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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish: Floridlian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WUKLY
ie 34 Number 44
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 3, 1961
Two Sections Price 20*
ICommittee
les Report
Boycott
!W YORK (JTA) The
ica.n Jewish Committee made!
thhj week a report estab-j
tbat more than 75 American-'
ships have been blacklisted |
Arab League boycott. The
emphasized that the Arab
Mt v.as placing "extensive re-
kts" on American foreign
[describing the impact of the
which affects American
is of all faiths, the Commit-
trejsed that it "has interfered
the commercial pursuits of|
icar,s and American compa-j
fin many foreign countries. It
subjected American foreign
to arbitrary restraint. It hasl
jcted American shipping and j
i<\ abuse upon American sea-j
in defiance of international
lie U.S. firms hit by the Arab
fcoti the majority of them
licly owned and ranging in
from medium to largo-scale
trpiisesare engaged in the
Auction of rubber, chemicals,
ro!eum products, radio and
fisicn equipment, cosmetics,
is, plastics, business machin-
watches.__________
nstruction engineering firms
also been affected by the boy-
the Committee stressed. The
report on the Arab League
ott was made public in con-
with the opening session
? American Jewish Commit-
cational executive board
ing.
Committee stated that many
mies have refused to yield
e boycott. "Some feel that
Coalition Cabinet Formed
With Ben-Gurion at Helm
GEN. YICAiL YADIN
,., scholar soldier
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEL AVIV Israel's Knesset was summoned Wednesday for a
meeting Thursday morning to consider Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion's call for a vote of confidence in a new coalition government.
Finance Minister Levi Eshkol. who has been negotiating with Israel's
leading political parties in the formation of the new government, an-
nounced triumphantly that the task j---------------------------------------
has been completed.
Mr. Ben-Gurion will present a
list of 16 ministers who will form
BEACH HIGH AUDITORIUM MONDAY
Gen. Yadin to Lecture Here
On Bar Kochba Discoveries
Gen. Yigael Yadin, world-renowned archaeologist of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, will arrive in Miami Beach on Sunday for a
busv two-day schedule of activity in behalf of Israel's first and largest
institution of higher education.
the new cabinet. In order to end
the prolonged and complicated ne-
gotiations. Mr. Eshkol spoke on be-
half of the Mapai's new partners
in the forthcoming cabinet the
National Religious Party. Achdut
Avodah. and the Agudah Laborite
Party.
Leaders of the parties to be
included in the new coalition
met Wednesday for formal rati-
fication of the new list of min-
isters.
Mapai will have 11 of the port
SHUKAIREY EXPLODES
Arab Delegate
Is Called Liar
In UN Debate
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
An Israeli delegate publicly called
Saudi Arabia's Ahamd Shukairy a
liar in a hot exchange this week at
the United Nations.
Shukairy, the Arab League's spe-
cialist in abuse of Israel at the UN,
brought into the debate on stepa
folios in the
will include
as
Highlight of his only visit to the
Southeastern United States during
a three-week stay in the United
States and Canada will be a public
lecture Monday night. 8:30 p.m..
at the Miami Beach High School
Auditorium.
The lecture is co-sponsored by
The Jewish Floridian and by the
South Florida Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University. Jewish Floridian
publisher Fred K. Shochet and
Jack D. Cordon, president of the
South Florida Friends, will serve
as co-chairmen for the evening.
San Francisco Groups Alert
On Anti-Semitic Incidents
SAN FRANCISCO(JTA)Jewish community relations organiza-
tions were on the alert this week over a campaign of anti-Jewish ter-
rorism against a Jewish couple which spurred police to provide a 24-
hour guard at the residence of the couple.
Police ordered the around-the-'
new cabinet. These to halt nuclear testing, a charge-
that France was helping Israel to
develop an atomic bomb Exercis-
ing the right of reply, Gideon Ra-
fael. Israel's representative to the
Assembly's political and security
committee, declared:
Mr. Ben-Gurion
Continued on Page 8 A
"Mr. Shukairy exploded again,
as he did last year, his megaton-
size falsehood with its usual fall-
out of venomous verbosity that
Israel is engaged in the produc
tion of atom bombs. My delega
tion refuted this allegation whei
the delegate of Saudi Arabia
brought it up during the fifteenth
Continued on Page 3-A
Gen. Yadin will meet
morning at Beth David Congrega-
rab market, despite its ver-jtion witn members of the Greater
ing strength, would not com- Miami Rabbinical Assn.
te for loss of Israel business. \
have discovered that certain The area's outstanding govern-
al Arab countries are not'mem", business, civic and religious
dealing with recalcitrant leaders have been invited to a pre-
anies whose products are in lecture reception Monday.
Continued on Psgo 11-A Continued on Page 7-A
clock watch after a renewal of
I anti-Semitic telephone calls and at-
i tacks on the automobile and home
Monday ;of Mr and Mrs_ William Bowman.
7:45
ienn Pays $75 Million
or Zone Heirless Property
[GENEVA(JTA)A total of $75,000,000 has been received up to
b for heirless Jewish property in the British. American and French
ss of Germany for the benefit of Jewish victims of the Hitler holo-
Bt, it was disclosed this week at a dinner marking the closing of the
annual Joint Distribution Committee overseas conference.
who previously had been the vic-
tims of a similar campaign over a
15-month period.
The Jewish Community Rela-
tions Council and the local office
of the Anti-Defamation League
issued a joint statement assur-
ing San Francisco Jewry that
they and other Jewish agencies
were active in the case. In the
statement, the two organizations
rejected demands from outraged
Jewish individuals for "vague,
undefined and ill-tempered 'ac-
tion' motivated by resentment."
They warned that such demands
"can only confuse the issues and
impair the functioning of public
and private agencies working on
these problems."
Kennedy Approves Pardon
For Jewish Editor in Nevada
LAS VEGAS (JTA) Presi-
dent John F. Kennedy has granted
a full pardon to Herman M. Green-
spun, editor and publisher of the
Las Vegas Sun. who was convicted
in 1950 of violating the neutrality
ment of machine guns and other
arms and ammunition aboard the
yacht Icalia. from Mexico to Is-
rael.
Announcement of the pardon,
which ended a long fight by friends
act in shipping arms to Israel dur- of Greenspun t0 rL.st0re his rights.
The Jewish Community
Continued on Page 8-A
Rela-
ing the Israeli war of independence.
He had been fined $10,000 and was
deprived of his civil rights, includ-
ing the right to vote.
Greenspun. who was an active
adversary of the late Sen. Joseph
McCarthy, was first charged in 1950
with violating the neutrality act by
his involvement in the transfer of
an aircraft to Israel and he was
exonerated.
He was later convicted, however,
of having taken part in the ship-
came in a letter to the Nevada pub-
lisher signed by Heed Cozard, par-
don attorney for the U.S. Depart-
ment of Justice,
he figures were reported by
Henry Davigdor Goldsmid,
lirman of the Jewish Trust Cor-
ration, at the dinner at which
tenth anniversary of the Cor-
ration was celebrated. The Jew-
Trust Corporation was set up
Britain in 1950 to claim heir-
js and unclaimed property and
foperty of former Jewish com-
munities and organizations in the
Htish zone of Germany and in
British sector of Berlin.
Sir Henry said the Jewish Trust
:orporation received 140,000,000
larks ($35,000,000) for such
property in th British sector
ind that a similar organization
Continuad on Page 5-A
So. Africans Rap Israel's UN Policy
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) ,
The South African Jewish com-,
i munity. the most Zionist minded
: Jewish community outside of Is-
rael and one with the highest per
capita contributions to Israel, and
j a distinguished record in Aliyah,
indicated this week that it w a s
; deeply disturbed by Israel-South
African developments in the United
Nations.
One source of the concern was
! reports that Israel was being lob-
i bied to vote for Afro-Asian moves
to impose sanctions against South
Africa or to expel it from the Uni-
ted Nations. It was pointed out
in Jewish circles here that South
African Jewry, while recognizing
that Israel, as an independent
state, must be the sole arbiter of
its foreign policies, nevertheless
feels that It- is wrong in principle
for Israel to align itself with any-
extreme action against a country
in which the Jewish community
: enjoys every freedom and respect.
I Such action on Israel's part may-
create a strain between Jews and
non-Jews which previously did not
exist, it was stressed.
South African Jews previously
had criticized Israel's support of
the Afro Asian censure motion
against South Africa's delegate
in the United attions. This criti-
cism appeared in the Zionist
Record, the organ of the South
African Zionist Federation, and
Continued on Page 12-A
Israel Ambassador Mordekhal
Shneerson believes Jews will
never submit to cultural hara-
kiri. See "During the Week
... As I See It," Page 4-A.


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Israel Minister Sapir Due Here
Pint-has Sapir, Israel's Minister
ol Commerce and Industry, and
Samuel Rothbcrj!, president of Is-
rael Investors Corporation, will de-
scribe Israel's current economic
I icture to Greater Miami financial
leaders at a Nov. 12 dinner at the
Lucerne hotel at 6:30 p.m. The
South Florida I.I.C. committee,
headed by Jack S. Popick, will be
bests.
Rothberg, former national chair-
man oi ooiii tne uniieu Jcwisn Ap-
peal and of the Israel Bonds Organi-
zation, is one of America's fore-
most Jewish leaders. He is a co-
founder of the EUezer Kaplan
School of Economics and Social
Sciences of the Hebrew University
Oi Jerusalem, where the Samuel
J.othberg Hall is named in his hon-
or.
Sapir has played a decisive
ide in Israel's indcslrial develop-
ment. He was appointed to his
present post in November, 1955,
fter serving as director-general
of Israel's Ministry of Finance
since July 1953. His career was
marked by outstanding accomp-
lishments in the fields of farm
settlement, water development,
defense and finance.
His government service began
during the War of Liberation in
l<<48. when he was dratted as depu-
lj quartermaster-general of the ls-
i.(l Defense Forces, in charge of
fortifications, housing and trans-
portation. He played a major role
in sending relief convoys into be-
> i ^ed Jerusalem.
Later that year. Sapir was sent
to Europe as a special rcpresenta-
Arab Delegate
Called Liar at UN
Continued from Page 1A
session of the General Assembly,
as it refutes it again today."
The Israeli delegate quoted at
](ngth from an address hy Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion on Dec.
:i liteo. in which the Premier cate-
gorically denied the rumor and in
which lie said that 'the report is
either a deliberate or an uncon-
cious untruth.''
s-imkairy rose to reply immedi-
ately, shouting that Israel was
I riding an A-bomb and urging the
International Atomic Energy Agen-
cy to investigate. Rafael tried to
deny it ;igam on a pmnt ot order.
but was outshoutcd by the Arab
(.'(legate.
tive of the Ministry of Defense, in
charge of purchasing arms a n d
equipment, which helped turn the
tide of battle in the last stages of
conflict, particularly in the Negev
campaign.
In 1949. Mr. Sapir was recalled
to head the Ministry of Defense as
director-general. Two years later,
he was appointed simultaneously
as director of development and
Waler Commissioner in the Minis-
try of Agriculture. A few months
later, he was given the added re-
sponsibility of director of develop-
ment in (he Treasury.
Youth to Gather
At Emanu-El
High school sophomores, juniors,
and seniors will gather at Temple
Emanu-El on Sunday morning tor
(he congregation's first Youth Ser-
vice and Breakfast of the new sea-
son.
The young people will worship to-
uether in the Friedland Chapel be-
ginning at 10 a.m.. and then have
breakfast in Sirkin Hall, where they
will be greeted by Dr. Irving Lehr-
man. spiritual leader of the con-
gregation.
The Youth Service and Breakfast
is a weekly event at Temple
Emanu-El Members and guests
serve as hosts.
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All proceeds go towards support of
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ore dodicalod lo a onpeiUckx) discussion of
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fundameaJBd purposes of foorfoh Bock Mmilti
Le* us acquajit ourselves w.th the classics
7: nodon Jev.jsh lherature, as well as with
those of our ancient and ever, c.ai.cal tradition.
B iS those :.'- 7-,-r. shed light on cur past and.
at a rooah, give us a better andontaoding ai
cur pcoooni
ho Greater Miami Jewish comrnur.:V/.
Burecu of Jev/ish Educctior. nttlimmf*
a leading role, is planning a long pro-
of activities designed to highlight the
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"' oeon lesi prestigioaa position 7-.:.-. z-^re
1; Mapai previously led ay tae i-:_a 7: .-^ loolh
what can the future hold new?
No ^v 7-. astute a-7.-7.7a -.-.:.-. the Prime
Minister heueves .: :-- act .77.1 very arach
e.ae: :7r r.rai^.: ar a^ party, la TaJ ^ea = e
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position ob -a.-,- 7: Wool Gorman Chancellor
Eonrad Adenauer Tr.e terr.peraraer.t 7: both
a.-aas is caa-aaaa haa raea Bin Moses.
tea flodghng peoples out oi the wfJdernoos.
Bodl 3eerr. r.-.v. aoODBOd not to shape the
Promised Land
Full Diplomatic Recognition
at-a-oa.- s
. ala.cra-.ot.c recogaition of
r.e a*a-e a: Israel _i a woicOBM mOOO. '.' \k
well-kncwa that Israel, herself h-urdeaec has
beez offer_-.g omnomk and technical css-st-
cr.ee to the err.e.-a.r.g Airiccr. r.atiar.s
h*.' s hardly an err.erg^-.g African
nation in terras a: Gaaaa or Upper Vc.'a
Nevertheless, this ancient land, whose king
traces lais Bnooge back to the early days of
Hebrew history. Ls inoeocahry tied to the des-
tiny of today's seething African continent
Israel's foreign policy has long set its
lights on increasing ties with this ccatinenL
There have been rr.cay successes and some
disapaa.r.traeals. lad.as failure to grant Isrcel
full diplomatic reacgnition is notable crr.ar.a
the disappointments: and ;t does little good to
see tr.e fc.lure as part c: i's hy now tradt
7-1 East-Wool fence-straddling.
.s :o ae hoped mat Ethkmia'l move v.-ill
brec/* some cf the :7e .- Israel's bohoB The
cmition -. partfcularry r.7-aa.e bocauoe a
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THE ISRAELI VIEW c: dkc refsgeet is that t-
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nteol bes Hid OS] BBes mm are prepared to rr.c
tioo fee prop^ .\rab left behind. But tb<;
thai we have, 7..-stives absorbed a half-million Je:.-r refug
rariooi Arab land;. Trus must be taken into full account
. fact that the Jews. too. are uncompensatec he :^'"
confiscated from them
Or. prospects for general peace, the AoAOMOOir '
severely: We all of us hope the present tension nsB OM *M
kind into ar. ..-retrievable holocaust.'*
What of Israeli relations with the Soviet Urucr." Arr
Shneersoc They are normal cordial."
On the future of world Jewry: I believe Jews rr
their identity. To say more would require a lecture in Hebrew civtf-
izatn. But it is folly to anticipate that a people which ha-
uted so much to human progress should now commit cultural hara-
kiri How. I queried, assure the preservation of cur ide:
an appreciation." he replied, -of the Jewish creative elan."
Can this best be done in Israel? Ambassador Shneersor.. diplo-
matically: I wouldn't say that Jews to be Jews Btttt live in EsraeL
For Jews who are Jews do live outside. But it is only pv.-ible to U\
a full Jewish life in Israel."
He looked momentarily through the picturesque wini I
glimpsed furtively at his watch. We shook friend!] bands
wake of musical good-byes.
Apparently. Ambassador Shneerson's dignified rcsen
I its mark. That night, at Temple Beth SbolOBI, lh
total of $653,000 in Israel Bonds was purchased. It seemed. Indeed,
a memorable occasion.


