 teaspoons double acting baking powder Mi teaspoon baking soda 3 eggs Mi cup honey 1 < cup vegetable oil %  4 cup orange juice I teaspoon grated orange rind 1 12-oz. jar cherry preserves 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon M cup each seedless raisins, coconut, chopped nuts, and chopped mixed, candied fruits 1 cup sugar Sift together 4 cups of flour, the baking powder, and baking soda. Beat the*eggs, Rlgari and oil until light. Beat in the honey, orange juice, and rind. Add the flour mixture and stir until smooth Stir in enough more flour to make a soft dough Cut into lour equal parts. Roll out each part very lightly on a well-floured board into a rectangle 6 inches by 14 inches. Spread each with a fourth of the preserves, then with a fourth of the cinnamon, raisins, coconut, nuts, and mixed fruits. Beginning at a wide side, roll up the filled rectangles. Place, with cut edge underneath, well| apart on two greased cookie tins. J Bake 20 to 25 minutes at 350 degs. F. un'il a rich brown Cut each roll into 12 pieces while still hot. Cool on racks. The cookies will keep for severa' days in a tin. and for several weeks in the freezer. Beth Shirah Ladies to Meet • Temple Beth Shirah Sisterhood officers will meet Thursday evening, Oct. Mrs. Harry Barak, program 12. chairman, I : the guest Mrs. Jack Somberg, acting presi speaker Pi •' Julian vyo, of dent, will conduct lain; Duo Will Chair Benefit Dinner Mrs. Julia Spector and vtr< u seph Schaffer will be co-chairml„ of the Cedars of Lebanon benefit dinner on Tuesday, Oct. 3] a "' Barcelona hotel. "" Members of Beth David Sytu Sogue, they have both patticipataj in Cedars of Lebanon HosDitai building activities. General chairman of the dinner at which L'.S Sen Mike V n r )n will be principal speaker, is Sidney Lefcourt. Members of the committee inelude Mesdames George Berney" Meyer Forer, Leon Kaplan Aon' ham Kasow. Sidney Lefcourt. Sam. uel Schaffer and Philip v, arshav, BB Women Slate Square Dance B'nai B'rith Women of West Hi. ami will hold its anneal square dance on Sunday evening j; tjie Cross Trail Square Dance Center 4150 SW 70th ct. Theme will be "Turk %  tne Straw." and professions square dance caller G >rdon Bl a .|| call the numbers. Th jjso be round dancui ', "b i,. square s." Teen .. \ yetc, ime. Chairmi ri are Mrs rraofc • Mrs S % %  : i *br • son. YU BAN SALUTES The Simcha of Modern Israe: THE AGRICULTURE SETTLEMENT shown here is one of the hundreds of Kibbutzim or collective farming units in Israel today. Cultivation is also carried on by individuals. The most modern techniques are employed, many of them developed by Israeli engineers to make this ancient land yield bountiful crops. 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Friday. October 6. 1961 +Jewtst) fftwidFiaun Page 3-A Israel's First Music Festival a Triumph Comedian Phil Foster is Hying to Miami especially to entertain at a Cedars of Lebc.ion Hospital benefit dinner c: the Coral Way Jewish Center on Wednesday eveChairman of the event iMen is Fox. Serving with him are Mrs. Kenneth Feldwoman's chairman, Grossman, Martin A.or.ow, Harold Cease, Herbert Green, Martin Hirsch, ray Levine, Eli King, Leoncrd Putterman, Morton Weinberger, David WeinEtein end Marvin Weiner. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Jerusalem We had yet another "first" in Israel last week, indeed an unusual one. For the first time in two-thousand years, a performance returned to the Roman theatre at Cacsarca. To be more exact, it was about 1,750 years since the theatre had been used last — and surely it never before heard such beautiful music as that which flowed from under the fingers of Pablo Casals, Rudolf Serkin, and the Budapest Quartet. The ancient theatre has been partially restored, a platform improvised in its well, and th" apprehensions of the organizers about the weather and. more so. about the danger of the strong winds blowing sand off the dunes proved — happily — unfounded. What surprised many, including the musicians, were the excellent acoustical conditions which were comparable to those in a closed hall, and which again proved thai "there was nothing new under the sun" and that even in this electronic age we might still take our hats off to the Romans, If was an unfor.iettab'e concert and rarely if ever was one given to listen to such a rendition of the Bach Gamba Sonata which seemed to have been timed perfectly to accompany the red sun's descent into the blue Mediterranean. Said violinist Isaac Stern: "The soft introspective second movement mingled with the gently rumbling surf in the background, illustrating the eternal truth of the music and the elements." The concert climaxed Israel's first MusicFestival that brought together Mr. Casals. Mr. Stern, Mr. Serkin, Eugene lstomin and the famed Budapesl Quartet, whose Alexander Schneider acted as the Festival's director. Needless to add, all the concerts were sold out. including all the standing room that could be made available, and many of Israel's large public of m usi C lovers were left disappointed and had to be satisfied with the opportunity to listen to the music J over their radio sets. The organizers of the first Fes j tival are already busy planning j the next one, and there is no doubt that the Festival will become a regular feature of Israel's cultural life. Also, there is no doubl that the Festival, and especially the participation ol Pablo Casals, will greatly enhance Israel's stature in the world of music and act as an important factor in spurring and further widening and deepening the field of music HI the country. The visit ol Pablo Ca sals is seen hi