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

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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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iJewislti Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and WE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 34 Number 41
Miami. Florida. Friday. October 13. 1961
Two Sections Price 20*
REPUBLICAN SEN. KEATING MAKES CHARGE
U.S. Officials Sabotage JFK Policy lsrael Attacks
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ASH1NGTON i b Keating, New York Repub-
charged the U.S. Govern-
I with "treating Israel a- i
. | | ousin while wo dote ovei
enemies like they were
hers." He said that U.S.
11,, in the Middle East were
in that America ap-
... the Arabs in the name ol
itralitj regardless of moral
Senator spoke at a dinner
, the centonn al of Temple
Beth Israel. He warned against
the sabotage of President Ken-
nedy's foreign policy by high offi-
cials. He printed out that Chair-
man .1. W. Fulbright. of the Son-
ad- Foreign Relations Committee.
pushed concepts contrary to the
President's views.
"While the President speaks
like Winston Churchill and may
well be prepared to act like
Churchill, many of his key ad
visers soeak like Neville Cham-
berlain and art prepared to en-
courage the President to act like
Chamberlain."
Sen. Keating pointed ant that "a-
: result 1.1 Aral) pri i i" our
.'ate Department doei no! assign
Vmerican: of the IpwisIi faith lo
i iy posts in Arab or Other Moslem
ountries. Fearing to tread on
\rab loes, it has done nothing to
noted freedom of navigation
trough the Suez Canal, it has
Continued on Page 5-A
TO MAD 'NO CONTfST'
Court Fund Campaign
For 'Freedom' Rabbi Halted
SAN FRANCISCO |flii Hitributions to help Rabbi Joseph Gumbiner to meet court costs
arrest as a Freedom Rider in .Mississippi this week called oil the
:. umporarily.
Rabbi .lo-eph Glaser, a mem her
it the committee, said the suspen-
sion was in line with a request by
the Congress of Racial Equality
which asked Kabbi Gumbiner to
plead nolo eontendcre (no contest)
when his case comes up this month.
Kabbi Gumbiner agreed to the re
quest.
CORE made the request be-
cause "of the tremendous, crush-
ing financial burden on CORE
if all defendants appear," Rabbi
Glaser said. He also said that
any money already received by
t h e committee would be held
until "we are sure that Rabbi
Gumbiner will not need the
money."
1WV Protests
Official Citation
By Special Report
WASHINGTON National Com-;
Theodore Brooks, of the I
.' ^ ish War Veterans ol the U.S.A.. I
has Questioned Defense Secretary
l rl S McNamara about honors
I i.\ the l.S. Army at Fort Ben-
nirg. Ga., to the Saudi Arabian
ander ol the Dhahran Air-
and other Saudi Arabian of-
: -. rs ivho enforce Hie barring of
i s military personnel of the Jew-
faith from Dhahran facilities
! % sed by Amenta.
Ics wrote Secretary McNa- donor on request
tnara .bout hospitality and tribute The remainder, he said, wo Id be
ded Col. Mohammed Al-Mut- to make up the $1,000 de
lel director Of the Dhahran Air- Ol the Bay Area r roe, < m RIdei S
held Gen. Tahor Youssef, Of the CommMtee, re.mburs.ng CORE: tor
I ,d. Iranian Judge Advocate the $200 .me that w be levied
ral Section, and other Arabian under the nolo contonderc plea.
Bigotry Cited
UNITED NATIONSfJTAVThe annual report of the directo >f
he United Nations agency for th< Arab refugees came under sharp
comment here Irom Israeli sources as one With strong political
overtones.
RABBI IRVING MIUH
Rabbi Miller
To Head Unit
Rabbi Glaser
when this w a s
committee would
explained that
determined, the
return lo any
his contribution.
t,
The Defense Department was
c:ed "the military representa-
tives of a foreign country which
bars U.S. military personnel of
Jewish faith from the facilities
i.t Dhahran Airfield leased by
the United States.
in a related development, Rabbi
Sidney Akselrad, president of the
Northern California Board ol Rab-
bis, hailed the Interstate Com-
merce Commission ruling to all
interstate bus lines to halt segrega-
tion.
Rabbi Gumbiner. who is current
!v on bail as a result of his arrest
ir. a Jackson, Miss air tormina
railed the ICC ruling "wonderfu1
rh< JWV cited anti-( hnstian as l*"! ...___...____
Continued on Page 16-A
and added "we must keep the pres-
sure on."
NEW YORK(JTA>Rabbi Irv-
ng Miller was elected president ol
he Con erence oi Presidents ol
Major American Jewish Organiza
ions iit the annual meeting of thai
iody. He succeeds Label Katz
who held the post for one year
KatZ is president of B'nai B'rith.
Popularly Know., .is the l'i
dents Conference, the body is
composed of the heads oi 18 na-
tional American Jewish organiza
ions. The Conference was organ
zed si\ years ago as ihe coordin-
ating and deliberative body of
American Jewry concerned with
he full scope of American-Israel
relation.-.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president
of the World Zionist Organization
and president ol the World Jewish
Congress, served as it-- tirst pres-
ident for a period ol lour years,
ile was succeeded by Philip M
Xlutznick. now representative ol
Continued on Psoe 12-A
Dr. John W. Davis, director ol
the UN Relief and Works Agency
for Palestine Refugee-, submitted
his annual report as one of two
documents on which the sixteenth
Gent rai Assemblj will debate the
Arab refugee problem. Ihe other
s a report from the Palestine Con-
ciliation Assembly which is due
by an Oct. 15 deadline.
Dr. Davis contended that the
Arab refugees demanded the
"right" ot choice between repa-
triation to Israel and compensa-
tion. This right, he declared,
was provided in the Assembly
1948 resolution. He said the Arab
host governments had no obliga-
tion for the future of the refu-
gees.
On the ticklish question of known
fraudulent registrations on the
I'NRWA rolls. Dr. Davis admitted
'here were 'inaccuracies." and
added, in a footnote that there was
; "high rate ol unreported deaths
and undectected false registra-
tion."
He asked Assembly approval ol
a 1962 UNRWA budget Oi $39,204.-
000 and noted that of all funds re-
ceived by the agency since 1950
a total of $356.776.096more than
S250.000.000 had been given by the
Continued on Page 10-A
Peace Corps
Will By Pass
Biased Nations
WASHINGTON (JTA) Di-
rector Robert Sargent Shriver Jr.,
.il the Peace Corps, made known
hi- week that despite elimination
ot anti-bias provisions from the
Peace Corps Act, the Corps will re-
use to operate in nations that dis-
criminate against American per-
sonnel on a basis of race or reli-
gion.
In a letter lo Rep. Leonard Faib-
stein. New York Democrat. Mr.
Shriver clarified the Peace Corps'
! policy toward discrimination Mr.
! shriver said The House-Senate
conference committee did delete
;an antidiscrimination clause from
the Peace Corps legislation."
But he stressed that "Hih act
[will not change the Peace Corps
policy ol selecting volunteers with-
j out regard to race or creed. Neither
does it change the Peace Corps
policy of not going into any coun-
try which might discriminate
against Peace Corps Volunteers be-
cause of race or creed."
Gains for Victims Sought in Claims Bill
WASHINGTON iJTA) Sen.
Kenneth B. Keating. New York Re-
publican, claimed this week that
B war claims bill (S.2618) reported
OUt by the Senate Judiciary Com-
mittee "creates a category ol sec*
ond-class citizens, and omits any
i i(Vision for settlement of heirless
property awards for relief of vic-
tim- oi Nazi persecution "
Sen. Keating announced that
"hen fhe bill is considered when
Congress reconvenes in January,
he would olfer amendments to au-
thorize the payment of claims
against West Germany out of vest-
ed Nazi assets, permit the sale of
vested Nazi assets in litigation,
permit a lump settlement of heir
less property claims to benefit
Jewish victims of Nazism, include
American claimants against Hun-
gary as eligible claimants, and
broaden eligibility provisions to
include those who are American
citizens on the date ol enactment
oi the bill.
The Senator noted that victims
of Naiis with legitimate claims
were aging and dying and settle-
ment was urgent if justice was
to be done. He pointed out that
the assets were available with-
out any costs to the American
taxpayer.
Ex-Nazi industrialists are seek-
ing return ol the vested assets.
Sen. Keating said "the bill disre-
gards every consideration of fair-
ness and compassion" and omits
any provision lor payment of
claims.
Sen. Keating said he may be
supported by other Senators and
reported that the Administration
backed some of the amendments
he inicnds to seek.
Golda Meir Offers Arab States
New Non Aggression Pact
UNITED NATIONS(JTA i-A non-aggression pact was offered
his week to t!.( Arab countries Iy Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign
Minister, addressing the Cn'tod Nation- General Assembly. She also
proposed that the UN start the job of attaining general and complete
disarmament by using the Middle East "as a pilot project for the
solution of the overall problem." ul .,, **
The Israel Fore'gn Minister also
offered regional cooperation"
with lh< neighboring Arab coun-
tries in development programs,
particularly with regard to water
resources. Sho addressed the t'N
Assembly not only on Israel-Arab
issues but also on various other
major problems lacing the current
session Ol the General Assembly.
Mrs. Meir's 90-minute speech
was loudly applauded by many
delegations, including a number
of representatives of the new
African and Asian nations. It
was an address which was seen
as observing Mrs. Meir's own
plea for the avoidance of "beli-
cose" propaganda and threaten-
ing verbal attacks against any
and all nations.
Above all, Mrs. Meir plea, "?2*iSZtSfLS
with the General Assembly to re establish and reaffirm Continued on Page 7-A
MRS. GOLDA MtIR
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the U years h
Temple aa its presi-
roseph M. Liptr-n. who
and to office last
May. Friedlan .- now >er\;ng as
rman t "he congregation's
board
"Mr. Friedland's interests in
causes affecting the welfare of
his fellowmen is universally
known," Upton continued, "and,
today, he is recognized as one of
America's outstanding Jewish
leaders.
"We are especially prcud of his
rd of leadership at Temple
Emanu-EI and we all want to be-
this jusl hoi r upon him."
In discussing Fnedland's role in
the- synagogue, Dr. Lehrman.
er Of Temple Emanu-
.-.id that "Mr. Fnedland's high
tandard ol od de'
ngregatioi
a- ar. exam;
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October 13. 19S1
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Page 3 A
hurman Accepts
Chairmanship
;, civic and
I ader pted Hi*-1
i .ip or .1 "f Leba-
education Jinner to be
t I Jonday, Nov. 27.
lars of Lebanon, a $4.50O.o Ijedical center, will be dedicated
[ad opened on Get 29.
Thurman, a resident of Coral
ibles, is vice president of the
ireater Miami Jewish Federation.
ij, 196041 co-chairman of the
ombined Jewivh Appeal, is an
rarj vice president of the Bu-
Ui\i of Jewish Education, and is
president "f Temple Israel of
greater Miami.
-;.. i- secretary of Cedars oJ Leb-
Hospital, a member of the
xecutiv< committee of the liar-
Vl:-I Clul of Mianu. vice chairman
the Large City Budgeting Con-
, : ,| ;>ivMdent ot
" !',!L Brothers \ssn., Boston.
een president of several j"" u".
Its and i> currently as-
ith a- nent com-
financial counseling.
i, his
JTA Roundup of Persons and Places
HAIFA-Dr. P.ivul Umsburg, a
11-year-old native of N e w York
City, assumed his new duties a<
acting head of the Tcchnion-Israel
Institute of Technology this week.
A professor of chemistry at the
Technion. Dr. Ginsburg temporari-
ly replaces Gen. Yaacov Don, who
has taken a year's leave of ab-
tice Philip Halperti
been unanimou
Republican. Democral Lib-
eral Parties for another 14-year
term. He serves in the Appel
Division.
*
BUFFALODonald C. Lubwk, of
Buffalo, has been named tax leg-
sence for health reasons. Dr. Gins- islative consultant to the United
burg, recently returned from a States Treasury Department. His
year's stay in the United States, salary is $18,500 a year.
* *
ATLANTA Sam Massell, jr.. DETROIT A Detroit woman
W8S elected president of the Atlan- physician, Clara Raven, one of the
ta Board of Alderman in a runoff first to be admitted into he Army
election. Sol P. Benamy, another in World War II, has been named
Jewish community leader, was the first woman colonel in the
HAROLD THURA1AN
elected without opposition to the
Atlanta City City executive com-
mittee.
daughter. Debbie, live at 3301 Rivi
era dr.
PHILADELPHIADr. Sidney K.
Debbie is a senior in high Wolfson, of Philadelphia, an as-
Another I ighl r, Jane, sistant instructor in surgery in the
and her husband Ai Sharon, of
Syracuse, N.Y., have two children,
wif'i Melanie, and Michael and Job
(Leaders Named to Top Positions
Some 83 Coral Gables, South Mi- ships were Coral Gables Mayor
ami and West Miami men have Robert Searle. South Miami Mayor
been named associate chairmen ; Paul Tevis. West Miami Mayor Ed-
for the Cedars ->f Lebanon benefit, mund Cooper, Judge Jack Falk.
d nner slated Nov. 29. State Attorney Richard E. Gerstein
' Edward A. Holly. Fred B. Hartnett,
Judge Sam Silver, chairman of Artnur Litt Bernie Serkin. Murray
the dinner, said that Rep James g H Botwick.
Roosevelt (D.-Calif.) will be guest;0
speaker at the dinner. Silver said Andrew Geller, Andrew Novak.
Herman Feldman, Anthony Abra-
ham. Sidney Alterman. Herbert
Blate. Harold Abbott, Aaron Bark-
en, Elliot Blumenthal, Marvin
Cone, Joe Barchan, James Cerni-
glia. Seymour Friend. Frank Ga-
Army Medical Corps
Col Raven, a pathologist, is chief
of the Laboratory Service >1 the
323rd General Hospital, B Detroit
Army Reserve Unit. Currently a
Wayne County deputy medical ex-(
aminer, she receive i the promo-
tion during a training mission in
Texas.
* *
PARIS Shimon Peres, Israel's
Deputy Defense Minister, comple-
ted consulations and negotiations
techniques in delicate heart opera- wlth trench defense and army oi-
tions. ficials this week, and said he was
! "most satisfied" with results of
BOSTONDr. Robert B. Berg tne talks
has been named pediatncian-in-
chief at Beth Israel Hospital of The Israel, defense official who
was accompanied in his talks by
Iser Penn, head of the Israel Pur-
chasing Mission in Europe, also
ni !-':(. nch Cab;:. a id
such op] osition leaders Mol-
lei and Bourges Man iury.
*
LOS ANGELES Irving Hill,
president ot the Jewish Federarion
Council of Greater Los Angela:,,
was appointed this week by Brown as a judge on the State Su-
perior Court. Judge Hill has bean
active for years in Jewish c im-
munity affairs here. He is a mem-
ber of the Jewish Community Re-
lations Committee, a former pr li
dent and present member of the
Jewish Free Loan Assn., and forn-
erlly chairman of the Federation-
Council allocation committee.
Harrison Department of Surgical
Research at the University of Penn-
sylvania Hospital, has received a
$3,000 grant from the Heart Assn.
to study ways of extending the cur-
rently limited period of deep-freeze
Boston and associate in pediatrics
Harvard Medical School.

BUFFALOSupreme Court Jus-
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toric letters from Bar K
ba and the archa ex-
peditions in Israel which un-
earthed them will begin
week in The Je\ ish Fl trid-
ian. Author is Gen. Yi -
Yadin, renowned profess
the Hebrew Universit]
Jerusalem. Gen. Yadin will
visit Miami Beach Nov. 5
and 6 to bring to the com-
munity the fascinating story
of his scientific investiga-
tions.


the dinner site
next wi'i k.
will be selected
Honorary chairman of the din-
rver is Col. Nathan Rood. Proelo-
mations designating Nov. 29 as
Cedars of Lebanon Day in the
Cables, South Miami and West
Miami area ar* expected.
Renowned Artist
Passes Away, 80
Named to associate chairman-
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His paintings on Hebraic themes,
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DISRESPECT FOR CHURCHES
When Commission was discussing space for a chapel at
new International Airport, Commissioner McLeod said, "I'd
like to amend the motion, that it be put out to bid to see who
runs the church." (The implication was that the best money-
maker would get the chapel.)
NOV. 19S3
CALLS VETERANS "DRUNK STUMBLEBUM5
During Commission discussion of space in courthouse for a
Veterans' Service office, McLeod said, "If you do this, you are
going to have every drunk stumblebum Veteran in the world
in this courthouse."
JUNE 1953
PLEADS FOR GAMBLING CASINOS
"This is purely a money deal. I plead with you all to do
this one thing. Consider it personal or any way you want it.
I ask you all to please pass this ordinance on a first reading
today."
SEPT, 1953
$500,000 PURCHASE FOR HIS BENEFIT
On purchase of Biscayne Arena, a $500,000 white elephant
now on county hands, "I'm all for buying the arena, because
I own the property next to it."
AUG.. 19S8
$29,000 SURVEY, ANOTHER BENEFIT
On why he wanted a $29,000 survey made for a Cause-
way to Elliott Key, "We decided since we own the island,
we want the survey made."
JAN.. 19S3
MORE CONFLICT OF INTEREST
His insurance firm wrote the bid bond on a $2,500,000
airport paving contract. "I'm going to write every bond I
can get my hands on, and ifs nobody's business."
(ALL ABOVE QUOTATIONS TAKEN FROM PUBLIC
RECORDS OR NEWSPAPER STORIES.)
CITIZENS' COMMITTEE FOR GOOD GOV'T.
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UNRWA repofl laet ireek tends to
- zte mat they are sol Provincialism still
'-iq UN s peace el a i lovm oi a time
ei men she d leem rr.o."i willing to com'
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; (JNRWA report .-, which
rporta to tell tl wrorld tbout the m lerab
ab refugee si lattoi : miserable it is
8 j.'f.'.-;. blight itself, at vreU as the di
ted statistfci to it rbry shed light
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. year. .-.- :. repeats the old nos-
n .. harking bat i to illeged Israeli agree
' v/iti, respect rr vo :';r.':-r '."...-.
r- .t l.r'in\ h'sn \ \ clear lime
;. restitution svei \.:-..:<-/\ repatri-
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iders :.' /. ..:. reasons.
' ol re .- other .'
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'..- these refugees? '.'. > other Arab
id dons to offer them i -.-. Precisslv
. swing.
Thus. th< tsse co:. with the UN
iuled to hear, by Oct. 15, a proposed
lution to the rel iges til lotion. Yet no one
hooled in the politics of United Motions
>macy expected any 3uch solution; as has
en laid, solutions can only be achieved in
. atmosphere of declining provincialism.
Foi their pa:*, the Arabs don't even recog-
:. ze the existence of the State of Israel; indeed,
ey repeatedly serve notice that they don't in-
to. Unaei such ircumstances, nego-
Ifauons are hardly possible, v/ith refugees re-
alning as potent a tool of Middle East
cumulation as ever.

WO APPLICATION Of MORAL FORCE
ioI's Foreign Minister Golda Meir, iv.
i j Jdress before the United Nations this
indicated that survival humanity's
id net own government's remains upper-
most in her mind. Thus, she implored the
rab countries to give up their by now prac-
od method of name-calling against Israel in
I one of more fruitful purpose.
To this end. Mrs. Meir offered the Arabs
0 non-aggression part, which met with at least
0 show of approval from the new African
embers.
The Arab reaction is not even doubtful,
it is a certainty. But can the Africans be ex-
_:octed to exercise any degree of intelligent
diplomacy to hasten the resolution of the
A SURPRISE PACKAGE
SYRIA'S KICK
Israel-Arab war of attrition they presumably
condemn? Not if Belgrade is cr, example c:
method of operation. The Afr.cans insist
that their primary purpose is the rapid devel-
snl of their own democracy.
But the achievement of democracy is a
long and difficult process, and it takes more
than ancient slogans, such cs the African re-
;;erat:->:. of their hatred for Western colonialism
znd ..": peri ilism. These are outmoded bogey-
in which the Africans remain bogged
Iowa.
They showed this at Belgrade, while Bit-
ting on their hands as the Soviets unilaterally
med the testing of nuclear weapons in the
mosphere. And il is likely they will show
: ago :. 01 they apply no moral :or;e to t.ne^-
applcase of Golda Meir s speech this week
at the UN.
Hadassah's Anniversary
Hadassah chapters :n Greater Miami and
South Broward this week launched the cele-
bration of the organization's 50th anniversary
Hadassah groups throughout South Florida are
marking the occasion with membership rallies
and other "Golden Jubilee" functions.
Proclamations by the mayors of Greater
Miami's municipalities, newspaper, radio and
television features, and an exciting motorcade
are among the many events during the pas:
few days that have been bringing Hadassah's
anniversary celebration to the community's
attention.
But while an expanding membership re-
mains the primary purpose of these happy
functions, they do not overshadow the more
import lint contributions of Hadassah to the
organization's essential purposes.
The women's Zionist organization has a
notable record of achievement in Israel, start-
ing with its earliest battles to eradicate the un-
healthy living conditions in settlers' Palestine,
from Hadassah's first broadside attack against
the malaria-infested swamps and the trachoma-
ridden native population, to the modern
Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center
opened last June at Kiryat Hadc3sah, this or-
ganization has exercised one of the most valu-
able influences on the Jewish State.
Add to this a host of other contributions
ranging from Youth Aliyah. to Hadassah's
manifold fund-raising and informational en-
deavors here in the United States, and Hadas-
sah emerges as a meaningful force dedicated
to the highest purposes of Israel.
during the week
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sent! the dommanl ipirit isl identificatl in Cuba, ha? taken as
Hence, lectarian reference in this i
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cial L'S. policy here, but the easy H.s identification with it i
lomeuhat tastelessrj of a negative kind of ielf-hatred Even
writer to he Day-Morning Journal didn't have all the fa<
E out cf a 1 oal need And '*.e tr 11
-.1 be that equally official Jewish agencies are today gangii
aiu.r the possibility of meeting that need.
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I SAID BEFORE that reference to the Catholic Church of Cuba
political signiticance: while sectarian reference to the Jews :
i>a does no:. Here precisely lies the reason behind the contra
writer of the letter made between the pluhts suffered by H t'er era
German .Jewry and the Jewish community cf Castro's Cuba
The Nazi machine's brutality was a campaign waged to destr
the Jean entirelj f-1 r nationalities and religions con.
of the campaign as a threat to themselves until it was almosl
ed many silently anplauded 'he Nazi aim in the nan
'Xplicit or implicit anti-Semitism, depending upon how rir
their bigotry. Neither do I need here recall the listless n
h .- a-.-J their political and spiritual leaders voiced
bjection to the unspeakable Hitlerian d
r record.
Nevertheless, it is a!-:o a matter of record that the N.
' the Jews was "rationalized" by the Germanic overlords .n
rms. The almost universal refusal of the work; -
America's included, to cpen their doors to a si;: :
let alone to object to the anti-Semitic slaughter, was
ical: t found tenuous basit in the excu-e that the slat
was an internal German matter, and thus out of the pur\.<
fore;-.-! concern.
At least let it be understood en its own terms: the Catbolii of
Cuba are perhaps Castro's only sectarian political victims toaa;
b) tomorrow, the Jews will have joined them.
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yWHATEVER THE questionable scope of American Jewry's pre
philanthropic effort in behalf of these refugees, the six mi
Jewish dead speak fcr themselves. Indeed, they speak in sharp con-
trast to the fate of Castro's current flock of DP's. Jews included.
For, in our own time, the enemy is palpable even to the bigots among
u>. In our own time, the Castro threat as a political threat is appar-
ent to everyone.
The antagonist, principally, is Communism, which strikes fear in
all hearts as well in those that have yet to learn the meaning of
democracy. The issue, in reality no more political than was
bloodstained dilemma of the sainted six million, is nevertheless
political for everyone to see; the cataracts of prejudice do not here
blind also those who would not see.
Hence the munificent and grandiloquent manner in which refu-
gees from Cuba are today welcomed into the land not pleadingly as
were the Jews who flew Hitler's Germany, many of them turned away
from these shores. I do not in this regard accept the explanation for
the contrast that we have since grown as a nation and a people
that we have learned to be more self-sacrificing, that humanitarian-
ism has become a more practiced form of our expanding experience.
The issue is simply that in being generous to Cuba's displaced
persons, we believe we are fighting Communism (This, incidentally,
also applies in the current East-West Berlin refugee tug-of-war.) But
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Friday. October 13, 1961
"-Jewisti f/rricfiatjn
Page 5-A
Minyonaires Elect Officers
On Sunday morning, Oct. 1, after! The congregation plans to
daily ana evening services, es
lish adult study groups open to
the general public, and encoui ige
the use of the building by Je\. i
organizations as a meeting pl;n
A i-istcrhond group.-it*, flow b>
Thco.iore Bcrman, chairman of organized and membership :~ "
the nominating committee, and Da-1 to all women interested In syoa-
vid Fisher, to committecman, of- gogre work
fered the following slate of ofli----------------------
cers free Concert Tickets
a breakfast hosted by Max Tern-
chin, and served by Mesdames Mor-
ris Schlachter and David Fisher,
the Minyonaires held their first
congregation meeting in their new
building at 3737 Bird rd.
E'nci B'rith Women leaders discuss the organ-
ization's membership drive for 1961-62. Left
lc right are Mrs. David Sherper, coordinating
chairman of the mass initiation Nov. 20 at the
I'eauville hotel; Mrs. Irving Riemer, president,
Kiam Council; Mrs. Samuel Mostel, member-
ship vice president of Council; Judge Milton
Friedman, president, B'nai B'rith District 5; Mi-
ami Mayor Robert King High; Mrs. Max Kern,
membership vice president of Miami Beach
Council; and Mrs. Esther Lerman, piesident,
Miami Beach Council.
President,, Max Temchin; hono-
rary president. David Fisher; Reserved seats for this s; si
first vice president, Irving Wexler; Miami Beach Civic Orchestra <
second vice president. Morris Sch-1 certs in the municipal auditoriu
lachter; treasurer, Leon Cimentjlat the rate of not more than
iinaneial secretary. Fred Haas; per person, may be obtained at I
recording secretary, Arthur auditorium on the day each i
Deutsch; religious chairman. Isi- Sunday conceits takes place, fi I
dore Kessler; gabbi, Philip Rice; 9 a.m. until 12 noon, or until the
sexton, Theodore Berman; house: supply is exhausted. Concert da
chairman. Joseph Wayner; 'mag- arc Oct. 15, Nov. 26. Dec. 17
gid," Le-ter Shapiro; and kiddush 7. Feb. li. Mar. 4, Apr. i
committee. Sam Aiken. May 13.
Ben Gurion Planning
Dec 8 Trip to Africa
TEL AVIV (JTA) Prime proceed to Burma as the guest el
Minister David Ben-Gurion is ex-} Burmese Premier U Nu, the paper
petted to visit Africa later tins, said.
year, according to a report pub-; Nigerian Premier S. L. Ak-
lishcd here in Yed.ot Aharonot, an ^-^ here Monday M.
..Iternoon daily. The report said, anicd by Mrs Akmlola ^
the Premier would probably at-1,^ mmimn # w> government
tend the Tanganyika independence L a weeR.s ylsil Thc viM, ls
celebrations on Dec. 9 and may al- of |he Wesl Nigerian Prcmier's
so visit Upper Volta as a guest oiilour of njne counlries ln lne Mid.
Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, on
behalf of the Israeli Government,
- announced by Kivuoni College
here. The college was organized
to impart adult education to resi-
dents of Tanganyika of all races.
Thc English language books deal
with economics, sociology and
other fields.
THE IEFI... US I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
refugees from Nazi Germany
were simply .lewsneilher more
nor less than thatexcept, para-
doxically, for Hitler, who knew
better.
so, when Ilias shuns sec*
reference to the Castro
And
tarian
tragedy, even as such reft re
is being emphasized in anot
cooperating sectarian agency at
the very same Cuban Rein.
Relief Center, and in newspap
Ihroughout the land, it seei is
that once again Jews are be
shortchanged and this timt I y
their very own.
die East, Europe and the United
States with the objective of seek-
ing assistance tor development
schemes in the fields of agriculture
and industry.
Las.t year a group of Israeli ex-
President Yameogo, who recently
visited Israel.
Efforts also are being made to
arrange a meeting between Mr.
Pen Gurion and Jomo Kenyatta,
the nationalist leader of Kenya.
who was recently released from; perts visited Nigeria and prepared'
a British prison. Unless major in-1 a Diuepnnt lor ine agricultural ue-
(ernal or international develop-'; Velopment ol the country About
l ents interfere, Premier Ben-:4wu \\est Nigerian youth are cx-
Curion might extend this visit and pec(Cd to arrive in Israel next year
lor training in cooperative settle-
ments. Altogether, some 600 Is-
raeli experts are currently work-
i..n ,ii ,ei .Nigeria.
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largest and one of the world's most exciting. For here is a commingling
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3.000 Volunteers
Sign Up for UF
?ver 5.000 volunteers have been
' I lor the United Fund cam
i it has been announced by
i ard F, Swenson, jr.. general
1 gn chairman.
i nson also revealed that 100
ish speaking volunteers had
d up in response to an appeal
0 i lei Ision.
rhe United Fund now has avail-
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Utled In Your Hands." Produced
entirely in Dade county, the iilm
points up thc services of UF agen-
cies and the importance of their
work. It is hoped that everyone in
1 de county will see the film in
the next lew months.
The UF campaign begins Sun
day, Nov. 5. This year's goal is
2 798,822 to support the work of
39 health, welfare and character
building agencies.
U.S. Officials
Sabotage Policy
Continued from Page 1-A
CV( n refused lo come to the aid
ol American businessmen, of any
h ith, placed on the Arab blacklist
use ol trade with Israel."
He held that these conditions
"id not be tolerated. "U there
to be any international hla-'"
Aid to Tar.ianyika
DAR ES SALAAM. Tanganyika
(JTA) Israel has agreed to send
a s.ait of five experts to Tanganyi-
ka to help establish a youth train-
ing tenter based on the kibbutz
system, Rashuli Kawawa, Minis-
ter without Portfolio, announced
.h.s week on his return from an
eight-day visit to Israel.
The Tanganyika Official, who was
a guest of the Israel Government,
said the experts were due at the
end oi October for preliminary
talks. The center, where about
3d African youths will be trained
in cooperative and farming project
methods, will be opened on Tan-
ganyika's independence day, Dec.
9.
The official also reported that
Israel has offered 40 scholarsnips
to Tanganyika trade onion lead-
ers, farm organization officials
and cooperative societies mem-
bers to visit Israel for three
weeks to study aspects of Israeli
cooperatives and farming tech-
niques as well as trade union
methods.
Other Israeli assistance included
12 scholarships tor four months of
stud) starting January, 192 m Is-
rael for leadership training and an
unlimited number of scholarships,
for use starting in 1962. in such
subjects as irrigation, agriculture,
engineering and medicine,. The :.
lire cost ol Ihe scholarships is being
i>- ciny iiitiliiiiuwii.il iijoi ........___
list. I would hope our government covered by the Israel Government,
.1. ,.Mi*.i.,t .-Mrl
the official said.
A gift of 350 books, from
Mrs.
would maintain one against any
country that discriminates agakisl
Americans of any faith. Our pres-
ent practice not only gives away
American dollars with no strings
attached, it actually allows the
beneficiary to impose unAmerican
conditions on the aid we are giving : Age Friendship Club of the Great-
them. Such a policy cannot win er Miami Jewish Community Cen
us any respect. Ncifhcr does itlter last Sunday. Speakers were
serve the cause of peace,'' Sen. attorneys Joe Marcus and Robert.
Keating emphasized. J- Friedman.
Discuss McLeod Amendment
McLcod amendment was dis-
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'o/cfe Offers Arab States Non Aggression Pact
Coni'r.ued from PJ9* 1-A
III to
this Assembly," she
:, >d in rededicatini;
e universal and total
^mentation tha principle of
liatio: then, indeed, it will
c Asssrrrbty."
1! issues, she' asserted, includ-
thcs't dividing the Arab states
I- : i. can be settled by ne-
ation. She expressed Israel's
lines: and willingness to nego
",. witl the Ara > states on every
e at impute batween them. Is-
ief is, she emphasized,
negotiation "is the only al-
Btiv > war."
For i r part, we remain ready
at any time or place, i
discuss the refugee problem in de-
tail later, when it arises before the
Assembly's Special Political Com-
I mittee. Mrs. Me.r declared: "I
I would, however, say this the
I number cf Arabs, who upon the
j prompting of their leaders, left the
I area which is Israel today, is
aliout equal to the number of Jew-
;sh refugees who came to Israel
from Arab countries. We received
who saw in him t>
symbol of their hopes
core and decent worli."
-j-ijnal
'tr a se-
these Jewish refugees as our bro- tentions of their peoples from their
.hers, took care of them and re-1 own unresolved problems."
habilitated them. Had the Arab
countries acted likewisethe Arab
re.ugee problem would no longer
be with us."
Mrs. Meir pleaded with all gov-
tension" in the region. Without
mentioning the break-up of the
United Arab Republic by Syria's
secession, she referred to "recur-
rent crises" in the region, tore i However, she stated, the UN I
apart the image of "Arab unity" j must face now "the problem of I
as a valid picture, and said: "The | filUpg the void." Without jneutioh-j
image of that unity is a somewhat \ ing the Soviet Union and its drive;
toward a "trc'ka" Secretariat
leadership, she stated firmly:
"There should be one Y sec-
retary general." The "trouta" con-
cept is not acceptable to Israel,
she said, since Israel "does not
share the view that the world is
divided into three blocs." Each
nation, she said, must determine
for itself "where it stands in the
affar.s of the world," ani not be
to
battered one, and hostility to Is-
rael is at least in part an attempt
by Arab leaders to divert the at-
Since decolonization of the world
is one of the important issues at
this year's Assembly, which in-
cludes more than 40 new states
that were formerly colonies of
ernments, large and small, to ad-, Western Powers, she referred to labeled by ethers as belong
rab leader and without T- Pr-nc,Ples that tne onl>' i '** ** Pr"ss <>' decoloniza-, one bloc or another.
'. i. Ltl .oi.h. alternative to war is negotiation, lion." expressing hope for "speedy
( .lions, m Oiuer 10 seme
xpressing hope tor "speec
The smaller countries, she said, ; independence" for Angola, assert-
m" should not only exhort the major i ing that Israel's Congo policy is a
powers to negotiate, but "we have
r gtri -<'d. Pending "the wi
loess the Arab governments
a final peace settle-
[nt," I Israeli Foreign Minis-
told the Assembly, "there are
steps at could be taken to re-
as, allay mutual fears
pav< the road to peace."
I'u m steps, she said, include
in Ara Israel non aggression
let. tru parties to which would
Idertake to respect each other's
fritorial integrity and political
Sependence, to refrain from all
kfile SC'.s of a military economic
position calling for "the Congo for
Congolese." and in general stands
for freedom and self-determination
for all peoples.
In this context, she referred also
to another agenda item, which
outlaw all racial and religious dis-
crimination, and recalled Israel's
trial of Gestapo Col. Adolf Eich-
the United Nations to enter "a | mann. That trial, she said, "has
formally binding instrument by \ poignantly reminded us of the
which each government would un-j depth of human degradation and
reservedly pledge itself to impie-1 suffering to which racial hatred
ment certain basic principles." \ can lead."
a duty to practice ourselves what
we say to the larger states." "Let
no one of us," she urged, "preach
the duty of negotiation to others
while, at the same time, refusing
to apply it to conflicts in which he
himself is involved."
She asked all member states of
She made it dear that Israel
would not tolerate the I ion of
Mongi Slim, of Tunisia, the anti-
Israeli who is now pres.dent of the
General Assembly, as the top
executive officer of the United Na-
tions. Avoiding mention A either
Mr. Slim or his country by name,
she stated that, in Israel's view,
the secretary general "should not
be a national of a country involved
in a serious conflict regarding
which the secretary general is
called upon to exercise responsi-
bilities." Mr. Slim's country is a
member of the Arab League.
against Israel." As tj the Arab
population inside Israel she said:
"We challenge any Arab coun-
try to match the progress ir uii-
versal, free, compulsory eo.ra-
tion, health services, ecorwnic
welfare, rare of employment,
standard's cf livirg, status of
women which are enjoyed oy
our Arab citizens who comprise
about 12 percent of our popjia-
tjon."
Mrs. Meir concluded her address
with a renewed plea for negotia-
tion as the sole alternative to war,
declaring:
"Fellow'-delegates: If we are
convinced that the only result of
modern warfare will be the an-
nihilation of mankind, then we
must accept the only decisive les-
son that is left. This great organ-
ization must have the strength (o
fulfill its supreme aim the set-
tlement of conflicts between na-
tions in peace and for peace. For
there is one tear we all share it
I is the awesome fear for the tains
of the earth and of man upon it."
politic, character, to settle all Then, making the offer of an Arab-
listing and future differences by
t ans, and to cease incite-
fenl and inflammatory propa-
knda."
Mrs. Meir to!i the Assembly
"must not mirt'm^xe the dart- I
jers o* Arab belligerence and
|ts imp /.cations not only for Is-
rael be- for the United Nations I
ind wi- d peace." She pointed
to the icjchy Arab refugee prob-
lem hich is the only major I
Vrab-l;-aeli issue on the agenda
[for detfe at the current Assem-
bly session as a dangerous
[situatic-. "The Arab refugees,"
Ishe as:t?ted, "are being kept as
a potcr-ial spearhead for an-
I other a--ack on Israel."
[srael'8 delegation would
ISHEMTON
lllOTEIKONFIRM
BOTH
Israeli non aggression pact as a
start, she came to the issue of
general and complete disarma-
ment which is before this year's
Assembly, and told the delegates:
"We propose that, simultane-
ously with the search for a gen-
eral agreement on disarmament,
we should seek to reach agree-
ment also on disarmament with
mutual inspection and control
for specific zones or situations
' of international tension. Such a
' scheme would serve as a pilot
' project for the solution of the
I overall problem. Israel is pre-
1 pared to elaborate a program to
that end, and we call upon the
Arab states to cooperate with us
in this venture."
As in past years. Mrs. Meir em-
phasized the fact that the Middle
East is more than an Arab area.
I pointing out that the Middle East
! has more non-Arab inhabitants
than Arabs. "Israel enjoys rela
tions of friendship." she pointed
i out. with all Middle Eastern peo
pies "except those belonging to the
i Arab League."
Mrs. Meir reminded the dele-
gates that Israeli-Arab disputes do
not make up "the only source of
Mrs. Meir expressed Israel's
grief at the "human tragedy, the
great loss to the world" in the
untimely death of Secretary Gen-
eral Dag Hammarskjold. "The
impact of this blow," she said,
"has been felt not only by our
organization, but in the hearts
and minds of people everywhere
Violin 'Find1
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raeli Arab youths who refused to 0| the symphony orchestra.
1 halt efforts to cross illegally into
I the Gaza Strip as another regret- Sevitzky discovered the youth
1 table result of the border warfare last summer when the maesTo was
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Friday. October 13. 1961
* Jewish noridHaui
Page 9-A
Dr. lack Kapchan and Mrs. Milton Margulis view display of
humcn relations exhibit which will be central theme of a
TV ch. 2 program on Thursday, Oct. 19, at 8:20 p.m.
'We Humans' Will Be Shown on TV
Three community education for-
ces hove pooled heir talents to
bring to th^ Dade county public
.,:. i nusual television program. On
Thursday, Oct 19, at 8:30 p.m..
TV ch. 2 will present a show based
,i ii a human relations exhibit en-
titltd 'We Etonians."
I); Jack Kapohan, as=ociate pro-
tisxir of psychology and social
science at the University of Miami,
will be narrator for the program.
The project is being coordinaled
in the Greater Miami chapter of
the American Jewish Committee.
The disp'.jy of eight, three-
dimensional panels, draws upon
an'hi cpology, sociology, and bi-
olopy to explode misunderstand-
iro .-bout differences among peo-
p'e. Product: by the Carnegie
Museum for the United Steel
Welters, ths exhibit is on loan
to the local c-io-sr of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee.
I rally. It,has been displayed in
the Irbby of th.? Miami Library.
Main Branch, und is now on exhi-
bit at fte University of Miami Stu-
rtent Lounge. It has been shown
ii major cities throughout the Uni-
ted States and ha- been acclaimed
bj i athollc, Protestant, Jewish and
secular educators.
It has been used ay public
ils universities and museums
I clarify basic matters relative to
intergrdup relations. Museum
pieci are used 'hroughout to Illu-
strate scientific information about
h understanding of race. The
i 2 telecast will be a taped re-
cording of Dr. Kjpchan's closed
Circuit telecast to 2.500 University
of Miami students in the social
science program here.
Mrs. Milton Margulis, AJCommit-
tee coordinator for the project, ar-
i'I"''l *! ch t |. showing of Dr. Kapchan's program.
She has also planned with Joseph
Upton, president of Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Assn., to display
the exhibit in the lobby of the as-
-ociation from Oct. 16 to 26.
On Oct. 26, the exhibit will be
placed in the Miami Beach Audi-
torium for the United Nations
Day celebration at which '.me
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt will
speak.
Next, the display will be seen
in the showcase locaied at the cor-
ner of Washington ave. and Lincoln
Mall, Miami Beach.
The exhibit will have its final
showing at the Diplomat hotel on
Nov. 18 and 19. the site of the
AJComnuttee annual meeting that
weekend. David Fleeman is the
local president of the AJComnut-
tee. Seymour Samet is executive
director.
BB Officers Will
Attend College1 ;
A "College Of Knowledge'* will
be launched lor B'nai B'rith offi-
cers and committee chairmen, it
was announced this week by Na-
thaniel Glickman, vice chairman
ot B'nai B'rith District 5's leader-
ship development committee.
Scheduled tor Oct. 18. trom i to
!(':.',i. p.m., at Congregation Beth]
David, the CoHege ot Knowledge
is sponsored by the Sou'h Florida
Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges, and:
.is classes will feature outstanding
[< aders of Dade county B'nai B'rith i
as faculty membt rs.
Judge Milton A Friedman, ot"
Miami, ia president of District 5,
which Includes Florida and the:
southeastern state- south of Mary-(
land.
Courses and faculty are 'Mem-1
bership Retention," Jud^c Milton i
A. Friedman; "Programs." Jack
Fink, past president. South Florida
Council of B'nai B'rith; "Fund-
Raising and Service Fun,;." Sam
Nieberg. District Service Fund
chairman: "Anti Defamation
League." Na e Perlmutter. Florida
ADL director: "Hillel." Dr. Don
Michelson, University of Miami!
Hillel director. i
"B'nai B'rith Yomn Organiza-i
tion," Mrs. Jane Robinson. Great-
er Miami BBYO director; "Voca-
tional Guidance." Jerome Greene; i
'Membership Acquisition." Jack,
Click, past president, Chicago
B'nai B'rith Council; "Adult Jew-
ish Education." Rabbi Norman
j Shapiro. Congregation Beth Da-,
I vid; "Service Committee for
Armed Forces and Veterans,",
i Charles Seiavltch, district chair
j man of SACF; and "Citizens and
! Civic Affairs." Miami Beach Coun-;
cilman Melvin Richard, district
I chairman of CCA.
Charles Seivaitch is assistant co-
; ordinator of the College of Knowl-
c se
Bank VP is Named
William L. Pallot, chairman of
:he board of the Miami Na'ional
Bank, has announced the appoint-
ment of Harold D. Rutig as vice
president in charge of the bank's
Installment Loan Division. Rutig
attended the American Institute of
Banking at Hoffstra College in
Long Island. N.Y. He comes to
the Miami National Bank from the
Franklin National Bank in Long
Island. N.Y.
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U.S. Naval Headquarters, Wash
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motion to lieutenant commander of
Rabhi Mordecai Podet. spiritual
leader of Temple Judea.
Rabbi Podet was recently ap-
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Friday. October 12,
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Beyond
Power
By MAX IERNER
Israel Charges UNRWA Report Biased
Continued from Page 1-A
L'nitcd States. Neither Russia nor
any of its satellites has contribu-
' ted anything to UNRWA.
An Israeli celegation spokesman
noted several key omissions from
for a negotiated settlement of all
Arab-Israeli problems, including
that of tr.e refugees.
went of
migration to dismember
the Jewish State and its ",*,,..
to the Arab nation," Mr. Shuka-'
this time asked the Ui!ted J?
lofts and the United States *,*
"to leave Israel on its own."
Pointing out that the resolution
also cited resettlement and reha-
bilitation, the spokesman noted
the report. He said there were-'-that it was the refusal-of the "Arab
good possibilities of absorption of governments to negotiate with U-j further help of any kind be
the Arab refugees in Arab coun- rael which had been "the main' to Israel, either by the Western
What he demanded was that
h)
chaos in Berlin when there is a crisis of chaos in the UN itself The spokesman also notea ihat eral Assembly was delivered here
The fact that one man's death has undone so much ,s evidence of the h l*e Je"T? *?"*, D"i ^V^SS^SS^. *'
paradox of Hammarskjold'* labors. He did what he did by personal Hammarskjold had made a report
diplomacy because the world was not yet ready to have him do it bv
integrity, and the p.j
pie to rebuild their national MtJ-
built-in institutional methods. It was his fate to have to work on the
world scene at a time of the breaking and making of nations, when his
task was to help build a new world order with the only implements at
handthe implements of the old world order grown archaic in a nuclear
age.
The new forces in our world were obtrusive enough: New destruc-
tive weapons, new revolutionary nationalisms, a new Soviet imperialism
trying to use them, a bitter political war between the two major power-
clusters of the world. Hammarskjold grasped clearly that a massive
destruction was inevitable unless the world could move beyond the power
principle of the nation state. He saw also that in the transition he would
have to use a UN police force, as he tried to do.
in 1959 stressing the possibilities tor several years, has been the
of -final absorption of the retu- self-anointed anti-Israel spokesman
gees through economic growth of of !he A*ab bloc-
the region." and in which the UN The ShuKairy attack singled out
official had proposed a plan for Britain and the United States as
economic integration of the entire prime supporters of Israel. In hit-
Middle East to help solve the retu- ting at the United States, he in-
gee problem. Dr. Davis made no eluded directly or through sarcasm
mention of the Hammarskjold re- everybody from former President
We shall do everything
power to make peace reign again
in the land of peace. Peace based
on justice is our ultimate goal m
Palestine."
b-
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tr
port.
The strongest Israeli objection
was to Dr. Davis' reference to
"rights" of repatriation as in
the 1948 Assembly resolution.
The spokesman said that the reso-
lution did not in fact give the
refugees such a right. He point-
ed out that the resolution called
Harry S. Truman to President
John F. Kennedy, from Secretary
of State Dean Rusk to Adlai Stev-
enson, chairman of the American
delegation here.
Unlike his attitude in past As-
semblies, when he sought speci-
fic actions against Israel rang-
ing from outlawing of Jewish im-
HE MISCALCULATED on two scores. One was on the bitterness of
Khrushchev's eventual hatred of him. The Russians had welcomed his
choice in the beginning in the belief that he would practice quietism as
well as decorum in his post. It took them a while to find how wrong they | ""
were. When they did they sought to destroy him in the total way that j D!-JSI. DM-! tvJx: T..A.J...
is the only one they know, and their blind vengeance pursued him beyond | **" DraflCn IVJeeTIng I UeSudV
his death to the grave itself. I call it blind because the day may come
when Russian city and plain are part of the common human ruin through
the collapse of the machinery of order which Hammarskjold worked at
contriving.
The other miscalculation was on the savagery and tenacity of na-
tionalism as a force. I think he had taken the measure of revolutionary
nationalism on the left: Witness the way the UN command in the Congo
paralyzed Lumumbas seizure of total power by denying him the air-
fields and radio stations. But he did not count on the equal tenacity of
T-hombe's Katanga nationalism, so that Lumumba's murder and the
later Katanga resistance to Dr. O'Brien's operation of disarming the
Ehsabethville regime made havoc of his otherwise sensible and hardy
Congo plan.
in this sense it was Africa that brought about his deaththe tangled
inscrutable African mind in which the modern world rivalries are super-
imposed upon ancient tribal passions.
Farband. Bialik Branch, will They include Mr. and Mrs SdosbC
have its first meeting of the new Berman. executive director of Is-
season on Tuesday evening at the rael Histradrut commiWee, Mr. and
Farband Center. 842 Washington Mrs. Sam Jackson, vice president
ave. Beryl Morrison wil. preside, of Bialik Branch; Mr. and Mrs.
Program will feature a reception Beryl Morrison, president; and
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I SUPPOSE HE would have had to give up his post anywav at the
end ol his term; death simp'y anticipated what the Russians had "already
doomed. Yet the knowledge that he was expendable did not destroy his
identity. He was one of those men whose sure sense of selfhood enables
them to achieve a certain selflessness.
Some men are selfless out of compassion, guilt or dispair. Hammar-
skjold s selflessness came out of an aristocratic disdain for the art of
^elf-seeking and out of a poetic perspective which he called religion
I went to see Martin Buber in Jerusalem after Hammarskjold had
paid him an admiring visit. I gathered from Buber that the two mm -
had never really touched My own guess would be that Hammarskiolds
dialogue with God would be so full of nuances as to baffle Buber and
perhaps also God. He seemed closer to the mood-thinking of his favorite
trench poet. St. John Perse, than to the sharp Chassidic intensity of the
Jewish theologian.
-*- -- --
THE FINAL FACT about him was his loneliness. If it is true as
.someone has said, that religion is what happens to a man when he is
alone with himself, then Hammarskjold had constant occasion for this
religious self-exploration. Only a lonely man could endure the ordeal
o! standing outside the structure of all political and tribal allegiances
which the head of a trans-national organization must do.
1 suspect that this was his final weakness, too. He was too self-SUffi-
Cient to know how terribly frail most men are in their dependenceI
shall not say on an allegiance, but at least on a certain accepted frame
ot personality. It has taken centuries to create the modern Western
man. The Russians and Chinese have tried, in two brief generations
to create Communist man. and they may yet succeed, despite their
wretched failure in East Germany and Poland. Hammarskjold tried to
bring a new world order into being, cutting across the principle of na-
tional power and allegiance, but he had no gift for bringing a new trans-
national man into being.
It is our failure as well as his. It is a task for a host of men. not
one. it will take generations, and there is so little time.
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JEWISH MORALISTS
Fr..... Harokeach
Pleazar Ben Judah of Wormi
.-,/-.'; fWveV mere empty words,
f into :>"!! ith no man; place
nice on men of mocking lips.
with evil men; cherish
i fixed good opinion of Ay
mi lend thine ear to retnon-
jjni reproof. Be not iccd^l.v
. at demotwtMeionj of honor.
Mot uu.'.-ioti ly for distinction,
!;. iealt>U3 of Others.
:.: 1 Of monev.
H nor Ay parent*; mj^e peace
I'tr I i isl among peo-
them gently into the good
place thy trust in, give Ay
. | i ; u>ho (ear God.
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the i.....' Ay nippori in
/,,. I ,: icdntily to
Aon lio
. iteful even for
breathe, and
.. thou up
Ay p tty and e
hmgs Km
b lew to
tore Ay bro
both of ; me naJ^i i mi.i
o| ye uill
al hut togeAer
iv against the
i. Inch fcullj even
lUelf: .nd ^noic
. .. a : such eni % o\
lents of tnrtuoiu men as (hall
.! ihee Ae beauty /
rnder nol thyself a
rum o/ all the
i re lives (hat destroy
I4t >tir of food of
ill reverence in our
Let Us Think of Maximum
Spiritual Security Today
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must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
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By RABBI TIBOR STERN
-Beth Jacob~eBndreo>tion
In the age of maximum luxury
and surplus of plenty, citizens all
over the country attend courses in
personal survival. Archilechts who
' draw plans for palatial homes with
indoor -wimmine pools, intercom
service and built-in TV, also make
*ovisiops tor iho same tamily to
live underground in an empty ce-
uu'iii sheu, hiding nuclei" tne most
primitive conditions since their an-
cestors the cavemen. Just how
civilization miscalculated its plan
lo preserve mankind was not tested
yet. but it is certain thnt all the
modern concepts of security will
not serve as shelters on the Day
of Aw e
God said to Noah: "Build an
ark and carry into it all species Of
life and vegetation." The building
j of the ark was incidental; the
preservation of life was automatic.
Noah was righteous, and Ins right-
eousnes was his shelter and securi-
ty. Nation-, as well as individuals, must build a shelter for their pro-
tection, a shelter not of steel or concrete, not of monetary security or
a shield of weapons. Man can not hide in his sins or seek cover in his
wrongdoing, nor can nations draw a curtain to shield their naked and !;,' ',',,' '...". r.i'i,'''-
exposed evil. '......*." liar Mltsvah: Kicky, Bun .if Mr I
In our evening prayer, we ask God to cover us with a shelter of peace. 3'ETH KOOESH, ft Qua Roost dr.
[t seems that peace is the only shelter that man can take refuge in. The
shelter of peace is built according to the following specifications. We 3|TeH co>nsertati6veh RabbVViax up*
must have peace with ourselves. We must not be torn apart with .cnitz. cantor Ben zion Kitchen
constant indecision between good and evil. We must have peace with
God; lei u-; stop our rebellion against Him. and let us understand that
religion is our solution and not our problem.
RAizi risofl snuN
. enemies of mankind
GUDATM ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyl* ave
Orti()(n Pabhi la' e"
h'rlilay S:4S p.m Saturdaj s SO a.m.
Sermon: "Tin- Splrii >i r'aithfulnea
i :.n i i ivali . Mis. Herman tatter
ANSHE EMES. S633 SW 19th i> e
Conservative. R. Yi.sko. president.
BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
r alive l-abm Me ma N. ~h,-.pno
Cantor William W. Lioson.
K i.i.i> i Si A Senni
if Valui .' i. i) 'ilniomi wl honi i
Mr. ami Mrs V M lyen Its n
I heir XQth annh -i i:y. Sal in s
a.m. Ill r v. v.* i. lerome, non :
Mi. and M i
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SETH EL. 600 SW 'tb ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Snlomcr rhii
'; i la> "i. |i Satiirtiu ) v.. i m
Sermon "Mo ill'- >..i.-