Friday. November 3, 1961
vJenist FhridHnn
Page 5-A
Bonn Pays off for Heirless Property
Continued from Page 1-A
in.the American zone, the Jew-
ish Restitution Successor Or-
ganization, received somewhat
more. He said a similar group
in ,rh French zone, -received
a>out $4,500,000 for an overall
total of more than $75,000,000
received to date, with more
funds still coming.
He reported that more than two-
thirds of the total funds received
hud bt.cn distributed to the Joint
Distribution Committee, the Jew-
ish Agency, the Central British
Fund and the Council of Jews of
Germany to be used exclusively
fur the oenefit oi Jewish survivors
ot the Hjtler holocaust.
Another feature of the final ses-
sion was the first public meeting
of the rewly created International
Council of Jewish Social and Wel-
fare Services. The Council is
made vp of six agencies working
internationally over a span oi 80
years the Central British Fund.
the United Hias Service, the Stand-
ing Conference on European Jew-
ish Community Services, the JDC,
the World DRY Union and the
Jewish Colonization Assn.
Oscar Joseph, of London, chair-
man was elected president of the new
council Murray Gurfein, ol New
York, president of United Hias,
and Astore Mayor of Milan, chair-
man oi the Standing Conferem e
were named vice presidents, and
Charles H. Jordan, of the JDC,
was named executive secretary.
At an earlier session, delegates
were told that a total of $80,000.-
000 in reparations funds from the
West German government has been
distributed since 1954 by the Con-
ference on Jewish Material Claims
Against Germany to more than
150,000 victims cf the Nazi era
now residing in 30 countries.
Speaking at the Claims Confer-
ence session. Moses A. Leavitt,
JDC vice chairman said. "In ex-
ercising our unique responsibility
of using German reparations mon-
ey both humanely and construc-
tively on behalf of Nazi victims
throughout the world, we have
needed the wisdom of a Solomon.
Posterity will judge if we display
ed it."
Saul Kagan, secretary of the
Claims Conference, cited the
capital investment program of
the Conference as one of its
most significant achievements.
"Combined with local fund'.," he
said, "these allocations have had
a key role in rebuilding ravaged
Jewish communities in helping)
I to provide new buildings and fa-
; cilities for old age homes, kin-
dergarten, religious institutions,
community and youth centers,
and summer camps."
Reports were presented by direc-
tors of JDC operations throughout
the world on the welfare, educa-
tion and social program.-, in each
country and the requirements for
i the coming year. A JDC budget
will be prepared on the basis cf
these reports and presented to the
annual JDC meeting :n New York
; in December for tinal action and
presentation to,the United Jewish
Appeal.
The Jewish leaders were told
that the new JDC-ORT program in
' India was centered mainly in Bom-
bay which has an estimated Jew-
ish population of 20.000. Ninety
percent of the Bombay Jews are of
local origin with the rest of Iraqi
origin, according to Robin Gilbert.
the JDC-ORT representative in
India. Gilbert said that the pro-
gram was organized at the request
of leading Bombay .lews because
the Jewish community has found
itself unable to meet the welfare I chairman of the Joint Distribution
problems created by a growing
impoverishment of large sections
of the Jewish population
The increased responsibilities
which the Jews in the United
Slates and Jewish communities in
other free countries are facing
now in, connection with aiding
Jews tr> emigrate from lands which
ttey want to "Wave were stressed
here by Edward M. M. Warburg,
Committee.
In a message sent from New
York to the more than ?')0 Jew-
;ish leaders from 26 countries as-
sembled at the overseas confer-
ence, Warburg emphasized t ii a t
world events are now presenting
the Jewish communit'es In free
countries with "flora ou-
lems with which ail of Us must
deal todav."
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Gen. Yadin Arrives Here to Speak
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torn
I l'n.
Amon? the organizations active
ll\ supporting the lecture are thi
I local units of the American Jew
lish Physicians Committee and Al
i Omega dental fraternity, spun
. respectively of ihc Hebrew
I University's medical and dental
1 schools.
Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Gor-
I don will honor Gen. Yadin al a
,i i al their Miami Beach
home. Cordon is a member Ol
I |l.. Dade county school board :imi
, den! of the Washington Fed
era I Savings and Loan Assn.. am
a member of the national board oi
I directors of the American Friends
ol the Hebrew University.
Gen. Yadin's lecture will utilize
color slides, and will cover aspects
(.1 his participation in the return
to Israel of the famed Dead Sea
Scrolls and the recent expeditions
which discovered the equally im-
portant letters from Bar Kochba.
Reservations for the lecture
JACK COHDON
may be made by telephoning
JE 2-1/07, and tickets may be
secured at the offices o. Zim Is-
rael Lines, 407 Lincoln Road
El Al Director Here Can Swap Wartime
Reminisenc.es With Noted Archaeologist
When Gen. Yigael Yadin visits
here this weekend, one of the men
who will greet him will have war-
lime experiences to recall with the
now professor of archaeology at
i he Hebrew University in Jcrusa-
li m.
(apt Leo Gardner. Southeastern
director of El Al Israel Airlines,
served a logistics consultant lor
Israel's Army of the Negev during
the 1948~9 War of Liberation. The
commander of that front: Gen.
Yigael Yadin.
Capt. Gardner personally flew
Gen. Yadin on one key inspection
flight from the northern Negev
to the southern part of the de-
sert during the first armistice of
the war. It was during this arm-
istice that a roup of American
flyers volunteered to organize a
make-shift airlift which enabled
Gen. Yadin to build up an army
able to shatter the cream of the
Egyptian forces when the armis-
tice was broken.
It was also during this time, with
war an on-again. olf-again proposi
tion. that Capt. Gardner helped
found El Al. Flight began in 1948.
and in 1950 Gardner moved to Is-
rael to become a pilot lor Israel's
first airline.
He later became El AI'S first
Operations Officer. Since then.
he's been all over the world, setting
up El Al offices But now. Capt.
Gardner has put down roots in
Greater Miami, and is permanent
director of the Miami Beach
branch.
Many of the wartime experiences
which Gen. Yadin and Capt. Gard-
ner will talk about are still off the
record, but those which are public
knowledge read as if they were
drawn straight from the pages of
Exodus.
Actually, it's the other way
around, for Leon Uris' best-selling
novel is based on the experience of
Capt. Gardner and his companions
w h o helped carry thousands of
. Jewish displaced persons out of
Europe and North Africa alter
World War 11.
bid*).; El Al Israel Airlines, 1602
Washington ave.; Hebrew Uni-
versity, 940 Lincoln Rosd bld.-j.;
Getaway Tours, 1638 Collins
ave.; and at r-'-fices of Interna-
tional Towrs in Burdine's Miami
store, and 1679 Collins ave.
Michad M. Nisselson, executive
vice*" Jlri BBl hi of ""the American
Friends and one of American
Jewry's most outstanding spokes-
men and leaders, will accompany
Gen. Yadin here. The professor
was seen on NBC's nationwide "To-
las show Tuesday morning, out-,
lining Ihc Bar Kochba discoveries. ]
Gordon stressed thai there will
be absolute!) r.o tunc'-raising at
Monday's lecture.
Gen. Ycdin has achieved world
renown both as an archaeologist
and as a military leader who help
ed Israel to attain and preserve its
independence.
The 44y< ar-old former Chief of
Staff of the Israel defi nse forces
is the son if the late I'rof. Kleazar
Sukenik, the eminent Hebrew Uni-
versity archaeologist who discov-
ered the Dead Sea Scrolls and
brought them to the attention of
the world ol scholarship. Prof.
Yadin, who was born in Jerusalem
in 1917. inherited lroin his father
a profound and abiding passion for
archaeology
This was Ihe field of study in
which he received hi> Master's
degree in 1945 and hi?. Doctorate
in 1955 at the Hebrew I'nivi rsi
Later appointed to the university's
Archaeology Department, he join-
ed the distinguished company of
scholars whose discoveries have
greatly augmented our knowledge
of ancient Israel, from the stone
age to the Christian era.
Akivu Golfer (riqht1, Southeastern director for Zim Israel
Lines, points out scale model of SS Jerusalem to Jack S.
Popick. South Florida vice president of the American Friends
cl the Hebrew University ol Jerusalem. The model is now on
display fa the lobby of the Miami Beach Federal bldg., 407
Linociri Road Mall.
Hebrew U. Group To Tcke Tour
A surprise sampling of Israel is
in sir: i for leaders ol the Aim ri
tan Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity .'I Jerusalem.
They will participate in a three-
day lour to Nassau in the Bahamas.
which will include the maiden VOy-
: ihe ss Jerusalem from Mi-
ami to the British colony.
The Zim Israel Lines steamship
will he boarded al noon. Dec 5,
-us! two hours alter its scheduled
return from the Pan American
Friends of Israel Goodwill tour.
according to Jacob itiikin and Jack
Popick, vice presidents Of the
South Florida Division of the
American Friends. ________
aj n ej.Mii ii iiii l
Arrangements are being made
for both Jack S. Gordon, presi-
dent ef the local unit of the He-
brew University, and Akiva Gof-
fer, Southeastern director of Zim
Lines, to be commissioned as
admirals in the Great Navy of
Nebraska prior to the lour.
The junket will arrive in Nassau
al midnight, and after two daj/a
of shopping and dining in the Bu-
bamas, the American Friends crew
will return via a chartered airplane
to Miami on Dee 7.
Arrangements for the tour may
ho made at the Hebrew University
office, 940 Lincoln rd.
i.iiv. Frank Morrison, of Ne-
braska, who will issue the com-
missions, also has been invited to
join the tour and to be honorary
fleet admiral lor Ihe voyage.
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Students Resumes for Eighth Year
American college student* at inc institutions."
Hebrew University of Jerusalem |
consecutive year, it was announced j Countiijmj Vmversl{y examines
Wednesday by Jacob RUkin, South ^ quaiifjcatjons of applicants, de-
Flonda vice president of the Amen-, termirics scholarship grants, se-
cut Friends of the Hebrew L'mver- lects the annual contingent for sti-
,w. ..rt.u-aiio-1 dy in Jerusalem and maintains con-
sity. which sponsors this eduntio WJ -j ^ Muden(s and their
nal undertaking. I parents Members of the Acadom
The American student program j ir council in various American and
committee of the organization stat- Canadian colleges and universi-
ed that applications must be re- ties assist in personal interviewing
celved before January 15, 1962 ol applicants.
1 rof. Oscar I. Jnsky- J students are selected for the pro-
City College ol New York, a- on ,ho basls o| MB0lrship,
man ol the BtttM. "* ,haracU,- and health. During their
l,on may be secured a th. oft.es m ^.^ ^
ol ihc American Friends ol the He-
brew University. 90 Lincoln rd.
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Cer graduates who have complet-
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as well as graduate students.
Although prior knowledge of He-
brew is not absolutely required,
some familiarity with the lan-
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sirable, and candidates are ex-
pected to begin to study Hebrew
while still in America as prepara-
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arc taught Hebrew at a special Ian
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gether with the Hebrew Universi-
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Rifkin described the program as University campus at Clival Ram.
cr.abling American students "to Jerusalem. Special trips to places
Bavor another culture at first hand, ol historic and contemporary inter
and through the presence of a group est are arranged by the University
of serious students, contribute to faculty.
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Humphrey Offers Refugee Solution
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. HARRY SUICUfft
IB Council Will
lear Clergyman
FT. Harry J. Sutcliffe will be
est speaker at a membership ral-
[ of the South Florida Council of
bai B'nth on Sunday evening at
Di Lido hotel.
blind Episcopalian clergyman.
Sutcliffe is noted for his activi-
in behalf of teaching Hebrew
Hebrew braille to blind Jewish
lidents.
Frank R. KershiMr is Council
president, and Max Kriloff is
nembership campaign chairman
the hotel's Cotillion room bo-
or the event which will be held
pinning at 8 p.m.
espite total blindness since
rth, Fr, Sutcliffe holds the de-
fees of Bachelor qf Arts, magna
pm laude, and Bachelor of Divini-
with honors. During his semi-
Bry career, he specialized in ex-
gctical theology, with emphasis
Hebrew and Arabic.
Fr. Sutcliffe is director of the
piscopal Guild for the Blind, a ;
abdivision of the American Church
Union.
JERUSALEM (JTA) After
visiting the capitals (it Egypt, Lob-
anon. Syria and Jordan all of
which are the "host" countries
where the Arab refugees live
United States Sen. Hubert H. Hum-
phrey told a press conference here
that he has "some new ideas" that
' may help contribute toward a so-
lution of the Arab refugee problem.
One ol the principal leaders of
\ the Democratic majority in the
American Senate, Sen. Humphrey,
now on a visit here, has conferred
with the topmost leaders of the
I>iael Government, including
Prime Minister David Ben Gurion,
Foreign Minister Goltla Meir, and
others. Prior to coming here, he
conferred in the capitals of the
neighboring Arab states with the
leaders of the four refugee "host"
countries.
Sen. Humphrey did not divulge
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peace chances" in the region. As
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lcm. he stated, he will DOl discJose
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V'Jewist! Ff>or//cf*aHn
Page 11-A
\AJCom. Reports on Arab Boycott
Continued from Page 1-A Government is suffering "a loss, refusing visas to American citizen-.
h supply in the Middle East.!0' i"*5** *nd P'^tige" by "at- >f the Jewish faith and forbidding
. i commodating to discrimination1 hem to debark in some Arab
hme simply object on principle t against American citizens by Arab L c a g u e countries; preventing
kreats and foreign dictation. League nations. "Apart from the American servicemen and civilian
The Committee .drew., attej^jjon^bljtcklisling oj American firms and employes of the Jewish faith from
(he fad thjt the I'nited States Vessels. Arab League nations are serving at an American airbase
built in an Arab country with
American funds and maintained by
the United States," the report stat-
ed.
At Arab insistence, the U. S.
Defense Department also "im-
poses restrictions on Christian
worship in Saudi Arabia," the
Committee emphasized. "In that
country, U.S. chaplains refrain
from wearing crosses, and Catho
lie priests wear lay attire in or-
der to avoid offending the reli
gious sensibilities of local autho
rities," the report said.
It pointed out that each and all
of these acts, the Committee as-
-erted. cieny the equality .of.
American citizenship."
*- ..- -. -. V,..- --- -.....
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own future. In eight short years a modern
Red Sea port has been built bypassing
Suez to connect Israel with the waiting
markets of Africa and the Far East. Not
since Biblical times has the Red Sea played
such a vital role in the progress of the
Jewish people.Today, the commercial activity
of newly created Eilat daily increases
Israel's wealth, security and stability.
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Friday, November
1361
Miami Beach city officials are honored at Melvin Richard. Louis Merwtzer. campaign
bricklaying ceremonies last v.ee> a4 the new chairman of the new Academy, Beach City
Hebrew Academy going up at 2400 P:netree Manager Morris Lipp. Vice Mayor Mc.vin
dl Left to right are Miami Beach Councilman Englander, end Wolfie Conen. councilman
Marcie Liberman and Bernard Frank. Mayor and vice president of the Hebrew Acacemy.
Kenneth Oka. Councilmen D. Lee Powell an_________
Jewish Book Month to be Celebrated
With Special Review Functions Slated
Vational Je
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Booh
include Mr
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Albert Stone, Abraham Gil
Dr. Donald Ifiche
/. Honor Rabhi Solomon Schiff.
,; Samuel April, Bernard Wind,
Herbert Berger Al Sherman. Heien
rl and Louis Scbwartiman.
tooki to be reviewed include
la 18 Leon Uri 1
Bitter Spring," b> Cnarlei Angofi;
Dawn, bj Elie Wietel. "Envj
I Mened by Yael Day an;
i HJtUU bj Noel B Gerson;
Life." by Bernard Maiu-
Cal] it Sleep," by Henry
Rotl Nacbam Syrkin by Marie
I in Look Back Mrs Lot," by
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Jewish Book Month will be
celebrated by displa/s of recent
Jewish books in libraries and
bock stores of the community,
programs on raiio and television,
and by two public meetings.
The two meeting* will feature
an a'id." si b: Zee Dover Consul
of I-raei. on the writings of David
Ben-Gurion on Monday. Nov. 2".
8 p.m a- the Oceanfront Auditori-
um, m cooperation with the Rec-
n Department of Miami
Beach
Also scheduled i- a par'-; dis-
bi fore tl Sisterhood of
D a \ i '1 Congregati in on
Wednesday No'. 15, l p.m.. with a
So. Africans Rap Israel Policy
Continued from Page 1-A
a statement issued by the South
African Board of Jewish Depu-
ties, the central representative
body of South African Jewry.
In it- current issue, the Jewish
Herald, a Zionist-Revisionist organ,
extended the criticism with the
comment that "the censure vote
established a dangerous precedent
at the United Nation for it runs
counter to the whole concept of
freedom ol speech in the General
Assembly. Today il is South Africa
and tomorrow the same group
might seek to Impose similar sanc-
tion* on Israel."
The Herald expressed the opin-
ion that too much stress had been
placed on t h e friendship which
some Afro Asian countries have
shown I-rael "The test of their
sincerity would come when the As-
sembly votes on the Arab refugee
issue." the paper stated.
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of the Bureau will participate in
a written contest of Jewish book
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by Joshua Stadlan, president of
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riday. November 3. 1961
+Jenisti Hcrldian
Page 13-A
JEWISH MORALISTS
FROM HAROKEACH
Eleazar Ben Judah of Worms
(1 3th century)
Mv son, wholly incompatible
with a humble sfirft is loud and
passionate tal\. falsehood, uttering
cf oaths. moc\ery, unrestrained de-
sire, lengefulness.
Cea.se to exalt thyself in thine
own estimation, and let' hone' oj
thy failings appear small or trifling
in thine own eyes, but all of them
weighty and great.
Keep far from all unseemly
things; flo.se thine eyes, thy ears to
them with stern decision; fur there
re desires which cause tlie soul to
hi apostate from Cod. Therefore
m the days when thou art stil:
. < think ''f the Heat enly
^ho created ihee, clothed
ihte, and requite Him not, u-.i-
,. bj delu t ring up tft> i >u
nd n faithful :: :
thyself i ''
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3n OL &Jm Of JHiami i Religious JZif*
Let Us Bury Our Idols
Before They Can Bury Us
W--t*
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croafion
By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Conge-nation Beth El
In this week's portion we read,
"And Abraham came to mourn lor
Sarah." Our sages ask, "From
whence did he come?" "'From the
burial of his father Terach," states
one opinion. "From Mount Mon-
ah," states another.
As Abraham stood at his wife's
grave, looking back at their fine
life together, filled with much
achievement, he might well have
asked, "From whence did I come?"
What brought about his success in
elavating his generation to a new,
civilized way of life?
The answer is. he succeeded in
tv o gr< al challenges, First, he
the burial of Terach,
ucceeded in destroying the
idols i lh which ins father was
and w hich enslaved the
hearts oJ men to the tinsel-like glit-
ter of false and futile gods. Second-
ly, be came Irom Mount Moriah
symbolic of sacrifice. Abraham
knew that belief in the Lord and in His laws of morality and justice, \i ->..
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TRANSIAT/ON -
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday B:M p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "The Will to Uve and to
Struggle."

ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. R. Yusko. president.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W Lipson.
Friday 8:18 P"' Sermon: "Life's
Tasks." Saturday 9 a.m : mon:
"The Days "i" Our Years." Bar Mlts-
vah: Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs,
I uliaii VV Inkle

BETH EL. 501 SW 17th ave. Orthodcx.
Rabbi Sr.lcmon Schif.
' i uia) :3u |i in.
-. ., Planning the 'utun

BETH EMETH. "22r-0 NW 2rd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Canter Hyman Fine.
i laj -ii p.m. Sei i
\ Mai Baturdaj
- I ...Ml.

DETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie IVt. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
FVUlay : 20 p.m Hal in daj 9 a n i
mon: 'Ni iled: 'I'orah Inn Hi i luala
.:.. enbi u. I!ha lemon -
must be accompanied by a willingness to sacrifice. He was thusi_pre- jaV/WRabWl'oerahon aWeTnh %W
bliabbal al
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GEMS OF WISDOM
Tfif heavens are the heavens of
the Lord, bur the earth has He j
gtt'eii to the children of men.
- PSALMS.
* *
One generation noes, another
ration comes, but the
abides forever
earth
I i i i I-
kABbi SOLOMON SCH'ft
, our sacrifices
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave..
Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president. P"
pared to offer his son. Isaac, upon the alter at Mount Moriah, to affirm .,.,;, .,< Ladle* Ones
Us faith. ...... _
Abraham knew that only through both Ihe destruction of idolatry, beth jacob
and the willingness to sacrifice, could his goals be achieved.
We, too, stand at a milestone. Next week will mark the forty-second
anniversary of the signing of the Armistice, which ended one of the
bloodiest wars in history. We stand at the grave of millions oi shattered
Ireams and broken bodies, and a ihe "war to end all wars" been instead a prelude of far greater destruc- 31cvheltIConcsaenrtv03rt,vBet.z,c K,rschen
.ion to come? baum.
We can trulv say we traveled the course of Moriah. The world | Friday 5:30 and JO p.m American
has sacrificed its finest young Isaacs upon altars drenched with blood j?^^^5S^,t^!^A>;ro^li25,^
and guts. If. however, we are still floundering in our hopes for peace, I jjPl and Mm. Jami e t1ern.
it is because one of the points in Abraham's two-point program has not CORAl_ WAY jI^ish center
been achieved. We have not yet buried the idolatry of Terach. Man 8755 sw ieth st.. Miami. Rabo. Sam-
still worships the idols of prejudice, hatred, greed, power, and aggres- uei April. Cantor Gersnon Levin.
sion idols which enslave his mind, and frustrate his yearnings for "';;' -v "'; ''!! ''" pm- ><><<
.. ,-,, .li lj !. r i ... i 'li.ni.i Conduct. Saturoay 9 a.m. nai
peace. It is such idols which have bred within us a false set ot values
7 .< L.'Til oj i "i m*'ie 'h'
. .,. he | Ssei d b> all men
APOCRYPHA.