re as paralleling in significance, the first appear ance here of Arturo Toscanirri 25 years ago. it was Toscanini's appearance that put the I hen established Philharmonic Orchestra on the map. It is hoped that Casal's participation in the lust Festival will help in its coming, in time, to rank among the world's major music events. Mr. Casals, the 84-year-old master, was vivic"y moved by the outpouring of deep affection that greeted him everywhere in the country. He had only words of highest praise for the appreciative Israeli audience, filled with "a great and pure love of music." He was greatly impressed by the country and the people. Said Casals: "I have the greatest ad miration for you. You are an ex ample to everyone in faith, in strength — in everything that is needed to be great." These were moving words — which, of course, can be applied to the old master himself. LET'S SING TOGETHER Listen Every Sunday, 2 P.M. and on Friday, 3:45 P.M. to SCHACHTER'S YIDDISH VARIETY PROGRAM 1140 On Your Dial REMEMBER! IT IS 2 P.M. EVERY SUNDAY and FRIDAY at 3:45 P.M. LARGE AIRY EFFICIENCIES BY THE YEAR from $1,200 ALSO FOR THE StASON Convenient to Everything. 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f-^* :v* trmi&nrjrrt&tr Tndaj. October %  j^ V 0 7 atari -. %  % %  : hj-.'.: -. %  p -•;-••-.--./ Hh*-.t Locally rs,s:.w %  •' %  .-.-;-. ::_~~ • ih ippeennji in s; ('.' •.' t, ir, >/<•.; I ',? UM ricari T*-'hnicM cu I %  .'ir 7• < bnion l '^-i i%  % %  .•< rd Tei h IM 0(| ir. Haifa A' 'if,;' ... eO I.'*' f'ir IhC FVI< in will r, more than 300 leading dives, it was announced that M companiea have pledged a total of $103.0000. 12 percent more than the) had pledged as corporate gifts lait year United Fund's l%2 goal to support the work of 39 health, welfare and character building agencies, i-, $2 7r,822. Free Loan Group To Celebrate Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Avsn will hold its 11th annual social on Sunday evening at the Greater Miami Jewish C'ommuni'y Center. 460 SW 16th ave. Music, dancing and entertainment will be featured, leader* Schwartz is president Theassociation extends aid to Beady families, in the form of interest free loans made in strict confidence Officer! serving with Schwartz are Joseph Navel, Sam Seigel and Mrs Isidore Cohen, vice presidents; Sam Phillips, treasurer; Mrs Gladys Fendell, financial secretarj. Mrs Zelda Kunst, record ing secretary; Max Price, corresponding secretary; Has Kappaport. Fred Ochs, llyman Chabner and Ralph Krleger, investigating committee loMpfa M. Upton, [,M hen) oi Dado \<->lm" : tares' tl m* ha •.-*a than 2S -. tod a UM a la i U Be t It -.. "' Mn Os si coerdu it Mrth p t a B*, aur$. D. aoMUs COHJS Choice Football Jicke': %  %  .... ( I • •..-. f i i DON'T GAMBLE YOUR HOME Here's PROOF Metro Plans to Revive Tax Re-assessment Plan Metro betrayed wnall and average home owners with a *o plan which nullified Homestead Exemption. In HS face of skyrocketing Metro spending —up by $7,400,000 the first year, $3,600,000 the second year, S 14,900,000 the third year. and S 19,600,000 the fourth year —wealthy taxpaying interests were on the verge of throwing owt Metro until the re-assessment plan shifted the burden to hundreds of thousands of home owners. Metro turned deaf eors to the people's outcry UNTIL 76,000 PEOPtE SIGNED PETITIONS ANO FOflCED THE OCT. 17th VOTE TO AMEND THE METRO CHARTER' Then Metro hastily called a special election in August to knock out the re-assessment plan a political move, to lull the people UNTIL AFTER OCT. 17th' Don't be fooled, h is only TEMPORARY! The '?*^ fsf"^V Metro Manager, questioned UNDER OATH in Circuit Court, admitted plans .**( to REVIVE RE-ASSESSMENT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE! Let's KEEP RE-ASSESSMENT OUT! Vote Oct. 17 PEOPLE'S COMMITTEE TO AMEND METRO Pan Chopp.ll, Pr.. • d>n 9 r... IMg. • FR -78S



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iday. October 6, 1961 *'Jenis^ flfrkUsn Page 5-B tcademy PTA Hans Installation, >uest Speaker [pannt Teacher Assn. of the Heir,* Academy will tender a recepL 10 the members of the Hebrew lidKnglish faculty on Saturday, "pro., at the Crown hotel. J flcwly-clected ollicers of the PTA Li' be installed by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Aca|emy. fo be installed are Mesdames Ihrldon Dearr. president; Herbert hrrpr Solomon Mason, Harry fc-miicN and Tobias Simon, vice Lfcsidents; Matthew Zuckerman, |, secretary; r.erald Greenbe F"' f' I h v Rosenberg, and Saul corresponding secret a. ii\ Penchanaky, social secI Marvin Choos. treasurer; ico Kellner, historian; 11. an, chaplain. honored are the 50 new who have joined the Acadetai; %  r ipal speaker of the evening r Mark Murfin, chairman partment ol elementary lion and professor of educa• the University of Miami I will be "Islands oi ExcelI v lit %  ben Berger will introi,, i (embers ol the faculty I.,.. i ch teacher will be pinned by NOW! Menorah Classes To be Closed Oct. 20 will be the last day for schools may enroll. Classes are in the daily nursery school and in Sunday school classes. ; children to enroll lor beginning Hebrew classes at Temple Men orah. Transfer students who have start ed their Hebrew training at other conducted almost exclusively in Hebrew. Daily nursery school staff includes Mrs Lois Kusens and Mrs. Nathaniel C.lickman. chairman Rebecca Stern. The school meets of the religious school board, em! daily from 9 to 12 noon in the new phasized that there is still room air-conditioned facilities. DR. MARK MURTIH Mrs. Jonah (apian and Mrs. M. II. Rosenhouse, pasi presidents. Mrs. .lack Buchsbaum, immediate pa.