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"Jewish Floridian iVolume 34 — Number 42 Combining THE JiVilSH UNITY and THE JEWISH WtlKlY Miami, Florida, Friday, October 20, 1961 Two Sections — Price 20< t U.S. Gov't. Urged to Back Israel Disarmament Offer for Mid East NEW YORK (JTA) — The United States Government was urged here lo take the initiative in pressing the Arab rulers tor the aeeeptanee of the proposal made last week at the United Nations General Assembly tor Arab-Israel negotiations lo ereate a "pilot disarmament pae;" in the Middle East. The proposal was made by Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister. The eall upon the U.S. Government was voiced by Sen. Kenneth D. Keating, New York Republican, in a public address. At the same time. Sen. Keating also challenged the Arab states to agree to the proI posal. "•'The Arab countries," he said, "have constantly called on the United States and the Soviet Union to undertake such a pact. The nme has come tor us to call on them (o act responsibly in their own part of the world, instead of merely orating about others." Sen. Keating, who >pokc at a conference of the Zionist Organization of America, warned that. he United States could not afford •o "wait and let the dust settle" in the Middle East. He pointed out that only the Soviets are benefiting from the continued stalemate. A pilot Middle East arms control pact, he emphasized, would have wide support throughout the world. "There are already UN teams in the area inspecting and guaranteeing the frontiers. To exend their Jurisdiction over a wider area for weapons control would be Continued on Page 10-A We Give Israel $350,000 For Atomic Energy Reactor Bomb Injures Former Nazi Chief's Aide JERUSALEM — (JTA) — An %  .I using the name George I ii. who was wounded by the I ol a parcel post bomb in a I ascus post office, was identithis week as Alois Brunner. 011 nl Adolf Kichmann's top Gestapo aides in the slaughter of European Jewry during the war. Brunner, whose name came up during the trial of Eichmann last Bummer,, was known in Eichmann s headquarters as "Brunner Number One." to distinguish him his brother, Anton, another Eichmann aide. Anton was tried I... his war crimes by a court in Vienna and hanged. During the Vienna trial, the prosecution stressed that both brothers were equally guilty, and Alois Brunner was accused of • ending 48,000 Vienna Jews to oeath camps. He was also ; I .. r q t d with having supervised the liquidation of Jewish communities in Greece, France, Slovakia, Austria and Germany and the transport of those Jews te death camps. Dieter Wislleeny, another Eich-I WASHINGTON— i.ITA:—Dr. Glenn T. Scaborg. chairman of the j n •• c <. testified at the Nurem! (T niJet j states Atomic Energy Commission, presented this week $350,000 berg trails that Alois Brunner was!, owan j np cos of a aggeareil reactor recently certified as completed | at the Israel Atomic Energy Commission's Nahal S'orek Research %  '.Center. Presentation of the U.S Soeernmenl check was made by ;">r. Seaborg to Israel Ambassador Vvraham Barman during a cere nony in the Commission's office iere. Commitment of the granl for the •ivilian-usc project, a one-thermal negawatt, heterogeneous pool-type reactor, was made May 2. 158 The Israeli research reactor was built by an American company ind achieved criticality on June 16, intio. Uranimum-239 fuel for he reactor was furnished by the Herman Uornsby, the JWV in-; anitvd Slates, under the provisions lormant. told a city-wide press con>f n agreement for cooperation terence thai he had found a large | which stipulates safeguards against active Nazi lront under the name of "Fighting American Nationalists." He said the group distributed most of its literature to students in Chicago high schools. 1948 REPATRIATE CLAUSE STRESSED UN Body Issues Long Awaited Report on Arab Refugee Study UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—The Palestine Conciliation ion. ;is•ion this week submitted a report to the United Nations Genera Assembly on the Arab refugee problem, indicating that it studied not only the question ol repatriation cf the refugees to Israel, but also their "resettlement and economic and BOC'SJ rehabilitation." in accordance with a resolution aduptcd by the Assembly in lf>48. Resettlement and integration of the Arab refugees in the Arab lands i> the central point studiously avoided by ail the Arab delegations. The PCC had been instructed by — — the As-emb'y last April to report: not later than Oct. 15 what pro-! gress, if any, had been made toward implementation of one clause in a long Assembly resolu-; Men adopted in 11148. The clause pointed to by the Arab delegations; dealt only with repatriation of the! refugees or their compensation. In its report here, the Comj mission cited not only that secj ticn of the relevant 1948 clause, but also the section immediately | following, in which the Palestine Conciliation Commission was ordered "to facilitate the repatriation, resettlement and economic and social rehabilitation of the refugees and the payment of compensation." In the report, the Commission informed the Assembly formally' that it had sent to the Middle East Pr John E. Johnson, pre-iContinued on Page 6-A Continued on Page 12-A W0 MORI THAN FIVE OR SIX' Jewish War Veterans Charged With Exaggerating Hate Claims I I11CAGO— (JTA)—An assertion by an agent for the Jewish War Veterans that there were 75 to 100 "hard core" Nazis living in Chicago was strongly contradicted this week by the Anti-Defamation League midwest office and the Chicago Police Security section. Tobacco Firm Quits Boycott Police Sergeant Burton Lovely, of the Security Section, calling Mornsby's report "greatly exaggerated," said that "no more than five or six Naiis are known in this area." William Pinsley, ADL Midwest director of factNEW YOKE — (JTA) — The 1 Brown and Williamson Tobacco Company, which has lor live years id lo sell certain brands of cigarettes to I-rael, under Arab pressure, Monday notified the Conference Of, Presidents of Major .finding, estimated that six to ten American J e w i s h Organizations i that it is "fully resuming Us trade ulations with Israel." A telegram •sent by the tobacco company to Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the Conference, read: Continued on Page 9-A use ol th? material for other than peaceful purposes. In presenting the United States government check. Dr. Seaborn said: "Israel, although a new nation, and one of fhe smallest in the world in population and area, has built up its scientific research and development to the point where it new compares favorably with lhat of advanced nations which have much greater resources and much longer Continued on Page 2-A Ben-Gurioit Denounces Free Choice to Go Back JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Prime Minister David Bcn-Gurion fired a broadside this week at 'the insidious proposal" to give Arab refugees freedom ol choice to return to Israel. The background ol his rejection of that proposal, made in Israel's 'arl ament. was the forthcoming Israel Isolation Ended Golda kbatc in the United Nations Genre! Assembly on the report ol the United Nations Relief ard Works Agency. !h;it report specifically proposed suet) a free choice Speakirer in reply to a H*rut motion tor debate on the povernmert policy toward the refugees, the Prime Minister said this was •". policy calculated to destroy Israel. NEW YORK — (JTA) — "Israel r; no longer isolated and lonely." Mrs. Golda Meir. Foreign Minister of Israel, told a gathering of 1.500 persons a t the Conference <>i Parband Labor Zionist Order, %  aid '.h;:1 all the Arabs who "True, ours is the only nation in Israel when the Jewish i that i* not part of a "family' based i. U v l!\( ll State Israel ((lined by some 30.000 Arabs whOS4 Continued on Page 8-A Cabinet Talks Entering New Phase "In view of our extended conver-> nations over a period of several! JERUSALEM-(JTA)-Mapai leader IJCVI Eshkol. continuing his years regarding Brown and Wil-! efforts to assemble a new coalition under his mandate lrom President liamson's trade relations with I s ", Ben-Zvi, returned this week to the approach of negotiating with one raeli cigarette importers, we are cigarette importers, we happy to inform you that the matter is being satisfactorily resolved. Our request for issuance of cigarette import licenses for Lucky party at a time. The Finance Minister held a three-hour parley with the Liberal Party after several weeks of talks with the Club of Four yielded "no! Strike. Pall Mall. Viceroy and other rejulta Tne club of Four was an Brown and Williamson brands. ls in f 0 rmal alliance of the Liberals, being granted by the Israeli Gov: Naljona Religious Party, Ma eminent; and trade relations will At h( ut Avoda organlzed was established -till live In I on race, language or religion, nor and that they have been are we a part ol any mutual defense alliances. Bui we have numerous Irier.ds among the member nations nl ihe United Nations and we are no more alone than are any of the ei hers, she emphasized. "We cannot go into the UN with the feeling that we have any substantial number of votes in our pocket," she declared, "but which nation, even among the giants, is in that position today? We have our troubles, to be sure. In this vu are not exceptional. But we The four-party group issued a statement conceding failure at efforts to create a broad fiveparty coalition with Mapai and placed the blame for the failure on Mapai. The Liberal Party negotiators for Joining Mapai in a new government. Those dealt with distribution ol portfolios in the next Cabinet and with Liberal Party demands lor nationalization of the. c herish our friendly relations and health services and abolition of; mutual respect with scores of naforeign exchange restrictions. Lij lions beral Party sources told the Jew £ht ascr ibed this largely to Isish Telegraphic Agency that the 1 rae ,. $ attitude that there is no initial meeting with Eshkol had not | sych lhing as "higher nations and indicated any Mapai readiness to Continued on Page 3-A I for the coalition bargaining. I presented to Eshkol their conditions meet those conditions. Cor'ir ued on Page 16-A



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Peg* : A k*ist Fkriltor Friday. October 20. U.S. Gives Israel $3SO : 000 Grant t;-> -.ec :.' %  leaf energi facilities He stated -i-. • the r>ar feature Di ssti prtsr-erit: r Israeli lar. fn specified training tod rl -.:-.-. %  Dec It ii Bj hope e"i ex pectat/cc that ifac reactor al SCaSoreft aval pr*e a wM toci i fcrrtfcer discoveries for tit h nefil Of rr.ir.k.r.': Ajate-Jiccr Harrr.a.'. repfyir.j Dr Seatoorg &.t Ir. eiprtBf the appre : the Goi era mtZA .-_:' I.-.-ii this wtty tan git* e*p .•'. %  --*..-. of the United Stats I %  • ild I M %  place oares bntnoan IE -' >' %  rat. cm for the leader Jewish Floridian Co-Sponsors Lecture By Gen. Yadin on Dead Sea Scrolls Greater Mu r stoical %  T"* 1 >ctMl avaJUblt i-.:. office Dftkefa can Fl FE 2-170! 6 SJbftEt wou Beth Torah Will Honor Two Men OH o of Beth Torah :.. i e-•.ma; dinner and %  :i .., % %  Harold wo.k gad Eneider .-.%  : -e joining the cor.zregBtfor. ix ncnonng these men will oe former I > Sen Claude Pepper Bad State Ser. Tec! David. Entertainment ariD ;r.c.uRepir§ Cash Registers — hsrr, Grand 146 Giroldo A*. HI 3-7891 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" Strrimf tfee Jtwuh Ctmmwmitf StBCS 7*26 mEs:RT.-ovs raifo COSTiCT IESSES 1277 79 81 SOUTHWEST 8th STREET Nexf fa Caracr ef 33rd Avtnvt PHONESI Hl ^ W1 PHONES. | H ^ 922 Rabbi Joseph E. Rockovsky 45 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH Phone JE :.JS5 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PH0NI IS ALWAYS ANSWIRID W# can answer your phone in your own name. Less than S5 por wook for a full time Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR cum Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ROOFING CO. 0X1-1321 i# Ce. Yscin's only public ppear• nc .r M- Greater Miami r*, for he has become living legend ot the State of Israel thrown his ^eccr^.pl!shrr.ents m both his militsry arj scientific careers," ShoeHet said. Va-.r. also • be honored at a Nc-. at Gordon's home, at Meh dt' for the Soirh Plorida Solar Energy Research Center at the Hebrew University will be unveiled for the first time. The ger.eral-professor also will meet Nov 6 at Beth David Congregat:or. with members of the termites work all year ^ ^around ISRAELI REAL ESTATE BOUGH? SOLD APWUiSfc MMU6LD SIDflEY SALANT St< Pa-> Art S y ;7 Uj *\ THE JEWISH HOMt FOR THE ACFD n*e4i for its THRIFT SHOP AD your furtsmjre, clothin.l linens, dishes, drepes, ttcl 5H r^lL"t ? te "^ u mm -I sssi nasaa. 'e may osMfMa, taal a ta *t.ftcwe aril say t,l TWT aaaaaai Haen^mcwf | .M MAII a aawSSSeanniaj c-5iiia...j,| ee hlaa t • e -~,.^ 0 ij its a. 8 -. r. I -alaiing ttheri y,,! •r* h!p' S ye.-seK' Maflufartarsnl and jcbt*- •"•e"ifcr-i e „ m \ aft o.i Sateaaati e> miifln. Pease ce _s for early pidc-up. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED INtlPV SHOP 5737 N.W. 27th A.enue KE 3-2338 : :;€Saturda/i Trocrt'smq with Our Many Satscec Customers" ANOTHER LOCATION FOR TOUR CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS. 1RT" • "sMeTeT' -MAT" T0UI -E1AC0 SOTI Corol Woy & S.W. 27t'n Ave. M0 S.W. 8rh St. WE INSTALL GLASS f OR EVERY PM RPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniturt Topi. Etrriee 1 Mirrors ani Ktsiher'mg Cir .'rii t • I. I G. GLASS AND MFRR0R WORKS •36 S.W. 8th ST. Morris Crib Pbeae FR 1-13*3 —INSURANCE .__ ONE STOP AGEN^*Y 4% a^^ JEWELRY-FURS— MISCELLAS EOi.'J FLO. W*\'' AJ'OMOIILE LIAIILITY A PHYSICAL DAI Wl 'y Liaiirs to meet TOIaa^ajl Roa't ACKERWN INSURANCE HE KEftrST AND MOST fMH Of CiPRS aaaaiAE aoao CMAPU IM caau ^ A FAMILY TRADITION Ba.'etf Upon Oadicatwa ta Servlea The Oltimata m Camlorl SO Taars of ftasrlaaca Mail McOtra racilillM Ptnonai'itd tt"tloa aM Cart ta OeUU -. MEMORIAL CHAPEL.3 MISMI SUCH aaaaa nth sM attat SMI SI SO Nwmtnti On.a liBcrisa I I1SS MISMI KM SI ITtk Siren RlrMaM IH1I lama S Blasbari. Faacral Birecla*



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!a V October 20. 19S1 %  *Jten*islP IflorSdliiaiF Page 3 A issing membership kickoif and "Mad Hatters" affair held IC.-:. 18, 3 p.m., at the Dupont Plaza hotel are thse officers c the Miami Women's Unit of United Cerebral Palsy. Left t; :.^ht (seated! are Mrs. Bess Schonberq. membership, and IMrs. Lydia de Hirsh, fund-raising. Standing are Mrs. Ann Liierman, program and Mrs. Shirley Meiberaer, carresponisecretary. U.S. Tobacco Firm Puts End to Israel Boycott Continued rrom Pa^e 1-A a tully resumed. I would appreciate your informing your constituents accordingly." In notifying ths presidents of th 18 organizations participat"i in the Conference about the : intents of the telegram. Rabbi Miller said that the Brown and Williamson boycott of Israel first S*9*n in 1956, when it sent letShrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Paiii IS>wYork,N.Y.(Special)-Forthe fi rat time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop rectal itch and to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all results Were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne 9 ) discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available In suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation H*. At all drug counters. ters to Israeli importers notify, ing them that no future orders could be accepted. Soon afterward, the Presidents Conference issued a pamphlet, "A Report on the Arab Boycott Against Americans," which stated that Brown and Williamson Tobacco Corporation had been "forced to succumb to pressues of the Arab League." According to Rabbi Miller, about three weeks ago a Brown and Williamson representative indicated to the Presidents Conference the willingness of the company to resume shipment of all its cigarettes to Israel, and that it would approach Israeli trade officials accordingly. Rabbi Miller said that the Presidents Conference is "gratified that Brown and Williamson — together with its parent body, the British American Tobacco Company—has concluded that it is better ethics and morality to resist the Arab boycott demands and to resume its trade relations with Israel. They will find, in the long run, that it is better business too," he said. Proceds for Religious School Dora Stein Sisterhood of Israelite Center will hold a fund-raising luncheon card party on Wednesday noon in the social hall. Cochairmen for the affair are Mrs. Phillip Richman and Mrs. George Graham. Proceeds are for the religious school. RENT IT. INC. fucfry Trainti Sharpening t Repairs RentAH 1TyptJ Mowers SAW A CUTLERY SHARPENING LOCKSMITH Dealer for: Lawn Boy-Hutfy-Eclipse-Moto Moyer-Cooper Kiipper-Heo 1220 S.W. 57th AVENUE %  .. T^L FREE PICK UP — TOOL RENTALS OF ALL TYPES Complete ond Dependable Title Semco IAMI TITLE tOktvactCQ. M YEARS OF TITLI SERVICI IN DAD! COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Inieronct Policies of lenses City Title Iftsormco Ce. Coprret, Ssrpfei Reserve* ficeed SSflOO.OOO 1X4 SECURITY TRUST IUILOINO —i 1M NJ. FIRST STREET TELEPHONE FRankHit 34431 Cedars of Cebanon Hospital will be dedicated SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29 # J oin the leaders of our Community at Opening Day Dedication Ceremonies at 11:00 a. m. Cedars of Lebanon will be your hospital Help open its doors of healing. 1300 N. W. 14 Street IN THE HEART OF MIAMI'S METROPOLITAN MEDICAL CENTER. 282 BEDS, OPENING TO SERVE THE ILL OF ALL FAITHS.



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Fcce 4-A +Jewls* fhridicir Friday. October 20, igm ~Je wi sh Flor idi a n CFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 395 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LIO MTNDLIN .'...'.....".^Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU — Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel HAY U. BINDER Correspondent Ptibli.-tifi *V.TV Frlrlav jlncf V2T In Th> Jewlnh Floridlan at 12" N.E. Sixth Sir—-Miami !. P..r1a. Steond-Claaa Poatac* PM at Miami, Florida. The Jewish FiomJun hat absorbed the Jewish Unity ana the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newt Service, National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The JHWWI Fli>:iillan does > %  • %  guarantee th* K i-hruth (if the nn-rchandi*-adverl .-• % %  In itn column* S U 8 S C It* P JT h* t**—ft A T-**^ Local Area One Year 15.00 Three Years $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Friday. October 20. 1961 Volume 34 Number 42 10 Heshvan 5722 Spending for Mere Worthy Human Need Golda Meir hes offered z disarmament proposal for the Middle East Scaled down to :: B, the countries o: th • suffer the burdens of military sp th the seme disoe'rous effect upon theii economies as the •;or powers. In the case of underdeveloped .ons, it is even worse. Funds expended for arms In any Arab 1: d literally rpeans bread taken away from a hungry, illiterate populace which ciso bears -f wretched woes or a variety of physical ills. Israel's society, far newer and smaller in Z.ZB and human need than her Arab counterparts, is also far and away more developed technicallyi economically, agriculturally, and :.-: ustrially. In this sense, military expendi•_.es in Israel do not necessarily demand the c.erwhelming personal sacrifice that the Arab peasant must pay tor them — the kind of sacri:::e, incidentally, he most likely fails to under:-: nd. Nevertheless, Israel stiil prefers to spend these sums in a creative way. Funds released frcm her already swollen military budget could best be applied to the fulfillment of Israel's —: nifold national development projects. This kind of budgetary distribution will, however, be a dream so long as the Jewish Sate must remain on guard agcinst the ag:r.ess;ve designs ot her hostile Arab neiqhbors. '..-. suggesting a disarmament proposal for the .V.ddle East, Mrs. Meir is simply trying to tell the Arabs that military spending is both foolish ':. d wasteful for their governments and her C • n. She is telling them that all concerned could profit from a mutual agreement to cut i.rns spending for the bench! of more worthy h'jman needs. The reaction c' the Arab leadership was ..'.'mediate: ridicu'e. This, coupled with their a o^t effort today to make maximum political hey of the unresolved refugee dilemma, bodes ..'. for Israel in the days ahead. • • • No Solution Really Wanted The longcwaited Pales:ine Conciliation Crmrrussion report on the Arab refugees has ccme LO with exact./ nothing. The Commission was instructed by th? UN General Assembly last April t^ r iturn a workable recommen: : tion not later than Oct. 15. The PCC report makes no mention of resettlement in other Arab land3, but repeats the ancient untenable Arab demands for reseti.ement in Israel. It is significant to note that the Palestine Conciliation Commission incorporates in its structure an advisory unit whose membership •-".eludes representatives of the Arab nations. Not a single Israeli sits on this board. PCC pressure for "settlement" of the refugee question based on impossible solutions proves beyond doubt that the Arab leaders — ore than anything want the question to remain unresolved. Give Your' Fair Share' United Fund time is upon us. Dade county is in the midst of a campaign to achieve £2,798,822 for the operation of 39 worthy weltare organizations in our community. The term, "fair share," is entirely selfexplanatory. It suggests that every Greater Vian-.ian has a part in the overall responsi-;!ity of concern for human need. Each of us, to the best of our financial ability, must meet this responsibility. Just about every resident here benefits from the programs of these 39 organizations in cne way or another throughout the year. Sometimes the benefits are immediate — as in the case of a Dade countian who seeks the advice, RiiAimiR US WITH A MONUMENT (The Poem of Yevtvshenko) assistance, or understanding of a United Fund agency in one of a number of welfare needs. At other times, the benefits are less apparent, but they exist nevertheless in the form of a community spiritually strengthened in the knowledge that neighbor has not forgotten neighbor — that the less fortunate may rely en the more fortunate in time of need. This is the total meaning of "fair share." Have you accepted your fair share of the responsibility? Are you a mature, understanding Greater Miamian? Give to United Fund. JWV Method Scrutinized The Jewish War Veterans ot the United States have "taken over" George Lincoln Rockwell as their own province ever since the American Nazi leader's emeiger.ee on the national scene. Almost single-handedly, they have assumed a primary role in acting as outraged spokesmen for the Jewish community and, indeed, for the general public. Theirs was the energy and the challenge that chased Rockwell from his meeting p'.ace in Washington, D.C. Theirs, as iate as last week, was the voice that 3poke out cgainst the presumably increasing Nazi activity in Chicago. Critics of the Jewish War Veterans contend that Rockwell and his henchmen are a fractional, insignificant bunch of hooligans who would not even rate mention in the press if JWV ignored them. It is their belief that the veterans' continuing campaign against these racists and hatemongers, more than anything else, gives the Rockwell organization the publicity and notoriety it could otherwise never achieve. As a case in point, they charge that JWV has overstated the situation in Chicago — that JWV leaders are guilty of exaggerating the numbers and importance of Rockwell's followers and activity there. The critics may have a point, and it may be well for the more voluble JWV spokesmen today to examine their motives with respect to Rockwell. But it js difficult to agree that nothing should be said at all — just as it is impossible to hope that Rockwell will disappear from the American scene if ignored long enough. This is the position taken by U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy. Only time will tell who erred: Kennedy, in refusing to place the Rockwellites on the subversive list —to give them notoriety; or the JWV in its unrelenting if occasionally exaggerated harrassment of the Nazis. We suspect that, by continually keeping the public aware of Rockwell's activities, the veterans are in the long run doing the country a worthwhile service. • • the week as i see it by LEO MINDLIN i |Y|ONGI SUM'S failure to during the week I^FF^^SS back for Arab diplomat,. at the United Nations. This ii precisely why Slim did f ai i even to the mest cold-blooded observer, it was apparent he would not be able to periorm his duties with any acceptable degree of objectivity. Accorded for only the briefest period of time the* powers as president of the General Assembly. Mongi Slim promptly proceeded to engage in Middle East bloc politics: at a l'\ reception hosted by John Fitzgerald Kennedy, of the United States delegation, he snubbed Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir. Most of the new member nations of the world peace organization have the astigmatic capacity to show little understanding cf economic history beyond "fin de siecle" colonialism: although, consistently their answer lo it lies in twentieth century applied Communist d Nevertheless, even for these UN elements, who often regard Israel as a child of -Western imperialism." the snub proved too much as possible successor to Dag Hammarskjoid ;> nov. j ih ( ,.._, ,,. I" Thant. of Burma, jeems the he ; r apparent. So far as Is concerned. a better choice could hardly have been mad. Minister Bn-Gurion and Burmese Premier U Nu are elos am • eaiii) I rgel thai it was Burma whose influenci Egypt's President N'asser trom reading powerful anti-Israel ttons into tlae n the non-aligned nations conference Nevertheless, while h s snub of Mrs. Meir maj have had with Moi being scratched from ... race for • the ha pp; ch lice ol l Thant must be regarded as no n c incidental tu Israel's highest interests. THE STIMGl StLENCi Of THE COMMENTATORS II THANT SEEMS to be the best of all possible worlds so far ** United States and the Soviet Union are concerned a: this He has proved acceptable to each, and thus virtually emergeman destined to fill the Dag Hammarskjold vacancy — alth decision i hardly a firm one. Sadly, what has not yet bee-. | i Old the American people is the price our nation must pay [or Mos cow's acquiescence. Nikita Khrushchev gave up the Troika principle in name only, but he is the victor in retaining its substance. For at the ell the new secretary general will sit a -cabinet" endowed with virtual nullifying powers — powers, among other things, substantially permitting a unilateral Soviet ejection of U Thant trom hi-: post ei| months hence in the event he fails to win Russian approval by then American news observers did a comprehensive job in ana 1 } the terrify-ing significance cf Dag Hammarskjold's unexpect-.-d di .; to the survival of the United Nations as an effective instrument for world peace. Mincing no words, they called the shots as the? saw them, darts indeed though the outlook seemed. But these observers have since been strangelv silent in reporting on the U.S. de battle with* the Soviet Union to maintain the integrity of the UN retariat and. as a matter ot fact of the UN. itself. fn announcing the virtual choice of U Thant. U.S. Ambass Adlai Stevenson this week admitted that the West made "an enormous concession." Submitting to a ••cabinet" is the concession to Stevenson referred. But there has been little talk cf what precede I and almost: none to comment on it since. •:-:A WOMAN'S StmUUMtM POLEMIC THIS IS A sad defeat for us and. undoubtedly, a happy victoi the Soviet Union, whose dismemberment cf the United N has already begun — a dismemberment predicted the day the rui Mr. Hammarskjold and his plane were found near Ndola. Mosi is the kind of forward-looking optimism one might almost envy the twisted intent of Communist dialectic did not betray itsi readily. A ease in point is a letter received here Oct. 9 by Miami Be women's leader. Mrs. Louis Glasser. The letter :s from Olga arenkc. manager of the International .Relations Department 0 Soviet Women's Committee, and was posted from the commit offices at 23 Pushkin st Moscow. Mrs. Gla.-ser was a nuini the South Florida women's delegation that visited the Soviet I sometime age and that met. among other Russian personalities I Premier's wife. Nina Khrushchev. The tetter addresses itself to "American women and mothers who are sincerely for Peace and Life on Earth (sic)" in a kil sentimental, but also polemic way, that implies women mtu evitably come up with the answer to the East We-; impasse. In ;i woman to--woman statement of principles appended to the letter, the olive branch of peace only cursorily hides the mailed list that hoids it. The present international situation, the statement open-, is one "owing to the imperialist states (and) pregnant with the menace off a new world war ." It is a situation which has for i I "the Soviet government ... to take a number of steps to il country's defense capacity .'* In addition, "the aggressive forces of NATO, and in the first place the United States. West Germany, Britain and France, have augmented the arms drive and the direct threats ag ainst the Soviet Union ." CONTRAST BETWEEN PRINCIPLES AND DEEDS ftETURMING MOMENTARILY to the "eternal feminine" theme, %  Which is designed to soften its propagandistic impact, the ment wnejps over the "Soviet women (who) will never forget the suffering and grief of World War II. and who "realize the for decisive measures to prevent a new and still more terrible military catastrophe." The f.ar for German resurgence is everywhere apparent, and in this regard I hardly blame the Russians, who charge: "In West Ger many.. militarism is rampant; the former generals of Hitler I command of the Bundeswehr and are pressing for a revision of irontiers." But, in another spirit, we are told: "It was our country that unilaterally carried out repeated cuts in the armed forces and stopped tests of ntaclcar weapons." One meed go no further. Correspondent Bondarenkp dates her letter Sept. 29 — some dozen or more A-blasts after the Soviet resumption of atomic firings in the atmosphere. 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Friday. October 20, 1961 fJewisti ftoridlain Page 5-A More Than 5.000 Expected Will Attend Cedars of Lebanon Dedication Opener More lhan 5.000 nr c ons = ro \. pected at the dedication and opening ceremomes oi iiiva*er alt**. a newest hospital facility, the $4,.110.006 Cedars of Lebanon Hos.,], on Sunday, Oct. 29. 1 he many private citizens who n ;i:ie the medical facility a reality through their financial pledges, civic leaders, and stale and county officials will join in the dedication Mayor Robert King High signs proclamation designating Sunday, Oct. 29, as Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Day. Shown with Mayor High is hospital president, Samuel T. Sapiro, who will turn over the non-profit medical institution to residents of Dade county cl the 11 a.m. ceremonies. ies at the hospital site. hospital is located at 1300 N\V 4iii st„ i-. the fa-t-rrowing Metro. titan Medic;.! Center. SI rtly after the dedication at the hospital will officially ts loors. Mayor Robert King High, of Miami, an-j Coun'y Manager Irving McNayr witl be en hand to sccpri the modern medical unit ". behalf of the community. [hts of the dedication will 1 lude a motorcade through dawnMiami, culminating at the hospital site. During the ribbon1 lUng ceremonies, seven Miami %  I leaders will receive Volunteer \ ;ilor awards for having been p r-onally responsible for raising 100000 toward the development ol the hospital. Following the cere1 "roes, there will be a tour of the hospital and refreshments served. Adult Classes At Temple Judea On Wednesday from 8 to 9 p.m., the second in a series of adult eduction classes will be held at Temple .ludea. "The Saga of Our Faith" will be taught by Rabbi Mordecai Podet, nnd "The Jew in the Modern World" will be taught by Dr. aid D. Michelson. The program is open to the public nnd will be presented the second nd fourth Tuesday evening durNovember and December. Music at the dedication will be provided by Harry Koven and his jorchestra. Jack Goldstein, owner of the Town restaurant, has designed and created a special dona lion in honor of the opening. He \ will unveil a 180-lb., five-foot cake •-to be served at the opening. The non-profit hospital, built on ; a six and a half acre site, will open jits first three floors following the dedication, including its ultra modern maternity wing. The top thres floors, including the Abe Aronovitr Memorial Pavilion for the study and treatment of heart diseases, will open later. Th pavilion is named in honor of Miami's late mayor, who, prior to his death, played a major rde in the development of Cedars of Lebanon. Cedars will have 282 beds and 30 bassinets. Samuel T. Sapiro president ot the hospital, said thnt a significant fac: about the medical fac:l ty is its Jack of ft Us "At Cedars, the big outlay wen into purchasing the linest and most efficient equipment to save lives.' In addition to Sapiro, talcing part in the motorcade and ccremoires will be Stanley C. Myers, chair man of the hospital board; E. Albert Pallot, who heads the development fund; Sanford K. Bronstein. hospital administrator; and Dr. Morton Halpcrn, chief of staff. Others at the dedication will in elude hospital vice presidents. Sen. Monroney to Make Special Miami Trip to Attend Dinner Tribute to Spectors MR. AND MRS. SPUTOR Samuel Luby. David Stuzin and Ben Novack; secretary, Harold Thurman; and treasurer. R. Williams Apte. Members of the dedication com mitteo also include Sidney M. Aronovitz, Dr. Morris H. Blau. Elliott Blumeiihal. Dr. Chester Cassel, Judge Irving Cypen. Louis E. Soldman, Maurice G. Furman. Herbert Gelerhter, Sidney I.anger. j Sidney Lefcourt. Joseph Garficld. I Dr. Max Pepper. Dr. Mauric 1 Rich, Dr. Reuben Rochkind, Mor jr's Lomaskin, Col. Nathan B. Rood. Robert Russell, Samuel J Spector, Saul Silberman. Joseph jWeintraub. and Stanley 11. Wolff. Sen. A. S. Mike .Monroney. of Oklahoma, one of the iew members of the Senate to hold a B'nai Brith Americanism Award, will be guest speaker at a Cedars of Lebanon benefit dinner Tuesday, Oct. 31. at the Barcelona hotel. The dinner will honor the Samuel J. Spectors. of Miami, for 40 years of •'unswerving devotion and service to their community." Spector. a trustee of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, has been known for many philanthropic and civic efforts. He has been closely ulentilied with Beth David Congregation in it.15 years of growth. Sidney Lefcourt, chairman of the dinner, said hundreds of people will attend the dinner honoring the Spectors. Sen. Monroney is making a special trip here to participate in the dinner ceremonies. The Spectors will receive the hospital's Volunteer of Valor Award for their great efforts in behali of the new medical facility. The hosi pital opens Oct. 29. Sen Monroney, a Democrat, is a native of Oklahoma. Alter fix years ol work as a newspaper repor.er and political writer, he : spent ten years operating a small business before being elected to 1 the House of Representative::n 1938. He served five terms in the ; House, and was elected to the United States Senate in 1950. and reflected in 1956. I Since entering active political SEN. MONRONEY life, the Senator has won several major awards, including two orary degrees, the Ccllier's Award for Distinguished Congressional Service in lt43. the University of Oklahoma Citation for Di gi:i.-hcd Service in 1948, and the B'nai B"rith Americanism A in 1953. His legislation in the field ol avt ation has included authorship of emergency laws to save small upplemental air carriers in I960 i JV.O. Each Is In His Hart A Mm Coral Way Slates Andersen Story Coral, Way Jewish Center will present tin Penguin Players, pro •ional actors directed by In in Mans Christian Andersen's "The Emperor's New Clothes." Curtain time is 2 p.m.. Sunday, at 8755 SW 16th st. Adults are admitted only if accompanied by a child. Refreshments will be available. Mrs. William Jacobs is reservations chairman. In a day before philanthropy bad become popular in this country. Juiiah Tuaro of New Orleans and Boston was a remarkably open-hearted man. in a sense, his life was a tragic one. For, denied the hand of his beloved cousin Catherine, by her fattier, he had moved from Boston to New Orleans as a young man where he devoted the rest of his life to hard work and helpingothers. He never married. And the scope of Judah Tuaro'a giving matched his generosity. Catholics. Protestants, Jews ... Churches and Synagogues Sailors* homes and Libraries all these and many more benefited from his opt n-lianded giving. But perhaps Judah Tuaro's most famous gift is also his finest memorial. It stands on a famous American Battleground — Bunker Hill. Though a memorial had been started at Bunker Hill fifty years after the signing of the Declaration—in 1826, funds had run short and even the impassioned oratory of Daniel Webster had failed to raise more. At last, in 18:59, Amos Laurence —a Boston blue-blood —had pledged $10,000 on condition that a like amount should be raised. Soon the committee received their additional $10,000— from New Orleans, of all places! And the donor asked that he remain anonymous. But Judah Tuaro's identity did not remain hidden long. And on the day of the dedication of the completed Hunker Hill Memorial, Oliver Wendell Holmes contributed these dedicatory lines: "Amos and Judah—venerated names, Patriarch and Prophet press tl'fir equal chiint.*. Like generous coursers running *1Uek "i Sect,' Each aids the ivork by giving it a cheek. Christian and Jar, they carry out one plan, For though of different faiths, each is in his heart a man." First with the Finest Cigarettes through Lorillard research



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F.re £ A > J^n /' */ Fkri-fi^r Friday, Zrz'zi: z; m UN Body Reports on Arab Refugees %  • %  t< r • >. r .-< % ... .: tbal ". : not yet on use %  m progresi 100a 7." "Whi! rfelrir 3 that it was re* yet poiiible to wtomit firm rtrxlviion. Dr. Johnson irv ftrrwed th* Commission that high (^ :.!* o* the host countries and cf -.- had expressed the view tr.t it might be possible to teke c-ifj'*' s'eos with r9'd to -; -9* s'i-b — wrhovt i-e .; c* -i rtw positions e* the %  rn mania n theaspects o* •- 5 MtilM C-ts*!o.' ft'mt • c *%  %  ovld not t pcisiple *t Hi •.•9 *o develop an ^ec*s* = c i** c ; -etai.ed pr^pos* -cps n • • -.'%  Johnson s -ep; — 'o •',•.-* ~ -*ss*;' o method! -.•-. : %  -.. %  -: %  .: ;Ihi 'f'.^ce 1 .1. • — T .%  : eS 15 -.Israel Ko indical • • irtber ;rl mdicat• • eted 7.-. Cedars z: Lebanon Open House tow fat -A-cmen Fred er .er president oi the "~::ei C:c~: z: 7:ue £. j V j Mrs. Louis London the arganisationa esao cancer rmca. -::ese" a dbeck fa S2 50C to Sam.e: T. £,r.:c p. n Cedars, rhe money will go toward en gUSaAooma, air-conditioninK. ( TV Ine. Children under 14 fret ir. aajne room with adult. And D< SheratDO confirms both room tti.d 'alt. Single room rates: $14.00, J.. r 00, J18.00, $19.00. F'o' Ttncrralionn in 1, Kteondf via hESERYATHON, Sheraton* tie. computer, call PLaza 1-0961 t SKiRATOM-CARLTON HOTEL WASHINGTON. DC. hostile neighbors; the emergence of a national culture." Mist Gellhorn's article is an objective narrative by a novelist, journalist and former war correspondent who recently returned from the Middle East. She reports how the Arab refugees and the Arab Israelis live, and what they say about themselves, their past and their future. Th article startout by lmmcdi• b .nU. IUMIW. V 0 <:.~1... Whi.lv • Mm. f Mlvl*. -..k.... ... ,..r. .U. HI |IMI, BtaC'W Dnlilkii lnpj, Htw Vwt t"ijr.