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NOAM 1 IME1 I'll.
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wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabci Samuel Mendelowitz
e rida/ 8:30 p.m Saturday 'J < m.
301-311 Washington __
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. ; TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabhi Leon Kronish.
Canter David Conviser.
morality by megaton might, and faith by fallout fear.
If our civilization is to attain its elusive goals, we must bury our
idols, lest they bury us. Through waging a militant and resolute war,
not between man and man, but lather between man and his built-in
idolatry, we will yet see the day when our long hoped for goals will be
realized. In that day. man's passion for peace, and hunger for harmony,
will at last be satisfied.
Mltivah: Ricky,
i ..--I. r Ilaaer.
When the
anil-Semite on Barth will be Burled."
and NE nth [ Saturdaj 10:45 a m. _
'TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
b. Wernick.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Canter Hirsch Adler.
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Retorm Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday B:1S p-.m. Bermon: "My Im-
preaalona of Jewe and Judalam In
ftaJ John B Turner, president <>r
United Fund of Dade County, will
speak on "I>ooklng F> rw.ird," in hon-
or ol United Fund Sabbath.
A Mr. iir..I Mre
DADE HEIGHTS JEW.SH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Cor-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter. TEMPLE JUDEA." 320 Palermo ave.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Friday S:30 p.m. Sermon: "The I pviday B IS p.m. Bermon: "Jewish
Stream* ; Torah." Coneecration i |.....logien Art Thej Real or Plotlon-
Sud&y Rchool utudenta. Saturda) n,, They Harm or Help? A Step
a.m. Sermon: "Portion ui thi Week Toward Clarity." Saturda) 10:80 : "i
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 5^st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Ltrer.
hViday ". :;'i and 8:13 p.m. Sermon:
"How Jewish Are Our Homes?" Sat-
ui day 9 a.m.
M tzvah: Marc, son "f Mr. and
Mrs. Mar\ In Kupi rman.
-
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
c* tj. Cantor Edward Klein.
By RABB
Why is the flame of the Havdalah g This pane is prepared in eo
cancfle or Saturday night j operation with the Spiritual Lead- Hollywood temple sinai. i2oi!Temple sinaT oVnorth r
The Roman Theatre at Bet Shan
Net far from the stage, a small
luilding was discovered which had
; number of rooms that evidently
served as robing-rooms for the
actors.
The theatre has 12 rows of forms
for the spectators and nine gates
*hose height reaches eight meters.
The gates are constructed of ba-
'alite of exact shape and have not
uffered demolition till today.
According to all signs, Bet Shan
was a large and important city.
It dominated the important roads
jn the region and the fords over
the Jordan, and was center of gov-
ernment for the whole vicinity. The
archaeological remains of Bet Shan
tcke us over history, and we meet
relics of the enterprise of Canaa-
"ites, Philistines, Jews and Greeks,
Romans, Moslems and Crusaders.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
I got a religion that trams to
la\e heaven out of the clouds end
plant it right here on the earth
whtre most of us can get a slice
0/ it. BHAW.
*
The place whereon you stand is
holy gruund.
.. ... i ers of the Greater Miami
doused in th residue of the '
: cd! Assn.
wine left over after drinking
the cup of Havdalah wine?
Rdbbi
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Gems of Vi/isdom
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 555 W. 4&th st.. Hia-
leah. Reform. Rabbi Marios Ranson.
FYIda> 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Gentlli p.
; to Semltlsm' .inri the Changing
.-'.iTu... of American Jews and .;
lam."
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 60th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gc-mbera.
di B:1S p.m. Sermon: "The Byna-
roEue Ihi Answer to Jewish Burvlv-
;ii." Consecration service for new
families, Saturda) 8:45 a.m.
|< ll'.II.M.II III illil II II
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
Friday 8:30 p.m, Bar Mltxvah cele-
bration of Jewish v\;ir Veteram of
Hollywood. Memorial service for four
chaplains. Ones Bhabbat hosts: Aux-
iliary of the JWV.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW Sbth
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday 5:48 and vir. p.m. Bermon:
"The Priestly Blessings." Baturday
S:3 a.m. liar Mltsvah: Bradford, son
..f Mr. ;iini Mrs. Albert Winston.
This custom is practiced so as
to demonstratte that the Havdalah
candle was not an ordinary flame
lit for mundane purposes; but
rather a flame lit exclusively for
the performance of a religious act.
Some consider this practice a the sweet aroma of t h e candle
means ol uniting the two elements ( doused in the wine
used for the Havdalah, i.e. the *
candle and the wine. ,. .. .
Why is it customary to rub some
Others claim that this practice ^ the wine ov#r the eye |ids
indicates that even if the light i after d should be put out, the taste and;
stimulus of tthe wine sustains usi From tne Passage in the Psalms
'until the light is lit again. Even which is read when doing this, the | southwest center. 6438 sw 8th
jwhen the light of hope seems to | motive can be gleaned. It is cus-] at. Conwrvatrve, Rabbi Maurice
Ifade we have the faith that it will tomary to say "The Commandment F.u,av N ,- m s,.rin(.. Kxi,Wint.
of God, is pure, enlightening the ( Biblical Thoughts." Saturday 9 a.m.
eyes" (Psalms 19:9) when doing
this. This shows that the observ-
the smoldering wick after it^ance of the Almighty's command-
has been dou*ed in the- wine? men,s brings enlightenment. It is
also taken to mean that man, upon
be lit again.
1
Why do some inhale the aroma of
Some claim that this demon-
strates our delight in having per-
setting o u t to begin his week's
work, should be careful to use his
| formed the religious act. Others eyes properly so as to evaluate the
claim that this is an omen to pro- situations that confront him in
tect one from harmful gases and
odors.
their proper perspective.
The eyes can lead; they can also
Others say that it is significant mislead. Rubbing them with the
of the fact that when the light of wine represents our attempt to use
i the Sabbath has faded and the them wisely.
j liquid of the wine has been con-
! sumtd, the Jews lives through the
week to come with the memories A moral obligation no le an-! inspiration of the preceding' compelling Kchujc it may ,
i Sabbath which stays with him as failure. lasxi.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGAT ON.
1101 SW 1?th ave. Traditional. Can-
tor Fred Bernstein.

MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Friday 7:39 p.m. Bermon: "Why Don't
people Like Met" Sal wday 11:18 am
Bar Mltsvah; Ronald, son of Mr and
Mrs, Philip Zlevo; David, ton ol Mr
and Mrs. Hum, > Bernstein,
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structiomst. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cpn'.or Herman Gottlieb.
' ":1" P.m. Sermon: "Na
.' wish Book Monti \ -, ,
vi Onea Bhabl at hi .-
10 10 .; .. ].,
1 I Sarah, the Uri Ma-
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Benno M. Wallach.
Friday s:ir. p.m. Sermon: "Death,
Paith and Megatons." Saturday u
a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Mac Welner.

TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Sunday school students Saturday 8:S0
i< i i Age?" Ones Shabbal hosts: Mr.
and Mrs. Jack K.-ldman. Saturday 9
a.m. Bermon: "Weakly Portion."

TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative.
Priday sis p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
Priday S::tu pm. Bermon: "The Llvea
of Matriarchs." Oneg siiabbat host:
Phi Delta Gamma Council.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6600 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
Prlda) 8:30 p.m. Bermon: "After War-
rlagi In the Days .'f Isaac and In
i'in- own Day." Ones; Shabbat host:
Sisterhood. Baturday 9 a.m. Bacmon:
"The Three Lives of Sarah."

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Priday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "American
Education." Saturday ; a.m.
YOUNG ISRAEL." ~990 NE 171 mt.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
SansAaaBnirii:!i!:in;:. r mr"minihiiin11.....iiim
*
CAUDLEltGHTING TIME
I 24 Heshvan 5:23 p.m.
TEMPLC BETH SHOLEM of II, a^HlMlllillil0iiiiiiniiiiH......


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vJewisti FkridHain
Friday, November 3, \%\
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Jews Seem Oriented to the Values of the Majority
CHILDREN OF THE GILDED GHETTO. By Judith R.
Kramer and Seymour Leverttman. 228 pp. New
Haven and London: Yale University Press. $5.00.
SOCIOLOGISTS JUDITH KRAMER and Seymour I.evcnt-
[ man have blocked out a graphic picture of Jews in
a fypical "American city. "Sketching their collective profile
With allowances for standard deviation and error. The
Jews ol North City." in the Midwest, were interviewed
in a random sample of two hundred, one hundred from the
second generation, those who emerged from orthodox
immigrant status, and one hundred from the third gen-
eration. Ihe suburban sons of the gilded ghetto. The port-
idit is interesting, revealing and disturbing.
Drs. Kramer and Leventman view the North City
Jew irom a numbei ol directions religious ties, per-
United Nations listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
sonality. political affiliation, occupations, education, pro-
fession, status-seeking, club membership, contact with
non-Jews, recreation, family life, attitudes toward Israel*
philanthropy, and being Jewish. While the statistics are
fascinating, the reasons expressed in support of the an-
swers given are even, more so. Explaining his satisfac-
tion in his preponderance of Jewish patients, for instance,
one doctor said, "Jews will spend any amount of money
to be cured, gentiles will not."
As always in a sociological study, the focus is not
on what is right, but on what is true, and on how people
feel about what is true. The reader, of course, will make
his own value judgments; in this case, perhaps a sad one.
because the third generation Jews of North City seem to
be a pretty sad lot. "No one seems to be pursuing scholar-
ship at the cost of his social or athletic interests Mem-
United Nations Throws the Book at the Arabs
United Nations
|N THE battle raging here around
the Arab refugee problem, Israel has
won a very important skirmish. On
the insistence of the Arab (relegations.
i Palestine Conciliation Commission
I. filed an interim report dealing with]
present situation concerning the refu-
gees. The Arabs wanted that report to I
deal with the sole subject that interests them complete
"repatriation" ol the refugees to Israel territory, or com*
! .lion b> Israel for such property as the Arabs claim
they left in Israel.
The PCC filed the report. But. in doing so. the com-
mission literally "threw the book" at the Arabs. For. in-
stead Of dealing only with "repatriation" or compensa-
tion, the PCC also dealt thoroughly with reintegration ot
Befween You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Lets Meet U Thant
IlkJEET AMBASSADOR U Thant
[" ol Burma, who is now likely
to take the place of Ihe late Dag
J llammarskjold as Secretary Gon-
[cral of the United Nations. He is
I a great friend of Israel and does
I not hesitate to declare so publicly.
le says lie has the "highest ad-
_J miration" for Israel and that he
considers the people of Israel as being dedicated to
the cause ol peace .uhI progress. These observations
noi nitre rhetoric with him.
He speaks on the basis of a Visit which he made
Israel in 1955, accompanying Prime Minister U
Nil ol Burma. "I had the privilege of touring vari-
us parts of Israel and viewing a comparatively full
picture of the country's life and aspirations," he
irs. He saw the agricultural settlements in the
Emek and in the hills of Galilee, and was impressed
. ith the kibbulzim as well as with the cooperative
colonies. He witnessed the implementation of Is-
rael's bold plans for the conquest of the Negev desert.
He visited industrial enterprises where he saw
the contribution made to Israel's economy by "skill,
ingenuity and perseverance" of the people of the
country. He was impressed with Ihe integration of
. immigrants and Ihe promotion of social and cul-
tural progress in Israel. And he also studied Ig.
el's achievements in the field oi science, "i had
the opportunity," he emphasizes, "to meet many of
Israel's leading personalities: politicians, soldiers.
artists, scientists, industrialists, trade unionists, ad-
istrators and educators, and they all impressed
e with their devotion to their tasks "
He finds that Burma and Israel have common
despite disparities of history, geography and
climate. Boih countries, he points out. are endeavor-
to revive their ancient cultures against the back-
lund Of modern civilization. They are both lacing
the most formidable tasks of national and economic
reconstruction. Thej are both upholding democratic
i ala the dignitj ol man and the systems of pariia-
i utary democracy. He Is lor the strengthening of
nomic ties between Burma and Israel, in the m-
terestS of both countries.
He acknowledges the technical aid given by Is-
rael to Burma and other countries ol Asia. And he
is e| the opinion that no one can in the long run pre-
vent the acceptance of Israel as an equal member of
the Asian family of nations. "When the tempers
calm down, it will be revealed that the nature of the
Jewish State is essentially peaceful and construc-
tive.'1, Jte, says ... As Ambassador of Burma and
permanent representative of his country to the Uni-
ted Nations. U Thant addressed a number of Jewish
conferences in this country, including the national
convention of the American Jewish Congress ... He
is highly respected by American Jewish leaders as
one of the most able foreign diplomats.
ihe refugees in the economy of the Middle East and with
the one alternative to "repatriation" which the Arabs want
to forget resettlement of the refugees in Arab lands.
The PCC a body consisting oi representatives Of the
United States. France and Turkey has to play a neutral
role It has to present both sides of any question or all
sides, where there are more than two. The commission
(id exactly that it presented the picture as a whole. As
part of its interim report, it filed the so-called "working
papers,"' documents which, ordinarily, are kept in the
commission's office. This time, however, the "working
papers" were distributed to all delegations.
The very titles of the papers show that they contain
information which the Arabs would rather have hidden in
the (lead archives. One of the papers is entitled: "Ques-
tion of Compensation." The other hits the spot that hurts
Ihe Arabs most. It is entitled "The Question of Reintegra-
tion bj Repatriation or Resettlement." That word "re-
settlement" is verbotcn. as far as the Arabs are concerned.
It doesn't exist because the Arab leaders don't want the
refugees to be resettled.
Now the new African and Asian nations here lor
whose good will and votes the Arabs and Israel are com-
petinghave found out. through official UN documents,
that resettlement has as much of a place on the agenda
as has Ihe idea of "returning" to Israel a million sworn
enemies calling themselves refugees.
Actually, Ihe documents are history; there is nothing
new in any of the facts revealed. The significance of the
revival of this history lies in the very fact that history is
told anew and that the attention to facts shows that Is-
rael has been telling the truth while the Arabs have lied
when they have insisted that "repatriation" is the only
".solution" to the refugee problem.
Here, we read (hat the Arab states themselves have.
in fact, agreed in the past to let the UN try schemes for
reintegrating the refugees. Here, it is recalled, that, in
1952. the Assembly had voted the creation of a S300.000.000
reintegration fund and that the Arabs, who had agreed
to that plan, reneged Here we find that Israel had. time
and again, .shown willingness to discuss the solution of the
refugee problem, compensation, repatriation, the works
but thai the Arabs have been false, running out on agree-
ments they had made with the UN and its agencies.
The PCC cannot be accused of partiality. Indeed, in
this very report, the commission came close to forgetting
all alternatives to "repatriation." It was only because the
Israel delegation here insisted that the entire record be in-
cluded that the commission yielded because it could
not help itself. The fact is, however, that the commission
did yield.
The inclusion of those "working papers" is, for Israel,
a skirmish won. That does not say. however, that the battle
has been won The debate in the Assembly's Special Po-
litical Committee, which must deal with the refugee prob-
lem, will be long and bitter.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
bers of this generation are young, sociable, suburban
Jews, innocent of giving grounds for any stereotype oi
Jewish bookishness'."
In general, the Kramor-I.evcntnian study shows them
to be oriented toward the values of the majorit\ (that is
of the eon JAWS*), while maintaining their ties to the
minority. Raised in a "watered-down, middle class ver-
sion of Judaism," and relatively untouched by deprivation
social or economic, they have no need to rebel against the
religious resolutions of their fathers. They regard Juda-
ism as "just a religion," which makes Jews "no different
from other people." They join their fathers' Conservative
and Reform synagogues and "observe the same child-
c( ntered holidays." Since the problems of economic
security were largely solved by the second generation, the
third generation now seeks "the appropriate social status
and acceptance."
The authors point out. however, that the acceptabil-
ity of affiliation, for however "bad" a reason, alii
Judaism to become a source of roots, and that the \\
lectual avant-garde" is shifting from ceremony to belief
"the one thing about Judaism that has rcsjsv,| total
acculturation and remains unique."
The book is well-done, in a candid, professional i
ncr. and it provides insight and understanding
selves and our Iriends If it also provides thoughtful
worry one can only count that good.
1 Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN
i
What's in a Name?
THE RIGHT to change a name is
' so basic that there generally
appears no room for argument One
man changes his name to elide
creditors. Another to elude identi-
fication. Very often one alters his
name out of artistic motivation, as
when the name has an offensive
posture. At times one drops <
name merely because it sounds derogatory or has a
connotation that is not accepted in good company.
In our good city of New York, where everything
happens, a physician has changed his name because
"he now has a psychological aversion" to the old
name Salman Gunsbcrg under which he prac-
ticed medicine in the Warsaw Ghetto until In as
sumed the good Polish name Wilold Zdrojewskl, pie
sumably for the purpose of greater professional n
bility. Now, a resident of this country, he has sought
and received court permission to drop his Polish
rame because it is too burdensome and assumed in-
stead the name Victor G. Bach, a name that i- more
in the heritage of his tormentors than ol In-
ters.
We will not quarrel with the doctors a-
that he is still experiencing torments as a result ol
I- s traumatic experiences. But it seems to us that
the Nazis would have gotten him under anj other
name German names did not .save the German
Yes, doctor, we are baffled by the "psycholo
aversion" diagnosis, and even more so by the
Sacred as the Bach name is. it can never be a substi-
tute for a Jewish name under which so many ot our
people died for the Sanctilication ol the Name
Nor can Victor ever be a replacement for
man. However, if the doctor thinks changing of
name will rid him of this particular psychosis, he
alone is the judge ol what is good for him I
this corner it seems that his prescription is lacking
in the elements that hold the cure to the diseasi i I
which he was a victim with countless others whose
names did not betray their origins.
Jew's Great Sin: He Belongs to Human Race
JEWS HAVE BEEN called mamr
names, but the oddest yet i chancei
upon reading the autobiography ol Marl
lie recalls hi- first encountei
with Jewsa- a school boy. Then
two Jewish boys in his class.
It took him a good time, writes Mark
Twain, "to get over the awe of it. Theyf
carried me back to Egypt, and in my|_
imagination I moved among the Pharaons ana all me
Bbadowy celebrities of that age."
The name of the two Jewish boys was Levin. "We had
? collective name for them," writes Mark, "which was the
only really large and handsome witticism that was ever
born in that Congressional district. We called them
"Twenty-Two. Twice Levin (eleven) twenty two.'"
Jews shouldn't be called worse names. Mark Twain
had no prejudices against Jews or any other peoples. A
Jew once wrote him asking how it was that in none of his
writings was there to be found a discourtesy against Jews.
'This was many years before Mark Twain's daughter,
Clara, married the Jewish musical conductor. Gabrilo-
witch).
The great humorist answered that the worst that could
be sa d pgainst the Jew s is that they Del *e l"""',:1
race. That was bad enough perhaps, for Mark Twain had
no exalted idea of the human race.
Mark Twain went on to say that he thought that per-
haps anti-Semitism might be explainer by envy ol the
Jew, particularly envy of his commercial success.
this scarcelj satisfies." it doesn't explain the anti-Semitism
of Yemen, where Jews lived in abject poverty; and eun
in Russia and Poland, most of the Jews were as poor as
church mice. The mice in synagogues are no richer.
Who are the real tycoons of wealth? The richest man
on earth is said to be Paul Getty, who according to I
rew spapers recently installed a pay telephone at his house^
He doesn't want to go along paying out nickels and dimes
for other people's telephone calls.
There are no Jews among the Dinosaurs of wealth, and
there are no Jews among those Texans with incomes
half million dollars a day. We Jews, let us admit it, have
not the Gentile faculty for making money.
The actual reasons for hate and prejudice spring from
the "cussedness" of the human animal. If anyone wanra
to know why he hates another, let him look into a mirror
to find where the fault really lies.


