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The Jewish Floridian ( October 27, 1961 )

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"Jewish Floridllan Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 34 — Number 43 Miami, Floridc. Friday. October 27, 1961 Three Sections — Price 20c Israel Raps Saudis for Peace Plan Rejection SEGREGATION AT CENTER OF ISSUE FBI Probes Wire-Tap Harrassment of Rabbi in Louisiana Incident NEW ORLEANS— (JTA>—The Federal Bureau of Investigation was disclosed this week to be gathering data on wire-tapping by segregationists in and around the Baton Rouge area as part of a harassment of clergymen, including a rabbi, who had spoken out publicly against racial segregation. Discuss Red Restrictions LONDON — (JTA) — Sharp con nation of restrictions and disc rinmations against Jews in the Soviet Union, especially in regard tc religious practices and cultural aspirations, were voiced here at a conference of leading British political and intellectual figures, non-Jewish as well as Jewish. At the conclusion of a series of reports, many of them based on personal observations and experiences in the USSR, the conference adopted a resolution which: Rabbie Marvin Reznikoff, of the Liberal Synagogue of Baton Rouge, said he was one of several persons who appeared before the federal grand jury in New Orleans which reportedly is looking into the charges. The rabbi told the Jewish Ledger, of New Orleans, that some 50 Baton Rouge ministers of all denominations, under the leadership of Wade Mackie, the American Friends Service Committee representative in Baton Rouge, some time ago signed a public statement which declared that "discrimination on the basis of race is a violation of divine law." MOSMt SHAOTT ... absorbing tasks Population To Double? LONDON — (JTA) — Israel can double its present population of i 2,000.000 "in the foreseeable fu!turc," but a great effort will be required to do this while maintain,ing the present standard of living | and the services of the welfare [state, Moshe Sharett. chairman of I the Jewish Agency executive, deMrs. Meir Charges Arab Polemic at UN 'Obscene;' Cites Ex-Mufti Assistance UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—The annual Arab denunciation of Israel at the United Nations General Assembly evoked from Israel this week the sharpest condemnation of an Arab leader probably ever heard at .the United Nations. The Arab spokesman was Ahmed i Shukairy of Saudi Arabia, a frei quent spokesman for the Arab! League who mounted the rostrum to reject Israel's proposals for! peace talks, a pilot disarmament! plan for the Middle East and an j Arab-Israeli non-aggression pact. The proposals and the reply to Shuj kairy were given by Mrs. Golda Since then, the rabbi said, wire clared here this week, taps were arranged, and the tapes j Jewish positions, he said, are were played back to lay leaders of being demolished in many connBaton Rouge churches with deMeir, Israel's Foreign Minister. Shukairy's speech, which an Israeli spokesman immediately denounced as "the most vicious and obscene" ever delivered at the United Nations, described Israel as a "gang," which used the "slogan" of peace "with Nazi determination," Shukairy said "Israel Naiism" was the cause of the "persecution" of Israeli Arabs." He said "Israel and Eichmann should stand in one dock for one trial for one crime and one verdict." Rockwell's First Wile Nixes His Racist Beliefs my He also olfered some proposals, (an navc ,h ern HARTFORD — (JTA) — George Rockwell's former wife and his j three daughters are strongly opposed to Rockwell's Hitlerian ti1rades and his "American Nazi farty." Mrs. Judith Rockwell, who de, voiced Rockwell in 1953 after ten years of marriage, told the Connecticut Jewish Ledger that "my 'children go to the public schools I and learn about democracy with children of all nationalists and races sitting around them. As to former husband's ideas, he Enumerated many anti-Jewish mand s lhal *• =**** be comarticles in the controlled Russian !*•' to llMr !" he,r n amCS on pain of loss of their pulpits. I • -V 2. Listed restrictions on the praeHe asserted that after his aptries, though the upheaval which i including setting up of a UN comdemolishes them is not necessarily tee to investigate the condition; tin of religious rights by Jews in [pearance before the grand jury beI hi Soviet Union. came known, he had received Condemned the limitation of many assurances from members Jewish cultural activity in Russia, j of his congregation that they sup4. Pointed out that Russian Jews ported him one hundred percent, wire "forcibly separated" from I He also said some of the persons Continued on Page 8-A Continued on Page 7-A Arabs Appeal to U.S. Seamen To Drop Suez Blockade Fight NEW YORK — (JTA) —The Nain a Utter to the ITF-of which tional Maritime Union reported lht National Maritime Union is an I m ove"on"or 'want to "move on the i b Jl,(, B,ir,on R Shifman, chairtfaal the Arab seamen's union 1^<1! a ffiliatc-lroin Capt. Hassan Ai.fi. question of'wh.tlier' does not arise man 0 f ne A L {"SPr/Sai' designed to be anti-Jewish. Jews suffer nevertheless and move on when conditions become hazard cus, he stated. He spoke at a reception. In the case of Russia, Mr. Sharett said, the Soviet regime was not intrinsically anti-Jewish, yet Soviet Jews were threatened in their existence as Jews because they were denied means for a spiritual life. Without any spiritual life as Jews, Jewish survival was impossible, he stressed. That, he said, was why many of the Soviet Jews were trying to get out, although economically, they were neither starving nor unemployed. Continued on Pige 11-A Rockwell's latest court visit Continued on Page 3-A Widespread Restrictions Against Jews Noted in Michigan Clubs DETROIT — (JTA) — WideJews and six maintained strict -preaci discrimination against Jews quota limits on Jewish members. He said that in some cases, the "For all those Jews who must i in Michigan clubs, resorts and ho| tels and denominational religious j practices in public schools in many parts ol the sta'e were condemned I at the annual meeting ol the Michi| gan Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'nlh. A survey of membership policies ol private clubs in 14 communities outside of Detroit was described ..rgec. inc international .. auspu. i %  jdcnl of tnc Arab syndicate : any more-that question has been Workers federation to drop the Jj 0fflccrs anu rrmoved frorn tlie stage of Jewish light against Arab blockade oi Is-. i gainst raeli shipping in the Suez Canal 01 -rounds that this was a "political question" to be dealt with by the United Nations. The American maritime union J.aid that the proposal was made BREATHLESS VIEW In Part Ii of a series, Gen. Yigacl Yadin describes his breathless first view of the Bar Kochba letters uncover, ed during an archaeological expedition he led in the Judean desert. .TV 16


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Pore 2-A ^MniitiTc rijisr Frv 'V* iber 27, jcd Tribute Saturday to Samuel Friedland; Prominent Leaders Expected to Attend A test imonial tinner I ooring Y:.< ...:.': a the D.piCrmat I ... r.-int IFlJJ ce a tr.r>i lorn icrvice to TemI Emanu-EI of Miami Beacb HABBI IRVING LtHRMAN Late Friday Service Will Mark Fete [i -.;..' -. % %  • an T e n i tfl |K .-: al •.-.' • r: i of the at 6 30 p.m nanuYOU — A P.ea lor Rededication." The s^rvi"will be rtedica:ed to Samue] N. Friediand. uho uiJJ be honored at a testimonial dinner on Saturday, "in appreciation of his 14 years oi distinguished service as presicent of the Temple." Friedland was elected chairman of the board last May. when Joseph M. Lipton was elevated to the presidency of the Miami Beach congregation. Cantor Hirsh Adier will chant the liturgy during the service. He will be assisted by the eight voice Temple choir, which is under the direction of Florence Goldnng. The testimonial dinner in Friedland'i honor will besin with a reception at 7 p.m. in the Beaux Arts room of the %  .'. OteJ Salu: b1 Dr Irving Lehnnan, leadTemple, said a : ledland'i friends and L. ... .: :;. -..-.roughout to a'ter.d The reception ar.: dinHi r ill start at 7 p.m. :r. the Beaux Arts Balli om of the Diplomat SOLSea. Philip M. Klutznick, a member of the U.S. mission to the United Nations, will be a featured speaker. Also coming from New York for 'he testimonial will be Dr. Louis A. Finkelstein, chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Friedland served as president of Temple Emanu-EI a total of 14 vears prior to last May. when he became chairman of the board. His communal life .doseiy identified with the Temple, which was organized In 1J-39 — the same year Friedland came to Florida. The agregatiOD of 200 persons met in a converted private residence at 1415 Euclid a\*e and was Miami Beach J> I ter. Dr. Lehrmar wai appointed sp.r. %  ;. the -ime year Frit: I became president. land's contribution of the < rection of IT edifice a lToi ar.d that has since been called "the mosi i .' ..ci mi 1948. t h i • -. oi relind youth tup in :. Tilly. "It was one of Friedland's great ambitions to retire the mortgage on the Temple," Dr. Lehrman said. "He led the campaign that enabled us to bum the mortgage in 1954." "^ NaB^*^"Vefl|BJVBj Other Friedland contributions to Temple Emanu-EI have included the Holy Ark presented to the Jewish Center, later transferred to the • new Temple. The Temple chapel was dedicated to Friedland. and on the occasion IOf his 60th birthday in 1956. the. Friedland family gifts enabled the^ synagogue to redecorate the chapel. Among the 600 students attending Temple Emanu-EI religious schools are s.x Friedland grandchildren. Leonard, Harold. Jack and Marjorie Friedland MrIrving Cowan) practically "grew up" at Temple Em a: Mrs, Cowan's •...the same r mother. Klutznick. Dr. Finkelstein Will Speak At Emanu-EI Dinner Saturday Evening SAMUtl FfffEDLAND Education Bureau Elects Board At the fall meeting of ;he Bureau of Jewish Education, the following were elected to the board of directors: Joseph Abelow. Albert J. Beer Ann and Sue Berkowitz. Ben Essen. Dorothy Krieger Fink. Morns Fox. Irving Firtel. Ben Zion Ginsburc. Dr. Philip Gottlieb. Charles GotMorris Hor.igbaum. Dr Albert Ki'zen, Max Koike.-. Mrs. :. Makovsky. Mrs. David Nat S-den. Dr Isaac UhterSheri • Mr-. Mrs A • hn Temple. Jack Toppel J Wc--. r Mamber. Mrs I • nj %  • Dr H M i • rtimer ben. Dr %  : l• D Lubarr, Dr. L :.E iinim, Mi r:.Fishi r. U n I %  '.\i. Theodore It, Ezra -old and all officers, honorary and active M. A. B^skir. president, announced the appointment ot the following chairmen: budget and finance. Max Meisel; adult education. Al Sherman; library, Mrs. Joseph Duntov; building committee. Charles E. Gottlieb; personnel. Dr. Irving Lehrman; board of review, Anna Brenner Meyers; Board of License. Sol Goldman; teacher placement, Oscar Mamber; nominations, Benjamin Meyers; public relations, Mrs. Louis Glasscr; teacher welfare. Leo Robinson. The meeting included a panel discussion en "Jewish Education in Israel.* with Dr Nathaniel Sorofi, Nettie Goldstein. Herbert Zvi Berger, Paul Kwitney and Dr. Zev Kogan. panelists, and Louis Schwartzman. Bureau executive director moderator. LONG-DiSTANCI MOVERS Philip M ; .need last week by chairman. Judge Irving Cypen, as a :eatured speaker at Tempi* Emanu-EI s testimonial it tor Samue! Fnedland. has served under three Presidents of the 1*1 • i States, and has long been active in communal affairs. He served two three-year term:as president of the International Order of Bnai B nth. the worlds large.-: Jewish service organization. He resigned when President Kennedy appointed him to the U.S. delegation to the United Nations. During World War II, President Roosevelt named him Feiswal Public Housing Commissioner, and he continued in that post under President Truman. Klutznick was born in Kansas City, Mo., in 1907, and graduated from the School of Law at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebr. He is internationally recognized as an authority on low cost housing and pre-planned communities. He devised the complete plan of Forest Park. Ill a 30.000-population suburb of Chicago. Recently. Klutznick was invited by Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gunon ; fa proposed ; Elat. Dr. L ...A r ... :n. chanellor i 'he faculTheological will also :b< ini in ^dd.tion to Jus ties, serves as : Schechter prof. : the a] school. led as one of Amei .•. itstai ling reliand scholars In -< c -' .t :: %  : his role on the American scer.e. he was the recipiTiiereth Jacob Program Temple Tifereth Jacob this week launched a new program for childj ren age 4 to 5 in the Temple's kinj dergarten. The school is under the supervision of Rabbi Leo Heim and| the Bureau of Jewish Education, j Among students in the program are Scarlett Cohen. Bonnie Lee Giter-, man. Leigh Wilco, Mrs. Frieda] Zyss. Mitchell Lerner, Maeta Co-i hen. and Sharon Heim. ent of th 7 •..-.. i Ham. m ~ and hv Preid sevelt ;.:-repi Judaism tc c ;-..-< -he President steps to be :. ri "1 peace. r %  m & Finkelstein sei as rabbi old gregaticr. Kt......\-. Israel in \', Yort Citj :-:•; was ppointej j structor ir. Tah SemujJ in 1920. Few years later, he'v came a lecturer. Within four Hi he was r.arr.tc. firs: associate L, fes-or. and ther. professor of thei logy. In 1934. Dr. Finkelstein came a-s'.star.t to the preside provost in 163?. president of Seminary in 1940, and chancellm 'ii 1951. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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Iriiay. October 27, 1931 ^Jenist lfk)irndlK3ri Page 3-A tlA Cash Collection Forges Ahead the Combined ami CJA has broken all of itrecords, and is one of the top in the nation In cash collections, Lefcourt said. i, cting cash [ ish Appeal frequently brings able react > from those !g called, according to Sidney chairman of CJA Cash [ e ek opening herj Lefcourt'fl committee has the job reminding people who pledged conyibutions earlier this r that the cash is needed now CJA agencies. The committee ;s the job with letters, telephone is, and personal via • So far this year, tha Greater Mihe:r "We were afraid at first that some people might take offense at this realistic collections approach of reminding the contributor that he hasn't yet paid his pledge, and that balances shouldn't be allowed to accumulate. To our pleasant surprise, we're getting favorable reaction." A check came from one contributor. Lefcourt said, with a note attached It said "Thanks tor your reminder. I had just been lecturing my wife about letting her balance pile up at the department store, so your letter hit home. PS. I didrTt show her the letter. I'd never have heard the end of U." : ederation President Praises Program If Hias for Cuban Refugee Assistance Another contributor, also enclosing a check, wrote Lefcourt that "I sincerely appreciated your letter. I had frankly forgotten about it in the rush of business. I know it's not good business to leave bills unpaid." they may have suffered as the result of my thoughtlessness." The Cash Week campaign will run through Nov. 3. Lefcourt said. Contributing to the need for cash. besides the needs "i :< cal a is the unexpectedly heavy immigration into Israel in recent months. "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." David Pinski Oneg Shabbat First Oneg Shabbat this season of the David Pinski Folk School A third letter. Lefcourt said, desW JU 0e held on Friday at the FarA J. Harris, president of the ireater Miami Jewish Federation, k praised -.he United Hias ervice for its "outstanding work" aiding Cuban refugees in the States. 'The record shows that signifif :! l numbers of Jewish men, women and children from Cuba now in the United States received direct ^ration and resettlement assistinee from United Hias," Harris I. "The agency also helped Cu,i:i refugees with adjustment of [s'.jtus and other essential service |i:o)!i their arrival in the U.S." Through the cooperation of Jewish welfare agencies, Harris explained, Cuban refugees in Miami and other parts of the nation are establishing new lives in the United States. t nited Hias has also continued Ivuth its work of resettling migrants i mi Europe and other overseas ( is in the United States, Canada, Latin America, and other countries, Harris added. He said the number of migrants United Hias has |helped bring to lands )i permanent lenient in the first e;ght months • ii is more that 50 percent ler than anticipate!. 'in round numbers." Harris "this means that the agency's program of assistance to migrants for the 12 • month period must be revised upwards from the cribed the reminder notice as •frank, bu; certainly fair. I made the pledge in good faith, and I know that your agencies have based their planning to some small extent on the pledge 1 made. I band Labor Zionist Culture Center, 842 Washington ave., at 8 p.m.. and every Friday evening thereafter. A musical program will be presented by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yomen, including community singing, and a literary program by Max wish I COUid personally apologize original estimate of 3.950 to a liketo your hard working committee Astor and Philip Nashkin. | v 6.660." members for any inconvenience M. Chomitz will preside. Rockwell's Wife Repudiates Him Continued from Page 1-A was in the Arlington County Camestic Relations Court in which he was held in contempt of ccn.-t for defaulting on 5200 month'/ alimony payments to his form*." wife. However, Mrs. Rockwell said she was not destitute, as had been reported and that she wat now getting financial support. Mrs. Rockwell, the Nazi's first wile, saTd she was puzzled as t.y how Rockwell first became interested in Nazism and anti-Semitism. She said he had many close Jewish friends in service during Worlri War II and while he attended Brown University. She said h^r daughters often said about their father, "What is the matter witu him?" The second Mrs Rockwell, member of a prominent family in Iceland, left Rockwell in 1959. when the family became appalled )/ '• Rockwell's Nazi ideas. etwee PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHIO\ CENTER OF ThE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Styles for Men and Women fREE PARKING SPACE W REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the !W Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS flUED CONTACT UNSES THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFO needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, litjens, dishes, drapes, etc. All proceeds go towards support of the Home. You may contribute, take a tax deduction or i w II pay cash for same. Remembe' we are NOT a profit-making organiiaion We are helping your community to keep its dignity. By he'p^g others you are helping yourself! 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SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year S5.00 Three Years $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 34 Number 43 Friday, October 27, 1961 17 Heshvan 5722 Cedars of Lebanon Hospital ,*&**t *WM H *Y <**; Cedars of Lebanon is no longer a name. It is a reality. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will open its doors in dedication ceremonies Sunday. (See special supplement, Sec. C.) The new medical institution on Miami's ho :zon is a tribute to the perseverance of the nony men and women in this community — dcctori and other professional and business pecple — who have helped it along from the very start. Their financial contributions in the form of c'.i £ and bend purchases, as well as their countless hours of volunteer labor, will bear h for them Sunday. It is expected that some 5.1 TO Greater Miamians will attend the dedicate ceremonies to take pert in the official Cedars opening. Our community is rapidly becoming a Southern landmark for its expanding and increasingly excellent medical facilities. The We-ropolitan Medical Center, on NW 14th st., err>oracing Jackson Memorial Hospital and the L versity of Miami medical school among others, is the site on which Cedars of Lebanon v.: function as this area's newest addition to OB already fine bevy of existing hospitals here. A non-sectarian medical institution, which Will serve the needs of all regardless of race ex religion, Cedars has lcrgely benefited from the knowing leadership of many physicians and laymen who occupy positions of prominence in the Greater Miami Jewish community. These, together with other equally-distinguished men and women in the general community s professional, civic and philanthropic alioiis, can now enjoy a sense ci fulfilled pride their achievement. But the Cedars dedication and opening Sunday are in reality only a beginning. The institution's upper floors remain to be completed. It is this task to which these leaders v.M now dedicate themselves, joined by the many thousands of South Floridians who take pride in the continuing progress of their city. (Psalm* mi Tribute to Mr. Friedland Samuel Friedland will be honored at a tribute dinner Saturday evening in the Diplomcl hotel. The occasion will mark Mr. Friedland'fl 14 years of dedicated service to Temple Emanu-EL But the tribute dinner will recognize him for more than that. The past decade and a hall have seen Mr. Friedland emerge as one Oi the American Jewish community's leading ilanthropic personalities. His participation in a host of religious, cultural, educational, and general civic enterprises is legion. The Greater Miami Jewish community knows Mr. Friedland for his leadership in Federation and Bonds for Israel, as well as in Temple Emanu-EL In addition as chairman of the board of Food Fair Stores, he heads a srecial Food Fair Foundation that grants university scholarships to children of employees. Nationally, Mr. Friedland's activities and contributions in behalf of the Jewish Theolog-:-l Seminary of America and Brandeis University, among others, engraves his name on t.ne select roster of men whose positions are assured in the annals of American Jewish cdiairs. One can go on and on listing Mr. Fried'end's contributions, roles o: preeminence, and c wards of recognition, but these would merely d accolades without shedding new light on bis already well-established distinction. Temple Emana-Q will honor Mr. Friedland en Saturday with a special "Thank You" dinner. Sut the entire Jewish community will be cluing the Temple to express its own thanks for his many achievement in human philanthroj %  5 5^1 ^S Mightier Than the Sword With all the rocket-rattling these days, and the speculation about whether the Soviet Union exploded a 30 or 50-megaton nuclear wearjon eerily Monday, we often fail to remember mat the pen is still mightier than the sword. Ask Eugene Yevtushenko. Ask him particularly because he is a Soviet literary artist, whrose poem, "Babi Yar," has been making more penetrating headlines than Nikita Khrushchev's atom-bomb pyrotechnics ever will. "Babi Yar" laments the Nazi slaughter of some 40.000 Jews in a suburb of Kiev, Russia, during World War II. But it does more than that; by highlighting the official Soviet effort, to wipe out the memory of the slaughter, it underscores what Red leaders are forever denying: that anti-Semitism is a virulent and ongoing thing in the center of the communist world. The Yevtushenko poem has burst the bonds of Soviet censorship and spread like wildfire. A.ready translated into many languages and being read wherever men are permitted to think, "Bcbi Yar" puts the lie to the pap of a socrial Utopia for his dictatorship that Nik::a Khrushchev outlined before the Communist Congress as late as last week. The poem also puts the lie to the 30 (or 50)-megaton blast. It reverberates with more teJing significance, and will certainlv endure •oner after the radioac::ve fallout of the blast has challenged the survival of man's blood and bones. He's Out ot the Running The struggle to find a successor to the late Dacj Hammarskjold entered its silent phase th-s week Burma's U Thant as the logical man to fs.il the empty secretary general" i chair has for *he moment fallen into the background. Whatever inside big-power struggles at be UN this denotes, one thing seems sure: Mongi Slim, of Tunisia, now president of the General Assembly, touted as successor within days following the death of Mr. Hammarskjold, is himself, deader than a doornail. The polemic of Ahmed Shukairy, delegate of Saudi-Arabia, before the United Nations explains Mongi Slim's fete better than any other example. The polemic was a vitriolic attack against the State of Israel — the kind of attack presidents of the General Assembly have consistently interrupted in the past. But Mongi Slim stooa his hand from the cavel and permitted Shukairy to bring his ^eecli to its oitter conclusion. -His sense of reserved objectivity forever shown to be non-existent, Mongi Slim is now beyond guestion out of the running. On Dedicating Ourselves To Reading Jewish Books A prominent Japanese publishing firm, the house of Kyobunkan. is about to publish a new book, in Japanese, entitled "Challenge to Idolatry: History and Tradition of Ancient Israel." The author is an American, Dr. Harry M. Orlinsky. professor of Bible at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. The translator is Dr. Kobayashi Masayuki, professor of Western History at Waseda University, one of the leading institutions of higher learning in Japan. When one adds to these two illustrious names the name of one other American, Dr. Hyman Kublin, professor of history at Brooklyn College, one of the most fascinating stories of modern iniercultural exchange begins to take shape. The story begins with a visit to Japan, on a Fuibright Fellowship, in 195ti. b> Dr. Kublin. The latter knows the Japanese language very well, and is an expert on Japanese bistcry; Dr. Kublin became acquainted with Prof Masayuki, having learned that this Japanese scholar had interested himself lor years in projecting before Japanese scholars a picture of Jews and Judaism that would counter the anti-Semitic canards spread in that country under the influence of German Nazism. As a result of the friendship established between the two professors — one a Jewish teacher Of history at Brooklyn College, the other a historian on the faculty a; Waseda University — Prof. Masayuki decided to engage in translation of works that would inform Japanese readers about Jews and Judaism. In I960, Prof. Kobsyushi's first translation appeared. It is a book by the British writer. Norman Bentwich. entitled %  I srael." The Japanese version of this book, first published in England in 1952. is called "The.Rebirth of Israel." The translator as well as the publishers expected a very ill sale. But when the reviews appeared in.the Japanese press and learned journals, they had a surprise. Twenty-nine of the first 30 reviews were what we could call in this country "rave reviews." It turned out that the only reviewer who did not like the translation of the Bentwich work is a specialist in the Arab Middle East. The first edition was followed quickly by a second printing. But Prof. Masayuki has felt that Japanese readers must know net only about modern Israel, they must learn also,of the Jewish people's past. For years, he had persisted, through articles in Japanese learned journals, and through a seminar at Waseda. to devote considerable attention to the history of the Jewish people, their problems, their contributions to world culture. Following the success of the translation oi the Bentwich work, he decided to translate the authoritative "Ancient Israel," by Prof. Orlinsky, so as to provide for Japanese scholars and general readers the background needed for a more thorough understanding of the life, works, tribulations and triumphs of the Jewish people. Just how necessary such an undertaking is. has been proved "illy, in recent years, in the experiences of Israeli diplomats at the United Nations and in capitals around the world. As Israelis have come into closer contact with Asian and African peoples long oppressed by colonial regimes, the Israelis have found that some of the most elementary concepts familiar to Westerners are almost totally unknown to the leaders and educated classes of the newly emerging peoples. By ALFRED H. PAUL Japan is not i newly emerged. the class of ^ Japanese too are ^ ?< more at home in Western-2fl and technology than J !" H Western philosophy S7IJ2!| The Judeao-Chrisuan her '] on the whole, a closed <££\\ them for the si,np.e reas^ I they have had no contact i,rJ u This'! adl,,,le,imeto i l it. This is one reason why P Masayukis work takes on M significance. There is a new organization L, Japan now, formed only I year, called the Society for Z\ ish Studies in Japan. Amons tr organizers and "promoters" f this society are. in addition ti prof. Masayuki, a number of ven prominent Japanese scholars' > prominent statf member Ministry of Education ai a well-known industrialist whoh aisu the managing director of the Japanese Boy Scorn League; arj a member oi Par:., are key persor.alitie goes far among their interest in forward work of the new important. This writer has in front of ha now the official statement of objectives of the new society. V.j are bound." states the "in our common interest in various forms of Israelite or Jewish civilization in the pas; and pre*ent. their real bases, and the interrelation between them and the non-Jewish world. We largely share the view on the development and the present condition! of Jewish studies and dis< of 'the Jewish questi This is no fly-by-night group, nor a group cf wide-eyed novice--. but a group of scholars and too civic personalities Their researches are aimed al the following purposes (as in their prospectus): "D To help thos.who take genuine intellectual and human interest in the central theme of Israelite or Jewish life and culture, regardless of their fait." position, occupation and urea if discipline, to cooperate f tual enlightenment aspiration towards truthful learning. "2I To enable us I Israelite or Jewish civilization is permeating from ancient times, through the Middle Ages to the present day. not only in Pa but in the whole worl : in the aspect of its deresopmenl in the history of the world, and to Inquire into the life and < heritages of the Jewish people in any period of history and ui any place in the world. "3) To enable us to stud) I ; raelite culture in the sense, not only from the points of view of religion and Christi or linguistically and archdeologically, but in all the disciplines of humanities, social and natural sciences." The society is realistic. II divorces itself in its prospectus from some over-eager, Quasischolarly or even anti-S< points of view which are nurtured on Nazi anti-Semitism, drawing even upon the so-called "Protocols of the Elders of Zion. or swallowing whole such notions as the existence of a "common ancestry" between the Japanese people and the Jewish people The organization has one principal aim: "to exchange our idea? and information in our research as well as to play a role of public enlightenment towards correct understanding of Israel and the Jewish people, and its de dissemination." The work of Prof. Masayuki and the labors of the societj are indeed welcomed in this country, and in Israel.



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• • ^ friday. October 27. 1961 vJemlsii ftcrkttain Page 5-A Glvbb Pasha Pessimistic About Peace DETROIT—(JTA)—Sir John Baghope for a "political settlement' ott Glubb, one-time commander of problems in the Middle East. Jordan's Arab Legion, told the vtroit Economic. Club this week The British general, speaking on the Middle East, made no mention hat there was little reason to! of Israel, but did give some comments on the Israel-Arab situation in reply to questions. He said, in reply to one of the questions, that firing on the Israel-Jordan border, which had been frequent a few years ago, had practically stopped because "people are cooling off. I think it means that people are saying "let's get this settled'." He attributed Israel's success in solving its problems to the high level of education of Israelis, compared with that of the Arab neighbors. He said the Arabs also were suffering because they were ous of each other and not (in He was asked his opin : on a.* t< I basic cause of Arab hostility ward Israel and replied that | World War 1, the Jews repress :seven percent of Palestinep %  l ation and the Arabs "thought it i was their country." Make Good the Promise! You promised them life—you promised them liberty—you promised a chance for a new future to hundreds of thousands of human beings when you made your pledge this year to our community campaign. The time has come to make good your promise — in cash. For only cash can make the promise come true. Only cash can build the farm settlements, build the homes for immigrants, buy the medicines, furnish the care and education and training needed by youth and aged among 320,000 unabsorbed immigrants— for the vital help needed by men, women and children in 26 lands throughout the world. ONLY CASH can save lives—build lives. PAY YOUR PLEDGE—TODAY. YOU GIVE TO MORE THAN 50 OVERSEAS, NATIONAL AND LOCAL CAUSES WHEN YOU GIVE TO THE COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL of the GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION



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[riday, October 27. 1961 Jen asti fk>rid/for Page 7-A Members of the host committee for the Temple Beth Sholom Israel Bar Mitzvah dinner to take place Sunday evening at the Eden Roc hotel rneet to finalize plans for the dinner which will honor Isadore Hecht. Seated (clockwise) are Maury S. Olir.ick. Aaron Newman. William Agranove, Max Sheinman, Ben Markowitz, P.jbbi Leon Krortish, James M. Albert, Jack A. Cantor, chairman of the board of governors for Germans Withdraw Claim Anne Frank Diary Was a Forgery LUBECK, West Germi fTA 1 • slander charg • • • with—The trial of two meml •• drawn when the I %  deneo-Nazi German Re:chspartei ,. ;arcd tha had charges oi slandering the memory of Anne Frank ended this week in convinced them of tl if an agreed settlement, the ueienheir charges and that tne in Israel Bonds, Abraham Baker, Louis F. Snetman, Ralph Spero, Jack Rifkin. Jack Wagner, Dr. Alexander Robbins. Standing (clockwise) are Irwin Block, of the Israel Bond Organization. Bernard Kamine. Sidney Ansin, Benjamin Rimer. Dr. Aaron Kahan, executive director of the Israel Bond Organization, Louis Grossman, A. C. Fine, Max Rosen, Leon I. Ell, Dr. Ralph Cobb, Julius Cooper, Nathan Waldman. dants withdrew their claim that the diary of Anne Frank was i forgery and the prosecution dropped the charges. Otto Frank, father of the girl who died in a Nazi concentration camp and whose diary became an international best-seller, filed the charges against h.gli school teach cr Lothar Stieiau and Heinrich Buddeberg. The two men had declared that "certain circles" had enriched themselves on the "tragic fate" of Anne Frank while "hatemongering against the German people." ••yond doubt." The prosecuti n "I '.hat the investigation of tl'.e two neo-Nazis had not revealed any anti-Semitic motive behind th-ir claim that the diary was a : : %  ry. it was disci ised *' d SI IU was suspended fnm hitea g post two years ago because the .Ministry of Education regard id his teaching as detrimental to the "democratic education" of German youth. ?eth Sholom Tribute to Isadore Hecht ilso to Celebrate Israel's Bar Mitzvah Jack Gaines. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Geller. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Granoff. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Hecht, : Mrs. Samuel Hirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Horowitz, At a gala dinner dance Sunday Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual rjr. ant | Mrs. Leo Levin. Mr. and t-enlng in the Edsn Roc hotel, leader of the Temple, pointed out, Mrs. Howard H. Miller, Mr. and emple Beth Sholom will celebrate that the appearance of Ambassador Mrs. Morry B. Morris, Mrs. Flor-[•ael's Bar Mitzvah and horror one! Shneerson in Miami "will be a I its community's leading citipersonal tribute to Hecht for his devotion and leadership to Israel To be honored will be Isadore an d an act of recognition for Tern:cht In recognition of his "years ple Beth sho i om One of the highlights of the dinner dance will be a ceremony in recognition of Temple Beth Sholom's pilgrims to Israel. These are members of the Temple who have visited Israel in its Bar Mitzvah year and include Mr. and Mrs James M. Albert. Mr. and Mrs. David Balogh, Mr. and Mrs. William Bornstein, Cantor David Conviser, Julius E. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Ell. Mr and Mrs. jf service to the land of Israel, the )eople of Israel, his congregation. Bis community and his fellowman," |it was announced by James II. Alert. Temple Beth Sholom's presignt, who is also dinner chairman. ence Nadler, Dr. and Mrs. Julian Rickles, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schick, Mr. and Mrs. John Serbin, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Silverman. 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rcre >-A +3ei*IVrH&*r Friday. October 27. Leading Britons Hit Soviet Anti-Jewish Actions man* of oar cotes;:, are aperturbed -... t.rne* h* %  Sen •., free* s *9 1-A its a tlfc oc t tttt dear •Jiere i* r --ataen j • ateartef deev y LHV^:' de the s--. i:>i-v. ir ^ j' the Us? cents* tii %  ** •* their so-.3er-i9cr.i* have iLatost •tt ""h* ewrfftfK* had been *trr^cted) by twt members o* P'a-net*. Richard CfMMMI and _d Bso*Hby. ni by lw" W ***. pceminer* A-s's • J e- fci *o>' Emirv El Ltvtr>o#. 8•I j~*>or rti rafJSeej •-* S-c • Sf Lon. rti.i*d H i:-* — %  t;-**-eree a *•; ed -*-< %  — m ". s-twat:on e/f SOY e* <--• i*cierd '%  • ad • ;- .n *'t '*-•:; -J-*: : •-• tmttk srf J**' S* --.• iMfhim %  *> • shoaaj —** --.• c oc^e M MM -*• as i -. ----•-* %  -.:' ParLaaBetC festapeaed the aaV --. %  .::.i-.: :--:;-: -i .-T..;fre* of arti-SeaiJI bale >.:-•; : vcmnwcities rerr. a %  --.:.--:: "-• •' ..r *-.•:•.-. —-. sr.\->?-.:.; M hi Bassets hi ----" -• ""-~i rr_oedared ;j-i-xtjri. eeOectrvei of ili---.ssB hare m Ere* .-'.-:-,-..>.-.-:.:.--. -" -.-:,:Be \" : -_-. art 5 %  "; hi Ike sad v :;>: .the -. -. tt I %  -..--he i*-d t trcaUBCBt of J< %  %  :-. ,, Um m ,.. tary speaker, Marco* Lipor. Po-n+,r wt that Cbme had e!%  1W0 )d Jew* to leave "because --r limplr *d not fit rnt* ttw C*•**• r*#oJwtioo." h* d "torn* Rvuiin Jews may not fit in perttapt — we may h oo that me Rtrssiant wiM emviate the -stoop to • looofcj of the Wood ..•ie Stree4l ; BOC S B. L:e(-.k.r. --. I lived in R-r^ ; -.,;..'. r ssi. 1 *j-not e\en = -r* of the Jewish probtea I learned •beat h later I am a^iar.*-^ I did not abouj it before z-x I JT: ~ia. ::... 5 g --. '---:. Rnaaiaas feel the MOM "; %  r psrpose u tt den and eaJ :-:.>ok or Declara wherever they are. Tr.; : .. u : .-. the Iran i to the problem Jael thari -incredJble a* it B aj ^a Asa Ito P? !" ^ fonld .cc.r .RutaiW der certatn s.ch mami author.:.r: a %  .-iUat:on it'.r::.: the r %  • 'Kick-OW Dinner Sff Ttt Germany Today To be His Topic erntang T>:s> il I like Mr 1 ia' %  • .. -: Vhi the Baf :-rlife e: i ilitiei A Kop* *-* Russia rr.'iqH allow • &f Jews ro emigrate was expressed b artoKer pan.amenof Temple ~* .: ;•. M Vi i Teaapie • ~ %  •::.' r • ." Lr. kei BroUaerhoo -=: • Dietrich a retired i ; '*• c*. -.tone i be s-*:" tpeakeT A i' %  •: •r-T./r. ... is.%  i..-.~;.'. taek Wag Mocrefjaali —rre only one -.'.-. .rT. — j-.; Eisafl: Baaeaa'i b= %  %  %  he said Ihe hv • rr.aerof ?.--•. ir k t be reunited -.•---v^rif :.-.*.: :.-..— .: rir. hai '.. %  •ri:*raaaaj 'ra' The Jewish na reed 44 yean after tl e The onJy non-British particip*fit in the co nf ere n ce, Manws Sperber a well-known French author, told the conference: "The Russian Jews remain a people, whatever the Soyief theory may be. Many of them live as the Marrar.es did, as far as their Jewishnees is concerned, though they are free as citizens by and larpe. 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Friday, October 27, 1961 +Jen 1st fhrSdUenri Page 9-A Adult Classes Now Under Way Beth David adult education classes are now under way. The Sunday morning and Tuesday evening lecture series continue as follows: Sunday, Oct. 29 — "A Layman Looks at Jewish Life." 11 a.m. Featured will be Bernard Segal in a discussion of "Judaism and Christianity." Tuesday. Oct. 31—"Crises in Jewish Life," 9 p.m. Featured is Rabbi William Sajowitz in "Hebraism Defies Hellenism '" This lecture is in conjunction with the Bureau of Jewsli Education. One hour prior to the lectures, classes in both Hebrew and Biblical History are held Some vacancies still exist for enrollment in both, lectures series. i In addition, a . Meetings are held at the Temple at BOth st. and Carlyle ave.. on the first and third Wednesday of each month. Israel Consul Due at Reception Zvi Eadan, Consul of the State ol Israel for economic affairs in the Southeastern United States, will be guest of honor at a cocktail reception Tuesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, 7320 SW 123rd st., Kendall Eadan will talk about investment : opportunities for Greater Miami ans in Israel, which is intensifying its private investment program as the nations nears its 14th anniversary of independence. A graduate of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem's school of eco( nomics, Eadan came here two months ago from a post in London as director of the Government oi | Israel Investment Authority in Great Britain. Eadan will outline several proposals for new industrial developments in Israel as well as plans .to expand existing firms. THE LEBEDIKER BRANCH F.LZ.O. w.'shes fo thank the great Coloratura Soprano KAMI DON, the Piano Virtuose, ESTH'.K BARRtTT, and the fine artists, BORIS PR/TCHER, ROTH StUAHT and ARTHUR iDEN for their excellent performance on Sofurdry, October 14th, to a fully packed home at the Seville Hotel. The Arrangements Committee. RENT IT, INC. Factory Trained Sharpening ft Repairs Rent A Typet Mowers SAW & CUTLERY SHARPENING LOCKSMITH Denier for: Lawn BoyHuffyEclipse Moto Moyer-Cooper Klpper-Reo 1220 S.W. 57th AVENUE MO 6-4811 FREE PICK UP — TOOL RENTALS OF ALL TYPES LV MIAMI (Cunr


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Poca 10-A *Je*>ist n+rijfor Friday. October 2" 1961 Only De Gaulle By MAX 15RNER Dublin's Lord Mayer Briscoe WiM Visit Temple Menorah Dinner HOY. 9 The big p6li1 Su ning to Pa~ ill ir.ist. j Mini n iry man or politi the rank I \ itsell .wnoleheai H isn't easy. T1 own mi n WHY AND HOW HAS IT h wpe.ned" D. & contradictory rela\ %  l the army and to the men of the rig rt ii the briefest and simple-t termhe was placed in power by %  i coup which aimed to destroy 'hlie in order to {o n with the Algerian war; and having come to power he findhi -lied • itroj the same right-wing elementthai brought him I id to n end to the war they wanted to win The generals and colonelof the army in Algeria may well say to I 'We did not bring you to this height ,o that you could ipit down from H upon us. Nor will we allow you to carry out the betrayal not only of us but of France itself, and of its honor and grandeur that you were committed to reconquer and rebuild." Th ihe logic of the bitterness of the officers and civilians in Algeria against de Gaulle. It iupon the rock of this logic that the OAS bui] rronst church out of explosive plastic. To them de Gaulle i.the -implest terms, a traitor—which is why they are bent upon me,nk out to him a traitor's punishment not one political defeat but acti U death. -*-^-*htr Oubliner, Lillian Melanie Isaacs. Me entered Irish pottties in 1926. and since 1927 hu *>een a member of the Irish Dail Parliament). Mayor Briscoe is a founder of the Fianna Fail movement and has consistently represented it in the Parliament and ;n the Dublin Corporation city government) since it was reconstituted in 1930. Dublin operates under a city manager plan, with policy decided by the Corporation Council, oi which as Lord Mayor he is chairman Pokey is administered jointly by the manager and the Lord Mayor. KOBtKT BKIiCOc Miami Committee Reelects Pallot City of Miami beautiftcv mittee has reelected E Albert lot as chairman tor a two term. Pallot has headed the c committee since its format. 1959. Newly-elected vice char: Miami Postmaster Eugene M lap. Mrs. James A. Dunn an fred Browning Parker Mrs. Lillian Claugbton, M si Alice MacVicar and Louis Ca were reelected vice chairmen. Ehzabe'h Martell was reelc secretary. Restrictions j Against Jews In Michigan j Continued from Page 1-A ADL committee on emerging issues in church-state relationships, reported on a survey of 26 municipalities in all parts of Michigan. He said the survey found distribution of Bibles through public schools, celebration of Christmas and Easter in such a manner as to "virtually comprise church services," Bible classes during school time on school property, use of clergymen for religious instruction in classrooms, and school Baccalaureate services. frequently compulsory and often held in churches. Circuit Judge Victor J. Baum. new chairman of the Michigan regional advisory board of the ADL. told the delegates that special care was essential in drafting a bill oi rights at the Michigan Constitutional Convention now in progress. "With other freedom-loving Americans, we want a meaingful bill of rights which will shield the liberties and opportunities of minorities." he said. He added that alertness was needed against "any move to weaken the Bill of Rights or to limit opportunity for minority groupELECT RAY HODGES To Your HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL Help fff.W to Help YOI THE MAN WHO BEAT CITY HAIL' Pull LEVER 11-A October 31st — !M V %  A l\ "One Good Term Deserves Another" CONTINUE THE STEADY PROGRESSIVE i GROWTH OF 1 DADE COUNTY'S I SECOND LARGEST CM Hlf* '# ELECT FULL LEVER 19-A CHAS. A. WHITEACRE YOUR HIALEAH COUNCILMAN BACKGROUND • Former %  -, • | • • Pati Pretident .-> 9s£\iz• •on %  • Member o< b.S P--> itety • Htaleah re % %  %  .sari • Man ad. 4 FAVORS Strongly holding the line on TAXES RETURN Victor Vic WILDE TO YOUR HIALEAH COUNCIL PULL LEVER 21-A \ VOTE For and ELECT RALPH 0. SNYDER TO HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL 'Ihere's Got To Be Some Changes Made" PROGRESS WITH ECONOMY Pull LEVER 17-A Oct. 31



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Fiidoy. October 27, 1961 ^Jewisf fkricfi&n Page 11-A Israel Raps Saudis for Rejection of Peace Offer i to cooperate was a key factor in I the failure cf this proposal. The documents also recalled Hammarskjold's hroad plan in 1959 lor eco,quently sopped delegates, includwho had collaborated with the settlement in other countries. nomic development of the entire "mf r Kh a!r h r d % h n ^h 10 Pl C Nalista,he,naMmurt r 0tJew8. The documents recalled that the Middle East which could have led to implement "all" UN resolutions ; Ennd ESSi I She < uo, *'"" Arab newsj Assembly voted as far back as 19521 to the integraUon of many of the (n Palestine, a request to the In" papers in Jordan, Damascus and for a S30O.00O.O0O fund to reinterefugees into Israel's economy "as wrnational Atomic Energy Agency j Asserting "surprise"' that "this Beirut praising Eichmann and urilU :hl refugees either by re-, well as of the Arab States." Arab tehcclc "the potentials" of the Isvicious speech. with~rts racial inexpressing regrets that he had PStriation or resettlement over a! 'ntransigence was shown to have atomic reactor" and the de-1 eitement. its direct personal ofnot been ab e f0 fj n ; sn the j ob three year period. Arab failure' killed this plan. tarizatlon of Jerusalem. | fense, and its outright falsehoods, „f exterminating the rest of the Continued from Page 1-A of Israeli Arabs, a UN commission Mrs. Meir, in her blistering rewas allowed to continue uncalled the Arab delegate a checked," Mrs. Meir -aid Shuk.iiaborator with the ex-Mufti of ill m, a wartime Hitler asJews." and asserted that the Arab leaders, in their "blind hatred," fed "this poision" even to their youngest people. Mrs, Meir rebutted Shukairy's rj 't equati .. I ith Nazism could be mad< only by som i:te and a speaker of outright'who either know whal NaMrs Mier also indirectly crilit r km ut did nol tare. Mongi Slim, of Tunisia. Sh< I that Snub proposi \ robe ol the ent of the General Assembly, been i i I the Arab Higher %  %  • An i I r allowing Shukairy to use th Committe* World War II with 1 ents She mbly for such a speech, since and thug .. ssociate' i I Ihi to represident's have •: %  Jerusalem,", fute thai the Israel i njoyed : on ft %  ]. and bett r ecoi the I • Arab countri Sec%  was to I '. \ hi iriate ect bi question oi St i Arabia.'' Sh cited a irabi f slavery ai >' ise thi perm < %  : slat i ..an a i nt or broker i x cepl with an official license iss i by the competent authority." "Baseless" was Mrs. Melr's term for Shukairy's charges that Israel sought to expand its territory at the expense of the Arabs and that Organizations Express Appreciation For Impending 6en. Yadin Lecture Here Florida organizatioi this oi • ied in hailing the pul • given by Gen. Yigael at Betl : ife sor of archai log} al University of J( rusa-&, Ctrncheone. Tea*. Reception*. Banquove, ParTlee, Olnnara from 20 to 2000 catarad In tho manner of th* Diplomat. an unhurried, •war•attentive. eot-SDoken eervlce that make* •* avant of your occasion. on Mondaj night, Nov i i ( Miami Beach Higli School audii rium. The Jewish Floridian and the Si nth Florida Division of the rican Friends of the Hebrew t Diversity are the official CO-sponsers of the meeting, which will Gen. Yadin, In his lecture, will stress the recent expeditions he led into the Ji-dean desert, which provided historical proof of the Bar Kochba revolt against Rome in the second century. He will utilize slides taken during the trip. The brilliant archaeologist solthe onlv open gathering in the dil r also is generally credited with thcrc r nad becn an attcmpt to as South at which Gen. Yadm will bcin S responsib.c .or the final loMMinate the late Da g Hammar &rpear. Expressing their appreciation *or the world-renowned General's appearance here were the American Jewish Physicians Committee, the Greater Miami chapter of Alpha Omega dental fraterni%  > and the Florida chapter of the Archaeological Institute of America. The AJPC sponsors the Hebrew University Hadassah medical school, and Alpha Omega plays the same role for the Hebrew UniverIn another UN development, the Palestine Conciliation Commission placed the whole Arab refugee problem into historical perspective. The record consisted of two documents, one dealing with the question of compensation to the Arab refugees for properties abandoned in Israel cation of the lamed Dead Sea skjold dunnp onc of njs VISIts Q Scrolls at the Hebrew University Jerusalom Hl r concluding comof Jerusalem. mcilt W 1S (ha( uch Arab spee ches Arrangements are being made „ m||f) no s op srac from seeking for a special reception prior to the 0 acnievc peaceful relations with lecture for non-Jewish and Jewish j(s Arah neighbors, leaders of the clergy, education and communal affairs. South Florida television viewerwill get an advance view of Gen. Yadin on Thursdax. Nov. 2. when the famed archaeologist general appears on the Today show of the National Broadcasting Company. WCKT. ch. 7. will air an interview with the world-lamed prolesfity dental school, both now under „ ur just prior to his departure lor and the other "The Question of construction at Ein Karem. site of MJam Bt acn Reintegrate by Repatriation or the Hadassah Hebrew University -,,„, To(j ,. carried by Resettlement." Medical Center. lh (i ... K ir;m 7 un!ll 9 am Exact _. .. „ President William Finsten. of time of Gen. Yadin s appearance !" nc t or h !" *" on ,lu> the Archaeological institutes local Nov 2 will depend on the day's effo rt f Arab delegates to pergroup, praised The Jewish Flor.dinews developments. f uade hc |" countries particularly an and American Friends for makm addition to the Hebrew Uni! cst ( '' ,h <; ** Ajte" African ir.g Gen. Yadin's appearance open v< rsitv office, tickets are available b,oc p £ a ). ,he 1948 J !" resolutions to the public. There will be no in the offices of International T*urs "".I?!. 68 )" 16 gav th rcfu f c s „ a fund-raising of any tvpe at the in Burdines. Miami, and 1678 Col„ '?•''. ; repatriation and that keture lin ave never considered the Reservations may ne made at They also may be secured at thej alterna1 compensation and rethe Hebrew University office, 940 offices of Z i m Israel Lines. 407 Lincoln rd., or by telephoning JE Lincoln Road bldg.; El Al Israel 8-1707. Lines. 1602 Washington ave; and Gen. Yadin. former commanderGateway Tours. 1638 Collins ave. in-chief of the Army of Israel, also win be feted at a private dinner Newspaperman fa Speaker Nov. 5 at the home ol Jack D. Gorr r r don, president of the South Florida I'endrik 1. Berns. ol me Miami i ivision of the American Friends. News, spoke at a meeting WednesMembcrs of the Greater Miami day sponsored by the public affairs Rabbinical Assn. will meet with department of the Greater Miami Gen, Yadin. who was field comSection. 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Page 12-A +Jmist fkrkM&n Friday. October 27 1SSJ Beth Am Begins $200,000 Drive For New Addition Lctr! "ecders —re: lo plan cc:r.ers;o"e dedicaticr. s: the Lcu.3 c .•?e-e:-_: Merwitzer. bidg.. facility at the new Hi Ac eincj cons tr ucted cm Miami Beech. Left TO right zie Harry Gent wary lite pi B. L El.-.-; Revitz ::.rj-coi the executive oommitLouia Merwitzer, eampait and Samuel Reinl-.'.:-; i Lee president Louis and Rebecca Merwitzer Building Dedication at Hebrew Academy Nov. 12 Terr pie Beth Am. 5950 No Kendall ix. So. Miami, has announced the beginning of a fund drive to build a second school building and sanctuary The estimated cost is 5200.000. ?f ?' BeiS **rr?.Sihder H h e -pintual leadership of Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard. has some-5S'fname? and over 800 children m la weekend religious school. The Tempi* plant to add six classrooms, an arts and craft rcom, music room, library and youth lounge to ts present school facilities. The proposed rw sanctuary, with permanent seafi.'g for about 400 peop'e, w.ll be added to the exis'ing auditorium. This w'll enabie the corgregaHon to seat 1,6C0 at peak periods. An Fellman declare that these additions *ill give Beth Am "some of •he finest facilities in the South." Joseph Altschuller. fund drive chairman, hopes to raise the money v.ithin the neit 10 weeks The drive will be spotlighted with Beth Am'f:rst congregational dinner on Sunday evening. Ncv 2€. Gur.peat ers for the evening tnl] .-. ?jtp Dante Fascell, Kami, ard Rabbi Leon Kronish. ci Te-rple Be h >ho. lorn. Honorary efcabineD t.h e evening will be DsvM Ufa member of the boarc of Matee • e Temple. ... i B dr. i 24th -. %  I wa • • i in her or of Mr and .v .C h a r 1 e %  Chan In barge oi arr i -. g t m enti for I for the Nov 12 B.I ROSEN %  r presidenl Leonard Rosen chairman oi the board; Maurice Ri %  ? %  hainnan of the exe< • • %  Hi,— %  • orar) • Bienei I Full Maunci rii 3am ReinI Mr. and Mrs. Merwitzer, who celebrated their golden wedding ar.niv eri ary last year, came from Pittsburgh to Miami Beach. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greottr Miami's Largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale & Retail ISRAEL/ GIFTS AND NOVELTIES 417 Washington Av§. JE 1-9017 %  : %  Mi %  • ren and fivi j •. .-. Pittsl As first vici and chairHebrew Academy, Merwitzer is spea % a drive for 13.000,000 ajcb $7 ,000 has already been commit He ian active member of Beth Tfilah < ion. Bonds f'.r 1rael, Jewish Federation, Ji National Fur iglotu Z: and Hebrew Free Loan The campaign committee which Merwitzer heads at the Hebrew Academy includes Benjamin Appel, Abe Aranoff, Herman Berk, Sue and Ann Berkowitz, Jerome B ; ener.field, Morris Bier.enfield, B. I. Binder, Dr. Louis Bunim, Charles Charccwsky, Joseph Cohen, Morris Cohen. %  : Deakter, Morn; Dubler, nberg, Emanut l I el, Irving Firtel, Charles Feuchtbut, Harrj i !ei et L'S T L -, TO Lb."ISRAEL'S STIMULAT .-, ROL O'AoLE D SCt -S ON // ii A T0RAH OF TRUTH Every Sunday at 9:10 P.M. WKAT 1360 on Your Dial LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARR AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 [Miami Hebrew Book Stc 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 1-3840 Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues, Schools a Private Ut ISRAELI a DOMESTIC GIFTS NEWMAN FUNERAL HOME • 133 DADE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH JEfferson 1-7677 Edward T. Newman Funeral Directo* THURMOND MONUMENT CO. 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Friday. October 27. 1961 +Jew 1st fhrfcfiar? Page 13-A imawimhtMirri. %  JEWISH MORALISTS From Sefer Chaaaju'im Jutlah the Puttie (I Jtli Century) Mislead no one through thy ac%  urns designedly, be he lew or nonlew. Injustice must be done to none, whether he belong to our religion or to another. /) thou seest a strange man oj mother faith a!>out to commit Itn; prevent its coming to pass if it be •ii thy power, and herein let th p.uphet Jonah be thy model. ,\o blessing re>:.\ on the money of people who clip coin. ma\e a practice of usurv. use false weight* mil "leiisjires. and are in general ml honest in business; their children lose their homes at last, and mi I to beg for bread. Worthy of punishment is he. too, who heaps excessive burdens •ii the carrying bedste, beats and tures it, a icl{ "r breeding beast ild be tenderly dealt with. Wlici thou fmdest thyself an le who feet and gibe, leave hem at quidfj as thou canst; for %  • r leads %  want of respi 11 i iie'l self and others, and that %  high toad an unchaste li/e. I irents mu I on no account what' stride a grot n up son, curse or o m %  to wrath that hii n d tvith whom deal l OMON SCHII P Cerr.s of \\ I'dom ;hat if the sane procedure was ollowed as in the weekdays by cutting Into the bread, one might sever the piece of bread and thus not accomplish the act of pronouncng the blessing over two whole loaves. Thus, only a cutting mark imade before the blessing over the bread is recited on the Sabbath. 9 V Why do some Sephardic Jews require the visitors to sit down on the floor with the mourners when paying condolence calls? Such was the practice of Job's visitors (Job 2:13). It is a display >f genuine sympathy on the part of the visitors who thus indicate hat they feel as humbled and downcast as do the mourners over •he recent loss. I ma\ he wrong, and fometimej am. but I never have an-, doubt*. IBS8BL. Doiib; it :'-e father of laziness. : UZZATTO. A dream only reflects i'--.e dreamer's thought! rALMI D. • • A man's dreams are an index tc. his greatRABINOW1TZ. • • Beautiful cloches will not hide a hump. —TWBRSKI. • Judaism enjoins 613 duties, bul I;UI>UN no : \mas. S. R. HI AOUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyla v. Orthodox. Rabbi laaae Ever. l-YI'lay 5:80 p.m. Paturda) B:3fl a.m. Karmnii: "Th.Weaknraa nnd Contradictory Nature of thn Human Mind." i:.;n p.m. Minclia. Merinuu: '"The De %  tructton oi Sodom.*' ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. R. Yusko, president. — •-• BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con. cervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. — • — BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomcn Schiff I Vulaj ">.:i' l> ni. Sntiirdaj B SO am Sermon: "Abraham** l^egat-; • BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max ShapiroCantor Hyman Fine. KVIrin.i vr. p.m. hVrmon: "The Rabbi Report Satu daj s l"i a.m • — 1ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox Rabbi H. Louis Rottman l'ii.1 j ", :n p.m Sal irda) 0 ;i m srvii ill, the ."•.. ml. 1.1 of l-'.c purlty BETH JACUU. 301-311 Washington %  ve. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern Cantor Maurice Mamchei. i i .\ .'..:;o p.m. Suturda) 8:311 am .-v : "ToRethe lie** and %  Flai Mltxvah [.eon, *"n of Mr. and MiSam I %  rlati In BETH KODESH. 11551 Quail Roost dr. • BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. : ..! Mil 1) 9 LI BETH TORAH. 16Jtn st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip •chitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. ,. ... > an i %  • %  m Si nnon %  •||n to i trow Up ami Live Bi tti dnj N i". .i m Bar !lt\ .ih: Leonard, Ron of Mr and Mr*. Herman Peldman; M k on of Mr. and Mi Joseph Prim e. • CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Krlilu) S:15 pm. Sermon: ''Who is H i-i. %  • % %  (i!... L Shabbat honi Mr. and Mr* Jacob Schiff In honor of theii annlver> arj OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. .1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. i • Ida • : I p m. Sermon: "Song the SynnRoirui Saturday St-' 1 a m Sermon: "Portion nf the Week." FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Raobi Ger.iia ] •< Ida v :.'. [i •• Ser non : "Judalam'i ; Solution to tin Problem of Fear and Vinciet) Saturdaj %  a.m Bai Mlti van: I.MM\ and Lory, twin non* of j Mi .in.i Mm. Hurrj Danaky. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON. GREGATION. 555 W. 49th St.. Hialeah. Reform. Riuoi Marius R.-.nson. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. • —— KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. • MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Cantor Fred Bernstein. • MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. KYIila) R:l.*i p m > %  i mon : "Expl i Itibllcul Thoughta." Saturda) i a.m: • TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025: NE 183rd st. Miami Gardens rd. | Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham %  Reisman. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall I dr., S Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodnrr i-1 |di \ .-i" p m B< rmon: "How I Should It. form Ji w i •'• %  n a the ; Sabbath?" Saturday 11:15 a.m. Ba* Mltavah: Barbara, daughter of Mr. %  mi MrBernard Lash. • — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunil.ind Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Raobi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. I %  IE p.m. Sermon: "A Tribute •i, Chi lal .in !-•• idi ra of Vlalon.' < meg Shabbat host: Sisterhood. Saturda) 10:30 a m Sermon: "The Vlalon of Vbraham." • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz PYldaj •"." p.m. Saturdaj 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Robert, aon of Mr. and Mra. Walter Mealnar. e TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chan ave. Liberal, eiabbi Leon Kronisti Cantor Oavln Convlser. Prldai R:lR p.m. Bermon: "la There Hope foi the IN."' Saturday 10: a.m. — • — TEMPLE B'NAi SHOLOM. 16R00 Nv\ 22nd ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry B. Wernick. %  H GEMS OF WISDOM Tlif ear tries MtOttb, ds the palate tastes food. — JOB. Tlie ears are tlie gates to tlie mind. — M. IBN BSM The mouth and tlie ear are a and a fiddle; when the ear is chut the mouth is mute. BIALIK. Whj • s "f'' Thai i: • in the ear uhen : %  .Jld. TAI MUD ;\!i singled out for ..ir.au rei I ; %  e.i' hear what TALMUD. i : %  to formed that I n sle p throi sound and -i HNIT2ER. ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. .u ;, M' Si rmon: "Emai > %  Bt \ i'lea %  R< rtedli ni • a III B ii Mltavah: Robi 11. -,,i and Mr* Hemj Tava; KID M md M Morrla Con %  • % %  • %  • %  • TEMPLE iSRMti. '37 NF. 19th at. Reform. RabO' Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. -. [i in. Sermon': "Prom 11 r man Wouk to Adolf mchmann." TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. FYlda) 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Elchmann Som< Leaaons We Should Learn from h Ti lal." H iturda) I" %  % %  < m. Bar Mltavah Nell, son of Mr. and |i mai — • TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. ] % %  mi 1:15 p m Sermon: "Re*i Ivli g .i Dead Language." Saturda] II a.m. — • — TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gombera. Friday K:13 p.m Sermon: "Isaacthe ,..,, % of Si i Iflce." Saturday • i. i.n Bar Mltai ah: I 'ralg, >"n of y.:and Mi M\ a Sa\ ige — • — %  TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. WaMach. % %  • i l.iv • j I'm. Si : MI: "Mil.i 1 J," TEMPLE TlrERETH JACOB. 851 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. mon : "Ml M" I h to Modern Man." Oneg Shabbal • -• M %  'i' hauni in honor of i dli Sat unlay 9 a.m. Bermon: "Portion of tin e TEMPLE ZAMORM. 44 Zamora ava. Conservative. Pr la) R:1J p.m. Sermon: "TVadltlon an Change." b'.iturdaj >: r, a m. Bar Mltavah Richard, aon of Mr. and Mra. i nard SplegaL TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. 1:30 p %  • >• mon: "Men or Shabbal hoet: Mr and Mra. .!•%  Teltler in honor < %  < new non, Joel Saturdaj 9 I I a m \::ir Miiz\ :!.. iond, aon of Mr. and Seldler. — • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. i ni 8 i mon: "We May i... \ Ih Lined of Abram, but are m iat be I'M. mill of Abraham." Oneg s'laiibat host: Mr, and Mrs. Pelnbera, in honor of their new born daughter. Saturday D n m. Bermon: "is the Pulpit of the Lord Limited?" • YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rahbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Prlda) R:l5 p.m Sermon: "History — is it Repeating it.-, if.'" Saturday 9 :i III. —e^ VOUNO ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st at. OrtnoCix. Raobi Sherwir ioinuai



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--. :H *J sr -=J ??**?*":. :-: %  E:?;S SMTJU< African Delegations Find Arab Refugee Situation Artificial 0YN MLAEl %  £— • • : %  %  % %  jevs,-. K ana '_** group • -' • ;• • : M**BM VMX* > :' • • IT—fee i %  Veteran ol ... • '. The %  %  I ••-".'• i •...... | -*:. theaf >."/{*•.'*;• •• .. ; • • I utM uraUHl I Ml Of the -*<-* p r ;... re i rad agree '. ptaee then" property un'.<-: .{.'-.rt.k'.'i: -.. aifeet bn United frfofions Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON A Lady Named Golda gEGARDLESS OF WHAT — %  •, II I : If %  %  i—she %  The chairman %  •• • %  i %  hi ii /•' II known here, I i eel %  hibo • %  %  %  '. %  •• / next II %  I hi it wi nl The m I ui 'i !• %  ri %  %  i.i 1 1 impi : I spoken il ., inly the la i 'l it oil :.i Meii lodaj some iii< I.I .1 re %  erent tl i till the lame great her cause, sunol hi i coun i VI in pie, men as well as women iwing down—thei no let up in her actit Take Lbfll day the delivered the Auembly ad Ii she had been up until about three o'clock thai morning, partly in bar offlea at the Israeli miaaion, partly in her Mule .ii the Basex He use, putting tba final touchea i>n the ach By B '.'.a %  m ihe was back at !!)•• mission—for th..usual morning with the entire delegation. An hour later, .she was in the Assembly. Her ipoacb had been expected to take 90 minutes She polished it ofl in a little more than half the time. She took the greetings, kisses, huge and congratulations outside tne auditorium in her firm, steady stride. It was Israel that was being applauded u Ear ai ihe aconcerned Jta pr;*?prj la 1 1 .... %  %  1; .%  >-•. 1 re etn e tte 'iu*aj*: : : %  ant Astez. • %  AMERICAN ECHOES %  •. :! A Lemon Now and Then O;; M.S T BE SAD Sr Firvi H-j'f. 114 99He. Yrtc. D^bl*Sr S3.9S P OPULAR NOVELIST ?;--.tad tl a ba M tt is so g > bea .• tax as M, Hurst he* --.%  : u> or ::;• "-'•" take .-* il .:..' read baa public Basieafi) • the (tor) d two ba .'.-lor and rk 1 -..-..ton and ui tery ol Aaae Rea**.-: tie non-Jewish %  •'.:.'.•; %  ace td •">d her -•: timid daughter Melank %  : Mffen •'.r yean ol Fehz'i hatred *• raets bar oara %  %  *'i~ marriage Li-'..:.• ., tba rtoty J' ^elma. and taiiriag *ho puie? for Pel MTbi bardl) red We that •• %  : in the book MM nue '.' the jpaa ol Ume embraced by '.-••. <:*;• a,.. The reader, in •r A right thai ..*.• rould pie .. %  I Be S result is • T i %  have l E • %  I then. Aj • Panorama: -' • %  %  .:.:.-;al Bad t '.-' %  ion of the '.' r* -'.i&-:• .. bout $15 -•::zz the T I -^ram Heel al the 1 : asaaatf is matted at p*T=j>-"r -• la fact :-ir. 5 f pt '. tl expen Li'rr the em?l meal TJM expert %  :• .alfaaa bmu t I I r;c ia b eatenew --. expe: %  stance Program 1 %  -. oaaged in u Off ffie Record* By NATHAN ZIPRIN The Psychological View THERE WAS A t;rr.e %  Jewish defer.se orgaruzi:. r : for arui-Sfc."nite5 uac rugi and cradle* Fortunately the ell the inajutij has largely changed for lews and the :rer.d in thosf ts n •• is to turn to peripheral issues in of course have a profound stak The pendulum now is in the apposite dt< • which, I am afraic. has now rr., at where "here is a dangerous shying asray b malaise—at il anto-Seaaitiam -.^ere a dirty word Yj-r.i r... %  !._n.5 smash Jewish windows painl anti-Jewish slogans ip; and the:r acts are m almos >ntmei ts m ai st parents. sc -... • %  gainst %  a of the i %  1 Sb iting am -Semitisi iber of visits topulatioo %  %  %  -: Jew thei U in of Jeu • %  is of < •. By DAVID SCHWARTZ He Wrote a Book to be Writer of a Book AS SOME CP %  V I EH 11 Some good • are • who have resi I the temptation. I don't believe that anyone should er the (act thai not written J book. but for f. you too may write one, It is a commonplace that there :, J book in every man A famous rabbi A aurged to publish bia termons, but rejected the idea. "What will happen'" he asked, "it I write a book'" 9 >me good Jew after the Sabbath kugel will pick it up and proceed to fall asleep." However. I must say this does not apply in my case. Dr. Hillel Seidman, of the Jewish Day-Morning Journal, • .. ;ka Latkes" he didn't n have enjoye aj that 1 haven't ha say a person of ( som< thing 1 wrou in %  anted from the H-1 ik so, Well. I was right. It is found u 29. There we are told Ol the pointmei ts mad,' by King David, li ia quite ai Liiapier despite the fact that it is mostly names. re Is mention of 4.01K) "with instruments I P the Lord If you think the Philharmonic is some tra. read this chapter. Alter the part dealing with the musicians, we are WW of other appointments. One man to head the vinos,ira> another the olive plantations and then towards the botto we come to the passage. "As the keeper of the herda the valley, Shafat, the son of Adlai." I don't know whether this has any symbolic referent, to the United Nations, although they are pretty much in the valley just now. and most of us hope with possioiy Adlai's help, it will get out of the rut.