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day. October 20, 1961 *Jen>i§ii F/f)ridfi3f Page 7 A foe of the Most Valuable Discoveries of Our Time more papyri, all lying together in a small leather pouch beside the waterskin. Kach of them we cai • fully tucked into its bed of cotton By PROF. Y-.GASL VAOIN Hfo t he i <: l:)30. after 0 ,. who • • spring's -'editions to the Judeaa Desert < had nad a chaocc to study ,.„,!-. it became clMS that we to no out. again in r c h oi the addiOMal matenal ow sure was ::ere that Ly thi i further light on the r Kochba period. %  w W ert equally certain — even ,., who did not see this at the he firs, expedition—that '.'..I cant large-sea scientific U'oration of the Judean Desert !;._, ,ns ad siv. c • tyon walls many the < ives are ,ted i Id be : -n withol the Israel Defense pr • n was no\ only ... | the • rope tie us to aves, but ma tily of putcamps tl .' 200-odd 5 of I taeological the rt of sup. the trackless wastes fom Beersheba. No less important a, the problem electricity, for last year's finds were ade onlj thanks to the fact that ie cavet were illuminated with [ectricitj provided by a generator it was -ought out to the area. There vas also the problem of nancing ie expedition, for even the Defense Forces undertook organ rational and supply asicts, w< still needed funds to pay he manj volunteers for the wear tea of their clothing and :• ai photograoaic expenses; 3 hire certain experts who were j; available on a voluntary bais: to buy equipment, wrapping .. MMMH Tins • the first in a strict b\ Gt Yigael Yddm. former commanS.er-in'chief of the Army if Israel dnd a world-renowned I orchat M, More recently, i 1 :n has been identified : ; uncovering of the pncclci .'!jr (Coc'iba letter* in I He also played an hisI torn n .t in the Dead Sea I Is discoveries. The series is f from the Hebrew by I VI isl : •'.( hn. and initially apI I the Jerusalem Post. \ T. .ii U ill visit Miami on I \ %  id 6 m behalf of the : Amenc. .-. Friend, of the He' II I .. cTSHV. I materials, and special tools, etc. Happily b; the time we asked the Defense F crcei to organize the expedition, we had rais-ad most of the funds — partly from private contribution.:hroughojt the country, and part j from fees earned by member.' :f last year's expedition from writing and lecturing on the finds. By the time the expedition set Out on liar. 14, tension and anticipation har been heightened by the fact that, two weeks earlier, the full texts of the Bar Kochba period document;which were discovered at the etc of 1M2 in Wadi Muraba'at in Jordan finally reached Jerusalem. Several of these documents. Including a latter from Bar Kochba. v t d already been published, but now new significant data came to light. Israel's Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion looks on with interest as Gen. Yigael Yadin, professor of archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, shows him some of the historic findings of the expedition into the Judean desert, which firmly established the historic evidence of Bar Kochba and the struggles of the anti-Roman Jewish rebels of the second century. We finally set out from Jerusalem for Beersheba on a Tuesday morning. The journey passed very quickly as the five of us amused ourselves oy speculating on what we would bring back this time — Yosef Aviram. organizer and coordinator if the four expeditions, a .id the lour team leaders: Nanman Avlgad, Yohanan Aharoni. Pessah Bar-Adon and myself. In Btcrsheba we met for the first time the volunteers who would serve on our respective teams — who ha 1 been selected by Mr. Aviram from the hundreds of kibbutz and moshav members, city dwellers, students from many countries — Juws and non-Jews — who had o.'rVred their services. We immediately broke up into teams and set out for our various destinations — Avigad for Ein Gedi. Bar-Adon for Nahal Mishmar. Aharoni for the southern bank of Nahal Hever. and I for the Cave of Letters, in the northern bank of Nahal Hever. To tell me truth. I had not reallyexpected to turn up very much in this cave now. as 1 had previously gone over it last year when the Bar Kochba letters were found. We therefore considered it a good omen that, just a little while after we got started the following morning, two members of the group that had gone to search the chamber of the cave in which the letters were found last year turned up, in the very niche which had contained the letters, a stamped piece of clay tied to a string. This was obviously a seal with which one of the letters had been bound — like the seal we found last year of a man wrestling with a lion. (Later in Jerusalem a photographic enlargement of this seal showed it pictured some foliage — either a lulav palm frond or a myrtle branch, both part of the ritual equipment of the Feast of Tabernacles.) That afternoon, from that same part of the third chamber, came electrifying news. I was in the first chamber when a member of the team came hurrying in to report breathlessly that in moving around he had stepped on a rock "that moved suspiciously." and had lifted it to discover a niche containing "a basket full of all sorts of things, with all sorts of other things beside it." As I hur ried back with him 1 asked him whether he knew exactly what was in the basket. He repUed that another member of the team he had summoned, a student of archaeology, thought that the basket 'probably" contained scrolls. After examining the niche, I decided not to move anything until we could get the expedition's photographer to carefully photograph the site and each of the finds as they were removed. A telephone call back to base ascertained that he could not be reached in time to do the that day. and we put it off — mos". i reluctantly — till the following morning. When we went back to Locus 61 (as the site will henceforth be known in the final publication) the following morning, we took aloo | wrapping materials — boxes, car itons. strings, cotton, etc. In cham' ber three we removed the rest of the rocks that sealed the niche, SO that it was now possible U sq • • inside it. Then we started removing the objects. First came an article which the day before hud apeared to be a a number of wooden plates in an excellent state of preservation, which had obviously been licked clean or given a thorough rinsing before their hapless owr.ensi had I buried them. Then came a sickle, in excellent condition, of the sort i which to this day is used in this area by Arab peasants. Then came a pair of woman's sandals: we were amazed at their remarkable resemblance to the su-calied "Eilat Sandals" of our own day. Tnen we brought up two keys on a followed by a group of woodenhandled knives, including one "freshly" sharpened Now beneath the bu: <. training all those article1.;. :. rge waterskin, much like last year's skin containing the letters, bul in a bad state m preserv ati .... B dealing with this how evi r elded tn clear out the objects lying around it — an iron | i two large handles: two little brass flasks: a mirror. We -eeir. I I be repeating last year's finds, and this, of course, quickened our hopes that, like last year, we would turn up a treasure of documents. Even as this thought struck me my eyes foil <>u — a scroll. At last! Neatly rolled and bound. Carefully we tucked it away in a bed of cotton in a box. Then 1 caught sight of a strange object — a reeu aoout 30 cm. long. For a moment I thought we had found an ancient flute, but on examining it I could clearly see through one end of the reed that it contained a tightly rolled papyrus. in a box of its own. And at last, the waterskin — or rather, as we later learned in Jerusalem, the remnants of three waterskins. First 1 started Baking out bundles of tatters — sacks, shirts, and a whole variety of material a woman might need for mending the family clothing. Then I reached down and fished up another bundle — mor* rags, I thought But this one was nicety bound, and it proved to ojntain the treasure we were looking for. There in an opening in the bundle's wrapping, I could make out dozens if papyri, tightly rolled and pack• I — apparently the big [est sill [le •i >ard i1 documents yet found in our cave or in any o: the Jordanian e.r Meanwhile, back in chamber o:io, had turned up .'ems which earliei might have excited us but v.inch now seemed relatively iniignificant—arrowheads, food remnants, a:ui even two papyrus fragin on scroll. It was actually a semi circular wooden box. now empty, but which had once apparently contained a lady's jewelry. Then came 1 now turned to the pile of cloth and the damaged waterskin. Reaching in, I picked up a cigarshaped papyrus, and then five We were exhilarate* as we made our way back to camp that evening. The next day. with a commercial helicopter that brought down a visiting foreign journalist and his wife, who were accompanied by my wife, I sent the papyri back to Jerusalem, to be taken immediately to Prof, and Mrs. Biberkraut for unfolding. 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Fere 3-A +Jeni5t Flcridli&ri Friday, October C .ruing about Tempie Menorah Israel Bar Mitzvah dinner to :-i place on Nov. 9 at the Americana hotel are Samuel •: ediand. chcinr.cn of the Israel Bond Oraanizction; Leonard j Solomon, dinner chairman; and Rabbi Mayer Abrcmcwitz, i; Lr:tual leader of the Temple. Rabbi Abramowitz and So'.oron pledged an all-out effort on behalf of themselves end Maurice Revitz, president of the congregation, for State cf Is ae! Bonds in connection with the dinner. American Jewish Committee Meeting To Eye 'Which Road for US. Jews?' Ah.ch Road for American will be the theme of fie r a annual meet-r.g of the Great i T.I chapter cf trie American tab Committ'*e slated for Nov. IE .nd 19 at the Diplomat hotel A weekend of work study and : hai been planned as trie setL". for the annual session, which be highlighted Saturday night h 13. by the annual banque* -t -h Rep, Dante B. I aseell will rhe main speaker and will re-' High School Students to Talk •ommunism-A Threat to Our A ilican Way of Life" will be disci cd by local high school stUd 's at a meeting of the North fraternities and sororities can • chapter of Bnai BTith Worn; serve a useful role for teen-agers ] .XJ25. "SLSFOHJE t.*** !" I n on Tuesday. 8:30 p.m., at Yehuc.i M'...he Congregation. Appearing on the program will %e Kelt* Bamsh and Reuben Be r is in. of North Miami Senior ] h School, and Leonard Dean I i Julius Lee. ol Booker T Washin Senior High School. reidivin, a Cuban refugee, lived under Castro for one year. ceive the Human Rela'ions Award of the AJC. An afternoon study and discussion on the provocative issue of "Assimilation. Integration or Insulation'.'" will launch the serious work of the weekend at 1:15 p.m. Thre* local personalities will comprise the panel for tSe discussion, whose moderator will be Dr. Peritx Scheinberg. Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel, and Richard Wolfson, well-known attorney, will set the tone for the discussion. Ben Gurion Hits UN Proposal Continued from Page 1-A return waj arrant ler a family reunion program o: the Israel Government. The number of Arabs who lived La the area allocated by the United Nations to Israel and who lef* f or on Aral lead. era is nol gr later than the Dill refugee^ from Arab count! the Prime Minisl .red He said that there had been unplanned but effective exchange of populations and there was neither a practical possibility nor moral justification for "turning the clock back. Turning to the question cf compensation for properties left behind the departing Arabs, the Prime Minister stated that it would be "inconceivable" not to take into account the matter of properties of Jewish refugees from Arab countries and parts of termer Palestine. "If compensation is to be paid —and we do not oppose compensation if the question as a whole is solved—then Jewish refugees are similarly entitled to compensation," he declared. He charged that the Arab refugee problem existed "entirely as a result of the violation of the United Naj tions charter by the Arab rulers and their callous treatment of their own people whom they treat not as humans but as a weapon with which to strike at Israel." He insisted the only "practical and fair solution'* was to settle the Arab refugees among their own people in countries which have : USA. tftUCOtUOMST SAMU£l_ fMXTSKU*. • %  • HUE Of ftOAB ^ Mrs. Fannie Sklor philanthropist and Zionist of Mi and Chicago, dedicates a Jewish National Fund jeel in the American Freedom Forest in the ncan and Frumah S'-clar. The forest, situated en the frontier and encircling Jerusalem, represents one o: ish National Fur.:'? current efforts to insure Lie =e the Holy City. Dignitaries from many kibbutzaether with the SkiciS worked as chaiulzirr. in the er of Palestine, look ::: a', the impressive ceremonies v %  '; attended by corning trcm ali parts of the country. M has just returned :c '•Mem: Beach from Israel. %  %  Beech bepnJ Samud %  -Jordu •'-5 lex. • • :: who :-, v ion rs. Skim At the same time, teen-agers > enl A y ** ,and an d "£f wUI tackle a local controversy in h J" b "*" *? mply w,t h the a discussion on whether or not L ? ftf" and ,h / P r,nc 'P 1 f the L.N charter and enter into di in Dade county. Dr. .Alan A Lipj settlement. Israel would give all ton will serve as moderator of this •'K sslbIe a ; 31 \ tance ( t0 ard reset session, which is barred to anyone emcnt of *• reiu 3 ee anion over the age of 18. | t heir own I>eople He said he had no objection t a debate on the question and sug importance of Exercise mportance of Exercise" will be topic of a talk by Dr. Abraham V. fson, author of "The Road to I Itta and Happier Living." on Sunday, 9 a.m., before the Slim:c Club on the 10!h st. beach. 'i v group la under the direction' '.l Lillian Friedlandcr. who haa pointed by the Miami i$ -acn Recreation Department, Jack Woody, vipenntendent. The workshop committee, co' % %  chaired by Mrs. David Catsman and Alvin Cassel. has also planned • *? s,ed should be held short! a Sunday luncheon seminar on a f,er the re,,,rn of Mr> Golda "Communism. Civil Liberties and Meir srae, s Foreign Minister. Conformity." with Dr Tom Wood ,rom the currpnt lN General Asof the University of Miami dissemblv The mot 'n f r debate cussing how best to combat ComWM a PP rov ,d bv a la 'g-' majority, munism while securing civil liberties. Art Class Enrollment The dinner committee, cf which Enrollment opens lor An Ufa. Mrs. James Katzman and David limited, offering graduate art in-! Hochberg arc chairmen, has anstruction in its air conditioned aounced that tickets may be purstudio at 685 NE 79 st Regiatrabased for the annual banquet tion is daily from 2 to 5 p.m. Classwithout participating in the other eg stress "drawing for fun." and activities of the weekend The honwill be under the direction of oring of Rep. Fascell, and his adWarren Soned. Faculty includes Iress to the gathering will be the.Loretta Hums. Dan Greenhill. and highlight of the evening. Susan La>hinskv. Is Life Insurance a good investment? It depends on what you want from an investment. 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Friday, October 20, 1961 fJewisti fhrkMaan Page 9-A Top Israeli Diplomat Due at Beth Sholom Dinner One of Israel's most noted diplo. Mordekbfii Shneerson. will to Miami Oil his first official t -T join in ceremonies honoring Hechl Sunday evening, I. ouncement fiat Ambassador rson 9 i 6C qOe.'i sneiker Temple Be h Sholom Israel Mitzvah u:r.r,er was made by \I Alber president of !he i'ion and dinner chairman. iner will take place at the %  ROC '.: %  f h-eerson is Israel's Ambassador to the Republic of Mexico and the nations of Central America. Prior to his appointment to is present post. Ambassador inneerson achieved international •cognition as Israel's envoy to France. It was daring his service in this acity that close ties of friend-hip between France and Israel ere formed in an alliance which AMBASSADOR SHNEfRSON Jewish War Veterans Charged With Exaggerating Hate Claims Continued from Page I-A Nazis were busy in the Chicago aret. He also declared that Hornsby had "completely exagaer*ed" the situation. Oscar Shabat, director of human olations for .theChicago Board of: lucatioh, reported that an investi-j i ition of the schools mentioned; by Hcrnsby had failed to uncover! any Dew evidence of Naii infiltrai on. He said that several weeks \ B70, one boy at the Prosser high choo] aroused the wrath of fellow: rtudents by trying to dislnbute N /: lerature. Tin ADL Official criticized the -. War Veterans for making *azi group tront page news.! He said that while the group did exist, "they are operating on a shoe string, and their members have considerable inability to promote anything approaching a serious mass movement." The Sentinel of Chicago, in an editorial by J. L. Fishbein. editor, also denounced the Jewish War Veterans. "We defy the Jewish War Veterans to present their story before any competent committee of community leaders, including our law enforcement and Jewish defense agencies.'* Fishbein wrote. He challenged the JWV to deny 'he truth of the charges by the ADL and the Chicago police that the JWV had exaggerated the significance of Nazi activities in the Chicago area. hitboon of utmost importance to Israel's security plans Ambassador Shneerson has been awarded the rank as Commander of the French Legion ot Honor, in recognition by Prance of his distin3iri?hc>l service. Shneerson entered the Israeli Foreign Service in 1948. serving with the first Israeli diplomatic mission in Latin America as counselor to the Lraeli Legation in .Montevideo, then :n Buenos Aires. Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, expressed e'eep gratification that, "Israel has seen fit to send a man of Ambassador Shneerson's c'ature to join with us in honoring our own Issie Hecht." Fabbi Kronen laid that "Mr Hecht, through his constant dedication to the congregation, to every worthy cause, and to the State of Israel, has earned the respect and, deep affection of thousands of our fellow citizens bo'h within and out of the congregation No one is more deserving of this high tribute which will be pad to him at the dinner on Oct. 29." Heading the dinner committee with James M. Albert are Jack A. Cantor, chairman of the board of governors for State of Israel Bonds and a former president ot Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Kronish, David S. Drucker, president ot the Temple's Brotherhood, Mrs. %  Harvey A. Kramer, president of the j Temple's Sisterhood, and Mrs. Jo! seph Pardo, president of the PTA. The commltte* of hO"t* Includes \lr an I VJack \bbutt, Mr. anil Mrs. William .Vt*ra* >•-. Mr, ::n.l Mrs. I lames M. A-bert, ii •. ;i i Mr*. Jcn! -|,h Alter, Mr. .did Mr.-.. Ell If I.. Atnlur, Mr and Mr* S An in. Mr • • %  I Mr.-. % %  >: Ark-n Mr and : Mrs. Joseph A.-li, Mr and Mrs. Bl I Ft.-i-ilii. Mr. and Mm. William Born...M. M ,.ii Mrion...Rrotmun, Mr. and Mrs. Morr > Cur.;. I'.iv i! ; i %  i : i iii i 1 M.\ i I M III ind M Abe %  I"' IS I M IlllU. • %  kir. a id 1 I %  %  v .: i.. %  ..i. ll H.i11 il Kl h, %  • %  Mi ,1 ik.>ff, Mr. %  : %  ... Mr. an 1 Mrs rl t, Mi and i nd Mrs i '• • %  in M'in Inn I Morry B. Moi • Mrs. \ iHI N. ,\ man, ii '•' .%  Ollnll k, Mr-. "•-•'.mj md Mrs l,ai i-\ •!. M Mllll 1 %  Mr and P M and Mrs. VI lack KlfVI i j i. in Rl -. ml Mr> %  %  i Bobbins, Mr i" • Mrs Mr and Mr-. Ii %  : %  I. MrIi' Ruddv, Ml %  -• ludg an I Phil S i.i Mrs. Ali N I : Mrs. Joseph it Mr. r I M I. >• % %  tman, Mr. i .'•':•! %  •• :: %  %  • %  :. M. %  I % %  Mrs. s.iiini.-i Stein, Mr. :, % %  I Mrs. [' ..: A Stern, Mr. and Mrs. %  ...-: s„-,-. n I, Mr. and Mrs % %  > T i :. Mr and Mrs. A. I. M 'i Mrs. Jack Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Waldman, Mr and Ml" Mix Weltx, Mr and Mrs H IT Id 2 In a familiar role, Isadore Hecht is seen speaking on behalf oi State of Israel Bonds. He is shown here chairing the Temple Beth Sholom dinner honoring Rabbi Leon Kronish last year. In the foreground is Jack A. Cantor, chairman of the Israel Bond3 board of governors. Temple Execs Plan Confab Mr. :<".>\ Mrs. Arthur Burrell, Mr. II i •... Jack A • 'on' i r, I %  and Mr* Ralph •"'•Mi. Mr Julius 15. Cooper Mr. B"d Mrs Word* C~ Vfr By Special Report WASHINGTON-The human resources ar.i relationships of synagogue administration will be the keynote of the tenth biennial convention cf the National Assn. of | Temple Administrators in Washington. UC. Nov. 16 to 19. Professional administrators, rep, resenting leading synagogues of j the 600-member Union of Amerj iean Hebre .' Congregations, will [participate in workshops and seminars whose emphasis will be on "people" rather lhan the technical aspects of their positions. Among the speakers who will address the administrators are Millard Cass. Deputy Undersecretary of Labor; Dr. S. Norman Feingold, national director of B'nai B'rith Vocational Service: Herman Mosher. Milwaukee civic leader; and Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, president of the L'AHC. Convention chairman. Frank S. Adler. of Kansas C't— Mo has planned a program which will ex< plore the relationships oi leinpte presidents, rabbis, boards, auxiliaries and committees with the administrator, as well as the role he occupies on the expanding horizons of Reform Judaism. Election of officers and other business of the association will take place at the Mayflower hotel. HEK AE THE P.IIBI „ ^ st Pick the Channel 7 Winners! SCnn CHARGE ACCOUNT 3UU AT JORDAN MARSH A TRIP TO MEXICO CITY FOR TWO OR ONE OF 47 OTHER PRIZES IN WCKT'S BIG NEW FALL PROGRAM LINEUP "Pick the Channel 7 Winners t> CONTEST 1| A STEREO-HI Fl CONSOLE WITH A COMPLETE SET OF RECORDS. 2nd $500 Chriatmae Charge Account at Jordan Marah. 3rd An expense-paid trip for two to Mexico City, including trantportation. meals, sightseeing. 4th A months supply of food from KwikChek ($100 worth). 5th-8th Set of World Book Encyclopedia. 9th Year's supply (700 gals.) of Cities Service gasoline for your car. lOth-llth Hamilton Beach Food Mixer. 12th Model 80 B Polaroid Land Camera. 13th 17th 5 bushels citrus fru.t. 18th-19th Puritron Air Purifier. 20th-22nd Westclox Wrist Watch. 23rd-27th Gold-filled pen & pencil set. 28th-30th Seth Thomas Travel Clock. 31st-40th Puritan Banlon Sport Shirt. 41st-50th Lanvin Perfume Kit. FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE RULES 1 View the proirims included in the big ne* NBC Fed lineup on WCKI. Channel 7, Miami Programs premiere during September and early October. 2 Select the ten NBC program! of all those on WCKT whKh you feel will be Ihe most popular wilh South Florida audiences List your selections in Ihe 1 through 10 order in which you would rank their popularity. 3 Send your list of ten programs on an official entry blink a reasonable lacsimile, or on your own writing paper to PICK THE CHANNEL 7 WINNERS. Broadcast Key. Box 38-M, Miami 3S, Florida. Also include I one-word description of your number one choice for top Fall program. This statement may be used as a tie-breaker, if necessary. 4 Entry blanks are obtainable on request at Ihe WCKT studios on Broadcast Key and at Jordan Maish Entry blanks will also be printed in vanous South Florida newspapers and in TV Guide. 5 Selection of winners will be based on program ratings developed by the American Research Bureau Study of the Miami area between the dates of October IMh thru 28ttt. 1961 Comparison of the lop ten programs on contest entries with those developed b the ARB studies will determine the winning entries. In case of duplication, the I word description will be used to decide • winner. If a tie still ensls after thai lime, duplicate (wards will be made. 6 Accuracy of choice, originality in writing the oneword description and neatness will be considered by Ike judges. 7 All entries become the properly of WCKT, Biscayne Television Corporation. I. Decision of the judges will be final. 9 Biscayne Television employees, then families and employees ol associated companies will not be eligible. 10. Contest begins on October 1st and concludes at midnight, October 31st. 1961. II, Winners will be announced on or before December 10th, 1961. 1961-1962 lineup of shows on WCKT 7':00 >:30 8:30 9:00 10:00 7:00 8:30 9:00 1*0:00 %  \ SUNDAY EfljllwJnk|e n Shovr.: Wall Disney Show ; Car 54. Wh>re A>e You' Bonanza Oupon't Show ol the Week" MONDAY Monday at the Movies• Price Is R.ehff .-Thrillerfar TUESDAY Laramie AUred-Hitchcotk' • %  Dick Powelf Show Cain's, KundrtJ WEDNESDAY Wagon Tram Joey Bishop Show Perry Comb Bob Newhart Show •. Dave Brinkley's Journal THURSDAY The Outlaws Dr. Kildare Hazel Sing Along With Mitch FRIDAY 7:00 rWi y*cod Special' 8:30 .Robert-Tayior's Detectives 9:30 Dinsti Shore,.Bed "telephone Hojr 10:30 .. Frank McGeer Here 4 NowSATURDAY 6:00. National Velvet 6:30 .'" Internal^ i • h'owtime 3;30. .'.' %  .. T.il'i>\ WSlljE Fargo .'8:30 ek -Tsll Man i V;00 Saturday Nl| ''..1 the Moviet r i i i i Cut out this portion after filling out and paste on a government post card Here Are My Channel 7 WINNERS New NBC Fall Programs on WCKT-TV I ll 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.. What single word would you usk to describe your first choice abovei Vote for the top ten NBC-WCKT pro* grams and paste to a 3c post card | Name I Address .... City. Telephone nn-iMintM** I I I I i I I I r t f i I i i i I i i i : %  WCKT



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Pc-ra > Mn til fk ri1&r Friday. October ll 1361 Bonn's Third Man by MAX LEftNB US is Urged to Back Disarmament Coce.rtu*d from Pag* 1 A %  :%  %  "TW a**t or Ur:*d S'i'es po. 'XT Mead* %  1lM fi^MTW .ndi*i-.r *t ta* > ey," Sew. Keating MBM "sh*ld b* to promote a sett.emtflf rf the V.detle Eastern imbrogl.o on term* rhat w:ll irs*>r* li'*. i continued sunml and 4cjr.fr *i r — f%ton arvd a Je-sn norr.Mvd and enable all the eovrw-ei ? the a^ea to work •ogertr for human progress. *hat i r*-e*e. I be I we mat the i:l*.H-m or a more 'est.ncj cec* B 'he M:dd Es' it so irrp3rir*. a e'.ierrij 'a the •-•eresfs or the United S*'e* and :• MM *'** .0''d trat i snowld -." -0? reapod 0M I ntimidate I lad the trade ny of •-.-• Bter par*; tr dream of Gem in ..-.";• T-.. urn* "Mr waa ;.-/ %  % % %  ...J %  — •*_ %  i MAY BE ..-ar.ee ol the d the ad prooaMy eater a eoabUaa witJi Adenauer's part the -..ar,cf: of power :r. tha Bundaataf But German) ipatu : a -.A', part !: n il The Bi tiab e> periet %  And ti Germany, as ir. I •. rth major rani of octal welfare •'•' "" the German biaaaell He has voted .AWMtalMM and modernism. He now to rev rence for Adenauer ad before He .i armor to the Social Democrats than he was before Bat he refusee to break iharaf J witb Adenaner and, despite the their* difference-. Sen. Keating internal sacrifices necessary to Bawl rr.ikt ec^ r.orruc development fa-more cult and provide the commui ith i au tfbi torr.r.i, jp discontent M reover, the 5pec:acuiar arms deal; whieb Nasser arranged Jiecboslovakia in :'yj, save the B their r,.i %  ;-• propaganda gain to htte in the le East Declaring thai toil u admitted in Weshington'' and that the policy makers there agree that it would be good ;f the Arabs would agree to -.; down witb Israel and settle personal succesi of Brandt n the caonpaiiir. the voter will not give the .V-'.a. Deanocrate a akandate to form a government. I *rt to underscore the degree to which the vote hi a [HIM—I victorj (or \:r*r,'\He had a dirty campaign of defamation to contend / r. i.^frr authorised but nonetheleaf there He had the big money agatatl him and along with the money the whole massive weight Of the German eatabUabmenf He had many in his own party against him. since be n*d abaken up 'heir archaic Bodallat dogmas and replacec them with modernized program of welfare democracy The fact that he narpointed out that they are. however, afraid that "if they try' :o intervene in the Arab-Israel dispute, they will only antagonize the Arabs and make settlement more difficult That, unfortunately, has been the gist of the American policy r red 'he gap between the two major partie*. BO considerablv is a tntoward the Middle East for years. boti to his understand in* of middle-chwis German society, which means the Senator continued. "In fact. mo • of the German people— including the workerv practically from the moment laincluding — ir— —ii — I WROTE A RECENT column from Germany that the election might mark the end of the Ad e n au er era. It has. if only in the sense that the •nan's charisma as a leader has been considerably blurred. It is unlikely that he weale to surrender the rein, of power, even with his redaaad mandate He rtill hw f he scorn for Krhard that he had two yeaas %  '• %  '•' and Strauss link with the army is still, rightly or wrongly, i> tared in the nation that has ^uff-red ao much from wan and defeat But even Adenauer mut accept the political facts of life. The fact that Meitde leant far more to Brhant'l policies than to Adenauer's should strengthen Braard in the inevitable struggle of the succession within thCbriatian Demoeaala. While foreign policy was never a sharp issue between the three partie I r-annot help feeling tha' Brandt', personal success will give force to his own position, which vai to seize the initiative in the hassle on Berlin, an?' alto to show genuine flexibility in abandoning old, rigid attitudes This should bring Germany somewhat closer to .President Kennedy', position I cannot close without a footnote on the opinion of some of the intellectaala who saw the collapse of the Weimar Republic and had to flee Hitler One of them told me he was for Brandt but would be happy if be failed to get a majority. He felt certain that Germany would soon havt to sign a peace treaty whose term, would not be happy ones. He preferred not to have the Social Democrats in their old historic posiUon Of taking the blame and becoming the scapegoat. VOTE For and ELECT RALPH 0. SNYDER TO HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL "There's Got To Be Some Changes Made" PROGRESS WITH ECONOMY Pull LEVER 17-A Oct. 31 rael was first established Perhaps at one point there was some virtue in that position. Perhaps at first there was some wisdom in trying to let tempers cool But I am sure the American people will never forget the dreadful results in the Far East when the United States decided to wait and let the dust settle.' TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIIM Wen't Upaot Th Stomach Anaein* not only givea ttrongir, £ mttr relief from pain of heextaeh* at it alto M/er. Won't upaet the •tomich and haa no bad effect*. You •a*. Anacin ii like a doctor** pre* aenption. That ia, Anacin contain* not joat on* but a eombinmti** of medically proven, active ingredients. Scientific research haa proved no ringit drug can give luch ttrong yet •ach saf* relief aa Anacin Tablet*. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. TWI\ MTV GLASS CO. GUARANnED MHHtOBS STOfff fHOHlS FURNITUKc TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS I RE SIIVERING AUTO ClASS INSTALLED WHILE YOU WATT 1220 16rb Street, M.3. Closed Saturdays Tel. JE 8-6141 Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 i "One Good Term Deserves Another" tOHTlHUt THE STiADY PWG*fS$/V! GROWTH Of DADi COUNTY'S stcoND umtst c/rr RETURN Victor { %  "vie" %  WILDE TO YOUR HIALEAH COUNCIL PULL LEVER 21-A When you move to town...or to a new home... Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts ... and friendly greetings from our religious, civic and business leaders. If you, or others you know, are moving, be sure to phone Welcome Wagon. HI 84994 WELCOME WAGON



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Friday. October 20, 1961 'fJenist' HE rSdliair) .-cge 11-A Ashmann Named Unit Chairman Mt. Sinai Hospital Anniversary Week, the week of Dec. 17, mark the completion of 12 years of operation of the comr.-.unity hospital. The progress made intliese years is shown .is aerial view. The new Mt. Sine. Hospital building on the right is situated in the hub of the netwo:k cf new roadways leading to the Julia Tuttle Causewcry. At the right is the old building, the former Nautilus hoi el, a Miami Beach mark, which served as Mt. Sine: Hospital ircrn 1949 to 1S60, when the new building was opened. Mt. Sinai Hospital Plans Special Anniversary Week Celebration Here Miami attorney Charles R. Ashmann ha.been named chairman of a four-county clubs and organisations committee which will coordinate special projects, patient services, ami fund-raising activities for the National Multiple Sclerosis SOCK :y among more than 3.D00 Southeast Florida civic clubs and oiher groups. Paul II. Marks, chairman of Southeast Florida char-. nounoed thai program.with or-, films nd exhibit: made a> ailal le lo en ic, proft ssional. social frat< rnal, • icati and charil bit rroups I ughoul Dade. Br w ard, Palm ;;<. h Mont' i ties. A.!i m a %  .Beach Attorney Norman Kapner, (and !. County Assistant state grai -. and ("irect the 50-man Attorney Max Kogen bureau. He will be asAshmann has hceI1 a( tlve in ml -.. Ball) Trade cr Repair Anytr, %  %  ..seal & Photographic COVFLETE LINE OF SUPPLIES TRAIL PHOTO & MUSIC 5725 S.W. 8th ST. MO 70526 RE\T A CAR from S2 50 per day $15 rer wk. & m lefice charge ABOTT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W. FIAGLER ST. Ph. FR 3-6765 ENGAGED TO BE MARRIED? Tii n..i; your new responsibilities, as* aU'iit thi Mi tPiK'litan'a Family Income plan. NAT I • A \ S 3200 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami Phones FR 3-4616 or HI 6-9981 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC 2148 N.W. 10th Ave. FR 3-7180 Havs your root repaired now; you will save on a new roof latar. "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" Smileacfe rKlit stores) SERVICE & DOLLAR DISCOUNT COUPON BOOK —VALUE M2.50 Nothing to buy — just csk for if! only 1 book to a family ALL TRUCK & PASSENGER TIRES SALE PRICED 11 /! ^/NORTON V* nil. '% WS YOUR CHOICE IUDGET TERMS 90 DAY ACCT. 10 DAY ACCT. OPEN 24 HOURS & ALL DAY SUNDAY • 5300 N.W. 27th AVE. — MAIN STORE MIAMI 600 W. Flaglir Si 1900 N.W. Sid Avi. MIAMI BEACH JIM AH— K—< CAROL CITY N.W. ISTth SI EST HOLLYWOO I. ITATI M. Kit NORTH MIAMI I33M N.W. 1th Avi. FORT LAUuERDAlE ma t. tu. Mr. jii Di.u n. MM 1. •" %  • %  < III! • SOUTHWEST HAUASDALE IS North DUI Hwy SOUTH MIAMI 6930 S.' DlxU HOMESTEAD 10100 S. Fid. Hwy. HOLLYWOOD •119 S.W. Sth St. W I. FRitral Hwy. KEY WIST 0rM St. iriTirnn rrtTnxrnixi.



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Page 12-A > 3ei*tnr.r*Mzr Friday. Occber 2C. :%j Bomb Explosion Injures Former Nazi Chief's Aide Csrtfinu**) ''fr P*9 1-A ...._ ... r .*n's Club Moticercde •'..' %  %  %  '.'.' -. i %  %  .-.-. i -: '.: %  -.: %  Beat 'i • .:-.'• Then cbestri ar.>: be erved. i MM %  x -•-.• ;••• Hi ; The tentative date div e'eved m eoe>ne-ri ar'th a eec -. vi by r fe)a press c*fice o 05 overieas and MrltvWm cc-pe^.es to record the .(-! c* Capt.al Cities Broadcu'Trig Co*r*ry, the Arrenean firm arfuctl letBvieed th* lewajMry trial fre m it* %  i l •• aught to btlievi ht doi not make right, then wbst in fait make right? it ii a '..rmula v.f have vet to learn ;r. tharena that pit m against maximum So let diplomacy. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Largest A Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew 1 Sunday Schools. Wholesale A Retail ISKAUI GIFTS 4M0 NOVHTItS 417 Washington Avo. Jt 19017 RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY and Family appn ciatii a ny kind expression! oi i pathy received during their recenl berea /en eni passing of our Beloved Mother SOPHIE ROCKOFF GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12h Avenue Miami, Fta. HARRY GORDON PBES -E'.T IKE GORDON WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS PALMER M,.\|oR!Ab "JKiomi'i Or. f JswJat %  aawnai BviHert" Exclusite Bsealtf "ROCK OF AGES FAMILY MEMORIALS Scheduled Unveilings S'JMOAY. CCT. 22 1961 1789 BiacAfNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-C783 a m a n a a aBrwjwaaag* I Ml. Meoe Cei-€lery ASE E. K0AN 1 p.m. P %  Mt. Sii9f C9-reify ETTA HYMEK, 2 p.m. \i--. r n £•' PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CT 3279 $.W. S:H Street HI 4-C921 Phones HI 4 0922 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GAIDEN MAUSOLIUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25fh ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 Miami Hebrew Book Store IMS WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 Hebrew Religioua Supplie* tor Synagogues, Schools A. Private Use ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS wi6e JAtcisions require time U3J DAOE BOOIFVARO MIAAAI B£ACH JEfferson 1-7677 Edward T. Newman Funeral Ditectot ^XAAhJ^ Suf-ly it is only pooil ense lo devote a* much attention to -• %  !< %  • Iin§ a family l-urul p ? iaiijyou would to making your will. Yet o often %  die t<-nds to potpone thia important deciaion until an eBMrgeaC) ari-e?. Ian t today the beat time to -.tart planning? Why not dud out about Mount Nflio now. Here, in Miami's finest and oUeal J*wi-h cemetery, a Perpetual t^are fund exceeding $100,000, (suarantees .lie permanent beaut \ and care of Mount Nebo. i ou never pay lor maintenance taxes and •aeaamenti eannol be levied Anil Mount Nebo i-o s, r.nrly Imrly V) OCCeuiblt vy urtl eslabltshrd ... it hat already been the choice of over 4.000 Jewiali lanulieg. W by not secure lull details? MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY THUR&O^D MONUMENT CO, INVITES YOU ro van THtIK SHOWROOMS AND DISPLAY LOOK fOR TW0SJ0RY WHITl BUILDING H IB II MAY WE URVt YOU AS VJt HAVE SO MANY OTHERS 3253 S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-1614-HI 4-2157 MEMORIALS OF BtAUTY DIGNITY AND PtRMANlNCY GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS \ J^ Mount Nebo Cemetery 5505 N.W. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida WjMM^^^mmML Plrnse v ml mr. uilhiml obligation, lion on Family Uunal EtUUtt m full infnrmai Mn'irii Nebo, A BSOS Northwaat 3rd Straat Phone MOhawk 1-7693 State



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-Friday. October 20. 1961 •*JpA#> florldlimri Page 13-A JEWISH MORALISTS \\, ..,-KtVfcnohfcStl (Hth Century) /.,ithe L,rJ :lir God of th j and terve Hun in love, foi M tl> Mtranu r tfl SJ n because thou art unable to stand one difficult matter. trud 1 i uprighi-tieu the soul and •i %  sp =• >if\ to obis buil i >;"v roel( Keep ; !t-i 'iot a legal ••• be more bindil promise whepri m DM : tubte i ict:i \V." •. I: DUSe i i by quarrel > and '• rtulunce. / I become hlacl{. the m er | tmilie.< into exil • princes deposed %  re. great citie> rui %  :" rmblies dispersed DIM -J. tlit' honor held lightly and despised, all accouui of quarrelsomeness \Jlebrew L^omersnli'on rex 1 ??: Dnai 1 ? tms A OL Wea/m Of JHi Let Us, Like Abraham, Hearken to Good Doctrine ictvni s r^eligioHS abTei *1 S.r vices C7/t/j fWeettencf Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will De .returned as prpof of their lateness. AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyla ava Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Ev '• rl i,v *.: i,p S;tii,l:i\ S: :'n :* -> Sermon "The Pounder "f the JewlHh Race." 4:l."> p.m. Kermon: "laraerii Supreme Teat "i Faith." ANSHE EVES 2533 SW 19th ave Conservative. R. Yusko. p,esident. -•BETH DAVID. 2025 SW 3rd ave. Conar ative Pablii Noimao N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lioson i %  i %  • Sermnn. "Wandei ii .i Si rmon : : liar Mltxvah n i .i i i %  ,11. 1 Mi> M.ix RAB3I MORDiCAl P0D£T 3F-" EL 500 SW "th ave. Orthodox Rabbi SOITTICP Schlff i' .< -,.'..' K:30 a.m \ with I'm i" • BETH EMETH. 17250 \W 2nd ave. C ntervat / Raiibi Max Shapiro. Cantor Hym in Fine. I i |i .-. : M: >n : "I 'ultvhlned |< i. Saturday 8:l*> a.m. i • 3ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Pralrio ave. Or "•nin Paobi H. LOUII Rottmar : %  > i H ,I i> !• n.in. Si rUegii n ime of H To: .'h I p.m I.ii lii-' i ini .: \ i i bj Rubbl Jonah i\i|... execu tve director "t Hebrew) I my. jip onisn T?V BTS?V n Dnofr loisa D-p-ann EniM r*n3n "?n3 ana .nwn ariix D"' ; ?3f?Q on ,r:vv "ispTva "?Da a-rinan -•:^|?x) on ^s "7V n?^ 13 --^rri .np/pi^n *DW .rr'j'p-ip-^KS ]W "ci^n resin i-srp ni3^3 Dnz? D^T. .0^20 nixa c-i^ n ,! 7im nins^TD wpn 11 • : T : • I • The Torah tells us that just as Abraham raised the knife to .May his only son. Isaac, as a sacrifice to God, an angel called out, interrupting the proceecings, and an animal sacrifice was substituted for Isaac. Here a retinement in piritual perception is described; an advancement in religious living s recorded. Human sacrifice gives way to animal sacrifice Later in our tradition, animal sacrifice is supplanted by prayer and service ic> God and man as the deepi understanding ami highest aspiration comprehended and sought. The;, see religion evolving towards an ever profounder sanctifying of man. Retreats, backslidinss from earlier, loftier, more lifesanctiy ng conditions abound in history. Mosaic religion ol the second millenium before the common era was a m relations. It was followed by a backsliding, an ethical retreat. The teaching of Hebrew Prophets is a majestic peak in conceiving —.— religious morality. That of their successors represents a decline, some3ETH KODESH. 11551 Quau Roo.t dr. times moderate, occasionally precipitous—and so on in religious history; QETH TORAH 164tt) st and NE 11th to the present day. In this, our own twentieth century, humanity and ave. conservative. Raboi Max Lip aspiration are denigrated, both in theory and in practice, as in few pre•*'• vious times. The important truth of religious and cultural history, it seems to me, is that :he human mind and spirit in all eras harbors positive and Mn.i -.> Uurmun Saturday 8:43 a.m. negative attitudes toward life, both upbuilding and destructive tenden-1 ar ,;',,";', \ h ^" 'CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 15*4 Therefore, we need in all eras to be reminded, to be assured, to De Washington ava. Orthodox. Rabbi prodded in the direction of sanctifying life. In every time, we need the i Abraham strasafeid. angel out ot heaven. Abraham needed him; we need him It is the CO RAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. task and glory of our religion to be the angel, to emphasize, to attirm ^s^w^isth aUMjami.^abbi Samlite, to be the voice from heaven. In some eras the task is easier, in p ,,, ; .,,., sermon: "Abraham"* others harder. Our era is one of the latter, and the message of our rej Pyramid Ctub." Baturdaj B a.m. ligion desperately needed in it. DAOE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREIt is significant that our prayers abound in life. Of the Torah we CATION, '^N w^ss* at^Oe.. say 'It is a tree of lite." and ol God. "King who desirest life. cantor Emanuei Mandei. We aspire to be like the life-giving God. increasing enhancing lite | !" y, m : ?. 0 §„ m urd ^; m ^i Tm! Be" in ourselves and in others, and wo pray to be inscribed in the "Book of ... .,„ p,,,,•,..,, ,.f th e VVeek." Life." May we. like Abraham, hearken to the "good Cortrwe" that has FLAGLER GRANA V; 50 NW Slat been given us, to the voice out oi heaven, and merit to oe so insciioea. ol conservative Rah^i Gerald Lerer. Cantor George Goldberg. _^^^^.^^_^^ M .^^^^ FVldaj S:is p m. Bermon: '"Are We Our Urother'a Keeper?" Baturda> • n GEMS OF WISDOM H.uiJio does ii" •HurtI!:JII his Aul: :• not doing hu Juts II UIY.V • a • Tlini'ever i ; :..you are horn to DtSRAI I I • • It ii I It 1 you %  MISH I %  %  II IFFENSTI IN' t V. u % % % %  .' %  u itli one .,',. ::,• %  : i : exempt ) rom the "ii-.religious lutiw 1 \\ MUD wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel \iendclowitz l-*iil:,\ ^:•. | l p.111 Si rii',.11 "II i Were ighty advance in sanctifying human BETH MCod ; sm^n ^""'ngton ,,; ,,, ir ^ corruptinij Canaanitic syncretism, al cantor Maurice Mamchea. %  ..-. %  %  t T.. i-'.l.lm '...: p.m. Sutuniaj 8:30 a.m. TEMPLE BETH s>riOLi P "\\h \\':is Abraham?" Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen; Jaj • 10 p.m Bermon: "Life Meati11. I ,..iin Coifee .~'II.HIII~ Baa Mltz\ ih: 1 lane, daughter "i Mr. and MiVTIMOW I/four ^jtt. ^jour eritaai By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX ., • 1 aaa :. This pa '• prepared in coWhat is the speeia prayer that is .' j u; '.,„J r „-, operatioti uiith the Spiritual L. id offered lipjn being saved from D ,, ... ^ m oi the Greater Miami Rjbompril? It is classically referred to as tJ nMn The Talmud .trxna In-ioMs n-ias n-ta rttsina) IRANSIATION The blind were no longer forced to wander the streets without any education or care. Here they received an education and learned a tra e. In the War of Liberation, the mu1 ians among the blind gave concerts to wounded soldiers. The trainees in the institution learn Hebrew Braille and afterwards receive the same lessons liiat are customary in every primary school. In addition, they receive lessons in basket work, and many of them, in all branches of music as well. Bright pupils continue their studies at high school and even at university. During its existence, the institution has produced hundreds of trainees. Many of them have set i'P families and have healthy children. (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) "Bin-hat HaGomel." (Berakot 5b) states that there are four types of people who owe a special thanks to the Almighty: Those who crossed the sea; those who traversed the wilderness, those whe have recovered from illness, and a prisoner who has been set free. This expression of thanks RAHH: M Ol v I IP8CHITZ Coordinator Gontnbul %  RABBI SOLOMON •' %  HI! F Gem.i of Wwdom HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. • — HIALEAH RPFOPM JEWISH CONGRECATION. 555 W. 49th St.. Hlalean. Rpfoi m. Rabbi Marlua Ranson. • '• %  i i i'.\Ti in Bermon: "Abraham, i.,iMii .Mtaalon." ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th te-. Conservative. Rabbi Morton v.iijv"'< Cantor Louis Cohen. '•'..Bel mon: "Man In Shal bat hoaU: Mr .,' A M Cheater Letter iii honor <>f m i %  iry. Satui day 8:30 n m I Bar h[ tavah Robert, aon of Mr. and Mrs, Herberl t • %  • %  ^. • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. e — MIAMI HE3REW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Cantor Fred Bernstein. .luiniuianMMMsVBHUCuiiiMiiiisiaasiHUBk ._ a I MINVONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. is now formulated publicly in the fice of thanks was required on such I Priday 5: JO p.m. Saturday a.m. synagogue when the individual occasions. This is replaced today states out lound: •'Blessed art by this utterance of prayer in the Thou O Lord our God, King ot the form of benediction. universe, who does! good unto the; OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox Rabbi Phineas Weberman undeserving, and who hast also rendered all good unto me." To this the congregation responds: "He that hath rendered thee all good, may he 00 only good unto thee forever."' SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 646 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias. Are there various types of benedictions? Why is it required to state this formula publicly in the synagogue? It is generally fell that the saving act of the Almighty, even when iFrld.iy R:15 p.m Bermon: "The ".'."ii o' II. Run,' Conaecratlon service for SOUTHWEST CENTER. 438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Maimonides divides the bencdicIM i.,. :is p.m. Bermon: "Exploring tions into three groups. One type Biblical Thouarhta.^__8aturday a.m. ; s the benediction recited for bene-| T EMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 fits received by the individual, such ^ bb ;*' 8 f^^US^tSWA as the grace before and alter meals, i R e j S man. V second type -s recited before the j rEMP -^ e ^"'A"/."^!*) N. Kendall performance Of rellglOUS duties, dr ._ s Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert such as the lighting of the candles.! Baumoard. cantor Charlee_KodiMr Athird type is an expre?sion '.hanks for the wonder ot nature, I new member families, it "effects onlv one individual di-jsuch as the benedictions made TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. suniiand rectly. was done so that others when witnessing thunder, light-j ^"affl.^bb' ^k'o"^ ; mav hear of it and thus come closer I nng or a ra'nbow. TMe-^e form the | Cantor Herman Gottlieb. to a true belief in His saving pow-!general category of benedictions 1 •n.i.,> s is p.m. Sermon: "Where !" %  | ler. Furthermore, in later days, that are proclaimed when enjoy; ^• %  J-",,;;;-,^';:/ M ? jgj^jj: when there is so much to make us ing something in life. There Is hard Maach I0:t0 Hose our faith, hearing of someone j also the category of benedictions ;;; ^Sermon: Jh, Ufa <*£*g !" l else's miraculous recovery makes reci'ed in praise of the Almighty. u M ,,,,.,,,, [araell us retain our own faith. In the i fulfilling the general duty of man, nelodlea. days of the Temple a special sacri-'to constantly praise Him. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of HollyOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Kaobi Leon Kronistl Cantor Davla Conviser. fViday *-.,." p.m. Kermnn: "BenUiirlnn i75 Year* Old." Saturday 10 l.'i ., in Bar Mil tvah: Robert, 1 un ul Mr. and Mra. Jerrj llrltl: Merlll, HI 1 Mi. and Mi.Albert Merael • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry B. Wernick. • —— TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Wasnina. ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. TEMPLE iSflM;. '37 NE 19th st. Reform. Rabb : Joseph R. Narot, Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:13 i.m, Arthur b". Roalchan, executive 'i^: >ctor Oreatei Miami Jewish federation, will apeak "ii "A Portrait "f a Jewlah Community." -•— TEMPLE JUDEA. 120 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. i-"n• i:iv R:13 p.in. Bermon: "la Thera ii \. u Kin i of Piety?" Saturday |n:So a.m. Bar M tavah: Robert, aon of Mr and MiDavid Shu bow, • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 20 75th St. Conservative Rabbi Maver Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. l-'i Ida) %  |i in Sermon: "In tlie l>a of Abraham." Saturday 9 a m TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Sm"'il Oombero Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Abraham, the Mhwinnai) ii,.Jewlah I' pi • •f i 'onvi r.-i ,n Sal II da> S: l", • %  r Ml %  %  > M .,i.,n ,,f Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Mlllman. TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1210S NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M Wailach h'ii,in\ l". p.m. Sermon: "Arnold Toj nhee und i Ida It TEMPLE TlrERETH JACOB, tfll Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. ^'i \.\..\ i'. ,, in Sei mo i \i>: v am il || i 'nit) Within I Iveraity Saturday 9 a.m Sermon: "Weekly Portion ol thi Law." a TEMPLE ZAMOHA. 44 Zamora ava. Conservative. Frldn> %  : %  %  p.m, Sal irdaj 8:43 n m. Id p.m. I: II Mitzvah: Barry, aon "I" Mr .in i Mra Ueralrl Vanka. — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. Friday 8:30 p.m, Rabbi Alfred Waxman iii eonduci aervlcea. Oneg Shabbal noata: .V. and Mra, Joseph Si'herer In honor of ensrasement ••f I .-I .i ii, i.. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Giant*. i ii.r. H /: i p.m. Sermon: "Quit t, %  'lease, ni'ii do i"-i Dlaturb." Ones Khabbai boat: Slsttrhood, H.uurdaj i a.m Sern i "And I Will Bleaa Them that Bleaa Thee." • YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13830 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Stcinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "The r.ith We Traval." Baturdaj n a.m. —a — VOUNO ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st at Ortnor'tx. Raobi Sberwir maubsr. anrnnmimpnanniH CANDLEUGHJING Tl/Vf 10 Heshvan — 5:34 p.m. •



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> y* ufn £-:*^T h % %  ;::: r .%? • "I. fo/A 7a/ej Dressed in Imaginative Colors of the Artist %  : <-. ZJ -. = %  i %  • I • i •' -. ~I %  v %  • £•***<%: IV i,i %  • • %  • % % %  .bta : -r Attack of a Poet and the Changing Times %  ...... •> %  • • — • • Coprfol Spofliorrf. By MILTON FRIEDMAN Coordinated Boycott N |A/E -JNITED STATES G .•-.. %  %  •; I nun / %  ;';.,•.'• %  • • '/•..•<•'-.' • '-.' have i %  .. • %  % %  .')' though -i .'< it rlei ;• %  ;. >.'-r. /• is irn{/' than : -. i. .. u menl i The United %  v lartmenl <,f Agriculture and t>MCommodity Credit Corporation have t tented ''. contract /. %  %  %  • ••!. carrying surahi '*rf rr,-,-:.< (/, Alii; COUfltl I frOffl It II f.i<-ii ports The commoditie ire virtual g rta financed by American laxpayef The nil ting law require thai ball of the lain • rtaa sent broad mu I go la American ihlp Flic -i fad >n with di .'•ririiiri.i'ory Arab tactll By laauanea of ffovernment praas releases, the Daparl RWM advertises for bids In the United States by Ami* League states engaged in discriminatory pur chasing practices Rep RooaeveH termed laeh • operation "shocking and unpardonaMa wtu-n Waxman Publications, Iflc of Log Ansssti wrote to the s<< rotary <>' ( ommerea • %  protesl >ipit i/.H releases ; r *i submit i-vid ,/i<-iI,I I,I,-H/) practices m solicitation of bids, (ha communication nas M ferrod to UM Rate Depart mem 11M Kata Daparl mini replied that "tinus Guvi-rnmcni, %  ., matter i settled policy, neither recognises nor con done s discriminatory procedures oi (orelgn buainaas Rrmi or governments NevirlhHi'Sis, only ;i few blocks nway from the State Dfbartmant, the Commerce Department con tinned publishing dlscrlmutatory (.IIK for Wdi Thfact u fhiit tba is Qovsrnmeni aids and abata thNail-Ilka actions of the Arab League In the Art ngrpatratloa of %  boycott againit us. oomsi nle which afa "JtWlah owned" >r "employ a perccniiiKc of Jewish personnel." Hi'KanJIcxH ol the and-IsraH intent of the Arab hoy colt, It in tUo n boycott against American citi %  gfeg and American commerce. The Slat.' Department hn* Ultttttd that n firm rejection of the boycott by the United Slates miht make the situation worse and "drivr the Arabs toward Moscow." ... n he caa pa ... % %  %  • %  '-: if. %  -. the 3ei I*I i i %  b ... n— atfisaptsd pe cast every po -..-. aensorj >t tnts hngc -.; %  red icmg K to i leanite piece ..' T.'.> p'^:in by T nag •e Babi Y:bet re •-.la eerld bu: sre ifnportjr;the M c < y at'acki .n Ye %  / poen .' ng .• now tnt fact that -... para) %  • the Bovna) Umea even ">: the ..%  : eJesnenta of tne eoun7'" persoi : Premier Khrushenev la the Bab V;;ffi i • -/ saany Jews nd non-Jewi mntr) have bee tching evei e Soviet '.'..-. :• that in : Ji-5 Mr secretary •>*-. %  Party if a i rver a monument eould beet : •-.iietin %  Thi • remin let to the I to l But ed be > %  > *. -: ,?:.; habe I Babi Yar was turned d Soviet autborltie! /.i-. that under the town-| Bab V:ires wai tined to be converted Into i lump Today, it is difficult for %  •• even to get to B ibi Y ting Kiev tei] tourists 'hat "they have never Babi Yar Local eitizeni In Kiev shake ind ir-. afraid to cuaclose Its whereabouts ngners The mention of Babi Yar in connect.'..". Were >f Jews became an offense, even though during the v.ar and in the early post-war II the lot -jounced the Babi Yar crime. Th>only one. who remember "he Babi Yar trage%  '• Hie Jews of Kiev. On Yom Kippur eve, re• led i 'he anniversary of the great masaacre, they go lithily to 'he site of the slaughter to mourn lead and pour out their hearts. The mystery surrounding the official change in the Soviet attitude toward the Babi Yar crime is all the more puzzling because in 1SM5 the official Soviet State Political Publishing House, Gospolitizdat, was still permitted to issue a book >n it. • %  OH LirttgwM Post: By SAUL CARSON Advanced Approval %/ERY MUCH z Kennedy'] srifhes, Secret • Ike| • I:.-. E Stei •:' the -. here the ~>callet ..-•. %  lure And the Arabs have eh The.-are I i reports JS of this date, before i iealing %  Ith QM Ar;b pel •r. u the annual report of the din • : the ited N'auons Relief and Works Agenc; lor ?J. • Near East. The other special rep >n .-rdered last spring from the Pales rr.rr.ission. which was told to form the Assembl) n l later than Oct. 15. whether ha? beer, an) progress toward "rep^ U Igees into Israel territory or. alter^nsation of the refugees by Israel It :s sufficient to point out that the Commission had sent to the Middle East a special emissary, Dr J >seph E. Johnson, president of the Carnegie Endowr.t for International Peace, who was told to look > the entire Arab refugee problem—past, present and. if possible, future It is on the basis of his find ings that the PC C. has framed its report. The Commission consists of three mebers: the United StateErance and Turkey. The Arabs states have no direct hand in the Commission's work. That is not the situation in regard to UNRWA. The Arabs have a good deal to say about UNRWA and about the nature of the report filed by that agency's chief, Dr. John H. Da\. Before Dr. Davis could file his annual UNRWA report, he had to consult an Advisory Commission especially appointed by the UN to ride herd over his operations. There are nine members on that Commission— Belgium, France. Jordan, Lebanon. Turkey. Egypt, Syria. Britain and the United States. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ How Pinsk, Plonsk Affected History's Course liifliiwiHtliiiiiim'iMh'i ttMMiinmiiiiiiiriiiinii>!mmi[ O N OCT. 14. the world took note of th< 75'h birthday of David Ben-Gunon | Plonsk basked in glory. This is not to say that Plonsk has n< other reason for pride. Plonsk, wher Ken Gurion lived there, was quite a re spectable town. It was no metropolis, tol be sure, no Warsaw, but there were peo-| pie in Plonsk who had even been to War | saw. It had a population Of some 12,000 of whom about 2,000 were Jews. It was on a main railroad line, something of a distributing center for grain. • Quite a town, still, no one in Plonsk ever dreamed that one of its Jews would one day be His Excellency. The story of the emergence of Israel might be told under ttv caption of Pinsk and Plonslf Some might put Plonsk before Pinsk, and others Pinsk before Plonsk; but anyway, Pinsk and Plonsk have to be in it. Weizmann hailed from Pinsk. To be sure, Weizmann always liked to hark back to Motol, where he was born. When Weizmann once cam? to Chicago, one of the galleries in the theatre in which he spoke was reserved for former residents of Motol, who had come to honor him. The total population of Motol was only several hundred families, andabout half of them seemed to have emigrated to Chicago. There is a story that one of these former residents, very proud of his native town had its name. Motol, in big Wttefs ver His Chicago home, and that is how the term Motol arose; but f do not tak". any stock in this story. Anyway, "Weizmann was a mere lad when his parents moved to Pinsk.