-t president, will Introduce the new officers. A social evening will follow. KOSHER SLICED CORNED BEEF Ask tor All KUNO Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Leaders t o Meet Israel Consul Presidents and Israel all iirs chairmen ol all Jewish organizations in Greater Miami will be Invited to the reception for Zecv Z. Dover, Israel's new Consul for the Southeastern United Slates, at the Algiers hotel Oct. 8. Jack D. Gordon, president of j South Florida Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, said "We consider it vital that all leaders of the local Jewish community meet Israel's official representative in our region during his initial visit to Dade county.'' Dover also will be grectd by leaders of the American Friends at a dinner party earlier in the evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Classer. Mrs. Glasser, former chairman of the Greater Miami committee lor Israel Bonds, has been a leader in support lor Israel projects here since the Jewish state's inception. WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Southgate Unit Meets Tuesday Southgate group of Hadassah will meet Tuesday evening at Southgate Towers. Program will include the presentation, "Portrait of Hadassah,"' with songs and music depicting Hadassah projects. Mrs. Joseph Goodman will oiler a report on American and Zionist affairs. Mrs. Max Cohen is program chairman. Southgate group celebrated the Festival of Sukkoth last week at the Algiers hotel. Rabbi and Mrs. Henry Wernick gave a dramatization in keeping with the celebration. Participants also included Mrs. Aaron Green, Charles Weiss and Morris Zeigman. Music was by Larry Blue. Mrs. Jack Home I sky was chairman of arrangements. Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! % %  %  %  NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices NO Shortening ^tteTiTlaljoL u>€tL tU tati* for almost 40 years on Holidays and every day MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE has brought cheer into far more Jewish homes than any other brand because that Good-to-the-last-drop flavor means... It's a Mechayeh! all the way down! INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE ? \xo. so V7


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Friday, October 6. 1961 *Jeni>$ti iJcrfdfar? Page 7-B Hostesses Named to Bas Mitzvah Dinner and Fashion Festival Oct. 21 Blmonhoff, Morriii Bkop, Leonard Solomon, v. Hi,in Nplugelnmn, Irving Rteiniauf, William Suasman, Israel I'eltch, Hannah Tevlln, Philip Thau, Id ':"'! : an, Jaoh Topped, Carl W< lnkl< Hani • >. -. I Max W< It> H. franklin Williams, I •;. >. i,i Woli.v %  .i KaretKky, I •• Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah accepts proclamation from Vice Mayor Malvin Enqlander declaring October, 1961 as Hadassah Month." Left to right are Miss Lillian Goodman, f resident; Mrs. Oscar S. Sindell, membership regional cooiainator; Mrs. Maurice Cahn, chapter membership coordinator; and Vice Mayor Englander. Hrami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Will loin Golden Jubilee Year Celebration Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah joins in celebrating Hadas sab's Golden Jt'bilee Year at the OctC-tx r meetings. I • Aliyah group wilt meet on Oct. IP in the Morton Towers card Program is a salute to members Jit a tea. &f Bay Kirbor group will have a iel Togetfier" luncheon on Oct. 9 at the Singapore hotel at noon. Brandeis group will meet on Oct. !) al the Fontainebleau hotel at II :30 a.m. Special event includes an auction sale. i Deborah group will have a mem'• %  rship tea at the home of Mrs. Howard, 8986 Bay dr., at Hi" ::. on Oct. 9. Esflier group will hold a lunch nor, meeting at the Monte Carlo followed by an address by v< Mindlin, editor of The Jewish i idian, on Oct. 9. I. 1 Goodman grcuo will meet mm on Wednesday, Oct. n al the lanca hotel at 8 p.m. Salute • bership is scheduled. > Hem group will have a regular meeting a! the Eden Roc hotel on Oct. 16. Noon program I presented by the members ol the Southgate group. "She Co'ildn'l Saj No" is the title of a skit. Music is by Larry Blue. Israeli group will meet on Monday. Oct. 9. at the Algiers hotel at noon. Membership party will be held .n honor of the Golden Jubilee Year. Emma Lazarus group will have a pa'd-up membership luncheon on Monday. Oct. 16. Chorus and narration to music will explain the accomplishments of Hadassah. Harma Sanasch group will have a regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 9. at the Shelborne hotel. Films on Hadassah will be shown. Shaloma group will have a meeting on Monday, Oct. 9. at Hibiscus Auditorium. The program will be a special membership skit. > Southgate group will have a meeting on Tuesday evening. Oct. 10. in the Southgate Recreation Hall. Salute to membership will t>e called Now is the Time." Henrietta Siole* troop will have a meeting on Monday noon. Oct. 9, at the Algiers hotel. Guest speaker is Mrs. Sanlord Jaeobson. who will discuss. "Impressions of 1 Israel." Stephen S. Wise group will meet on Monday. Oct. 9, 11:30 a.m.. at the Casablanca hotel. Salute to new members is scheduled Hostesses were named this week I for the Israel Bas Mitzvah dinner l on Saturday evening, Oct. 21, at I the Fontainebleau hotel. The dinner, celebrating Israel's i 13th anniversary, will be sponsorJed by the Women's Division of the Israel Bond Organization. Mrs. Jack Katzman. chairman of the Women's Division, is chairman of the dinner. Featured will be a Fashion Festival under the chairmanship of j Mrs. Jack S. Popick. The festival combines creations of Italy's and Israel's leading designers. The show will be