BETH EMETH. ',?7'.0 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Cantor Hymarx Fine.
I i I. Me: i I \ Blel -
i. .i n i'lvtlti i n r la; v la a.m.
BETH ISRAEL. 4C00 Prairie ave. Or-
tnodox ri.i. i H. louii Rottman
3ETH JACuo. 301 -311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Riobi Tibor Stern
Cantor Maurice Mamchei.
GEMS OF WISDOM
A "'ii piuv walk, oootlt ui nAi-
!'. end '.: icitliiii. a price*
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T fool can
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neither
i .'..: all 'n<
fun nor paupers' clothes u'luch
brin^ !.-; rspeel MAIMONIDI -
* *
: i man h\ his dress;
irmenti but character stresj
(i. ROSENZVt r.I(j
Mum.
Pridaj *:30 p.m. Sermon: "b'top. Look
an I I .Isten." K I J:4S n.in. i I'
Mr:'...iK Steve, on :' Mr. and Mr*
lr\ Ini; fl .ii dws; 11 \ Ilia;, son ol Mr.
Nations or individuals who rebel against God can not be trusted as ""' M A:" 'i1'';^____
peaceful partners on earth. When the Tablets are broken, the "Thou congregation etz chaim. 1544
shall not kill" breaks together with the "1 am the [.ord tnv God" and | 5b"hhamst.-.V,Veid?rth0d0*" Rabt>'
with the 'Keep the Sabbath holy." Peace wih our fellowmen as a per-
fection of peacethese Ingredients of peace will make the shelter of our
survival. If v.e can live without the things we consider essential when
we are in our fall-out shelters, why not think that mavbe all these
luxuries in which we indulge are the enemies of mankind?
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th at.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
l-..:.i> n:.'.'! p.m Ser.non: "Thes lild-
i Noah .iri Columbus." s'atm-
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By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why does Jewish law require a
minimum of two witnesses in
submitting evidence which
would affect the status of a
human being?
nun
Thli page ic prepared in co-
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1 ers o! the Greater Miami Rabbin-
cj! Atin
RA3.HI MAX A. I IPSCHtTZ
ordinator
Contributor:
SOI OMON BCHIFP
L>enu of Wisdom
iiiMMMiiHMiaMaMniieaMn>BHMMaa
great."
his mouth
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nr: (31) nnso trtiitf ^bVi
nxrj )i}27i nx loisn D-j?n
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.Vna 3T33 nnso ,1^
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.rnias nin ,npp-n'3
"ntpa nnm n^wa ^^x
x^ M .inix T*i?a ]Ji ,D*,7
"ima DDir'7 oms7n Vxi
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.uiDp x^i ^un x^?1? nn
T'c B,ind LMrn Trad#
Om nmmer day. Nahum Natan- tainly have more numerical weight day even j service?
1 Jerusalem merchant, was than the evidence of
thro., the alleyways of'(Spec. Leg 4.53-54).
rkel .. the Old City and
OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Pi-Id ) 8:30 p.m. Serrooh: "We Build
rhrough rorah.' Consecration ol new
Hebrew achool ntudents. Saturday
\.M .i :u. b'ermon: "Portion of the
VV .:..
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51tt
pi. Conservative. Raobi Ge.aiu
Lerer. Cantor George Goldberg.
i p in .-: mi .1 The Mod-
ern Tower of Babel." Saturday 9 a.m.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
This tra.iition is based upon a I
verse in the Bible which states:
One witness shall not rise against |
a man for anj iniquity, or for any \
sin, in anj sin that he sinneth; at I
;he mouth ol two witnesses .
shall the matter be established."
(Deuteronomy 19:15 The Sefer
ha-Chinuch explains- this require-
ment by con:endins> that it is possi-
ble for one individual to bear a Eliphaz
grudge against another individual
To the extent that he would bear
false testlmonj against him. Hosv- who are in mourning are not al-
ever Buch a thing is not quite as ways in the mood to speak. Those
possible ni the case of two individ-: who come to pay condolence calls
uals who testify simultaneously, come with the motive of bringing
(Sefer ha-Chinuch No. 526). | comfort and solace. It is thus
a twi i_ nr. ihi> quite proper to allow the mourners
Philo explained this law on_ the f of whether ta
basis oi ^r'um""al.f tZ conversation 01 to remain silent.
volved. When there is only one
witness, if his testimony affects *
t>M man. there is no reason to take
his word against the word of the Why is the evening service on Sat
defendant. If there is more than orday night held at i
time than that of the
MIALEAH REFORM .IcWISH C"N
GREGATION. 555 W. 43th St.. Hia-
leah. Reforn.. Rabbi Marius Ranson.
v *. p mi Sermnti: "Noali an I
i he -""ii lenturj

: ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Moiton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
s. i ni M. "Stan-
| da Is'." Sal r la; 10 a m. Bar Mlu-
van: Paul, boh -f Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Moi kow Its.
"Vftj-r thi< onened loh kneseth Israel. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. B-iobi David Lenrficio
" "Then answered Cantor Abraham Seif.
(Job 2:13; 3:1. 4:1). miami hebrew congregation.
110' SW 12th ave. Traditional. Can-
tor Fred Bernstein.
The reason is self-evident. Those
later
eek-
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronlals
Cantor Oavlo Conviser
I'. |. in s,rMi.,n: "I.....- Ed-
icarl ii Still Have the rUshes) Prl-
oi AiimiiK Jews?" Oneg Shabbat
i,.- s It.ai ili .- i ni\ eralt> National
H i 'ommlttee, Mki ml t;. a'h
and rtraiideln L'nlverslty
M ". i"l .' "I Greater Miami Satur-
day I". IS n.in.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. I68OO NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
B. Wernick.
: la i;i; p m. Bwi v Ice* conducts 1
antui i.-.'.i 1 iiiui.iu i-. Saturday
:u. Sermon: "Ark ..f Salvation."

TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Wasnina-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvina
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
TEMPLE iSrtMw. ^37 NE 19th St.
Rform, Rabb; Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Krliia ^:i". p.m. Sermon: "Thy Qod
Shal be mj Qod," naeletant Rabbi
M< rrls W. Graff.
e
TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rnbbi Moi-decai Podet.
i iii. h:1S p.m. aeinmn: "The I'.r-
i>. i ivn ii Mi urn- iiini Knds
n Juda'em." Candle bleai>lng by Mrs.
I..... i. inner, Saturda) i"::t" a.m

TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
i.iv : n.in Sermon: "The Por-
i.......i the Law." Bur Mltsvkh:
i-'riuik. sin of Cantor and Mrs, Ed-
ward K .in.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. ana
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gombcra.
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TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Raboi Benno
M. Waiiacn.
ij -. p.m, Sermon: "Washing-
ton 'i New Y'i. k""
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TEMPLE TlrERETH JACOB. 51
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Meim.
i .-;. ion Whi re :ir-
ii... Ni ih ol ii I 'entur) '." i
simia. i ii its: Mr. und Mrs. Ames.
-i inluj :i.ml Sermon: "Weekly
i ..I ih.- Law."
one man
the
ii
blind
Besides observing the 24 hours
of Sabbath re:t prd enjoyment, one I
is supposed to add to the period a
Thi ", h, iT 7 3 mw, h Why does Jewish tradition insist measure of time which is called
^iXtSrt Z 'iSn. ^ t .mourners begin the ^sfoth Shabbos" ,an addition to
rented an apartment in a cellar.
a number of neglected blind
children were collected there.
MINYONA'RES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
Krtdaj 5:30 p.m. Saturday t a.m.

OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox Rabbi Ph,neas Weberman
SEPHARD1C JEWISH CENTER. 645 TEMPLE ZION.
Collma ave. Cantor S. Nachmiat.
-
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
t. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
'Ii'aj -1" pin. Sermon "Exploring
i il Thought! S .1 irdaj 9 -i m
i la Mr./.'.....leffrej. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ell Go
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd t.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham
Rei email.
'EMP-E IBTn I. 'c.50 N. Kendall
dr.. S Miami. Rerorm Rabhl Herbert
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Koclnrr
Prl :.i. 15 p.m Metro amendment
lebate \VI am .- r and -i" epli
Marcus: moderator, William Pallot.
3acurd iy 11:1 a m, Bar Mluvah: Jef-
i n of Mi and Mra Harvey
Albel.
44 Zamon a vs.
8:S
conversation during condolence' the Sabbath).
calls and not the visitor.? ( ^ alwavs ^.^ ^ gupgX tQ
Such was the procedure linger on a little be:ore taking ; temple ^beth ^ak sur.ii.nd
The name of the institution be- plained by the Bible in the case of: leave of him. Likewise, with the i stmctiomst. Rabbi Morris skop.
came famous and 31 years ago the Job who received visitors who Sabbath, which we keep a little
institution erected its own fine came to console him. The Bible longer before its leaving. Thus
'milding in Jerusalem. This build- describes it as follows: "So they | the Saturday evening service,
ins contains classrooms, a Braille sat down with him upon the ground i which marks the exit of the Sab
library, a synagogue, work rooms, seven days and seven nights, and bath, is scheduled at a later time
music studios, and play rooms, and none spoke a word unto him. for \ than that cf the daily evening
a garden surrounds it. 'they saw that his grief was very i service.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
hTldaj R:1S p.m. Sermon: "Overcom-
: s Among the Jen ieh
People." Rai illtsvah: Steven, eon of
Mr an I Mr*. r 'Vi'1-
daj in ::.v n s'ermon: "Noah and
i he N"i. \ ... i- n ..
Mis Molly frviirlebman.
TEMPLE ZAMOHm.
Conservative.
Krlilos 5:4S p.m. Saturda; 8:45 a.m.
Bar Mil ivah: Ui i nt, eon ol Mr. and
\; Irving Pliakln. Visiting Rabbi
\ tutchei k.
5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albeit Glantz.
. | i i.i Si rm-.-i "S....k the
Ari, and nol the Tower." Oneg Shab-
Mr nnd Mrs Hyman \^-
t. r for their -"'111 .-. 1111 i v. nr\. Sni-
urda) t :i in- s,'iiu.m: "The Noahs in
..... tl 'ii."
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwv. Conservative. Rahbi Sheldon
Steinmetz.- Cantor Maurice Neu.
hrldii) 8:1! p.m. Sermon: "a Pull
r ii ned." Katurdaj i a.m.

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Ortnor-ix. Kaooi Shervvm atauber.
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+Jen 1st Tkriiiir
Friday, October 13, 1331
Woman's Eye View
MARIANNE ZEITUN
There Were No Bombs to Spare for the Murder Camps
pOR SEVERAL MONTHS row I have been wa
' to write a column about the Eichmann t:
as a matter of fact on sever*] occasions I
started to do so. But always, the sheer, grim hor-
ror of the affair grips me, and I put it aside and turn
to "lighter topics Yet I feel guilty about it. fcr I
suspect it is this kind of escape which must have
contributed to the incredible unpreparedness of the
lews who were eventually annihilated by the Nazis.
What comes to my mind first as the final proof
of the diabolical eunning of Eichmann is the fact
that while he was triumphantly proclaiming, a' f:
i< r side, a Third Reich to last one thousand J
privately he was already being careful aboil
his signature to incriminating documents
to play it sale. So much t ir the great integr I
claimed to have for his principle- when he was
sputtering in his own
However, Eichmann himse I 1 U3 1
concern me anymore Thei
otten whatever his "final solution" i- to be
'/.. -r< is no put ite to a man v 1
Fected his railroa I I with such zeal so
his "efficiency" cost the lives of countless millions
"Even in death you could tell the Eamilie
holding hands." Such v as the sworn testimony '.
ss officer, Lieut. Kurt Gersteln, of the extermin-
ation process that went on at Belsan Concentrati
Camp from which no survivors remained Al
Treblinka. the street which housed the gas chart!
bers where 750.000 Jews were exterminated, was
called Himmel Wet < Paradise Way).
How I would like to ram this testimony down
the throats of the proponents of prejudice, aparthei i.
segregation, from the punks of the Neo-Nazi move-
ment to the respectable citizens of the John Birch
Society, the whole rotten crew
At the beginning of the trial, the Israelis were
somewhat aghast with the "sheeplike" quality with
which so many ef the Jews went to their deaths.
But with the Nazi motto of 'Break the mind; break
the spirit; break the body-' who can presume to
judge.' By the time they were being fed into the
gas ovens, the Nazis had already accomplished their
purpose. How much resistance can a body fed on
potato peels for years show'.' How much spirit?
In Life"s autobiography jf Eichmann. he states
that, at the beginning, the Nazis first thought of
I
Browsing With Books:
By HILARY M1NDLIN
An Endearing
Malamud Book
A NEW LIFE. By Bernard Malamud. 367 pp. N York:
Farrar, Straus and Cudahy. S4.75.
C LEVIN, bearded Engl:-h instructor, "formerly a
** drunkard,'' steps off a train :n the far N >rthv. -
plunges straight into one >t the finest books o:
fiction. Everything that listinguishes the writing I Ber-
nard Malamud the tragicomedy of "The Natu
theme of personal redemption of "The A.-.-i-ta:
delicate balance of the stories in "The Magic Barrel"
arc in high fulfillment in his new novel
Into the small Cascadia State College lopes the young
I.evin. eager to leave his failures far behind him in N
York and to begin again on his quest for the homely
pleasures of life which have somehow eluded h.m. His
wants are simple a little love, some happiness. He is
enchanted with wholesomeness. forests and mounta
he roams the lush countryside, delighted with COWS, the
Herefords which he ha- never seen in the open before;
"they had never seen a I.evin."
But it is apparent that I.evin. groper toward his own
destiny, desperate to be master of his fate, is the kind
of man who succeeds best at failure. It is not for l> i
of insight; he sees far; but this is a man who. reaching
for the lowest heaven, would dislocate his shoulder. Take
his career in college teaching; he jumps in with his chalice
of liberal arts, spilling integrity ever the stupendous
mediocrity of Cascadia College (undoubtedly Oregon St a
where Malamud taught English for twelve years; surely
they will hate him now?), alienating everyone.
Love comes, or rather it chooses himanother man's
wife. "Wherever Levin had been, someone had been be-
fore." Pauline Gilley is married to the department head,
has two children and difficulties; but does she love him
or is she merely neurotic? In the mounting mess. Levin
is bound by his guilt and morality, drowned in his sudden
wealth. His teaching career destroyed, Gilley's wife and
kids at his side, he is last seen driving off in a second-
hand Hudson and whether he is victor, redeemed, or
victim in final fetters, one cannot say.
The language delights; the tone is like Chekhov, or
in its modernness, Nabokov. Perhaps it is sheerly Mala-
mudian, this exquisite blending of irony and sorrow, the
hero seeing himself from one step away, his hobbling
integrity, and Malamud seeing him from two, equal stiles
of laughter and pain. It is a whole book of the most en-
dearing, ludicrous experience, an evocation of man in
search of himself. For Malamud if not for S. Levin
it is a marvelous triumph.
ADOLF HCHMANN
... no punishment tfefMfa
emigra".:u the Jews But when they saw
is how easy it was to murder them and
little resisterce they found, they went ahead wi
their "final solution." Had these Jews not
indoctrinated from birth to expect the worst fr im
the anti-Semites; had they not been indoctr:
to feel that there was a more just world beyonj.
they might have struck out for life right here a |
now.
Nor were the Allies blameless in this ghastlj
affair. Never mind the smarting thought that wher.
Eichmann was trying to bargain 1.000,000 Jew- |
military equipment there was no land ready to take
these hapless victims. It is to their ever! I
shame that when they were begged repeatedly -
i the railroads carrying the doomed Jews ar.;
to bomb the camps themselves, they ignored I
low many thousands of tons of !
\ red over Germany, yet not a bomb .
id to blast these barbaric blights
face f the .arth to kingdom come.
'.-. mai stands on the threshold o:'
. inquer, but the testimony that was i
\ .'aleJ in that sombre Jerusalem courtroom -
gests that the ultimate in bestiahtv and depr
already been reached. Before we cl -
book on history's most monstrous crime. !
fflize that lesson rent ..ted d.000.000 time-
that macticn and tolerance of brutality is the breed-
ing ground of greater brutality.
.
Memo from the Desk of
MAX LERNER
Merest Handful Managed the Coup
Rome
SYRIA'S ANTINASSER military coup means the
^ beginning of the end of pan-Arabism as a polit-
ical force. When I was in Egypt three years ago.
Nasser was riding high on the wave of pan-Arabism
so high that he seemed able to outplay even
fanatic nationalists by a superfanaticism soaked
with anti Westernism, anti-Semitism, and the hop.*
of an Arab imperialism.
The striking fact about the current army coup
i : s>ria is that the merest handful of officers and
men managed the takeover without any Jemons'ra-
t; in of support by the Syrian Arab masses for the
emperor of pan-Arabism at Cairo. This was in
even more notable fact than the dunderhe i led
havior Of the Egyptian officers of the Syrian a
at Aleppo and I.atakia who might have ru
razjr-thin edge of the rebellion if they hud -
bildness or quickness of think j
Between these two facts Nasser's prestige a-.i
power ambitions have had the pfc jezed
:' them. He stands :: -^ ESS a soldier head :f
- ite whose army has been humiliated three I
.......::g: This time they couldn't e'. n begin to
-'ands also as a pan-Arabist leader whose
. movement has colla;;-ed a' ':..- I tet like a
ited balloon, and as the would-be carver of a
empire whose ;ne conque 5; r I 'as slipped
tgh Ins fingers with the same fluid ease with
:h he ence annexed it.
Thus Nasser's folly lies shrunken to its true pro-
ms in the desert dust. The success of 11!
Syrian coup goes far beyond Syria itself and evei
beyond the Arab Middle East area. Its meaning for
whole world is that revolutions are -till possible
for daring men. even against a totalitarian regime,
if they are moved by a passion for freedom; Chinese
Communist leaders could well take note of this.
True, a Communist totalitarian regime has a
crucial asset which Nasser's lacks a trained
political elite organized as a party on a worldwide
scaie which cuts across nationalist lines, which
controls and directs the army in each country.
Moreover, it can always call upon the Soviet armj
to help it in crisis moments, as it did in Hungary
and has just done in East Berlin.
This makes revolts against communism much
more difficult, but they are not impossible.
In a message he will someday regret, President
Tito expressed his bitterness at the "counter-revolu
tionary" rebellion. This is hogwash. Why was the
rebellion of the Syrian colonels against Nasser -
foreign based tyranny any less revolutionary than
the rebellion of the Egyptian colonels (including Na-
sen against Farouk's foreign based tyranny
I wish there were more rejoicing about this
coup among those intellectuals, American and E I-
ropean, Indian and African, who are always
joicing about nationalist revolutions. I also wisl
American government would move to recognise
new regime even at the risk of incurring Nass -
i. which has already led him to break relal
with Jordan and Turkey for the act of recognition
One can guess at the sources of Tito's bittc
He feels lonely in the sole nen-Kremlin social-
Itionalist dictatorship. It is interesting that
nah came back from the Belgrade confer.
his talks with Tito, to tighten the hold o: his
dictatorship on the economy of Ghana and oust
those who don't fit into the rigid pattern of
power Nasser was also going in Tito's dire.
But I don't want to overstress these questions
of economic and political structure. This wa-
an ideological rebellion. It was a nationalist re-
bellion carried through by army officers. It ;s
neither pan-Arabism nor Arab socialism which is
the force in the Middle East today, but Arab na
allsm The new Syrian regime will have to act as
boldly in the economic sphere now. moving tow art
a welfare society with a large measure of freedom,
as it acted in overthrowing Nasser's tyranny.
.. i
OH the Record
By NATHAN ZJPRlri
What are Our Main Goals in Education Today?
AT THIS TIME of the year, when ouri
** children are trekking back to schools]
and chadorim. it is only natural to paustl
anew in pondering over the question]
"Education for What?"
Our national educators tell us that
the purpose of education is to prepare |
the young for living in a changing world
The essence then is not only imparting'
of knowledge but its utilization as an instrument of ad-
justment. This formulation however does not cover the
specifically Jewish educational objective. Here we are
limited to narrower and yet wider specifics. Here
once we abide by the thesis of Jewish hemschech, con-
tinuity the problem is not alone to make education an
instrument of adjustment but of very survival, a lever
against submergence, a tower against the waves.
It is against that objective that Jewish education can
have any meaning. I am reluctant to repeat tarnished
cliches, but it must be apparent that unless we envisage
our educational objective in depth, in terms of b
Jewish values, we will be feeding our children disturbing
palliatives. It is of course gratifying to read about the
mounting Jewish school enrollment, but the answer >
the problem is not in numbers alone.
About People
The head of the Education Department of Mexico
City College is a Jewish woman, Malvina Liebman. o'.
Miami. A unique feature of the school is that all instruc-
tion there is in English, the only English-speaking school
of higher education in Central and South America. Mrs
Liebman retired in September, 1960 as director of Ele
mentary Education for the Dade County School System
the eighth largest in the country. She also gave gradua*-'
courses in education at the University of Miami. Her
husband, Seymour Liebman, is currently doing research
in Mexico with an eye toward writing the first book in
English on the history of the Jews in that country.


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Deputy Cl. rk
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7500 Red Road
South .Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
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NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ndl i -itm (I, desirlnt to 1
xineaa andt r the flctltloua name of
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Southweat 79th Court.
Florida Intenda lo register
: ime with tin Clerk f th<
I pi Dade County, Florida.
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE E-v PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Nc. CC 1C77
FLORENCE C. CORCORAN,
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Is. HEREBY GIVEN that
lined dt sii ing t.. engage In
: he flctll loua names of
K '.'. ANI> si.i lANE UROLuO-
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ROW AND Sl.i'ANE I'lil'l.iHlli-AI.
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Coral Way, Miami. Florida In-
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO 1 < iNALD H BRANI 1
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v. i. DONALD H. BRANDY art here-
bj T...uii... that a Bill ol Complaint
for Divorct baa be/ filed against
you, and .-in an required t.. at I a
copj oi your Anawer Pleading to
the Dili of Complaint on thi plaint-
iff's Attorney, SANFORD M. BWEB.D-
I.IN. Suitt B19 Seybold Building, Mi-
ami, County of Dade, Florida and file
ti,. .. .nawt: oi Pli adlng In
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October, 1961 U you fail to do -
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Dt 'NE AN1 iRDERED at M I
Florida Ulal ..... t f > ptt mbei
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Deputy i
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NOT CE UNDER
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NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN thai
thi : ... dt siring to ngage In
nami of
KNOI SI "ARMS at S231 North".st
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NOTCE 0=" APPLICATION
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File E22
Notici -.!: given that Na-
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lumban i, dau d tht let nay of
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rate in n,y office, and h..- madt
Plication fot tax deed tt laaoe then
in aficoi i Itk Bald I !t
the following described
rty, situated in I>nde County,
Florida, t<- II :
Lots'6 & 7, Block 8, Broaaier'a Sub-
dlvlad n Amended Plal Bi t li i Pa
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE lb HEBJ LtY 11 V I '- I
the tmderalgned, u. tngagt .:
busineei under the fi<::' mi ol
HOST SANDWICH SHOP at r.um-
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NOTCE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 52420
IN H E Estate ol
11 \i.i:y ISAACSON
I ct ast ii.
Cret Iti ra and All Pt raona Hav-
ng i ima or Di manda Agalnat Bald
Estate:
You, a .. ii of you. art hi rt by
notifit required to preaent any
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estatt f HARRY ISAACS" iN dt -
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Horn rable County Judges of
ty, ami file the .-.ii". in
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montha from the late
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the County Court-
Dadt County, Florida within
nilis from tin date "f
nation hereof, or th
sane i be b irred.
ESTELLE SliOMOVITZ
Administratrix nf th*
late of Samuel Teilelbaum
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NOTICE UNDER
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IS HEREBY OIVJW that
.;. desiring to epg^ge in
the fictitious nami ..f
. | NI.'lNt; at 101 N.W.
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Forlv years of unswerving devotion and service j the cor
lity is the inspiration tor a dinner honoring Mr and Mrs Sar
the
W
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"Uewish Flondian
ISABEL GROVE
Of interest here was the marriage on Saturday, Sept 23. of
Hiss Shirley Carol Frummer to Eugene Secunda at the Delmonico
hotel in New York The bride, who graduated magna cum
laudc from the University of Pennsylvania, is the daughter of
uel Frummer, >f Forest Hills, vice president the Lien of
. Shirt Co. Hjr husband's parent.- are the Sh > ". > cundas,
i| Manhattan, his father being the noted composer and conductor,
best known for the popular song "Bei Mir Bis! Du Sheer." .
Young Secunda has a diploma from New York University and
i- now working toward his Masters at Boston L'niversil> .
Meanwhile, he's dong public relations chores for t'.te firthcoming
Broadway show- "The Gay Life" and "Milk and Honey" .
i:ird Tucker. of the Metropolitan Opera Compan) >
:;,,. weddii i- performed by Rabbi M xwell sacks .. .
; e new Mrs. Secunda was a vision in bite satin and lattliy
with a diaphanous tulle veil fastened to a pcuf and
I pearls Wh orchids comnle'H t:'-- 11 ~-
Her sister-in-law, Mrs, Gloria Frumi Ive
matron ol h< i I Randl and Mar ory
rabli niei is, "ohs" and "ahs" as f wer jirls .
, ing the siding party was Shetdot S?cur.da
's besl man, S ion Frummer. brotl y
Alper, cousin il bridegroom, Avery Corman, Fried,
laj Kinsbrunnei and Arthur Weingarten, ushers.
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The Nat (Rebecca) Goldys are !;;' off to New Y k a-.d
Connecticut for a vacation that has bee.-, ielaved fcr i nurr arable
sons all summer Actually, they're g'ad it worked out this
. they both think noth-ng is more beautiful ;' an autumn in
N -w England, with the leaves changing co'.or and 'he a;r ?o criso
! tangy ." However, no extremes for them. they', be baik
before "inter sets In Rebecca is the able and energetic pub-
licitv chairman Tor Temple Menorah Sisterhood .
The Albert (Bess) Chislings and the Irving (Helen) Green-
I his went to N.'w York for the World Series and som pla\s .
Don't know whose side they're on. but. with only five games
plaved. bet they saw more acting than ba-eball .
Back home from a globe-circling tot-r are Morris a^d Helen
L:pp Started in Los Angeles and San Francisco, and then
eontinued to Japan. Italy, Israel and France Morris has a
big advantage over most Americans; he speaks Jiparese .
i died to say "hello" to Marcie Liberman from Hong K.v.a ... It
was 7 a.m. here, and Marcie thought someone was playing l
practical joke Mel the Baron de Hirsh Me-ers in Hong Kcng
ar.d Paris, and spent more time with them there than trey manage
here ... ,
Mrs. Mary Feiner, 1919 Meridian ave conva escing at home
alter a recent Illness which kept her at Mt. Sina! Hospil
few weeks, has her daughter, Sadie (Mrs. Leonard. Wolf, Visiting
with her.
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Busy schedule for Mrs. Anne Grossman since she joined the
staff oi the Israel Bond organization In 'he past week, she
has been guest speaker at a Temple Emanu-El Ssterhood-board
meeting, invited ay Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president D;tto in
the Boom Boon room of the Fontainebleau hotel where th: Bran
deis group of Hadassah board had a meeting conducted by Mrs.
Philip Thau, president Then she was snared by Mrs. Larry
Silverman to address the beard of the Greater Miami Women s
Auxiliary Jewish Home for the Aged in the Algiers hotel And
on Thursday, she was to appear, at Mrs. Henrv WemiCKS behest,
at the Southgate group of Hadassah board meeting ...
There's a happy ending to it all each president will be
hostess at a table made up of members of her organization at the
Israel Bas Mitzvan dinner on Saturday. Oct. 21. at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel Besides, for Anne, being busily oecuoied is the
normal state of affairs: among her many activities **" was or-
ganizer, and served for three years as president of Hadassah
region ... A final report meeting trom all hostesses will be held
on Tuesday at the home of Frances (Mrs. Jack1 Katzman, SU2
Pine Tree dr.. chairman of the Women's Division ol Israel Bond
Organization, which is sponsoring the uftair. and chairman of
I le dinner.
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Miami, Florida, Friday, October 13, 1961
Section 3
)m-
munity is the inspiration for a dinner honoi am-
uel J.'Spector on Tuesday, Oct. "1 The Spectors will be hon-
ored for the outstanding work they have done it: Beth David Con-
gregation, as well as for their many other civic and philanthropic
forties, at a tribute Cedars of Lebanon dinner at the Barce-
lona hotel ... An asset to every organization lucky enough to
interest them. Spector is a'so a trustee of the new Cedars or
Lebanon Hospital Sen. A. S. Mike Mon Oklahoma,
hv.dcr of a B'nai B'r -.h Americanism :i ..- cnotce
for guest speaker, and chairmanship Is i of
S Iney Lefcourt .
The George Kroti mgolds, from the tra'
name. are. api enough, at ': Arav~
Agents' convention hi the French Riviera es Mr. K.
i- a former nati er of the ASTA .
as c assistant ii Gov. Bryant's program for stimulatl more
foreign tours to Flor.
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When the SS Jerusalem, which is making a special Mediter-
ranean cruise, docks in Port Everglades the first time, Mr. and
Mrs. David Konhauzer, of 7927 E. dr., Harbor Island, will be
award They'll be returning from an extended tour of Israel...
Opening of" Jo Weiss' restaura it on South Beach fjr the
umpteenth season brought many of the "Restaurant Set Al
and Ruby Goldman, of Fu Manchus Morris and Ruin l.-rner,
of the famous Famous The Harry Iris) Mufsons, of the Pom-
pei room, to name just one of the dining spots in their Eden Roc
. Others seen there. Ben Gaines and a large party .Nat and
Vic Potamkin William and Rose Sega! with Bernie frank
and his adorable wife. Marion Colby .. .
Another couple "eating out'' Irv and Heiene Adler Back
injury sustained on the tennis court several weeks ag;. seems not
to have interfered with his appetite for steak a! the Place for Steak.
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Planning a colorful ceremony which will be a
highlight cf the Israel Bar Mitzvan dinner are
(from left) Mrs. Jack Katzman, chairman of the
Women's Divisicn of the Israel Bond Organ-
ization, Mrs. Jacob Rifkin, Mrs. Carl Weinkle
and Mrs. Jack S. Popick. The dinner will be
held on Saturday evening. Oct. 21, at the Fon
tainebleau hctei under auspices of the Israel
Bond Women's Division.
Italy's Most Famous Designers to Take
Part in Israel Bas Mitzvah Dinner
MOKt ISSAU BONO SOtlAL tVlNTS FAGl 4-B
In a salute to Israel's fast-grow-
iu 4 fashion and textile industries,
nine of Italy's most famous ae-
Bigners, using Israeli textiles, are
participating in a unique collection
comprising the Italian-Israeli Fash-
ion Festival.
The festival will be a highlight
of the Israel Bas-Mitzvah dinner
to take place Saturday night, Oct
21. at the Fontainebleau hotel un-
der the auspices ot the Women's
Division of the Israel Bond Organi-
zation.
Mrs. Jack Katzman is chairman
of the Women's Division, and will
be dinner chairman. Mrs. Jack S
Popick is Fashion Festival chair-
man.
Commentator for the fashion
.-how will be the noted author, ac-
tress, and lashion expert Miss Ilka
Chase. A special guest speaker will
be Ira Hirschmann, diplomat, finan-
cier, and philanthropist. The show
b being coordinated by Saks Fitth
Avenue under the direction of Mrs.
Irene Gracia.
The Italian participants in the
Italian Israeli Fashion Show are
CapUCCi, Carosa. Fabiani. Fontana,
Galitzme. Gregonana. Mingolini-
Gugenheim, Schuberth and Simon-
et:a. The.-e celebrated designers
have done much to give Italian
fash n the impact that it has to
day, and their names are becoming
as tamous as those of the French
haute couture designers. Each of
them has designed for this show an
original creation made of fabric
designed and processed in Israel,
as well as an original made of Itali-
an fabric.
In a countersalute. two of Israel's
best-known couturiers. Lola Beer
IB I Finy Leitersdori, are contribu-
ting designs made of both domestic
and [ralian fabrics. The collection
also features designs by Maskil,
Israel's famed village crafts indus-
tries, furs by Stefan Braun. of Tel
Aviv, and Aled Knitwear. Includad
for the first time in this 1961 col
lection are couture bathing ensem-
bles fashioned by the houses of
Diva and Gottex, and knitwear hy
Elanit
Shalom Women
Off to Work
of Shalom chapter. B'nal
B'rith, w:li don gowns and mast.;
on Sunday in order to paint the
day room in the tuberculosis ward
of th Veterans Hospital in Coral
es, and hang new curtains
ma le by members of the
chap
This is in addition to the
.-. performed at the rtos-
pital bj the group.
ria .- i ;i\i been don i I
i al merchants. In i arge of
irojeel is Mrs. William Hersh,
veterans chairman.
AJCong. Leader
To be Speaker
V s. Thelma Richman. president
;;' the na'ional women's divl
ii Jewish Congress, will
teaker at ihe home of
Davi. Muskat, 275 No. shore.
dr., Miami Beach, on Monday al
Luncheon is in honor of the hos-
i s who will participate in the
American Jewish Congress Jordan
i Fashion Show to be held
M inday, Nov. 6. at the Carillon ho-
tel.
Just returned from New York. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gewitz
and son Michael Visted with their da [I inner Libby
Cohen, now Mrs. Seymour Fiance, who had herself just returned
from an exciting vacation in England
Edith Zipp, fjs'.iion columnist for The J .ondian. has
b=>en appointed department chairman at Pal-
metto Junior High'. Appointment was made by William Led-
well, principal.
Apres-ski outfit by Princess Galitzine (left) is made of hand-
loomed cotton and tweed by Maskit, and will be among fash-
ions shown here Cct. 21. With easy and fluid lines, Fontana's
hand-loomed Maskit tweed suit (right; features a distin
double-breasted jacket, teardrop skut and c long black over-
blouse.
Zcmora Sisterhood Party
First luncheon and card party of
the n season for Sisterhood of
Temple Zamora will be held on
ton. Chan in,"' if the
ire Mrs. Sam Rozeen and
Mrs Sam Hush.