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Fiidcry, October 27, 1961 Jen tst fkridftatrPage 13-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN thai r desiring to i ngagi bi.siness under the fictitious i ime i SHI >N PAIR 1 RE8S SHl >P ; %  : ii i i: (I Road, Miami, F7i :-i ..I %  ..%  •: -said • ami W th the i t Cln nil < Joui t of I >ad< i i Plorl >a. MATILDA FELDSTE1N SHIRLEY WH1TCUP S. > IH IS i 10 6-18-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW | ITICE rfi HEREBY GIVEN that II lersii i i i. desli Ing to • nsra %  under the fictitious nami ( STATE LIQUORS #6, INC., al I--• N.W 7th Avenue, Miami in:, register Bald name with the i ... of th. Circuit Court i I i >ad< ( ounty, Florida. Mi'SAM CORP M i.. Copperman, President HARRY ZUKBRN4CK, Attorney 421 Lincoln Road Miami Fenih, Fla. 10/20-2". 11/3-1" 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that derslgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious n.inie of SILVER OF MIAMI at ;'."'.• N.W. 2nd \\. : .. Miami, Ha, intend to regi-t,i -..iii name with the Clerk of the i i•. Coun of Dade County, Florida. IRA SILVER I VELYN SILVER Bi le < 'in rs 10/20-27, 11 1-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that I ndersigned, desiring to engage in i • -under the flctll lous nami I 'ATE LIQUORS #5, INC., at Way. Miami Intends to !.-••• i : nami with thi Cli rcuit C iurt of Dade Count i \: >SAM c IRP. By: M 1. Ci>pi>( "" n, I -i • dent RY BUKERNICK, Atl '. Ha. i LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD fcrM' IN Ti-E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE CC.NTV, FLORIDA. i\ PROBATE No. 54133 B IN Rl Estate ol STONE I %  • -< NOTICE TO CREDITORS ; and All P< i Demai Against Said '•' arejshen bj not If i il .> nd I • Ml ti esent any rlalms a nd di avi againsl I • stall of ill Vl'NCEY STi iNE l iti of l lade County, Floi • • 'oui t> Judgi • %  :' I >.ui. C intj am fill I hi same In duplicate and .is provided in Section %  '." %  f6, in >unndar first will IStll nil NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N< TICE IS 1 • %  • %  GIVEN I .. ti engagi .:. %  • undi i ::, %  fictitii • nami ol Y SALON at 6511 %  • • | :: %  • • • register said i with the < .. • %  •%  %  %  %  %  • %  %  -. 27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that 11 ir.dersigned.de! n agi 11 i : the fictitious nami >RE CAND RS -.. >RPS | INDIES, TROPIC GEM at : •: N W 79th Stn i t, v ter said names with th,. i vl thi Circuit Court i f 1 'adt i mty Plorl %  '. %  >'K.\ LEE CAN! UES, INC. %  VNER& MANNHEIMER • ;• Laura Lee Candles, Inc. 10 13-20-27, 11 '3 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 54121-B IN RE Bstati Of AARON PADBM • i i.-i-il NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required ti. present any claims and demands which vou may have against the estate of AARON FADEM deceased late of Dads County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florn.i. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hen of, or the same will be barred. HARRY FADEM Administrator F.DWARD H. LEVIN \tti rney for Administrator 1 CongTesi Building M ami I, Pla.—PR :-i2n6 27 11 8-11 N 'HE C RCUIT COURT OF THE E.EVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLCR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV IN CHANCERY. NO. 61C -0863 I ZINGS BANK W V' IRK a New V • • • CE OF S_ I • v. .:• ; %  Texas !BY NOTIFIED thai • '...%  %  • : -• ." CGf :< •!' % %  %  N •'• I RK In thi • mbi g thi bi i roperty, t • wit: 17 i SEi '• IN] %  ADDITi \' TO SI RR • M1RADA a< Ing the i lat thi n %  ', : %  • %  rded Plal I .-, • at pagi rei rd f Dade < oun%  Ida; 'i Bethel %  .. Ith: %¡ as Wall Heaters; Range Suburn i iven Bi lA. B %  Unit 7;;i FVjod Center Nutone; Hood and Pan Nutom Vi m tian Hiinds; aril you ..r. r.-7th Avenue in the City of Miami. Florida, and STATE LIQUORS at S8S 8.W. .".7th Avenue in the city of Miami, Florida Intends to register th. said names with the Clerk of trie Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Dated at Miami Reach, Florida, this 19th day of October, 1961. MOSAM CORP. By: M. L. Coppurman, President HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, Fia. 10/27, 11/3-10-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 54187B IN RE Bstati "I N M iMl LEbUWODER • %  i .i i i NOT CE TO CREDITORS T< A ton and All Pi rsi r.s H aim* or I You are herebj I %  i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 10541 SHIRLEY MAP: VBG v %  %  • VEGA, SLIT FOR D'VCRCE %  •.i.i • VE ;A • %  : • :.;. n Nl •• 1 ':' %  .. • %  %  thai t Bill %  %  reol ir Answer I • ; i'. mi ,.i n. n t' • n'tifi Atl Tni >. ROGER ii EDWARDS 7 Ri South i Lhi ol Iginal Vnswei i : Pli ..i! in.'. I ;n ol fii i i lerk of the Circuit Court oi befon the v ; day ol November, IMI l! you fail to do so, Judgment by dels ill will b< taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of i Complaint. This nulici shall be published one. each week for four consecutive wet ks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 3rd day of October A.D 1961. E. B, LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) By: HELEN KEK.SLER Deputy Ckrk ROGER H. EDWARDS 7J00 Red Road South Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 10/6-13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORiDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 10524 PATRICIA HICKMAN, Plaintiff, Vs ALL.YN HICKMAN. %  • %  %  SUIT FOR DIVORCE I Ipridu Statutes, in thi ii thi %  nl Court house In I 'ade i ty. K.I rida, I thin -i\ cat montl fn m thi time ••!" the %  n hTeof, or the same u b !:• Dated al Miami, Florida, ini> da\ of '. Il bl I A.I'. 1961. s LOIS MICHAELS Ai Executrix Firsi publication of this notice the 27th day of l ictober, 1961 NELSON A. 8PIELVOGEL Attorni ys for Bxecutrix 4"7 Lincoln Read 10/27, 11/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th. undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MANNEQUINS BY ROBBIE LYNN at 1095 E. 15th street, lll.ileali. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of tin Clicult Court of Dade i'eninis, Eli rlna, Rl IBBIE LYNN. INC .. Florida corporation If*-. E. 15th St.. Hlaleah, Fla ALBERT I. ROSEN Attorne; I • Robbli i > nn, Inc. 940 LIni oln !:•! Miami I'.. .i< !i. Fla. 1" 27, ID! ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Mn i§ii ffortrdttdrtf solicits your legal notices. We appreciate y<*ur patronage atad tjuaranlee accurale service at legal rates EH til Fit 3-1605 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE '•' Ni rth Si eel N. w Y. : i; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FwCR DA IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 10552 R '. S BANK I IK THE \ F NEW YORK, I • : RAHAM -:• %  • V1 w BISBAUM, : i • NOTICE OF SUIT SBAUM fit Id A vi %  hi nols v I, .. • • %  • • action hi been I Mituti %  alnst you n th< t'l • of • he Judii lal i "Ire ill of FlorI >..iii County to f %  agi upon th. follow Ins %  i. :.: • .. property: Lot il Bli i k SO, ci iRAL WAY VILLAGE, SECTION A, PART 5, ai %  rdlns to the plal thereof, record) I In i':.•' Booh 65, at Page 17, of th. Public Records of D County. Florida. Tou are required to file your answer ti plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk nf the aforesaid Court, ami serve a copy thereof upim plaintiff's attorn, y MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor Dade Federal Building, Miami 3'J. Florida, not later than November 6, 1961, or a Deeree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated at -Miami, Florida, this :inl day of October. 1961. E. It LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: E. H. LAN WAY Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff nth Ploor Lade Federal Building Miami 3:'. Florida 1O/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nami of PRESCRIPTION I'El.lVEHY SERVICE at 2425 Southwest 79th C Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of bade County, World*. LESLIE Ki'NKNTHAI. LEWISON AND FREED Attorni ys 10/1S-2O-3" '. 1 3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi In i II inder the fictitious name of BOl'LFTVARD HEALTH SALON at Rlscayne Blvd., Miami intends ti reKlstel said name with the lerk i i nit i 'milt of I 'aile I '••'Hit >. Ida \ M VRY DEAVER in 18-20 27 II 3 NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW s iii:i:i:i'-v niVEN -hat : :. desiring i < %  eitga % %  • in %  i ih.flctltloni na f %  w S TEXACl SERVIC ni Blvd Intend to regl • r Clerk of thi • ol Dadi County, Floi tiSEPH \ V \LENT1 REW G. SHIELDS HRISTIE Atl ppllcanl 10 130 • ed to present any cli ,. %  %  %  %  %  •"'Mam: tt I .%  late Li : %  : %  %  • n Section 7 %  • • :. • %  : • • •' it N • • : • % %  • '1I st pul atl I this Lei • -•-...• : • • Estati : N %  • '... %  %  • '.'• I %  %  IM THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THI ELEVENTH JUD:CIAL CIRCUIT .N AND FOR DADE COLNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. eiC 11370 JEAN ROGOW, 1 lalntlff, t B, uEi.'H ;i: RH'-.I 'W. 1 fendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: GEORGE ROGt •'•" 13SS Rittei hi se Btn et, N W. Washington, D.C. l.i. ,.; I;KM NOTIFIED that a Complaint foi Dlvorci ... nst y a, at i >" ed ti servi a • opj < I your ai ntiff's attorrw V1N < .\" i .... %  N %  • mber, I %  TE1 • al %  '• &4tl -. ourt (seal By: i I Nl ::r:. 10,13-20-27, il/3 .1 .7. 11/3-10-17 against you %  ire reed 1 .. %  r Ai • • I ... ...... .. LIE* is. : %  %  • file thi thi %  %  %  %  i %  • • I N .•• %  • %  • %  the reliel •i • %  %  %  live wi • %  I, ih!s I Caj : 'Ctober. A.D 1 :: HERMAN %  %  t >\ 1 ELEN % %  %  • • k ML.1 BTERS 213 N.l I %  • for Plaintiff IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C 10537 JAMES ANDERSON, Plaintiff, AMANDA ANDERSON, NOTICE BV PUBLICATION YOU AMANDA AM 1720 N W In Av, Miami. Florida, are • i fii a ti • vi opy of your ti Dlvorci ::nt filed ; :..•• .." : ni > GEi •:. N W, 7th with day of : : 'ATI obi ::da -. .. i !. P ID, Deputy • .• IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA iN PROBATE No. 541C7-C IN RE Estati of JOSEPHINE PEARSON, 1 eceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ti AH editor* and All Pi >• ns Ha> or i •• %  i • n iAga nst Sa late: You are hen • • )...\ agali tl HINE PF7ARSON I Judges of 1 • • ..: %  In thi Be • • i. • n:hi %  • %  the 1 %  %  • % %  • ii i %  %  10-27,1 IN T"E C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT Or FLOF.iDA IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C 9828 .!.• ERE1 SAVINGS AND 1 .• IA • ASSi •• :.\" |l >N, • • vs. CHARLES Ft H-SOM, JR., and PAT* Y ii ILSOM, his wife, and s A GRIMALDI, :. d nts. NOTICE OF SUIT Ti >: CHARLES Ei il.si >M, JR an PATSY FOLSOM, his wife RESIDENCE UNKNOWN You are rureby notified that the abovt eai'tioned action has been instituted against you in the Circuit Court of the Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dade County to for-. lose a mortgage upon the following il.s.ril.ed real property: Lot 16, Block 21 First Addition to MYRTLE (1ROVE, according to tho Flat thereof recorded In Plat Rook r.7 at Page I of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida, You .ir.required to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk "f the aforesaid Court, ajid servi .i copy thereof upon pluintlff's attorney, MARTIN F*INF:, nth PI %  Dade Pederal Building. Miami -'-'. Ida, not later than November '.'1st. lOfl], or .. Deorse Pro Confesso will b< i tered af alnst you. Datl 6 Octobl r 13. 1961. r i. LEATHERMAN, clerk ill Co irt, Dadi County, Florl > \ I \ HELEN KESb'LER Deputy cierk : INE ntiff Ith 1 %  %  %  !•'• di ral B il i i 10/20--T. 11 S-10 l\T-£ C RCt'-CO.FC r "-E ELE\EN-. ^ C'CIAL C RCUIT CF FLCR.C* "> ANO FOR DADE CCi\ T V IN CHANCERY No. 61C 11026 PRANCES 1. 'AH AULD, %  .. \s WILLIAM TYLER AULD, D fendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: WILLIAM TYLER AULD Wi st isth Stn si Houstc.n, Texas J %  ;' ARE HEREBY required to -,:., .. copj of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for %  • ci upon the Plalntlff'i atl >rney, PAUL KWITNI:Y. 121 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, :.d file th. original in thi l of the < li rk ef thi CI #.>. fi r i >ade i %  %  • % %  : %  %  : : t Di ay be I 6th .-.: ^N • %  SN • %  .. .. I K KWITNBY ..da NO~iCE UNDER FICTIT OUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY tilVEN I %  d e sli Ins • i ngage in the fictitious nami of NI %  .-. M'lN'i; 8ERVICE it .. \\ .iii stn et in the Florida intendi nan Ith the Clerk "ourt of l %  "'• I !ountj. %  r di this i"'U t octobi '.rs ZITIS M BS & R1TTER .%  • t St., Miami, I anl %  n, ii s-io NOTICE UNDER = CT;TlOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that ,., e gned desiring to engage in Ii %  the fictitious name of IT FOOD STORES at 67SO S.W. w.n.ie intend to register si.nl with the Clerk of the Circuit Dade < 'oun'ty, Florida. DERNARD C.EISERMAN THEODORE1YES SIPN1 Y EPW -N'SiiN • ." Applicants .. Trust Bidg. 10/20-27. 11/3-10 NOTICE UNDER CTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that '' desiring to engage in • thfictltlou! nami >l INDLNG al 301 N.W Miami, Florida in! I I name with the Clerk nt of Dade County. • i; ••': CORP, ., 'opperman, I i esldent ERNICK %  \. aarn Corp. Miami Beach. Fla. H-. 5-18-10-27



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by ISABEL GROVE Dr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Gilson, of 3003 Indian Creek dr.. enjoying California so much they have extended their stay and won't commit themselves to a return date They're visiting nephew Bert C of fey aid family, and Bert's father. I. J. Coffey. of Richi ml. Calif. .. %  This is the first time they've seen the Coffey offspring, Vicki, 10. Mitchell, 8. and Colin. 2 ... Dr. Gilson was a prominent oral surgeon in New York City He and his Lee have li\ed in Mia mi for the past 10 years Back from six months in their Los Angeles apartment are Sarah and Jerry Sugarman, now settling into their winter home Oil Treasure fsLand California is where the two precious s i ,,ii r. ,m KNC iren are. and visits to Mexico. Sin Diego and Disneyland were planned for them and enjoyed in their company Several trips to Las Vegas were "for a! and one weekend coincided with the excursion of a planeload J: Miamians Morris Lansburgh brought to the desert town Gave the Sugarmans a chance to ;ncet many of their friends from Dale county. among them Mickey (Milton) Kraus, who remind.:! them to be here in time for the cocktail party he and wife, Yvette, are giving Sunday at their home on Adams ave. in honcr of daughter, Nikki, and fiance, Jaclc Press Will be a gay afternoon Mai Malkin is deserting the Eden Roc for the day. so he and his men can fdl the air with music. The bride's table was covered with a white linen and lace cloth for the wedding breakfast following the marriage of Evelyn Bramblett and Dr. Gordon Neil Gerson in the garden of her home in Darien, Ga., last week Against this charming background, the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Ethel Schonfeld Gerson, of Coral Gables, looked charming in a peau de soie and lace dress in caramel with matching accessories What passed for a hat was merely a oouf of maline resting lightly on her lovely red hair Sister-in-law Beryl (Mrs. Abe) Schonfeld, of Miami Beach, attractive in a brocade green and gold theatre suit Husband Abe. happily busy with his camera, took dozens of pictures of the newiyweds and their guests, to be enjoyed for years to ccme. • %  % %  :< *u 1U< oman s c WoM 'eFewisli Floridbiam Miami, Florida, Friday, October 27, 1961 Section B That rarity, a native Floridian. Mrs. Martha Ziek, was welcomed back from a five-month trip abroad with a cocktail party on Sunday at tbe home of her brother and sister-in-law, the Sonny Nehams, of Cherokee ave. ... An inveterate traveler, she's planning to stay put now for the entire winter Home from a visit to Israel and a long, restful Mediterranean cruise are Gert and Louis Pallot Somewhere along the way. they met E. Albert Pallot, who was also "doing" the continent A long way from home is Dr. Michael Coulton, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Coulton, 2775 SW 29th ave. Stationed at the Sculthorpe RAF Hospital ui England, one of his sightseeing jaunts recently took him to th? Edinburgh Castle in Scotland during the Edinburgh International Festival The coincidence of a convention being held close to hometown i> the happy lot of Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman, 375 SW 20th rd. Torah Fund chairman of the Southeast area of the National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America, she's leaving for the eighth biennial Torah Fund conference on Friday, to be held in Hartford, Conn. Her former home is West Hartford Rhea Cashman Gladwin, past president and founder of the Women's Division Chamber of Commerce of Surfside. Bal Harbour and Bay Harbor Islands, attended the seventh annual meeting of the Southeastern region of Women CC in Savannah. Ga., a tew weeks ago Will just about unpack and then start to pack again for the next conference, which will be in Atlanta. • • • Whirlwind of social activity at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald (Felice) Schwartz, of 7320 SW 123rd st. Tuesday night, it will be a cocktail reception for Zvi Eadan. Israel's new Consul for Economic Affairs here, and his wife Among the guests will be the Akiva Goffers — he's the director of Zim Israel Lines Southeastern office Next plans will revolve around the annual Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center dinner to be held in November at the Kings Bay Yacht Club Felice is chairman of that, so there'll be innumerable planning coffees for her committee Anytime left over. Felice will give to Gerry, who's working on publicity for her sisterhood at Temple Beth Am and their dinner with Rep. Dante Fascell. also in November Don't know how the Schwartzes manage, but they're also active in PTA Felice is an assistant den mother, and Gerry is co-chairman of the pack committee for Palmetto school This helps keep them in close contact with the activities of their three children, Gary, Gregg and Wendy. Although the chuckwagon parly being planned by the Women's Auxiliary of the Miami Opera Guild won't be held until spring, it will, happily, inspire many coffees and luncheon meetings for the group occupied with the details of the function Last week. Sally Kappcl discussed initial plans with Ingrid (Mrs Seymour) Fine, Ivan (Mrs. Neil) Miller, and Mrs. Emil Friedlander Mrs. Hans Hannau displayed some of the cute invitation ideas she had in mind .. Since no definite decisions were made, the group will meet again in January for tea at the home of Mrs. William Morris, Sunset Island 1. With the Temple Beth Sholom Bar Mitzvah dinner rapidly approaching, members cf the women's committee are busy completing final arrangements for the event which will take place at the Eden Roc hotel on Sunday evening Florence Nadler. chairman of the committee, recently met with Mrs. Clara Denner, Mrs. Marshall Feuer, Mrs. Harold Granoff, Mrs. Murray Herlands, Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, Mrs. Maury Olinick, Mrs. Edward Rcth, Mrs. Fay Ruddy, Mrs. Philip Schlissel. Mrs. Ethel Shapiro, Mrs. Joseph Shawmut, Mrs. Louis F. Snetman, Mrs. Irving Westin and Mrs. Harold Wollc. Left to right are Mesdames Norman Chasin, Miami chapter, vice president of membership; Murray Taylor, Hollywood chapter, membership chairman; Maurice Cahn, Miami Beach, chapter, vice president, membership; and Oscar Sindell, regional vice president. They are shown at Biscayne blvd. and 5th St., as the City of Miami renames the boulevard Hadassah blvd. in honor of the presently-ongoing Hadassah Golden Jubilee membership campaign. Mizrachi Will Add New Units Two new groups are now in formation in the Greater Miami Women's Mizrachi Organization. They will be named the Coral Gables and the Business and Professional groups. According to Mrs. Alfred Stone, these units will be added to the local organization's roster, which currently includes these chapters: Miami Beach, Dov, Hatikvah, and Kinneret. More than 1,000 delegates, representing 50.000 Mizrachi Women from every section of the country will meet at the forthcoming annual convention of the organization in Boston, Mass. The convention begins on Sunday, Oct. 29, and will last for four days. Headquarters are in the Somerset hotel in Boston. The convention will celebrate 36 years of Mizrachi service to Israel. Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel. Ogden Reid. will accept Mizrachis America Israel Friendship Award. Sharing the speakers' platform during the convention sessions will be Sen Kenneth B. Keating (Rep — N.Y.) Mrs. Stone, ordinator for represent the convention. who is Mizrachi coGreater Miami, will organization at the Plan Tiiereth Jacob Party Mrs. Jack Wilco, membership vice president of Temple Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood, said this week that plans are now being formulated for a paid-up membership party Women of the Hialeah Miami Springs and Greater Miami areas are invited to join the group which is affiliated with the United Synagogue of America and its auxiliary, the National Women's League. Beth David Ladies Spot Sight Opera Beth David Sisterhood turns its program spotlight on culture w I It presents "A Night With tiw Operas" on Sunday. Nov. 19, at Spector Hall, 2625 SW 3rd ave. Dr. Arturo di Filippi. executive director Of the Greater V. J Optra Guild. Will supervise the raupresentatlon, which begins at 8 p.m. "It marks the lirst time a pr.v gram oi this type will be presenl I in any synagogue in the area." Dr. di Filippi said. Highlight of the program will be -The Old Maid and the Thief." a one-act opera by Menotti. Other presentations include the final scene of Act I of "La Boheme," by Puccini: the spinning-wheel scene from "Martha," by von Flotow; and the quartet from Act IV of "Rigioletto," by Verdi. Dr. Paul Csonka and Chartes Richard, well-known in Miami music circles, arc the directors. Starring in the production will !>.* Ruth Williams, mezzo soprano; Virginia Engelbnght, soprano; and Ramon Garcia, baritone. In the supporting cast will be members of the Greater Miami Opera Guild. Mrs. Julien Balogh, herself a well known concert violinist, is musical chairman of the Sister hood event. Mrs. Richard Herold is ticket chairman, with Mrs. Herbert Levin as co-chairman. %  — *} Pioneer Women Have Seminar ^ Greater Miami Council of Pionear Women held its third annual leadership training seminar on Tue; day at the Algiers hotel. Workshops on Pioneer Women's work in Israel were planned by Mrs. Abraham Seltzer and Mrs. Marion Meyer, co-chairmen. Reports from the recent national biennial convention of Pioneer Women in Pittsburgh, Pa. were given by Mrs. Milton Green, president of the Greater Miami Council. Highlights from tha larger national board were presented by Mrs. Leo Goldman, vice president of Council of Pioneer Women, and member of the national executive board. Other reports were presented by Mesdames Moses Meyer, Isaac Pushkin, Leah Notkin, Jacob Raffel, William Beckwith. Sam Davis. Louis Victorhaus, Marvin Copenhagen, Ann Chaet. Fanny Levine and Milton. Kessler. Mrs Fred Sandier offered the invocation preceding the brunch, and Mrs. Frances Packer sang a group of musical selections. Among guests and honorees at the Israel Bas Mitzvah dinner Saturday night sponsored by the Women's Division for Israel Bonds were leading dignitaries of the community and distinguished nationally-known celebrities. In photo at left, seen in conversation at a reception preceding the dinner are (frcm left) County Commissioner Charles "Chuck" Hall and Mrs. Hall, Miss Ilka Chase, Jack A. Cantor, chairman of the board of governors of the Israel Bond Organization, and Mrs. Cantor. In photo at right are (from left) Ira Hirschmann, r.o'ei financier and diplomat, who was guest KM er; Mrs. Jcc!: Ka-zmcn, chairman of the Israel Bond Women's Division and of the dinner, and Mr. and Mrs. lack S. Popick. (See Page 4-3.)



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Friday. October 27, 1961 +Jew 1st) ihrSdiiair) Page 3-B Beach Hadassah Chapter to Hold Capsule Conference on '50 Years of Building' Coming to take part in the annual Miami Beacii chapter of Hadassah capsule conference will be Mrs. Philip Kroskin, of Norfolk, j Va. Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, and reared by parents who v ere leaders in Jhe Zionist jnove-1 merit, sHe"TTas""sTud1Cd," traveled and participated in every branch ol this movement. Mrs. Kroskin's varied experiences in Israel, in Hadassah work, and in the Jewish community have equipped her to speak authoritatively on "Fifty Years of Buildin?" before the Miami Beach! chapter capsule conference lunchecn gathering on Monday at the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Natnan Barth, executive vice president of the Miami Beach chapter cf Hadassah. who is chairMrs. Richman To be Speaker Mrs. Thelma Richman, president of the national Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, w ill address Beth Torah on Friday evening, Nov. 3, in commemoration of the nationwide observance ol American Jewish Congress Month. The service begins at 8:30 p.m.. and will be conducted by Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz and Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Mrs. Richman, of Philadelphia, has served as an official observer tor the World Jewish Congress at the deliberations of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women. She served as chairman of the Cultural Commission at the plenary sessions of the World Jewish Congress in Stockholm, Sweden, in 195S. and has spoken in England, Scotland and Ireland. Mrs. Fichman has made numerous visits to Israel, many in connection with the Louise Waterman Wise Vouth Center in Jerusalem. On the national scene, as president oi '.he AJC Women's Division since 3256, Mrs. Richman has played a key role in the planning and development of American Jewish Congress programs aimed at defending civil liberties. man of the conference, has planned for five workshops to be conducted from 10 a.m. to 12 noon under the title of "Knowledge is Power." Participating in the education workshop are,.Mrs. Sanford Jacpb.sbn and Miss Marguerite Marx. Mrs. Dorothy K. Fink will discuss "American Affairs." Leadership session panelists will include Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, Mrs. Henry Wernick and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Participants in the. membership workshop will be Mrs. Maurice Cahn. Mrs. Betty Feurer. Mrs. Oscar Sindell and Mrs. Joseph Sugerman. In the fund raising session, under the coordination of Mrs. Irving Westin. will be Mrs. Meyer Golden. Mrs. Joseph Mazo. Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Mrs. Philip Kaplan. Mrs. Sol Siiverman. and Mrs. Morris Alpert. Program workshop, under the direction of Mrs. Barnett Beckerman, will present a musical skit. "Tell Me Mr. Fix." with the following Hadassah players in the cast: Mrs. Eva M. Blum. Mrs Hadassah Fassler, Mrs. Elsie Herman. Mrs. Ann White. Mrs. Helen Zuckerbraun. ar.d Mrs. Bertha Barnett. Hadassah. the women's Zionist organization of America, is now celebrating its Golden Jubilee. Its program of health, research in the field of medical science, vocational training and rescue work has been made possible by a membership of 318.000 women. Miss Lillian Goodman, president of the Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah. this week called for "a thousand more members from this area." In charge of reservations for the luncheon is Mrs. Elizabeth Krivitzin, 1835 Daytonia rd. Mrs. Ann Melnick is arrangements chairman. Member Tea Slated Wednesday Temple Menorah Sisterhood's coming events, "member bring a member" tea will be held at the home of Mrs. Leonard J. Solomon, 793G Biscayne pt. ci., Wednesday at 1 p.m. Entertammcnt will include a fashion show, "Calendar Girls on Revue." portraying Sisterhood's Membership chairman is Mrs. Irving Laibson. Program chairman iMrs Herbert Kaplan. In charge of decorations is Mrs. Joseph Feldman, and Mrs. Marge Blisiein is director and commentator. Mrs. Pay Morse is Sisterhood president. MRS. PHILIP KROSKIN Bikur Cholim Annual Dinner Mrs. I\dia Shenkin. president ot the Bikur Cholim of the Israelite Center, announces the annual dinner will be held Sunday, 5 p.m.. al the Center. Mrs. Fannie Gorman. Mrs. Elsie Eisner pnd Mrs. Esther Richman are co-chairmen. Mrs. Eeth Steinberg and Mrs. Elsie Ksresh are in charge of tickets. The Lucille Grimmes Roaring Twenties Tots and Teens will entertain. Max Garshag is in charge ot entertainment. Mizrachi Plans Special Party Mizrachi Women's Organization of America recently reached a new milestone with the formation of its newest chapter. Kinneret, here in Miami. Mrs. Alvin Levenson. president, this week invited "younger matrons" of the Southwest-Westchester-South Miami areas to affiliate with the organization, which helps the many thousands of homeless children in Israel. | "The 36-year-old history of the ; organization is more than a record of achievement in the fields of j academic, religious, vocational and J agricultural education, child re' storation and Youth Aliyah work. I social service and social welfare activities," she said. "It is as well | the history of aid to the spiritual reconstruction of Israel." A member-bring-a-member "Muu Florida Branch In Meeting Here Florida Branch of the National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America was to hold a "Reciprocity Day" on Thursday. 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., at Temple Beth Torah. Mrs. William Dickson, vice president of Florida Rranch. was to preside. Mrs. Martin Smith was to be in charge of workshops, and Mrs. Herbert Elkin, program chairman. Guest speaker was to be Mrs. William Epstein, national Braille chairman of the National Council of Jewish Women. Members of these SisterhooH> were to be represented at the function: Beth Torah. B'nai Israel of St. Petersburg, Dade Heights Jewish j Congregation. Temple Emanu-F.l ; of Lakeland, Temple Emanu-El of j Miami Beach. Temple Israel of ; Orlando, Israelite Center, Temple Israel of Daytona Beach. Jacksonville Jewish Center. Temple Menorah. Ohev Sholom of Orlando. Rodef Sholom of Tampa. Shaare Tzedek of Puerto Rico. Also Temple Sholom of Pompano Beach. Temple Sinai of Hollywood. Southwest Jewish Center. Tifereth Jacob of Hialeah. Congregation Yehudah Moshe. Temple Zamora of Coral Gables, and Temple Zion of West Miami. Mrs. Harry Levitt, of Hollywood, is president of the Florida Branch. Beth Shirah Sisterhood Temple Beth Shirah Sisterhood will hold a costume Harvest Ball dance on Saturday evening, Nov. 4, in Sunniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. 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Poge 4-B vJenist FkrH&r Friday. October 27 Council Divisions To Meet Wednes, Cr.e .: the highlights ;: the '.srze'. Zzs Mitxvah c.r.r.e: heid iat Saturday night z: th FOB:c.-e;.e:_ bold ur.de: —-spire's z: me Women s rcr Israel Bcr.ns mat z re:e—or.y fecturec by me lighting :: a I34nill>l lf|] Menc:ch. Cor.du":r.g the cere—MOV wai Rabbi .'•'.eye: Ateamouriti c: Temple Mooorafa as=-=-e: by Mrs Sanaa*! T Set:." Candies v.-ere ^: by 12 wcrner. •* %  .-.; -eve d.s:.r.o-uisded themselves for outstanding service to Israel cr.d Isrce] Bonds. Among those honored were Mesdarr.es Scm Biank, William Bomstein. lack A. Cantor, Sara Czech, Ber. Frankenstein. Paul Gordon, Gertrude Harriers rr.Iag, Jack S. Popick. Jacob Riflan, Raymond Rubin, Harry Silver, Carl Weinkle, and Miss Lillian Goodm r. r 700 Attend Women's Bas Mitzvah Fete; Bond Seles Soar to Record SI ,350,000 A %  : — more tl j oi ned is I Israel's Hit rsary it the Israe: Bas-Mitziuner lam v _" -*. %  eht at sleau bob •.the of the W s n aea's Dn Bead OrganiutJ Th*varied Of gram include any honoring I womer. for their l*ra State of Flon%  the I | • %  Frieads of Israel Goodv.. Tour i itirriBi addre• BOtt : '.:'. gut %  and a glamorous i Chairman of the dinner was Mrs. Jack Kafiman, who is also c-a.rman of the Women's Divison for Israel Bonds. -eluded : • • • tke State Ik re Dr Gu %  _• %  e rr rr. ; a ry of rnme n t of Italy: a toast to led bj Mrs Max Weitz: and a -•• :o the President of the I 'I by Mrs Samuel T. SaGreetiagf uere extended by Jack A Cantor chairman of the board of emon 'f the Israel Bond OrThe I-rae! B--Mitzvah ceremony was conducted by Rabbi Mayer Abramow.tz Acting on behalf of Gov Fan-is Br\ant County Commissioner les F Hall presented a "Goodhcrter' to Carl wwho will be cruise commodore of the Par. • American Fnends of Israel Good-Wil! Tour. The climax of the evening was •n appeal for the purchase of Israel Bonds, delivered by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. Responding to his appeal, members of the audience purchased the sum of $185,000 in Israel Bonds, bringing the total bond sales in Miami to date to 51,350,000. In h:s address rschmann rece%  • -erred as a I Eichnu believe in capital poni However. I believe Eiehmann -. • amen! Hin | his experi-i special emmissary of President Roosevti secret ne• -with agents of Eichmann r-.g World War II in an attempt to ransom Jews I \ i21: in Hirschmann reveak these failed, i thej led to the rescue of some Jc $1 ren %  %  lema rW hi< retted tragedy Taking par. it me candlelighl ng i re Mesdames Sam iam BornsteiT.. Jack A Sara Czech. Ben FrankenLillian Goodman. Paul Gordon. Gertrude Hamerschlag. Jack S Popick. Jacob Rifkin. Raymond Rubin. Harry Silver and Carl Weinkle. Receiving the flags of the State of Florida and of Miami, to be presented to the countries which will be visited during the Pan-American Friends of Israel Good-Will Tour *ere Sidney Ansin. Meyer A Baskin, Max Bauer. Sam Blank. Ben E-^en. A C Fine. Sam Levenson. Milton Lubarr. Jack S Popick. Max Rosen, Irving Stemlauf and Max Weitz. Grand finale of the evening was the Italian-Israeli Fashion Festi val presenting the outstanding crei of the leading designer and Israel Fashion Festival coordinator was MrJack S. Por-vk Commeatal author and a SI ras Saks Fifth Avenue ur. A .per:. Oi MrIrer.tI A variety of programs empha women's i Uity in topoJitical worid will btured at the regular meeting of the I the Grata National Council of -:, Women on Wednesday, ac Sidney I • pre [ rndiaw Creek Division it 12:30 in Meeting Today's engi ed b) Milliard Auvrutis, member of a .-. -,rm Bay Division's program is entitled "Woman's Awsa I To Current Events." The meeting will take place at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Wdg.. or. Normandy Isle at noon. Lunch will be ser\ed before the meeting t %  Island Division will feature "Be•orala skit fol• ; %  a bonk review by Mrs Helga Eason of the Miami Public iry The meeting will take place at 1 pm. a: the home of Chapter Launches Oneg Program Chai chapter of Bnai B'nth Women is inaugurating a moniniy % %  --r.abbat. Meetings i .11 be held in the auditorium of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. 12+4 Washington ave. on the fourth Friday of each month. Mrs. Jerri Cohen is chairman of the adult Jewish education program Mf -he chapter. Mrs Oscar nthal is chapter president. Mrs Jack Co 144. u *nt' % %  it* 1 :si Lincoln Division ; book review by ] > I p.m. II Shcres DMsftn %  I : be send anjon is the Well* title 0! Mrs ESzabetl chairmdl of the Coconut Gr 7] mittee for s speak on "Housii g Out Buji ness'* at the Evening Oiwitii, I meeting at 7 45 : > t Tobv J Cafeteria, the Tr^ Mrs. Kcbert Ha-ader o( the study and du roupd the Greater Mar 1 Section sji moderate the pro. • • Biscayne Division 12:90 p aa at Pytl Flaz!t st. and W 46th avi A prograa prepared by trie M< Health So ciety of Miami w preseatai to the memben • •Council Got• is tit theme of Sunset Divis'O" s which vnil take pi^ : the Hild House on the I'm • Miami campus at 12:30 p rr. A film entitled "In Search of a S i>' sfl show what Counc: -hes a its Ship-ABox program Mrs Edward Oppenheim Section net president of way.and means, wfl be commentator MOftC KOPLC UK rafresriint u 'ofie-frea ny.\ 'Monte Carlo' Night Abe Borrow its Auxiliary Post 682. -t: War \"eter^ Carlo" night on Satur4. at the Unified bidg %  N*E 171st -• Proceeds are for veterans at the Hospital In ( 1 AT Supine swrrra THAII swta trr no Fooa VAUI < tr.*wt>:ti ti axtwj M !• %  :• >r^,-StM*< -i fit U 1 t*->m tu.-m iv lumti aau inoaM STOail IVtaTWMCM Lebediker Branch In Celebration Lebediker Brar.cn. Farband Labor Zionist Order, held a belated Sunchas Torah celebration or. Saturdav Od 14. at the Sevil.tel Kan.; Don coloratura soprano, accompanied by E-ther Bar-t presented a group of songs, and Boris Pntcher. Rut -and Arthur Eder. performed in a one .'ay. Program was opened amh American and Jewisl bv Fior Praisman, and Mosbe Levin spoke eance of the ho. ^£ the e-. 1 P. Zutkermar.. ; eh. 00 Women's Groups Plan Meetings TW its wsaeit teas*: Also enjoy DROMEDARY CHOCOLATE NUT DROMEPiRY ORANGE KUT ROIL At grocers everywhere Paoateer W01 a Club :. wm I or. Te sea :r.g piace ..Farband Cul Center M2 H c-ond and fomtl Re be served Mrs 1 %  pres aj "n Club of P.oneer •' 1 2 1 p m at ihe Washington FederaJ Saviags and Loar. Assn Dldg.. Normandj :,. t A repor M ntieaaJ convention held in PutsPa aiU be green by Mrs Fannie Lev me Refreshment; will beser.ed MrIsaac Offenaenden ';pr• • GoWa Meir Club. Picmeer W m en. will meet Tuesday evening at Beth El Congregation. MrI-aac Pusiikin president. wiU condun a short business meeting to be foi; >wed b> a program presented by Mr. Nathaniel SorofL celebrating the wedding -;*.->0 ; \ Ir Mrs Abraham Seltzer %  th binhday M Nt-roff. c %  of Jewish Educ. will be piesi -eaker. and Becker.man. former Womeo, club : rn of s.Mr and Mr,. be hosU the function WIN s 25 FOR YOUR KASHA RECIPE '>-.,-- %  'Ae'AJ! you ;:• • .y: >: '• %  : • •ecoe'D' rj!-3 'or sMaag:-:ianm • •'--•, %  s-as. sc.r-s 5 ae : s-s %  : %  :-, chapped musarooaa ??::••?:• mj c -*tastj use fw this ai I ~e f--.. tc YOU GET $25.00 S?" .: ::rjsj sei 't: :e •t ••: Kasta bn tjp to Pbj s h ~ -r^n 1r*. N. 1 ne oay J-': .: fo< everj •*: ;e put shedj t. ew • entrant •:• .*? 1FPEE • %  Cooibbei and 3 •: :?SDSW rJolfTs pr ootrtj, l^tfes KASHA aSuddKl Brown Buck wheat Groats DlSTt'BUTtD Bf LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES 1050 E. 17th Street Hialeah. Florida Mrs. Itseak SSkerst*'*. IsCM St. SjnMkliat Mm. •:$:5 '-) tat r • titty • JS> : ::> : • KASHA-POTATO KUGELI Kasaa-Meit rsaa| J ea% ef &c**-t % % % % %  ""• Is. 1 :.; tmktl • •' i *m*i, e-oe*** ne .•(: 11 %  aa : %  < %  I T*'. tMaMa 1J((:-:I I .. V. M % %  •>-4 I :s*s::- .••< s *** fit. -: |-in p:^t:s •" s •••sn m 'tO f i i ; t- hattei i." > :: I %  :i : s,-f: •gi'4 am : l:s • rn t%t t' nr.u >: 1. .%  •. --•" %  t : :• \: -: FPU. Gets Top Award The SocrateAward, aifbeal ach> %  nasanc utilities ad.-.--; has been presented to ida Power and Light Companv The honor, accepted by M B McDonald, company advertising vice presaseat, cites FPAL for -out. standing leader-hip for excellence in advertismg The adver program for FP4L is implemb] B^bopnc Greeo-Fielden and > Embry advertising agencies of Miami. HOLLAND HONEY CAKE IS AN OUTSTANDING. DELICIOHEALTH FOOD MADE WITH HONEY, MILK AND RYE FlOU* ALSO SALT FREE NO FAT • NO SUGAR # NO SYRUP USED ASK FOR HOLLAND HONEY CAKE AT YOUR MARKET