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Friday. October 20. 1961 v.kwislfkricffaun Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni •: it .• IB HEREBY GIVEN that tin undersigned, desiring ;•• engage in i, -..i..:. : tin fii titlous I.I .BEAUTY SALON al • I An Miami IN a< h Intl ndi : .. ,,..,-• i %  Mild name w Ith ihi <' %  rk I Hi. C rcuit <"' .11'! • % %  l 'an. Ci |. i da Ri iNICA F. SETTE1 l'CA' i 10 8-13-21 -21 N6TICE' UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • : r IS HEREBY RIVEN thai iii mderslgned, desiring to engagi ID under the fictitious name if i I! NA CITY RESTAURANT at 16-i:! K.W 8th Street, Miami, Florida inI, i, register MM Id name with the i of th< Circuit Court ot I .. %  l ountj F.oilda. T" "ON LEE ARI N< VITZ. SILVER A SCHER Attorney! for Applicant 10/6-13-20-:':; NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 6TC 105M I'A'IRICIA HICKMAX, Plaintiff, vs. A I i.VN HICKMAN, l H letaiant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Al.I-YN HICKMAN 55 North Street 1 oil, New York r< U arc hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint fw DIvo ce baa bi i n filed against you. and you are requiitd to serve u copy of >our An-\vi r or Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on the plaintiff"* Attorney. WILLIAM I I ETERS, 213 Northeast 2nd Av l Miami 32, Floi Ma anil file the al answer or Pleading in the i ol the Clerk of the Circuit C'ouri on or before the nth da) of r.. ,'imbar, i6i. If you fail t" i?" no, i iit by d< fault will i • tak< n *-: \<-.: "or the relief d< nandi h [sin ol Complaint. • notice shall bi published cnci r, foi four ci nso itlvi wi IEWISH FLOR1DIAN. I i :-:: AND i R] 'ERE! %  i I M .. i %  • d day of Oct 1 • : L-E LTHERMAN i il "ourl i ty. 1 HELEN KEr-r' Deputy Cli PETERS .:. A VI %  • .. for !' alntlfl mmw BY KENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE 1; "But your membership fee [§ only $25 ... the other $350 is for the Temple Rainy Day Fund." LEGAL NOTICE --E CIRCUIT COURT OF TMI ELE. 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CAVALARls, l H puty < lei k 9/1:9, 10/6-1S-2C IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C 10937 .I VMES ANDERS) >N, Plaintiff, \ B. AMANDA ANDERSON, l tefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yi >U, AMANDA BON N W 3rd Av< M an : i erve a copj I j i i ti : • \. Complalnl C*e> &f '. DoTfo fre5i:LEGAL NOTICE NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that idetsigneu d< siring to • ngagi n i i %  • : thi fictitious nami 1 i I I .Ml i RED LADY al 61 •K Highwa) South Miami Insald na m uith thi %  Court ol • MARSTAN INC A Fla. Corp. HENRY N RTON 1400 1 cayr.i B/2S II • IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA iN PROBATE No. M107-C IN RE -•..• %  of Jl ISEPHINE PEARSl N, L • ,..-••: NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ti All i i< ii., is and All Persima Ha' Ing Calms oi Demands Against Said Bsl iti ; You an hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against I hi, estatl oi JOSEPHINE PEARSON, deceased late of I hide County, Florida. to the County judges of Dads County, and file the same in their oflic. s in the County Courthouse in Dadi bounty. Florida, within • IRTit eaWndar months from the date of the fir-l publication hi re of, or the same will be ban • d HORM1DAS OLADU i xi cutor MYERS, HE1MAN KAPLAN By: Leon Kaplan A ttol Iif> s i:;' > w. 1st Stn • i Miami, l lorida IO/I'O-L'7, 11/3-10 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! > Jen isfi ft'triafian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate ytfur pctror.age and guarantee accurate service at legal rales mill II. 3-l No 61C 10562 I • Hi VINi i • :. A i %  • M V'. i:: %  • NO"CE CF SUIT Ti • .. -:..\CM %  %  noli n -• : notlfii act io i been in the I : the JUdh lal Cln I I Flori ladi County 1 i -.. %  upon th< fi .'i wing described • rty: 1 it l. in Klock :i0. CORAL WAY VILLAGE, SECTION A, PART 5, rdlng to the Plat thereof, T* coideri in Plat Book • M %  • IT. of the public Recordi • County, F'.orida. You are r,,iulred t'i file your answer 1(, plaintiff's complaint With thof the aforesaid Oj 111 % %  and •.hereof upon jilamtlff's %  MARTIN IINK, 14th Floor Dad) Federal Building. Mian 'Florida, not later than Nade County, Pli U I.ANWAY -:ty Clerk MARTIN PL Attorney for Plaintiff 14th I v. i Dade federal Bulldir.g Miami a^, Morida 10/6-18-. an • %  againsl i ou tiff'i attorney, SEORGE NICHOL L., and fill of thii I • %  ... i ...... : ... nty, -•,. i %  .." N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TKE ELEVENTi-i JOE "OF FLC r Ot N AND FOR DADE COUNT %  N CHANCERY, %  \ : f C 7665 •' Ml 1 • • • %  • %  '• • \cT:Er c 5 •• %  .i MARTI %  %  '%  • Al ..' : %  I > • %  i not • • %  • • .i In t* I •: ill • • of thi al Circuit of 1 ida In and for Dadi lose • mortgage upon the foJlo%ini %  :. act Ibi d n al pro] • rty ... i • in i ii ( k •-, i t BUBNA VISTA QARDENS, ord ng li thi therec.f. recorded In Plat Pook r, at oa>;.. 4". ol thi Publii !.ecord of de C lint). t M You are required to file your fcr,swei i" plaintiff's sot plaint with the Cli rk i f t^e afori ai id • %  a copy thereof upon plaintiffs attorney. MARTIN FINE, 14th I Tade !•'• di ral Rulld Florida %  i I ati i than i %  I or a Decree • ten agaii it : %  : %  .,-. t idiai %  this Mil t Sept < bei • r the Cli (seal) :R, 1 '• I At) MARTIN I Atti 14th : %  federal Bidg. Miann 32, Florida NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 10E41 SHIR] i V MAE vi>. \, %  tiff, • %  • .. VEGA, • %  %  • SUIT FOR DIVORCE %  I % %  H iRi > VEl k 1(1 -:•••: ... -.... %  %  • hi n by not that a PI • %  I -. %  • the 1 %  %  .'. • i. •> 75 .M file tl f|ci ... %  \ %  %  %  :.. I ent b y d e %  i %  • • ,.•!.• thi !• :.:.r.t This notici % %  hi i • b isl i %  each week I I %  consecutlvi week* In "l HE JEWISH FLORIPIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Mil rd day of October A.D 1M1. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. I>ad County. Florida l HELEN KESSLER Deputy Clerk ROGER H EDWARDS %  !:ed p.oad Si ut n Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 10/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that thi a —rslgned, desiring to engage in buslm ndei the fictitious nami of PTION DELIVERY SERVI ... So ithwi .-t 7*th Curt. a Intends to register with the Clerk of thi Clr.: %  : i i lade Count! • %  I BL1E Rl SENTHAL .... REED %  -J -::. l! :: MfT.CE UNDER F CTITIOLS NAVE Li A .. • j I'EN 1 • signed, di ..... • %  s %  %  M Intends lh thi ." NOT : = >-.:ER FlC %  .% %  %  % % %  -.. %  %  %  ••.• %  • e w ii .. i N I .'. %  %  • : t IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C 11026 R INC] .! %  ..,il AL'LD, I a ntlff, \ a WILL VM TYLER AL'LD, .. rit. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 11 W ll \.M TYLER Al'LD Wi st | 8th Btl • •••. %  • %  ... s Yl ,RE HEREBY n quin ; %  pj V newer to thi aim • (i •.' %  ujioi ati >rni j. CM I. K v\ r Miami %  • • thi i Binal In thi 'lerk ol the I 'I : .. • foi ade ... thi liuth das : Novi efault of wl I -,...-.. ... i %  • of i • • •.K.MAN C! '. i ..•• %  %  ..! ; 1 %  M-all 'KNEEDEN I • • '". NOT.CE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Nc. 52420 IN R] tl Of HARRY IBAACSI IN • as, ll To AH i Irediti i and MI I • i si ni Ha ini lalma or Demands Against Said and for Dade County t Estati STi .. and each of you. are hereb) notlfii d and required to present any claims and a I which you, or either • %  : you, may havi against the estate ol HARRY ISAACSON deceased lati I i 'o bold Bld| %  lalntlfl %  a g-is jn rHI C RCUIT COURT OF THE EE ENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FCR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C 962P SAVINGS AND 1/ >AN .-.• VT! IN • I Kl il SI i.M. JR and %  y •..-' iM, his Ife, A GRIMALD1, l •• :, %  dants NOT.CE OF SUIT HARLES Pi 'Lb" >M, JR and PATSY li'l.si i.\l. his wlfi l; Efi I DE N CE I' N K N (>W N 1 hereby notified that th abovi captioned action has been jnagalnst you In the Circuit • i thi Judicial Circuit of FlorforeIN THE CCL'NTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE Nc. 53467 C IN RBstati of BAMUEL TE1TELBAUM %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credit! rs and All Persons Having Claims, or Demands Against Said %  • V i are hereby notified and re%  i ti present any claims and denaanda which you may have against i ti 1 BAMUEL TEITELHAUM deceased late of Dadi County, :" %  rlda to the County Ji^dgis of nty, and file the same in of" ..-• s in the Count) I I • .-i Dade County Florida, within six ca the from the dati Icatll ri nit if, or the sfcme i %  irred .;,'.: SI/ 'Mi ivrrz Adn •". T Estati Ri %  .". • %  %  • %  JE 8-1401 I N THE COUNT1 JUDGE'S COURT N, i %  r ; -. DADE CCL '.-• FLC : N PROEATE Nc 53787-C • -• %  %  %  s • -.:"-. > .£ -C C=.ED.-0RS %  .%  ... .. '. %  • .• Sweetinf %  73..16. Florida States in thi in i alei %  • the 1 Ication 1 the sami .... : ..•• Iii F day of Septei • : M. HY1 I] ..v • oi tin Estati of Nai \ J Swi •: : • %  CLAUDE M BARN Attorney for Bxecuti %  net 1 %  I i >rida .: • % % %  %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engagi In thi • ItloUS nan i SANDWICH SHOP at numirenui In ini City tendi %  %  %  registei thi -. %  • 11 thi Clexk f. th e ida. %  t Septi :. I eel ,-iosi .. mortgage upon the following I. -. I bed real property: Li • 16, Block 21 Ilist Addition to MYRTLE GROVE, according to th plal thereoi recorded In Plat Book : ; i ,.v of thi Public Records i i i adi i '• anty, Florida. Yi u are required to file your anBWei plaintiff! complaint with the> the aforesaid Court, ami MIII a ropy thereof upon plaintiff's dARTIN FINE, Uth Floor Building, Miami It, Florida r.'t later than November 21st, I lecri e Pro ( "onfi sso will i • • %  Bgl nst you. 1 %  ..:• tl %  %  tober 18, 1961. E kTHERMAN Cli rk rt, Dadi Count). Florida (seali By HELEN KESS'LER 1 leputy i "li: k INE ntlff ... :. :i J-10 NOTICE UNDER PICTIT 0U8 NAME LAW s HEREBY IVEN thi I engage In the flotl mi me of %  SCAPING SERVICK al ..'. "ith Bi eel in the : ids lit, miIo s itli the Clerk • • • 'ourt nf i de i 'ount>. Floi Ida, 'Li: %  .v. ,: I./; t Si Miami, PI %  • %  10 20-27, n S-10 NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that %  i desiring Io engage In %  i the fictitious Dane of POOD STORES at 6780 S.W. B?nd %  • intend to register .said Clerk 1 of th. Circuit i i i %  aii.ty, Liorlda. i ERNARD GE1SERMAN THEC>I>I>RE 1VKS 81DN1 V : I RONSON Atti • ni Applicants I'l'USt Hide'. UUSO-27, ll/S-10 Attoineyblci Apiiicant NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni'', r is HBRBBYverVEN that ing ti engsse in -. M the fictitious name of .MARVTAJ VBNDTOtG n 201 N.W. -• •• Miami. Florida intends :'. nami wJtb thi Clerk %  orl of-Dad< i bounty, %  SAM Ci iRP ;, i i 11. [dent BRN1CK Mosam Corp. h. Fla. : %  < • 10/t-lt-tO-tl



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Philip Klutznick to be Guest Speaker At Testimonial Honoring Friedland .... %  %  • -.%  %  >,t e>j* w^e-;* -.*• %  i^i t*'*ar.,, <; -^..-^ v.-&f af • %  -. .. -. .... *i • %  %  "• a** -> *** s*-n V-*i -.-. v •-. •*•* -^ &f U-S • %  • •* %  • t*tmm -. i*- •**<' w.~ be *ce t 3emist fkrr&zr MAVf, Ccc-*r 1. e—' -t %  4 -It fc naay at Teat | %  .... .. • i .-----f **• wKtacxa** Ian %  at. mI %  %  <;i • -. H* • • ,_. -------.:.:* srOvr^-r Wort* WeII, P-e*i*-. -* %  be* -— &f e"*-* r*—*s F r > :r be '." He %  I I %  %  l t r J i %  • Cm T v-* >-" : -%  >-'-•.i ; r>i'i '> appre* *• %  .-' "••. *•. ;.•• •/.> ".: v .i I • !4 >•an Hi : -.' he U BM .. > M r %  '. i '...' leader %  % %  %  •• %  < %  •'.-.'.'..'•-< Of %  •..-* than '.'.-. I %  r.::. %  %  %  .-.. %  < %  % %  / ;..•-.-; the % '. mom %  %  i'. attra* • %  MM) %  ,_. .......... • • *. •< • r • •-• .. ,-f i -. **' '.ff. I '.>: I n I -,'.',r - perKinatitM Ma/j> of Ml vr>r.a\ Irk '.'. Uiwn have •', Israel No Longer Alone, Golda Says Continued from P9 1-A facet, nd low*r on*". Th*r* it no backward p*opt, \h* vid, rir on* that cannot, givon th opportunity, provicto for it*lf and ttand on itt own foot. In the cooperation that Uraol oxtondi to the nrwly omorging nations in Africa and Ana, tho pointed out, lireel it not in a petition to rertdor tubttential material aid, but tendt to them qualified people to help them in the thortett period of time to telce care of their own needt. 't HI rung to I'K%  %  %  i,\ peare with the Arab world, \!i Meir declared that unfortunately 'his irt nol 'i<-(<'ni on how ardently larael i confined only to Tel Aviv, tii<' Ai;iiis will not make peace vwii ,t v.ihope and int<( thai DOfMM will con %  7v3GUST BROS R Vr '/I (-. r.i til SI MVatl Ml llKl J' t I 6 • % e •< %  -.• %  eott* >e* lei t*i. |w '-. LAT MIM WiUfT i aeHti •• :**C* -.'-•' S r .i* varfOiM. Tkn j.+**et*. UM IOIN *UfT Black lett* rcwt'ie*. Re ttiKkej to rip %  MTI. IE EtKTIK CL0C1 • % %  lefiaie !*• %  Aua/eto aaf Wee!, •< raji i'lif. ^T&* •••• III HHHI 1FT Of CHIU Flerat anifi goei eitk wif tacei, tree UteetJ, to Maati u iKf ii Hiatus llEfl ***to • %  wt by .''e-uii'i Sitoet Ce. Stoit. rmt •t;:'t*\. tlU EtKTIK A1HBJ Mi 2 speet eirarrk, ptnklMrtM CMtroi, enhtbto tew. HA* mm u ir >ee. 13H" kto>. 6 e*t* Ziftw. tort, tef. Uitw r*iFREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS from anywhere in the United States. Savings Accounts opened or added to through the 10th earn from the 1st. *One to a family. Sorry, no gifts by mail. Se HaWa Espanol DOWNTOWN: 100 N. L 2nd AVENUE BRANCH: BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA FREE PARKING FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI / £ACH ACCOUNT INSURED UP TO J10.000 BY THE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION



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i %  A A~M I "*rpl Back Little Sheba," "A Hole in the Head." and "Gigi," ,., ihe' ( %  • produced m Miami Her professional activities i de 'oca! TV aid the Red sk-it-m show ""ifiance is the trended Lawrence Hieh and Rutgers Preparatory School, and diploma irom the University of Alabama His fraternity i. Si em a Alpha Mu, and he is presently with .Ionian Marsh o her young couple with marriage on their minds is .loy .-•' S'eohan A. Rubin They r* v'siti""? w ; 'h Stenhen's i rents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rubin, 601 S\V 45th ave., who are .•<.-r fiituiw r*uhter-n-Iaw for the fir*t time "The hi elect is 'he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Solove, o f C!*iI i where her fiance ; ^ a nuclear chemist with Pattelle Instl \ spring wedd'ng is planned. • %  Charming grouo of women lunching at the Eden Roe last Saturday Pretty brunette. Mrs. II. Charles Riker. in hot pink I n sheath with tangerine trim She's a former Miss Cocaand played the lead in the English production of Oklahoma < w Irvine if Huntington, L.I.. she's v'siting with her mother v Marie Gottlieb, who was obviously very proud of her daughlei Long*time friend. Mrs Alex Gordon, wife Of the Commissioner, lovely in turquois< linen with seli-embro'derv, set off bj a magnificent cameo brooch Mrs. Hildegarde Kohler's nun: IT. frock, bound in pink, highlighted with one ot the new pasiel b< aded bibs and earrings to match Vivacious Kav Daspin M>1 of) her dark hair with a pristine white raw silk tailleur And rothy iMrs. David) Harris, making her first public appearance • she fractured a toe, wore a pale orchid gown, trimmed with i on lace. r- Delightful luncheon riven bv Mrs. David Mukat at her hc^e oi North Shore dr.. Monday, for members of American Jewish i ,-..... who will act as hostesses at the tea and fashion show to t held next mot th al 'he Carillon hotel .. The invitation to cocktails and open house at 6330 SVV 118 h a replica of the door to Rona and Shelly Aberman's magnifies r.cw home Party foi over 100 will be Sunday. Nov. 5 i •. sister and brother-in-law, Barbara and Marvin Ha\-n, v II back from Nassau, where they're spending a vacation de Signed c rest, in time tor the party But the two cute Ab-r I a youngsters. Howard, almost 4. and Lori. IVi, will probably be I to their own wing of the house for the evening. • • Linda Lee Garden, of Coral Cables. Hying up to Washington, D.< tins weekend, lor graduation exercises at George Washingtoi Uiw school Her fiance, Stuart I.ubitz. second In his class, will receive bis sheepskin on Saturday He'll add it to his i piome Irom Miami High, two degrees in engineering, and graduation with honors from the University of Florida He's also president of I'i Lambda Phi, and a member of COIK, legal honorary Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crowell. 1721 SW 23rd st., S u"•! has joined the olfiee of general counsel of Ford Motor Co. in Dearborn, Mich. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garden, "700 A.hambra dr., Linda will receive a sheepskin oi her own Irom itie University of Miami in June Two other Coral Gableites. Joan Temchin and l.ibby Toback. attending the University of Maryland, have been pledged to Phi ma Sigma, rational sorority Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Temchin, 4850 Biltmore dr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Toback. A ii Maggiore. • eJewisli Floiridiian Miami, Floridc, Friday, October 20, 1961 Section 3 Firs! thing the Nat Adlers did when they came down Irom Palm Beach was to-take son Irv and beauteous wife, Helene, to dinner at King Arthur's Court ... Back Irom an extended trip abroad are Tillie and Sam Schachno Spent the Muh Holv Dav* in Israel with his father and helped I • celebrate hi<5th "birthday Then it was Tillies turn for several weeks in Switzerland with her tamily After a short bus.m strip to W. Germany, the Schachnos flew to New York and spent a week With daughter. Juliette, her husband. Sheldon Rothberg, a-u t.ieir adorable grandchildren. Esther. 4 and t-haya. 2 i Residents here for 23 years. Mr. and Mrs. Schachno live at 4515 Shi ridan ave. ... ,. .. ,, Si htseeing and visiting with family was the combination thfl made Mr and Mrs. Jerome Kimball s vacation a delightful one. too In New York, there was Mr. K's sister Lillian Kimt a Gordon and in Akron. O.. and Pittsburgh, Pa., relatives on both %  id's as well as a meeting with daughter-in-law, the former Lain. I Ison, paving her parents a visit ... 'I he Kimballs back now at 157 SW 12th st.. but not for long they'll be packing in December lor the move into their new home in the Terrace rowers. • Not even certain how to pronounce Mahatla Srinagar but the card from Anna and B-m Meyers explains that its a "delightful village in the Himalayas" They're in a palace formerly owned by a Maha-i'iah. and are being treated like royalty, which is as it should be ... i f „ Shirley and Abe Huber returned lo their Alton id. home alter several weeks of combining business and pleasure in the north Stayed at the new Summit hotel in Manhattan, and round it very elaborate, but were most impressed with its antiseptic quality, so dilferent Irom most of the city which is so old While Shirley visited every art gallery — she has a charming one herself at the Deauville hotel — Abe played the Deal. N.J.. golt course which he dubbed "superb" Play-going they did together, and saw everything Broadway had to offer. A sister she hasn't seen for 60 years was waiting to greet Mrs. Bessie Rubin when she arrived in Sao Paulo. Brazil, several weeks ago They were separated in Poland and were unable to tind one another until 12 years ago. when Mrs. Rubin got the faintest hint that Brazil might have the answer ... She contacted the Brazilian Consul here, thev looked through his city directory, and the rest was a matter of exchanging letters and inlormation An added bonus will be a brolher-in-law. two nephews a niece, and nine grand-nieces and nephews Waiting excitedly to hear all her mother's news is Mrs. Rose Schreidell in the home they s! are at 1239 SW 23rd st. __ longtime Dade countian. Mrs. William (Janet) Friedman, mother of Judge Milton A. Friedman, will convalesce at the home daughter, Mrs. Bernard Sutta. when she leaves Merc;. Hospital next week. Mrs. Tcna de Gamez Gres (left), well-known author and lecturer, is seen with three prominent Miami women leaders who will be among the hostesses at the gala Israel Bas Mitzvah dinner Saturday evening at the Fontainebleau hotel. They are Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Scm Weissel and Ivlrs. H. Franklin Williams. Mrs. Jack Katzman, chairman ol the Women's Division icr Israel Bonds, sponsors oi the event, said that a capacity attendance is expected at the dinner. Stanley Myers to Speak on Installation Of FJWO Officers Here on Oct. 27 Mrs. Julius Spector has been named co-chairman ior the Cedars oi Leoanon tribute dinner Oct. 31 ct the Barcelona hotel. Mrs. Spector will work aiong with Mrs. Joseph Schafier on the dinner committee. The cannei wi.l honor Mrs. Specior's in-laws, the Samuel J. Spectors, oi Miami. iSee story Page 5-A.) Southgate Slates Oneg Shabbat Southgate group of Hadassah will hold its first monthly Oneg Shabbat on Saturday. 2 p.m., in the Recreation room of Southgate Towers. Mrs. Henry' Schwartz, vice president of education, will preside. The invocation will be given by Mrs. Isaac Weinstein. As part of the. program, there will be a discussion of the United Nations, with Mrs. C. Krupit. Mrs. L. Ellin and Mrs. E. Emanuel participating. Rabbi Henry B. Wernick will be guest speaker and review the "Book of Jeremiah." Mrs. Flora Rifkin will be "angel" of the day, and Mrs. Edv ard Siei el •• 111 i" ::•• oharj e of the social hour to follow. Stanley C. Myers, nationallyknown welfare and philanthropic leader, will address the Federation oi Jewish Women s Organizations at the group's annual installation luncheon Oct. 27 in the Seville hotel. Mrs Milton Sirkin will take oflice as president, with Mrs. Jean Membership Tea At Beth Sholom S'sterhood of Temple Beth Sho lorn held its annual menibor>h p tea on Wednesday at 1 p.m.. in the Sisterhood lounge according ; %  announcement by Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, president. "(Jetting to Know You" was the them" of the program, and in honor ol United Nations Week, the decor featured the UN. Mrs. David Druckcr, program chairman. presented the University of Miami al comedy singers, d n <•:•• Conv



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friday, October 20, 19S1 t'Jenislh FFo/rarffn^r Pj.ge 3B t *fc \ i 1 %  V 2V 4 jB| r# V* True Sisters Endow Lab Here Party and Meeting Planned Lazarus chapter li and fau When iiinty's "*>*: %  •*: P 8 ** Left to right are Mesdames Arthur Bergman, ion Dearr. Julius Rosenstein, Zvi Berger, Jack Buchsbaum, Joseph Shapiro, Leonard F.-sen, Moses H. Rosenhouse, Samuel Reinbardi and Murray C. 3erkowitz. Not shown are Mesdames Jerome Bienenfeld. Charles Bogin, Jonah E. Caplan, Irving Firtel, Alexander S. Gross, Frieda Koch, end Harold Reinhari. pital, Cedars of Oct. 29. in the m< be an isol nintj machine for I • cancer. The laboratory and mac. were ep,d9.wed.,.to the hospital by; the local chapter of the L : Order of True Sisters, a group | which has dedicated itself to re-1 search and treatment of car.. The isotope lab at Cedaranother marker in the In clinical work of the local chapter. The 260-memher Miami chapter also has established isotope laboratories at Mt. Sinai Hospital and maintains the Tumor Clinic at Variety Children's Hospital. To alleviate discomfort ani sutil 12 10 ; m : :• chapU r is • ag 1 lay • %  •• enii | leral Savings and Loan Assn 1244 v. lap%  avi Guest sj • ..'•;. r w.i : iyc .;d Sharp i uu "A Refresher Cou chool Leaders Take Over Job Of Laying Bricks e building crew at ttie new Herecent campaign will become an. dent of the Hebrew Academy PTA, Academy on Pine Tree dr. 'honorary bricklayer" and be giv-: lanning committee consists of 24th stwill stop work for one i en the opportunity to participate in j Mos( | a mes Zvi Ber-er Arthur A .tfiile the Hebrew Academy a special ceremony on Wednesday. Bergman, Murray Berkowitz. Jell a.m., at the new Academy s site. pome Bienen£eldt Charles Bogin. A "workman's box lunch" will .Jonah E. Caplan. Irvinn Firtel. be served to all brick purchasers in a section of the new building which was just completed. Under the chairmanship of Mrs Leonard Rosen, heading the campaign, and Mrs. Jack Buchsbaum, co-chairman, the goal of the drive is to raise $50,000. at the cost of $13 per brick. Proceeds of the brick campaign will go toward the Ida Appel Memorial Auditorium, a project undertaken by the more than 800 members of the women's group, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president, explained. Emanu-EI PTA Meets Wednesday Members oi the Par.>:it Teacher Assn. of Temple Emanu-EI will jet together for their annual "Koffee-Klatch" in Sirkin Hall on Wednesday, li) a m. President of the group La Mrs. fering of cancer patients, SO True Elliot Harris, who will • %  luce >n, joined by the PTA, will be.vmenting bricks into the walls the new structure. With trowel in hand, each woman |v. ': %  > has purchased a brick in the Research Unit [Meeting Here Miami Beach chapter of the ChildIten's Asthma Research Institute |and Hospital was to hold a general m 'ting Thursday, 8 p.m.. at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. 1244 Washington ave. Mrs. Sidney Riterman, president, said the evening's discussion would include final plans for a card and The formal ceremony will be conducted by Mayor Kenneth Oka, of Miami Beach, together with Mayor Robert King High, of Miami, Mayor games party to be held on Oct. 31 j^ scm^ of Su rfside. and a; the home of Mrs. Bert Faibisch, 2203 No. Bay rd. Lawrence Bietz. chairman ways and means committee, i report on the progress made i the ill-star show Saturday evenDec. 2, at the Miami Beach tyeea Benevolent Hall. 920 rd. Mayor Shepard Broad, of Bay Harbor. Principal speaker will be Gabriel Heatter. noted television commentator. Assisting Mrs. Rosen will be Mrs Jack Buchsbaum, chairman of the day, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president of the Hebrew Academy women, and Mrs Sheldon Dearr, presiAlexander S. Gross, Frieda Koch. Harold Reirhard, Samuel Reinhard, M. H Rosenhouse and Julius Rosenstein. Sisters m •>•: or.ee each week where j they have made 123,000 lozefl sings of various shapes ind sizes •o be distributed to indigent cancer patients. The group also provide.* fu to purchase nuclear badges f>r the protection of hospital personnel, as well as patients. Mrs Fred Fuller is president of the local chapter. Mrs. Louis London is project chairman. members of the PTA board, dis:uss the organization's plan, and program for the c irrenl school ••ear. and announce the names of women who have volunteers 1 u be room mothers this term Also on the agenda is a discjssion of the PTA-sponsored c >tliUon classes that meet on Tuesday evenings at the synagogue, and t:iR scheduling of the annual .Spring Carnival. 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Friday. October 20. 1961 fjfwtst) Ih ridHrir Page 5-3 Mrs. Roosevelt To Speak Here Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt will l speak at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Thursday. Oct. 26. 8 p.m., i at a meeting which will highlight; the celebration of United Nations Week, being observed Oct. 22 to 28, and climax an ail-Florida drive for increased, membership in the American Assn. for the United Nations. The mcc'ing here is sponsored by Ihe Greater Miami chapter of the AALN. Mrs. Roosevelt, who is chairman Ol Ihe AALN committee on chapters, will announce t h e winning chapter and proent the award at 'his event. Officers of the Iham Laches Club see a demonstration of a new Viso Cardiette electrocardiograph, purchased by their latest contribution to National Children's Cardiac Hospital. Demonstrating the device is Dr. Francisco A. Hernandez, c'inical dilector of "the hospital that never sends a bill," while Iham's rast president, Mrs. Mose A. Albert (left), and president, Mrs. Robert B. Allen, look on. Beach YMHA Unit To Meet Tuesday Birthdays Will Be Celebrated j First birthday party of the season for reddens of Douglas Gardens will be given by the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the Aged, on Sunday. 2 p.m., at the Home. Mrs. Larry Sdverman. president of the Auxiliary, will greet residents and guests. Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program coordinator, has announced a musical program with entertainers Florence Praisman. Lottie Kippel and Herman Altman. Hostesses for the party, which honors residents who have birthdays in September and October, will be members of the Sadie Kriegal Birthday Club. Floridian founders and friends of Technion, Israel Instituta of Technology in Haifa, honored Jacob R. Sensibar, preside I of the American Technion Society, at a reception held at the home of Jack Katzman, 3122 Pine Tree dr., Miami Beach. At the function, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin (left and center mace a contribution of 525,000. Lcckina on is Mrs. Louis Gicsse-. Leaders 1 Seminar Due on Tuesday Pinnicr Women's Council (! Greater Miami will sponsor its third annual Leadership Training Seminar on Tuesday beginnu A at 10 a.m. in the Algiers hotel. Cochairmen are Mrs. A. Seltzer and Mrs. Marion Meyer. • Mr> Sophie Krantz. president of Club 1, announces the following slate of officers tor the coming year: Mesdames Simon Wilensky, vice president; Leah Notkin, col | pending and financial secret] •. | Minnie Rawer, treasurer: and *..ilit Dukler, recording secretary Kadimah chapter will hold i Child Rescue party on Saturday mmne. Oct. 28. at Miami Hebrew Congregation. Program will include games and refreshments. Co-chairmen are Mesdames -1via Kes6ler, Ida Meltzer and M:. 'U I Feld. The home of Mrs. William Sussman will be the setting, for a membcrship brunch to be held by the Women's Division of the Miami Reach YMHA The anual affair will take place Tuesday morning. 10 a.m., when members of the organization will play host to the many women who plan to join. Program will be presented in the form of an original skit entitled "Getting Down to Earth." The skit was written by Mrs. Albert Somimrs, and the cast includes: Mesdames Philip Samet, Sidney Lang. Arnold Rosen. Marshall Rerkson, Norman Giller, Jerome Potashnick, Solomon Kami, Albert Ossip. Samuel Oka, Ira Randall, Harold Vinik and Robert Grossman. Musical accompaniment lor the -kit will be provided by Mrs. Jacob Katzman. Mrs. Sussman and Mrs. Robert Grossman are co-chairmen for the affair, and Mrs. Norman Giller is the president of the organization. The Miami Beach YMHA is a branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and a benej ficiary agency of the United Fund and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. PREPARED FROM AN OLD WORLD RECIPF IMPORTED VITA HERRING IN BITE-SIZE FILLETS* Even Utter thun homemade! The world's finest herring marinated in wine or sour cream —famous Vita sauces seasoned oh-HO lovingly with mild vinegar, bay leaves, gourmet spices. The delicious sum total is garnished with crisp onion rings. A great Jewish dish to enchant your family and say a warm, gracious "Welcome" to guests. In your ^/||| l lr l J&-.^ food store refrigerated cases. Puzzle: properly put together, this label leads you to one of the best-tasting, most popular strictly vegetarian strictly kosher foods in the world. Hint: there's an seal of approval !" the label. (Solving time: 5 seconds. Eating time: tonight.) \57j



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liday. Cclober 20. 1961 rJetfisfi ftDr/rdr/ratr? Page 7-B '•: 0$g^ fm "een-Ctcjers of Beth David religious school who hood program chairman, Edwin Pont, Aliz ill participate in the Torah Fund program Rosenkranz, Susan Hammersmith, Stuart Rose, yen by Sisterhood are (left to right) Patti Dorene Ross Robert Covin, and Fred SilverL;S3, Kcien Feingoli, Mrs. Angel Ross, Sisterman at the piano. .earn the Horah, Support Torah At Beth David Corro'eta Catering Facilities for that Special Party served in superb fashion within a lu evening, Oct. 25, at the synaogue auditorium. I."We offer everyone in the compuoity ar opportunity to learn his wonderful Israeli folk dance," r.i Mrs. Angel ROSS, program: Ihairman. Teenage rremberi of Beth David i Hebrew school will give a song and dance performance and teach the Hora and other Israeli dances to adults. The Jewish Theological Seminary of America is helped by the Torah Fund of the National Women's League. The League is the parent organization of Sisterhoods affiliated with Conservative synagogues. leception Guests List Over 400 A 65ft. buffet tab'e marked the far Mitzvph receor.oit honoring frank Klein last Sunday. The reption was in th* form of a |a"dlelight ceremony at Temple moral). Frank is the son of Cantor and lr> Edward Klein, of Temple lenorah. For the occasion, Mrs. Klein Adrienne), chose a white silk organza gown with gold brocade Mice anr* matching gold shoes. 5ome 400 tJests attended the reception. R-ibbi anfl Mrs. Mayer Abramoitz, spiritual leader of Temple BMenorah, lit the first candle. Mrs. tramowitz (Rachel) chose black hiffon with cowl neckline and an orchid corse ye. Black was also the choice of Cenevieve ReVitZ, Bea Frankel. and Lee Siegel. Muriel (Mrs. Larry) We-ron, past president of Opti-Mrs., wore an ensemble of champagne silk brocade. Mrs. Ben (Molly) Fabric was in pale blue, and Sisterhood president, Mary Mcrse. chose yellow linen. The cake was a replica of Temple Ner Tamid. ushered in by the Klein youngsters — Honey, Judy. Linda, and brother Alan. Also among guests were Miami Beach Vice Mayor Malvin Englander and his Sophia, and William Malcolm and his Gloria. Catering was by Sand-Ell. Funds are raised through the Torah Fund to train rabbis, teachers and cantors The funds also maintain its television programs and the nationally broadcasted Eternal Light radio program. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Beth David's spiritual leader, will Speak at the event, and Cantor William Lipson will sing and conduct the Sisterhood choir, whose members are the Mesdames David Alterman. Roy Mack. Irving Wemer, Issie Ram. Murray Turetsky. and Manuel Lubel Mrs. Michael Covin will play the piano. have a truly luxurious wedding bar mitzvah banquet at the exciting Dramatic Play Review Pat Bromberg will present a dramatic play review at Surfside Town Hall on Wednesday. 8 p.m. Proceeds are for the Surf-Bal-Bay Library in Surfside. Mrs. Milton Levinson. vice president of the group, is chairman. Mrs. George Valentine is president. r^f. „ i i,. i wmERBnm RESORT MOTEL •VOfftaVf MOST lUXUKtOVt PERSONALIZED CATERING TO BANQUETS SMALl OR LARGE DINNER PARTIES. ENGAGEMENTS. BAR MITZVAMf. WEODINGS and ANNIVERSARIES SUPERLATIVE SERVICE and the WORLD'S FINEST FOODS! Fabulous elejanca atsusiMi prices' Because of our matchless facilities. and enpenenced management and expertly trained staff, we can serve any event for much less than you could imagine' Vet you will enjoy all the glamour •nd excitement of Miami Beach's newest luxury hotel' And remember-here at the Seville— • luncheon for ten or a banquet tor over a thousand can be served with the same gracious ease' CtrnttassMi Catering hnanager Call ESTEUE POLAK | SevilleAlt* Available Striefly Kosher Caterine JEtlorson 2 2Oil CALL ARTHUR TEICHNER CATERING MANAGER For Complete Information Aaron Courehon Paul and Albert Pollak Owner-Menageenent Wilson 5-3481 On the Ocean at 185th St. Miami Beach, Florida OCEANfRONT. Wth TO 10th TFtEtT. MIAMI BBACM Buslnt I Banque Special Occa avt that 0 ""••ting, t# t. or ^ ilon You'll find complete) facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade amd Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I.



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Ptqe 3-3 We < the Women OOBOrMf V.tVAN OF THE WEEK s^ 3 i; p.-jpck-:: a-: A f: : %  .-: %  u %  --. %  -wah \ Detr Dot .-...— • •-. sties -.-.eels [n Detroit sen r.jck a hasnhor <2ea.er. to tie office to try so be She --" I kxow a '.' .k 2.: once sne bod i teste •oc One day, a Criead pr railed ipoa her tc po to an American Jew• % if 5hr bad*. I i--. too meet of,, ber fe no doubt would have been ••••-• iifferem Fasessaaifld al Mice Dorothy ime ..short index president, natior.*. nee president and notional ebairman of a co:. tioai in Washington On moving to Miami the decided ihe bod done her share of orgaruza•....-. work but realizing that everyone haa responsibilit) to their community, Dorohy starte-j ----she left off in Detroit—with a feu new Ideas thrown in for good measure. president /. Jewish Vocational Service, which 'She active in Greater Miami Jewish srati .many iding the United Jewish Appeal. She : the F-^eration of Jewish Women's Orhich ibe presently a vice president These are just < • the man) vital things thai Dorothy is doing, along with discusgroup pianmng for Baj Divul 10 National Council of Jewish Women. consMief .' a Hisewife. She is a housewife-plus. hoi 'her time to get in her knotting. She's era! -tunning dressecooks her husband's and two sons' favo.--.--. reads the latest fiction and non-iiction, and watches her :.al programon television—not Westerns. Dorothy has a very en. ..sg way with people, and mary come to her to ask her advice and iC ibe and her husband have traveled all over the United States On ;• r next vacation, they hope to go to Israel — which is a long time < n When they came to Miami an vacations, they liked it sc much I • retired here to live • It mignt be better if they don't go to visit in el??j •it ec r-CMG KONG ON FORTY-SEVENTH STREET food was absolutely exotic at Joyce (Hit. William) Kogen's 1 neon Yellow and white mums earned out the colors of Imperial e? i The lavish butfet table had unusual dishes, including Chinese • and -our chicken with black walnuts. Joyce brought this recipe li'jnz Kong herself The only thing to mar the Chinese decor and i u was a birthdaj cake for GJ lc Mrs. Samuel Berlin She loves date Among 'he gues;were MrDavid Harris. Mrs. Sol Goldf Mr Edmund Brant, and Mrs. Alexander Robbins. ALi-IGATOR HUNT • and Natalie Li< their three children and their dog. Tally live in Whispering Pines Last week, some one spied an alligator. the second MM that has been found since they started digging • %  itler Ridge Canal The children were put to bed. and the neighbors the headlights of their car., gleaming, patrolled the streets. Finally i is cornered. What happen. I then can t be told. It is a five-hundred• r • to hoot an alligator This alligator was about five feet Ions;. %  re getting ^mailer because the first one found there was eight feet. It as quite an exciting neighborhood par;Ms i II gave Natalie tome• ngto wnte about to her father and mother, Dr and Mrs Morris Good1. in Jacksonville. REUNION IN PHILADELPHIA First it was a stop in Baltimore for Rose MrAlexander K -i' her mother. MrWilliam J Morstein. Then on to Philadelphia. i %  • re she will attend the receptioi for Lil Coleraan's daughter. Lil used li ve here in Miami. Many yearago, in college. Lil, who at that time didn't know sh< was going to lose her sight in later years, met May Da vidi v. who doesn't see and who teaches at the Overbrook School in I I adetphia. Rose, who iJ friend of both of them, la meeting them f< I lunch to talk over old tin • • • THEY JOINED THE UNION II was a baby-sitting weekend for Dr and Mrs Meyer BggnatZ To tona Beach went Dr and Mrs Lee E^natz for a brief holiday They U Susan, four and a half. Stevie, three, and baby Marcie. nineteen n i ths, with their grandparents Grandma Rena said it is easier to take of threce gown featuring ped lahrina neck• g inert I -. -%  • -coming t J point : a h n The _^:.Fhday, Oetobs 20196\ r a %  fait • %  :.> r.:ch terminated in 3 flowing chapel tram. Her matching ehantiU) iace cap. with a pearl orop had layers of oouf veiling of French illusion. T.-.e bride attended Miami Beach High School, where she belonged •o Jays 3 r.ai B'nih. graduated from Oxford School, and was a student at the University of MiI mi. OUrS. KfNNfTH KAPLAH The groom graduated from Miami Beach High and the l. tversity ol Florida His fraternity was Tau Epsilon Phi Reception followed at (he home of the bride's parents The coupie ; li K • T h-^Te a'. 1430 S-i Treasure dr.. Miami Beach R$. MAKSHAU MAJOR Block, Fishbein To Live in N.Y. Deere | Country Club in Greenwich Conn., was the s'.te o! the marriage of Anne Mama, daughter of Dr. and Mrs I. Leo Fjboein, i5^5 Pine Tree dr.. and Alar. Robert, son ol Mr and Mrs Louis Block, t: Harrison. N'.V. The 5 X 1 ) p.m ceremony on Sun day, Ocl 15 was performed by Rabbi Irving Kosloue. A reception and forma! dinner followed at :ub. For her v. the former Miss Fishbein chose a Qoor-h h Sown cf white [k and reembroid French al.icj". lac utti i bodice featured a aabrina teckline, and the bell shaped skirt. vith iace applique, terminated in a chapel train. Her waist-length tulle veil was attacled to a cr in of lace and seed pearls, and she carried a bouquet ot white roses. lily of-the-\alley, and babies breath The bride was attended by her sister. Karena Fishbein, maid of honor Adrienne Niederman, Barbara Zasscnhaus and Lucille Lippil were bridesmaids. Paul Block, brother of the bride grorm, was -Se-t man. and Norman Merwise served as usher The new Mrs. Block was gradSchwartz, Doshay Wedd-nginl.A. Lil i. a : Scbwartt on Sun ..... Hall IMen e J-* r-jr.-.a: p n cere :3Q Major, Frank Exchange Vows Miriam Soe Frank and Marshall S Major exchanged 7:30 p.m. weddina vows at the Deauville hotel on Saturday evening. Oct. 14 Raobi Norman Shapiro officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Albert J Levir.e. #49 Miller rd.. Coral Gables. The groom is the son of Mr asd Mrs Harry' Mayerowitz. 5401 Mag^'.ore. Coral Gables. The bride attended the International College in Cannes. France. University of Alabama, and graduated from the University of Miami. She is a fourth grade teacher. Mr Major went to the University of Vermont and University of Miami He saw two years of service in Korea, and la now in business in Miami He is a member of the National Propeller Citrb. Reception and dinner followed al Ihe Deauville hotel. After a honeymoon in G: I ie couple v ill be at home a: 1600 >o Bayshore dr.. Miami fright.. th J r'-"l V: Hum led L' i: • •':> aehoc4 a Mss ..'', x 1980 Her Je.ta Chi Mn Phyll s Lor%  • Mrs Schwa5 mairaj ar. Caro Pr --. vaa mad af h a id Marii) \ %  -. ra ,. sky ar. i ...•...-_ araes rr I -•.-'.-. %  r.ts are %  %  %  iM It'•-•"% % %  '•• He .: jra laau if Los Angeles Trade Technics JJ 1 le^e for commercial in and new attends \n Center Ht hss won mar... ribbons for '..:u e ar' work Serving him as man m %  eouain, '*.M.3T : .. and usr.ers were Larr> Zessnaa Jcel Schwartz ani Philip P.'-: Ait-.-.a r me).. on U >p to San Francisco and t u newlyweds will live a: 481d W sania Barbara ave. Lo Angeli Call i %  r kHi. JERRY SCHWAP71 Fr. Gibson in Talk For their first fail mi "' hers of Shosbana chapter ol B'uJi B'rith Womei; had as the speaker Fr. Theodore R of the Christ Episcopal Churcli and president of the Id %  '' kssn. for Advancement Ol People. Fr. Gibson du issed •Cause of the Freed UOted Irom Miami Beach Hi '"•' Brandeis Universit Her husband is ah of Brandeis Univ'ersitj and • i" business b; New York City. he the young ccupie will live •''"'' a Caribbean honeytnojn. ^i sii i • mn. ALAH BIOCH BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Under Strict Supervision of th Orthodox Vaad Hkhrjtn o UstSW Rabbi Dr. taaac H. Ever. Director 24-HOUR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL ALL OIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDING* mODIRK tQUIPMHT t FURNISHINGS flRtPROOf BIHIOIHC 310 Collins Art. Ph. JE 2-3571 Mwi Btach