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Friday, October 13, \%\
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Pioneer Women's Confab in Pittsburgh
Hears Israeli Leaders Address Opener
By Special Report
Israel will advance as a result
your meetings."
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Final plans lor the annual installation lunch- Mrs. Dorothy Krieqer Fink, and Mrs. George
eon of the Federation of Jewish Women's Or- Simon. The luncheon is scheduled for Oct. 27
ganizations are being mapped by left Mrs. Charles Feinberg. Mrs. Larry Friedland,
FJWO Planning Installation Here
PITTSBl'RGH The ITth bien-
nial convention of Pioneer Women. Israel's -Foreign Minister Colda
the Women- Labor Organization Meir, wired the delegate.- praising
of America, o !*-ftr*-wwte- in th*'jWiHiillllH III HMMjHiafcrnaii
Pittsburgh with an tfdress by i<- "' Moetzet Hapoalet. "We jr. ,n
rael Ambassador Avrabam Har- Pnid of your >hare in our work,"
man. who told the egates 8h baid
representing Pioneer Women's Urs, Sidney A. Leff, president af
club- throughout 'he United States p^neer Womt-u in her biennial re-
and Canada that people wr.u-e port to the delegates, said that lur-
freedom is threatened can avert ,ng the pas: two years. Pioneer
attack only by making it quite clear women had contributed more than
to a would-be aggres'-or that jg- $2,000,000 for the program- o: the
gre-sion cannot succeed." Working Women".- Council in is-
Ambas.-ador Harman said that rael- The prtsident also reported
"despite the hostility which has tha; more than ,-00<) member-, of
marked the attitude of our neigh- f'oneer Women had visited l-rael
bor.-. we in Israel have kept our |n a "friendly invasion" during
minds and hearts wide ope:: tor "US Period,
peace." Mrs. Yocheved D. Koperr.ik. jpe.
We are no- anti-Arab." Harman 1-lal *"'> <*> th* Working w .men's
continued. "We recognize the Arab Council, characterized the program
state- as legitimate ac. perma- "f Pioneer Women and ftloetael
nent fact- in the Middle East. As flapoalet as "mother to motaer"
soon as they extend the same recog- m sP'nt-
nition to Israel, the way to peace
wui be open Hadassah Film
The i m
luted Pioneer Women r>n its educa- I O De jnOWIt1
jtional, vocational, and rehabihta- Hadassaha newest film. "Piflj
tion work in Israel during the past Miracle Minute-" will be shown
36 year- through its s.ster orgam- .A g, ^ni v, ,- ,., ^
tation, the Working Women's Coun- liav morniag l0 3 m 0V,T %.JKT
cil Moetzet Hapoalet.i ^n -
Israel Prime Minister David ... .
Ben-Guri n, in i .bled message ;he """ *
to Mrs. C-. national presi- %**' Irov '*
dent of Pioneer Women, said thai -'-"' t -- febrw I
.,: convention : J *"
Jay. said reservations for are centra! n fewish life today." >e"
%y,*~s%y/Mj%%'4 '
Bernard Stevens, lira Gerald P.
Soltz ;ir' Mrs Foseph Shapir
tfrs. Jean C Lehman Hrst presi to the id. sory council Mrs Charles Feinbera hj:rman
d< nt ol th< i- le
Women- Organizations wil serve the luncheon should be mj d expres-i I the hope that "both The television program
as ii when FJWO Danie Ke Mrs Aaron (h the Greater Miami Jewu Jewish America and is sponsor I l \ Great k&iami
b Ids its annual irr, Mrs Sidney Schwartz, i pa Rabbii ea A--::
con Get 27 I :
Slated f-,r are Mrs
Milton Sirkin, pre! lent
man, hot orarj lent Mrs
Meyer Eggnati ce pres lent 1 >r
community teer services;
Mrs. George Simon vice i
for education: Mr- Charles Fein-
berg, vice president for program-
ming; Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink,
vice president tor public affairs;
Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer. corresponding
secretary; and Mrs. Larry Fried
land, recording secretary
AfefV MAR-PARV is made with pure poly-unsaturated
vegetable and corn oils... high in linoleates
'Musical for Officers'
Mrs. Alex Gordon, program
chairman. North Shore chapter,
B'nai B'nth Women, is sponsoring
the choral group which will pre-
sent "Musical for Officers" at the >
next luncheon meeting to be held
t the Lucerne hot*! on Monday at
11 am. Mrs Louis Leach Is i"
charge of reservations. Mrs
Kichard llecht is the presidu
fleer.
TETLEY
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A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
Yes, there's Yom Tov spirit ia
this fine tea.. ."flavor crushed"
lor fullest strength and stimu-
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tire with your fleishigs and
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refreshment...
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in MAR-PARV.
Delicious as it is nutritiousMAR-PARV
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spread and simply wonderful in your
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family starting tomorrow!
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only pure vegetable
oil ingredients
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Volunteer Service To be Expanded
Receiving the City of Miami Proclamation, signed by Mayor
Robert King High, designating October as Hadassah Month,
are (leit to right) Mrs. Norman Chasin, Miami chapter mem-
bership vice president; Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, president; and
Vice Mayor Judge Henry Balaban.
In response to the increased in- j
terest and participation of resi-
dents, the Jewish Home tor the I
Aged and the Greater Miami Sec-
tion, National Council of Jewish
Women, are making plans to ex- '
pand their volunteer service pro-
gram.
On Monday, from 9:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m., its annual training course fflr new
Council volunteers The orienta-
tion session is part of the in-service
training and professional superviv
. ion which volunteers are assured
on the job. The cooperative rela-
Mt. Sinai Unit
Meets Friday
Progress reports from the vari-
ous departments and presentation
i of volunteer service pins to mem-
; bers of the Women's Auxiliary of
Mt. Sinai Hospital will take place
at the board meeting on Friday,
10:30 a.m.. in Wolfson Auditorium.
Plans for the membership cof-
fee to be held later in the month
will be discussed.
Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes. presi-
dent, will meet with the executive,
board at 9:15 a.m.. preceding the
regular board meeting
THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
of the
HEBREW ACADEMY,
HEBREW ACADEMY WOMEN,
and the P. T. A.,
the Faculty Members,
the Student Body,
and the Administrative Staff
extend their heartfelt condolences to
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS,
Beloved Principal of the Hebrew Academy
on the passing of his sainted mother,
ANNA GROSS
on Sunday, October 1, (Tishri 21)
in Far Rockaway, New York.
HOLLAND HONEY CAKE
IS AN OUTSTANDING, DELICIOUS
HEALTH FOOD
MADE W:TH HONEY, MILK AND RY5 FLOUR
ALSO SALT FREE
NO FAT NO SUGAR NO SYRUP USEO
ASK FOR
HOLLAND HONEY CAKE
AT YOUR MARKET
tionship between the Home and
the Council, now in its eighth year,
has become one of the outstanding
volunteer programs in a home for
the aged.
For the past year, volunteer
worker.-, of the NCJ'W have served
residents of Douglas Gardens in a
variety of activities. As group-
worJt leaders. ..volunteers apply :
their skills in such activities as
ceramics, sewing and basketry,
card playing, social and folk danc-
ing, choral groups, leathercratts
and newspaper publishing. Other
volunteers make friendly visits to
the sick and the lonely, while somo
rune.ion as letter writers for the
resident
Council members and others in-
terested in serving in the volunl
service program are welcome to
attend the orientation course Mrs.
Marguerite Siegel is senior citizen
chairman of the program.
Golden Ring Meeting
Officers of Gold*-Rin* 2 held
a meeting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs Harry Spivack. 935-9!h st. Re-
freshments were served, and Rose
Fein and Anna Ruder entertained.
M. B. Cohen was chairman for the
evening.
No. Shore ladies' Auxiliary
Regular meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans.;
North Shore Post, w as held Wednes- j
day evening at Temple Ner Tamid. i
Mesdames Evelyn LeVine and
Carol Graborniek were hostesses.
sunshine fashions
trend setter
in the
south
Shop Burdine's for the South's widest assortments .
best in values newest in fashion and home trends.
Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop the
nicest way to own what you want when you want it.
Shop monday and friday nightt, miami. miami baach 'tit 9
163rd jlraat, ft. laudardaU, watt palm beach 'til 9:30
Bradford Dillman portrays the lusty adventurer of the 12th
centuiv who gave up his sword for a ctoss and became a
saint in "Francis of Assisi." Dolores Hart co-stars in the color
film opening Friday at the Carib, Miami, Miracle, 153rd Street,
and Gc'eway in Ft. Lauderdale.
MANISCHEWITZ believes in momma's "system". Our
Gefilte Fish is also a blend of the finest fresh water fish,
golden, fresh, whole eggs, and carefully selected-seasonings.
Like momma, manischewitz adds individual attention to
the preparation and cooking of every serving.
Result? manischewitz Gefilte Fish has that kaimischc*
flavor you haven't tasted since momma used to spend
half-a-day making hers! home-like
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Bar Mitzvah Dinner Due Nov. 9
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Mr Samuel Graubart Mr ami
Mr Nathan Greenhouse Mn
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Maurice Revitz Mr an Salina, Mr and Mn Bdward i
Bchaeffei Mi and Mn Bam Sctufl
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Mr and Mrs ai Sherman, Mr
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Mr Leonard J Solomon, Mr arxJ
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Three generations of Jewali hojsewfves hare put their
fullest confidence in thU famous salt for purity and qua!;:?.
Its compliance with Dietary Law is absolute. Neither too
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too, for all your seasoning. Today for your holiday coofcinf
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Ordinary salt melts fast, w3ts greens. Kot so wfth Dia-
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Kiscayne Chapter
insicri-crtieii Set
i chj pter of the Ameri-
,;,, Jewish Congress will launch
62 season with a gala in-
:ion social at the Thunder-
bird motel on Saturday evening.
Jack D. Gordon, member of the
Dade County Board of Public In-
struction, will be guest of honor.
Abraham Augenstem will be
. ,;ling officer Program and fes-
livities are under the direction of
Mr: Arthur Teuhner and Mrs.
Eugene Damsker, chapter chair-
man ;.nd co-chairman of program.
Al:hough the American Jewish
L'cxigress program never .stops,"
Mrs. Albert Zuckerman, in-
, ing president. "Saturday's
will swing our chapter -
n and social program into high
. the Beason."
of officers to be installed
nt, .Mr>. Lynne
,., man; honorary president,
Weintraub; vice presi-
Mrs. Abraham Augenstein,
Morris Reckman. Mrs. Fred
1. ,r Mrs. Julian Frank; finan-
,i. secretary and treasurer. Mrs.
i., r.ard Sidersky; corresponding
sccre'.arj Mrs. Sybil Ross; record-
ecretary, Mrs. Joseph Green-
Committee leaders who will also
be honored are Mrs. Dorothy Kauf-
wan Mrs. Sidney Rudnick, Mrs.
! Gilman, Mrs. Arthur Teich-
Eugene Damasker. Mrs
Ha: : Woidowsky, Mrs. Abraham
Goldstein, and Mrs. Jack Sands.
Ul Study Group
Study group oi the United Na-
lions Assn. \\:ii meet Tuesday even-
ing at Washingl< :; Federal Sr.
and Lean Assn. en Washington ave.
Discussed will be UNESCO and
What Position Should the UN Take
in the Berlin Situation?" Mrs. Anna
B. Weiss, ol 6o20 Indian Creek dr..
is in charge oi information.
Hcmds.tus Mark
50th Anniversary
Gulden wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Handshu will
be celebrated Oct. 14 in the Les
Ambassadors room of the Diplomat
hotel.
A reatlirmation ceremony by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple
Emanu-El. will be followed by a
reception and dinner for some 200
guests and relatives.
Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Irvin
I riedland, ot Harrisburg, Pa.. Mr
and Mrs. Max Handshu. of Miami,
and Mr and Mrs. Abram Handshu,
oi Hollywood
Special guests will be Mrs. Fan
r,y Dolid, Mr. and Mrs Ceorge
Friedland, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
I" i land. Mr. and Mrs. Loins
iK,:: Mrs. Anna Kaplan. Mr.
Mrs Samuel Reuben, and Mrs
Ida Stein.
The Handshus were married in
New York City and moved to Hoi-
lywood from Harrisburg. Pa., in
| 1946.
Sephardic Center Party
tti r Sister-
hood heid a card party Wedncs
day al the Center, 645 s a\e.
Hostesses were the Mesdames Sam
.r..sian. Leon liaky Oscar Rosen-
thai, Albert Bonomo, and Morris
Gatagno. President of the Sister
hooa is Mrs. Oscar Roser.thal.
Goodman Group
To Hear Speaker
I. R. Goodman group of Hadas-
sah has a new meeting place.
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan ^ssn Normandy isle Branch
1133 Normandy dr.
Firsi meeting there will be
Wednesday evening. Meeting will
highlight membership, and there
will be an induction cercmonj foi
I ers ho have joined this
year
Gucsl speaker will hi Mrs. San-
ford Jacobson, vice president of
education ior the Miami Beach
chapter, who will speak on her
recent trip to Israel.
They'll Hear
Nutritionist
Meeting ol the Sisterhood of Beth
I rael Congregation will be held
on Tue.-day. 12::>0 p.m Mrs. Alex-
ander MoscOVitZ will preside.
Mrs. Oscar Feurer. nutritionist
oi "The Health Chart." 542 4ist st.,
will be guest speaker. Mrs Frank
Fine, program chairman, will read
"An Open Letter.'* by A. Meloim-d.
Mrs. irwin MakOVSky, cultural
chairman, will give a resume of
current events.
Members celebrating birthdays
during ctober will be honored un-
der i... direction of Mrs. Murray
Bcrkcwitz, hospitality chairman.
Sunihine Chapter Party
r une chapter of B'nai B'rith
Mil hold its third birthday
, and paid-up membership af-
(ail the Americana hotel. Medal-
||cr om, en Tuesday. Oct. 24.
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DOROTHY
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Dorothy Michelson had a v.ondf rful childhood de>ipte the tragic
loss of her mother when -he was onl> f.ve Her father. Arthur Tlisb-
bar.t. president of the Detroit Steel Company, uas an unusual man as
a person, a friend, a philanthropist, and a father. He took the time to
act as both mother and father to Dorothy and her brother, greatly in-
fluencing their lives. She attended Mist Newman s School for Girls,
majoring in languages. The result is r.c longer apparent row She
cant remember whether "si si is French or Italian.
When Domthy moved here ten years ago.
she became involved in the organizations to
winch her new friends belonged, namely Ha-
dassah. ML Sinai Hospital. PTA. and National
Ch:ldrer."> Cardiac Hospital. As fund raising
vice president for Cardiac, she did an out-
standing job for their donor luncheon. Bursting
with new and unusual ideas in the field of
fund-raising, she any Ray (Mrs. Paul) Jay had
a wocd.rful scheme for a Masquerade Ball.
It prt-\ed too big for the Cardiac group, thus
the Deed Club was born, with Dorothy as
founder president, and consisting of only 12
women who hold two money-raising events a
year, both of which are unusual. The Deed
Foster Home in Miami is now a reality and is
maintained by the club.
Dorothy loves to write and to keep scrap
books. She has two, one filled with poems,
the other with editorials and articles that she
Cl pi from newspapers and magazines. She feels that this will make
good reading material for her two children. Scrapper and Corinne.
Incidentally, Corinne doesn": answer to that name. When she was only
a baby, she used to say. Me not Corinne: me Girlie." It has been
Girlie ever since.
First and foremost, Dorotby :s a mother, enjoyine her children
ever, more a> they grow older and can be companions. Just back
from a vacation trip to New York, she is bubbling over with ideas for
the r.ow famous Deed Club Masquerade Ball. She loves clothes, as
anyone can plainly see who meets her. and -he wears them well. Tall.
. attractive and good company, she has'a most unusual habit of
w-dening her big brown eyes when she talk*: it makes everything she
- seem to be the most important thing at that moment and'you
li portaot along with it.
* *
THREE AT A TIME
No one ever has just ',ne party to celebrate a Bar Mitzvah anv
more Phillip, son of Dr. and Mrs. Perit Scheinberg, had three. First.
bis Bar Mitzvah ceremony was in Temple Israel, with a reception
luncheon for 250 guests afterward in Wolfson Auditorium. Everything
wa- in blue and white. Philip, of course, wore the conventional Bar
" zvah navy blue sum ,..- Dolly, chose a black Lily Rubin
i-----Dal Among guests were Dr. and Mrs. Martin Belle. Dr. and Mrs.
Maurice Rich, the Ben Novacks, the .Jacob Shers, the Sam Spectors.
th irris Cobeni and the Julian Weinkli -
ight, the Scheinbergt had ,. family dinner at home for 30.
I ther and his f; Steve Selby, and their
1 '' "" here from Tampa The family had a grand time
ii it cing Stanley and Martha Myers uncle and aunt, had just
home from their month a: Hendersonville the night before, so
thej caught up on all the :.< Th( next noon, then was a brunch
1 Selbys to fortify them for their trip home. The Bar Mitvah
was over.
Part of the family now liv< on the Beach. Tlv elder Scheinbergs,
Mr and Mrs Mendel Schi nberg have moved to 1415 Meridian ave!
From now on. the relative -cor! points of (oral Gables, Ba> Point, and
(be Beach no doubt will be the SUbjed of. many a family gathering.
*
THIS WAS A VACATION?
Marvin and .lane Silvers, with their sons. Ronnie and Jimmy, went
to the '.rand Bahamas for a vacation. It turned out to be the v\orst
t.'< Silvers ever had. On the second day. the four of them went
bicycling. .lanes shoe caught in the wheel of her bicycle, causing her
to fall and to break her leg in three places. They i m media t civ flew
home Jane on a stretcher. The saddest part of all was that they
werenl there 48-hours. so they couldn't bring back any liquor
*
A WAY WITH THE LADIES
At Mickey I.Mrs. David/ Fleeman- house at the membership tea
of Jewish Family and Children's Service, Harold Tannen wondered if
there had been a mistake and if everyone had come to the wrong alfair.
i thought that the audience locked as if they should be at the audition
Of The Lamb Chops." A few of the many were Tema (Mrs. Morris)
15.irk. Helena (Mrs. Kenneth! Trie.-ter. Lee (Mrs. Stephen) (arner
Diane (Mrs. Edwardi Bisenberg, Davids (Mrs. Hapi Levy, Cuna fMrs!
James| Mack. Jackie (Mrs. William Leonie, Garry Lou (Mrs. Benedict)
Silverman, and Natalie (Mrs. Melvvni Prumkes
* *
ANOTHER EXODUS
The SS Atlantic thai sailed from Ft. Lauderdale on Mondav had
many Miamians on board. Doug and Jane Raff were loaded down
with things they were taking to their relatives in Israel, whom they
hadn't seen in 25 years. They will leave the ship in Israel, do some
sightseeing in Spain, and fly home Jeannette Good was looking for-
ward to the glorious cruise with the same enthusiasm that activates
her daughter Myra (Mrs. Aaron; J-arr This is the cruise that Bunny
and Dorothy Israel are on.
* *
ON GETTING STOOD UP
Aaron and Marcie Kanner stood up for Malcolm Friedman, Coral
Gables attorney, when he exchanged nuptial vows last week with Donna
AJdrich. of Denver, Colo. i
Rosenblums Will
Live in Nashville
Brenda Arlene Greenberg and
' Jerome L. Rosenblum were mar-
r;ed on Sunday. Oct. 8. at the Al-
giers hotel. Dr. Irvine Lehrman
officiated, and a reception fol-
lowed the "'clock ceremony.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Greenberg. of 1210 Douglas
rd Coral Gables, the new Mrs.
R r.blum is a graduate of Miami
senior High and attended the Uni-
versity of Florida.
For her wedding, she wore a
princess line gown, ballerina
length, of silk organza and lace,
featuring a scalloped neckline and
sleeves. The bodice was enhanced
with lace extending around the
bell kirt The shoulder-length veil
){ imported -ilk illusion floated
from a lace crown trimmed with
pearls.
Maid of honor was Francine Lee
Hand, and Marlene Greenberg
served as her sister's junior brides-
maid
Be-t man was Sydney Yellin. and
ushers were Perry Moskovitz and
Stanley Magnll.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ike Rosenblum. of Nash-
ville. Tenn. He is an alumni of
We-1 End High School and attend-
ed the University of Alabama. He
is a member of Kappa Nu social
fraternity.
After a honeymoon in San Juan,
Puerto Rico, the newly-weds will
live at 2122 Fairfax, Nashville,
Tenn
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Greater Miami chapter of the
National Women's Comi rtec for
Brandeis Dniven t] will "-north*
establishmert of a Phi Beta Kap.
pa chapter en the Waltha Misi
campus of the universit;
The funct take form
cf an Or.eg Shabbat folk rinj Fri.
day evening sejrv ces a: Tempi*
Beth Sholom.
Sponsoring the Ones. J Ajth
the committee be I ireater
Miami Brandeii I nivers Meg*.
Club, of which Dr. Star, ey Freh-
ling is president.
Principal speaker will be Rabbi
Leon Kronish. spiritual eader of
Beth Sholom. in a di?L sion of
"Does Bdncatioa Still H the
Highest Priority Among -
Mrs. So I cm or. B. Margolii is
president of the local imen'j
committee. *. !".* rman o:
lor the Oneg Shabbat is .\|aX
Stadler.
MRS. ltROMl I. ROSIHBLUM
Miss Pector Weds
Harvey Meltzer
Eileen Pecfor and Harvey Roy
Meltzer were united in marriage
on Thursday, Sept. 28. in Fabbi
Norman N. Shapiro's study. A
family dinner at the Carillon ho-
tel followed the 7 o'clock cere-
mony.
A June graduate of Miami H'gh,
the br.de is the daughter ol Mr
and Mrs. Jack Pit tor. 6920 Sun-
rise p! Cora! Gables. For her
wedding, -he wore an off-white
brocaded, street-length ensemble
with demi-fitted jacket and three
quarter sleeves, Her was attached to a 'iara of feathers
and she carried three white or-
chids on her white confirmation
Bible.
New Auxiliary
Meets Oct. 19
First "get-together" of the new
Miami Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for the Aged will be held at
the .Miami Woman's Club, 1T3T N.
Bay Shore dr.. or. Thursday, Oct.
il9, 12:30 p.m Refreshment will
be served.
Maurice Pearlstein, executive dt.
rector of the Home, will be guest
speaker. Plant for installation of
the new off.ctr trill b- made.
: BIRTHDAZE :
Leah and Alar Korr. ih *< 1-
comed their first child. Kenneth,
on Oct. 2. Proud lather aw-
yer. associated with William Pal-
lot, and son oi Vr. and Mrs Sid-
ney (Annj Kain, who a-e r.jppy
about their first grandchild Si v
mother's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Lou Poller. are way aheac if them
with eight grandchiidre: ei
is president of Uu Miami Sal I
Bank.
Her atten lanl wis her sist r
Mrs. Harold N Schu; ler.
'.''Iu> bri I r i m parents a i
Mr. nn-i M. David Meltzer, 1425
SW 18th st. roth
as besi a
A'i imi High, Mr
Meltzer is stud: in l engim i ii al
the University of Florida in Gaines
ville. wher< ung couple will
live. His Pi Lambda
Phi.
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UP NORTH WITH
FLORIDA'S FINEST
GIFT FRUIT
Do it the easy way-by mail.
Mail your orders to Rich Dale 6roves
for prompt handling.
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and RiOGE COUNTIES ORANGES
("o ipmtily if you want Oiongmt onif
or Grapohuil only)
in 'fruit protector' gift cartons
90 1b. box............$11.95
Full bushel........... 8.50
Vz bushel............ 5.50
12 lb. sampler.... 3.75
Compara quality and pricM. You catil
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includa dtlivcry octpt Add 10% Watt of
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Hear family, goests, cheer for
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with savory tomato sauce and
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hiday. October 13. 1961
+Jewisii Fhridttan
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FROM New York, the undis-
puted fashion center of the
led S.ales. enmes fashion news
for the very young miss. We are
:, that we must never, but
never under estimate the inher-
er.i femininity of "little girls."
From the time they are tiny
toddlers, one can readily sense
their joyous importance in look-
ing [:<">'. We, of course, know
t|.at the thrill of looking pretty,
atlraciive, g'amorous or what-
ever adjective vou prefer, is one
bat is never-ending in women.
r,v of the better known New
j i designers of children's
v ... is Celeste. This season,
tnar.j of their silhouettes show a
n i rked influence o being cut
k< mama's." However, it is
in pi rtanl that the "little girl"
leek should dominate in order to
nvo'ri locking like a '"miniature
ir: ther."
1-1 of the women who spend
.' great deal of time buying lor
these young misses are grand-
it hers. Having spent much of
: : I ves being exposed to fa sh-
ine) are critical of both sil-
houette and tabric. This season.
op over-jumper" of woven
in ccttcn and dacron
th Swiss embroidery edg-
ing the collar and sleeves.
The blouse is of cotton and
i meJ, and has an attached
-1 skirted marquisette petti-
coat.
freedom of movement is the key-
note, with fullness and flare
carrying this through. The ef-
fect may begin high at the shoul-
der from a tiny yoke, or A the
normal waistline, or just below
an overblouse or torso elfect.
This is achieved by stitched or
pressed pleats, tiny gathers or
just a simple, smooth, cone-
shaped cut. Even some of the
sleeves repeat the shape of the
dress. Many dresses and blouses
feature the new. straight, three
quarter-length sleeve.
At least one-third of their col-
lection is devoted to luminous,
imported cotton "ribbon-plaids,"
which often inspire the design of
the dress. Aside from the swing
ing circular skirts, a popular fa-
vorite for the lassies are the
kilt like pleated skirts which play
up the gay, contrasting colors.
/^NE very import aspect of
" children's clothing is the fab-
ric, and the inevitable question.
"Is it wa.-hable?" Little misses
arc still little girls, and as you
all know are "pretty as a pic-
tun" to start, but the occasion
is rare when the dress doesn't
get dirty. Other fabrics in this
new collection include broadcloth,
novelty woven cotton, and tex-
tured blends of cotton and dacron
all washable.
One of the main attractions tor
the '"lollipop" people is a polished
cotton "pop-over" with giant
pockets over a complete dress.
The highly desired fresh-out of
the-bar.dbox look is achieved by-
using white or clear vivid colors
for trim. Cuffs, facings, pipings
and bodice details are the ac-
cents for the crisply tailored
dresses. A generous use of pat
terned Swiss embroidery and
French val 'ace adds a charming
feminine touch.
Keeping the "little miss" in
mind, the most careful attention
lias been given to the selection of
colors, which are never garish.
but livelj and tang) tones, as
well as delicate pastels. The
names are as lively as the colors
popside pink, circus red. mal-
ti >< blue, and a delightful com
bination cl orange and cinnamon.
1 bese little couturier di es>es
by Celeste arc available in many
of our local shops. Celeste also
offers this custom -made look in
sizes eight to fourteen. These
dresses are proportioned differ-
ently
* 1 Judea Ladies Meet Wednesday
Temple .1 u d e Sisterhood's
'Everything's Coming l'p Rosy"
. nesting will be held at Mrs. Sid
I ..anger's home. 4209 Granada
blvd.. Coral Gables, on Wednesday
vening.
New members will be pinned
vith a rose, and a fashion show,
oordinated by Mrs. Jay Bearman.
tfill be featured.
Mrs. Frank Toback. gift shop,
Mrs. Charles Rosenberg, religious
and youth activities, and Mrs.
Joseph Snyder, community serv-
ice, will give brief reports.
Guest of honor will be Temple
Judea's Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Program chairmen are Mrs. Ben
Kazan and Mrs. Jay Bearman.
AliiS SHAftUtf IA.K
Zcck, Mosk
Betrothal Told
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Sharon. i< announced b) Mr
and Mrs. Louis Zack. of 8450 SW
rd ler.
The groom-to-be Is Yale .Mosk. i
He is the sun of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Mosk, 320 8G;h st.. Miami
Beach.
Mi^- Zack is a graduate of Coral
Gables High School Her fiance ;
is a graduate Miami.
The young couple are planning
to exchange nuptial vows in a
l hank&giving wedding,
personalized service at the
blackstone flower shops
where you get more for
ycur money ... un 6-1233
24-hour service excepf rosfi hashono and yom fcippur
Press, Fames
Plan June Rites
A June wedding in 1962 is being
planned by Miss Sharon Press,
daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Press, 11 Sevllla ave.. Coral Gables.
: and Laurence Alan Parnes.
The future bride is a graduate
Hi Miami Senior High, and was!
sweetheart of Hiilei AZA. She is
I now attending the University of Mi-
iami. and is a member of Alpha
S Lambda Delta, scholastic honor so-
i cie'y
Her fiance is also a graduate Of
I Miami Senior Migh, and has a BBA
I from the University of Miami. His
fraternity is Pi Lambda Phi. At
present, he is an accountant with
i Resnek and I.andis, CPA firm.
His parents are Mr. and Mrs.
I David E. Parnes, 4301 University
, dr.. Coral Gables
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Adult Studies launched
To open Beth Torah's Institute
of Adult Stud'es, Rabbi Max A
Lipschiti will offer six lectures on
the Dead Sea Scrolls. The lectures
will be given in the school building
on the first and third Tuesday of
each month. On Tuesday night.
Oct. 17, Rabbi Lipschitz will dis-
cuss the "History and the Story of
the Finding of the Scrolls at Qum-
ran." All lectures begin at 8:30
p.m., to which the entire common
ity is cordially invited
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Study Group
Marks One Year
Mi n's Tali
cur
rently celebrating its completion
of on year i ,:-t.ne.
'Torah. of Tru is the title of
.he program, *hicl Is heard Sun-
'WKAT. Rab
bi H 1.0 '. itman, spiritual
leadei : Beth Israel, is monitor.
1 group attracts professional
and businessmen from throughout
the Greater Miami area, who meet
to st scuss Talmud and
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Colony Hot?l 736 C ial auction 0 ran-
'.' the I onto a 1 hotel ore .'".:.
Philip I The tor), president, and '. '
aan, Irving
Scm Lichtenstein end Edward Weithorn. The
ouc;.on. in the form cf a luncheon, will feature
crt e bric-a-brac, antiques, silver and
jewelry. Mrs. Lichtenstein and Mrs. Gold-
staub ere co-chairmen of the event.
Beth Israel Sisterhood
Sisterhood <'i Beth Israel Con-
gregation is sponsoring a cards
game part} on Tuesday even-
ing, Oct. 24
SccicS Singles
Planning Dance
B ... B'rilh Social Singles is
- a dance Saturdaj evening
at the President Madison hotel.
Th<- n, now in it- -i\:h
year, sponsors a dance and night
club affair, and a party for its
member-, every month.
A limited number of new mem-
bers in the intermediate age group
will be accepted <>n Saturday.
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Want??1 Icr "( Akin
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in his 20's. Con bi '-. town a Mt-
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All privilcoes, ir-\v4ing kit-:- m, TV
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6 p.m. H c 6908
Lady alone, wcu'd like to
Share Her Kcme in SW
section with 2 midctleoged lad ;s or
business couple. Privote roo" 1 both
& all privileges. References e::tongtd
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"Tempo Fashions for Temple Livinq," a fashion show co-
ordinated by Mrs. Richard Herold. left, and Mrs. Norman N.
Shapiro, wife of Beth David's spiritual lrad.-r. Rabbi Norman
N. Shapiro, for Beth David Sisterhood, wul be presented Wed-
nesday at the synagogue's auditorium. 2625 SW 3rd ave., at
12.30 p.rh. Sisterhood members will model their own clothes
denoting, proper attire to'be worn at future Sisterhood events.
Mrs. Mibx Id/cobson, president, will conduct the business
irieeting.prior lo jLhe fashion show which is under the direction
of Mrs. Michael Covin, program vice president.
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"S*"i.
Irs. Nathaniel Levin, president of the Cedars of Lebanon
iHosc>it( i Auxiliary, is presented a Volunteer of Valor Award
Iby Mrs. Samuel T. Shapiro, chairman of the women's devel-
|opnj,-'. fund. The award was for the Auxiliary's effort in re-
IdeerrCrg its pledge of 5100,000 toward building of the new
unit. Prior to the presentation, the group pledged to
Iraise on additional S150.000.
;edars Women Pledge to Raise Extra
!150,000 for Quarter Million Figure
Champagne Party
Slated Oct. 20
Life C.uardians and Cedars God-
mothers and their gi omen
who have pledged contributions ol
from $300 11 5] ward the
building of Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital, will be feted al a champi
>arty at the hospital on Frid
Oct. 20.
Both the Life Guar liai -
lodmothers will bg,4iresented spe
eial gold disc aw ird al the j el
ogether tor their work in b'ehall oi
the new hospital.
The champs w 111 b< a
"toast to th( ; ledii a-
lion and opening ol the three
floors of tin hospital, including its
ultra-modern ma ernity s action, is
scheduled for nine days later, Oct.
29. There will be entertainment
at the champagne party.
A Life Guardian is a woman
who pledges a contribution of $300
payable over a three-year period
to the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
development Fund. Her name is
inscribed in the Book of Healing.
which will stand permanently in
the hospital's main lobby.
Three members of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary have
a "run through" of tcastina the new medical center. The
champagne party is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 20, c* the
Hospital, 1303 NW 14th st. Pouring is Mrs. Bernard Yesr.er,
while Mrs. Morton Halpern and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz hold
their glasses high.
Women's \ utiliary of Cedars of
Lebani Hospital pledged to raise
tin additional $150,000 toward com-
pletion o] the new medical facility
li th'. i -n House tour last Thurs-
Ji;(\ The pledge added to the
mull in pledges already re-
deemed i ill bi tig the Auxiliary's
\o\iA t( a quarter ot a million dol-
ii -
i me group, one of the
i development of
Coral ihapter Luncheon
Coral i apter, American Medical
Denver, will hold its an-
nual membership luncheon for
members and prospective
memben on Wednesday, 12:30 p.m..
ti th< vial Gables Women's club.
1001 I i nee de Leon blvd.
Bikur Cholim Opens Season
Bikui ^ holim Kosher Convales-
cenl Home of Greater Miami will
bold i first regular meeting of
the season on Wednesday. 12:30
p.m., a; the Algiers hotel. Card
part) U follow a short business
meetii
Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood
Temph Adath Yeshurun Sister-
hood w ii meet on Wednesday even-
ing
Members will participate in an
original musical play entitled "Sis-
terhood Not for Me?" Mrs. Nelda
Golden president.
the S4.500.000 Cedars of Lebanon
! Hospital, voted to pledge another
's 150.000 shortly alter their pres-
ident, Mrs. Sylvia Levin, was pre
sented with a Volunteer of Valor
award for the work of the group
in reaching the SI00.000 pledge
mark. Mrs. Levin has been pres-
ident of the Auxiliary since its in
ception three years ago.
Cedars of Lebanon will be ded-
icated and it- first three tloors
opened on (let. 20. The 282-bed '
hospital is being built primarily
through the pledges of individual'
residents of the Greater Miami
community.
At Thursday's Open House tour.
hundreds Ol Miami area women
were shown the facilities of the
six-story hospital. Uniformed hos-
tesses guided the women on the
tour. There were more than 400
i women there.
Former Sen. Claude Pepper.
guesl speaker, told the large
assembly in the still unfinished
Abe Aronovitz Memorial Pavilion
at Cedars that their efforts in be
half of the hospital were also
"great efforts in behalf of the com
iminity."
Also praising the women for
their work for Cedars were Stan-
ley C. Myers, chairman of the hos
pital board, and hospital president
Samuel T. Sapiro.
fMjGUST BROS by..
IS thv B$T
Pop Concert Saturday
Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
tion Sisterhood's June Circle, un-
der the leadership of Mickey Kle-
net. will present a pop concert
Saturday at 8:30 p.m. Folk tunes
and show music will be performed
by professional entertainers.
Beach BB Lodge
Meets Wednesday
Affect of Syria- u:' I i\. it
from the United \rab Ri
the recent elections in Isr I id
the consolidated European 10m-
ic alliances will be diSCUfcSed at
Wednesday night's monthly meet-
big ol the Miami Beach Lodge ot
B'nai B'rith at the Algiers hotel.
Gerald Schwartz, regional direc-
tor of I he American Friends of the
Hebrew University ol Jerusalem,
and chairman Of the lodge's Is-
rael committee, will speak at Lie
session, scheduled lor 8:15 p.m.
Also participating will be Mrs,
I'd- 'h Geiger, women's division dl-
rec or oi the South Florida Divi-
sion oi the American Frien I id
a former Btudent at Hebrew Uni-
versity .
Two color motion picture short
subjects, "Israel" and "Thi High-
est Commandment." will be shown.
Leon Iris directed, wrote and pro-
uced Israel," while Melvyn Doug-
las narrated "The Highest Com-
mandment."
Mrs. Sol Goldstein (left), president, thanks Mrs. Tobias Suss-
man for being sponsor of Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El's
membership luncheon Wednesday noon at the Seville hotel.
Emanu-EI Ladies In Member Fete
Mrs. Tobias Sussman will spon-
sor a membership luncheon for
iisterhood of Temple Fmanu-El on
A'ednesday noon at the Seville
lotel. Some 400 women are ex
lected to attend.
Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president.
A-ill discuss the 1961-62 plans for
UsterhOOd activities. Dr. Irving
Lchrman, spiritual leader of the
congregation, will be guest speak-
er in a discussion of "Know Your
Synagogue."
Highlight of the afternoon will
be a musical revue written and
directed by Trixie Levin and en-
titled "Hey. Look L's Over."
Participating will be Mesdamef
Ben Ball, Jack Popick, Myron Mil
aick, Benjamin Green, Charles
Rosenblatt, Leonard Glickman,
Rocky Pomerance, Milton Feller,
and Paul Poltkin.
Men in the cast will be Charles
Rosenblatt. Reuben Levin. Jimmy
Rosenstrauch. Leo Rokeach. and
Albert Kaplus.
Musical accompaniment will be
by Mrs. Millie Dra'-zer. with narra-
tion by Mrs. Alexander Kogan.
Mrs. Harry Levitt, president of the
Florida Branch of the United Syna-
gogue of America, will give the
Closing prayer. Mrs. Goldstein will
receive her Presidents Pin of the
National Women's League in a
presentation ceremony by Mrs.
Levitt.
Mrs. Herbert Shapiro is mem-
bership chairman of the day.
Beach Community Singers
Miami Beach Community Sing
era are offering free classes in
music, sight-reading, and choral
singing to those who Join the group.
Classes will be held Thursday eve
Dings at the Miami Beach Com-
munity Center. Ben Yomen is di-
rector and conductor.
Aliyah Group Meeting
Aliyah group of Hadassah recent-
ly formed al the Morton Timers,
meet on Monday. 1:30 p.m.. in the
card room of the bulletins. Slate
of officers will be presented, and
plans for activities discussed. Wom-
en residing in the building are in-
vited.
MORE PEOPLE USE
refreshing, calorie-frea
/hV
Norfh Dade Chapter Coffee
North Dade chapter of B'nai
B'rith will have a "let's get ac-
quainted" coffee on Tuesday even-
ing at the home of Mrs. Robert
Brown, 820 NE 180th St., No. Mi-
ami Beach. Mrs Arthur Horwitz
is in charge of reservations.
SigflS*

sweetener
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At grocers everywhere
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William Lech!n-r
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lor merly of Ei ie
Pa urill celebrate bii Bar Miti
v;.ti at Temple Emanu-EI on Sat-
urday morning Oci 14 br In
Lehrman will officiate
i ri<- H;>r kfitzvah i-. a rtudenl ut
lutilu Junior High and belongs
to ih<- Science Club there H* is
a proficient swimmer and diver,
and rai runrurup in th- recent
j.iiior -olf championship tourna-
metri held at Beyahora Country
Club
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Paul
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expert

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K*reri Adler
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14 at Tem| Ei
Kan
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libran -v a'] She
mfirma-
tion cla in the 1
eception :n hei honor will be
betd d'. her hoi i S inday
rioon Here lor thi ion is her
.'mother Mi Samuel Shiren-
of '.''-.. York

Larry Stein
Uiir Mi'zvah of Larry Herman.
ton of Mr and Hn .Jack Stein.
VJ2I \ f'ro-pect dr., wu ob-ervtd
Saturday morning Od 7, at Beth
David, with Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
piro officiating,
Larry i, an eiuhfh grade student
a' Shenandoah Junior High, and at-
tendi Beth David's religious school.