Friday. November 3. 1961
*Jelsti ncridttbun
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVF.X Hi.it
n undersigned, desiring to engage in
t.'-in.-s ind.-r the fictitious name ol
L'isHION PAIR DRESS BHJOP at
Bird Road, Miami, Florida In-
tend it, register Mid name with the
. u .,f the Circuit Court Dade
(..ii'ilv, Florida.
\l vrlLDA PELDSTEIN
SHIRLEY WHITCVP
Sole < ners
10 8-13-10-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th, undersigned, desiring to engage in
..... under the fictitious name
i vn: LIQUORS #6, INC., at
N \V. 7th At >n Miami in-
, ,. io ce*ltr -i I niuiii' v\;iii the
h, i !lri ult i 'ourl >( Dade
v. Florida
MOSAM iRP
i.,. m i. i lop in, ['resident
i. \ki;\ ZUKERNI IK, Attorney
4_ Lincoln Road
Hi-. h, i" la
10 20-87, 11/5-10
DMHU
BY HENRY LEONARD
i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTK'E IS HKREBY GIVEN that
. mi. :-lun. ii. desiring to engage In
i -in..-.- under th" fictitious name of
- I VKB OF MIAMI il :;":i N.W. 2nd
\. ,.-, Miami, Fla., Intend to reg-
-mil name with the Clerk oi the
iurl of I ni" County, Florida.
IRA S1IA KR
KVKl.N \ SILVER
Solo i Iw ners
87, 11/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
S'OTIC IS HEREBY (1IVKN that
. | igned cl ring to engage in
nder the fictitious name
STATE LIQUORS ='. INC., at
i al Way, M i ml Intends to
th the Clerk of
C Dade County,
la.
MOKAM >RP
VI. < lent
:'ky Sl'KERNl K, Attorne)
: II In Rl
'. eh la
I I 0-27, n 8-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
. iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ned, de tl "Ing to engage i'i
i i.-- under the fictitious names of
:i \XDRE CANDIES, LORDS.
i.-.;:H> CANDIES, TROPIC OEM al
" \ W T'.uii Street, Miami, Florida
reglstei Said names with th..
i i the I Hrcult Court of I << le
Florida.
I.AFRA LEE MMKS. INC,
I- tVNER .v MANNHEIMER
ii. \- for l-i'Jr i Lee Candies, Inc.
10 IS-20-27, 11/3
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
IN
TEMPLE CRISES:
The day the Rabbi's sermon got caught in
the wind ...
opr V*l, 0tl **!*
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54133 8
RE; Eatat.....
CHAUNCEY STONE
I >eceaeed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To .Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing C.aims or Demands Against Said
Estate
1 You are hereby notified and re-
bqulred to present an) citfiins end de'-
mandx which you may have agalnsl
the estate of CHAUNCEY STONE
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dadi
County, and ri t- the same In duplicate
anil as provided In Section 73,1 16,
Florida Statutes* In {heir offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from tin- time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thl- 18th
dai of October, A.D. 1M1.
- LOIS MICHAELS
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 27th day of October, 1961
NELSON & SPIELVOfJEL
Attorneys for Executrix
t"7 Lincoln Road
10 27. II'3-10.17
LEGAL NOTICE
that
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the underslgi I drlna to engasi In
business under th< fictitious name of
i- \l GHT-IN -THE ACT COMPANY
(not Incorporated) al Suite number
270, XL" LitlC Rd.. 'n the Cltl <
Miami Be ich, I' u Id i Intend to reg-
ister the said uue with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court Dade County,
Florida
TALIANOFF, WALLER A I. IT MAN
Attorneys for Applicants
i_' I Line tin Ko .
M'....... m VRSHAK
ERNIE HELD
ll S-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
IX
T,.
i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 5*121-8
RE Estate of
A \l!i IN FADEM
[i, .,i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml Creditors and Ml Persons Hnv-
- or Demand? aejui.-i Said
F.M iti
You ar< hereb) notified and required
1 ireseni an> claims and demands
which you ma) his- against the es-
ol KARON FADEM deceased late
le County, Florida, to the Coun-
t Judges of Dade County, and file
in- in their offices In the Coun-
ts Courthouse in Dade County, Floe-
. within eight calendar months
the date of the first publication
i .. the same will be haired.
HARRY FADEM
Ail Inistrator
i >\V VRD il. lev IN
for Administrator
i i ess Buildla ;
12, Fla, FR i
l i ) 27, li S-tO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J'JDIC I AL Ci RCU IT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No 61C 10663
VR h WIN > \K OF THE
V oi- XKW YORK, New York
roi por ..
I'lul
\
W.TEH R PY LE an 1
IN EH riNE U I'YLE, his wife,
I lefendants
NOTICE OF SUIT
WALTER H Pi i.E and
ERNESTINE (1 I'YI.l-:, Ins wife
*( th SI reel
l.uhhock, Texa -
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
-ut has been brought against you
b i" l.l.Alt SAVINGS BANK OF
' CITY OF NEW YORK, In the
ntltled C urt, to foreclo te i
1 rtgagi encumbering the following
ii"-ii propert). to-wlti
l.-i 7. Block >fi SECOND ADDI-
TION To SIERRA UIRADA, gi
cording to the plat thereof, re-
i Nil in Plat Cook 81. at page SI,
of toe public records of Dade Coun-
ts. Florida;
ther with:
2 Oas Wall Heaters; Range Subur-
ban oven 934 A, Surface I'nit 7:!4;
Food Center Nutune; Hood and Fan
Niitnn.; Venetian Blinds:
and you are required to file your an-
wer with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida, at the
Courthouse In Miami, Florida, on or
before November 14, 1961, and to serve
a copy of such answer upon P.W'I'o
P. CAT8MAN, Pialntiff'v attorn-.,
wins.- address is 14th Hloor at 101
Easl Flagler Street, Miami 32. Flor-
Ida, on or before said date, as re-
i by the Laws of Florida. If
you fan to do o, tn- complaint vrill
be tak--n as Oonfeeeed by vou and a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
l8l you for thc. relief demanded
i the ,-oiiipluint.
DATED this llth day of October,
I Ml.
! I: Id-:A I'HKRMAM, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(eD B) K M 1.Y.MAX.
Deputy Clerk
DAVID P. I'ATSMAN
1'th Hoor at 101 10 Magler St.
-Miami 32, Florida
10/13-20-27, 11/
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME I AW
NOTICE is HEREBY oiVKx that
the undersigned, desiring to engage Ini;
business under the fictitious name of I
VIC'S BAR B C1RILL at 148 N.E Rth
street. Miami, Florida, intends t..
retflster said i u with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of liade County,
Florida.
vii"roit k KO 'ii. s..ie Owner
STERN .< Hi ini-.-R
Attorne) > f.- owner
701 Ainsley Building
Miami i'Z, Florida
ll/:l-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICT TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OlVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WHITE SHARK 1X.X ut 5240 West
Flagler Street intends to register said
name with the Clerk of tin- Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
DOREEN MARIE TAYLOR
KESSLER & GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1999 S W :-' 31
10 8-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t i engai
business under the fictitioua "a.....- ol
Beach Hearing Aid Center; Miami
Beach H irlng Aid Center. Washing-
Hear.i | \ii Center; A Hearing
Aid Co a: '-' WashsnKton Aw.. Mi-
ami Beach, Fla,, intends to register
said names with the Clerk of the
Circuit i" Of Dade County. Florida.
WASHINGTON OPTICIANS; INC
... Fla. Corp.)
Sole Owner
10/1:1-20-27. 11/8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious n une of
PURL'S SANDWICH SHOP al 137
North Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida,
Intends to register said naane with
the Clerk of the ire Ut Court of Dade
County, Florida
aaroX Al, PERUMCTTER,
Sole (> tier
Goldman. Goldstein i< Paciler
Attorneys for Registrant
::: 03 West Flagler SI
Miami, Fla. XE I-OGIS
11/.1-I0-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54187-B
IN RE! Estate of
NA< 'Ml LESOWODBR
Deceased
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person.- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present an) claims and demands
whi.-h you may hive against the es-
tate "f NAOMI LESOWODER d
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Count) .indues ..f Dtide Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
as provided in Section 7:'.:',.lii. Florida
Statutes, In their offices In the Coun-
t) Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within sis calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
l>:ite,| at Miami, Florida, this 19th
da) oi ......i. r. All I -,:
EH1EL LESOWOD1 t
DR. i.i his s i.ics, hit/.
HENRY l.U'.-Vlll'TZ
A Executors
First publication ol this notice on
the .'7tii da) ol kuober,
WELL1SCH >v- DOUGHERTY
Attorne) for Estate of
NAOMI LESi IWODER, 1 >< i
his Congress Building
10 -T. 11 3-10-17
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jeist ncrk/ian
solicits your legal noticM.
We appreciate yoXir
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial FR 3-4605
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY Ql\ 3N 'i
the undersigned, -i- Ing to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY SE
ici: at 3425 Southwest 79th C
Miami. Florida intend- to
said name With the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
LESLIE ROHENTHAL
LBWISON AND FREED
Attorn--* -
IO'13-20-2", U/3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, des ring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BOULEVARD HEALTH SALON ll
ZO80 Blsca) ne Blvd Miami in I I
(., registi ild i. in e a Ith the Clerk
ol th.- Clrc ill >url >l Dade i !ounty(
Florid
RITA MARY l'':.\>
io r, ti"
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOLS NAME LAW
\. ITICE '- H EREBY RIVEN that
the undersigm I lestrlng to engage Hi
business in-. the I til ius name of
DOWNTOWN TEXAC SERA il
llvd Intel d to
aid name with I
cult Couri 11.1 I. Cout irida.
.li iSEPH a \ VLBNTI
ANDREW U. SHIELDS
IRWIX ; CHRISTIE
Al toi ne) fo Vpp
--27. 11/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 1C 10836
LOUISE M< CLURB,
PI lint Iff,
JESSE ray McCLURB,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. Jesse Riy McClure. addrei
and residence 1974 5th Avenue,!
Cnamblee, Georgia, > required to
file .-........r to tiie complaint with
the !. rk of the atx)ve Court iin.i
serve i cop) thereof to Herman Co-
hen, \' !ongi ess ituild-
tn.:. m im i' on or bef >re
November i"th. 1961, <>~ else suit will
be taken as confessed. Dated Octo-
ber loth, 19(1.
H B LBA PHERMAN, clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) B) HELEN KESSLBR,
l>e|iut> Clerk
10/13-30-87, n 'J
NOTICE UNDEH
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN tint
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RUE 79, at 1801-79th Street Cause-
way, North May Village, Dade Coun-
ty! Florida, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
CHALET. IXC.
By: Theodore M. Trushin. President
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Chalet, inc.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
___________________________11/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious names of
THE GASLIGHT INN at number 9*4
S.W. 57th Avenue In the City of Mi-
anil. Flor'da, and STATE I.ILM'ORS
at 8S8 S. W "7'h Avenue In the City
of Miami, Florida Intends to register
the saiil names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
Dated it Miami Beach, Florida, this
iith day of October, cue
Mi ?SA'M Corp
By: m i/. Copperman, President
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney fur \p|)lloant
IC'i Lincoln Rd,
Miami Reach. FWJ
10/27. Lt/S-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 11153
THE GREENWICH 8AVINOS
RAXK. corporation existing under
the laws of the State of New Y'ork,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
HAROLD B PASTOR, et al.
Defendant -
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: HAROLD B. PASTOR and
ANN P. PASTOR, his wife
SOlfl Pembrldge Avenue
Baltimore 1">. Maryland
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has been brought agam.-t you
by THE GREENWICH SAVINGS
BANK, in the a love-entitled Court, to
foreclose a mortgage encumbering the
following described property, to-wtt:
Lot 5, In Block 84, SECOND audi-
tion' TO SIERRA, according to the
plat thereof, recorded In Plal Book
'7. at page 7. of the public records
i,i l lade County, Florida.
Together th:
General Electric Refrigerator,
Model LB-10; Serial YM-626718:
Venetian Blind*
and you ore required to file your
answer with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida, at the
Courthouse In Miami. Florida, on or
before November 21, 1ML and to serve
a cop) of such answer upon DAVID
P, CATSMAN. Plaintiff's attorney,
hose ad I I ll h i loor al 101
East nag Miami 32, Floi -
ida. on or before said date, i- re-
quired by the i-i.- of Florida If
you fail t do so, the complaint w .1
in- taken as ci nfessed b> you and a
Decree Pro Confesso "ill be entered
agalnsl you for the relief demandi I
in the complaint
DATED this 18th day of October,
19(1.
E B. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of the ClrcultvCouct
Lade County. Florida
(seal) C, 1. ALEXANDER;
Deputy < 'lerk
DAVID P. CATSMAN
I '!, Floor at 101 E. Flagler St.
Miami ;i^. Florida
10/20-27, 11 1-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. SIC 10937
JAMES ANl>ERSON,
Plaintiff,
vs.
AMANDA ANDERSON.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. AMANDA ANDERSON. 1720
N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami, Florida, are
notified to serve a copy of your an-
swer to Divorce Complaint filed
against vou on Plaintiff's attorney,
GBOROB NICHOLAS. 1218 N.W. 7th
St., Miami. Fla.. and file original with
Clerk of this Court on or before list
day of November. 1961. otherwise
complaint will be confessed by you.
DATED. Oc!ot>-r lth, 1961,
E. B LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
[seal) ii- c p. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
10/20-27, 11/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 6IC 11370
JEAN ROG< >W,
Plaintiff.
v .-.
GEORGE ROGOW,
Defend int.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ti ; GEORGE ROGOW
1333 Rlttenhouse Street, N W.
Washington, D.C.
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Invoice has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a cop) of your answer
on Plaintiffs attorney, calx & ISIS,
1830 W Flagler Street, Miami. Flor-
ida, and file the original In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 21th da) "f November.
IM1, otherwise said Complaint for
Divorce win be taken as confessed
by you.
hated ar Miami, Florida, this 84th
da\ of i ictoler. 1961.
E B LBATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal B) C. L. ALEXANDER,
Deput) Cl.-rk
10 27. II 1-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 54107-C
IX RE Estate of
.li ISEPHINE PEARSON,
Dec-------1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credl ors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims 't" Demands Agalnsl Said
Estati
You are hereb) notil I I required
to preset in) aims and demands
which you ma) have against the es-
tate IOS PHINK PEARSON, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the I'm:; t) I ldg< Of I '.i'i- 'OUnt) .
and file I In tl In
t he Count) Courthi -us,- In i i le Coun-
ty, norida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred
HORMIDAS GLADU
l :\. cutor
MYERS, HBIMAN ,v. KAPLAN
B) i.eon Kaplan
Attorney B
il'.O S.W 1st Street
Miami. Florida
10/20-27, 11/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 6tC 3323
CARTERET SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSl iCIATloX.
Plaintiff,
CHARLES FOI SOM, JR. and
I'AT.-Y FOLSOM, hi- wife,
nut s A. GR1MALDI,
Defendants '
NOT.CE OF SUIT
T'C CHARLES FOLSOM, JR., and I
PATSY I-'1 'I.si M Ms wife
RESIDENCE UNKNl IWN
Y ii ire hereb) n.'.ified that the
above captloned action has been in-
stituted against you m the Circuit
Curt .,f the Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida In and for D ide 'ounty to fore-
close i mortgage upon the following
described real pi .....
Lol 16. Block 21 First Addition to
myrtle GROVE, according to th
pi.u thereof re irded In Plat Book
57 at Page -' ol tl Pu illc Records
of I 'ad.- Count) Florida,
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint wc.h the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a cop) thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney, MARTIN FINB, l-Rh Floor
Dade Federal Building. Miami ^2,
Florida, ii"t laU r thai Nove nb
1961, nr a Dec;..- I'r Confesso will
be entered against you
I iated 11> tober I, 1961.
E B LEATHERM VN lerk
Circuit Courl Dade < '..: s. Fi la
(seal) By HELEN -- R,
I le lUt) "le;-k
M VRTIN FINK
\ ti irne) fi it i i nl I'
I Ith Fin >r I >ade Fe
Miami '-. FI iri I i
10/20-27,1 >
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial c rcuit of
florida in and for dade
county in chancery
No. 61C 11026
FRANCES LOAH ALLD,
Plaihtilf,
vs.
WILLIAM TYLER Al'LD,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: WILLIAM TYLER Al'LD
83fi W*si 18th Street
Houston. Texas
YOU ARK HEREBY required to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
BUI of Complaint for Divorce upon
the Plaintiff's attorn.-v. PAIL KWIT-
X BY, 480 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
Florida, and file the original in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court in and for Dade County, Flor-
ida, on or before the 80th da) ol
November. 11H1. In default of which,
a Decree Pro Confesso may be .-u-
tered against vou
DATED this 16th dav of October,
1861.
F. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) B) L SNEBDBN
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the in-.!-.' *lgn il, desli i ge In
buslm -- in i the '
OL'SS LANDSCAPING 8ERVIC 'I
number 1926 s u 3ti In the
i 'it-. ..I Miami i' la nt< Is to
register the sa Id na 'lerk
ut the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Ida
Date i il Ml imi, r i da, this I'Hti
da) of 11. t.-ii- r,
ors zi ns
tl FORGE, AMES .v Rl I I'ER
lir.O S.W i-t St.. Mian FI .
Attorn.- : u Applicant
80-87, 11/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUM-IT FOOD stores at *7S(> S.W.
62nd Avenue intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
BERNARD c.EISKRMAN
THEODORE IVKS
SIDNEY EFRONBON
Attorney for Applicants
241 Security Trust Bldg.
10/20-87. 11/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBRBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MANNEQUIN8 BY ROBBIB LYNN
at 1086 E. nil Street, Hialeeh, Flor-
ida intends t.. register said name with
the Clerk of the Citcuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Rl >BBIE LYNN, INC.
a Floi i Deration
I E loth St HlaleAh, Fla.
ALBERT I. Rosex
ne) ( ir Robbie I.. nn, Inc.
940 Line dn Rd Miami Beach, Fla,
10/27, 11/3-10-lT


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by ISABEL GROVE

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ontan s
CWorU
' eJewislti Floriidiian
Micmi, Florida, Friday, November 3, 1561
Section B
Mr. and Mrs. Harold KassewitZ, who have been flying around
in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Las Vegas with the Leonard
Abesses the past tow weeks, returned just ::i time io attend the
i scellaneous shower given for son Hal's fiancee, Sheila Agid. of
i : Hills, by KUen (Mrs. Leon) Kayo on Saturday at the Algiers
hi lei Another shower given on Sunday by Isabelle tiechl in
! home for the bride-elecl and her sorority sisters The future
Mrs Kassewit* is i-i her senior year in the school of education at
thi University of Miami and plans to teach in Dade county .
Hal will enter UM's law school in September ... A Thanksgiving
wedding is planned .
A bride of only a few weeks, Judy (Mrs. Barry) Shein planned,
i pared and carried out a surprise party in honor of her parent's
anniversarj on Saturday, Oct. 21. wiih complete aplomb
Her dad. Sam Falick, was in on the plot, but Mrs. Falick
(Dodo) registered every degree of astonishment possible lnti-
i ^ oup of gue-is included the senior Shoins (Mollle and
Maury), Judy's brother. Jerry Falick. and wifi. Celia, Dodo's
her, Mrs i.iiiian Bernstein, and long-time friends, Dave anil
Sylvia Israel Dave has just heard lrom brother Bunn\ Israel
i ia1 he and his Dorothy, who have been on a five-week cruise of
the Mediterranean, will bo home soon, but will take time out tor
w days in New York fust Highlight of the trip, he wrote,
was the stopover in Israel.

Adrea and Harold Soglovitz spent a month in Manhattan with
t'aughter Helene. who is pursuing the career in advertising for
which she prepared herself at the University of Miami They
won't linger here very long though Adrea is looking forward
to her first trip to California Wants to see everything she's
heard Harold, who has made many trips there, talk about .
Many friends and relatives to visit, too, and side trips to Los
Angeles, Las Vegas and Tucson, where they will be houseguests
ci the Nevins family from Cleveland .
Prc-holiday trip north for Barbara Hoberman. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hoberman he's the Surfside Councilman .
Will housoguest with friends and relatives in Connecticut, New
York and New Jersey ... A recent graduate of Charron Williams
Business College. Barbara plans to be back on the Gold Coast by
Thanksgiving.
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The night will be quite literally filled with music for the
guests at the Miami Beach Opera Guild committee's first dinner
dance at the Eden Roc early in December ... In addition to the
program of outstanding operatic talent which will be presented, a
Whole troupe of strolling violinists will do their serenading lrom
cocktail time right through to the end of the evening Lovely
plan was dreamed up at a recent committee meeting in the home
oi Ronnie (Dr. Leonard; Jacobson by Lottie (Mrs. Emil) Morion.
Mrs. Daniel Schlapik, Mrs. Leopold Spitalny, Jackie (Mrs. David)
hoebberg and Belle (Dr. Irving) Lehrman, music lovers, all.

Miami artist. Reyna Youngerman. has been asked by Fred-
erick Robinson, director and curator of the Springfield. Mass.,
Museum of Fine Arts, to exhibit some of her works at the Gallery
there ... A particular request is for Reyna's prize-winning Moun-
tainside Town," shown most recently at the Lowe Gallery Also
i'i preparation is a cne-man showing of Youngermans at the Mirell
Callery in December .
Several hundred enthusiastic guests attended the beautiful
dinner Thursday at the Seville hotel biven by the board of gov-
ernors of National Children's Cardiac Hospital as a testimonial to
Richard I. Berenson. now chairman of the board, who had served
a- president for more than a decade, "in recognition of his years
of loyal and devoted service" Sitting at the head table and
approving the honors being heaped on her husband, attractive
Mrs Berenson in regal black with rhinestone straps criss crossing
in back and a wisp of veil covering her lovely hair Sitting
r by, charming Mrs. Leo Robinson, wife of the president of
NCCH "in black peau de scio set off with simple gold jewelry
i) at the head table, raven-haired Mrs. George Corny her hus-
band a vice ^resident in shirred white chiffon with long heavy
satin Stole in geranium rod Chatting with blue-eyed, di
I ired Mrs. Leo Rattier, wife of another vice president, in a sophis-
I ated black all over bugle beaded sheath with scoop neck.
Dr and Mrs. Joseph R. (Laneyi N'arot just back from a wed-
ding trip to ltalv Spiritual leader of Temple Israel. Rabbi
Naroi will share'his observations with the congregation
:.crmon Friday evening will be "My Impressions of Judaism in
Italy" ..
"The former Rae Murray and Abe Rosenborg are spending
their honeymoon in Nassau Home will be 5T6o La (.orce when
they return .
Combination vacation and busman's holiday for Chaun Rose,
director, adult lecture programming for the Mianu Beach Rec-
reation Department Plans to see at least a dozen shows on-
and-off Broadway, and attend the Gerontological Society conven-
tion in Pittsburgh. Pa. .
Same kind of a double-barreled vacation for the Morris Levitts
First a convention at the Concord hotel in Kiamesha for rep-
resentatives of the Rokeach Corp.. then several days >n Gotham
Town for sightseeing and the theatre Home now, at 8o05 SW
107th st.