coordinated by j Saks Fifth Avenue under the direction of Miss Irene Garcia. Com! mentator will be Miss Ilka Chase, known as one of the ten best-dress,cd women in the world, recently ; returned from Israel, where she was invited as a consultant to the Israel fashion industry. The hostess committee, in formation, includes the Mesdames Mayer Abramowlts, ROM t\ Abrame, El! HIAdama, William Ajrranove, Dave Alper, James \l Albert, Morris Alpert, Mlriney Analn, Jnok Auguxt, Meyer v Iteakln, M.I\ Knuer, Herbert Baumsard, Samuel Beokerman, David i:> ni.li, Anne Berknwlts, Rue Eterkowits, Harry W. Berlat, nenraje IJprlman, Sadie Rleler, Benjamin I. Binder, Betty Rlrchanaky, Sum Blank. Meadamea Nathan Bookauan, William Bomsteln, Samuel Botway, I. !" ;s IS, Bower, Bdmund Brant, Maurice H. Brenner, Rosa Brody, Jonaa BrotI man, Manuel Bursteln, .1. A, Cantor, Jack Carner, Abraham Oaaael, Ben Cohen, Joaepti Cohen, Morrtfl Cooper, Anna C Corraln, Irving rypen, Sarah Caech, Sam F. Danela, Max Deakter, Joaeph Denmark, Clara it Danner, Sam Dorfman, David Drucker. Meadant*n |.. ( Ki-.fiisi.-ui. Pearl Kikin. i>an Blklnd. Leon £11, Ben B•en, Joaeph Peldhelm, Betty h-iur, K. >'. h in,-, Meyer Klne, Abrain Fox, Jacob B, K,,x. Ben Frankenntoln, Hamuel N. Prledland, D. Friedman, David h'rledman, Pannle i". Krotnmer, Charea FTuchtman, Jack Furman, Leo riardner, Arthur "Teller, !.••<> <;p|van, Henry Qllbert, Bfn Ulller, Norman Ualdaden, Loula (Ilaaaar, Bernard ii,>l(i. Oeorara oldberg, tarael I-:. j'Jeldinan, leather Qoodman, Lillian : Goodman. Mewlames Paul (Jordan, Udward Drad, saiiiin-1 Oraubart, Kdwiird Greenfield, Abraham Urunhur, Elian Halpern, ttoae Halprtn, Trudy htameraching, laadora Heoht, leo Helm, I Murra) norlands, Morrli Hlrxch, Bernard i>. apian, Bernard Katt, Jack Katsman, Mheldon Kay, Banford H. K William Kline, Alexander *<• % %  Max Kolkw, Tom %  Rra\ i/. Inez Kri n ky Rohi rl K Ina nan : %  i i Kronlnh, BUK< ne I. '•• vita Mewduinea Irving i,.rman, Ram C Levenaon, Max i.p.-.--la, Joseph i.ii>ton, i im l.ii-i.-n. M l. baenz, Bewdi l.ovlta, Milton Lubarr, Dave Mai %  %  I....-"am Marks, Lou In Meravtt Bei iniln Me) ers, Irving M lller, \ Mo'aaky, Bmll Morton, Ham Nrls>,n, \.ir. n N.wmim. i>lln T' iriv, Helms ii in. Anne Padawer, Albert Pick, Kffle rial..:,. Mordi %  'i Pod t, -.. II pollack, I im :,i Po \. Jack s "; lea Mir • m l'r< --. Samuel Reinhard, Min.;... Re i-/.. .;., k Rlfkln. M,--,!ai.:.Benjamin Rimer, Joaepl Pauline Horn i na'rd Ro^en, Mi \ Rosen, .i,:!;->. Rosensteln, Lotlia H •:.-.. -. j. it. Rose ithal, K ed Ri>enswelK, >i,ia Rubin, Raymond Rubm, Keymour Rubin, Louis Rudnii-k. Dan Rdskln, Kamuel s.ii, -.,> .-'am .1 T .-' plro, Ann Bchaffel, Ben. ,.i iIn Kchlek, Ale* Si-hneldman, Jacob Schoenfeld, Ueia'd Schwarts, Henrj Beltlln, Stanley Hellgman, l>avld Kernaker, Norman hAiaplro, Benjamin Sharps, Joseph Hhawmut, Max sii, imiiMii. Solo n Sehlff, Sol v, i in.in. Meadamaa Harrj Slmonhoff, Ram in md, i' laabi i !i Zentler /.. bj Flamingo Chapter Formed Flamingo chapter of Deborah Id spital i^ a newly-formed evening group which will meet the fourth Thursday of every month, '8 p n„ al Morton T-iwers. Founoer is Mi-Doris Alpert Serving as president is Mrs. Lillian Shapiro. I .\ir.s. Ada Grtenbaum is secretaryIreasurer, Singles Limited Party Singles Limited will open the fall' season with a games night on SunIday, 6::i0 p.m.. at the Minyonaires Hall, 3717 Bird rd. Program Will include dancing and refreshments. JjjSi" In charge of information is Miss Edith Keingold. Mrs. Jack Katzman, chairman of the Women's Division of the Israel Bond Organization, chats with Madame Tana de Gamez Gres, noted author, lecturer and Latin American authority, at a meeting of hosts for the Israel Bas Mitzvah dinner to be sponsored by the Israel Bond Women's Division on Saturday. Oct. 21, at the Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Gres was in Mami last week to speak at a series of plannina meetings for the dinner, which will be the only one of its kind to be held unywhere in the world. CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME "A Friendly and Gentle Atmosphere For Those You Love'' • 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE • SPECIAL DIETS OBSERVED • ALL ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR • PRIVATE BATHROOMS • AIR CONDITIONED • SWIMMING POOL • SPACIOUS GROUNDS 1 SCREENED PATIO Ferdinand H. Rosenthal, Director-Owner Former Asst. Dir. Mt. Sinai HoaPu *leveland I 'ir. Jewish Home for Auod. Pittsburgh 7060 S.W. 8th ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA CA 6-1363 Cardiac Hospital Plans Fund Drive At a meeting of key volunteer personnel of National Children's Cardiac Hospital. January. 1962, was designated "Chapter expansion and Fund-Raising Month. "Kick-off will be Jan. 12. at which time chapter women in cities throughout the Fast. Mid West, and Florida will meet. Milton Dreyfus, executive vice president of the hospital, stressed the fact that the hospital is now completely national, with patients being served from practically every slate. He also pointed out that construction work has started on the hospital's new buildings adjacent to NW 12th ave. and the Metropolitan Center, and that funds will be sought, simultaneous' ly, from all sections of the country. Fred MacMurray. slar of television, screen and stage, is serving a.s national fund chairman, and will make several personal appearances emphazing the need for the work being done here at the hospital. Senior Citiiens to Meet Senior Citizens Assn. will meet Tuesday evening at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., Washington ave. and 10th st. Guest speaker will be Councilman Bernard Frank Leo Biennan will also address the gathering on insurance. Miami Chapter Tea Miami chapter of the American Jewish Congress will hold a membership tea on Thursday afternoon, Ocl 19, 1 p.m at the home of Mrs. I. Rubin. 