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Friday. October 20, 1961 *Je*ist> FhrSdliaiin Page 9-B arvnincjlu yours, S ISTERHOOO o: Temple Beth Sliolom presented two performances last we^end of their ;.ri'_.iial musical comedy aptly entitled "Wbo M'i-'ds Money?." Botl Salurda an I Sunday night were fullhouses, and to us the well-dressed a;dience proved as ir.tcrtstine as tne show. Mrs, James Albert, wife of the president of the Temple, wore the always appropriate black silk sheath. The bade of her bodice wa> the full blouson, with this effect achieved with wide panels -ji the J-iik. Mrs. Burt Ki'n's ensemble was one that created a two-piece effect Her bod en was of white cliirny lace cut loosely and a "ay from the liody. Her full >kirt was of click silk chiffon, and n nile green ^i'k chiffon cummerbund circled her waistline. She also wore a pair of matching greea drop earrings. Hack siitiontung was the phoice of M-s. Nirman Arkin. (irr sheath la cowled neckline that was t"..:>h in front and tipped to a low V in the back, A large self-fabric bow was at the bottom of the V line. Mrs. 1. H. Etudniok wore a white silk orgasm sheath embroidered with pink flowers under a petal pink silk organza theatre coat cut with a full shawl collar. President of the Sisterhood. Mr.-. Harvey Kramer, chose a print in geld, yellow and orange. The dress fabric was an imported textured cotton challis cut in the sheath silhouette and trimmed with gold velvet. She made tfte matching pillbox hat that she wore. Mrs. Solomon Margolis chose a peacock blue silk dynasty damask toppei with a black cashmere sweater anpliqued in a matching shade of blue, and highlighted with white ar.d fuschia. Another dress aid sweater en .emble was worn by Mrs. Bernard Spector, Har silk shantung sheath was m a muted shade of Shocking pink, and the matching pink ( ashmere WJS trimmed with the same fabric, her accessories were all in pink PP folds, with short sleeves, a fitted bodice, and sheath skirt. Mrs. David Drucker chose a silk print in white and royal blue. Draped across the back cf her shoulders, the dress had a capelette effect. Mrs. Edmund Brandt selected an imported French voile print. The sheer black fabric featured pink roses on long green stems in a vertical print. Her silhouette was the new semi fitted, with the long torso line ending in a hip-length flounce. The neckline was high and rounded, and the three-quarter sleeves featured the Japanese lantern shape. Black silk crepe was worn by Mrs. Robert Knnzman. The bodice featured the overblouse effect with jet buttons far over to Out! s.ue. Below the buttons, her skrt had a deep side pleat: and high on one shoulder was pinned a large gold butterfly. Mrs. Louis SneLman aiso wore silk crepe — hers :n white. Working backitage she had applied makeup to the cast without getting any on her dress. Her scooped neckline was gathered, giving a soft fulinoss to the front of her bodice, while the back dropped to a low rounded decolletage. BRILLIANT jewel-toned pink silk **a!paca was outstanding on Mrs. Samuel Pollock. Cut along the princess lines, it had a high neckline, short sleeves and a fitted bodice. The skirt featured ton trolled fullness to almcst a bellshaped silhouette. Her one shoulder cape was ot ihe same fabric and trimmed with matching colored fringe. Mrs. Jack Shapiro was striking in a turquoise-colored peau de soie Her sheath had the high Empire bustUoe, which featured the same colored si!k chiffon carefully draped and with minute ; pleats appiiqued into a lattice pattern and covering the short sleeves. Her rounded neckline i dipped slightly in the back, ami the chiffon was formed into panniers that went to the bottom of. her hemline. ZWISS VAMlAIHt HORODNER MISS JENNIE RABIN School Romance Leads to Troth | MISS GEORGANN GALE Gale, Shaw Betrothal Told Mr. and MrSidney Gale, of 4507 Pierce st., Hollywood, formerly of S>< ampscott, Mass., announce the engagement of their daughter. Georgann, to Michael tihaw. son ol Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Shaw, of Shaw Travel Service. Miss Gale attended Swampscott High School and is a graduate ot the class of i960 of Lasell Junior College in Auburndale. Mass. At present, -he is attending the University of Miami, majoring in elementary education. Mr. Shaw is a 1957 graduate of Miami Senior High School. After serving three years in the Army Medical Corps, he is attending the University of Miami as a psychology major. No date has been set for the wedding. A romance which started at Miami Senior High School culminated in the engagement of Madelaine ilorodner and Mel Frishman or. Sunday, Oct. 8. Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Philip Horodner. 13iV) S'vV 82nd ave., the bride-elect me' her fiance when he was e'tor cf the Miami Senior High limes Two years later, she took iver the ed torsbip, which she kept until her graduation last year. Sne is presently employed by So I tern Underwriters, and atDECENTLY returned from a Mediterranean cruise: Mrs. Max Weitz waa In powder blue. Her importe I voile was completely in stitched horizontal A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. PR 9-8401 Miss Schwartzman Now Mrs. Mason Rosalie Schwartzman and M. Walter Mason were married on Saturday. Oct. 14. in Shreveport. La., where the bridegroom is serving in the Air Force. The new bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Schwartzman. 6225 Alton id., is a graduate of Miami Beach High and attended the University of Florida. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morry Mason. 4301 Collins ave.. the bridegroom is a • graduate of Coral Gables High. Staunton Virginia Military Academy, and has a degree from the University of Miami. He is associated with Taylor Construction Co. Cocktails Fete Betrothed Couple The engagement ot Miss Jennie Rose Rabin is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Rao i in, of 5340 Orduna dr.. Coral Gables, i t" Donald Jay Klein, son of Mr. and Mrs Irving Klein, of 1228 Se' villa ave., Coral Gables. The bride-eiect is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and at! tended the University of Florida. Her fiance i^ a graduate of Far |Rockaway High school and attended Brooklyn College. He is at present associated with the Merry-Go-, Round Apparel Shop on Miracle Mile in Coral Gables. A cocktail party announcing the engagement will be held at the home of the bride-elect Sunday afternoon, Oct. 22 tends evening classes at the University of Miami and I.indsey Hopkins Education Center. She is an alumna of Sigma Delta Chi Council. Miami Branch YMHA-YWHA, which she served as vice president. The future bridosroom is the son of Mrs. Asenath Jay Frishma-\ 3550 Crystal View ct. A journalism major, he is a junior at the University of Miami, and served as editor of the Hurricane newspaper He is president of the 1 M chapter. Sigma Delia Chi, national journal.st society, and a reporter for the Miami News. Proceeds tor the Needy Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will hold its first luncheon and card party o! the season on Thursday noon, Oct. 26, at Beth El Congregation. Pioceeds are for food and clothing for the needy. 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Page 10-B f'Jenisi 1 fhrkftor) Friday, October 2C 19S1 MISS SUSAN GfURNTtK Gelernter. Riker Eye Dec. Rites Mr and MrHerbert Gelernter, 24IKJ Granada Mvd., i re announcii % %  .: ol their daughter, Sutai Jane, to Stephen J. Riker. The future bride Is an alumna of Miami Senior High, an \ College, class of 1960. w here she a soloist with 'V Glee Club. and a member of the Golddustera society. F ir the past a bu the milli York Her fiarce is I ton and Harrj Riker, I Si York and Sew ;a graduate of the 1.1 i hoe), and "t Yale, 1953 He is a member of Yale Club of New York, and is associated with Riker and Co. of .New York. The couple plan to be married on Dec. 17. JFCS Sponsors Film Premiere i .i Women's comn Family ar.d Children's sponsor "Raisin in its premiere perform on Wednesday. N\>\ | the Parkway The. This is a first tjon of the wome which will support I JIseoritTnued Homo.--. JFCS is a United .ird a member of the ami Je\vi-h Federal Four-year scholarship is being presented to Thorncs Wells, recent graduate of Edison High School, in Phi Sicrr.a Sigma Alumnae's third scholarship award. Looking on as Dr. James M. Jablon makes the presentation are Mrs. Robert Rosen. Mrs. Bert Saul, and Mrs. Melvin Harrison, members of the Greater Miami chapter's scholarship committee. Intensify Jewish Education, Pioneer Women Say PITTSBLRGH. Pa. — (JTAi — an -advance" on the S2.250.000 rael Bonds, presented a plaque to had visited Israel -'in a friendly Pionetr Women, the Women's Lapledged by Pioneer Women New Mrs. Dvorah Rothbard. national invasion" during the past two bor Zionist Organization of Amenprojects announced for the next Pioneer Women Bonds for Israel years. ca. concluded its 17th biennial contwo years include six junior high chairman, for the achievement. A m p 4 c a „ r rn !" D^-.J v vention here with the adoption of schools in Israel for which equipwhich included the sale of $3,500.neriv -1H M Pre "dent Kena >eries of resolutions ureine the ment fumitnrp m^hmcrv *nw cmn ;„ h nn j, H..-.-„ h„.. „ intensification of Jewish a liberalization of United States Pioneer Women of Brooklvn 1 as r elected nre Zl n '! t g T P i*!' Clted l0r pr m0t more than %  • in the past egates that "m a very real sense • of Brooklyn, uas reelected presilllg the sale ol S17 .ooo.000 in Israel two years toward programs for -he Pioneer Women are one of the m „. *k )0nds dunn S the past decade. Mrs. working women in Israel. Mrs. Lett forerunners of the Peace Convs hvTl/iTf 5 aPP n? d A M Carlin nat,onal Chen chalr a,so told the "legates that over President Kennedy lauded 'hTor&?££SVS*Sffl= o f W omens D ,v,s,on o t s ,00 members of Pioneer Women wn,MU0B for s -*" Israel Ambassador Avraham Mrs. Retter W*?] Hold Luncheon On Saturday. 11 a.m.. Mrs. Rci'er will hold a bru ot the Phi Sigma Sigi %  show committee, ol chairman. The brunch | in her home at 1275 VI The Phi Sigma Sigma show is an annual event and u,n be held this year on Dec. 9 at he Seville hotel. All national sororities at the University of Miami will participate by having a representative act as a model. A queen is selected ai the close of the event. Tickets to be Presented Two tickets to the Judy Garland urging the ment. furniture, machinery and 000 in bonds during the pa,t two by Mrs Arthur j Gold S wife concert wi be Presented v education, tools w, be made available by years. L, tne Secretary ^"j^" JJ Temple Ner Tamid Your., UulU Mrs. Left told the delegates that Goldberg, herself a long-time meminstallation dance on Sunday, 9 Share Firms as '62 Goal Looms Harman told the convention .that "despite the hostility which has marked the attitude of our neighbors, we in Israel have kept our minds and hearts wide open for peace. We are not anti-Arab. We education and Jewish education ZS% SSFCSJ! united Fund Launches Drive in Fair tion also urged a "genuine basic revision and liberalization of United States immigration policy which will provide for the admis_. vmmam. nc are nui anu-/\rao. we sion to this countrv of a larger um,ed rund nas begun its cam-, at home to avoid being solicited recognize the Arab-states as legitinumber of immigrants than have! P a, n mon 8 neighborhood busines-; again. mate and permanent facts in the been admitted under present law ?":. Fa r hare f,rmSl and ,he l Over 35.000 public employees are Middle East. As soon as they exand lor a non-discriminating poHcv Employees Division, it was being asked, to give their 'Fair tend the same recognition to Israel. I as between native-born citizens announced b >' Edward F. Swenson. Share." computed as one hour's the way to peace wHl be open," and naturalized citizens" jr '• general campaign chairman. pay per month on a payroll deduc-he Ambassador stated. Yocheved D Kopernik special The dr u Ive continues un,il Nov tion b !" s County Manager Irving nitsary to the convention from?' and h ouse-to-house solicitation McNayr is UF's Public Employees RIVIERA "MM CATERERS Open Haute. Weddings. Bar v a. vahs, Receptions, Decorated Trayl 1830 Pbnta Hi 1-5441, Hi 4-0*00 THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN CATERERS IXQUISITt "wfDDIMCS I BAR miTZVAS 731 Washington Ave. Telephone JE 8-5401 ^hon^U^ emissary to the convention from Moetzet Hapoalot. the Working ***** Sunday Nov 5 Women's Council in Israel sponsored by Pioneer Women, was presented with a check for S175.000 for the Israeli organization as To Honor Cantor Mandel Business teams from the United Good Neighbors division hope to call on 20,000 neighborhood businesses in the next month, according to William C. Lantaff, UGN chairman. chairman. McGregor Smith, Fair Share chairman, reports that his division will be soliciting more than 1,400 larger Dade firms in the coming month. The Advance Corporate Gifts DiBusinessmen who contribute in vision, headed by William D. Singnon tillh !" r W V C 5 ngrega ; ,ne name of ,neir firm wil1 *e.ve r sports that S328.808.50 has aition will honor Cantor Emanuel a United Fund "Chapter Plan" ready been pledged Mandel at a testimonial dinner on sticker, subscribing to one collecUnited Fund's 1962 goal is $2 Saturday Oet 28 a, Michel's kotion per year. 798.822 to support the programs of sner restaurant. In charge of resEmployees will be given a stick39 health, welfare and character ervancns are Murray Ignal. Ber er proclaiming "We Gave Our Fair building agencies nard Phillips, and Donald Hershey. ; Share" to be placed on their doors 0IEJAKT LAWS AND SABBATH STRKTIY ORSF*V€0 KOSHER MEALS INCLUntO J $650 KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Ownr Teen-age clubs of the Miami Beach YMHA respond to the call to help the United Fund in its current campaign by offering their assistance in packaqing kits for volunteer solicitors. Hundreds of young people in the teen-age proqram ct various "Y" branches turned out to work on this service project. Representing the young people at the Beach Branch are (left to right) Steven Frelich, Carole Cohen, Larry Silverberg and Roberta Shulman. Abe Getter dly. PER PERSON dbl. occ. to D-;c 17 20 of 105 room* AND AU THIS W Single Occ !' FREE!!! ,thtr rates available i.,Vo L un 9" "<" • 21" TV and Radio in each room • ----nil. Jl? 3<1 > 0 n h3tel • Weiner Roast. Movies. Games. Bnttrta l ment nightly • New Years Eve Banquet Party • Religious S?-v •. w 2 f ul tim Mashgiach on premises • Salt and Sugar Free D %  • a, .. r Ch l r 9 e ,3r Steaks. Chops. Roasts • Kosher Poois.de Snack oar • Many other Features • Also European Plan and \unthlv seasonal Rates. CtU 4OT Gtm* Central Air Cond. A Heated Ind. Cont. JE 4-2141 PRIVATE BEACH POOL Ph. UN 6-6226 Ph. UN 6-5278 SAND-ELL Strictly Kosher 1UO CATERING • BAR .'.* rZVAHS • WEDDINGS PA=T : : 7446 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. R{A0Y-XO-GO COCKED fOODS PETERSONS STEAK PLACE 7140 S.W. 8* ST. •tk t-962 ____ai___LL^^& ft % 



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Tnday. October 20. 1S61 +Jewi$t fhridfian Page lib -h Kcpnur. [left) is install ] %  '. ami Ftecich Zionist District at c?rerr.onies S lay ( the llgiers hotel. Looking on lefttorighl a uit Ji lae :..-. Typen, instai.i-c oiiice:; Leo yi:r.z.ir., executive e The Jewish Floridicn, who was cue ; ; pe( Fudnick, ol Coral Gables, a r.cucr.cl vice president oi (he 2,or..Ht Organization of America. Beach Zionist District Installs Officers Supper Snack Ceremonies Here sh Rophun waa installed as president of the Miami Beach Zion ist District at ceremonies Sunday i'.t ..ins in the Algiers hotel. ( rcuit Judge Irvine Cypen also installed Paul Kwitney. president-elect; Joseph Meyers. Al Lefl<(.v\itz. Louis Rabinowitz and David Goodwin, vice presidents. 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Page 12-B W Mnisl ncric/ian Friday. October 20, 1851 As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas AAitzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You,'' P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name of the bW or Bas Mitzvwb,-oe>te and piaee if the ceremony, home address and telephone number. The corsage wiil be forwarded to ycu courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time tor the occasion. Beth David Offers New Education i Series in Various Courses for Adults Beth David Congregation, launchOn Monday mornings, beginning ing a program to extend adult; Nov. 13, classes in "Hebrew and Jewish education in the communHistory" will be offered from 10 ity. will offer courses and lectures j to 11 a.m. Sisterhood members of on Sunday and Monday, mosaings j the congregation,, will present Rab and Tuesday evenings. i bi Shapiro in a lecture series on "The Book of Jcb Problems iB i Religion." IS | Once a month, beginning jJ uary, Beth,D.vid ill J* £ H a series of lecturerfront vanSI .parts of the court,* in a pnZJ ; entitled "Cavalcade o( c^T tive Juda : sm." ; All courses and lectures wiflj offered in conju-Vm *„h )he J*l i reau of Jewish Education Greater Miami. David Silver Miss Maschkowski Jonathan Kislak Scott Uhr Diane Cur man I awrtnet Newman David 9lv*r Beth David will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of David Robert, sou of Mr. and lira. Max Silver, 710 SW 21st rd.. during services Saturday morning. Oct. 21. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate. David is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High, and attends Beth David religious school, lie studies piuno and cornet, and is a Boy Scout. His lather, vice president of Beth David, was also Bar Mitzvah there. An Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening and a Kiddu h reception Saturday following services will be hosted in David's honor by his parents. • Lawrence Newman Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence, son of Mr, and Mrs. Joel Newman, and grandson of Mrs. Fay Browarnik. during Saturday morning services, Oct. 21. at Temple EmanuEl Lawrence attends Nautilus Junior High and plays clarinet in the •school band. He is a football and sailing enthusiast. A reception honoring him will be held in his home Saturday evening, and on Sun:.'ay, at the Barcelona hotel, a party for his young friends. • • Robert Loev Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Loev, 2653 SW 36th ave., will be Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning sendees, Oct. 21. at Israelite Center. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a student a Shenandoah Junior High, where hi is active in the Student Council. He attends the Center's religious school Kiddush in his honor will follow the religious ceremony. Steven Dubbin Bar Mitzvah of fiieven, son oi JE 1-5251 Closed Saturday Sunshine Bakery BAKERS FOR KOSHER HOMES Specializing in WEDDING & BAR MITZVAH CAKES You Call WE DEIIVER Orders $2 or More FREE 1043 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH 39. FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dubbin, will be observed on Saturday morning, Oct. 21, at Temple Emanu-El, with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating. Steven attends Nautilus Junior High and plays saxophone in the band. He has been a student in the Temple's religious school ior five years. He is a sport enthusiast. Kiddush in his honor will follow the ceremony on Saturday, and a reception will be held in his home in the evening. The Bar Mitzvah is the grandson of Mrs. Rose Dubbin, and Joseph Creenberg, an officer of the synagogue's Forty-Niners. Susan Maschkowski Temple Beth Shirah will be the site of the Bas Mitzvah of Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Maschkowski, during Friday evening services, Oct. 20. Rabbi Morris %  A. Skop will officiate. Susan is an eighth grade student at Cutler Ridge Junior High, where she plays flute in the school band. ; She is also a pianist. Her parents will honor her with \ an Oneg Shabbat at the conclusion of the ceremony. • Harris Millman Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Hams, -on of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Milli man. during Sa'.urday morning services, Oct. 2], at Temple Ner Ta. mid. • Harr's is a sutdent m toe Tern i pie's religious school. A reception in his honor will follow services. • Diane Gurman Friday evening services. Oct. 20. it Beth Torah Congregation will inlude the Ba.s Mitzvah of Diane. mghter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray rurman, and granddaughter of Mrs Lena Wiesenfeld. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will officiate. Diane is a student at North Miami Beach Junior High and attended Hebrew school for four years. Jonathan Kislak Saturday morning services, Oct. 21, at Temple Beth Am. will include the Bar Mitzvah of Jonathan, •on of Mr. and .Mrs. Jay 1. Kislak. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will officiate. Jonathan attends the Ransom School in Coconut Grove. He will be honored at a luncheon The Sunday morning program was inauguarted on Oct. 8. Monday morning sessions will start Nov. 13. and the Tuesday evening series will begin on Oct. 24. From 10 to 11 a.m., Sundays, ccurses are offered in "Beginners H-brew" and in "History cf the Jews in the Middie Ages." From 11 to 12, a series of lectures and discussions will cover the general subject "A Layman Looks at Jewish Life." The discussions are being conducted by members of the eongregat'pn who are prominent in a variety of fields, ard include I eonard Wolf, attorney: David Uger.t, photographer; Lewis Sternshein, accountant: Bernard Segal, leader with the American Jewish Congress; Dr. Irwin Jacobs, psychiatrist; George Pickar. professor of law at the University of Miami; Samuel Cohen, ass stant director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; and Manuel Lubel. chairman of the adult education committee. The program will provide a forum for divergent views and audience participation. Topics to be discussed include j "Conservative Judaism: Challenge land Promise," "Do Jews Still Bei ueve in the Coming of the Mesjsiah?," "Judaism and Christiani ity.** "Judaism and Ethics," "The jJew and His Commnnity," "Ritual I in Jewish Life," "Is Prayer as Effective as it Might be in Jewish Life Today?" Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, Cantor William W. Liptoa and Saul Rabin, education director, j arc acting consultants at the lectures, which are open to members of Beth David and their friends. Weekly courses in "Hebrew and History" will begin on Tuesday, from 8 lo 9 p.m. From 9 to 10 p.m., a series entitled "The Life of a Jew" will be presented by guest lecturers from the community. Bureau Announces Opening of Jewish Studies College at Three Branch Sites Opening of the College of Jewish Studies for the school year 1961-62 is announced by M. A Baskin. president of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Registration will be held on Oct. 24 at Beth David Congregation, 2625 SW 3rd ave.. the Bureau of Jewish Education bldg., 135 NW 3rd ave and on Oct. 26 at Beth Torah Congregation. 1051 No. Miami Beach blvd. Courses offered at the Miami Branch on Tuesdays, 8 to.10 ?.m., include "Biblical Jewish History," "Elementary Hebrew" nH two forum sessions. These will offer "Crises in Jewish Life," a study of the impact of other civilizations upon Jewish life at various critical stages of Jewish history, and "Lifetime of a Jew," a study of Jewish thought and ; practices from cradle to the grave. The faculty at Beth David branch of the college includes Louis Schwartzman, Hersh Berman. and a revolving faculty of Rabbi Nor man Shapiro, Rabbi William Sajowitz. Saul Rabin. Herbert Berger. Harry Simonboff. Dr. Isaac Unterman. Rabbi Samuel April. Dr. Najthaniel Soroff, Rabbi Morton Mali* vaky, Rabbi Morris Skop. Rabbi i Solomon Schiff, and Judge Fred; erick Barad. The North County Branch will imeet on Thursdays. 8:15 to 10:15 Ip.m., and offers courses in "Elejmentary Hebrew," "Modern Jewish History," "Basic Judaism" and "Survey of the Bible." Faculty at the North County Branch consists id Herb ^ mott "Methods j n Su:,r. ool," to fo held in the IK area !our (Wednesdays in u, ., V|> Jvember: and :i, ; :;inar for Pre-SchocJ ." %  •. i 0 ^ held in January. ] |_ %  The colhgc j brew teacher • nt for j four-year progtt i reparatioi for i xaminatio? Na I Board of Lice n s< i %  t"aehcr lic< r.sr> ator Miami. The subject area includes. "Bible," "Modern Hel ture." "Schulchan Aruch," ar,c in "Teaching Methods and Classroom Management." These courses include one semester in 'Teaching Methods in the Hebrew School" and one semester in "Teaching Methods in the Sunday School" under the direction of Schwartiman, executive elector of the Bureau. Baskin also announced a meeting of all student* interested in registering in iN special Llpan course of the Bureau, which pro ; vides intensive Hebrew instruction 'for adults. The organization meetling was held on Wednesday in the assembly room cf the school building of Temple Emanu-El. Safety Stressed For Youngsters Safety at home and in the street is the "theme of the week" lor Beth Torah kindergarten, Mrs. Rebecca Kay, preschool supervisor. :announced. With the aid of model traffic signs and bicycles to simulate automobiles, the studentwere shown when to cross streets and | how to watch for traffic. Highlight of the unit was a visit from an officer of the North Miami Beach Police to emphasize to the children the important part the polite force plays in their everyday lives. reception at Kings Bay Country Club. • *. %  > Scott Uhr Scott Alan, .son of Mr. and Mrs Harold Uhr, will become Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congregation Saturday morning, Oct. 21, with Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiating. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at North Miami Beach Junior High, ind bas attended Beth Torah religious school for two years. Michael Moss The Bar Mitzvah oi Michael A.. son ol Mr. and Mrs, Harry Moss. 614 5th st., will be observed at Congregation Beth Jacob on Saturday, Oct. 21. Rabbi Tibor Stern will conduct the 5:30 p.m. service. A seventh grade student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, Michael takes courses in art, and will study clarinet with the band. happy birthday... for your ton — your doughti ^"^H'P%..'i V • %  *— *7 HolSlim 'ZskznateZ:'61&2 Another Holsum first — Birthday Cakes made to .our ora-' delivered to your neighborhood grocery store for \our coi venience. "Personalized" Cakes for all occasions Birth Wedding — Anniversary — Baby Showers EfiDoll Cakes Write for free booklet on Decor c.-. kes • without obligation of course. H OLSU M BAKERS • Bakers of famous Holsum Bre*d and Call HOLSUM BAKERS P.O. BOX 957 SOUTH MIAMI 43, FLA. Please send me your free booklet on "Cakes for A!! Occasion*" without obligation of course. Name Address v State (JF 10-20-1)1'



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October 20. 1961 *Jenisi>fk>rkfiar) Page 13-B lusy Executive of Expanding Firm : jnds Time for Educational Venture i ating i • %  22nd anniver %  Dad Pap :md Bag Co..' of the largest indepen-1 owned w r. o I e s a 1 e paper | I utora In the South, Harry presi ''"''. remarks that j I'jhi btgBsf(!i\ ftertAt Mrs. OMtiit lia .c r • '• •%  I "ver the years i irom our four children and i. ndCi/.ldrea.*" Strong family ties, belief in the ji nee • : c contributions [ i, i.i i devbrton to the so-called 'old f,-h n-'d" virtues that are often! i iked ;'. business today, are' i he has passed along to his Ic.ren tw > ol iom help operate i ly business rr-m the October e'sy in 1939, v.!.'the arriva' of the first carloic of merchandise signaled the Itarl of their venture, family teamwork a^d the Golden Role have create; a successful businesi that now casually notes the err val of a carload of merchandise ii day, plus truck and water ihip nents. rrom the original small store in drwr.town Miami, the Firm POM Hilt a 50,000 sq. fr. ^.irehouse. i of the f lenders of the He Academy .m Miami Beach |C %  devotes a major portion o Intime and energ'es to the school ;i contributor to many local ational charities. i i rently an honorary life pres I of the Hebrew Academy i; recently completed seven |j :• as chairman of the executive %  t \ and serves as exoffi |i ember today. !!• has seen, the Academy grow a enrollment of five stu | to the Bteseni 300. The new being constructed or I a 24th st.. Miam Beach, \-.L! 1 .. o-.modate approx 'HJI..; I >ats. Devoted to tHs task of helpirvj to raise $1,000,000 for the new Hebrew Academy construction, Geret is also planning for his own business. The development of new products, discovery of new uses for existinq proH.-jcts 'and further expansion of his'dwn "Dapaco" lire are being carried on. Helping with business expansion arc sons Irving, co-founder of the company 22 years ac;o. and Saul. who joined the firm in I960.. Another son. Martin, is practicing law n Miami. Daughter Florence is the wife cf Dr. 15. R. Coleman. oi Charleston, S.C. Laurette Wulftange. who joined the firm in 15140. is now executive office manager, celebrating her 2\ -t year with the firm. CARIB I MIAMI i MIRACLE 1163 St. Open 1045 Open 11-15 TODAY MULKEIVMAN THE STOKy OF'MINNESOTA PATS' 'He POOL SHP)R< H ''.. I fi* II Miamians Pay CJA Pledges Now Instead of Waitina for December THE NEW ftrtfioi R<.itn;irant 1 < I merlv and Lounge the Preview SCHEON SPECIALS from 11:30-3 pm COCKTAIL HOUR Daily from 4-6 pm King Size Cocktails at Popular Prices -'on D'oeuvres Served SIGHTLY FEATURE • RIBS—CHICKEN OR DUCK prepared over an Open-Hearth Flame also PORTERHOUSE STEAKS OVER 2 POUNDS 5.50 DANCING NIGHTLY EXCEPT TUES. No Cover—No Min. 3622 Coral Way Phone HI 3-2038 Opening of a Cash Week cam paign by Greater .Miami's Comlined Jew -h Appeal on Oct. 29 will find tinarea ahead of the naional average for 1961 collections .ompared to I he previous year. Sidney Lefcourt. cash campaign chairman, said the national average n major Jewish communities hroughout the country is one-hall 1 one per cent ahead of 1960 col lections. In Greater Miami, the figure is 4.6 percent, Lefcourt said. "Not only that," Lefcourt added, "but I960 set an all-time record for our Combined Jewish Appeal'., And n ** we're 4.6 percent ahead of the record-breaking figure for I960." "Almost everybody is cooperatng with our plea to pay their 110' >ledges now. instead of waiting | So. Florida B'nai B'rith Schedules Membership Rally On Sunday evening, Nov. 5. in the roon he DiLulo hotel, j i huge join B'nai B'rith membership drive will take place. This is an all-out effort n the parl I the South Florida Qpuncil B'ri h Lodges to gam newl lits to the world'Largest and iwifb service organization.! I : Milton A. Friedman. pfQSi-l I)'na: B'rith Lodges, Dis-, irict "... %  :uv' pi icei May to Kenneth Oka, of Miami Beach, wilkwelcome thel gathering. Special suesf speaker of the ever inn w!l be Fr. H. J. Sutrliffe, of Brooklyn, N.Y., who is i director o' the Episcopal Guild for the Blird. Blind since birth, he is fiercely dedicated to the too of fighting prejudice based on reason cf race, religion, or physical handicap. The evening will include refresh-1 ments and entertainment. In charge of information is Max Kriloft, 407 Lincoln Mall. Miami Beach. until December," Lefcourt -aid. Reason tor the cash campaign, he explained, is primarily the unexpected Hood ol immigrants arriving in Israel. "This new situation has placed our overseas agencies in a crisis situation." Lefcourt said. "They've already spent $11,000,000 that wasn't previously budgeted." There's also a continuing need for cash to finance local agencies, he pointed out. "We're getting a wonderful response from the Greater Miami Jewish community so far," Lefcourt concluded. "We are confident •hat Cash Week will enable us to (o cuv part in meeting these vital need.-.." Mcu/fctin am/ SumAeJ'&S) 70 JOKDW &f WAI&W TODAY Open 6:45 1 THE SAME HILARIOUS GANCJ THAT BROUGHT YOU "C*rry On Norse' t^Wf Free AMHrv* iors ALAN SI2ERR and JORDAN GILMAN present V'v s WORLD'S GREATEST ENTERTAINER ; %  -., .••*,. VWIRS1TY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA FABIEN SEVITZKY, conductor OPENING CONCERTS! Sunday, Oct. 22 Miami Beach Aud. 8:30 P.M. Monday, Oct. 23 — Dade County Aud. 8:30 P.M. PROGRAM DEDICATED TO THE UNITED NATIONS GUSTAV MAHLER'S "The Song of the Earth" JENNIE TOUREL and WILLIAM LEWIS World Premiere Performance of William Grant Stiff's "THE PEACEfUL IAND" Strauss' "ROSENKAVAUER SUITE" Subscriptions and Single Tickets Still Available at Both Auditoriums. UM Symphony Office, Cordelia's in Miami. & Amidon's in Coral Gables. IN f£StSQN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 8:30 P.M. One Performonce Only MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL MAIL ORDERS NOW: Tickets: MO 00 W $ 7 50 6" % 5 M $ ^ *2 59 £fi Tickets on sale at Miami Beach Convention Hall; Jordan Marsh; Flagler Book Store; Amidcn's, Coral Gables; burdi-e's 163rd c t. and West Palm Beach. Mail Orderi lhould be orldrcitcd to Miami Beech Convention Hall. Plooe enclose i?lt-addrecd. stamped envelope. Moke checks payable to "Miami Beach Jon Fct


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Pc-oe 14-3 > An § t fk rxdidir Friday October :; ;-, Unfversfty of Miami Symphony Opens 35th Anniversary Season Sunday Eve • %  on Sunday with a performance-' Mahler azvax .-'n,' work which will :>• i % % %  first time in Miami. o outstandii Tourel mezzo-soprano, and William Lewis, ten' politar. opera Company, will pear in the poignant Mahler rk which will be Eng : •II Miami B I ram grow American bj ir <-f Paru Educators Elect Officers Hebrew Educators recent meeting elected tl ing officers: President. Rabbi Shimon Azulay: vice presidents. MisNettie Goldstein and Meyer Samberi treasurer. Saul Porush: secretary. Rabbi Moshe Aspes. and honorary president. David Friedman. Members of the executive committee are Avi Kay. Bernice Kazman, Zehava Sukenik. Harry Berman. and Harry Perach. Following the election, a reception was given for members who visited Israel during the summer. They were Mr and Mrs. Harry Perach. Miss Nettie Goldstein, and Paul Kwitney. : and York Philha •1 the Pbilharmoi under Leo Miss Tosjrel has song with virtually every ms'or ccrsiuctor in the world. She has made nine past-war tours of Europe, two of Sc-'h America, one of South Africa, and four of Israel, where her sjccess was rated the greatest in the country's history since Toseanini appeared there a decade earlier. This will be her third appearance with the University of Miami Symphony. I ; ; alike for bis | i as 1 to in .., in "Wozz.-ck. ar.d Alfred in D:e FledCT maui Mr Lc r was ci by 1r Stravinakj to sing the .. role ii the composer'* newwork. Threni at Town Hall. Later Lew;wa< (elected by another prominent composer. GianCarlo Menotti. to appear at the Festival of Two Worlds at Spoleto. Italy In addition to the Mahler work. Sevitzky has programmed William Grant Still's world premiere performance of "The Peaceful Land.' a prize-winning composition dedicated to the United Nations, and Richard Straus>' beautiful "Rosenkavalier Suite." j0H l^B^^*^^^^** %  mW %  L mmM ~~~ \ *"*m M d m **£k ft 4 %  fc. hi i %  \ ^ % *>: A crucial 26-hour game between Jackie Gleason and Paul Newman is one of the highlights of "The Hustler," story of a pool shark with an obsession for fame. Piper Laurie, George C. Scott and Myron McCormick co-star in this drama of compulsion, now at the Carib. Miami. Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres. "It's Time for a Change" E LECT HARVEY B. VENNELL YOUR HIALEAH MAYOR The People's Choice VOTE for VENNELL Pull LEVER 3-A October 31st Book Club States Review %  ci i I Kaufer %  Mrs R Judy jdland show business favorite currently breaking records with r.e: one-worn performc a :-will appeal at nni 5e~ch C onvention Hz'.'. .:. Nov 23. Lczz\ producers ere Alar. S.-.err cr.i Jordan Gilman, who recently formed the Miami Beach ]zzz Festival. Tickets are avail' able at the Convention Hall. Jordan Marsh, Flagler Book Store. Burdine's 153rd St., and Amidon's. ELECT RAY HODGES To Your HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL Help HIM to Help VOI rHE WAN .'.-: BEAT C %  HAU Pull LEVER 11-A October 31st They Visit Rabbi Rosenberg Mrs. Morris A. Kleiman. of Miami, recently en route to enroll her daughter. Delly. in college. >urprised Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, former spiritual leader of Beth David Congregation here, by visiting Adath Jeshurun. his congregation in Philadelphia, during Saturday morning services. Lunch followed for Mrs Kleiman and Delly at Rabbi and Mrs. Rosenberg's home NEW LOCATION Newt's Place TOPS-SEAT COVERS Good Work is Not Cheap Cheap Work is Not Good "LET NEWT 00 IT 28S4 SW 27th Ave. "Across from A I HI 3-22 M RE-ELECT VERNON J. ASHLEY TO HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL "Six Years Your Councilman" Pull LEVER 7-A October 31st • • i -AM *^ \<3 INfOHMALS INVITATIONS CALLING CARDS ANNOUNCIMINTS "THANK YOU" NOTES PERSONAL STATIONERY Ou'we-JiiK-g :>-•-• i-* :-..i'i:yy pi:e se'ec" r T :*e..—'.: y •:. '>"•* MOM Hlankliii 3-4*34 Pd. Pol A It Dade Federal Savings has Convenient Offices 41* CONDITIONED BOULEVARD HEALTH SALON SWEDISH MASSAGE • BATHS MM. Thru frl. 9:30 ajm.7 p.m.-Sal. 9:3# m.m.A p.m.-CUsod Smndmy 2080 BISCAYNE BLVD. pj, pg 3-1252 Serve Dade County EDI$ON CINTIR BRANCH 5BOO N.W. 7th A.. NORTH MIAMI BRANCH 12370 N.W.7rhAv. MAIN OfflCl lOl I. FlafjUr St. HOME LOANS to buy, build or refinance One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest" Esade Federal I/AVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI INSURED SAVINGS EARN JOSEPH M UPTON. President 4 Oh-*** %  M OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 170 MILLION DOLLARS



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Friday. October 20. 1961 IUm>fflh fS>r,rFHIi^ri Pcge 1S-B Cancer Program At Tifereth Jacob Tt mple Tiferelh. Jacob Sisterhood will bring to the women of thl H aieah-Miami Springs area an opportunity to view a film which deals with cancer. On Wednesday, 8 p.m., at Jie Temple, 951 Flamingo Way, prochairman. Mrs. Henry Albert, will introduce Dr. Walter E. Furr and Mario Pellegrini, education director for the Florida branch cf the American Cancer Society. Title of the film to be shown is "Time and Two Women." Sisterhood president is Mrs. Samuel Seidle. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Rabbi's Mother Passes Away Mrs. Sheva Rockoff, mother of Habti Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of Israelite Center, died Oct. 7 in Brooklyn. N.Y. She was the wife of the late Rabbi Phillip Rockoff. Surviving, besides Rabbi Mala.-kv. is a daughter, Mrs. A. CotItr. oi Milleville, N.Y. Services were held in PhiladelFaying respects and presentirj. eulogies were Rabbis M. Tvveri ;.r.d Abraham Poupko. of Philadelphia; Cantor Samuel Malavsky. Like wood', N.J.. brother-in-law of Kockoff: and Rabbi Yaakov i • nberg, formerly of Miami MRS NAOMI LESOWODER .. ,|.. I ,.\. dn U Kl H • v. i. 22 years ago from De• %  e w is a ehali man ul I hi %  | t!on ol Hi. /-i n'.st • n of Ann rlca. wi of Ji wish Homi foi (he '--• I i i. i to HadRssah. '•'• Hal re Acadt i •. n. and Bur< au i I J< Miam Surviving ."• isban I, Kin. I: two sons: Dr. Lipachuti and H nry i U<%  %  bn th. i two slat) ra, Mra. ii In ai d Mr Bi rah Gi ru crai MI, and two t ri it... gi rvlo< wi r< i 'cl 15 in :,-. mojal I"hapi % %  < • LEGAL NOTICE IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 11153 I HE GREENWICH SAVINGS I SK, i i ixiratlon existing under thi laws of the State of New. York. Plaintiff, va i i i) B PASTOR, t al, i ti udiint*. NOTICE OF SUIT II H VROL-D B. PASTOR and • NN 1PASTOR, hi* wife ; %  abridge Avenue i altimore 15, Maryland \LE HEREBY N< iTIPIEP thai II baa been brought againsl you i THE GREENWICH SA VI N <". f i \\, %  >., above-entitled Court, to i, os< B -i rtgag) • ncumbc • Ing the I ,.. %  : bi a pr< pi rty, '"-;•;', | 24 SECOND AD1 I %  rO SIERRA, aci ordll I I •. •. • -. irded In Plat 1 ag< 7. of %  • nty, f .• Ida i :. I n .-; • %  r % %  : %  I • .. I i ..•:... i a • %  • I -'.-:• %  by 11 %  In !'••'• I r the reliel flemai •:• %  18th d<) I I %  %  %  BATHERMAN i i.. ci the Clrc lit C rl Dadi Count) 1' orlda (neal) I. ALEXANDl %  h nty ckrk DAVlD P. CATSMAN Mih Flooi at 101 B. Flagler St. Miami .'::. K .orlda 10/20-27, 11/3-10 NOTiCE UNDth FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that n leralgned, desiring to engagi In business andct the fictitious name of DADE COUNTY DETECTIVE AGENCY at P.O. Bo* 52-lM. Miami. Fa., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of roult Court of Dade County. HOT Ida. DODD J OHNSON Sole Owner 20.27 '" "-' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 10822 ROSE NELSON, riaintiff, vs. MORRIS NELSON, Defendant. CHIT FOP DIVORCE TO: MORRIS NELSON SIS North shore Road Norfolk, Virginia Yo ... • no., n lifiod thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and yon are r *"tiuired to serve a copy of your Angwer or Pleading to the I'.lll of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Manuel Zalac, 1408 Congress Building. Miami. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 20th day Of November. 1961. If you fail to do so, judgment by lefault Will be taken against yon for •he relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THK JEWISH FI.ORII.ilAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 16th day .f October, A P. 1961. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Cln nil Court, Dadi County, Florida I seal) Bj L, VLEXANDBR, Pt puty Cl rk MANUEL ZAIAC Attorney for Plaintiff 'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 111*8 NEW YORK S i.*lN 6 BANK, a • ndi r thi laws f thi Stati • N. • %  v rk, %  El WY.N? I •: N • t x 1 i. • • NOTICE OF PL' T Ti >: GLADYS i EXANDER M S N I lank P.O. v. Si W V i r'* Y( U ARE HERE] Y N suit has been bn net by NEW RK SAVING* BANK entitli t, ti fori • rtgagi enct baring 1 e foil .. --I pri • %  • Lot 28, BIi • H 8, CARi >1 CITY 0 .Rl lEN, according to th< pli •. rd< (l n Plal Booll •". al page 121, i f the public record! cf i ad) County, Floi Ida; Togi ther with. Wi stinghouse RefrigeratorModi i So. DM-11; and you are required to file youi anSWei with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, at the Courthouse In Miami, Florida, on or before November 21, 1961. and to serve a copy of such answer upon DAVID P. CATSMAN, Plaintiff's attorney, whom address is 14th Floor at 101 Baal Flagler Street, Miami H2, Florida, on or before said gate, as reunited by the 1-aws of Florida. If you fail to do so, the complaint will bi taken as confeaaed by you and a Decree I'ro Confess, will h.ent • %  ••(' net you for the relief d< mantled In thi Int. • VTED this 18th day i I I ictobt r, 1961. E. I!. LEATHERMAN ni Dade County, Ploi C. L ALEXANDl R %  DAV N Ith Floor i er St • V, NOTICE UNDER i FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the Uhdersigjied, desiring :o enap. in buslr %  s M under the fictitious name of WH1' E SHARK INN at 6241 W( I i '-"•reet mtends to register l • with the Clark Of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. •! • %  IREEN MARIE TAYLOR K : KSUBB &OARS Attorneys for Applicant 1998 f} W 1st 8t. 30'"-K'-%  -" NOT.CE UNDER •FlCti.riOUo NAME LAW %  riCE is HEREBY i::VEN that thi '.,| • deslrinj ..ire in i i ndei '.he fictitious name of tNITURB RBFINISHJ 70th St.. Miami Inti i retBter said name with the Clerk of the Ciroull Court of Dade County, Florida, ALFRED D. GAUD1N1 9/29. 1",'6-13-:C i I ndei Ml PI '!.:,' R1 -|f M !• %  Frit CKCUiT CO'wHT OP THE ELEVENTH JU0 C -C c :f OF FLOR DA. I'J AND FOP ~i Z.E IN CHANCEP N : t C .' %  led J i N : S '%  I NO :CE CF SI' T EN R( SEN a I A VID P. CA Tt M A N 14th Floor al 101 E. Flaglei St Miami 32, Florida 11/3-10 IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C Rri'T OF FLOFUDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 1C661 CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK, a New York banklne or;, rat loi Plaintiff, va. NATH \N sol OW et 1. Defeni" NOTICE OF SUIT TO: JACK RA1LEY and IM.KHTHY B \1LEY. his wife is:-M Worries Street South Bend, Indiana YOF ARE HFREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has l.itn h-ouirht agalnal vou hv OENTRA'. ptVWK P *NK IN THE CITY OF NFYV YORK, in -he above-entitled Court, to foreclose a mortgage encumhir nu the following described property, to-wlt: Lot v. in RlooV J7 i s'-'ovo ADDITION TO SIERRA. accor.linK to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book ,*7. at pace 7 of the nubile records of Dade County, Florida: Together with: C..E Refrigerator. LB S'.'LR: YL 602337: and you sre required to file your answer with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Conntv, P'orlda, at thConrthoiiRe in Miami Florida, on or before November 14. 1961, and to serve a copy of such answer upon DAVID P, CATSMAN, Plaintiffs attorney whose address Is 14th Floor at 101 East Flagler strut. Miami 82, Florida, on or before said date, as required by th„ Laws Of Mo-Id i. If you fail to do •.(,. rh. complaint w.ll be taken as confessed by you ami a Decree Pro Confesso will he entered against you for the relief di manded In the complaint. DATED this 11th day of Oc-oh.;-, 1961. E F LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Ci irt, I di Co mtj P ... Bj : K M. LYMAN. j leill'Tv Clerk DAVII P CATSMAN al 101 i" Flagler St Mian. Flo! ida !'• 18-20-27. II .1 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW Si %  C*E IS HEREBY G 'EN thai : %  ins ti engagi In • s under I si mi of al BE. 10th Ct„ 1 Intel • • •: %  i Florida NRY .•' %  %  l V. TON C'Sl %  ''' i-27.ll NOTICE -UNDER NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersign •Ing to engage in tin undersigned, daalrtng to engage in business lindei Xlie UctlUoUS n^n.t of,I business under the fictitious names of FASHION PAIR DRE88 BHOP at 11049 Bird Road, Miami. Florida intend to register said lame with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MATILDA FSUDSTEIN SHIRLEY wHiTcrp Soli Owners .10/6-18-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirlnf, to engagi In business under tiie flotltiOUS nan,. of STATE LIQCOKS *•'.. INC., at 11880 N w. 7th Avenue, Miaou ,ntends to register said name w-..n the Cl. rk of thi circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MOSAM CORP. By: M. L Copperman, Prealdi nl HARRY Zl'KERNICK, Attorney 420 Lincoln Road Miami Heath, Ha. 10/20-27, 11/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of SILVER OF MIAMI at 309 N.W. 2nd AM nu.. Miami. Ha., Intend to register said name with thi Clerk of me Circuit Court oi Dade County, Florida. IRA SILVER I VELYN SILVER S w m i s Bsaeh Htaiinr Aid Center; Miami Be„ch Hea'ing Aid Center; Washington Hawing Aid Center; A Heaglng Aid Co., al 12"i2 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Ha.. Intends to reglsjter .id %  ami with the Clerk of ,tho en...ii ('our! of Dade County, Florida. WASHINGTON'OPTICIANS, IM" m Fla. Corp,) Sole. Owner i" i::-2(i-27. H/:i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU6 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage) In bualners under the fictitious name..f Club Plan Bales . Wan i si men and Wi ehi -• Ri celpts, VCE-R.P VAN LINES. INC.. orpi ration, by Irtue of Its pe Hen, has In 11 ssessloi '. i e I .,><(! property As %  prop) tj r Mn ; '•'. W alti : Allen. 3607 Marg: Vvei I %  I '• c>uth W. Fitch, c o Mass Mi I .'20 All R ..... trie legal hour* %  • %  J. %  %  %  and 2:00 in 6 N.W. 24tl %  ..%  • la, thi lo iiovi • %  thi trt> r Mi •• • ih. \ :.-.. % %  • • N. 1 ton Roi • this 11th %  %  • •' 0 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA :N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCE.RY. No. 61C 10210 KATHLEEN MILLL1. ANDERSON, Plaintiff, \ B, OM '.1. LEE ANDERSON, i fendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: OMAR LEE ANDEKSt N P.O. Box No. 326 Parker Building Murphy. North Carolina You are hereby notified that a Bill i>mi')a)nt for Divorce has been filed aaainst you in th. aii vi entitled • and you are required :> servi a copy >'f vour Answi r to the Bill of %  taint on the PlalnflfTs Attorney. %  • Kelly, 1625 E. 4th Avi I i Hlaleuh. Florida and file th original in thi e of .the i •--' < f th. Clrbefore the i therwlse a Decrei will be enti %  : %  N erk of thi • tseal) %  HELEN I R. 9/i9,IP/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring lo engagi In business umi. r tht fictitious nami of STATE LIQl'ORS #5, INC., ai 8457 Coral Way. Miami Intends to register Raid nami with th Clerk of thi Circuit Court 8AM c, IRP I v M. 1 Cppperman HARRY Zl'KERNICK, Attorney : Mlan.il,. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW V .-. %  1EBY GIVEN 1 %  %  flctltli • l. i ol VNI1 CANDIES, LORDS : is \NDIES, TR< P1C OEM al % %  %  .. %  Street Mian r es with th, ,.: i 'ourl of I % %  %  • i .'.] HES, INC, KOVNER .'. '•': VNNHEISI Attornej ee Ci ndii .-. Inc. -20-27, 11 •"• IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FCR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 54121. B IN RE: Bstati ol AAR< N FA I I'M i .,, sed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cn Ml Pi rsoni Ha^ I i 'lalmt or 11 n andi Igs nal Sa 0 Estat. v.,.1 are hereby notified and required to present any tl..im.s and demands which vou may ha\e against th> estfeti of AARON FADEM deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Countv Judges if Dade County, and file thl sime In tin ll Offices In the Couni\ Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within tight calendar months from th. date of the first publication hereof, oi thi same win bi barred HARRY FADEM Admlnlatrati r EDWARD H LEVIN Attorm } fi : Admlnlstrab i Congresi 1' uing Miami ... Fla FR I1206 .'. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. NclC -0863 : i • 1 SAVINGS ] ., IS 'ICE OF SUIT .. %  %  Street YO by DOLLAR i I %  .. • %  • for • %  • irr.bi • %  .wit I. • -. : >ND TH N Ti • SIERR MIRADA a coi • thereof, reel rdi d In" Plat Book 84, al of thi ly, I Ii Ti gether with: 1 Gas Wall Heaters: Range Suburi A Surfaci Cnil •, • \ toni H & ami Fan Nutoni : Venetian Blinds: and you are required to fill your answer With the Clerk of the Circuit Court if Dade County, rioiida, at the Courthous. In Miami, Florida, on or before November 14,1961, and to serve ., copy of such answei upon DAVIO P. CATSMAN. Plaintiffs attorney, wh< ae 14th Floor ai 101 Bast Flagli i Street, Mian 13: ida, on or before said tlatt a.r. quired by th. Laws tf Fli VOU fail to dc Bi I ^> %  ii. taki n as i and a 1 >. •: %  ., pri Coi f ssi will bi • %  • •> a .,r.u, ,l tl ay of oci %  ade County. Floi Ida By: K. M. LYMA> %  %  !• .'." %  • 14th ; io/ia NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage, in business under the fictitious name of MY H MI: LADY at 17700 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Dade County, fla.. Intends to register said name with tht Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 0/20-... 11,3-11 | |lcl(|t ,,,,,,, Florida. JACK SILVER ioo r ; i iwner STREET A.GREENFIELD Atti %  i foi Petitioner 420 L ncoli Road %  • .'<•. l0/6-la>20 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Ih HEREBY GIVEN that tht undersigned, desiring to engagi*. In, i the fictitious name of ALEXANDRIA APARTMENTS al .inn intend to I egiati • i the co rk of the Clrt-f Dade l "ountv, Florida :i: I I HHENEDETTO NAN V DIBENEDETTO .1 A N • • %  .. -IT Applli ants 20 s.E • •• nue '• J9 10 ft-lih-20 NOT '.£ OF APPLICATION ^C=. TAX DEED File 52229 Ni tlci f % %  %  by glvi n thai Na Slegel hobl.-r as assignee M ami Tag Sale c, rttfloate Sui I .IN d the 1st da) of 159, has filed said Certificate I Office, and has made for tax del d to Issue *!!,;•< n i*. accordance with law Said i tificati • mbrai es the following ribed property, situated in Dade %  '< unt) Floi Ida, to-a III Lot! B-8 A 12, Block ^4 WiiiliMl's Blon Flat Hook 1 Fage 169 in the City of Miami. County of li.nli Statl in b'lorida. The assessment of said |u-o|irty under the Certificate Issued was in the name of Unknown. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue thereon -on tht 25th day of October, A.D. 1961. Dated ihis, liith day of September, \ i 1961. l B LEATHERMAN, %  lerk of Circuit Court, I adi County, Florida (seal) By: R. M. LEEPER I % %  puty Clerk '• J2-29. lO/tl-lVJ-O IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 9467 N : I S REBELLO and BUS iRET REBE1 I I I'll tlffi DAVID SHAIIR wlfi and oi II i Ither • i • %  • e.id, all unknown hi ir.-. %  I • s .. --.: %  %  • B„ creditor! II ,.-'•• %  • i n 11 I b j : • %  .• %  r against them N ; \. %  v. M PAR XI' any right. 1 %  • ved in th • • it AMENDED NOTICE TO DEFEND HE A ll iVE NAME! i .\TS and I i • :..',. • tale, title, ti CM oi lien upon i hi n al •.. herein desci any 1 thereoi '.-.B8 CNKNOWN each of you, ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that ANTIloNY REBELLi and SUSAN MARGARET AEBELLO, his "if., havi brought, a to quiet title to the i ribed I • -.1 property i in Dade < nt), Florida, to r .wit: lx.t 61, in Hleck 6, of MIAMI St: i URBAN ACRES, according to the • I • i :. i :. ri. oi d, d in Flat B,..k 4. a! PageT*. of the Public Records Of I %  nty, Florida. Yi •:• hereby required te s.-rvt a copj ai foan Answer or BHher defenslve pleudinjl to said Cotnidainb ion attorney, ROBERT H TRAUR1G, suite 11S5 Alfred I. duPont nl, Florida, and file .the I he < Ifflce of the Clerk of ".ill. on or before -the 30th U lober. 1S61; oil., rwl.se r.s t^iTitalnpff therein will i • taki onfeased by > ou, and a I ret n:t .--o will 1, ntetid v*. \tij foi the relief prayed for-in aid \ I*mwV al Miami. Dade County. -i da) i f i TI, bi r. 1961. E f XEA [HERMAN n>. M 1 A M AN • ny cieyft LURIQ :,•••. :r.-v ..i asntmg — • %  • nl Bid*. Floi Ida io/c-it-n