Brent Plitkin
Temple Zamora will be the sKe
of 'he Bar Mitzvah of Brent David,
100 Of Mr. and Mr Irving PliakU),
:>4e SW 26th -.t Saturday mornint;.
Bdaard **>/
tb*n Sairtfe
tarry Slei*
trtnt PYnkin
Williera Ucktuer
6s>
"wilt!
Stephen Sorrawt
Jerome Orlim Jtttrty Goldsmith
frmnk Klein
Karen Ulet
:; Rabbi Allen Rutchyfe
Brent u eighth grade student
mce de Leon Junior Higb and
ent m mu;;c
a member of Coocen
ind cantor of the Temple's con-
ini -r of the j
'i'a".',r.
K Idush in honor trill follow
arentd of the Bar
are Mr and Mr- Max
r and Mr. and Mr- Louis Plu-

Jay Yaer
Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Jay Edward.
-',r, of Mr and Mrs. Herman Yag-
er f>.;r. 79th ?er on Saturday morn-
Oci '; al Agudath Isrd'.-i He-
brew Institute.
Jay i- a student at Nautilus Jun-
ior High and attends the lyna
H br< whooL
A reception in his honor will fol-
low at the conclusion of the er
i .'
,
Frank Klein
Frank son of Cantor and Mn
ird Klein, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Oct.
14, a: Temple Menorah. with Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz oificiating.
In his honor, a reception will be
held on Sunday afternoon in the
Temple's new social hall.
The Bar Mitzvah's father is Can-
tor at Temple Menorah.
*
Sherry Deutsch
Friday evening services. Oct. 6.
at Temple Sinai included the Bas
Mitzvah of Sherry, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Gerson Deut-ch. 1431
St., wuh Rabbi D
i ting
An Oneg Shabbat in her honor
: : the eerem
Stephen Burrows
Bar Mitzvah of Stephen, son of
Mr. and Mrs [rvtag E Burrows
will be observed dur;c2 Sat;
mornii Oct. 14. a: Be-.-.
Torah Congregation. Max
h::z will officiate in: pr i i Bible on behalf of the v.
Kahanei S "erhood
phen .- an eighth grade
'font at North Miami Beach Junior
He began hi- early
.:. Newt : Mass., ha
Beth Torah- rt-.igiou>
r three years a ores-
a member of the pre-confir-
-. itiop cl --
A reception in his honor will be
held S evening at ni- home.
*
Jerome Orlin
Jerome, son ot Mr and Mrs Mor-
A4 5W :" :
be Bar Mitzvah 4ui .-
rning services, Oci H j i
i' Sa
[ficiate
The Bar Mitzvah ns|
Ie honor itu r S'ner.i
r?oah Jui e is ti
an ac.
id
iano in the oai
ano rt

tition he! I i Ta.-np
booL
His pan nl I -
ing the cere.-
ner at Beth David on -
Cent. Air-Cond. Ind Coal.'
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$650
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1^00 s.ngle 20 of "05 roOT!
rates available. FREE '
rad.o in every -oom r I
ind mats; tree seit-oa-
hottl: and 15 other '-
CJietary law* and Sabba-.
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Ph. UN 6-6226 UN 6-5278 "ledy-To-G" Cooked Foods
Young Adults Hear Attorney
Daniel Neal Heller Miami Beach
attorney who recently returned
from a special United Jewish Ap
peal study tour of Israel, wa- to
be guesl speaker at a meeting oi
ln- Young Adult Friends of Israel
on Thurnda) evening ;ii the Surf
aide 'town Mall.
Hellei president of the Harvard
I.aw Schopl As n ol Florida, is
a member ol the executive com
mittee ol the national Jewish War
Veteram and ul the National
Speakers Bureau of the United
Jew! ii Appeal
on Sunday th< Yafis will gathei
at Crandon
for a be ich
Park. Parking Lot '.i.
party from 1 to 4 p.m.
POLYNESIAN
RESTAURANT 1
AND GARDENS |
Let's Get back
"LOCAL" Home Rule
for Miami Beach!
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"YES"
AMEND METRO
People's Comm. to Amend Metro
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Lunch and Dlnnf Served Dnlh
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lajor Mahler Work lied von der Erde'
o Open I'M Symphony Season Oct. 22
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Two deeply moving symphonic
jmposiUoni with "earth" and
Be central themes receive
ca| and world premiere perform-
ances next week as the University
amuOn.-huy.rj. A*n feclion Fabian Sevitzky, opens
35th ; oniversary season of con-
Ler| p:, ramming at Miami Beach
M,i Dade County Auditoriums,
Florida's oldest active symphony
Orchestra, founded by the late
Vrnold \ olpe m 19i;5, will inatigu-
jto its tries of nine pair of sub-
scription concert^ Oct. 22 and 23 by
tiling Gustav Mahler's "Das
,ied von der Erie" (The Song ot
Earth), a work to ")e performed
[or the firat time in Miami.
Two outstanding soloists, mezzo-1
Fnpranc Jennie Tourel. and Metro-
politan Opera tenor William Lewis.
ill appear in the Mahler master-
piei, v -iich will ;>pen the even-
ing > activities.
Sevitzky esp*-ially selected the
Mahler work far the season
opener to eomm*Tiorate the 50th
anniversary f th* composer's
death. Writt*.-* kl 1910, the cycle
of six songs far voices and or-
chestra was 9:vn its world pre-
miere in 1911 in Munich, under
the ccnductori-v? of Mahler's
eminent assoc'ir-*, Bruno Walter.
William Grant Still's "The Peace-
ful Land," the world premiere
work listed on the program, is re-
a significant addition to
symphonic literature. Dedicated
to the United Nations and inscribed
he National Federation of Mu-
sic Clubs, the (Hied States Com-
mittee lor the UN, anrl the Aeolian
ic I oundation, the prize-win-
i ns ; e will also be performed
b) Maestro Sevitzky and the Sym-
phony Orchestra in observance ol
l'\ Daj .'i Tuesday, Oct. 24.
Still, noted] American composer
iiciT-arranger, will fly to Mi-
ami from Califorin.) especially for
the performance. He will receive
B S1.500 cash awari from the Aeo-
I in Music Foundation during cere-
monies following toe Oct. 22 per-
formance. ,
legaiTnotice
JfNNfS TOWfl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL L Rct'lT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. arc 1:8:1
''ITV mi-- NEW v. RK i New York
mklns c room I i
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ind >on '- reou're II fll iur ai
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Third and final work scheduled
for the Oct 22 and 23 season pre-
miere here is composed of music
from the Richard Stranss opera.
LEGAL NOTICE
of i ntv, (* '*; i. i' Ov
I '..ri-rlv '.- In V '' ''!. I '.....
!..'..". NnVem*i*r 14 1991 .-..I ,- ,.
i copy ol s'lch answer upon DAVID
P. CATXM \N PI >ln ill rn
hoi" address u II-1- Floor at i"i
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''a Tl O" IV T.. I I ,' .1 f'-
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
el-tmtm JiiO'f-V. c RC'JiT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADS
v.uu.ir ^ IN CHANCERY,
NO. 6IC 10'3O
sai i.v c i i.. ivi i.
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NflTift I 'Nco
F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'" Ii : is HKH.KBY QtVKN thai
th< luidi tlglii-i. desiring to ensuse In
bjblnfss inder the rictttlouF named !
ANHHE, ANDRH CANDIBH, l."i:i>s.
i"i:i'.~ VNDIRR, TROPIC HEM :ii
': s \\ Ti.ih Street, Miami, Florida
Intendu 1 regiate- I l n en with th,.
i"i.-r-K .. rhe Clrci It I 'ourl of 1 >adi
* 'uni i ri.l.,
i. \i'-'. \ i.Ki: !ANDtES, INT.
KOVNER .. MANN HE I KER
Attorn<->f for Ijanh.i !. Candiea, In.-
10/18-20-2T. II ::
IN THE C'RCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JCOICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 6IC 1086.3
DOLLAR S'AViNOH RANK OFTHE
.ll'Y IH-.NKW V IKK, Ii N-w Vi-rk
bunking corp iratl ':>.
Plal
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KKRNESTINR n r> LK, h
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NOTICE OF SUIT
I'O; W \| TER : 'YLE in I
KRW8 I'INK ,. : i .
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Lgainai you
0} DOLLAR s\ SOS INK
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Bil iou r r-.|.i red to fl e youi >
wer atth the ;.!. of tl Cureuit
'ourl ol Dade I mntj Flor da, ;it the
i \ nirTh IBe I 'i Miami, Floriila, on or
be/ore November I, 161 u serve
i i:-.--. ir upon DA^
P. CATSMAN, i' aln itton
a In..--- Ir-:.s i : Itn I-'!., r .if 10!
K.i.-t hlagler Street, Miami 12, i-'1 -
t.i. on or bel I date, ai
i i red b> thH L iwii of Fiorldu ir
you fall to do so, lit- taken ;i> t* "'li-.-:*(-l b\ >'i ;uid i
Decree Pro Confeaao iii be entered
against you for th(. relief demandi I
i tii.- complaint.
DATED this I la] October,
1061
K. B. M- \ PHEB KAN, Clerk,
< *:r*-uit t'oiirt. I > ill** Cii nty, Florldfl
(Beat) B) K, M. LYMAN,
DAVID P CATSMAN
Nth Floor at mi !: Flagler St.
Miami 12, Florida
10/13-20-27, II ''
on f.ii' t-i do to, the implainl v .11
be taken ->?- I von
Decree Pro Confesso will h- entered
iK-iin-i i m fop th rell I d >manded
i-i thi impl unt.
DATED thi. llth i iy ol Oc'ob
Kl
R R i .:: VTHERM \N. rierk.
' oil "..-^rf. : "i-|.- i
(seal) B K V I \i \N.
DonuM I
DAVin p CATSMAN
Mth Floor tl 101 B, Flagler 81
Miami :I2, Florida
27. n':
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERB IIVEN t1 U
'hi un ler Ii il...... engage i i
::<..- inder th'j fictl'lo nam ,t
KEL Ml'SIC !>M.EM il 19' .E loth
, Hiale in. Flu to reglwter
No:-!, S! i n I' r
Attorney to
10/13 20 .", ll '3
i nan wPh the f'lcrk thi (Mr-
lit Court o' t>ml< F"l.rida
HEN1 NE 75 I
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1-2 >-27, II 3
NOTICE UNDER
F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i,vi.".- is HEREBY GIVEN thai
i- na i i ig to engaa;
Ii -in- under the Mel lo-is nnmen 'i
'' I'll Kales, Co.; Mian i Bi ai h
'arpel t i'u al
1' nty, F.I rl 'a i I nda to reg-
' i ui-, nan i i 'lei i. ol
'' i' o of I de i'
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MiAMl BEACH
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a
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AMEND METRO
let's C-3* Back
"LOCAL'' Nome Rule
Pd. Pol. Adv.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni itk'k (8 Hi. 'i- BY OIVEN that
the inderslgned, deblrlng to engage In
>aa und ir the I n inne*
Beach Hea | lid C >nl M
KM ter w ashing- I
ton Hearing Aid \ He irlng
,\-,i i I .....i Ave., Mi-
11 Fl3u.li
h id r ui'-. ivil!: he Clei
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NOTICE BY PUai-ICATION
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY INCHANCcRY,
No. 6!'; 10822
It INK S
-.tiff,
MORRIS NELS IN,
1 l.-l.-M I It'l
SUIT FOR O'VORCE
I', i y.- iRRia NELSON
\ ....I
Norfolk Virginia
v.,u ire !" ii> no <4 of Comp for D\\ iree h-i> bi n
filed *: "' I y i ".- re -
quired to serve b copy of your An-
nwer or Pleading to the Bill of Com
plaint on th'- ii.,i nl Iff's
Manui Zala i 108 i !ongreas Building,
Miami, Florida and file th>- original
Answer or Pleading m thn office of
the Clark of the Circuit Court on or
b I,, of November,
If >o : fail to da SO, judgment by
default wlil be taki -' you for
the relief demanded In the Mill of
Coi nplalnt.
Thi 'in il i: be published oni
eacb weak for four i >e itlve week*
In Till! JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND 'i tDEltEU at Miami,
Florida, this u i ,. of i w. .....
\.D 1961
B B EA PHERM > N Clerk,
Circuit Coi i''e
(bi all B] HBI BN KES9LEH,
I ii-,),. .
MANUEL ZAIAO
' i loni is Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Attorney for I'.tor ill
10/13-10-27 n/a
N THE C "C'JiT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C PC'.'ITOF
FLOR'DA IN ANO -"'3 D-'-OE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No v ; !;!!:
i.ol"-'' M RE,
Plalntll
JE8SE RAY McCLtrRB,
i lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yi. '. ..- -
and 1971 5th K\ ......
, ,, ., : i, r required to
file your inswer to the complaint with
' he olerk ol I le ^^ e 'ourl and
-. ,i copy thereo to H -rm in Co.
hen, Atto_ney, IMi Congress Build-
ing, Miami -. Fli la, on or before
November Kith. I3i' ir else suit will
'>.- taken as confessed I Mtf.i Octo-
ber lOtn, 1961
E. B LE v rHERM \N'. Clerk,
Cirvult Court, Dade County, Florida,
(seal) Bj HELEN KESSLER.
l Nput) Clerk
1-20-27, ll/J
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE l- HEREBY OIVEN that
b\ virtue of Chapter 678 of Fin
Statutes Annotated fl941). Ware-
housemen .-'! Warehouse Receipts,
wherein I.CB-R.R van LINES, INC.,
: Florida corporation, bj virtu,- ol
warehouse li^n. has In i-- possession
! he follow k ii-.....' iropi rtj
Household tloodu A the propert>
of Mrs K Mi ler. e/o Walter \
\!.irg irel \
V.i. Mrs Bett i W Fll h, c lamet
y. Whitln. N. Unbrldgi Mass.; Mr
N ii 1220 A'I Ro id Mi-
ami Beach I an I thai "ii the
da ol v- I '61 d
.:.!' hours ale, n ulnlj b<
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN OROBATE
N) 53888 A
IN RE Estate i
MAN MORK IN
Dec .'.-
NOT'CE TO CREDITORS
To Al. I' m.l Pi Hav-
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You n h -reb; notil d i l re-
qulred pre- t i> 11 and de-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCU'T OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 61C-7563 (Pej'-on)
CENTRAL SAVINOS HANK IN rHE
CITY OF NEW v IRK, C irporal n
ixisting in,''" r 'ii- .tu>-
si i te ol N'-".\ v.
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I '.'. ndnnts.
NOTICE OF SU T
r '. JE8SK i \.M "S YA1 I and
i :i..\ I HA V.\'!' 4 wife
It. -ih nee l*nki
YOl' ARE HEItKII < NOTIFII
sull ii in bei hi
KNTRAL SAVI Ml IS BANK IN
THE CITY i>F Nf the
entitled Com loi >
norlKuae encumbe Ii '' llowing
lesi riI- : ,.'
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11 VRIIENS, a< rdu to the | I
the! eof, recorde I ii it I ik 65,
it pag< 131 the publ 'da
of I lade Count> Fl rlda;
uui you in i to ir
,uis-.- with i! Clerh the C'r lit
i 'ourl o! i >ade Count Fl la, i. the
f'ourthouKe In M"iml hlorlda, in or
before October 23, i"..i. and I i serve
:i copy "I -mil n sv. up in DAVID
P, CATSMAN, Pilntifl i rney,
whose address Is 14th Fli U mi
Bust Fagler Street, Mia nl Flor-
ida on or befori I > is re-
paired bj til* l. i i i,i. if
Mill f;lll to do -" llainl i'. ill
ii.- taken a ci infess i bj ind
11.-, ;. Pro Confeeso ,- I bi 'ed
nn-! >..'i I..... dern inded
,n ii,.- compl lint.
DATED thi> l".'!^ daj of September,
I nil.
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Cle-k of the C ,. '-i
I lade l !ount) Honda
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DAVID P. C \ TSM VJ
llth F.....r :.- I ;: F [lei .-
Miami 32, Florl i i
- :: 19 10 i n
NOTIL O- AP.= L CATiON
FOR TAX OZEO
Fits 1222)
Notice '- hei -v\en thai
th iniel W Si- lirnee,
nf City of M nl T'i i'<
Numb i l !" 0 "'
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tiftcfl ti ,,- n "i"
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dew ni'-ii propen > 'i in I e
County, Florida
Lots 8-9 g 14 Wad! 'a
Resubdh ige 169
iti the i' ty Of
liadi Stati
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under the Cer i iued i
he name of Ci
'ertlflcuti I Ml a i
Ing to lit w, tax d
ii on the 2">tl A.D.
NO^iC'l UNDER
F:CTTIOUS name law
NOT Ii i Ci HVF N -I' 1961.
the un ler Ing I igag l ited thi* I9tl
,, -r \ I 1961.
WHITE !'''; inn al 110 W
'.,_,.-... to sa i
with tl lircull
Dade 'ounl Fl ir la
DOR KEN v Mm-: t\ i.oK
KESM1 I :r Sc GA -
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undvr th^ fictitious name of
FASHION KA IK DRESS SHOP al
' ii Bird Road M iml Fl rl la i -
tend t reg at r laid na me with the
C'erk or -h- i ircult Co irl ol I lade
Count) Florida.
MA I'lLDA FELDSTE1N
SHIR1J4Y will PCUP
Sole *v> nera
10/6-13-20-27
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUo NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned siring I > engage In
Eortsmoutn, tl..sj....... under the flcMI iuk i ime of
MY FAIR I ADY il 177O0 Colllna Ave-
nue, Miami !! i i. iii le Com ty, ''
ini^:i Is to regl said nan e will
..... ''rul i i irl ol
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOIC'AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 10213
KATHLEEN :... ANDER*>V)N,
Plain
OMAR USE ANDERS IN
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Attornev, IX>: OMAR LBB ANDERSON
p O. Box No. 316
Parker Building
Murphy. North Carolina
You ar>- hereby notifii-l that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce luia been
riled against you in th- above titiii.-ii
. tuse, and you are required to aerve
a copy of your Answer to the Bill of
dalnt on the Plalntlffa Attorney,
Char'ei M. Kelly. 1625 E 4h Ave
Hfaleah, Florida and flit- th* original
in ih- office of the Clerk of the I ir-
cult Court on or before the 27th day
October, 1961. otherwise a Decree
Confesso will be entered miuii-i
'.Mil
Dated ii Mann. Florida this 26th
it ij of September, i''fii
E. B. LEA TH bTR M W
i 'i.-'-k of Ihr- Circuit 'ourt
I lade County, Florl i
1 ij HELEN KESSLER,
Deputy Cle-W
9/29, 10,6-1.1-20
-. IT CS UNDER
FiCTl "OUS NAME LAW
Ni i ,
he und -
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t of tl
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S A L V i II
N \\
.1 DAVID LI IMA?
','-. ir Appl u
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Miami. Fl irl la
i.i | 18-20
not ce under
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
Ni rTICH is HEREBY liv BN thai
the undersigned, d^i-irin^ to engage in
buslnesg under the fictitious name of
MIAMI FURNITURE KKKIMSH Kits
at MO N K. 70th Bt Miami intends
to register said name vsah the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
am 'RED D. CJAUDINI
10/6-13-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'lTK'i: IS HEUEIIY CIVKN t'-.a!
;h. undersigned, desiring t> engage in
business under the fictitious narri
sin FASHIONS OK MIAMI, BUN
FASHION CASUALS OF MIAMI at
Box 2191, Miami Heai'h 40. Florida
tends to reglater ga : names with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dude
Count}. Fli
HANDY ISLES OF Mi^Ml INC
Bj ,ia.....> F Nauman, Secretary .
\RTHUR W K Mli l-K
Attorn.> lor Applicani
.!ioi Biscayne Blvd., Miami Fta
9/22-29, 10/6-13
B. B 1 ,..- v
Clerk turt,
l :, ., II I..a
...-.,I) I',. R, M LEE PER
Deput) llerk
10/6-13-JO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORDA IN ANO FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 6-C 9487
ANTHONY REBELLi I ind
SUSAN MARGARET RciBELLO,
hi.- wife,
I'liiinlif' b,
DAVID SH U'lK' i i' l LILLI U'
SHAPIRO, hi> wife and/or If either
or both are dead ill i known heir.-,,
.|i-% btees, legatees, gr i nte l,
asslai......-. lienors,, re oto -. trustee*,
or other claimants, i ilng by,
through, under or aa ilnnt them;
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES I v. I'
CLAIMANTS having ir claiming my
ii-hl. till.' or ml. i'"-t in I i'ion
the ii opert> \n\ dved in thin
I lefenda nts
AMENDED NOTICE TO DEFEND
r. ALL OF THE AH IVE ^ > M '.I I
DEFENDANTS in.l ill nerB ma
claiming an r rl
Interest i- oi lie upon the real
propert} I any
111 r i i'
ADDRESSI
Yi >l\ and em !RB-
r.\ S> ITIFIKI i. '- H '
ItELI I un l Sl'.- IN MAR IB RE-
BEL!. his *ife, hi
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BURHAN AI ".'. -
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Is
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you ire hei i i
cop) of your Ai lefen
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ROH IRT II.
Ii: \l RIO l If red I. rl
Building, Mian the
irlglnal In th the of
the i 'lrculi Cow
30th daj of o 196 '
th.- nllegal I m 1
ii- tak.'ii as confessed bj i
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
is you for the relief prayed 'or in
said Complain)
DATED at N.*a- i. Dads) County,
i-'loi ida. tin.- 21st daj of October, 19*1.
B. B. LEATHERM > N
Clerk of the Clroull Court
. all BV! K M I lfM >..
I leputy Clerk
Rl >BERT II TRACRlO
Attornej fi r Plain! I
1133 Alfred I. dul'ont Bldg.
Miami 32, Florid
____________l/JM, in i
NOT.CE UNDER'
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBi OIVEN that
the undersigned, di ige In
buatnesB under the fictitious name ol
B I". COFFEE SI' ii' i' 10 N'lrth-
'.-. 2nd Stn M'-i" to
resi-t<-r said name wl^h tbe plerk of
ih "iroult Court of Dade i mty,
Hloriili..
lUV,-.' i. 'Nb, ,UR
Stole i "ft'ner -
KKSSI.KU ai A.c-
Attornej foi so uni"
9/22-29. 10/6-13


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Friday. October 12 i
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25 LB. AVERAGE
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12 LB. AVERAGE
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hiday. October 13. 1961 +Jewisii Fhridttan Page 7-B v— h arm in a fu *y ours. L r SMtk Zi PP F ROM New York, the undisputed fashion center of the led S.ales. enmes fashion news for the very young miss. We are :, that we must never, but never under estimate the inherer.i femininity of "little girls." From the time they are tiny toddlers, one can readily sense their joyous importance in looking [•:<••">'. We, of course, know t|.at the thrill of looking pretty, atlraciive, g'amorous or whatever adjective vou prefer, is one bat is never-ending in women. r,v of the better known New j i designers of children's v ...• is Celeste. This season, tnar.j of their silhouettes show a n i rked influence o£ being cut k< mama's." However, it is in pi rtanl that the "little girl" leek should dominate in order to nvo'ri locking like a '"miniature ir: ther." 1-1 of the women who spend .' great deal of time buying lor these young misses are grandit hers. Having spent much of %  : : I ves being exposed to fa shine) are critical of both silhouette and tabric. This season. op over-jumper" of woven in ccttcn and dacron th Swiss embroidery edging the collar and sleeves. The blouse is of cotton and i meJ, and has an attached -1 skirted marquisette petticoat. freedom of movement is the keynote, with fullness and flare carrying this through. The effect may begin high at the shoulder from a tiny yoke, or A the normal waistline, or just below an overblouse or torso elfect. This is achieved by stitched or pressed pleats, tiny gathers or just a simple, smooth, coneshaped cut. Even some of the sleeves repeat the shape of the dress. Many dresses and blouses feature the new. straight, three quarter-length sleeve. At least one-third of their collection is devoted to luminous, imported cotton "ribbon-plaids," which often inspire the design of the dress. Aside from the swing ing circular skirts, a popular favorite for the lassies are the kilt like pleated skirts which play up the gay, contrasting colors. /^ NE very import aspect of children's clothing is the fabric, and the inevitable question. "Is it wa.-hable?" Little misses arc still little girls, and as you all know are "pretty as a pictun" to start, but the occasion is rare when the dress doesn't get dirty. Other fabrics in this new collection include broadcloth, novelty woven cotton, and textured blends of cotton and dacron — all washable. One of the main attractions tor the '"lollipop" people is a polished cotton "pop-over" with giant pockets over a complete dress. The highly desired fresh-out of the-bar.dbox look is achieved byusing white or clear vivid colors for trim. Cuffs, facings, pipings and bodice details are the accents for the crisply tailored dresses. A generous use of pat terned Swiss embroidery and French val 'ace adds a charming feminine touch. Keeping the "little miss" in mind, the most careful attention lias been given to the selection of colors, which are never garish. but livelj and tang) tones, as well as delicate pastels. The names are as lively as the colors —popside pink, circus red. malti ><• blue, and a delightful com bination cl orange and cinnamon. 1 bese little couturier di es>es by Celeste arc available in many of our local shops. Celeste also offers this custom -made look in sizes eight to fourteen. These dresses are proportioned differently 1 Judea Ladies Meet Wednesday Temple .1 u d e Sisterhood's 'Everything's Coming l'p Rosy" nesting will be held at Mrs. Sid I ..anger's home. 4209 Granada blvd.. Coral Gables, on Wednesday %  vening. New members will be pinned vith a rose, and a fashion show, •oordinated by Mrs. Jay Bearman. tfill be featured. Mrs. Frank Toback. gift shop, Mrs. Charles Rosenberg, religious and youth activities, and Mrs. Joseph Snyder, community service, will give brief reports. Guest of honor will be Temple Judea's Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Program chairmen are Mrs. Ben Kazan and Mrs. Jay Bearman. AliiS SHAftUtf IA.K Zcck, Mosk Betrothal Told The engagement of their daughter. Sharon. i< announced b) Mr and Mrs. Louis Zack. of 8450 SW rd ler. The groom-to-be Is Yale .Mosk. i He is the sun of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mosk, 320 8G;h st.. Miami Beach. Mi^Zack is a graduate of Coral Gables High School Her fiance ; is a graduate Wis'iinitfcm ftwnoe* 1H3 Ntmndy Orlv* ll Oll.c.s. JCM" **• JACK o COHDON Armi M couitxow



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?e4-A M*rtstfhrHtor TrAaj October 1361 &f Jewish Floridian i--:ci c^c :-IA'.T :r. M s_r^ SCTele*7pe 0-.--rr.^..-r-_--^a M_sr:. TWX MM --. i r : %  • ; i -i • •-!,'•.. %  : ... .._ ....... u.: -%  • --. ... ,-••:•;;-: V-• : • •':-i E: •:• L AnA—*4 A i v: %  £-; i.-i'.--it;:--; i-: --• :• %  ;i -~i *tr£L ?: BHOCHET IWMJW utecuwe Ec-cr • -. • %  %  %  1 • • -• = i c r. %  %  OH i • RATil MM WEL B 4 Ml • if HMD Friday October 13 M> M ffanebas -. : .-%  : i: UN Provincialism Prevails -: %  %  %  %  ..-. %  %  : %  ':-. %  Ke %  • %  -.> 3 • %  : pec % r the -%  .%•_-. i .:; i : :: -j. : %  :: %  : : ". peace set ~.T;;.;:. srve: %  % % %  isresorved a as Laos the Soviet %  %  -.•: '.*-. %  ?:',-, 6 at tb V: ..-; the % %  : %  : --.--. \ the vacant % %  general I chant v.-: d -the (Jailed r ab Republic v. the Co: resursptio:: • nudaai weapoc die artnaoepfaere •''.'.'; face '. '-.'.'V' : -.' .' v^r. tr.*r -. // IfXtanernber UN ... meeting lo shore -:. crackfl in ti snsan *.-;•/. .e the oraanizat w i member Dationa ready -. abandon men rears-long peeves, prhrrta moeinea intramural contests -.: itrengtb %  .• rendettas in me name of presenting a / ed front agaii v • .'.v.:.\xr/.J-:. ... %  ;? %  -.: %  :.. ;:. .rr.proo .;,..-, • • NO SOLUTION RfAUf £XP£CT£D UNRWA repofl laet ireek tends to zte mat they are sol Provincialism still • • '-iq • %  UN s peace el a i lovm oi a time •ei men she d leem rr.o."i willing to com' is for the ad eve higher e ; (JNRWA report .-, which rporta to tell tl wrorld tbout the m lerab %  ab refugee si lattoi : miserable it is 8 .• j.'f.'.-;. blight itself, at vreU as the di ted stat istfc i to it rbry shed light -. r year. .-.-• % % % %  :. % % %  repeats the old nosn .. harking bat i to illeged Israeli agree %  v/iti, respect •• rr •. vo :';r.': r '.".•..-. r.t l.r'in\ h'sn \ \ % % %  %  %  clear lime •;. restitution %  svei \.:-..:<-/\ repatriMassive repatria however, iders :.'< %  /. .. out oi •' i {uestfon, '.-n-J for /. ..:. reasons. ol re ••• ••.'•• • • other .'• Ion '..these refugees? '.'. % %  > %  other Arab id • dons to offer them i •-•.-. Precisslv swing. Thus. th< tsse co:. with the UN iuled to hear, by Oct. 15, a proposed lution to the rel iges til lotion. Yet no one • hooled in the politics of United Motions >macy expected any 3uch solution; as has en laid, solutions can only be achieved in atmosphere of declining provincialism. Foi their pa:*, the Arabs don't even recog:. ze the existence of the State of Israel; indeed, ey repeatedly serve notice that they don't into. Unaei such ircumstances, negoIfauons are hardly possible, v/ith refugees realning as potent a tool of Middle East cumulation as ever. • • WO APPLICATION Of MORAL FORCE IOI'S Foreign Minister Golda Meir, iv. %  i J Jdress before the United Nations this indicated that survival humanity's id net own government's remains uppermost in her mind. Thus, she implored the rab countries to give up their by now prac—od method of name-calling against Israel in • I one of more fruitful purpose. To this end. Mrs. Meir offered the Arabs 0 non-aggression part, which met with at least 0 show of approval from the new African embers. The Arab reaction is not even doubtful, it is a certainty. But can the Africans be ex_:octed to exercise any degree of intelligent diplomacy to hasten the resolution of the A SURPRISE PACKAGE SYRIA'S KICK Israel-Arab war of attrition they presumably condemn? Not if Belgrade is cr, example c: method of operation. The Afr.cans insist that their primary purpose is the rapid develsnl of their own democracy. But the achievement of democracy is a long and difficult process, and it takes more than ancient slogans, such cs the African re;;erat:->:. of their hatred for Western colonialism znd ..": peri ilism. These are outmoded bogeyin which the Africans remain bogged Iowa. They showed this at Belgrade, while Bitting on their hands as the Soviets unilaterally med the testing of nuclear weapons in the mosphere. And il is likely they will show :• ago :. 01 they apply no moral :or;e to t.ne^applcase of Golda Meir s speech this week at the UN. Hadassah's Anniversary Hadassah chapters :n Greater Miami and South Broward this week launched the celebration of the organization's 50th anniversary Hadassah groups throughout South Florida are marking the occasion with membership rallies and other "Golden Jubilee" functions. Proclamations by the mayors of Greater Miami's municipalities, newspaper, radio and television features, and an exciting motorcade are among the many events during the pas: few days that have been bringing Hadassah's anniversary celebration to the community's attention. But while an expanding membership remains the primary purpose of these happy functions, they do not overshadow the more import lint contributions of Hadassah to the organization's essential purposes. The women's Zionist organization has a notable record of achievement in Israel, starting with its earliest battles to eradicate the unhealthy living conditions in settlers' Palestine, from Hadassah's first broadside attack against the malaria-infested swamps and the trachomaridden native population, to the modern Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center opened last June at Kiryat Hadc3sah, this organization has exercised one of the most valuable influences on the Jewish State. Add to this a host of other contributions ranging from Youth Aliyah. to Hadassah's manifold fund-raising and informational endeavors here in the United States, and Hadassah emerges as a meaningful force dedicated to the highest purposes of Israel. during the week ... as i m it by LEO MINOLIN A RECENT -.-• % :-.T, i %  : %  -> %  -*; --•--: I-. ,: :'. •-:-. •: :: ; %  esasag lews! %  • i Ceeu fe. • "•-.*• -. VJ.i-.E-i,'. eeaipkjxj ib/mm. uV M^"i J%jh | i .*z*d faiksr* to ?^e seeds h*r 7leasleJseai •>:.Bi nu te i .eresae nu *ui vtriy enr.^pareac D15* -^" %  ftff *e^e?:7?*f *ol*!i'Vy! Us ^Tuch the rsss r-kftt %  •. destrroticQ eM re thaa | M af presemsMe co-r*4:ziocist dei*r M .here II.ami J*. irt'.ie or notkaii to identify *nh tbe.r Csban hi To rrikr hii pooK evea more pG.2-.arT tae vrner |. rhroptc --.% the H.%  ba'sJewi hrwsaden a.-.;. nee attei seen .-.• m I 1 •;• rasl a-: asm? rr vas? T: •: • I • "pot r *.ti> -s* It %  u aarrm rot ret/nou PUIPOH rju x HIAS HAS -.• perat ve. Th •:;• %  %  • leempb I : %  •' %  -•" unably i tensor: :• impossible :-i -h.:: ;^^ other newi to bnr.j 'he •. %  > the factI 1 a tissue of Genoa ess ice In a fairly-well dc I ''~: : % % %  '-' %  long si been made -.-M igaissl !; thi : -tc-ar.aone, •• %  ; %  the %  • Tin -. a apparent thi lurch ehicl sent! the dommanl ipirit isl identificatl in Cuba, ha? taken as Hence, lectarian reference in this i •-•e Pointed d:. ; .'. Jews i not— H the paid he I find 1.1 would hesitate to ipeas I cial L'S. policy here, but the easy H.s identification with it i lomeuhat tastelessrj of a negative kind of ielf-hatred Even writer to he Day-Morning Journal didn't have all the fa< E out cf a • 1 %  oal need And '*.e tr 11 -.1 be that equally official Jewish agencies are today gangii aiu.r -• the possi b ili t y of meeting that need. -:• • .;. UriaVS SiAOGMTl* Of THI ]£Vf$ WAS POtffKAL I SAID BEFORE that reference to the Catholic Church of Cuba political signiticance: while sectarian reference to the Jews : i>a does no:. Here precisely lies the reason behind the contra writer of the letter made between the pluhts suffered by H t'er era German .Jewry and the Jewish community cf Castro's Cuba The Nazi machine's brutality was a campaign waged to destr • the Jean entirelj f-1 • r nationalities and religions con. of the campaign as a threat to themselves until it was almosl ed many silently anplauded 'he Nazi aim in the nan 'Xplicit or implicit anti-Semitism, depending upon how rir their bigotry. Neither do I need here recall the listless n h • • .a-.-J their political and spiritual leaders voiced bjection to the unspeakable Hitlerian d r record. Nevertheless, it is a!-:o a matter of record that the N. %  the Jews was "rationalized" by the Germanic overlords .n rms. The almost universal refusal of the work; America's included, to cpen their doors to a si;: : let alone to object to the anti-Semitic slaughter, was ical: t found tenuous basit in the excu-e that the slat was an internal German matter, and thus out of the pur\.< fore;-. concern. At least let it be understood en its own terms: the Catbolii of Cuba are perhaps Castro's only sectarian political victims toaa; b) tomorrow, the Jews will have joined them. -:-:• -:• IHt ACCiNT IS ON COMMUNISM yWHATEVER THE questionable scope of American Jewry's pre philanthropic effort in behalf of these refugees, the six mi Jewish dead speak fcr themselves. Indeed, they speak in sharp contrast to the fate of Castro's current flock of DP's. Jews included. For, in our own time, the enemy is palpable even to the bigots among u>. In our own time, the Castro threat as a political threat is apparent to everyone. The antagonist, principally, is Communism, which strikes fear in all hearts — as well in those that have yet to learn the meaning of democracy. The issue, in reality no more political than was bloodstained dilemma of the sainted six million, is nevertheless political for everyone to see; the cataracts of prejudice do not here blind also those who would not see. Hence the munificent and grandiloquent manner in which refugees from Cuba are today welcomed into the land — not pleadingly as were the Jews who flew Hitler's Germany, many of them turned away from these shores. I do not in this regard accept the explanation for the contrast that we have since grown as a nation and a people — that we have learned to be more self-sacrificing, that humanitarianism has become a more practiced form of our expanding experience. The issue is simply that in being generous to Cuba's displaced persons, we believe we are fighting Communism (This, incidentally, also applies in the current East-West Berlin refugee tug-of-war.) But Continued on Page 5-A