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Joy, October 27. 1961 vJenisli fkrktian Page 5-B MBS. 10UIS GtASSf* "embers of the women's committee for the Temple Beth ^holom Israel Bar Mitzvah dinner meet with Rabbi Leon pionish (right) to discuss the event. From left are Mrs. Edircrd Roth, Mrs. Florence Nadler, chairmen of the women's lemmittee, and Mrs. Marshall Feuer. The event will take piece Sunday eveninq at the Eden Roc hotel in honor of IsaIcre Hecht. Guest speaker for the occasion will be Mordekhai Shneerson, Israel's Ambassador to Mexico and the Republics ^; Central America. Chairman of the dinner is James M. Al3fit who is also Temple Beth Sholom's president. Irs. Glasser Will lead University 'omen's Group (Selection of Mrs. Louis Glasser president of the Women's Divisr. of the South Florida Division the American Friends of the Here w University of Jerusalem was tupiinccd Wednesday by Jack D. ordon. president of the local unit the Friends. Gordon said Mrs. Glasser also Hi) serve as local chairman for forthcoming national conference the American Friends Women's division, to be held in Miami keach in late January and early February. Mrs. Glasser, known as Bess to housands of local communal vorkcrs, served for two years as Chairman of the Greater Miami ammittee for State of Israel ands, only woman ever to hold | he post. For three years, she was general chairman of the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish [Appeal, and for 10 years has [served as a trustee of the Greater [Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs. Glasser has held posts as president of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary, secretary of Federation, president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organiza| lions of Dade County, member of the Florida State Welfare Board, ar.d national vice president of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress. In 1960, she was selected by the Miami News as a member of a local women's group to visit Russia. She visited Israel four times and twice traveled around the world. Mrs. Glasser is a member of the national USO Council, of the United Nations Speakers Bureau, and in 1950 was Metropolitan chairman for the Dade County Community Chest. As one of the four original cochairmen of the Florida committee for the Albert Einstein college of medicine, she won awards in 1959 and again in 1960 from the nations first Jewish sponsored medical school. Mrs. Glasser said an organizalional meeting of the new Hebrew l Diversity Women's Division will b< In Id next month, following the visit here in behalt of the Amer. Friends of Gen. Yigael Yadin. Miami Marking UN Anniversary Miamians are honoring the founding of the IN during the week bc: .lining Sunday. Oct. L'2. nationally proclaimed United Nations Week by Fresident Kennedy and locally 1 by Mayor Robert King High. m^hiijiht of the observance was to be a speech by Mrs. Eleanor : Roosevelt at a meeting of the Miami chapter of the American Assn. for the United Nations at Miami Beach Auditorium at 8 p.m. on Thursday. Two young Miamians, Sandra Witcraft and Tom Valdas, who share their 16th birthday with that of the UN on Oct. 24, were to present Mrs. Roosevelt with a bouquet at the meeting, said Bayard Strell, president of the Miami chapter. The University l Miami Concert Chorus, recently returned from a State Department tour of Europe. was to offer a special program under the direction of Glenn Draper. Aged Auxiliary Culminates Drive Regular monthly meeting of the-' Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary. 1 Jewish Home for the Aged, will be held on Tuesday, 12:30 p.m., at the Algiers hotel. The meeting culminates the drivo for the Sidney Appel medical lund, which started with the sending of High Holy Day greetings to all members, who in turn sent their: greetings in the form of donations. All funds are used to purchase special medication, artificial limbs, hearing aids and eyeglasses for residents of the Home. Mrs. Larry Silverman will preside, and Mrs. Nat E. Katz, chair man of the fund, will give the open ing prayer. Cantor Mandel Will be Honored Friday evening servici 5 at Dade Heights Jewish Congregation this week will honor Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Rabbi Harold Richter's sermon. "Song and the Synagogue," ; will highlight the theme of the scr| vice, which is launching Cantor Mandel Sabbath at the congregation. Born in the Bronx. NY., Cantor Mandel came to Miami in 1946, following service in the Army. He has been with Dade Heights since 1956. He is married, and he and his wife, Miriam, have two daughters, Eilene and Sheri-Jo. He is commander of Abe Horrowitz Post, Jewish War Veterans, past chancellor commander of No. Miami Beach Lodge of Knights of Pythias, and currently serves as master of works for the Pythians. High point of the Sabbath observance will be a testimonial dinner in Cantor Mandel's honor on Saturday evening at Michel's Kosher restaurant, Normandy Isle. Guest speakers will include Cantor Abraham Seif, president of the Greater Miami Cantors Assn., and J. Sussman, regional vice president of the United Synagogue of America. Miami Mayor Robert King High (left: presents United Nations Week chairmen, George Wolpert (right), with a proclamation officially naming the week of Oct. 22 as United Nations Week in Miami. Sandra Witcraft and Tom Valdas look on. The two Miami youngsters were born on Oct. 24, 1945, the day the UN was founded. Duo to Attend Washington Meet Yoga Class at T Women are discovering that mental relaxation can go hand-inhand with physical conditioning in the new Yoga class conducted Thursday morning by the Miami YMHA. The instructor is Eve Diskin, who helps participants in the changeover from the usual rapid movements of calisthenics and competitive sports to the quiet contemplation of this oriental discipline. Unmatched Children Will Be Consecrated On Saturday morning, as a part of the traditional Sabbath worship service. 130 children will be consecrated to the study of Torah by Dr. Irving Lehrman. These boys and girls are attending Temple Emanu-El religious school for the first time this year. They are enrolled in the nursery, kindergarten, Foundation School, afternoon Hebrew school and the Sunday school. All students of the institution and their parents are expected to be present for Ibis solemn occasion. The Bar Mitzvah of Leonard Comerchero and Robert Tays will also be celebrated. a To GUST BROS Ry £ I f he HF ST' 0 For Delicious Flavor! .... ...%  • • %  .%  ..Flamingo Chapter Halloween Dance lamingo chapter of B'nai B'rith will hold a Halloween dance i Disabled American Veterans iK.il. 3301 Okeechobee rd., on SaturOct. 28. i eatured will be dancing, games prizes, entertainment, and rafri --I 1 menu Music by the "Litwin Trio." Mr. and Mrs. Nick Valiante, of Ire Art Studio and School in the North Hileah Shopping Center, will be official judges for the costume contest. Ticket chairman is Mrs. Myron Citnn. NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spiers NO Shortening "lie,HucCD]*!' uMtL"tie/ t cj&J Mrs. Milton Malakolf. of Temple Beth Sholom, and Edward Cohen, of Temple Israel, will be unions the participants in the tenth biennial convention of the National Assn. of Temple Administrators Sutton Place Restaurant Opens This month will mark the olticial opening of Abe Maloff's Sutton Place restaurant at 4580 SW 8th st. Sutton Place offers a modern English decor complete with genuine antique furniture. Old Masters' paintings, and imported old castle curtains. The menu specializes in recipe famous chops, cutlets, steaks and seafood. Salads are prepared at the table and in an unduplicatcd world recipe. All foods are broiled and prepared with unusual sauces. Maloff has realized a boyhood ambition in opening Sutton Place, and is known through his long association in the food business as a student of cuisine. Outside garden and inside mellowness of decor have been planned to be pleasing to the diners in every detail. The 4:30 to 6:30 early diners champagne hour allows early diners and complete families to be served before the regular dinner hour. IftVfft IN.A CUSS M A cur TETIEYTEA k A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes. there's Vom Tov spirit In this fine tea... "flavor crushed'" for fullest strength and stimulation ... riiher taste and pleasure with your fleishigs and milchigs and betwert meal refreshment... in Washington, DC. on Nov. 16 to 19. Emphasis ol the workshops and seminars will be on the "human B|de" of synagogue administration rather than the technical role of the administrators, who represent the leading synagogues of lhe Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Election of officers and other business of the association, pioneer in the field of professional administration in synagogues and churches, will take place at t h e Mayflower hotel. 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iday. October 27, 19G1 *Jw*~st ftcrfdHarj Page 7-B CL arwi yours, h <£,Jitft Zi W OMEN'S Division of State of Israel Bonds sponsored a [Bas Mitzvah dinner Saturday Irnght at the Fontaineblcau hoftcl. Mrs. Jack Katzman, chairI man, presided over the festivities Ln an alencon lace sheath of porcelain blue. Fashion festival chairman, Mrs. Jack S. Popick, chose a royal blue peau de soie. Her gown featured self-fabric floral applique and silver bugle beads. Mrs. Emil Morton wore black and topped it with black-andwhite marbled Empress chinchilla. Mrs. Harold Shapiro selected a lavendar silk organza from Islael. Silk roses were hand-embrcidercd on the full skirt, and the sheer fabric was cut high at the neckline. Mrs. Louis filasser. her new honcy-COlored blond hair glistening, wore a rich lilac-colored silk chiffon sheath featuring iridescent sequins hand-sewn into a free-form pattern over the entiredress. Lilac was also the color choice of Mrs. Sam Blank. The black fringed dress, which is making a big impression in our fashion picture, was worn by Mrs. Ben Essen. Among the many stunning ensembles worn was a black lace on Mrs. 11. W. Gray. From France, the chantilly lace was used for a two-piece costume that was strictly high fashion. Her Inree-quarti rlength coat featured a high stand-up portrait scalloped collar The neckline of her sheath combined the demure and Ihe daring, with a high squared neckline in front and the back (iecolletage plunging to the waist. The entire lace ensemble was rei mbroidereel in black iridescent vermicilli which is a very narrow and unique type of fabric. Her short gloves were of chantilly lace. -*% HE Italian-Israel fashion show %  was nj rrated by Miss Ilka Chase. Her vermilion brocade S a Dior of New York, which hired a modified bateau neckline with a self fabric banding reemphasizing the line. She sent some ul the fabric to Hong Kong. where she had her shoes and handbag made. The fashion festival was co (rdinated and accessorized by Saks Fifth Avenue. Mrs. E. L. Bonneau, whose husband manages the Ft. Lauderdale shop, wore a white chiffon. Her fitted bodice had narrow lingerie rolled straps, and her full skirt featured white maribou feathers at the hemline. From our own Lincoln Road Mall Saks shop, where the coordinating was done, manager Joseph Del Mastro's wife selected a white silk organza with a large rose print. Her bodice was strapless, with an oversized bow in the back, and her skirt was a full bouffant. Introducing the guests on the dais as they made their entrance was Mrs. Dav id Drucker. Her short formal was an emerald green silk satin featuring controlled fullness in the skirt, and her matching shoes had jeweled heels. Among those seated on i the dais was ^lrs. Charles Hall. Tones and shades of purple and lilac were combined in her silk satin matching dress and great coat. Solid shi-ade* of purple and lilac were hexchoice in accessories. llfHILE in Paris, both Mrs. Joseph Liapton and Mrs. Samuel Lipton pu rchased the gowns they wore at the Bonds for Israel dinner. Mrs. Joseph Lipton was in a white sill* with hand-painted print on the full skirt. Mrs. Samuel Lipton chose black alencon lace. Another traveler, Mrs. Maurice Fur-man, bought her black silk in Spain. Her scooped neckline was scalloped, and her circular skirt was appliqued with black velvet, which in turn was embroi tiered with black paillettes. More next -week. Miss Presser Now Mrs. Litz Mr. and Mr~s. Norman Litz are honeymooning in Montego Bay, Jamaica, after t heir wedding on Sunday. Oct. 22, at the Seville hotel, where a reception followed the ceremony. On their return, they will reside on Miami Beach. The former Sheila Presser is an alumna of So. Broward High School in Hollywood, attended the University of Florida, and is a graduate of Mt. Sinai Hospital school ot xray technology. She is Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Presser, 74212th St., and her matron L>1 honor was Mrs. Al Carpey. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Litz. of Philadelphia, l*a He is a graduate of Miami Senior \ ligh, and attended the Universities of .Miami and Alabama. He is presently internal auditor for Vliami Beach. Serving IS best man was Sonny Newberger. and Joel Presser, Al Carpey, William Siegel and Ben Goodman w:re ushers. — HOIS. LtSTtR flUIR Mrs. Feuer Picks Floor-Length Lace Lorraine Kahlenberg and Lester Feuer were married on Sunday, Oct. 22. at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman officiated at the 2 o'clock ceremony, which was followed by a reception. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kahlenberg, 1438 Jefferson ave. She is an alumna ot Miami Beach High and the University of Miami. S h e is past president of Sharet chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, past international vice president of B'nai B'rith Young Adults, and is currently secretary of the Miami Beach Jaycee-ettes. For her wedding, the new Mrs. Feuer wore a floor-length gown of white lace with illusion neckline. The short veil was attached to a headpieee of sequins and pearls. Matron of honor was Mrs. Norman Resnikoff. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Feuer, 4300 SW 7th st. He is a graduate ol Rutgers University and the University of Miami law school. He is a certified public accountant and has offices on Lincoln rd. His best man was Norris Friedlander. After a wedding trip to New Orleans, the young couple will live at 1955 Normandy dr. United Nations Their Topic P m T P ic of the da y win l"The United Nations." Mrs. Nat Temple Menorah Sisterhood will Greenhouse and Mrs. Mayer hold an Oncg Shabbat at the home I Abramowitz will lead the diseusof Mrs. Anne Hirschman, 7384 j s ion. Mrs. Ray Morse is SisterGary ave., on Saturday. Nov. 4, at ihood president. HoTWMHKL mfttffwL SUNStf FRIDM NOK3* SIDNEY POITIER CLAUDIA M.Nfll RUBY Off CARIB MIAMI MIRACLE 163 St. Sussmans Tell Pearl's Troth Mr and Mrs. Albert Sussman, 1431 Galiano, Coral Gables, are announcing ihe engagement of their daughter, Pearl, t<> Joel, son or Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Leibow, 1040 Euclid ave. The future bride is a graduate of Miami S nior High, attended the University of North Carolina, and is an alumna of Charron Williams ', College Her liancrc is a graduate of Miami Beach High, and attended the ; University of Miami. A wedding on Mar. 4, 1962, is being plan ned. A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9 8401 M$0** m i FOR ALL OCCASION? 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Pace 8-3 vJenisr FkridHan f riday, Oct ober 27, 1^1 As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas A/itzvah. Requesis s.ncu:d be addressed to "Corsage for You,'' P.O. box 2973, Miami 1, Fia., one month in advance. Include the name of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace cf the ceremony, home address and telephone number. The corsage will be &f orvweraed to ycu courtesy of Blackstorje-flowet^bops ioJime tor The occasion. Robert Tavs Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mnzvah ol Robert, son of Mr and Mrs. Henry Tavs. durii L Saturday morning services, Oct. 2b, at Temp.e Lmanu-El. A Student at Nautilus Junior I i, Robert plays in the school's i ci rt band, and is a member'of tii North Shure OpUnu.-l ioo'.ball ttii: I Kiddush ill his honor will be held in 1..i Saturday alternoon. ai <: a -. ; %  ; . Kiddush in his honor will be hosted by his parents. Larry and Lory Dansky Bar Mitzvah of Larry Stephen and Lory Sheldon, sons of Mr. and Mr.-. Harry Dunsky, will be observed during Saturday morning services. Oct. 28. at Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. Rabbi Gerald Lehrcr will officiate. The twins are eighth grade students at Kinloch Park Junior High, and are taking accelerated courses in mathematics. They play saxophone and French horn in the school band. Now in their fourth ; year at Flagler-Granada's Hebrew school, they are in the pre-confirmation class of the Sunday school. During the recent High Holy | Days, they served as rabbi and cantor of the Junior Congregation. They are bowling, football, and baseball enthusiasts. In their honor, the Oneg Shah Leonard feldman Jerry Markowitz Daniel Weiss I. Comercfcen Barbara lash Randie levine Schatzman Will Be Honored Here Irving Schatzman. president of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith, will.be honored for his "service to B'nai B'rith. Judaism and Israel" at a testimonial banquet at the Algiers hotel on Nov. 28. Announcement was made by the three co-chairmen for the function, DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Do it the easy way by mail. Hail your orders to Rich Dale Groves for prompt handling. Anne Frank chapter of B'nai i B'rith Women held a paid-up mem\ bership and "bring-a-prospective-! member" coffee on Tuesday, at the Park Lane Cafeteria. Mrs. Stephanie Klein, chapter seryice officer, initiated new members. Mrs. Simon Sanders was chairman. Proceeds for Children Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai! B'rith Women will hold a card party Saturday evening, Nov. 4. at' the Carlton hotel. Proceeds will go toward B'nai B'rith chanties., including the organization's Child-! ren's Hospital in Israel. Chairman is Mrs. Molhe Cohen. George J. Talianoff, Allen Goldberg and Gerald Schwartz. Schatzman recently began a second term as president of th 600 member Beach lodge. He is the first man ever to return from a post as past president to the lodge's top office, Talianoff pointed out. Goldberg said a capacity crowd of more than 400 persons is expect-; ed for the dinner. More than 280 persons attended the monthly meeting of the lodge last week and heard Akiva Goffer, director of the Southern office of Zim Israel Lines, say that there are "tentative plans to inaugurate, direct passenger service between ; Miami ana Israel in the spring of, 1963. The initial voyage to Israel : probably will coincide with the 1 celebration of Israel's 15th anniversary of independence." bat and Kiddush will be hosted by their parents, and a reception will be held in the Starlight room of the Biscayne Terrace hotel on Saturday evening. Neil Grossman Rabbi Mordeeai Podet will, officiate al the Bar Mitzvah of Neil J., son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Grossman, 3401 SW 17th st, on Saturday morning, Oct. 28, at Temple Judea. Neil is an honor student at Shenandoah Junior High. His pcrenLs will host the Kiddu-h following the ceremony. Daniel Weiss Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weiss, 1201 SW 21st ave., will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Oct. 28, at Beth David, with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiating. The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth grade honor student at Shi .-.andoah Junior High and a member of the Student Council. He ha.attended Beth David religious school since its inception eight years ago. His parents will host the Oneg Shabbat on Friday and the kiddush reception Saturday in his honor. Richard Spiegel Saturday morning services. Oct 28. at Temple Zsmora will include the Bar Mitzvah of Richard David son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Spitgel. of Coral Gables. Rabbi Alico Rutchik will officiate. Richard is ar. eighth grade St* dent at Ponce de Leon Junior High. Kiddush in his h< nor will be held at the conclusion oi the ceremony. ——————— AIR CONMIONiD !" ~"^^~~~" !" ^" !" UOtJLEVARD III II 1II SALON SWEDISH MASSAGE • BATHS Man. 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iday. October 27. 1961 fJewisti fk)ridHirnn Page 9-B Woodwind Group 'o Play Here hill A newly-formed chamber music p, the University of Miami roque Ensemble, will present its st recital on Monday evening, w i. t Beaumont Hall. Member] ol^e group are Burn .1 %  inson t'ut.'. and Lucas ew, double bass, both of the I'M usic lieulty. and Arnold -Grayii harpsichord. Guest artist for |e opening program will be Julien logh, "boe. he program will consist of the nata in G minor tor flute and ntinuo. by Jean Baptiste Loeillet; nata in A minor lor flute and ntinuo. by Tomaso Albinoni: He I' r double bass and harpsiord, by Mann Marais; and Trio nata in C minor, by Johann Joaim Quantz. Mher ensemble recitals-will be Id Feb. 12 and April 2. UIIPIII';! : Civil Defense is Subject Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl J and Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans, at the Congress Airport Inn A film and talk on "Personal >n Thursday. Preparedness in an Emergency"; Has to be given by Robert ll. Boem Mrs. William Aikerman, Civil Deler. of Dade County Civil Defense, fensc chairman, was to be In charge to the iVorman Bruce Brown Post | of the program RIVIERA "ira CATERERS lOpen House. Weddings, Bar MitzIvahs, Receptions. Decorated Trays. 11830 Pone. l 8-5441, HI 4-0600 THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN CATERERS %  W3 EXQUISITE WEDDINGS ft 84* MITZVAS 731 Washington Ave. Telephone JE 85401 THE NEW fifcM Restaurant HTOlond Lounge Fomerly yU the Preview LUNCHEON SPECIALS From 11:30-3 pm COCKTAIL HOUR Daily from 4-6 pm King Siie Cocktail* at Popular Pricet Hori D'oeuvrei Served • NIGHTLY FEATURE • RIBS—CHICKEN OR DUCK prepared over an Open-Hearth Flam* also PORTERHOUSE STEAKS OVER 2 POUNDS 5.50 DANCING NIGHTLY EXCEPT TUES. No Cover—No Min. 3622 Coral Way Phone HI 3 2038 KING ARTHURS COURT The SING3NG STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner "NEW IMAGE" NEEDED: In the parlance of the Madison Avenue ad lads, it's about time a new "Image" was created to resell our tourist industry here We've been reading about hiuh-rankin^ folk of our state heading to' Europe to lure the natives there to our sun-kissed clime and tropical beaches. Not that we disagree with them in trying to generate enthusiasm in hitherto untouched markets for our sadly-waning tourist business here, but what are we doing about newer, bigger and better promotion to bring more of our fellow Americans to this wonderful resort area? Sine* my return from a long summer up North, after seeing the best the mountains and seashore resorts up thataway have to offer, it is not difficult to understand why this tourist area is not getting a generous share of vacation business the year around. When the Catskill resorts suffered a slump, they revised their advertising and promotion. They made their premises appealing for the whole family, not just the adults. They added counselors and playareas for the tiny tots, rumpus room, "live'' entertainment, contests, "gimmicks" and loads of other activity to appeal to the teen-agers. They realized that even if fathers and mothers liked a hotel, they wouldn't necessarily vacation there. If a particular hotel had nothing to offer to the teen-ager, or couldn't accommodate the younger children, then the father and mother definitely would take the family to a hotel that could fill the bill for every member of the clan. Summer resort business is now "entire family" business. And the hotels of Miami Beach that beast so much for so little have practically nothing to attract the teen-ager. As a result, many families have head-. ed elsewhere for vacations, to hotels in areas that place as much emphasis on providing fun and pleasure for youngsters, from 5 to 18. as they do for adults. I've spoken to dozens of tourists here since returning from my trip north. They've had nothing but warm regard for our area as a vacation center. But all of them were adults over 21. How many out-of-town teen-agers were here in family groups at our hotels this past summer? A check at the many hotels reveals that there were far too few. BIMINI BOOM: For as long as I can remember, the quaint island of Bimini. the closest of the Bahamas chain to our shores, was regarded as a fisherman's delight. But since my return to town, I find the snug little island has undergone a tourist boom, thanks to speedy passenger motor cruisers that make the 47-mile run between here and there in a little over two hours. Many friends have made the round trip and have delighted in the get-awayfrom-it-all atmosphere of Bimini. with its dazzling light green waters, so clear and clean you can see ocean bottom 60 feet below. Many Miamians are making the daily trip, as well as tourists. It's a relaxing and stimulating day's fun in the sun and on the surf, affording an opportunity to spend four hours in a foreign port, see the Bimini sights, enjoy a Calypso show and get back in time for dinner in Miami SHOW TIME: Jerry Herman, the Miami songwriter who revealed his budding talent as a U. of Miami student, has hit the jackpot of fame finally. His grand tunes and lyrics arc one of the big reasons lor the overwhelming success of "Milk and Honey" Broadway's newest and brightest musical smash, with an Israeli background, and Molly Ficon, too. Mandy Campo. one of the more popular Latin bandleaders in the area, continues his long run at the Diplomat. Keeps his baton-wielding hand in shape by hitting 'em real long off the tees and fairways of the Diplomat course, playing with Jerry Knee, managing director of the Attache Motel, and Sol Maksik. Hollywood brick tycoon, just back from a long vacation in California. This must be "Ingemar Bergman" month in Miami and Miami Beach. Last week his "Virgin Spring" was featured on local screens. This week, his saucy and delightful production, "Secrets of Wdmen." is at the Sunset. Normandie and Mayfair. The Swedish directorial genius is probably the most talked-about personality in the movie-making business George Bacher. the Miami area restaurateur who owned and operated the Pub restaurant on Coral Way, has a new venture in Ft. Lauderdale It's a hall-million dollar restaurant, called The Round Table, resembling an English castle. Covering some 13.000 sq. ft. of ground area with room inside to seat 500 persons simultaneously. Bacher's Bound Table is scheduled for opening in early December The new restaurant is under construction at I'.S. hwy. 1 and Oakland Park blvd.. in Ft. Lauderdale Lake Worth architect Hilliard Smith designed the facility. Interiors are bl Lou Clerico. GOOD GOLFING: Most amazing improvement of a local golf course — Bayshores new face since Miami Beach Parks director John Poulos took over the greenskeeper assignment. Such lush fairways, grain-free greens and grassy tees. Poulos is to be congratulated also for his fine green hand in the making of the new and sporty Par-Three Municipal Course on the Beach, behind the high school, between Sheridan and Prairie aves. Normandy Shores course also has had a big re-grooming job and looks it. Mrs. Dorothy Friedman, new manager of the Par-Three layout, is interim manager of Bayshore, while Beach Council decides on a new manager. So far, the ones in the running are Irving Leighton, Dave Finkel, and pros Nate Feeman and Stu Boyle. 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Fiiday. October 27. 1961 fJewisti Meridian Page 11-B Chamber Music Series *o Open Quintetto Chigiarto will open the seventh annual membership sub* scription series ot the Friends of Chamber Music of Miami. As in the past, the series will be sented in ils entirety at the White Temple Auditorium in Miami. First in the series is Monday evening at 8:80 p.m I'rogram will include the Boccherinj Quintet in A major, Shostakovich Quintet Op, 57. and the Brahams Qum'et in F minor, op. 84. The Quintetto Chigiano includes Sergio Lorerm, piano; Riccardo Erengola. violin; Arnaldo Apostoli. violin: Giovanni Leone, viola; and Lino Filippini, cello. It was foutvktd in 1939 under the sponsorship of Count Guido Chigi Sarecini, scion of an ancient lino of Sieneso noblemen and noted patron of the) arts. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Quintetto Chigiano will open the seventh annual season of the Friends of Chamber Music of Miami on Monday evening at White Temple Auditorium. Ok itnctri'es ALSO SEE PAGE 15-C MRS. FANNIE HERTZON Although the Quintetto Chigiano's previous world-circling tours have included South America and Cana-: da. the fall of 1961 season will mark 1 '-. of Mti Paytonia rd.. died Oct.. .. .. „.., „. i tine rume here, 10 ; wr UKO from l..illts lirst visit to the United States. ii in ,„ r ... surviving are two son*, inErnes: A. Silverman, secretary ; eluding Morris A. two daughters, inl th. Frionrlc nf rhimhor Mucio 'h>d,n N1 "Sophie c tabby; six srundot the rrienas ot unamDer Music; l hil(1rrn im ,„.,. jreat-grandchild. here, meanwhile announced that I Services were Oct. 23 in Riverside the organization's membership M, r ial c hapel. Nomia nd> isle. rolls for 1961-62 are now closed, with no more subscriptions to the current season available. Applications will, however, be accepted tor the 1962-63 season. LEGAL NOTICE Garbousova Will Play Dvorak Raya Garbousova. internationally renowned cellist, will replace the indisposed Gregor Piatigorsky at the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra's second pair ol season concerts Nov. 12 and 13, with Fabien Sevn:'-:y conducting. "We are very fortunate to be able to announce the appearance ol lime, Garbjusova." Symphony business manager Marie Volpe said here. "Ibne. Garbousova. who was unable to appear with us last si ason because of illness, is happily looking forward to this opportunity, her fourth return engagement here, playing the announced Dvorak Violoncello Concerto." She will interrupt a current cross-country tour for this appearance in Miami. MICHAEL SUSSMAN rtO. of 17880 NVV n-h ave., died rvt 21, He came here 12 years ago from Brooklyn. S'.r^ vlng are his wife Rose; tw i ii lughtei idlng Joan j.. A brothen hiding Abe ai i 8 :•• %  • Ing ire tilt w I Syh ii th %  %  lack, Mien a n I -, i s %  -. were • let. 19 In i;,.. ;-. i.. iv. r ... %  %  ,•:. Washington Uli'. ALEXANDER XORN %  .. Sis I d Oct. 20 • >r six years igo from New y.,„. was i car sa • ... ind a vel •ran of World WarII. He was a Masoa and a member of B'nal B'rith, Surviving ire h'. fe, Elisabeth; tour Bons, Richard, William, Maury %  in.i Edward; and s sister, Service* were In New York c:t.. with Gordon Funeral Home in charge locally. Hebrew Teachers to Meet Hebrew Teachers Assn. of Greater Miami will meet on Sunday, 3:30 p.m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Dermer, 1919 Meridian ave., Miami Beach. The meeting will include a discussion on the teaching of Hebrew reading, current method^ and techniques. Proceeds for Religious School Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will have a rummage sale at Stevens Market, 6209 N\V 27,-t. 1? He came here 20 years aso from Yonkers, NY., and was administrateassistant of the Miami Beach water department, Surviving; are his wife; Ethel; i daughter, Mrs. Barbara Thomas; three brothers, four sisters and his mother. Services were Oct. 21 in Newman Uuneral Home. LEWIS RICE 64. of 6000 Red rd., died Oct. 18. He cams here 1 years ago from New York and was a retired Coast Guard lieutenant commander and a veteran of World Wars I ml H. Surviving are three brothers, including Cmdr, Maurice Rice S< rs cea were Oct. 21 in i iordon Funeral Ho • MRS. LEAH REIDER 81, ol 153] MutipS '**• %  <1tert **' '" %  She came here 14 yea-ago from Montreal. Sur\i\in; are a (laughter, Mrs Mir. Peai i son. Services vl ,..-,. ict, 20 iii fjord II Funeral Home. DAVI DHOCKSTEIN 78, of 1067 NW 17th *i died Repl 16 II,. can l %  ,,! New York and opera' • I i drj i la in ng agency. Surviving are hiwife, Wa; two Bons In 'ludlpg i %  M< rrla, and to •' lugl ii -• Berv es were In Rrnokh n w Ith Rl' era de Uemoi lal ..•:. Douglas rd., In 4 loc ii ints NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY <;IVI:N that the undersigned, dcsirinsr to enai?e in business utider the fictitious name of COZy CORNER at 67:tr. B.W. '.6th Street (also known as Miller Road) Intends to register said name with the Clerk ot the Circuit Court of Dodo County, l-'lorida. NATHAN BACKS Proprietor WELLIS'CH & DOUGHERTY attorneys for Nathan Sacks 141S Congress Blag. Miami, Florida 10 -'7. 11/3-10-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE Na. 54016-8 IN RE: Estate ol MARY DIAMOND WEINRERG l '. i i %  i NOTICE TO CREDITORS I".. All 'redll >r %  ind Ul Pel son* Ha • Ing Claims or Demands x^.> n-' > c d Estate v i are hereb notified n •! required t. present an) claim" and demands which v a ma> have against the estal %  M A R Y l> I A M ONI \\ KlNBERi! deceased late ol Dade I la to 1 he '..'nit;. I if I ....i County, "'i ft • %  the sa ie In their offices n* i iun i lourt house InDade nt5 Plor i, i Ii -ix cale'nd or the same will h. barred THELMA PERLOW Executrix SAMI'KI, STERN, Attorney to:. Rlltmore Was Coral Gabli -. Florida 10 27, 11 2.-IO-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 10336 LOl'IS'K McCLCRE, Plaintiff, vs. JESSE KAY McCLCRE, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You. Jesse Ray McChire, address nnd residence 1974 5th Avenue, Chamblee, Georgia, are required to lile \-nur answer tO the complaint with the clerk of the above Court BBd serve a ropy thereof to Herman Cohen, Attorney. 1303 Congress Building, Miami 32, Florida, on or hef ,re Novmlwr 13th, IWt. or else suit will be taken as confessed. Dated October 10th. 1961. K. B. I.i:\THKKMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Heal) Bj HEI.RN KE8BLEU, Deputj Clerk 10 18-JO-rf, 11 :'• MflTire i inncii FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTK >•• is ti..i:..ii uivi'-N thai the in lers -a I, lesli Ing to eng i | b islness un Ii the I Icl I lous rune ..t CHAM H %  • : MORTGAOR CO N Inc.) at 2 %  >". Calumet Building, Miami to register said name with tii %  • 'i "K %  '' i uU Court of Dadi County, I lor I i CHARI KS HIME HERBERT & KAUFMAN I rney for Appllc ml • %  !7. II 2-10-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 11390 THE Si: AMASS HANK !"• 'R SAVINGS IN THE CITY Dl N A VORK a New York t! loratl I'laiiitiff, %  %  ini.i %  %  • IIA!.I.I:I: an I HAZ DEAN II.M.I.. IH i '• i. ndantx, NOJICE BY PUO4.ICVTI0N TO: I'llll.II' %  > HAl.I.Eil II \/.KI, DEAN HAM.El Itesldi n< %  • i 'ul, II ,w n RE: liiil 9, In Block j. of LAKESIDE MA \i >R, ai irding I i Ptal tic i f, r ded in • al Page I >, ol the II irds of I lade Count \. i : Yor A.RK HEREBY NOTIFIEI i a i 'omplulitt to fil eclosi n ... i the aboye-descrlhed property has been filed against you and you i requlreil to serve I i i>|>j >l your answer >r pleading ;.. the comp utnt on Plaintiffs ait..in. v. BERNARD It. .lAiri:. IIJ; South West First Street, Miami. Florida, and file the Original answer or pleading in the office ol the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade County, Florida, on or before the 27th da) Ol November. 1861. if you fail to do so. I'e.r.e Pro Confesso will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint to forccl...-. Dat-ii at .Miami, D.i.ie County, Florida, this 24th day of October, t6l E. H. DKATHHUMAN. '' erg "f the Circuit Court (seal) By; HELEN KKssi.r.u Deputy clerk 10/27, Ll/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business and-r the fictitious names ol Club Clan Sales Co., Miami B< I. Contract Carpet .'v Flooring Co., at Dado County, Florida Intends to register said names *i'h the Cleric • >t the cue ait court of Dade 'ounty, I Mori.I... c S CARI'E COB (a Fin. corp i 8 lie i iwner SIDNEY EKRO-NSON \;-.c nej i >r Applli 21! S %  irl ildg 87, 11 ':' NOT13E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl i'1'ici: Ifl HERE IIVKN I ia,l I he un Ii I ; m I le>l! ••-: % %  • %  eng Ill business undi i the a Kill. Mi Sic SALES • 19.1 S E Ith i't.. Ilial.-.ih. lister nald lr, mi Court of r>adi %  Ida HENRI STt >N : MILT >N (.SHINS -^ '. ll/ NOTICE BY>Cl8LICAfibN IN THE CIRCfcJST.COURT OF TrfE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR O^DE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, I1C ':322 I'.i >SE NEI.Si >N Pis • M MORRIS N I iI >.•: %  : I : SLIT FOR DIVORCE TO: .Mi 'KRIS NE ;,' • N iri IIlore I ti iad Norfolk, \ r '• %  You .II hi IJ n %  • • d thai i Bill of C plaint i >r I >i> >rce has been j filed against you, ind you are required t" serve .i cops of your Answer or Pleading t. the BUI of c.miS lalnt on the plaintiff's Attorney; lanuel Zalac, Mil's Congress Huilding; .Miaou, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Mtta da) of November; 1M1. If you fail to do BO, judgment by default will be taken against >on for the relief demanded in the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week tor four consecutive weeks in TIIK JEWISH KI.'IKH'IAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 16th da> ol October", A.D. 1M1. i:. I: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, Dad • C intj Fl rida i-.ah B) : C IAUEXANDBRi Deputy Clerk HANDED ZAIAC Attoi in v for Pi iii [0/20-27 I' 10 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE O SSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND 8Y THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA PO M.I. TO WHOM THESE PRES \TSHAM. COMB, GREETINGS Whereas, HARRY A G(R1K>N, MIAMI BEACH, I'l.'ii-.IHA DEE GLASS, MIAMI BEAGH, FIA>R1DA flKNJAM N I BBRKOM1TZ, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA did on the 17th day of lanu iry, A I 195 i aus i„. ,.. I under the pmvislonj i i %  ol i Florida statute.-. THE you Piper Laurie aad Paul Newman star in "The Hustler," story of a pool shark and his obsession to become the all-time champion. Jackie Gleason, George C. Scott and Mryon jMcCormick axe also featured in this film, now in its second week at the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres. ::i:\ CORP., s corporation, with Its pr nclpal pi u of business al MIAMI BEACH, DADH COUNTY, In the SI %  .. ,,;• 1lor; la, i I where.i.the stockholdees ol auch corporation did on the ZSUl day of September, A.D 1981. cause to be filed in the office of th. .-. -. arj of State of the St.it. of Florida, I Consent of all the ,-t.K-kholdera Under the provisions of said Chapter 608, Flbrtdg statute-, showing the dissolution of such corporation. Now. therefore, the Secretary of state does hereby certify to the I going ai d th it h.is satisfied that the requirements ot law have been complied with IN WIPNKSS Win:i'.KOF, I have hereunto ,-et my hand and have affixed the Great s.-ui of the state of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the TWENTYEIGHTH day of SEPTEMBER A.D. 1961. TOM ADAMS Secretary oT State I0'27/G1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 622M N-. I glvei thai Ni el W S egel hoi Ii a-ri %  • %  .: ,• v in %  Tax Sa Ie 'erl i ate Numl • lisii. dated the J ii \ %  • i fl %  ertll Icate In mj ind %  is ap.. ... i %  • %  for til deed t ssue thi dui • with law Said Gertll braces i fi >wli rd ;.r iperi -. I !o ml). Florida, to-wl I^.t 4.'. Block 6 S'.ibdiM.-ion ..f the Dale Miller Tract Addition Number One, Plat Book i •..!:. %  To in the Citj of Miami, County ol i hide, si.ate ol Florid i The a-.-e.sm -i [ of said property under thCertlfl ite Issued is In the name of Unknown. Unless said Certificate shall he redeemed according to law, t...v i i will Isaue thereon on the 29th li.n ol November, AD 1961. Hated th;25th day of October, A.D 1961. E. !'. LEATHERMAN, Clerk ol Circuit Court, Dad Count). F orlda (seal) By: R. M, DEEPER Deputy Cl-rk 10/27. H/8-10-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 10361 CENTRAL BAVINOS BANK IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK, a New York banking corporation, Plaintiff, vs. NATHAN SOLOVV, et il. Defendants. NOTICE OF SUiT TO: JACK BAILEY ind DOB ITHY BAILEY, hiwife I838I Worr ek Btreet So ith Bend, Indian i Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that Is suit has i...en brought i sM you by CENTRAL NAVINCS BANK IN TDK CITY OF NEW YORK, in 'lie above-entitled Court, to f %  gage en m I T ng I h • fol iw ing described :ir .i.-"t ^. !•• I Lot -. In l %  k 27, SEt' N > ADD Ti'iN r i SIERRA led i %  Dial ".: ii paste 1 ol the public re irdi Dade C di. T iKether M ith II E Refl I2LR: Yl. 602337 %  nj you in reo,u!red to fl ,our in,\.-r Ith the %  'jerk of the Ck Court of Do Mian Florida, on or v ivembei 14.1961 i I to i cop %  suel .i i i '. W'l I c CATSMAN Plainl Iff* ittori n i B< tddi 14tli Flo il %  l East Flagler Stn Ml i %  bef re ald late i rei i red b) h e I, iof Fl irl la II tar to do so, the complaint will IN THE CIRCUIT :0 U R T O THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 11143 NEW YORK SAVIN*IH H VNf. I corpoi at i" exis laws of the Stal • IN fork, rial BLWYN cii 'Rl -. • i.' % %  ; VNDKR, i\. 1 1 fendl %  NOTICE OF "-'J T TO OLADl S A LEX VND ': c .. M % %  \' I I M D SO N P inl K i v..., .in Ni YiiC ARE HERE '"' NoTIFIl 1 ll -in yd t NEW Y' RK SAVIN' %  s ;li^ :,!,... .%  ntltled ai t, a mnrtffs fe encun A lB l Lot 23, Block I 'I%  :'' CAfl DEN, ai : • t 1 "" P 1 '' 'hereof, recorded In P'al B 10k 61 U page 121. of the publ i ''' %  ''' Dade I '..iur v. l-'i i'i I I Together with. VVestlnghouse Refrlger itor Mod.l No DM-11; and you are required to tile your answer with the lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, at. the Courthouse in Ml Mil, Florida, on or before November 21,1961, and to serve u copy ol SUCh answer upon DAVID P CATSMAN. Plaintiffs att.irney, whose addr.ss i14th Floor at 101 Bast Flagler Street, Miami 22, l'.ori i i. on or bei i date as re quired by the Laws ol Florl la. If you fail to do so, the complaint will be taken us confessed by you and ;l Decree Pro Confesso will be entered -t you for the relief demanded in the complaint DATED tins ixth day of October, 1961. K. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the 'II lull lourt Dade i !ountj Florida („,.r>l> i l, ALEXANDER, D lerk >AVID P CATSMAN 14th Moo: al i 'i B Ft tg • %  -' Miami 22, 1' >ri la 10/20-27, 11 '"10 i,.. takei infessed %  >' %  > i i and a |. Pro Confesso will be entered against you for th 0 relief demanded I iint. DATED this nth day >( I kjtob %  .. 1961. v: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, c r uit Court, Dade County, Flo I I (seal) Bj K M LYMAN, Deputy ci.-rk DAVID P CATSM w I ith Floor at 101 F. I-lagler St. Ml ."ii 32, Florida 10/13-20-27, Ii '3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HKltKHY GIVEN that the underslKned. desirinn to engage in business under the fictitious name of DADE COUNTY DETECTIVE AGENCY at I' O, Box 62-193, M in I' I Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, of I'ade County, I-.orlda. DO >D JOHNSON Sole Owner 10/20-27. 11/3-10 IN r H ICIRC. ~ c 0 u ; TJ F THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 6 1 C 11150 UNITED SER\ i < > MKB INSURANCE rcMPANY, n company nuthorlsi .1 to dn %  %  dness In Washington, D.C., PI ilu ALLEN IH INEN • u. I •.. • elld 1-1' NOTICE OF SU T Tl: ALLEN i: %  %  '' 4LYN R( isl'.N.. his i:.1.1: • YOU ARE H' ITIFIBD I il a suit has I. lUgl • %  bj UNITED SERVICES I. 1 '' %  %  IN-l m\r, entltli I %  'oui I. to I gage el n ; '• %  cril.i d pi %  •! 1 l..,t 16, n %  67, if FO If ADDITIi IN TO \ NOB BUHDIVISK N SECTION I' 10. ordlng to tl r '" corded In Plat Boo %  72, of the publ %  re ird i of Dada u. Florida; and \ 0U arri Ired to : yoUf answ< r with the i' erk of th < Court of l> ide '' on ty, !•' ii it the. Courthouse in Ml.tn Florida, .n or befon Soven • % %  • 1,196 a cooi ot Kuch answer upon DAVID P. CATSMAN. I' llntlff's I'lorn-y, M h..-. addi i -is 14th F o ir il 101 Baal Flagler Str iet, Mia i-.ori la. on or befor %  • %  ..' I Sate, il rai b) the Laws of Florida. If you fall to i %  • impla nl w n be taken is mfi %  • i Decree Pro Confeaaa will be entered agalnsl you for tlw celiel aemandeo in the complaint DATED this 18th daj of I -tober, IMI. F B LEATHERMAN i lerk •! the cii Dade County, Flol (seal) C. 1. ALEXANDER, DepuD '"k-rk DAVID T CATSMAN 141h Floor at 101 E. Hauler S>. Miami 22, Florl I t 10/20-27, 11/3-10



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Page 12-B +Jei*t fkrkftJ^ Friday. October 27. 1361 PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THRU FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3 FREEZER SALE! There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store. You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer now and take advantage of these LOW, LOW, prices! CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER AT NO EXTRA COST! BEEF Forequarters 175 LB. AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME c lb. WHOLE RIB OF BEEF CHOICE OR PRIME 69 c lb. 32 POUND AVERAGE LAMB Forequarters 25 LB. AVERAGE 49 c lb. BEEF CHUCK 110 LB. AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME 53 c lb. BONELESS TRIMMED BRISKET OF BEEF 12 LB. AVERAGE 79 c lb. VEAL Forequarters 50 LB. AVERAGE 49 c lb. BABY Steer Liver 10 LB. AVERAGE 45 ( lb. YOUNG TOM TURKEYS 59 C lb. 16 LBS. AND UP NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 2091 CORAL WAY MIAMI CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87th AVE. Westchesttr Shopping Plan 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER NO. MIAMI BEACH 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR



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'"Oewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, October 27, 1961 Section C Built in large measure by the contributions of the Jewish community in Dade county, Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Miami's Metropolitan Medical Center opens with its dedication on Sunday at the hospital site, 1300 NW 14 sf. For program details, see Page 1-A. • '" %  ~' %  %  •*" %  i A NEW ADDITION TO THE METROPOLITAN MEDICAL CENTER Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Opens Sunday Fulfilling a dream. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital opens its doors on Sunday. The non-profit hospital will serve the ill of all faiths with just oue goal — finest patient care. Only three floors of Cedars will open Sunday. The top three floor:will be completed as the necessary funds become available from contributions by Dade eoun'.ians. But Cedars is no longer a dream — it is a reality as at least half of it begins to serve the community. When the entire hospital is completed, $4,500,000 will have beer invested by the community in this life-giving, health-saving institution. Built by William A. Berbusse, Jr., Construction Company. Cedars will ultimately offer 282 beds and 30 baby bassinets at its six and one-fourth acre site in the fast-developing Metropolitan Medical Center. Significant about Cedars of Lebanon Hospital is its lack of frills. At Cedars, the big outlay went into purchasing the newest, finest and most efficient equipment to save lives. After thll huge investment in medical equipment, there was simply not encrgh money for "extras." There was not even enough money to complete the upper floors at this time. All radiology, surgery and therapeutic facilities will be located on the ground floor, along with administrative offices. This plan eliminates noise and hospital traffic on the upper floors where patients will be at rest. Also on the main floor, to the left of the lobby, are the Admitting Offices. Gift Shop and Information Desk. An Interfaith Chapel and Contemplation Room, where both patients and visitors may offer prayers and meditate, will be located to the right of the main entrance. Layout of Facilities Adjoining the Admitting Office is the Cashier and Bookkeeping Department with its own safe and night depository. Medical records will be filed in this area. Doctors will have their own entrance, where they will find a dial-in system to make their presence in the building known to the telephone operators. A Snack Bar serving tastetempting delicacies will also be located off the main lobby. The large hospital cafeteria is situated in the rear-center area of the ground floor close to the food elevators. These food elevators will open at each floor level, close by the strategically-located radar ranges that make food piping hot in just seconds. There will be two elevator banks, each with two high-speed, smooth-stopping Otis elevators. The Maternity Wing will be located on the second floor, along with patient beds. The third floor will offer patient beds entirely. Each bed will have electronic position controls convenient for manipulation by both the patients and a visitor or nurse. Above each bed will be a newly-designed reading lamp that swings both outward and up and down, so that attending physicians ca n use it for illumination during patient examinations on the bed. Also, above each bed will be piped-in oxygen and suction devices. 'Concentrated Car*' Each bed will be equipped with a pillow speaker that will permit a patient and nurse to com municate without necessitating the nurse's presence in the room. This pillow speaker will also be tunable to radio and television sets so that where there are two patients in a room, one can lis,^/t *^pccial ^Jewish jf-'o ridian ^Jttpplcntcnt This special supplement of The Jewish Floridian tells the stor/ of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital and the people who built it. The $4,500,000 institution will be dedicated to' the ill of all faiths. It will serve the community in humanity's tireless, great fight for life and the eradication of disease. Cedars of Lebanon, with three floors still to be completed, will be an important part of Mami's Metropolitan Medical Center. It has required the difficult surmounting of many problems to make Cedars a reality, and if is largely the foresight, energy and determination of the people behind Ceders of Lebanon friat have brought the hospital to this Dedication Day. i ten to entertainment while the other sleeps undisturbed. The Nurses' Stations are centrally located on the floor with egress in all directions so that every room is just a few quick steps from the station on its floor. This interior layout was designed by the medical staff on the hospital, itself. The doctors, whose very own concept it was to build Cedars, worked hand-inhand with the architects. Smith and Korach. of Miami Beach, designed the interior cf Cedars for maximum efficiency from a medically practical point of view. Cedars of Lebanon will offer four "concentrated care areas" where specially-trained nurses and orderlies will constantly supervise the critically-ill needing particular attention. Emergency drugs and equipment will always be immediately available on a split-second's notice. Doctors will be equipped with transistor sized "walkie talkies" to assure instantaneous contact with patients in case of emergency. Each hospital room will have individually controlled airconditioning. The newest in cardiac resuscitation equipment wiil also be included in Cedars' array of modern faciliti. Chief-of-Staff, Dr. Morton M. Halpern, aptly describes the medContinued on Page 10-C



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&f h^.iytfWrhfr*' :rcrrr 1*1 Cedars Hospital Opening Culminates Years of Effort by Dedicated Leaders i %  1L %  %  p: : %  uteB ;*v an !. &f Aatm *u*rw hw*-~ %  X I ,-v %  • .< •*! I M • • "\ V %  ;>:-. D -'" • .:• :---r. %  i%  •-"* %  % %  • w .? • a %  : • • : a "3B tanwufl. K a %  %  far a .-4 1 —• %  .Ba et> :rvr I %  Cafa am MVB ttsa rrs rutra Cedar of Lebanon Tree Was Ancient Symbol of Strength ut HOHOTTL MIO*IAL PAVIU ON — .•" : %  -. %  %  : • : % %  : ... i_ asm %  sprr of STAB %  ~ 1 "*. -. '/pen : '. Volunteers of Valor' Cited 1 %  %  '' %  %  %  • .• .. CONG8ATULAT f %  • MltACLI WIDG1 OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF MIAMI, INC. %  : '..-LAT ON 7501 NE 3rd r ca, Miami, fl. Dial PI 8-5313 IW5 SE M A/ Ft Ujderdaie, F!a JAckaon 2-3092 CONGRATULATIONS :dcirs of tfLcpauoM K^/ToMpitm from B. GROVER



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Friday. October 27, 1961 351 II =*Jewl$ti nkridHian Page 3-C JCTiON GIN Cedars of Lebanon Hospital was onginali. conceived by the doctors who now compete its medical staff. Above ere Dr. Mrs. Morton M. Halpern, chief of the medical staff at Cedars and one of the c.ctive fund-raising campaigners. Right of m is Dr. Morris Blau, who helped the tty girl shovel out the first spade full of ;'.:! to start groundbreaking at Cedars. Lower right (left to right) are E. Albert Pallet, Dr. Blau, Dr. Stanley Margoshes and Dr. Maurice Rich at a hospital meeting where doctors reported the sale oi nearly S~ 50.000 in bonds to help finance Cedars of Lebanon. Pallot is chairman oi the Cedars development fund. Pallot Gives Professional Staff Vote of Thanks '"As Cedars of Lebanon Hospital prepares to open its doors to the all faiths, it is time to acknowledge the remarkable and it \ i! a I activity earned out by i Cedars development fund," fclbert Pallot. fund chairman, ..red this week. "Under the directionrtip ol Id Dunsky, over 50 produc fund-raising events hav< since March. Counthousj i da <>i telephone calls hav been made from develop%  • • fund headquarters Endless ,.i planning and iolluu1hrouj;h have been invested. The development tund team vu.rks behind the scenes to make < ur fund-raising ailairs successful. The professional staff-has i ne an excellent job," Pallot ed. BRONZE PLAQUE A bronze plaque will be mounted in Cedars ol Lcha•lospitai lobby, honoring laborers responsible for the physical creation of the $4,500,000 institution. The plaque will stand as a permanent monument. It will be .ted as a cooperative project by all sub-contractors. Working closely with Dunsky is Mrs. Arnold H. Perlstein, who directs Womrn"s Division activities. Marlin Harrison and Perry Trat'.en also aid in the field acti\ities of the hospitals lund-raising staff. "Fund-raising is a notonou-iv thankless job," declared Pallot. "and our community owes a deht of thanks to Dunsky and his staff lor their important work in making Cedars of Lebanon Hospital a reality.*' Adde'. the Cedars development fund chairman: "The public relations program for the hospital has been highly effective. Due to its effectiveness, Miami has learned about our nospital, its aims and its ideals, well in advance of its opening." Pallot offered a salute to Charles R Jacobson, public relations director, and "Ron Levitt who is assisting him. as well as to Alan Shecter, who preceded Jacobson as public relations director, before joning J. I. Kislak Mortgage Corp. Other development fund stall members who have assisted, he said, are Ada Mass. Helen Bonn Ruth Jacobson. f. ALBIRT PALLOT development fund chairman CONGRATULATIONS TO Kmm*QCiars of ^L^cvanon <_jTo£pihil FROM GULF STATES STEEL CO. i REINFORCING STEEL PLACEMENT Congratulations from SURGICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY HUGH I. ADAMS 110 S.W. 2nd STREET Miami, Florida STRUCTURAL STEEL ERECTION 2905 NW 32 St. NE 5-0774



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Page 4-C fJenisti fk>ridfan7 Friday, Octobei 27, 1961 JAMES ROOSEVELT TO SPEAK HERE Judge Sam Silver At Helm of Gables Drive Plans for the Coral Gables community drive lor Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will be culminated with a Nov. 29 hospital dinner at the Dupont Plaza hotel, announced Judge Sam I. Silver, Coral Gables chairman. Congressman James Roosevelt (D.-Calif.) will be guest speaker of the evening. Judge Silver anneed Ihe fog associate n ior the Nov 29 c!nntr: Anthony Abi m Si : %  %  • .,*. Lou i Holly. Abbot Harle. Fred Hartnett. Arthur Litt, Judge Ray Nathan. Andy Novak. Richard Pallot. Sol Rovin. Nathan B. Rood, and Coral Gables Mayor Robert Searle. Bernard Serkin. Benedict Silverman. Dr. Arthur Sokoloit. Paul Ttvis, Nat Winokur and Herman Feldman arc also associate iien ol the Coral Gables conv for Cedars ••7 ill community i unt i up ;i .n uri ; i • S i ts i • Stanley Myers in Active Role As Chairman of Cedars Board One of the community's most brilliant legal minds has been a", the helm of the board of trustees of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. As board chairman of Cedars, Stanley C. M>ers has been one of the driving forces behind the Cedars building fund campaign. Myer; gained national attention as a standard-bearer of philanthropy when for five terms he served as president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, a national body which includes a membership from Jewish Federations in over 200 cities in the United States and Canada. He is a recipient of the famous Silver Medallion Award for Brotherhood presented by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. His most familiar role, of late, has been at the head table of a series of fund-raising events for Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, at which he has successfully solicited gifts and pledges to the Cedars development fund. Myers' wife, Martha, has taken an active role in the Cedars campaigns, too. accepting the chairmanship of the Women's Division's Golden Gift of Guardianship luncheon on Nov. 10 at the Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Myers has served as an active chairman for this gala function. Rabbi Narot to be Feted; Thurman Will Head Event A lifetime of community service will be recognized when honor is paid to Rabbi Joseph Narot on Monday, Nov. 27. The occasion will be a community dinner for the benefit of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, attended by hundreds of Rabbi Narot's friends, including many members of his Temple Israel congregation. A Harvard graduate, Harold CULMINATION OF EFFORT Continued from Page 2-C at the half-way mark," Sapiro said, and he believes it. Speaking with him, it's hard to doubt his words. It will take a strong and determined effort to complete Cedars, but with the inspired leadership of Sapiro as president, it is clear that Cedars of Lebanon Hospital has a bright future with financial security to look forward to. Thurman will serve as chairman of the Narot dinner, and will announce the location of the dinner this week. Long active in the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Thurman has built up an enviable record of philanthropic work both in Miami and in Boston. Thurman .^ a memoer of the board of trustees of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital and has served actively with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. He is a financial consultant in Miami. "It is fitting that an nonor to Dr. Narot and a benefit dinner for Cedars of Lebanon Hospital be combined so tnat the community can respond to two most worthwhile projects in the same exciting evening," Thurman said. Thurman is actively organizing his dinner committee. Dinner reservations are already being accepted. Dr. Narot will accept the community's honor and deliver the main address at the dinner. CONGRATULATIONS... AND VERY BEST WISHES TO The OFFICERS and DIRECTORS of CEDARS OF LEBANON HOSPITAL From Miami Title & Abstract Company 136 N.E. 1st STREET FR 3-8432 JUZCl SAM I. sum announces speaker LefcjrJ Loads Spector Push .-. ; la ..; business been nai Miian of a benefit dinm r for Cedars of Lebanon Hospital t ; i;,t honor Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Spector. The dinner is scheduled for Oct. 31. and will take place at the Barcelona hotel. It is anticipated that a large turnout of members of Beth David Congregation will be on hand to honor the Spectors. Both Lcfcourt and Spector are members of the board of trustees of Cedars of Lebanon. Democratic United States Sen. A. S. "Mike" Monroney. of Oklahoma, will fly to Miami to be guest speaker of the evening. Sen. Monroney has been a Senate leader in the fields of foreign aid, aviation, education, money and banking, housing, natural resources, and small businesses. Mr. and Mrs. Spector will be honored "for their 40 years of outstanding community and charitable efforts." A builder of long standing, Spector has extended his philanthropic aid to practically every local cause. Lefcourt, a Miami CPA, has also been active in many charitable affairs. SIDNEY IIFCOURT Spector ii'ne HAROLD rmUKAH dinner choirmn S1AHU1 C. MYERS board chairman MRS. NATHANIH ..'•'. Auxiliary mttliitmi Mrs. Levin is Honored Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin, known to all as Sylvia, was honored early this month at a Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Open House. She is completing her second year as president of the Women's Auxiliary' of Cedars. She is a former president of National Council of Jewish Women, and di I ng administration she spear headed a drive for a tram ing program for sight-nan' I capped children. A recipie: t of the Sigma Delta Tau I manities Award, she h. been active in community Continued on Page C CONGRATULATIONS TO ^-^edars of &L~ebanon


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Fridcy. October 27. 19B1 *JwMh fhridlinr Page 5-C <£/Qbe ^/Qronovitz successful. Would you have the daring to tell a plane load of successful business executives that the plane wouid staj up in the air until it either ran out of gas or every pasHAR0LD DUNSKY fund-raiser ghl sio.ooo in Israel I: mds Dun-!,-, did it. and none of the passengers chose to bluff him. • ice :> ".•lend bet Dunsky $50 that he couldn't sell a certain strai r $25,000 in Israel Bonds within ;•:! hour, Dunsky picked up the $50 with plentj to spare, ing only 20 minutes to close the transaction. These arc just a handful of Dunsky doings in a fund-raising career thai has seen him raise over S100.000.000 for worthy causes. He has been referred to in high cirContiued on Page 10-C Endowments At Hospital Still Available Wi*n the half-way mark reacheJ in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital's campaign for 54,500.000. and with half Of the six floors of the hospital ready for service, the number of facilities available tor endowment are also approximately at the 50 percent mark. Of 183 facilities originally available, about 100 of them have been endowed through the generosity and philanthropy of the community. Most popular have been the facilities in the maternity ward. According to E. Albert Pallot, chairman of the development fund, there are still a good number of life-saving facilities and quantities of health-giving equipment that have not been endowed. "These range from gilts of $1,000 for various examination rooms to the $250,000 cornerstone, with plenty to choose from in between," Pallot said. Facilities may be reserved by pledges payable over a five-year period It is estimated that the remaining facilities still available will be endowed to a great extent bj the en d Of the current phase of the fund raising campaign. CONGRATULATIONS... FLORIDA FILTERS, Inc. AIR CLEANING DEVICES FOR ALL APPLICATIONS "FILTERS WE HAVE THEM" ALL SIZES 3110 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Phone FR 1-8625 ABE ARONOVITZ AN OIL BY MRS. F. TAYLOR CUSHNER BEST WISHES TO \*-^edars of


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Paae 6-C v-Jenist fhr>ridf§3in Women of Cedars Meet some of the hard-working women who are helping the Women's Auxiliary reach its pledge goal oi S250.00O. Starting c: the top left corner are "the doctors' wives for Cedars" :left to right seated Mrs. Morten M. Halpern. Mrs. Wayne Rogers and Mrs. Norman Gladsden. Standing are Mesdcmes Bernard Yesr.er Morris Blau, Max Pepper. Louis Lemberg and Nathaniel M. Levir.. Upper right is a preview of the Saks Holiday line of fashions to be shown at the Golden Gift of Guardianship luncheon on Nov. 10 at the Fontcinebleau. Modeling the formal COAT, is loan Bart, shown with Saks fashion coordinator. Miss Irene Gracia. Lower left are a few of the "board wives for Cedcis seated left to right Mrs. David Stuzin. Mrs. Sam Luby and Mrs Samuel T. Sapiro. Women's Division chairman. Standale Mesdames Sidney Aronovitz. Ben Novack. Maurice Furman and Sol C. Schave. Admiring the beautiful Book of Healing that contains the names of every Life Guardian aTe (left to right Mesdames Nathaniel M. Levin. Herbert Gelernter. Ted Lorterman Morion M. Haiperr. JuLus Spector and Samuel T. Saoiro. Success and Good Luck Sunshine Sweets Sugar, Inc. GREEN BROS INC R. W., Leon & Morns Green Miami, Florida WE ARE PROUD TO HAVE FURNISHED THE MILLWORK FOR THE NEW K—cedars of ^L^cbcttton <_J~~lospital ATLANTIC MILLWORKS A. E. CLARK 7636 N.E. 4th Court Phone PL 8-6763



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Friday, Oclober 27, 1961 *"J(f*r*# flrr/fcfiann Page 7-C Llfg GjIMRDfAHS %  GODMOTHERS Cedars Women's Group Plans Busy Fall Schedule One of the unique features of the campaign to mnld and" com I etc Cedars of Lebanon Hospital has been the support lrom women in the community, who have planned one of the busiest fall programs ever embarked upon in Miami history. A huge success has been the I. fe Cuardianship and Godmother l rogram that has >cen clo?o to 21 women making pledges of I and 11,000. The $300 pledge, payable over a !,hree-year period, makes a woman contributor a Life Guardian, and means thai her name will be inscribed permanently in the Book of Healing. The Book of Healing, endowed by Mrs. Rena Broidy, will stand permanently in the lobby of Cedars, attesting to the philanthropy of Miami women. The SI.000 pledge enrolls a woman contribir.er as a Godmo'her, and her contribution is applied to endow facilities and equipment in the Maternity Wing oi Cedars of Lebanon. Mrs. Sapiro Crowns Life of Philanthropy With Cedars Opening The opening of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital and the all-out fund-raising campaign that has been engineered to make this opening possible is the climax of a lifetime of philanthropy for Carrie (Mrs. Samuel T.) Sapiro, chairman of the Women's Division of the hospital development fund. Carrie has always had the habit of pitching in. She has helped in the drive for $2,500,000 Still JVccJcJ Cedars oi Lebanon Hospital still needs $2,500,000 to complete its building fund goal, Stanley C. Myers, Cedars board chairman, said. In order to pay off the borrowed funds and complete t h e unfinished top three floors of the hospital, the $2,500,000 figure must still be raised, in spile of the fact that the hospital is now opening its doors. "In order to progress construction this far, the hospital has sold bonds and obtained a first mortgage," Myers explained. It it clear that further debt, however, would be prohibitive because oi the excessive interest expense! that would be involved. "Our only source of new funds lies with the contributions and pledges of the people within the community," Myers added. Israel Bonds. She has helped in the drive to build Ml. Sinai Hospital. She has helped in the drive to sell US. War Bonds, once being decorpted by Mrs. Omar Bradley lor her successful efforts. But Cedars of Lebanon Hospital is something special for Carrie. For one thing, her husband is president ol the hospital. "Because Cedars became so important to him, it became important to me," she said. Originally from New York, Carrie and Sam Sapiro moved to Miami in 1935, and have been highly active in civic and charitable affairs from the time they unpacked their luggage. Mrs. Sapiro has three married sons and seven grandchildren. She and Sam live in Coral Gables, where she has amassed one of the most colorful collections of foreign-made dolls on the local scene. Mrs. Sapiro is headirg up what might be among the busiest hospital fund-raising campaigns by women ever attempted in Miami. With a $250,000 pledge to redeem, a lot of events and affairs must be planned and activated. Carrie's determined efforts will be recognized at long last on Nov. 10 when the Auxiliary pays tribute to her at the festive Golden Gift of Guardianship luncheon at the Fontainebleau hotel. MRS. LEVIN Continued from Pag* 4-C life ever since moving to Miami in 1946. As president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary, she has played a formidable role in the Women's Division activities of the hospital development fund. These activities will' be climaxed on Nov. to with the hospital's Golden Gift of Guardianship luncheon at the Fontainebleau. MM. SAMUEL SAPWO women's choirmon Congratulations from Front Page Beauty Salon ALL BEAUTY SERVICES Reasonable Prices — Expert Operators 1628 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the board of trustees oi Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, points to the Abe Aronovitz Memorial Pavilion, the lourlh floor at Cedars, as hospital president, Samuel T. Sapiro, and hospital administrator, Sanford K. Bronstein, look on attentively. Although the hospital is opening Sunday, the fourth floor, as well as the fifth and sixth, will not be completed until additional funds are made available through contributions and pledges. Hospital Costs Easily Justified Today The stay of a patient at Cedars of Lebanon will be shorter than ever. This fact can be attributed to advances in medical science and the condensation and intensification of the care received. For the bread-winner of the family, a shorter hospital stay means a speedier return to the performance of regular duties and income resumalion. American hospitalization reports point out that in 1937 a fractured leg would have confined the patient to bed for approximately 114 days, while the average confinement today is 16 days. Maternity cases usually of 11 days duration in 19G7 were shortened to only lour days by 1957. In proportion to a shorter hospital stay, the price of hospitaUzation has risen sharply The cost of living has doubled since 1940, but hospital rates are over lour times what they were back "in the good old days." One of the well-known figures in the hospital administration field, recently made the observation that hospital services cost more than ever, but they are better than ever, and cannot be provided for less. It is easy to justify a hospital bill when you take time to analyze it item by item. First and foremost in your hospital statement is the 24 hours nursing service you receive as a patient, men are the therapeutically • prepared meals, medications, dressings, casts, blood transfusions, laboratory tests, drugs, X-rays, operating room costs, maid and orderly services plus your cheerful room. CONGRATULATIONS TO K—^cdars of JL^cvanon


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Fage 8-C +Jenist fkrkfian Friday. October 27, 1961 WOMEN'S SERVICE PROGRAM A PRIVILEGE Auxiliary Volunteers Ready to Help The very beautiiul former Miss Universe, Mrs. G. David Schine, poses in front of the hospital marquee, dressed in the Auxiliary volunteer uniform that will be worn by women serving the patients at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Mrs. Schine was the first to enroll as a Cedars Volunteer. Congratulations from GENERAL FORM RENTAL, INC. STEEL FORMS 7325 N.W. 43rd STREET TU 5-1722 CONGRATULATIONS... SPECTOR and SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS 575 S.W. 22nd Avenue Phone FR 9-1345 The Women's Auxiliary of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will maintain an active role in the operation and services of the hospital, according to Auxiliary president. Mrs. Nathaniel 11. Le\in. Now that the ho-pital is built, the Auxiliary's m-hospital duties are first beginning. Members of the group are eligible to participate in the volunteer service pro\ gram which has already been planned. •Were going to be as professional as possible." she said. "We've minced no words about the seriousness of this work." Because hospital work is new to most Auxiliary members, they must pass through a rigorous training program and examinations that will prove their capability. Among the services Auxiliary members will perform include the operation of the Gift Shop, located on the first floor near the hospital entrance. In addition, there will be an escort service to take patients to their rooms. The volunteers will be dressed in seal blue and white "jumper-type"' uniforms. Letter sorting and delivery will also be handled by the Auxiliary. 'The volunteer service program will be a privilege, not a social club."' Mrs. Levin pointed out, "and will be designed to aid patients in every way possible." Lovely Actress Celeste Holm. Chinchilla Rap to be Given Away Free at Luncheon Lovely actress Celeste Holm models the eye-opening chinchlll that will be given away free at the Cedars of Lebanon Hosp.'.^; Won Auxiliary Golden Gilt of Guardianship luncheon on Nov. 10 a: the Funtainebleau hotel. Miss Holm modeled the fur during a recent Miami visit and lent a large measure of time to the Cedars Auxiliarj busy fall program. The Auxiliary has pledged $250,000 to the hoM I ment fund. VALUABLE PRIZES SCHEDULED FOR DISTRIBUTION HERE ^juctrdicinsnip j~ete at jrontaineblcaii The women behind Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will climax their fall program of activity when the Auxiliary hosts its exciting Golden Gift of Guardianship luncheon on Nov. 10 at the Fontainebleau hotel. In addition to a dazzling bill of entertainment, prizes will be given away, and a preview of Saks Fifth Avenue's trend-setting Holiday line of fashions will be shown for the first time. Among the valuable prizes arc a breath-taking chinchilla wrap, a stunning diamond watch-bracelet, a S100 gilt certilicate from Hallmark Interiors, and scores of other surprises, A thrilling array of Saks Holiday line of fashions will be revealed. Chairman of the luncheon is Facilities For Well Being "In a relatively short space of time, this community has created many facilities for the pursuit of our collective happiness." This is the view of Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin, president of the Ceuars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary. "As citizens, together, we have participated in many of these efforts. The results have been homes lor the handicapped; school programs for the deaf and the blind; a home, and care for the aged; legislation for the underprivileged; pleas for racial and religious tolerance; facilities for the pursuit of our culture. ""And now. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. As an Auxiliary, we have been able to offer significant help. Our first promise to raise $100,000 has been met. Volunteers for a hospital in-service program are being selected, oriented and trained. Our Gift Shop is equipped and ready for business. Our membership is also growing." Mrs. Stanley C. (Martha) Myers, ably assisted by Mesdames Maurice Furman. Peritz Scheinberg, Herbert Gelernter, Hy Kaplan, William A. Weintraub. William Wagner, Norman Gladsden. Sidney Langer, David Stuzin, Sidney Lefcourt and Sidney Wcincr. A tribute to Mrs. Samuel T. (Carrie) Sapiro will be offered at the luncheon, honoring the Women's Division chairman of the hospital development lund tor her dedicated and successful service. The Auxiliary announced earlier this month that it was raising its pledge an additional $150,000 to a new total pledge of a quarter of a million dollars. The first SI 00.000 milestone has already been reached, with the help of all of the guests who will attend the Golden Gift of Guardianship luncheon. The Cedars w o m c i have reached record heightwith .in action-packed and since ssl :un have been on television I mes, in the newspaper.every week, on radio and in movies, carrying their campaign to In: I According to .Mrs Myers, 3 capacity turnout is antici] the guardianship luncheon 'The spirit of our women i'h inspiration, detent) •< d confidence." she .-.. The numoer oi ni Life Guardians has • ing almost daily, ;.i: "K \> I>; liary is encourages that it can and will .-.. < S250 for the hospital. CONGRATULATIONS... A & B PIPE and SUPPLY CO. SEE US FOR QUALITY I SERVICE j • Steel Ppe W lo 24" • Wrought Iron Pipe l V to 12" • Vblves — Fitting! • Weld.ng Fittings • PVC P.pe & Fitting! • Brass Pipe & Coppei Tub %  %  • Black & Galv. Tanks • Vech. and Pipe Toe's • R.n Bird Sprinklers t V/ilvr • Plug Co


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Fiiday. October 27, 1961 *Je*tdh noridfiam Page 9-C Questions About Cedars of Lebanon Probe Essential Goals of Hospital Q. What are some of the background tacts regarding Cedars of i ebanon? A. Cedars is a non-profit, nonsectarian hospital, costing S4.500.and situated on a six and a l II acre site in Miami's MetroLan Medical Center. 1300 NW L4th st. Q. How big is Cedars? A. When completed, the Sixry hospital will offer the community 282 beds. Administration i es, Operating Rooms and radiology Department are located on ihe ground floor and patient beds will occrpy upper floors. + Q. Will my stay at Cedars be expensive? A. Prices for hospital services at Cedars will be about the same and, in some cases, lower than Uher hospitals in Dade county. Q. Will Cedars accept charity patients? A. Yes. It should be kept in mind that a strong financial structure for the hospital will assure a maximum number of beds tor indigent patients. • • %  0. Is Cedars equipped with the most up-to-date facilities? A. Yes. Cedard has acquired the newest, most modern hospital equipment available. Each bed \\jjl have pillow speakers lor communication with nurses and piped-in oxygen devices, among other innovations. .? rk O. Where is the money going to come irom? A. Contributions from all persons in Dade county are being i licited. Tins is the primary mve of funds for constructing nr.d ifurnishing the hospital. '. Will the hospital provide for fcching and research? A. Yes, the hospital will have indent physicians and interns, .with the general practitionand ihe specialists will per6rm laboratory and clinical research to test and create new methods of healing. ) • Q. Is Cedars of Lebanon Hospital really needed? A. Dade county has nearly the number of hospital beds it needs. However. Dade's population increases by thousands each month and the community must ksep pace with the increasing need for hospital beds 0. What is the Abe Aronovita Memorial Pavilion? ( A. In memory of ex Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz. who was Cedars of Lebanon's development hind chairman at the time of his death, the fourth tloor at Cedars will be known as the Abe Aronovitz Memorial Pavilion and will be dedicated to study and treatment of heart diseases 0. May contributions be separately and especially designated to the Abe Aronovitz Memorial Pavilion? A. Yes. Pledges and contributions should be so indicated. There is a separate fund lor these Pavilion contributions. % O. A r e contributions to the Aronovitz Pavilion tax • deductible? A. Yes. All contributions to the Aronovitz Pavilion, and to Cedars of Lebanon Hospital development hind are deductible in accordance with Internal Revenue Service regulations k k k Q. What is a Life Guardian? A. A Life Guardian is a woman in whose name $300 has been contributed or pledged, payable over a three-year period. She is called a Life Guardian because she helps safeguard the financial security of Cedars of Lebanon. Her name is inscribed in the Book of Healing which will stand permanently in the lobby at Cedars Hospital. • Q. What is a Godmo'.ier? A. A Godmother is a woman in whose name SI .000 has been contributed or pledged, payable over a five-year period. She is called a Godmother because her gift is applied toward the cost of building and furnishing the maternity wing. Her name is inscribed on a facility in this wing. t t Q. Are other facilities available for endowment 1 A. Yes. There is a complete list of facilities that may be specifically endowed in someone's name with gifts ranging upward from $1,000. Combinations of contributions from a group may be applied together to endow a facility. Left to right are Mrs. Frank Cole, Mrs. Ben Novak, Mrs. Robert Werner and Mrs. Morris Blau, exchanging comments about the assorted qifts that will be available in the Lobby Gift Shop in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. The shop will be operated by the Women's Auxiliary of Cedars. Mrs. Blau to Operate Gift Shop on Business Basis Hospital's Administrator Offers His Rich Experience Bringing nearly a quarter of a century of hospital administration experience to his new position. Sanford K. Bronstein. administrator and executive director of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, promises "patient care" as the watchword at Cedars. Bronstein. a native Miamian, is president of the South Florida Hospital Council and a senior member of the American Assn. of Hospital Accountants. As a major in the United States Air Force, he was administrator of a 2,500-bed military hospital. He served as administrator and comptroller of Variety Children's Hospital for live years. At one point. Bronstein served as administrator of the Dade County Civil Defense Council and assistant administrator of Jackson Memorial Hospital at the same time. He is a member of the board of directors of .Ichn Elliot Blood Bank and Dade County Hospital Advisory Board. Bronstein has CONGRATULATIONS... FLORIDA JUICE Always ask for ORANGE BLOSSOM Brand 100% PURE ORANGE JUICE FRESH FRUIT SALAD TROPICAl FRUIT PUNCH SOLD EVERYWHERE 2700 N.W. 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida Phone FR 3-7447 Betty (Mrs. Morris) Blau may be small in stature physically, but when it comes to handling responsibility, her ability comes through in giant si/e proportions. She is known to all for the exemplory work which she has achieved as vice president of ways and means ince the Auxiliary's inception in 1958. It is therefore fitting that Betty will be chairman of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Women's Auxiliary Gift Shop. Betty (Mrs. Frank) Cole, cochairman of the project, who is no neophyte to leadership after SANfORD K. BRONSTtIN .. hospital administrator been honored by the American Bed Cross and the Unr.ed Stales Civil Defense Council. Tube System For Efficiency An arterial system of pneumatic tubes has been built in between the brick and cement walls of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital — a system which literally will give life to the new, modern medical facility The high speed tube system which will be in operation when Ihe $4,500,000 hospital is opened Oct. 29, consists of several miles of tubing within the walls and 15 -ending and receiving stations. These stations are spotted at key points throughout the hospital, such as surgery stations, emergency rooms, and pharmacy. Key benefit of the system is elimination of the time-consuming messenger service, enabling a jet-age transmission of medical and lab reports and other important documents, as well as medicines and supplies. Lamson Corporation, of Syracuse, N.Y., which has manufactured the system in more than 40 of the nation's newest medical centers, said that a tube can deliver material "when it is needed and where it is needed." chairing many successful Cedars events, will be, as Mrs. Blau puts it. "my right-hand man." Equally wonderful was the additional news that Janice (Mrs. Ben) Novack, known to all for her extremely unusual talent in decorating, will be there in the lineup using her ability toward the ta->k of making the (lift Shop an "e>estopper" in decor. Mrs. Blau is determined that although all volunteers will be unpaid workers, the complete atmosphere will be strictly "business." and everyone will be trained along this line. BEST WISHES FROM SUN CITY DAIRY FARMS, INC. BUTTER EGGS CHEESE 3601 N.W. 50th STREET CONGRATULATIONS... TROUP BROS., PAVING CONTRACTORS QUALITY WORK 251 South Dixie Highway Phone HI 5-2491