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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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"Jewish Floridian
iVolume 34 Number 42
Combining THE JiVilSH UNITY and THE JEWISH WtlKlY
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 20, 1961
Two Sections Price 20 U.S. Gov't. Urged to Back Israel
Disarmament Offer for Mid East
NEW YORK (JTA) The
United States Government was
urged here lo take the initiative
in pressing the Arab rulers tor the
aeeeptanee of the proposal made
last week at the United Nations
General Assembly tor Arab-Israel
negotiations lo ereate a "pilot dis-
armament pae;" in the Middle East.
The proposal was made by Mrs.
Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Min-
ister.
The eall upon the U.S. Govern-
ment was voiced by Sen. Kenneth
D. Keating, New York Republican,
in a public address. At the same
time. Sen. Keating also challenged
the Arab states to agree to the pro-
I posal. "'The Arab countries," he
said, "have constantly called on
the United States and the Soviet
Union to undertake such a pact.
The nme has come tor us to call
on them (o act responsibly in their
own part of the world, instead of
merely orating about others."
Sen. Keating, who >pokc at a
conference of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America, warned that.
he United States could not afford
o "wait and let the dust settle"
in the Middle East. He pointed
out that only the Soviets are bene-
fiting from the continued stale-
mate. A pilot Middle East arms
control pact, he emphasized, would
have wide support throughout the
world. "There are already UN
teams in the area inspecting and
guaranteeing the frontiers. To ex-
end their Jurisdiction over a wider
area for weapons control would be
Continued on Page 10-A
We Give Israel $350,000
For Atomic Energy Reactor
Bomb Injures
Former Nazi
Chief's Aide
JERUSALEM (JTA) An
, .I using the name George
I ii. who was wounded by the
I ol a parcel post bomb in a
I ascus post office, was identi-
this week as Alois Brunner.
011 nl Adolf Kichmann's top Ges-
tapo aides in the slaughter of Eu-
ropean Jewry during the war.
Brunner, whose name came up
during the trial of Eichmann last
Bummer,, was known in Eich-
mann s headquarters as "Brunner
Number One." to distinguish him
, his brother, Anton, another
Eichmann aide. Anton was tried
I... his war crimes by a court in
Vienna and hanged.
During the Vienna trial, the
prosecution stressed that both
brothers were equally guilty, and
Alois Brunner was accused of
ending 48,000 Vienna Jews to
oeath camps. He was also
; I .. r q t d with having super-
vised the liquidation of Jewish
communities in Greece, France,
Slovakia, Austria and Germany
and the transport of those Jews
te death camps.
Dieter Wislleeny, another Eich-I WASHINGTON i.ITA:Dr. Glenn T. Scaborg. chairman of the j
n c <. testified at the Nurem! (TniJetj states Atomic Energy Commission, presented this week $350,000
berg trails that Alois Brunner was!,owanj ,np cos, of a aggeareil reactor recently certified as completed
| at the Israel Atomic Energy Commission's Nahal S'orek Research
"'.Center. Presentation of the U.S
Soeernmenl check was made by
;">r. Seaborg to Israel Ambassador
Vvraham Barman during a cere
nony in the Commission's office
iere.
Commitment of the granl for the
ivilian-usc project, a one-thermal
negawatt, heterogeneous pool-type
reactor, was made May 2. 158
The Israeli research reactor was
built by an American company
ind achieved criticality on June
16, intio. Uranimum-239 fuel for
he reactor was furnished by the
Herman Uornsby, the JWV in-; anitvd Slates, under the provisions
lormant. told a city-wide press con- >f n agreement for cooperation
terence thai he had found a large | which stipulates safeguards against
active Nazi lront under the name
of "Fighting American Nationa-
lists." He said the group distri-
buted most of its literature to stu-
dents in Chicago high schools.
1948 REPATRIATE CLAUSE STRESSED
UN Body Issues Long Awaited
Report on Arab Refugee Study
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)The Palestine Conciliation ion. ;is-
ion this week submitted a report to the United Nations Genera As-
sembly on the Arab refugee problem, indicating that it studied not
only the question ol repatriation cf the refugees to Israel, but also
their "resettlement and economic and BOC'SJ rehabilitation." in accord-
ance with a resolution aduptcd by the Assembly in lf>48. Resettle-
ment and integration of the Arab refugees in the Arab lands i> the
central point studiously avoided by ail the Arab delegations.
The PCC had been instructed by--------- ----- ------
the As-emb'y last April to report:
not later than Oct. 15 what pro-!
gress, if any, had been made
toward implementation of one
clause in a long Assembly resolu-;
Men adopted in 11148. The clause
pointed to by the Arab delegations;
dealt only with repatriation of the!
refugees or their compensation.
In its report here, the Com- j
mission cited not only that sec- j
ticn of the relevant 1948 clause,
but also the section immediately |
following, in which the Palestine
Conciliation Commission was or-
dered "to facilitate the repatri-
ation, resettlement and econom-
ic and social rehabilitation of the
refugees and the payment of com-
pensation."
In the report, the Commission
informed the Assembly formally'
that it had sent to the Middle
East Pr John E. Johnson, pre-i-
Continued on Page 6-A
Continued on Page 12-A
W0 MORI THAN FIVE OR SIX'
Jewish War Veterans Charged
With Exaggerating Hate Claims
I I11CAGO (JTA)An assertion by an agent for the Jewish War
Veterans that there were 75 to 100 "hard core" Nazis living in Chicago
was strongly contradicted this week by the Anti-Defamation League
midwest office and the Chicago Police Security section.
Tobacco Firm
Quits Boycott
Police Sergeant Burton Love-
ly, of the Security Section, cal-
ling Mornsby's report "greatly
exaggerated," said that "no more
than five or six Naiis are known
in this area." William Pinsley,
ADL Midwest director of fact-
NEW YOKE (JTA) The1
Brown and Williamson Tobacco
Company, which has lor live years
id lo sell certain brands of
cigarettes to I-rael, under Arab
pressure, Monday notified the Con-
ference Of, Presidents of Major .finding, estimated that six to ten
American J e w i s h Organizations i
that it is "fully resuming Us trade
ulations with Israel." A telegram
sent by the tobacco company to
Rabbi Irving Miller, president of
the Conference, read:
Continued on Page 9-A
use ol th? material for other than
peaceful purposes.
In presenting the United States
government check. Dr. Seaborn
said: "Israel, although a new na-
tion, and one of fhe smallest in
the world in population and
area, has built up its scientific
research and development to the
point where it new compares
favorably with lhat of advanced
nations which have much great-
er resources and much longer
Continued on Page 2-A
Ben-Gurioit Denounces
Free Choice to Go Back
JERUSALEM(JTA)Prime Minister David Bcn-Gurion fired a
broadside this week at 'the insidious proposal" to give Arab refugees
freedom ol choice to return to Israel.
The background ol his rejection of that proposal, made in Israel's
'arl ament. was the forthcoming --------
Israel Isolation
Ended Golda
kbatc in the United Nations Gen-
re! Assembly on the report ol the
United Nations Relief ard Works
Agency. !h;it report specifically
proposed suet) a free choice
Speakirer in reply to a H*rut
motion tor debate on the pov-
ernmert policy toward the refu-
gees, the Prime Minister said
this was ". policy calculated to
destroy Israel.
NEW YORK (JTA) "Israel
r; no longer isolated and lonely."
Mrs. Golda Meir. Foreign Minis-
ter of Israel, told a gathering of
1.500 persons at the Conference <>i
Parband Labor Zionist Order,
aid '.h;:1 all the Arabs who "True, ours is the only nation
in Israel when the Jewish i that i* not part of a "family' based
i.Uv
l!\( ll
State
Israel
((lined by some 30.000 Arabs whOS4
Continued on Page 8-A
Cabinet Talks Entering New Phase
"In view of our extended conver->
nations over a period of several! JERUSALEM-(JTA)-Mapai leader Ijcvi Eshkol. continuing his
years regarding Brown and Wil-! efforts to assemble a new coalition under his mandate lrom President
liamson's trade relations with Is", Ben-Zvi, returned this week to the approach of negotiating with one
raeli cigarette importers, we are
cigarette importers, we
happy to inform you that the matter
is being satisfactorily resolved.
Our request for issuance of ciga-
rette import licenses for Lucky
party at a time.
The Finance Minister held a
three-hour parley with the Liberal
Party after several weeks of talks
with the Club of Four yielded "no!
Strike. Pall Mall. Viceroy and other rejulta Tne club of Four was an
Brown and Williamson brands. ls' inf0rmal alliance of the Liberals,
being granted by the Israeli Gov-: Naljona, Religious Party, Ma
eminent; and trade relations will At.h(,ut Avoda organlzed.
was established -till live In I on race, language or religion, nor
and that they have been are we a part ol any mutual defense
alliances. Bui we have numerous
Irier.ds among the member nations
nl ihe United Nations and we are
no more alone than are any of the
ei hers, she emphasized.
"We cannot go into the UN with
the feeling that we have any sub-
stantial number of votes in our
pocket," she declared, "but which
nation, even among the giants, is
in that position today? We have
our troubles, to be sure. In this
vu are not exceptional. But we
The four-party group issued
a statement conceding failure at
efforts to create a broad five-
party coalition with Mapai and
placed the blame for the failure
on Mapai.
The Liberal Party negotiators
for Joining Mapai in a new govern-
ment. Those dealt with distribu-
tion ol portfolios in the next Cab-
inet and with Liberal Party de-
mands lor nationalization of the. cherish our friendly relations and
health services and abolition of; mutual respect with scores of na-
foreign exchange restrictions. Li- j lions "
beral Party sources told the Jew ht ascribed this largely to Is-
ish Telegraphic Agency that the1 rae,.$ attitude that there is no
initial meeting with Eshkol had not | sych lhing as "higher nations and
indicated any Mapai readiness to
Continued on Page 3-A
I for the coalition bargaining.
I presented to Eshkol their conditions meet those conditions.
Cor'ir ued on Page 16-A


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Friday. October 20.
U.S. Gives Israel
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issing membership kickoif and "Mad Hatters" affair held
IC.-:. 18, 3 p.m., at the Dupont Plaza hotel are thse officers
c the Miami Women's Unit of United Cerebral Palsy. Left
t; :.^ht (seated! are Mrs. Bess Schonberq. membership, and
IMrs. Lydia de Hirsh, fund-raising. Standing are Mrs. Ann
Liierman, program and Mrs. Shirley Meiberaer, carresponi-
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U.S. Tobacco Firm Puts
End to Israel Boycott
Continued rrom Pa^e 1-A
a tully resumed. I would appreci-
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ents accordingly."
In notifying ths presidents of
th 18 organizations participat-
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: intents of the telegram. Rabbi
Miller said that the Brown and
Williamson boycott of Israel first
S*9*n in 1956, when it sent let-
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Volume 34 Number 42
10 Heshvan 5722
Spending for Mere
Worthy Human Need
Golda Meir hes offered z disarmament
proposal for the Middle East Scaled down to
:- : B, the countries o: th suffer the bur-
dens of military sp th the seme dis-
oe'rous effect upon theii economies as the
;or powers. In the case of underdeveloped
.ons, it is even worse.
Funds expended for arms In any Arab
1- : d literally rpeans bread taken away from a
hungry, illiterate populace which ciso bears
. -f wretched woes or a variety of physical ills.
Israel's society, far newer and smaller in
z.zb and human need than her Arab counter-
parts, is also far and away more developed
technicallyi economically, agriculturally, and
:.-: ustrially. In this sense, military expendi-
_.es in Israel do not necessarily demand the
c.erwhelming personal sacrifice that the Arab
peasant must pay tor them the kind of sacri-
:::e, incidentally, he most likely fails to under-
:-: nd.
Nevertheless, Israel stiil prefers to spend
these sums in a creative way. Funds released
frcm her already swollen military budget could
best be applied to the fulfillment of Israel's
: nifold national development projects.
This kind of budgetary distribution will,
however, be a dream so long as the Jewish
Sate must remain on guard agcinst the ag-
:r.ess;ve designs ot her hostile Arab neiqhbors.
'..-. suggesting a disarmament proposal for the
.V.ddle East, Mrs. Meir is simply trying to tell
the Arabs that military spending is both foolish
':. d wasteful for their governments and her
C n. She is telling them that all concerned
could profit from a mutual agreement to cut
i.rns spending for the bench! of more worthy
h'jman needs.
The reaction c' the Arab leadership was
..'.'mediate: ridicu'e. This, coupled with their
a o^t effort today to make maximum political
hey of the unresolved refugee dilemma, bodes
..'. for Israel in the days ahead.

No Solution Really Wanted
The longcwaited Pales:ine Conciliation
Crmrrussion report on the Arab refugees has
ccme lo with exact./ nothing. The Commis-
sion was instructed by th? UN General Assem-
bly last April t^ r iturn a workable recommen-
: : tion not later than Oct. 15.
The PCC report makes no mention of re-
settlement in other Arab land3, but repeats the
ancient untenable Arab demands for reset-
i.ement in Israel.
It is significant to note that the Palestine
Conciliation Commission incorporates in its
structure an advisory unit whose membership
-".eludes representatives of the Arab nations.
Not a single Israeli sits on this board.
PCC pressure for "settlement" of the refu-
gee question based on impossible solutions
proves beyond doubt that the Arab leaders
ore than anything want the question to re-
main unresolved.
Give Your' Fair Share'
United Fund time is upon us. Dade county
is in the midst of a campaign to achieve
2,798,822 for the operation of 39 worthy wel-
tare organizations in our community.
The term, "fair share," is entirely self-
explanatory. It suggests that every Greater
Vian-.ian has a part in the overall responsi-
-;!ity of concern for human need. Each of us,
to the best of our financial ability, must meet
this responsibility.
Just about every resident here benefits
from the programs of these 39 organizations in
cne way or another throughout the year. Some-
times the benefits are immediate as in the
case of a Dade countian who seeks the advice,


RiiAimiR US WITH A MONUMENT
(The Poem of Yevtvshenko)
assistance, or understanding of a United Fund
agency in one of a number of welfare needs.
At other times, the benefits are less appar-
ent, but they exist nevertheless in the form of
a community spiritually strengthened in the
knowledge that neighbor has not forgotten
neighbor that the less fortunate may rely en
the more fortunate in time of need.
This is the total meaning of "fair share."
Have you accepted your fair share of the re-
sponsibility? Are you a mature, understanding
Greater Miamian? Give to United Fund.
JWV Method Scrutinized
The Jewish War Veterans ot the United
States have "taken over" George Lincoln Rock-
well as their own province ever since the
American Nazi leader's emeiger.ee on the
national scene.
Almost single-handedly, they have as-
sumed a primary role in acting as outraged
spokesmen for the Jewish community and,
indeed, for the general public.
Theirs was the energy and the challenge
that chased Rockwell from his meeting p'.ace
in Washington, D.C. Theirs, as iate as last
week, was the voice that 3poke out cgainst the
presumably increasing Nazi activity in Chi-
cago.
Critics of the Jewish War Veterans contend
that Rockwell and his henchmen are a frac-
tional, insignificant bunch of hooligans who
would not even rate mention in the press if
JWV ignored them. It is their belief that the
veterans' continuing campaign against these
racists and hatemongers, more than anything
else, gives the Rockwell organization the pub-
licity and notoriety it could otherwise never
achieve.
As a case in point, they charge that JWV
has overstated the situation in Chicago that
JWV leaders are guilty of exaggerating the
numbers and importance of Rockwell's fol-
lowers and activity there.
The critics may have a point, and it may
be well for the more voluble JWV spokesmen
today to examine their motives with respect to
Rockwell. But it js difficult to agree that nothing
should be said at all just as it is impossible
to hope that Rockwell will disappear from the
American scene if ignored long enough.
This is the position taken by U.S. Attorney
General Robert Kennedy. Only time will tell
who erred: Kennedy, in refusing to place the
Rockwellites on the subversive list to give
them notoriety; or the JWV in its unrelenting
if occasionally exaggerated harrassment of the
Nazis.
We suspect that, by continually keeping
the public aware of Rockwell's activities, the
veterans are in the long run doing the country
a worthwhile service.

the week
as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
i
|Y|ONGI SUM'S failure to
during the week i^Ff^^SS
back for Arab diplomat,. at
the United Nations. This ii
precisely why Slim did faii
even to the mest cold-blooded
observer, it was apparent he
would not be able to periorm
his duties with any acceptable
degree of objectivity. Accord-
ed for only the briefest period
of time the* powers as president of the General Assembly. Mongi Slim
promptly proceeded to engage in Middle East bloc politics: at a l'\
reception hosted by John Fitzgerald Kennedy, of the United States
delegation, he snubbed Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir.
Most of the new member nations of the world peace organization
have the astigmatic capacity to show little understanding cf economic
history beyond "fin de siecle" colonialism: although, consistently
their answer lo it lies in twentieth century applied Communist d
Nevertheless, even for these UN elements, who often regard Israel as
a child of -Western imperialism." the snub proved too much
as possible successor to Dag Hammarskjoid ;> nov. j ih(,.._, ,,.
I" Thant. of Burma, jeems the he;r apparent. So far as Is
concerned. a better choice could hardly have been mad.
Minister Bn-Gurion and Burmese Premier U Nu are elos
am eaiii) I rgel thai it was Burma whose influenci
Egypt's President N'asser trom reading powerful anti-Israel
ttons into tlae n the non-aligned nations conference
Nevertheless, while h s snub of Mrs. Meir maj have had -
with Moi being scratched from ... race for
the ha pp; ch lice ol l Thant must be regarded as no n
c incidental tu Israel's highest interests.
THE STIMGl StLENCi Of THE COMMENTATORS
II THANT SEEMS to be the best of all possible worlds so far
** United States and the Soviet Union are concerned a: this
He has proved acceptable to each, and thus virtually emerge-
man destined to fill the Dag Hammarskjold vacancy alth
decision i hardly a firm one. Sadly, what has not yet bee-. | i .
Old the American people is the price our nation must pay [or Mos
cow's acquiescence.
Nikita Khrushchev gave up the Troika principle in name only,
but he is the victor in retaining its substance. For at the ell
the new secretary general will sit a -cabinet" endowed with virtual
nullifying powers powers, among other things, substantially per-
mitting a unilateral Soviet ejection of U Thant trom hi-: post ei|
months hence in the event he fails to win Russian approval by then
American news observers did a comprehensive job in ana1}
the terrify-ing significance cf Dag Hammarskjold's unexpect-.-d di .;
to the survival of the United Nations as an effective instrument for
world peace. Mincing no words, they called the shots as the? saw
them, darts indeed though the outlook seemed. But these observers
have since been strangelv silent in reporting on the U.S. de
battle with* the Soviet Union to maintain the integrity of the UN
retariat and. as a matter ot fact of the UN. itself.
fn announcing the virtual choice of U Thant. U.S. Ambass
Adlai Stevenson this week admitted that the West made "an enormous
concession." Submitting to a cabinet" is the concession to
Stevenson referred. But there has been little talk cf what precede I
and almost: none to comment on it since.
:-
-:-
A WOMAN'S StmUUMtM POLEMIC
THIS IS A sad defeat for us and. undoubtedly, a happy victoi
the Soviet Union, whose dismemberment cf the United N
has already begun a dismemberment predicted the day the rui
Mr. Hammarskjold and his plane were found near Ndola. Mosi
is the kind of forward-looking optimism one might almost envy -
the twisted intent of Communist dialectic did not betray itsi
readily.
A ease in point is a letter received here Oct. 9 by Miami Be
women's leader. Mrs. Louis Glasser. The letter :s from Olga
arenkc. manager of the International .Relations Department 0
Soviet Women's Committee, and was posted from the commit
offices at 23 Pushkin st Moscow. Mrs. Gla.-ser was a nuini
the South Florida women's delegation that visited the Soviet I
sometime age and that met. among other Russian personalities I
Premier's wife. Nina Khrushchev.
The tetter addresses itself to "American women and mothers
who are sincerely for Peace and Life on Earth (sic)" in a kil
sentimental, but also polemic way, that implies women mtu
evitably come up with the answer to the East We-; impasse. In ;i
woman to--woman statement of principles appended to the letter, the
olive branch of peace only cursorily hides the mailed list that hoids it.
The present international situation, the statement open-, is one
"owing to the imperialist states (and) pregnant with the
menace off a new world war ." It is a situation which has for i I
"the Soviet government ... to take a number of steps to il
country's defense capacity .'* In addition, "the aggressive forces
of NATO, and in the first place the United States. West Germany,
Britain and France, have augmented the arms drive and the direct
threats ag ainst the Soviet Union ."
CONTRAST BETWEEN PRINCIPLES AND DEEDS
ftETURMING MOMENTARILY to the "eternal feminine" theme,
* Which is designed to soften its propagandistic impact, the
ment wnejps over the "Soviet women (who) will never forget
the suffering and grief of World War II. and who "realize the
for decisive measures to prevent a new and still more terrible mil-
itary catastrophe."
The f.ar for German resurgence is everywhere apparent, and in
this regard I hardly blame the Russians, who charge: "In West Ger
many.. militarism is rampant; the former generals of Hitler I
command of the Bundeswehr and are pressing for a revision of iron-
tiers." But, in another spirit, we are told: "It was our country that
unilaterally carried out repeated cuts in the armed forces and stopped
tests of ntaclcar weapons."
One meed go no further. Correspondent Bondarenkp dates her
letter Sept. 29 some dozen or more A-blasts after the Soviet re-
sumption of atomic firings in the atmosphere. It is this singular
Continued on Pago 12 A



Friday. October 20, 1961
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More Than 5.000 Expected Will Attend
Cedars of Lebanon Dedication Opener
More lhan 5.000 nrcons = ro \.
pected at the dedication and open-
ing ceremomes oi iiiva*er alt**. a
newest hospital facility, the $4,-
.110.006 Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
.,], on Sunday, Oct. 29.
1 he many private citizens who
n ;i:ie the medical facility a reality
through their financial pledges,
civic leaders, and stale and county
officials will join in the dedication
Mayor Robert King High
signs proclamation designa-
ting Sunday, Oct. 29, as Ce-
dars of Lebanon Hospital
Day. Shown with Mayor
High is hospital president,
Samuel T. Sapiro, who will
turn over the non-profit med-
ical institution to residents of
Dade county cl the 11 a.m.
ceremonies.
ies at the hospital site.
hospital is located at 1300 N\V
4iii st i-. the fa-t-rrowing Metro-
. titan Medic;.! Center.
SI rtly after the dedication at
the hospital will officially
ts loors.
Mayor Robert King High, of
Miami, an-j Coun'y Manager Irv-
ing McNayr witl be en hand to
sccpri the modern medical unit
". behalf of the community.
[hts of the dedication will
1 lude a motorcade through dawn-
Miami, culminating at the
hospital site. During the ribbon-
1 lUng ceremonies, seven Miami
I leaders will receive Volunteer
\ ;ilor awards for having been
p r-onally responsible for raising
100000 toward the development
ol the hospital. Following the cere-
1 "roes, there will be a tour of the
hospital and refreshments served.
Adult Classes
At Temple Judea
On Wednesday from 8 to 9 p.m.,
the second in a series of adult edu-
ction classes will be held at Tem-
ple .ludea.
"The Saga of Our Faith" will be
taught by Rabbi Mordecai Podet,
nnd "The Jew in the Modern
World" will be taught by Dr.
aid D. Michelson.
The program is open to the public
nnd will be presented the second
nd fourth Tuesday evening dur-
November and December.
Music at the dedication will be
provided by Harry Koven and his
jorchestra. Jack Goldstein, owner
of the Town restaurant, has de-
signed and created a special dona
lion in honor of the opening. He
\ will unveil a 180-lb., five-foot cake
-to be served at the opening.
The non-profit hospital, built on
; a six and a half acre site, will open
jits first three floors following the
dedication, including its ultra
modern maternity wing.
The top thres floors, including
the Abe Aronovitr Memorial Pa-
vilion for the study and treat-
ment of heart diseases, will open
later. Th pavilion is named in
honor of Miami's late mayor,
who, prior to his death, played a
major rde in the development
of Cedars of Lebanon.
Cedars will have 282 beds and
30 bassinets. Samuel T. Sapiro
president ot the hospital, said thnt
a significant fac: about the med-
ical fac:l ty is its Jack of ft Us
"At Cedars, the big outlay wen
into purchasing the linest and most
efficient equipment to save lives.'
In addition to Sapiro, talcing part
in the motorcade and ccremoires
will be Stanley C. Myers, chair
man of the hospital board; E. Al-
bert Pallot, who heads the devel-
opment fund; Sanford K. Bronstein.
hospital administrator; and Dr.
Morton Halpcrn, chief of staff.
Others at the dedication will in
elude hospital vice presidents.
Sen. Monroney to Make Special Miami
Trip to Attend Dinner Tribute to Spectors
MR. AND MRS. SPUTOR
Samuel Luby. David Stuzin and
Ben Novack; secretary, Harold
Thurman; and treasurer. R. Wil-
liams Apte.
Members of the dedication com
mitteo also include Sidney M.
Aronovitz, Dr. Morris H. Blau. El-
liott Blumeiihal. Dr. Chester Cas-
sel, Judge Irving Cypen. Louis E.
Soldman, Maurice G. Furman.
Herbert Gelerhter, Sidney I.anger.
j Sidney Lefcourt. Joseph Garficld.
I Dr. Max Pepper. Dr. Mauric
1 Rich, Dr. Reuben Rochkind, Mor
jr's Lomaskin, Col. Nathan B.
Rood. Robert Russell, Samuel J
' Spector, Saul Silberman. Joseph
jWeintraub. and Stanley 11. Wolff.
Sen. A. S. Mike .Monroney. of
Oklahoma, one of the iew mem-
bers of the Senate to hold a B'nai
Brith Americanism Award, will
be guest speaker at a Cedars of
Lebanon benefit dinner Tuesday,
Oct. 31. at the Barcelona hotel.
The dinner will honor the Samuel
J. Spectors. of Miami, for 40 years
of 'unswerving devotion and ser-
vice to their community." Spector.
a trustee of Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital, has been known for many
philanthropic and civic efforts. He
has been closely ulentilied with
Beth David Congregation in it.- 15
years of growth.
Sidney Lefcourt, chairman of
the dinner, said hundreds of peo-
ple will attend the dinner honor-
ing the Spectors. Sen. Monroney
is making a special trip here to
participate in the dinner cere-
monies.
The Spectors will receive the
hospital's Volunteer of Valor Award
for their great efforts in behali of
' the new medical facility. The hos-
i pital opens Oct. 29.
Sen Monroney, a Democrat, is a
native of Oklahoma. Alter fix
years ol work as a newspaper re-
por.er and political writer, he
: spent ten years operating a small
business before being elected to
1 the House of Representative:- :n
1938. He served five terms in the
; House, and was elected to the Uni-
ted States Senate in 1950. and re-
flected in 1956.
I Since entering active political
SEN. MONRONEY
life, the Senator has won several
major awards, including two
orary degrees, the Ccllier's Award
for Distinguished Congressional
Service in lt43. the University of
Oklahoma Citation for Di
gi:i.-hcd Service in 1948, and the
B'nai B"rith Americanism A
in 1953.
His legislation in the field ol avt
ation has included authorship of
emergency laws to save small up-
plemental air carriers in I960
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Each Is In His Hart A Mm
Coral Way Slates
Andersen Story
Coral, Way Jewish Center will
present tin Penguin Players, pro
ional actors directed by In
. in Mans Christian Andersen's
"The Emperor's New Clothes."
Curtain time is 2 p.m.. Sunday,
at 8755 SW 16th st. Adults are
admitted only if accompanied by
a child. Refreshments will be
available.
Mrs. William Jacobs is reserva-
tions chairman.
In a day before philanthropy bad become
popular in this country. Juiiah Tuaro of
New Orleans and Boston was a remark-
ably open-hearted man.
in a sense, his life was a tragic one. For,
denied the hand of his beloved cousin Cath-
erine, by her fattier, he had moved from
Boston to New Orleans as a young man
where he devoted the rest of his life to hard
work and helpingothers. He never married.
And the scope of Judah Tuaro'a giving
matched his generosity. Catholics. Protes-
tants, Jews ... Churches and Synagogues
. Sailors* homes and Libraries all
these and many more benefited from his
opt n-lianded giving.
But perhaps Judah Tuaro's most famous
gift is also his finest memorial. It stands
on a famous American Battleground
Bunker Hill.
Though a memorial had been started
at Bunker Hill fifty years after the sign-
ing of the Declarationin 1826, funds
had run short and even the impassioned
oratory of Daniel Webster had failed
to raise more. At last, in 18:59, Amos
Laurence a Boston blue-blood had
pledged $10,000 on condition that a like
amount should be raised. Soon the com-
mittee received their additional $10,000
from New Orleans, of all places! And the
donor asked that he remain anonymous.
But Judah Tuaro's identity did not re-
main hidden long. And on the day of the
dedication of the completed Hunker Hill
Memorial, Oliver Wendell Holmes con-
tributed these dedicatory lines:
"Amos and Judahvenerated names,
Patriarch and Prophet press tl'fir equal
chiint.*. Like generous coursers running
*1Uek "i Sect,' Each aids the ivork by
giving it a cheek. Christian and Jar, they
carry out one plan, For though of differ-
ent faiths, each is in his heart a man."
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rtrxlviion. Dr. Johnson irv
ftrrwed th* Commission that high
(^ :.!* o* the host countries and
cf -.- had expressed the view
tr.t it might be possible to teke
c-ifj'*' s'eos with r9'd to
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ce* ca- i::c."i n lirael,
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'-o:en by the Israel Goernmertt,
!-e ComrniHcr, reported that as
of June :0. m:. there had been
released bf Israe'; a total of
2796.045 pajfKJs sterling of the
accounts cf refugees and absen-
tee owners."

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The Commission also reported
man) rt I igee ac ini h ildere
far (ailed to apprj
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CommisskHi, the Arab states agi
in 1956 to permit refugee* to apply
for the unfrozen funds but so far
agreement "rema'ins unimple-
mented The Commission assert*
ed in its report that it help to
refugee* for obtaining the-e funds
"remains available "
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Cedars z: Lebanon Open House tow fat -A-cmen Fred
er .er president oi the "~::ei C:c~: z: 7:ue j V j
Mrs. Louis London the arganisationa esao cancer rmca.
-::ese" a dbeck fa S2 50C to Sam.e: T. ,r.:c p.n
Cedars, rhe money will go toward en with scanning machine.
JWV Chief Raps Birch Society
Commai ory Norton ol the
-.-. War Veterans of -he United
es, Department I Florida.
'.-..- eek voiced --rong denunci-
of the John Birch Society -as
subversion of the right."
Norton said that the Jewish War
Veterans opposes the program and
ideology oi the Society.
"It is clear that the operations
and tactics of this group, while
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nuwisni, aesnaUj are red to
underm. Ci.
rupt seheoai and co,.i_ r.c :y
employing ehasaeter uatna
of owtstandiBi aatri 1 ennecs,
do the work oi thosi ...j
destroy :.-. American
Commander Norton said
tha: -the scc.f.y by innuendo r.as
been questieninc 1 ~ 1
those with whom it d.-
Top U.S. Magazine Says
Solution to Misery Unwanted
Ey Special Report
is oi Tne At-
1. 1 one oi the
1 lential n
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tc tppii
1 .'1 October .
artu le by Mar-
thi Ihorn or. "The Arab
the growth of a complex.
' !'-diterranean
-'.';. in the early melting-pot
the reclamation of the de-
lert and the urgent need for re-
and drainage, all ;n a
area: the political complexi-
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hostile neighbors; the emer-
gence of a national culture."
Mist Gellhorn's article is an
objective narrative by a novelist,
journalist and former war cor-
respondent who recently returned
from the Middle East. She re-
ports how the Arab refugees and
the Arab Israelis live, and what
they say about themselves, their
past and their future.
Th article start- out by lmmcdi-
b <- Official Arab
-that I-r;,<'l is an artii
ol Western impen.
h indre of thou-,
out of Palestine bj
1 ning broadc
nets anu the murder-
ous siege of cities si the
Arab politicam
apol
Gellhorn points out
Arab r< "alas, are
unique the unique misfortune
of the Palestinian refugees is that
they are a weapon in what appears
to be a permanent war. Alarming
Sighs, from Egypt, warn us that
the Palestinian refugees may de-
velop into more than a justification
for cold war against Israel."
She lays Their function is to
hang around and be constantly use-
ful as a goad The ultimate aim
is not such humane small potatoes
as repatriating refugees"
Of the Israeli minorities. Miss
Gellhorn points out "The Druses,
a separate and secret sect, are a
phenonenon. they are content. They
trust and approve of the Jew s; they
are loyal citizens of Israel. The
remaining Arabs are something
<1-' again."
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foe of the Most Valuable Discoveries of Our Time
more papyri, all lying together in
a small leather pouch beside the
waterskin. Kach of them we cai
fully tucked into its bed of cotton
By PROF. Y-.GASL VAOIN
Hfo the i <: l:)30. after
' 0, ,. who spring's
-'editions to the Judeaa Desert
< had nad a chaocc to study
,.,!-. it became clMS that we
to no out. again in
r'ch oi the addiOMal matenal
- ow sure was ::ere that
Ly thi i further light on the
r Kochba period.
w. Wert equally certain even
,., who did not see this at the
he firs, expeditionthat
'.'..I cant large-sea scientific
U'oration of the Judean Desert
!;._, ,ns ad siv. c tyon walls
many the < ives are
,ted i Id be :' -n with-
ol the Israel Defense
. pr n was no\ only
. ... | the rope
tie us to
. aves, but ma tily of put-
camps tl .' 200-odd
5 of I taeological
the rt of sup-
. the trackless wastes
fom Beersheba. No less important
a, the problem electricity, for
last year's finds were
ade onlj thanks to the fact that
ie cavet were illuminated with
[ectricitj provided by a generator
it was -ought out to the area.
There vas also the problem of
nancing ie expedition, for even
the Defense Forces undertook
organ rational and supply as-
icts, w< still needed funds to pay
he manj volunteers for the wear
tea of their clothing and
: ai photograoaic expenses;
3 hire certain experts who were
j; available on a voluntary ba-
is: to buy equipment, wrapping
.. MMMH
Tins the first in a strict
b\ Gt Yigael Yddm. former
commanS.er-in'chief of the Army
if Israel dnd a world-renowned I
orchat M, More recently, i
1 :n has been identified :;
uncovering of the
pncclci .'!jr (Coc'iba letter* in I
He also played an his- I
torn n .t in the Dead Sea I
Is discoveries. The series is f
from the Hebrew by I
VI isl : '.( hn. and initially ap- I
- I the Jerusalem Post. \
T. .ii U ill visit Miami on I
\ id 6 m behalf of the :
Amenc..-. Friend, of the He-
' II I .. cTSHV.
I -
materials, and special tools, etc.
Happily b; the time we asked the
Defense F crcei to organize the ex-
pedition, we had rais-ad most of the
funds partly from private con-
tribution.- :hroughojt the country,
and part j from fees earned by
member.' :f last year's expedition
from writing and lecturing on the
finds.
By the time the expedition set
Out on liar. 14, tension and antici-
pation har been heightened by the
fact that, two weeks earlier, the
full texts of the Bar Kochba period
document;- which were discovered
at the etc of 1M2 in Wadi Mura-
ba'at in Jordan finally reached
Jerusalem. Several of these docu-
ments. Including a latter from Bar
Kochba. .vtd already been publish-
ed, but now new significant data
came to light.
Israel's Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion looks on with inter-
est as Gen. Yigael Yadin, professor of archaeology at the He-
brew University of Jerusalem, shows him some of the historic
findings of the expedition into the Judean desert, which firmly
established the historic evidence of Bar Kochba and the
struggles of the anti-Roman Jewish rebels of the second cen-
tury.
We finally set out from Jerusa-
lem for Beersheba on a Tuesday
morning. The journey passed very
quickly as the five of us amused
ourselves oy speculating on what
we would bring back this time
Yosef Aviram. organizer and co-
ordinator if the four expeditions,
a .id the lour team leaders: Nan-
man Avlgad, Yohanan Aharoni.
Pessah Bar-Adon and myself.
In Btcrsheba we met for the
first time the volunteers who
would serve on our respective
teams who ha 1 been selected by
Mr. Aviram from the hundreds of
kibbutz and moshav members, city
dwellers, students from many
countries Juws and non-Jews
who had o.'rVred their services. We
immediately broke up into teams
and set out for our various des-
tinations Avigad for Ein Gedi.
Bar-Adon for Nahal Mishmar. Aha-
roni for the southern bank of Na-
hal Hever. and I for the Cave of
Letters, in the northern bank of
Nahal Hever.
To tell me truth. I had not really-
expected to turn up very much in
this cave now. as 1 had previously
gone over it last year when the
Bar Kochba letters were found. We
therefore considered it a good
omen that, just a little while after
we got started the following morn-
ing, two members of the group
that had gone to search the cham-
ber of the cave in which the letters
were found last year turned up, in
the very niche which had contain-
ed the letters, a stamped piece of
clay tied to a string. This was
obviously a seal with which one
of the letters had been bound
like the seal we found last year of
a man wrestling with a lion. (Later
in Jerusalem a photographic en-
largement of this seal showed it
pictured some foliage either a
lulav palm frond or a myrtle bran-
ch, both part of the ritual equip-
ment of the Feast of Tabernacles.)
That afternoon, from that same
part of the third chamber, came
electrifying news. I was in the
first chamber when a member of
the team came hurrying in to re-
port breathlessly that in moving
around he had stepped on a rock
"that moved suspiciously." and
had lifted it to discover a niche
containing "a basket full of all
sorts of things, with all sorts of
other things beside it." As I hur
ried back with him 1 asked him
whether he knew exactly what was
in the basket. He repUed that an-
other member of the team he had
summoned, a student of archaeol-
ogy, thought that the basket 'prob-
ably" contained scrolls. After ex-
amining the niche, I decided not
to move anything until we could
get the expedition's photographer
to carefully photograph the site
and each of the finds as they were
removed. A telephone call back to
base ascertained that he could not
be reached in time to do the
that day. and we put it off mos".
i reluctantly till the following
morning.
When we went back to Locus 61
(as the site will henceforth be
known in the final publication) the
following morning, we took aloo |
wrapping materials boxes, car
itons. strings, cotton, etc. In cham-
' ber three we removed the rest of
the rocks that sealed the niche, SO
that it was now possible U sq
inside it. Then we started remov-
ing the objects.
First came an article which the
day before hud apeared to be a
a number of wooden plates in an
excellent state of preservation,
which had obviously been licked
clean or given a thorough rinsing
before their hapless owr.ensi had I
buried them. Then came a sickle,
in excellent condition, of the sort i
which to this day is used in this
area by Arab peasants. Then came
a pair of woman's sandals: we
were amazed at their remarkable
resemblance to the su-calied "Eilat
Sandals" of our own day. Tnen
we brought up two keys on a
followed by a group of wooden-
handled knives, including one
"freshly" sharpened
Now beneath the bu- : <. train-
ing all those article- 1.;. :. rge
waterskin, much like last year's
skin containing the letters, bul in a
bad state m preserv ati .... B
dealing with this how evi r
elded tn clear out the objects lying
around it an iron | i two
large handles: two little brass
flasks: a mirror. We -eeir. I I
be repeating last year's finds, and
this, of course, quickened our
hopes that, like last year, we would
turn up a treasure of documents.
Even as this thought struck me
my eyes foil <>u a scroll. At last!
Neatly rolled and bound. Carefully
we tucked it away in a bed of cot-
ton in a box. Then 1 caught sight
of a strange object a reeu aoout
30 cm. long. For a moment I
thought we had found an ancient
flute, but on examining it I could
clearly see through one end of the
reed that it contained a tightly
rolled papyrus.
in a box of its own.
And at last, the waterskin or
rather, as we later learned in Je-
rusalem, the remnants of three
waterskins. First 1 started Baking
out bundles of tatters sacks,
shirts, and a whole variety of ma-
terial a woman might need for
mending the family clothing.
Then I reached down and fished
up another bundle mor* rags, I
thought But this one was nicety
bound, and it proved to ojntain the
treasure we were looking for.
There in an opening in the bundle's
wrapping, I could make out dozens
if papyri, tightly rolled and pack-
I apparently the big [est sill [le
i >ard i1 documents yet found in
our cave or in any o: the Jordan-
ian e.r
Meanwhile, back in chamber o:io,
had turned up .'ems which
earliei might have excited us but
v.inch now seemed relatively in-
iignificantarrowheads, food rem-
nants, a:ui even two papyrus frag-
in on -
scroll. It was actually a semi
circular wooden box. now empty,
but which had once apparently con-
tained a lady's jewelry. Then came
1 now turned to the pile of cloth
and the damaged waterskin.
Reaching in, I picked up a cigar-
shaped papyrus, and then five
We were exhilarate* as we made
our way back to camp that eve-
ning. The next day. with a com-
mercial helicopter that brought
down a visiting foreign journalist
and his wife, who were accomp-
anied by my wife, I sent the papyri
back to Jerusalem, to be taken
immediately to Prof, and Mrs.
Biberkraut for unfolding. I stayod.
on, of course, for the expedition
still had more than a week's work
ahead of it. In this week many
other objects were discovered, -ill
' buried carefully under the blocks
of stones.
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Friday, October
C .ruing about Tempie Menorah Israel Bar Mitzvah dinner to
:-i place on Nov. 9 at the Americana hotel are Samuel
: ediand. chcinr.cn of the Israel Bond Oraanizction; Leonard
j Solomon, dinner chairman; and Rabbi Mayer Abrcmcwitz,
i; Lr:tual leader of the Temple. Rabbi Abramowitz and So'.o-
r- on pledged an all-out effort on behalf of themselves end
Maurice Revitz, president of the congregation, for State cf
Is ae! Bonds in connection with the dinner.
American Jewish Committee Meeting
To Eye 'Which Road for US. Jews?'
Ah.ch Road for American
will be the theme of fie
r a annual meet-r.g of the Great
! i t.i chapter cf trie American
tab Committ'*e slated for Nov.
IE .nd 19 at the Diplomat hotel
A weekend of work study and
: hai been planned as trie set-
L". for the annual session, which
be highlighted Saturday night
h 13. by the annual banque* -t
-- h Rep, Dante B. I aseell will
r- he main speaker and will re-'
High School
Students to Talk
ommunism-A Threat to Our
A ilican Way of Life" will be dis-
ci cd by local high school stU-
d 's at a meeting of the North fraternities and sororities can
chapter of Bnai BTith Worn-; serve a useful role for teen-agers ] .XJ25. "SLSFOHJE t.***
I n on Tuesday. 8:30 p.m., at Yehu-
c.i M'...he Congregation.
Appearing on the program will
%e Kelt* Bamsh and Reuben Be
r is in. of North Miami Senior
] h School, and Leonard Dean
I i Julius Lee. ol Booker T Wash-
in Senior High School.
reidivin, a Cuban refugee,
lived under Castro for one year.
ceive the Human Rela'ions Award
of the AJC.
An afternoon study and discus-
sion on the provocative issue of
"Assimilation. Integration or In-
sulation'.'" will launch the serious
work of the weekend at 1:15 p.m.
Thre* local personalities will
comprise the panel for tSe dis-
cussion, whose moderator will
be Dr. Peritx Scheinberg. Rabbi
Alexander Gross, principal of
the Hebrew Academy, Dr. Jos-
eph R. Narot, spiritual leader of
Temple Israel, and Richard Wolf-
son, well-known attorney, will
set the tone for the discussion.
Ben Gurion Hits
UN Proposal
Continued from Page 1-A
return waj arrant ler a fam-
ily reunion program o: the Israel
Government. The number of Arabs
who lived La the area allocated by
the United Nations to Israel and
who lef* f or on Aral
lead. era is nol gr later than
the Dill refugee^
from Arab count! the Prime
Minisl .red
He said that there had been un-
planned but effective exchange of
populations and there was neither
a practical possibility nor moral
justification for "turning the clock
back.
Turning to the question cf com-
pensation for properties left be-
hind the departing Arabs, the
Prime Minister stated that it
would be "inconceivable" not to
take into account the matter of
properties of Jewish refugees from
Arab countries and parts of ter-
mer Palestine.
"If compensation is to be paid
and we do not oppose compen-
sation if the question as a whole
is solvedthen Jewish refugees
are similarly entitled to compen-
sation," he declared. He charged
that the Arab refugee problem
existed "entirely as a result of
the violation of the United Na-
j tions charter by the Arab rulers
and their callous treatment of
their own people whom they
treat not as humans but as a
weapon with which to strike at
Israel."
He insisted the only "practical .
and fair solution'* was to settle the
Arab refugees among their own
people in countries which have :
USA.
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Mrs. Fannie Sklor philanthropist and Zionist of Mi
and Chicago, dedicates a Jewish National Fund
jeel in the American Freedom Forest in the ncan
and Frumah S'-clar. The forest, situated en the
frontier and encircling Jerusalem, represents one o:
ish National Fur.:'? current efforts to insure Lie =e
the Holy City. Dignitaries from many kibbutz-
aether with the SkiciS worked as chaiulzirr. in the er
of Palestine, look ::: a', the impressive ceremonies v';
attended by corning trcm ali parts of the country. M
has just returned :c 'Mem: Beach from Israel.
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At the same time, teen-agers >enlAy ** ,and an,d "f "
wUI tackle a local controversy in h* J"b. "*" *?mply w,t,h the,
a discussion on whether or not L? ftf" and ,h/ Pr,nc'P1 f
the L.N charter and enter into di
in Dade county. Dr. .Alan A Lip- j settlement. Israel would give all
ton will serve as moderator of this 'KsslbIe a;31\tance (t0*ard reset"
session, which is barred to anyone !emcnt of reiu3ee* anion*
over the age of 18. |their own I>eople
He said he had no objection t
a debate on the question and sug
importance of Exercise
mportance of Exercise" will be
topic of a talk by Dr. Abraham
V. fson, author of "The Road to
I Itta and Happier Living." on
Sunday, 9 a.m., before the Slim-
:c Club on the 10!h st. beach.
'iv- group la under the direction'
'.l Lillian Friedlandcr. who ha-
a pointed by the Miami i$ -acn
Recreation Department, Jack
Woody, vipenntendent.
The workshop committee, co- '
chaired by Mrs. David Catsman
and Alvin Cassel. has also planned *?s,ed should be, held short!
a Sunday luncheon seminar on a.f,er the re,,,rn of Mr> Golda
"Communism. Civil Liberties and Meir 'srae,'s Foreign Minister.
Conformity." with Dr Tom Wood ,rom the currpnt lN General As-
of the University of Miami dis- semblv The mot'n fr debate
cussing how best to combat Com- WM aPProv-,d bv a la'g-' majority,
munism while securing civil lib-
erties. Art Class Enrollment
The dinner committee, cf which Enrollment opens lor An Ufa.
Mrs. James Katzman and David limited, offering graduate art in-!
Hochberg arc chairmen, has an- struction in its air conditioned
aounced that tickets may be pur- studio at 685 NE 79 st Regiatra-
based for the annual banquet tion is daily from 2 to 5 p.m. Class-
without participating in the other eg stress "drawing for fun." and
activities of the weekend The hon- will be under the direction of
oring of Rep. Fascell, and his ad- Warren Soned. Faculty includes
Iress to the gathering will be the.Loretta Hums. Dan Greenhill. and
highlight of the evening. Susan La>hinskv.
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Page 9-A
Top Israeli Diplomat Due at Beth Sholom Dinner
One of Israel's most noted diplo-
. Mordekbfii Shneerson. will
to Miami Oil his first official
t -t join in ceremonies honoring
Hechl Sunday evening,
I.
ouncement fiat Ambassador
rson 9 i 6C qOe.'i sneiker
Temple Be h Sholom Israel
Mitzvah u:r.r,er was made by
\I Alber president of !he
i'ion and dinner chairman.
iner will take place at the
ROC '.:
fh-eerson is Israel's Ambassa-
dor to the Republic of Mexico
and the nations of Central Ameri-
ca. Prior to his appointment to
is present post. Ambassador
inneerson achieved international
cognition as Israel's envoy to
France.
It was daring his service in this
acity that close ties of friend-
-hip between France and Israel
. ere formed in an alliance which
AMBASSADOR SHNEfRSON
Jewish War Veterans Charged
With Exaggerating Hate Claims
Continued from Page I-A
Nazis were busy in the Chicago
aret. He also declared that
Hornsby had "completely exag-
aer*ed" the situation.
Oscar Shabat, director of human
olations for .the- Chicago Board of:
lucatioh, reported that an investi-j
i ition of the schools mentioned;
by Hcrnsby had failed to uncover!
any Dew evidence of Naii infiltra-
i on. He said that several weeks \
B70, one boy at the Prosser high
choo] aroused the wrath of fellow:
rtudents by trying to dislnbute
N /: lerature.
Tin ADL Official criticized the
-. War Veterans for making
*azi group tront page news.!
He said that while the group did
exist, "they are operating on a
shoe string, and their members
have considerable inability to pro-
mote anything approaching a seri-
ous mass movement."
The Sentinel of Chicago, in an
editorial by J. L. Fishbein. editor,
also denounced the Jewish War
Veterans. "We defy the Jewish
War Veterans to present their story
before any competent committee
of community leaders, including
our law enforcement and Jewish
defense agencies.'* Fishbein wrote.
He challenged the JWV to deny
'he truth of the charges by the
ADL and the Chicago police that
the JWV had exaggerated the signi-
ficance of Nazi activities in the
Chicago area.
hit- boon of utmost importance to
Israel's security plans
Ambassador Shneerson has been
awarded the rank as Commander
of the French Legion ot Honor, in
recognition by Prance of his distin-
3iri?hc>l service.
Shneerson entered the Israeli
Foreign Service in 1948. serving
with the first Israeli diplomatic
mission in Latin America as coun-
selor to the Lraeli Legation in
.Montevideo, then :n Buenos Aires.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
expressed e'eep gratification that,
"Israel has seen fit to send a
man of Ambassador Shneerson's
c'ature to join with us in honor-
ing our own Issie Hecht."
Fabbi Kronen laid that "Mr
Hecht, through his constant dedi-
cation to the congregation, to every
worthy cause, and to the State of
Israel, has earned the respect and,
deep affection of thousands of our
fellow citizens bo'h within and out
of the congregation No one is
more deserving of this high tribute
which will be pad to him at the
dinner on Oct. 29."
Heading the dinner committee
with James M. Albert are Jack
A. Cantor, chairman of the board
of governors for State of Israel
Bonds and a former president ot
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Kron-
ish, David S. Drucker, president
ot the Temple's Brotherhood, Mrs.
' Harvey A. Kramer, president of the
j Temple's Sisterhood, and Mrs. Jo-
! seph Pardo, president of the PTA.
The commltte* of hO"t* Includes
\lr an I V- Jack \bbutt, Mr. anil
Mrs. William .Vt*ra* >-. Mr, ::n.l Mrs.
I lames M. A-bert, ii ;i i Mr*. Jcn-
! -|,h Alter, Mr. .did Mr.-.. Ell If I.. Atn-
lur, Mr and Mr* S An in. Mr
I Mr.- -. >: Ark-n Mr and
: Mrs. Joseph A.-li, Mr and Mrs. Bl "
I Ft.-i-ilii. Mr. and Mm. William Born-
...M. m ,.ii Mr- ion...- Rrotmun,
Mr. and Mrs. Morr > Cur.;.
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I Morry B. Moi
Mrs. \ i- hi N. ,\ man,
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1 Mr and
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ml Mr- > i Bobbins, Mr
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Phil S i.i Mrs. Ali n I
, : Mrs. Joseph ,
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Mr. r I M I. > tman, Mr.
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' Mrs. s.iiini.-i Stein,
Mr. :, I Mrs. [' ..: A Stern, Mr. and
Mrs. ...-: s- -,-. n I, Mr. and Mrs
'> T i :. Mr and Mrs. A. I.
. m 'i Mrs. Jack Wag-
ner, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Waldman,
Mr and Ml" Mix Weltx, Mr and
Mrs H it Id 2
In a familiar role, Isadore
Hecht is seen speaking on
behalf oi State of Israel Bonds.
He is shown here chairing
the Temple Beth Sholom din-
ner honoring Rabbi Leon
Kronish last year. In the fore-
ground is Jack A. Cantor,
chairman of the Israel Bond3
board of governors.
Temple Execs Plan Confab
Mr. :<".>\ Mrs. Arthur Burrell, Mr.
ii i ... Jack A 'on' i r, I '' and
Mr* Ralph "'Mi. Mr Julius 15. Coop-
er Mr. B"d Mrs Word* C~....... Vfr
By Special Report
WASHINGTON-The human re-
sources ar.i relationships of syna-
gogue administration will be the
keynote of the tenth biennial con-
vention cf the National Assn. of
| Temple Administrators in Wash-
ington. UC. Nov. 16 to 19.
Professional administrators, rep-
, resenting leading synagogues of
j the 600-member Union of Amer-
j iean Hebre-.' Congregations, will
[participate in workshops and sem-
inars whose emphasis will be on
"people" rather lhan the technical
aspects of their positions.
Among the speakers who will
address the administrators are
Millard Cass. Deputy Undersecre-
tary of Labor; Dr. S. Norman Fein-
gold, national director of B'nai
B'rith Vocational Service: Herman
Mosher. Milwaukee civic leader;
and Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath,
president of the L'AHC.
Convention chairman. Frank S.
Adler. of Kansas C't Mo has
planned a program which will ex<
plore the relationships oi leinpte
presidents, rabbis, boards, auxil-
iaries and committees with the ad-
ministrator, as well as the role he
occupies on the expanding horizons
of Reform Judaism.
Election of officers and other
business of the association will
take place at the Mayflower hotel.
HEK AE THE P.IIBI ^
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Pick the
Channel 7
Winners!
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3UU AT JORDAN MARSH
A TRIP TO MEXICO CITY
FOR TWO or one of 47
OTHER PRIZES IN WCKT'S BIG
NEW FALL PROGRAM LINEUP
"Pick the Channel 7
Winners
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CONTEST
1| A STEREO-HI Fl CONSOLE
WITH A COMPLETE SET OF
RECORDS.
2nd $500 Chriatmae Charge Account
at Jordan Marah.
3rd An expense-paid trip for two to
Mexico City, including trantpor-
tation. meals, sightseeing.
4th A months supply of food from Kwik-
Chek ($100 worth).
5th-8th Set of World Book Encyclopedia.
9th Year's supply (700 gals.) of Cities
Service gasoline for your car.
lOth-llth Hamilton Beach Food Mixer.
12th Model 80 B Polaroid Land Camera.
13th 17th 5 bushels citrus fru.t.
18th-19th Puritron Air Purifier.
20th-22nd Westclox Wrist Watch.
23rd-27th Gold-filled pen & pencil set.
28th-30th Seth Thomas Travel Clock.
31st-40th Puritan Banlon Sport Shirt.
41st-50th Lanvin Perfume Kit.
FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE RULES
1 View the proirims included in the big ne* NBC Fed
lineup on WCKI. Channel 7, Miami Programs premiere
during September and early October.
2 Select the ten NBC program! of all those on WCKT
whKh you feel will be Ihe most popular wilh South
Florida audiences List your selections in Ihe 1 through
10 order in which you would rank their popularity.
3 Send your list of ten programs on an official entry
blink a reasonable lacsimile, or on your own writing
paper to PICK THE CHANNEL 7 WINNERS. Broad-
cast Key. Box 38-M, Miami 3S, Florida. Also include
I one-word description of your number one choice
for top Fall program. This statement may be used as
a tie-breaker, if necessary.
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studios on Broadcast Key and at Jordan Maish Entry
blanks will also be printed in vanous South Florida
newspapers and in TV Guide.
5 Selection of winners will be based on program rat-
ings developed by the American Research Bureau
Study of the Miami area between the dates of Octo-
ber IMh thru 28ttt. 1961 Comparison of the lop ten
programs on contest entries with those developed
b the ARB studies will determine the winning entries.
In case of duplication, the I word description will
be used to decide winner. If a tie still ensls after
thai lime, duplicate (wards will be made.
6 Accuracy of choice, originality in writing the one-
word description and neatness will be considered
by Ike judges.
7 All entries become the properly of WCKT, Biscayne
Television Corporation. '
I. Decision of the judges will be final.
9 Biscayne Television employees, then families and
employees ol associated companies will not be eligible.
10. Contest begins on October 1st and concludes at
midnight, October 31st. 1961.
II, Winners will be announced on or before Decem-
ber 10th, 1961.
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; Car 54. Wh>re A>e You'
Bonanza
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. Price Is R.ehff
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TUESDAY
Laramie
. AUred-Hitchcotk'
.Dick Powelf Show
Cain's,KundrtJ
WEDNESDAY
Wagon Tram
Joey Bishop Show
Perry Comb
Bob Newhart Show
. Dave Brinkley's Journal
THURSDAY
The Outlaws
Dr. Kildare .
Hazel
. Sing Along With Mitch
FRIDAY
7:00 rWi y*cod Special'
8:30 .Robert-Tayior's Detectives
9:30 Dinsti Shore,.Bed "telephone Hojr
10:30 .. Frank McGeer Here 4 Now-
SATURDAY
6:00. National Velvet
6:30 .'" Internal^ i h'owtime
3;30. .'.' .. T.il'- i>\ WSlljE Fargo
.'8:30 ek -Tsll Man
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US is Urged to Back Disarmament
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brogl.o on term* rhat w:ll irs*>r*
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4cjr.fr *i *r f%ton arvd a
Je-sn norr.Mvd and enable all
the eovrw-ei ? the a^ea to work
ogertr for human progress.
*hat i r*-e*e. I be I we mat the
i:l*.H-m or a more 'est.ncj
cec* B 'he M:dd Es' it so
irrp3rir*. a e'.ierrij 'a the
-eresfs or the United S*'e* and
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ad prooaMy eater a eoabUaa witJi Adenauer's part
the -..ar,cf: of power :r. tha Bundaataf But German)
ipatu : a -.a',
part !: n il The Bi tiab e> periet .
' And ti Germany, as ir. I rth major
rani of octal welfare
' '' "" the German biaaaell He has voted
! .- AWMtalMM and modernism. He now to rev rence for Adenauer
ad before He .- i armor to the Social Democrats than he was
before Bat he refusee to break iharaf J witb Adenaner and, despite the their* difference-. Sen. Keating
internal sacrifices necessary to
Bawl rr.ikt ec^
r.orruc development fa-- more
cult and provide the commui
. ith i au tfbi tor-
r.r.i, jp discontent M reover, the
5pec:acuiar arms deal; whieb Nas-
ser arranged Jiecboslovakia
in :'yj, save the B their r,.i
_;- propaganda gain to htte in the
le East
Declaring thai toil u admitted
in Weshington'' and that the policy
makers there agree that it would
be good ;f the Arabs would agree
to -.; down witb Israel and settle
personal succesi of Brandt n the caonpaiiir. the voter will not give the
.V-'.a. Deanocrate a akandate to form a government.
I *rt to underscore the degree to which the vote hi a [HIMI vic-
torj (or \:r*r,'\- He had a dirty campaign of defamation to contend
/ r. i.^frr authorised but nonetheleaf there He had the big money
agatatl him and along with the money the whole massive weight Of the
German eatabUabmenf He had many in his own party against him. since
be n*d abaken up 'heir archaic Bodallat dogmas and replacec them with
modernized program of welfare democracy The fact that he nar-
pointed out that they are. however,
afraid that "if they try' :o inter-
vene in the Arab-Israel dispute,
they will only antagonize the Arabs
and make settlement more diffi-
cult "
That, unfortunately, has been
the gist of the American policy
r red 'he gap between the two major partie*. BO considerablv is a tn- toward the Middle East for years.
boti to his understand in* of middle-chwis German society, which means the Senator continued. "In fact.
mo of the German people including the workerv practically from the moment la-
including
ir ii
I WROTE A RECENT column from Germany that the election might
mark the end of the Adenauer era. It has. if only in the sense that the
nan's charisma as a leader has been considerably blurred. It is
unlikely that he weale to surrender the rein, of power, even with his
redaaad mandate He rtill hw fhe scorn for Krhard that he had two
yeaas ''' and Strauss link with the army is still, rightly or wrongly,
i>tared in the nation that has ^uff-red ao much from wan and defeat
But even Adenauer mut accept the political facts of life. The fact
that Meitde leant far more to Brhant'l policies than to Adenauer's should
strengthen Braard in the inevitable struggle of the succession within
th- Cbriatian Demoeaala.
While foreign policy was never a sharp issue between the three par-
tie I r-annot help feeling tha' Brandt', personal success will give force
to his own position, which vai to seize the initiative in the hassle on
Berlin, an?' alto to show genuine flexibility in abandoning old, rigid at-
titudes This should bring Germany somewhat closer to .President Ken-
nedy', position
I cannot close without a footnote on the opinion of some of the intel-
lectaala who saw the collapse of the Weimar Republic and had to flee
Hitler One of them told me he was for Brandt but would be happy if
be failed to get a majority. He felt certain that Germany would soon
havt to sign a peace treaty whose term, would not be happy ones. He
preferred not to have the Social Democrats in their old historic posiUon
Of taking the blame and becoming the scapegoat.
VOTE For and ELECT
RALPH 0. SNYDER
TO HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL
"There's Got To Be Some Changes Made"
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in that position. Perhaps at first
there was some wisdom in trying
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Hostess will call with a
basket of gifts ... and
friendly greetings from
our religious, civic and
business leaders.
If you, or others you
know, are moving, be
sure to phone Welcome
Wagon.
HI 84994
WELCOME WAGON