18'J0 SW 21st st. The function is open to all interested persons in the program of the organization, according to Mrs. Anna Mae Weiss, chairman. DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Do it the easy way-by mail. Mail your orders to Rich Dale Groves for prompt handling. WEDDING SPECIAL Ml INfOSMAlS >V !>U VW NAPKINS Complete A.A.A. PRINTERS 298 N.E. 2nd AVE. FR 3-5622 BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECT*RIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Under Strict 8up*i-viaion of the Orthodon Vaad HakaaJiruth of Florida flabbi Or. Isaac H. Evar, Director 24-HOUR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS *00€KM WgPggg 4 fUKNISHIHGS miHtOOf tWiOHK 310 Collins AVB. Ph. J[ 2-3571 Miami Beach /Metro to be Debated The proposed Metro Charter amendment will be debated be tore the Citizens Aetion League on Monday evening at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., 1133 Normandy dr. County Commissioner Alex Gordon will speak j against the amendment. John Gautier, former tax assessor of Dade county, will speak for it. A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 94401 INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT and RIDGE COUNTIES 0RANGE3 Pimakm specify if you want Orangmf only or GroperVuif only) in 'fruit protector' gift cartons 90 1b. box $11.93 Full bushel 8.50 1/2 bushel 6.50 12 lb. sampler.... 8.73. Compara quality and pneat. You c*n'| beat Rich Oala tor auparb valua. Price* include delivery except Add 10% West ol Mississippi. J? 00 to Canada. Satlitacttorl guaranteed or fruit is replaced or monejjl relunded. RICH DUE GROVES Weirsdale. Florid* Write (or free folder of many gift lll'!0B COOK WANTED FOR PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD For about 30 days beainninq Nov. 20. Strict Dietary law* Ob^rverJ. Writa Mrs. T., Bex 2973, Miami 1, Fla. i' personalized service tit the blaekstone flower shops where you get more for your money un 6-1233 24-hour service except rosh kashono ami vom kippur



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T ?og* S-A +3mist fkrrtfrr Friday. October 5. l^j Florida Institute of Judaism Features Weekend of Seminar Discussion TV • mi TIII Florid* Is*t^ Mnm >9I be k< > Ufa HofyJar in a, paSm B^**** 'x2* thnaofji ^ ajyiwi^e-: Germ a*. pre**Je* F/irvJx Stan PdmlH <-. B r TV Chir-po o# *S^ IrVfti+vfe is Ptbtoi Semuel Jefre. **r>. lMbr Temp*e B*H. E in He4..'." %  I .f tnc %  • atra *' 'I L'DJOC %  Dr .: %  Beet %  % %  .. %  '-. %  ,. i r..UH I > Pirof Tea %  f4B8J 54MUfl ;*m Mapai Presses To Lead Talks Continued from Page 1-A eminent thai Eahkol turno ;> itratg) of bypassing that • to concentrate on ]. Two iubcommrMees were set up one headed by Eshlcol and <** by Mapai Knesset deputy Akiva Govrin, to discuss proposals for some Parliamentary control over the Israeli security network, currently under the tight control of the Ministry of Defense, and suggestions for better implementation of the concept of collective Cabinet responsibility. Eahkol and Govrin reported at a meeting with the former coalition partners — the Liberals. Mapa rn. Achdut Avodah and the National Religious Party — that pro gress was being made on the two proposals but that they needed aome finishing touches. Servirtg ji ^ l yieria' cK e i rim o • re Sem Wfefeera, *** p i aja j j o* tSe Fl**a See Feder*en 9* B'net B'rith Ladg ti ; Mr*. Herbe n PWBH p*et^derft a* t^e PRi*— c*ea*er o* B'nai B'rrrh; Mrs Seymej Cole president of the Plri Beach chapter of B'n*i B'ri*h ryo^-e^; and Mrs. Henry KraatJBr *j-* Jew -th education chairmjfo* -be Mor*h Florida Count 1 t* B nai B nth Women. %  : %  Final Registration Day Scheduled H*3f fU6f tOtOH'Tl Meyer 5am berg educat.on direela Set Tjrr.i-i nbgiaa %  A has set Oct. 12 u Daal la* | aMfeM en naftei Gradea i-e airad to ea> iad aoot ictwr ha? • -adrle-* • -c*ilay *a*iat :*-• A-i! be able to re%  on a mention. Sam rsi semester I %  t radii Tie religious school boa'd is uncer 'he chairmanship o* Louis B. Hsberman. Members of the boa'd include Irving E E/jel, Seyntevr Horowitz. Maurice Zare*zky, Louis H. Staliman, Jack A* 1-^3. Bernard Lack, Fred Oejrscrt. Dale Regent, Harry H'. hnnaA, Dan Wagner, and Mesdames Murray Shaw, Louis Cohen. Ralph Mervis, Norn,,„ Holland. Me. R^„, Hym ^ Rortenberg, Eugene Schwrr Joseph Sherb.ll, Harriet Geller* Yvette Sifber-er I'nder the new pohev recently ^aapuaoed by Dr Ben L FaW I Temple Ner T 3n >ad free turtion and tnaaportattoo arc' now included with membership lues a* wall a* ieau I %  nan %  th the resuli ipacitj %  „ ibfe the m Beach Chapter to Meet '• '.lODtl Iran Cardiac H Senile ItUOO TV penonaiit] •_ %  ; 1 •-•' r *~. *W Only 86 Saving Days 'til Dividend Time! .••••. START YOUR FUNDS EARNING A SAFE. SECURE 0# per annum current *... &f %  Jtil* *''^' Accounts insured us to *JUI nrm ^lO.OOO by ar age-cyof the '* j: • v: .7 Ur.itea Suus government dividend OPEN OR ADD TO YOUR ACCOUNT ON OR BEFORE OCTOBER 10th AND EARN A FULL 3 MONTHS' DIVIDEND BY YEAR'S END nniiniitmiiiiiiiuiiiiiniiiiffniiniiiiiuiiiifiiiHiiniirinuniiiiiiiiiiiiiritirttnitfniii = ^ SEE WASHINGTON FEDERAL S ^E F R EXHIBIT OF f m ANTIQUE AMERICAN MECHANICAL COIN BANKS (Even.one actually works ... fascinating and educational) NOW ON DISPLAY AT OUR NORMANDY ISLE OFFICE 1133 NORMANDY DRIVE iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniJiiiiiniiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiifiiiiiiiiiiiimnnnnjjuniiiiu 3 convenient offices or save by mail *• *e,e* WASHINGTON FEDERAL SAVIWS and LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI IEACU 4 1701 Mend.an Avenue • 1244 Washmgfon Avenoe • 1 1 33 Normandv Drive ^^ -E^? 00 M W"*^ JEfftfo 8-8452 **WU* H. COURSMOM |