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Principal figures at the Temple Beth Sholom
Israel Bar Mitzvah dinner held last Sunday
evening at the Eden Roc hotel in honor of
cemmunity and Israel Bond leader. Isadore
Hecht, gather for an informal chat prior to the
dinner. Sealed (from left) are Mrs. Jack A.
Cantor, Mrs. lscdoie Hecht, Mrs. James M.
Albert end Mrs. Leon Kronish. Standing are
Mrs Selma Oritt invited by Mike Rubye. chairman. Bonds
for Israel in Mobile. Ala., to a dinner last Sunday evening at the
Dauphin Street Temple there, to accept a plaque on behalf of her
late husband. Samuel, who had been an outstanding leader in the
Bonds for Israel drive and the Israel Investment Corp. for many
years Dinner was in honor of Israel's Bar Mitzvah year.
*
The golden wedding bells which rang in the 50th wedding anni-
versary of Max and Stella Weinstein sounded one surprising note
for them the dinner celebration planned by son and daughter-in-
law Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston, of Cleveland rd.. at the
Famous restaurant, with daughter, Mrs. Florence Libcrman. down
from New York for the festivities Other happy guests were
granddaughters, Patricia and Meryl Weston, Mrs Anny Hyman,
the William Carmels and their four offspring. Allan, Barbara,
Jerald and Linda Ben Ginsberg. Jack Beartner. Dr. and Mrs.
Andrew Leon, the Herbert Kohns. Jack Segals. Lou Shames Abe
Towbins Mr. and Mrs. A. Singer, the Dick Shaws, Louis Pilzcrs,
Robert Plants. Harry Lefkoffs and Mrs. Sidney Hyman .
The manv friends of Bess and Louis Glasser are hoping his
Stay at South"Miami Hospital, after a recent car accident, will be
a brief one, and that he'll soon be about his many activities a^ain.
At the installation Friday of the Federation of Jewish Wom-
en's Organizations at the Seville hotel are (left to right) Mrs.
Charles Feinberg, chairman of the day; Mis. Milton Sirkin,
who was installed as president; Mrs. Jean Lehman, installing
ojiicer. Mrs. Lehman, installed as honorary president, was
the founding president of FJWO. Stanley C. Myers, nationally-
kr.cwn civic and philanthropic leader, was guest speaker.
Installed as vice presidents were Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz, Mrs.
George Simon, Mrs. Charles Feinberg, and Mrs. Dorothy
Krieger Fink. Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer was installed as correspond-
ing secretary, and Mrs. Larry Friedlcnd as recording secretary.
Cancer League Member Lunch
Women's Cancer League of Mi-
ami Beach is having its annual
membership luncheon Friday noon,
Nov. 10, at the Seville hotel.
A wig fashion show will high-
light coiffures for women who want
that well-groomed look.
Members who will model are
Mesdames Phyllis Hecht, Jack
Young, Seymour Rubin, Morris
Oreen, J. Bernard Spector and Jer-
ry Evans.
Mrs. Abe Schonfeld will preside
Mrs J. Bernard Specter is pro-
i chairman, and Mrs. Robert
man is chairman of the day.
Jack A. Cantor, chairman of the board of the
Israel Bond Organization; Isadore Hecht, din
ner honoree; Mordekhai Shneerson, Israel's
Ambassador to Mexico, Haiti and the Doir.::v
ican Republic; James M. Albert, president o!
Temple Beth Sholom and dinner chairman-
and Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader c:
the Temple. (See Page 10-B.)
Federation Ladies
Install Officers
Federation of Jewish Women's
Organizations was compared to
American Telephone and Telegraph
Company as !hc group held its an-
no;, I installation luncheon Friday
in the Seville hotel.
.Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, founding
president, who served as installing
officer, said that "both organiza-
tions were formed to give service,
they've both reached a high level
of development, and they each have
subsidiary operations serving vari-
ous areas."
FJWO. hko (he telephone compa
ny, lias to have a stron- organiza-
tion 10 tie together the facilities at.
an i to in oot ( xpanding
i.i eiis." Mrs Lehman continue I
She praised the various organiza-
tions making up the Federation for
"uoing a much needed and magnili-
car.t service, both here and over-
Beaa Just as the overlapping
shingles on a roof make the Pool
stronger, so our overlapping efforts
make the whole the stronger
Cif-l ol honor at the luncheon
Stanley C. Myers, founding
lent of the Greater Miami
.It .ush Federation, and nationally-
known in civic and philanthropic
activities.
Mrs. Milton Sukin was installed
as president, with Mrs. Lehman as
honorary president. Taking office
; vice presidents were Mrs. Meyer
Eggnatz. Mrs. George Simon. Mrs-.
Charles Feinberg. Mrs. Dorothy
Krieger Fink.
Mrs. Oscar Zeltor was installed
as .corresponding secretary, and
Mrs. Larry Friedland, recording
secretary. Installed on the advi-
sory council were Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, Mrs. Daniel Neal Holler,
Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Sidney
Schwartz. Mrs. Bernard Stevens,
Mrs Gerald P. Soltz, and Mrs.
Joseph Shapiro.
Women's Cancer League of Mi-
ami Beach, in existence a little
over two years, last year presented
ji cobalt bomb to Mt. Sinai Hospi-
tal. Exactly "82 treatments have
since been given needy patients
free of charge.
The organization also maintains
two beds for indigent cancer pa-
tients, who rccieve medical and
nursing care, x-rays and drugs.
Most recently, the League as-
sumed the responsibility of a clini-
cal re-carch fellowship, which has
been awarded to Dr. Carlos Be-
romac
liferelh Israel Sisterhood
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
have a card party on Wednesday
(.( iing in the social hail. Hostes-
ses are Mrs B. V. Weinstoek .in I
Mr6. William Kornfeld.


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gogue-when it presents "A Night with the Operas" at 8 p.m..
Sunday, Ncv. 19. in Spector Hail, 2625 SW 3rd eve. Dr. Arturo
di Fiiipp;, director of the Greater Miami Opera Guild, under
whoM cruspicaa the program will be preserve:: cjoes over the
numbers with IAzp. Julien Bclogh, Sister.*.ood music chairman.
Looking on are Dr. Paul Csonlca 'stanc:r.c; left and Charles
Richard, musical directors. A one-act operc. "The Old Maid
and the Thief," and stirring scenes from operatic masterpieces
'La Boheme," "Martha," end "Rigoletto" will highlight the
program.
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[Friday, November 3, 1331
"^JenisP HorSdliaiF
Page 3-3
Mrs. Comay Will be Guest of Honor
At Hebrew University Women's Tea
M icha e I may.
I i Israel's An wad >r to the
I : Nations, wi | lest of
,i a tea al ie Ol Mrs.
Ratner, 5930 N. Bay rd., on
.. 16.
permanent reprl sent of Israel
i l \. v. :i < ir to
Canada from 1953 tnr inigh :
Ambassador and Mrs. Comay
came from South Africa to settle
in Palestine immediately alter
reception will be the first or- World War II, and played an active
..ational meetir^ >t Greater
imi women who will serve as
sses lor the initial national
, nee of the women's division
American Friends of the He-
part in the dramatic events Leading
up to the creation of the new State
of Israel During this time, Mrs.
Comay served as a driver for the
Hagannah. a liaison officer with the
.. University of Jerusalem. The British authorities for the Jews be-
.< will be heli! at the Amen- leaguered in the Old City oi Jeru
, hotel on Jan. 30 to Feb. 3. ac- salem and as assistant to a team
ng to Mrs. Louis Glasser, of South African medical special-
er of the national board of ists caring for wounded soldiers
- women'.'- divis and civil
' Comay Is il Israel's Before joining her husband in
mding write speakers \,.\v York in Ma) I960, when he
assumed his present ambassadorial
position, Mrs. Comay was a mem-
ber of the Hadassah Council in Is-
rael, in charge ol publicity and pub-
lic relations, and also a member ol
the world executive of the wom-
i- served lei Bureau
: for the American fortnightly,
-.-.el Speaks," has written major
- in "Hoi: lay" and other
gazines, and is also the author
tcripts for documentary films.
MRS. MICHAH COMAY
'Harvest Ball'
At Beth Shirah
<
she has appeared in scores of cities
i:: both nations. Her husband, now
For the first social affair of the
post-Holy Day season. Sisterhood
and Men's Club of Temple Beth
Kell known as a lecturer through- en's International Zionist Organ.za- shjlh wi jr -Harvest
uted State She was also president of the Balr Saturday evening in Sum-
land Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy.
Refreshments, dancing to the mu-
sic of the Fraternity Four Combo,
and prizes for costumed guests
will be featured.
Mrs. Jack Somberg, acting presi-
dent, and Louis Greene, Men's
Club president, will introduce new
members of their groups.
Junior Auxiliary
Planning 'Gala'
Women of the Junior Auxiliary
of the Jewish Home for the Aged
have been busy with preparations
f>r their luncheon and fashion pa
pres
Animal Protection Society of Je-
rusalem.
Mr. and Mrs. Comay have two
grown children in Israel, a married
daughter, Yael, and a son, Yocha-
nan, who is an artillery officer in
the army of Israel.
Mrs. Comay has worked closely
with the national women's division
of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
She was one ofthe principal speak
rale on Nov. 21. They're making fa A .,, natlona, confer [ Women's Chapter
sure that this affair will be a sue- in Pniladelpma. I. *""****
Plans Reception
C issful event.
The arrangements and publicity
chairmen, Mrs. I. Stanley Levine
I 1 Mrs. Peter Wolf, have been in
c se touch with the Deauville ho-
te!. A gourmet menu is being
planned. Mrs. Bart ho 11 J. Strauss,
executive vice president and gen-
eral chairman of the luncheon, has
arranged the fashion showing.
Miss Well, of the Allardale Shop.
i- Jiving her premiere display cf
new imports which have just ar-
rived from Paris, R')-::e. and Is-
rael.
There will be many prizes award
ed. Mrs. Louis Bresler ;.s hospi-
ty chairman,
rs. Ben Sch lent of
the Junior Auxiliary th func-
I ill start at n the Huh
i room of th( Cards
* follow the fas tow
Jay Red I Mrs.
i Furstman are arge ol
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Ner Tamid
Review Series
On Thursday evening, Nov. 9.
Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid
will begin its annual book reviews
with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz giving
a critique of "Mill 18," by Leon
Uris.
The series includes four reviews,
from November through Febuary,
and is open to the public
Refreshments are served follow-
ing the program.
Florida chapter of the Women's
Branch of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America
held a planning meeting recently
for a reception to be held Monday,
Jan. 15, at the Young Israel Audi-
torium.
Affair will honor rabbis' wives
and Sisterhood presidents of affili-
ated congregations.
Program at the meeting included
a discussion, led by Mrs. Abraham
Levitan, on "How to Develop Your-
self as a Leader." Moderator was
Mrs. Harry Lerner. of Young Is-
rael of Greater Miami.
CANTOR
HIRSH
MARCH BIN
IN LAKELAN3, FLORIDA
The international is ranowned
Cantor and Ope*a S'ar-tenor,
who officiated as Cantor with
9'eat success the past High
Holidays was elected there
for" the year. Together with
Madam Marchbei-? he was a
big hit in a Consert singing
Operatic Arias and Duets be-
side Chazunoth selections of
his own compositions. Both
artists are available for con-
certs now and during Pass-
over week.
Write P.O. Box 521
Lakeland, Florida
or phone MU 6-2788

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FOR SAVERS
There's a lime-honored custom amo^j
savings institutions of allowing a fun
rrj-'Vi dividend earnings on sav:-}s
received by the 10th of the morrn.
TVs 10 day grace period allows you
to pay those bills that come around
tha 1st of tha month and still open or
add to your account in time to ear"
a full month's dividend. WASHIN3-
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to grant this 10 day courtesy period to
savars. Why not open or add to your
account at any convenient WASHING-
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Page 5-3
I
Garden Club Meets Monday
"The Green World" will be the
subject of Mrs. ELsic Picot's lec-
ture for the Mt. Sinai Garden Club
on Monday at 12:15 p.m. Meeiinp
Jonas, 6400 Pinetrce dr., Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Ben Lond, program chair-
man, will introduce Mrs. Picot.
\-bn 't pnxgprvafJox chairman for
the 12th District of Garden Ch
and a past president of the N< '
Miami Garden Club.
Mrs. Picot will discuss he: a
plants and display the art <>l i
ranging planters.
Mrs. H. Lester Stepner. pr
dent, will conduct the meeting
The first four bricks are placed in the colonnade of the new
Hebrew Academy building by the "Big Four" of the Hebrew
Academy's Women's group at ceremonies at 2400 Pinetree dr.
Left to right are Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president of Hebrew
Academy Women's group at ceremonies at 2400 Pinetree dr.
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, chairman of brick campaign; and Mrs.
]ack Buchsbaum, co-chairman of brick campaign.
'Masonettes' Lay Bricks at Academy
Seme 400 members and friends
df the Hebrew Academy Women
withered last week to participate
in special ceremonies at the new
Hebrew Academy now going up at
14W Pinetree dr.
An impressive march of 18 "ma-
scnettes," all Hebrew Academy
mothers, formed the nucleus for a
Incklaying session during which
I ricks purchased at $18 each were
cemented into the columns of the
unpaved colonnade at the Acade-
my's new facilities.
Marching with trowels and brick
in hand, members of the procession
were led by Mrs. Leonard Rosen,
hrick campaign chairman, and es-
corted by Mrs. Jack Buchsbaum,
((-chairman; Mrs. Joseph Shapiro.
president of Hebrew Academy
Women; and Mrs. Sheldon Dearr,
president of the PTA. Also hon-
ored were Mayor Kenneth Oka. of
Miami Beach, members of the
I acb City Council, and City Man-
in r Morris Lipp.
Mayor Irving Shiilman extended
greetings for ihe City of Surfside.
Mayor Shepard Broad, of Bay Har-
bor, announced his pledge of $5,-
000 in memory of his father, the
late Daniel Broad, a founder and
officer of the Academy.
B. I. Binder, president of the
Academy lor the past seven years,
headed past presidents of the He-
brew Academy Women and PTA
as they were honored with setting
the first row of bricks into place.
Kindergarten students, T o bi e
Englander and Howard Rosncr, and
one ninth grade student. Miriam
Weiss, climaxed the ceremony by
placing and cementing a brick sym-
bolizing the growth and future of
the new school.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin
cipal of the Academy, concluded
' tlie ceremonies. Proceeds from the
; more lhan 300 bricks sold will go
toward the Ida Appel Auditorium,
a project of the Hebrew Academy
Women. Goal of the Hebrew
Academy Women is S100.000.
If you like
Membership Party Tuesday
Chai chapter. B'nai B'rith Worn
en. will hold a member -bnng-a-
member party Tuesday evening at
the home of Mrs. Dorothy Rosen-
Mum, 6050 La Gorce dr., Miami
Beach. Mrs. Jack Zebitz is mem-
bership chairman. Chapter presi-
dent is Mrs Oscar Rosenthal.
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Fri
d7. November 3
Home Residents
To Toke Cruise
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary. Jewish Home (or the Aged,
is ayain sponsoring an annual out-
Ing for the residents of Don-las
Gardens, Mr- Louis Makovsky,
program coordinator, is in charm'
of an nts.
\- m prei. g yi ars, residents
will !( it the Gray Line
sightsee n ats on an island
cruise, followed by a luncheon
i i j [hi Governor i; feteria.
Mrs Larry n. president.
and meml I th Auxiliary v ill
serve lighl nts on the
boat,
Kosher Recipe
Wins S25 Prize
By Special Report
Accent is on food and figure at Beth David Sisterhood's "Slim
cna Trim" luncheon Wednesday at Spector Hall. Here, co-
chairmen Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz and Mrs. Benn Bloom go
through their paces to focus attention on the event.
Ckonuka Party Plans
Mrs. Henry Gilbert, interim
i irman of Popiel religious school
ITA at Congregation Yehudah
Moshe, announces plans for a
thanuka party. The second coffee-
Dfi will be held Monday. 9:30 "
am, at the nome of Mrs. Helen
12530 NE Miami ct.
JFCS Women
Plan Thrift Shop
is th daj W
( ttee of J visa Family
( Service has -
1 collection
1 for th Children's v.
'! ft Sho] rties will b<
1 10 a.m. and noon in the
to i wing hi:
Stevens. 6190
Mr.-. Charles
' i in 640 NE 98th st.; Mrs.
Jerome Kipnis. 120 Palm ave..
Palm Island: Mrs. Lawrence Kline.
350C Fiamingo dr.. Miami Beach:
Mrs. Kenneth Treister. 3660 Bat-
tersea, Coconut Grove: and Mrs.
Martin Fine. 58 Samona. Bav
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Mrs. Albert Goodstein is chair-
mi of the event.
.IFCS is a member of Create-
Miami Jewish Federation and the
l ted Fund.
You, $'. a by submit-
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Kasha A stai award for this,
amount is offered by Phyllis Wolff.'
home economist of the Birkcit
Mills, for each recipe she -elects
and uses in t h e advertising of
Wolffs Kasha.
The most recent winner is Mrs,
Joseph Silberstein, Beacon st..
Brookline. Mass. Mrs. Silberstein
was paid S25 for her recipe lor Kas-
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Welcomed are your own recipes
using Wolff's Kashafor stuffing
chicken or turkey, derma, helzel.
breast of veal or lamb shoulder,
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green peppers, and mushrooms.
A prize of $25 will be paid for
each recipe published. Every en-
trant recieves a free Kasha Cook-
book, and in return all recipes be-
come Wolff's property. Send reci-
pes to Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yan.
The invitation is for a -Slim N Y-
ar-.d Trim" luncheon at Spector ---------------------
Hail n Wednesday. Dude Ranch Party Set
.. i exercises will open the r, ,
at 11:30 a.m.. followed ,A Dudue a"ch. par,-v ,s 1,,Mn-
for strict dieters, medium '''''""'I y B ?- s,sterhood lor
Saturday evening. Nov. 18. An old
I fashioned haynde. horseback rid-
ing, square dancing and a midnight
'Slim and Trim'
Luncheon Slated
Beth David Sisterhood members
have received invitations to their
next social event reading. 'Wear
pants, bring blanket, mat or small
ALICIA CLARKE
Puppets to Play
In Shakespeare
Shakespeare will be presented to
a children',- audience in an offer-
il g by Alicia Clarke and her pup-
pets on Sunday afternoon at the
.Miami YMHA. 450 SW 16th ave.
This marks the start in a series
of five cultural events for children
and their parents under the spon-
sorship of the "Y."
Using combined techniques of
puppetry, narration, and dialogue,
Miss Clarke will present "The Tem-
pest," by Shakespeare. The pro-
gram starts at 2:30 p.m., and is
open to the public.
good eaters.
A yogi demonstration .
Eva Diskin and instruction in mod-
.' ill also be presented.
risen arc Mrs. Benn
Bloom and Mrs. Morris Rah no-