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Face 1C-C V'Jevtitf ft* rJdffort Friday, Ocicb?.* 27 1961 m "' '' %  "" %  % %  %  — • ">' CARVED IN *KH MAHOGANY Monument to Philanthropy The Tree of Life, which will stand permanently in the Mam Lobby of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, was inspired from a derivation ol the hospital's name. It is being created by internationally-renowned artist Michael Piuggi. whose renderings hang in the Vatican and other European glfferies Carved into a rich, solid mahogany panel, the Tree of Life will viand eight ft. high by four ft. wide, flanked by vencal moldhit; 1 "f alternating aluminum mahogany, all beneath a gently-curved, •rch of classical design. Contributors of S500 or more to Cedars will Save their names etched beneath the roots of the Tree of Life as a ftrmi.net monument to their philanthropy. Congratulations and Best Wishes FLAMINGO GLASS & MIRROR CO. GLASS and METAL WORK 347 West 21st Street, Hialeah Ph. TU 5-2351 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES from NAT and AL ZALKA CERTIFIED POULTRY and EGG CO.. Inc. "Over 35 Years in Miami" PURVEYORS OF QUALITY FOODS Serving Hotels, Institutions and Restaurants FR 9-0675 41 N.W. lOfh Street Cedars of Lebanon Opens Continuefrefll Pare t-C ical lac les of research and thinl summarized in ; and construction of-Ou te r s of Lebanon. We planned il 11 each second ol fme s anticipated that patients will be coming to the Center for treatment from all over Latin America, as well as from ill over the Stateof Florida The last-multiplyinc population of Dade county will re0: theresources availenter, and Cedar.: anon Hos] % %  important role ir. I And so. aO an t> anon Hospital opens Sui hou d be kept in mind | ispiu Is -till incomplete .. nw i s the community ance to give it ; happy end ng. li -. %  fficisda anticipate a sir nsc l0 the fail fund-raising campaign, and it is expected -.'-.. %  tion of the upp. r I realized at an earls .: Compliments of •Stuart SJOMOII /v. iAJiUUnms ^y^fptc IK cuben /Koch hi mi *^idncu Jim C fCOHrl CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES To the Board of Directors and Staff of the v*_--catir 0/ dswegMtMOM *^J%OSpital from MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein



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Friday. October 27, 1961 "fJewisii ftorkttam Page 11-C Patients and friends of Dr. Lawrence Adlei port to Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Similar paid honor to him at a surprise breakfast held financial support for Cedars of Lebanon was at the Dupont Plaza hotel last month. In Dr. pledged by friends of Dr. Stanley Margoshes, Adler's honor, the assemblage pledged supDr. Banning G. Lary and Dr. Victor Dembrow. Cedars Guardians and Godmothers Honored for Assisting Hospital Cedars Ol Lebanon this week saluti Godmothers and Guardions i ispital. Godmothers are: Mesdames Edward W. Broidy, Joseph Chazen, George Cheren, Theodore (homers. William E. Dawson, Sadie Pagen, John Peller, Maurice Furman, Herbert Gelernter, Lee Gelvan, Ethel Schonfeld Gerson, Morris Hock. Mesdames Boyd Kay. Maurice Koven, s. Iney w. Langer, Ben J. Leichner, David \v. Levy, Sam Luby, Julius Margolis, Harry Markowitz. Robert L. Markowitz, Harry L. .May. Stanley C. Myers. Mesdames Andrew J. Novak. Ben Novak, ins n. Rich, Nessle Rich, Morns Rubin, Samuel Sapiro. Albert P. Shore. Samuel Spector, Nat Waldman, William Wagner, Philip Warshaw, Harry Wohl Lite Guardians are: Mesdames Milton Adler, Lawrence Adler, Abe Aronovitz, Sidney Aronovitz, Harry August, Congratulations "We Wheel a Meal That's Really a Deal" :i SISTERS 1 "Meais on Wheel* 9 9 p 1060 N.W. 27th AVENUE Miami, Florida CONGRATULATIONS... Lotspeich Flooring Co. RETAIL INDUSTRIAL AUTHORIZED CONTRACTORS TILE-TEX ASPHALT TILE 275 N.E. 59th STREET PL 4-1658 A. L. MARCUS CO. DESIGNED and EQUIPPED KITCHEN and CAFETERIA Food Service Equipment FOR THE NEW C-Ct/i' of L the French Horn in the C I., i Symphony Orchesti a But i! dosen'l take long bel Haro] Dunskj picks up again in the ; \e\ er-endin i • • philanthropy. Thai i lisii lem n< eds solution, lb realr, apWe Are Proud of Our Part In the Construction cf \*m*eaar c-f Jmrcoanon


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Page 12-C *Jeni§t FhricMan Friday, October 27 1961 Miami Woman's Ciub wcs the setting for c recent recital presented by the student! of Rose M. Robin. 2250 SW 28th at, teacher of piano, accordion and organ. Top row left to • are Mrs. Manuel Lube!. Mrs. I. Weprin. Janel Lipschutz. Sybil Sernaker, Evelyn Oiler.bach, Joyce Gold, William Lichter, Henry Drevich. Nathan Lichter, Norman Roser, Stephen Dresnick, Johnny Seicman, Roy Bram. Aliz Roser. Bottom row aie Mrs. Robin, Jimmy Bali. Melody Weprin. Janet Bram, Vicki Orback Rita Grcssberg, Deborah Lubel, Jan Herold Cheryl Freedmcn. Shirley Drevich. Barbara Ginsburg, Ilene Offenbach, Harriet Offenbach. Janice Rolls. Susan Pappas. and Jay Chaban. Members of the committee for the Cedars of Lebanon dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Spector get together for some final details. Widespread interest has been shown in the affair at which the guest speaker will be Sen. A. S. Mike Monroney, of Oklahoma. Attending the committee session are Gregory Zvi Rosencrantz, Harold Dunsky, Sidney Lefcourt. Stanley C. Myers, Harry Cypen, Gus Shaw, Mrs. Minnie Barkan, Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobson, Sidney Aronovitz, Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz, Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Cantor William Lipson, and Dr. Nathan Glover. LEGAL NOTICE I For 13 new, local subscriptions to The Jewish Floridian, William Danches receives a Polaroid Camera Kit as a gift from Mrs. Christine Carrigan, circulation manager of The Jewish Floridian. The 14-year-old North Miami Junior High student is in the ninth grade, principally interested in coin collecting. William got the new subscriptions by "button-holing friends of the family." adding that "it was easy." The son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Danches, of 12855 No. Bayshore dr., Keystone Point, he hopes someday to study medicine. Right now, however, his main problem will be to keep his brother, Bradley, 8, and sister, Michele, 12, from doing photography with the Polaroid when he wants to use it. Goldberg Will Receive Award IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 11153 Till; liRKENft'K'H SAVIN' ;. !'. \NI> ci .i ; % % % %  St lull exist h< luw P of tin Stale ol S< I I'lttlntlff, \ II VRI 'I.I i II I'ASTl IR, • I'. ;ends nl c NOTICE OF SUIT T< >: HAR 'I.I' H I'A.-Tlit nti'l ANN P PASTOR, liln v %  : %  .".('I" I Vlnl.l %  I-'.\ %  I:.111 Imoi • I'.. Ma i land TOl." ARE HICRKHY NOTIFIED thai .i null ha* '' % %  • n brought Against you bj THE GREENWICH SAVINGS BANK, in lb' :il".vi--. ntitl.• %  Court, to rnrecJose mortgage encumbering the following 'I--' i IIM-II propi it. tu-ttil: I...i 5, in Block -"i, SECONH AUDITION TO SIERRA, according t., the plal thereof, recorded In I Ma I Booh ".7. .i'. |.II-' 7. "f the publli record* nf i lade 'ountj. I-lorlda Together with: len< i %  i Electric Refi Igei ator, Model I.H-l"; Herlal TM-C2S7KI Venetian Bllnda; and you are required to file youi tnawei with the Clerk "f the Circuit Pouri ..f hullCounty, Florida, ;>i the Courthouse in Ml:, mi. Florida, "n or I befon November SI, 1MI, ami to i>erve %  cop) of such aanwer upon DAVID I'. CATSMAN, Plaintiffs attorney, whose addreaa In 14th floor at 101 Kasl Flagler Street, Miami :::. Plot i i>ia, on or before ,ai required bj th.Laws of Florida. If you fall i" do so, the complaint will be taken HS confessed by you and decree Pro Confeaao "ill be entered i iisi you for tb* r**iif demanded HI the complaint. HATED tiiiH iMh day of October, ; 1!",!. K R LEATHERMAN ( ] %  rk "f the Circuit < 'ourl l lade 'ounty, Florida (seat) <•. I, AI.I:\A.\I>I:K. I H-nuty i 'lerk DAVID P CATSMAN nil, Floor -ii ini R Flaglar St \l lam! 12, I loiida l" 20-IT, i By Special Report NEW YORK Secretary of La bur Arthur .1. Goldberg will be thr tenth distinguished American to receive the Histadrul rlumanitar i.ni Award, which will be pn ( i to hnn at the closing dinner tri the 38th annual convention of thr National Committee lor Labor is rael on Sunday evening, Nov. 26. at the Waldorf Astoria hotel here. Secretary Goldberg, who will be i ted for his "outstanding service t" the people of Israel," has been Closely associated with Histadrul activities in this country for many yars. and at the time of his appointment to the Cabinet by President Kennedy was serving as chairman of the American Histadrul Development Foundation. Previous recipients of the highpsl Histadrul honor were the late Vice President AJben v\ Barkley, Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, former Presidenl Harry S. Truman, Eleanor Roo evelt, Av roll Harriman. and four top labor leader'George Meany, Wal ter P Reuther, David Dubinsky and Jacob S Potofsk] NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW Nl iTICK IH HEREBY GIVEN that the undemlgned, desiring to engage In %  i ii" und< i the flctll lous m V\ lll'l'i: SHARK INN HI S240 Wesl i s•.-:. 1:1: A GARS m foi \ : %  ;•! • ,1 nl u ; 1 Hi l" •;-I::-L'


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Friday. October 27. 1961 *JEM#44 fkridfmti Page 13-C Et'SION CARff w Staffer is Center • %  -. i Mai .11 of i ji \ h Comi % %  -. it was announced i Efn im H. Gale, executive dir I;.been assigned to the ni Beach Y.M11A branch, 1336 rd., as youth activities siiperi He will be responsible lor I > (k'vilopment and supervision c! programs lor children of elei tary and junior high school ; i and will also serve as staff visor to the golden age friendship club. Recipient of a social work cducal in scholarship sponsored by Jewish Floridian and their familial art not eligible to participate. THIS OFFER may be withdrawn at any time after Dec. 31, 1961. FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION I OFFICIAL SUBSCRIPTION BLANKS, CONTACT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE AT 120 N.E. 6th STREET PHONE FR 3-4605 or Write P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Florida



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Fage 14+. Unist fhrkHar Friday. Octoi?; 27 1961 Apparel Club Elects Adelson Elkln M Adelson. m Bojch. was. 'electi the Men's and B of Florida at the annual meetil hotel. Adelson replaci Kin';. -• 5722 ". Temple Beth Sholom were jght forward a: ~ ccr.secraticn cererr.c the Simchas Torah service z: the Temple recently, with Rabbi Leon aisfa officiaticq Cited were Joyce Aiper: David Berkman Jack Brodsky Marc Brumer. Dler. Coopei Andrew Drucker E. an Glenn Kleiman, lurry Kline Ro ta Levine Jc EUen Levinson L.sz Mass. Dcn:e; H. Meitus, Renee Miller. Steven Miller, Bonnie Pearl, Scott Scmerstein, Carol Towbin. Marcia Sue Zaiac, Philip Zenderlcnd. Judy Brodsky, Barbara Fiir.k Deborah Gordon, Kevin Kline, Jeffrey Gordon, Henri Bellman. Susan Paula Seltzer, Mike Stoller, Gary Haber, Bill Levy, Douglas Lenchner, Roncld Berman, Linda Joy Hoffman Frank Dcvid Seltzer, Suscn Ossakow, Ronald Rcser.bera and Mark Wolfson. ?/* Kosher Cromv/ell Geftei tu kos er 'romwell n the occanfror.t at 2(Kh st.. Miami Beach. is conv. Ij n nd refurnishi 'the comii seasoi |expe< )n to be "one of the most exciting in ; • re. The hotel .:• conditioned ar.d heated, boasts a pool, cabana an a wide .who was elected chain rd. The Men's and ; Club cf Florida is current its 12th annual sportswear and cruisi week at the Eden Ri Others elect d t ];. Glist. executivi Bill Stock. Sam Scurraj Aronson. vice presi Arnold, seen tarj E. rer. Members elected directors ol (hi 21 zanization are Jai k Bloom. Eddie < x Edward Israel, E ..aid L vine, I.. %  -. ney I.< wis, Irving Pont ej"s, Phil Rosen. 1: Mey< r Shermafl ... Lou Suchman was • 1 board as representati president's council ex( cutive direi Wilde Seeks To Succeed Self Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. launched its membership drive at a breakfast at the Park Lane restaurant, Coral Way, last Sunday. Front row Qeft to right; are Harold Brenner, national membership field director; Milton Hahn, membership chairman, Sholem Lodge; A. David Rayvis, president-elect. Sholem; Eli Hurwrfz, president; Paul Seiderman. Florida State chairman, Anti-Defamation League, guest speaker; Judge Milton Friedman, president. District Grand Lodge 5, guest speaker. Rear (left to right) are Martin Budnick, Sholem treasurer; Bernard Newmark, trustee; Morton Palmer, corresponding secretary; Marvin Pearlman. vice president; and Ed Klein, past president. "Continued sh • • -n Dade county's -• c< stretch cf privati beach. The ho; tne theme s< tel is situated a few short blocks councilman Vi< W from Lince.ln Mall. for ret lection to the The Cromwell is an independent cil. operation under ihe personal sui "1 feel 'bat Hialeah has ei pervision of the ;e:;ers Wellsteady growth durii 1st few known in the kosher hotel field, years, and I would llki to continue Getter has specialized in this type aiding in that grov I serving of year-round resort here since aa councilman again,' 1 Wilde an1945. He is the former operator nounced. of the Astor. Marseilles, and other WUde. a real estati esman. has hotels in Miami Beach resided in Hialeah for u years and in Dade count> S3 He is married and has oni daughter, Linda Carolyn. 19. %  mployed bv Eastern Air L: Pharmacists Take Part in Confab Beach Pharmacists, welthe delegates '.0 Miami A diversifii im on various Miami %  nted coi at 'hi ol Rho Pi Beach. pharmacy fraternity, held in For the Sou londa Pharinction with the 63rd annual n ...., 1 \.-speakers convention of tl nal \n William M nmiiMiami t, e; Smith:.: • teran ch, during Pharmacj Week. Pharmacists Gu n i Max Ben Greenb. 1 comwho v man of 1 n acj IVi k commif.ee and Florida regional director ot Pi Phi. Greetings were ex1 d by Ronald Kurlander. chan;• of the Alumni chapter ol .South Florida, and Mrs K\a Wolosin, pre idem ot the Ladies AuxiliWalter Waxman, head ol Ihe %  e. In the field of pharmaceutical education, the program included Dr. Perry A. Foote, vice president, American Assn. of Colleges of Pharmacy, dean of the college cf pharmacy at the University of Florida; Charles Haupt, associate director. Bureau of Professional Relations for Florida; and Irwin Kaufman, former president of Rho Pi Phi scholarship foundation. For drug distribution, speakers includi d ian, ma: 1 1 '•l profi • al and tr itions of E. R Squibb Co acks, vice Retail Druggisl %  Assi ai \ I Saleme. president. Massachusetts State Phamaceutical Assn. On Pharmace u;:ca! jurisprudence, the chairman introduced Moe Sh< nker, chairman of the Pharmacy Commission for Connecticut, and Bernard B. Brody. legal coun%  [or Rho Pi Phi. ignei tor irate rnal br hood exemphfied by Rho Pi Phi former supreme councillor. Irwin Kaulman. oi the: int< .-national Rho Pi Phi Nov.-; and Bernard :v. member of the Supreme Council. Place of honor was accorded to Tom Sharpe. ot Tennessee, presiWherever required, diets of guests are prepared according to physicians' prescription Dietary and Sabbath laws are strictly observed under the supervision of the Orthodox Vaad Hakashruth of Florida, with religious services held daily on the premises in the Cromwell's private air-conditioned and heated synagogue. Included in the winter rates an 'itront or ocean-view rooms; IWO :i!pring, 1962 season. Temple Beth Am > hold a Dude Ranch part; 18. The function v ill inclu haynde. square 1 ba !" riding, .'-nd midni charge of resen a ns is Louis (iitlin. In Mrs. Mrs. Nctlcin Dedicates Site Mrs. Leah Notkin. a leader in "living project" of a Mile of Trees in Gevulat in the Negev. Joining a company of 160 other Zionist leaders from the United States, Mrs. Notkin made a survey of what Jewish National Fund has accomplished toward the development and upbuilding of Israel during the past 60 years. Fahn comes to the agency from Fort Worth. Tex Jewish Federation where he was director for the past 11 years. The Jewish Children's Service was formerly the Hebrew Orphans' Home. Established in 1876, it is; a regional agency covering Florida. | Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Washing-; "What I saw." said Mrs. Notkin. | ton. DC, and it is a long time 1 JMtt. if AH NOTKIN "was truly a miracle. I saw with my own eyes how Jewish National Fund has transformed vast desert areas and marshlands into livable, cultivatable land. Through this Mile of Trees, I have linked myself eternally with Israel." member cf the Child Welfare League of America. Mrs. Leo Ackerman. former i president of Jewish Family and i Children's Service of Miami, is a I vice president of the Atlanta agency.



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Friday, October 27, 1961 *Jeivldh Morkfiain Page 15-C OL; t it a r i c 9 MRS. MOLLIE ALTSCHULL % % %  • of I22-". MM--, ill. ill' died Oct. IS. She i ,i it" h' I h i > iiL'". :;.l ii her il H da ih, ts'niii ll'rith, an I T. Ill le II .in ..in Hui \ iv in:; m her husha nd, w i\ i no .-..iiKen i • %  w ei %  'umlei i' • illrecl i %  .11 of 11i v ,• %  -i.i.Mi mortal I' i 1. Soi imin i\ i t. %  n-• int. Sun ; ':..-• I'.-N. I o h i ii nd -. A under il.. I I I :i.. ... 1: • HYMAN DENMARK" 71. of 2402 Alt. MI i.l died I KM |i: II. %  .I ni. i;.:.i". %  earn .i-" irow i deuce, !; I :i nil H BS i pel ir.-il shn|i owner 11 •• .\ %  | i ., IM n.l Society, %  M -' %  Honn I "i" the Aged, and Ti mpli i:--t!i Israel H iv .in' ire in wife, Ida, hroc ilaughtel -. Ml \' Ml Cohi i. Mr.-. M I l.fin. '! Mr* SI .ii. j It led lit ml; se .-II gi i ndi hildi en an on< i grandchild DONALO FR.EOVAN .' • • ...••..• Mi IUU11 %  %  •. .... -I • \y..\ inMr*. I luiai ,,. %  s %  \ %  • i • .i.. %  Kii%  Minnie ind two miu Services we e Belli J7 in Riverside Memorial Chapel, N I -i %  MRS. LILLIAN MACON 80, of S I SH el died Si it. 23. HI from mil ,.survived by •v -. • \ fl %  ... in lllvi i '.%  %  < Welcome to Miami was the by-word recently on the occasion of his first visit here by Zeev Z. Dover, Israel's new Consul for the Southeastern United States. Dover (left) is shown in front of Miami's Torch of Friendship with A. J. Harris (center), president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and Lew Price, city publicity director representing Mayor .Robert King High. After ceremonies at the Torch, Dover was taken on a helicopter tour of Dade county. New Israel Consul Sees His Post as Important Diplomat Service Here FRED AOLER 81, ••! ; %  SW B7th In li."1 I 'it 7 II.came here trvni NVw York Pit} i". yea re ago and was .. retired hotel operator Rurvlving are hi* write, | Marguerite: two platers, Including Mr.-. Ethel Clreenwald, and % %  < brother. Service* were Oct. IO In Gordon l-'uneral Home. MRS. RECINA BREITBART 88, of 14)111 Bay rd., Miami Beach, died Orr. ii. pihe came here -."• years i :•• from Chicago and wai a member of Hadassah Surviving are two -mi-. I*. Robert ami Bernard B,| seven grandchildren and one broth,.r. Service* were Oct. s in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isle. MRS. ANNETTE FROMER "-. of LS4I I'-lli t-r.. Mi.inn Reach, died Oct. 7. She came her -•> years ago frun New Haven. Conn. Surviving are h> r husband, [rwin; five ulsters, Mrs Oeritldlne Rosenfeld, Mrs. Claire Brown, Mrs Marion Deutsch Mrs. Belle Schoenhorn ami Mrs, Alice Arrlck: ard % %  brother Service* were :n New Haven with Riverside Memorial Chapel in charge of local arrange! • > i Israel's new Consul for the Si utheast region of the United States is excited about his first assignment i i this country. Zeet Dim r, imi recently, dicussed the workings of his Atlanta, da., office. He was being squired about l>y officials of the Greater Miami Jewis Federation. "We di quite a bit of what one would or classify as 'routine' wort to us it is just as important as any other diplomatic operation." By rouHnt work, Dover means "anything relating to matters between KM United States and Israel, MCtpt contact with the U.S. Star; Department." In this context, 3jer's office in Atlanta handles such items as giving visas to Israeli citizens, authenticating documents, providing service* !!*. extension of army leave, pr^larging passports, and transpor*li?.3 funds to Israel. But the Israel Consul's office also rende • -.vice to Americans with interto Israel. It assists Americans wh< have properly i" Israel; .. t s as a central sour< informatii i providing accurate reports to the Israel [hformal Service in N. York: disseminates informatio i in the form of visual aids, pub cal s, and sp< akers to i mizations II. ,in official rates ol excha ige id many others Dover's last post was in the Mini-try of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem's African Affairs Division. Before that, he was First Secretary and Consul In Australia and New Zealand. "No, it wouldn't be fair to compare the American Jewish community with Jews there — or elsewhere," the handsome young diplomat said. "I haven't been here long enough — and besides, this is hardly a constructive approach. Every" society has something positive to offer. Let me say about American Jews that they are extremely generous and quick to understand Israel's problems." About Dover's own problems at a member of Israel's foreign service: "My wife, Alisa, and I have three children — Simons, 15, Edna, 9, and Yoram, a boy, 3. Changing of posts means an equivalent changing of schools for them, mni this can be hard on any family." As for Aiisia. she is invaluable to Dover in the execution of his Consular duties. "We have many social obligations." he explained, ."which are as important a part of the job as any other.' and Aiisia has beer, a central figure in the fulfillment of the::: Dover is multi-lingual. He speaks Hebrew, of course, and English as i fluently. He admits t-> knov ing ("some" French and German; but this is probably a diplomatically •nodes' ploy to a. essing his continuing competence in a variety of fields. Does the Consulate engage in any political activity' "We offer newspaper reports and editorial j opinion to mass communications media when some major political ; statement is made in Israel 'What I does it mean?' 'Why was it said?' These and other issues are tackled. "We also feed information on such current items of interest as che recent world Bible contest in Israel, the international music festival, there, the Maccabiah, and others." Dover succeeds such luminaries to the Atlanta office as Moshe Leshem, now in Israel's foreign service in the Cor.go, and Nahum Astar, who holds down a key spot in the American section of Israel's Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem. "An average I is two to four years." Dovi InI last week Jewish community at a r of local Dade and Broward county functions, hi looks forI to sjnie fruitful, tunes here. After thai Another school for the children. IV'RS. ESTHER FERN 71. ••:• R7I NE 72n I sh,-1• hi %  • • • fron New : i. 11 %  ind v. i membi Haila.-s.il ill II III oml T< Mi %  !'• %  -; %  ..'.... %  • : i • llgh'el !•• %  ;:i Ni %  i %  III H rside kl in eh i %  %  ol Ii i r HARRY BERMAN I !•• • | • ., i ._ • %  \. v ,. • ; >A .',..• i • i im-mbti -"I. I .. -i" .I!', II H two i • i %  i i %  %  %  .. including v : %  '. Ileller i •!' -ii r. a %  n inik'h Ii en s. r\ i let. I.', in Be>er Funeral I SHARON LYNN LEWIS io. of 2030 Coral Oate >ir died Oct. 13 Mil *... born here and attended Merrlck Demonntratlon Uementar}* HChoi>l Hurvivlnii are her purenu>. Mr and Mr... Milton I.f.'i-. -i-l-r. Roberta; inn brothers, Roen and Andrew; m:itHrn:il grand mother, MrAnn Curry; and her paternal nrundfather. Services were Oct. i" In Riverside Memorial Chapel, Douglas rd. CAPT. OAVID E STRAUSS %  '.. of SOS \:: Slat %  died fin. 18. He can • %  hen 21 years ago from R'lt i in re, Mil ind wan cuptaii 0 th< boat, "No i'i-h No Pay." Service* • '•%  i. In Riverside Mumorial i !hu • :. Normandy Isle. MRS. SARAH L. COHEN 70. <•• (4 I Sth -t died <> % %  13 She i i.i-i • here "J >•< ir ago from Peabady, Mass i I w.i, • • ib Ha ml Jewish Home %  r the A-. I.l-:" ...%  :• „ ( v | i I %  ...i. i. iii Vi .--'..' ."-: .1hei Roberl i ti ml tw en ,i Ch.i SAMUEL SINGER I-, %  .'. .. %  • %  %  > I: %  e six yen i ivifi • i ii -. %  i...... : i. mil Mai vi Si I ...... MRS. HANNAH LEWIS v thui Oodi %  %  %  r I., dlefll • ir LI She came here 20 yearg .mu from New Vork, and utrviveil by .1 nlei I'r.lni" N r. -i ii.h |W, >\ I ney Naur: and i brother Bervtcea were In New York Clt> with Riverside Memorial Chapel, Normand) Islej in charge locall MORRIS WEISS of 1 1 00 SW 19th -t died sp; 22. He came here 20 years ago from Chicago :, i"l w:> a retired tnilor. Survl\ •-are hie wife, Marie; two eona, Jerome ft., and Myron M : daughter, MrEftanlej Slutnlcer: and eiuht grand Lldren. Services were Sept. 24 in : r I."-. P ineral Hime MRS DORIS BUILOER i i II • l(ii I New Yoi II • tern Star. H'i nd ; 1 I : i : lei Ml A n brother, -'\ j %  • ; %  • -••! \ I %  • • %  %  Ni W V • with Reyer Funeral H in harge of rangemi i %  i ml. %  %  une JOSEPsLISS %  %  lied S.' • %  %  : I' • %  .• j %  %  \ i| • MRS. ANNA MALKIN i-,::. of |?8. >:. %  > .|r Miami Be n h, died Sept '-' : '. -' ime he •• 20 years mo from Boston and ,:, membei of pte • o( l lastern Star, H % %  iph i • ilr • .' %  'i' Miami i nd Haii.i i • .ghter, sinia. Bin %  threi grandchlldr •. Servit'l i : • '!-. %  : %  %  HENRY VO^GANSTERN .-. %  VI •' %  h, H %  I %  %  \ • 1 s • '. • %  JACK E. PUSLICKER %  ; V Uar.lin ... \ i lied Oci He i ime li re IH \ •• %  • %  and was % %  < r. i I i 111 Surv i vIn i %  • i %  A I i:.\ i i kiignter, Mi Sandra Blkin two sons ni. I six grandchildren v Ices .. i • %  • : i i Rivers de M in. rial i ii.,, el, Normand) It • HARRY E RAINES 83, of 113 97th St., Miami Beai h, dli rl IIH ..iihere from I'tl i. N.T and was • u snle ii salesma Su %  • l\ ng %  • %  biu !'• %  '.' % %  %  %  %  i son. iwu brotl i including s' n Iste and four nr. ini. i %  Idr %  vices •' r (K-l In Riverald Mel N tllil li.lv ISAAC H ROB'N O' 710 Mil hi! Mil I ... ( veal ... I i>m N %  .' York >' %  iml was k rei • Surviving ai mi two l ..... 1 V\ SAMUEL MARCO-IES Mian Bead died %  %  ;. .' I-.%  .in•• re l ^ '• ,-.,., %  '.' % % %  Sally; *l i %  • % %  i 'on %  nd om %  v. • re -'• %  %  I %  111 \ %  : .ill I'. Isle, ELLIOT ft FRIEDMAN %  i \ Y M r in I Mrs Se->t. 21 \\ %  irt SIDNEY J. SOMBERG r 6301 NI • I 11, came hei ji en PS ago IIronkl .i N.Y., and was genei are I I ;. %  tWU *nns \ :•' i ind two • illng Mrs C, union I i i >n MIS8 3E-VTRICE 3R0DY .. .1 Shi New > %  • Broil Sen %  JOEL B SAMVET M. of 1740 I M | died Seal 24 ,: N v I \ i f .: •• \ BERT GREEN %  ... ,i N. Y Surviving hie wi I i noi '. I .%  • %  i %  -•'.•. %  -•• Sew! 21 II Normandy I ile. MURRAY PEARCE 7.".. 'if 2021 i: .. M nl lied .-• %  ;.• • Mm New I and of I %  i I'rlth. M %  • %  '%  %  id ng a ind i liii s„ HENRY HEISLER 72. ol I II I. Hi I'anii here m Ni Yin k Clt) and was ........ .-. ing i• • t-rsiilt Menu rial i h.ii'oi. \\..si Dr. Goldmann To be Speaker By Special Report NEW YORK—Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organization will address the 36th annual national convention of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America in Boston, Mass., on Tuesday evening. Oct. 31. Dr. Goldmann joins a roster of guest speakers already announced, which includes Ogden R. Reid, former U.S. Ambassador to Israel, and U.S. Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, of New York. Dr. Goldmann's message will be heard at the concluding evening session of the convention in the Hotel Somerset. Boston, to be attended by delegates representing some 50,000 members of the Mizrachi Women's organization. HAROLD SAKS 12, of $31 SW Mtl died l • I He ca me here M years ago Paterson, N.J., and was a irnck driver for the %  i %  % ol Miami Beach He was .• World War II veteran Surviving 1 are hiuii.-. Bsther; a daughter, Beverly; four sona, Harold, Stephen, David and Charles; a brother, John, and three slaters. Bervlcei were Oet. 6 in Kiver-i'iMemorial Chapel, Douglas rd. LAWRENCE C. KLINE 44. of 3.'00 Hamingo dr., Miami Beach. died Oct. 2. He was president of Vogue Laundry und Cleaners, and Dixie Uniform and l.inen isnipply of Florida; Kline's Coat. Apron and Towel Service. Peerless I'nlon l.inen Service, Inc., and William l'enr. Laundry. Inc., of Philadelphia. He wan chalrmun of the Linen Supply Assn. of America research committee. and belonged to Young Presidents' Organization, Philadelphia Chapter, and board of the Second National Bank of Philadelphia and of St Christopher's Hospital for Children. Surviving are his wife, MrMonna Trout) Kline: two -on-. Smart and .lack: and two daughters, Margeo and .Ian Services were In Philadelphia with Riverside Memorial Chapel in charge %  ally. 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Page 16-C vjmisli nnrktiar Frida YOdober 27, w First Breathless Look at Five Ancient Papyri By PROF. YIGAEL YADIN Directly after our return from the desert, I had my first look at the five papyri at the Biberkrauts. Although I had been told they were written in a fine hand. I was stunned at the beautiful script I saw. which was superior to anything previously found in secular documents from this period. It was the work of a professional scribe and resembled the script of the Biblical fragments from Wadi Muraba'at and the Cave of Letters The lines wore perfectly even though no ruler h : been used, as was the pract Biblical scroll • u ritten on a 27x10 i m : i 2: lii af the text ; %  first were intact ex< lacunae when folded. The first line I tlU 28th of Uarheshvan year thr Shimon ben Kosibah Pr: rael ..." — a dated document :. Jast: (none of last year'.letters were dated) ". in Em G< Here was irrefutable proof that the place named after thv Bar Kochba dating designated the place where the contract had beer. ;i{ •' and not Bar Kochba's headq iart< have mentioned tl %  • Mili assumed on the basis ol a W Muraba'at deed which began ( D T by G VIJ %  %  v. I ... : "'-: in Scroll* v l I I Gen. Ytfdl U'l nut Mum •: \\>-., s American Fr mdi • tl 1 hV u Umvernv the 20th of Shevat in the year two of the redempticn ot Israel by Shimon ben Kosibah Prince of Israel in the camp which dwells in Herodion. Yehudad ben Rabba said to Hillel ben Gari.I leased from you .'—that Bar Kochba s headquarters were in Herodion near Teqoa. Even before our new documents, hewever. it seemed to me certain — as I published in a short article—that the line "in the camp which dwells in Herodion" indicated the place where •"Yehudah ben Rabba said to Hillel ben Garis ." and not Bar Kochba's headquarters. Our new document-, as we shall see below, clarify this Wadi Muraba'at document even further. Our document is a contract in which land which had been leased to four men in common is now divided by them into two parts. The lessor is "Yohanatan ben Manahaim. administrator of Shimon ben Kosibah Prince of Israel, in Ein Gedi." State lands, therefore. were leased to residents of the country through heads of the various administrative centers — in this case. Ein Gedi. We can as sume that Hillel ben Garis in the Wadi Muraba'at document, who acted on behalf of Bar Kochba in leasing lands, was one of Bar Kochba's administrators in Herodion. The deed stipulates the amount i each pair shall pay to the state treasury for their part of the land leased. Payment was made in dinars, the Roman currency, which is also called "zuz" in our documents and in the Mishna. The value of the dinar in Jewish cur rency is given as one sel'a to four dinars. The sel'a here is undoubtedly the famous silver "tetradrachme" struck by Bar Kochba: one sel'a four di four dinars. Tinformulation appearals The signal "tie? and t ..... jo] • ; 5, it ,.1 -: year's ters ss d, as a prey ii if the parties to th I""•llasabala served :is military and civil head of the Bin G li sector her with Y e h 0 r. a t a n ben Be'ayan The contract is a type called "an unfolded" deed in the Mishna. as opposed to a "tied-up" deed. The Mishna states that ir. an unfokie 1 the witnesses sign their names at the bottom of the text while in the "tied-up" one thej .^n the back. In accordance with Mishnaic law. .tares are pla lirectl; after the last line of Kt to prevent for—.'tieor additions by a second hand The "t l-up" type jf deeds will be more fully dis. %  with the large packet of papyr Of par st here Is the lessee El'azar ben Hittah. a big property owner in E wfc 1 appeared in a letter from la.-: year which now takes on new significance. There Bar Kochba orders El'azar ben Hittah to be sent to him immediately and his and property confiscated. Only further study can show whether a connection exists between tin man's arrest and the content.of the present deed. Two of the lessors are residents of Ein Gedi. while the ether two come from "Ha-Luhit :n the district of 'Aglatain, now living in Ein Gedi." Known from other sources, including Nabatean documents, now in Jordan, published in 1954. which we are now certain originated in the Cave of Letters Aglatain has been variously identified. This document and the other sources indicate clearly that it ,-hould be placed on the eastern and southeastern coast of the Dead Sea. opposite Ein Gedi. in Moab. GEN. YIGAEL YADIf4 document a contract the cor.centraticn of lands in the hands of a few ownerThese four persons, therefore, first leased lands jointly, then divided the lands among themselves in two groups and finally — in the present document — one of the joint owners leases his section to his partner All stages cf the transac tion were drawn up with the approval of the district administration, and while technically legal they appear to have been an attempt to circumvent the law. The lease is valid for one season, taring A-hich • --. e may plant and gather the produce from the as for which he pa} "twelve hich are three scl'aim." In the thir 1 unent, written m Ein Gedi on tl same day a? the • El azar and Eli lease the balance of their joint property to a third party. from Em Gedi. The property and payment are full) detailed, and the terms of the lease stated. damaged and not complete, and I am still engaged in deciphering it. • • On our return from the desert. I brought Prof. Biberkraut the large packet of papyri which we found in the waterskin under the basket. Opening the packet did not prove difficult: the cords parted easily, revealing an impressive sight. Many papyri fell out — some tied together in groups and other, large papyri, folded separately. Many were badly eaten by moths and wcrms. We decided to open the papyri in the order of their stale of preservation. It was immediately evident thai the) differed from the documentdescribed above; they predated the revoll and were written parti) Gn k part!) in Aramaic, or in .1 comb 1 if the two. as tt Prof. II !' head ol lb • Lii is tics Department at the Hebrew University, deciphered the Greek documents The total number of the documents in this packet was 36. They The second Hebrew document, written by the same scribe on a long narrow papyrus. 23x5.5 cm.. contains 31 lines of text and four of signatures. Surprisingly enough, it was written "on the 2nd of Kislev" of the same year and onlv three days after the first deed, and also in Ein Gedi. The contents provided a further surprise: El'azar ben Hittah leases to his partner. Eli'ezer ben Shmuel. a part of the land they had two days earlier leased together. Because of the proximity of the dates, it can was some time before thev be reconstructed into an d pattern. Then the v^* JftJ ata Bat (daughter of, ^ ? b er of the archive. emenffaTJ the disorder and e foUowed Ufa from Us early histoTSi time of the revolt. ,a 'c documentl lettenl safely be assumed that this tranfor property in Ein Gedi — is idensaction was settled before the first contract was drawn up. The most likely reason for this procedure is that Bar Kochba tried to prevent Yafis Hold Moonlight Cruise Young Adult Friends of Israel (Yafis) held a moonlight boat ride aboard the Seven SeaDream beat on Bunds There was a-, orchestra on the boat for dancing In charge of reservation wei social chairs and Rochelle Schrold. secretary. Follow:; ruise, there was a pizza party at a leading Miami restaurant. Assisting in arrangements were Den Kaplan. Marilyn Schwimmer. Bebe Zilber, Stanley Karp. Bob Rappaport. Ira Joseph. Ed Landey, Eva Goldman, and Lois Cohen Yafis were to hold a meeting on Oct. 26. S:30 p.m.. at S Town 92S.3 Harding ave. Election J: officers was to be held. Invited are young adults between 21 and 13 years of age. tified as one of the Ein Gedi adj mimsirators. The fact that the documents from Bar Kochba's first year are written in Aramaic while those %  from his second and third years, are in Hebrew indicates perhaps*] that he made the use of Hebrew obligatory upon h;deputies in official documents as soon as higoverr.mer.t became firmlv estab-1 lished. Found inserted ir. the reed 1 which a noted Jerusalem neurosursuccessfuliy extracted was a deed of sale, in Aramaic, for halt vegetable garden in Ein Gedi. which Eli'ezer ben Shmuel a in again The earliest Aram; is written in large curs on a large papyrus '42x16 cm more than 70 lir.e> and dates to HJ 24th of Tamuz. 120 C K-12 v 1 before the outbreak of the r'elolJ This" papyrus hasome feaj which characterize many 0 f ethers and whuh should be ,„ here. The papyrus en roll 'wrapped in cloth, and tied on outside. It o| eight cm. from • md ^ we saw that th ., art been 1 1 seven pai Uel rov 1 C ra apart! On the bat 1 j runnin lained 1 the contei The documi est and most I : %  com pi. v examp constitute a full archive and shed ; of the double d | which light on many pha;-es of life in J11dea and the Dead Sea area.on the eve of Bar Kochba's revolt — including some very piquant details. Since the documentwere not opened in chronological order, it Mishna callth deed." Slightly later e\.inl| — and bail ly preserved — were found in Ja dan. NEXT WEEK: Mishnaic Descriptions. These three documents shed interesting light on several important aspects of the period cf Bar Kochba s rule. We learn first — as from the Wadi Muraba'at documents — that lands of the state were nationalized and were considered the property of Shimon ben Kosibah. Prince of Israel, who. in fact, assumed all the prerogativ?of the Roman Empercr. Furthermore, this rule was tightly orga nized. and his administrators in the centers of his dominion and in the various cities and villages had charge of the civil administration and supervised the leasing of lands and the collection of taxes for the state treasury We also learn the manner in which legal documents were drawn up. the method of payment, and topography of the Dead Sea and Ein Gedi areas. The Hebrew lan, guage used, closely resembling : that of the mishna. contributes rich 1 new linguistic material and re fleets, in general, the popular usage of the time. The two other documents of this group are written in Aramaic and date to Bar Kochba's first year. One deals with Eli'ezer ben Shmuel's payment fcr land leased from Shimon ben Kosibah through Hor;n ben Yishmael. The latter, in the: second document — a deed of sale There is only one WELCOME WAGON SO years of experience fostering good will in business and community Jife. For information on Welcome Wagon, phone HI 84994 0 t figures. This papyrus was badly


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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"Jewish Floridllan
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 34 Number 43
Miami, Floridc. Friday. October 27, 1961
Three Sections Price 20c
Israel Raps Saudis for Peace Plan Rejection
SEGREGATION AT CENTER OF ISSUE
FBI Probes Wire-Tap
Harrassment of Rabbi
in Louisiana Incident
NEW ORLEANS (JTA>The Federal Bureau of Investigation was
disclosed this week to be gathering data on wire-tapping by segrega-
tionists in and around the Baton Rouge area as part of a harassment
of clergymen, including a rabbi, who had spoken out publicly against
racial segregation.

Discuss Red
Restrictions
LONDON (JTA) Sharp con
nation of restrictions and dis-
c rinmations against Jews in the
Soviet Union, especially in regard
tc religious practices and cultural
aspirations, were voiced here at
a conference of leading British
political and intellectual figures,
non-Jewish as well as Jewish.
At the conclusion of a series of
reports, many of them based on
personal observations and experi-
ences in the USSR, the conference
adopted a resolution which:
Rabbie Marvin Reznikoff, of the
Liberal Synagogue of Baton Rouge,
said he was one of several persons
who appeared before the federal
grand jury in New Orleans which
reportedly is looking into the
charges.
The rabbi told the Jewish Led-
ger, of New Orleans, that some
50 Baton Rouge ministers of all
denominations, under the leader-
ship of Wade Mackie, the Amer-
ican Friends Service Committee
representative in Baton Rouge,
some time ago signed a public
statement which declared that
"discrimination on the basis of
race is a violation of divine law."
MOSMt SHAOTT
... absorbing tasks
Population
To Double?
LONDON (JTA) Israel can
double its present population of
i 2,000.000 "in the foreseeable fu-
!turc," but a great effort will be
required to do this while maintain-
,ing the present standard of living
| and the services of the welfare
[state, Moshe Sharett. chairman of
I the Jewish Agency executive, de-
Mrs. Meir Charges Arab
Polemic at UN 'Obscene;'
Cites Ex-Mufti Assistance
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)The annual Arab denunciation of Israel
at the United Nations General Assembly evoked from Israel this week
the sharpest condemnation of an Arab leader probably ever heard at
.the United Nations.
The Arab spokesman was Ahmed i
, Shukairy of Saudi Arabia, a fre-
i quent spokesman for the Arab!
League who mounted the rostrum
to reject Israel's proposals for!
peace talks, a pilot disarmament!
plan for the Middle East and an j
Arab-Israeli non-aggression pact.
The proposals and the reply to Shu- j
kairy were given by Mrs. Golda
Since then, the rabbi said, wire clared here this week,
taps were arranged, and the tapes j Jewish positions, he said, are
were played back to lay leaders of being demolished in many conn-
Baton Rouge churches with de-
Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister.
Shukairy's speech, which an
Israeli spokesman immediately
denounced as "the most vicious
and obscene" ever delivered at
the United Nations, described Is-
rael as a "gang," which used the
"slogan" of peace "with Nazi de-
termination," Shukairy said "Is-
rael Naiism" was the cause of the
"persecution" of Israeli Arabs."
He said "Israel and Eichmann
should stand in one dock for one
trial for one crime and one ver-
dict."
Rockwell's First
Wile Nixes His
Racist Beliefs
my
He also olfered some proposals, (an navc ,hern
HARTFORD (JTA) George
Rockwell's former wife and his
j three daughters are strongly op-
posed to Rockwell's Hitlerian ti-
1rades and his "American Nazi far-
ty."
Mrs. Judith Rockwell, who de-
, voiced Rockwell in 1953 after ten
years of marriage, told the Con-
necticut Jewish Ledger that "my
'children go to the public schools
I and learn about democracy with
children of all nationalists and ra-
ces sitting around them. As to
former husband's ideas, he
Enumerated many anti-Jewish mand,s lhal =**** be com-
articles in the controlled Russian !*' to, "llMr !he,r, n,amCS
on pain of loss of their pulpits.
I -V
2. Listed restrictions on the prae-
He asserted that after his ap-
tries, though the upheaval which i including setting up of a UN com-
demolishes them is not necessarily tee to investigate the condition;
tin of religious rights by Jews in [pearance before the grand jury be-
I hi Soviet Union. came known, he had received
Condemned the limitation of many assurances from members
Jewish cultural activity in Russia, j of his congregation that they sup-
4. Pointed out that Russian Jews ported him one hundred percent,
wire "forcibly separated" from I He also said some of the persons
Continued on Page 8-A
Continued on Page 7-A
Arabs Appeal to U.S. Seamen
To Drop Suez Blockade Fight
NEW YORK (JTA) The Na- in a Utter to the ITF-of which
tional Maritime Union reported lht. National Maritime Union is an I move"on"or 'want to "move on the i b* Jl,(, B,ir,on R- Shifman, chair-
tfaal the Arab seamen's union 1^<1! affiliatc-lroin Capt. Hassan Ai.fi. question of'wh.tlier' does not arise man 0.f, ne,A"L, {"SPr/Sai'
designed to be anti-Jewish. Jews
suffer nevertheless and move on
when conditions become hazard
cus, he stated. He spoke at a
reception.
In the case of Russia, Mr.
Sharett said, the Soviet regime
was not intrinsically anti-Jewish,
yet Soviet Jews were threatened
in their existence as Jews be-
cause they were denied means
for a spiritual life. Without any
spiritual life as Jews, Jewish
survival was impossible, he
stressed. That, he said, was why
many of the Soviet Jews were
trying to get out, although eco-
nomically, they were neither
starving nor unemployed.
Continued on Pige 11-A
Rockwell's latest court visit
Continued on Page 3-A
Widespread Restrictions Against
Jews Noted in Michigan Clubs
DETROIT (JTA) Wide- Jews and six maintained strict
-preaci discrimination against Jews quota limits on Jewish members.
He said that in some cases, the
"For all those Jews who must
i in Michigan clubs, resorts and ho-
| tels and denominational religious
j practices in public schools in many
parts ol the sta'e were condemned
I at the annual meeting ol the Michi-
| gan Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'nlh.
A survey of membership policies
ol private clubs in 14 communities
outside of Detroit was described
..rgec. inc international .. auspu. i jdcnl of tnc Arab syndicate : any more-that question has been
Workers federation to drop the Jj 0fflccrs anu rrmoved frorn tlie stage of Jewish
light against Arab blockade oi Is-. *
i gainst
raeli shipping in the Suez Canal
01 -rounds that this was a "politi-
cal question" to be dealt with by
the United Nations.
The American maritime union
J.aid that the proposal was made
BREATHLESS VIEW
In Part Ii of a series, Gen.
Yigacl Yadin describes his
breathless first view of the
Bar Kochba letters uncover-
, ed during an archaeological
expedition he led in the Ju-
dean desert.
.TV 16 Seamen.
The letter contained assur-
ances that "freedom of naviga-
tion in the Suex Canal is fully
guaranteed" and that "no dis-
crimination on the basis of reli-
gion or race is practiced against
seafarers" in the United Arab
Republic.
The letter was considered to be
Continued on Page 16-A
lee. He reported that of the 29
clubs studied, 16 maintained poll-!
cies of excluding Jewish members.!
Ten of the 1G refused to accept any I
JEWISH FL0RIDIAN DEDICATION SUPPLEMENT
exclusionary policy was included
in the constitutional provisions
of the clubs and that in others,
where a quota was maintained,
the policies were unofficial and
fully understood only by club of-
ficials. The survey found that
such policies were unrelated to
the type of club. The survey
covered country clubs, golf clubs
and boating clubs.
Irving Fetdman, chairman of the
Continued on Page 10-A
. SEE SEC. C
Cedars of Lebanon Opening Sunday
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will be dedicated and opened at v.ded hy auto dealer Dick F.ncheT
stronger commitment than Arab 11 a.m.. Sunday, fulfilling a dream made possible by financial pledges will pass through downtown Miami
representatives have previously| from individual members of the Greater Miami community,
been willing to give on the ques-j prjvalc cltJzens wh0 made the!
iTn in S'Sortl AmeriCan "*" I ^al a rea,i'*' i,vu-,eadCrS'
men in Arab ports. ^/^ and c.0(inly olllcials wlU
However, when Capt. Afifi was | join in lne dedication ceremonies |
asked whether the assurances i at the hospital site. 1300 NW 14th
in the.letter included Israeli ships: bt jn ,ne Metropolitan Medical
the community. The hospital will
officially open its first three
floors following t h e dedication
ceremonies.
and seamen, he replied: "It must
be understood that a state of war
exists between the United Arab Re-
public and Israel."
Center.
County and city officials will
accept the hospital on behalf of
and up Bi-rayne blvd. The can
will carry several members of the
Woman's A u x l Ii a r y Volunteer
Corps wearing their uniforms. The
motorcade Will be led by E. Albeit
Pallut. development fund chair-
man, and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin,
Built on a six and a hall acre president of the Women's Auxiliary,
-ite. Cedars will have 282 beds and Highlight of the dedication ccre-
30 bassinets. Prior to the dedica-|
tion ceremonies, a motorcade pro-' Continued on Page 6-A


Pore 2-A
^MniitiTc rijisr
Frv 'V*
iber 27, jcd
Tribute Saturday to Samuel Friedland;
Prominent Leaders Expected to Attend
A test imonial tinner I ooring
' Y:.< ...:.': a the D.piCrmat
I ... r.-int IFlJJ ce a tr.r>-
i lorn icrvice to Tem-
I Emanu-EI of Miami Beacb
HABBI IRVING LtHRMAN
Late Friday
Service Will
Mark Fete
[i -.- ;..' -. an
T e n i
tfl |K
.-: al .-.' r:
. i of the
at 6 30 p.m
- nanu-
YOU A P.ea lor Re-
dedication."
The s^rvi"- will be rtedi-
ca:ed to Samue] N. Fried-
iand. uho uiJJ be honored at
a testimonial dinner on Satur-
day, "in appreciation of his
14 years oi distinguished ser-
vice as presicent of the Tem-
ple." Friedland was elected
chairman of the board last
May. when Joseph M. Lipton
was elevated to the presiden-
cy of the Miami Beach con-
gregation.
Cantor Hirsh Adier will
chant the liturgy during the
service. He will be assisted
by the eight voice Temple
choir, which is under the di-
rection of Florence Goldnng.
The testimonial dinner in
Friedland'i honor will besin
with a reception at 7 p.m. in
the Beaux Arts room of the
.'. OteJ Salu:
b1
Dr Irving Lehnnan,
lead- Temple, said a
: ledland'i friends and
l. ... .: :;. -..-.roughout
to a'ter.d The reception ar.: din-
Hi r ill start at 7 p.m. :r. the Beaux
Arts Balli om of the Diplomat
Sol- Sea.
Philip M. Klutznick, a member
of the U.S. mission to the United
Nations, will be a featured speak-
er. Also coming from New York
for 'he testimonial will be Dr.
Louis A. Finkelstein, chancellor
of the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America.
Friedland served as president of
Temple Emanu-EI a total of 14
vears prior to last May. when he
became chairman of the board. His
communal life .- doseiy identified
with the Temple, which was or-
ganized In 1J-39 the same year
Friedland came to Florida. The
agregatiOD of 200 persons
met in a converted private resi-
dence at 1415 Euclid a\*e and was
Miami Beach J> I
ter.
Dr. Lehrmar wai appointed sp.r-
. ;. the -ime year
Frit: I became president.
land's contribution of
the < rection of
it edifice a-. lToi
ar.d that has
since been called "the mosi i
- .'
..- ci mi
1948. t h i .
-. oi reli-
nd youth
- tup in
:. Tilly.
"It was one of Friedland's
great ambitions to retire the
mortgage on the Temple," Dr.
Lehrman said. "He led the cam-
paign that enabled us to bum
the mortgage in 1954."
"^ NaB^*^"Vefl|BJVBj
Other Friedland contributions to
Temple Emanu-EI have included
the Holy Ark presented to the Jew-
ish Center, later transferred to the
new Temple.
The Temple chapel was dedicat-
ed to Friedland. and on the occasion
IOf his 60th birthday in 1956. the.
Friedland family gifts enabled the^
synagogue to redecorate the chap-
el.
Among the 600 students attending
Temple Emanu-EI religious schools
are s.x Friedland grandchildren.
Leonard, Harold. Jack and Marjo-
rie Friedland Mr- Irving Cowan)
practically "grew up" at Temple
Em a: Mrs, Cowan's
...- the same
r mother.
Klutznick. Dr. Finkelstein Will Speak
At Emanu-EI Dinner Saturday Evening
SAMUtl FfffEDLAND
Education Bureau
Elects Board
At the fall meeting of ;he Bureau
of Jewish Education, the following
were elected to the board of direc-
tors:
Joseph Abelow. Albert J. Beer
Ann and Sue Berkowitz. Ben Essen.
Dorothy Krieger Fink. Morns Fox.
Irving Firtel. Ben Zion Ginsburc.
Dr. Philip Gottlieb. Charles Got-
Morris Hor.igbaum. Dr Al-
bert Ki'zen, Max Koike.-. Mrs.
:. Makovsky. Mrs. David
Nat S-den. Dr Isaac Uhter-
Sheri Mr-.
Mrs a
hn Temple.
Jack Toppel J Wc--. .
.
r Mamber. Mrs I nj
Dr H M i
rtimer ben. Dr ': l-
d Lubarr, Dr. L :.- E iinim, Mi r-
:.- Fishi r. U n I
'.\i. Theodore It, Ezra
-old and all officers, honorary
and active
M. A. B^skir. president, an-
nounced the appointment ot the fol-
lowing chairmen: budget and fi-
nance. Max Meisel; adult educa-
tion. Al Sherman; library, Mrs. Jo-
seph Duntov; building committee.
Charles E. Gottlieb; personnel. Dr.
Irving Lehrman; board of review,
Anna Brenner Meyers; Board of
License. Sol Goldman; teacher
placement, Oscar Mamber; nomi-
nations, Benjamin Meyers; public
relations, Mrs. Louis Glasscr;
teacher welfare. Leo Robinson.
The meeting included a panel dis-
cussion en "Jewish Education in
Israel.*- with Dr Nathaniel Sorofi,
Nettie Goldstein. Herbert Zvi Berg-
er, Paul Kwitney and Dr. Zev Ko-
gan. panelists, and Louis Schwartz-
man. Bureau executive director
moderator.
LONG-DiSTANCI
MOVERS
Philip M ; .need
last week by chairman. Judge Irv-
ing Cypen, as a :eatured speaker
at Tempi* Emanu-EI s testimonial
it tor Samue! Fnedland. has
served under three Presidents of
the 1*1 i States, and has long
been active in communal affairs.
He served two three-year term:-
as president of the International
Order of Bnai B nth. the worlds
large.-: Jewish service organiza-
tion. He resigned when President
Kennedy appointed him to the U.S.
delegation to the United Nations.
During World War II, President
Roosevelt named him Feiswal
Public Housing Commissioner,
and he continued in that post un-
der President Truman. Klutznick
was born in Kansas City, Mo.,
in 1907, and graduated from the
School of Law at Creighton Uni-
versity in Omaha, Nebr.
He is internationally recognized
as an authority on low cost housing
and pre-planned communities. He
devised the complete plan of For-
est Park. Ill a 30.000-population
suburb of Chicago. Recently.
Klutznick was invited by Israel
Prime Minister David Ben-Gunon
; fa proposed
; Elat.
Dr. L ...- A r ... :n. chan-
ellor i 'he facul-
Theological
will also
:b< ini
' in ^dd.tion to Jus
ties, serves as
- : Schechter prof.
: the
a] school.
led as one of
Amei .. itstai ling reli-
- and scholars In
-< c -' .t :: : his role on the
American scer.e. he was the recipi-
Tiiereth Jacob Program
Temple Tifereth Jacob this week
launched a new program for child- j
ren age 4 to 5 in the Temple's kin- j
dergarten. The school is under the
supervision of Rabbi Leo Heim and|
the Bureau of Jewish Education, j
Among students in the program are
Scarlett Cohen. Bonnie Lee Giter-,
man. Leigh Wilco, Mrs. Frieda]
Zyss. Mitchell Lerner, Maeta Co-i
hen. and Sharon Heim.
ent of th 7 ..-.. i Ham. m~
and hv Preid
sevelt ;.- :-- repi
Judaism tc c ;-..-< -he President
steps to be :. ri, "1
peace.
r '' m &
Finkelstein sei as rabbi old
gregaticr. Kt......\-. Israel in \',
Yort Citj :-:; was ppointej j
structor ir. Tah SemujJ
in 1920. Few years later, he'v
came a lecturer. Within four Hi
he was r.arr.tc. firs: associate l,
fes-or. and ther. professor of thei
logy. In 1934. Dr. Finkelstein
came a-s'.star.t to the preside
provost in 163?. president of
Seminary in 1940, and chancellm
'ii 1951.
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tlA Cash Collection Forges Ahead
the Combined ami CJA has broken all of it-
records, and is one of the top
in the nation In cash collections,
Lefcourt said.
i, cting cash
[ ish Appeal frequently brings
able react > from those
!g called, according to Sidney
. chairman of CJA Cash
[eek opening herj
Lefcourt'fl committee has the job
reminding people who pledged
conyibutions earlier this
r that the cash is needed now
CJA agencies. The committee
;s the job with letters, telephone
is, and personal via
So far this year, tha Greater Mi-
he:r
"We were afraid at first that
some people might take offense
at this realistic collections ap-
proach of reminding the contri-
butor that he hasn't yet paid his
pledge, and that balances
shouldn't be allowed to accumu-
late. To our pleasant surprise,
we're getting favorable reaction."
A check came from one contribu-
tor. Lefcourt said, with a note at-
tached It said "Thanks tor your
reminder. I had just been lectur-
ing my wife about letting her bal-
ance pile up at the department
store, so your letter hit home. PS.
I didrTt show her the letter. I'd
never have heard the end of U."
:ederation President Praises Program
If Hias for Cuban Refugee Assistance
Another contributor, also en-
closing a check, wrote Lefcourt
that "I sincerely appreciated your
letter. I had frankly forgotten
about it in the rush of business. I
know it's not good business to leave
bills unpaid."
they may have suffered as the re-
sult of my thoughtlessness."
The Cash Week campaign will
run through Nov. 3. Lefcourt said.
Contributing to the need for cash.
besides the needs "i :< cal a
is the unexpectedly heavy immi-
gration into Israel in recent
months.
"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."
David Pinski
Oneg Shabbat
First Oneg Shabbat this season
of the David Pinski Folk School
A third letter. Lefcourt said, des- wju 0e held on Friday at the Far-
A J. Harris, president of the
ireater Miami Jewish Federation,
k praised -.he United Hias
ervice for its "outstanding work"
aiding Cuban refugees in the
States.
'The record shows that signifi-
f,:!l numbers of Jewish men, wom-
en and children from Cuba now in
the United States received direct
^ration and resettlement assist-
inee from United Hias," Harris
I. "The agency also helped Cu-
,i:i refugees with adjustment of
[s'.jtus and other essential service
|i:o)!i their arrival in the U.S."
Through the cooperation of
Jewish welfare agencies, Harris
explained, Cuban refugees in Mi-
ami and other parts of the nation
are establishing new lives in the
United States.
t nited Hias has also continued
Ivuth its work of resettling migrants
i mi Europe and other overseas
( is in the United States, Canada,
Latin America, and other countries,
Harris added. He said the num-
ber of migrants United Hias has
|helped bring to lands )i permanent
lenient in the first e;ght months
ii is more that 50 percent
ler than anticipate!.
'in round numbers." Harris
"this means that the agen-
cy's program of assistance to mi-
grants for the 12 month period
must be revised upwards from the
cribed the reminder notice as
frank, bu; certainly fair. I made
the pledge in good faith, and I
know that your agencies have
based their planning to some small
extent on the pledge 1 made. I
band Labor Zionist Culture Center,
842 Washington ave., at 8 p.m.. and
every Friday evening thereafter.
A musical program will be pre-
sented by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yo-
men, including community singing,
and a literary program by Max
wish I COUid personally apologize
original estimate of 3.950 to a like- to your hard working committee Astor and Philip Nashkin.
|v 6.660." members for any inconvenience M. Chomitz will preside.
Rockwell's Wife
Repudiates Him
Continued from Page 1-A
was in the Arlington County Ca-
mestic Relations Court in which
he was held in contempt of ccn.-t
for defaulting on 5200 month'/
alimony payments to his form*."
wife. However, Mrs. Rockwell
said she was not destitute, as had
been reported and that she wat
now getting financial support.
Mrs. Rockwell, the Nazi's first
wile, saTd she was puzzled as t.y
how Rockwell first became inter-
ested in Nazism and anti-Semitism.
She said he had many close Jew-
ish friends in service during Worlri
War II and while he attended
Brown University. She said h^r
daughters often said about their
father, "What is the matter witu
him?"
The second Mrs Rockwell, mem-
ber of a prominent family in Ice-
land, left Rockwell in 1959. when
the family became appalled )/
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Volume 34 Number 43
Friday, October 27, 1961
17 Heshvan 5722
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital ,*&**t**wmh*y<**;
Cedars of Lebanon is no longer a name.
It is a reality. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
will open its doors in dedication ceremonies
Sunday. (See special supplement, Sec. C.)
The new medical institution on Miami's
ho :zon is a tribute to the perseverance of the
nony men and women in this community
dcctori and other professional and business
pecple who have helped it along from the
very start.
Their financial contributions in the form of
c'.i and bend purchases, as well as their
countless hours of volunteer labor, will bear
h for them Sunday. It is expected that some
5.1 TO Greater Miamians will attend the dedica-
te ceremonies to take pert in the official
Cedars opening.
Our community is rapidly becoming a
Southern landmark for its expanding and in-
creasingly excellent medical facilities. The
We-ropolitan Medical Center, on NW 14th st.,
err>oracing Jackson Memorial Hospital and the
l versity of Miami medical school among
others, is the site on which Cedars of Lebanon
v.: function as this area's newest addition to
OB already fine bevy of existing hospitals here.
A non-sectarian medical institution, which
Will serve the needs of all regardless of race
ex religion, Cedars has lcrgely benefited from
the knowing leadership of many physicians
and laymen who occupy positions of promin-
ence in the Greater Miami Jewish community.
These, together with other equally-distinguish-
ed men and women in the general commun-
ity s professional, civic and philanthropic al-
ioiis, can now enjoy a sense ci fulfilled pride
their achievement.
But the Cedars dedication and opening
Sunday are in reality only a beginning. The
institution's upper floors remain to be com-
pleted. It is this task to which these leaders
v.M now dedicate themselves, joined by the
many thousands of South Floridians who take
pride in the continuing progress of their city.
(Psalm* mi
Tribute to Mr. Friedland
Samuel Friedland will be honored at a
tribute dinner Saturday evening in the Diplo-
mcl hotel. The occasion will mark Mr. Fried-
land'fl 14 years of dedicated service to Temple
Emanu-EL
But the tribute dinner will recognize him
for more than that. The past decade and a
hall have seen Mr. Friedland emerge as one
Oi the American Jewish community's leading
ilanthropic personalities. His participation
in a host of religious, cultural, educational, and
general civic enterprises is legion.
The Greater Miami Jewish community
knows Mr. Friedland for his leadership in Fed-
eration and Bonds for Israel, as well as in
Temple Emanu-EL In addition as chairman of
the board of Food Fair Stores, he heads a
srecial Food Fair Foundation that grants uni-
versity scholarships to children of employees.
Nationally, Mr. Friedland's activities and
contributions in behalf of the Jewish Theolog-
-:-l Seminary of America and Brandeis Uni-
versity, among others, engraves his name on
t.ne select roster of men whose positions are
assured in the annals of American Jewish
cdiairs.
One can go on and on listing Mr. Fried-
'end's contributions, roles o: preeminence, and
c wards of recognition, but these would merely
d accolades without shedding new light on
bis already well-established distinction.
Temple Emana-Q will honor Mr. Friedland
en Saturday with a special "Thank You" din-
ner. Sut the entire Jewish community will be
cluing the Temple to express its own thanks
for his many achievement in human philan-
throj
55^1