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Page 6-B > lritf nrrHinr Friday, October 12, lggi % ranees Xd man We th. Women DOROTHY WOMAN OF THE WEEK Dorothy Michelson had a v.ondf rful childhood de>ipte the tragic loss of her mother when -he was onl> f.ve Her father. Arthur Tlisbbar.t. president of the Detroit Steel Company, uas an unusual man as a person, a friend, a philanthropist, and a father. He took the time to act as both mother and father to Dorothy and her brother, greatly influencing their lives. She attended Mist Newman s School for Girls, majoring in languages. The result is r.c longer apparent row She cant remember whether "si si is French or Italian. When Domthy moved here ten years ago. she became involved in the organizations to winch her new friends belonged, namely Hadassah. ML Sinai Hospital. PTA. and National Ch:ldrer."> Cardiac Hospital. As fund raising vice president for Cardiac, she did an outstanding job for their donor luncheon. Bursting with new and unusual ideas in the field of fund-raising, she any Ray (Mrs. Paul) Jay had a wocd.rful scheme for a Masquerade Ball. It prt-\ed too big for the Cardiac group, thus the Deed Club was born, with Dorothy as founder president, and consisting of only 12 women who hold two money-raising events a year, both of which are unusual. The Deed Foster Home in Miami is now a reality and is maintained by the club. Dorothy loves to write and to keep scrap books. She has two, one filled with poems, the other with editorials and articles that she Cl pi from newspapers and magazines. She feels that this will make good reading material for her two children. Scrapper and Corinne. Incidentally, Corinne doesn": answer to that name. When she was only a baby, she used to say. Me not Corinne: me Girlie." It has been Girlie ever since. First and foremost, Dorotby :s a mother, enjoyine her children ever, more a> they grow older and can be companions. Just back from a vacation trip to New York, she is bubbling over with ideas for the r.ow famous Deed Club Masquerade Ball. She loves clothes, as anyone can plainly see who meets her. and -he wears them well. Tall. •••.• attractive and good company, she has'a most unusual habit of w-dening her big brown eyes when she talk*: it makes everything she seem to be the most important thing at that moment — and'you li portaot along with it. THREE AT A TIME No one ever has just ',ne party to celebrate a Bar Mitzvah anv more Phillip, son of Dr. and Mrs. Perit Scheinberg, had three. First. bis Bar Mitzvah ceremony was in Temple Israel, with a reception luncheon for 250 guests afterward in Wolfson Auditorium. Everything wain blue and white. Philip, of course, wore the conventional Bar zvah navy blue SUM ,..Dolly, chose a black Lily Rubin i Dal Among guests were Dr. and Mrs. Martin Belle. Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Rich, the Ben Novacks, the .Jacob Shers, the Sam Spectors. th "•• irris Cobeni and the Julian Weinkli ight, the Scheinbergt had ,. family dinner at home for 30. I ther and his f; Steve Selby, and their 1 '' "" here from Tampa The family had a grand time ii it cing Stanley and Martha Myers uncle and aunt, had just %  home from their month a: Hendersonville the night before, so thej caught up on all the :.< Th( next noon, then was a brunch 1 Selbys to fortify them for their trip home. The Bar Mitvah was over. Part of the family now liv< on the Beach. Tlv elder Scheinbergs, Mr and Mrs Mendel Schi nberg have moved to 1415 Meridian ave! From now on. the relative -cor! points of (oral Gables, Ba> Point, and (be Beach no doubt will be the SUbjed of. many a family gathering. THIS WAS A VACATION? Marvin and .lane Silvers, with their sons. Ronnie and Jimmy, went to the '.rand Bahamas for a vacation. It turned out to be the v\orst t.'< Silvers ever had. On the second day. the four of them went bicycling. .lanes shoe caught in the wheel of her bicycle, causing her to fall and to break her leg in three places. They i m media t civ flew home — Jane on a stretcher. The saddest part of all was that they werenl there 48-hours. so they couldn't bring back any liquor • • A WAY WITH THE LADIES At Mickey I.Mrs. David/ Fleemanhouse at the membership tea of Jewish Family and Children's Service, Harold Tannen wondered if there had been a mistake and if everyone had come to the wrong alfair. i thought that the audience locked as if they should be at the audition Of The Lamb Chops." A few of the many were Tema (Mrs. Morris) 15.irk. Helena (Mrs. Kenneth! Trie.-ter. Lee (Mrs. Stephen) (arner Diane (Mrs. Edwardi Bisenberg, Davids (Mrs. Hapi Levy, Cuna fMrs! James| Mack. Jackie (Mrs. William • Leonie, Garry Lou (Mrs. Benedict) Silverman, and Natalie (Mrs. Melvvni Prumkes ANOTHER EXODUS The SS Atlantic thai sailed from Ft. Lauderdale on Mondav had many Miamians on board. Doug and Jane Raff were loaded down with things they were taking to their relatives in Israel, whom they hadn't seen in 25 years. They will leave the ship in Israel, do some sightseeing in Spain, and fly home Jeannette Good was looking forward to the glorious cruise with the same enthusiasm that activates her daughter Myra (Mrs. Aaron; J-arr This is the cruise that Bunny and Dorothy Israel are on. ON GETTING STOOD UP Aaron and Marcie Kanner stood up for Malcolm Friedman, Coral Gables attorney, when he exchanged nuptial vows last week with Donna AJdrich. of Denver, Colo. i Rosenblums Will Live in Nashville Brenda Arlene Greenberg and Jerome L. Rosenblum were marr;ed on Sunday. Oct. 8. at the Algiers hotel. Dr. Irvine Lehrman officiated, and a reception followed the "'clock ceremony. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Greenberg. of 1210 Douglas rd Coral Gables, the new Mrs. R • r.blum is a graduate of Miami senior High and attended the University of Florida. For her wedding, she wore a princess line gown, ballerina length, of silk organza and lace, featuring a scalloped neckline and sleeves. The bodice was enhanced with lace extending around the bell kirt The shoulder-length veil %  ){ imported -ilk illusion floated from a lace crown trimmed with pearls. Maid of honor was Francine Lee Hand, and Marlene Greenberg served as her sister's junior bridesmaid Be-t man was Sydney Yellin. and ushers were Perry Moskovitz and Stanley Magnll. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Rosenblum. of Nashville. Tenn. He is an alumni of We-1 End High School and attended the University of Alabama. He is a member of Kappa Nu social fraternity. After a honeymoon in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the newly-weds will live at 2122 Fairfax, Nashville, Tenn MRS. HARVEY MtLTUR A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 ^ %  T FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS OUR SPECIALTY • ALGIERS JIoAUt 2513 COLLINS AVENUI Phone JE 4-2907 OPIN 7 DAYS • • •.M.-II .. DtllVlRV ANYWHERE • riaaan By Wn CHAROC ACCOUNTS INVITED Brandefs PhiBK To be Honored Greater Miami chapter of the National Women's Comi rtec for Brandeis Dniven t] will "-north* establishmert of a Phi Beta Kap. pa chapter en the Waltha Misi campus of the universit; The funct take • form cf an Or.eg Shabbat folk rinj Fri. day evening sejrv ces a: Tempi* Beth Sholom. Sponsoring the Ones. J A j th the committee be I ireater Miami Brandeii I nivers Meg*. Club, of which Dr. Star, ey Frehling is president. Principal speaker will be Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual eader of Beth Sholom. in a di?L sion of "Does Bdncatioa Still H the Highest Priority Among Mrs. So I cm or. B. Margolii is president of the local imen'j committee. *. !".* rman o: lor the Oneg Shabbat is .\| aX Stadler. MRS. ltROMl I. ROSIHBLUM Miss Pector Weds Harvey Meltzer Eileen Pecfor and Harvey Roy Meltzer were united in marriage on Thursday, Sept. 28. in Fabbi Norman N. Shapiro's study. A family dinner at the Carillon hotel followed the 7 o'clock ceremony. A June graduate of Miami H'gh, the br.de is the daughter ol Mr and Mrs. Jack Pit tor. 6920 Sunrise p! Cora! Gables. For her wedding, -he wore an off-white brocaded, street-length ensemble with demi-fitted jacket and three quarter sleeves, Her bri I r i m parents a i Mr. nn-i M. David Meltzer, 1425 SW 18th st. roth as besi a A'I imi High, Mr Meltzer is stud: in l engim i ii al the University of Florida in Gaines ville. wher< ung couple will live. His Pi Lambda Phi. DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Do it the easy way-by mail. Mail your orders to Rich Dale 6roves for prompt handling. Barak* *' INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT and RiOGE COUNTIES ORANGES ("•o ipmtily if you want Oiongmt onif or Grapohuil only) in 'fruit protector' gift cartons 90 1b. box $11.95 Full bushel 8.50 Vz bushel 5.50 12 lb. sampler.... 3.75 Compara quality and pricM. You catil btat Rich Oalt for aupafb valua Pricas includa dtlivcry octpt Add 10% Watt of Mxaittippi.t? 00 to Canada Satlitaetion guarantaad or fruit it raplacad or monoy rafundad. RICH DALE GROVES Weirsdale, Florida Wnf. far fraa faJrfar ol mony gift lllllfl—t) If you like CHEESE KREPLACH You'll love MEATLESS CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, goests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy Ar-Dee. Tender little macaroni pies. ..filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too—costs only about 15c par a anrsngi



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fcdcv. October 13, 1961 +Je**i§li fhrktot) Page 9-B %  "S*"i. Irs. Nathaniel Levin, president of the Cedars of Lebanon iHosc>it( i Auxiliary, is presented a Volunteer of Valor Award Iby Mrs. Samuel T. Shapiro, chairman of the women's devel|opnj€,-'. fund. The award was for the Auxiliary's effort in reIdeerrCrg its pledge of 5100,000 toward building of the new unit. Prior to the presentation, the group pledged to Iraise on additional S150.000. ;edars Women Pledge to Raise Extra !150,000 for Quarter Million Figure Champagne Party Slated Oct. 20 Life C.uardians and Cedars Godmothers and their gi omen who have pledged contributions ol from $300 11 5] ward the building of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, will be feted al a champi %  >arty at the hospital on Frid Oct. 20. Both the Life Guar liai lodmothers will bg,4iresented spe eial gold disc aw ird al the j el ogether tor their work in b'ehall oi the new hospital. The champs w 111 b< a "toast to th( % %  %  • ; ledii alion and opening ol the three floors of tin hospital, including its ultra-modern ma ernity s action, is scheduled for nine days later, Oct. 29. There will be entertainment at the champagne party. A Life Guardian is a woman who pledges a contribution of $300 payable over a three-year period to the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital development Fund. Her name is inscribed in the Book of Healing. which will stand permanently in the hospital's main lobby. Three members of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary have a "run through" of tcastina the new medical center. The champagne party is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 20, c* the Hospital, 1303 NW 14th st. Pouring is Mrs. Bernard Yesr.er, while Mrs. Morton Halpern and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz hold their glasses high. Women's \ utiliary of Cedars of Lebani Hospital pledged to raise tin additional $150,000 toward completion o] the new medical facility li th'. i -n House tour last ThursJi; ( \ The pledge added to the mull in pledges already redeemed i ill bi tig the Auxiliary's \o\iA t( a quarter ot a million dolii i me group, one of the i development of Coral ihapter Luncheon Coral i apter, American Medical Denver, will hold its annual membership luncheon for members and prospective memben on Wednesday, 12:30 p.m.. ti th< vial Gables Women's club. 1001 I i • nee de Leon blvd. Bikur Cholim Opens Season Bikui ^ holim Kosher Convalescenl Home of Greater Miami will bold i first regular meeting of the season on Wednesday. 12:30 p.m., a; the Algiers hotel. Card part) U follow a short business meetii Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood Temph Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood w ii meet on Wednesday evening Members will participate in an original musical play entitled "Sisterhood • Not for Me?" Mrs. Nelda Golden • president. the S4.500.000 Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, voted to pledge another 's 150.000 shortly alter their president, Mrs. Sylvia Levin, was pre sented with a Volunteer of Valor award for the work of the group in reaching the SI00.000 pledge mark. Mrs. Levin has been president of the Auxiliary since its in ception three years ago. Cedars of Lebanon will be dedicated and itfirst three tloors opened on (let. 20. The 282-bed hospital is being built primarily through the pledges of individual' residents of the Greater Miami community. At Thursday's Open House tour. hundreds Ol Miami area women were shown the facilities of the six-story hospital. Uniformed hostesses guided the women on the tour. There were more than 400 i women there. Former Sen. Claude Pepper. guesl speaker, told the large assembly in the still unfinished Abe Aronovitz Memorial Pavilion at Cedars that their efforts in be half of the hospital were also "great efforts in behalf of the com iminity." Also praising the women for their work for Cedars were Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the hos pital board, and hospital president Samuel T. Sapiro. fMjGUST BROS by.. IS thv B£$T Pop Concert Saturday Dade Heights Jewish Congregation Sisterhood's June Circle, under the leadership of Mickey Klenet. will present a pop concert Saturday at 8:30 p.m. Folk tunes and show music will be performed by professional entertainers. Beach BB Lodge Meets Wednesday Affect of Syriau:' I i\. it from the United \rab Ri the recent elections in Isr I id the consolidated European 10mic alliances will be diSCUfcSed at Wednesday night's monthly meetbig ol the Miami Beach Lodge ot B'nai B'rith at the Algiers hotel. Gerald Schwartz, regional director of I he American Friends of the Hebrew University ol Jerusalem, and chairman Of the lodge's Israel committee, will speak at Lie session, scheduled lor 8:15 p.m. Also participating will be Mrs, I'd'h Geiger, women's division dlrec or oi the South Florida Division oi the American Frien I id a former Btudent at Hebrew University Two color motion picture short subjects, "Israel" and "Thi Highest Commandment." will be shown. Leon Iris directed, wrote and prouced Israel," while Melvyn Douglas narrated "The Highest Commandment." Mrs. Sol Goldstein (left), president, thanks Mrs. Tobias Sussman for being sponsor of Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El's membership luncheon Wednesday noon at the Seville hotel. Emanu-EI Ladies In Member Fete Mrs. Tobias Sussman will sponsor a membership luncheon for iisterhood of Temple Fmanu-El on A'ednesday noon at the Seville lotel. Some 400 women are ex lected to attend. Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president. A-ill discuss the 1961-62 plans for UsterhOOd activities. Dr. Irving Lchrman, spiritual leader of the congregation, will be guest speaker in a discussion of "Know Your Synagogue." Highlight of the afternoon will be a musical revue written and directed by Trixie Levin and entitled "Hey. Look L's Over." Participating will be Mesdamef Ben Ball, Jack Popick, Myron Mil aick, Benjamin Green, Charles Rosenblatt, Leonard Glickman, Rocky Pomerance, Milton Feller, and Paul Poltkin. Men in the cast will be Charles Rosenblatt. Reuben Levin. Jimmy Rosenstrauch. Leo Rokeach. and Albert Kaplus. Musical accompaniment will be by Mrs. Millie Dra'-zer. with narration by Mrs. Alexander Kogan. Mrs. Harry Levitt, president of the Florida Branch of the United Synagogue of America, will give the Closing prayer. Mrs. Goldstein will receive her Presidents Pin of the National Women's League in a presentation ceremony by Mrs. Levitt. Mrs. Herbert Shapiro is membership chairman of the day. Beach Community Singers Miami Beach Community Sing era are offering free classes in music, sight-reading, and choral singing to those who Join the group. Classes will be held Thursday eve Dings at the Miami Beach Community Center. Ben Yomen is director and conductor. Aliyah Group Meeting Aliyah group of Hadassah recently formed al the Morton Timers, meet on Monday. 1:30 p.m.. in the card room of the bulletins. Slate of officers will be presented, and plans for activities discussed. Women residing in the building are invited. MORE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie-frea /£hV Norfh Dade Chapter Coffee North Dade chapter of B'nai B'rith will have a "let's get acquainted" coffee on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Robert Brown, 820 NE 180th St., No. Miami Beach. Mrs Arthur Horwitz is in charge of reservations. SigflS* sweetener JWHTIt THAN SUGU Tit MO KMW VALUS tttommtfldtd by dbctoo Iw tfclbttKV nnwaihh m) to CJ*1 Mil ditti. 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Pcqe 2-B +Jewl& fh-rHinr Friday, October 13, \%\ tm Pioneer Women's Confab in Pittsburgh Hears Israeli Leaders Address Opener By Special Report Israel will advance as a result your meetings." of Final plans lor the annual installation lunchMrs. Dorothy Krieqer Fink, and Mrs. George eon of the Federation of Jewish Women's OrSimon. The luncheon is scheduled for Oct. 27 •ganizations are being mapped by left hare in our work," man. who told the egates 8h baid representing Pioneer Women's Urs, Sidney A. Leff, president af clubthroughout 'he United States p^neer Womt-u in her biennial reand Canada that % %  people wr.u-e port to the delegates, said that lurfreedom is threatened can avert n g the pas: two years. Pioneer attack only by making it quite clear women had contributed more than to a would-be aggres'-or that jg$2,000,000 for the programo: the gre-sion cannot succeed." Working Women".Council in isAmbas.-ador Harman said that rael The prtsident also reported "despite the hostility which has tha; more than 00<) member-, of marked the attitude of our neighf'oneer Women had visited l-rael bor.-. we in Israel have kept our | n a "friendly invasion" during minds and hearts wide ope:: tor "US Period, peace." Mrs. Yocheved D. Koperr.ik. jpe. • We are noanti-Arab." Harman 1 lal %  "•'> <*> th Working w .men's continued. "We recognize the Arab Council, characterized the program stateas legitimate ac. perma" f Pioneer Women and ftloetael nent factin the Middle East. As flapoalet as "mother to motaer" soon as they extend the same recogm s P' n tnition to Israel, the way to peace wui be open Hadassah Film The i m luted Pioneer Women r>n its educaI O De jnOWIt 1 jtional, vocational, and rehabihtaHadassaha newest film. "Piflj tion work in Israel during the past Miracle Minute-" will be shown 36 yearthrough its s.ster orgam,„ A g, ^ n i v ,,., ^ tation, the Working Women's Counliav morniag l0 3 m 0V T % JKT cil Moetzet Hapoalet.i ^ n Israel Prime Minister David „. ... Ben-Guri n, in i .bled message ;he """ to Mrs. C-. national presi%£**' Iro v '* dent of Pioneer Women, said thai -•'•-•"' t •-%  %  %  •• febrw I .,: convention £ : J %  *" %  Jay. said reservations for are centra! n fewish life today." >e %y,*~s%y/Mj%%'4 Bernard Stevens, lira Gerald P. Soltz ;i r Mrs Foseph Shapir • tfrs. Jean C Lehman Hrst presi to the id. sory council Mrs Charles Feinbera hj:rman d< nt ol th< ile WomenOrganizations wil serve the luncheon should be mj d expres-i I the hope that "both The • television program as ii when FJWO Danie Ke Mrs Aaron (h the Greater Miami Jewu Jewish America and is sponsor I %  l \ Great • k&iami b Ids its annual • irr Mrs Sidney Schwartz, i pa Rabbii ea A--:: con Get 27 I : Slated f-,r are Mrs Milton Sirkin, pre! lent man, hot orarj lent Mrs Meyer Eggnati ce pres lent 1 >r community teer services; Mrs. George Simon vice i for education: MrCharles Feinberg, vice president for programming; Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, vice president tor public affairs; Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer. corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Larry Fried land, recording secretary AfefV MAR-PARV is made with pure poly-unsaturated vegetable and corn oils... high in linoleates 'Musical for Officers' Mrs. Alex Gordon, program chairman. North Shore chapter, B'nai B'nth Women, is sponsoring the choral group which will present "Musical for Officers" at the > next luncheon meeting to be held %  t the Lucerne hot*•! on Monday at 11 am. Mrs Louis Leach Is i" charge of reservations. Mrs Kichard llecht is the presidu fleer. TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, there's Yom Tov spirit ia this fine tea ."flavor crushed" lor fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleas* tire with your fleishigs and anilchigs and between meal refreshment To reduce saturated fats in your family's diet -MAR-PARV is now made with pure corn oil and other vegetable oils ... polyunsaturated to preserve their natural high linoleic content. This important "High L" factor is the biggest food news in a long time—a vital key to diet health protection for your family. So take advantage of it in MAR-PARV. Delicious as it is nutritious— MAR-PARV has a sunny bright flavor and goldensmooth texture ... making it a grand table spread and simply wonderful in your cooking and baking. Use MAR-PARV for every meal for every member of your family starting tomorrow! &**< %  ** i kosher & pareve contains no milk or animal fat... only pure vegetable oil ingredients Another f'mm product of THE MIAMI MARGARINE COMPANY, CINCINNATI, OHIO molars of NU MAID Margarino and DURKCtS Salad Drwuing*



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iJewislti Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and WE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 34 — Number 41 Miami. Florida. Friday. October 13. 1961 Two Sections — Price 20* REPUBLICAN SEN. KEATING MAKES CHARGE U.S. Officials Sabotage JFK Policy l srae l Attacks elief Report; v m: IK a ii,lisHi po P< %  "i i •( in. 1 ASH1NGTON—f he United Nations agency for th< Arab refugees came under sharp comment here Irom Israeli sources as one With strong political overtones. RABBI IRVING MIUH Rabbi Miller To Head Unit Rabbi Glaser when this w a s committee would explained that determined, the return lo any his contribution. t, The Defense Department was —Rabbi Irvng Miller was elected president ol he Con erence oi Presidents ol Major American Jewish Organiza ions iit the annual meeting of thai iody. He succeeds Label Katz who held the post for one year KatZ is president of B'nai B'rith. Popularly Know., .is the l'i dents Conference, the body is composed of the heads oi 18 national American Jewish organiza ions. The Conference was organ zed si\ years ago as ihe coordinating and deliberative body of American Jewry concerned with he full scope of American-Israel relation.-. Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organization and president ol the World Jewish Congress, served as it-tirst president for a period ol lour years, ile was succeeded by Philip M Xlutznick. now representative ol Continued on Psoe 12-A Dr. John W. Davis, director ol the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugee-, submitted his annual report as one of two documents on which the sixteenth Gent rai Assemblj will debate the Arab refugee problem. Ihe other •s a report from the Palestine Conciliation Assembly which is due by an Oct. 15 deadline. Dr. Davis contended that the Arab refugees demanded the "right" ot choice between repatriation to Israel and compensation. This right, he declared, was provided in the Assembly 1948 resolution. He said the Arab host governments had no obligation for the future of the refugees. On the ticklish question of known fraudulent registrations on the I'NRWA rolls. Dr. Davis admitted 'here were 'inaccuracies." and added, in a footnote that there was ; "high rate ol unreported deaths and undectected false registration." He asked Assembly approval ol a 1962 UNRWA budget Oi $39,204.000 and noted that of all funds received by the agency since 1950— a total of $356.776.096—more than S250.000.000 had been given by the Continued on Page 10-A Peace Corps Will By Pass Biased Nations WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Director Robert Sargent Shriver Jr., .il the Peace Corps, made known hiweek that despite elimination ot anti-bias provisions from the Peace Corps Act, the Corps will reuse to operate in nations that discriminate against American personnel on a basis of race or religion. In a letter lo Rep. Leonard Faibstein. New York Democrat. Mr. Shriver clarified the Peace Corps' policy toward discrimination Mr. shriver said The House-Senate conference committee did delete ;an antidiscrimination clause from the Peace Corps legislation." But he stressed that "HIH act [will not change the Peace Corps policy ol selecting volunteers withj out regard to race or creed. Neither does it change the Peace Corps policy of not going into any country which might discriminate against Peace Corps Volunteers because of race or creed." Gains for Victims Sought in Claims Bill WASHINGTON — iJTA) — Sen. Kenneth B. Keating. New York Republican, claimed this week that B war claims bill (S.2618) reported OUt by the Senate Judiciary Committee "creates a category ol sec* ond-class citizens, and omits any i i (Vision for settlement of heirless property awards for relief of victimoi Nazi persecution Sen. Keating announced that "hen fhe bill is considered when Congress reconvenes in January, he would olfer amendments to authorize the payment of claims against West Germany out of vested Nazi assets, permit the sale of vested Nazi assets in litigation, permit a lump settlement of heir less property claims to benefit Jewish victims of Nazism, include American claimants against Hungary as eligible claimants, and broaden eligibility provisions to include those who are American citizens on the date ol enactment oi the bill. The Senator noted that victims of Naiis with legitimate claims were aging and dying and settlement was urgent if justice was to be done. He pointed out that the assets were available without any costs to the American taxpayer. Ex-Nazi industrialists are seeking return ol the vested assets. Sen. Keating said "the bill disregards every consideration of fairness and compassion" and omits any provision lor payment of claims. Sen. Keating said he may be supported by other Senators and reported that the Administration backed some of the amendments he inicnds to seek. Golda Meir Offers Arab States New Non Aggression Pact UNITED NATIONS—(JTA i-A non-aggression pact was offered •his week to t!.( Arab countries Iy Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, addressing the Cn'tod NationGeneral Assembly. She also proposed that the UN start the job of attaining general and complete disarmament by using the Middle East "as a pilot project for the solution of the overall problem." ul ., —** %  The Israel Fore'gn Minister also offered regional cooperation" with lh< neighboring Arab countries in development programs, particularly with regard to water resources. Sho addressed the t'N Assembly not only on Israel-Arab issues but also on various other major problems lacing the current session Ol the General Assembly. Mrs. Meir's 90-minute speech was loudly applauded by many delegations, including a number of representatives of the new African and Asian nations. It was an address which was seen as observing Mrs. Meir's own plea for the avoidance of "belicose" propaganda and threatening verbal attacks against any and all nations. Above all, Mrs. Meir plea, "?2*iSZtSfLS with the General Assembly to re < oti Uon n a International establish and reaffirm Continued on Page 7-A MRS. GOLDA MtIR nois



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iday, October 13. 19S1 *• Jen 1st nr Page 3 A hurman Accepts Chairmanship ; civic and I ader • %  pted Hi*1 i .ip or .1 "f Lebaeducation Jinner to be t I Jonday, Nov. 27. lars of Lebanon, a $4.50O.OivMdent ot !', !L Brothers \ssn., Boston. een president of several j"" u". Its and i> currently as• ith anent com%  financial counseling. i, his JTA Roundup of Persons and Places HAIFA-Dr. P.ivul Umsburg, a 11-year-old native of N e w York City, assumed his new duties a< acting head of the Tcchnion-Israel Institute of Technology this week. A professor of chemistry at the Technion. Dr. Ginsburg temporarily replaces Gen. Yaacov Don, who has taken a year's leave of abtice Philip Halperti been unanimou Republican. Democral Liberal Parties for another 14-year term. He serves in the Appel Division. • BUFFALO—Donald C. Lubwk, of Buffalo, has been named tax legsence for health reasons. Dr. Ginsislative consultant to the United burg, recently returned from a States Treasury Department. His year's stay in the United States, salary is $18,500 a year. • ATLANTA — Sam Massell, jr.. DETROIT — A Detroit woman W8S elected president of the Atlanphysician, Clara Raven, one of the ta Board of Alderman in a runoff first to be admitted into he Army election. Sol P. Benamy, another in World War II, has been named Jewish community leader, was the first woman colonel in the HAROLD THURA1AN elected without opposition to the Atlanta City City executive committee. daughter. Debbie, live at 3301 Rivi era dr. PHILADELPHIA—Dr. Sidney K. Debbie is a senior in high Wolfson, of Philadelphia, an asAnother I ighl r, Jane, sistant instructor in surgery in the and her husband Ai Sharon, of Syracuse, N.Y., have two children, wif'i Melanie, and Michael and Job (Leaders Named to Top Positions Some 83 Coral Gables, South Miships were Coral Gables Mayor ami and West Miami men have Robert Searle. South Miami Mayor been named associate chairmen ; Paul Tevis. West Miami Mayor Edfor the Cedars ->f Lebanon benefit, mund Cooper, Judge Jack Falk. d nner slated Nov. 29. State Attorney Richard E. Gerstein Edward A. Holly. Fred B. Hartnett, %  Judge Sam Silver, chairman of Artnur Litt B ernie Serkin. Murray the dinner, said that Rep James g H Botwick. Roosevelt (D.-Calif.) will be guest; 0 speaker at the dinner. Silver said Andrew Geller, Andrew Novak. Herman Feldman, Anthony Abraham. Sidney Alterman. Herbert Blate. Harold Abbott, Aaron Barken, Elliot Blumenthal, Marvin Cone, Joe Barchan, James Cerniglia. Seymour Friend. Frank GaArmy Medical Corps Col Raven, a pathologist, is chief of the Laboratory Service >1 the 323rd General Hospital, B Detroit Army Reserve Unit. Currently a Wayne County deputy medical ex( aminer, she receive i the promotion during a training mission in Texas. PARIS — Shimon Peres, Israel's Deputy Defense Minister, completed consulations and negotiations techniques in delicate heart operawlth trench defense and army oitions. ficials this week, and said he was "most satisfied" with results of BOSTON— Dr. Robert B. Berg tne talks has been named pediatncian-inchief at Beth Israel Hospital of The Israel, defense official who was accompanied in his talks by Iser Penn, head of the Israel Purchasing Mission in Europe, also ni • !-': %  (. nch Cab;:. a id such op] osition leaders Mollei and Bourges Man iury. • LOS ANGELES — Irving Hill, president ot the Jewish Federarion Council of Greater Los Angela:,, was appointed this week by


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^^misfflr^j-fi^r — .'. ': ui'~ *iv : ZZT.S There Were No Bombs to Spare for the Murder Camps • %  %  1 %  %  jr %  -. %  %  %  i ae? • -. • %  .... I Browiing With goer; if HILARY mw>im An Endearing Malamud Book r-'f-J ...... I '/ -'' --— %  %  %  %  %  %  : -%  h %  0 apf II %  '%  in who. r for '/f liberal arti iptllu ,. %  • • • -,.' i mud •*.. %  • .• "•' sating evcrj a Len rift .'.-<•..-;.. Ion Paal ;. b marri I to the depai ii has two 'hildren and flfi but BOW aha Or i>. ihe merely neurotic* In the m dro w n ed r .-.peddea wealth. Hu teaching car— t destroyed, tad kid at hi> rid* be la lad aan drfviog off ,n i hand Hadaaa Mad waetber he is victor redeemed sr victim m final fetter* one cannot say the language deligh'-; dat tOBfl is like Chekhov H m Ha BMdaraaaaj, Nabokov Prrbapa it i %  hearts' M lian, this exquisite hiending of irony and sorrow, the ban seeing himwlf from one step away, hi, hobbLng integrity, and Malamud seeing him from two. equal it of laughter and pain It || a whole bOflli of the most endearing ludicrous exper in evocation of man in search of himself For Malamud d not f.-,r s Levin — it in a marvelous tnumpf). ;<"tfi%% I r. — %  -: : '*-• :*':.: %  • *•-: '•* l> 3sk o' VAX LERNR Aferejf Handful Managed the Coup IT'S i • 1S^ <.U;| _-.-:.3 -. s ts a %  ? %  £.'. %  -.: %  -. ..... .... %  ... .. : % %  -. z •• %  : i %  aic ; %  Till : eai : *. Ha • — i [a a %  at "caiarr. ..-..7. i --. ii :i. --• %  N'li %  : --. sjvajs t '• ~ -" %  %  %  [m .-.• %  -----: -:.--... Kreati :-. .• : •tter Tito's -'. '. : I • %  It vti i ill K reirai affiecn 1: u f : --:. oor Aral locial :\-%  %  %  %  S se will have to act as re i arard %  Off frie Record By NATHAN ZIPR1K What are Our Main Goals in Education Today? j %  : .. r. AT THIS TIME ,? ** Irei are trekking back to • "he ajw ,-. for Vkal )..ktioaal at .us the the p-jrpoe of education is to prepar the jaaaf for Lving m a changing world The essence then u not only imparting! of knowledge but its utilization as an instrument vt adThis formulation however does r.o*. over :he specifically Jewish educational objective. Here we are limited to narrower and yet wider specifics. Here — e we abide by the thesis of Jewish hemschech. con•...'.jity — the problem is not alone to make education an rument of adjustment but of very Mlllnl. a lever against submergence a tower a gains*, the waveIt is against that objective that Jewish education can have any meaning I am reluctant to repeat tarnished cliches, but it must be apparent that unless we envisage our educational objective in depth, tn term; of basic Jewish values, we will be feeding our childrt palliatives It la of course gratifying to read about mounang Jewish school enrollment, but the uawet > the problem is not in numbers alone. About Peopl* The head of the Education Department of Mexico City College is a Jewish woman. Malvina Liebman y Miami. A unique feature of the school is that all instruc tion there is in English, the only English-speaking school of higher education in Central and South America. MrLiebman retired in September. 1960 as director of Ele mentary Education for the Dade County School System— the eighth largest in the country. She also gave graduate courses in education at the University of Miami. Her husband. Seymour Liebman, is currently doing research in Mexico with an eye toward writing the first book in English on the history of the Jews in that country.



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Friday. October 13. 1961 +Je*ist fhrfeffort 7-oge 11-A ] iWv 5000 Jemk/ \ "WHO HAVE ALREADY CHOSEN BTJKJLA.L, ESTATES IN 5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET MO 1-7693 Miami's oldest and finest exclusively Jewish Cemetery and Mausoleum Too many people intend to select a family burial site "someday," but never get around to it until they are faced with an emergency. This means making a hasty decision under great emotional stress and hasty decisions are seldom the best ones. That's why you'll be BO wise to join the thousands of other esteemed Jewish families who have already made the decision that will lighten the burden so much, when loved ones are left Their selection of Mount Nebo, Miami's oldest and finest Jewish Cemetery, has been made after the same considered investigation and thought that you would devote to selecting insurance or making a will. Like them, you too will find so many reasons why beautiful Mount Nebo can be your only choice. „ % % %  Mount Nebo*? Perpetual Care Fund NOW EXCEEDS $150,000 Administered by The First National Bank of Miami. %  :aiu trustee, this steadily increasing fund is the -i of its kind owned by any Jewish Cemetery in da. Every cent is devi led lo the upkeep and beautifi:i of Mount Nebo's gr< inds. To' you this means owning a burial estate in sum riding! thai will always ned with parklike %  MOl NT NEBO IS S< l CON\ ENIENTLY LOCATED use your own car or depend • n ;. transportation, Mount Nebo ii essibk MOUNT NK.nO IS 50 wilt KSTAW.ISHEP Miami's oldest exclusively Jewish cemetery; has for years. been a place of solace, inspiration and beauty. BURIAL ESTATES CANNOT BE TAXED Neither can they he seized for debt. They are nonassessable, lien and judgment-proof; A FIM FOlRnVPLAN provides burial protection for the entire family. It is effective "pon acceptance of your application. WRITE FOR DETAILS TODAY 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY 5505 N.W. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida rieaw pond me. without oblipation. full information on Family Burial Estates in Mount Nebo. Ncme. Addrtx. Wy. .Zor*. .Slot*. —i



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lirA rradsr --*'•5 I Bureau Wll Heor Reports, HoW Election %  -. r, .. %  ---• • • ': i -. KGTI Rabbis Will Meet Gen. Ycdin • -. .... i i '. %  •• < • < •-. Hi %  -•-_. • .* < • i • t Beth David •. •-.--> • •-%  I i ; *< I .-< •* %  etteri .'•'.•'. fc i Kechho '-.'.' el the J -.-.'. /-?.*. aeau • ROOM TIN eitraoraiatan M • < ilaBOfafJ It* I /--•.ofM %  %  pp**r here r >•-' '-. '/> Ml '.-r-ivr. oho loath Plonda Di %  r < o of UN Ha r. i %  Jack D &fdfl", p'*'t' w>dntihip ** ^t^ SetM E!" %  j P*v**reh '• %  '•*' v* ISM H*tw 'Jr* /*f. • • .--%  5 • -. '<". %  c he profesvyr fco piaj • < .• the .-• %  ..--' the Sea •'roE • heir rep* -. :,.-<..-. the Hebrew L n vei rtj : I I • • .-• •• .-..\v of 0 the '..'i*rr., Beach Hi^h School A .'.*.•'..-. .f ,-r. Viiir. former ceanmander *&-}> KJJ of the %rro} of Israel it icheeMod to arrive ..-. the L'aited •VJ'< % %  m rr.id-OcU/tx r v, beejr. a lodart icajf lot the American rr.e.-.lt I.-. *;':•..-. •', MiaoM v irh Chkaa? i>... AnfelM *ryj PtuladefpOM a.-< < r. • %  %  i KH :•-•;.*. -;-•. tea*; Ma I 1 %  %  1. *. 11 %  *—;---•--. 2.. *-.,i-. re: -. i -%  : --.-• •. N•v-.--i. IC iW| He..„ r ...... 4 T .._ 5 ^ L — t E i-r •*—• %  0; i r eo — *;-•--•-.: %  -i*-j", yMeatoi ati -.? %  -, $<* % % %  mfz — i/K.. s r edo of %  : I rebo a r • trail a .-<<}..'%  kti :>-.' %  .'.. p -. %  %  of .-' Bureau o d b r • repot ill t>* be ; I Bnrea activil •Yehudah Moshe Forms New PTA L.;.--'i aaaoeaaecs *Jb< %  aakd xu-i %  %  -: \\ I I : I .j Moadon Will Honor Travelers MMdOi Hebrew zr'*ip iil meet .Sur.o> evesiog at the Farhar.d Cultural f^r.ttr M2 Washington ave for a aocial ui honor of Dr. Nar.anial .Soroff. president, ana z (map of merr.be.-recently retanted from Israel Prograo nclude impresElect Rabbi Miller ~ :-. a.-.-: n and ':..' %  ::'cer wilJ follow. I r.^ -.HZ--.%  -%  : %  .:. Israel Bf V IIIWI ii g "-': % %  Na3JonaJ Fund Council ai Srectes Mianu oexi Wednao oory -• -^ Fontaineoleou bo toi Leon J E uer" :: •he IccaJ Cou n cil Civil Defense Course Offered Bpecia en .04 'It 1 -. YMHA :%' % %  /. NE 6' u : a%e TSe course under the dbrecti i of Dr. Leo Bo^ie.*.. will run for four ireefcj star) D| I Ifoudaj Oct 9. from 7:M to 10:30 p.m. The t Oar at rtl cover left --^MCa* nawonal emersenc> fallout danger, natural hazard', and what the fa.T.ih <-hould know regarding theta shuations CootirHd tram t>$* 1-A REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE •#r*t*r Micr-i't lorftit I OMttt l.aplir for '. ir'.i'.i%*\, %  ehnai 4 leNMOf S'.h"cl*. ITaofwaaa t fetaif IS/fU MFfi AHb MO/Cir/fS 1f tjMoMaafoahra, Jf 1-9017 he I %  : -• :.•<-<: %  : ... f a • a add: • • %  '• 1 ••.' back 10 Z.on *.-.<.-0 .r.ri first peaci tf. LAKLSIDE lOfftlAl PARR AND (,AP,DI\ MAISOIMM MO FUL j; // • %  r N W 25th ST. at 103rd AVE TU 5-1639 Miami Hebrew Book Stort l(H V/'.M.',CON *VE Mumi B'.h JE I -SI", He&'*w Rlis.cu S.pp IM 'or •yn0aguM SH*ol| 4 *•• t t/e ISRAELI 4 COMES'iC G FT8 N£WM%N fUNERAL HOME i*J} D*M BOUl rvARO M.'AA/.I etACM fEfferson 1/677 E< ward T. Newmon fur^t'jl Di't' KM .„-am>> m SPtClAUlE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From S7 50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 Silverman Unveiling ... LOW SaVfRMAN — tJ loader, October 15th of 2 p.m. %  PALMER MEHNLUS L-* ,;%  : C. P — al -'•-Jii Im "^ •'••• KJ i,Wrrf oomoBM Ctekr •TIOCK O* AGES FAMILY MEVCPALS ^tlfe *e .t % i-^ W. J • ^^ .'. • th'nd .. j0 *3 i P "c I ^r i' ^a C .•'. 1 -ii f c %  _-_ Scheduled L'-vei!ings StfHOAT. on *•£ :61 •If. Sine; fjllftlt SJCTE HRfCi a.m. *1. riete CtTi'i-y HTMAN KMUtatM ':J0p.n. PA L M ER'S MIAMI MONUMfNT CO 3279 S.W. c'H Street HI 4-0921 Maaei K' 4 0922 THU7MOW0 MOmMth T CO. jwwfs row re v/s/r raff* SMOWPOOMS A.VO ZMLLI LOOK 'Off rwo sroar rYHJII HUILDING U %  M M4f A'f SfffVI 70U /.S W£ N4V£ $0 AWr 07H£ffS 3253 S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-1614 HI 4-2157 MimoMMi of BMwrr DIGNITY AND Pfff/WAMNcr GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'il Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FAA dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE ConcertsI WKAT-FM



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.-.> -B Jf**i*f Fkri'fi^r F.-.dcv """* ~r ... 5 ^......• • %  .............<...-..•.• % %  ••-.. %  %  '•'— Needs Money? include* lop E abelk Cooper Essie Abrama Port •" '• "-;:-:A. Cohen Loon Linger, Lea. B Cdna Anderson,, Florence Albert Bot* Shapiro Quenun torn row -;.-' ; Ann rl/vr^or. Sylvia Davis, Sally Leo David Drnckei Rube Sbelisi Doris Pardo, AHce Lee. Lyn Potash, R Bob Brenner. Centex row Ethel Wolk. Ruth Baker. loqbeBe Green. Arcre V .-.-,. Levinson. lackye King Bcnbara leneReibeL Comedy Features Noted Pros' At Beth Sholom • %  Del Bdaj) eve* =. v .oiom AudiMr a.r %  I H %  X I to 1 I 1 pre! I --. •: • %  '..':'. %  '. Martin ... nerjr ar.--: ;• lead Li n airtakes the par. of a thai vith the hobN; The cast I %  :'• -;onalBob Brenne: '-. berl Roen. Pri the r-orforrric; will b< ed for tn< S -"erhood^ ;< ... •!>• fund. Mrs : %  y. Kr.~T :president :h<: Sift* %  '..'.. ...V Sn tn • .: cnorge 01 v Soy Chapter IUt1ing f Pa* j^ '••iC KM Labor Low Lecture Series rs:tj "cej The l< Lei 1 %  -. t! %  Silver. Pallet. St 1 %  rtomics The -• r > ':.-. •fay ir^m 3.' to 9 •• the Sll G9EETKS ww CARDS $150 WITH YOJR SJA M.E CN A.A.A. PRINTERS 208 N.E. 2nd AVI FR -632 Study Group Marks One Year Mi n's Tali cur rently celebrating its completion of on year i : -t.ne. '•Torah. of Tru is the title of •.he program, *hicl Is heard Sun'WKAT. Rab bi H 1.0 % %  %  itman, spiritual leadei : Beth Israel, is monitor. 1 group attracts professional and businessmen from throughout the Greater Miami area, who meet to st scuss Talmud and SEASONAL RENTA LS -. .-. TC MAV 's: OcMittr -."' %  •• -•a-. %  :-. h c; • •s. R;ci-S *• '.F FuMy Equ cc?: E" •" Shares a. t at $4C Colony Hot?l 736 Cn Saturday. BOARD I ROOfv Want?? 1 Icr "••€( Akin COUEC-E STUDENT in his 20's. Con bi '-. town a Mtskirt*. Call mom -r. p?*we FR 3 ?5"8 BEDROOM FOR RE 4 in strictly kssher home tor 0 ..rT. All privilcoes, ir \v4ing kit-:m, TV & phone. Coll bece 9 a.m. 0' afMf 6 p.m. H c 6908 Lady alone, wcu'd like to Share Her Kcme in SW section with 2 midctleoged lad ;s or business couple. Privote roo" 1 both & all privileges. References e::tongtd FR 2 "3A3 1 "Tempo Fashions for Temple Livinq," a fashion show coordinated by Mrs. Richard Herold. left, and Mrs. Norman N. Shapiro, wife of Beth David's spiritual lrad.-r. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, for Beth David Sisterhood, wul be presented Wednesday at the synagogue's auditorium. 2625 SW 3rd ave., at 12.30 p.rh. Sisterhood members will model their own clothes denoting, proper attire to'be worn at future Sisterhood events. Mrs. Mibx Id/cobson, president, will conduct the business irieeting.prior lo jLhe fashion show which is under the direction of Mrs. Michael Covin, program vice president. See Us for Low Cost Home Financing 5 Convenient Offices Servo Dodo County MAIN OFFICE lOILFIoglerS. AUAPATTAH BRANCH 1400 N.W. 36lh St PER ANNUM Current Dividend Rale ON SAVINGS TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W.8H1SL NORTH MIAMI BRANCH ^ 12370 M.W. 7th Ave. OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 170 MILLION DOLLARS EDISON CENTER BRANCH 5800 N.W. 7th Ave. %  \



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Friday. October 13. 1961 +Jmlst> nurHirtr Page 3-B ^^^^H Lav :<*m Maat** %  ? A. *"" -W ^ : %  ."> sJfe *^^ J %  ^^y£r WfmL i f ^L ik,vw^ 1 JIZ Volunteer Service To be Expanded Receiving the City of Miami Proclamation, signed by Mayor Robert King High, designating October as Hadassah Month, are (leit to right) Mrs. Norman Chasin, Miami chapter membership vice president; Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, president; and Vice Mayor Judge Henry Balaban. In response to the increased inj terest and participation of residents, the Jewish Home tor the I Aged and the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, are making plans to ex' pand their volunteer service program. On Monday, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,


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Friday. October 13. 1961 *• Jewish noridHaui Page 9-A Dr. lack Kapchan and Mrs. Milton Margulis view display of humcn relations exhibit which will be central theme of a TV ch. 2 program on Thursday, Oct. 19, at 8:20 p.m. 'We Humans' Will Be Shown on TV Three community education forces hove pooled •heir talents to bring to th^ Dade county public .,:. i nusual television program. On Thursday, Oct 19, at 8:30 p.m.. TV ch. 2 will present a show based ,i ii a human relations exhibit entitltd 'We Etonians." I); Jack Kapohan, as=ociate protisxir of psychology and social science at the University of Miami, will be narrator for the program. The project is being coordinaled in the Greater Miami chapter of the American Jewish Committee. The disp'.jy of eight, threedimensional panels, draws upon an'hi cpology, sociology, and biolopy to explode misunderstandiro .-bout differences among peop'e. Product: by the Carnegie Museum for the United Steel Welters, ths exhibit is on loan to the local c-io-sr of the American Jewish Committee. I rally. It ,ha s been displayed in the Irbby of th.? Miami Library. Main Branch, und is now on exhibit at fte University of Miami Sturtent Lounge. It has been shown ii major cities throughout the United States and habeen acclaimed bj i athollc, Protestant, Jewish and secular educators. It has been used ay public ils universities and museums I clarify basic matters relative to intergrdup relations. Museum pieci are used 'hroughout to Illustrate scientific information about H understanding of race. The i 2 telecast will be a taped recording of Dr. Kjpchan's closed Circuit telecast to 2.500 University of Miami students in the social science program here. Mrs. Milton Margulis, AJCommittee coordinator for the project, ari'I"''l •••*! ch t |.