buffet supper will highlight the af-
fair. Mesdames Henry Cain. Dcn-
' Gitlin and Norman Kout are
co-chairmen, and in charge of
reservations.
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Nassau Tour
Off Nov. 16
Bi B'nth Women of Miami
1. organized a tour to Nassau
thai will leave Nov. 16. and culmi-
ni U with a return voyage on the
BE Jerusalem.
The group will be aboard the Is-
i liner when it enters the Miami
I < r: amid festivities and a gala re-
c<: tion,
Mrs Betty Birchansky is in
charge of reservations for the B'nai
B'rith group. Both members and
ncn-members are invited to attend.
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Zion made fresh daily
in our new, modern, clean,
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Flagler Women
Schedule Seminar
"The Humorous Year" is the
name of ,i skil l be presented by
the Flagler Grai a Jewish Cen-
ter Sisterhood.
The skit, in honor of Chanuka.
will be si I hursday even-
ing, Now 16, at the Center.
Producer is Mrs Gerald Lerer.
[wife <>f the Center's spiritual lead-
er. Co-director is Mrs David Hertz,
ivho will serve as narrator.
Participants include Mesdames
Sylvia Gol berg, Mat Braverman,
Rimer !' \ irs, Hyman Coverman,
Daniel Lapen, Hyman Malakoff,
Robert Schwartz, Edward Peyser,
Leonard Goldman, and Robert
Whitman,
The evening will be climaxed by
a candleli^htip-^ ceremony in hon-
or of Chanuka.
Beth Tlilah Sisterhood
b
!l
on -1
Nov. 12, at 6 i i
mbers
Rai'.'
' '. I.
Dora
MRS. GERALD UK9
hnion, Israel Institute of Technology, is the subject under
ussicn among (left to right) M. A. Bcukin, chairmen of the
^^ater Miami chapter of the American Technion Society; Dr.
ng Lehrman, member of the national board; Mrs. Louis
sser, development chairman of the local group; and Julius
ak, o! New York, national board member. They're ar-
ing two Nov. 14 meetings here for Technion supporters.
Adult Program At Beth Sholom
i!
SO
mmittees Finish AJC Arrangement
For Annual Meeting Weekend
Plans l'cr the ninth annual meet-
ing ol (inater Miami chapter.
American Jewish Committee, have
bean comjileted, it was announced
this u,i'k l.'\ David R. Hochberg
and Mr- J;.mes R. Kutzman, co-
Chai:";n'n.
|h<' larye working committee
coordinated the seminars,
tings, workshops, social and
ts events which will make up
weekend session at the Diplo-
hotel on Nov. 13 and 19.
urn early Saturday morning
II dusk on Sunday, memoers and
ndfl ol the local AJC Chapter
devote themselves to the prob-
iBi of "Which Road for American
emmars and work ses-
lember- and vistors are wel-
le to attend the seminars and
Workshop committee includes Al-
Cassel and Mrs. Elinor Cats-
in. co-chairmen. Mrs. Ruth Berg-
and Allen Freehling.
^ommittee-at-large are Mrs. B.
Goldstein, coordinator, Mrs.
Carles Leeds, chairman of ar-
in^ement-. and Mesdames Leo
pkerman. William Brenner,
larles Finkclstein, William Fin-
en. David Fleeman, George
ham, Milton Margulis. Sidney
Jsenberg. David Saklad, and
jrold Spaet.
Assisting in public relations are
Earl Brown. Ed Cohen. Aaron
nosaner, Charles Fnedlander,
feck Green. David Hirsh, and Lee
luwitch.
In charge of youth activities is
Max Lorber, and the following are
arranging the weekend of sports
activities: Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
Lane, bridge; Dr. Harold Rand,
golf; and Dr. Morton Halpern, ten-
nis.
Hostess committee chairmen are
Mrs. Charles Goldstein. Mrs. Ar-
thur Horowitz, and Mrs. Kenneth
Treister. Committee members in-
clude Mesdames Alfred Boas, Earl
Brown, Alvin Cassel. Joseph Davis,
Edward Eisenberg, Jack Falk,
Martin Fine, William Finsten,
Aaron Foosaner, Melvyn
Frurrikes, William Gladstone, Sam
Goldstein, Albert Green.
Also Mesdames Morton Halpern,
Jerome Hofmayer, Alan Kahn.
Aaron Kanner, Gerald Katcher,
Jerome Kipnis, Jack Landsberg,
Nathan Lee, William Lehman, Wil-
liam Leone, Max Lorber, Eileen
Meyer, Sidney Meyer. Richard Pal-
Temple Beth Sholom's adult
studies program will begin Mon-
day at 8 p.m.. in the new Beth
Sholom religious school bldg.
Mrs. David Muskat is chairman
of the adult education committee,
and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, chair-
man of the Temple's board of ed-
ucation.
Courses are offered in Hebrew.
Jewish history, and Liberal Juda-
ism. Staff members Herbert C.
Bloom, education director. Miss
Nettie Goldstein. Avi Kay. Abra-
ham Rosenfeld. and Rabbi Leon
Pioneer Women Study Group
The study group of Coral Gables
chapter of Pioneer Women will
discuss the life of Theodor Herzl
at its first meeting Wednesday,
10:30 a.m., at the home of Mrs.
Leo Plotkin, 11 Malaga ave.. Coral
Gables. Regular monthly meeting
of the chapter will be on Thursday
evening, Nov. 16, at Cookies res-
taurant on Miracle Mile.
Kronish. spiritual leader of Beth
Sholom. will conduct the courses,
which are open to members and
non-members.
Courses are arranged in two
series: from Nov. 6 to Dec. 18. and
from Jan. 8 to Feb. 26. on Monday-
nights.
All Temple affiliates. Sisterhood.
Brotherhood and PTA. are cooper-
ating in the program which is.of-
fered as a service to the adult
community. James M. Albert is
president of the congregation. Mrs.
Harvey E. Kramer is Sisterhood
president. David Drucker is Bro-
therhood president, and Mrs. Jos-
eph Pardo is president of I'TA.
THE NEW
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Formerly
the Preview
BUSINESSMEN S SPECIALS
From 11:30 3 im
COCKTAIL HOUR
Daily from 4-6 pm
King Six* Cocktails
Hor and COLD
ConWimpnf"-" *-' '....tf-t
NIGHTLY FEATURE *
RIBSCHICKEN
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prepared over an
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also
STEAKS, CHOPS, SEAFOOD
at Moderate Pr'-re*
DANCING
NIGHTLY EXCEPT TUES.
No CoverNo Min.
3622 Coral Way
Phone HI 3-2038
lot, Leo Robinson, Nathan Rood,
Lee Ruwitch. Milton Sadoff. Leo-
pold Schwartz, Sidney Smith, Ber-
nard Stevens, John Tabak, and
Richard Wolfson.
DIETARY LAWS
AND SABBATH
STRICTLY
OBSERVED
KOSHER ME/US
INCLUDED
$650
MORTON TOWERS
NEW ADDITION
FACING THE BAY.
UNFURNISHED APARTMENT.
Lease available from private individual;
allowances on security. DELUXE COR-
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the* Mtltaif Mr- Harold
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DatB Kiia- William Groncr. Henry Green ar,-i L/>u Wolfe all went
'id' Orange Bowl Junket weekend. What their errvBJ did while Ihey
- gone didn sound one uhit unu.sual Gert Wolfe she's the one
he lovely gray hair spent the time with her daughter. Bans
/ and her two little ones. Lil Groner went to stay with Ruth Rifa^.
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Adelmaa ea Sat^ria;- Oct 2:
Dr Irnag Lehrmae A:.-.=:.zz
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Fned -j&s NE 2ad a-.e (hi
attended Nc.ta Miami Senior
aad .- pre it Mli raiplnyad a:
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Matron of honor was .-er -;s:er
Mrs Eela Les.ae. aad Manoc
Adelmaa and Beverly Ler^er were
cmaid
The bridegroom 15 the son of Mr
a.-.: Mrs Isadore Adelmac. of
28oO BW 25h : A ^radua'e of
Eraakford H:gh School in Phila-
rtarphie, Pa., he ii now er-. ..-.-
hi (he U.S Air Force
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Rober- Addaiaa, Nanaaa St-
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Friday, November 3. 1961
+Jewisti noridian
Page 9-B
PEOPLE are still talking about
that fabulous State of Israel
Bond Eas Mitzvuli dinner at the
Font a in eb lea u hotel. Fashion
lighlights, in ad iitio.i to those
listed here last week, included:
Mrs. Max Weitz, who chose an
icy blue silk brocade featuring
delicate color hand painted on
every Hower woven into the fab-
ric. Her bodice was asymetncal-
ly draped, and Iil'; sheath fea-
tured a large draped pouf on one
side. A black chiffon sheath was
worn by Mrs. Murry Grossman.
A double row of ruffles empha-
sized the straight cut at the top
oi hei bodice, and her skirt had a
self-fabric liounca.
Mrs. Samuel Pollock designs
all htr gowns, and at the bond
dinnei she wore an antique white
hea*> French corded >ilk ensem-
ble. Her dress had a low scooped
neckline and a double banded
hemline. Tho matching theatre
Coat featured th dropped sleeve
and ; draped back At the seam,
back where :h;> fullness began,
she placed a flat Innged bow.
Mrs Orna Badan wore a Mas-
kil original from Israel, featur-
ing a champagne colored sheer
wool w:th hand-embroidered gold
and B iver in an Oriental motif.
Othei Ma skit originals were
-l i n ;n the fas'iion festival.
The collection of Italian-Israeli
(ashiocs was qui'e exciting. Swim
suits included jackets covering
and important silhouettes were
created with sleeves, waist-lines
and collars. One coat in particu-
lar was a full-length black Rus-
sian broadtail with black sable
cuffs
Lola Beer created a plaid suit
with hip-length fringed jacket
topped with a light blue coat and
lined in the piaid fabric and a
plaid ascot. Fringe was an im-
portant addition to a majority of
the collection. Some ensembles
were fitted in the classic lines of
elegant simplicity; others fol-
lowed the loose lines in the bodice
with controkd fullness in the
skirts.
In the audience. Mrs. J A. Can-
tor chose a black applique lace
sheath with three-quarter-length
sleeves. Mrs. Sheldon Kay's en-
semble was of turquoise and sil-
ver brocade. Her longer jacket
featured the tuxedo cutaway front
and a shawl collar of perlura
mink. Brocade was also selected
by Mrs. Harold Pomerantz. Silver
and black were combined in her
hip-length jacket ensemble. Her
sheath dress had the Empire
waistline and a silver llame bo-
dice.
Black peau de soie with a silk
surrah warped print bodice was
worn by Mrs. Albert Levine Her
waist-length jacket was lined in
the print fabric. Mrs. Samuel
Aronstein chose a royal blue silk
crepe sheath. Her modified
sweetheart neckline was embroi-
dered with matching colored se-
quins and bugle beads. Mrs. Louis
Bertman was in black crepe fea-
turing a sleeveless tunic sheath.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle chose a soft
shade of powder blue alencon lace I
for her waist-length jacket dress.!
The high rounded neckline had a
small flat bow in front. White
peau de soie was the choice of i
Mrs. George Goldberg. Her strap-,
less sheath featured hand-painted
flowers on the skirt.
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" combined into Mrs. David
Pullman's sheath. Her low neck-
line was draped into an almost
cowled effect. Mrs Edmond E.
Dorit wore black peau de soie
with the French alencon lace at
the neckline. Her dress featured
the longer torso line with fullness
over the hips. A black velvet
theatre coat completed her en-
semble.
Very striking in a red and black
ensemble was Mrs. Sidney Fox.
Made while she was in Hong Kong,
the jewel-toned red slipper satin
dress seemed to be molded to her
figure. Black cavier beads were
hand-embroidered in an Oriental
pattern over the dress. Her
matching full-length coat had a
deep, cape-like collar heavily en-
crusted with the beads. A deep
pleat in the back of the coat cre-
ated a double panel effect on
which the same patern as the
dress was repeated with 'he black
beading. Her matching handbag
looked like a sleeve, and her
shoes were also made to match
this ensemble.
Mrs. Richman To Speak Here
Mrs. Thelma Richman. national
president of the Women's Division
of American Jewish Congress, will
be in Miami starting this week to
address a number of organizations.
Mrs. Richman will start her
itinerary here at Friday evening
services of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion in nationwide observance of
American. Jewish Congress Month-
On Saturday evening, she will
address the Mr. and Mrs. Chapter
of American Jewish Congress at
Beth David Congregation. Her
subject will be "A Threat to
Democracy."
On Monday noon, at the Caril-
lon hotel, Mrs. Richman will ad-
dress the entire Women's Division
, of Congress. AIsj scheduled is a
i fashion show by Jordan Marsh.
On the national scene, as presi-
dent of the AJCongress Women's
l Division since 15>5o. Mrs. Richman
has played a key role in the plan-
i ning and development of AJCon-
; grcss programs aimed at protect-
. ing civil rights, defending civil
' liberties, upholding the separation
of church and state and fighting
: racial and religious bijotry.
She is the mother of three chil-
dren, one of whom recently made
her a grandmother. She makes
her home with her rusband. Jacob
| Richman, a noted attorney, in
Philadelphia.
Two Miamians Due at Confab
Two delegates will represent ditional Orthodox Jewish congre-
the Florida chapter of the Wom-
en's Branch of the Union of Ortho-
Ihem f-id making striking fashion
n. ws. Some of the "beach" Jack- dOX Jewish Congregations of Amer-
eta linked like theatre coats.! ica at the 38th annual national
Others were short and lined to convention of the Women's Branch
match the swim suit, and still at the Breakers hotel in Atlantic
Others could a!! but double *or trench coats Thev all showed
imagination and daring. Mrs. Harry Personik, president
* of the chapter, said that some 600
THIS same feeling carried over delegates from all parts of the
into the coal collection. No United States and Canada would
two were alike, and every one attend the three-day convention
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Friday. November 3, 1961
*"J Fage 11-fa
Noted Speakers at Fried/and Tribute
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland cut huce ceremonial cake at
:'.e in Mr. Friedland's honor Saturday evening at the Dip-
lomal hotel. The? tribute, by the congregation of Temple
Emanu-El, honored Friedland for his 14 years of dedicated
service to the Temple.
Clark Campaign
Bit High Gear
Steve Clark, chairman of the
Miami Planning and Zoning Board,
and candidate for the Miami City
Commission vacancy in Group 5,
got his campaign into high gear
last week with the appointment of
key campaign personnel, announce
rrunt of his platform and the open-
ing of his central headquarters.
Clark"s campaign, which stresses
"the candidate's experience and
knowledge of the Miami city gov-
ent. is headed by James S.
Dunn and Richard S. Hickcy a.-
co-chairmen.
Other appointments announced
by Clark include Charles A. Shaw
In charge of publicity and adver-
i Istelle Quisler as office
man:.
Clark Has been a member of
1V City of Miami Planning and
Zoning Board for more than
tttrM years. In 1959, he was
made vice chairman of the City
Ersrd. and then became chair-
man, in which post he has serv-
ed for more than a year.
Ke has been a businessman al!
his adult life, and pledges "to
bring to the city commission a
businesslike approach to city gov-
ernment." A Miamian since 1935.
lie attended local schools and the
University of Miami. He is a vet-
eran, having served in the Air
Force during World War II.
He is 38 years of age. and mar-
ried to the former Faye Knowles.
'Ihey live, with their six children,
at 3261 NW 9th st.
Clark's main headquarters are
located at 5870 W. Flaglcr st.
IT'S A NEW EDITION
AND IT'S FREE TO
READERS OF THIS
PUBLICATION
Open House at Nautilus
Nautilus Junior High School will
hold an "Open House" meeting on
Monday. 8 p.m. School club lead
ers will be introduced by Stuart
Wooley. principal. Parents will at-
tend grade level meetings and visit
teachers in the classrooms. Pro-
Igram chairmen are Mrs. Seymour
jSilvcrman, Mrs. Stanley Coltune,
and Mrs. J. Gordon.
Rabbi Waltach
To Attend Confab
Rabbi Bv.nnc 11. Wallach. spirit-
ual leader oi Temple Sinai. No.
Miami, has been named a partici-
pant in the 64tjl general assembly
of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregate tag held this year
\ v. 11 to 16 in Washington. D.C..
Sher; rk hotel.
The I AJ is Ibe central congre-
y of Reform Judaism
in lh< eslera .'. mi sphere with
630 -;: -enting a
com! i ship of more
than 1
Rabbi will deliver the
invocati for a seminar Monday.
Nov. 13 on th toy ic oi "How Does
Judaism the Role of the
State?"
in a statement more interesting
as a reflection of possible new
Kennedy Administration moods
than for its originality. I' S. Ambas-
sador Philip K'.utzniek told some
500 persons here Saturday night
thai "we mu.-t be wise enough to
learn that we won't solve all the
problems" confronting the world
today.
Klutznick, .. m< mber "r the V S
delegation to ttu United \.i'.
ai n ssed a group of Greater Mi-
ami communitj leaders who h
ered al the l>:pl<>:i:;t hoti
part in a tribute to Samuel Frii
land tor Friedland's 14 years oi
service to Temple Emanu-El.
Taking note of the increasing-
ly large r.owds that fill the visi-
tors' galleries at the UN, Klutz-
nick said: "Where there were
hundreds, there are now thous-
ands. People are obviously wor-
ried. But the problems dividing
the world into two armed camps
today are problems with which
we must learn to live. We simply
can't hope to solve them all."
Klntznuk pointed to the then-im-
pending explosion of the Soviets'
50-megation nuclear bomb and the
overwhelming IN resolution last
week urging the Russians to aban-
don their plans for firing it. "Obvi-
ously." the U.S. Ambassador de-
clared. "Mr. Khrushchev won't be
influenced by such resolutions."
This is a world, he said, in which
ever $150 billion annually is spen
for defense, "but we are $90 million
short of meeting a budget of $350
million at the United Nations in
working for peace.-'
In Klutznick's view, this is an
invitation to us "to be a little more
liberal and a lot more generous."
Neither must we. he argued, "be
critical of peace efforts if we fail
; to implement them."
Offering a general view of the
I nited Nations today. Klutznick
, said: "The great tragedy at the
place where I work is the appalling
amount of ignorance prevailing
'. there." The diplomat refused to
release the U.S. from a contribute
. role in tin- ignorance and wba
he called "parochialism that cre-
ates a distorted image of Ameri-
ca."
Pointing to the general preval-
ence of need throughout the world,
he said some 70 percent of the na-
tions fail to moo: the standards
\\ e consider to be minimum in our
own society. In an obvious plea
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"It is patent nonsense to feel
that we flre doing for o'hers
when we engage in Zedakah
(charity). The U.S. assistance
progra-n actual'-/ involves doing
for o'.irseives." In a terse obs?r-
vatic c-i human need, KIlrtinMf
said that 'the United States still
encompasses nearly 50 percent
of the gross national product of
Ihe other 101 member nations of
the UN. '
Offering a plowing tril iti lo
l"i.( honor ..; the
Th< re are many
rich i : in the ci j in
which
. rj to
is iii< mannei n which men put
t i human use l!
. Hi,
horn red
ccrti inly Mr. Fi
th<
In Or Louis
Finkel t< n, chancellor of the Jew-
ish Th< logical Seminary of Ameri-
ca, told th guests that "Friedland
i> being honored not only as a great
Air.i rican Jewish leadi r, hir
i | rood 'i raith m man-
kind."
: :._ Lehrman, spiritual
lea er ol T mple Emanu EI
i. ess< Ihe gathering, and pre-
d 1 ricdland with a comm
i ontaining more than
i i n oi [re iting. On be-
: Ti mple Emanu-El. he pre-
i I Friedland with an an
sil\ r goblet.
Preceding the speakers, a
we offered bj Col
oted Jewish communi-
ij lead) r frt m Chicago and M
an i .1 seph M Lip on,
i of the congregation Cir-
Cour! Judge Irving Cypei
ol monies.
Leo Mindlirt
Aduti Courses launched
A series of adult courses in
larj and advanced llrhiv. and
he contemporarj Jewish
started at Beth Emeth Congi
lion on Oct. 25 classes meet every
Wednesday from 8 to 10 P-m.. and
there is room for additional stu
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ELECT
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Mayor Robert King High, of Miami, gets ready
to cut the tibbca officially dedicating the new
S4,59J,000 Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in
csre.-ucnies at the new medical facility last
Sunday. Ho; ii-.g the ribbon in the dedication
1 : c-ie Dr. Morton Halpern, County Commis-
sioner Robert Haverfield, Cedars administrator
Sanford K. Bionstein, Mayor High, Stanley C.
Myers, Sidney Aronovitz, E. Albert Pallot, Dr.
Mx-ris B'nu. Mrs. Natu-"i-> T c -' ""
Sapiro, Mrs. Sapiro, Samuel J. Spector, and
Ljuis Hirs ...
ecfers of Lebanon Opened in Dedication
>av Ceremonies at Medscal Center Site
C lars of :. sbati in Hospital was
k all; prea hi sd > the Grcaler
Miami community Sunday i:i dedi-
i erem he hospital's
lite in *he Metropolitan Medical
enter.
The $-1,500,003 non-profit, non-sec-
larian Institution i- presented to
Miami Mayor Rnbert King High
ind County Commission Chairman
Robert M. Hi. ir i by Stanley
Myers, chairman of the Cedars
joard of trustee;
Now open to the public for in-
spection, edari will begin treating
the ill of Dads county in a matter
)i weeks;*
In hi r*rnar'*s of greeting,
Sarm-el T. Sap*'1*, Cedars presi-
dent, explained that the top three
floors of th institution have not
yet been eomp'ared but that plans
call for their onpletion as soon
as the need>i monies become
available.
Cedars will ultimately offer 282
beds and 30 Inby bassinets. The
1: ispital "is bj.it simply," ex-
plained Sapiro. "No heavy expen-
ditures were made for lavish del >r
At Cedars, the big nitlay went into
purchasing the finest and most
efficient equipment available to
save lives."
The Opening Day ceremom.s
were followed by a nbbon-cuttmg
ritual and then a selt-guided tour
through the hospital.
A 300-lb. Dedication Day cake,
baked by Jack Goldstein, of Town
restaurant, was served. The top
two layers were sent to patients at
Variety Children's Hospital.
Chairman of the ceremonies was
Sidney Aronovitz. Rabbi Norman
Shapiro, of Beth David Congrega-
tion, delivered the invocation, and
Dr. John H. Haldaman, pastor of
Allapattah Baptist Church, offered
the benediction.
United States Secretary of Health.
Education and Welfare Abraham
Ribicoff sent the following mes-
sage:
"Congratulations to all those
associated with the new Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital of Greater
Miami. In a concerted effort to
meet growing reeds in the field
cf med:cine, we depend upon the
gpr.erous enterpriu of ever/ pri-
vate citizen. And we are most
certainly encouraged by today's
e'edication in Greater Miami. The
opening cf this fine new institu-
ton contributes significantly to
"One Good Term Deserves Another"
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DADE COUNTY'S
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YOUR HIALEAH
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Resident of Hialeah-Dade
County Area 37 years.
Married, 2 children.
MemberNorth Hialeah
Baptist Church.
SchoolingMiami Edison
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Miami Springs Kiwanis Cub.
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the health service for yowr com-
munity and to the strength of
the nation. Best wishes tor a
most successful future."
Among the notable personalities
attending the ceremonies were
Florida Secretary of State Tom
Adams, State Auditor Bryan WilitS,
and Irving McN'ayr. Dade county
manager.
John Buckley, administrative as-
sistant to Rep Dante Faseell. Coun-
ty Commissioners Jack H. Beek-
with, Ben C. McGahey, Frank O.
l'ruilt. and Charles F. Hall were
ilso in attendance.
Representing some of Dade coun-
ty's municipalities were Coral
Gables Mayor Robert I. Searlc.
(ioklen Beach Mayor Nicholas Ber-
kos. West Miami Mayor Edmund
T. Cooper, and Bal Harbour Mayor
Herbert II. White.
Sunrise Chapter
| Fashion Show
Sunrise chapter, an auxiliary
group of t h e American Medical
Center, which helps raise funus tor
patient care and cancer research,
1 is holding a luncheon and fashion
show at the Seville hotel Friday.
Fall sweater fashions, coordinat-
ed by Mrs. Max Kern. Donnor Fash-
ions of Mialni, will be sHbwn! Mem-
bers of the group who will model
are Mesdam s Samuel Bernstein,
Harry Barson, Murray Geyer, Rich-
ard Helfman. Macey Keyes, and
Jack Goldswortb.
Chairmen for the day are Mrs.
Howard Katzen and Mrs. Matey
Keyes President of the organiza-
tion, which also serves at Jackson
Memorial Hospital., is Mrs. Rich-
ard Pallot.
**
Vote To Promote
STEVE
from
ChairmanCity of Miami Planning and Zoning Board
Miami City Commissioner
(In The Vacancy Group 5) -
HE HAS THE EXPERIENCE