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October 6. 1961 vjenisii Ftcridian Page 13-A JEWISH MORALISTS \SHER BEN YECHIEL (Uth Century) \\ h %  .•i i hat been mured m thy :. firn thnujh not told as | ( : it not pov> from rhec to And if one lr/1 fhee a tale. ; \ ml io him ihiJl thou has heard i jure. Do not fix thine eyes ,, (. -nufh ci Otf? who is Jar 'above l/ u in wealth hut on those who behind thee in worldly fortune. 'in mi one to open shame; Bis., i ifcj power aj-aitiii am one; ,un itII u'hrt'.er thou u'l.'r not ,, ii\ be pou/erlen thyself? : struggle vainglorious!) -•-: ... %  %  of shoicmg %  ; • 11 .!. %  u hat i f • be hia to wrath one • ..I -...1 ihme. • By RABBI LEON KRONISH Temple Beth Sholom The High Holy Days are over, but the mood a..d mefMg6 h ifter on: For nearly three years, except lor France's testing, from October 31, 1958, we had the fulfillment of nl K 's dream. Dunne that time, the United S'ates, the Soviet Union, and Great Britain hart pledged ntm-iives not to test nuclear devices. They hau agreed, tii tne words < f Isaiah, that nation would ,iot seni alofl nuclear bombs r nations, nor shall ihey leal anj more about nuclear war. the Soviet I'nmn 1 eked ail peoples on this planet by the announcement that they would res ime nuclear testing and produce a hundred megaton bomb, and tfcey would 6end this aloft by rockets capable of delivering the new bombs to any point on earlh. The West claims that Soviet aggression threatens Berlin. Syms e r v i c e s J It i s Lx' e e h e n a Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases recetved-after that time will be returned as-proof of their lateness. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyla ave Orthodox. Rabbi laaac ever PYI-..t> i. • p. n %  .•! •!• %  :.> :30 .1 II Sermon: "What I'onstltutea J idt ism?" Hi r Ml svah: K nneth, son 1 Mr, and MiHSdward Marx. ANSHE EMES. Const* v.iti.e. 2533 R. '. SW SK',. 19th avr p esieert BETH DAVID. 262? SW 3'd avr. Conaarvat.va Rabbi Norman Shapiro Cantor William W. LiDscn -'•:'• %  %  I In i Mi %  Uil Mi lark Slf .1 — • — BF T H EL MK> SW l-th av O'thodtx Rabbi Solomcr •Sch.ff lii>. • %  S.l'ii.... • BETH EMETH. ^22-I.C \W 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabfc '....A ;>' %  • 1 Cintcr Hyman Fi-.e. y > ". 1* 11 .• 'hi World %  I .. -.P.' %  .II BASBI LION KRONISH survival of man 1ETH ISRAEL thodox. hjJUi 4COC Pratrle ve. OrH. LOUII Rottman. n"?nnn? .nat* (20) onto 11.-: T T : •• rx -.pin imon rrnl 1 %  j T .. — Bnpi ]? a^TaVn na*in ^s .ni3izh73ni T %  : a* ft nip tranapn-irop 1, 1..... ftf D-)ii3ni r^H^a 3io .nimns nisnnts 9ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ,vc. Orthodox. R.-.obi T ibor Stern. --- r Maunce Mamche*. Fiiiliiy 5:45 p.m. Raturda) B SO a.m. bolicaliy. even if ironically, the Soviets claim "that the leading states'.,. i,,. Bt nal HeKlniilna." men of the United States and its Allies are resorting to threats to take '•" "luvah: i*har"n. -. n • Mr. and \ii> Ham v. olo .iz. to arms and to unleash war as a counter-measure to the conclusion ot a —• peace treaty with the German Democratic Republic (that is to say. East BETH KODESH, 11551 Quau Roost dr. Germany) and. Iherefore, they must resume testing nuclear weapons, in addition toother mobilization measures." The Soviets, in the game of deterrence and atomic blackmail are nevertheless quite clear in shattering illusions about World War III being limited and conventional, civilized, rational, a war waged without thermo-nuclear weapons. Why then don't we do something? Isn't it a religious responsibility? Or, are we to flee like haunted creatures from one defensive device to another, each more costly and humiliating than the one before, cowering underground one day, breaking up our cities the next, attempting to surround ourselves with elaborate electronic shields on the third, concerned only to prolong the length of our lives while sacrificing all the values for which it might be wonhwile to live at all? What then can you or I do? We can learn the lesson of the crematoria. We must confront the terror together. We must believe that there is no survival—that there is no safety in shelter—that we can break through the wall between West and East. A technology that can build megaton "doomsday" bombs and send satellites aloft can find a way—must find a way—of reaching the Soviet peoples and say: "We can only destroy each other. You breathe the same polluted air. We must not become radioactive dust and ashes." I pray that in God's Grace, until East and West have agreed to disarm, no one will press the wrong button. I pray that the God of Life will not let you rest until you have raised such a cry, a clamor, a crescendo, that there will yet be the miracle of Isaiah's dream, and this will be a year of "Sholom." TRANSLATION By RABBI SAMUEL FOX The Seminar of the Kibbutzim uas c-iablished by t h e Kibbutz ment 20 years ago. At the beginning, the seminar served luefly the kvutzot and kibbutzim, ... I r flnt pane is prepared m co J operation with the Spiritual Lead I en o{ the Greater Miami Rabbin I cal Assn. Why dees Jewish tradition forbid taking Ihe bread off the table until after the recital of the grace after meals? Various reasons are offered for, this prohibition. Some claim (Rasj hi) that this is done in case a poor man would come in while the peobut in the course of years many, pie were still at the table, and %  tudents even lrom the cities anc" would thus be able to find some j <• untry towns joined the seminar., bread left for him to eat. Others, The Seminar of the Kibbutzim ; claim (Modecai Yaffe—the L-bush) acquired a good name in Israel, that this is done so that we can | its graduates are welcomed by express our thanks to the Almighty 1 f Jne deceased, so that it would RAHBl MAX A. LIPCHITZ Coordinator Ctmiributor: RABBI SOLOMON BCHIFf Gems of Wisdom BETH TORAH. 