^S
Mightier Than the Sword
With all the rocket-rattling these days, and
the speculation about whether the Soviet Union
exploded a 30 or 50-megaton nuclear wearjon
eerily Monday, we often fail to remember mat
the pen is still mightier than the sword.
Ask Eugene Yevtushenko. Ask him par-
ticularly because he is a Soviet literary artist,
whrose poem, "Babi Yar," has been making
more penetrating headlines than Nikita Khrush-
chev's atom-bomb pyrotechnics ever will.
"Babi Yar" laments the Nazi slaughter of
some 40.000 Jews in a suburb of Kiev, Russia,
during World War II. But it does more than
that; by highlighting the official Soviet effort,
to wipe out the memory of the slaughter, it
underscores what Red leaders are forever
denying: that anti-Semitism is a virulent and
ongoing thing in the center of the communist
world.
The Yevtushenko poem has burst the bonds
of Soviet censorship and spread like wildfire.
A.ready translated into many languages and
being read wherever men are permitted to
think, "Bcbi Yar" puts the lie to the pap of a
socrial Utopia for his dictatorship that Nik::a
Khrushchev outlined before the Communist
Congress as late as last week.
The poem also puts the lie to the 30 (or
50)-megaton blast. It reverberates with more
teJing significance, and will certainlv endure
oner after the radioac::ve fallout of the blast
has challenged the survival of man's blood
and bones.
He's Out ot the Running
The struggle to find a successor to the late
Dacj Hammarskjold entered its silent phase th-s
week Burma's U Thant as the logical man
to fs.il the empty secretary general" i chair has
for *he moment fallen into the background.
Whatever inside big-power struggles at
be UN this denotes, one thing seems sure:
Mongi Slim, of Tunisia, now president of the
General Assembly, touted as successor with-
in days following the death of Mr. Hammar-
skjold, is himself, deader than a doornail.
The polemic of Ahmed Shukairy, delegate
of Saudi-Arabia, before the United Nations ex-
plains Mongi Slim's fete better than any other
example. The polemic was a vitriolic attack
against the State of Israel the kind of attack
presidents of the General Assembly have con-
sistently interrupted in the past.
But Mongi Slim stooa his hand from the
cavel and permitted Shukairy to bring his
^eecli to its oitter conclusion.
-His sense of reserved objectivity forever
shown to be non-existent, Mongi Slim is now
beyond guestion out of the running.
On Dedicating Ourselves
To Reading Jewish Books
A prominent Japanese publish-
ing firm, the house of Kyobun-
kan. is about to publish a new
book, in Japanese, entitled "Chal-
lenge to Idolatry: History and
Tradition of Ancient Israel." The
author is an American, Dr. Harry
M. Orlinsky. professor of Bible
at the Hebrew Union College-Jew-
ish Institute of Religion. The
translator is Dr. Kobayashi Ma-
sayuki, professor of Western His-
tory at Waseda University, one
of the leading institutions of high-
er learning in Japan. When one
adds to these two illustrious
names the name of one other
American, Dr. Hyman Kublin,
professor of history at Brooklyn
College, one of the most fascin-
ating stories of modern iniercul-
tural exchange begins to take
shape.
The story begins with a visit to
Japan, on a Fuibright Fellowship,
in 195ti. b> Dr. Kublin. The latter
knows the Japanese language
very well, and is an expert on
Japanese bistcry; Dr. Kublin be-
came acquainted with Prof Ma-
sayuki, having learned that this
Japanese scholar had interested
himself lor years in projecting
before Japanese scholars a pic-
ture of Jews and Judaism that
would counter the anti-Semitic
canards spread in that country
under the influence of German
Nazism.
As a result of the friendship es-
tablished between the two pro-
fessors one a Jewish teacher
Of history at Brooklyn College,
the other a historian on the fac-
ulty a; Waseda University
Prof. Masayuki decided to en-
gage in translation of works that
would inform Japanese readers
about Jews and Judaism.
In I960, Prof. Kobsyushi's first
translation appeared. It is a
book by the British writer. Nor-
man Bentwich. entitled Israel."
The Japanese version of this
book, first published in England
in 1952. is called "The.Rebirth of
Israel." The translator as well
as the publishers expected a very
ill sale. But when the reviews
appeared in.the Japanese press
and learned journals, they had a
surprise. Twenty-nine of the first
30 reviews were what we could
call in this country "rave re-
views." It turned out that the
only reviewer who did not like
the translation of the Bentwich
work is a specialist in the Arab
Middle East. The first edition
was followed quickly by a second
printing.
But Prof. Masayuki has felt
that Japanese readers must know
net only about modern Israel,
they must learn also,of the Jew-
ish people's past. For years, he
had persisted, through articles in
Japanese learned journals, and
through a seminar at Waseda. to
devote considerable attention to
the history of the Jewish people,
their problems, their contribu-
tions to world culture. Following
the success of the translation oi
the Bentwich work, he decided to
translate the authoritative "Anci-
ent Israel," by Prof. Orlinsky, so
as to provide for Japanese schol-
ars and general readers the back-
ground needed for a more thor-
ough understanding of the life,
works, tribulations and triumphs
of the Jewish people.
Just how necessary such an
undertaking is. has been proved
"illy, in recent years, in the ex-
periences of Israeli diplomats at
the United Nations and in capi-
tals around the world. As Israelis
have come into closer contact
with Asian and African peoples
long oppressed by colonial re-
gimes, the Israelis have found
that some of the most elementary
concepts familiar to Westerners
are almost totally unknown to the
leaders and educated classes of
the newly emerging peoples.
By ALFRED H. PAUL
Japan is not i
newly emerged.
" the class of ^
Japanese too are ^ ?<
more at home in Western-2fl
and technology than J H
Western philosophy s7ij2!|
The Judeao-Chrisuan her']
on the whole, a closed <\\
them for the si,np.e reas^ I
they have had no contact i,rJ
u This'! adl,,,le,imetoil
it. This is one reason why P
Masayukis work takes on m
significance.
There is a new organization L,
Japan now, formed only I
year, called the Society for Z\
ish Studies in Japan. Amons tr,
organizers and "promoters" f
this society are. in addition ti
prof. Masayuki, a number of ven
prominent Japanese scholars' >
prominent statf member
Ministry of Education ai
a well-known industrialist whoh
aisu the managing director of the
Japanese Boy Scorn League; arj
a member oi Par:.,
are key persor.alitie
goes far among
their interest in forward
work of the new
important.
This writer has in front of ha
now the official statement of ob-
jectives of the new society. V.j
are bound." states the
"in our common interest in vari-
ous forms of Israelite or Jewish
civilization in the pas; and pre*-
ent. their real bases, and the in-
terrelation between them and the
non-Jewish world. We largely
share the view on the develop-
ment and the present condition!
of Jewish studies and dis<
of 'the Jewish questi
This is no fly-by-night group,
nor a group cf wide-eyed novice--.
but a group of scholars and too
civic personalities Their re-
searches are aimed al the follow-
ing purposes (as in their
prospectus):
"D To help thos.- who take
genuine intellectual and human
interest in the central theme of
Israelite or Jewish life and cul-
ture, regardless of their fait."
position, occupation and urea if
discipline, to cooperate f
tual enlightenment
aspiration towards truthful learn-
ing.
"2I To enable us I
Israelite or Jewish civilization is
permeating from ancient times,
through the Middle Ages to the
present day. not only in Pa
but in the whole worl : in the
aspect of its deresopmenl in the
history of the world, and to In-
quire into the life and <
heritages of the Jewish people in
any period of history and ui any
place in the world.
"3) To enable us to stud) I;
raelite culture in the
sense, not only from the points of
view of religion and Christi
or linguistically and archdeo-
logically, but in all the disciplines
of humanities, social and natural
sciences."
The society is realistic. II di-
vorces itself in its prospectus
from some over-eager, Quasi-
scholarly or even anti-S<
points of view which are nur-
tured on Nazi anti-Semitism,
drawing even upon the so-called
"Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
or swallowing whole such notions
as the existence of a "common
ancestry" between the Japanese
people and the Jewish people
The organization has one princi-
pal aim: "to exchange our idea?
and information in our research
as well as to play a role of pub-
lic enlightenment towards cor-
rect understanding of Israel and
the Jewish people, and its 'de
dissemination."
The work of Prof. Masayuki
and the labors of the societj are
indeed welcomed in this country,
and in Israel.



^
friday. October 27. 1961
vJemlsii ftcrkttain
Page 5-A
Glvbb Pasha Pessimistic About Peace
DETROIT(JTA)Sir John Bag- hope for a "political settlement'
ott Glubb, one-time commander of problems in the Middle East.
Jordan's Arab Legion, told the
vtroit Economic. Club this week
The British general, speaking on
the Middle East, made no mention
hat there was little reason to!of Israel, but did give some com-
ments on the Israel-Arab situation
in reply to questions. He said, in
reply to one of the questions, that
firing on the Israel-Jordan border,
which had been frequent a few
years ago, had practically stopped
because "people are cooling off. I
think it means that people are say-
ing "let's get this settled'."
He attributed Israel's success
in solving its problems to the high
level of education of Israelis, com-
pared with that of the Arab neigh-
bors. He said the Arabs also were
suffering because they were
ous of each other and not (in
He was asked his opin:on a.* t< I
basic cause of Arab hostility
ward Israel and replied that .
| World War 1, the Jews repress
:seven percent of Palestine- p -
lation and the Arabs "thought it
i was their country."
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Page 7-A
Members of the host committee for the Temple
Beth Sholom Israel Bar Mitzvah dinner to take
place Sunday evening at the Eden Roc hotel
rneet to finalize plans for the dinner which will
honor Isadore Hecht. Seated (clockwise) are
Maury S. Olir.ick. Aaron Newman. William
Agranove, Max Sheinman, Ben Markowitz,
P.jbbi Leon Krortish, James M. Albert, Jack A.
Cantor, chairman of the board of governors for
Germans Withdraw Claim Anne
Frank Diary Was a Forgery
LUBECK, West Germi fTA 1 slander charg with-
The trial of two meml drawn when the I de-
neo-Nazi German Re:chspartei ,.;arcd tha, had
charges oi slandering the memory ,
of Anne Frank ended this week in convinced them of tl if
an agreed settlement, the ueien- heir charges and that tne in
Israel Bonds, Abraham Baker, Louis F. Snet-
man, Ralph Spero, Jack Rifkin. Jack Wagner,
Dr. Alexander Robbins. Standing (clockwise)
are Irwin Block, of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion. Bernard Kamine. Sidney Ansin, Benjamin
Rimer. Dr. Aaron Kahan, executive director of
the Israel Bond Organization, Louis Gross-
man, A. C. Fine, Max Rosen, Leon I. Ell, Dr.
Ralph Cobb, Julius Cooper, Nathan Waldman.
dants withdrew their claim that
the diary of Anne Frank was i
forgery and the prosecution drop-
ped the charges.
Otto Frank, father of the girl
who died in a Nazi concentration
camp and whose diary became an
international best-seller, filed the
charges against h.gli school teach
cr Lothar Stieiau and Heinrich
Buddeberg.
The two men had declared
that "certain circles" had en-
riched themselves on the "tragic
fate" of Anne Frank while "hate-
mongering against the German
people."
yond
doubt."
The prosecuti n "I
'.hat the investigation of tl'.e two
neo-Nazis had not revealed any
anti-Semitic motive behind th-ir
claim that the diary was a : :
ry. it was disci ised *' d SI iu
was suspended fnm hi- tea g
post two years ago because the
.Ministry of Education regard id
his teaching as detrimental to the
"democratic education" of Ger-
man youth.
?eth Sholom Tribute to Isadore Hecht
ilso to Celebrate Israel's Bar Mitzvah
Jack Gaines. Mr. and Mrs. Abe
' Geller. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gran-
off. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Hecht,
: Mrs. Samuel Hirsch.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Horowitz,
At a gala dinner dance Sunday Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual rjr. ant| Mrs. Leo Levin. Mr. and
t-enlng in the Edsn Roc hotel, leader of the Temple, pointed out, Mrs. Howard H. Miller, Mr. and
emple Beth Sholom will celebrate that the appearance of Ambassador Mrs. Morry B. Morris, Mrs. Flor-
-[ael's Bar Mitzvah and horror one! Shneerson in Miami "will be a I
its community's leading citi- personal tribute to Hecht for his
devotion and leadership to Israel
To be honored will be Isadore and an act of recognition for Tern-
:cht In recognition of his "years ple Beth shoiom-
One of the highlights of the din-
ner dance will be a ceremony in
recognition of Temple Beth Sho-
lom's pilgrims to Israel. These
are members of the Temple who
have visited Israel in its Bar Mitz-
vah year and include Mr. and Mrs
James M. Albert. Mr. and Mrs.
David Balogh, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Bornstein, Cantor David Con-
viser, Julius E. Cooper, Mr. and
Mrs. Leon J. Ell. Mr and Mrs.
jf service to the land of Israel, the
)eople of Israel, his congregation.
Bis community and his fellowman,"
|it was announced by James II. Al-
ert. Temple Beth Sholom's presi-
gnt, who is also dinner chairman.
ence Nadler, Dr. and Mrs. Julian
Rickles, Dr. and Mrs. Edward
Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schick,
Mr. and Mrs. John Serbin, Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour Silverman. Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Spero. Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Susskind
Coming to Miami to join in the
festivities will be Mordekhai
Shneerson, Ambassador of Israel
to the Republic of Mexico and
the nations cf Central America,
nd former Israel Envoy to
France.
FBI Probing
Wire-Tap Case
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27.
Leading Britons Hit Soviet Anti-Jewish Actions
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Po-n+,r wt that Cbme had e!-
1W0)d Jew* to leave "because
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A Kop* *-* Russia rr.'iqH al-
low ?* Jews ro emigrate was
expressed b artoKer pan.amen-
of Temple ~*
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Lr. kei BroUaerhoo -=:
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be s-*:" tpeakeT a
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Mocrefjaali rre only one
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rr.aer- of ?.--.ir k
t be reunited -.-
---v^r- if :.-.*.: :.-.. .- :
rir. hai '..ri:*r- aaaaj 'ra'
The Jewish na re-
ed 44 yean after tl e
The onJy non-British partici-
p*fit in the conference, Manws
Sperber a well-known French
author, told the conference: "The
Russian Jews remain a people,
whatever the Soyief theory may
be. Many of them live as the
Marrar.es did, as far as their
Jewishnees is concerned, though
they are free as citizens by and
larpe. I hear from friends who
talked with Khrushchev that he
is obsessed by the Jewish ques-
tion, nd returns to it again and
again, so that Se himself denied
arty sense of discrimination."
.Mat Hayward of s- tathoBy'i
Oxford. ?a:t "we ha've
-n ally in trus fight for Ru.-.jr.
leari ;n th Ru-iar. !r.telle?e'-.--..
ar<- b- d'fgnttfd a?
** .-<- B'j ani Semitic t-xc ;id break out under certain
li fact some small
occurred from \:mi
'' tin He said he Umself
lulled a- a Jee although he
Jewish.
U9 N.E. 1st St., Miam., fit 4-2604 | S.r Leslie PlummcT, a member
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Friday, October 27, 1961
+Jen 1st fhrSdUenri
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Adult Classes Now Under Way
Beth David adult education clas-
ses are now under way. The
Sunday morning and Tuesday even-
ing lecture series continue as fol-
lows:
Sunday, Oct. 29 "A Layman
Looks at Jewish Life." 11 a.m.
Featured will be Bernard Segal in
a discussion of "Judaism and
Christianity."
Tuesday. Oct. 31"Crises in Jew-
ish Life," 9 p.m. Featured is Rabbi
William Sajowitz in "Hebraism De-
fies Hellenism '" This lecture is in
conjunction with the Bureau of Jew-
sli Education.
One hour prior to the lectures,
classes in both Hebrew and Biblical
History are held Some vacancies
still exist for enrollment in both,
lectures series. i
In addition, a ganized in Conversational Hebrew
to be held Tuesday evenings. In
charge is Saul Rabin, education di-
rector of Be"h David
Harold Bregnian (left), incoming president, 13 congratulated
by George Sanders, outgoing president, at recent installation
ceremonies of Temple Ner Tamid Young Adults in the DiLido
hotel.
Ner Tamid Youth Install Officers
Newly-elected officers and board
members wer honored recently at
the DiLido hotel, when Temple
Ner '1 amid Voting Adults held
their third annual installation
dance.
Incoming officers were installed
by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spirit-
ual leader of Temple Ner Tamid.
New officer-: are:
LEVER 8-A
Elect
i%
JACK'' M.
CHERRY
YOUR HIALEAH
COUNCILMAN
Re- Jem of H'a'eah-Dade
County Area 37 years.
Married, 2 children.
MenberNorth Hialeah
Baptist Church.
Schooling Miami Edison
High & U. of Miami.
Sunessful H-aleah
businessman.
Bcu d of DirectorsHialeah-
Miami Springs Xiwanis Club.
Bcr-d of DirectorsHialeah-
Miami Springs Y.M.C.A.
H.aicah-Miami Springs
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D.A.V. (Hialeah)-A.G.R.A.
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iM Pol. Adv.
President, Harold Bregman; first
vice president. Jerry Miller; sec-
ond vice president, Helene Still-
man; executive secretary, Sylvia
Blumber?; corresponding secre-
tary, Marjorie Toupkin; treasurer.
Betty Rose.
Chairmen and board members
installed were Ben Burdige, Honey
Fromer, Bea Brick. Doris Hanff.
Evelyn Lighter, Felice Berman.
Bill Brafman, Ted Brown, Carol
Brooks. Roy Cramer. Eleanor Da-
| Vis, Daryle Feld. Jack Fils. Thel-
ma Freed. Leon G never, Moreno
Habif, Beverly Lezak, Laurence
Michelson, Adrienrie Much nick,
Sandy Rowen, George Sanders and
l Gene Shane.
Outgoing president, George San-
ders, and the other outgoing offi-
. cers were presented with gifts for
their work during" the past year.
The organization is open to all
single Jewish young adults be-
| tween the ages of 19 to 3J>. Meet-
ings are held at the Temple at BOth
st. and Carlyle ave.. on the first
and third Wednesday of each
month.
Israel Consul
Due at Reception
Zvi Eadan, Consul of the State
, ol Israel for economic affairs in
the Southeastern United States, will
be guest of honor at a cocktail re-
ception Tuesday night at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schwartz,
7320 SW 123rd st., Kendall
Eadan will talk about investment
: opportunities for Greater Miami
ans in Israel, which is intensifying
its private investment program as
the nations nears its 14th anniver-
sary of independence.
A graduate of the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem's school of eco-
( nomics, Eadan came here two
months ago from a post in London
as director of the Government oi
| Israel Investment Authority in
Great Britain.
Eadan will outline several pro-
posals for new industrial develop-
ments in Israel as well as plans
.to expand existing firms.
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Friday. October 2"
1961
Only
De Gaulle
By MAX 15RNER
Dublin's Lord Mayer Briscoe WiM
Visit Temple Menorah Dinner Hoy. 9
The big p6li1
Su ning to Pa~ ill ir.ist. j Mini
n iry man or politi the rank I \ itsell
.- wnoleheai
H isn't easy. T1
own mi n
WHY AND HOW HAS IT h wpe.ned" D.
& contradictory rela\ l the army and to the men of the rig rt
ii the briefest and simple-t term- he was placed in power by i
_ coup which aimed to destroy 'h- lie in order to {o n with
the Algerian war; and having come to power he find- hi -lied
itroj the same right-wing element- thai brought him I id to
n end to the war they wanted to win
The generals and colonel- of the army in Algeria may well say to
I 'We did not bring you to this height ,o that you could ipit down
from H upon us. Nor will we allow you to carry out the betrayal not
only of us but of France itself, and of its honor and grandeur that you
were committed to reconquer and rebuild."
Th i- he logic of the bitterness of the officers and civilians in Al-
geria against de Gaulle. It i- upon the rock of this logic that the OAS
bui] rronst church out of explosive plastic. To them de Gaulle
i- .- the -implest terms, a traitorwhich is why they are bent upon
me,nk out to him a traitor's punishment not one political defeat but
acti U death.
-*- -^- - AT THE SAME TIME hat de Gaulle had thus embittered the right
a2i.r.-" him. he has alienated the left. It is true that the left was against
him from th'- start, and ha= never wholly forgotten that he accepted
th< gift of power from the ultras, nor has it forgiven him for his cavalier
attitude toward parliamentary institutions. But when the officer clique
attempted a second coup, this time against de Gaulle, the men of the
democratic and independent left rallied to his standard
Now they have turned away from him more sharply than ever They
kno\ of course, that his enemiethe ultrasare also theirs But they
ar- foo outraged against him to make a common cause with him against
a cmmon enemy. The outrage comes from the contemptuous way in
which he has pushed their criticisms and opposition aside. What makes
them the more bitter is their knowledge that de Gaulle's contempt and
- for them are heartfelt.
But the alienation goes deeper than injured vanity or thin-skinned
ei ti ity, or the knowledge "hat de Gaulle prefers to rule without them
rather than to govern with them. Many of the best writers and politi-
dans who might otherwise have stomached his highandedness toward
ParJ.ament on the theory that heand he alonecould end the Algerian
war are now convinced that he can no longer do so. Since the OAS and
the ultras now think of him as a traitor, even an agreement on Algeria.
the} argue, would be followed by another attempted coup and perhaps
by Civil war.
+ *
YOU MIGHT THINK from all this that de Gaulle is through, but I
should very much doubt it I would say that de Gaulle made a crucial
erri of leadership in alienating both wings of French opinion at the
same time, thus cutting away his power-base from each side But I
should have to add that he still has a considerable base leftthe support
of the French people ae a whole.
The- Paris intellectuals are against de Gaulle, the officers in Algeria
ar< against him. the ultras are against him. Everyone is against him
except most of the people themselves I hear it said in Paris constantly
that the halo in which de Gaulle used to be enveloped has now faded
away. But has it faded with the people?
I had never understood so clearly before that France is two nations;
no- left and right, not poor and nth. but verbal and sub-verbal France.
That is why. when Menses-France and Mollet berate de Gaulle, and
wh< n they meet to plan a new pact for getting along with de Gaulle, he
appears on TV and radio and makes a direct appeal to the people.
Perhaps he will lose them too. But it is unlikely, quite simply be-
eause France is prospering and many things in it are flowering, and
what I have called sub-verbal France wants to keep things that way.
The question is no longer who can end the Algerian war: it has become
th.- question of who can defend France against the ultras, the activists,
the officers' cabal, who are threatening civil war. If de Gaulle lives,
then the people (including the conscript armv as against the officers)
will support him in a crisis. If he dies they will support his memory
and martyrdom.
1 see no one else who can do it except this lonely man who has iso-
lated himself further than he needed to. but who is not through. Even
the liberals and independent left will have to support him. not out of
wish but necessity, not because he is the best or even a very clever
mar. but because there is no one else.
layoi
to a i
-
Tem]

. n

s Leonard J. S
ml thai
:omii day?
after his arrival in the I'
~. 7 ;
Abramowitz .- -:. r I
Temple Menorah
In addition to being gjest
speaker at the Temple Mer.orah
dinner, Briscoe will take part in
ceremonies honoring 13 mem-
bers of the Temple selected for
their outstanding support of the
Israel Bond program.
Following Briscoe- appearance
at the Temple Menorah dinner, he
will embark on a five-week tour of
major communities in the United
States and Canada in behalf of the
State of Israel Bond program.
Briscoe has been one of Ireland's
outstanding leaders str.ee its es-
tablishment as an independent na-
tion. He player a foremost part
in the struggles that brought about
Ireland's freedom.
Dublin's Jewish mayor has been
actively interested for many years
in the creation and development of
the State of Israel, and is closely
identified with many phases of
Jewish communal work in Ireland.
I
:; paign in I
09
Irelai
- in Ireland
Briscoe Brst
risen
;. Bet
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: Bl rs :
Whet
lies, be
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New Jersey
After the Irish Rebellion in
1916, he returr-'d to Ireland to
ioin the Irish Republican Army,
and to marry r-o>*htr Oubliner,
Lillian Melanie Isaacs.
Me entered Irish pottties in 1926.
and since 1927 hu *>een a member
of the Irish Dail Parliament).
Mayor Briscoe is a founder of
the Fianna Fail movement and
has consistently represented it in
the Parliament and ;n the Dublin
Corporation city government)
since it was reconstituted in 1930.
Dublin operates under a city man-
ager plan, with policy decided by
the Corporation Council, oi which
as Lord Mayor he is chairman
Pokey is administered jointly by
the manager and the Lord Mayor.
KOBtKT BKIiCOc
Miami Committee
Reelects Pallot
City of Miami beautiftcv
mittee has reelected E Albert
lot as chairman tor a two
term.
Pallot has headed the c
committee since its format.
1959.
Newly-elected vice char:
Miami Postmaster Eugene M
lap. Mrs. James A. Dunn an
fred Browning Parker
Mrs. Lillian Claugbton, M si
Alice MacVicar and Louis Ca
were reelected vice chairmen.
Ehzabe'h Martell was reelc
secretary.
Restrictions j
Against Jews
In Michigan j
Continued from Page 1-A
ADL committee on emerging issues
in church-state relationships, re-
ported on a survey of 26 munici-
palities in all parts of Michigan.
He said the survey found distribu-
tion of Bibles through public
schools, celebration of Christmas
and Easter in such a manner as to
"virtually comprise church servi-
ces," Bible classes during school
time on school property, use of
clergymen for religious instruction
in classrooms, and school Bac-
calaureate services. frequently
compulsory and often held in
churches.
Circuit Judge Victor J. Baum.
new chairman of the Michigan re-
gional advisory board of the ADL.
told the delegates that special care
was essential in drafting a bill oi
rights at the Michigan Constitu-
tional Convention now in progress.
"With other freedom-loving Ameri-
cans, we want a meaingful bill of
rights which will shield the liber-
ties and opportunities of minori-
ties." he said. He added that
alertness was needed against "any
move to weaken the Bill of Rights
or to limit opportunity for minori-
ty group-
ELECT
RAY HODGES
To Your HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL
Help fff.W to Help YOI'
THE MAN WHO BEAT CITY HAIL'
Pull LEVER 11-A October 31st
!M V A l\
"One Good Term Deserves Another"
- CONTINUE THE
STEADY PROGRESSIVE
i GROWTH OF
1 DADE COUNTY'S
I SECOND LARGEST CM
Hlf* '#
ELECT
FULL LEVER 19-A
CHAS. A. WHITEACRE
YOUR HIALEAH COUNCILMAN
BACKGROUND
Former -,
| .
Pati Pretident .-> 9s- \iz- on

Member o< b.S P--> itety
Htaleah re .sari
Man ad. 4
FAVORS Strongly holding the line on TAXES
RETURN
Victor
Vic
WILDE
TO YOUR HIALEAH COUNCIL
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\
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RALPH 0. SNYDER
TO HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL
'Ihere's Got To Be Some Changes Made"
PROGRESS WITH ECONOMY
Pull LEVER 17-A Oct. 31


Fiidoy. October 27, 1961
^Jewisf fkricfi&n
Page 11-A
Israel Raps Saudis for Rejection of Peace Offer
i to cooperate was a key factor in
I the failure cf this proposal. The
documents also recalled Hammar-
skjold's hroad plan in 1959 lor eco-
,quently sopped delegates, includ- who had collaborated with the settlement in other countries. nomic development of the entire
"mf r Kha!rh rd %hn ^h10' Pl"C' Nalista,he,naMmurtr0tJew8. The documents recalled that the Middle East which could have led
to implement "all" UN resolutions ; Ennd ESSi I She (n Palestine, a request to the In- papers in Jordan, Damascus and for a S30O.00O.O0O fund to reinte- refugees into Israel's economy "as
wrnational Atomic Energy Agency j Asserting "surprise"' that "this Beirut praising Eichmann and urilU' :hl" refugees either by re-, well as of the Arab States." Arab
t- ehcclc "the potentials" of the Is- vicious speech. with~rts racial in- expressing regrets that he had PStriation or resettlement over a! 'ntransigence was shown to have
atomic reactor" and the de-1 eitement. its direct personal of- not been ab,e f0 fjn;sn the job three year period. Arab failure' killed this plan.
tarizatlon of Jerusalem. | fense, and its outright falsehoods, f exterminating the rest of the !--------------- ---------------
Continued from Page 1-A
of Israeli Arabs, a UN commission
Mrs. Meir, in her blistering re- was allowed to continue un-
called the Arab delegate a checked," Mrs. Meir -aid Shuk.ii-
aborator with the ex-Mufti of
- ill m, a wartime Hitler as-
Jews." and asserted that the Arab
leaders, in their "blind hatred,"
fed "this poision" even to their
youngest people.
Mrs, Meir rebutted Shukairy's
rj 't equati .. I ith Nazism
could be mad< only by som
i:te and a speaker of outright'who either know whal Na-
Mrs Mier also indirectly cri- lit r km ut did nol tare.
Mongi Slim, of Tunisia. Sh< I that Snub proposi \ robe ol the
ent of the General Assembly, been i i I the Arab Higher An i
I r allowing Shukairy to use th Committe* World War II with 1 ents She
mbly for such a speech, since and thug .. ssociate' i I Ihi to re-
president's have : Jerusalem,", fute thai the
Israel i njoyed
: on ft ]. and bett r ecoi
. the I
Arab countri Sec-
was to I
'. \ .
hi iriate
ect bi question oi
St i Arabia.''
Sh cited a -...... irabi
f slavery ai
. >' ise thi
perm
<: slat i ..- an a i nt or broker i x
cepl with an official license iss i
by the competent authority."
"Baseless" was Mrs. Melr's term
for Shukairy's charges that Israel
sought to expand its territory at
the expense of the Arabs and that
Organizations Express Appreciation
For Impending 6en. Yadin Lecture Here
Florida organizatioi this oi
ied in hailing the pul
given by Gen. Yigael at Betl.....
:. ife sor of archai log} al
University of J( rusa-
-&,
Ctrncheone. Tea*. Reception*. Banquove, ParTlee,
Olnnara from 20 to 2000 catarad In tho
manner of th* Diplomat. an unhurried,
warattentive. eot-SDoken eervlce that make*
* avant of your occasion.
on Mondaj night, Nov i
i ( Miami Beach Higli School audi-
i rium.
The Jewish Floridian and the
Si nth Florida Division of the
rican Friends of the Hebrew
t Diversity are the official CO-spon-
sers of the meeting, which will
Gen. Yadin, In his lecture, will
stress the recent expeditions he
led into the Ji-dean desert, which
provided historical proof of the
Bar Kochba revolt against Rome
in the second century. He will
utilize slides taken during the
trip.
The brilliant archaeologist sol-
the onlv open gathering in the dil'r also is generally credited with thcrc rnad becn an attcmpt to as
South at which Gen. Yadm will bcinS responsib.c .or the final lo- MMinate the late Dag Hammar
&rpear.
Expressing their appreciation
*or the world-renowned General's
appearance here were the Ameri-
can Jewish Physicians Commit-
tee, the Greater Miami chapter
of Alpha Omega dental fraterni-
> and the Florida chapter of the
Archaeological Institute of
America.
The AJPC sponsors the Hebrew
University Hadassah medical
school, and Alpha Omega plays the
same role for the Hebrew Univer-
In another UN development,
the Palestine Conciliation Com-
mission placed the whole Arab
refugee problem into historical
perspective. The record consist-
ed of two documents, one deal-
ing with the question of compen-
sation to the Arab refugees for
properties abandoned in Israel
cation of the lamed Dead Sea skjold dunnp onc of njs VISIts ,Q
Scrolls at the Hebrew University Jerusalom Hl.r concluding com-
of Jerusalem. mcilt W.1S (ha( ,uch Arab speeches
Arrangements are being made m||f) no, s,op ,srac, from seeking
for a special reception prior to the ,0 acnievc peaceful relations with
lecture for non-Jewish and Jewish j(s Arah neighbors,
leaders of the clergy, education
and communal affairs.
South Florida television viewer-
will get an advance view of Gen.
Yadin on Thursdax. Nov. 2. when
the famed archaeologist general
appears on the Today show of the
National Broadcasting Company.
WCKT. ch. 7. will air an inter-
view with the world-lamed proles-
fity dental school, both now under ur just prior to his departure lor and the other "The Question of
construction at Ein Karem. site of MJam, Bt,acn Reintegrate by Repatriation or
the Hadassah Hebrew University -,,, To(j. ,. carried by Resettlement."
Medical Center. lh (i...K ir;m 7 un!ll 9 am Exact _. ..
President William Finsten. of time of Gen. Yadin s appearance nctor* h *" on ,lu>
the Archaeological institutes local Nov 2 will depend on the day's effo.rt" "f Arab delegates to per-
group, praised The Jewish Flor.di- news developments. fuade hc|" countries particularly
an and American Friends for mak- m addition to the Hebrew Uni- !'cst' ,('' ,h<; ** Ajte" African
ir.g Gen. Yadin's appearance open v< rsitv office, tickets are available b,ocp a). ,he 1948 J resolutions
to the public. There will be no in the offices of International T*urs "".I?!.68)"16 gav th rcfuf c,s a
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' Reservations may ne made at They also may be secured at thej alterna1 compensation and re-
the Hebrew University office, 940 offices of Z i m Israel Lines. 407
Lincoln rd., or by telephoning JE Lincoln Road bldg.; El Al Israel
8-1707. Lines. 1602 Washington ave; and
Gen. Yadin. former commander- Gateway Tours. 1638 Collins ave.
in-chief of the Army of Israel, also ---------------------
win be feted at a private dinner Newspaperman fa Speaker
Nov. 5 at the home ol Jack D. Gor- r r r
don, president of the South Florida I'endrik 1. Berns. ol me Miami
i ivision of the American Friends. News, spoke at a meeting Wednes-
Membcrs of the Greater Miami day sponsored by the public affairs
Rabbinical Assn. will meet with department of the Greater Miami
Gen, Yadin. who was field com- Section. National Council of Jew-
mander of the Israeli defense lor- ish Women. The program marked
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+Jmist fkrkM&n
Friday. October 27
1SSJ
Beth Am Begins $200,000 Drive For New Addition
Lctr! "ecders re: lo plan cc:r.ers;o"e dedicaticr. s: the Lcu.3
c .- ?e-e:-_: Merwitzer. bidg.. facility at the new Hi
Ac eincj constructed cm Miami Beech. Left to
right zie Harry Gent wary lite pi B. L El.-.-;
- Revitz ::.rj-c- oi the executive oommit-
Louia Merwitzer, eampait and Samuel Rein-
l-.'.:-; i Lee president
Louis and Rebecca Merwitzer Building
Dedication at Hebrew Academy Nov. 12
Terr pie Beth Am. 5950 No Ken-
dall ix. So. Miami, has announced
the beginning of a fund drive to
build a second school building and
sanctuary The estimated cost is
5200.000. ?f ?'
BeiS **rr?.Sihder H h e -pintual
leadership of Rabbi Herbert M
Baumgard. has some-5S'fname?
and over 800 children m la week-
end religious school.
The Tempi* plant to add six
classrooms, an arts and craft
rcom, music room, library and
youth lounge to ts present school
facilities. The proposed rw sanc-
tuary, with permanent seafi.'g
for about 400 peop'e, w.ll be add-
ed to the exis'ing auditorium.
This w'll enabie the corgrega-
Hon to seat 1,6C0 at peak periods.
An
Fellman declare that these addi-
tions *ill give Beth Am "some of
he finest facilities in the South."
Joseph Altschuller. fund drive
chairman, hopes to raise the money
v.ithin the neit 10 weeks The drive
will be spotlighted with Beth Am'-
f:rst congregational dinner on Sun-
day evening. Ncv 2. Gur- .peat
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JEWISH MORALISTS
From Sefer Chaaaju'im
Jutlah the Puttie (I Jtli Century)
Mislead no one through thy ac-
urns designedly, be he lew or non-
lew. Injustice must be done to
none, whether he belong to our
religion or to another.
/) thou seest a strange man oj
mother faith a!>out to commit Itn;
prevent its coming to pass if it be .
ii thy power, and herein let th
p.uphet Jonah be thy model.
,\o blessing re>:.\ on the money
of people who clip coin. ma\e a
practice of usurv. use false weight*
mil "leiisjires. and are in general
ml honest in business; their chil-
dren lose their homes at last, and
mi I to beg for bread.
Worthy of punishment is he.
too, who heaps excessive burdens
ii the carrying bedste, beats and
tures it, a icl{ "r breeding beast
ild be tenderly dealt with.
Wlici thou fmdest thyself an
le who feet and gibe, leave
hem at quidfj as thou canst; for
r leads want of respi 11
i iie'l self and others, and that
high toad an unchaste li/e.
I irents mu I on no account what'
stride a grot n up son, curse
or o m to wrath that
hii n d tvith whom
. deal
oni-ersarioM
"iraaijf "xai-in jinDirnn
nans ^rjjj n^nna i^rr jxtf
II'" T
rs rmostz, naixn pftoa
t i v t t-: t I :
nixs, S73C71 p|^x "jd^ in-na
na ^-lya rntf (1700)
mt* d^1b (so) tniatf
c l'dh It .o-tfin (3) ntffrtfB
- t r: t :
"Dnxn nn"?1na mia-inn
" : t : i t t
iryena, ittaritfri jrifrlK
D-jpto ^a-rj-na .onsnoa
-aa...rnT2ra npx^an n.;
.ovnpag aa"? nDO]
iz r-n jxtzrrra Jftfm)
^"i^.1? ntolpa rm-na
Kin .n-Dis (10.000) d^x
Vr inpccrrspx1? nnM
c,vua na-^n niaipa .nfrn
T I I (
D-ali oni .^uy -xna
.V-nn ia niam nima1?
IT T I" J
TRAKSI AT/ON -
Japanese Scholarship Eyes
Traditions of Ancient Israel
By RABBI SAMUEL MENDELOWITZ ....
Temple Beth Sholem
We Americans are addicted to the observance of special months,
weeks, or days, designed to call our attention to people (like mothersi,
or objects (like apples), but always somehow, calculated to stimulate'
trade. The manufacturers, retailers, and advertisers are, of course, I
concerned about our health (as in apples), or about our family solidarity ]
(as in mothers), but one suspects that they are also concerned about'
their sales. Now, even though most Americans detect the motive be-
hind the day, or weL'k, they succumb, often happily.
These thoughts arise on the eve of Jewish Book Month. How many-
Jews in America know that there is such a month, observed this year
from Nov. 3 to Dec 3. or that there are Jewish books?
Why is it that, with the many highly-skilled public relations experts
among our people, so little impression is made by an observance that
genuinely deserves publicity? One reason, of course, is that the market
IS small, at best. Authors of Jewish books know only too well that if
they should depend upon their royalties to live in luxury, they would
be rudely awakened by the pounding of creditors on their doors.
Another reason for the monumental Indifference to Jewish books
is that they are books. If reading is done at all. it is done from maga-
zines, the k.r.d ono can put in one's pocket, or read in little doses. Of
course, there are many professional people who have their own litera-
ture which must be read. The sad part, however, is that by the time
they snatch a moment's leisure, they are too exhausted to read anything
else for pleasure.
Finally, Jewish Book Month languishes because the books are Jew-
ish. Who is supposed to read these books-' If Jews arc indifferent to
Jewish life, they steer clear ol Jewish books. Ii Jews are interested,
they aie too busy running around to meetings and have no time to read
at all. The problem is a Serious one. not to be casually brushed aside.
because the written word is. in the final analysis, the en-luring word,
the only kind that can be transmitted over more than one generation.
In preserving and advancing a tradition, this kind of transmission
is vital. Hence, the future of Judaism is involved in the revival Of read-
ing. Jewish Book Month is a good time for serious-minded Jews to give
thought to the making and the reading of Jewish books.
s
e r v i c e a
Jhi 9 lA/e e he n d
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., precedinathe week of publication. All re-
* leates received after that" time wltfbe returned as *pro<5f 6T"
their lateness. #1
The Roman Theatre at Bet Shan
Thi Roman theatre in Bet Shan
will be inaugurated with a Greek
drama, the Israel press writes.
In removing the earth which cov-
red the ancient theatre built by
the Romans about 1,700 years ago,
more than 80 workmen worked for
i\ er t.hree months. This is the first
time ;n the history of archaeology
that bulldozers have been used in
excavations. Usually the work is
done with the help of toothbrushes
and hoesso the experts will tell
you.
The Bet Shan theatre evidently
accommodated 10,000 spectors. It
is similar to the present day ampi-
theatre. The seats are constructed
i a semicircle and they are like
\. ider-than-usual steps.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
<-JYnow L/onr By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the origin of Maimondes'
Prayer for Physicians?
Actually, it has never been prov-
en that Maimonides wrote this
"prayer.-' It does not appear in
any of Maimonides' Standard
works. On the contrary, an Is-
raeli physical!, Professor Sussman
Munter, contends that this Ls really
based upon a physician's prayer
originally written in German by an
acquaintance of Kant. Dr. Markus
Hertz.
It was later translated into He-
brew and somehow came to be
probably out of the association of I
the f&mous Maimonides with the
| study and practice of Medicine. A
! report on this item is contained in
Vhe Israeli publication Sinai (VI.
! 120).
* *
Why is it customary to cut into the
bread before pronouncing the
benediction?
The custom is to cut into the
bread up to the point of breaking
otf the slice and then to pronounce
he blessing, after which the slice
is completed and broken off and
the process of eating begins. The
reason for this is that on the one
hand it is preferred that the bles-
sing be made over a whole bread
to show the concept of the bread
in its entirety and to indicate our
thanks for the whole bread and not
only Cor that which we eat there-
from; on the o;her hand between
the blessing and the act of eating
there is required a minimum of
interruption. Thus, if no cutting
were done before the blessing, an
entire act of cutting would inter-
fere between the time of the bles-
sing and the act of eating.

Why is it that on t h e Sabbath,
only a mark is made where the
bread is to be cut, instead of
actually cutting into the bread?
On the Sabbath there is a require-
ment to pronounce the blessing
over two loaves of bread (Lechem
Mishnah). The rabbis were afraid
i li'Him
T/m pate : prepared in co-
- opera:. ': with the Spiritual' Lead-
= er$ o/ tlii? Greater Miami Rabbin-
- cal A.
RA3BI MAX A. LIPSCKITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
F I ->l OMON SCHII P
Cerr.s of \\ I'dom
;hat if the sane procedure was
ollowed as in the weekdays by
cutting Into the bread, one might
sever the piece of bread and thus
not accomplish the act of pronounc-
ng the blessing over two whole
loaves. Thus, only a cutting mark
i- made before the blessing over
the bread is recited on the Sabbath.
9 V
Why do some Sephardic Jews re-
quire the visitors to sit down
on the floor with the mourners
when paying condolence calls?
Such was the practice of Job's
visitors (Job 2:13). It is a display
>f genuine sympathy on the part
of the visitors who thus indicate
hat they feel as humbled and
downcast as do the mourners over
he recent loss.
I ma\ he wrong, and fometimej
am. but I never have an-, doubt*.
IBS8BL.
*
- Doiib; it :'-e father of laziness.
: UZZATTO.
* *
A dream only reflects i'--.e dream-
er's thought! rALMI D.

A man's dreams are an index tc.
his great- RABINOW1TZ.
*
Beautiful cloches will not hide a
hump. TWBRSKI.
*
Judaism enjoins 613 duties, bul
I;ui>un no : \mas.
- S. R. HI
AOUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyla v.
Orthodox. Rabbi laaae Ever.
l-YI'lay 5:80 p.m. Paturda) B:3fl a.m.
Karmnii: "Th.- Weaknraa nnd Contra-
dictory Nature of thn Human Mind."
i:.;n p.m. Minclia. Merinuu: '"The De
tructton oi Sodom.*'
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. R. Yusko, president.
-
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con.
cervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Solomcn Schiff
I Vulaj ">.:i' l> ni. Sntiirdaj B SO am
Sermon: "Abraham** l^egat-;

BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Max Shapiro-
Cantor Hyman Fine.
KVIrin.i vr. p.m. hVrmon: "The Rab-
bi Report Satu daj s l"i a.m
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1ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox Rabbi H. Louis Rottman
l'ii.1 j ", :n p.m Sal irda) 0 ;i m s- r-
vii ill, the .".. ml.1.1 of l-'.c
purlty" ___.___
BETH JACUU. 301-311 Washington
ve. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern
Cantor Maurice Mamchei.
i i .\ .'..:;o p.m. Suturda) 8:311 am
.-v.....: "ToRethe lie** and
Flai Mltxvah [.eon, *"n of Mr.
and Mi- Sam I' rlati In
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BETH KODESH. 11551 Quail Roost dr.
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
: ..! Mil 1) 9 LI
BETH TORAH. 16Jtn st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
chitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
,. ... > an i m Si nnon
||n to i trow Up ami Live Bi tti
dnj N i". .i m Bar !lt\ .ih:
Leonard, Ron of Mr and Mr*. Her-
man Peldman; M k on of Mr. and
Mi Joseph Prim e.
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Krlilu) S:15 pm. Sermon: ''Who is
H i-i. (i!...L. Shabbat honi Mr. and
Mr* Jacob Schiff In honor of theii
annlver> arj
OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. .1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
i Ida : I p m. Sermon: "Song
the SynnRoirui Saturday St-'1 a m
Sermon: "Portion nf the Week."
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Raobi Ger.iia ]
< Ida v :.'. [i Ser non : "Judalam'i ;
Solution to tin Problem of Fear and
Vinciet) Saturdaj a.m Bai Mlti
van: i.mm\ and Lory, twin non* of j
Mi .in.i Mm. Hurrj Danaky.
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON.
GREGATION. 555 W. 49th St.. Hia-
leah. Reform. Riuoi Marius R.-.nson.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Can-
tor Fred Bernstein.
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MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
KYIila) R:l.*i p m > i mon: "Expl i
Itibllcul Thoughta." Saturda) i a.m: ,
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025:
NE 183rd st. Miami Gardens rd. |
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham '
Reisman.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall I
dr., S Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodnrr
i-1 |di \ .-i" p m B< rmon: "How I
Should It. form Ji w i n a the ;
Sabbath?" Saturday 11:15 a.m. Ba*
Mltavah: Barbara, daughter of Mr.
mi Mr- Bernard Lash.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunil.ind
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Raobi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
I IE p.m. Sermon: "A Tribute
i, Chi lal .in !- idi ra of Vlalon.' < meg
Shabbat host: Sisterhood. Saturda)
10:30 a m Sermon: "The Vlalon of
Vbraham."
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz
PYldaj "." p.m. Saturdaj 9 a.m. Bar
Mltavah: Robert, aon of Mr. and Mra.
Walter Mealnar.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chan
ave. Liberal, eiabbi Leon Kronisti
Cantor Oavln Convlser.
Prldai R:lR p.m. Bermon: "la There
Hope foi the in."' Saturday 10:
a.m.

TEMPLE B'NAi SHOLOM. 16R00 Nv\
22nd ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry
B. Wernick.
H
GEMS OF WISDOM
Tlif ear tries MtOttb, ds the palate
tastes food. JOB.
*
Tlie ears are tlie gates to tlie
mind. m. ibn bsm
*
The mouth and tlie ear are a
and a fiddle; when the ear is
chut the mouth is mute. bialik.
* *
Whj s"f'' Thai i:
in the ear uhen
: .Jld.
- TAI MUD
*
;\!i singled out for
. ..ir.au re-
- i .
* I
; e.i' hear what
TALMUD.
* *
i : to formed that
I n sle p throi sound and
-i HNIT2ER.
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
. .u ;, M' Si rmon: "Emai > Bt
\ i'lea R< rtedli ni
a iii B ii Mltavah: Robi 11.
-,,i and Mr* Hemj Tava;
kid M md M Morrla
Con
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TEMPLE iSRMti. '37 NF. 19th at.
Reform. RabO' Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
. -. [i in. Sermon': "Prom 11 r
man Wouk to Adolf mchmann."
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
FYlda) 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Elchmann
Som< Leaaons We Should Learn
from h Ti lal." H iturda) I" "" < m.
Bar Mltavah Nell, son of Mr. and
. |i mai
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
], mi 1:15 p m Sermon: "Re*i Ivli g
.i Dead Language." Saturda] II a.m.

TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gombera.
Friday K:13 p.m Sermon: "Isaac- the
,..,, % of Si i Iflce." Saturday
i. i.n Bar Mltai ah: I 'ralg, >"n of
y.:- and Mi M\ a Sa\ ige

TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. WaMach.
! i l.iv j I'm. Si :.....mi: "Mil.i 1 J,"
TEMPLE TlrERETH JACOB. 851
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
mon : "Ml M" I h
. to Modern Man." Oneg Shab-
bal M 'i' -
hauni in honor of i dli
Sat unlay 9 a.m. Bermon:
"Portion of tin !
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TEMPLE ZAMORm. 44 Zamora ava.
Conservative.
Pr la) R:1J p.m. Sermon: "TVadltlon
an Change." b'.iturdaj >: r, a m. Bar
Mltavah Richard, aon of Mr. and
Mra. i.....nard SplegaL
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
1:30 p > mon: "Men or
Shabbal hoet: Mr and
Mra. .!-' Teltler in honor << new
non, Joel Saturdaj 9 I I a m \::ir
Miiz\ :!.. i- ond, aon of Mr. and
Seldler.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
i ni 8 i mon: "We May
i... \ Ih Lined of Abram, but are m iat
be I'm.mill of Abraham." Oneg s'laii-
bat host: Mr, and Mrs. Pelnbera, in
honor of their new born daughter.
Saturday D n m. Bermon: "is the Pul-
pit of the Lord Limited?"
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rahbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Prlda) R:l5 p.m Sermon: "History
is it Repeating it.-, if.'" Saturday 9
:i iii.
e^
VOUNO ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st at.
OrtnoCix. Raobi Sherwir rran !::-.: : .1..... : :."": 1. ..1..1 :! :i:"H
CANDIWGH71NG Tim
17 Heshvan 5:28 p.m.
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 WashlhQ 'all
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iii< i.i .1 re erent tl
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her cause, sun- ol hi i coun i VI in
pie, men as well as women iwing downthei
no let up in her actit
Take Lbfll day the delivered the Auembly ad Ii
she had been up until about three o'clock thai morning,
partly in bar offlea at the Israeli miaaion, partly in her
Mule .ii the Basex He use, putting tba final touchea i>n the
ach By B '.'.a m ihe was back at !!) missionfor th..-
usual morning with the entire delegation. An hour later,
.she was in the Assembly.
Her ipoacb had been expected to take 90 minutes She
polished it ofl in a little more than half the time. She took
the greetings, kisses, huge and congratulations outside tne
auditorium in her firm, steady stride. It was Israel that
was being applauded u Ear ai ihe a- concerned
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. Jta pr;*?- prj la 1 1 -
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'- iu*aj*: : : ant Astez. -

AMERICAN ECHOES :!
A Lemon
Now and Then
O;; M.ST BE SAD Sr Firvi H-j'f. 114 99-
He. Yrtc. D^bl*Sr S3.9S
POPULAR NOVELIST ?;--.-
tad tl -
. a ba m tt is so g
> be-
a .- tax as M, Hurst
he* --.-: u> or -
::; "-'- take
.-* il .- :..'
-
read baa public
Basieafi) the (tor) d two ba .'.-lor
and
rk 1 -..-..- ton and ui
tery ol Aaae Rea**.-: tie non-Jewish
'.:.'.; ace td ">- d her
-: timid daughter Melank :. Mffen
'.r yean ol Fehz'i hatred raets bar oara
-'*'i~ marriage Li-'..:- ., tba rtoty j' ^elma.
and taiiriag *ho puie? for Pel
MTbi bardl) red We that
: in the book
mm nue '.' the jpaa ol Ume embraced by
- '.- -. <:*; a,..
The reader, in
- r A right thai
..*. rould
pie .." I
Be S result is

T
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have l
E

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.
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I
then. Aj

Panorama:
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.:.:.-;- al Bad t '.-' -
- ion of the '.' -
r* -'.i- &-: .
.. bout $15 -::zz the T
I -^ram Heel al the 1:- .
asaaatf is matted at p*T=j>-"r
-
- la fact :-ir. 5
- f pt
'. tl
expen
Li'rr the em?l
meal TJm expert

' : .- alfaaa bmu t I
I r;c i- a beatenew .
--. expe:
stance Program 1
-. oaaged in u
Off ffie Record*
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
The Psychological View
THERE WAS A t;rr.e -
Jewish defer.se orgaruzi:.
r: for arui-Sfc."nite5 uac rugi
and cradle* Fortunately the ell
the inajutij has largely changed for
lews and the :rer.d in thosf ts n
is to turn to peripheral issues in
- of course have a profound stak
The pendulum now is in the apposite dt<
which, I am afraic. has now rr.,
at where "here is a dangerous shying asray b
malaiseat il anto-Seaaitiam -.^ere a dirty word
Yj-r.i r... !._n.5 smash Jewish windows -
painl anti-Jewish slogans
ip; and the:r acts are
- m almos
- >ntmei ts m ai
-
st parents. sc -...
-

gainst

a of the i
-
1
Sb iting am -Semitisi
iber of visits
topulatioo
. -: Jew thei
U in of Jeu
is of <
- .
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
He Wrote a Book to be Writer of a Book
AS SOME CP

V
I EH
11
.
Some good are
who have resi I the temptation. I don't believe
that anyone should er the (act thai not
written j book. but for f.
you too may write one, It is a commonplace that there :,
j book in every man
A famous rabbi a a- urged to publish bia termons, but
rejected the idea. "What will happen'" he asked, "it I
write a book'"
9 >me good Jew after the Sabbath kugel will pick it
up and proceed to fall asleep."
However. I must say this does not apply in my case.
Dr. Hillel Seidman, of the Jewish Day-Morning Journal,
.. ;ka Latkes"
he didn't n -
- have enjoye
aj that 1 haven't ha
- say a person of (
som< thing 1 wrou in
anted from the H--1-
ik so, Well. I was right. It is found u
29. There we are told Ol the
pointmei ts mad,' by King David, li ia quite ai
Liiapier despite the fact that it is mostly names.
re Is mention of 4.01K) "with instruments I P
the Lord If you think the Philharmonic is some
tra. read this chapter.
Alter the part dealing with the musicians, we are WW
of other appointments. One man to head the vinos,ira>
another the olive plantations and then towards the botto
we come to the passage. "As the keeper of the herda
the valley, Shafat, the son of Adlai."
I don't know whether this has any symbolic referent,
to the United Nations, although they are pretty much in
the valley just now. and most of us hope with possioiy
Adlai's help, it will get out of the rut.