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Poge : A + }€i*t FkrMisr Prtdoy, October 11 Jewish Publisher Deed at Age 70 •*%  as i I I] I V buies stari %  • II, ]• %  •• -48 SAMUEL FtffMAND Combined Jewish Appeal Will Conduct Cash Campaign Here Beginning Oct. 29 Greater 31 %  Ded Jewish "• cam< • II bi %  %  < eet Israel r • %  fmanci i %  % % %  LONG-DISTANCI MOVERS !***!=—-— man .;•{:: thai %  asn"t pre. j -.;. • .'." e 'i. 5: c-ef ~as been the rise, Lefcourt i.. e c -hat a ready there is taNl c-^ c-ee more constructing — — c-e-trenail eamps-"wrTich mearj — a eoarot all over again." 7 %  %  t proj • : : • : reater M %  %  • %  -. • • no a :. Temple Emanu-EI Friedland at Dinner Bo; trustees the 1 at a 28. at Ui our thanks 1 Mr I %  • • be ace i the U years h Temple aa its presiroseph M. Liptr-n. who and to office last May. Friedlan .now >er\;ng as rman t "he congregation's board "Mr. Friedland's interests in causes affecting the welfare of his fellowmen is universally known," Upton continued, "and, today, he is recognized as one of America's outstanding Jewish leaders. "We are especially prcud of his rd of leadership at Temple Emanu-EI and we all want to bethis jusl hoi r upon him." In discussing Fnedland's role in thesynagogue, Dr. Lehrman. er Of Temple Emanu.-.id that "Mr. Fnedland's high tandard ol od de' ngregatioi aar. exam; Honor Samuel Tribute Oct. 28 "Durinj his ur %  %  i • •• it %  -. an I • t recepcommittee and -< eral i .'.tee? are r. | organized under his ::on. Amor.g the pr< minent guests who will a;-;.Louis A : the J '•' ninZl %  ISRAELI REAL ESTATE sro^EY SA.LANT Jimmy Grippo at USY %  strati %  %  %  %  %  • nces thai U .:.. agers in t! tt v PICK-UPS New York, New Jersey, Philadelphio, Baltimore, Wcsh'pgton, Boston — oil other points. DIAL JE 88353 M. Uebermin 6 Son fcI5 COIUNS AVE. MIAMI BEACH RETLRS LOAD RATES Hygiene fc be Discussed Greater Miami American NaturalHygii • £ •:; %  will meet SatB at the Wash:. [Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. ,114 Washington ave. Ur. Herbert %  1 S .'The Hygienic System'" will be discussed. I: HARRY GRAND SALES West nghct.se E'ectcal Supplies Whoiesa e Distributor* fc all Weitmqhouse L^r-.t Bi.-lt—Phcto. Fluorescent, Regar. Automotive, rduftrial Sm :t h • Ccror.a Typewriters. Adding Machines iRepairtf Cash Registers — Harry Grand 146 Giro Wo Ave. HI 3-7192 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" SerWaa tat Jtwlih Community i'rzi 1926 muws ONE AND osir JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CATEP/NG EXClUSWEir TO Thf JEWISH :. EMEU GUARANTEED f KEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES S MIAMI I GRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES FOUTSTOMS Only $25.00 Why Pay More? Buy for less at Palmer's and Save All Monuments Custom Mode in Our Own S*icpi w'fhin 3 Deft I (pf&ppQte ounce, PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Styles for Men and Women EREE FARKING SPACE IN MAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD On the Moll' Phone JE 8-0749 OCtiUSTS PRESCff PTfCSS HLLED CONTACT LENSES 277 7.9 %  1 SOUTHWEST 8th STREET Mm ta Corner of 33rd Avtnu* PHONES r H ^' 21 PHONES. J H| 44 9iJ *joiiMpn V S tV,' jr* Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 45 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH Phone JE V3595 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHfrV YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED We can answer your phone in your own nimi. Les$ than S5 per week for a full time Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR emm Let us repair it or apply a new one. Far free estimate phone: ACME ROOFING CO. 0X1-1321 *# 2KW| BEWARE OF THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFO needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your fjrriture, clothing, 1 linens, dishes, drapes, ate! All p.o:**ei t c 'ewj-ds i-ooortojl the Ho-i Y c -,-v lentrikjaia, taWJ a t d*d..- ec- 0 iy cash '•"" %  R-.~b' ~i-.N0T • prefH aiali : af c-ii-ni-.ajJ are helping .cEC unit) -s kttp I it dignity. I. B ng o----i >ej ar* help -s .c.-- • MnwTTTay r ONE STOP AGENCY JtWELRY—PURS—MISClLLANIOUi PLOAHRS AUTOMORILE LIARILITY ft PHYSICAL DAMAOI Limits te meet year aeeeJI The Aoeacy that CAN say YES! Coe't let year agent say "It Can't le Cce !" ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. n VJu !" nbm k NEWEST AND MOST MlfULOfCrK...



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Friday. October 13, 1961 "-Jewisti f/rricfiatjn Page 5-A Minyonaires Elect Officers On Sunday morning, Oct. 1, after! The congregation plans to daily ana evening services, es lish adult study groups open to the general public, and encoui ige the use of the building by Je\. I organizations as a meeting pl;n A i-istcrhond group.-it*, flow b> Thco.iore Bcrman, chairman of organized and membership :~ the nominating committee, and Da-1 to all women interested In syoavid Fisher, to committecman, ofgogre work fered the following slate of oflicers free Concert Tickets a breakfast hosted by Max Ternchin, and served by Mesdames Morris Schlachter and David Fisher, the Minyonaires held their first congregation meeting in their new building at 3737 Bird rd. E'nci B'rith Women leaders discuss the organization's membership drive for 1961-62. Left lc right are Mrs. David Sherper, coordinating chairman of the mass initiation Nov. 20 at the I'eauville hotel; Mrs. Irving Riemer, president, Kiam Council; Mrs. Samuel Mostel, membership vice president of Council; Judge Milton Friedman, president, B'nai B'rith District 5; Miami Mayor Robert King High; Mrs. Max Kern, membership vice president of Miami Beach Council; and Mrs. Esther Lerman, piesident, Miami Beach Council. President,, Max Temchin; honorary president. David Fisher; Reserved seats for this s; si first vice president, Irving Wexler; Miami Beach Civic Orchestra < second vice president. Morris Sch1 certs in the municipal auditoriu lachter; treasurer, Leon Cimentjlat the rate of not more than iinaneial secretary. Fred Haas; per person, may be obtained at I recording secretary, Arthur auditorium on the day each i Deutsch; religious chairman. IsiSunday conceits takes place, fi I dore Kessler; gabbi, Philip Rice; 9 a.m. until 12 noon, or until the sexton, Theodore Berman; house: supply is exhausted. Concert da • chairman. Joseph Wayner; 'magarc Oct. 15, Nov. 26. Dec. 17 gid," Le-ter Shapiro; and kiddush 7. Feb. li. Mar. 4, Apr. i committee. Sam Aiken. May 13. Ben Gurion Planning Dec 8 Trip to Africa TEL AVIV — (JTA) — Prime proceed to Burma as the guest el Minister David Ben-Gurion is ex} Burmese Premier U Nu, the paper petted to visit Africa later tins, said. year, according to a report pub-; N i ger ian Premier S. L. Aklishcd here in Yed.ot Aharonot, an ^-^ here Monday M ..Iternoon daily. The report said, anicd by Mrs Akmlola ^ the Premier would probably at1,^ mmimn # w> government tend the Tanganyika independence L a weeR s ylsil Thc viM ls celebrations on Dec. 9 and may alof |he Wesl Nigerian Prcmi er' s so visit Upper Volta as a guest oi i l our of njne counlries ln lne Mid Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, on behalf of the Israeli Government, announced by Kivuoni College here. The college was organized to impart adult education to residents of Tanganyika of all races. Thc English language books deal with economics, sociology and other fields. THE IEFI... US I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A refugees from Nazi Germany were simply .lews—neilher more nor less than that—except, paradoxically, for Hitler, who knew better. so, when Ilias shuns sec* reference to the Castro And tarian tragedy, even as such reft re is being emphasized in anot cooperating sectarian agency at the very same Cuban Rein. Relief Center, and in newspap Ihroughout the land, it seei is that once again Jews are be shortchanged — and this timt I y their very own. die East, Europe and the United States with the objective of seeking assistance tor development schemes in the fields of agriculture and industry. Las.t year a group of Israeli exPresident Yameogo, who recently visited Israel. Efforts also are being made to arrange a meeting between Mr. Pen Gurion and Jomo Kenyatta, the nationalist leader of Kenya. who was recently released from; perts visited Nigeria and prepared' a British prison. Unless major in-1 a Diue pnnt lor ine agricultural ue(ernal or international develop-'; V elopment ol the country About l ents interfere, Premier Ben-: 4 wu \\ es t Nigerian youth are cxCurion might extend this visit and pec ( C d to arrive in Israel next year lor training in cooperative settlements. Altogether, some 600 Israeli experts are currently worki.. n ,ii ,ei .Nigeria. YUBAN SALUTES The Simcha of Modern Israel TEL AVIV on the Mediterranean Sea is a crty of wonder, Israel's largest and one of the world's most exciting. For here is a commingling of cultures brought by Jews from virtually every country on earth busy by day in commerce and industry...gay by night in cafes, clubs and theaters...with exotic bazaars and fashionable shops, and hotel accommodations ranging from ultra-luxurious to modest. 3.000 Volunteers Sign Up for UF % ver 5.000 volunteers have been I lor the United Fund cam i it has been announced by i ard F, Swenson, jr.. general 1 gn chairman. i nson also revealed that 100 ish speaking volunteers had d up in response to an appeal 0 i lei Ision. rhe United Fund now has available a 12-minute color film enUtled •In Your Hands." Produced entirely in Dade county, the iilm points up thc services of UF agencies and the importance of their work. It is hoped that everyone in 1 de county will see the film in the next lew months. The UF campaign begins Sun day, Nov. 5. This year's goal is 2 798,822 to support the work of 39 health, welfare and character building agencies. U.S. Officials Sabotage Policy Continued from Page 1-A CV( n refused lo come to the aid ol American businessmen, of any h ith, placed on the Arab blacklist use ol trade with Israel." He held that these conditions "id not be tolerated. "U there • %  to be any international hla-'" Aid to Tar.ianyika DAR ES SALAAM. Tanganyika— (JTA) — Israel has agreed to send a s.ait of five experts to Tanganyika to help establish a youth training tenter based on the kibbutz system, Rashuli Kawawa, Minister without Portfolio, announced .h.s week on his return from an eight-day visit to Israel. The Tanganyika Official, who was a guest of the Israel Government, said the experts were due at the end oi October for preliminary talks. The center, where about 3d African youths will be trained in cooperative and farming project methods, will be opened on Tanganyika's independence day, Dec. 9. The official also reported that Israel has offered 40 scholarsnips to Tanganyika trade onion leaders, farm organization officials and cooperative societies members to visit Israel for three weeks to study aspects of Israeli cooperatives and farming techniques as well as trade union methods. Other Israeli assistance included 12 scholarships tor four months of stud) starting January, 192 m Israel for leadership training and an unlimited number of scholarships, for use starting in 1962. in such subjects as irrigation, agriculture, engineering and medicine,. The :. lire cost ol Ihe scholarships is being • % %  i>ciny iiitiliiiiuwii.il iijoi list. I would hope our government covered by the Israel Government, .1. ,.Mi*.i.,t .-Mrl the official said. A gift of 350 books, from Mrs. would maintain one against any country that discriminates agakisl Americans of any faith. Our present practice not only gives away American dollars with no strings attached, it actually allows the beneficiary to impose unAmerican conditions on the aid we are giving : Age Friendship Club of the Greatthem. Such a policy cannot win er Miami Jewish Community Cen us any respect. Ncifhcr does itlter last Sunday. Speakers were serve the cause of peace,'' Sen. %  attorneys Joe Marcus and Robert. Keating emphasized. JFriedman. Discuss McLeod Amendment McLcod amendment was discussed ai a meeting of the Golden Hnoto courtesy ol Israel ollice ol Information, .V. Y.) EVERY SIP OF YUBAN IS A SIMCHA IN ITSELF BECAUSE IT IS THE WORLD'S RICHEST COFFEE This is indeed the world's richest tasting coffee because Yuban adds to its blend, aged coffee beans...aged like the best flavored wine and cheese. Deep, dark delicious Yuban.,.every cup, every sip a joy in itself! 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Tnclay. October 13. 1961 Isr* Uf F%rr''*l'*r* Fcge 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NCTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ; thai | ; • :• %  %  VI • %  1 SALoN iti 'id.t %  rk %  :' i cull rt of Dade i "V'KRON in 6r MENU NOTICE UNDER FICTiTiOUS NAVE LAW -,'••> l %  • %  I • i • : name • RKS VAX RANT AI Street %  mi %  • %  %  r i. | thi Cireul • I %  >N LKE -/.. SILVER .v f, r Applicant BY HENRY LEONARD KVHER 10 I ANOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF F.OB DA IN AND FOR DADE CCUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 10524 i\-i RiriA HICKMAN, plaintiff, AI I VN HICKMAN. i.i i. ndant. SU.T FOR D.VORCE i.i.VN HICKMAN North Street I aeon, Ni w Vci i< ... h< !• b) notlfli d that a Bill ,,i ron>| lain! for Divorct ha a bet n nil • ... Bind you, and you are rei ., i, -. rvi a coi ir Answt i ng to tin %  Complaint • %  WILLIAM i I'KTl RS, '-1 Not t.'i,. si 2ni % %  •. Ida %  i file thi ., ... Answt i or I ;• In i hi %  the 'lerk ol thi %  before the l II >. fall to %  %  .• • | teliel di li • SH 1 W ;;• •:: %  i.i" • • %  • it .> I -21 "But, Sir, my daughter already donated ... in Sunday School.'* COB' 16t. beyu rrduiioi LEGAL NOTICE FOR TAX DEED File 5222+ .. S& : %  : %  %  • %  -.. %  I thi %  aid lax %  %  %  %  T)u thi • • %  %  -• > : %  ... %  ....• %  .. • | %  LEGAL NOTICE NOT CE UNDER FIC~ TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE • I %  %  .-! %  -• %  %  ,N ES IN at -" '. Street I in%  %  : %  • • • • '. %  %  New' % %  %  • %  i %  i TME CIRCUIT COURT OF THI E.LEI ENTH „D'OAL CIRCi.lT OF FtC Z N AND FCR CADE. NTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 6-.CS033 •%  • %  • :. i.i \ %  and a -• %  MYOL \NIV\ llvidua.il>' and %  L< gal • ol HI >PE C Rl XAS, %  • tiff, va. A ALUM BO, .. I ngl man. 9 W BATTI8T1, JOSEPH i I and MARIE J. D'AMATO, I • f mlaitts. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION li •.-;•! li I I'AMATI I and I..I: i D'AMATO i Sa] i nsll Avenue ; ng la and, New York nd each of you are bereJb) •hat a complaint haa been riled ..• 1 you In thi abo\ i atylet Chancery by YOLANDA I i X rormerly known aa Ym.ANI Ri -x •,-. and alao ai metlmt know a STl >LANDA t'ICCONE, lnLegal Guai an of H i ROXAS a mlnoi child v,. i ervi ipon I IE< >Rt IE %  iNEL-L P alntlfl m> ..;.!.. I Inc. 2. Florida, i HI with i Court an answer t thi tobei 18 • %  :'. -% %  be i indtd | | %  : It • %  •. CE UNDER FACTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is :. I • • • • .1 t j t Sou i .. • I • %  I .' • •.. Hit! I s % %  ni • • F ants Of ; %  -.....: e l-idg. M %  Fla. ? 22-29 .i iLEGAL NOTICE tei IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 53870-A IN RE: Estate of SAMUEL I RETMAN .. SAM PREYMAN Deci ised NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Peraoni • Ins Clalmi oi I • manda Agali at Estate: Yon an in ii b) notlflt d am: ... •,. preat ..: any clalma and It %  •i wh:..'. I h.,\akalnst in. eatati ol SAMUEL FRETMAN ,, k a SAM PR! VMAN d< I I lade County, Fli r da, It lh< i t> .1 idgea i Dadt "out tj and file aan It 6 ati provldt • seel Ida Stat utei li • %  • :. • u : : %  ; %  • -.\ ... : • • %  • • r thi .... %  • : .. %  %  : g %  • THE r COURT OR 1 THE ELE ENTH DIClALC'RCuTOF ; = : i •. %  N C ROR DADE NT> N CHANCERt 1 ... • i IHAM %  • CE OF SO'T I %  that thi been in%  | v, in the • %  i the J It of Flori '.'. for Dad< f,ore,:i, n !! %  • following ill • r,: • ii i rty : Block :<0, OclUly WAY BECTH N A, PART .V jici-oriJing ti thi Pli I thereof, reenrdetl in I'lat Book 6.*, at Paye 17 of the PublM Hi cords Of Dade Co r'.da. Tn. mired to file your anti plaintiff a complaint with the if the aforesaid Court, and thereof upon plaintiff's ney MARTIN FINE, Hth 1 "• t deral Buildina:, Miami 31, noi later than Ni \i mber I 191 a Dei rat Pro Confeaat • ), Miami, Plot %  this 3rd day ( • ; IM1 KATHERMAN. Clerk. : ourl (aei I) .NWAY ity Clerk r TINE Attorney for Plaintiff Hth 1 it !•, deral Building Florida 10/6-li IN T E : -:.:: c RT c F T K E ,cn ... :-_.-.' r RLOR.DA i AND FOR CADE ;:.'.' %  N CHANCE '.. e"C7M! ,N ASS hir wlft %  NOTICE OF SI ~ %  'I PI %  %  %  : • N • • %  %  %  %  %  %  Yt eretj tif that thi I ,. %  %  11 i : %  tituted a at you i I • % %  Court Of thi t Ol Florida in and ft r Dada County .1 a mortgage upon.tnt foUowlng d, BCI II ed r< ..l prt i • rty l,i %  %  i ri.'NA VISTA GARDENS, ccordlng U 11 • then %  %  ordt d In 1 ii. Ret -.in? '' rlda, y, %  ... |red to file your anawer 1 :.. %  : 'L with thi : • • • iforesa I eof upon attorn. > M .i:T!N l INE, I •' da, not iattr than Oct. 3' Of .. let %  • 1'• : • entered i. %  i it By. 1 Dei MAR'I ney for Pli tifl | %  -18-20 NOT CE BV PUBLICATION IN ThE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF F^OR DA IN A\D FC 0 TADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 1C51 • %  : .• • : ;A, % %  EL FCR D k/ORCE %  %  %  %  %  • • • • ..... • reed t" servi .... %  %  %  • %  %  %  • • % %  ..-. ..... • %  %  -' %  %  Bill of %  h %  I r consecutive week ;w SH PI ORIDIAN l • MB ANB ORDERED at Mian I ird day ..; October A 11 1161. !•: B LEATHERMAN, Clt i ourt, I 'adi County, Ploi itla seal) B) HELEN KESSL1 R Deputy Cl. rk '•'• HOWARDS 7500 Red Road South .Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 10 E-18-21 %  :: NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ndl i -itm (I, desirlnt to 1 xineaa andt r the flctltloua name of i-'.'— BIPTION DELIVERY SERVSouthweat 79th Court. Florida Intenda lo register •: ime with tin Clerk f th< I pi Dade County, Florida. ;.i: BI -I:NTHAO .'. pi N AND IREED 27, 11 3 NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW %  :••:.> VEN thAt ihi eraigm desiring t %  • % %  :..' %  HEALTH SALON at %  • Mil lends I %  -.-:• %  e with thi ... t ol Da dt %  ... •.: :E UNDER c B US NAME LAM N %  %  • -••..• %  • %  with thi ide SEPH A. VAL1 N %  %  l to t • lea nl %  20-2; %  %  !•..' %  %  f Septi A.O. • LEATHERMAN, of Cli It Ci • • 'i inty, Pit T Ida i l. M. LEEPER, ly i %  .. t 15-22-29, l" • :: NOTICE E-v PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Nc. CC 1C77 FLORENCE C. CORCORAN, Ji UN E Cl >R( IRAN, Defen .. nl SUT FOR D'VOF.CE Tt • 'i IHN E, CORCt IRAN Addi ess I'nkn Yi It >HN i: I'I 'i.i '< >RAN art hen b> notlfl %  • i i II %  %  Complain! i i : • : beel : %  %  % % %  .. i. II. and yoi • %  to aervt ii er or Pit adii i i fls Att SANI SVt ERDl.IN. • Seybuld I ... nswi n thi • J.'... || .... tfault • %  • ORDER ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 9* Jin isti Ifk riidlifajn solicits your legal notices. We appreciate yomr patrcr.age and guarantee accurota service.at legal rates Dial Fit 3-IHtff icr messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Is. HEREBY GIVEN that lined dt sii ing t.. engage In : he flctll loua names of K '.'.• ANI> si.i lANE UROLuOl .1. ASSOCIATION and or HARROW AND Sl.i'ANE I'lil'l.iHlli-AI. %  -.. \ : i \ OP GREATER MIAMI %  Coral Way, Miami. Florida In;, n tt register gald names with tho Clt: k • %  : thi i 'Ircull Courl oi Dade < Ida, HARRt W AND Sl-< ANE l" !;• 11,l Hi A I. ASSt It MATH >.v I I GREATER MIAMI. P \ i \ Bent .1 i t Harrow, M l. i Jack A. Sloane, M.D. -,r.. \MI:S ,v RITTER 1150 8 W Flrat Btreet, Miami, Fla .... :. ii irrow and Sloane .: Assot iatlon "f Greatei P.A. '. 22 % %  i" it-ID i -: HI J%  %  NC"'CE E %  • %  BLICATION N :. : RCt T :OURT OF THE ELEVENTH ..." C ^-C'RCLiTGF FLCCN -ND FCC DACE IN CHANpERY, %  -c 61C 10076 %  1 ONALD H i RANI V. ..nt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO 1 < iNALD H BRANI 1 i : .. ve, Apart mi I North Syrat uet New York v. i. DONALD H. BRANDY art herebj T...uii... that a Bill ol Complaint for Divorct baa be/ filed against you, and .-in an required t.. at I %  • a copj oi your Anawer ••! Pleading to the Dili of Complaint on thi plaintiff's Attorney, SANFORD M. BWEB.DI.IN. Suitt B19 Seybold Building, Miami, County of Dade, Florida and file ti,. .. %  .nawt: oi Pli adlng In the offict if the Clerk ol the Circuit Court i :i oi before tht 30th daj i i October, 1961 U you fail to do j idg enl bj efa alt will I • U en for thi i. ii-f di ma i %  • n i h< Bill ol C plaint. Dt 'NE AN1 • iRDERED at M I Florida Ulal ..... t f > ptt mbei A.D .'. I. LEATHERMAN f the t i It-1 (geal) by: J ... RIB, Deputy i • SANFl •!.. :>: SV. ER1 :.!N Suite SI Seyl Bld| : %  ... NOT CE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE %  HEREBY GIVEN thai thi : ... dt siring to • ngage In %  nami of KNOI SI "ARMS at S231 North".st :.: ml, Pli ntt nd to [ifnt with tht Clerk of i Court : %  .1 KNt 'i'. .1 K.N'ol'SI %  • %  K %  %  %  in II NOTCE 0=" APPLICATION ~CR "AX DEED File E22 Notici •-.!: %  given that Na:>,ani: %  • Slegel holdi I • %  • rax Salt %  %  • floats lumban i, dau d tht let nay of l.m>9, has filed said Ct rtlfrate in n,y office, and h..madt Plication fot tax deed tt laaoe then in aficoi i Itk Bald I !t the following described rty, situated in I>nde County, Florida, t<- II : Lots'6 & 7, Block 8, Broaaier'a Subdlvlad n Amended Plal Bi t li i Pa .: th< ItJ i f Miami, County JUDGE'S COURT INANDFORCACE COUNTY, FLORID* N PROE *-T£ 53797-C if %  ;. := TC :-.E: -ccs • • • : It • %  t the i • -.... %  %  if I inty, i tht • S t .. t • .... Blend at the %  •. : or tht : ati tMii -' %  : .i : of tht Bati tt •• N s I B^ret ting, : •• %  CLAUDE M BARN Alton, • v f, r 1L\. i ,.ir.x alun • % %  Bldg, Mianii. Florida B 29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE lb HEBJ LtY 11 V I 'I the tmderalgned, u. tngagt .:• busineei under the fi<::' mi ol HOST SANDWICH SHOP at r.umber ;tiN B. 2nd Avenue in tr.i <.f Miami, i .of.n.. :. lati i with tht %  %  f the art oi Florida. I '..: %  %  • I 2M1 • HYMAN '• Wt st treet %  I 1 .5' U t. -13 20 .C CE UNDER FICTll O JS NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN I eii-luin engairt inder the fU-titli %  RED LADY at %  %  • j iwaj South Miami In: egister said nami with the it Court ••: i %  •'•'•• %  %  • RSTAN INC. A Fla. Corp, LI NORTON ,, llcant Bldg. 9 29, II 6-1J-J0 NOTCE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 52420 IN H E Estate ol 11 \I.I:Y ISAACSON I ct ast ii. Cret Iti ra and All Pt raona Havng i ima or Di manda Agalnat Bald Estate: You, a .. • •" ii of you. art hi rt by notifit required to preaent any I in.mils which you. or ihei .' %  may have agalnat th estatt f HARRY ISAACS" iN dt ....... ati ol i >ade I tount> ilorlda, Horn rable County Judges of • ty, ami file the .-.ii". in %  • ; tfiicea In the Count) Court, County, Florida, wlth%  montha from the late %  • ibllcatlon ht rt of, Bald i amis to contain the lalmant and to reat nted ..s afore. ,. |i bt bai i. d -. ttmbt r .'Till. "A 1' 19 SCHNEID1 • will and ,v :•• \.'S. i.v %  \ NTV JLDGE'S COURT •. Z -CR DADE COUNTY. FLO* OtIN PBOS'TE 53467 C %  •.Z~ CE TO CREDITORS I %  ns Hav. .. Sn Id ereby notlfl. nd re a and d< you maj tain -i ...... • SAMUEL TEITBLate of 1 • C nits. County Judgt a "' :..! file the llffle in the County CourtDadt County, Florida within nilis from tin date "f nation hereof, or th sane i be b irred. ESTELLE SliOMOVITZ Administratrix nf th* late of Samuel Teilelbaum ,VER8TEIN %  ; '" >' ._ i. i.il Miami Beach. Fla. %  0/29, 10/6-13-2O NOTICE UNDER F CTiTiOUSNAME LAW IS HEREBY OIVJW that ; desiring to epg^ge in the fictitious nami ..f | NI.'lNt; at 101 N.W. i Ida inti nis • • -. id nalmi with tht Clark • riuri of 1....H. county. • M i.i IRPJ : j i •..; i arman t aidant INTCK; akm Co :.! ami • • Fla %  10-27



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Friday. Odober 13. 1961 fc**7cF Fl*r?-*!'*r' Fcge 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ... .., i > GIVEN thai er 8 i g m %  %  %  %  AU 1 A v 4 I •. '• II Circull i %  :---: SAL S I MI> I erk cl of r MyEKU NOTICE L NDER 0U8 NAME LAW |i-R IS L.E11Y GIVEN thai i. the fictll i* I %  I %  i i • BY HENRY LEONARD % %  •:. SILVER .-v .. f. i AppU< %  : • %  20-271 I'l NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE tLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF F.OH DA IN AND FOR DADE CCUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 10524 PA'I R1C1A H1CKMAN, %  t iff. \ H1CKMAN, i.. i. ndant. SUIT FOR D VORCE v\ HICK MAN %  Si rth Strc i I i N. n Yolk .. hen b) notll li d thai a Bill lalnl for I l> oi i • has be< r ini t you, an I you an re-. i .• %  ci i'.v "ul s our Anawei thi of Complaint .... •• %  : % %  ney, WILLIAM Rjj 21 N, in PI ..:.. !' i Ida anil • %  II Vnswi r or I t. In t h< %  the Clerk of the Circuit I before the 611 da If yi fall 1 • alnt. tli* i • %  \ N • till thu ••"..v • %  ,\ ,: -%  %  %  n "But, Sir, my daughter already donated Sunday School." Cor" 1061, b<0yftu Prtduet ifli LEGAL NOTICE FOR TAX DEED File 5222N %  lh.il Na > %  %  %  •: 1 %  %  %  •. N %  %  %  • ta x .. • '. : : • • • : %  : %  • ...... ... tl I hi %  EATHBRMAN, f Cli t C (seal) I t'i tit) I !• i .>la I .. R M. LBEPER, I> %  elk %  15-22-29, 1" %  : NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, Nc. 6tC 1C077 FLORENCE '• CORCORAN, : fl JOHN I • •!: %  IRAN, I • :• ndant. SUT FOR D'VORCE ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jm 1st) fk radz/a-tf solicits your legal notices. We appreciate yo*ur patronage and guarantee accurc:o service at legal ra'.es Mai I SI .I-H&05 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOT CE UNDER FICT IT OU8 NAMC LAW NOTICE I* I V N %  %  i %  .'..%  .-.: the fictll ,\ • !> IN it ST.: '.'. Sth St:ei m• thi %  • %  .... ... LEGAL NOTICI 7-iE CIRCUIT COURT C =• THE I E %  %  -wD-CiAL CIRCUIT OF FLCR D \ AND FOR DADE NTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 6'. C-6033 iNl ROXAS lol %  %  mown Rl .\ \...i..i ..> Yi'l. \N1 >A i uNE, indlvldi all) %  '"• %  %  L< -••' an of HOPE C, ROXA8, • %  tiff, \ B ... tLUMB< I, .. %  n{ ll w< man. %  v. BATT1ST1, JOSEPH iTO and MARIE .1. D'AMATO, [ends tl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION %  •-; M H l > AM ATI • and IUE .i. D'AMATI 14 Mai !IS '< Avenue ; ng Ii and, New York ind each of you are hertpy that a complaint has been alnal you In the atwn i at} l< d In Chancery by YOLANDA l i \ ..-. formerly known ae YOLANi Ri 'X ••.and also Bomeilmi YOLANDA C1CCONE, Inl.i ; i: Rl OCAS, a mlnoi i h Id i*o i r %  ipoi IEi >R" IE L.ONELL Plalntlffi Att i n< ...... Build• ;:. i i .. rida, and fil with i %  %  NOT CE UNDER FXT DCS NAME L/ I thai .... ••.. i %  .. i'ay, ...•-. I ol • %  %  Sl'N ..— %  Si %  ivni > STR •' Attin anta >•(• | -.....: eS Miami, Ha. 9 ::•.!'. II 6:: %  : tober 1961 ol %  % %  %  .,..-. teri • %  %  -. i %  %  %  %  • %  %  -: IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 53870-A IN RE: Eatati ol SAMfEl I IMYMAN a/k/a SAM Fl'.EY.MAN I %  'i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All '"i, dltori and Ml P< r&oni • ,njj cialma oi I • manda Acalnat saiii Eftate: Tou an hereby notified and required t' pn a< % %  %  any cla In ani arhli h y havi the eatat< ol SAMUEL FRETMAN a k .-. SAN' MAN dKi.iKei I da Count] ountj .;,., %  and ai pro i • | Id i Bti • ti offlci B • ounty nty. 1 %  %  • '' -.x %  • • pal itloi • %  • : • • %  :! • • %  I • • ay of t : • % %  %  I %  NOT CE BY PL'BL'CA. ON IN Tl-E C'RCU'IT COLRT C=THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C =?CUIT OF F.Oa DA IN AND FC^ C'DE COUNTY. INC~"N^EnY No 6"C "C:i1 SHIRLEY : (!A, T FO R C %  %  • i • • reed la, ai %  %  • %  • 'ircull • • • t 1 • .. • ... %  i ihed one. r four ci i % %  • it|vi • • ka HE IEW18H FL0R1 >IAN. i NE XN' 1 i •i:i'i:i'.Ki ^.i Miami, ii, r | ird day of Octobei A.D %  E. B LEATHERMANI Clerk, %  iU i 'ourt, l 'ad< Coun ty FIoi iiia By HELEN KEtrfSLER In puty Clirk F R H KDWARD8 Red Ftiad h Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff i*i %  Ti •. .'i HN E. '•• iRCI 'RAN I nkniiwn you .li 'UN E I-I .!.( %  >RAN an hereby n • i of i on i : .. j a %  to gervc %  %  %  I %  i •. n t on thi IP M. KWEH .IN. Suite f Beybold I ty ol • • %  • %  NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ItHEREBY GIVEN lhat I % %  .!,. .1 il. sii i: i j-; to engage .ii flctltloua named % %  HARROW ANI" SI.IP.SN1-: UROLOOASSi %  i.'. rii >N and or H.\ R'. '. VNH SI. HANK I'ROIXMlK'AL •-.'1ATION OP GREATER MIAMI Coral Way, Miami, Florida Int, ni to n Isti i • i I namea with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade I HARROW AND SLOANE li;i >L< "in AI, ASSi ii-IATH IN i | GREATER MIAMI. P \ I \ B Ilcl Harrow, M l •. k A. Sloane, M.D. iE, \.MI:S & R1TTEB 1150 s W Firal Street, Miami. Fla ... ;, > foi Harrow and Sloane I 'rili L i! Asai M lit ion of ..:...-. • Miami P.A. .. OJ.OJI |0 • -ID NOT CE UNDER F CTITI0U8 NAME LAW Ni !> HEREBY GIVEN that di ng to ( ngage in • •.. .1I..IU. "f ,RMS al 1231 Northwest %  %  • •, %  • I la Inti nd %  • rk <>f NOTICE UNDE. R F CTITIOUS NAME. LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN thai th< undi i-in •!. desiring ti i gag-i In buxinesa ander the fictitious name pf PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY BERV..• 42S Southwtnl 79th Court, Florida Intendi to i • glati r with thi Cleric of tin Cli .. i t l >ade Coun ty, B l< >rl la IE R< 'KENT HAL LEW -' %  N ANI %  IREED .. .. fCOURTOFTHE E. L 1 r~ZC~L: C I : ~ T ="_:= %  : N • '. c T : H r 81C D56S I P. SAVINGS .:•• < i iV YORK %  : NOT CE OF SU'T fii •.: Avi lhat tru %  i • aptloned actioi led ;,L-;,in-t v, n tl nd fi-r I';.i.. ty to foreCIOBI ., mortgagri upon the following %  ii • .-.I i |.< r: v I .1 t, ,ii BlOl K tO, Ci IRAL WAY VILLAGE, SECTION A, PART G ;ti the Plat thereof, ren Plal BopS B. W P*F< IT. of iti. Public Records of Dade inty, i-' %  rida. "Yi u ,.i> required to file your anto pi, : miffs complaint With the Clerk I I • %  ifori ..:J Court, and Bervi thereof upon plaintiff's attorney MARTIN UNE, 14th Floor Federal Building. Miami 32. Floii-.. rit later than November 8 I9S pro Conieasi w II i %  -I:• II. agalnat you. at Mian Floi da;. • ictobei 1M1 E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, D intj i ..rida (seal) By: E Jl. LANWAY ity Clerk RT1N F::Attrney for Plaintiff 14th I-.deral Building ni S3, Florida 10/6-13-10-27 IN--E C RCUIT COURT : r THE ,.,.... ....--^--.r FLC". :' N AND FOR CACS COUNT> N CHANCE 6"C 76B! iN ASS • a • %  NOT :E DF S^ %  %  %  %  • '• • • Ltlanta, •., % %  notifli %  • tiai i • • .... ; • ,, o in thi ..! %  :• ...: i 1 Ida in and for • a mortgage upon. th foui rly: ,., %  Lol v it. Block I oi BUBNA GARDENS, %  cci rdina % %  '' • •rded in Plal Book I a] I ,, v is ol th( Public Record! I'.uh Count) You are required to file your an.. : •, •lair, tiff's Clerk I' • %  aforesaid %  thereof upco otlffi %  .TIN I IN Dadi Fedi ral Ruiidli %  %  Flori.i %  '" H**" : • Of ; i... n • PW Confi %  • %  • %  Clerk f tl •'' ER, .... • %  • 14th 1 I D/l NOTICE UNDER CTITIOUS NAME LAW :::::.i:i.v %  %  : | %  %  ..%  .:. %  %  •r the ficti • HEALTH SALl IN ai '.-%  %  '•' tendi .... %  • %  .. NOT CE .'.:ER r O US NAME U %  pai • %  : %  %  with thi tySEPH A. VAL.E S n ••• ] 5TH :• %  .' %  %  • '.; CE OF APPLI CAT'ON -CR "AX DE ED F.le 5222f .-.: %  w\\ .:. 1 • • N.... Siege! 1 i ni 'I'.A Seali C< rtif can Suml' I, oated the 1st day of June, A.D li-.'.!'. has filed said Certlffflce, and tiaa made i.pbllcation fOl tax deeii ti is.-'ie tin:. 'TI accordance with law. s:.i.i Certificate embraces the following il< acrlbed property, situated In Dade County, Florida. t6- i Lots 6 & 7. mock I, I Irosaii I a Sub%  i rii, t i'i i %  ; i Pas* Ity of Mia_m!, County 1 1 ... te of Fli Tin aaseasment of Mid property • thi i". rtifioau lawued wa :. Unknown "; • according 1 ... tM deed wall aaui there• A I II i Dated thii %  •• • %  .. • 10/6-18 %  ..... •'.';. t M %  %  %  -• i %  NOTICE I IN TE C RCL T ;OURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD C A_ C RCL T OF FLCCA N AND FOR DADE IN CHANpERY, \o. 61C -CO's ..... • DONALD I! I RANDY, i fi ndant. S^ ,T FOR DIVORCE TO I ONALD M BRAN! 1 tui ata Drlvi A| art mi t i North Syracuse, New York You DONALD li BRANDY an herei > notifii thai II t'iii "i Com] for Divorce has l..:. filed agalnat you, .. i are r< ouli ed to >• rw a cops "' your Answer or Pleading to the I'iil of Complaint on the plaint:: Attorney, SANFORD M. 8WERIJi. IN. suit. si9 Si >bold Building-, Miami, Count) of Dade, Florida and file tin ... inal Answ • or I '11 ad ng In the offlci of tin. Clerk oi the Circuit Court on oi before thi >;h day ol i i. :. i.i. Ml If you fall to do I judg mi nt i %  > di fault will I • lakei aga n1 | I foi thi ri Hi f lemi ;n 1 ht Bill ol Complaint I H iNE \M' ORDERED at M i-'i, rida thii 21st da) %  i .-• i '• I A. D I I HERMAN %  • %  ourt (aeal) by: .HIS i. i • SANK"'.. M. SWEB IN SulteS] • %  n %  : di Co • %  .1 Is" N • .: KNol'S %  • I .. i • ? t Street NOT CE UNDER =• CT T OUS NAME LAW HI REI1Y GIVEN thai ,:i:: to elUJ • i • %  RED LADY ai %  J iway, South M ...... e with the It Court ol Kaile ty, 1 MAR8TAN INC. A Fla Corp •. V Si l.'i'i 'N %  \| : llcanl •" • l: K 6-13-tO N THE COL'NT> JUDGE J :OURT -. \Z -C c CADE COuMV, FLORIDA '• PRC £ A.T£ Nc 63797-C %  .. -• •OT CE TC CREO TORS • r 11 -' %  ti ... t %  %  %  %  %  1 %  in tj ••. .-. I' i .-.' %  t he i ... • • at ion hen o: thi ..'•• %  • .. • this 25tl r SeptemUei A.l i:.\I.:. %  Ex< trU of \h: Estati ol Nancy J >^>%  I CLAUDE M. BARNES Attoniry fir Executrix SOj i 'alumi t Bldg. Miarrii, FIoi • .. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE lh HE!.: Lrt th undersigned, desiring to i ••.-under the flctltloua name of IP'ST SANDWICH BHOP at %  • : ;. N r 2nd Avenue In tin of Miami, Florid Intends 1 thi aa % %  %  %  with thi lent • t of Dadi Florida Dated at Mil • HYMAN %  '• v.'. si Flaj %  %  2S U ti-13-20 NOT.CE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 52420 IN i. • tate of HARRY ISAACSON l •. .1-. ii To All Creditors ami All Persona iiav%  ntl ( .: %  p| !•.in.,mis Against Said Estati v ,; e ach of you. are hereby ,i required to present any landa which you. or may have against th HARRY ISAACSON de.... %  i >ade County, ilorlda, %  ial.liCounty Judges of County, ami file the agme in es in the County Court. County, Florida, wlth... months from the date %  • i nblicatlon hi reol Said and* tn contain the dress <>l the claimant and to ..... .. .:•,., aa aforee will i" bai %  • % %  27th, A 1' I* I 4CHN1 %  -• Will and t of H VRRY IfciA \csi.N • %  0 N THE ::.NTY JUDGES COURT •• i •. r r CR DADE COUNTY, FLOB DA IS PR0 2ATE NO. 53467 C I -.C~ CE TO CREDITORS [ %  rs i Persons Hav%  .-.'•. notlflei a nd rent a n) demaj na vi aga I SAMUEL TEITBLa of 1 • ounty. thi County Judgeg of nd file the same in n the County Gourti 'ounty, Florida, within six ali r mi ntha from thi date "f ioatlon hereof, or the i %  •. ., %  i. |>an ed KS-. : !.!'. SLOMOV1TZ Adnilniatratrix of the Entail if Samuel TtUeal a am R STEIN i i.d Miami Ueach. Fla. 6Vt9, lfc/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER F CTITiOUSNAME LAW NOT! I IS HEREBY C1VK.N that desiring to engagi In the flctltloua nami .,f ENDING at 101 N..W. ..:.. %  I torlda int' II Is thi Clerk • .\ urt of Dadi County, • CORP: J. Copparnaan, President ERNTCK .'. hkm I '• ,. • '.i ami %  • • %  • Fla. ii ,..,. -io-n