Friday. October 20, 1961
'fJenist' He rSdliair)
.-cge
11-A
Ashmann Named Unit Chairman
Mt. Sinai Hospital Anniversary Week, the week of Dec. 17,
mark the completion of 12 years of operation of the com-
r.-.unity hospital. The progress made intliese years is shown
.is aerial view. The new Mt. Sine. Hospital building on
the right is situated in the hub of the netwo:k cf new road-
ways leading to the Julia Tuttle Causewcry. At the right is
the old building, the former Nautilus hoi el, a Miami Beach
mark, which served as Mt. Sine: Hospital ircrn 1949
to 1S60, when the new building was opened.
Mt. Sinai Hospital Plans Special
Anniversary Week Celebration Here
Miami attorney Charles R. Ash-
mann ha.- been named chairman
of a four-county clubs and organi-
sations committee which will co-
ordinate special projects, patient
services, ami fund-raising activi-
ties for the National Multiple Scle-
rosis Sock :y among more than
3.D00 Southeast Florida civic clubs
and oiher groups.
Paul II. Marks, chairman of
Southeast Florida char-.
nounoed thai program.- with -
or-, films nd exhibit:
made a> ailal le lo en ic, proft ssio-
nal. social frat< rnal, icati
and charil bit rroups I ughoul
Dade. Br w ard, Palm ;;<. h .
Mont' i ties.
A.- !i m a
.Beach Attorney Norman Kapner,
(and !. County Assistant state
grai -. and ("irect the 50-man Attorney Max Kogen
bureau. He will be as- Ashmann has hceI1 a(.tlve in ml.
-.- jr.. B d County State Repre- jects in Florida, and is s past re
sentative, Mi ounty Deputj cipient of the Miami Beach "Man
Sheriff Henry HasJuns, Palm ol the Year" Jaycee Award,
KiiimikkiiNDiaiaiiaifi
NORTON TIRE CO.
open 24 hours
& cli day Sunday
5330 N.VV. 27fh Ave.
SEASONAL RENTALS
NOW TO MAY 1st
Oei'or: Hrtfl near k-h*r
mkts.. shopping and Synagogues.
Room* witn Refrigerators $750 00
Fully Eo;iipped Efficiencies SPOC.OO
S"s-s tvaMabla at $400.co
Colony Hotel 736 Ocean Or. M. Bch.
I =
Mt. Sinai Hospital Anniversary
Week has been announced tor the
week of Dec. 17. to mark the corn-
pit tion of 12 years of operation of
11 community hospital.
.] Gerald Lewis, president, said
Wednesday that the purpose of the
celebration "is to express appreci-
ation and to give recognition to the
ci mmunity's cooperation and sup-
port.'"
The week will be highlighted by
a : rogram of special events which
Iramatize the hospital, its ser-
i n and facilities, as well as the
Ben-Gurion Unit
Meets Wednesday
-Gurion Branch of Farband
meet Wednesday evening at
Beth El Congregation, according
l< Irving M. Sachs, president
Mrs, Samuel Halperm. vice presi-
ding will be in charge of the busi-
ness session. Bernard Furman.
i lural chairman, will address the
session on "Zionism as Messian-
ism."
- cial hour will follow under the
1 e ard Mrs. Lewis Mann.
people bchiind its achievements.
Included in ihe plans is an Anni-
versary Ball which will take place
on Saturdsy evening. Dec. 23. in
the Grand ballroom of the Fon-
taineblcau hotel.
Honorary co-chairmen for Anni-
versary Week will be Max Oro-
vitz. chairman of the board, and
Lewis. Hank Meyer has been ap-
pointed chairman for Anniversary
Week Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes.
president of "the hospital's Wom-
en's Auxiliary, and Mrs. Ben No
vack will serve as co-chairmen of
the ball.
Mt. Sinai Hospital was chartered
in 1946 as a non-sectarian, non-
profit, voluntary hospital through
the effort s of community leaders.
It began operation on December.
1949 anci grew from a 55-bed hos-
pital to l he present 360-bed. $10.-
ooo.OCii facility which was opened
to serve patients in the Greater
Miami area in January. 1960.
Audition Date Advanced
Miami Beach Lodge of Knights
ol Pythias is sponsoring a violin
arship being given by Irving
I :r;.ck. Final date for audition
request! has been extended to Nov.
1, .(cording to an announcement
Ibis week. Requests should be made
to th lodge at 1828 Alton rd.
Daily Morning Minyons
Daily morning minyon meets
regularly a! Hiilel House on the
University of Miami campus, ac-
cording t o announcement this week
by Seym our Spolter. of 4260 Chase
ave. Services begin at 7 a.m. Par-
ticipants include I'M students and
faculty members
L'STEN 'O PETH ISRAELS STIMULATING r"llNDTAELE D SCJSSION
"A TORAH OF TRUTH"
Every Sunday at 9:10 P.M. WKA7 1360 on Your Dial

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New 3 layer decongestant tablet acts to
drain clogged sinus cavities, relieve
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New York. M. Y. (Special) shrinks; the swollen doers to the
Announcement has been made sinus cavities and helps drain
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which has the remarkable abil- and congestion,
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a new medication which is car- cannot be duplicated. Accept no
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Tablets can be used with assur-
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pain *nd distress. Remember,
Mountain Homes
Would you like o home in the cool,
cool mountains of Western North
Carolina? We have several. These
homes are reasonably priced. You
will need no air conditioning here.
Pure Mountain air ond water. Small
but fine Synagogue. These homes
can be handled with os little as
10% down. Wc can build to suit
your needs. All homes built are in-
sulated ond heated for year round
use. 1st ut know your require-
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50
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Roofs & Lawns
Sprayed and Painted
PL 8-1865
Photo & Music Equipment
We B..>. Ball) Trade cr Repair
Anytr, -. ..seal & Photographic
COVFLETE LINE OF SUPPLIES
TRAIL PHOTO & MUSIC
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RE\T A CAR
from S2 50 per day
$15 rer wk. & m lefice charge
ABOTT MOTORS, Inc.
1451 W. FIAGLER ST.
Ph. FR 3-6765
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Tii n..i; your new responsibilities,
as* aU'iit thi Mi tPiK'litan'a
Family Income plan.
NAT I A \ S
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Phones FR 3-4616 or HI 6-9981
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS INC
2148 N.W. 10th Ave. FR 3-7180
Havs your root repaired now; you
will save on a new roof latar.
"Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men"
Smileacfe
rKlit stores)
SERVICE & DOLLAR DISCOUNT
COUPON BOOK VALUE M2.50
Nothing to buy just csk for if!
___________only 1 book to a family
ALL TRUCK & PASSENGER TIRES
SALE PRICED
11 /!
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Friday. Occber 2C. :%j
Bomb Explosion Injures
Former Nazi Chief's Aide
Csrtfinu**) ''fr P*9 1-A
...._ ...
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.*n's Club Moticercde
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cbestri ar.>:
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The tentative date div
e'eved m eoe>ne-ri ar'th a ee-
c -. vi by r fe)a press c*fice o
05 overieas
and MrltvWm cc-pe^.es to
record the .(-! c* Capt.al Cities
Broadcu'Trig Co*r*ry, the
Arrenean firm arfuctl letBvieed
th* lewajMry trial frem it* last Apr. 11 to 's *-S 8*1 Aug. 14,
rill net t* ~c-g '* traders
because c< financial lov it in-
cjrred.
; that ':. pr
t in j
for fi I
< tuch < a;
ting that the film
intert ed in distnfc it ng
It i
j or '. BOB net-
-a pool to covet
the to of <; verdict
edinj?"..
Roosevelt Chapter Atfoi,
E.eancr BoawvcM dUpte:
2 nth Women. ...
Mexico ay rr. .
I IS at Ttrr^.* ;
-
faiamwm
. ..
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Membership cburmn
Sober Gran, "- -
Pro
-
:-
Dinner, of home c. .'!- ''= Loois Glasses lest week
..-. honor of new sr-.e! Consuls Zeev Z. Dover cr.d Zvi
Eodan brcuchi together lefl la right Mrs Mas Weito
'vkzaser Consul Dovei Mrs. [rvinq Lehrrr.cr.
STrrtTrr rm
I *.-
.... ^.
and Mrs
Katzman. Meeting preceded ~ reception aponscred bv the
. Dlvkncn of the Americas Friends of the Hebrew
Jerusalem in which the four women leaden
"J-:v5rs:ty
ere active.
Gob/es BBG Meets Saturday
B'nai J; rith Girlj
nuaJ open
- M p rr. a' 1220
Anastasia
THE KEEK... IS I SEE II
Continued from Pae 4-A
eon* ern [or the 'ruth emeri
between So
, ncipl< that -iir-
- fi 11 ed to befoi e
ard looking opti
n ha far f<
n< i ti i contrast with
i h to ." < k< n Vet out
pi
i
' d Indeed, mn i
unabatintj p< mism li > i
l aught to btlievi ht doi
not make right, then wbst in fait
make right? it ii a '..rmula
v.f have vet to learn ;r. th- arena
that pit m against maximum
So let diplomacy.
REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
Greater Miami's Largest A Oldest
Supplier for Synagogues,
Hebrew 1 Sunday Schools.
Wholesale A Retail
ISKAUI GIFTS 4M0 NOVHTItS
417 Washington Avo. Jt 19017
RABBI
MORTON MALAVSKY
and Family
appn ciatii ......any
kind expression! oi i
pathy received during their
recenl berea /en eni
passing of our Beloved
Mother
SOPHIE ROCKOFF
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME
FR 3-3431
FRanklin 9-1436
710 S.W. 12h Avenue
Miami, Fta.
HARRY GORDON
PBES -E'.t
IKE GORDON
WE SPECIALIZE in
CONDOLENCE
BASKETS
From $7.50 We Deliver
FRUIT CIRCUS
Palmer
M,.\|oR!Ab
"JKiomi'i Or. f
JswJat
aawnai
BviHert"
Exclusite Bsealtf
"ROCK OF AGES
FAMILY MEMORIALS
Scheduled Unveilings
S'JMOAY. CCT. 22 1961
1789 BiacAfNE BLVD.
FR 4-2710 FR 4-C783
am an aa aBrwjwaaag*
I
Ml. Meoe Cei-lery
ASE E. K0AN 1 p.m.
P '
Mt. Sii9f C9-reify
ETTA HYMEK, 2 p.m.
\i--. r -
n '
PALMER'S
MIAMI MONUMENT CT
3279 $.W. S:H Street
HI 4-C921 Phones HI 4 0922
Lakeside
MEMORIAL PARK
AND
GAIDEN MAUSOLIUM
"THE SOUTH'S
MOST BEAUTIFUL
JEWISH CEMETERY"
N.W. 25fh ST. at 103rd AVE.
TU 5-1689
Miami Hebrew Book Store
IMS WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Beach JE 8-3840
Hebrew Religioua Supplie* tor
Synagogues, Schools A. Private Use
ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS
wi6e JAtcisions require time
U3J DAOE BOOIFVARO
MIAAAI BACH
JEfferson 1-7677
Edward T. Newman
Funeral Ditectot
^XAAhJ^
Suf-ly it is only pooil ense lo devote a* much
attention to -!< Iin a family l-urul p?iaii-
j- you would to making your will. Yet o often
die t<-nds to potpone thia important deciaion
until an eBMrgeaC) ari-e?. Ian t today the
beat time to -.tart planning? Why not dud out
about Mount Nflio now. Here, in Miami's finest
and oUeal J*wi-h cemetery, a Perpetual t^are
fund exceeding $100,000, (suarantees .lie
permanent beaut \ and care of Mount Nebo. i ou
never pay lor maintenance taxes and
aeaamenti eannol be levied Anil
Mount Nebo i- -o s, r.nrly Imrly V)
OCCeuiblt vy urtl eslabltshrd ... it hat already
been the choice of over 4.000 Jewiali lanulieg.
W by not secure lull details?
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THUR&O^D MONUMENT CO,
INVITES YOU ro van THtIK showrooms and display
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YOU AS VJt HAVE
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MEMORIALS OF BtAUTY DIGNITY AND PtRMANlNCY
GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS
\ . J^ *
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Plrnse v ml mr. uilhiml obligation, lion on Family Uunal EtUUtt m full infnrma- i Mn'irii Nebo, A
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State......


-Friday. October 20. 1961
*JpA#> florldlimri
Page 13-A
JEWISH MORALISTS
\\,..,-- KtVfcnohfcStl (Hth Century)
/.,i- the L,rJ :lir God of th j
. and terve Hun in love, foi
M tl> Mtranu muldte* him to K(""'
,,m thyself t" iitibittnil %ood-
,r i man's character it what
HOkjti it.
,,ii f,nd in the Torali or the
,< ;:.s ,>r tfl Sj (rich ('"" canst not under-
ttdrtd jj-i by they /aitli and
.: intelligence. Place it in a cor-
iur heart for future con
,on but desp:.ve not lh>
. n because thou art unable to
stand one difficult matter.
trud 1 i uprighi-tieu
the soul and
i sp = >if\ to ob-
is buil i >;"v roel( Keep
; !t-i 'iot a legal
..... be more bind-
.....il promise whe-
pri m Dm
: tubte i
ict:i \V."
. I: DUSe '
i i by quarrel
> and rtulunce. / I
become hlacl{. the
' m er | tmilie.<
into exil princes deposed
.re. great citie>
. rui :" rmblies dispersed
dim -J. tlit' honor
held lightly and despised, all
accouui of quarrelsomeness
\Jlebrew L^omersnli'on
rex1??: Dnai1? tms
A OL Wea/m Of JHi
Let Us, Like Abraham,
Hearken to Good Doctrine
ictvni s
r^eligioHS By RABBI MORDECAI PODET
Temple Judea ftorai l>abTei *1

S.r
vices
C7/t/j fWeettencf
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will De .returned as prpof of
their lateness.
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyla ava
Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Ev
' rl i,v *.: i,p S;tii,l:i\ S: :'n :* ->
Sermon "The Pounder "f the JewlHh
Race." 4:l."> p.m. Kermon: "laraerii
Supreme Teat "i Faith."
ANSHE EVES 2533 SW 19th ave
Conservative. R. Yusko. p,esident.
--
BETH DAVID. 2025 SW 3rd ave. Con-
ar ative Pablii Noimao N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioson
i i Sermnn. "Wandei
ii .i Si rmon :
. : liar Mltxvah
n i
.- i i i

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,11.1 Mi>
M.ix
RAB3I MORDiCAl P0DT
3F-" EL 500 SW "th ave. Orthodox
Rabbi SoItticp Schlff
i' .< -,.'..' K:30 a.m
\ with I'm i"

BETH EMETH. 17250 \W 2nd ave.
C ntervat / Raiibi Max Shapiro.
Cantor Hym in Fine.
I i |i .-. : m: >n : "I 'ultvhlned ,
|< i. Saturday 8:l*> a.m. i
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3ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Pralrio ave. Or
"nin Paobi H. louii Rottmar
:> i H ,I i> n.in. Si r-
Uegii n ime of h To:.'h I
p.m I.ii lii-' i ini .:
\ i i bj Rubbl Jonah
i\i|... execu tve director "t Hebrew)
I my.
,
jip onisn T?V BTS?V
n Dnofr loisa D-p-ann
EniM r*n3n "?n3 ana
.nwn ariix D"';?3f?Q on
,r:vv "ispTva "?Da a-rinan
-:^|?x) on ^s "7V n?^
13 --^rri .np/pi^n *dw
.rr'j'p-ip-^KS ]W
"ci^n resin i-srp ni3^3
Dnz? d^t. .0^20 nixa
c-i^ n,!7im nins^TD wpn
11 : t : I -
The Torah tells us that just as
Abraham raised the knife to .May
his only son. Isaac, as a sacrifice
to God, an angel called out, inter-
rupting the proceecings, and an
animal sacrifice was substituted
for Isaac. Here a retinement in
piritual perception is described;
an advancement in religious living
s recorded. Human sacrifice gives
way to animal sacrifice Later in
our tradition, animal sacrifice is
supplanted by prayer and service
ic> God and man as the deepi
understanding ami highest aspira-
tion Under the influence of evolu-
tionary theory, students ol religion
and cultur i see religion contin-
uously u-ii'ii in.: toward an ever
more refined life-giving concep-
tion of duel, man and worship.
They see t.he value, the enhance
ment of human life ever more
p o s 11 i v e I > comprehended and
sought. The;, see religion evolving towards an ever profounder sanctify-
ing of man.
Retreats, backslidinss from earlier, loftier, more lifesanctiy ng
conditions abound in history. Mosaic religion ol the second millenium
before the common era was a m
relations. It was followed by a
backsliding, an ethical retreat.
The teaching of Hebrew Prophets is a majestic peak in conceiving .
religious morality. That of their successors represents a decline, some- 3ETH kodesh. 11551 Quau Roo.t dr.
times moderate, occasionally precipitousand so on in religious history; QETH TORAH 164tt) st and NE 11th
to the present day. In this, our own twentieth century, humanity and ave. conservative. Raboi Max Lip
aspiration are denigrated, both in theory and in practice, as in few pre- *'
vious times.
The important truth of religious and cultural history, it seems to
me, is that :he human mind and spirit in all eras harbors positive and Mn.i-.> Uurmun Saturday 8:43 a.m.
negative attitudes toward life, both upbuilding and destructive tenden-1 ,ar, ,;',,";', \ h^" '
. 'CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 15*4
Therefore, we need in all eras to be reminded, to be assured, to De Washington ava. Orthodox. Rabbi
prodded in the direction of sanctifying life. In every time, we need the i Abraham strasafeid.___
angel out ot heaven. Abraham needed him; we need him It is the COral way jewish center.
task and glory of our religion to be the angel, to emphasize, to attirm ^s^w^isth aUMjami.^abbi Sam-
lite, to be the voice from heaven. In some eras the task is easier, in p ,,,., ;. .,,., sermon: "Abraham"*
others harder. Our era is one of the latter, and the message of our re-j Pyramid Ctub." Baturdaj B a.m.
ligion desperately needed in it. daoe heights jewish congre-
It is significant that our prayers abound in life. Of the Torah we cation, '^nw^ss* at^Oe..
say 'It is a tree of lite." and ol God. "King who desirest life. cantor Emanuei Mandei.
We aspire to be like the life-giving God. increasing enhancing lite |y,m:?.0 murd^;m^i Tm! Be"
in ourselves and in others, and wo pray to be inscribed in the "Book of ...., p,,,,,..,, ,.f the VVeek."
Life." May we. like Abraham, hearken to the "good Cortrwe" that has FLAGLER.GRANAV; 50 nw Slat
been given us, to the voice out oi heaven, and merit to oe so insciioea. ol conservative Rah^i Gerald
! Lerer. Cantor George Goldberg.
_________________^^^^.^^_^^M.^^^^ FVldaj S:is p m. Bermon: '"Are We
Our Urother'a Keeper?" Baturda>
n
GEMS OF WISDOM
H.- uiJio does ii" Hurt- i!:jii his
Aul: : not doing hu Juts
II UIY.V
a
Tlini'- ever i;:..-- you are horn to
DtSRAI I I

It ii I It 1 '
you
'
MISH
I
II IFFENSTI IN'
t *
V. u .' u itli one
.,',. ::, : i : exempt )rom
the "ii-.- religious
lutiw 1 \\ MUD
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel \iendclowitz
l-*iil:,\ ^:.|l p.111 Si rii',.11 "II i Were
ighty advance in sanctifying human beth MCod; sm^n ^""'ngton ,,; ,,, ir^
corruptinij Canaanitic syncretism, al cantor Maurice Mamchea. -..-. -t. T..
i-'.l.lm '...: p.m. Sutuniaj 8:30 a.m. temple beth s>riOLi
P
"\\h \\':is Abraham?"
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
; Jaj 10 p.m Bermon: "Life Meati-
11. I ,..iin Coifee .~'ii.hiii~ Baa Mltz-
\ ih: 1 lane, daughter "i Mr. and Mi-
vTImow I/four ^jtt.
^jour
eritaai
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
. ., 1 aaa :. This pa prepared in co-
What is the speeia prayer that is .' ,
. j u; '.,j r-, operatioti uiith the Spiritual L. id
offered lipjn being saved from D ,,
... ^ m oi the Greater Miami Rjbom-
pril? '
It is classically referred to as tJ' nMn-
The Talmud
.trxna
In-ioMs n-ias n-ta rttsina)
IRANSIATION -
The blind were no longer forced
to wander the streets without any
education or care. Here they re-
ceived an education and learned a
tra e.
In the War of Liberation, the mu-
1 ians among the blind gave con-
certs to wounded soldiers.
The trainees in the institution
learn Hebrew Braille and after-
wards receive the same lessons
liiat are customary in every pri-
mary school. In addition, they re-
ceive lessons in basket work, and
many of them, in all branches of
music as well. Bright pupils con-
tinue their studies at high school
and even at university.
During its existence, the institu-
tion has produced hundreds of
trainees. Many of them have set
i'P families and have healthy child-
ren.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
' "Bin-hat HaGomel."
(Berakot 5b) states that there are
four types of people who owe a
special thanks to the Almighty:
Those who crossed the sea; those
' who traversed the wilderness,
those whe have recovered from ill-
ness, and a prisoner who has been
set free. This expression of thanks
rahh: M Ol v I IP8CHITZ
Coordinator
Gontnbul
rabbi SOLOMON HI! F
Gem.i of Wwdom
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
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HIALEAH RPFOPM JEWISH CON-
GRECATION. 555 W. 49th St.. Hla-
lean. Rpfoi m. Rabbi Marlua Ranson.
i i i'.\Ti in Bermon: "Abraham,
i.,iMii .- Mtaalon."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
te-. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
v.iijv"'< Cantor Louis Cohen.
''..- Bel mon: "Man In
- Shal bat hoaU: Mr
.,' a m Cheater Letter iii honor <>f
m i iry. Satui day 8:30 n m
I Bar h[ tavah Robert, aon of Mr. and
Mrs, Herberl t ^.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
e
MIAMI HE3REW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Can-
tor Fred Bernstein.
.luiniuianMMMsVBHUCuiiiMiiiisiaasiHUBk ._ a-------
I MINVONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
is now formulated publicly in the fice of thanks was required on such I Priday 5:jo p.m. Saturday a.m.
synagogue when the individual occasions. This is replaced today
states out lound: 'Blessed art! by this utterance of prayer in the
Thou O Lord our God, King ot the form of benediction.
universe, who does! good unto the; *
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox Rabbi Phineas Weberman
undeserving, and who hast also
rendered all good unto me." To
this the congregation responds:
"He that hath rendered thee all
good, may he 00 only good unto
thee forever."'
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 646
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.
Are there various types of bene-
dictions?
Why is it required to state this
formula publicly in the syna-
gogue?
It is generally fell that the sav-
ing act of the Almighty, even when
.iFrld.iy R:15 p.m Bermon: "The ".'."ii
o' ii. Run,' Conaecratlon service for
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 438 SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Maimonides divides the bencdic- im i.,. :is p.m. Bermon: "Exploring
tions into three groups. One type Biblical Thouarhta.^__8aturday a.m.
;s the benediction recited for bene-|temple adath yeshurun. 1025
fits received by the individual, such ^bb;*'8 f^^US^tSWA
as the grace before and alter meals, i RejSman.
V second type -s recited before the j rEMP-^e ^"'a"/."^!*) n. Kendall
performance Of rellglOUS duties, dr._ s Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert
such as the lighting of the candles.! Baumoard. cantor Charlee_KodiMr
Athird type is an expre?sion
'.hanks for the wonder ot nature, I new member families,
it "effects onlv one individual di-jsuch as the benedictions made temple beth shirah. suniiand
rectly. was done so that others when witnessing thunder, light-j ^"affl.^bb'-. ^k'o"^
; mav hear of it and thus come closer I nng or a ra'nbow. TMe-^e form the | Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
! to a true belief in His saving pow-!general category of benedictions! 1 n.i.,> s is p.m. Sermon: "Where !" |
ler. Furthermore, in later days, that are proclaimed when enjoy-; ^J-",,;;;-,^';:/M? jgj^jj:
when there is so much to make us ing something in life. There Is hard Maach I0:t0
Hose our faith, hearing of someone j also the category of benedictions ;;; ^Sermon: Jh, Ufa <**gl
else's miraculous recovery makes reci'ed in praise of the Almighty. u M ,,,,.,,,, [araell
us retain our own faith. In the i fulfilling the general duty of man, nelodlea.
days of the Temple a special sacri-'to constantly praise Him. temple beth sholem of Holly-
OM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Kaobi Leon Kronistl
Cantor Davla Conviser.
fViday *-.,." p.m. Kermnn: "Ben-
Uiirlnn i- 75 Year* Old." Saturday
10 l.'i ., in Bar Mil tvah: Robert, 1 un
ul Mr. and Mra. Jerrj llrltl: Merlll,
hi.....1 Mi. and Mi.- Albert Merael
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry
B. Wernick.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Wasnina.
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
TEMPLE iSflM;. '37 NE 19th st.
Reform. Rabb: Joseph R. Narot,
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:13 i.m, Arthur b". Roalchan,
executive 'i^: >ctor Oreatei Miami
Jewish federation, will apeak "ii "A
Portrait "f a Jewlah Community."
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 120 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
i-"n i:iv R:13 p.in. Bermon: "la Thera
ii \. u Kin i of Piety?" Saturday
|n:So a.m. Bar M tavah: Robert, aon
of Mr and Mi- David Shu bow,
-
TEMPLE MENORAH. 20 75th St.
Conservative Rabbi Maver Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
l-'i Ida) |i in Sermon: "In tlie
l>a of Abraham." Saturday 9 a m
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Sm"'il Oombero
Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Abraham,
the Mhwinnai) ii,.- Jewlah I'.......pi
f i 'onvi r.-i ,n Sal ii da> S: l",
r Ml > m .,i- .- ,n ,,f Mr. and
Mrs. Solomon Mlllman.
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1210S
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M Wailach
h'ii,in\ l". p.m. Sermon: "Arnold
Toj nhee und i Ida It
TEMPLE TlrERETH JACOB, tfll
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
^'i \.\..\ i'. ,, in Sei mo i \i>: v am
il || i 'nit) Within I Ivera-
ity Saturday 9 a.m Sermon: "Week-
ly Portion ol thi Law."
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TEMPLE ZAMOHa. 44 Zamora ava.
Conservative.
Frldn> :'" p.m, Sal irdaj 8:43 n m.
Id p.m. I: ii Mitzvah: Barry, aon "I"
Mr .in i Mra Ueralrl Vanka.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
Friday 8:30 p.m, Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man iii eonduci aervlcea. Oneg
Shabbal noata: .V. and Mra, Joseph
Si'herer In honor of ensrasement f
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Giant*.
i ii.r. H /: i p.m. Sermon: "Quit t,
'lease, ni'ii do i"-i Dlaturb." Ones
Khabbai boat: Slsttrhood, H.uurdaj i
a.m Sern.....i "And I Will Bleaa Them
that Bleaa Thee."
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13830 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Stcinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "The r.ith
We Traval." Baturdaj n a.m.
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VOUNO ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st at
Ortnor'tx. Raobi Sberwir maubsr.
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Coprfol Spofliorrf. By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Coordinated Boycott
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|A/E -JNITED STATES G .
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' '-.' have
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.')' though -i .'<
it rlei ; ;. .
>.'-r. / is irn{/' than .
: -. i. .. u menl i
The United v lartmenl <,f Agriculture
and t>M- Commodity Credit Corporation have t tented
''. contract /. !. carrying surahi
' '*rf rr,-,-:.< (/, Alii; COUfltl I frOffl It II
f.i<-ii ports The commoditie ire virtual g rta fi-
nanced by American laxpayef
The nil ting law require thai ball of the lain
rtaa sent broad mu I go la American ihlp Flic -i
fad > //- have permitted Arab governmenti through '
blacklist, to render certain American veete ind
otheri Ineligible f'.r carrying these ihipmenti
The Commerce Department has ii o engaged in
COll-'iboi ;ii|i>n with di .'ririiiri.i'ory Arab tactll By
laauanea of ffovernment praas releases, the Daparl
rwm advertises for bids In the United States by
Ami* League states engaged in discriminatory pur
chasing practices Rep RooaeveH termed laeh .
operation "shocking and unpardonaMa "
wtu-n Waxman Publications, Iflc of Log Ansssti
wrote to the s<< rotary <>' ( ommerea protesl >ip- it
i/.H releases ;r*i submit i-vid,-/i<-i- i,i i,i,-h/) practices
m solicitation of bids, (ha communication nas M
ferrod to Um Rate Depart mem 11m Kata Daparl
mini replied that "tin- us Guvi-rnmcni, ., matter
i settled policy, neither recognises nor condones
discriminatory procedures oi (orelgn buainaas Rrmi
or governments "
NevirlhHi'Sis, only ;i few blocks nway from the
State Dfbartmant, the Commerce Department con
tinned publishing dlscrlmutatory (.iik for Wdi
Th- fact u fhiit tba is Qovsrnmeni aids and
abata th- Nail-Ilka actions of the Arab League In the
Art ngrpatratloa of boycott againit us. oomsi
nle which afa "JtWlah owned" >r "employ a per-
ccniiiKc of Jewish personnel."
Hi'KanJIcxH ol the and-IsraH intent of the Arab
hoy colt, It in tUo n boycott against American citi
gfeg and American commerce. The Slat.' Depart-
ment hn* Ultttttd that n firm rejection of the boycott
by the United Slates miht make the situation worse
and "drivr the Arabs toward Moscow."
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...
' '-: if.
-. the 3ei
i*i i i
b ...
natfisaptsd
pe cast every po -..-. aensorj >t tnts hngc
-.; red icmg K to i lean-
ite piece ..'
T.'.> p'^:in by T nag -e
Babi Y:- bet re -.- la eerld bu:
sre ifnportjr;- the M,c .n Ye / poen .' ng now tnt fact that
-... para) the Bovna) Umea even
"- >: the ..-: eJesnenta of tne eoun-
7'" persoi : Premier Khrushenev la the
Bab V;- ;ffi i -/ saany Jews nd non-Jewi
mntr) have bee tching evei
e Soviet '.'..-. : that in : Ji-5 Mr
secretary >*-
-. Party -
if a i rver a monument eould beet
.: -.- iietin Thi
remin let to the
I to l
But ed be >>
*. -: ,?:.; ha- be I
Babi Yar
was turned d Soviet autborltie!
- /.i-. that under the town-|
Bab V:- ires wai tined to be con-
verted Into i lump Today, it is difficult for
even to get to B ibi Y ting Kiev
tei] tourists 'hat "they have never
Babi Yar Local eitizeni In Kiev shake
ind ir-. afraid to cuaclose Its whereabouts
ngners The mention of Babi Yar in connect.'..".
Were >f Jews became an offense, even
though during the v.ar and in the early post-war
II the lot -jounced the Babi Yar crime.
Th>- only one. who remember "he Babi Yar trage-
' Hie Jews of Kiev. On Yom Kippur eve, re-
led i 'he anniversary of the great masaacre,
they go lithily to 'he site of the slaughter to mourn
lead and pour out their hearts.
The mystery surrounding the official change in
the Soviet attitude toward the Babi Yar crime is
all the more puzzling because in 1SM5 the official So-
viet State Political Publishing House, Gospolitizdat,
was still permitted to issue a book >n it.
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OH LirttgwM Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Advanced Approval
%/ERY MUCH z
" Kennedy'] srifhes, Secret
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Ike| I:.-. E Stei -
:' the -.
here the ~>calle ms landed in their laps
.:ereard -ne;. cannot sna^e it .;::
j i ... -.rep U sader any dipiomau; ragj
,- srder it to *:: in ttne uuil thej natt t ap
portumtj A settling mere Lmnssolate, argent .
baa secretary geaMialship
the Besiia .-iue an: a divided Germany, atomic test-
ing, and general and complete disarmament
The Administration knows bos that, ;j^: as it
t aheayi call tne shots or. these p;
- enemy or with our allies or *
the so-called nation-rso it cannot con-
trol events srben the Arabs choose to push the Hid-
lie Ei->t ..-. lure And the Arabs have eh
The.-- are I i reports js of this date, before i
iealing Ith Qm Ar;b pel -
r. u the annual report of the din
: the ited N'auons Relief and Works Agenc;
lor ?j. Near East. The other
. special rep >n .-rdered last spring from the Pales
rr.rr.ission. which was told to
form the Assembl) n l later than Oct. 15. whether
- ha? beer, an) progress toward "rep^U
Igees into Israel territory or. alter-
^nsation of the refugees by Israel
It :s sufficient to point out that the Commission
had sent to the Middle East a special emissary, Dr
J >seph E. Johnson, president of the Carnegie Endow-
r.t for International Peace, who was told to look
> the entire Arab refugee problempast, present
and. if possible, future It is on the basis of his find
ings that the PC C. has framed its report. The Com-
mission consists of three mebers: the United State-
Erance and Turkey. The Arabs states have no direct
hand in the Commission's work. That is not the situ-
ation in regard to UNRWA. The Arabs have a good
deal to say about UNRWA and about the nature of
the report filed by that agency's chief, Dr. John H.
Da\.
Before Dr. Davis could file his annual UNRWA
report, he had to consult an Advisory Commission
especially appointed by the UN to ride herd over his
operations. There are nine members on that Com-
mission Belgium, France. Jordan, Lebanon. Turkey.
Egypt, Syria. Britain and the United States.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
How Pinsk, Plonsk Affected History's Course
liifliiwiHtliiiiiim'iMh'i
ttMMiinmiiiiiiiriiiinii>!mmi[
ON OCT. 14. the world took note of th<
75'h birthday of David Ben-Gunon |
Plonsk basked in glory.
This is not to say that Plonsk has n<
other reason for pride. Plonsk, wher
Ken Gurion lived there, was quite a re
spectable town. It was no metropolis, tol
be sure, no Warsaw, but there were peo-|
pie in Plonsk who had even been to War |
saw. It had a population Of some 12,000 of whom about
2,000 were Jews. It was on a main railroad line, something
of a distributing center for grain. Quite a town, still, no
one in Plonsk ever dreamed that one of its Jews would one
day be His Excellency.
The story of the emergence of Israel might be told un-
der ttv caption of Pinsk and Plonslf Some might put Plonsk
before Pinsk, and others Pinsk before Plonsk; but anyway,
Pinsk and Plonsk have to be in it. Weizmann hailed from
Pinsk.
To be sure, Weizmann always liked to hark back to
Motol, where he was born. When Weizmann once cam?
to Chicago, one of the galleries in the theatre in which he
spoke was reserved for former residents of Motol, who had
come to honor him. The total population of Motol was only
several hundred families, and- about half of them seemed
to have emigrated to Chicago. There is a story that one
of these former residents, very proud of his native town
had its name. Motol, in big Wttefs ver His Chicago home,
and that is how the term Motol arose; but f do not tak".
any stock in this story. Anyway, "Weizmann was a mere
lad when his parents moved to Pinsk.