Fiidcry, October 27, 1961
* Jen tst fkridftatr-
Page 13-A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
. r desiring to i ngagi
bi.siness under the fictitious i ime
i SHI >N PAIR 1 RE8S SHl >P ;:
ii i i: (I Road, Miami, F7i :-i ..-
I ..-:-said ami W th the
i t Cln nil < Joui t of I >ad<
i i Plorl >a.
MATILDA FELDSTE1N
SHIRLEY WH1TCUP
S. > IH IS i
10 6-18-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
| iTICE rfi HEREBY GIVEN that
II lersii i i i. desli Ing to nsra
under the fictitious nami
(! STATE LIQUORS #6, INC., al
I-- N.W 7th Avenue, Miami in-
:, register Bald name with the
i ... of th. Circuit Court i I i >ad<
( ounty, Florida.
Mi'SAM CORP
m i.. Copperman, President
HARRY ZUKBRN4CK, Attorney
421 Lincoln Road
Miami Fenih, Fla.
10/20-2". 11/3-1" 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
derslgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious n.inie of
SILVER OF MIAMI at ;'."'. N.W. 2nd
\\. : .. Miami, Ha, intend to reg-
i-t,i -..iii name with the Clerk of the
i i- Coun of Dade County, Florida.
IRA SILVER
I VELYN SILVER
Bi le < 'in rs
10/20-27, 11 1-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I ndersigned, desiring to engage in
i -- under the flctll lous nami
I 'ATE LIQUORS #5, INC., at
Way. Miami Intends to
!.- i : nami with thi Cli
. rcuit C iurt of Dade Count
i
\: >SAM c IRP.
By: M 1. Ci>pi>( "" n, I -i dent
RY BUKERNICK, Atl
'.
Ha.
-
i
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
fcrM'
IN Ti-E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE CC.NTV,
FLORIDA. i\ PROBATE
No. 54133 B
IN Rl Estate ol
STONE
I -<
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
; and All P< i
Demai Against Said
, '' arejshen bj not If i il .> nd I
Ml ti esent any rlalms a nd di -
avi againsl
I stall of ill Vl'NCEY STi iNE
l iti of l lade County, Floi -
'oui t> Judgi :' I >.ui.
C intj am fill I hi same In duplicate
and .is provided in Section ''.". f6,
in
>un-
ndar
first
will
IStll
nil
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< TICE IS 1 GIVEN I
.. ti engagi .:.
undi i ::, fictitii nami ol
Y SALON at 6511
- | ::-
register said i with the <
..
-
. -. 27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
11 ir.dersigned.de! n agi 11
i : the fictitious nami
>RE CAND RS -.. >RPS
| INDIES, TROPIC GEM at
: : N W 79th Stn i t, v
ter said names with th,.
i vl thi Circuit Court i f 1 'adt
i mty Plorl
'. >'K.\ LEE CAN! UES, INC.
VNER& MANNHEIMER
. ; Laura Lee Candles, Inc.
10 13-20-27, 11 '3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 54121-B
IN RE Bstati Of
AARON PADBM
i i.-i-il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
ti. present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of AARON FADEM deceased late
of Dads County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
the same in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
n.i. within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hen of, or the same will be barred.
HARRY FADEM
Administrator
F.DWARD H. LEVIN
\tti rney for Administrator
1 CongTesi Building
m ami I, Pla.PR :-i2n6
27 11 8-11
N 'HE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
E.EVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLCR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV IN CHANCERY.
NO. 61C -0863
I ZINGS BANK
W V' IRK a New V
.
CE OF S_ _
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v. .:
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; Texas
!BY NOTIFIED thai
'...- : -
- ." CGf :< !'
. N I RK In thi
mbi g thi
bi i roperty, t wit:
17 .....i, SEi IN] ADDI-
Ti \' TO SI RR M1RADA a< -
Ing the i lat thi n ', :
rded Plal I .-, at pagi -
rei rd f Dade < oun-
Ida;
'i Bethel .. Ith:
?as Wall Heaters; Range Subur-
n i iven Bi lA. B Unit 7;;i
FVjod Center Nutone; Hood and Pan
Nutom Vi m tian Hiinds;
aril you ..r. r.- swer with :::. Clerk of the Circuit
I if Dade County, Florida, at thi
Ci irthouse in Miami, Florida, on or
: <-: ;t. '.'.'I.'., and to servi
py ol h answer upon DAVID
AT8MAN, Plaintiff's attorn..,.
whi addn u Is 1 Ith Floor at 101
Btreet, Miami 12, Flor-
al date,
?bj I:.. LAws i f Florida. If
to ',. | a,, mplalnt *!!]
l). by you and a
' Pri onfesso will bi i ii
. r th,. ielii I At ?

DA" th day of October
B. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Cln nit I ade County. I
fsei K M I.V.MAN,
Uty Clerk
DP T9MAN
lth noor at 101 E. Flagler St.
Miami '62, Florida
NOT'CE UNDER
F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS IVEN thai

fictitious
HINj" CITY l.i'.- .
S v. gth Stn : Mian I
I Btl ',..-
Itrl [thi I .. .-

< )( '/ \ <. & SCI
Attorn' ys for A.....nl
. I -20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi indersigned, desiring to engagi In
. bs under the fictitious namel 'I
THE GASLIGHT INN at number BSs
S.W. :>7th Avenue in the City of Mi-
ami. Florida, and STATE LIQUORS
at S8S 8.W. .".7th Avenue in the city
of Miami, Florida Intends to register
th. said names with the Clerk of trie
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
Dated at Miami Reach, Florida, this
19th day of October, 1961.
MOSAM CORP.
By: M. L. Coppurman, President
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, Fia.
10/27, 11/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 54187- B
IN RE Bstati "I
N m iMl LEbUWODER
i .- i i i
NOT CE TO CREDITORS
T< A ton and All Pi rsi r.s H
aim* or I
You are herebj I i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 10541
SHIRLEY MAP: VBG v

. VEGA,
SLIT FOR D'VCRCE
.- i.i ve ;a

: :.;. n Nl 1
':'.... thai t Bill
re-
ol ir Answer
I ; i'. mi ,.i n-
. n t' n'tifi Atl Tni >. ROGER
ii EDWARDS 7 Ri South
i Lhi ol Iginal
Vnswei i : Pli ..i! in- .'. I ;n ol fii i i '
lerk of the Circuit Court oi
befon the '-v; day ol November, IMI
l! you fail to do so, Judgment by de-
ls ill will b< taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
i Complaint.
This nulici shall be published one.
each week for four consecutive wet ks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 3rd day of October A.D
1961.
E. B, LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: HELEN KEK.SLER
Deputy Ckrk
ROGER H. EDWARDS
7j00 Red Road
South Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORiDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 10524
PATRICIA HICKMAN,
Plaintiff,
Vs
ALL.YN HICKMAN.
'
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I Ipridu Statutes, in thi ii
thi nl Court house In I 'ade i
ty. k.i rida, Ithin -i\ cat
montl.- fn m thi time !" the
n hTeof, or the same
u b !: .
Dated al Miami, Florida, ini>
da\ of '. Il bl I A.I'. 1961.
s LOIS MICHAELS
Ai Executrix
Firsi publication of this notice
the 27th day of l ictober, 1961
NELSON a. 8PIELVOGEL
Attorni ys for Bxecutrix
4"7 Lincoln Read
10/27, 11/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th. undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MANNEQUINS BY ROBBIE LYNN
at 1095 E. 15th street, lll.ileali. Flor-
ida Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of tin Clicult Court of Dade
i'eninis, Eli rlna,
Rl IBBIE LYNN. INC
.. Florida corporation
If*-. E. 15th St.. Hlaleah, Fla
ALBERT I. ROSEN
Attorne; I Robbli i > nn, Inc.
940 LIni oln !:! Miami I'.. .i< !i. Fla.
1" 27, ID!
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
* Mn iii ffortrdttdrtf
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate y<*ur
patronage atad tjuaranlee
accurale service at legal
rates .
EH til Fit 3-1605
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
'' Ni rth Si eel
N. w Y. : i;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FwCR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COLNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 10552
R '. S BANK I IK THE
\ F NEW YORK,
I :
RAHAM -:
V1 w BISBAUM,
: i
NOTICE OF SUIT
SBAUM
fit Id A vi
hi nols
v I, .. .
action hi been I
Mituti alnst you n th< t'l
of he Judii lal i "Ire ill of Flor-
I >..iii County to f
agi upon th. follow Ins
i. :.: .. property:
Lot il Bli i k SO, ci iRAL WAY
VILLAGE, SECTION A, PART 5,
ai rdlns to the plal thereof, re-
cord) I In i':.' Booh 65, at Page
17, of th. Public Records of D.....
County. Florida.
Tou are required to file your an-
swer ti plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk nf the aforesaid Court, ami
serve a copy thereof upim plaintiff's
attorn, y MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor
Dade Federal Building, Miami 3'J.
Florida, not later than November 6,
1961, or a Deeree Pro Confesso will
be entered against you.
Dated at -Miami, Florida, this :inl
day of October. 1961.
E. It LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: E. H. LAN WAY
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
nth Ploor Lade Federal Building
Miami 3:'. Florida
1O/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nami of
PRESCRIPTION I'El.lVEHY SERV-
ICE at 2425 Southwest 79th C
Miami. Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of bade County, World*.
LESLIE Ki'NKNTHAI.
LEWISON AND FREED
Attorni ys
10/1S-2O-3" '. 1 3
notice under
Fictitious name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
i ii inder the fictitious name of
BOl'LFTVARD HEALTH SALON at
Rlscayne Blvd., Miami intends
ti reKlstel said name with the lerk
i i nit i 'milt of I 'aile I ''Hit >.
Ida
\ m VRY DEAVER
in 18-20 27 II 3
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
s iii:i:i:i'-v niVEN -hat
: :. desiring i< eitga- in
i ih.- flctltloni na......f
w S TEXACl SERVIC
. ni Blvd Intend to regl r
. Clerk of thi
ol Dadi County, Floi
tiSEPH \ V \LENT1
REW G. SHIELDS
HRISTIE
Atl ppllcanl
10 13- 0 '

ed to present any cli ,..-..
"'Mam: tt I .-
late Li : '
:

n Section 7
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Estati :
N '...'.' I

IM THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH jUD:CIAL CIRCUIT .N
AND FOR DADE COLNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. eiC 11370
JEAN ROGOW,
- 1 lalntlff,
t B,
uEi.'H ;i: rh'-.i 'W.
1 fendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: GEORGE ROGt '"
13SS Rittei hi se Btn et, N W.
Washington, D.C.
l.i. ,.; i;km NOTIFIED that
a Complaint foi Dlvorci
... nst y a, at i >"
ed ti servi a opj < I your ai
ntiff's attorrw V1N <
.\" i ....

N mber,
' I
TE1 al &4tl
-. !
ourt
(seal By: i I Nl ::r:.
10,13-20-27, il/3
.1 .7. 11/3-10-17
against you ire re-
ed 1 .. r Ai
_ I
... ...... ..
lie* is. :
file thi
thi

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N -
the reliel
i .
live wi
.
I, ih!s I Caj : 'Ctober. A.D
1 .
:: HERMAN
t >\ 1
ELEN '
k
ML.1 BTERS
213 N.l
- I .
for Plaintiff
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 10537
JAMES ANDERSON,
Plaintiff,
AMANDA ANDERSON,
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
YOU AMANDA AM 1720
N W In Av, Miami. Florida, are
i fii a ti vi opy of your
ti Dlvorci ::nt filed
; :.- .." : ni >
GEi :. N W, 7th
with
day of
:
: 'ATI obi
'
::da
-. .. i !. P ID,
Deputy .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA iN PROBATE
No. 541C7-C
IN RE Estati of
JOSEPHINE PEARSON,
1 eceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti AH editor* and All Pi > ns Ha> -
- or i i n i- Aga nst Sa
late:
You are hen
.
. )...\. agali tl
HINE PF7ARSON
I
Judges of 1
. ..: In thi
Be
' i.
n:hi the 1


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10-27,1
IN T"E C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT Or
FLOF.iDA IN AND FOR DADE
COLNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 9828
.!. ERE1 SAVINGS AND 1 IA
ASSi :.\" |l >N,

vs.
CHARLES Ft H-SOM, JR., and
PAT* Y ii ILSOM, his wife,
and s a GRIMALDI,
! :. d nts.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti >: CHARLES Ei il.si >M, JR an
PATSY FOLSOM, his wife
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
You are rureby notified that the
abovt eai'tioned action has been in-
stituted against you in the Circuit
Court of the Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida in and for Dade County to for--
. lose a mortgage upon the following
il.s.ril.ed real property:
Lot 16, Block 21 First Addition to
MYRTLE (1ROVE, according to tho
Flat thereof recorded In Plat Rook
r.7 at Page I of the Public Records
of Dade County, Florida,
You .ir.- required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk "f the aforesaid Court, ajid
servi .i copy thereof upon pluintlff's
attorney, MARTIN f*inf:, nth PI.....
Dade Pederal Building. Miami -'-'.
Ida, not later than November '.'1st.
lOfl], or .. Deorse Pro Confesso will
b< i tered af alnst you.
Datl 6 Octobl r 13. 1961.
r i. LEATHERMAN, clerk
ill Co irt, Dadi County, Florl > \
I \ HELEN KESb'LER
Deputy cierk
: INE
ntiff
Ith 1 !' di ral B il i
i
10/20--T. 11 S-10
.
l\T- C RCt'-CO.F- Cr "-E
ELE\EN-- ^ C'CIAL C RCUIT CF
FLCR.C* "> ANO FOR DADE
CCi\TV IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 11026
PRANCES 1. 'AH AULD,
..
\s
WILLIAM TYLER AULD,
D fendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: WILLIAM TYLER AULD
Wi st isth Stn si
Houstc.n, Texas
J ;' are HEREBY required to
-,:., .. copj of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint for ci upon
the Plalntlff'i atl >rney, PAUL KWIT-
ni:y. 121 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
:.d file th. original in thi
l of the < li rk ef thi CI
#.>. fi r i >ade i
: :
:
t Di ay be i
' .
6th
.-.: ^N
SN
' .. .. I K
KWITNBY
.- .da
NO~iCE UNDER
FICTIT OUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY tilVEN I
. desli Ins i ngage in
the fictitious nami of
ni .-. M'lN'i; 8ERVICE it
.. \\ .iii stn et in the
Florida intendi
nan Ith the Clerk
"ourt of l '"' I !ountj.

r di this i"'U
. t octobi
'.rs zitis
M BS & R1TTER
.- t St., Miami, I
. anl
n, ii s-io
NOTICE UNDER
= CT;TlOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
. ,., e gned desiring to engage in
Ii the fictitious name of
IT FOOD STORES at 67SO S.W.
w.n.ie intend to register si.nl
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Dade < 'oun'ty, Florida.
DERNARD C.EISERMAN
THEODORE1YES
SIPN1 Y EPW -N'SiiN
." Applicants
.. Trust Bidg.
10/20-27. 11/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
- CTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'' desiring to engage in
th- fictltlou! nami >l
INDLNG al 301 N.W
Miami, Florida in! I
I name with the Clerk
nt of Dade County.
-i; ,
': CORP,
. ., 'opperman, I i esldent
ERNICK
\. aarn Corp.
Miami Beach. Fla.
H-. 5-18-10-27


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by ISABEL GROVE
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Gilson, of 3003 Indian Creek dr.. enjoy-
ing California so much they have extended their stay and won't
commit themselves to a return date They're visiting nephew
Bert C of fey aid family, and Bert's father. I. J. Coffey. of Rich-
i ml. Calif. .. This is the first time they've seen the Coffey off-
spring, Vicki, 10. Mitchell, 8. and Colin. 2 ... Dr. Gilson was
a prominent oral surgeon in New York City He and his Lee
have li\ed in Mia mi for the past 10 years .
Back from six months in their Los Angeles apartment are
Sarah and Jerry Sugarman, now settling into their winter home
Oil Treasure fsLand California is where the two precious
s i ,,ii r. ,m knc iren are. and visits to Mexico. Sin Diego and
Disneyland were planned for them and enjoyed in their company
. Several trips to Las Vegas were "for a! and one
weekend coincided with the excursion of a planeload j: Miamians
Morris Lansburgh brought to the desert town Gave the Sugar-
mans a chance to ;ncet many of their friends from Dale county.
among them Mickey (Milton) Kraus, who remind.:! them to be
here in time for the cocktail party he and wife, Yvette, are giving
Sunday at their home on Adams ave. in honcr of daughter, Nikki,
and fiance, Jaclc Press Will be a gay afternoon Mai Malkin
is deserting the Eden Roc for the day. so he and his men can
fdl the air with music.
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cloth for the wedding breakfast following the marriage of Evelyn
Bramblett and Dr. Gordon Neil Gerson in the garden of her home
in Darien, Ga., last week Against this charming background,
the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Ethel Schonfeld Gerson, of Coral
Gables, looked charming in a peau de soie and lace dress in
caramel with matching accessories What passed for a hat
was merely a oouf of maline resting lightly on her lovely red
hair Sister-in-law Beryl (Mrs. Abe) Schonfeld, of Miami Beach,
attractive in a brocade green and gold theatre suit Husband
Abe. happily busy with his camera, took dozens of pictures of the
newiyweds and their guests, to be enjoyed for years to ccme.

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Section B
That rarity, a native Floridian. Mrs. Martha Ziek, was wel-
comed back from a five-month trip abroad with a cocktail party
on Sunday at tbe home of her brother and sister-in-law, the Sonny
Nehams, of Cherokee ave. ... An inveterate traveler, she's plan-
ning to stay put now for the entire winter .
Home from a visit to Israel and a long, restful Mediterranean
cruise are Gert and Louis Pallot Somewhere along the way.
they met E. Albert Pallot, who was also "doing" the continent .
A long way from home is Dr. Michael Coulton, son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. Coulton, 2775 SW 29th ave. Stationed at the Sculthorpe
RAF Hospital ui England, one of his sightseeing jaunts recently
took him to th? Edinburgh Castle in Scotland during the Edin-
burgh International Festival .
The coincidence of a convention being held close to hometown
i> the happy lot of Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman, 375 SW 20th rd. .
Torah Fund chairman of the Southeast area of the National Wom-
en's League of the United Synagogue of America, she's leaving for
the eighth biennial Torah Fund conference on Friday, to be held
in Hartford, Conn. Her former home is West Hartford .
Rhea Cashman Gladwin, past president and founder of the
Women's Division Chamber of Commerce of Surfside. Bal Har-
bour and Bay Harbor Islands, attended the seventh annual meet-
ing of the Southeastern region of Women CC in Savannah. Ga., a
tew weeks ago Will just about unpack and then start to pack
again for the next conference, which will be in Atlanta.

Whirlwind of social activity at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald (Felice) Schwartz, of 7320 SW 123rd st. Tuesday night,
it will be a cocktail reception for Zvi Eadan. Israel's new Consul
for Economic Affairs here, and his wife Among the guests
will be the Akiva Goffers he's the director of Zim Israel Lines
Southeastern office Next plans will revolve around the annual
Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center dinner to be held in
November at the Kings Bay Yacht Club Felice is chairman
of that, so there'll be innumerable planning coffees for her com-
mittee Anytime left over. Felice will give to Gerry, who's
working on publicity for her sisterhood at Temple Beth Am and
their dinner with Rep. Dante Fascell. also in November Don't
know how the Schwartzes manage, but they're also active in PTA
. Felice is an assistant den mother, and Gerry is co-chairman of
the pack committee for Palmetto school This helps keep
them in close contact with the activities of their three children,
Gary, Gregg and Wendy.
Although the chuckwagon parly being planned by the Women's
Auxiliary of the Miami Opera Guild won't be held until spring, it
will, happily, inspire many coffees and luncheon meetings for the
group occupied with the details of the function Last week.
Sally Kappcl discussed initial plans with Ingrid (Mrs Seymour)
Fine, Ivan (Mrs. Neil) Miller, and Mrs. Emil Friedlander Mrs.
Hans Hannau displayed some of the cute invitation ideas she had
in mind .. Since no definite decisions were made, the group will
meet again in January for tea at the home of Mrs. William Morris,
Sunset Island 1.
With the Temple Beth Sholom Bar Mitzvah dinner rapidly ap-
proaching, members cf the women's committee are busy com-
pleting final arrangements for the event which will take place at
the Eden Roc hotel on Sunday evening Florence Nadler. chair-
man of the committee, recently met with Mrs. Clara Denner, Mrs.
Marshall Feuer, Mrs. Harold Granoff, Mrs. Murray Herlands, Mrs.
Harvey E. Kramer, Mrs. Maury Olinick, Mrs. Edward Rcth, Mrs.
Fay Ruddy, Mrs. Philip Schlissel. Mrs. Ethel Shapiro, Mrs. Joseph
Shawmut, Mrs. Louis F. Snetman, Mrs. Irving Westin and Mrs.
Harold Wollc.
Left to right are Mesdames Norman Chasin, Miami chapter,
vice president of membership; Murray Taylor, Hollywood
chapter, membership chairman; Maurice Cahn, Miami Beach,
chapter, vice president, membership; and Oscar Sindell, re-
gional vice president. They are shown at Biscayne blvd. and
5th St., as the City of Miami renames the boulevard Hadas-
sah blvd. in honor of the presently-ongoing Hadassah Golden
Jubilee membership campaign.
Mizrachi Will Add New Units
Two new groups are now in for-
mation in the Greater Miami Wom-
en's Mizrachi Organization. They
will be named the Coral Gables
and the Business and Professional
groups.
According to Mrs. Alfred Stone,
these units will be added to the
local organization's roster, which
currently includes these chapters:
Miami Beach, Dov, Hatikvah, and
Kinneret.
More than 1,000 delegates, repre-
senting 50.000 Mizrachi Women
from every section of the country
will meet at the forthcoming an-
nual convention of the organization
in Boston, Mass. The convention
begins on Sunday, Oct. 29, and will
last for four days. Headquarters
are in the Somerset hotel in Bos-
ton.
The convention will celebrate 36
years of Mizrachi service to Israel.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel.
Ogden Reid. will accept Mizrachis
America Israel Friendship Award.
Sharing the speakers' platform dur-
ing the convention sessions will be
Sen Kenneth B. Keating (Rep
N.Y.)
Mrs. Stone,
ordinator for
represent the
convention.
who is Mizrachi co-
Greater Miami, will
organization at the
Plan Tiiereth Jacob Party
Mrs. Jack Wilco, membership
vice president of Temple Tifereth
Jacob Sisterhood, said this week
that plans are now being formulat-
ed for a paid-up membership party
Women of the Hialeah Miami
Springs and Greater Miami areas
are invited to join the group which
is affiliated with the United Syna-
gogue of America and its auxiliary,
the National Women's League.
Beth David Ladies
Spot Sight Opera
Beth David Sisterhood turns its
program spotlight on culture w I
It presents "A Night With tiw
Operas" on Sunday. Nov. 19, at
Spector Hall, 2625 SW 3rd ave.
Dr. Arturo di Filippi. executive
director Of the Greater V. J
Optra Guild. Will supervise the rau-
presentatlon, which begins at
8 p.m.
"It marks the lirst time a pr.v
gram oi this type will be presenl I
in any synagogue in the area." Dr.
di Filippi said.
Highlight of the program will be
-The Old Maid and the Thief." a
one-act opera by Menotti. Other
presentations include the final
scene of Act I of "La Boheme," by
Puccini: the spinning-wheel scene
from "Martha," by von Flotow;
and the quartet from Act IV of
"Rigioletto," by Verdi.
Dr. Paul Csonka and Chartes
Richard, well-known in Miami mu-
sic circles, arc the directors.
Starring in the production will !>.*
Ruth Williams, mezzo soprano;
Virginia Engelbnght, soprano; and
Ramon Garcia, baritone. In the
supporting cast will be members
of the Greater Miami Opera Guild.
Mrs. Julien Balogh, herself a
well known concert violinist, is
musical chairman of the Sister
hood event. Mrs. Richard Herold
is ticket chairman, with Mrs. Her-
bert Levin as co-chairman.
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Pioneer Women
Have Seminar ^
Greater Miami Council of Pionear
Women held its third annual lead-
ership training seminar on Tue;
day at the Algiers hotel. Work-
shops on Pioneer Women's work in
Israel were planned by Mrs. Abra-
ham Seltzer and Mrs. Marion
Meyer, co-chairmen.
Reports from the recent natio-
nal biennial convention of Pioneer
Women in Pittsburgh, Pa. were
given by Mrs. Milton Green, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Council.
Highlights from tha larger na-
tional board were presented by
Mrs. Leo Goldman, vice president
of Council of Pioneer Women, and
member of the national executive
board.
Other reports were presented by
Mesdames Moses Meyer, Isaac
Pushkin, Leah Notkin, Jacob Raf-
fel, William Beckwith. Sam Davis.
Louis Victorhaus, Marvin Copen-
hagen, Ann Chaet. Fanny Levine
and Milton. Kessler.
Mrs Fred Sandier offered the
invocation preceding the brunch,
and Mrs. Frances Packer sang a
group of musical selections.
Among guests and honorees at the Israel Bas
Mitzvah dinner Saturday night sponsored by
the Women's Division for Israel Bonds were
leading dignitaries of the community and dis-
tinguished nationally-known celebrities. In
photo at left, seen in conversation at a recep-
tion preceding the dinner are (frcm left) County
Commissioner Charles "Chuck" Hall and Mrs.
Hall, Miss Ilka Chase, Jack A. Cantor, chair-
man of the board of governors of the Israel
Bond Organization, and Mrs. Cantor. In photo
at right are (from left) Ira Hirschmann, r.o'ei
financier and diplomat, who was guest km
er; Mrs. Jcc!: Ka-zmcn, chairman of the Israel
Bond Women's Division and of the dinner, and
Mr. and Mrs. lack S. Popick. (See Page 4-3.)


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Beach Hadassah Chapter to Hold Capsule
Conference on '50 Years of Building'
Coming to take part in the an-
nual Miami Beacii chapter of Ha-
dassah capsule conference will be
Mrs. Philip Kroskin, of Norfolk, j
Va. Born in Johannesburg, South
Africa, and reared by parents who '
v ere leaders in Jhe Zionist jnove-1
merit, sHe"TTas""sTud1Cd," traveled
and participated in every branch !
ol this movement.
Mrs. Kroskin's varied experi-
ences in Israel, in Hadassah work,
and in the Jewish community have
equipped her to speak authorita-
tively on "Fifty Years of Build-
in?" before the Miami Beach!
chapter capsule conference lunch-
ecn gathering on Monday at the
Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Natnan Barth, executive
vice president of the Miami Beach
chapter cf Hadassah. who is chair-
Mrs. Richman
To be Speaker
Mrs. Thelma Richman, president
of the national Women's Division
of the American Jewish Congress,
w ill address Beth Torah on Friday
evening, Nov. 3, in commemora-
tion of the nationwide observance
ol American Jewish Congress
Month. The service begins at 8:30
p.m.. and will be conducted by Rab-
bi Max A. Lipschitz and Cantor
Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum.
Mrs. Richman, of Philadelphia,
has served as an official observer
tor the World Jewish Congress at
the deliberations of the United Na-
tions Commission on the Status of
Women. She served as chairman
of the Cultural Commission at the
plenary sessions of the World Jew-
ish Congress in Stockholm, Sweden,
in 195S. and has spoken in England,
Scotland and Ireland.
Mrs. Fichman has made numer-
ous visits to Israel, many in con-
nection with the Louise Waterman
Wise Vouth Center in Jerusalem.
On the national scene, as presi-
dent oi '.he AJC Women's Division
since 3256, Mrs. Richman has
played a key role in the planning
and development of American
Jewish Congress programs aimed
at defending civil liberties.
man of the conference, has plan-
ned for five workshops to be con-
ducted from 10 a.m. to 12 noon
under the title of "Knowledge is
Power."
Participating in the education
workshop are,.Mrs. Sanford Jacpb.-
sbn and Miss Marguerite Marx.
Mrs. Dorothy K. Fink will discuss
"American Affairs."
Leadership session panelists will
include Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais,
Mrs. Henry Wernick and Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin. Participants in the.
membership workshop will be Mrs.
Maurice Cahn. Mrs. Betty Feurer.
Mrs. Oscar Sindell and Mrs. Jos-
eph Sugerman.
In the fund raising session, under
the coordination of Mrs. Irving
Westin. will be Mrs. Meyer Gold-
en. Mrs. Joseph Mazo. Mrs. Sam-
uel T. Sapiro, Mrs. Philip Kaplan.
Mrs. Sol Siiverman. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Alpert.
Program workshop, under the
direction of Mrs. Barnett Becker-
man, will present a musical skit.
"Tell Me Mr. Fix." with the fol-
lowing Hadassah players in the
cast: Mrs. Eva M. Blum. Mrs
Hadassah Fassler, Mrs. Elsie Her-
man. Mrs. Ann White. Mrs. Helen
Zuckerbraun. ar.d Mrs. Bertha
Barnett.
Hadassah. the women's Zionist
organization of America, is now
celebrating its Golden Jubilee. Its
program of health, research in the
field of medical science, vocation-
al training and rescue work has
been made possible by a member-
ship of 318.000 women. Miss Lil-
lian Goodman, president of the
Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah.
this week called for "a thousand
more members from this area."
In charge of reservations for the
luncheon is Mrs. Elizabeth Krivit-
zin, 1835 Daytonia rd. Mrs. Ann
Melnick is arrangements chair-
man.
Member Tea Slated Wednesday
Temple Menorah Sisterhood's coming events,
"member bring a member" tea
will be held at the home of Mrs.
Leonard J. Solomon, 793G Biscayne
pt. ci., Wednesday at 1 p.m.
Entertammcnt will include a
fashion show, "Calendar Girls on
Revue." portraying Sisterhood's
Membership chairman is Mrs.
Irving Laibson. Program chairman
i- Mrs Herbert Kaplan. In charge
of decorations is Mrs. Joseph Feld-
man, and Mrs. Marge Blisiein is
director and commentator. Mrs.
Pay Morse is Sisterhood president.
MRS. PHILIP KROSKIN
Bikur Cholim
Annual Dinner
Mrs. I\dia Shenkin. president ot
the Bikur Cholim of the Israelite
Center, announces the annual din-
ner will be held Sunday, 5 p.m..
al the Center.
Mrs. Fannie Gorman. Mrs. Elsie
Eisner pnd Mrs. Esther Richman
are co-chairmen.
Mrs. Eeth Steinberg and Mrs.
Elsie Ksresh are in charge of
tickets.
The Lucille Grimmes Roaring
Twenties Tots and Teens will en-
tertain. Max Garshag is in charge
ot entertainment.
Mizrachi Plans
Special Party
Mizrachi Women's Organization
of America recently reached a new
milestone with the formation of its
newest chapter. Kinneret, here in
Miami.
Mrs. Alvin Levenson. president,
this week invited "younger ma-
trons" of the Southwest-Westches-
ter-South Miami areas to affiliate
with the organization, which helps
the many thousands of homeless
children in Israel.
| "The 36-year-old history of the
; organization is more than a record
' of achievement in the fields of
j academic, religious, vocational and
J agricultural education, child re-
' storation and Youth Aliyah work.
I social service and social welfare
activities," she said. "It is as well
| the history of aid to the spiritual
reconstruction of Israel."
A member-bring-a-member "Muu
Florida Branch
In Meeting Here
Florida Branch of the National
Women's League of the United
Synagogue of America was to hold
a "Reciprocity Day" on Thursday.
10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., at Temple
Beth Torah.
Mrs. William Dickson, vice pres-
ident of Florida Rranch. was to
preside. Mrs. Martin Smith was
to be in charge of workshops, and
Mrs. Herbert Elkin, program
chairman.
Guest speaker was to be Mrs.
William Epstein, national Braille
chairman of the National Council
of Jewish Women.
Members of these SisterhooH>
were to be represented at the
function:
Beth Torah. B'nai Israel of St.
Petersburg, Dade Heights Jewish
j Congregation. Temple Emanu-F.l
; of Lakeland, Temple Emanu-El of
j Miami Beach. Temple Israel of
; Orlando, Israelite Center, Temple
Israel of Daytona Beach. Jackson-
ville Jewish Center. Temple Men-
orah. Ohev Sholom of Orlando.
Rodef Sholom of Tampa. Shaare
Tzedek of Puerto Rico.
Also Temple Sholom of Pompano
Beach. Temple Sinai of Hollywood.
Southwest Jewish Center. Tifereth
Jacob of Hialeah. Congregation
Yehudah Moshe. Temple Zamora
of Coral Gables, and Temple Zion
of West Miami.
Mrs. Harry Levitt, of Hollywood,
is president of the Florida Branch.
Beth Shirah Sisterhood
Temple Beth Shirah Sisterhood
will hold a costume Harvest Ball
dance on Saturday evening, Nov.
4, in Sunniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie
hwy. Mrs. David Steinberg is chair-
man of the event which will include
a live orchestra.
Muu" party will be held in the
home of Mrs. Emory Green. 1820
SW 84th ave.. on Monday night. A
I weekend for two at the Ritz-Plaza
: hotel will be awarded.
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Friday. October 27
Council Divisions To Meet Wednes,
Cr.e .: the highlights ;: the '.srze'. Zzs Mitxvah
c.r.r.e: heid iat Saturday night z: th Fob-
:c.-e;.e:_ bold ur.de: -spire's z: me Wom-
en s rcr Israel Bcr.ns mat z re:eor.y
fecturec by me lighting :: a I34nill>l lf|] Men-
c:ch. Cor.du":r.g the cereMOV wai Rabbi
.''.eye: Ateamouriti c: Temple Mooorafa as-
=-=-e: by Mrs Sanaa*! T Set:." Candies
v.-ere ^: by 12 wcrner. *.-.; -eve d.s:.r.o-uisded
themselves for outstanding service to Israel
cr.d Isrce] Bonds. Among those honored were
Mesdarr.es Scm Biank, William Bomstein.
lack A. Cantor, Sara Czech, Ber. Frankenstein.
Paul Gordon, Gertrude Harriers rr.Iag, Jack S.
Popick. Jacob Riflan, Raymond Rubin, Harry
Silver, Carl Weinkle, and Miss Lillian Good-
m r. r
700 Attend Women's Bas Mitzvah Fete;
Bond Seles Soar to Record SI ,350,000
A -:---_ -
more tl joined is
I Israel's Hit
rsary it the Israe: Bas-Mitz-
iuner lam v_" -*. eht at
sleau bob .- the
of the Wsnaea's Dn
- Bead OrganiutJ
Th*- varied Of gram include
any honoring
I womer. for their
l*ra
State of Flon-
-
the I | .
. Frieads of Israel Good-
v.. Tour i itirriBi addre-
BOtt : '.:'. gut
' and a glamorous
i
Chairman of the dinner was
Mrs. Jack Kafiman, who is also
c-a.rman of the Women's Divi-
son for Israel Bonds.
- -eluded :
tke State Ik
re Dr Gu
_.-. e rr rr. ; a ry of
rnment of Italy: a toast to
led bj Mrs Max Weitz: and a
- :o the President of the I 'I
- by Mrs Samuel T. Sa-
Greetiagf uere extended by Jack
A Cantor chairman of the board of
emon 'f the Israel Bond Or-
The I-rae! B--Mitz-
vah ceremony was conducted by
Rabbi Mayer Abramow.tz
Acting on behalf of Gov Fan-is
Br\ant County Commissioner
les F Hall presented a "Good-
hcrter' to Carl w- who
will be cruise commodore of the
Par. American Fnends of Israel
Good-Wil! Tour.
The climax of the evening was
n appeal for the purchase of Is-
rael Bonds, delivered by Rabbi
Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Sholom. Respond-
ing to his appeal, members of
the audience purchased the sum
of $185,000 in Israel Bonds, bring-
ing the total bond sales in Miami
to date to 51,350,000.
In h:s address rschmann
rece-
-erred as a
I Eichnu
believe in capital poni How-
ever. I believe Eiehmann -
-. amen!
Hin | his experi-
-- i special emmissary of
President Roosevti secret ne-
- -with agents of Eichmann
r-.g World War II in an attempt
to ransom Jews I \i21:. in
Hirschmann reveak these
failed, i thej
led to the rescue of some Jc $1
ren

" lema
rW hi< retted
tragedy
Taking par. it me candlelighl
ng i re Mesdames Sam
iam BornsteiT.. Jack A
Sara Czech. Ben Franken-
Lillian Goodman. Paul Gor-
don. Gertrude Hamerschlag. Jack
S Popick. Jacob Rifkin. Raymond
Rubin. Harry Silver and Carl
Weinkle.
Receiving the flags of the State
of Florida and of Miami, to be pre-
sented to the countries which will
be visited during the Pan-American
Friends of Israel Good-Will Tour
*ere Sidney Ansin. Meyer A
Baskin, Max Bauer. Sam Blank.
Ben E-^en. A C Fine. Sam Leven-
son. Milton Lubarr. Jack S Popick.
Max Rosen, Irving Stemlauf and
Max Weitz.
Grand finale of the evening was
the Italian-Israeli Fashion Festi
val presenting the outstanding cre-
i of the leading designer -
and Israel Fashion Festival
coordinator was Mr- Jack S. Po-
r-vk Commeatal
author and -
.
a SI ras
Saks Fifth Avenue ur. A .per-
:. Oi Mr- Irer.t- I
A variety of programs empha
women's i Uity in to-
poJitical worid will b-
tured at the regular meeting of the
I the Grata
National Council of
-:, Women on Wednesday, ac
Sidney I
pre [
rndiaw Creek Division
it 12:30
in Meeting Today's
engi ed b)
Milliard Auvrutis, member of a
.-. -,rm
Bay Division's program is en-
titled "Woman's Awsa I To
- Current Events." The meet-
ing will take place at the Washing-
ton Federal Savings and Loan
Wdg.. or. Normandy Isle at
noon. Lunch will be ser\ed before
the meeting
t
Island Division will feature "Be-
oral- a skit fol-
; a bonk review by Mrs
Helga Eason of the Miami Public
iry The meeting will take
place at 1 pm. a: the home of
Chapter Launches
Oneg Program
Chai chapter of Bnai B'nth
Women is inaugurating a moniniy
-- -r.abbat.
Meetings i .11 be held in the au-
ditorium of Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn. 12+4 Wash-
ington ave. on the fourth Friday
of each month.
Mrs. Jerri Cohen is chairman of
the adult Jewish education pro-
gram Mf -he chapter. Mrs Oscar
nthal is chapter president.
Mrs Jack Co 144. u.
*nt' it*1
:si
Lincoln Division ; ,
book review by ] >
I p.m. II
Shcres DMsftn
- I
: be send
a- njon
is the
We-
ll*
title 0! .
Mrs ESzabetl chairmdl
of the Coconut Gr 7]
mittee for s
speak on "Housii g Out Buji
ness'* at the Evening Oiwitii, I
meeting at 7 45 : >t TobvJ
Cafeteria, the Tr^ .
Mrs. Kcbert Ha- -ader o(
the study and du roupd
the Greater Mar 1 Section sji
moderate the pro.

Biscayne Division
12:90 p aa at Pytl Flaz!t
st. and W 46th avi A prograa
prepared by trie M< Health So
ciety of Miami w preseatai
to the memben

Council Got is tit
theme of Sunset Divis'O" s
which vnil take pi^ : the Hild
House on the I'm Miami
campus at 12:30 p rr. A film en-
titled "In Search of a S i>' sfl
show what Counc: -hes a
its Ship-ABox program Mrs Ed-
ward Oppenheim Section net
president of way.- and means, wfl
be commentator
MOftC KOPLC UK
rafresriint u 'ofie-frea
ny.\
'Monte Carlo' Night
Abe Borrow its Auxiliary Post 682.
-t: War \"eter^
Carlo" night on Satur-
4. at the Unified bidg .
- N*E 171st Proceeds are for
veterans at the Hospital In (
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Lebediker Branch
In Celebration
Lebediker Brar.cn. Farband La-
bor Zionist Order, held a belated
Sunchas Torah celebration or. Sa-
turdav Od 14. at the Sevil.-
tel
Kan.; Don coloratura soprano,
accompanied by E-ther Bar-t
presented a group of songs, and
Boris Pntcher. Rut -and
Arthur Eder. performed in a one
.'ay.
Program was opened amh Ameri-
can and Jewisl bv Fior
Praisman, and Mosbe Levin spoke
eance of the ho.
^ the e-. 1
P. Zutkermar.. ;
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Women's Groups Plan Meetings
TW
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Also enjoy
DROMEDARY CHOCOLATE NUT
DROMEPiRY ORANGE KUT ROIL
At grocers everywhere
Paoateer W01 a Club :. wm
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:r.g piace ..- Farband Cul
Center M2 H
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fomtl Re.
be served Mrs
1 pres
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2 1 p m at ihe Washington Fed-
eraJ Saviags and Loar. Assn Dldg..
Normandj :,.t a repor m
ntieaaJ convention held in Puts-
Pa aiU be green by Mrs
Fannie Lev me Refreshment; will
beser.ed Mr- Isaac Offenaenden
';- pr-

GoWa Meir Club. Picmeer W m
en. will meet Tuesday evening at
Beth El Congregation. Mr- I-aac
Pusiikin president. wiU condun a
short business meeting to be foi-
; >wed b> a program presented by
Mr. Nathaniel SorofL celebrating
the wedding -;*.->- 0; \Ir
Mrs Abraham Seltzer
th binhday
M Nt-roff. c
of Jewish Educ.
will be piesi -eaker. and
Becker.man. former .
Womeo, club :
rn of s.-
Mr and Mr- ,. be hosU
the function
WIN s25
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FPU. Gets Top Award
The Socrate- Award, aifbeal
ach> nasanc utilities ad-
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ida Power and Light Companv
The honor, accepted by M B Mc-
Donald, company advertising vice
presaseat, cites fpal for -out.
standing leader-hip for excellence
in advertismg The adver
program for FP4L is implem-
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of Miami.
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vJenisli fkrktian
Page 5-B
MBS. 10UIS GtASSf*
"embers of the women's committee for the Temple Beth
^holom Israel Bar Mitzvah dinner meet with Rabbi Leon
pionish (right) to discuss the event. From left are Mrs. Ed-
ircrd Roth, Mrs. Florence Nadler, chairmen of the women's
lemmittee, and Mrs. Marshall Feuer. The event will take
piece Sunday eveninq at the Eden Roc hotel in honor of Isa-
Icre Hecht. Guest speaker for the occasion will be Mordekhai
Shneerson, Israel's Ambassador to Mexico and the Republics
^; Central America. Chairman of the dinner is James M. Al-
3fit who is also Temple Beth Sholom's president.
Irs. Glasser Will
lead University
'omen's Group
(Selection of Mrs. Louis Glasser
president of the Women's Divis-
r. of the South Florida Division
the American Friends of the He-
re w University of Jerusalem was
tupiinccd Wednesday by Jack D.
ordon. president of the local unit
the Friends.
Gordon said Mrs. Glasser also
Hi) serve as local chairman for
forthcoming national conference
the American Friends Women's
division, to be held in Miami
keach in late January and early
February.
Mrs. Glasser, known as Bess to
housands of local communal
vorkcrs, served for two years as
Chairman of the Greater Miami
ammittee for State of Israel .
ands, only woman ever to hold |
he post.
For three years, she was gen-
eral chairman of the Women's
Division of the Combined Jewish
[Appeal, and for 10 years has
[served as a trustee of the Greater
[Miami Jewish Federation.
Mrs. Glasser has held posts as
president of the Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital Auxiliary, secretary of Fed-
eration, president of the Confer-
ence of Jewish Women's Organiza-
| lions of Dade County, member of
the Florida State Welfare Board,
ar.d national vice president of the
Women's Division of the American
Jewish Congress.
In 1960, she was selected by the
Miami News as a member of a
local women's group to visit Rus-
sia. She visited Israel four times
and twice traveled around the
world.
Mrs. Glasser is a member of the
national USO Council, of the Uni-
ted Nations Speakers Bureau, and
in 1950 was Metropolitan chair-
man for the Dade County Com-
munity Chest.
As one of the four original co-
chairmen of the Florida commit-
tee for the Albert Einstein college
of medicine, she won awards in
1959 and again in 1960 from the
nations first Jewish sponsored
medical school.
Mrs. Glasser said an organiza-
lional meeting of the new Hebrew
l Diversity Women's Division will
b< In Id next month, following the
visit here in behalt of the Amer-
. Friends of Gen. Yigael Yadin.
Miami Marking
UN Anniversary
Miamians are honoring the found-
ing of the IN during the week bc-
: .lining Sunday. Oct. l'2. nationally
proclaimed United Nations Week
by Fresident Kennedy and locally
1 by Mayor Robert King High.
m^hiijiht of the observance was
to be a speech by Mrs. Eleanor
: Roosevelt at a meeting of the Mi-
ami chapter of the American Assn.
for the United Nations at Miami
Beach Auditorium at 8 p.m. on
Thursday.
Two young Miamians, Sandra
Witcraft and Tom Valdas, who
share their 16th birthday with
that of the UN on Oct. 24, were
to present Mrs. Roosevelt with a
bouquet at the meeting, said
Bayard Strell, president of the
Miami chapter.
The University l Miami Concert
Chorus, recently returned from a
State Department tour of Europe.
was to offer a special program un-
der the direction of Glenn Draper.
Aged Auxiliary
Culminates Drive
Regular monthly meeting of the-'
Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary.1
Jewish Home for the Aged, will be
held on Tuesday, 12:30 p.m., at the
Algiers hotel.
The meeting culminates the drivo
for the Sidney Appel medical lund,
which started with the sending of
High Holy Day greetings to all
members, who in turn sent their:
greetings in the form of donations.
All funds are used to purchase
special medication, artificial limbs,
hearing aids and eyeglasses for
residents of the Home.
Mrs. Larry Silverman will pre-
side, and Mrs. Nat E. Katz, chair
man of the fund, will give the open
ing prayer.
Cantor Mandel
Will be Honored
Friday evening servici 5 at Dade
Heights Jewish Congregation this
week will honor Cantor Emanuel
Mandel. Rabbi Harold Richter's
sermon. "Song and the Synagogue,"
; will highlight the theme of the scr-
| vice, which is launching Cantor
Mandel Sabbath at the congrega-
tion.
Born in the Bronx. NY., Cantor
Mandel came to Miami in 1946, fol-
lowing service in the Army. He
has been with Dade Heights since
1956. He is married, and he and
his wife, Miriam, have two daugh-
ters, Eilene and Sheri-Jo.
He is commander of Abe Hor-
rowitz Post, Jewish War Veterans,
past chancellor commander of No.
Miami Beach Lodge of Knights of
Pythias, and currently serves as
master of works for the Pythians.
High point of the Sabbath observ-
ance will be a testimonial dinner
in Cantor Mandel's honor on Satur-
day evening at Michel's Kosher
restaurant, Normandy Isle.
Guest speakers will include Can-
tor Abraham Seif, president of the
Greater Miami Cantors Assn., and
J. Sussman, regional vice president
of the United Synagogue of Ameri-
ca.
Miami Mayor Robert King High (left: presents United Nations
Week chairmen, George Wolpert (right), with a proclamation
officially naming the week of Oct. 22 as United Nations Week
in Miami. Sandra Witcraft and Tom Valdas look on. The two
Miami youngsters were born on Oct. 24, 1945, the day the
UN was founded.
Duo to Attend Washington Meet
Yoga Class at T
Women are discovering that men-
tal relaxation can go hand-inhand
with physical conditioning in the
new Yoga class conducted Thurs-
day morning by the Miami YMHA.
The instructor is Eve Diskin, who
helps participants in the change-
over from the usual rapid move-
ments of calisthenics and competi-
tive sports to the quiet contempla-
tion of this oriental discipline.
Unmatched
Children Will
Be Consecrated
On Saturday morning, as a part
of the traditional Sabbath worship
service. 130 children will be con-
secrated to the study of Torah by
Dr. Irving Lehrman.
These boys and girls are attend-
ing Temple Emanu-El religious
school for the first time this year.
They are enrolled in the nursery,
kindergarten, Foundation School,
afternoon Hebrew school and the
Sunday school. All students of the
institution and their parents are
expected to be present for Ibis
solemn occasion.
The Bar Mitzvah of Leonard Com-
erchero and Robert Tays will also
be celebrated.
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For Delicious Flavor!
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Flamingo Chapter
Halloween Dance
lamingo chapter of B'nai B'rith
will hold a Halloween dance
i Disabled American Veterans
iK.il. 3301 Okeechobee rd., on Satur-
Oct. 28.
i eatured will be dancing, games
prizes, entertainment, and rafri --I1
menu Music by the "Litwin Trio."
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Valiante, of
Ire Art Studio and School in the
North Hileah Shopping Center, will
be official judges for the costume
contest. Ticket chairman is Mrs.
Myron Citnn.
NO Salt
NO Sugar
NO Spiers
NO Shortening
"lie,HucCD]*!' uMtL"tie/tcj&J
Mrs. Milton Malakolf. of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, and Edward Co-
hen, of Temple Israel, will be
unions the participants in the tenth
biennial convention of the National
Assn. of Temple Administrators
Sutton Place
Restaurant Opens
This month will mark the olticial
opening of Abe Maloff's Sutton
Place restaurant at 4580 SW 8th st.
Sutton Place offers a modern
English decor complete with genu-
ine antique furniture. Old Masters'
paintings, and imported old castle
curtains.
The menu specializes in recipe
famous chops, cutlets, steaks and
seafood. Salads are prepared at
the table and in an unduplicatcd
world recipe. All foods are broiled
and prepared with unusual sauces.
Maloff has realized a boyhood
ambition in opening Sutton Place,
and is known through his long
association in the food business
as a student of cuisine.
Outside garden and inside mel-
lowness of decor have been plan-
ned to be pleasing to the diners in
every detail.
The 4:30 to 6:30 early diners
champagne hour allows early
diners and complete families to be
served before the regular dinner
hour.
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IN.A CUSS
M a cur
TETIEYTEA
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A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
Yes. there's Vom Tov spirit In
this fine tea..."flavor crushed'"
for fullest strength and stimu-
lation ... riiher taste and pleas-
ure with your fleishigs and
milchigs and betwert meal
refreshment...
in Washington, DC. on Nov. 16 to
19.
Emphasis ol the workshops and
seminars will be on the "human
B|de" of synagogue administration
rather than the technical role of
the administrators, who represent
the leading synagogues of lhe
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations.
Election of officers and other
business of the association, pioneer
in the field of professional admin-
istration in synagogues and church-
es, will take place at t h e May-
flower hotel. Cohen, public nla-
Itions chairman for NATA, contin-
I ues as a member of the natiortal
(executive board. Mrs. Malakoff is
a member of the program commit-
tee for the convention.
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iday. October 27, 19G1
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WOMEN'S Division of State of
Israel Bonds sponsored a
[Bas Mitzvah dinner Saturday
Irnght at the Fontaineblcau ho-
ftcl. Mrs. Jack Katzman, chair-
I man, presided over the festivities
Ln an alencon lace sheath of por-
celain blue. Fashion festival
chairman, Mrs. Jack S. Popick,
chose a royal blue peau de soie.
Her gown featured self-fabric
floral applique and silver bugle
beads.
Mrs. Emil Morton wore black
and topped it with black-and-
white marbled Empress chinchil-
la. Mrs. Harold Shapiro selected
a lavendar silk organza from Is-
lael. Silk roses were hand-em-
brcidercd on the full skirt, and
the sheer fabric was cut high at
the neckline.
Mrs. Louis filasser. her new
honcy-COlored blond hair glisten-
ing, wore a rich lilac-colored silk
chiffon sheath featuring irides-
cent sequins hand-sewn into a
free-form pattern over the entire-
dress. Lilac was also the color
choice of Mrs. Sam Blank. The
black fringed dress, which is
making a big impression in our
fashion picture, was worn by
Mrs. Ben Essen.
Among the many stunning en-
sembles worn was a black lace
on Mrs. 11. W. Gray. From
France, the chantilly lace was
used for a two-piece costume that
was strictly high fashion. Her
Inree-quarti rlength coat featur-
ed a high stand-up portrait scal-
loped collar The neckline of her
sheath combined the demure and
Ihe daring, with a high squared
neckline in front and the back
(iecolletage plunging to the waist.
The entire lace ensemble was re-
i mbroidereel in black iridescent
vermicilli which is a very narrow
and unique type of fabric. Her
short gloves were of chantilly
lace.
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? HE Italian-Israel fashion show
was nj rrated by Miss Ilka
Chase. Her vermilion brocade
S a Dior of New York, which
hired a modified bateau neck-
line with a self fabric banding re-
emphasizing the line. She sent
some ul the fabric to Hong Kong.
where she had her shoes and
handbag made.
The fashion festival was co
(rdinated and accessorized by
Saks Fifth Avenue. Mrs. E. L.
Bonneau, whose husband man-
ages the Ft. Lauderdale shop,
wore a white chiffon. Her fitted
bodice had narrow lingerie rolled
straps, and her full skirt featured
white maribou feathers at the
hemline. From our own Lincoln
Road Mall Saks shop, where the
coordinating was done, manager
Joseph Del Mastro's wife selected
a white silk organza with a large
rose print. Her bodice was
strapless, with an oversized bow
in the back, and her skirt was a
full bouffant.
Introducing the guests on the
dais as they made their entrance
was Mrs. Dav id Drucker. Her
short formal was an emerald
green silk satin featuring con-
trolled fullness in the skirt, and
her matching shoes had jeweled
heels. Among those seated on i
the dais was ^lrs. Charles Hall.
Tones and shades of purple and
lilac were combined in her silk
satin matching dress and great
coat. Solid shi-ade* of purple and
lilac were hex- choice in acces-
sories.
llfHILE in Paris, both Mrs.
" Joseph Liapton and Mrs. Sam-
uel Lipton pu rchased the gowns
they wore at the Bonds for Israel
dinner. Mrs. Joseph Lipton was
in a white sill* with hand-painted
print on the full skirt. Mrs.
Samuel Lipton chose black alen-
con lace. Another traveler, Mrs.
Maurice Fur-man, bought her
black silk in Spain. Her scoop-
ed neckline was scalloped, and
her circular skirt was appliqued
with black velvet, which in turn
was embroi tiered with black
paillettes.
More next -week.
Miss Presser
Now Mrs. Litz
Mr. and Mr~s. Norman Litz are
honeymooning in Montego Bay, Ja-
maica, after t heir wedding on Sun-
day. Oct. 22, at the Seville hotel,
where a reception followed the
ceremony. On their return, they
will reside on Miami Beach.
The former Sheila Presser is an
alumna of So. Broward High School
in Hollywood, attended the Univer-
sity of Florida, and is a graduate
of Mt. Sinai Hospital school ot x-
ray technology.
She is Ihe daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Gus Presser, 74212th St., and
her matron l>1 honor was Mrs. Al
Carpey.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Litz. of Philadel-
phia, l*a He is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior \ ligh, and attended the
Universities of .Miami and Ala-
bama. He is presently internal
auditor for Vliami Beach.
Serving IS best man was Sonny
Newberger. and Joel Presser, Al
Carpey, William Siegel and Ben
Goodman w:re ushers.

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Mrs. Feuer Picks
Floor-Length Lace
Lorraine Kahlenberg and Lester
Feuer were married on Sunday,
Oct. 22. at the Ritz Plaza hotel.
Rabbi Nathan Zwitman officiated
at the 2 o'clock ceremony, which
was followed by a reception.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Kahlenberg, 1438 Jef-
ferson ave. She is an alumna ot
Miami Beach High and the Uni-
versity of Miami. S h e is past
president of Sharet chapter, B'nai
B'rith Young Women, past interna-
tional vice president of B'nai
B'rith Young Adults, and is cur-
rently secretary of the Miami
Beach Jaycee-ettes.
For her wedding, the new Mrs.
Feuer wore a floor-length gown of
white lace with illusion neckline.
The short veil was attached to a
headpieee of sequins and pearls.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Norman
Resnikoff.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Feuer, 4300
SW 7th st. He is a graduate ol
Rutgers University and the Uni-
versity of Miami law school. He
is a certified public accountant and
has offices on Lincoln rd. His best
man was Norris Friedlander.
After a wedding trip to New Or-
leans, the young couple will live
at 1955 Normandy dr.
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Temple Menorah Sisterhood will Greenhouse and Mrs. Mayer
hold an Oncg Shabbat at the home I Abramowitz will lead the diseus-
of Mrs. Anne Hirschman, 7384 j sion. Mrs. Ray Morse is Sister-
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daughter, Pearl, t<> Joel, son or Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Leibow, 1040
Euclid ave.
The future bride is a graduate
of Miami S nior High, attended the
University of North Carolina, and
is an alumna of Charron Williams ',
College
Her liancrc is a graduate of Mi-
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A wedding on Mar. 4, 1962, is
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f riday, October 27, 1^1
As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas A/itzvah.
Requesis s.ncu:d be addressed to "Corsage for You,'' P.O. box
2973, Miami 1, Fia., one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace cf the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
?orvweraed to ycu courtesy of Blackstorje-flowet^bops ioJime
tor The occasion.
Robert Tavs
Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate
at the Bar Mnzvah ol Robert, son
of Mr and Mrs. Henry Tavs. dur-
ii l Saturday morning services, Oct.
2b, at Temp.e Lmanu-El.
A Student at Nautilus Junior
I i, Robert plays in the school's
i ci rt band, and is a member'of
tii North Shure OpUnu.-l ioo'.ball
ttii: I
Kiddush ill his honor will be held
in 1..- i Saturday alternoon.
ai <: a -. ;; ii 4
Jerry Markowitz
Ten-pit Israel will be the site
oi lh< Bai Mitzvafa ol Jerry Mau-
rice, n "1 Mr, .i'ii Mrs. Harry
Mart, : 80] NE 74th si.. Satur-
i,';;. morning, Oct. 2S. with Rabbi
Jtserh .\arot oinciating.
Jtrry is an eigh:h grade student
at Miami Country Day School and
edits "The Beacon.'' school news-
p; (per.
A reception and luncheon in his
honor will follow services in Wolt-
son Auditorium.