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Friday, October 13. 1961 *Jm>tefi fhcaidlictr Page 5-B Kiscayne Chapter insicri-crtieii Set i chj pter of the Ameri,;,, Jewish Congress will launch 62 season with a gala in:ion social at the Thunderbird motel on Saturday evening. Jack D. Gordon, member of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction, will be guest of honor. Abraham Augenstem will be ,;ling officer Program and feslivities are under the direction of Mr: Arthur Teuhner and Mrs. Eugene Damsker, chapter chairman ;.nd co-chairman of program. • Al:hough the American Jewish L'cxigress program never .stops," Mrs. Albert Zuckerman, in, ing president. "Saturday's will swing our chapter n and social program into high the Beason." of officers to be installed nt, .Mr>. Lynne ,., man; honorary president, Weintraub; vice presiMrs. Abraham Augenstein, Morris Reckman. Mrs. Fred 1. ,r Mrs. Julian Frank; finan,i. secretary and treasurer. Mrs. i., r.ard Sidersky; corresponding sccre'.arj Mrs. Sybil Ross; recordecretary, Mrs. Joseph GreenCommittee leaders who will also be honored are Mrs. Dorothy Kaufwan Mrs. Sidney Rudnick, Mrs. Gilman, Mrs. Arthur TeichEugene Damasker. Mrs Ha: :• Woidowsky, Mrs. Abraham Goldstein, and Mrs. Jack Sands. Ul Study Group Study group oi the United Nalions Assn. \\:ii meet Tuesday evening at Washingl< :; Federal Sr. and Lean Assn. en Washington ave. Discussed will be UNESCO and •What Position Should the UN Take in the Berlin Situation?" Mrs. Anna B. Weiss, ol 6o20 Indian Creek dr.. is in charge oi information. Hcmds.tus Mark 50th Anniversary Gulden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Handshu will be celebrated Oct. 14 in the Les Ambassadors room of the Diplomat hotel. A reatlirmation ceremony by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-El. will be followed by a reception and dinner for some 200 guests and relatives. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Irvin I riedland, ot Harrisburg, Pa.. Mr and Mrs. Max Handshu. of Miami, and Mr and Mrs. Abram Handshu, oi Hollywood Special guests will be Mrs. Fan r,y Dolid, Mr. and Mrs Ceorge Friedland, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I" i land. Mr. and Mrs. Loins •iK,:: Mrs. Anna Kaplan. Mr. Mrs Samuel Reuben, and Mrs Ida Stein. The Handshus were married in New York City and moved to Hoilywood from Harrisburg. Pa., in | 1946. Sephardic Center Party tti r Sisterhood heid a card party Wedncs day al the Center, 645 -• %  s a\e. Hostesses were the Mesdames Sam .r..sian. Leon liaky Oscar Rosenthai, Albert Bonomo, and Morris Gatagno. President of the Sister hooa is Mrs. Oscar Roser.thal. Goodman Group To Hear Speaker I. R. Goodman group of Hadassah has a new meeting place. Washington Federal Savings and Loan ^ssn Normandy isle Branch 1133 Normandy dr. Firsi meeting there will be Wednesday evening. Meeting will highlight membership, and there will be an induction cercmonj foi I ers '•• ho have joined this year Gucsl speaker will hi Mrs. Sanford Jacobson, vice president of education ior the Miami Beach chapter, who will speak on her recent trip to Israel. They'll Hear Nutritionist Meeting ol the Sisterhood of Beth I rael Congregation will be held on Tue.-day. 12::>0 p.m Mrs. Alexander MoscOVitZ will preside. Mrs. Oscar Feurer. nutritionist oi "The Health Chart." 542 4ist st., will be guest speaker. Mrs Frank Fine, program chairman, will read "An Open Letter.'* by A. Meloim-d. Mrs. irwin MakOVSky, cultural chairman, will give a resume of current events. Members celebrating birthdays during ctober will be honored under i... direction of Mrs. Murray Bcrkcwitz, hospitality chairman. Sunihine Chapter Party r %  une chapter of B'nai B'rith %  Mil hold its third birthday and paid-up membership af(ail the Americana hotel. Medal||cr om, en Tuesday. Oct. 24. SfiEOO 25 for your Kasha recipe And delight your family with thf d'Sh you make! All you do • /Bmit your favorite recipe for using Wolff's Kasha... For stuffing chicken, derma... making knishes. varnishkas, soups...side dishes with i • n, chopped mushrooms, pi-ppe'S or any other tasty use for this all-time favorite. YOU GET *25 Sr ^d vour recipe, old fashit.' f-o or new. with a Wolff's I -a box top to: Phyllis V • Penn Yan. N. Y. We will p; \ J.^5.00 for every recipe p> rcshed; but every entrant !• v<-s a FREE Kasha Cookbook and all recipes become Wolff's property. Mrs. Carol Goidfarb. Z52-?5 60th Avenue. I Ittla Nock N Y won $25 00 fo< her Quick Kasha Varnishkas." OO JQUICK KASHA VARNISHKAS^ I rue Woin'i 1 itcoe ml J.(l(."i l tup tooi"| oil *,'.' I cupeookro incwi* 1 .n'o.. ir HC*! HUin Cl DO I MM Combine Kasha and egg yolks In bo|l. Saute onion with oil (or butter for dairy meals) in f'ying pan. Add Kasha mixture and salted water. Bring to boil. Cook tightly covered on low heat 15 minutes. Stir In cooked noodles. Put in casserole and brown under broiler flame. Serve with meat gravy or plain. Serves 3 to 4. 123& KASHA /'-. gE Brawn Buckwheat Croat i Also enic> Wolff's CfeaBt) ".r-rnels (grits) Woffl • Katkl 'N Gravy Wolff s Kasha Soup Distributed By LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES 1050 E. 17th STREET HIALEAH, FLORIDA with the you \ KNOW / its K(u)SHER Let's Get Together for Lunch new Holsum Real Jewish Rye ...and Real Pumpernickel, too %  w Deep rich mellow 01 tasty... ttttSS! no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE SUMBuy it sliced or in a big tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelets, Balads, canapes ... for breakfast, lunch, supper and icebox raiding. It's the one cheese everybody loves for true ta*am of Switzerland! Ta'am of Switzerland!



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Page 12-B +Jmist fhrkMan Friday. October 12 i 351 SAL i There's ore sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store. You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut and trim assure you of better cocking and tastier meals. For maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer during this repeat sale! CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER AT NO EXTRA COST! BEEF Forequarters 175 LB. AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME 55 c lb. WHOLE RIB OF BEEF CHOICE OR PRIME c lb. 32 POUND AVERAGE LAMB Forequarters 25 LB. AVERAGE 53 c lb. BEEF CHUCK 110 LB. AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME 55s BONELESS TRIMMED BRISKET OF BEEF 12 LB. AVERAGE 85 c lb. CHUCK OF LAMB 18 LB. AVERAGE 43 c lb. BASY Steer Liver 10 LB. AVERAGE !b. YOUNG TOM TURKEYS C lb. 16 L3S. AND UP STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW AT THESE LOW, LOW PRICES! NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 2091 CORAL WAY | CORAL WAY i 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER mmtaMa AT S.W. 87th AVE. MIAMI Westchcster Shopping P,, NO. MIAMI BEACH 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR



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Forlv years of unswerving devotion and service j the cor lity is the inspiration tor a dinner honoring Mr and Mrs Sar the W ovnan s "W.AJ "Uewish Flondian ISABEL GROVE Of interest here was the marriage on Saturday, Sept 23. of Hiss Shirley Carol Frummer to Eugene Secunda at the Delmonico hotel in New York The bride, who graduated magna cum laudc from the University of Pennsylvania, is the daughter of uel Frummer, >f Forest Hills, vice president the Lien of Shirt Co. H j r husband's parent.are the Sh > %  ". > cundas, i| Manhattan, his father being the noted composer and conductor, best known for the popular song "Bei Mir Bis! Du Sheer." Young Secunda has a diploma from New York University and inow working toward his Masters at Boston L'niversil> Meanwhile, he's dong public relations chores for t'.te firthcoming Broadway show"The Gay Life" and "Milk and Honey" i:ird Tucker. o f the Metropolitan Opera Compan) > : ;,,. weddii iperformed by Rabbi M xwell sacks .. ; e new Mrs. Secunda was a vision in bite satin and lattliy with a diaphanous tulle veil fastened to a pcuf and I pearls Wh orchids comnle'H t : '-11 ~Her sister-in-law, Mrs, Gloria Frumi Ive matron ol h< i I Randl and Mar ory ra bli niei is, "ohs" and "ahs" as f wer jirls %  ing the siding party was Shetdot S?cur.da •'s besl man, S ion Frummer. brotl • • y Alper, cousin il bridegroom, Avery Corman, Fried, laj Kinsbrunnei and Arthur Weingarten, ushers. • The Nat (Rebecca) Goldys are !;•; %  %  off to New Y k a-.d Connecticut for a vacation that has bee.-, ielaved fcr i nurr arable sons all summer Actually, they're g'ad it worked out this — they both think noth-ng is more beautiful ;' an autumn in N -w England, with the leaves changing co'.or and 'he a ; r ?o criso tangy ." However, no extremes for them. they', be baik before "inter sets In Rebecca is the able and energetic publicitv chairman Tor Temple Menorah Sisterhood The Albert (Bess) Chislings and the Irving (Helen) GreenI his went to N.'w York for the World Series and som • pla\s Don't know whose side they're on. but. with only five games plaved. bet they saw more acting than ba-eball Back home from a globe-circling tot-r are Morris a^d Helen L:pp Started in Los Angeles and San Francisco, and then eontinued to Japan. Italy, Israel and France Morris has a big advantage over most Americans; he speaks Jiparese i died to say "hello" to Marcie Liberman from Hong K.v.a ... It was 7 a.m. here, and Marcie thought someone was playing l practical joke Mel the Baron de Hirsh Me-ers in Hong Kcng ar.d Paris, and spent more time with them there than trey manage here ... Mrs. Mary Feiner, 1919 Meridian ave conva escing at home alter a recent Illness which kept her at Mt. Sina! Hospil few weeks, has her daughter, Sadie (Mrs. Leonard. Wolf, Visiting with her. MC Busy schedule for Mrs. Anne Grossman since she joined the staff oi the Israel Bond organization In 'he past week, she has been guest speaker at a Temple Emanu-El Ssterhood-board meeting, invited ay Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president D;tto in the Boom Boon room of the Fontainebleau hotel where th: Bran deis group of Hadassah board had a meeting conducted by Mrs. Philip Thau, president Then she was snared by Mrs. Larry Silverman to address the beard of the Greater Miami Women s Auxiliary Jewish Home for the Aged in the Algiers hotel And on Thursday, she was to appear, at Mrs. Henrv WemiCKS behest, at the Southgate group of Hadassah board meeting ... There's a happy ending to it all — each president will be hostess at a table made up of members of her organization at the Israel Bas Mitzvan dinner on Saturday. Oct. 21. at the Fontainebleau hotel Besides, for Anne, being busily oecuoied is the normal state of affairs: among her many activities **" was organizer, and served for three years as president of Hadassah region ... A final report meeting trom all hostesses will be held on Tuesday at the home of Frances (Mrs. Jack 1 Katzman, SU2 Pine Tree dr.. chairman of the Women's Division ol Israel Bond Organization, which is sponsoring the uftair. and chairman of I le dinner. Miami, Florida, Friday, October 13, 1961 Section 3 )mmunity is the inspiration for a dinner honoi amuel J.'Spector on Tuesday, Oct. "1 The Spectors will be honored for the outstanding work they have done it: Beth David Congregation, as well as for their many other civic and philanthropic forties, at a tribute Cedars of Lebanon dinner at the Barcelona hotel ... An asset to every organization lucky enough to interest them. Spector is a'so a trustee of the new Cedars or Lebanon Hospital Sen. A. S. Mike Mon Oklahoma, hv.dcr of a B'nai B'r -.h Americanism :i ..%  • • cnotce for guest speaker, and chairmanship Is i of S Iney Lefcourt The George Kroti mgolds, from the tra' • name. are. api enough, at %  : A rav ~ Agents' convention HI the French Riviera es Mr. K. ia former nati er of the ASTA as c assistant ii Gov. Bryant's program for stimulatl more foreign tours to Flor. -* When the SS Jerusalem, which is making a special Mediterranean cruise, docks in Port Everglades the first time, Mr. and Mrs. David Konhauzer, of 7927 E. dr., Harbor Island, will be award They'll be returning from an extended tour of Israel... Opening of" Jo • Weiss' restaura it on South Beach fjr the umpteenth season brought many of the "Restaurant Set Al and Ruby Goldman, of Fu Manchus Morris and Ruin l.-rner, of the famous Famous The Harry Iris) Mufsons, of the Pompei room, to name just one of the dining spots in their Eden Roc Others seen there. Ben Gaines and a large party .Nat and Vic Potamkin William and Rose Sega! with Bernie frank and his adorable wife. Marion Colby .. Another couple "eating out'' — Irv and Heiene Adler Back injury sustained on the tennis court several weeks ag;. seems not to have interfered with his appetite for steak a! the Place for Steak. Planning a colorful ceremony which will be a highlight cf the Israel Bar Mitzvan dinner are (from left) Mrs. Jack Katzman, chairman of the Women's Divisicn of the Israel Bond Organization, Mrs. Jacob Rifkin, Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Jack S. Popick. The dinner will be held on Saturday evening. Oct. 21, at the Fon tainebleau hctei under auspices of the Israel Bond Women's Division. Italy's MOST Famous Designers to Take Part in Israel Bas Mitzvah Dinner MOKt ISSAU BONO SOtlAL tVlNTS FAGl 4-B In a salute to Israel's fast-growiu 4 fashion and textile industries, nine of Italy's most famous aeBigners, using Israeli textiles, are participating in a unique collection comprising the Italian-Israeli Fashion Festival. The festival will be a highlight of the Israel Bas-Mitzvah dinner to take place Saturday night, Oct 21. at the Fontainebleau hotel under the auspices ot the Women's Division of the Israel Bond Organization. Mrs. Jack Katzman is chairman of the Women's Division, and will be dinner chairman. Mrs. Jack S Popick is Fashion Festival chairman. Commentator for the fashion .-how will be the noted author, actress, and lashion expert Miss Ilka Chase. A special guest speaker will be Ira Hirschmann, diplomat, financier, and philanthropist. The show b being coordinated by Saks Fitth Avenue under the direction of Mrs. Irene Gracia. The Italian participants in the Italian Israeli Fashion Show are CapUCCi, Carosa. Fabiani. Fontana, Galitzme. Gregonana. MingoliniGugenheim, Schuberth and Simonet:a. The.-e celebrated designers have done much to give Italian fash n the impact that it has to day, and their names are becoming as tamous as those of the French haute couture designers. Each of them has designed for this show an original creation made of fabric designed and processed in Israel, as well as an original made of Italian fabric. In a countersalute. two of Israel's best-known couturiers. Lola Beer IB I Finy Leitersdori, are contributing designs made of both domestic and [ralian fabrics. The collection also features designs by Maskil, Israel's famed village crafts industries, furs by Stefan Braun. of Tel Aviv, and Aled Knitwear. Includad for the first time in this 1961 col lection are couture bathing ensembles fashioned by the houses of Diva and Gottex, and knitwear hy Elanit Shalom Women Off to Work • of Shalom chapter. B'nal B'rith, w:li don gowns and mast.; on Sunday in order to paint the day room in the tuberculosis ward of th • Veterans Hospital in Coral es, and hang new curtains ma le by members of the chap %  This is in addition to the .-. performed at the rtospital bj the group. • ria .i ;I\I been don i I i al merchants. In i arge of irojeel is Mrs. William Hersh, veterans chairman. AJCong. Leader To be Speaker V s. Thelma Richman. president ;;' the na'ional women's divl II Jewish Congress, will teaker at ihe home of Davi. Muskat, 275 No. shore. dr., Miami Beach, on Monday al Luncheon is in honor of the hosi s who will participate in the American Jewish Congress Jordan i Fashion Show to be held M inday, Nov. 6. at the Carillon hotel. Just returned from New York. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gewitz and son Michael Visted with their da [I inner Libby Cohen, now Mrs. Seymour Fiance, who had herself just returned from an exciting vacation in England Edith Zipp, fjs'.iion columnist for The J %  .ondian. has b=>en appointed department chairman at Palmetto Junior High'. Appointment was made by William Ledwell, principal. Apres-ski outfit by Princess Galitzine (left) is made of handloomed cotton and tweed by Maskit, and will be among fashions shown here Cct. 21. With easy and fluid lines, Fontana's hand-loomed Maskit tweed suit (right; features a distin double-breasted jacket, teardrop skut and c long black overblouse. Zcmora Sisterhood Party First luncheon and card party of the n season for Sisterhood of Temple Zamora will be held on ton. Chan in,"' if the ire Mrs. Sam Rozeen and Mrs Sam Hush.



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Pcge 14-A +Jen 1st Tkriiiir Friday, October 13, 1331 Woman's Eye View MARIANNE ZEITUN There Were No Bombs to Spare for the Murder Camps pOR SEVERAL MONTHS row I have been wa to write a column about the Eichmann t: as a matter of fact on sever*] occasions I started to do so. But always, the sheer, grim horror of the affair grips me, and I put it aside and turn to "lighter topics Yet I feel guilty about it. fcr I suspect it is this kind of escape which must have contributed to the incredible unpreparedness of the lews who were eventually annihilated by the Nazis. What comes to my mind first as the final proof of the diabolical eunning of Eichmann is the fact that while he was triumphantly proclaiming, a' f : i< r side, a Third Reich to last one thousand J privately he was already being careful aboil his signature to incriminating documents to play it sale. So much t ir the great integr I claimed to have for his principlewhen he was sputtering in his own However, Eichmann himse I 1 U3 1 concern me anymore Thei otten whatever his "final solution" ito be '/.. -r< is no put ite to a man v '• • 1 Fected his railroa I I with such zeal so his "efficiency" cost the lives of countless millions "Even in death you could tell the Eamilie holding hands." Such v as the sworn testimony '. ss officer, Lieut. Kurt Gersteln, of the extermination process that went on at Belsan Concentrati Camp from which no survivors remained Al Treblinka. the street which housed the gas chart! bers where 750.000 Jews were exterminated, was called Himmel Wet < Paradise Way). How I would like to ram this testimony down the throats of the proponents of prejudice, aparthei i. segregation, from the punks of the Neo-Nazi movement to the respectable citizens of the John Birch Society, the whole rotten crew At the beginning of the trial, the Israelis were somewhat aghast with the "sheeplike" quality with which so many ef the Jews went to their deaths. But with the Nazi motto of 'Break the mind; break the spirit; break the body who can presume to judge.' By the time they were being fed into the gas ovens, the Nazis had already accomplished their purpose. How much resistance can a body fed on potato peels for years show'.' How much spirit? In Life"s autobiography jf Eichmann. he states that, at the beginning, the Nazis first thought of I Browsing With Books: By HILARY M1NDLIN An Endearing Malamud Book A NEW LIFE. By Bernard Malamud. 367 pp. N York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy. S4.75. C LEVIN, bearded Engl:-h instructor, "formerly a ** drunkard,'' steps off a train :n the far N >rthv. plunges straight into one >t the finest books o: fiction. Everything that listinguishes the writing I Bernard Malamud — the tragicomedy of "The Natu theme of personal redemption of "The A.-.-i-ta: delicate balance of the stories in "The Magic Barrel" — arc in high fulfillment in his new novel Into the small Cascadia State College lopes the young I.evin. eager to leave his failures far behind him in N York and to begin again on his quest for the homely pleasures of life which have somehow eluded h.m. His wants are simple — a little love, some happiness. He is enchanted with wholesomeness. forests and mounta he roams the lush countryside, delighted with COWS, the Herefords which he hanever seen in the open before; "they had never seen a I.evin." But it is apparent that I.evin. groper toward his own destiny, desperate to be master of his fate, is the kind of man who succeeds best at failure. It is not for l> i of insight; he sees far; but this is a man who. reaching for the lowest heaven, would dislocate his shoulder. Take his career in college teaching; he jumps in with his chalice of liberal arts, spilling integrity ever the stupendous mediocrity of Cascadia College (undoubtedly Oregon St a where Malamud taught English for twelve years; surely they will hate him now?), alienating everyone. Love comes, or rather it chooses him—another man's wife. "Wherever Levin had been, someone had been before." Pauline Gilley is married to the department head, has two children and difficulties; but does she love him or is she merely neurotic? In the mounting mess. Levin is bound by his guilt and morality, drowned in his sudden wealth. His teaching career destroyed, Gilley's wife and kids at his side, he is last seen driving off in a secondhand Hudson — and whether he is victor, redeemed, or victim in final fetters, one cannot say. The language delights; the tone is like Chekhov, or in its modernness, Nabokov. Perhaps it is sheerly Malamudian, this exquisite blending of irony and sorrow, the hero seeing himself from one step away, his hobbling integrity, and Malamud seeing him from two, equal stiles of laughter and pain. It is a whole book of the most endearing, ludicrous experience, an evocation of man in search of himself. For Malamud — if not for S. Levin — it is a marvelous triumph. ADOLF HCHMANN ... no punishment %  tfefMfa emigra".:u the Jews But when they saw — is how easy it was to murder them and little resisterce they found, they went ahead wi their "final solution." Had these Jews not indoctrinated from birth to expect the worst fr im the anti-Semites; had they not been indoctr: to feel that there was a more just world beyonj. they might have struck out for life right here a | now. Nor were the Allies blameless in this ghastlj affair. Never mind the smarting thought that wher. Eichmann was trying to bargain 1.000,000 Jew| military equipment there was no land ready to take these hapless victims. It is to their ever! I shame that when they were begged repeatedly i the railroads carrying the doomed Jews ar. ; to bomb the camps themselves, they ignored I •low many thousands of tons of \ red over Germany, yet not a bomb id to blast these barbaric blights face f the .arth to kingdom come. '.-. mai stands on the threshold o:' inquer, but the testimony that was i \ .'aleJ in that sombre Jerusalem courtroom gests that the ultimate in bestiahtv and depr already been reached. Before we cl book on history's most monstrous crime. fflize that lesson rent ..ted d.000.000 timethat macticn and tolerance of brutality is the breeding ground of greater brutality. Memo from the Desk of MAX LERNER Merest Handful Managed the Coup Rome SYRIA'S ANTINASSER military coup means the ^ beginning of the end of pan-Arabism as a political force. When I was in Egypt three years ago. Nasser was riding high on the wave of pan-Arabism —so high that he seemed able to outplay even fanatic nationalists by a superfanaticism soaked with anti Westernism, anti-Semitism, and the hop.* of an Arab imperialism. The striking fact about the current army coup i : s>ria is that the merest handful of officers and men managed the takeover without any Jemons'rat; in of support by the Syrian Arab masses for the emperor of pan-Arabism at Cairo. This was in even more notable fact than the dunderhe i led havior Of the Egyptian officers of the Syrian a at Aleppo and I.atakia who might have ru razjr-thin edge of the rebellion if they hud bildness or quickness of think j Between these two facts Nasser's prestige a-.i power ambitions have had the pfc jezed :' them. He stands :: -^ ESS a soldier head :f ite whose army has been humiliated three I ::g: This time they couldn't e'. • n begin to -'ands also as a pan-Arabist leader whose movement has colla;;-ed a' ':..I tet like a ited balloon, and as the would-be carver of a empire whose ;ne conque • 5; r I 'as slipped tgh Ins fingers with the same fluid ease with :h he ence annexed it. Thus Nasser's folly lies shrunken to its true proms in the desert dust. The success of 11! Syrian coup goes far beyond Syria itself and evei beyond the Arab Middle East area. Its meaning for %  whole world is that revolutions are -till possible for daring men. even against a totalitarian regime, if they are moved by a passion for freedom; Chinese Communist leaders could well take note of this. True, a Communist totalitarian regime has a crucial asset which Nasser's lacks — a trained political elite organized as a party on a worldwide scaie which cuts across nationalist lines, which controls and directs the army in each country. Moreover, it can always call upon the Soviet armj to help it in crisis moments, as it did in Hungary and has just done in East Berlin. This makes revolts against communism much more difficult, but they are not impossible. In a message he will someday regret, President Tito expressed his bitterness at the "counter-revolu tionary" rebellion. This is hogwash. Why was the rebellion of the Syrian colonels against Nasser foreign based tyranny any less revolutionary than the rebellion of the Egyptian colonels (including Nasen against Farouk's foreign based tyranny I wish there were more rejoicing about this coup among those intellectuals, American and E Iropean, Indian and African, who are always joicing about nationalist revolutions. I also wisl American government would move to recognise new regime even at the risk of incurring Nass i. which has already led him to break relal with Jordan and Turkey for the act of recognition One can guess at the sources of Tito's bittc He feels lonely in the sole nen-Kremlin socialItionalist dictatorship. It is interesting that •nah came back from the Belgrade confer. his talks with Tito, to tighten the hold o: his dictatorship on the economy of Ghana and oust those who don't fit into the rigid pattern of power Nasser was also going in Tito's dire. But I don't want to overstress these questions of economic and political structure. This waan ideological rebellion. It was a nationalist rebellion carried through by army officers. It ;s neither pan-Arabism nor Arab socialism which is the force in the Middle East today, but Arab na allsm The new Syrian regime will have to act as boldly in the economic sphere now. moving tow art a welfare society with a large measure of freedom, as it acted in overthrowing Nasser's tyranny. .. i OH the Record By NATHAN ZJPRlri What are Our Main Goals in Education Today? AT THIS TIME of the year, when ouri ** children are trekking back to schools] and chadorim. it is only natural to paustl anew in pondering over the question] "Education for What?" Our national educators tell us that the purpose of education is to prepare | the young for living in a changing world The essence then is not only imparting' of knowledge but its utilization as an instrument of adjustment. This formulation however does not cover the specifically Jewish educational objective. Here we are limited to narrower and yet wider specifics. Here — once we abide by the thesis of Jewish hemschech, continuity — the problem is not alone to make education an instrument of adjustment but of very survival, a lever against submergence, a tower against the waves. It is against that objective that Jewish education can have any meaning. I am reluctant to repeat tarnished cliches, but it must be apparent that unless we envisage our educational objective in depth, in terms of b Jewish values, we will be feeding our children disturbing palliatives. It is of course gratifying to read about the mounting Jewish school enrollment, but the answer > the problem is not in numbers alone. About People The head of the Education Department of Mexico City College is a Jewish woman, Malvina Liebman. o'. Miami. A unique feature of the school is that all instruction there is in English, the only English-speaking school of higher education in Central and South America. Mrs Liebman retired in September, 1960 as director of Ele mentary Education for the Dade County School System— the eighth largest in the country. She also gave gradua*-' courses in education at the University of Miami. Her husband, Seymour Liebman, is currently doing research in Mexico with an eye toward writing the first book in English on the history of the Jews in that country.