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QARDENS, ord ng li thi
therec.f. recorded In Plat Pook r, at
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You are required to file your fcr,-
swei i" plaintiff's sot plaint with the
Cli rk i f t^e afori ai id
a copy thereof upon plaintiffs
attorney. MARTIN FINE, 14th I
Tade !' di ral Rulld
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NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 10E41
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each week I I consecutlvi week*
In "l HE JEWISH FLORIPIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mil
rd day of October A.D
1M1.
E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. I>ad County. Florida
l HELEN KESSLER
Deputy Clerk
ROGER H EDWARDS
" !:ed p.oad
Si ut n Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
thi arslgned, desiring to engage in
buslm ndei the fictitious nami of
PTION DELIVERY SERV-
I ... So ithwi .-t 7*th Curt.
a Intends to register
. with the Clerk of thi Clr-
.:: i i lade Count!
I BL1E Rl SENTHAL
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No. 61C 11026
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Yl ,RE HEREBY n quin ;
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NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
Nc. 52420
IN R] tl Of
HARRY IBAACSI IN
as, ll
To AH i Irediti i and mi I i si ni Ha
ini lalma or Demands Against Said and for Dade County t
Estati .
STi .. and each of you. are hereb)
notlfii d and required to present any
claims and .......a I which you, or
either : you, may havi against the
estate ol HARRY ISAACSON de-
ceased lati I i 'o<- i lounty, Florida,
:< t'.. Honorable County Judges ol
Dadi Cot nty, and t tin aami
In thi County < ?oui t-
nousi In Dadi County, Florida, with-
in -in months from the dateiattorni At
'. ::. : si publication hereof Bald | Dadi Federal
i anils to i on:. I
of the i laimant and to
be sworn to a esented
r same v be bam
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VI V H 'HNEIDER
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 10075
SUSAN I. BRANDY,
Plaintiff,
VS
DONALD H. BRANDT,
I ii fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: DONALD II. BRANDY
211 Augusta Drive, Apartment 2.
North Syracuse. New York
Yon DONALD H. BRANDY are here-
by notified that a Hill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed aK.ilnst
you, and you are required to serve a
Copj of your Answer or Pleading tl
the BUI "f Complaint on the plaint-
iffs Attorney, SANFORD M. BY7ERD-
L1N, Suite si Beybold Building, Mi-
ami. Count) of Dade, Florida and file
tbl original Answer or PloaAing in
thi of: a, of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court or before the Mth day of
ber, 1861. If you fall to do ho.
judgment by default will be taken
---- M you for the relief demanded
n thi Bill ol Complaint.
k NE AND ORDERED at Miami,
this Jlsl da) "f September,
A.I
l. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Mrcull Court
M CAVALARIS,
ity Clerk
SAM F, M SWERDL1N
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. rHI C RCUIT COURT OF THE
EE ENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FCR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 962P
SAVINGS AND 1/ >AN
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NOT.CE OF SUIT
HARLES Pi 'Lb" >M, JR and
PATSY li'l.si i.\l. his wlfi
l; Efi I DE N CE I' N K N (>W N
1 ..... hereby notified that th
abovi captioned action has been jn-
agalnst you In the Circuit
. i thi Judicial Circuit of Flor-
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IN THE CCL'NTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Nc. 53467 C
IN R- Bstati of
BAMUEL TE1TELBAUM

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit! rs and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims, or Demands Against Said
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V i are hereby notified and re-
i ti present any claims and de-
naanda which you may have against
i ti 1 BAMUEL TEITEL-
HaUM deceased late of Dadi County,
:" rlda to the County Ji^dgis of
nty, and file the same in
of" ..- s in the Count) I I
.-i Dade County Florida, within
six ca the from the dati
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CLAUDE M BARN
Attorney for Bxecuti
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
thi ItloUS nan i
SANDWICH SHOP at num-
irenui In ini City
tendi registei
thi -. 11 thi Clexk f. th e
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,-iosi .. mortgage upon the following
I. -. I bed real property:
Li 16, Block 21 I- list Addition to
MYRTLE GROVE, according to th
plal thereoi recorded In Plat Book
: ; i ,.v of thi Public Records
i i i adi i anty, Florida.
Yi u are required to file your an-
BWei plaintiff! complaint with the>
the aforesaid Court, ami
miii a ropy thereof upon plaintiff's
dARTIN FINE, Uth Floor
Building, Miami It,
Florida r.'t later than November 21st,
I lecri e Pro ("onfi sso will
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1 ..: tl tober 18, 1961.
E kTHERMAN Cli rk
rt, Dadi Count). Florida
(seali By HELEN KESS'LER
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NOTICE UNDER
PICTIT 0U8 NAME LAW
s HEREBY IVEN thi I
. engage In
the flotl mi me of
SCAPING SERVICK al
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s itli the Clerk
'ourt nf i de i 'ount>.
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10 20-27, n S-10
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
- HEREBY GIVEN that
. i desiring Io engage In
i the fictitious Dane of
POOD STORES at 6780 S.W.
B?nd intend to register .said
Clerk 1 of th. Circuit
i i i 'aii.ty, Liorlda.
i ERNARD GE1SERMAN
THEC>I>I>RE 1VKS
81DN1 V : I RONSON
Atti ni Applicants
I'l'USt Hide'.
UUSO-27, ll/S-10
Attoineyblci Apiiicant
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni'', r is HBRBBYverVEN that
ing ti engsse in
-. m the fictitious name of
.MARVTAJ VBNDTOtG n 201 N.W.
- Miami. Florida intends
:'. nami wJtb thi Clerk
orl of-Dad< i bounty,

SAM Ci iRP
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Israel No Longer
Alone, Golda Says
Continued from P9 1-A
facet, nd low*r on*". Th*r*
it no backward p*opt, \h* vid,
rir on* that cannot, givon th
opportunity, provicto for it*lf
and ttand on itt own foot. In the
cooperation that Uraol oxtondi
to the nrwly omorging nations
in Africa and Ana, tho pointed
out, lireel it not in a petition to
rertdor tubttential material aid,
but tendt to them qualified peo-
ple to help them in the thortett
period of time to telce care of
their own needt.
't hi rung to I'K- i,\ peare
with the Arab world, \!i Meir
declared that unfortunately 'his
' irt nol 'i<-(<'ni on how ardently
larael about .i month <,"' ei radio
a. i aira i -rii'ii that il would not
matter even if lirael were to agree
i'i lake back 300,000 Arab refogeei
A long ;- I rael exiata, it laid,
even >i confined only to Tel Aviv,
tii<' Ai;iiis will not make peace vwii
,t v.i- hope and with tin- Aralis iMoctnelOTa," she
ttated, hut w<- cannot lnrunmind
fui of tin- Arab tfareata."
Israel' most urgent need risbt
now U "Umi t'uril million" in its
ji-wi ii population, Mm Molr de-
CiaWOd. "Only wh-n will In-
xtnint!, only whr-n th- Arabs will
realise that tiny canoot annihilate
ii 'ill they ) ready 10 make
poaCO with us So I on if as they
believe thiit they can push ui Into
Ihe sea, Ihrr* will he no peace. We
cj i not eotnpare with them In num
ber I'.nl I third million Of .lews
Kettled in the Negee, working in
I i,ill's expanded industry, enjoy
mi/ ihe hich'f level of education
und rieiiliti' kill"-, will tie Ihe
II M i:uar>int<( thai DOfMM will
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Savings Accounts opened or added to through the 10th earn from the 1st.
*One to a family.
Sorry, no gifts by mail.
Se HaWa Espanol
DOWNTOWN:
100 N. L 2nd AVENUE
BRANCH:
BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA
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by ISABEL GROVE
Lorettfl Rosen and Mclvin H. Ohrbath couldn't bear the
,,. ttc.ufc btfpaiaicu even tor a lew weens while he mai
H.aiii mp lo -New YurK, o iney \e moved up iheir weu-
e ti Oct. 27. and will turn the trip into a honeymoon .
,; Mac Koscn, oi 3220 Sw 20th st., recently announced
emenl The soon-to-b Mrs. Ohrbach is a graduate
, ;h and attended the University ol Miami She just
ed from New York, where she attended school at the Paul
Actors Workshop and received a Martha Graham dance
hip Leading dancer ol the Miami Ballet for two ye
i :;-i -has studied with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, the
, ,. Ballet Theatre and the National Canadian Ballet .
' c-elecl has had many dramatic roles, too. twins nii>"*rpl
, Back Little Sheba," "A Hole in the Head." and "Gigi,"
,., ihe' ( produced m Miami Her professional activities
i de 'oca! TV aid the Red sk-it-m show ""i- fiance is the
, trended Lawrence Hieh and Rutgers Preparatory School, and
diploma irom the University of Alabama His fraternity
i. Si em a Alpha Mu, and he is presently with .Ionian Marsh .
o her young couple with marriage on their minds is .loy
.-' S'eohan a. Rubin They r* v'siti""? w;'h Stenhen's
i rents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rubin, 601 S\V 45th ave., who are
.<.-r fiituiw r*uhter-n-Iaw for the fir*t time "The
hi elect is 'he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Solove, of C!*i-
I i where her fiance ;^ a nuclear chemist with Pattelle Instl
\ spring wedd'ng is planned.

Charming grouo of women lunching at the Eden Roe last
Saturday Pretty brunette. Mrs. II. Charles Riker. in hot pink
I n sheath with tangerine trim She's a former Miss Coca-
and played the lead in the English production of Oklahoma
< w Irvine if Huntington, L.I.. she's v'siting with her mother
v Marie Gottlieb, who was obviously very proud of her daugh-
lei Long*time friend. Mrs Alex Gordon, wife Of the Com-
missioner, lovely in turquois< linen with seli-embro'derv, set off
bj a magnificent cameo brooch Mrs. Hildegarde Kohler's nun:
it. frock, bound in pink, highlighted with one ot the new pasiel
b< aded bibs and earrings to match Vivacious Kav Daspin M>1
of) her dark hair with a pristine white raw silk tailleur And
rothy iMrs. David) Harris, making her first public appearance
she fractured a toe, wore a pale orchid gown, trimmed with
i on lace.
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Delightful luncheon riven bv Mrs. David Mukat at her hc^e
oi North Shore dr.. Monday, for members of American Jewish
i ,-..... who will act as hostesses at the tea and fashion show to
t held next mot th al 'he Carillon hotel .. .
The invitation to cocktails and open house at 6330 SVV 118 h
a replica of the door to Rona and Shelly Aberman's magnifi-
es r.cw home Party foi over 100 will be Sunday. Nov. 5 .
i sister and brother-in-law, Barbara and Marvin Ha\-n,
v II back from Nassau, where they're spending a vacation de
Signed c rest, in time tor the party But the two cute Ab-r
I a youngsters. Howard, almost 4. and Lori. IVi, will probably
be I to their own wing of the house for the evening.

Linda Lee Garden, of Coral Cables. Hying up to Washington,
D.< tins weekend, lor graduation exercises at George Washing-
toi Uiw school Her fiance, Stuart I.ubitz. second In his class,
will receive bis sheepskin on Saturday He'll add it to his
i piome Irom Miami High, two degrees in engineering, and grad-
uation with honors from the University of Florida He's also
president of I'i Lambda Phi, and a member of COIK, legal honor-
ary Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crowell. 1721 SW 23rd st.,
S u"! has joined the olfiee of general counsel of Ford Motor Co.
in Dearborn, Mich. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garden,
"700 A.hambra dr., Linda will receive a sheepskin oi her own
Irom itie University of Miami in June .
Two other Coral Gableites. Joan Temchin and l.ibby Toback.
attending the University of Maryland, have been pledged to Phi
ma Sigma, rational sorority Parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Max Temchin, 4850 Biltmore dr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Toback.
A ii Maggiore.

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Miami, Floridc, Friday, October 20, 1961
Section 3
Firs! thing the Nat Adlers did when they came down Irom
Palm Beach was to-take son Irv and beauteous wife, Helene, to
dinner at King Arthur's Court ... .
Back Irom an extended trip abroad are Tillie and Sam Schachno
. Spent the Muh Holv Dav* in Israel with his father and helped
I celebrate hi- <5th "birthday Then it was Tillies turn for
several weeks in Switzerland with her tamily After a short
bus.m s- trip to W. Germany, the Schachnos flew to New York and
spent a week With daughter. Juliette, her husband. Sheldon Roth-
berg, a-u t.ieir adorable grandchildren. Esther. 4 and t-haya. 2 i
Residents here for 23 years. Mr. and Mrs. Schachno live at
4515 Shi ridan ave. ... ,. .. ,,
Si htseeing and visiting with family was the combination
thfl made Mr and Mrs. Jerome Kimball s vacation a delightful
one. too In New York, there was Mr. K's sister Lillian Kim-
t a Gordon and in Akron. O.. and Pittsburgh, Pa., relatives on both
.id's as well as a meeting with daughter-in-law, the former Lain. I
Ison, paving her parents a visit ... 'I he Kimballs back now at
157 SW 12th st.. but not for long they'll be packing in December
lor the move into their new home in the Terrace rowers.
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Not even certain how to pronounce Mahatla Srinagar but the
card from Anna and B-m Meyers explains that its a "delightful
village in the Himalayas" They're in a palace formerly owned
by a Maha-i'iah. and are being treated like royalty, which is
as it should be ... i f.
Shirley and Abe Huber returned lo their Alton id. home alter
several weeks of combining business and pleasure in the north
. Stayed at the new Summit hotel in Manhattan, and round it
very elaborate, but were most impressed with its antiseptic qual-
ity, so dilferent Irom most of the city which is so old While
Shirley visited every art gallery she has a charming one her-
self at the Deauville hotel Abe played the Deal. N.J.. golt course
which he dubbed "superb" Play-going they did together, and
saw everything Broadway had to offer.
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A sister she hasn't seen for 60 years was waiting to greet Mrs.
Bessie Rubin when she arrived in Sao Paulo. Brazil, several weeks
ago They were separated in Poland and were unable to tind
one another until 12 years ago. when Mrs. Rubin got the faintest
hint that Brazil might have the answer ... She contacted the
Brazilian Consul here, thev looked through his city directory, and
the rest was a matter of exchanging letters and inlormation .
An added bonus will be a brolher-in-law. two nephews a niece,
and nine grand-nieces and nephews Waiting excitedly to hear
all her mother's news is Mrs. Rose Schreidell in the home they
s! are at 1239 SW 23rd st. __ .
longtime Dade countian. Mrs. William (Janet) Friedman,
mother of Judge Milton A. Friedman, will convalesce at the home
daughter, Mrs. Bernard Sutta. when she leaves Merc;. Hos-
pital next week.
Mrs. Tcna de Gamez Gres (left), well-known
author and lecturer, is seen with three promi-
nent Miami women leaders who will be
among the hostesses at the gala Israel Bas
Mitzvah dinner Saturday evening at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel. They are Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
Mrs. Scm Weissel and Ivlrs. H. Franklin Wil-
liams. Mrs. Jack Katzman, chairman ol the
Women's Division icr Israel Bonds, sponsors
oi the event, said that a capacity attendance
is expected at the dinner.
' Stanley Myers to Speak on Installation
Of FJWO Officers Here on Oct. 27
Mrs. Julius Spector has been
named co-chairman ior the
Cedars oi Leoanon tribute
dinner Oct. 31 ct the Barce-
lona hotel. Mrs. Spector will
work aiong with Mrs. Joseph
Schafier on the dinner com-
mittee. The cannei wi.l honor
Mrs. Specior's in-laws, the
Samuel J. Spectors, oi Miami.
iSee story Page 5-A.)
Southgate Slates
Oneg Shabbat
Southgate group of Hadassah will
hold its first monthly Oneg Shab-
bat on Saturday. 2 p.m., in the
Recreation room of Southgate
Towers.
Mrs. Henry' Schwartz, vice presi-
dent of education, will preside. The
invocation will be given by Mrs.
Isaac Weinstein.
As part of the. program, there will
be a discussion of the United Na-
tions, with Mrs. C. Krupit. Mrs.
L. Ellin and Mrs. E. Emanuel par-
ticipating.
Rabbi Henry B. Wernick will be
guest speaker and review the
"Book of Jeremiah."
Mrs. Flora Rifkin will be "angel"
of the day, and Mrs. Edv ard Sie-
i el 111 i" :: oharj e of the social
hour to follow.
Stanley C. Myers, nationally-
known welfare and philanthropic
leader, will address the Federation
oi Jewish Women s Organizations
at the group's annual installation
luncheon Oct. 27 in the Seville ho-
tel.
Mrs Milton Sirkin will take of-
lice as president, with Mrs. Jean
Membership Tea
At Beth Sholom
S'sterhood of Temple Beth Sho
lorn held its annual menibor>h p
tea on Wednesday at 1 p.m.. in the
Sisterhood lounge according ;
announcement by Mrs. Harvey E.
Kramer, president.
"(Jetting to Know You" was the
them" of the program, and in hon-
or ol United Nations Week, the
decor featured the UN. Mrs. Da-
vid Druckcr, program chairman.
presented the University of Miami
, al comedy singers, d n <: by Ladislao Vaida. former Euro-
pean r:1 '..v. Singers were Am
Congelo. Bill Bastham .:nd Jean
Vaida, accompanied by Minn R-t-
skir.
Mrs. Robert Jaffe was chairman
oi the day. and serving on her
imittee were Me-dames Snlo
mon Goldman. J. Bernard Spector,
Jack Wagner. Paul Stern. Philip
Schlissel, Will'am Yanowitz, Ben-
jamin Mandell, Rae Murray. Eli
Katzin, Marvin Cooper. Maury
Olinick. Eli Meitzer. Ralph Spere
and Al Goldman.
Overall chairman was Mrs. Jack
Shapiro, vice president ot member-
ship.
C. Lehman, firs' president ol the
organitaction, serving as installing
officer,
Myers. ;i Miami attorney, was
the fours ding president of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation from
1838 to 1941. lie was again presi-
dent in 1954-55, and served as cam-
paign criairman lor the Greater Mi-
ami Combined Jewish Appeal In
1M3 and 1947.
A trustee "1 Mt. Sinai Hospital,
Myers lso has served as vice presi-
di nl i'i the Dade County Welfare
Manning Council
chairman ot the
( i nil ot Social
On i he national
a pasL national
and a- general
Greater Miami
Agencies.
scene, Myers Is
president ol the
Council ol Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, and a life board
member and member ol the ex-
ecuuVe committee ol that organiza-
tion. He is a member of the board
(! trustees "t the National Founda-
tion for Jewish Culture, and serves
numerous CJFWF committees.
Mrs. Lehman will e installed as
honorary president at the lunch-
eon, Taking office as vice presi-
dents Will be Mrs. Meyer BggnatZ,
Mrs. George Simon. Mrs. Charles
Fcinberg, and Mrs Dorothy Kne
ger Kink. Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer will
be in stalled as corresponding sec-
retary, and Mrs. Larry Friedland
aa recording secretary.
Mrs. Charles Fcinberg. chairman
ol the day, tions should be made through the
(ireatcr Miami Jewish Federation.
Cantata al Women's Meeting
A car.ata. 'The Bar Mitzvah of
a Land," written by Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz and directed bv Mrs.
Robert Rloeh. was presented at
Temple Menorah Sisterhood meet-
ing Wednesday evening. Sisterhood
I tlert. Mrs. Ray Morse, wel-
comed mi iricni.s.
Miami Group
Hos Fashion Show
MSOtnl group Of Miami Hadassah
was to present its anual fashion
shnvi on Thursday, 8:15 p.m., at the
Miami Elks Club.
"Wha' the Well-Dressed Hadas-
sah Member Wears" was to be the
thr-me.
Fashions modeled by members
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Jack Buchsbaum, Joseph Shapiro, Leonard
F.-sen, Moses H. Rosenhouse, Samuel Rein-
bardi and Murray C. 3erkowitz. Not shown
are Mesdames Jerome Bienenfeld. Charles
Bogin, Jonah E. Caplan, Irving Firtel, Alex-
ander S. Gross, Frieda Koch, end Harold
Reinhari.
pital, Cedars of
Oct. 29. in the m<
be an isol
nintj machine for I
cancer.
The laboratory and mac.
were ep,d9.wed.,.to the hospital by;
the local chapter of the L:
Order of True Sisters, a group |
which has dedicated itself to re-1
search and treatment of car..
The isotope lab at Cedar- -
another marker in the In
clinical work of the local chapter.
The 260-memher Miami chapter
also has established isotope labora-
tories at Mt. Sinai Hospital and
maintains the Tumor Clinic at Va-
riety Children's Hospital.
To alleviate discomfort ani sut-
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Savings and Loan Assn 1244 v. lap-
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chool Leaders Take Over Job Of Laying Bricks
e building crew at ttie new He- recent campaign will become an. dent of the Hebrew Academy PTA,
Academy on Pine Tree dr. 'honorary bricklayer" and be giv-: ,lanning committee consists of
24th st- will stop work for one i en the opportunity to participate in j Mos(|ames Zvi Ber-er Arthur A
.tfiile the Hebrew Academy a special ceremony on Wednesday. Bergman, Murray Berkowitz. Je-
ll a.m., at the new Academy s site. pome Bieneneldt Charles Bogin.
A "workman's box lunch" will .Jonah E. Caplan. Irvinn Firtel.
be served to all brick purchasers
in a section of the new building
which was just completed.
Under the chairmanship of Mrs
Leonard Rosen, heading the cam-
paign, and Mrs. Jack Buchsbaum,
co-chairman, the goal of the drive
is to raise $50,000. at the cost of $13
per brick. Proceeds of the brick
campaign will go toward the Ida
Appel Memorial Auditorium, a pro-
ject undertaken by the more than
800 members of the women's group,
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president, ex-
plained.
Emanu-EI PTA
Meets Wednesday
Members oi the Par.>:it Teacher
Assn. of Temple Emanu-EI will
jet together for their annual "Kof-
fee-Klatch" in Sirkin Hall on
Wednesday, li) a m.
President of the group La Mrs.
fering of cancer patients, SO True Elliot Harris, who will luce
>n, joined by the PTA, will be-
.vmenting bricks into the walls
the new structure.
With trowel in hand, each woman
|v. ':> has purchased a brick in the
Research Unit
[Meeting Here
Miami Beach chapter of the Child-
Iten's Asthma Research Institute
|and Hospital was to hold a general
m 'ting Thursday, 8 p.m.. at Wash-
ington Federal Savings and Loan
Assn.. 1244 Washington ave.
Mrs. Sidney Riterman, president,
said the evening's discussion would
include final plans for a card and
The formal ceremony will be con-
ducted by Mayor Kenneth Oka, of
Miami Beach, together with Mayor
Robert King High, of Miami, Mayor
games party to be held on Oct. 31 j^ scm^ of Surfside. and
a; the home of Mrs. Bert Faibisch,
2203 No. Bay rd.
Lawrence Bietz. chairman
ways and means committee,
i report on the progress made
i the ill-star show Saturday even-
Dec. 2, at the Miami Beach
tyeea Benevolent Hall. 920
rd.
Mayor Shepard Broad, of Bay Har-
bor. Principal speaker will be
Gabriel Heatter. noted television
commentator.
Assisting Mrs. Rosen will be Mrs
Jack Buchsbaum, chairman of the
day, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, presi-
dent of the Hebrew Academy wom-
en, and Mrs Sheldon Dearr, presi-
Alexander S. Gross, Frieda Koch.
Harold Reirhard, Samuel Rein-
hard, M. H Rosenhouse and Julius
Rosenstein.
Sisters m >: or.ee each week where
j they have made 123,000 lozefl
sings of various shapes ind sizes
o be distributed to indigent can-
cer patients.
The group also provide.* fu
to purchase nuclear badges f>r
the protection of hospital person-
nel, as well as patients.
Mrs Fred Fuller is president of
the local chapter. Mrs. Louis Lon-
don is project chairman.
members of the PTA board, dis-
:uss the organization's plan, and
program for the c irrenl school
ear. and announce the names of
women who have volunteers 1 u be
room mothers this term
Also on the agenda is a discjs-
sion of the PTA-sponsored c >tliUon
classes that meet on Tuesday even-
ings at the synagogue, and t:iR
scheduling of the annual .Spring
Carnival.
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Mrs. Roosevelt ,
To Speak Here
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt will l
speak at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium on Thursday. Oct. 26. 8 p.m., i
at a meeting which will highlight;
the celebration of United Nations
Week, being observed Oct. 22 to 28,
and climax an ail-Florida drive for
increased, membership in the
American Assn. for the United Na-
tions.
The mcc'ing here is sponsored
by Ihe Greater Miami chapter of
the AALN.
Mrs. Roosevelt, who is chairman
Ol Ihe AALN committee on chap-
ters, will announce t h e winning
chapter and proent the award at
'his event.
Officers of the Iham Laches Club see a demonstration of a new
Viso Cardiette electrocardiograph, purchased by their latest
contribution to National Children's Cardiac Hospital. Demon-
strating the device is Dr. Francisco A. Hernandez, c'inical di-
lector of "the hospital that never sends a bill," while Iham's
rast president, Mrs. Mose A. Albert (left), and president, Mrs.
Robert B. Allen, look on.
Beach YMHA Unit To Meet Tuesday
Birthdays Will
Be Celebrated j
First birthday party of the sea-
son for reddens of Douglas Gar-
dens will be given by the Greater
Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jewish
Home for the Aged, on Sunday.
2 p.m., at the Home.
Mrs. Larry Sdverman. president
of the Auxiliary, will greet resi-
dents and guests. Mrs. Louis Mak-
ovsky. program coordinator, has
announced a musical program with
entertainers Florence Praisman.
Lottie Kippel and Herman Altman.
Hostesses for the party, which
honors residents who have birth-
days in September and October,
will be members of the Sadie
Kriegal Birthday Club.
Floridian founders and friends of Technion, Israel Instituta
of Technology in Haifa, honored Jacob R. Sensibar, preside I
of the American Technion Society, at a reception held at the
home of Jack Katzman, 3122 Pine Tree dr., Miami Beach. At
the function, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin (left and center mace
a contribution of 525,000. Lcckina on is Mrs. Louis Gicsse-.
Leaders1 Seminar Due on Tuesday
Pinnicr Women's Council (!
Greater Miami will sponsor its third
annual Leadership Training Semi-
nar on Tuesday beginnu a at 10
a.m. in the Algiers hotel. Co-
chairmen are Mrs. A. Seltzer and
Mrs. Marion Meyer.
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Mr> Sophie Krantz. president of
Club 1, announces the following
slate of officers tor the coming
year:
Mesdames Simon Wilensky, vice
president; Leah Notkin, col
| pending and financial secret] .
| Minnie Rawer, treasurer: and *..i-
lit Dukler, recording secretary
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Kadimah chapter will hold i
Child Rescue party on Saturday
mmne. Oct. 28. at Miami Hebrew
Congregation. Program will in-
clude games and refreshments.
Co-chairmen are Mesdames -1-
via Kes6ler, Ida Meltzer and M:. 'U
I Feld.
The home of Mrs. William Suss-
man will be the setting, for a mem-
bcrship brunch to be held by the
Women's Division of the Miami
Reach YMHA The anual affair
will take place Tuesday morning.
10 a.m., when members of the or-
ganization will play host to the
many women who plan to join.
Program will be presented in the
form of an original skit entitled
"Getting Down to Earth." The skit
was written by Mrs. Albert Som-
imrs, and the cast includes:
Mesdames Philip Samet, Sidney
Lang. Arnold Rosen. Marshall
Rerkson, Norman Giller, Jerome
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Potashnick, Solomon Kami, Albert
Ossip. Samuel Oka, Ira Randall,
Harold Vinik and Robert Gross-
man. Musical accompaniment lor
the -kit will be provided by Mrs.
Jacob Katzman.
Mrs. Sussman and Mrs. Robert
Grossman are co-chairmen for the
affair, and Mrs. Norman Giller is
the president of the organization.
The Miami Beach YMHA is a
branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center and a bene-
j ficiary agency of the United Fund
and the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
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"een-Ctcjers of Beth David religious school who hood program chairman, Edwin Pont, Aliz
ill participate in the Torah Fund program Rosenkranz, Susan Hammersmith, Stuart Rose,
yen by Sisterhood are (left to right) Patti Dorene Ross Robert Covin, and Fred Silver-
l;s3, Kcien Feingoli, Mrs. Angel Ross, Sister- man at the piano.
.earn the Horah, Support Torah At Beth David
Corro'eta Catering Facilities for that
Special Party served in superb fashion
within a lu wil. ref:ct your good taste.
CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS WEDDINGS ^'
BANOUETS MEETINGS PARTIES *l5^j
A Tete a tete or a gaia celebration
with 3.500 guests.
EAUVILLE
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BILL GOLDRING. Catering Director
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lorah. Th. is the theme of Beth
avid Sister-owls program Thurs-
la> evening, Oct. 25, at the syna-
ogue auditorium.
I."We offer everyone in the com-
puoity ar opportunity to learn
his wonderful Israeli folk dance,"
r.i Mrs. Angel ROSS, program:
Ihairman.
! Teenage rremberi of Beth David i
Hebrew school will give a song and
dance performance and teach the
Hora and other Israeli dances to
adults.
The Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America is helped by the
Torah Fund of the National Wom-
en's League. The League is the
parent organization of Sisterhoods
affiliated with Conservative syna-
gogues.
leception Guests List Over 400
A 65ft. buffet tab'e marked the
far Mitzvph receor.oit honoring
frank Klein last Sunday. The re-
ption was in th* form of a
|a"dlelight ceremony at Temple
moral).
Frank is the son of Cantor and
lr> Edward Klein, of Temple
lenorah.
For the occasion, Mrs. Klein
Adrienne), chose a white silk or-
ganza gown with gold brocade
Mice anr* matching gold shoes.
5ome 400 tJests attended the re-
ception.
R-ibbi anfl Mrs. Mayer Abramo-
itz, spiritual leader of Temple
BMenorah, lit the first candle. Mrs.
. tramowitz (Rachel) chose black
hiffon with cowl neckline and an
orchid corse ye.
Black was also the choice of
Cenevieve ReVitZ, Bea Frankel.
and Lee Siegel. Muriel (Mrs.
Larry) We-ron, past president of
Opti-Mrs., wore an ensemble of
champagne silk brocade. Mrs. Ben
(Molly) Fabric was in pale blue,
and Sisterhood president, Mary
Mcrse. chose yellow linen.
The cake was a replica of Tem-
ple Ner Tamid. ushered in by the
Klein youngsters Honey, Judy.
Linda, and brother Alan. Also
among guests were Miami Beach
Vice Mayor Malvin Englander and
his Sophia, and William Malcolm
and his Gloria.
Catering was by Sand-Ell.
Funds are raised through the
Torah Fund to train rabbis, teach-
ers and cantors The funds also
maintain its television programs
and the nationally broadcasted
Eternal Light radio program.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Beth
David's spiritual leader, will
Speak at the event, and Cantor Wil-
liam Lipson will sing and conduct
the Sisterhood choir, whose mem-
bers are the Mesdames David Al-
terman. Roy Mack. Irving Wemer,
Issie Ram. Murray Turetsky. and
Manuel Lubel Mrs. Michael Covin
will play the piano.
have a truly luxurious
wedding
bar mitzvah
banquet
at the exciting
Dramatic Play Review
Pat Bromberg will present a dra-
matic play review at Surfside Town
Hall on Wednesday. 8 p.m. Pro-
ceeds are for the Surf-Bal-Bay Li-
brary in Surfside. Mrs. Milton
Levinson. vice president of the
group, is chairman. Mrs. George
Valentine is president.
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We
<
the
Women
OOBOrMf
V.tVAN OF THE WEEK
s^ 3 i; p.-jpck-:: a-:
- A f: : '.-:.
u --.-- wah \ Detr Dot
.-... -.
- sties -.-.eels
[n Detroit sen r.jck a hasnhor <2ea.er.
- to tie office to try so be
She --" I kxow a '.' .-
k 2.: once sne bod i teste
oc One day, a Criead
pr railed ipoa her tc po to an American Jew-
% if 5hr bad*. I i--.
too meet of,, ber fe no doubt would have been
- iifferem Fasessaaifld al Mice Dorothy
ime ..- short index president, natior.*. nee
president and notional ebairman of a co:.
tioai in Washington On moving to Miami the
decided ihe bod done her share of orgaruza-
....-. work but realizing that everyone ha- a
responsibilit) to their community, Dorohy
starte-j ----- she left off in Detroitwith a
feu new Ideas thrown in for good measure.
. president /. Jewish Vocational Service, which
'- She active in Greater Miami Jewish
srati .- many iding the United Jewish Appeal. She
: the F-^eration of Jewish Women's Or-
hich ibe presently a vice president These are just
< the man) vital things thai Dorothy is doing, along with discus-
group pianmng for Baj Divul 10 National Council of Jewish Women.
consMief .' a Hisewife. She is a housewife-plus.
hoi '- her time to get in her knotting. She's
era! -tunning dresse- cooks her husband's and two sons' favo-
.--.--. reads the latest fiction and non-iiction, and watches her
:- .al program- on televisionnot Westerns. Dorothy has a very en-
. ..sg way with people, and mary come to her to ask her advice and
iC
ibe and her husband have traveled all over the United States On
; r next vacation, they hope to go to Israel which is a long time
< n When they came to Miami an vacations, they liked it sc much
I retired here to live It mignt be better if they don't go to visit in
el??j
it ec
r-CMG KONG ON FORTY-SEVENTH STREET
food was absolutely exotic at Joyce (Hit. William) Kogen's
1 neon Yellow and white mums earned out the colors of Imperial
e? i The lavish butfet table had unusual dishes, including Chinese
and -our chicken with black walnuts. Joyce brought this recipe
li'jnz Kong herself The only thing to mar the Chinese decor and
i u was a birthdaj cake for Gj lc Mrs. Samuel Berlin She loves
- date Among 'he gues;- were Mr- David Harris. Mrs. Sol Gold-
f Mr Edmund Brant, and Mrs. Alexander Robbins.
* *
ALi-IGATOR HUNT
and Natalie Li< their three children and their dog. Tally
live in Whispering Pines Last week, some one spied an alligator.
the second mm that has been found since they started digging
itler Ridge Canal The children were put to bed. and the neighbors
the headlights of their car., gleaming, patrolled the streets. Finally
i is cornered. What happen. I then can t be told. It is a five-hundred-
r to hoot an alligator This alligator was about five feet Ions;.
re getting ^mailer because the first one found there was eight feet.
It as quite an exciting neighborhood par;- Ms i II gave Natalie tome-
ngto wnte about to her father and mother, Dr and Mrs Morris Good-
1. in Jacksonville.
* *
REUNION IN PHILADELPHIA
First it was a stop in Baltimore for Rose Mr- Alexander K
-i' her mother. Mr- William J Morstein. Then on to Philadelphia.
i re she will attend the receptioi for Lil Coleraan's daughter. Lil used
li ve here in Miami. Many year- ago, in college. Lil, who at that time
didn't know sh< was going to lose her sight in later years, met May Da "
vidi v. who doesn't see and who teaches at the Overbrook School in
I I adetphia. Rose, who i- j friend of both of them, la meeting them
f< I lunch to talk over old tin

THEY JOINED THE UNION
II was a baby-sitting weekend for Dr and Mrs Meyer BggnatZ To
tona Beach went Dr and Mrs Lee E^natz for a brief holiday They
U Susan, four and a half. Stevie, three, and baby Marcie. nineteen
n i ths, with their grandparents Grandma Rena said it is easier to take
of thre<- at a time. They help one another, play and go to sleep
MS proper time No doubt the children were exhausted from the
j rtey to the toy shop and the doting attention thev were receiving
*
CKE TRIP IS ENOUGH
Thelma Lencer hasn't recovered from her summer vacation yet. It
v ; one of those things that you wouldn't take ten-thousand dollars tor,
but wouldn't give one penny for another. Dick came home and said,
re leaving tomorrow A friend has lent me his two motored plane
a pilot." So away they went with their excited three children. Wayne,
Shfrrie, and Maxine They vent to New Orleans. Grand Canyon, the
Petrified Forest, Carlsbad Cavern'sin fact the whole big West.
At Yosemite. no accomodations were available They had to camp
Out in a tent Sherrie went to fill the wa'er bucket, which is an experi-
? a I she will never forget, because she bumped smack into a bear. The
h* ar was as scared as shp The flying at times was nerve-wrackingas
they went through some violent thunderstorms. Whenever they bumped,
%r baby would say, "ohooo. there's a pebble in the sky There were
a lot of pebbles on this trip.
Miss Miller Weds
Kenneth Kaplan

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"'
afDa-
Mr
ad Mrs. I rt I
groom's parents are
':.- and Mrj Harrj M Kaplan
Sautilui :r
- -= the bride's
stei Mr- J-y Miller and
" Tie bride's
M Arisen Miller and Miss
i -. eere Junior bndes-
. :
m*a a as the bride's brother.
Daniel 3 Miller Her other
roth r Miller and Theodore
- and Jonathan Kaplan were
tsbers
Mewiywed Mrs Kaplan chose a
prmc ml >ce gown
featuring ped lahrina neck-
g inert I -. -- -- com-
ing t j point : a h n The
_^:.-
Fhday, Oetobs
20- 196\
r a

fait :.- > r.:ch ter-
minated in 3 flowing chapel tram.
Her matching ehantiU) iace cap.
with a pearl orop had layers of
oouf veiling of French illusion.
T.-.e bride attended Miami Beach
High School, where she belonged
o Jays 3 r.ai B'nih. graduated
from Oxford School, and was a
student at the University of Mi-
I mi.
OUrS. KfNNfTH KAPLAH
The groom graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High and the l. tversity
ol Florida His fraternity was Tau
Epsilon Phi
Reception followed at (he home
of the bride's parents The coupie
;li K t h-^Te a'. 1430 S-i Treasure
dr.. Miami Beach
R$. MAKSHAU MAJOR
Block, Fishbein To Live in N.Y.
Deere | Country Club in
Greenwich Conn., was the s'.te o!
the marriage of Anne Mama,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs I. Leo
Fjboein, i5^5 Pine Tree dr.. and
Alar. Robert, son ol Mr and Mrs
Louis Block, t: Harrison. N'.V.
The 5 X1) p.m ceremony on Sun
day, Ocl 15 was performed by
Rabbi Irving Kosloue. A recep-
tion and forma! dinner followed at
:ub.
For her v. the former
Miss Fishbein chose a Qoor-h h
Sown cf white [k and reembroid
French al.icj". lac
utti i bodice featured a aabrina
teckline, and the bell shaped skirt.
vith iace applique, terminated in
a chapel train. Her waist-length
tulle veil was attacled to a cr in
of lace and seed pearls, and she
carried a bouquet ot white roses.
lily of-the-\alley, and babies breath
The bride was attended by her
sister. Karena Fishbein, maid of
honor Adrienne Niederman, Bar-
bara Zasscnhaus and Lucille Lip-
pil were bridesmaids.
Paul Block, brother of the bride
grorm, was -Se-t man. and Norman
Merwise served as usher
The new Mrs. Block was grad-
Schwartz, Doshay
Wedd-nginl.A.
Lil i. a :
Scbwartt
on Sun
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Major, Frank
Exchange Vows
Miriam Soe Frank and Marshall
S Major exchanged 7:30 p.m. wed-
dina vows at the Deauville hotel
on Saturday evening. Oct. 14 Rao-
bi Norman Shapiro officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Albert J Levir.e. #49 Mil-
ler rd.. Coral Gables. The groom
is the son of Mr asd Mrs Harry'
Mayerowitz. 5401 Mag^'.ore. Coral
Gables.
The bride attended the Interna-
tional College in Cannes. France.
University of Alabama, and grad-
uated from the University of Mi-
ami. She is a fourth grade teach-
er.
Mr Major went to the University
of Vermont and University of Mi-
ami He saw two years of service
in Korea, and la now in business
in Miami He is a member of the
National Propeller Citrb.
Reception and dinner followed
al Ihe Deauville hotel. After a
honeymoon in G: I ie couple
v ill be at home a: 1600 >o Bay-
shore dr.. Miami
fright- ..
thJ
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led L-
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a- ehoc4 a Mss ..'',
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Serving him as man m
eouain, '*.m.3t :. .. and
usr.ers were Larr> Zessnaa Jcel
Schwartz ani Philip P.'-:
Ait-.-.- a r me).. on U >p to San
Francisco and t u newly-
weds will live a: 481d W sania
Barbara ave. Lo Angeli Call
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kHi. JERRY SCHWAP71
Fr. Gibson in Talk
For their first fail mi "'
hers of Shosbana chapter ol B'uJi
B'rith Womei; had as the
speaker Fr. Theodore R "
of the Christ Episcopal Churcli and
president of the Id "'''
kssn. for Advancement Ol '
People. Fr. Gibson du issed
Cause of the Freed
UOted Irom Miami Beach Hi '"'
Brandeis Universit
Her husband is ah
of Brandeis Univ'ersitj and i"
business b; New York City. he
the young ccupie will live ''"''
a Caribbean honeytnojn.
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Friday. October 20, 1961
*Je*ist> FhrSdliaiin
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yours,