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Leonard Feldman
Rabbi...\iax A Lipschitz will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Leon-
ard, son of Mr and Mrs. Herman
Feldman, during Saturday morn-
ing services, Oct..28, al Beth Torah
Congregation.
Leonard is an eighth grade stu-,
dent at North Miami Beach Junior,
High, and is in the graduating
class at the songregaUop's reli-
gious school. He is an accordionist
and has played at many school,
functions. I
His parents will host the Kiddush
following the ceremnoy and a re-
ception in the evening at Michel's
n staurant.
* *
Craig Savage
Bar Mitzvah of Craig, son of Mr
and Mrs. Alvin Savage, will be. ob-'
served during Saturday morning,
services, Oct. 28. at Temple Ner
Tamid. with Rabbi Eugene Labo-
vitz officiating.
Craig is a student at Nautilus
junior High, aod a graduate of the Anne frank Chapter
Temple's religious school.
A. reception in his nonor will be
held at the conclusion of the cere-
mony.
+ *
Leonard Comerchere
Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Comerc.hcro, will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning,
Oct. 28. at Temple EmanuEI. Dr.
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade s'.udent at Ida Fisher Junior
High, and enjoys Scouting, baseball,
(notball and swimming.
A hmchecn in his honor will be
held at the Famous restaurant tal-
lowing sen ic< -
Mark Prince
Saturday mormni' services, Oct.
28. at Beth Torah Congregation
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Mark, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Prince. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz
will officiate.
.Mark is an eichrh erade student
at Norland Junior High, and is a
member of the school band. He at-
tended Hebrew school in Newark.
N.J.. before coming to Florida,
and has attended Beth Torah re-
ligious school for the past year and
a half.
Kiddush in his honor will follow
services.
. .
Leon Perlstein
Leon P., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Perlstein, will be Bar Mitz
vah on Saturday morning, Oct. 28,
at Congregatipn Beth Jacob, with
Rabbi Tiber Stern officiating.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade honor student at Ida II.
FLsher Junior High, plays clarinet
in the school orchestra, and is a
patpol leader of Troop 61, Boy.
Scouts. He attends the Frost Con-
j ol Music.
Randie Levine and Barbara Lash
Randie Sue. caughier of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert B. Levine. and Bar-
i ba.-a Ruth, daughter of Mr. and
ah- Rernard Lash, will be Bas
Mitzvah Friday. Oct. 27, at Tem-
ple Beth Am. Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard will olliciatc a; the
double ceremony.
Barbara attends South Miami
Junior High, plays the flute and
piano, and belongs to Pre-N'ifty.
Randie is a student at Ponce de
Leon Junior High, plays the piano,
and is a member of Pre-Nifly.
Parents of the Bas Mitzvah* will
host the Kiddush at the conclusion
of the services, and a dinner dance
reception at the Temple Saturday
;:; 7:30 p.m.
* *
Raymond Seidler
Temple Zion will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Raymond, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Seidler,
during Saturday morning services,
Oct. 28. with Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man officiating.
Raymond is a ninm grade honor
-Indent at West Miami Junior High,
and will continue hi.- studio- in the
Temple's confirmation cla<>.
Kiddush in his honor will be host-
ed by his parents.
* *
Larry and Lory Dansky
Bar Mitzvah of Larry Stephen
and Lory Sheldon, sons of Mr. and
Mr.-. Harry Dunsky, will be ob-
served during Saturday morning
services. Oct. 28. at Flagler-Grana-
da Jewish Center. Rabbi Gerald
Lehrcr will officiate.
The twins are eighth grade stu-
dents at Kinloch Park Junior High,
and are taking accelerated courses
in mathematics. They play saxo-
phone and French horn in the
school band. Now in their fourth ;
year at Flagler-Granada's Hebrew
school, they are in the pre-confir-
mation class of the Sunday school.
During the recent High Holy |
Days, they served as rabbi and
cantor of the Junior Congregation.
They are bowling, football, and
baseball enthusiasts.
In their honor, the Oneg Shah
Leonard feldman Jerry Markowitz Daniel Weiss I. Comercfcen
Barbara lash
Randie levine
Schatzman Will Be Honored Here
Irving Schatzman. president of
the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B'rith, will.be honored for his "ser-
vice to B'nai B'rith. Judaism and
Israel" at a testimonial banquet
at the Algiers hotel on Nov. 28.
Announcement was made by the
three co-chairmen for the function,
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Anne Frank chapter of B'nai i
B'rith Women held a paid-up mem- \
bership and "bring-a-prospective-!
member" coffee on Tuesday, at
the Park Lane Cafeteria. Mrs.
Stephanie Klein, chapter seryice
officer, initiated new members.
Mrs. Simon Sanders was chair-
man.
Proceeds for Children
Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai!
B'rith Women will hold a card par-
ty Saturday evening, Nov. 4. at'
the Carlton hotel. Proceeds will
go toward B'nai B'rith chanties.,
including the organization's Child-!
ren's Hospital in Israel. Chairman
is Mrs. Molhe Cohen.
George J. Talianoff, Allen Gold-
berg and Gerald Schwartz.
Schatzman recently began a
second term as president of th
600 member Beach lodge. He is
the first man ever to return from
a post as past president to the
lodge's top office, Talianoff point-
ed out.
Goldberg said a capacity crowd !
of more than 400 persons is expect-;
ed for the dinner.
More than 280 persons attended
the monthly meeting of the lodge
last week and heard Akiva Goffer,
director of the Southern office of
Zim Israel Lines, say that there
are "tentative plans to inaugurate,
direct passenger service between ;
Miami ana Israel in the spring of,
1963. The initial voyage to Israel:
probably will coincide with the1
celebration of Israel's 15th anniver-
sary of independence."
bat and Kiddush will be hosted by
their parents, and a reception will
be held in the Starlight room of the
Biscayne Terrace hotel on Satur-
day evening.
* *
Neil Grossman
Rabbi Mordeeai Podet will, offi-
ciate al the Bar Mitzvah of Neil J.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gross-
man, 3401 SW 17th st, on Saturday
morning, Oct. 28, at Temple Ju-
dea.
Neil is an honor student at Shen-
andoah Junior High. His pcrenLs
will host the Kiddu-h following
the ceremony.
*
Daniel Weiss
Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Si-
mon Weiss, 1201 SW 21st ave., will
become Bar Mitzvah during Satur-
day morning services, Oct. 28, at
Beth David, with Rabbi Norman N.
Shapiro officiating.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade honor student at Shi .-.andoah
Junior High and a member of the
Student Council. He ha.- attended
Beth David religious school since
its inception eight years ago.
His parents will host the Oneg
Shabbat on Friday and the kiddush
reception Saturday in his honor.
- *
Richard Spiegel
Saturday morning services. Oct
28. at Temple Zsmora will include
the Bar Mitzvah of Richard David
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Spit-
gel. of Coral Gables. Rabbi Alico
Rutchik will officiate.
Richard is ar. eighth grade St*
dent at Ponce de Leon Junior High.
Kiddush in his h< nor will be held
at the conclusion oi the ceremony.
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n will include a cosmetic
demonstration and pri:
Ho/sum Bakers Get Awards
Holsum Bakers has taken top
honors at the International full-
nary Arts Exposition. First prize
was given to the bakery for their
entire display. They received a
second prize of a silver medal for
their "Sweet Sixteen" cake; a
third prize, bronze medal, for their
"Bar Mitzvah" cake; and a third
bronze modal for their "Wedding
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iday. October 27. 1961
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Woodwind Group
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A newly-formed chamber music
p, the University of Miami
roque Ensemble, will present its
st recital on Monday evening,
w i. t Beaumont Hall.
Member] ol^e group are Bu-
rn .1 inson t'ut.'. and Lucas
ew, double bass, both of the I'M
usic lieulty. and Arnold -Gray-
ii harpsichord. Guest artist for
|e opening program will be Julien
logh, "boe.
he program will consist of the
nata in G minor tor flute and
ntinuo. by Jean Baptiste Loeillet;
nata in A minor lor flute and
ntinuo. by Tomaso Albinoni:
He I' r double bass and harpsi-
ord, by Mann Marais; and Trio
nata in C minor, by Johann Joa-
im Quantz.
Mher ensemble recitals-will be
Id Feb. 12 and April 2.
UIIPIII';! :.....
Civil Defense is Subject
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
j
and Auxiliary, Jewish War Vete-
rans, at the Congress Airport Inn
A film and talk on "Personal >n Thursday.
Preparedness in an Emergency";
Has to be given by Robert ll. Boem Mrs. William Aikerman, Civil De-
ler. of Dade County Civil Defense, fensc chairman, was to be In charge
to the iVorman Bruce Brown Post | of the program
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"NEW IMAGE" NEEDED: In the parlance of the Madison Avenue
ad lads, it's about time a new "Image" was created to resell our tourist
industry here
We've been reading about hiuh-rankin^ folk of our state heading to'
Europe to lure the natives there to our sun-kissed clime and tropical
beaches.
Not that we disagree with them in trying to generate enthusiasm
in hitherto untouched markets for our sadly-waning tourist business
here, but what are we doing about newer, bigger and better promotion
to bring more of our fellow Americans to this wonderful resort area?
Sine* my return from a long summer up North, after seeing the
best the mountains and seashore resorts up thataway have to offer,
it is not difficult to understand why this tourist area is not getting
a generous share of vacation business the year around.
When the Catskill resorts suffered a slump, they revised their ad-
vertising and promotion. They made their premises appealing for the
whole family, not just the adults. They added counselors and play-
areas for the tiny tots, rumpus room, "live'' entertainment, contests,
"gimmicks" and loads of other activity to appeal to the teen-agers.
They realized that even if fathers and mothers liked a hotel, they
wouldn't necessarily vacation there. If a particular hotel had nothing
to offer to the teen-ager, or couldn't accommodate the younger children,
then the father and mother definitely would take the family to a hotel
that could fill the bill for every member of the clan.
Summer resort business is now "entire family" business. And the
hotels of Miami Beach that beast so much for so little have practically
nothing to attract the teen-ager. As a result, many families have head-.
ed elsewhere for vacations, to hotels in areas that place as much em-
phasis on providing fun and pleasure for youngsters, from 5 to 18. as
they do for adults.
I've spoken to dozens of tourists here since returning from my
trip north. They've had nothing but warm regard for our area as a
vacation center. But all of them were adults over 21. How many
out-of-town teen-agers were here in family groups at our hotels this
past summer? A check at the many hotels reveals that there were far
too few.
* *
BIMINI BOOM: For as long as I can remember, the quaint island
of Bimini. the closest of the Bahamas chain to our shores, was regarded
as a fisherman's delight.
But since my return to town, I find the snug little island has
undergone a tourist boom, thanks to speedy passenger motor cruisers
that make the 47-mile run between here and there in a little over
two hours.
Many friends have made the round trip and have delighted in the
get-awayfrom-it-all atmosphere of Bimini. with its dazzling light green
waters, so clear and clean you can see ocean bottom 60 feet below.
Many Miamians are making the daily trip, as well as tourists. It's
a relaxing and stimulating day's fun in the sun and on the surf, afford-
ing an opportunity to spend four hours in a foreign port, see the Bimini
sights, enjoy a Calypso show and get back in time for dinner in Miami
SHOW TIME: Jerry Herman, the Miami songwriter who revealed
his budding talent as a U. of Miami student, has hit the jackpot of
fame finally. His grand tunes and lyrics arc one of the big reasons
lor the overwhelming success of "Milk and Honey" Broadway's newest
and brightest musical smash, with an Israeli background, and Molly
Ficon, too.
Mandy Campo. one of the more popular Latin bandleaders in the
area, continues his long run at the Diplomat. Keeps his baton-wielding
hand in shape by hitting 'em real long off the tees and fairways of the
Diplomat course, playing with Jerry Knee, managing director of the
Attache Motel, and Sol Maksik. Hollywood brick tycoon, just back from
a long vacation in California.
This must be "Ingemar Bergman" month in Miami and Miami
Beach. Last week his "Virgin Spring" was featured on local screens.
This week, his saucy and delightful production, "Secrets of Wdmen." is
at the Sunset. Normandie and Mayfair. The Swedish directorial genius
is probably the most talked-about personality in the movie-making
business
George Bacher. the Miami area restaurateur who owned and op-
erated the Pub restaurant on Coral Way, has a new venture in Ft.
Lauderdale It's a hall-million dollar restaurant, called The Round
Table, resembling an English castle. Covering some 13.000 sq. ft. of
ground area with room inside to seat 500 persons simultaneously.
Bacher's Bound Table is scheduled for opening in early December .
The new restaurant is under construction at I'.S. hwy. 1 and Oakland
Park blvd.. in Ft. Lauderdale Lake Worth architect Hilliard Smith
designed the facility. Interiors are bl Lou Clerico.
* *
GOOD GOLFING: Most amazing improvement of a local golf
course Bayshores new face since Miami Beach Parks director John
Poulos took over the greenskeeper assignment. Such lush fairways,
grain-free greens and grassy tees. Poulos is to be congratulated also
for his fine green hand in the making of the new and sporty Par-Three
Municipal Course on the Beach, behind the high school, between Sheri-
dan and Prairie aves. Normandy Shores course also has had a big
re-grooming job and looks it.
Mrs. Dorothy Friedman, new manager of the Par-Three layout,
is interim manager of Bayshore, while Beach Council decides on a
new manager. So far, the ones in the running are Irving Leighton,
Dave Finkel, and pros Nate Feeman and Stu Boyle.
DlEIARlf LAWS
AND SABBATH
STRICTIY
OBSERVED
KOSHER MtALS
$650
Abe Getter
dly. PER PERSON
dbl. occ. to Dec 17
20 of 105 rootns
AND All THIS w S.ngle Ore. $9
FREE!!! jtfier roles available
Ch.iise Lounges and Mats 21" TV and Radio in each room Free
Self Parking adjoins hotel e Weiner Roast. Movies, Games. Entertain-
ment nightly New Ye.ir s Eve Banquet Party Religious Service.!
Daily Full time Mashgiach on premises Salt and Sugar Free Oieti
No Extra Charge for Steaks. Chops. Roasts Kosher Poolside Snack
Bar e Many Other Feature! e Also European Plan and Monthly
Seasonal Rates.
CALL ABt GEFTER
JE 4-2141
Central Air Cond. & Heated Ind. Cont.
PRIVATE BEACH # POOL
NEW AND WARM AND WONDERFUL
ABE MALOFF'S
ttttfltt $fatt
RESTAURANT
WHERE YOU EAT ... has a lot to do with
enjoying what you eat! The distinguished
character of SUTTON PLACE and the'mellow
charm of his stylized English surroundings
will add new zest to the enjoyment of recipe
famous specialties as curried veal cutlet,
steaks, chops and seafood.
EARLY DINERS CHAMPAGNE HOUR
4:30 to 6:30
OPEN TILL 1 A.M.
4580 S.W. 8th STREET
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA
PHONE: HI 5-2383
Lunch *nd Dinner Scrvtd Daily
CANDLELIGHT INN
In The Heart of Coconut Grove
Banquet Facilities Cocktail lounge
Henry Leitson, Mgr.
NOW OPEZi
DANTE'S ITALIAN KITCHEN
SPECIALIZING IN FINE ITALIAN FOOD
HOMEMADE: RAVIOLI LASAGNA MANICCTTI
VEAL SCALLOPINI CHICKEN CACCIATORE
PIZZA
TAKEOUT SERVICE SPICIAL CHILDKiN'S ORDERS
5950 S. Dixie Hwy. MO 6-9035
SAND ELL TJJ3 Strictly Kosher Catering
BAR MITZVAHS WEDDINGS PARTIES
7446 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Ph. UN 6-6226 UN 6-5278 "Rcody-To-Go" Cooked foodi
PETERSON'S
STEAK PLACE
7140 S.W. 8th ST. CA 1 9862
And while on the subject of golf courses, up until a year or so ago.
there was a decided shortage of them in this area. Now it seems there
are going to be too many. I've heard that a recently-opened course is
failing, and one that is a building is running short of funds.
* *
SIGN-OFF; Anent the recent favorable pro-Metro vote, do you
think it was due to McCleoding the issue?
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
GORDON and PONT
K0SHEI CATERERS
from kori d'oeuvrei re a complete beffet
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655
Under the Supervision of the Beth Din of Greater Miami
OPEN MOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS
TED
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for caroo declr* of Reoal station
wagons tf standard equipment.
ladtridael bucket type froa-
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LADIES!!
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EXPERT URHOLSTERT IN ALL FABRICS
MARSICANO BROS.
7349 S.W. 8th ST. CA 1-821
NICE FRONT ROOM
kitchen priilt-j*s, pr'vote Loth &
entrance, neor ocion, for gn!lemon.
Near Food Fcir, 5 bain.
SSO Month. Coll UN 4-3944
LONELY GENTLEMEN
of refinement, widowed or divorced,
anxious for social contacts with others
of either sex in similar circumstances,
and in strict confidence, write
Miss R, Box 2973, Miami 1, Flo.
FREE WITH
EACH SAVINGS
ACCOUNT
Security. It's what everyone strives for. 0*3
way of achieving it is by opening a ~o
account At WASHINGTON FEDERAL. MGNftil
are insured by an agency of the United Stated
government up to JlO.OOO.Thafs security.Y:. I
savings earning dividends every day c: Dm .- Bar
and federally insured as well. The kind of
security that promotes relaxed days, rest'.I
rights. And along wftti security, WASHINGT C N
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Fiiday. October 27. 1961
fJewisti Meridian
Page 11-B
Chamber Music
Series *o Open
Quintetto Chigiarto will open the
seventh annual membership sub*
scription series ot the Friends of
Chamber Music of Miami.
As in the past, the series will be
sented in ils entirety at the
White Temple Auditorium in Mi-
ami. First in the series is Monday
evening at 8:80 p.m
I'rogram will include the Boc-
cherinj Quintet in A major, Shosta-
kovich Quintet Op, 57. and the
Brahams Qum'et in F minor, op.
84.
The Quintetto Chigiano includes
Sergio Lorerm, piano; Riccardo
Erengola. violin; Arnaldo Apostoli.
violin: Giovanni Leone, viola; and
Lino Filippini, cello.
It was foutvktd in 1939 under
the sponsorship of Count Guido
Chigi Sarecini, scion of an
ancient lino of Sieneso noblemen
and noted patron of the) arts.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Quintetto Chigiano will open the seventh annual season of the
Friends of Chamber Music of Miami on Monday evening at
White Temple Auditorium.
Ok
itnctri'es
ALSO SEE PAGE 15-C
MRS. FANNIE HERTZON
Although the Quintetto Chigiano's
previous world-circling tours have
included South America and Cana-:
da. the fall of 1961 season will mark1''-. of Mti Paytonia rd.. died Oct..
.. .. .., i tine rume here, 10 ; wr uko from l..il-
lts lirst visit to the United States. iiin,r... surviving are two son*, in-
Ernes: A. Silverman, secretary ; eluding Morris a. two daughters, in-
l th. Frionrlc nf rhimhor Mucio 'h>d,n N1"- Sophie c tabby; six srund-
ot the rrienas ot unamDer Music; l.hil(1rrn ,im, ,.,. jreat-grandchild.
here, meanwhile announced that I Services were Oct. 23 in Riverside
the organization's membership M,""rial chapel. Nomiand> isle.
rolls for 1961-62 are now closed,
with no more subscriptions to the
current season available. Applica-
tions will, however, be accepted
tor the 1962-63 season.
LEGAL NOTICE
Garbousova Will
Play Dvorak
Raya Garbousova. international-
ly renowned cellist, will replace
the indisposed Gregor Piatigorsky
at the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra's second pair ol
season concerts Nov. 12 and 13,
with Fabien Sevn:'-:y conducting.
"We are very fortunate to be
able to announce the appearance
ol lime, Garbjusova." Symphony
business manager Marie Volpe
said here. "Ibne. Garbousova. who
was unable to appear with us last
si ason because of illness, is hap-
pily looking forward to this oppor-
tunity, her fourth return engage-
ment here, playing the announced
Dvorak Violoncello Concerto."
She will interrupt a current
cross-country tour for this appear-
ance in Miami.
MICHAEL SUSSMAN
rtO. of 17880 nvv n-h ave., died rvt
21, He came here 12 years ago from
Brooklyn. S'.r^ vlng are his wife
Rose; tw i ii lughtei idlng Joan
j.. ,A brothen hiding Abe .
[i ,.. were Oct. 2! In !' s er Funeral
Hume.
MARTIN STREICHER
-.::, of j 147 t'ralrle ive., died I '" IS
11, i hi ago -ii i i
manager nf the H helsea on Ml-
imi i' >ai i 8 : Ing ire tilt w I
Syh ii th '...... lack, Mien a n I
-, i s -. were let. 19 In
i;,.. ;-. i.. iv.r ... ', ,:. Washing-
ton Uli'.
ALEXANDER XORN
. .. Sis I d Oct. 20
>r six years igo from New
y.,- was i car sa ... ind a vel -
ran of World War- II. He was a
Masoa and a member of B'nal B'rith,
Surviving ire h'. fe, Elisabeth;
tour Bons, Richard, William, Maury
in.i Edward; and s sister, Service*
were In New York c:t.. with Gordon
Funeral Home in charge locally.
Hebrew Teachers to Meet
Hebrew Teachers Assn. of Great-
er Miami will meet on Sunday, 3:30
p.m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jay Dermer, 1919 Meridian ave.,
Miami Beach. The meeting will in-
clude a discussion on the teaching
of Hebrew reading, current meth-
od^ and techniques.
Proceeds for Religious School
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite Center will have a rummage
sale at Stevens Market, 6209 N\V
27 Mrs. Irma Graf is general chair
n'an. Proceeds will go to the relig-
ious school.
EDWARD W MALONEY
"7. of 620 Lenox ave.. died <>,-t. 1?
He came here 20 years aso from
Yonkers, NY., and was administra-
te- assistant of the Miami Beach
water department, Surviving; are his
wife; Ethel; i daughter, Mrs. Barbara
Thomas; three brothers, four sisters
and his mother. Services were Oct.
21 in Newman Uuneral Home.
LEWIS RICE
64. of 6000 Red rd., died Oct. 18. He
cams here 1 years ago from New
York and was a retired Coast Guard
lieutenant commander and a veteran
of World Wars I ml H. Surviving
are three brothers, including Cmdr,
Maurice Rice S< rs cea were Oct. 21
in i iordon Funeral Ho
MRS. LEAH REIDER
81, ol 153] MutipS '** <1tert **' '"
She came here 14 yea-- ago from
Montreal. Sur\i\in; are a (laughter,
Mrs Mir. Peai i son. Services
vl,..-,. ict, 20 iii fjord ii Funeral Home.
DAVI DHOCKSTEIN
78, of 1067 NW 17th *i died Repl 16
II,. can l ",,!" New
York and opera' I i drj i la in ng
agency. Surviving are hi- wife, Wa;
two Bons In 'ludlpg i M< rrla, and
to lugl ii Berv es were In
Rrnokh n w Ith Rl' era de Uemoi lal
..:. Douglas rd., In 4 loc ii
ints
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY <;ivi:n that
the undersigned, dcsirinsr to enai?e in
business utider the fictitious name of
COZy CORNER at 67:tr. B.W. '.6th
Street (also known as Miller Road)
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk ot the Circuit Court of
Dodo County, l-'lorida.
NATHAN BACKS
Proprietor
WELLIS'CH & DOUGHERTY
attorneys for Nathan Sacks
141S Congress Blag.
Miami, Florida
10 -'7. 11/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
Na. 54016-8
IN RE: Estate ol
MARY DIAMOND WEINRERG
l '. i i i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I".. All 'redll >r ind Ul Pel son* Ha
Ing Claims or Demands x^.> n-' >c d
Estate
v i are hereb notified n re-
quired t. present an) claim" and de-
mands which v a ma> have against
the estal M A R Y l> I A M ONI
\\ KlNBERi! deceased late ol Dade
I la to 1 he '..'nit;. I
if I ....i County, "'i ft the sa ie
In their offices n* i iun i lourt -
house In- Dade nt5 Plor i, i Ii
-ix cale'nd
or the
same will h. barred
THELMA PERLOW
Executrix
SAMI'KI, STERN, Attorney
to:. Rlltmore Was
Coral Gabli -. Florida
10 27, 11 2.-IO-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 10336
LOl'IS'K McCLCRE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JESSE KAY McCLCRE,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. Jesse Ray McChire, address
nnd residence 1974 5th Avenue,
Chamblee, Georgia, are required to
lile \-nur answer tO the complaint with
the clerk of the above Court BBd
serve a ropy thereof to Herman Co-
hen, Attorney. 1303 Congress Build-
ing, Miami 32, Florida, on or hef ,re
Novmlwr 13th, IWt. or else suit will
be taken as confessed. Dated Octo-
ber 10th. 1961.
K. B. I.i:\THKKMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(Heal) Bj HEI.RN KE8BLEU,
Deputj Clerk
10 18-JO-rf, 11 :'
MflTire i inncii
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTk > is ti..i:..ii uivi'-N thai
the in lers -a I, lesli Ing to eng i |
b islness un Ii the I Icl I lous rune ..t
CHAM H : MORTGAOR CO N
Inc.) at 2>". Calumet Building, Miami
to register said name
with tii 'i "K '' i uU Court
of Dadi County, I lor I i
CHARI KS HIME
HERBERT & KAUFMAN
I rney for Appllc ml
!7. II 2-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 11390
THE Si: AMASS HANK !" 'R
SAVINGS IN THE CITY Dl N A
VORK a New York t! loratl
I'laiiitiff,
ini.i! iia!.i.i:i: an I HAZ .
DEAN ii.m.i.. IH *
i i. ndantx,
NOJICE BY PUO4.ICVTI0N
TO: I'llll.II' > HAl.I.Eil
II \/.KI, DEAN HAM.El
Itesldi n< i 'ul,ii ,w n
RE: liiil 9, In Block j. of LAKESIDE
MA \i >R, ai irding I i Ptal
tic i.....f, r......ded in
al Page I >, ol the II irds
of I lade Count \. i :
Yor A.RK HEREBY NOTIFIEI i
a i 'omplulitt to fil eclosi n ... i
the aboye-descrlhed property has
been filed against you and you i -
requlreil to serve I i i>|>j >l your an-
swer >r pleading ;.. the comp utnt on
Plaintiffs ait..in. v. BERNARD It.
.lAiri:. iij; South West First Street,
Miami. Florida, and file the Original
answer or pleading in the office ol
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and
for Dade County, Florida, on or be-
fore the 27th da) Ol November. 1861.
if you fail to do so. I'e.r.e Pro Con-
fesso will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint
to forccl...-. .
Dat-ii at .Miami, D.i.ie County, Flor-
ida, this 24th day of October, t6l
E. H. DKATHHUMAN.
'' erg "f the Circuit Court
(seal) By; HELEN KKssi.r.u
Deputy clerk
10/27, Ll/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business and-r the fictitious names ol
Club Clan Sales Co., Miami B< I.
Contract Carpet .'v Flooring Co., at
Dado County, Florida Intends to reg-
ister said names *i'h the Cleric >t
! the cue ait court of Dade 'ounty,
I Mori.I...
c S CARI'E COB
(a Fin. corp i 8 lie i iwner
SIDNEY EKRO-NSON
\;-.c nej i >r Applli
21! S irl ildg
87, 11 ':'
NOT13E UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl i'1'ici: Ifl HERE IIVKN I ia,l
I he un Ii i ; m I le>l! -: eng Ill
business undi i the a
Kill. Mi Sic SALES 19.1 S E Ith
i't.. Ilial.-.ih. lister
nald...... lr-
, mi Court of r>adi Ida
HENRI STt>N : .
MILT >N (.SHINS
__________-^ '. ll/
NOTICE BY>Cl8LICAfibN
IN THE CIRCfcJST.COURT OF TrfE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR O^DE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
I1C ':322
I'.i >SE NEI.Si >N
Pis
M
MORRIS N I i-
I >.: : I : '
SLIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: .Mi 'KRIS NE "
;,' n iri ii- lore I ti iad
Norfolk, \ 'r'-
You .ii hi ij n d thai i Bill
of C.....plaint i >r I >i> >rce has been
j filed against you, ind you are re-
quired t" serve .i cops of your An-
swer or Pleading t. the BUI of c.mi-
S' lalnt on the plaintiff's Attorney;
lanuel Zalac, Mil's Congress Huilding;
.Miaou, Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the Mtta da) of November;
1M1. If you fail to do BO, judgment by
default will be taken against >on for
the relief demanded in the BUI of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week tor four consecutive weeks
in TIIK JEWISH KI.'IKH'IAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 16th da> ol October",
A.D. 1M1.
i:. I: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court, Dad C intj Fl rida
i-.ah B) : C I- AUEXANDBRi
Deputy Clerk
HANDED ZAIAC
Attoi in v for Pi iii
[0/20-27 I' 10
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE O SSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND 8Y THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
PO M.I. TO WHOM THESE PRE-
S \T- SHAM. COMB, GREETINGS
Whereas, HARRY A G(R1K>N,
MIAMI BEACH, I'l.'ii-.IHA DEE
GLASS, MIAMI BEAGH, FIA>R1DA
flKNJAM N I BBRKOM1TZ, MIAMI
BEACH, FLORIDA did on the 17th
day of lanu iry, A I'. 195 i aus
i. ,.. I under the pmvislonj i i
ol i Florida statute.-. THE you
Piper Laurie aad Paul Newman star in "The Hustler," story
of a pool shark and his obsession to become the all-time
champion. Jackie Gleason, George C. Scott and Mryon
jMcCormick axe also featured in this film, now in its second
week at the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres.
::i:\ CORP., s corporation, with Its
pr nclpal pi u of business al MIAMI
BEACH, DADH COUNTY, In the
SI .. ,,; 1- lor; la, i I where.i.- the
stockholdees ol auch corporation did
on the ZSUl day of September, A.D
1981. cause to be filed in the office
of th. .-. -. arj of State of the St.it.
of Florida, I Consent of all the ,-t.K-k-
holdera Under the provisions of said
Chapter 608, Flbrtdg statute-, show-
ing the dissolution of such corpor-
ation.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
state does hereby certify to the I
going ai d th it h.- is satisfied that the
requirements ot law have been com-
plied with
IN WIPNKSS Win:i'.KOF, I have
hereunto ,-et my hand and have
affixed the Great s.-ui of the state
of Florida, at Tallahassee, the
Capital, this the TWENTY-
EIGHTH day of SEPTEMBER
A.D. 1961.
TOM ADAMS
Secretary oT State
I0'27/G1
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 622M
N-. I glvei thai Ni
el W S egel hoi I- i a- -ri
.: v in Tax Sa Ie 'erl i ate
Numl lisii. dated the
J ii \ ......i fl ertll
Icate In mj ind is ap-
.. ... i for til deed t ssue thi
. dui with law Said Gertll
braces i fi >wli
rd ;.r iperi -. I !o ml).
Florida, to-wl
I^.t 4.'. Block 6
S'.ibdiM.-ion ..f the Dale Miller Tract
Addition Number One, Plat Book -
i ..!:. To in the Citj of Miami, Coun-
ty ol i hide, si.ate ol Florid i
The a-.-e.sm -i [ of said property un-
der th- Certlfl ite Issued is In the
name of Unknown. Unless said Cer-
tificate shall he redeemed according
to law, t...v i.....i will Isaue thereon
on the 29th li.n ol November, AD
1961.
Hated th;- 25th day of October, A.D
1961.
E. !'. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk ol Circuit Court,
Dad Count). F orlda
(seal) By: R. M, DEEPER
Deputy Cl-rk
10/27. H/8-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 10361
CENTRAL BAVINOS BANK IN THE
CITY OF NEW YORK, a New York
banking corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
NATHAN SOLOVV, et il.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUiT
TO: JACK BAILEY ind DOB ITHY
BAILEY, hi- wife
I838I Worr ek Btreet
So ith Bend, Indian i
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
Is suit has i...en brought i sM you
by CENTRAL NAVINCS BANK IN
TDK CITY OF NEW YORK, in 'lie
above-entitled Court, to f
gage en m I t ng I h fol iw ing
described :ir .i.-"t ^. I
Lot -. In l k 27, SEt' 'N' > ADD
Ti'iN r i SIERRA
led i Dial
".: ii paste 1 ol the public re irdi
Dade C di.
T iKether M ith
II E Refl I2LR:
Yl. 602337
nj you in reo,u!red to fl ,our in-
- ,\.-r Ith the 'jerk of the Ck
Court of Do
Mian Florida, on or
. v ivembei 14.1961 i I to
i cop suel .i i i '. W'l I
c CATSMAN Plainl Iff* ittori
n i b< tddi 14tli Flo il l
East Flagler Stn Ml i
bef re ald late i re-
i i red b) -he I, i- of Fl irl la II
tar to do so, the complaint will
IN THE CIRCUIT :0 U R T O THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 11143
NEW YORK SAVIN*IH H VNf. I
corpoi at i" exis
laws of the Stal IN fork,
rial
BLWYN cii 'Rl -. i.' ; VNDKR,
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NOTICE OF "-'J T
TO OLADl S A LEX VND ':
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a mnrtffs fe encun A lBl
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of, recorded In P'al B 10k 61 U
page 121. of the publ i ''' '''
Dade I '..iur v. l-'i i'i I I .
Together with.
VVestlnghouse Refrlger itor -
Mod.l No DM-11;
and you are required to tile your
answer with the lerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida, at. the
Courthouse in Ml Mil, Florida, on or
before November 21,1961, and to serve
u copy ol SUCh answer upon DAVID
P CATSMAN. Plaintiffs att.irney,
whose addr.ss i- 14th Floor at 101
Bast Flagler Street, Miami 22, l'.or-
i i i. on or bei.....i date as re
quired by the Laws ol Florl la. If
you fail to do so, the complaint will
be taken us confessed by you and ;l
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
-t you for the relief demanded
in the complaint
DATED tins ixth day of October,
1961.
K. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the 'ii lull lourt
Dade i !ountj Florida
(,.r>l> i l, ALEXANDER,
D lerk
! >AVID P CATSMAN
14th Moo: al i 'i B Ft tg -'
Miami 22, 1' >ri la
10/20-27, 11 '"10
i,.. takei infessed '>' > i i and a
|...... Pro Confesso will be entered
against you for th0 relief demanded
I iint.
DATED this nth day >( I kjtob ..
1961.
v: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
c r uit Court, Dade County, Flo I I
(seal) Bj K M LYMAN,
Deputy ci.-rk
DAVID P CATSM w
I ith Floor at 101 F. I-lagler St.
Ml ."ii 32, Florida
10/13-20-27, Ii '3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HKltKHY GIVEN that
the underslKned. desirinn to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DADE COUNTY DETECTIVE AGEN-
CY at I' O, Box 62-193, M in I' I .
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, of I'ade
County, I-.orlda.
DO >D JOHNSON
Sole Owner
10/20-27. 11/3-10
IN r H I- CIRC. ~ c 0 u ; t- J F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 11150
UNITED SER\ i < > MKB
INSURANCE rcMPANY, n company
nuthorlsi .1 to dn dness In
Washington, D.C.,
PI ilu
ALLEN IH INEN u.
I .. elld 1-1' -
NOTICE OF SU T
Tl: ALLEN i: '' 4LYN
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YOU ARE H' ITIFIBD I il
a suit has I. lUgl '
bj UNITED SERVICES I.1 ''' IN-
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entltli I 'oui I. to I
gage el n ; '"
cril.i d pi -1 '
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ADDITIi IN TO \ NOB
BUHDIVISK N SECTION I' 10-
. ordlng to tl r'"
corded In Plat Boo 72,
of the publ re ird i of Dada
u. Florida;
and \ 0U ar- r- i Ired to : yoUf
answ< r with the i' erk of th <
Court of l> ide '' on ty, !' ii it the.
Courthouse in Ml.tn Florida, .n or
befon Soven 1,196
a cooi ot Kuch answer upon DAVID
P. CATSMAN. I' llntlff's I'lorn-y,
M h..-. addi i -- is 14th F o ir il 101
Baal Flagler Str iet, Mia i-.or-
i la. on or befor ..' I Sate, il ra-
i b) the Laws of Florida. If
you fall to i impla nl w n
be taken is mfi i
Decree Pro Confeaaa will be entered
agalnsl you for tlw celiel aemandeo
in the complaint
DATED this 18th daj of I -tober,
IMI.
F B LEATHERMAN
i lerk the cii
Dade County, Flol
(seal) C. 1. ALEXANDER,
DepuD '"k-rk
DAVID T CATSMAN
141h Floor at 101 E. Hauler S>.
Miami 22, Florl I t
10/20-27, 11/3-10


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'"Oewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 27, 1961
Section C
Built in large measure by the contributions
of the Jewish community in Dade county,
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Miami's Metro-
politan Medical Center opens with its dedica-
tion on Sunday at the hospital site, 1300 NW
14 sf. For program details, see Page 1-A.



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A NEW ADDITION TO THE METROPOLITAN MEDICAL CENTER
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Opens Sunday
Fulfilling a dream. Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital opens its doors
on Sunday. The non-profit hos-
pital will serve the ill of all faiths
with just oue goal finest pa-
tient care.
Only three floors of Cedars
will open Sunday. The top three
floor:- will be completed as the
necessary funds become avail-
able from contributions by Dade
eoun'.ians. But Cedars is no
longer a dream it is a reality
as at least half of it begins to
serve the community.
When the entire hospital is
completed, $4,500,000 will have
beer invested by the community
in this life-giving, health-saving
institution. Built by William A.
Berbusse, Jr., Construction Com-
pany. Cedars will ultimately offer
282 beds and 30 baby bassinets
at its six and one-fourth acre site
in the fast-developing Metropol-
itan Medical Center.
Significant about Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital is its lack of
frills. At Cedars, the big
outlay went into purchasing the
newest, finest and most efficient
equipment to save lives. After
thll huge investment in medical
equipment, there was simply not
encrgh money for "extras."
There was not even enough mon-
ey to complete the upper floors
at this time.
All radiology, surgery and
therapeutic facilities will be lo-
cated on the ground floor, along
with administrative offices. This
plan eliminates noise and hos-
pital traffic on the upper floors
where patients will be at rest.
Also on the main floor, to the
left of the lobby, are the Admit-
ting Offices. Gift Shop and In-
formation Desk. An Interfaith
Chapel and Contemplation Room,
where both patients and visitors
may offer prayers and meditate,
will be located to the right of the
main entrance.
Layout of Facilities
Adjoining the Admitting Office
is the Cashier and Bookkeeping
Department with its own safe
and night depository. Medical
records will be filed in this area.
Doctors will have their own en-
trance, where they will find a
dial-in system to make their pres-
ence in the building known to the
telephone operators.
A Snack Bar serving taste-
tempting delicacies will also be
located off the main lobby. The
large hospital cafeteria is situ-
ated in the rear-center area of
the ground floor close to the food
elevators. These food elevators
will open at each floor level,
close by the strategically-located
radar ranges that make food pip-
ing hot in just seconds.
There will be two elevator
banks, each with two high-speed,
smooth-stopping Otis elevators.
The Maternity Wing will be lo-
cated on the second floor, along
with patient beds. The third floor
will offer patient beds entirely.
Each bed will have electronic
position controls convenient for
manipulation by both the patients
and a visitor or nurse. Above
each bed will be a newly-design-
ed reading lamp that swings both
outward and up and down, so
that attending physicians ca n use
it for illumination during patient
examinations on the bed. Also,
above each bed will be piped-in
oxygen and suction devices.
'Concentrated Car*'
Each bed will be equipped with
a pillow speaker that will permit
a patient and nurse to com muni-
cate without necessitating the
nurse's presence in the room.
This pillow speaker will also be
tunable to radio and television
sets so that where there are two
patients in a room, one can lis-
,^/t *^pccial ^Jewish jf-'o ridian ^Jttpplcntcnt
This special supplement of The Jewish
Floridian tells the stor/ of Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital and the people who built it. The
$4,500,000 institution will be dedicated to'
the ill of all faiths. It will serve the commun-
ity in humanity's tireless, great fight for life
and the eradication of disease. Cedars of
Lebanon, with three floors still to be com-
pleted, will be an important part of Mami's
Metropolitan Medical Center. It has required
the difficult surmounting of many problems
to make Cedars a reality, and if is largely
the foresight, energy and determination of
the people behind Ceders of Lebanon friat
have brought the hospital to this Dedication
Day.
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ten to entertainment while the
other sleeps undisturbed.
The Nurses' Stations are cen-
trally located on the floor with
egress in all directions so that
every room is just a few quick
steps from the station on its floor.
This interior layout was de-
signed by the medical staff on
the hospital, itself. The doctors,
whose very own concept it was
to build Cedars, worked hand-in-
hand with the architects. Smith
and Korach. of Miami Beach,
designed the interior cf Cedars
for maximum efficiency from a
medically practical point of view.
Cedars of Lebanon will offer
four "concentrated care areas"
where specially-trained nurses
and orderlies will constantly su-
pervise the critically-ill needing
particular attention. Emergency
drugs and equipment will always
be immediately available on a
split-second's notice.
Doctors will be equipped with
transistor sized "walkie talkies"
to assure instantaneous contact
with patients in case of emer-
gency. Each hospital room will
have individually controlled air-
conditioning. The newest in car-
diac resuscitation equipment wiil
also be included in Cedars' array
of modern faciliti. -
Chief-of-Staff, Dr. Morton M.
Halpern, aptly describes the med-
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Page 3-C
JCTiON
GIN
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital was onginal-
i. conceived by the doctors who now
compete its medical staff. Above ere Dr.
Mrs. Morton M. Halpern, chief of the
medical staff at Cedars and one of the
c.ctive fund-raising campaigners. Right of
m is Dr. Morris Blau, who helped the
tty girl shovel out the first spade full of
;'.:! to start groundbreaking at Cedars.
Lower right (left to right) are E. Albert Pal-
let, Dr. Blau, Dr. Stanley Margoshes and
Dr. Maurice Rich at a hospital meeting
where doctors reported the sale oi nearly
S~ 50.000 in bonds to help finance Cedars
of Lebanon. Pallot is chairman oi the
Cedars development fund.
Pallot Gives Professional Staff Vote of Thanks
'"As Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
prepares to open its doors to the
! all faiths, it is time to ac-
knowledge the remarkable and
it \ i! a I activity earned out by
i Cedars development fund,"
fclbert Pallot. fund chairman,
..red this week.
"Under the directionrtip ol
Id Dunsky, over 50 produc
fund-raising events hav<
. since March. Count-
housj i da <>i telephone calls
hav been made from develop-
fund headquarters Endless
- ,.i planning and iolluu-
1hrouj;h have been invested.
The development tund team
vu.rks behind the scenes to make
< ur fund-raising ailairs success-
ful. The professional staff-has
i ne an excellent job," Pallot
. ed.
BRONZE PLAQUE
A bronze plaque will be
mounted in Cedars ol Lcha-
lospitai lobby, honoring
laborers responsible for
the physical creation of the
$4,500,000 institution. The
plaque will stand as a per-
manent monument. It will be
.ted as a cooperative pro-
ject by all sub-contractors.
Working closely with Dunsky is
Mrs. Arnold H. Perlstein, who
directs Womrn"s Division activi-
ties. Marlin Harrison and Perry
Trat'.en also aid in the field acti-
\ities of the hospitals lund-rais-
ing staff.
"Fund-raising is a notonou-iv
thankless job," declared Pallot.
"and our community owes a deht
of thanks to Dunsky and his staff
lor their important work in mak-
ing Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
a reality.*'
Adde'. the Cedars development
fund chairman: "The public rela-
tions program for the hospital
has been highly effective. Due
to its effectiveness, Miami has
learned about our nospital, its
aims and its ideals, well in ad-
vance of its opening."
Pallot offered a salute to
Charles R Jacobson, public rela-
tions director, and "Ron Levitt who
is assisting him. as well as to
Alan Shecter, who preceded Ja-
cobson as public relations direc-
tor, before joning J. I. Kislak
Mortgage Corp.
Other development fund stall
members who have assisted, he
said, are Ada Mass. Helen Bonn
Ruth Jacobson.
f. ALBIRT PALLOT
. development fund chairman
CONGRATULATIONS TO
Kmm*QCiars of ^L^cvanon <_jTopihil
FROM
GULF STATES STEEL CO. i
REINFORCING STEEL PLACEMENT
Congratulations from
SURGICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY
HUGH I. ADAMS
110 S.W. 2nd STREET
Miami, Florida
STRUCTURAL STEEL ERECTION
2905 NW 32 St.
NE 5-0774


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fJenisti fk>ridfan7
Friday, Octobei 27, 1961
JAMES ROOSEVELT TO SPEAK HERE
Judge Sam Silver At
Helm of Gables Drive
Plans for the Coral Gables com-
munity drive lor Cedars of Leba-
non Hospital will be culminated
with a Nov. 29 hospital dinner at
the Dupont Plaza hotel, an-
nounced Judge Sam I. Silver,
Coral Gables chairman.
Congressman James Roosevelt
(D.-Calif.) will be guest speaker
of the evening. Judge Silver an-
need Ihe fog associate
n ior the Nov 29 c!nntr:
Anthony Abi m Si
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.,*. Lou i
Holly. Abbot Harle. Fred Hart-
nett. Arthur Litt, Judge Ray Na-
than. Andy Novak. Richard Pal-
lot. Sol Rovin. Nathan B. Rood,
and Coral Gables Mayor Robert
Searle.
Bernard Serkin. Benedict Sil-
verman. Dr. Arthur Sokoloit.
Paul Ttvis, Nat Winokur and Her-
man Feldman arc also associate
iien ol the Coral Gables
conv for Cedars
7. ill community
i unt i up ;i .n -
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ts
i
Stanley Myers in Active Role
As Chairman of Cedars Board
One of the community's most
brilliant legal minds has been
a", the helm of the board of trus-
tees of Cedars of Lebanon Hospi-
tal. As board chairman of Cedars,
Stanley C. M>ers has been one of
the driving forces behind the
Cedars building fund campaign.
Myer; gained national attention
as a standard-bearer of philan-
thropy when for five terms he
served as president of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds, a national body which
includes a membership from Jew-
ish Federations in over 200 cities
in the United States and Canada.
He is a recipient of the famous
Silver Medallion Award for
Brotherhood presented by the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews.
His most familiar role, of late,
has been at the head table of a
series of fund-raising events for
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, at
which he has successfully solicit-
ed gifts and pledges to the Cedars
development fund.
Myers' wife, Martha, has taken
an active role in the Cedars cam-
paigns, too. accepting the chair-
manship of the Women's Divi-
sion's Golden Gift of Guardian-
ship luncheon on Nov. 10 at the
Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Myers
has served as an active chairman
for this gala function.
Rabbi Narot to be Feted;
Thurman Will Head Event
A lifetime of community ser-
vice will be recognized when hon-
or is paid to Rabbi Joseph Narot
on Monday, Nov. 27. The occa-
sion will be a community dinner
for the benefit of Cedars of Leba-
non Hospital, attended by hun-
dreds of Rabbi Narot's friends,
including many members of his
Temple Israel congregation.
A Harvard graduate, Harold
CULMINATION OF EFFORT
Continued from Page 2-C
at the half-way mark," Sapiro
said, and he believes it.
Speaking with him, it's hard
to doubt his words. It will take
a strong and determined effort
to complete Cedars, but with the
inspired leadership of Sapiro as
president, it is clear that Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital has a bright
future with financial security to
look forward to.
Thurman will serve as chairman
of the Narot dinner, and will an-
nounce the location of the dinner
this week. Long active in the
U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Thurman has built up an enviable
record of philanthropic work both
in Miami and in Boston.
Thurman .^ a memoer of the
board of trustees of Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital and has served
actively with the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. He is a finan-
cial consultant in Miami.
"It is fitting that an nonor to
Dr. Narot and a benefit dinner
for Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
be combined so tnat the communi-
ty can respond to two most worth-
while projects in the same excit-
ing evening," Thurman said.
Thurman is actively organizing
his dinner committee. Dinner
reservations are already being
accepted.
Dr. Narot will accept the com-
munity's honor and deliver the
main address at the dinner.
CONGRATULATIONS...
AND VERY BEST WISHES TO
The OFFICERS and DIRECTORS of
CEDARS OF LEBANON HOSPITAL
From
Miami Title & Abstract Company
136 N.E. 1st STREET
FR 3-8432
JUZCl SAM I. sum
. announces speaker
LefcjrJ Loads
Spector Push
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been nai
Miian of a benefit dinm r for
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital t;i;,t
honor Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Spector.
The dinner is scheduled for Oct.
31. and will take place at the Bar-
celona hotel. It is anticipated
that a large turnout of members
of Beth David Congregation will
be on hand to honor the Spectors.
Both Lcfcourt and Spector are
members of the board of trustees
of Cedars of Lebanon.
Democratic United States Sen.
A. S. "Mike" Monroney. of Okla-
homa, will fly to Miami to be
guest speaker of the evening.
Sen. Monroney has been a Senate
leader in the fields of foreign aid,
aviation, education, money and
banking, housing, natural re-
sources, and small businesses.
Mr. and Mrs. Spector will be
honored "for their 40 years of
outstanding community and chari-
table efforts." a builder of long
standing, Spector has extended
his philanthropic aid to practical-
ly every local cause. Lefcourt,
a Miami CPA, has also been ac-
tive in many charitable affairs.
SIDNEY IIFCOURT
. .. Spector ii'ne
HAROLD rmUKAH
. dinner choirmn
S1AHU1 C. MYERS
. board chairman
MRS. NATHANIH ..''.
. Auxiliary mttliitmi

Mrs. Levin is Honored
Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin,
known to all as Sylvia, was
honored early this month at
a Cedars of Lebanon Hospi-
tal Open House. She is com-
pleting her second year as
president of the Women's
Auxiliary' of Cedars.
She is a former president
of National Council of Jew-
ish Women, and di I ng
administration she spear
headed a drive for a tram
ing program for sight-nan' i
capped children. A recipie: t
of the Sigma Delta Tau I
manities Award, she h.
been active in community
Continued on Page C
CONGRATULATIONS TO
^-^edars of &L~ebanon FROM
ATLANTIC PLASTERING
CORPORATION
LICENSED INSURED
. PLASTERING
LATHING
INSULATING
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\$2ualit\j
"There was a warm, earthy,
Lincolnesque quality about him
that endeared him to every-
one ." With this thought in
her mii'd, Mrs. F. Taylor Cushner
topi pallette and brush in hand
and painted this~"portrait of Abe
Arorovitz. The painting will hang
ii the Abe Aronovitz Memorial Pa-
vilion, which will occupy the en-
tire fourth floor of Cecar3 of
Lebanon Hospital.
When completed, the Aronovitz
Pavilion will be dedicated to the
and '.reatment ol" heart di-
seases. T.:e Pavilion will cost
S500.000 and much of the money
i.eeaed will be provided by the
Abe Aronovitz Memorial commit-
tee, which is chaired by Mayor
Robert King High. Aronovitz had
been Mayor of Miami until a, heart
ailment forced his retirement.
At the time of his death, he was
chairman of the Cedars of Leba-
non Hospital development fund.
Contributors to the Aronovitz Pa-
vilion are being set aside in a
separate hospital fund, and con-
tributors may specify that their
gifts be designated for the Pa-
vilion.
MIAMI'S HAROLD DUNSKY
Successful Fund- Raiser
Has Ideas by Million
One man was responsible for
raising 19 500,000 in a single Mi-
using campaign it
i d iiin 22 months
. ipital. K ill prob-
done b ain un-
i; ID insky himself di-
rect tfa paign.
d rector of Cedars of
i anon Hospital development
i insky continues to sot
iii tre.-.Js in fund-raising tech-
n es.
1 he colorful and dynamic fun'd-
raiser is recognized nationally
for introducing new ideas and
innovations into "the multi-billion
dollar fund-raising industry that
are common practice today.
Dunsky is credited with being
the first man to inject the princi-
ples of applied psychology into
solution! for money-raising prob-
lem-. Modern concepts of emotio-
nal appeals, strategic seating
plans, effective use of closed cir-
cuit television are a few cum-
in only-practiced techinques origi-
nated by Dunsky.
Dunsky has a flair for the dra-
matic an.i the daring. He once
organized 1.000 volunteers lor a
campaign to sell Si,000.000 in Is-
rael Bond-, m one day. The cam-
paigr: \u> successful.
Would you have the daring to
tell a plane load of successful
business executives that the plane
wouid staj up in the air until it
either ran out of gas or every pas-
HAR0LD DUNSKY
. fund-raiser
ghl sio.ooo in Israel
I: mds Dun-!,-, did it. and none
of the passengers chose to bluff
him.
ice :> ".lend bet Dunsky $50
that he couldn't sell a certain
strai r $25,000 in Israel Bonds
within ;:! hour, Dunsky picked
up the $50 with plentj to spare,
ing only 20 minutes to close
the transaction.
These arc just a handful of Dun-
sky doings in a fund-raising ca-
reer thai has seen him raise over
S100.000.000 for worthy causes. He
has been referred to in high cir-
Contiued on Page 10-C
Endowments
At Hospital
Still Available
Wi*n the half-way mark
reacheJ in Cedars of Leba-
non Hospital's campaign for
54,500.000. and with half Of
the six floors of the hospital
ready for service, the num-
ber of facilities available tor
endowment are also approxi-
mately at the 50 percent
mark.
Of 183 facilities originally
available, about 100 of them
have been endowed through
the generosity and philan-
thropy of the community.
Most popular have been the
facilities in the maternity
ward.
According to E. Albert Pal-
lot, chairman of the devel-
opment fund, there are still
a good number of life-saving
facilities and quantities of
health-giving equipment that
have not been endowed.
"These range from gilts of
$1,000 for various examina-
tion rooms to the $250,000
cornerstone, with plenty to
choose from in between,"
Pallot said.
Facilities may be reserved
by pledges payable over a
five-year period It is esti-
mated that the remaining fa-
cilities still available will be
endowed to a great extent
bj the en d Of the current
phase of the fund raising
campaign.
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v-Jenist fhr>ridf3in
Women of Cedars
Meet some of the hard-working women who are helping the
Women's Auxiliary reach its pledge goal oi S250.00O. Starting
c: the top left corner are "the doctors' wives for Cedars" :left to
right seated Mrs. Morten M. Halpern. Mrs. Wayne Rogers and
Mrs. Norman Gladsden. Standing are Mesdcmes Bernard
Yesr.er Morris Blau, Max Pepper. Louis Lemberg and Nathaniel
M. Levir.. Upper right is a preview of the Saks Holiday line of
fashions to be shown at the Golden Gift of Guardianship lunch-
eon on Nov. 10 at the Fontcinebleau. Modeling the formal
coat, is loan Bart, shown with Saks fashion coordinator. Miss
Irene Gracia. Lower left are a few of the "board wives for
Cedcis seated left to right Mrs. David Stuzin. Mrs. Sam Luby
and Mrs Samuel T. Sapiro. Women's Division chairman. Stand-
ale Mesdames Sidney Aronovitz. Ben Novack. Maurice Fur-
man and Sol C. Schave. Admiring the beautiful Book of Heal-
ing that contains the names of every Life Guardian aTe (left to
right Mesdames Nathaniel M. Levin. Herbert Gelernter. Ted
Lorterman Morion M. Haiperr. JuLus Spector and Samuel T.
Saoiro.
Success and Good Luck
Sunshine Sweets Sugar, Inc.
GREEN BROS INC
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WE ARE PROUD TO HAVE FURNISHED
THE MILLWORK
FOR THE NEW
Kcedars of ^L^cbcttton <_J~~lospital
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Friday, Oclober 27, 1961
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Page 7-C
Llfg GjIMRDfAHS GODMOTHERS
Cedars Women's Group
Plans Busy Fall Schedule
One of the unique features of
the campaign to mnld and" com -
I etc Cedars of Lebanon Hospi-
tal has been the support lrom
women in the community, who
have planned one of the busiest
fall programs ever embarked up-
on in Miami history.
A huge success has been the
I. fe Cuardianship and Godmother
l rogram that has >cen clo?o to
21 women making pledges of
I and 11,000.
The $300 pledge, payable over
a !,hree-year period, makes a wom-
an contributor a Life Guardian,
and means thai her name will be
inscribed permanently in the Book
of Healing. The Book of Healing,
endowed by Mrs. Rena Broidy,
will stand permanently in the
lobby of Cedars, attesting to the
philanthropy of Miami women.
The SI.000 pledge enrolls a wom-
an contribir.er as a Godmo'her,
and her contribution is applied to
endow facilities and equipment
in the Maternity Wing oi Cedars
of Lebanon.
Mrs. Sapiro Crowns
Life of Philanthropy
With Cedars Opening
The opening of Cedars of Leb-
anon Hospital and the all-out
fund-raising campaign that has
been engineered to make this
opening possible is the climax
of a lifetime of philanthropy for
Carrie (Mrs. Samuel T.) Sapiro,
chairman of the Women's Divis-
ion of the hospital development
fund. Carrie has always had the
habit of pitching in.
She has helped in the drive for
$2,500,000
Still JVccJcJ
Cedars oi Lebanon Hospital
still needs $2,500,000 to complete
its building fund goal, Stanley C.
Myers, Cedars board chairman,
said.
In order to pay off the borrowed
funds and complete t h e unfin-
ished top three floors of the hos-
pital, the $2,500,000 figure must
still be raised, in spile of the fact
that the hospital is now opening
its doors.
"In order to progress construc-
tion this far, the hospital has
sold bonds and obtained a first
mortgage," Myers explained. It
it clear that further debt, how-
ever, would be prohibitive be-
cause oi the excessive interest
expense! that would be involved.
"Our only source of new funds
lies with the contributions and
pledges of the people within the
community," Myers added.
Israel Bonds. She has helped in
the drive to build Ml. Sinai Hos-
pital. She has helped in the
drive to sell US. War Bonds,
once being decorpted by Mrs.
Omar Bradley lor her success-
ful efforts.
But Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital is something special for
Carrie. For one thing, her hus-
band is president ol the hospital.
"Because Cedars became so im-
portant to him, it became impor-
tant to me," she said.
Originally from New York,
Carrie and Sam Sapiro moved to
Miami in 1935, and have been
highly active in civic and chari-
table affairs from the time they
unpacked their luggage.
Mrs. Sapiro has three married
sons and seven grandchildren.
She and Sam live in Coral Gables,
where she has amassed one of
the most colorful collections of
foreign-made dolls on the local
scene.
Mrs. Sapiro is headirg up what
might be among the busiest hos-
pital fund-raising campaigns by
women ever attempted in Miami.
With a $250,000 pledge to re-
deem, a lot of events and affairs
must be planned and activated.
Carrie's determined efforts will
be recognized at long last on
Nov. 10 when the Auxiliary pays
tribute to her at the festive Gold-
en Gift of Guardianship luncheon
at the Fontainebleau hotel.
MRS. LEVIN
Continued from Pag* 4-C
life ever since moving to Mi-
ami in 1946.
As president of Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary,
she has played a formidable
role in the Women's Division
activities of the hospital de-
velopment fund. These acti-
vities will' be climaxed on
Nov. to with the hospital's
Golden Gift of Guardianship
luncheon at the Fontaine-
bleau.
MM. SAMUEL SAPWO
. women's choirmon
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Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the board of
trustees oi Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, points
to the Abe Aronovitz Memorial Pavilion, the
lourlh floor at Cedars, as hospital president,
Samuel T. Sapiro, and hospital administrator,
Sanford K. Bronstein, look on attentively. Al-
though the hospital is opening Sunday, the
fourth floor, as well as the fifth and sixth, will
not be completed until additional funds are
made available through contributions and
pledges.
Hospital Costs Easily Justified Today
The stay of a patient at Cedars
of Lebanon will be shorter than
ever. This fact can be attribut-
ed to advances in medical science
and the condensation and intensi-
fication of the care received. For
the bread-winner of the family, a
shorter hospital stay means a
speedier return to the perform-
ance of regular duties and in-
come resumalion.
American hospitalization re-
ports point out that in 1937 a frac-
tured leg would have confined
the patient to bed for approxi-
mately 114 days, while the aver-
age confinement today is 16 days.
Maternity cases usually of 11
days duration in 19G7 were short-
ened to only lour days by 1957.
In proportion to a shorter hos-
pital stay, the price of hospitaU-
zation has risen sharply The cost
of living has doubled since 1940,
but hospital rates are over lour
times what they were back "in
the good old days."
One of the well-known figures
in the hospital administration
field, recently made the obser-
vation that hospital services cost
more than ever, but they are bet-
ter than ever, and cannot be pro-
vided for less.
It is easy to justify a hospital
bill when you take time to ana-
lyze it item by item.
First and foremost in your hos-
pital statement is the 24 hours
nursing service you receive as a
patient, men are the therapeu-
tically prepared meals, medica-
tions, dressings, casts, blood
transfusions, laboratory tests,
drugs, X-rays, operating room
costs, maid and orderly services
plus your cheerful room.
CONGRATULATIONS TO
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ESTABLISHED 1925
Member cf Painting and Decorating Contractors cf America
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Friday. October 27,
1961
WOMEN'S SERVICE PROGRAM A PRIVILEGE
Auxiliary Volunteers Ready to Help
The very beautiiul former Miss Universe, Mrs. G. David
Schine, poses in front of the hospital marquee, dressed in the
Auxiliary volunteer uniform that will be worn by women
serving the patients at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Mrs.
Schine was the first to enroll as a Cedars Volunteer.
Congratulations
from
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STEEL FORMS
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TU 5-1722
CONGRATULATIONS...
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The Women's Auxiliary of
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will
maintain an active role in the
operation and services of the hos-
pital, according to Auxiliary
president. Mrs. Nathaniel 11. Le-
\in.
Now that the ho-pital is built,
the Auxiliary's m-hospital duties
are first beginning. Members of
the group are eligible to partici-
pate in the volunteer service pro\
gram which has already been
planned.
Were going to be as professio-
nal as possible." she said. "We've
minced no words about the seri-
ousness of this work."
Because hospital work is new
to most Auxiliary members, they
must pass through a rigorous
training program and examina-
tions that will prove their cap-
ability.
Among the services Auxiliary
members will perform include
the operation of the Gift Shop,
located on the first floor near the
hospital entrance. In addition,
there will be an escort service to
take patients to their rooms. The
volunteers will be dressed in seal
blue and white "jumper-type"' uni-
forms. Letter sorting and deliv-
ery will also be handled by the
Auxiliary.
'The volunteer service program
will be a privilege, not a social
club."' Mrs. Levin pointed out,
"and will be designed to aid pa-
tients in every way possible."
Lovely Actress Celeste Holm.
Chinchilla Rap to be Given
Away Free at Luncheon
Lovely actress Celeste Holm models the eye-opening chinchlll
that will be given away free at the Cedars of Lebanon Hosp.'.^; Won
Auxiliary Golden Gilt of Guardianship luncheon on Nov. 10 a: the Fun-
tainebleau hotel. Miss Holm modeled the fur during a recent Miami
visit and lent a large measure of time to the Cedars Auxiliarj busy
fall program. The Auxiliary has pledged $250,000 to the hoM I
ment fund.
VALUABLE PRIZES SCHEDULED FOR DISTRIBUTION HERE
^juctrdicinsnip j~ete at jrontaineblcaii
The women behind Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital will climax
their fall program of activity
when the Auxiliary hosts its ex-
citing Golden Gift of Guardian-
ship luncheon on Nov. 10 at the
Fontainebleau hotel.
In addition to a dazzling bill of
entertainment, prizes will be giv-
en away, and a preview of Saks
Fifth Avenue's trend-setting Holi-
day line of fashions will be shown
for the first time.
Among the valuable prizes arc
a breath-taking chinchilla wrap,
a stunning diamond watch-brace-
let, a S100 gilt certilicate from
Hallmark Interiors, and scores of
other surprises,
A thrilling array of Saks Holi-
day line of fashions will be re-
vealed.
Chairman of the luncheon is
Facilities For
Well Being
"In a relatively short space of
time, this community has created
many facilities for the pursuit of
our collective happiness." This is
the view of Mrs. Nathaniel M.
Levin, president of the Ceuars of
Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary.
"As citizens, together, we have
participated in many of these ef-
forts. The results have been
homes lor the handicapped;
school programs for the deaf and
the blind; a home, and care for
the aged; legislation for the un-
derprivileged; pleas for racial
and religious tolerance; facili-
ties for the pursuit of our cul-
ture.
""And now. Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital. As an Auxiliary, we
have been able to offer significant
help. Our first promise to raise
$100,000 has been met. Volunteers
for a hospital in-service program
are being selected, oriented and
trained. Our Gift Shop is equip-
ped and ready for business. Our
membership is also growing."
Mrs. Stanley C. (Martha) Myers,
ably assisted by Mesdames Mau-
rice Furman. Peritz Scheinberg,
Herbert Gelernter, Hy Kaplan,
William A. Weintraub. William
Wagner, Norman Gladsden. Sid-
ney Langer, David Stuzin, Sidney
Lefcourt and Sidney Wcincr.
A tribute to Mrs. Samuel T.
(Carrie) Sapiro will be offered at
the luncheon, honoring the Wom-
en's Division chairman of the hos-
pital development lund tor her
dedicated and successful service.
The Auxiliary announced earlier
this month that it was raising
its pledge an additional $150,000
to a new total pledge of a quar-
ter of a million dollars. The first
SI 00.000 milestone has already
been reached, with the help of
all of the guests who will attend
the Golden Gift of Guardianship
luncheon.
The Cedars w o m c i have
reached record height- with .in
action-packed and since ssl :un raising campaign. Thi> have
been on television I mes,
in the newspaper.- every week,
on radio and in movies, carrying
their campaign to In: I
According to .Mrs Myers, 3
capacity turnout is antici] '
the guardianship luncheon 'The
spirit of our women i'h
inspiration, detent) < d
confidence." she .-.. .
The numoer oi ni '
Life Guardians has
ing almost daily, ;.i: "k \>i>;-
liary is encourages '
that it can and will .-.. < S250
for the hospital.
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Fiiday. October 27, 1961
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Questions About Cedars of Lebanon
Probe Essential Goals of Hospital
Q. What are some of the back-
ground tacts regarding Cedars of
i ebanon?
A. Cedars is a non-profit, non-
sectarian hospital, costing S4.500.-
and situated on a six and a
l II acre site in Miami's Metro-
Lan Medical Center. 1300 NW
L4th st.