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RE-ELECT
VERN0N J. ASHLEY
TO HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL
"Six Years Your Councilman"
Pull LEVER 1 A November 14th
-IM !! AdV.
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Too old to buy insurance?
Being over 65 is no barrier to the purchase of new
lite insurance. And for many people in their sixties
or seventies it can be a very wise "buy."
Here's an example. A man age 75, has a substantial
number of investments. At death, estate taxes will
have to be paid. To raise the cash,
income-producing assets have to be sold, often
with severe losses to the beneficiaries. Life
insurance can prevent this loss by providing
the necessary cash.
Manufacturers Life has a sound reputation for
its liberal approach to insuring older people for
the purpose of estate conservation or foi
guaranteeing the continuity of a business. Our
representatives are qualified to provide competent
counsel to help our senior citizens meet these
special needs.
E. Daniels
Representative
MIAMI
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riidov. November 3. 1961
vJenisfi Fkwdffatn
Fcce 15-B
Youth Conclave
Slated Nov. 5
Temp'.e Sinai, of Hollywood, will
i scene of the first all-day
( .. :!ie United Synagogue
i. youth arm of the Southeast
i,_ on of Uh United Synagogue 01
America, the organization of Con-
st rvative congregations in the Uni-
ted State, s and Canada, on Sunday.
Nov. 5.
Jerry Sussman, chairman of the
onal yc-uth commission, this
week announced that over 250
youngsters will participate in a
program beginning with morning
.services and including a brunch,
.study groups on "Jewish Tradi-
tions." Israeli folk dance instruc-
tion, program clinics and a con-
cluding friendship circle. Program
is under the chairmanship of Jaki
Stahl. of Beth David USY. Cindy
Fearl, of West Palm Beach, is
president of the South Florida re-
gion of USY.
All Conservative congregations
in the Greater Miami area may
< intact Rabbi Allen Rutchik, di-
xector of the Southeast region of
the United Synagogue. 1075 95th
si.. Bay Harbor Island, for infor-
mation and assistance with youth
programs.
Norman Seeks
Commission Post
Richard E. Norman i- a candi-
date for Miami City Commission,
LEGAL NOTICE
IN Tk-r c TCOIT COLR"r O"7 THE
1 TM JUD CIAL C'RCUIT IN AND
FOP. DACE COUNTY. FLCR.DA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 11390
I'M!-: SEA v \\ s HANK ]' :
LEGAL NOTICE
The 46-year-old candidate is mak- savin of new
ing his second try for the post. """
RICHARD NORMAN
Jack Brettholtz
Dead in N.Y.
Maccabiah Star
To be Speaker
Miami resident Richard Giller.
who attended the recent world
Maccabiah in Israel in September.
w.!l be puest speaker at a com-
Ity-widt meeting of the Miami-
si District, according
to Ephraim Collins, president.
The met'.ing. which is open to
' i i mire community, will take
I t on Thursday evening, Nov.
Zarr.i.ra Jewish Center. Gil-
ler. who was awarded the coveted
Maccabiah gc'.d medal for weight-
lifting, is a former national weight-
lifting champion.
Following the discussion, the
rtw Israeli color film. "The High-
esl Commandment," starring Mel-
vyn Douglas, and produced by the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, will be shown. Assist-
ing Collins with arrangements are
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon. Moses
Meyer, Meyer Fine, Louis B. Rud-
nick, Sam Levine, Pauline Levick,
Mrs. I. B. Sacks, Cynthia Collins.
J. David Liebman. and Al Quadow.
"legal notice
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54186 A
IN RE Batata of
MINNIE H. WCI.MAN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit ra and Al Pel Hav-
!..,ni.- ci Dtii.aids Agait.M Said
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to esenl any claim
.. ton may have i
estate i MINNIE H v:< >L>MAX
,i of Da li County, i I
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i. the same dui ti ind at
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within nth
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Jask Brettholtz, of 18725 NW 23rd
ave., died in a New York hospital
on Oct. 9.
Mr. Brettholtz was a member of export business,
the Disabled American Veterans
and American Veterans Committee.
He also belonged to Dade Heights
Jewish Congregation.
He is survived by his wife. Glo-
ria; son, Steven Mark; daughter.
Caron; and two brothers. Fred.
Bronx. N.Y and Charles. Miami.
Services arc! burial were in Beth
David Cemetry in Long Island,
N Y
Norman moved to Miami in 1921
from North Carolina. His father
was a practicing physician, who
had several business interests. He
has worked as a bell-boy. grocery-
clerk, and butcher. On Pearl Har-
bor day. he volunteered for Army
service, but was rejected because
he hari lost his trigger finger in
an accident.
He subsequently volunteered
for U.S. Maritime Service, and
was accepted. Norman saw duty
on munition ships and oil tank-
ers, and was decorated a number
of times.
Returning to Miami in 1946. he
invested his savings of $700 in a
parking lot. Today, his expanded
operation includes other parking
facilities, garages, filling stations,
bonded warehouses, and an import-
Norman is a ten-year member of
the Miami-Dade Chamber of Com-
merce.
Norman lives at 229 SW 23rd rd.,
Miami.
LEGAL NOTICE
Rabbi Podet Will
Review Novel
"Mila IP." by Leon Uris, wil
reviewed by Temple Judea's Ral
hi Mordecai Podet at the- honu oi
Mrs In rson. 8(-R Jeron-
imo dr., Cera' Gables, at 8:30 p.m .
Wi dnesday.
Funds ra.sed will be used for the
Temple's youth program.
Mrs. A. David Goldberg is Sis-
terhood president.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
-ii Ini i ngagi In
ii undi r thi f ctitli ut nan
.-TATi' LIQl'i >RS =7. imbei R31
fth Street I thi f North
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lay of Octobei
MOSAM
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Miami Bi ach, Ha.

r ii HALLER nd li IZEL
DEAN H LLER hia wlfi.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T< PHILIP i HALLER anil
HAZEL. DEAN HALLER his w f.
I; .-11: I'nknown
RK !. Bio. k i, nt LAKESIDE
M ANi ;:. ;. .. rding [hi r ni
thi r< I n. .Mil. .1 In Plat Book 53
al Pagi 90, .'l the Public Ri oi d*
ol l di 'ounty, I loi Ida
Yi .1' ARE HEREBY Ni ITIPIED thai
.. Complaint to foreclosi mortgagi on
the above-deacrlbed property hat
been filed against you and you are
required to aervi a copy ..f your an-
swer -.r pleading to the complaint on
Plaint Iff'a attorney, BERNARD ll.
JAFKE, 1427 South West First Wtreet,
Miami, Florida, and file the original
anawer or pleading in the office of
the Clark of the Circuit Conn, in and
f..r Dade County, Florida, on or be-
fore thi- :.'?th day of November, 1961,
if you fall to do so, 1'iir.i Pro Con-
i. -ii win be taken against you for
the relief dtmandtd in the complaint
in tor. close
Dated at .Miami, Dade County. Flor-
ida, this 84th day of October, 19(1,
K B. L-BATHERMAN,
Cli rk of the Circuit Court
(teal) Bj HELEN KE88LER
Di puty Cli rk
10/27, n 3-10-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undersigned desiring to engage In
busini >? unii. r thi fictitious names of
Club Plan Bal< i 'o Miami Beach
Conti act Carpel .. Flooi oil Co., at
i .......untj. Florida Intends to ri g-
i ..mes with tii. i":. rk of
the i : nil Court < I >ade i 'ounty
Florida
IT. 8 CARrET O IRP
Sole < iwnw
SIDNEY EJFRi >NF IN
Mti ,nt
2418i
20-21 ".
NOTICE UNDER
F C"ITIOUS NAME LAW
NCi ID HEREBY GIVEN
d i i | r i i i i j. i i i
I -- .... t he flctli lou* na i b ol
KEL Ml SI SALES al 493 B.E. Ith
'; Hlali !;. I la Intend to r< glster
n --li th.. '!. rk ..f the 'i'-
..in I o| 1 lade i "..unt v. Ho:
HENRY KTl >NE 7.".'.
MILTON OHHINS 2S
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 6IC 10822
K< IKK NKI.S'iN.
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\n IRRIH NELSON,
I :i ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l- Ml 1RRI8 NKl.si IN
518 Northshore Road
Noi folk, Virginia
You are hereby notified that mil
oi Complaint for Divorce has been
filed agalnsl you, and you ar re-
quired to serve a copy of your An-
swer "i Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney,
Manuel /.alar. 1401 Congress Building,
Miami. Florida and file the original
Anawer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk Of the Circuit Court on OT
before the :'"th day of November,
1961. if you fail to do so, Judgment by
default will be taken against you lor
the relief demanded In the HIM "f
Complaint.
This notice shall be published .nee
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KI.OKIIHAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this li'.th day of October,
AH 1961
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
is. ,.li B> : C 1.. ALEXANDER,
1 leput) 'I. i k
MANUEL ZAI \'"
Attornej foi Plaintiff
in 20-27, li :;-!<>
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 11666
ANDREW RAFANELLO,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANNA RAFANELLO.,
1 fendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You Anna Rafant'.lo, add
residence <*6 K dire St ret t. Newark.
New Jersey, rt required to file youi
answer to the complaint with '.he
clerk of '.he al ovi Court and sei vi
a copy thereol to Herman Cohen. At-
torney, I30S Congress Building, Ml
J2, Florida, on oi befon Deeembei 4,
1911] oi suit w i:i be take n as
Dated Octi bar 31st, 1SC1.
E I' L.EATHERMAN
the Circuit i
! K M l.YMAN.
it> Clerk
r.
IN THE C RCL T COL*FIT OF THE
ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL C RCl T Cr
FLCRlTA 'N AND FOR "OE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
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\: .': TTLER AULD,
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
10. WILLIAM TYI.KU AULD
b Street
Houatoi
ARE HEREBY required to
serve i ol your Al sw< r to ii"..
lain! for Dlvorci m >i
i lifl Rttomev
I..:. In Read, Miami Beach,
.:. I I lie '.in IS..... ..|-
( of the Clerk ..f t"
for Dade County. Flcr-
the i'utn u..
:, 1901, in default of whl< h,
Confesao may be an-
i. t you
I... letll day < f October,
1 '.'61.
E. I Ll i .'HERMAN. Cierk
Cir ut C*urt. Dade County, Florida
By: L s*Nct:den
:!y Clei k
KWITNF.Y, Atly.
4Z0 Lincoln Rd., Miami B. ach
10/20-27, ll/J-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF ThE
ELEVENTH JUDX'AL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR C- ". AND FOR t C z.
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
N< 81 C "'684
dERESZCHAK and
;, his wil
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Iff a
SM Blscayne Euilding
Miami, Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICT!T;OUS ^AlVE LAW
NI iTICE IS HER! BY EN that
the undersigned, desiring li engagi In
-s under tin f ti:i i* nan i
BAM RON AMUSEMENT CO al 245."
N.W TTth Terrace, Miami 4" Intend
reglstei said name with th. Cli rk
it the Circuit Court of Dai I ounty,
da
Kl.l ROSS DISTRIBUTORS
INC. .
VIRGINIA PETROGINE .
i BIGEL, TEITELMAN A.- ALBERT
Attorneys for Applicants
1462 W. Flagler St.
11/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
I ,-s und. r FILTER KING at P.O Box 6463,
North Miami Beach, Florida intendi
to register said name with thi Clerk
: thi circuit Court if Dad County.
Florida.
N ^THANIEL POLIN
I .KKF A- ANKU8
Attorn, ys f' i Nat!,.:.. I
. -1 1-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE wAW
Ni >T1 v. is HEREBY GIV] v tl at
.. DOROTH1
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
F. e 52228
No1 !.. .:-.), i rial Na -
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dati thi >t day oi
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; and has madi a] -
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.n ai wit a i.w. s^.hi Ci
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ed property, sli i D.......nt}
Floi Ida wil
Lot 45, Bli i h 1
I the Dale Millei Tract
Addition Numbei One, Plai Book 2
Pagi "; ii thi Cltj ..f Miami. Coun-
ty ol Ua.ie. State ni Floi Ida
Thi asset mem ol laid property un-
der thi Certlfl ..:. Issued was in tin
nami ol Unknown. Unless said Cer-
. shall i -.< deemi .i a. i oi dins
to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
on tin. i'Sth day of Novembtr, A.D,
1961.
Dated this 25th da) of October, A.D.
1961.
r B LEATHERMAN,
k f Circuit Court,
I adi < !i jnt). Florida
(seal) i j i. M LEEPER
1 i i i.ty Clerk
10/27, 11/3-10-17-V4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 10861
I'M!. .: SAVINGS TANK IN THE
city OF NEW YORK, a New York
banking coi
Plalntlfl
NATHAN s. iW, et al,
Defcm
NOTICE CF S^ T
11/3-10-17-24
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CCcRT
IN AND FOR DADE COw'NTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROEATE
No. M016-B
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!IY DIAMONI WEIN1 I
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NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit.' Persi Hav-
llalms or I'tmands Aga
i an here! nottfli
I to present i
Is which you may have an
BUti of M A I. V I'l A SION D
WE1NBEB late "f I
Count) la, to thi C unty .'
i ....I. County, and file thi
.n thi : i fficei In hi
. r, i >ade i Jounty, F orida
nonths from thi u f
flrsl 'ui II atii hi r< f, c-: the
ed
THELM
utrix
SAMUEL STEEN, Atti rnej
Itmore Way
Coial Gables, Florida
10/7, 11/3-10-1"
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a suit has heei phi .. st i
SAVINGS 1 NK IN
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HERMAN Cl r
Cir nil '
YMAN,
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DAVID P TSMAN
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Miami 2 Rlorlda
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 11143
NEW v. iRK SAVINGS BANK,
i atloi listing under th.-
aws ol l i State "f New Y. ik,
i uintifl
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El I N CHARLES ALEXANDE !
I H
ants
NOTICE OF SU'T
; i LAI > S ALEXANI >ER
.. n; M Ha
>:. D :;" N Plank Rd.
Newhurghi New York
YOU VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
. brought against ynu
b> NEW YORK SAVINGS HANK, in
:., above-i i.titled Court, to fori
., mortgagi encumbering the foUowtng
in pi rty, ti.-w it
Lot S8, Block 8, CAROL city GAR-
rding to the plat there-
ecorded In Plat Book at
121, ..f the public records of
i ... County, Florida i
Ti el her w Ith.
Wi stlnghouse Refrigerator
I No. DM-11;
and you are required to file your
answer with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dado County. Florida, at th.-
Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or
befon November 21,1961, and to serve
a copy of such answer upon DAVID
P. CATSMAN, Plaintiff's attorney.
Ah..-, address is 14th Floor at 101
Bai Flagler Stnit, Miami 32, Flor-
ida, on or before said date, as re-
quired by the Laws of Florida, if
you fail to do so, the complaint will
i,i taki n at confessed by you and a
i..... Pro Confesso will be entered
aga ii.-l you for the relief demanded
in th. complaint,
DATED this 10th day of October,
1961.
B B LEATHERMAN
Cit rk of the circuit Court
I de County. Florida
c. I, ALEXANDER
I.. puty Clerk
1 i.w::' i C 'TSMAN
14th Fk or ..t 101 K. Flagler St.
2. I .orida
10 20-27, ll 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICI Y GIVEN I
the undi ngag< In
flctli '
DAD!. C< 'I'V: 1 I 'El Ei 'TIVE A IEN-
n at P.i I Mian