164tn t. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip(Chitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. l-iiil:i\ '". p.m. first li.ti Hcrvlce, 8:80 p.m. Beimon: "Judaism and Life Whlle-U-Walt." Saturdaj S 13 i m, Bar Mltavah: Robert, son ii Mr, %  i I Mra. Bandvllle Smith; Jeffrey, eon "( vir. nd Mrs. Robe] I lv" In. —— — %  — CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Straasteld. Fii.i.i.. 5:.*>5 p.m. Haturdaj 8:10 a.m. dlncha 6 p.m. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th at.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday ,i.i p.in. v •." pi"erinon: "The hinmal Meaaace "i Cie alion." Sainrilay 9 a.m. • — OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "A Ne \\"..rki fa Born." Saturday H 80 .. i Sermon: "We Besln the Bible." FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald Lerer. Cantor Harry Zaretsky. 1 inlay 6 p.m. and 8:13 p.m. Sermon "j^earnlna from Creation." Baturday ;i a.m. ". p.in Sermon: "Portion of i. vi .-..,,• >:30 p.m. Bar liu\ah: Mitchell, smi of Mr. and Mra. jo* pi U. tabertt. i %  HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th it. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Cross. •• — HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON GREGATION. 5E.5 W. 49th St.. Hialeah. Reform. Rabbi Marius R,-nson. Krlday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Creatlo 1964." ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Raohi Morton Malavckv. Cantor Louis Cohen. I rldnv ".: 4r, p.m. Saturdaj 8:30 a.m. B r MUavah: Aaron, aon of Mr. ami Mrs. Itputifn Fricrtnian. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Raobi David Lenrtiric Cantor Abraham Self. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 18th ave. Traditional. Cantor Fred Bernstein. • OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. SEPHA.RDIC Collins ave. JEWISH CENTER. 645 Cantor S. Nachmias. aD educational 'Pen arms. institutions with Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) SAYINGS OF FATHERS Thrrr are four characters sue : "i by those who attend the of study: he who goes and not practice, secures the regard for going; he uiho practice! out does not go. secures the reward for practicing; he who ?oes .:>icJ practices, is a saml, he • goes nor practices. wicked man. • • Rabbi Ishmael said Be submis%  • e to a superior affable to a supu>ho is a and receive •heerfulness. all men with th for not only having given us enough to eat—but even having afforded us with some to leave over. Some claim thgt this is done because the grace after meals asks for the Almighty to bless "this house" and "this table." A blessing not appear as if no one cared for SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein r*ri p.m. Sermon: "Sabbath or only comes to a place where there presence of another person preaiready is something tangible. Re-! venls t hj s from taking place. Still moving Ihe bread from the table otncrs c | a j m t h a t the presence of leaves nothing on the table to make anol her person who watches the him anymore, and everyone turned i %  rati Cohen, Saturda] a.m. ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish -. *> >-* 9V i n Cnnviaer. PYlday I 16 p.m Bermon: "Are There IHMinctlve Jewiah ValueaT" Saturday [0 IS .. m • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 2^nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. Kriday 8:15 p.m. Bermon by Rabbi Hen .. Wernlck: ''Getting In the Croove." .-.Huiiia> i'i a.m. Sermon: Wei ^i\ Poi i Ion." TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washlnaton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. • TEMPLE iSRxti. '37 NE 19th st. Reform. Rabb : Joseph R. Narat. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. PYlday 8:15 p.m. Services conducted bj Rabbi Morrla W. Graff. Oaeat speaker, Rabbi Chaltn I. Baarog, direetor of adult education of t'ninn >>r American Hebrew CV>ngregatkma, win CMi-s 'I'oMiiic <"ha<> or CnsiniiHoi ii. — TEMPLE JL'DEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. I i,'.i\ 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "Lilfe a an Art." Saturday 10:80 a.m. Bar Mlti ...i, Bruce, > %  ii ol Mr and Mrs. Irving Uoldt :• In TEMPLE MENORAH. fl20 75th at. Corervtive. Rabbi Maver Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Krn.a.. sundown. Saturday !* a.m. Bar Mltavah: Ricky, aon of Mr. and Mi> r> Waxman. Bermon: "Weekly Por%  i TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. ana Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradltiunai. K.iu..i Luaene Labovitz. Cantor S""il Oombcro. Kriday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "TIIH Rellgloua Impllcationa of an Empire n nn Baturd y F i."' %  m, Ba r Mitivah: Irving, son of Mr. and Mra Harold Sehrea; Michael, son of Mr. and Mra l.eatei I'• % %  '.raky. TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. HYIdaj 8:13 p.m. Bermon: "Bohrooch i iaboh. Saturday 11 a m Bar Mltavah Michael, ^i"i of Mr. and Mra Arthur Hlttleman. • TFMPLE TlrERETH JACOB. t61 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. Kriday 7:30 p.m. Sermon: "Drinking: mn LiviiiK Waterw." Cnnsi iration "f ni \% r. ligioua achool itudenta. Saturdaj s .i m Sermon: Weekly Portion of the i,a w." • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ava. Conservative. PYlday 5:45 p.m. Saturda) 8:45 a.m, Bar Mltavah: Dennis, aon of Mr, ami Mis I ..