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friday. October 13. 1961 + k**isl>noridri3tr> Page 11-B lajor Mahler Work lied von der Erde' o Open I'M Symphony Season Oct. 22 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Two deeply moving symphonic jmposiUoni with "earth" and Be central themes receive ca | and world premiere performances next week as the University amuOn.-huy.rj. A*npen the evening > activities. Sevitzky esp*-ially selected the Mahler work far the season opener to eomm*Tiorate the 50th anniversary f th* composer's death. Writt*.-* kl 1910, the cycle of six songs far voices and orchestra was 9 : vn its world premiere in 1911 in Munich, under the ccnductori-v? of Mahler's eminent assoc'ir-*, Bruno Walter. William Grant Still's "The Peaceful Land," the world premiere work listed on the program, is rea significant addition to symphonic literature. Dedicated to the United Nations and inscribed he National Federation of Music Clubs, the (Hied States Committee lor the UN, anrl the Aeolian ic I oundation, the prize-wini ns ; • e will also be performed b) Maestro Sevitzky and the Symphony Orchestra in observance ol l'\ Daj .'i Tuesday, Oct. 24. Still, noted] American composer iiciT-arranger, will fly to Miami from Califorin.) especially for the performance. He will receive B S1.500 cash awari from the AeoI in Music Foundation during ceremonies following toe Oct. 22 performance. LEGAITNOTICE JfNNfS TOWfl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL L Rct'lT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. arc 1:8:1 :i I. County, i P,. • %  .: %  • %  '•'%  _-. -,-„r I VI. 602337: ind >on '-• %  reou're II fll iur ai -,i .-!• M 1*1 •'''• %  C'r Third and final work scheduled for the Oct 22 and 23 season premiere here is composed of music from the Richard Stranss opera. 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'••_• hi % %  I %  ; M %  • %  •: i \ .. %  %  • Food Center Nutone Hood and i N • \ i 111 n i Bil iou r r-.|.i red to fl e youi •> wer atth the %  ; .••!•. of tl Cureuit 'ourl ol Dade I mntj Flor da, ;it the i \ nirTh • IB e I 'i Miami, Floriila, on or be/ore November I, 161 u serve i i:-.--. ir upon DA^ %  P. CATSMAN, i' aln itton A In..--• %  Ir-:.s i : Itn I-'!., r .if 10! K.i.-t hlagler Street, Miami 12, i-' 1 • %  • t.i. on or bel • • • I date, ai i i red b> th H L iwii of Fiorldu ir you fall to do so, t* "' li-.-:*(-l b\ >'i ;uid i Decree Pro Confeaao iii be entered against you for th(. relief demandi I i tii.complaint. DATED this I la] %  October, 1061 K. B. M\ PHEB KAN, Clerk, < : r*-uit t'oiirt. I > ill** CII nty, Florldfl (Beat) B) K, M. LYMAN, DAVID P CATSMAN Nth Floor at mi !•: Flagler St. Miami 12, Florida 10/13-20-27, II %  %  •on f.ii' t-i do to, the implainl v .11 be taken %  •-•>?—— I '• %  von % %  %  •• Decree Pro Confesso will hentered •iK-iin-i i m fop th rell I d >manded i-i thi %  impl unt. DATED thi. llth i iy ol Oc'ob • Kl R R i .:•: VTHERM \N. rierk. •oil "..-^rf : "i-|.' • '• i (seal) B K V I %  • \i \N. DonuM I DAVin p CATSMAN Mth Floor tl 101 B, Flagler 81 Miami :I2, Florida %  27. n': NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERB IIVEN t1 U 'hi un ler Ii • %  •! il engage i i ::< %  ..inder t h j fictl'lo nam ,T KEL Ml'SIC !>M.EM il 19' .E loth •• Hiale in. Flu to reglwter No:-!, S! i n I %  r Attorney to 10/13 20 %  .", ll '3 i nan wPh the f'lcrk %  thi (Mrlit Court o' t>ml< F"l.rida HEN1 %  NE 75 I -.%  %  %  -.,-; % %  -..-• f %  1-2 >-27, II 3 NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW \i,vi.".is HEREBY GIVEN thai i%  %  %  %  na i i %  % %  ig to engaa; Ii -inunder the Mel lo-is nnmen 'i '' I'll Kales, Co.; Mian i Bi ai h %  'arpel t %  I'U al 1 % %  %  %  %  nty, F.I rl 'a i I nda to reg i ui-, nan i i 'lei i. ol '' %  i' o of I de i' I u Ii. I'l;i'\' Tn Don't Trade Our MiAMl BEACH BIRTHRIGHT fW! a METRO MESS of pottage! VOTE w // YES AMEND METRO let's C-3* Back "LOCAL'' Nome Rule — Pd. Pol. Adv. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITK'K (8 Hi. 'iBY OIVEN that the inderslgned, deblrlng to engage In >aa und ir the I n inne* %  • Beach Hea | lid C >nl %  M KM '•• ter w ashingI ton Hearing Aid \ He irlng ,\-,i i I %  i Ave., Mi1 1 Fl3u.li H id r ui'-. ivil!: he Clei lour %  %  • %  \ %  • iFTI IAN> SC I NOTICE BY PUai-ICATION IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY INCHANCcRY, No. 6!'; 10822 It INK S -.tiff, MORRIS NELS IN, 1 l.-l.-M I It'l SUI T FOR O'VORCE I', i y.iRRia NELSON \ • ....I Norfolk Virginia v., u ire !" % %  ii> no <4 < hat %  < BI I of Comp for D\\ iree h-i> bi n filed *: %  % %  •"' I y i %  ".re quired to serve B copy of your Annwer or Pleading to the Bill of Com plaint on th'II.,I nl Iff's Manui Zala i 108 i !ongreas Building, Miami, Florida and file th>original Answer or Pleading m thn office of the Clark of the Circuit Court on or b I,, of November, If >o : fail to da SO, judgment by default wlil be taki -' you for the relief demanded In the Mill of Coi nplalnt. Thi 'in %  il i: be published oni eacb weak for four i • >e itlve week* In Till! JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND 'i tDEltEU at Miami, Florida, this u i ,. of i w. \.D 1961 B B EA PHERM > N Clerk, Circuit Coi i''e (BI all B] HBI BN KES9LEH, I ii-,),. %  MANUEL ZAIAO i • loni • is Bldg. Miami, Florida Attorney for I'.tor ill 10/13-10-27 n/a N THE C "C'JiT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C PC'.'ITOF FLOR'DA IN ANO -"' 3 D-'-OE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No v ; !; %  !!: i.ol"-'' M RE, Plalntll JE8SE RAY McCLtrRB, i lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yi. '. ..and 1971 5th K\ % %  ,, ., • : i, r required to file your inswer to the complaint with he olerk ol I le % %  ^ % %  ^ e 'ourl and -.• %  .• ,i copy thereo to H -rm in Co. hen, Atto ney, IMi Congress Building, Miami -. Fli la, on or before November Kith. I3i' ir else suit will '>.taken as confessed I Mtf.i October lOtn, 1961 E. B LE v rHERM \N'. Clerk, Cirvult Court, Dade County, Florida, (seal) Bj HELEN KESSLER. l Nput) Clerk %  1-20-27, ll/J NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE lHEREBY OIVEN that b\ virtue of Chapter 678 of Fin Statutes Annotated fl941). Warehousemen .-•'! Warehouse Receipts, wherein I.CB-R.R VAN LINES, INC., : %  Florida corporation, bj virtu,ol warehouse li^n. has In i possession he follow • %  k ii' iropi rtj Household tloodu A the propert> of Mrs K Mi ler. e/o Walter \ \!.irg irel \ • %  V.i. Mrs Bett i W Fll h, c • lamet y. Whitln. N. Unbrldgi Mass.; Mr N ii 1220 A'I "• Ro id Miami Beach I "• %  an I thai "ii the da %  ol v I '61 d .:.!' hours ale, n ulnlj b< K) In thi ,138 N W. -'l'l lidder 1 I the above descrll • '.' M i Walter A4I \ th, V | N.I' %  .:.. \ %  i Ron I i la. this llth i AC If AN I IES. INC IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN OROBATE N) 53888 A IN RE Estate i MAN MORK IN Dec %  .'.• NOT'CE TO CREDITORS To Al. I' % %  %  • m.l Pi -• %  %  Having Clal i % % %  i >..."-• .-.i Id :-.. .: You n h -reb; notil d i l requlred % %  pre-• %  t i %  > 11 %  and deman-lti A'hich • i i i have iga • %  i MAX MORRISON deceased l .-• if l lade I % %  intj Fl irlda to -l Co • ludges if Dade • i ime I n th ol | Ii • inty i >uae in fount) lai i.... ,,r i imbl c iiloi her thi nme ill bi ban MORR IN 1 FACNi FINK & 1 i ill linq VI 1/22 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCU'T OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 61C-7563 (Pej'-on) CENTRAL SAVINOS HANK IN rHE CITY OF NEW v IRK, • C irporal n ixisting in,''" r 'ii.tu>si i te ol N'-".\ v. Plain Iff, v .JESSE .i WHS \ '~ I '.•'. ndnnts. NOTICE OF SU T r '. JE8SK i \.M "S YA1 I and i :i..\ I HA V.\'!' 4 wife It. -ih nee l*nki • • %  YOl' ARE HEItKII < NOTIFII %  sull ii in bei HI %  KNTRAL SAVI Ml IS BANK IN THE CITY i>F Nf the %  entitled Com loi %  •> norlKuae encumbe Ii '' % %  llowing lesi riI••: ,.' i.oi y. Block i-. :.\UOL 11 VRIIENS, a< rdu to the | I the! eof, recorde I ii it I ik 65, it pag< 131 the publ 'da of I lade Count> Fl rlda; uui you in i to ir ,uis-.with i! • Clerh the C'r lit i 'ourl o! i >ade Count Fl la, i. the f'ourthouKe In M"iml hlorlda, in or before October 23, i"..i. and I i serve :i copy "I -mil n sv. up in DAVID P, CATSMAN, Pilntifl • i rney, whose address Is 14th Fli U mi Bust Fagler Street, Mia nl Florida on or befori I > • is repaired bj til* l. i % %  i • I,I. if Mill f;lll to do -" llainl i'. ill ii.taken a ci infess %  i bj %  %  ind • 11.-, ; %  Pro Confeeso ,I bi 'ed • nn-! >..'i I dern inded ,n ii,.compl lint. DATED thi> l".'!^ daj of September, I nil. E B LEATHERMAN Cle-k of the C ,. '-i I lade l !ount) Honda • .-.-.ill i:.. : K. .'• i.i I lepu %  %  DAVID P. C \ TSM VJ llth F r :.I ; : F [lei .Miami 32, Florl i i :: 19 10 i n NOTIL£ OAP.= L CATION FOR T AX OZEO Fits 1222) Notice %  hei • %  -v\en thai • th iniel W Silirnee, nf City of M nl T'i i '<• Numb i • l !"• % %  0 %  "' \ i. '•. i ''.' %  l tiftcfl ti ,,%  • %  n "i" Lpplical i K "I to H(here 'ii in t-yl %  'i in I e County, Florida Lots 8-9 g 14 Wad! 'a Resubdh ige 169 iti the i %  ty Of liadi Stati %  • The under the Cer i iued i he name of Ci 'ertlflcuti I Ml a i • Ing to lit w, tax d • II on the 2">tl A.D. NO^iC'l UNDER F:CTTIOUS NAME LAW NOT Ii i Ci HVF N -I' •' 1961. the un ler Ing I igag l %  ited thi* I9tl ,, -r \ I • 1961. WHITE !'•'' %  ; INN al 110 W '.,_,.%  ... %  • to %  sa i with tl lircull %  • Dade 'ounl Fl ir la DOR KEN v Mm-: T\ i.oK KESM1 I :R SC GA \ • 1999 S 'A %  i ,-, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business undvr th^ fictitious name of FASHION KA IK DRESS SHOP al %  ii Bird Road M iml Fl rl la i • tend t • reg at r laid na me with the C'erk or -hi ircult Co irl ol I lade Count) Florida. MA I'lLDA FELDSTE1N SHIR1J4Y will PCUP Sole • *v> nera 10/6-13-20-27 NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUo NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned • siring I > engage In Eortsmoutn, tl .. sj ....... un der the flcMI IUK i ime of MY FAIR I ADY il 177O0 Colllna Avenue, Miami !!• %  i i. iii le Com ty, % %  %  ini^:i Is to regl %  said nan e will ''rul i i irl ol iad I' ; \ K SILVER !•! iwner .!> i Koad IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOIC'AL CIRCUIT OF FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 10213 KATHLEEN ••:... ANDER*>V)N, Plain OMAR USE ANDERS IN I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Attornev, IX>: OMAR LBB ANDERSON p O. Box No. 316 Parker Building Murphy. North Carolina You ar>hereby notifii-l that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce luia been riled against you in thabove ••titiii.-ii tuse, and you are required to aerve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of dalnt on the Plalntlffa Attorney, Char'ei M. Kelly. 1625 E 4h Ave Hfaleah, Florida and flitth* original in ihoffice of the Clerk of the I ircult Court on or before the 27th day %  October, 1961. otherwise a Decree Confesso will be entered miuii-i '.Mil Dated ii Mann. Florida this 26th it ij of September, i''fii E. B. LEA TH BTR M W I 'i.-'-k of IhrCircuit 'ourt I lade County, Florl i • 1 ij HELEN KESSLER, Deputy Cle-W 9/29, 10,6-1.1-20 -. IT CS UNDER FiCTl "OUS NAME LAW Ni i ,• he und %  :A: HA i •' .' .• t of tl It Cm % %  '•' S A L V i II N \\ .1 DAVID LI IMA? ','• %  .• ir Appl u %  %  > s E. i'V -' \ v* Miami. Fl irl la I.I | 18-20 NOT CE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW Ni rTICH is HEREBY liv BN thai the undersigned, d^i-irin^ to engage in buslnesg under the fictitious name of MIAMI FURNITURE KKKIMSH Kits at MO N K. 70th Bt Miami intends to register said name vsah the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida AM 'RED D. CJAUDINI • 10/6-13-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'lTK'i: IS HEUEIIY CIVKN t'-.a! ;h. undersigned, desiring t> engage in business under the fictitious narri SIN FASHIONS OK MIAMI, BUN FASHION CASUALS OF MIAMI at Box 2191, Miami Heai'h 40. Florida tends to reglater ga : names with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dude Count}. Fli HANDY ISLES OF Mi^Ml INC Bj ,ia >• F Nauman, Secretary \RTHUR W K Mli l-K Attorn. %  > lor Applicani .!ioi Biscayne Blvd., Miami Fta 9/22-29, 10/6-13 B. B 1 ,..v %  Clerk "• turt, l •:, ., II I..a ...-.,I) I',. R, M LEE PER Deput) llerk 10/6-13-JO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORDA IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 6-C 9487 ANTHONY REBELLi I ind SUSAN MARGARET RciBELLO, hi.wife, I'liiinlif' B, DAVID SH U'lK' i i' l LILLI U' SHAPIRO, hi> wife and/or If either or both are dead ill i known heir.-,, .|i-% btees, legatees, gr i nte • l, asslai .-. lienors,, re oto -. trustee*, or other claimants, i ilng by, through, under or aa ilnnt them; ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES I v I' CLAIMANTS having ir claiming my ii-hl. till.' or ml. i'"-t in I i'ion the ii opert> \n\ dved in thin I lefenda nts AMENDED NOTICE TO DEFEND r. • ALL OF THE AH IVE ^ > M '.I I DEFENDANTS in.l ill nerB ma claiming an r rl Interest ioi lie upon the real propert} I any 111 r i i' •. %  ADDRESSI Yi >l\ and em !RBr.\ S> ITIFIKI i. '%  H %  '• ItELI I un l Sl'.IN MAR IB REBEL!. his *ife, hi • \ i rotloVi : pi I ill : ',' BURHAN AI ".'. I'.' %  ii Is ,. ., i • i you ire hei i i cop) of your Ai %  lefen -. %  i %  OJI ROH IRT II. Ii: \l RIO l If red I. rl Building, Mian the irlglnal In th the of the i 'lrculi Cow 30th daj of o 196 th.nllegal I m %  • 1 iitak.'ii as confessed bj i Decree Pro Confesso will be entered is you for the relief prayed 'or in said Complain) DATED at N.*ai. Dads) County, i'loi ida. tin.21st daj of October, 19*1. B. B. LEATHERM > N Clerk of the Clroull Court —all BV! K M I lfM >.. I leputy Clerk Rl >BERT II TRACRlO Attornej fi r Plain! I 1133 Alfred I. dul'ont Bldg. Miami 32, Florid l/JM, i n i NOT.CE UNDER' FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBi OIVEN that the undersigned, di ige In buatnesB under the fictitious name ol B I". COFFEE SI' ii' i' 10 N'lrth '.-•. 2nd Stn M'-i" to resi-t<-r said name wl^h tbe plerk of ih "iroult Court of Dade i mty, Hloriili.. lUV ,-.' i. %  •, 'Nb, ,UR Stole i "ft'ner -— KKSSI.KU ai A.cAttornej foi so uni" 9/22-29. 10/6-13



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fridcty. October 13. 1961 *JfewM fhridHar Page 13-A JEWISH MORALISTS Fr Harokeach Pleazar Ben Judah of Wormi .-,/•-.'; fWveV mere empty words, f into :>"•!! ith no man; place nice on men of mocking lips. with evil men; cherish i %  fixed good opinion of Ay mi lend thine ear to retnon%  • jjni reproof. Be not iccd^l.v at demotwtMeionj of honor. Mot uu.'.-ioti ly for distinction, !;. iealt>U3 of Others. %  %  :.: 1 Of monev. H nor Ay parent*; mj^e peace I'tr I i isl among peothem gently into the good place thy trust in, give Ay | i %  ; u>ho (ear God. the i Ay nippori in /,,. I •,: icdntily to Aon lio iteful even for breathe, and .. thou up • Ay p tty and e hmgs Km b lew to tore Ay bro both of ; me naJ^i i mi.i o| ye uill %  al hut togeAer iv against the i. Inch fcullj even lUelf: .nd ^noic .. a :• -• such eni % o\ lents of tnrtuoiu men as (hall .! ihee •%  Ae beauty • / rnder nol thyself a rum o/ all the i re lives (hat destroy I4t >tir of food of ill reverence in our Let Us Think of Maximum Spiritual Security Today tavni s C TIA iaioi4s JZif e See vices J h i 9 • LAJ e e h e n J 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 reJeases received after that time will De returned £| proof of,* their lateness. r r ; • t • • mm -ay inx yp_ ova By RABBI TIBOR STERN •-Beth Jacob~eBndreo>tion In the age of maximum luxury and surplus of plenty, citizens all over the country attend courses in personal survival. Archilechts who draw plans for palatial homes with indoor -wimmine pools, intercom service and built-in TV, also make %  *OVISIOPS tor iho same tamily to live underground in an empty ceuu'iii sheu, hiding nuclei" tne most primitive conditions since their ancestors the cavemen. Just how civilization miscalculated its plan lo preserve mankind was not tested yet. but it is certain thnt all the modern concepts of security will not serve as shelters on the Day of Aw e God said to Noah: "Build an ark and carry into it all species Of life and vegetation." The building j of the ark was incidental; the preservation of life was automatic. Noah was righteous, and Ins righteousnes was his shelter and security. Nation-, as well as individuals, must build a shelter for their protection, a shelter not of steel or concrete, not of monetary security or a shield of weapons. Man can not hide in his sins or seek cover in his wrongdoing, nor can nations draw a curtain to shield their naked and !;,' ',',,'„ '...". r.i'i,'''exposed evil. *." liar Mltsvah: Kicky, Bun .if Mr I In our evening prayer, we ask God to cover us with a shelter of peace. 3 ETH KOOESH ft !" Qua „ Roost dr [t seems that peace is the only shelter that man can take refuge in. The • — shelter of peace is built according to the following specifications. We 3 | T e H co > nsertati 6 ve h RabbVViax up* must have peace with ourselves. We must not be torn apart with .cnitz. cantor Ben zion Kitchen constant indecision between good and evil. We must have peace with God; lei u-; stop our rebellion against Him. and let us understand that religion is our solution and not our problem. RAizi risofl snuN enemies of mankind GUDATM ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyl* ave Orti()(n Pabhi la' e h'rlilay S:4S p.m Saturdaj s SO a.m. Sermon: "TinSplrii >i r'aithfulnea i :.n i i ivali . e Conservative. R. Yi.sko. president. BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conr alive l-abm Me ma N. ~h,-.pno Cantor William W. Lioson. K i.i.i> i Si A Senni %  if Valui .' i. i ) 'ilniomi wl honi i Mr. ami Mrs V M lyen Its %  n I heir XQth annh -i i:y. Sal in •! s a.m. Ill r v. v.* i. lerome, non % %  : Mi. and M i • SETH EL. 600 SW %  'tb ave. Orthodox Rabbi Snlomcr rhii %  •; i la> "i. %  • |i Satiirtiu ) v.. i m Sermon "Mo ill'>..i.• BETH EMETH. ',?7'.0 NW 2nd ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Hymarx Fine. I i I. Me: i I %  \ Blel i. .i n i'lvtlti i n %  • r la; v la a.m. BETH ISRAEL. 4C00 Prairie ave. Ortnodox ri.i. %  i H. LOUII Rottman 3ETH JACuo. 301 -311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Riobi Tibor Stern Cantor Maurice Mamchei. GEMS OF WISDOM A •"'ii PIUV walk, oootlt ui nAi!'••. end '.•: icitliiii. a price* .•.. ii posses* T fool can %  cl t'te.s BZOBI •';' %  fretitneu GOLLAl 7. • | mess H \>DM %  Kind Id pine 'art' J %  • ...' %  i- ,:'iii • shirt. *NZ • • neither i • %  •'..: all 'n< fun nor paupers' clothes u'luch brin^ !.-; rspeel MAIMONIDI : i man h\ his dress; irmenti but character stresj (i. ROSENZVt r.I(j Mum. Pridaj *:30 p.m. Sermon: "b'top. Look an I I .Isten." K I J:4S n.in. i '• I' Mr:'...iK Steve, on • %  :' Mr. and Mr* lr\ Ini; fl .II DWS; 11 \ Ilia;, son ol Mr. Nations or individuals who rebel against God can not be trusted as ""' M A: 'i 1 '';^ peaceful partners on earth. When the Tablets are broken, the "Thou CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 shall not kill" breaks together with the "1 am the [.ord tnv God" and | 5 b h hamst.-.V,Veid? rth0d0 *" Rabt> with the 'Keep the Sabbath holy." Peace wih our fellowmen as a perfection of peace—these Ingredients of peace will make the shelter of our survival. If v.e can live without the things we consider essential when we are in our fall-out shelters, why not think that mavbe all these luxuries in which we indulge are the enemies of mankind? CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th at.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. l-..:.i> N:.'.'! p.m Ser.non: "Thes lildi Noah .iri • Columbus." s'atm.1 \ •* .i ID. T n-nr irj -imo ,pT3ri2 By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why does Jewish law require a minimum of two witnesses in submitting evidence which would affect the status of a human being? nun Thli page i c prepared in co5 operation with the Spiritual Lead' 1 ers o! the Greater Miami RabbinCJ! Atin RA3.HI MAX A. I IPSCHtTZ ordinator Contributor: SOI OMON BCHIFP L>enu of Wisdom % % %  iiiMMMiiHMiaMaMniieaMn>BHMMaa great." his mouth n*ni T T: %  T • T %  — I" TT ••: T:\3Tib loin D"j?n^ inix Ti1 T T •: T t • I • T T T nr: (31) nnso trtiitf ^BVI nxrj )i}27i nx loisn D-j?n • %  i v IT: • i • T .Vna 3T33 nnso ,1^ 1 T 1 • T • 1 .rnias nin ,npp-n'3 "ntpa nnm n^wa ^^x x^ M .inix T*i?a ]Ji ,D*,7 "ima DDir'7 oms7n Vxi :T •• ; • i • T 1 u iDp x^i ^un x^? 1 ? nn T c B,ind LMrn %  T rad# Om nmmer day. Nahum Natantainly have more numerical weight day even j service? %  1 Jerusalem merchant, was than the evidence of thro., the alleyways of'(Spec. Leg 4.53-54). rkel .. the Old City and OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Pi-Id ) 8:30 p.m. Serrooh: "We Build rhrough rorah.' Consecration ol new Hebrew achool ntudents. Saturday \.M .i :u. b'ermon: "Portion of the VV %  :..• %  FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51tt pi. Conservative. Raobi Ge.aiu Lerer. Cantor George Goldberg. i p in .-• %  : mi .1 The Modern Tower of Babel." Saturday 9 a.m. • HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. This tra.iition is based upon a I verse in the Bible which states: •One witness shall not rise against | a man for anj iniquity, or for any \ sin, in anj sin that he sinneth; at I ;he mouth ol two witnesses shall the matter be established." (Deuteronomy 19:15 The Sefer ha-Chinuch explainsthis requirement by con:endins> that it is possible for one individual to bear a Eliphaz grudge against another individual To the extent that he would bear false testlmonj against him. Hosvwho are in mourning are not alever Buch a thing is not quite as ways in the mood to speak. Those possible ni the case of two individ: who come to pay condolence calls uals who testify simultaneously, come with the motive of bringing (Sefer ha-Chinuch No. 526). | comfort and solace. It is thus a twi i_ nr ihi> quite proper to allow the mourners Philo explained this law on_ the f '£ of whether ta basis oi ^ r um "" al f !" tZ conversation 01 to remain silent. volved. When there is only one witness, if his testimony affects • • t>M man. there is no reason to take his word against the word of the Why is the evening service on Sat defendant. If there is more than orday night held at i time than that of the MIALEAH REFORM .IcWISH C"N GREGATION. 555 W. 43th St.. Hialeah. Reforn.. Rabbi Marius Ranson. v *. p MI Sermnti: "Noali an I i he -""ii lenturj — : ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Moiton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. s. i ni M. "Stan| da Is'." Sal r la; 10 a m. Bar Mluvan: Paul, BOH -f Mr. and Mrs. Leon Moi kow Its. "Vftj-r thi< onened loh KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. B-iobi David Lenrficio "Then answered Cantor Abraham Seif. (Job 2:13; 3:1. 4:1). MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 110' SW 12th ave. Traditional. Cantor Fred Bernstein. The reason is self-evident. Those later eekave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronlals Cantor Oavlo Conviser I'. |. in s,rMi.,n: "I Edicarl II Still Have the rUshes) Prloi AiimiiK Jews?" Oneg Shabbat i,.s It.ai ili .i ni\ eralt> National H i 'ommlttee, Mki ml t;. a'h and rtraiideln L'nlverslty M ". i"l .' % %  "I Greater Miami Saturday I". IS n.in. • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. I68OO NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry B. Wernick. : • la i;i; p m. Bwi v Ice* conducts 1 antui i.-.'.i 1 iiiui.iu i-. Saturday %  :u. Sermon: "Ark ..f Salvation." — • — TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Wasninaton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvina Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. TEMPLE iSrtMw. ^37 NE 19th St. Rform, Rabb ; Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Krliia ^:i". p.m. Sermon: "Thy Qod Shal be mj Qod," naeletant Rabbi M< rrls W. Graff. — e — TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rnbbi Moi-decai Podet. i iii. H:1S p.m. aeinmn: "The I'.ri>. i ivn II — Mi urniiini Knds n Juda'em." Candle bleai>lng by Mrs. I i. inner, Saturda) i"::t" a.m • TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. i.iv :• n.in Sermon: "The Pori i the Law." Bur Mltsvkh: i-'riuik. sin of Cantor and Mrs, Edward K .in. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. ana Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gombcra. • —TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Raboi Benno M. Waiiacn. ij •-. p.m, Sermon: "Washington 'i New Y'i. k "" •• TEMPLE TlrERETH JACOB. 51 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Meim. i %  .-;. %  • • ion Whi re :irii... Ni IH ol • %  % %  ii I 'entur) '." i simia. i ii its: Mr. und Mrs. Ames. -i inluj :i. ML Sermon: "Weekly i ..I ih.Law." one man the ii blind Besides observing the 24 hours of Sabbath r e:t prd enjoyment, one I is supposed to add to the period a Thi ", h, iT 7 3 MW, h Why does Jewish tradition insist measure of time which is called ^iXtSrt Z 'iSn. ^ t .mourners begin the ^sfoth Shabbos" ,an addition to rented an apartment in a cellar. a number of neglected blind children were collected there. MINYONA'RES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. Krtdaj 5:30 p.m. Saturday t a.m. — • OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox Rabbi Ph,neas Weberman SEPHARD1C JEWISH CENTER. 645 TEMPLE ZION. Collma ave. Cantor S. Nachmiat. — • SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th t. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. • %  'Ii'aj -1" pin. Sermon "Exploring i il Thought! S .1 irdaj 9 -i m i la • Mr./.' leffrej son of Mr. and Mrs. Ell Go TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd t.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham Rei email. 'EMP-E IBTn I. c .50 N. Kendall dr.. S Miami. Rerorm Rabhl Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Koclnrr Prl :.i. 15 p.m Metro amendment lebate \VI am .• r and -i" epli Marcus: moderator, William Pallot. 3a curd iy 11:1 a m, Bar Mluvah: Jef• i n of Mi and Mra Harvey Albel. 44 Zamon a vs. 8:S conversation during condolence' the Sabbath). calls and not the visitor.? ( ^ alwavs ^.^ ^ gupgX tQ Such was the procedure •* linger on a little be : ore taking ; TEMPLE ^BETH ^AK sur.ii.nd The name of the institution beplained by the Bible in the case of: leave of him. Likewise, with the i stmctiomst. Rabbi Morris skop. came famous and 31 years ago the Job who received visitors who Sabbath, which we keep a little institution erected its own fine came to console him. The Bible longer before its leaving. Thus 'milding in Jerusalem. This builddescribes it as follows: "So they | the Saturday evening service, ins contains classrooms, a Braille sat down with him upon the ground i which marks the exit of the Sab library, a synagogue, work rooms, seven days and seven nights, and bath, is scheduled at a later time music studios, and play rooms, and none spoke a word unto him. for \ than that cf the daily evening a garden surrounds it. 'they saw that his grief was very i service. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. hTldaj R:1S p.m. Sermon: "Overcom%  : s Among the Jen ieh People." Rai illtsvah: Steven, eon of Mr an I Mr*. %  .• % % %  r • 'Vi' 1 d a j in ::.v n %  s'ermon: "Noah and i he N"i. \ ... in %  .. Mis Molly frviirlebman. TEMPLE ZAMOHM. Conservative. Krlilos 5:4S p.m. Saturda; 8:45 a.m. Bar Mil ivah: Ui i nt, eon ol Mr. and \; Irving Pliakln. Visiting Rabbi \ tutchei k. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albeit Glantz. | i i.i Si rm.-i "S....k the Ari, and nol the Tower." Oneg ShabMr n nd Mrs Hyman \^t. r for their -"'111 .-. 1111 i v nr\. Sniurda) t :i ins, 'iiu. m: "The Noahs in tl 'ii." • YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwv. Conservative. Rahbi Sheldon Steinmetz.Cantor Maurice Neu. hrldii) 8:1! p.m. Sermon: "A Pull r II ned." Katurdaj i a.m. —•— VOUNO ISRAEL. 990 NE 171t tt, Ortnor-ix. Kaooi Shervvm atauber. I n;.'i:i! '.11"'..' ".nil CANDIMGHTING TIME 3 Heshvan — 5:41 p.m. TEMPLE BETH 4nui.OH. 4144 Cna "0 !"



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lay. :ctober 13. 1961 • 'Jen1st ftoridffor Page 7 A 'o/cfe Offers Arab States Non Aggression Pact Coni'r.ued from PJ9* 1-A III to this Assembly," she :, >d in rededicatini; e universal and total ^mentation tha principle of liatio: — then, indeed, it will c Asssrrrbty." 1! issues, she' asserted, includthcs't dividing the Arab states I: • i. can be settled by neation. She expressed Israel's lines: and willingness to nego ",. witl the Ara > states on every e at impute batween them. Isief is, she emphasized, negotiation "is the only alBtiv > war." For i r part, we remain ready at any time or place, i discuss the refugee problem in detail later, when it arises before the Assembly's Special Political ComI mittee. Mrs. Me.r declared: "I I would, however, say this — the I number cf Arabs, who upon the j prompting of their leaders, left the I area which is Israel today, is aliout equal to the number of Jew;sh refugees who came to Israel from Arab countries. We received who saw in him t> symbol of their hopes core and decent worli." -j-ijnal % %  tr a sethese Jewish refugees as our brotentions of their peoples from their .hers, took care of them and re-1 own unresolved problems." habilitated them. Had the Arab countries acted likewise—the Arab re.ugee problem would no longer be with us." Mrs. Meir pleaded with all govtension" in the region. Without mentioning the break-up of the United Arab Republic by Syria's secession, she referred to "recurrent crises" in the region, tore i However, she stated, the UN I apart the image of "Arab unity" j must face now "the problem of I as a valid picture, and said: "The | filUpg the void." Without jneutioh-j image of that unity is a somewhat \ ing the Soviet Union and its drive; toward a "trc'ka" Secretariat leadership, she stated firmly: "There should be one Y secretary general." The "trouta" concept is not acceptable to Israel, she said, since Israel "does not share the view that the world is divided into three blocs." Each nation, she said, must determine for itself "where it stands in the affar.s of the world," ani not be to battered one, and hostility to Israel is at least in part an attempt by Arab leaders to divert the atSince decolonization of the world is one of the important issues at this year's Assembly, which includes more than 40 new states that were formerly colonies of ernments, large and small, to ad-, Western Powers, she referred to labeled by ethers as belong rab leader and without T P r nc, P les that tne onl >' i '**• **• P r ss <>' decoloniza-, one bloc or another. '. i. Ltl .„ .oi.h. alternative to war is negotiation, lion." expressing hope for "speedy • %  ( .lions, m Oiuer 10 seme xpressing hope tor "speec The smaller countries, she said, ; independence" for Angola, assertm" should not only exhort the major i ing that Israel's Congo policy is a powers to negotiate, but "we have r gtri -<'d. Pending "the wi loess the Arab governments a final peace settle[nt," I %  Israeli Foreign Ministold the Assembly, "there are steps at could be taken to reas, allay mutual fears pav< the road to peace." I'u M steps, she said, include in Ara Israel non aggression let. tru parties to which would Idertake to respect each other's fritorial integrity and political Sependence, to refrain from all kfile SC'.s of a military economic position calling for "the Congo for Congolese." and in general stands for freedom and self-determination for all peoples. In this context, she referred also to another agenda item, which outlaw all racial and religious discrimination, and recalled Israel's trial of Gestapo Col. Adolf Eichthe United Nations to enter "a | mann. That trial, she said, "has formally binding instrument by \ poignantly reminded us of the which each government would un-j depth of human degradation and reservedly pledge itself to impie-1 suffering to which racial hatred ment certain basic principles." \ can lead." a duty to practice ourselves what we say to the larger states." "Let no one of us," she urged, "preach the duty of negotiation to others — while, at the same time, refusing to apply it to conflicts in which he himself is involved." She asked all member states of She made it dear that Israel would not tolerate the I ion of Mongi Slim, of Tunisia, the antiIsraeli who is now pres.dent of the General Assembly, as the top executive officer of the United Nations. Avoiding mention A either Mr. Slim or his country by name, she stated that, in Israel's view, the secretary general "should not be a national of a country involved in a serious conflict regarding which the secretary general is called upon to exercise responsibilities." Mr. Slim's country is a member of the Arab League. against Israel." As tj the Arab population inside Israel she said: "We challenge any Arab country to match the progress ir uiiversal, free, compulsory eo.ration, health services, ecorwnic welfare, rare of employment, standard's cf livirg, status of women — which are enjoyed oy our Arab citizens who comprise about 12 percent of our popjiatjon." Mrs. Meir concluded her address with a renewed plea for negotiation as the sole alternative to war, declaring: "Fellow'-delegates: If we are convinced that the only result of modern warfare will be the annihilation of mankind, then we must accept the only decisive lesson that is left. This great organization must have the strength (o fulfill its supreme aim — the settlement of conflicts between nations in peace and for peace. For there is one tear we all share — it I is the awesome fear for the tains of the earth and of man upon it." politic, character, to settle all Then, making the offer of an Arablisting and future differences by t ans, and to cease incitefenl and inflammatory propaknda." Mrs. Meir to!i the Assembly "must not mirt'm^xe the dartI jers o* Arab belligerence and |ts imp /.cations not only for Israel befor the United Nations I ind wid peace." She pointed to the icjchy Arab refugee problem — hich is the only major I Vrab-l;-aeli issue on the agenda [for detfe at the current Assembly session — as a dangerous [situatic-. "The Arab refugees," Ishe as:t?ted, "are being kept as a potcr-ial spearhead for anI other a--ack on Israel." [srael'8 delegation would ISHEMTON lllOTEIKONFIRM BOTH Israeli non aggression pact as a start, she came to the issue of general and complete disarmament which is before this year's Assembly, and told the delegates: "We propose that, simultaneously with the search for a general agreement on disarmament, we should seek to reach agreement also on disarmament with mutual inspection and control for specific zones or situations of international tension. Such a %  scheme would serve as a pilot project for the solution of the I overall problem. Israel is pre1 pared to elaborate a program to that end, and we call upon the Arab states to cooperate with us in this venture." As in past years. Mrs. Meir emphasized the fact that the Middle East is more than an Arab area. I pointing out that the Middle East has more non-Arab inhabitants than Arabs. "Israel enjoys rela tions of friendship." she pointed i out. with all Middle Eastern peo pies "except those belonging to the i Arab League." Mrs. Meir reminded the delegates that Israeli-Arab disputes do not make up "the only source of Mrs. Meir expressed Israel's grief at the "human tragedy, the great loss to the world" in the untimely death of Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold. "The impact of this blow," she said, "has been felt not only by our organization, but in the hearts and minds of people everywhere Violin 'Find 1 To be Seen Here UM Symphny Orchestra conductor Fabien Sevitzky inaugurates his third successive year of tete; vised musical programs Friday over WTHS-TV. ch. 2. at 8:30 p.m. : Mrs. Meir referred to the re-! Guest so \ olit is i6-year-old violin i cent border incidents in which Is virtuosso from Santiago. Chile, PaI raeli frontier patrols shot five Is-' trjcio salvatiorre, now a member raeli Arab youths who refused to 0| the sym phony orchestra. 1 halt efforts to cross illegally into I the Gaza Strip as another regretSevitzky discovered the youth 1 table result of the border warfare last summer when the maesTo was %  which is part of the belligerence | a guest conductor of the Santiago [practiced by the Arab states i Philharmonic •\^**. ITS DONE VIA mnwtar jSHEMIONS EXCLUSIVE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER! fJust call CHickering 4-0700 SHERATON HOTELS So "otl in 42 dim coast to coaet in the > S.A., ,r. Hewali, m Canada, and overseas Fabulous Weekly Package the MADISON Overlooking Ocean at Illinois Ave. ATLANTIC CITY FROM CO* 0 FR OrVi £C*_ Semi-Private'Bath Private Bath PER PEWSON 2 IN ROOM Bicycling"on Boardwalk ALL FREE Box Salt Water Taffy Holling Chair Ride St--1 Pier Admiaiion Cocktail Party Plus FREE attractions available to all guests B'dway Entertainment. Movies. Bingo. TV. Surf Bathing. 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What are Our Main Goals in Education Today?
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limited to narrower and yet wider specifics. Here
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About Peopl*
The head of the Education Department of Mexico
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Miami. A unique feature of the school is that all instruc
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of higher education in Central and South America. Mr-
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mentary Education for the Dade County School System
the eighth largest in the country. She also gave graduate
courses in education at the University of Miami. Her
husband. Seymour Liebman, is currently doing research
in Mexico with an eye toward writing the first book in
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I i< ofa • ,' •• '• H;jr Mitzvah of of Mr ami Mr MO 790 lei I .• .. %  i ern %  .:i Rici a form< tud< i i ••••; itilu J ..-.;',r High He alfback for the v football '';irn and it S %  %  <•;/',• ill be R %  '-' ll III William Lech!n-r -<,r. of Mi and Hn lor merly of Ei ie Pa urill celebrate bii Bar Miti v;.ti at Temple Emanu-EI on Saturday morning Oci 14 br In Lehrman will officiate i rir kfitzvah i-. a rtudenl ut lutilu Junior High and belongs to ih• I 14 at Tem| • Ei Kan .( i' or II..--' • libran -v a'] She mfirmation cla in the 1 4e SW 26th -.t Saturday mornint;. Bdaard **>/ %  tb*n Sairtfe tarry Slei* trtnt PYnkin Williera Ucktuer 6s> "wilt! Stephen Sorrawt Jerome Orlim Jtttrty Goldsmith frmnk Klein Karen Ulet : ; Rabbi Allen Rutchyfe Brent u eighth grade student mce de Leon Junior Higb and ent m mu;;c a member of Coocen ind cantor of the Temple's conini -r of the j '•i'a".',r. K Idush in honor trill follow arentd of the Bar are Mr and MrMax r and Mr. and MrLouis Plu • Jay Yaer Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Jay Edward. -',r, of Mr and Mrs. Herman Yager f>.; r 79th ?er on Saturday mornOci '; al Agudath Isrd'.-i Hebrew Institute. Jay ia student at Nautilus Junior High and attends the lyna • H br< whooL A reception in his honor will follow at the conclusion of the er i .' %  • Frank Klein Frank son of Cantor and Mn ird Klein, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Oct. 14, a: Temple Menorah. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz oificiating. In his honor, a reception will be held on Sunday afternoon in the Temple's new social hall. The Bar Mitzvah's father is Cantor at Temple Menorah. • Sherry Deutsch Friday evening services. Oct. 6. at Temple Sinai included the Bas Mitzvah of Sherry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerson Deut-ch. 1431 St., wuh Rabbi D i ting An Oneg Shabbat in her honor : • : the eerem %  • Stephen Burrows Bar Mitzvah of Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs [rvtag E Burrows will be observed dur;c2 Sat; mornii Oct. 14. a: Be .-. Torah Congregation. Max h::z will officiate in: pr r three years a oresa member of the pre-confir-. itiop cl -A reception in his honor will be held S evening at nihome. Jerome Orlin Jerome, son ot Mr and Mrs MorA4 5W :" %  •: be Bar Mitzvah 4ui .r ning services, Oci H J I I' Sa [ficiate The Bar Mitzvah ns| Ie honor itu r S'ner.i r?oah Jui e is ti an ac. id iano in the oai ano rt %  tition he! I i Ta.-np booL His pan nl I -• %  ing the cere.ner at Beth David on Cent. Air-Cond. Ind Coal.' I ^ V ^^ ,ROMWELLV •OIK Ul The Oc.on at 20K S>rtt THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN CATERERS IXQUlSITf WfOOIMGS I BAR MITZVAS 731 Washington Ave. Telephone Jf -5401 $650 Uanf, per pcrs dU. ecc. 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Page 10-A vJenist fkrkHam Friday. October 12, 1381 Beyond Power By MAX IERNER Israel Charges UNRWA Report Biased Continued from Page 1-A L'nitcd States. Neither Russia nor any of its satellites has contribu' ted anything to UNRWA. An Israeli celegation spokesman noted several key omissions from for a negotiated settlement of all Arab-Israeli problems, including that of tr.e refugees. went of migration to dismember the Jewish State and its ",*,,.. to the Arab nation," Mr. Shuka this time asked the Ui!ted J? •lofts and the United States *, %  "to leave Israel on its own." Pointing out that the resolution also cited resettlement and rehabilitation, the spokesman noted the report. He said there were-'-that it was the refusal-of the "Arab good possibilities of absorption of governments to negotiate with U-j further help of any kind be the Arab refugees in Arab counrael which had been "the main' to Israel, either by the Western What he demanded was that %  h) chaos in Berlin when there is a crisis of chaos in the UN itself The spokesman also notea ihat eral Assembly was delivered here The fact that one man's death has undone so much ,s evidence of the h l e J e "T? *?"*, D "i ^V^SS^£SS^£. *' paradox of Hammarskjold'* labors. He did what he did by personal Hammarskjold had made a report diplomacy because the world was not yet ready to have him do it bv integrity, and the p .j pie to rebuild their national MtJbuilt-in institutional methods. It was his fate to have to work on the world scene at a time of the breaking and making of nations, when his task was to help build a new world order with the only implements at hand—the implements of the old world order grown archaic in a nuclear age. The new forces in our world were obtrusive enough: New destructive weapons, new revolutionary nationalisms, a new Soviet imperialism trying to use them, a bitter political war between the two major powerclusters of the world. Hammarskjold grasped clearly that a massive destruction was inevitable unless the world could move beyond the power principle of the nation state. He saw also that in the transition he would have to use a UN police force, as he tried to do. in 1959 stressing the possibilities tor several years, has been the of -final absorption of the retuself-anointed anti-Israel spokesman gees through economic growth of of !he A*ab bloc the region." and in which the UN The ShuKairy attack singled out official had proposed a plan for Britain and the United States as economic integration of the entire prime supporters of Israel. In hitMiddle East to help solve the retuting at the United States, he ingee problem. Dr. Davis made no eluded directly or through sarcasm mention of the Hammarskjold reeverybody from former President ••We shall do everything power to make peace reign again in the land of peace. Peace based on justice is our ultimate goal m Palestine." —b%  &— tr — port. The strongest Israeli objection was to Dr. Davis' reference to "rights" of repatriation as in the 1948 Assembly resolution. The spokesman said that the resolution did not in fact give the refugees such a right. He pointed out that the resolution called Harry S. Truman to President John F. Kennedy, from Secretary of State Dean Rusk to Adlai Stevenson, chairman of the American delegation here. Unlike his attitude in past Assemblies, when he sought specific actions against Israel ranging from outlawing of Jewish imHE MISCALCULATED on two scores. One was on the bitterness of Khrushchev's eventual hatred of him. The Russians had welcomed his choice in the beginning in the belief that he would practice quietism as well as decorum in his post. It took them a while to find how wrong they | "" were. When they did they sought to destroy him in the total way that j D! -JSI. D M —%  tvJx: T.. A .J... is the only one they know, and their blind vengeance pursued him beyond | %  %  *" % %  DraflCn IVJeeTIng I UeSudV his death to the grave itself. I call it blind because the day may come when Russian city and plain are part of the common human ruin through the collapse of the machinery of order which Hammarskjold worked at contriving. The other miscalculation was on the savagery and tenacity of nationalism as a force. I think he had taken the measure of revolutionary nationalism on the left: Witness the way the UN command in the Congo paralyzed Lumumbas seizure of total power by denying him the airfields and radio stations. But he did not count on the equal tenacity of T-hombe's Katanga nationalism, so that Lumumba's murder and the later Katanga resistance to Dr. O'Brien's operation of disarming the Ehsabethville regime made havoc of his otherwise sensible and hardy Congo plan. in this sense it was Africa that brought about his death—the tangled inscrutable African mind in which the modern world rivalries are superimposed upon ancient tribal passions. Farband. Bialik Branch, will They include Mr. and Mrs SdosbC have its first meeting of the new Berman. executive director of Isseason on Tuesday evening at the rael Histradrut commiWee, Mr. and Farband Center. 842 Washington Mrs. Sam Jackson, vice president ave. Beryl Morrison wil. preside, of Bialik Branch; Mr. and Mrs. Program will feature a reception Beryl Morrison, president; and honoring members who visited IsMr. and Mrs. J. Z Stadlan. former rael last summer. president. The book even on: mmm is talking about CHILDREN OF THE GILDED GHETTO by Judith R. Kramer and Seymour Leventman A candid study of Jews .n a typical American city-the Jrami of the changing generator ; $5.00 To your bookseller or Dept. JF. Yale I'niversilr Press 9-A Yale Station.New Hjver Conn. Please send c opies of CHI >m J OF THE GILDED GHETTO (& 1V00. Name Street.. ,C..y. — A — — •& — -£ %  I SUPPOSE HE would have had to give up his post anywav at the end ol his term; death simp'y anticipated what the Russians had "already doomed. Yet the knowledge that he was expendable did not destroy his identity. He was one of those men whose sure sense of selfhood enables them to achieve a certain selflessness. Some men are selfless out of compassion, guilt or dispair. Hammarskjold s selflessness came out of an aristocratic disdain for the art of ^elf-seeking and out of a poetic perspective which he called religion I went to see Martin Buber in Jerusalem after Hammarskjold had paid him an admiring visit. I gathered from Buber that the two mm had never really touched My own guess would be that Hammarskiolds dialogue with God would be so full of nuances as to baffle Buber and perhaps also God. He seemed closer to the mood-thinking of his favorite trench poet. St. John Perse, than to the sharp Chassidic intensity of the Jewish theologian. -*-£%  £THE FINAL FACT about him was his loneliness. If it is true as .someone has said, that religion is what happens to a man when he is alone with himself, then Hammarskjold had constant occasion for this religious self-exploration. Only a lonely man could endure the ordeal o! standing outside the structure of all political and tribal allegiances which the head of a trans-national organization must do. 1 suspect that this was his final weakness, too. He was too self-SUffiCient to know how terribly frail most men are in their dependence—I shall not say on an allegiance, but at least on a certain accepted frame ot personality. It has taken centuries to create the modern Western man. The Russians and Chinese have tried, in two brief generations to create Communist man. and they may yet succeed, despite their wretched failure in East Germany and Poland. 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