Q. How big is Cedars?
A. When completed, the Six-
ry hospital will offer the com-
munity 282 beds. Administration
i es, Operating Rooms and ra-
diology Department are located
on ihe ground floor and patient
beds will occrpy upper floors.
+ *
Q. Will my stay at Cedars be
expensive?
A. Prices for hospital services
at Cedars will be about the same
and, in some cases, lower than
Uher hospitals in Dade county.
* *
Q. Will Cedars accept charity
patients?
A. Yes. It should be kept in
mind that a strong financial struc-
ture for the hospital will assure
a maximum number of beds tor
indigent patients.

0. Is Cedars equipped with the
most up-to-date facilities?
A. Yes. Cedard has acquired
the newest, most modern hospital
equipment available. Each bed
\\jjl have pillow speakers lor
communication with nurses and
piped-in oxygen devices, among
other innovations.
.? rk *
O. Where is the money going to
come irom?
A. Contributions from all per-
sons in Dade county are being
i licited. Tins is the primary
mve of funds for constructing
nr.d ifurnishing the hospital.
'. Will the hospital provide for
' fcching and research?
A. Yes, the hospital will have
indent physicians and interns,
.with the general practition-
and ihe specialists will per-
6rm laboratory and clinical re-
search to test and create new
methods of healing.
)
Q. Is Cedars of Lebanon Hospi-
tal really needed?
A. Dade county has nearly the
number of hospital beds it needs.
However. Dade's population in-
creases by thousands each month
and the community must ksep
pace with the increasing need
for hospital beds
* *
0. What is the Abe Aronovita
Memorial Pavilion? (
A. In memory of ex Miami
Mayor Abe Aronovitz. who was
Cedars of Lebanon's development
hind chairman at the time of his
death, the fourth tloor at Cedars
will be known as the Abe Arono-
vitz Memorial Pavilion and will
be dedicated to study and treat-
ment of heart diseases
0. May contributions be sepa-
rately and especially designated
to the Abe Aronovitz Memorial
Pavilion?
A. Yes. Pledges and contribu-
tions should be so indicated. There
is a separate fund lor these Pa-
vilion contributions.
* %
O. A r e contributions to the
Aronovitz Pavilion tax deducti-
ble?
A. Yes. All contributions to the
Aronovitz Pavilion, and to Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital development
hind are deductible in accord-
ance with Internal Revenue Ser-
vice regulations
k k k
Q. What is a Life Guardian?
A. A Life Guardian is a woman
in whose name $300 has been
contributed or pledged, payable
over a three-year period. She is
called a Life Guardian because
she helps safeguard the financial
security of Cedars of Lebanon.
Her name is inscribed in the Book
of Healing which will stand per-
manently in the lobby at Cedars
Hospital.
*
Q. What is a Godmo'.ier?
A. A Godmother is a woman in
whose name SI .000 has been con-
tributed or pledged, payable over
a five-year period. She is called
a Godmother because her gift is
applied toward the cost of build-
ing and furnishing the maternity
wing. Her name is inscribed on
a facility in this wing.
t t *
Q. Are other facilities available
for endowment1
A. Yes. There is a complete
list of facilities that may be spe-
cifically endowed in someone's
name with gifts ranging upward
from $1,000. Combinations of con-
tributions from a group may be
applied together to endow a fa-
cility.
Left to right are Mrs. Frank Cole, Mrs. Ben Novak, Mrs. Robert
Werner and Mrs. Morris Blau, exchanging comments about
the assorted qifts that will be available in the Lobby Gift
Shop in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. The shop will be oper-
ated by the Women's Auxiliary of Cedars.
Mrs. Blau to Operate Gift
Shop on Business Basis
Hospital's Administrator
Offers His Rich Experience
Bringing nearly a quarter of a
century of hospital administra-
tion experience to his new posi-
tion. Sanford K. Bronstein. admin-
istrator and executive director of
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital,
promises "patient care" as the
watchword at Cedars.
Bronstein. a native Miamian,
is president of the South Florida
Hospital Council and a senior
member of the American Assn.
of Hospital Accountants.
As a major in the United States
Air Force, he was administrator
of a 2,500-bed military hospital.
He served as administrator and
comptroller of Variety Children's
Hospital for live years. At one
point. Bronstein served as admin-
istrator of the Dade County Civil
Defense Council and assistant ad-
ministrator of Jackson Memorial
Hospital at the same time.
He is a member of the board
of directors of .Ichn Elliot Blood
Bank and Dade County Hospital
Advisory Board. Bronstein has
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Betty (Mrs. Morris) Blau may
be small in stature physically,
but when it comes to handling
responsibility, her ability comes
through in giant si/e proportions.
She is known to all for the ex-
emplory work which she has
achieved as vice president of
ways and means ince the Auxil-
iary's inception in 1958. It is
therefore fitting that Betty will
be chairman of Cedars of Leba-
non Hospital Women's Auxiliary
Gift Shop.
Betty (Mrs. Frank) Cole, co-
chairman of the project, who is
no neophyte to leadership after
SANfORD K. BRONSTtIN
.. hospital administrator
been honored by the American
Bed Cross and the Unr.ed Stales
Civil Defense Council.
Tube System
For Efficiency
An arterial system of pneumat-
ic tubes has been built in between
the brick and cement walls of
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital a
system which literally will give
life to the new, modern medical
facility
The high speed tube system
which will be in operation when
Ihe $4,500,000 hospital is opened
Oct. 29, consists of several miles
of tubing within the walls and 15
-ending and receiving stations.
These stations are spotted at key
points throughout the hospital,
such as surgery stations, emer-
gency rooms, and pharmacy.
Key benefit of the system is
elimination of the time-consum-
ing messenger service, enabling
a jet-age transmission of medical
and lab reports and other impor-
tant documents, as well as medi-
cines and supplies.
Lamson Corporation, of Syra-
cuse, N.Y., which has manufac-
tured the system in more than 40
of the nation's newest medical
centers, said that a tube can de-
liver material "when it is needed
and where it is needed."
chairing many successful Cedars
events, will be, as Mrs. Blau puts
it. "my right-hand man." Equal-
ly wonderful was the additional
news that Janice (Mrs. Ben) No-
vack, known to all for her ex-
tremely unusual talent in decor-
ating, will be there in the lineup
using her ability toward the ta->k
of making the (lift Shop an "e>e-
stopper" in decor.
Mrs. Blau is determined that
although all volunteers will be
unpaid workers, the complete
atmosphere will be strictly "busi-
ness." and everyone will be train-
ed along this line.
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1961

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CARVED IN *KH MAHOGANY
Monument to Philanthropy
The Tree of Life, which will stand permanently in the Mam Lobby
of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, was inspired from a derivation ol the
hospital's name. It is being created by internationally-renowned artist
Michael Piuggi. whose renderings hang in the Vatican and other Euro-
pean glfferies Carved into a rich, solid mahogany panel, the Tree of
Life will viand eight ft. high by four ft. wide, flanked by vencal mold-
hit;1- "f alternating aluminum mahogany, all beneath a gently-curved,
rch of classical design. Contributors of S500 or more to Cedars will
Save their names etched beneath the roots of the Tree of Life as a
ftrmi.net monument to their philanthropy.
Congratulations and Best Wishes
FLAMINGO GLASS &
MIRROR CO.
GLASS and METAL WORK
347 West 21st Street, Hialeah
Ph. TU 5-2351
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
from
NAT and AL ZALKA
CERTIFIED
POULTRY and EGG CO.. Inc.
"Over 35 Years in Miami"
PURVEYORS OF QUALITY FOODS
Serving Hotels, Institutions
and Restaurants
FR 9-0675
41 N.W. lOfh Street
Cedars of Lebanon Opens
Continue- frefll Pare t-C
ical lac
les of re-
search and thinl
summarized in ; and
construction of-Outers of Leba-
non. We planned il 11 each
second ol fme s tht hospital meam tie difference
between life and death. Every
available dollar went into patient
conveniences and health meas-
ures."
Abe Aronoviti Pavilion
When completed, tht fourth
floor of Cedars wild be knov i
the Abe Aronoviu V il Pa-
vilion, in nn : for-
mer Miami .Mayor who was
chairman of the Iding
fund at the time oi his
L ami. 1 it i r m o u s
amount- ci nd effort to
be't'< city Appr< ; riat< 5
plan for the A1 v novitz
Memorial Pa 1 sing
the- entire lourth floor, will be
devoted to the study and treat-
ment of heart diseases.
Another impcrtar.t aspect to
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will
be the availability 01 kosher
meals to patients According to
hospital administrator. Sanford
K. Bre.nstein. patients desiring
kosher meals will be able to or-
der them at no extra charge.
Arrangements have been made
with a kosher caterer for this
m rvice, so that kosher kitchens
reed not be maintained.
At the rear of the hospital, an
emergency drive-in ramp has
been built that cuts delays in
emergency cases to a bare min-
imum. Parking will not be a
problem at Cedars of Lebanon.
A large, paved lot surrounding
the hospital will provide more
space than anticipated needs re-
quire.
An integral part of the .Metro-
politan Medical Center. Cedars
Fund Raiser
Continued from Page 5-C
cles as "the Babe Ruth of fund-
raising" and "a champion tor
philanthropy."
Dunsky's educational back-
ground is both unique and excit-
ing He holds a Bachelor of Arts
degree from De Paul University,
a Master's degree in psychology
from Northwestern University,
and a Bachelor of Laws degree
from Chicago Kent College of
Law.
With this background in psy-
chology and law. Dunsky served
his government for seven years
as chief of psychological counsel-
ing services for the Veterans Ad-
ministration, and for three years
as chief of consultation service
for the Adjutant General's Divi-
sion in the U.S. Army
In free time. Dunsky is writing
a book entitled "The ABC's ol
Fund-Raising for You and Your
Organization." He reports ad-
vance interest from several pub-
lishing houses,
Dunsky is constantly sought
after as a lecturer on lund-raising
for synagogues throughout Flori-
da. He is well-known through-
out the Jewish communities of
the country as a moelcrn. effec-
tive engineer of successful fund-
raising campaigns.
Other projects Dunsky has
served are Osteopathic General
Hospital of Miami, Temple Eman-
uel religious school, and for sev-
en years, assistant city manager
in Chicago for Israel Bonds. While
in Chicago, he filled the Chicago
Stadium and the International
Amphitheater four times in the
largest mass rallies for Israel
Bonds ever seen in that city.
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital has
Continued on Page 11-C
will have the advantage of work-
with other hospitals
- that require special as-
. nee The Medical Center.
D completed, will be the larg-
YT ir (he South It i> anticipated
that patients will be coming to
the Center for treatment from all
over Latin America, as well as
from ill over the State- of Flor-
ida The last-multiplyinc popu-
lation of Dade county will re-
0: the- resources avail-
enter, and Cedar- .:
anon Hos]
important role ir. I
And so. a- O an t>anon
Hospital opens Sui ,hou,d
be kept in mind | ispiu,
Is -till incomplete .. nwis
the community -
ance to give it ;
happy end ng. li -. fficisda
anticipate a sir nsc l0
the fail fund-raising campaign,
and it is expected -.'-..
tion of the upp. r I
realized at an earls .:
Compliments of
Stuart sJomoii
/v. iAJiUUnms ^y^fptc
. IK cuben /Koch hi mi
*^idncu Jim CfCOHrl
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
To the Board of Directors
and Staff of the
v*_--catir 0/ dswegMtMOM *^J%OSpital
from
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
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Friday. October 27, 1961
"fJewisii ftorkttam
Page 11-C
Patients and friends of Dr. Lawrence Adlei port to Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Similar
paid honor to him at a surprise breakfast held financial support for Cedars of Lebanon was
at the Dupont Plaza hotel last month. In Dr. pledged by friends of Dr. Stanley Margoshes,
Adler's honor, the assemblage pledged sup- Dr. Banning G. Lary and Dr. Victor Dembrow.
Cedars Guardians and Godmothers
Honored for Assisting Hospital
Cedars Ol Lebanon this week
saluti Godmothers and Guardi-
ons i ispital. Godmothers
are:
Mesdames Edward W. Broidy,
Joseph Chazen, George Cheren,
Theodore (homers. William E.
Dawson, Sadie Pagen, John Pel-
ler, Maurice Furman, Herbert
Gelernter, Lee Gelvan, Ethel
Schonfeld Gerson, Morris Hock.
Mesdames Boyd Kay. Maurice
Koven, s. Iney w. Langer, Ben J.
Leichner, David \v. Levy, Sam
Luby, Julius Margolis, Harry
Markowitz. Robert L. Markowitz,
Harry L. .May. Stanley C. Myers.
Mesdames Andrew J. Novak.
Ben Novak, ins n. Rich, Nessle
Rich, Morns Rubin, Samuel Sa-
piro. Albert P. Shore. Samuel
Spector, Nat Waldman, William
Wagner, Philip Warshaw, Harry
Wohl
Lite Guardians are:
Mesdames Milton Adler, Law-
rence Adler, Abe Aronovitz, Sid-
ney Aronovitz, Harry August,
Congratulations
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Abraham Barkan. Joe Barshan,
Rose Biern, Morris Blau, Elliott
Blumenthal. Seymour Blumen-
thal. Leo Braverman, Jack Brill,
Norman Brown. Chester Cassel,
I. G. Christie. Joel S. Cohen.
Frank S. Cole. Charles Coleman.
Mesdames Jacob Colsky. Rus
sell Costanzo, Artthur Do GutZ,
Victor Debrow, Albert Dubbin.
Gertrude Dunner. Harold Dunskj.
Sanford Bmerman, Libhy Fein-
Btein, Ilene Fink. Morns Fox. Je-
rome Preehling, Joseph Freeman.
Albert H. Friedman. F a n n l e
Frommer, Evelyn s Gamse, Lar-
ry Ciilbert. Norman Gladsen,
Sarah Glickman, Nathan Glover,
Louis Goldman. Mitchell Gold-
man. Harry Gordon. Philip Got
lieb. Sid Greenblatl, Morris !'..
Greene.
Mesdames Eugene Greenlield.
William Groner, Herbert Halpern.
Morion Halpern, Bernard Hand-
sel. Robert Henin, David Hess.
Robert Hyams. Mildred S. Ives,
Hyman Kaplan. Abraham Kasow,
Abe Katz. Sheldon Kay. Ruth Kel-
ler, Charles Leeds, Sidney Let-
COUIt, Louis Lemberu. Harry Ler
ner. H. B. Leschel. Nathaniel
Levin, Sidney Lewis. James Lcwy.
Louis London, Ted Lotterman.
Sam Luby, jr.
Mesdames Robert Maccht,
Stanley Margoshes, Milton Mar-
gulies, Edward Markowitz. Ben-
jamin Meyers. Irving Newmark.
Max Newmark, Edwin B. Oppen-
heim. Benjamin Oren, Max Pep-
per. Arnold Perlstein, Irving Phi-
lipson. Ethel Press, Dave Pull-
man. Luke Rader, Alene Ralston.
Sam Ramagli, Julian Robinson,
Reuben Rochkind. Robert Roden-
berg, Wayne Rogers.
Mesdames Frank A. Rose,
George Rosen. Charles Roscnfeld.
Murray Rosen'hal, Fred Rosen-
zwcig. Raymond R. Rubin, Mor-
ton Russack, Robert Russell, Har-
riet Salinger. Fred A. Sandier,
Walter W. Seheel, Peritz Schem-
berg. Sam Sehulefand. Robert
Schwartz, Irvin Seaman. Cecil Se-
gor. Jack Seitlin. Ruth Shatz, Sol
Shaye, Jacob Shcr, Philip Shul-
man. William Singer, G. H. Soule.
Mesdames Julius Spector, S. May
Stern. Theodore Struhl. David
Stuzin. Harold Thurman, Lilian
Traube. William Wagner. Benno
Webster. Philip Weinstein, Sidney
Weiner. Sydney L. Weintraub.
William Weintraub. Nat Wendell.
Fred Witkoff. Sam Wolff. Leo, S.
Wool. Bernard Yesner, Nat Zalka,
Thomas Zaydon, Doran Zinner.
Also Mesdames William J. Bren-
ner, B. F. Breslaner. Dons
Hyams. Edward Lewis.
PROCLAIM CEDARS DAY'
Mayor Robert Searle, of Coral
Gables, this week designated Nov.
29 as '"Cedars of Lebanon Day"
in Coral Gables. Similar procla-
mations have been issued by
Mayor Edmund Cooper, of West
Miami, and Mayor Robert King
High, of Miami.
Fund Raiser
Continued from Page 10-C
benefited strongly with Harold
Dunsky at its helm. He works
side by side and sets the pace for
his staff. He is energetic and
hard-driving, Frequently working
late into the night to create his
successful campaigns
oi all the manj admirers Dun-
sky has accumulated in his ca-
reer, the !3;year-old campaigner s
biggesl fans are his wife Ji
nette and his 15-year-old daugh-
ter, Tessa
Every one in a while, when
the campaign wars are gruelling
ami devastmg, Dunskj escapes
for a brie! moment by reminis
cing oi the days when he usi i
"pla> the French Horn in the C
I., i Symphony Orchesti a
But i! dosen'l take long bel
Haro] Dunskj picks up
again in the ;\e\ er-endin i
philanthropy. Thai
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*Jenit FhricMan
Friday, October 27
1961
Miami Woman's Ciub wcs the setting for c
recent recital presented by the student! of
Rose M. Robin. 2250 SW 28th at, teacher of
piano, accordion and organ. Top row left to
are Mrs. Manuel Lube!. Mrs. I. Weprin.
Janel Lipschutz. Sybil Sernaker, Evelyn Oiler.-
bach, Joyce Gold, William Lichter, Henry Dre-
vich. Nathan Lichter, Norman Roser, Stephen
Dresnick, Johnny Seicman, Roy Bram. Aliz
Roser. Bottom row aie Mrs. Robin, Jimmy
Bali. Melody Weprin. Janet Bram, Vicki Or-
back Rita Grcssberg, Deborah Lubel, Jan
Herold Cheryl Freedmcn. Shirley Drevich.
Barbara Ginsburg, Ilene Offenbach, Harriet
Offenbach. Janice Rolls. Susan Pappas. and
Jay Chaban.
Members of the committee for the Cedars of
Lebanon dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel J. Spector get together for some final de-
tails. Widespread interest has been shown
in the affair at which the guest speaker will be
Sen. A. S. Mike Monroney, of Oklahoma. At-
tending the committee session are Gregory
Zvi Rosencrantz, Harold Dunsky, Sidney Lef-
court. Stanley C. Myers, Harry Cypen, Gus
Shaw, Mrs. Minnie Barkan, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Jacobson, Sidney Aronovitz, Mrs. Sidney
Aronovitz, Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Cantor Wil-
liam Lipson, and Dr. Nathan Glover.
LEGAL NOTICE
I
For 13 new, local subscriptions to The Jewish Floridian, Wil-
liam Danches receives a Polaroid Camera Kit as a gift from
Mrs. Christine Carrigan, circulation manager of The Jewish
Floridian. The 14-year-old North Miami Junior High student
is in the ninth grade, principally interested in coin collecting.
William got the new subscriptions by "button-holing friends of
the family." adding that "it was easy." The son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Danches, of 12855 No. Bayshore dr., Keystone Point,
he hopes someday to study medicine. Right now, however,
his main problem will be to keep his brother, Bradley, 8, and
sister, Michele, 12, from doing photography with the Polaroid
when he wants to use it.
Goldberg Will Receive Award
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 11153
Till; liRKENft'K'H SAVIN' ;.
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h< luw p of tin Stale ol S< I
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NOTICE OF SUIT
T< >: HAR 'I.I' H I'A.-T- lit nti'l
ANN P PASTOR, liln v :
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I:.111 Imoi I'.. Ma i land
TOl." ARE HICRKHY NOTIFIED thai
.i null ha* '' n brought Against you
bj THE GREENWICH SAVINGS
BANK, in lb' :il".vi--. ntitl.! Court, to
rnrecJose mortgage encumbering the
following 'I--' i iIm-iI propi it. tu-ttil:
I...i 5, in Block -"i, SECONH AUDI-
TION TO SIERRA, according t., the
plal thereof, recorded In I Ma I Booh
".7. .i'. |.ii-' 7. "f the publli record*
nf i lade 'ountj. I-lorlda .
Together with:
' len< i i Electric Refi Igei ator,
Model I.H-l"; Herlal TM-C2S7KI
Venetian Bllnda;
and you are required to file youi
tnawei with the Clerk "f the Circuit
Pouri ..f hull- County, Florida, ;>i the
Courthouse in Ml:, mi. Florida, "n or
I befon November SI, 1MI, ami to i>erve
cop) of such aanwer upon DAVID
I'. CATSMAN, Plaintiffs attorney,
whose addreaa In 14th floor at 101
Kasl Flagler Street, Miami :::. Plot
i i>ia, on or before ,ai re-
quired bj th.- Laws of Florida. If
you fall i" do so, the complaint will
be taken hs confessed by you and
decree Pro Confeaao "ill be entered
i iisi you for tb* r**iif demanded
hi the complaint.
HATED tiiiH iMh day of October,
; 1!",!.
K R LEATHERMAN
( ] rk "f the Circuit < 'ourl
l lade 'ounty, Florida
(seat) <. I, ai.i:\a.\i>i:k.
I H-nuty i 'lerk
DAVID P CATSMAN
nil, Floor -ii ini R Flaglar St
\l lam! 12, I loiida
l" 20-IT, i
By Special Report
NEW YORK Secretary of La
bur Arthur .1. Goldberg will be thr
tenth distinguished American to
receive the Histadrul rlumanitar
i.ni Award, which will be pn
( i to hnn at the closing dinner tri
the 38th annual convention of thr
National Committee lor Labor is
rael on Sunday evening, Nov. 26.
at the Waldorf Astoria hotel here.
Secretary Goldberg, who will be
i ted for his "outstanding service
t" the people of Israel," has been
Closely associated with Histadrul
activities in this country for many
yars. and at the time of his ap-
pointment to the Cabinet by Pres-
ident Kennedy was serving as
chairman of the American Hista-
drul Development Foundation.
Previous recipients of the high-
psl Histadrul honor were the late
Vice President AJben v\ Barkley,
Supreme Court Justice William O.
Douglas, former Presidenl Harry
S. Truman, Eleanor Roo evelt,
Av roll Harriman. and four top
labor leader'- George Meany, Wal
ter P Reuther, David Dubinsky
and Jacob S Potofsk]
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
Nl iTICK IH HEREBY GIVEN that
the undemlgned, desiring to engage In
' i ii" und< i the flctll lous m......'
V\ lll'l'i: SHARK INN hi S240 Wesl
. i s th the rierk '.f the ('
iUI'I 1 ia(le 'ount *. Florid 1
i'"i:i i:.\ m \in 1: TAYLOR
'< I >.-:. 1:1: A GARS
m foi \ :;! ,1 nl
u ; 1 Hi
l" ;-i::-l' Free Civil Defense Course
A personal survival course will
be given at Dade Heights Jewish
Congregation on Thursday eve-
nings from 8 to 11 p.m.. on Nov.
j 2. 9. 16 and 30. The course is
j under the supervision of the Dade
[County Civil Defense and open to
! everyone, free of charge.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undemlgned, desiring to engage i''
bualneat undei the fictitious names "i
Bi 11 Hi ai ltuj Aid tenter Miami
Beach Hearing Aid Canter; vVashlng-
lon Hearing AW Center; A Hearing
Aid Co,, at I35a\ Washington Ave., Mi-
ami Bea.cn, i-'ia Intends i" register
sild names with tin- Clerk "f the
Circuit Couri of bade County, Florida.
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Et'SION CARff
w Staffer
is Center
-. i Mai
.11 of
i ji \ h Com-
i -. it was announced
i Efn im H. Gale, executive di-
r
I;.- been assigned to the
ni Beach Y.M11A branch, 1336
rd., as youth activities siiper-
i He will be responsible lor
I > (k'vilopment and supervision
c! programs lor children of ele-
i tary and junior high school
; i and will also serve as staff
. visor to the golden age friend-
ship club.
Recipient of a social work cduca-
l in scholarship sponsored by
aster' degree in social group
\ i ri: at the Boston University
School of Social Work. He did his
undergraduate work at North-
easiern University. He served as
a youth worker at the Revere,
Ma?s. Jewish Community Center
;md at the Peabody House in Bos-
i
Garr now resides in Miami with
his wife, Lucille, and iour-month-
^on, Michael David.
No. Shore District
Hears Heller
Inaugural meeting for the 1961-
62 program of the North Shore
Zionist District took place on
Monday evening at 8 p.m.
This first open meeting of th"
year was in the auditorium of
Temple Ner Tamid. according to
Ezra Finegold, president.
Guest speaker was Daniel
Neal Heller. Miami Beach attor-
ney, who has recently returned
from a special UJA study tour of
Israel.
Heller, who is president of the
Harvard Law Assn. of Florida,
s also a member of the execu-
tive committee of the national
Jewish War Veterans and of the
National Speakers Bureau of the
United Jewish Appeal.
Heller discussed the highlights
cf the special UJA study tour. A
question and answer period fol-
lowed the discussion. Program also
included an Israeli color film,
"The Happy Valley." A social
r.our and refreshments followed
the program. Nathan Rattner.
program chairman, was as-
sisted by Meyer Siegel, A. M.
Grossman, Bernard Katz, Maurice
Zaretsky, Max Raskin, Isaac Don-
en, and Gil Rappaport, executive
director.
At the last meeting of the board
of directors of the district, it was
voted to submit a resolution to
change the name of the district
from North Shore Zionist District
to the Brandeis Zionist. District of
Miami Beach.
Adult Courses Begin
Series of adult courses in ele-
mentary and advanced Hebrew
and the contemporary Jewish
scene began Wednesday, from
8 to 10 p.m., at Beth Emeth Con-
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Fage 14-
+. Unist fhrkHar
Friday. Octoi?; 27
1961
Apparel Club
Elects Adelson
Elkln M Adelson. m .
Bojch. was. 'electi
the Men's and B -
of Florida at the
annual meetil
hotel.
Adelson replaci -
Kin';.
- 5722 ". Temple Beth Sholom were
jght forward a: ~ ccr.secraticn cererr.c the Simchas
Torah service z: the Temple recently, with Rabbi Leon
aisfa officiaticq Cited were Joyce Aiper: David Berk-
man Jack Brodsky Marc Brumer. Dler. Coopei Andrew
Drucker E. an Glenn Kleiman, lurry Kline Ro
ta Levine Jc EUen Levinson L.sz Mass. Dcn:e; H. Meitus,
Renee Miller. Steven Miller, Bonnie Pearl, Scott Scmerstein,
Carol Towbin. Marcia Sue Zaiac, Philip Zenderlcnd. Judy
Brodsky, Barbara Fiir.k Deborah Gordon, Kevin Kline, Jef-
frey Gordon, Henri Bellman. Susan Paula Seltzer, Mike Stol-
ler, Gary Haber, Bill Levy, Douglas Lenchner, Roncld Ber-
man, Linda Joy Hoffman Frank Dcvid Seltzer, Suscn Ossa-
kow, Ronald Rcser.bera and Mark Wolfson.
?/* Kosher Cromv/ell
Geftei tu" kos er 'rom-
well n the occanfror.t at
2(Kh st.. Miami Beach. is conv.
Ij n nd refurnishi
'the comii seasoi
|expe< )n to be "one of
the most exciting in ; re.
The hotel .: con-
ditioned ar.d heated, boasts a
pool, cabana an a wide
.who was elected chain
rd.
. The Men's and ;
Club cf Florida is current
its 12th annual
sportswear and cruisi
week at the Eden Ri
Others elect d t ];.
Glist. executivi
Bill Stock. Sam Scurraj
Aronson. vice presi
Arnold, seen tarj e.
rer.
Members elected
directors ol (hi 21
zanization are Jai k
Bloom. Eddie < x
Edward Israel,
E ..aid L vine, I.. -. .
ney I.< wis, Irving Pont
ej"s, Phil Rosen. 1:
Mey< r Shermafl ...
Lou Suchman was 1
board as representati
president's council .
ex( cutive direi
Wilde Seeks
To Succeed Self
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. launched its mem-
bership drive at a breakfast at the Park Lane
restaurant, Coral Way, last Sunday. Front
row Qeft to right; are Harold Brenner, national
membership field director; Milton Hahn, mem-
bership chairman, Sholem Lodge; A. David
Rayvis, president-elect. Sholem; Eli Hurwrfz,
president; Paul Seiderman. Florida State chair-
man, Anti-Defamation League, guest speaker;
Judge Milton Friedman, president. District
Grand Lodge 5, guest speaker. Rear (left to
right) are Martin Budnick, Sholem treasurer;
Bernard Newmark, trustee; Morton Palmer,
corresponding secretary; Marvin Pearlman.
vice president; and Ed Klein, past president.
"Continued sh -- n
Dade county's c< -
stretch cf privati beach. The ho- ;. tne theme s<
tel is situated a few short blocks councilman Vi< W
from Lince.ln Mall. for ret lection to the
The Cromwell is an independent cil.
operation under ihe personal sui "1 feel 'bat Hialeah has ei
pervision of the ;e:;ers Well- steady growth durii 1st few
known in the kosher hotel field, years, and I would llki to continue
Getter has specialized in this type aiding in that grov I serving
of year-round resort here since aa councilman again,'1 Wilde an-
1945. He is the former operator nounced.
of the Astor. Marseilles, and other WUde. a real estati esman. has
hotels in Miami Beach resided in Hialeah for u years and
in Dade count> S3 He is
married and has oni daughter,
Linda Carolyn. 19. mployed
bv Eastern Air L:
Pharmacists Take Part in Confab
Beach Pharmacists, wel-
the delegates '.0 Miami
A diversifii im on various Miami
nted coi
at 'hi ol Rho Pi Beach.
pharmacy fraternity, held in For the Sou londa Phar-
inction with the 63rd annual n...., 1 \.-- speakers
convention of tl nal \- n William M nmii-
Miami t, e; Smith:.: teran
ch, during Pharmacj Week. Pharmacists Gu n i Max
Ben Greenb. 1 com-
who v man of 1
n acj IVi k commif.ee and
Florida regional director ot
Pi Phi. Greetings were ex-
1 d by Ronald Kurlander. chan-
; of the Alumni chapter ol
.South Florida, and Mrs K\a Wolo-
sin, pre idem ot the Ladies Auxili-
Walter Waxman, head ol Ihe
e.
In the field of pharmaceutical
education, the program included
Dr. Perry A. Foote, vice presi-
dent, American Assn. of Colleges
of Pharmacy, dean of the college
cf pharmacy at the University of
Florida; Charles Haupt, associ-
ate director. Bureau of Professio-
nal Relations for Florida; and
Irwin Kaufman, former president
of Rho Pi Phi scholarship founda-
tion.
For drug distribution, speakers
includi d ian, ma: 1 1
'l profi al and tr itions
of E. R Squibb Co acks,
vice Retail
Druggisl Assi ai \ I
Saleme. president. Massachusetts
State Phamaceutical Assn.
On Pharmace u;:ca! jurispru-
dence, the chairman introduced
Moe Sh< nker, chairman of the Phar-
macy Commission for Connecticut,
and Bernard B. Brody. legal coun-
[or Rho Pi Phi.
ignei tor irate rnal br
hood exemphfied by Rho Pi Phi
former supreme councillor.
Irwin Kaulman.
. oi the: int< .-national
Rho Pi Phi Nov.-; and Bernard
:v. member of the Supreme
Council.
Place of honor was accorded to
Tom Sharpe. ot Tennessee, presi-
Wherever required, diets of
guests are prepared according
to physicians' prescription Diet-
ary and Sabbath laws are strict-
ly observed under the supervis-
ion of the Orthodox Vaad Ha-
kashruth of Florida, with relig-
ious services held daily on the
premises in the Cromwell's pri-
vate air-conditioned and heated
synagogue.
Included in the winter rates an
'itront or ocean-view rooms;
IWO :i! brunch and -upper: tour meal.-
"Hialeah has enjoyed better
garbage and trash pick-up than
any community ;n Dade county,''
Wilde pointed out. He also stated
that Hialeah was undergoing im-
provements in sidewalks and
street resurfacing. We are re-
surfacing the streets as a mainte-
nance precaution in order to
avoid having to repave them."
Wilde also pointed 'e to
the fact that Hiali al ve
daily during Passover; 21-in. tele- swimming pools ai earn-to-
vision and radio in every room,
tree self-parking, adjoining the ho-
tel: free chaise lounges anel mats:
European plan and penthouses
available: and no 'hidden
dent oi the National Assn. of Retail charges, or charges of any other
Druggists, who presided over sub- kind. .. ,
equen; sessions ol t.he convention The Cromwell, thinking ahead. Dude Ranch Party 5/Ofeu
swim program tor
and adults.
The candidate sai slM*
"is a debt tree City' '
present administration 'has held
the line on taxes
at the Fontainebleau hotel.
Agency Gets
New Director
By Special Report
ATLANTA Eli Fahn will join
sh Chile! 'en's S< r
ol Atlanta, as executive di-
ol Nov. 1, according to
ph Haas, president of the agen-
cy
Mr-. Ethel Copelan, present ex-
ecutive director, has worked with
the agency for the past 16 years,
Pioneer Women. Club 1. recently anr* will remain for a time on the
returned from Israel, where she stafl as a consultant, pending her
dedicated a Jewish National Fund retirement.
has already planned a New Year's
Eve banquet and. for the third con-
.secutive time, world-renowned
Cantor Jacob Konigsberg and a
ten-voice choir have been si
o conduct Passover services dur-
>pring, 1962 season.
Temple Beth Am > '
hold a Dude Ranch part;
18. The function v ill inclu
haynde. square 1 ba
riding, .'-nd midni
charge of resen a ns is
Louis (iitlin.
In
Mrs.
Mrs. Nctlcin
Dedicates Site
Mrs. Leah Notkin. a leader
in
"living project" of a Mile of Trees
in Gevulat in the Negev.
Joining a company of 160 other
Zionist leaders from the United
States, Mrs. Notkin made a sur-
vey of what Jewish National Fund
has accomplished toward the de-
velopment and upbuilding of Israel
during the past 60 years.
Fahn comes to the agency from
Fort Worth. Tex Jewish Federa-
tion where he was director for the
past 11 years.
The Jewish Children's Service
was formerly the Hebrew Orphans'
Home. Established in 1876, it is;
a regional agency covering Florida. |
Georgia, North Carolina, South
Carolina, Virginia, and Washing-;
"What I saw." said Mrs. Notkin. | ton. DC, and it is a long time1
JMtt. if AH NOTKIN
"was truly a miracle. I saw with
my own eyes how Jewish National
Fund has transformed vast desert
areas and marshlands into livable,
cultivatable land. Through this
Mile of Trees, I have linked my-
self eternally with Israel."
member cf the Child Welfare
League of America.
Mrs. Leo Ackerman. former i
president of Jewish Family and i
Children's Service of Miami, is a I
vice president of the Atlanta agen-
cy.


Friday, October 27, 1961
*Jeivldh Morkfiain
Page 15-C
OL;
t it a r i c 9
MRS. MOLLIE ALTSCHULL
of I22-". Mm--, ill. ill' died Oct. IS.
She i ,i it" h' I h .....i > iiL'". :;.l
......ii her il H da ih, ts'niii
ll'rith, an I T. Ill le II .- in ..in Hui
\ iv in:; m her husha nd, w i\
i no .-..ii- Ken i w ei 'umlei i'
illrecl i.11 of 11i v -i.i.- Mi mortal I'
i 1. Soi imin i\ i
t. n- int. Sun ; ':..-
. I'.-N. I o h i ii nd
-. a under
il.- I I I :i.. ...
1:
HYMAN DENMARK"
71. of 2402 Alt.mi i.l died I KM |i: II.
..Ini. i;.:.- i". earn .i-" irow i'
deuce, !; I :i nil H BS i pel ir.-il shn|i
owner 11 .\ | i .,
im n.l Society, m -'' Honn I "i" the
Aged, and Ti mpli i:--t!i Israel H
, iv .in' ire in wife, Ida, hroc ilaugh-
tel -. Ml \' Ml Cohi i. Mr.-. M I
l.fin. '! Mr* SI .ii. j It led lit ml;
se .-ii gi i ndi hildi en an on< i
grandchild
DONALO FR.EOVAN
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..... Mi
IUU11 -
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\y..\ in-
Mr*. I
luiai ,,..
s \ i .- i.. Kii-

Minnie ind two miu Services we e
Belli J7 in Riverside Memorial Cha-
pel, N I -i
MRS. LILLIAN MACON
80, of S I SH el died Si it.
23. HI from
mil ,.- survived by
v -. \ fl
... in lllvi i
'.-<
Welcome to Miami was the by-word recently on the occa-
sion of his first visit here by Zeev Z. Dover, Israel's new Con-
sul for the Southeastern United States. Dover (left) is shown
in front of Miami's Torch of Friendship with A. J. Harris (cen-
ter), president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and
Lew Price, city publicity director representing Mayor .Robert
King High. After ceremonies at the Torch, Dover was taken
on a helicopter tour of Dade county.
New Israel Consul Sees
His Post as Important
Diplomat Service Here
FRED AOLER
81, ;! SW B7th In li."1 I 'it 7
II.- came here trvni NVw York Pit}
i". yea re ago and was .. retired hotel
operator Rurvlving are hi* write, |
Marguerite: two platers, Including
Mr.-. Ethel Clreenwald, and < bro-
ther. Service* were Oct. io In Gor-
don l-'uneral Home.
MRS. RECINA BREITBART
88, of 14)111 Bay rd., Miami Beach, died
Orr. ii. pihe came here -." years i :
from Chicago and wai a member of
Hadassah Surviving are two -mi-.
I*. Robert ami Bernard B,| seven
grandchildren and one broth,.r. Ser-
vice* were Oct. s in Riverside Me-
morial Chapel, Normandy Isle.
MRS. ANNETTE FROMER
"-. of LS4I I'-lli t-r.. Mi.inn Reach,
died Oct. 7. She came her -> years
ago frun New Haven. Conn. Surviv-
ing are h> r husband, [rwin; five uls-
ters, Mrs Oeritldlne Rosenfeld, Mrs.
Claire Brown, Mrs Marion Deutsch
Mrs. Belle Schoenhorn ami Mrs, Alice
Arrlck: ard brother Service* were
:n New Haven with Riverside Me-
morial Chapel in charge of local ar-
range! > i -
Israel's new Consul for the
Si utheast region of the United
States is excited about his first
assignment i i this country. Zeet
Dim r, imi recently, di-
cussed the workings of his Atlanta,
da., office. He was being squired
about l>y officials of the Greater
Miami Jewis Federation.
"We di quite a bit of what one
would or classify as 'rou-
tine' wort to us it is just as
important as any other diplomatic
operation."
By rouHnt work, Dover means
"anything relating to matters
between Km United States and
Israel, MCtpt contact with the
U.S. Star; Department." In this
context, 3jer's office in Atlan-
ta handles such items as giving
visas to Israeli citizens, authen-
ticating documents, providing
service* !!*. extension of army
leave, pr^larging passports, and
transpor*li?.3 funds to Israel.
But the Israel Consul's office
also rende -.vice to Americans
with inter- to Israel. It assists
Americans wh< have properly i"
Israel; ..ts as a central sour<
informatii i providing accurate re-
ports to the Israel [hformal
Service in N. York: disseminates
informatio i in the form of visual
aids, pub cal s, and sp< akers to
i mizations
ii. ,in official rates
ol excha ige id many others
Dover's last post was in the Min-
i-try of Foreign Affairs in Jerusa-
lem's African Affairs Division. Be-
fore that, he was First Secretary
and Consul In Australia and New
Zealand. "No, it wouldn't be fair
to compare the American Jewish
community with Jews there or
elsewhere," the handsome young
diplomat said. "I haven't been
here long enough and besides,
this is hardly a constructive ap-
proach. Every" society has some-
thing positive to offer. Let me
say about American Jews that
they are extremely generous and
quick to understand Israel's prob-
lems."
About Dover's own problems
at a member of Israel's foreign
service: "My wife, Alisa, and I
have three children Simons,
15, Edna, 9, and Yoram, a boy,
3. Changing of posts means an
equivalent changing of schools
for them, mni this can be hard
on any family."
As for Aiisia. she is invaluable
to Dover in the execution of his
Consular duties. "We have many
social obligations." he explained,
."which are as important a part of
the job as any other.' and Aiisia
has beer, a central figure in the
fulfillment of the:::
Dover is multi-lingual. He speaks
Hebrew, of course, and English as
i fluently. He admits t-> knov ing
("some" French and German; but
this is probably a diplomatically
nodes' ploy to a. essing his
continuing competence in a variety
of fields.
Does the Consulate engage in
any political activity' "We offer
newspaper reports and editorial
j opinion to mass communications
media when some major political
; statement is made in Israel 'What
I does it mean?' 'Why was it said?'
These and other issues are tackled.
"We also feed information on
such current items of interest as
che recent world Bible contest in
Israel, the international music fes-
tival, there, the Maccabiah, and
others."
Dover succeeds such lumin-
aries to the Atlanta office as
Moshe Leshem, now in Israel's
foreign service in the Cor.go, and
Nahum Astar, who holds down a
key spot in the American section
of Israel's Foreign Ministry in
Jerusalem.
"An average I is two to
four years." Dovi In-
I last week
Jewish community at a
r of local Dade and Brow-
ard county functions, hi looks for-
I to sjnie fruitful, tunes here.
After thai
Another school for the children.
IV'RS. ESTHER FERN
71. : R7I NE 72n I .....'
sh- ,-1- hi fron New
:. i. 11 ind v. i membi
Haila.-s.il ill II III oml T<
Mi..... !' -;..'....
:........i llgh'el
;:i Ni i III H
rside kl in eh i- ol
Ii i r .
HARRY BERMAN
I | ., i ._ \. .
v ,. ; >a .',.. i
i im-mbti
-"I. I .. -i" .I!',
ii H two i i i i .. in-
cluding v :'. Ileller i !' -ii-. r. a
, n inik'h Ii en s. r\
i let. I.', in Be>er Funeral
I !
SHARON LYNN LEWIS
io. of 2030 Coral Oate >ir died Oct.
13 Mil *... born here and attended
Merrlck Demonntratlon Uementar}*
HChoi>l Hurvivlnii are her purenu>.
Mr and Mr... Milton I.f.'i-. -i-l-r.
Roberta; inn brothers, Roen and An-
drew; m:itHrn:il grand mother, Mr-
Ann Curry; and her paternal nrund-
father. Services were Oct. i" In Riv-
erside Memorial Chapel, Douglas rd.
CAPT. OAVID E STRAUSS
''.. of SOS \:: Slat died fin. 18.
He can hen 21 years ago from R'l-
t i in re, Mil ind wan cuptaii 0 th<
boat, "No i'i-h No Pay." Service*
- '-" i. In Riverside Mumorial
i !hu :. Normandy Isle.
MRS. SARAH L. COHEN
70. < (4 I Sth -t died <>! 13 She
i i.i-i here "J >< ir ago from Peabady,
Mass i" I w.i- ib Ha
ml Jewish Home r the A-.
I.l-:" ...- : ( v |
i I ..- .i- i. iii Vi
.--'..' ."-: .1- hei
Roberl i ti ml tw
- en
,i Ch.i
SAMUEL SINGER
" I-, .'. .. >
I: e six yen i
ivifi .
i ii -. i...... : i. mil Mai
vi Si I
......
MRS. HANNAH LEWIS
- v thui Oodi r I., dlefll
ir li She came here 20 yearg .mu
from New Vork, and utrviveil by
.1 nlei I'r.lni" N r. -i ii- .h |W, >\ I
ney Naur: and i brother Bervtcea
were In New York Clt> with River-
side Memorial Chapel, Normand) Islej
in charge locall
MORRIS WEISS
of 1100 SW 19th -t died sp; 22.
He came here 20 years ago from Chi-
cago :,i"l w:> a retired tnilor. Sur-
vl\ -- are hie wife, Marie; two eona,
Jerome ft., and Myron M : daugh-
ter, Mr- Eftanlej Slutnlcer: and eiuht
grand Lldren. Services were Sept.
24 in : r I."-. P ineral Hime
MRS DORIS BUILOER
i i ii
l(ii I
New Yoi II
tern Star. H'i nd ; 1
' I : i '
: lei Ml A '
n brother,
-'\ j ;- -! \ I
Ni w V with Reyer Funeral H
in harge of rangemi
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ml.

une
JOSEPs- LISS
''
lied S.'
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MRS. ANNA MALKIN
i-,::. of |?8.- >:.> .|r Miami Be n h, died
Sept '-':'. -' ime he 20 years mo
from Boston and ,- :, membei of
. pte o( l lastern Star,
H iph i ilr .' 'i' Miami i nd Ha-
ii.i i .- ghter,
sinia. Bin threi grandchlldr .
Servit'l i : '!-. :

HENRY VO^GANSTERN
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JACK E. PUSLICKER
; V Uar.lin ... \ i
lied Oci He i ime li re IH \ -
' and was < r. i
I i 111 Surv i vIn i i a I
i:.\ i i kiignter, Mi Sandra Blkin
two sons ni.I six grandchildren
v Ices .. i : i i Rivers de M -
in. rial i ii.,, el, Normand) It
HARRY E RAINES
83, of 113 97th St., Miami Beai h, dli rl
ii- H ..ii- here
! from I'tl i. N.T and was u
snle ii salesma Su l\ ng
bi- u !' '.' i son. iwu brotl i
including s' n Iste and four
nr. ini. i Idr vices r (K-l
In Riverald Mel N
tllil li.lv
ISAAC H ROB'N
. O' 710 Mil hi! Mil
. I ... ( veal
... I i>m n .' York >' iml was
k rei Surviving ai
' mi two l
.....
1 V\
SAMUEL MARCO-IES
Mian Bead
died ;. .' I-.- .in- re
l ^ ,-.,.,
'.'

Sally; *l
i i 'on nd om
. v. re -'
" I 111 \ : .ill I'.
Isle,
ELLIOT ft FRIEDMAN

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Mr.
in I Mrs
Se->t. 21
\\ irt
SIDNEY J. SOMBERG
r 6301 NI ..... I
11, came hei ji enps ago
IIronkl .i N.Y., and was
genei are I
I ;. tWU *nns \ :' i
ind
two illng Mrs
C, union I
i i >n
MIS8 3E-VTRICE 3R0DY
. .. .1
Shi '
New >
Broil Sen

JOEL B SAMVET
M. of 1740 I M
. | died Seal 24
,: n v .
I .
- \ i f .: \ '
BERT GREEN
"
... ,i
N. Y Surviving
hie wi I
. i noi '.
I
.- i -- '.. Sew! 21 II
Normandy I ile.
MURRAY PEARCE
7.".. 'if 2021 i: .. M nl lied
.-;.
Mm New I and
of I i
I'rlth. M '- id
ng a
ind
i liii
s
HENRY HEISLER
72. ol I II I. Hi
I'anii here m Ni
Yin k Clt) and was ........
.-. ing i-
t-rsiilt Me-
nu rial i h.ii'oi. \\..si
Dr. Goldmann
To be Speaker
By Special Report
NEW YORKDr. Nahum Gold-
mann, president of the World Zion-
ist Organization will address the
36th annual national convention of
the Mizrachi Women's Organiza-
tion of America in Boston, Mass.,
on Tuesday evening. Oct. 31.
Dr. Goldmann joins a roster of
guest speakers already announced,
which includes Ogden R. Reid,
former U.S. Ambassador to Israel,
and U.S. Sen. Kenneth B. Keating,
of New York.
Dr. Goldmann's message will be
heard at the concluding evening
session of the convention in the
Hotel Somerset. Boston, to be at-
tended by delegates representing
some 50,000 members of the Mizra-
chi Women's organization.
HAROLD SAKS
12, of $31 SW Mtl died l I
He ca me here M years ago
Paterson, N.J., and was a irnck
driver for the i % ol Miami Beach
He was World War II veteran
Surviving1 are hi- uii.-. Bsther; a
daughter, Beverly; four sona, Harold,
Stephen, David and Charles; a bro-
ther, John, and three slaters. Bervlcei
were Oet. 6 in Kiver-i'i- Memorial
Chapel, Douglas rd.
LAWRENCE C. KLINE
44. of 3.'00 Hamingo dr., Miami Beach.
died Oct. 2. He was president of
Vogue Laundry und Cleaners, and
Dixie Uniform and l.inen isnipply of
Florida; Kline's Coat. Apron and
Towel Service. Peerless I'nlon l.inen
Service, Inc., and William l'enr.
Laundry. Inc., of Philadelphia. He
wan chalrmun of the Linen Supply
Assn. of America research committee.
and belonged to Young Presidents'
Organization, Philadelphia Chapter,
and board of the Second National
Bank of Philadelphia and of St
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FridaY- Odober 27,
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First Breathless Look at Five Ancient Papyri
By PROF. YIGAEL YADIN
Directly after our return from the
desert, I had my first look at the
five papyri at the Biberkrauts.
Although I had been told they
were written in a fine hand. I was
stunned at the beautiful script I
saw. which was superior to any-
thing previously found in secular
documents from this period. It was
the work of a professional scribe
and resembled the script of the
Biblical fragments from Wadi Mu-
raba'at and the Cave of Letters
The lines wore perfectly
even though no ruler h : been
used, as was the pract
Biblical scroll
u ritten on a 27x10 i m
: i 2: lii af the text ;
- first
were intact ex<
lacunae when
folded.
*
The first line I tlU
28th of Uarheshvan year thr
Shimon ben Kosibah Pr:
rael ..." a dated document :.
Jast: (none of last year'.- letters
were dated) ". in Em G<
Here was irrefutable proof that the
place named after thv Bar Kochba
dating designated the place where
the contract had beer. ;i{ and
not Bar Kochba's headq iart<
have mentioned tl Mili
assumed on the basis ol a W
Muraba'at deed which began ( d
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the 20th of Shevat in the year two
of the redempticn ot Israel by Shi-
mon ben Kosibah Prince of Israel
in the camp which dwells in Hero-
dion. Yehudad ben Rabba said to
Hillel ben Gari.- I leased from
you .'that Bar Kochba s head-
quarters were in Herodion near
Teqoa. Even before our new doc-
uments, hewever. it seemed to me
certain as I published in a short
articlethat the line "in the camp
which dwells in Herodion" indi-
cated the place where "Yehudah
ben Rabba said to Hillel ben
Garis ." and not Bar Kochba's
headquarters. Our new document-,
as we shall see below, clarify this
Wadi Muraba'at document even
further.
Our document is a contract in
which land which had been leased
to four men in common is now di-
vided by them into two parts. The
lessor is "Yohanatan ben Mana-
haim. administrator of Shimon ben
Kosibah Prince of Israel, in Ein
Gedi." State lands, therefore.
were leased to residents of the
country through heads of the vari-
ous administrative centers in
this case. Ein Gedi. We can as
sume that Hillel ben Garis in the
Wadi Muraba'at document, who
acted on behalf of Bar Kochba in
leasing lands, was one of Bar Koch-
ba's administrators in Herodion.
The deed stipulates the amount
i each pair shall pay to the state
treasury for their part of the land
leased. Payment was made in
dinars, the Roman currency,
which is also called "zuz" in our
documents and in the Mishna. The
value of the dinar in Jewish cur
rency is given as one sel'a to four
dinars. The sel'a here is undoubt-
edly the famous silver "tetra-
drachme" struck by Bar Kochba:
one sel'a four di
four dinars. Tin- formulation ap-
pear- als
The
signal "tie? and t
..... jo] ;
5, it
' -
-
,.1 -: year's ters
ss d, as a prey
ii if the parties to th I""-
llasabala served :is military and
civil head of the Bin G li sector
her with Y e h 0 r. a t a n ben
Be'ayan
The contract is a type called "an
unfolded" deed in the Mishna. as
opposed to a "tied-up" deed. The
Mishna states that ir. an unfokie 1
the witnesses sign their
names at the bottom of the text
while in the "tied-up" one thej
.^n the back.
In accordance with Mishnaic law.
.tares are pla lirectl;
after the last line of Kt to
prevent for.'tie- or additions by a
second hand The "t l-up" type
jf deeds will be more fully dis-
. with
the large packet of papyr
Of par- st here Is the
lessee El'azar ben Hittah. a big
property owner in E wfc 1
appeared in a letter from la.-: year
which now takes on new signifi-
cance. There Bar Kochba orders
El'azar ben Hittah to be sent to
him immediately and his
and property confiscated. Only
further study can show whether
a connection exists between tin
man's arrest and the content.- of
the present deed.
Two of the lessors are residents
of Ein Gedi. while the ether two
come from "Ha-Luhit :n the dis-
trict of 'Aglatain, now living in
Ein Gedi." Known from other
sources, including Nabatean doc-
uments, now in Jordan, published
in 1954. which we are now certain
originated in the Cave of Letters
Aglatain has been variously iden-
tified. This document and the
other sources indicate clearly that
it ,-hould be placed on the eastern
and southeastern coast of the Dead
Sea. opposite Ein Gedi. in Moab.
GEN. YIGAEL YADIf4
. document a contract
the cor.centraticn of lands in the
hands of a few owner- These four
persons, therefore, first leased
lands jointly, then divided the
lands among themselves in two
groups and finally in the pres-
ent document one of the joint
owners leases his section to his
partner All stages cf the transac
tion were drawn up with the ap-
proval of the district administra-
tion, and while technically legal
they appear to have been an at-
tempt to circumvent the law.
The lease is valid for one season,
taring A-hich --. e may plant
and gather the produce from the
as for which he pa} "twelve
hich are three scl'aim."
In the thir 1 unent, written
m Ein Gedi on tl same day a?
the El azar and Eli
lease the balance of their joint
property to a third party.
from Em Gedi. The property and
payment are full) detailed, and
the terms of the lease stated.
damaged and not complete, and I
am still engaged in deciphering it.

On our return from the desert.
I brought Prof. Biberkraut the
large packet of papyri which we
found in the waterskin under the
basket. Opening the packet did
not prove difficult: the cords part-
ed easily, revealing an impressive
sight. Many papyri fell out
some tied together in groups and
other, large papyri, folded sep-
arately. Many were badly eaten
by moths and wcrms.
We decided to open the papyri
in the order of their stale of pres-
ervation. It was immediately evi-
dent thai the) differed from the
document- described above; they
predated the revoll and were writ-
ten parti) Gn k part!) in Ara-
maic, or in .1 comb 1 if the
two. as tt Prof.
II !' head ol lb Lii is
tics Department at the Hebrew
University, deciphered the Greek
documents
The total number of the docu-
ments in this packet was 36. They
The second Hebrew document,
written by the same scribe on a
long narrow papyrus. 23x5.5 cm..
contains 31 lines of text and four
of signatures. Surprisingly enough,
it was written "on the 2nd of Kis-
lev" of the same year and onlv
three days after the first deed, and
also in Ein Gedi. The contents
provided a further surprise: El'a-
zar ben Hittah leases to his part-
ner. Eli'ezer ben Shmuel. a part
of the land they had two days
earlier leased together. Because of
the proximity of the dates, it can
was some time before thev .
be reconstructed into an d,
pattern. Then the v^* JftJ
ata Bat (daughter of, ^ ?b
er of the archive. emenffaTJ
the disorder and *e foUowed
Ufa from Us early histoTSi
time of the revolt.
,a'c documentl
lettenl
safely be assumed that this tran- for property in Ein Gedi is iden-
saction was settled before the first
contract was drawn up. The most
likely reason for this procedure is
that Bar Kochba tried to prevent
Yafis Hold Moonlight Cruise
Young Adult Friends of Israel
(Yafis) held a moonlight boat
ride aboard the Seven Sea- Dream
beat on Bunds
There was a-, orchestra on the
boat for dancing In charge of
reservation wei
social chairs and Rochelle
Schrold. secretary.
Follow:; ruise, there was
a pizza party at a leading Miami
restaurant. Assisting in arrange-
ments were Den Kaplan. Marilyn
Schwimmer. Bebe Zilber, Stanley
Karp. Bob Rappaport. Ira Joseph.
Ed Landey, Eva Goldman, and
Lois Cohen
Yafis were to hold a meeting on
Oct. 26. S:30 p.m.. at S Town
92S.3 Harding ave. Election
j: officers was to be held. Invited
are young adults between 21 and
13 years of age.
tified as one of the Ein Gedi ad- j
mimsirators.
The fact that the documents
from Bar Kochba's first year are
written in Aramaic while those '
from his second and third years,
are in Hebrew indicates perhaps*]
that he made the use of Hebrew
obligatory upon h;- deputies in of-
ficial documents as soon as hi-
goverr.mer.t became firmlv estab-1
lished.
Found inserted ir. the reed 1 which
a noted Jerusalem neurosur-
successfuliy extracted was a deed
of sale, in Aramaic, for halt
vegetable garden in Ein Gedi.
which Eli'ezer ben Shmuel
a
in
again
The earliest Aram;
is written in large curs
on a large papyrus '42x16 cm
more than 70 lir.e> and dates to hJ
24th of Tamuz. 120 C K-12 v 1
before the outbreak of the r'elolJ
This" papyrus ha- some feaj
which characterize many 0f
ethers and whuh should be ,
here. The papyrus en roll
'wrapped in cloth, and tied on
outside. It o|
eight cm. from md ^
we saw that th .,art
been 1 1
seven pai Uel rov 1 Cra apart!
On the bat 1
j
runnin
-
'
lained 1
the contei
The documi
est and most
' I

:
com pi. v examp
constitute a full archive and shed ; of the double d | which
light on many pha;-es of life in J11-
dea and the Dead Sea area.- on the
eve of Bar Kochba's revolt in-
cluding some very piquant details.
Since the document- were not
opened in chronological order, it
Mishna call- th deed."
Slightly later e\.inl| and bail
ly preserved were found in Ja
dan.
NEXT WEEK:
Mishnaic Descriptions.
These three documents shed in-
teresting light on several impor-
tant aspects of the period cf Bar
Kochba s rule. We learn first
as from the Wadi Muraba'at doc-
uments that lands of the state
were nationalized and were con-
sidered the property of Shimon ben
Kosibah. Prince of Israel, who. in
fact, assumed all the prerogativ?-
of the Roman Empercr. Further-
more, this rule was tightly orga
nized. and his administrators in
the centers of his dominion and in
the various cities and villages had
charge of the civil administration
and supervised the leasing of lands
and the collection of taxes for the
state treasury
We also learn the manner in
which legal documents were drawn
up. the method of payment, and
topography of the Dead Sea and
Ein Gedi areas. The Hebrew lan-
, guage used, closely resembling :
that of the mishna. contributes rich
1 new linguistic material and re
fleets, in general, the popular
usage of the time.
The two other documents of this
group are written in Aramaic and
date to Bar Kochba's first year.
One deals with Eli'ezer ben Shmu-
el's payment fcr land leased from
Shimon ben Kosibah through Hor;n
ben Yishmael. The latter, in the:
second document a deed of sale '
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