SISTERHOOO o: Temple Beth
Sliolom presented two per-
formances last we^end of their
;.ri'_.iial musical comedy aptly
entitled "Wbo M'i-'ds Money?."
Botl Salurda an I Sunday night
were fullhouses, and to us the
well-dressed a;dience proved as
ir.tcrtstine as tne show.
Mrs, James Albert, wife of the
president of the Temple, wore
the always appropriate black silk
sheath. The bade of her bodice
wa> the full blouson, with this
effect achieved with wide panels
-ji the J-iik.
Mrs. Burt Ki'n's ensemble was
one that created a two-piece ef-
fect Her bod en was of white
cliirny lace cut loosely and
a "ay from the liody. Her full
>kirt was of click silk chiffon,
and n nile green ^i'k chiffon
cummerbund circled her waist-
line. She also wore a pair of
matching greea drop earrings.
Hack si- itiontung was the
phoice of M-s. Nirman Arkin.
(irr sheath la cowled
neckline that was t"..:>h in front
and tipped to a low V in the
back, A large self-fabric bow
was at the bottom of the V line.
Mrs. 1. H. Etudniok wore a white
silk orgasm sheath embroidered
with pink flowers under a petal
pink silk organza theatre coat
cut with a full shawl collar.
President of the Sisterhood.
Mr.-. Harvey Kramer, chose a
print in geld, yellow and orange.
The dress fabric was an im-
ported textured cotton challis cut
in the sheath silhouette and trim-
med with gold velvet. She made
tfte matching pillbox hat that she
wore.
Mrs. Solomon Margolis chose
a peacock blue silk dynasty da-
mask toppei with a black cash-
mere sweater anpliqued in a
matching shade of blue, and high-
lighted with white ar.d fuschia.
Another dress aid sweater en
.emble was worn by Mrs. Ber-
nard Spector, Har silk shantung
sheath was m a muted shade of
Shocking pink, and the matching
pink ( ashmere wjs trimmed with
the same fabric, her accessories
were all in pink
PP
folds, with short sleeves, a fit-
ted bodice, and sheath skirt. Mrs.
David Drucker chose a silk print
in white and royal blue. Draped
across the back cf her shoulders,
the dress had a capelette effect.
Mrs. Edmund Brandt selected
an imported French voile print.
The sheer black fabric featured
pink roses on long green stems
in a vertical print. Her silhou-
ette was the new semi fitted, with
the long torso line ending in a
hip-length flounce. The neckline
was high and rounded, and the
three-quarter sleeves featured
the Japanese lantern shape.
Black silk crepe was worn by
Mrs. Robert Knnzman. The bod-
ice featured the overblouse ef-
fect with jet buttons far over to
Out! s.ue. Below the buttons, her
skrt had a deep side pleat: and
high on one shoulder was pinned
a large gold butterfly. Mrs. Louis
SneLman aiso wore silk crepe
hers :n white. Working back-
itage she had applied makeup to
the cast without getting any on
her dress. Her scooped neck-
line was gathered, giving a soft
fulinoss to the front of her bodice,
while the back dropped to a low
rounded decolletage.
BRILLIANT jewel-toned pink silk
**a!paca was outstanding on Mrs.
Samuel Pollock. Cut along the
princess lines, it had a high neck-
line, short sleeves and a fitted
bodice. The skirt featured ton
trolled fullness to almcst a bell-
shaped silhouette. Her one shoul-
der cape was ot ihe same fabric
and trimmed with matching col-
ored fringe.
Mrs. Jack Shapiro was striking
in a turquoise-colored peau de
soie Her sheath had the high
Empire bustUoe, which featured
the same colored si!k chiffon
carefully draped and with minute ;
pleats appiiqued into a lattice
pattern and covering the short
sleeves. Her rounded neckline i
dipped slightly in the back, ami
the chiffon was formed into pan-
niers that went to the bottom of.
her hemline.
ZWISS VAMlAIHt HORODNER
MISS JENNIE RABIN
School Romance Leads to Troth
| "
MISS GEORGANN GALE
Gale, Shaw
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mr- Sidney Gale, of
4507 Pierce st., Hollywood, form-
erly of S>< ampscott, Mass., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Georgann, to Michael
tihaw. son ol Mr. and Mrs. Gustav
Shaw, of Shaw Travel Service.
Miss Gale attended Swampscott
High School and is a graduate ot
the class of i960 of Lasell Junior
College in Auburndale. Mass.
At present, -he is attending the
University of Miami, majoring in
elementary education.
Mr. Shaw is a 1957 graduate of
Miami Senior High School. After
serving three years in the Army
Medical Corps, he is attending the
University of Miami as a psycholo-
gy major.
No date has been set for the wed-
ding.
A romance which started at Mi-
ami Senior High School culminated
in the engagement of Madelaine
ilorodner and Mel Frishman or.
Sunday, Oct. 8.
Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Horodner. 13iV) S'vV 82nd ave., the
bride-elect me' her fiance when he
was e'tor cf the Miami Senior
High limes Two years later, she
took iver the ed torsbip, which she
kept until her graduation last year.
Sne is presently employed by
So I tern Underwriters, and at-
DECENTLY returned from a
" Mediterranean cruise: Mrs.
Max Weitz waa In powder blue.
Her importe I voile was com-
pletely in stitched horizontal
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Miss Schwartzman
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Rosalie Schwartzman and M.
Walter Mason were married on
Saturday. Oct. 14. in Shreveport.
La., where the bridegroom is serv-
ing in the Air Force.
The new bride, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Schwartzman.
6225 Alton id., is a graduate of
Miami Beach High and attended
the University of Florida.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morry Ma-
son. 4301 Collins ave.. the bride-
groom is a graduate of Coral
Gables High. Staunton Virginia
Military Academy, and has a de-
gree from the University of Mi-
ami. He is associated with Tay-
lor Construction Co.
Cocktails Fete
Betrothed Couple
The engagement ot Miss Jennie
Rose Rabin is announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Rao i
in, of 5340 Orduna dr.. Coral Gables, i
t" Donald Jay Klein, son of Mr.
and Mrs Irving Klein, of 1228 Se-''
villa ave., Coral Gables.
The bride-eiect is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and at-
! tended the University of Florida.
Her fiance i^ a graduate of Far
|Rockaway High school and attend-
ed Brooklyn College. He is at pres-
ent associated with the Merry-Go-,
Round Apparel Shop on Miracle
Mile in Coral Gables.
A cocktail party announcing the
engagement will be held at the
home of the bride-elect Sunday af-
ternoon, Oct. 22
tends evening classes at the Uni-
versity of Miami and I.indsey Hop-
kins Education Center. She is an
alumna of Sigma Delta Chi Coun-
cil. Miami Branch YMHA-YWHA,
which she served as vice president.
The future bridosroom is the
son of Mrs. Asenath Jay Frish-
ma-\ 3550 Crystal View ct. A
journalism major, he is a junior
at the University of Miami, and
served as editor of the Hurricane
newspaper He is president of the
1 M chapter. Sigma Delia Chi, na-
tional journal.st society, and a re-
porter for the Miami News.
Proceeds tor the Needy
Goodwill Group of Greater Mi-
ami will hold its first luncheon and
card party o! the season on Thurs-
day noon, Oct. 26, at Beth El Con-
gregation. Pioceeds are for food
and clothing for the needy.
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' Dave Miller. Ray Morse. Mike
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man. Al Schwartz. Joseph Seid.
I Leo Sonnenblick. Simon J.'Stahl.
, Ed Stern. David Tanneu. Isidor
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Friday, October 2C
19S1
MISS SUSAN GfURNTtK
Gelernter. Riker
Eye Dec. Rites
Mr and Mr- Herbert Gelernter,
24IKJ Granada Mvd.,
i re announcii .: ol
their daughter, Sutai Jane, to
Stephen J. Riker.
The future bride Is an alumna
of Miami Senior High, an \
College, class of 1960. w here she
a soloist with 'V Glee Club.
and a member of the Golddustera
society.
F ir the past
a bu the milli
York
Her fiarce is I ton and
Harrj Riker, I Si York
and Sew ;a gradu-
ate of the 1.1 i hoe),
and "t Yale, 1953 He is a member
of Yale Club of New York, and is
associated with Riker and Co. of
.New York.
The couple plan to be married
on Dec. 17.
JFCS Sponsors
Film Premiere
i
.i
Women's comn
Family ar.d Children's
sponsor "Raisin in
its premiere perform *
on Wednesday. N\>\ | .
the Parkway The.
This is a first
tjon of the wome
which will support I .
JIseoritTnued Homo.--.
JFCS is a United
.ird a member of the
ami Je\vi-h Federal
Four-year scholarship is being presented to Thorncs Wells,
recent graduate of Edison High School, in Phi Sicrr.a Sigma
Alumnae's third scholarship award. Looking on as Dr. James
M. Jablon makes the presentation are Mrs. Robert Rosen. Mrs.
Bert Saul, and Mrs. Melvin Harrison, members of the Greater
Miami chapter's scholarship committee.
Intensify Jewish Education, Pioneer Women Say
PITTSBLRGH. Pa. (JTAi an -advance" on the S2.250.000 rael Bonds, presented a plaque to had visited Israel -'in a friendly
Pionetr Women, the Women's La- pledged by Pioneer Women New Mrs. Dvorah Rothbard. national invasion" during the past two
bor Zionist Organization of Amen- projects announced for the next Pioneer Women Bonds for Israel years.
ca. concluded its 17th biennial con- two years include six junior high chairman, for the achievement. A mp4ca rrn d^-.j v
vention here with the adoption of schools in Israel for which equip- which included the sale of $3,500.- neriv -1h m Pre"dent Ken-
a >eries of resolutions ureine the ment fumitnrp m^hmcrv *nw cmn ; hnnj, h..-.- h- ....... !
intensification of Jewish
a liberalization of United States Pioneer Women
of Brooklvn 1 as r elected nre Zln'!t gTP i*!' Clted l0r prm0t' more than in the past egates that "m a very real sense -
of Brooklyn, uas reelected presi- lllg the sale ol S17.ooo.000 in Israel two years toward programs for -he Pioneer Women are one of the
,m- *k )0nds dunnS the past decade. Mrs. working women in Israel. Mrs. Lett forerunners of the Peace Convs "
hvTl/iTf "5 aPPn?d A- M Carlin- nat,onal Chen chalr- a,so told the "legates that over President Kennedy lauded 'hTor-
&?SVS*Sffl=of-WomensD,v,s,onot,s,,00 members of Pioneer Women wn,MU0B for s -*"
Israel Ambassador Avraham
Mrs. Retter W*?]
Hold Luncheon
On Saturday. 11 a.m.. Mrs.
Rci'er will hold a bru
ot the Phi Sigma Sigi ,
show committee, ol
chairman. The brunch |
in her home at 1275 VI
The Phi Sigma Sigma
show is an annual event and u,n
be held this year on Dec. 9 at he
Seville hotel.
All national sororities at the Uni-
versity of Miami will participate
by having a representative act as
a model. A queen is selected ai
the close of the event.
Tickets to be Presented
Two tickets to the Judy Garland
urging the ment. furniture, machinery and 000 in bonds during the pa,t two by Mrs. Arthur j GoldS wife concert wi" be Presented v
education, tools w, be made available by years. L, tne Secretary ^"j^" JJ Temple Ner Tamid Your., UulU
Mrs. Left told the delegates that Goldberg, herself a long-time mem- installation dance on Sunday, 9
Share Firms as '62 Goal Looms
Harman told the convention .that
"despite the hostility which has
marked the attitude of our neigh-
bors, we in Israel have kept our
minds and hearts wide open for
peace. We are not anti-Arab. We
education and Jewish education .
ZS% SSFCSJ! united Fund Launches Drive in Fair
tion also urged a "genuine basic
revision and liberalization of Uni-
ted States immigration policy
which will provide for the admis- _. vmmam. nc are nui anu-/\rao. we
sion to this countrv of a larger um,ed rund nas begun its cam-, at home to avoid being solicited recognize the Arab-states as legiti-
number of immigrants than have! Pa,*nmon8 neighborhood busines-; again. mate and permanent facts in the
been admitted under present law ?":. Fa'r *hare f,rmSl and ,hel Over 35.000 public employees are Middle East. As soon as they ex-
and lor a non-discriminating poHcv Employees Division, it was being asked, to give their 'Fair tend the same recognition to Israel. I
as between native-born citizens announced b>' Edward F. Swenson. Share." computed as one hour's the way to peace wHl be open,"
and naturalized citizens" jr' general campaign chairman. pay per month on a payroll deduc- -he Ambassador stated.
Yocheved D Kopernik special The_ druIve continues un,il Nov- tion bs County Manager Irving
nitsary to the convention from?' and ,house-to-house solicitation McNayr is UF's Public Employees
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Business teams from the Uni-
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according to William C. Lantaff,
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chairman, reports that his divi-
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1,400 larger Dade firms in the
coming month.
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the llgiers hotel. Looking on lefttorighl a uit Ji lae
:..-. Typen, instai.i-c oiiice:; Leo yi:r.z.ir., executive e
The Jewish Floridicn, who was cue;; pe(
Fudnick, ol Coral Gables, a r.cucr.cl vice president oi (he
2,or..Ht Organization of America.
Beach Zionist District Installs Officers
Supper Snack Ceremonies Here
sh Rophun waa installed as
president of the Miami Beach Zion
ist District at ceremonies Sunday
i'.t ..ins in the Algiers hotel.
( rcuit Judge Irvine Cypen
also installed Paul Kwitney. pres-
ident-elect; Joseph Meyers. Al Lef-
l<(.v\itz. Louis Rabinowitz and Da-
vid Goodwin, vice presidents.
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Abe Rub'n; Herman Wilson, finan-
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Dr. Stanley Krehling. president
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Greater Miami, announced this
veil; the appointment of Ernest
Janis as chairman of the forthcom-
ing Brandeis I':.; rsity dinner.
Hi- i hi irm< i are Jerry Blank,
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In addition, the supper snack
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members of the executive board
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the largts*. of the 42 districts ir.
the six-state Southeast region.
Leo Minctlin, executive editor
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Joseph Maltk. Miami Reach at-
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W Mnisl ncric/ian
Friday. October 20,
1851
As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas AAitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You,'' P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
of the bW or Bas Mitzvwb,-oe>te and piaee if the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage wiil be
forwarded to ycu courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
tor the occasion.
Beth David Offers New Education
i
Series in Various Courses for Adults
Beth David Congregation, launch- On Monday mornings, beginning
ing a program to extend adult; Nov. 13, classes in "Hebrew and
Jewish education in the commun- History" will be offered from 10
ity. will offer courses and lectures j to 11 a.m. Sisterhood members of
on Sunday and Monday, mosaings j the congregation,, will present Rab
and Tuesday evenings. i bi Shapiro in a lecture series on
"The Book of Jcb Problems iBi
Religion." IS |
Once a month, beginning j- J
uary, Beth,D.vid ill J* H
a series of lecturer- front vanSI
.parts of the court,* in a pnZJ
; entitled "Cavalcade o( c^T
tive Juda:sm."
; All courses and lectures wiflj
offered in conju-Vm *h )he J*l
i reau of Jewish Education
! Greater Miami.
David Silver
Miss Maschkowski
Jonathan Kislak
Scott Uhr
*
Diane Cur man
Iawrtnet Newman
David 9lv*r
Beth David will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of David Robert,
sou of Mr. and lira. Max Silver,
710 SW 21st rd.. during services
Saturday morning. Oct. 21. Rabbi
Norman N. Shapiro will officiate.
David is an eighth grade student
at Shenandoah Junior High, and
attends Beth David religious school,
lie studies piuno and cornet, and
is a Boy Scout.
His lather, vice president of Beth
David, was also Bar Mitzvah there.
An Oneg Shabbat on Friday even-
ing and a Kiddu h reception Satur-
day following services will be host-
ed in David's honor by his parents.
*
Lawrence Newman
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offici-
ate at the Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence,
son of Mr, and Mrs. Joel Newman,
and grandson of Mrs. Fay Browar-
nik. during Saturday morning ser-
vices, Oct. 21. at Temple Emanu-
El
Lawrence attends Nautilus Jun-
ior High and plays clarinet in the
school band. He is a football and
sailing enthusiast.
A reception honoring him will
be held in his home Saturday even-
ing, and on Sun:.'ay, at the Bar-
celona hotel, a party for his young
friends.

Robert Loev
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Loev, 2653 SW 36th ave.,
will be Bar Mitzvah during Satur-
day morning sendees, Oct. 21. at
Israelite Center. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student a
Shenandoah Junior High, where hi
is active in the Student Council.
He attends the Center's religious
school
Kiddush in his honor will follow
the religious ceremony.
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Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dubbin, will
be observed on Saturday morning,
Oct. 21, at Temple Emanu-El, with
Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating.
Steven attends Nautilus Junior
High and plays saxophone in the
band. He has been a student in
the Temple's religious school ior
five years. He is a sport enthusi-
ast.
Kiddush in his honor will follow
the ceremony on Saturday, and a
reception will be held in his home
in the evening.
The Bar Mitzvah is the grandson
of Mrs. Rose Dubbin, and Joseph
Creenberg, an officer of the syna-
gogue's Forty-Niners.
Susan Maschkowski
Temple Beth Shirah will be the
site of the Bas Mitzvah of Susan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard
Maschkowski, during Friday even-
ing services, Oct. 20. Rabbi Morris
A. Skop will officiate.
Susan is an eighth grade student
at Cutler Ridge Junior High, where
she plays flute in the school band.
; She is also a pianist.
Her parents will honor her with
\ an Oneg Shabbat at the conclusion
of the ceremony.
*
Harris Millman
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Hams,
-on of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Mill-
i man. during Sa'.urday morning ser-
vices, Oct. 2], at Temple Ner Ta-
. mid.

Harr's is a sutdent m toe Tern
i pie's religious school.
A reception in his honor will fol-
low services.
*
Diane Gurman
Friday evening services. Oct. 20.
it Beth Torah Congregation will in-
lude the Ba.s Mitzvah of Diane.
mghter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
rurman, and granddaughter of
Mrs Lena Wiesenfeld. Rabbi Max
A. Lipschitz will officiate.
Diane is a student at North Mi-
ami Beach Junior High and attend-
ed Hebrew school for four years.
Jonathan Kislak
Saturday morning services, Oct.
21, at Temple Beth Am. will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of Jonathan,
on of Mr. and .Mrs. Jay 1. Kislak.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will of-
ficiate.
Jonathan attends the Ransom
School in Coconut Grove.
He will be honored at a luncheon
The Sunday morning program
was inauguarted on Oct. 8. Mon-
day morning sessions will start
Nov. 13. and the Tuesday evening
series will begin on Oct. 24.
From 10 to 11 a.m., Sundays,
ccurses are offered in "Begin-
ners H-brew" and in "History
cf the Jews in the Middie Ages."
From 11 to 12, a series of lec-
tures and discussions will cover
the general subject "A Layman
Looks at Jewish Life."
The discussions are being con-
ducted by members of the eon-
gregat'pn who are prominent in a
variety of fields, ard include I eon-
ard Wolf, attorney: David Uger.t,
photographer; Lewis Sternshein,
accountant: Bernard Segal, leader
with the American Jewish Con-
gress; Dr. Irwin Jacobs, psychi-
atrist; George Pickar. professor of
law at the University of Miami;
Samuel Cohen, ass stant director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration; and Manuel Lubel. chair-
man of the adult education com-
mittee. The program will provide
a forum for divergent views and
audience participation.
Topics to be discussed include
j "Conservative Judaism: Challenge
land Promise," "Do Jews Still Be-
i ueve in the Coming of the Mes-
jsiah?," "Judaism and Christian-
i ity.** "Judaism and Ethics," "The
jJew and His Commnnity," "Ritual
I in Jewish Life," "Is Prayer as Ef-
fective as it Might be in Jewish
Life Today?"
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro,
Cantor William W. Liptoa and
Saul Rabin, education director,
j arc acting consultants at the
lectures, which are open to
members of Beth David and
their friends.
Weekly courses in "Hebrew and
History" will begin on Tuesday,
from 8 lo 9 p.m. From 9 to 10
p.m., a series entitled "The Life
of a Jew" will be presented by
guest lecturers from the commun-
ity.
Bureau Announces Opening of Jewish
Studies College at Three Branch Sites
Opening of the College of Jew-
ish Studies for the school year
1961-62 is announced by M. A
Baskin. president of the Bureau
of Jewish Education.
Registration will be held on Oct.
24 at Beth David Congregation,
2625 SW 3rd ave.. the Bureau of
Jewish Education bldg., 135 NW
3rd ave and on Oct. 26 at Beth
Torah Congregation. 1051 No. Mi-
ami Beach blvd.
Courses offered at the Miami
Branch on Tuesdays, 8 to.10 ?.m.,
include "Biblical Jewish His-
tory," "Elementary Hebrew"
nH two forum sessions. These
will offer "Crises in Jewish Life,"
a study of the impact of other
civilizations upon Jewish life at
various critical stages of Jewish
history, and "Lifetime of a Jew,"
' a study of Jewish thought and
; practices from cradle to the
grave.
The faculty at Beth David branch
of the college includes Louis
Schwartzman, Hersh Berman. and
a revolving faculty of Rabbi Nor
man Shapiro, Rabbi William Sajo-
witz. Saul Rabin. Herbert Berger.
Harry Simonboff. Dr. Isaac Unter-
man. Rabbi Samuel April. Dr. Na-
jthaniel Soroff, Rabbi Morton Ma-
li* vaky, Rabbi Morris Skop. Rabbi
i Solomon Schiff, and Judge Fred-
; erick Barad.
The North County Branch will
imeet on Thursdays. 8:15 to 10:15
Ip.m., and offers courses in "Ele-
jmentary Hebrew," "Modern Jew-
ish History," "Basic Judaism" and
"Survey of the Bible." Faculty at
. the North County Branch consists
id Herb of Abraham Gitti
Berger.
I The colic- nced
tnara for Hebrew achers
Teaching of CJ ,- H,h(.d.
ulcd for Novembei i > ^mott
"Methods jn Su:,r. ool," to fo
held in the IK area !our
(Wednesdays in u, ., V|>
Jvember: and :i, ; :;inar
for Pre-SchocJ ." i0 ^
held in January. ] |_
The colhgc .
j brew teacher nt for j
four-year progtt i reparatioi
for i xaminatio? Na
I Board of Lice n s< i
t"aehcr lic< r.sr> ator Mi-
ami. The subject area includes.
"Bible," "Modern Hel
ture." "Schulchan Aruch," ar, "Talmud." Dr. Nathaniel Scroll
is the instructor, n th lasses held
at the Bureau ol Jewish Education
building.
Two courses are effered on
Fridays, beginning Oct. 27, it
the Bureau buile>c in "Teach-
ing Methods and Classroom Man-
agement." These courses include
one semester in 'Teaching Meth-
ods in the Hebrew School" and
. one semester in "Teaching Meth-
ods in the Sunday School" un-
der the direction of Schwarti-
man, executive elector of the
Bureau.
Baskin also announced a meet-
ing of all student* interested in
registering in iN special Llpan
course of the Bureau, which pro
; vides intensive Hebrew instruction
'for adults. The organization meet-
ling was held on Wednesday in the
assembly room cf the school build-
ing of Temple Emanu-El.
Safety Stressed
For Youngsters
Safety at home and in the street
is the "theme of the week" lor
Beth Torah kindergarten, Mrs. Re-
becca Kay, preschool supervisor.
:announced.
With the aid of model traffic
signs and bicycles to simulate
automobiles, the student- were
shown when to cross streets and
| how to watch for traffic.
Highlight of the unit was a visit
from an officer of the North Mi-
ami Beach Police to emphasize
to the children the important part
the polite force plays in their
everyday lives.
reception at Kings Bay Country
Club.
*. >
Scott Uhr
Scott Alan, .son of Mr. and Mrs
Harold Uhr, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Saturday morning, Oct. 21,
with Rabbi Max Lipschitz offici-
ating.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student at
North Miami Beach Junior High,
ind bas attended Beth Torah re-
ligious school for two years.
Michael Moss
The Bar Mitzvah oi Michael A..
son ol Mr. and Mrs, Harry Moss.
614 5th st., will be observed at
Congregation Beth Jacob on Sat-
urday, Oct. 21. Rabbi Tibor Stern
will conduct the 5:30 p.m. service.
A seventh grade student at Ida
M. Fisher Junior High, Michael
takes courses in art, and will study
clarinet with the band.
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lusy Executive of Expanding Firm
:jnds Time for Educational Venture
i ating i 22nd anniver
Dad Pap :md Bag Co..'
, of the largest indepen-1
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I utora In the South, Harry
presi ''"''. remarks that j
I'jhi btgBsf(!i\ ftertAt Mrs. OMtiit
, lia .c r I "ver the years i
, irom our four children and
i. ndCi/.ldrea.*"
Strong family ties, belief in the
ji nee :c contributions [
i, i.i i devbrton to the so-called 'old '
f,-h n-'d" virtues that are often!
i iked ;'. business today, are'
i he has passed along to his
Ic.ren tw > ol iom help operate
i ly business
rr-m the October e'sy in 1939,
v.!.'- the arriva' of the first car-
loic of merchandise signaled the
Itarl of their venture, family
teamwork a^d the Golden Role
have create; a successful busi-
nesi that now casually notes the
err val of a carload of merchan-
dise ii day, plus truck and water
ihip nents. rrom the original
small store in drwr.town Miami,
the Firm pom Hilt a 50,000 sq.
fr. ^.irehouse.
i of the f lenders of the He
Academy .m Miami Beach
|C devotes a major portion o
In- time and energ'es to the school
;i contributor to many local
ational charities.
i i rently an honorary life pres
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i; recently completed seven
|j : as chairman of the executive
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!! has seen, the Academy grow
a enrollment of five stu
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being constructed or
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Beach, \-.L! 1 .. o-.modate approx
'hji..; I >ats.
Devoted to tHs task of helpirvj
to raise $1,000,000 for the new
Hebrew Academy construction,
Geret is also planning for his
own business. The development
of new products, discovery of
new uses for existinq proH.-jcts
'and further expansion of his'dwn
"Dapaco" lire are being carried
on.
Helping with business expansion
arc sons Irving, co-founder of the
company 22 years ac;o. and Saul.
who joined the firm in I960.. An-
other son. Martin, is practicing law
n Miami. Daughter Florence is
the wife cf Dr. 15. R. Coleman. oi
Charleston, S.C.
Laurette Wulftange. who joined
the firm in 15140. is now executive
office manager, celebrating her
2\-t year with the firm.
CARIB I MIAMI i MIRACLE 1163 St.
Open 1045
Open 11-15
TODAY
mulKEIVMAN
THE STOKy OF-
'MINNESOTA
PATS'
'He POOL SHP)R<
H ''.. I fi* II
Miamians Pay CJA Pledges Now
Instead of Waitina for December
THE NEW
ftrtfioi
R<.itn;irant
1 < I merlv
and Lounge
the Preview
SCHEON SPECIALS
from 11:30-3 pm
COCKTAIL HOUR
Daily from 4-6 pm
King Size Cocktails
at Popular Prices
-'on D'oeuvres Served
* SIGHTLY FEATURE
RIBSCHICKEN
OR DUCK
prepared over an
Open-Hearth Flame
also
PORTERHOUSE STEAKS
OVER 2 POUNDS
5.50
DANCING
NIGHTLY EXCEPT TUES.
No CoverNo Min.
3622 Coral Way
Phone HI 3-2038
Opening of a Cash Week cam
paign by Greater .Miami's Com-
lined Jew -h Appeal on Oct. 29
will find tin- area ahead of the na-
ional average for 1961 collections
.ompared to I he previous year.
Sidney Lefcourt. cash campaign
chairman, said the national average
n major Jewish communities
hroughout the country is one-hall
1 one per cent ahead of 1960 col
lections.
In Greater Miami, the figure
is 4.6 percent, Lefcourt said. "Not
only that," Lefcourt added, "but
I960 set an all-time record for
our Combined Jewish Appeal'.,
And n ** we're 4.6 percent ahead
of the record-breaking figure for
I960."
"Almost everybody is cooperat-
ng with our plea to pay their 110'
>ledges now. instead of waiting
|
So. Florida B'nai
B'rith Schedules
Membership Rally
On Sunday evening, Nov. 5. in the
roon he DiLulo hotel, j
i huge join B'nai B'rith member-
ship drive will take place. .
This is an all-out effort n the
parl I the South Florida Qpuncil
B'ri h Lodges to gam newl
lits to the world'- Largest and
iwifb service organization.!
I .: Milton A. Friedman. pfQSi-l
I)'na: B'rith Lodges, Dis-,
irict "... :uv'
pi icei May to Kenneth Oka,
of Miami Beach, wilkwelcome thel
gathering.
Special suesf speaker of the
ever inn w!l be Fr. H. J. Sut-
rliffe, of Brooklyn, N.Y., who is i
director o' the Episcopal Guild
for the Blird. Blind since birth,
he is fiercely dedicated to the too
of fighting prejudice based on
reason cf race, religion, or phy-
sical handicap.
The evening will include refresh-1
ments and entertainment.
In charge of information is Max
Kriloft, 407 Lincoln Mall. Miami
Beach.
until December," Lefcourt -aid.
Reason tor the cash campaign,
he explained, is primarily the un-
expected Hood ol immigrants ar-
riving in Israel.
"This new situation has placed
our overseas agencies in a crisis
situation." Lefcourt said. "They've
already spent $11,000,000 that
wasn't previously budgeted."
There's also a continuing need
for cash to finance local agencies,
he pointed out.
"We're getting a wonderful re-
sponse from the Greater Miami
Jewish community so far," Lef-
court concluded. "We are confident
hat Cash Week will enable us to
(o cuv part in meeting these vital
need.-.."
Mcu/fctin am/ SumAeJ'&S)
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TODAY
Open 6:45
1 THE SAME HILARIOUS GANCJ
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"C*rry On Norse'
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ALAN SI2ERR and JORDAN GILMAN present
V'- vs*

WORLD'S GREATEST ENTERTAINER
*; -.,
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VWIRS1TY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
FABIEN SEVITZKY, conductor
OPENING CONCERTS!
Sunday, Oct. 22 Miami Beach Aud. 8:30 P.M.
Monday, Oct. 23 Dade County Aud. 8:30 P.M.
PROGRAM DEDICATED TO THE UNITED NATIONS
GUSTAV MAHLER'S
"The Song of the Earth"
JENNIE TOUREL and WILLIAM LEWIS
World Premiere Performance of William Grant Stiff's
"THE PEACEfUL IAND"
Strauss' "ROSENKAVAUER SUITE"
Subscriptions and Single Tickets Still Available at Both Auditoriums.
UM Symphony Office, Cordelia's in Miami. & Amidon's in Coral Gables.
IN fStSQN
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 8:30 P.M.
One Performonce Only
MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL
MAIL ORDERS NOW: Tickets: MO00 W $750 6" %5M $^ *259 fi
Tickets on sale at Miami Beach Convention Hall; Jordan Marsh; Flagler Book Store;
Amidcn's, Coral Gables; burdi-e's 163rd ct. and West Palm Beach.
Mail Orderi lhould be orldrcitcd to Miami Beech Convention Hall. Plooe enclose i?lt-addrecd. stamped
envelope. Moke checks payable to "Miami Beach Jon Fct

Pc-oe 14-3
> An t fk rxdidir
Friday October :; ;-,
Unfversfty of Miami Symphony Opens
35th Anniversary Season Sunday Eve
.

on Sunday
with a performance- -'
Mahler azvax .-'n,'
work
which will :> i -
first time in Miami.
o outstandii _
Tourel mezzo-soprano, and Wil-
liam Lewis, ten'
politar. opera Company, will
pear in the poignant Mahler rk
which will be Eng
: II '
Miami B
I
. ram
grow
American bj
ir <-f Paru
Educators
Elect Officers
Hebrew Educators
recent meeting elected tl
ing officers:
President. Rabbi Shimon Azu-
lay: vice presidents. Mis- Nettie
Goldstein and Meyer Samberi
treasurer. Saul Porush: secretary.
Rabbi Moshe Aspes. and honorary
president. David Friedman.
Members of the executive com-
mittee are Avi Kay. Bernice Kaz-
man, Zehava Sukenik. Harry Ber-
man. and Harry Perach.
Following the election, a recep-
tion was given for members who
visited Israel during the summer.
They were Mr and Mrs. Harry
Perach. Miss Nettie Goldstein, and
Paul Kwitney.
:
and
York
Philha
1 the Pbilharmoi
under
Leo .
Miss Tosjrel has song with
virtually every ms'or ccrsiuctor
in the world. She has made nine
past-war tours of Europe, two of
Sc-'h America, one of South
Africa, and four of Israel, where
her sjccess was rated the great-
est in the country's history since
Toseanini appeared there a dec-
ade earlier. This will be her
third appearance with the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony.
I
.;;
alike
for bis | i as 1 to in
.., in "Woz-
z.-ck. ar.d Alfred in D:e FledCT
maui
Mr Lc r was ci
by 1- r Stravinakj to sing the
.. role ii the composer'* new-
work. Threni at Town Hall.
Later Lew;- wa< (elected by an-
other prominent composer. Gian-
Carlo Menotti. to appear at the
Festival of Two Worlds at Spoleto.
Italy
In addition to the Mahler work.
Sevitzky has programmed William
Grant Still's world premiere per-
formance of "The Peaceful Land.'
a prize-winning composition dedi-
cated to the United Nations, and
Richard Straus>' beautiful "Rosen-
kavalier Suite."
j0H l^B^^*^^^^**
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m **k ft 4
fc. * hi - i
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A crucial 26-hour game between Jackie Gleason and Paul
Newman is one of the highlights of "The Hustler," story of a
pool shark with an obsession for fame. Piper Laurie, George
C. Scott and Myron McCormick co-star in this drama of com-
pulsion, now at the Carib. Miami. Miracle and 163rd Street
Theatres.
"It's Time for a Change"
E LECT
HARVEY B. VENNELL
YOUR HIALEAH MAYOR
The People's Choice
Vote for Vennell
Pull LEVER 3-A October 31st
Book Club States Review
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ci i I
Kaufer

Mrs
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Judy jdland show business
favorite currently breaking
records with r.e: one-worn
performc a:-- will appeal at
nni 5e~ch C onvention
Hz'.'. .:. Nov 23. Lczz\ pro-
ducers ere Alar. S.-.err cr.i
Jordan Gilman, who recently
formed the Miami Beach ]zzz
Festival. Tickets are avail'
able at the Convention Hall.
Jordan Marsh, Flagler Book
Store. Burdine's 153rd St.,
and Amidon's.
ELECT
RAY HODGES
To Your HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL
Help HIM to Help VOI
rHE WAN .'.-: BEAT C HAU
Pull LEVER 11-A October 31st
They Visit
Rabbi Rosenberg
Mrs. Morris A. Kleiman. of Mi-
ami, recently en route to enroll
her daughter. Delly. in college.
>urprised Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg, former spiritual leader of
Beth David Congregation here, by
visiting Adath Jeshurun. his con-
gregation in Philadelphia, during
Saturday morning services.
Lunch followed for Mrs Klei-
man and Delly at Rabbi and Mrs.
Rosenberg's home
NEW LOCATION
Newt's Place
TOPS-SEAT COVERS
Good Work is Not Cheap
Cheap Work is Not Good
"LET NEWT 00 IT
28S4 SW 27th Ave.
"Across from A I
HI 3-22M
RE-ELECT
VERNON J. ASHLEY
TO HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL
"Six Years Your Councilman"
Pull LEVER 7-A October 31st
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Friday. October 20. 1961
IUm>fflh fS>r,rFHIi^ri
Pcge 1S-B
Cancer Program
At Tifereth Jacob
Tt mple Tiferelh. Jacob Sister-
hood will bring to the women of
thl H aieah-Miami Springs area an
opportunity to view a film which
deals with cancer.
On Wednesday, 8 p.m., at Jie
Temple, 951 Flamingo Way, pro-
chairman. Mrs. Henry Al-
bert, will introduce Dr. Walter E.
Furr and Mario Pellegrini, educa-
tion director for the Florida
branch cf the American Cancer
Society.
Title of the film to be shown is
"Time and Two Women."
Sisterhood president is Mrs.
Samuel Seidle.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Rabbi's Mother
Passes Away
Mrs. Sheva Rockoff, mother of
Habti Morton Malavsky, spiritual
leader of Israelite Center, died Oct.
7 in Brooklyn. N.Y. She was the
wife of the late Rabbi Phillip Rock-
off.
Surviving, besides Rabbi Mala-
.-kv. is a daughter, Mrs. A. Cot-
Itr. oi Milleville, N.Y.
Services were held in Philadel-
Faying respects and present-
irj. eulogies were Rabbis M. Tvver-
i ;.r.d Abraham Poupko. of Phila-
delphia; Cantor Samuel Malavsky.
Like wood', N.J.. brother-in-law of
Kockoff: and Rabbi Yaakov
i nberg, formerly of Miami
MRS NAOMI LESOWODER
.. ,|.. I ,.\. dn U Kl H
v. i. 22 years ago from De-
e w is a ehali man ul I hi
| t!on ol Hi. /-i n'.st -
n of Ann rlca. wi -
of Ji wish Homi foi (he '-- I
. i i. i to HadRssah. ''
. Hal re Acadt i
. n. and Bur< au i I J< -!
Miam Surviving ."
isban I, Kin. I: two sons: Dr.
Lipachuti and H nry i U<-
bn th. i two slat) ra, Mra.
. ii In ai d Mr Bi rah Gi ru
crai mi, and two t ri it-
... gi rvlo< wi r< i 'cl 15 in
:,-. moj- al I"hapi <
__
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 11153
I HE GREENWICH SAVINGS
I SK, i i ixiratlon existing under
thi laws of the State of New. York.
Plaintiff,
va
i i i) B PASTOR, t al,
i ti udiint*.
NOTICE OF SUIT
II H VROL-D B. PASTOR and
NN 1- PASTOR, hi* wife
;, abridge Avenue
i altimore 15, Maryland
\le HEREBY N< iTIPIEP thai
II baa been brought againsl you
i THE GREENWICH SA VI N <". f
i \\- >., above-entitled Court, to
i, os< b -i rtgag) ncumbc Ing the
I ,.. : bi a pr< pi rty, '"-;;',
. | 24 SECOND AD1 I
rO SIERRA, aci ordll I I
. -. irded In Plat 1
ag< 7. of
. nty, f Ida
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I r the reliel flemai
: 18th d<) I I '
BATHERMAN
i i.. ci the Clrc lit C rl
Dadi Count) 1' orlda
(neal) I. ALEXANDl
. h nty ckrk
DAVlD P. CATSMAN
Mih Flooi at 101 B. Flagler St.
Miami .'::. K .orlda
10/20-27, 11/3-10
NOTiCE UNDth
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
n leralgned, desiring to engagi In
business andct the fictitious name of
DADE COUNTY DETECTIVE AGEN-
CY at P.O. Bo* 52-lM. Miami. Fa.,
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of roult Court of Dade
County. Hot Ida.
DODDJOHNSON
Sole Owner
20.27 '" "-'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 10822
ROSE NELSON,
riaintiff,
vs.
MORRIS NELSON,
Defendant.
chit FOP DIVORCE
TO: MORRIS NELSON
SIS North shore Road
Norfolk, Virginia
Yo ... no., n lifiod thai a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and yon are r*"-
tiuired to serve a copy of your An-
gwer or Pleading to the I'.lll of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
Manuel Zalac, 1408 Congress Building.
Miami. Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 20th day Of November.
1961. If you fail to do so, judgment by
lefault Will be taken against yon for
he relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THK JEWISH FI.ORII.ilAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 16th day .f October,
A P. 1961.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Cln nil Court, Dadi County, Florida
I seal) Bj L, VLEXANDBR,
Pt puty Cl rk
MANUEL ZAIAC
Attorney for Plaintiff
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 111*8
NEW YORK S i.*lN 6 BANK, a
. ndi r thi
laws f thi Stati N. v rk,

El wy.n? I : N
t x
1 i.
NOTICE OF PL' T
Ti >: GLADYS i EXANDER
M S
N I lank P.O.
v. Si w V i r'*
Y( U ARE HERE] Y N
suit has been bn net
by NEW RK SAVING* BANK
entitli t, ti fori
rtgagi enct baring 1 e foil
.. --I pri
Lot 28, BIi H 8, CARi >1 CITY 0 .R-
l lEN, according to th< pli
. .....rd< (l n Plal Booll ". al
page 121, i f the public record! cf
i ad) County, Floi Ida;
Togi ther with.
Wi stinghouse Refrigerator-
Modi i So. DM-11;
and you are required to file youi
anSWei with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida, at the
Courthouse In Miami, Florida, on or
before November 21, 1961. and to serve
a copy of such answer upon DAVID
P. CATSMAN, Plaintiff's attorney,
whom address is 14th Floor at 101
Baal Flagler Street, Miami H2, Flor-
ida, on or before said gate, as re-
united by the 1-aws of Florida. If
you fail to do so, the complaint will
bi taken as confeaaed by you and a
Decree I'ro Confess, will h.- ent('
net you for the relief d< mantled
In thi Int.
' VTED this 18th day i I I ictobt r,
1961.
E. I!. LEATHERMAN
ni
Dade County, Ploi
C. L ALEXANDl R

DAV n
Ith Floor i er St
V,
NOTICE UNDER
i FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby civen that
the Uhdersigjied, desiring :o enap. in
buslr-sM under the fictitious name of
WH1' E SHARK INN at 6241 W( I
i '-"reet mtends to register
l with the Clark Of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
! IREEN MARIE TAYLOR
K : KSUBB &OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1998 f} W 1st 8t.
30'"-K'-- -"
NOT.CE UNDER
FlCti.riOUo NAME LAW
riCE is HEREBY i::VEN that
thi '.,| deslrinj ..ire in
i i ndei '.he fictitious name of
tNITURB RBFINISHJ
70th St.. Miami Inti
i retBter said name with the Clerk
of the Ciroull Court of Dade County,
Florida,
ALFRED D. GAUD1N1
9/29. 1",'6-13-:C
i I ndei
Ml PI '!.:,'
R1 -|f M "
* Frit CKCUiT CO'wHT OP THE
ELEVENTH JU0 C -- C c:- f OF
FLOR DA. I'J AND FOP ~i Z.E
IN CHANCEP
N : t C
. .- .

led J i
N : S '- I
-
NO_:CE CF SI' T
EN R( SEN a I .-.
RELY thai
suit has been 1
IFE IN.
.
ntit:- foreclose a i it-
. en meeting thi fi Hi
to-wlt:
Lot 16, Bli ". ADDITION TO PALM SPRINGS
SUBDIVISION, SECTION T", a -
rding to the plat ther-i f, re-
, i rdl ii in Plat Book 62, fit pagl Ti
of the public reeorda of Dade i
ty. Florida;
and you are required to file your
answer with the Clerk of the Clgcuit
Court of D.*de County. F'c.rida. at the
Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or
hefor. Novcn.1 er-1, 1961. and to
a. copy of such answer upon DAVID
P. catsman. : laintlffi attorney,
whose add:,'- It 14th Floor at 1"1
. I Flagler Street, Miami 32, Flor-
ida, on r i iijii said quired by thi Lawi of k'iori a. if
fall to do co, the com]
aken if eased bj i
.,. Fn ConfeM Will bi enti
agi oandi
in the con I
DATED this '.:.-! das i I
1961.
:an
rk of thi 11 M
Dad ( aUttty '' r..'.:.
(seal) '". L. ALEXANDER,
Depuly"C1erk
1 > A VID P. CA Tt M A N
14th Floor al 101 E. Flaglei St
Miami 32, Florida
11/3-10
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C Rri'T OF
FLOFUDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 1C661
CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK IN THE
CITY of NEW YORK, a New York
banklne or;, rat loi .
Plaintiff,
va.
NATH \N sol OW et 1.
Defeni" '
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: JACK RA1LEY and Im.khthy
B \1LEY. his wife
is:-M Worries Street
South Bend, Indiana
YOF ARE HFREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has l.itn h-ouirht agalnal vou
hv OENTRA'. ptVWK P*NK IN
THE CITY OF NFYV YORK, in -he
above-entitled Court, to foreclose a
mortgage encumhir nu the following
described property, to-wlt:
Lot v. in RlooV J7i s'-'ovo ADDI-
TION TO SIERRA. accor.linK to the
plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book
,*7. at pace 7 of the nubile records
of Dade County, Florida:
Together with:
C..E Refrigerator. LB S'.'LR:
YL 602337:
and you sre required to file your an-
swer with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Conntv, P'orlda, at th-
ConrthoiiRe in Miami Florida, on or
before November 14. 1961, and to serve
a copy of such answer upon DAVID
P, CATSMAN, Plaintiffs attorney
whose address Is 14th Floor at 101
East Flagler strut. Miami 82, Flor-
ida, on or before said date, as re-
quired by th Laws Of Mo-Id i. If
you fail to do .(,. rh. complaint w.ll
be taken as confessed by you ami a
Decree Pro Confesso will he entered
against you for the relief di manded
In the complaint.
DATED this 11th day of Oc-oh.;-,
1961.
E F LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Ci irt, I di Co mtj P ...
Bj : K M. LYMAN.
j leill'Tv Clerk
DAVII P CATSMAN
al 101 i" Flagler St
Mian. Flo! ida
!' 18-20-27. II .1
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
Si C*E IS HEREBY G 'EN thai
. : ins ti engagi In
! -s under I si mi of
al BE. 10th
Ct 1 Intel :
i
Florida
NRY .- ""l V. !
TON C'Sl '-.'''
i-27.ll
NOTICE -UNDER NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign.....- Ing to engage in tin undersigned, daalrtng to engage in
business lindei Xlie UctlUoUS n^n.t of,I business under the fictitious names of
FASHION PAIR DRE88 BHOP at
11049 Bird Road, Miami. Florida in-
tend to register said lame with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MATILDA FSUDSTEIN
SHIRLEY wHiTcrp
Soli Owners
.10/6-18-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlnf, to engagi In
business under tiie flotltiOUS nan,.
of STATE LIQCOKS *'.. INC., at
11880 N w. 7th Avenue, Miaou ,n-
tends to register said name w-..n the
Cl. rk of thi circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MOSAM CORP.
By: M. L Copperman, Prealdi nl
HARRY Zl'KERNICK, Attorney
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Heath, Ha.
10/20-27, 11/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name Of
SILVER OF MIAMI at 309 N.W. 2nd
Am nu.. Miami. Ha., Intend to reg-
ister said name with thi Clerk of me
Circuit Court oi Dade County, Florida.
IRA SILVER
I VELYN SILVER
S.....w m i s
Bsaeh Htaiinr Aid Center; Miami
Bech Hea'ing Aid Center; Washing-
ton Hawing Aid Center; a Heaglng
Aid Co., al 12"i2 Washington Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, Ha.. Intends to reglsjter
.- id ami with the Clerk of ,tho
en...ii ('our! of Dade County, Florida.
WASHINGTON'OPTICIANS, IM"
m Fla. Corp,)
Sole. Owner
i" i::-2(i-27. H/:i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOU6 NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage) In
bualners under the fictitious name- ..f
Club Plan Bales Contract Carpet *- Flo,,ring Co., at
Daile County. Florida Intends to reg-
ist. i said names with the Clerk of
:h, Circuit court of Dade County,
Florida.
I'. S. CARPET CwliT,
ia Fla. corp.) Sole Owner
SIDNEY EFRONSON
Attorne) foi Applicant
241 Becurty Trt'st Bldg.
10/13-20-27, l;l/3
IN THE C FCL^iT C.oi'R* OF 'MC
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C HCUIT OF
FLOc'DA IN AND FOC TADE
CCUNTV IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C ''C836


Vs
JESSE R \ Y M :LURE,
I fi ndant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Y, ;;. .1, ^-,. R v McCluri addi -^
| i |dl HI 1974 5th Avenue.
nblee, Georgia, are required to
file j u ..us w. r to th complaint with
thi clerk serve a copj thereof to Herman Co-
hen, Attorney, 1803 Congress Ruild-
Ing, Miami 32, Horlda. on or bef ire
November ISth, 1961. or else suit will
i,, taken as confessed. Dated Octo-
ber 10th. 1961.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Cl i.it. Dade County. Florida
is. al) By: HELEN KES8LRU,
Deputy Clerk
10/13-20-27. 11/3
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVEN that
. vlrtui of Chapter *"'7V of Florida
. i... Annotated (1941>. Wan
i si men and Wi ehi Ri celpts,
VCE-R.P VAN LINES. INC..
orpi ration, by Irtue of Its
pe Hen, has In 11 ssessloi
'. i e I..... .,><(! property
As prop) tj
r Mn ; ''......Walti : Allen.
3607 Marg: Vvei I I c>uth
W. Fitch, c o
Mass Mi
. I .'20 All R
.....
trie legal hour*
. j. and 2:00 in
6 N.W. 24tl ..-
la, thi
lo
iiovi
, thi trt> r Mi

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N. 1
ton Roi
this 11th

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA :N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCE.RY.
. No. 61C 10210
KATHLEEN MILLL1. ANDERSON,
Plaintiff,
\ B,
OM '.1. LEE ANDERSON,
i fendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: OMAR LEE ANDEKSt N
P.O. Box No. 326
Parker Building
Murphy. North Carolina
You are hereby notified that a Bill
i>mi')a)nt for Divorce has been
filed aaainst you in th. aii vi entitled
and you are required :> servi
a copy >'f vour Answi r to the Bill of
taint on the PlalnflfTs Attorney.
Kelly, 1625 E. 4th Avi I i
Hlaleuh. Florida and file th original
in thi e of .the i --' < f th. Clr-
before the i
therwlse a Decrei
will be enti

: N
erk of thi
'
tseal) HELEN I R.
9/i9,IP/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engagi In
business umi. r tht fictitious nami
of STATE LIQl'ORS #5, INC., ai
8457 Coral Way. Miami Intends to
register Raid nami with th Clerk of
thi Circuit Court Fli Ida.
Mi >8AM c, irp
I v M. 1 Cppperman
HARRY Zl'KERNICK, Attorney
:. .
Mlan.il,.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
V .-. 1EBY GIVEN 1
, .
flctltli l. i ol
VNI1 CANDIES, LORDS
: is \NDIES, TR< P1C OEM al
,.. Street Mian r
es with th,
,.: i 'ourl of I
i
.'.] HES, INC,
KOVNER .'. '': VNNHEISI
Attornej ee Ci ndii .-. Inc.
-20-27, 11 "
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FCR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 54121. B
IN RE: Bstati ol
AAR< N FA I I'M
i .,, sed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn Ml Pi rsoni Ha^ -
I i 'lalmt or 11 n andi Igs nal Sa 0
Estat. .
v.,.1 are hereby notified and required
to present any tl..im.s and demands
which vou may ha\e against th> es-
tfeti of AARON FADEM deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Coun-
tv Judges if Dade County, and file
thl sime In tin ll Offices In the Coun-
i\ Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within tight calendar months
from th. date of the first publication
hereof, oi thi same win bi barred
HARRY FADEM
Admlnlatrati r
EDWARD H LEVIN
Attorm } fi : Admlnlstrab i
Congresi 1' uing
Miami ... Fla FR I- 1206
.'. .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
N- clC -0863
: i 1 SAVINGS ]
. .,
IS 'ICE OF SUIT
.. .
. Street
YO
by DOLLAR i
I
.. for
_ irr.bi
. .wit
I. -. : >ND
TH N Ti SIERR MIRADA a
coi thereof, re-
el rdi d In" Plat Book 84, al
of thi
ly, I Ii
Ti gether with:
1 Gas Wall Heaters: Range Subur-
i a Surfaci Cnil
, \ toni H & ami Fan
Nutoni : Venetian Blinds:
and you are required to fill your an-
swer With the Clerk of the Circuit
Court if Dade County, rioiida, at the
Courthous. In Miami, Florida, on or
before November 14,1961, and to serve
., copy of such answei upon DAVIO
P. CATSMAN. Plaintiffs attorney,
wh< ae 14th Floor ai 101
Bast Flagli i Street, Mian 13:
ida, on or before said tlatt a.- r. -
quired by th. Laws tf Fli
VOU fail to dc Bi ......I ^>
ii. taki n as i and a
1 >. :., pri Coi f ssi will bi
> a .,r.u, ,l
*
tl ay of oci

ade County. Floi Ida
By: K. M. LYMA>

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14th ;
io/ia
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage, in
business under the fictitious name of
MY h mi: lady at 17700 Collins Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, Dade County, fla..
Intends to register said name with
tht Clerk of the Circuit Court of
10/20-... 11,3-11 | |lcl(|t. ,,,,,,, Florida.
JACK SILVER
ioor; i iwner
STREET a.- GREENFIELD
Atti i foi Petitioner
420 L ncoli Road
.'<. l0/6-la>20
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Ih HEREBY GIVEN that
tht undersigned, desiring to engagi*. In,
, i the fictitious name
of ALEXANDRIA APARTMENTS al
, .inn intend to I egiati
i the co rk of the Clr-
t-f Dade l "ountv, Florida
:i: I I HHENEDETTO
NAN V DIBENEDETTO
.1 A N
, .. -it Applli ants
20 s.E nue
' J9 10 ft-lih-20
NOT '. OF APPLICATION
^C=. TAX DEED
File 52229
Ni tlci f by glvi n thai Na -
Slegel hobl.-r as assignee
M ami Tag Sale c, rttfloate
Sui..... I .in d the 1st da) of
159, has filed said Cer-
tificate I Office, and has made
for tax del d to Issue
*!!,;< n i*. accordance with law Said
i tificati mbrai es the following
ribed property, situated in Dade
'< unt) Floi Ida, to-a III
Lot! B-8 A 12, Block ^4 WiiiliMl's
. Blon Flat Hook 1 Fage 169
in the City of Miami. County of
li.nli Statl in b'lorida.
The assessment of said |u-o|irty
under the Certificate Issued was in
the name of Unknown. Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law. tax deed will issue there-
on -on tht 25th day of October, A.D.
1961.
Dated ihis, liith day of September,
\ i 1961.
l B LEATHERMAN,
lerk of Circuit Court,
I adi County, Florida
(seal) By: R. M. LEEPER
I puty Clerk
' J2-29. lO/tl-lVJ-O
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 9467
N : I S REBELLO and
BUS iRET REBE1 I I .
I'll tlffi
DAVID SHAIIR
- wlfi and oi II i Ither
i e.id, all unknown hi ir.-.
I s
.. -- -.: b creditor! II ,.-' .
i n 11 I b j
: .- r against them
N ; \. v. M PAR XI'
any
right. 1
ved in th
it
AMENDED NOTICE TO DEFEND
HE A ll iVE NAME! i
.\ts and I i
:..',. tale, title,
ti cm oi lien upon i hi n al
.. herein desci....... any
1 thereoi
'.-.- B8 CNKNOWN
each of you, ARE HERE-
BY NOTIFIED that ANTIloNY RE-
BELLi and SUSAN MARGARET AE-
BELLO, his "if., havi brought, a
to quiet title to the
, i ribed I -.1 property i in
Dade < nt), Florida, tor.wit:
lx.t 61, in Hleck 6, of MIAMI St:
' i URBAN ACRES, according to-the
! I i :. i :. ri. oi d, d in Flat B,..k
4. a! PageT*. of the Public Records
Of I nty, Florida.
Yi : hereby required te s.-rvt a
copj ai foan Answer or BHher defen-
slve pleudinjl to said Cotnidainb ion
attorney, ROBERT H
TRAUR1G, suite 11S5 Alfred I. duPont
nl, Florida, and file .the
I he < Ifflce of the Clerk of
".ill. on or before -the
30th U lober. 1S61; oil., rwl.se
r.s t^iTitalnpff therein will
i taki onfeased by > ou, and a
I ret n:t .--o will 1- ntetid
v*. \tij foi the relief prayed for-in
aid \ '
I*mwV al Miami. Dade County.
-i da) i f i ti, bi r. 1961.
E f XEA [HERMAN
n>. M 1A M AN
ny cieyft
. lURIQ
:,. :r.-v ..- i asntmg
nl Bid*.
Floi Ida
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Friday, October 20. [%\
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