-i i.i ni i jreenstaln. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. Piiilay S:3o p.m. Sermon: "In the Beglnning — God." Oneg Bhabbal host: Siaterh I. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: ••Man Makes, God Createa." YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rahbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 15 p.m Sermon: "Return to Si rmalcy." Saturday I a.m. YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE Ortnofix. Raobi B^erwin 171st at Stauber. BY.: :..: ..:. „.:...::... : l.r.i|i|ll:;l:illll CANDULIGHTING Tim 26 Tishri — 5:48 p-m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chass aaBBBlSBSBja



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Friday. October 6, 1961 +Jenisti fhrSdUain Page 7-A ^^panng for Temple Emanu-El's efforts in bebclf of State of Israel Bonds at a luncheon in Ihe Shelborne hotel last week, given by Samuel Friedland, chairman r\ the Israel Pond Organization, are from left (clockwise) William :, Joseph Lipton, Friedland, Dr. Irving uman, Dr. Aaron Kahan, director of the Israel Bond Organization, Jack S. Popick. Jmdge Irving Cypen, Joseph Cohen, Leo Eisenslein, Louis Hausman, Joseph Averbook, Samuel Kaoan and Sanre! Polon. At the opposite side of the table (from left) ere Max Bauer, Ju.ius hosensi^in, Harry Sirkin, Jacob Nathan end Charles Yavers. Panel Heard On Refugees WTVJ Latin News Editor Manolo Reyea discussed the impact of Cuban refugees on Miami at a panel discussion sponsored by the American Jewish Committee on Wednesday at the Dupont Plaza hotel. Panelists were Marshall Wise, director pf the Federal government's Cuban Refugee Center; Dr. Reinhold P. Wolff, director of the J University of Miami's Bureau of Business and Economic Research; and W. W. Matthews, associate superintendent for instruction in the Dade county public BChools. Metro Commissioner Harold B. Spaet was moderator, and questions wire asked by Miami Herald reporter Juanita Greene and Reyes, William E. Gladstone was chairman. Conversation Group Meets "Conversations Unlimited" meets on the first and third Fridays of every monlh in Washington federal Savings and Loan Assn.. 1244 Washington ave. Chaim Hose is permanent chairman of the group which promotes discussions of current issues. There are no dues. 'Capsule 1 Lecture Series Begins Rabbi Max Lipschitz. spiritual leader of Beth Torah Congregation, is introducing capsule lectures on Judaism and the Bible to precede all congregational functions Ihis year. The half-hour talks will take place from 7:45 to 8:15 p.m.. belore late Friday services French Leader To Speak Here Maxijnt V'itu, r< i lath e "i Frani • he Carib! ean, will speaker at B< th Torah Cong] firsl meet ing '! Yitu n gram ol medieval French Jewr; i currenl Frani o-Isri li rela ioi ,\ 1 : • .-!. % %  e< ling will %  %  %  i .• Inch will :.;. program, with imported prizes to be awarded. Model of the Zim Line's SS Jerusalem is the obiect of proud attention by Wolf R. Lazarus, Western Hemisphere director of Lines, and Carl Weinkle, Cruise Commodore of the PanAmerican Friends of Israel Good-Will tour. Weinkle was at a reception for members of the Good-Will Tour at a in the Fontainebleau hotel at which Lazarus and the lull of Latin American nations to be visited en the tour were guests of honor. City of Hope Scientist Offers Paper on Sclerosis Research By Special Report SEATTLE— Arteriosclerotic Changes like those causing heart disi ..-c the leading cause of death in ihe U.S. today, have been controlled for the first time by a Chi mica! agent. Dr. Robert D. Solomon, associi't pathologist at the City of Hope National Medical Center, Duarte, reported that the destructive effects of arteriosclerosis on the aorta, or great artery, of young rabbits were reversed "to a significant degree" by giving them vanadyl salts, a form of the chemical vanadium. Many research studies have %  '•nested that blocking cholesterol formation in the body may act against arteriosclerotic disease. Vanadium is a known potent agent for blocking cholesterol formation. In nis paper entitled "Reversibility of Advanced Atheromatous Lesions, Experimentally Produced.' presented here at the joint national meeting of the College of American Pathologists and the American Society of Clinical Pathologists. Dr. Solomon described \ experiments in which artcrioscler! otic changes were produced in rabJ bits. First they were fed large (quantities of cholesterol. Then small amounts of vanadyl salts : were given to the animals daily. Striking restoration of lining i membranes and replacement of muscle and elastic tissue were observed in badly damaged artery walls, the City of Hope researcher i reported. Dr. Solomon emphasized that !th*re is no immediate prospect of clinical application of these findi ings in human disease. Further studies are under way at the City %  o f Hope to investigate the reversal iof arteriosclerosis in other species ol animals and to find other chem s ical agents for blocking cholesterol formation less toxic than vanadyl 1 salts. Cecars Planning Its Fsrst Dinner Firsl dinner to be held in the new Cedars ol Lebam n Hospital has been scheduled for Wednesday. Oct. 25. four days prior to the dedication and opening of the new $4,: 500.000 hospital on Oct. 29. 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