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10/20-27, 11/3-10
IN ThE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 11150
SERVICES LIFE
iNsi'R company, a company
lo busines
D.C.,
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NOTICE OF SU T
N .' "SEN ..... Rl iSLYN
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. ence I 'nknow n.
: BY Si ITIFIED that
.....i ....i: you
SERVII s LIFE IN -
. ci iMPANY, in the ab t\
ti. foreclose a mort-
. mbei Ing the following
. erty, to-wit:
Ut 11 ; I 7, of Fi il'R ill
TO PALM b PR I NO B
\. SECTII >N "I ", u
tin plat thereof, re-
al Book 8g, at pagi
. .i -. .. .is of l lade Coun-

. ..:. required to file your
. i .. rk oi the Circuit
D ei 'ountar, Floi Ida, at the
Miami, Florida, on or
ber 21, 1961, and t.> ser\
. ;,m-ivi r Upon 1 'AV1I
.': .-..' \. Plaintiff's attorm s.
is nth Floor at lot
. i. Miami :;.'. Flor-
befori said ii..t. as re-
thi La a of i- lorlda. If
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Pcge 6-B f-Jfnist FfrrSdiair) Fri d 7. November 3 Home Residents To Toke Cruise Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home (or the Aged, is ayain sponsoring an annual outIng for the residents of Don-las Gardens, MrLouis Makovsky, program coordinator, is in charm' of an nts. \m prei. g yi ars, residents will %  ( it • %  the Gray Line sightsee n ats on an island cruise, followed by a luncheon i i j [hi Governor i•; feteria. Mrs Larry n. president. and meml • I th Auxiliary v ill serve lighl nts on the boat, Kosher Recipe Wins S25 Prize By Special Report Accent is on food and figure at Beth David Sisterhood's "Slim cna Trim" luncheon Wednesday at Spector Hall. Here, cochairmen Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz and Mrs. Benn Bloom go through their paces to focus attention on the event. Ckonuka Party Plans Mrs. Henry Gilbert, interim i irman of Popiel religious school ITA at Congregation Yehudah Moshe, announces plans for a thanuka party. The second coffeeDfi will be held Monday. 9:30 £„"• am, at the nome of Mrs. Helen 12530 NE Miami ct. JFCS Women Plan Thrift Shop is th daj W ( ttee of J visa Family ( Service has 1 collection 1 • for th %  Children's v. ft Sho] rties will b< 1 10 a.m. and noon in the to i wing hi: Stevens. 6190 Mr.-. Charles i in 640 NE 98th st.; Mrs. Jerome Kipnis. 120 Palm ave.. Palm Island: Mrs. Lawrence Kline. 350C Fiamingo dr.. Miami Beach: Mrs. Kenneth Treister. 3660 Battersea, Coconut Grove: and Mrs. Martin Fine. 58 Samona. Bav H< jl Mrs. Albert Goodstein is chairmi of the event. .IFCS is a member of CreateMiami Jewish Federation and the l ted Fund. You, $'. a by submitting your i Wolffs Kasha A stai award for this, amount is offered by Phyllis Wolff.' home economist of the Birkcit Mills, for each recipe she -elects and uses in t h e advertising of Wolffs Kasha. The most recent winner is Mrs, Joseph Silberstein, Beacon st.. Brookline. Mass. Mrs. Silberstein was paid S25 for her recipe lor Kasha Potato Kugel, Welcomed are your own recipes using Wolff's Kasha—for stuffing chicken or turkey, derma, helzel. breast of veal or lamb shoulder, for example, or for making varnishkas, or any seasoning tricks for serving Kasha mixed with onions, green peppers, and mushrooms. A prize of $25 will be paid for each recipe published. Every entrant recieves a free Kasha Cookbook, and in return all recipes become Wolff's property. Send recipes to Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yan. The invitation is for a -Slim N Y ar-.d Trim" luncheon at Spector Hail n Wednesday. Dude Ranch Party Set .. i exercises will open the r, „ at 11:30 a.m.. followed A Dud u e £ a ch par, v ,s 1,,Mn for strict dieters, medium '''''""'I y B ?s,sterhood lor Saturday evening. Nov. 18. An old I fashioned haynde. horseback riding, square dancing and a midnight 'Slim and Trim' Luncheon Slated Beth David Sisterhood members have received invitations to their next social event reading. 'Wear pants, bring blanket, mat or small ALICIA CLARKE Puppets to Play In Shakespeare Shakespeare will be presented to a children',audience in an offeril g by Alicia Clarke and her puppets on Sunday afternoon at the .Miami YMHA. 450 SW 16th ave. This marks the start in a series of five cultural events for children and their parents under the sponsorship of the "Y." Using combined techniques of puppetry, narration, and dialogue, Miss Clarke will present "The Tempest," by Shakespeare. The program starts at 2:30 p.m., and is open to the public. good eaters. A yogi demonstration Eva Diskin and instruction in mod%  .' ill also be presented. risen arc Mrs. Benn Bloom and Mrs. Morris Rah no%  buffet supper will highlight the affair. Mesdames Henry Cain. Dcn' Gitlin and Norman Kout are co-chairmen, and in charge of reservations. NOVA/I for magic-eosq meals..: ^mimo H KOSHER i SLICED BOLOGNA I AMERICA'S Mo, 1 IOO% PURE BEEF PRODUCTS Nassau Tour Off Nov. 16 Bi B'nth Women of Miami 1. • organized a tour to Nassau thai will leave Nov. 16. and culmini U with a return voyage on the BE Jerusalem. The group will be aboard the Isi liner when it enters the Miami I < r: amid festivities and a gala rec<: tion, Mrs Betty Birchansky is in charge of reservations for the B'nai B'rith group. Both members and ncn-members are invited to attend. 2 • • • only the finest in testa • and quality from Kosher • Zion made fresh daily • in our new, modern, clean, J stainless steel kitchens, un• der strict U. 5. Government J inspection. K OSHER | ZION • SAUSAGE COMPANY OF CHICAGO CHICAGO 8, HI. 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Friday, November 3, 1961 *Jm isti r/rrjaftor) Page 7-A Gen. Yadin Arrives Here to Speak Continued from Page 1-A at the Beacb High Auditor!r%  : % %  .' %  %  ">;: %  "' %  torn I l'n. Amon? the organizations active ll\ supporting the lecture are thi I local units of the American Jew lish Physicians Committee and Al i Omega dental fraternity, spun respectively of ihc Hebrew I University's medical and dental 1 schools. Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. GorI don will honor Gen. Yadin al a ,i i al their Miami Beach home. Cordon is a member Ol I |l.. Dade county school board :imi den! of the Washington Fed era I Savings and Loan Assn.. am a member of the national board oi I directors of the American Friends ol the Hebrew University. Gen. Yadin's lecture will utilize color slides, and will cover aspects (.1 his participation in the return to Israel of the famed Dead Sea Scrolls and the recent expeditions which discovered the equally important letters from Bar Kochba. Reservations for the lecture JACK COHDON may be made by telephoning JE 2-1/07, and tickets may be secured at the offices o. Zim Israel Lines, 407 Lincoln Road El Al Director Here Can Swap Wartime Reminisenc.es With Noted Archaeologist When Gen. Yigael Yadin visits here this weekend, one of the men who will greet him will have warlime experiences to recall with the now professor of archaeology at i he Hebrew University in Jcrusali m. (apt Leo Gardner. Southeastern director of El Al Israel Airlines, served a logistics consultant lor Israel's Army of the Negev during the 1948~9 War of Liberation. The commander of that front: Gen. Yigael Yadin. Capt. Gardner personally flew Gen. Yadin on one key inspection flight from the northern Negev to the southern part of the desert during the first armistice of the war. It was during this armistice that a roup of American flyers volunteered to organize a make-shift airlift which enabled Gen. Yadin to build up an army able to shatter the cream of the Egyptian forces when the armistice was broken. It was also during this time, with war an on-again. olf-again proposi tion. that Capt. Gardner helped found El Al. Flight began in 1948. and in 1950 Gardner moved to Israel to become a pilot lor Israel's first airline. He later became El AI'S first Operations Officer. Since then. he's been all over the world, setting up El Al offices But now. Capt. Gardner has put down roots in Greater Miami, and is permanent director of the Miami Beach branch. Many of the wartime experiences which Gen. Yadin and Capt. Gardner will talk about are still off the record, but those which are public knowledge read as if they were drawn straight from the pages of Exodus. Actually, it's the other way around, for Leon Uris' best-selling novel is based on the experience of Capt. Gardner and his companions w h o helped carry thousands of Jewish displaced persons out of Europe and North Africa alter World War 11. bid*).; El Al Israel Airlines, 1602 Washington ave.; Hebrew University, 940 Lincoln Rosd bld.-j.; Getaway Tours, 1638 Collins ave.; and at r-'-fices of International Towrs in Burdine's Miami store, and 1679 Collins ave. Michad M. Nisselson, executive vice*" Jlri BBl hi of ""the American Friends and one of American Jewry's most outstanding spokesmen and leaders, will accompany Gen. Yadin here. The professor was seen on NBC's nationwide "Tolas show Tuesday morning, out-, lining Ihc Bar Kochba discoveries. ] Gordon stressed thai there will be absolute!) r.o tunc'-raising at Monday's lecture. Gen. Ycdin has achieved world renown both as an archaeologist and as a military leader who help ed Israel to attain and preserve its independence. The 44y< ar-old former Chief of Staff of the Israel defi nse forces is the son if the late I'rof. Kleazar Sukenik, the eminent Hebrew University archaeologist who discovered the Dead Sea Scrolls and brought them to the attention of the world ol scholarship. Prof. Yadin, who was born in Jerusalem in 1917. inherited lroin his father a profound and abiding passion for archaeology This was Ihe field of study in which he received hi> Master's degree in 1945 and hi?. Doctorate in 1955 at the Hebrew I'nivi rsi • Later appointed to the university's Archaeology Department, he joined the distinguished company of scholars whose discoveries have greatly augmented our knowledge of ancient Israel, from the stone age to the Christian era. Akivu Golfer (riqht 1 Southeastern director for Zim Israel Lines, points out scale model of SS Jerusalem to Jack S. Popick. South Florida vice president of the American Friends cl the Hebrew University ol Jerusalem. The model is now on display fa the lobby of the Miami Beach Federal bldg., 407 Linociri Road Mall. Hebrew U. Group To Tcke Tour A surprise sampling of Israel is in sir: i for leaders ol the Aim ri tan Friends of the Hebrew University .'I Jerusalem. They will participate in a threeday lour to Nassau in the Bahamas. which will include the maiden VOy: ihe ss Jerusalem from Miami to the British colony. The Zim Israel Lines steamship will he boarded al noon. Dec 5, -us! two hours alter its scheduled return from the Pan American Friends of Israel Goodwill tour. according to Jacob itiikin and Jack Popick, vice presidents Of the South Florida Division of the American Friends. aj n ej. M i i II IIII — l Arrangements are being made for both Jack S. Gordon, president ef the local unit of the Hebrew University, and Akiva Goffer, Southeastern director of Zim Lines, to be commissioned as admirals in the Great Navy of Nebraska prior to the lour. The junket will arrive in Nassau al midnight, and after two daj/a of shopping and dining in the Bubamas, the American Friends crew will return via a chartered airplane to Miami on Dee 7. Arrangements for the tour may ho made at the Hebrew University office, 940 Lincoln rd. I.IIV. Frank Morrison, of Nebraska, who will issue the commissions, also has been invited to join the tour and to be honorary fleet admiral lor Ihe voyage. -f* One-Year Study Program for College Students Resumes for Eighth Year American college student* at inc institutions." Hebrew University of Jerusalem | consecutive year, it was announced j Count IIJMJ Vmversl{y exa mines Wednesday by Jacob RUkin, South ^ qua iifj ca tjons of applicants, deFlonda vice president of the Amen-, termirics scholarship grants, secut Friends of the Hebrew L'mverlects the annual contingent for sti,w. ..rt.u-aiio-1 dy in Jerusalem and maintains consity. which sponsors this eduntio WJ -j£ ^ Muden(s and their nal undertaking. I parents Mem bers of the Acadom The American student program j ir council in various American and committee of the organization statCanadian colleges and universied that applications must be reties assist in personal interviewing celved before January 15, 1962 ol applicants. 1 rof. Oscar I. J n sk yJ £' students are selected for the proCity College ol New York, aon ho basls o| MB0 lrship, man ol the BtttM. %  "*• haracU ,and health. During their l,on may be secured a th. oft.es m ^.^ ^ ol ihc American Friends ol the Hebrew University. 90 Lincoln rd. WASHINGTON ($) FEDERAL The program encompasses unCer graduates who have completed at least two years of college, as well as graduate students. Although prior knowledge of Hebrew is not absolutely required, some familiarity with the language is regarded as highly desirable, and candidates are expected to begin to study Hebrew while still in America as preparation for the year in Israel. arc taught Hebrew at a special Ian guage training center! I'lpani on the Hebrew University campus. They then pursue their studiofi r the remaining eigh! months to gether with the Hebrew University's student body, consisting ol approximately 7,800 young men and women of many national oi from every part of Israel and from many foreign lands. During their stay In Israel, Ihe American students share dormitory rooms with Israeli students on the Rifkin described the program as University campus at Clival Ram. cr.abling American students "to Jerusalem. 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Friday. November 3. 1961 *Jelsti ncridttbun Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVF.X Hi.it n„ undersigned, desiring to engage in t.'-in.-s ind.-r the fictitious name ol L'isHION PAIR DRESS BHJOP at Bird Road, Miami, Florida Intend it, register Mid name with the u .,f the Circuit Court %  •! Dade (..ii'ilv, Florida. \l vrlLDA PELDSTEIN SHIRLEY WHITCVP Sole < ners 10 8-13-10-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai th, undersigned, desiring to engage in ..... under the fictitious name i vn: LIQUORS #6, INC., at N \V. 7th At >n •• Miami in, ,. io ce*ltr -i I niuiii' v\;iii the • h, i !lri ult i 'ourl %  >( Dade %  v. Florida MOSAM iRP i.,. M i. i lop in, ['resident i. \KI;\ ZUKERNI IK, Attorney 4_ Lincoln Road Hi-. % %  h, i" la 10 20-87, 11/5-10 DMHU BY HENRY LEONARD %  i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW KOTK'E IS HKREBY GIVEN that MI. :-lun. ii. desiring to engage In i -in..-.under th" fictitious name of I VKB OF MIAMI il :;":i N.W. 2nd \. ,.-, Miami, Fla., Intend to reg-mil name with the Clerk oi the iurl of I ni" County, Florida. IRA S1IA KR KVKl.N \ SILVER Solo i Iw ners 87, 11/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S'OTIC IS HEREBY (1IVKN that | igned cl %  ring to engage in nder the fictitious name STATE LIQUORS =' %  INC., at i al Way, M %  i ml Intends to th the Clerk of C Dade County, %  la. MOKAM >RP VI. < lent :'KY Sl'KERNl K, Attorne) : II In Rl %  '. eh % %  la I I 0-27, n 8-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ned, de tl "Ing to engage i'i i i.-under the fictitious names of :i \XDRE CANDIES, LORDS. i.-.;:H> CANDIES, TROPIC OEM al %  \ W T'.uii Street, Miami, Florida reglstei Said names with th.. i i the I Hrcult Court of I < %  < le Florida. I.AFRA LEE MMKS. INC, ItVNER .v MANNHEIMER ii. \for l-i'J r i Lee Candies, Inc. 10 IS20-27, 11/3 LEGAL NOTICE IN IN TEMPLE CRISES: The day the Rabbi's sermon got caught in the wind ... opr V*l, 0tl *•*!•* THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54133 8 RE; Eatat CHAUNCEY STONE I >eceaeed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To .Ml Creditors and All Persons Having C.aims or Demands Against Said Estate 1 You are hereby notified and rebqulred to present an) citfiins end de'mandx which you may have agalnsl the estate of CHAUNCEY STONE • deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dadi County, and ri t•the same In duplicate anil as provided In Section 73,1 16, Florida Statutes* In {heir offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from tintime of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, thl18th dai of October, A.D. 1M1. LOIS MICHAELS As Executrix First publication of this notice on the 27th day of October, 1961 NELSON & SPIELVOfJEL Attorneys for Executrix t"7 Lincoln Road 10 27. II'3-10.17 LEGAL NOTICE that NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the underslgi I '•• drlna to engasi In business under th< fictitious name of i\l GHT-IN -THE ACT COMPANY (not Incorporated) al Suite number 270, XL" LitlC • • Rd.. 'n the Cltl %  •< Miami Be ich, I' u Id i Intend to register the said uue with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida TALIANOFF, WALLER A I. IT MAN Attorneys for Applicants i_' I Line tin Ko M'. '• M VRSHAK ERNIE HELD ll S-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE IX T,. i %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 5*121-8 RE Estate of A \l!i IN FADEM [i, .,i NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ml Creditors and Ml Persons Hnvor Demand? AEJUI.-I Said F.M iti You ar< hereb) notified and required 1 ireseni an> claims and demands which you ma) hisagainst the esol KARON FADEM deceased late • le County, Florida, to the Count Judges of Dade County, and file inin their offices In the Counts Courthouse in Dade County, Floe. within eight calendar months the date of the first publication i • % % %  .. the same will be haired. HARRY FADEM Ail Inistrator i >\V VRD il. LEV IN • for Administrator i i ess Buildla ; 12, Fla, FR i l i )• 27, li S-tO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH J'JDIC I AL Ci RCU IT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No 61C 10663 VR h WIN > \K OF THE V oiXKW YORK, .• New York %  roi por .. I'lul \ •• W.TEH R PY LE an 1 IN EH riNE U I'YLE, his wife, I lefendants NOTICE OF SUIT WALTER H Pi i.E and ERNESTINE (1 I'YI.l-:, Ins wife *( th SI reel l.uhhock, Texa YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that • -ut has been brought against you b i" l.l.Alt SAVINGS BANK OF CITY OF NEW YORK, In the %  %  %  • ntltled C urt, to foreclo te i 1 rtgagi encumbering the following %  ii"-ii propert). to-wlti l.-i 7. Block >fi SECOND ADDITION To SIERRA UIRADA, gi cording to the plat thereof, re%  i Nil in Plat Cook 81. at page SI, of toe public records of Dade Counts. Florida; ther with: 2 Oas Wall Heaters; Range Suburban oven 934 A, Surface I'nit 7:!4; Food Center Nutune; Hood and Fan Niitnn. •; Venetian Blinds: and you are required to file your an•wer with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, at the Courthouse In Miami, Florida, on or before November 14, 1961, and to serve a copy of such answer upon P.W'I'o P. CAT8MAN, Pialntiff'v attorn-., wins.address is 14th Hloor at 101 Easl Flagler Street, Miami 32. FlorIda, on or before said date, as rei by the Laws of Florida. If you fan to do o, tncomplaint vrill be tak--n as Oonfeeeed by vou and a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered l8l you for th c relief demanded i the ,-oiiipluint. DATED this llth day of October, I Ml. % %  I: Id-:A I'HKRMAM, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (eD B) K M 1. Y.MAX. Deputy Clerk DAVID P. I'ATSMAN 1'th Hoor at 101 10 Magler St. -Miami 32, Florida 10/13-20-27, 11/ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME I AW NOTICE is HEREBY oiVKx that the undersigned, desiring to engage Ini; business under the fictitious name of I VIC'S BAR B C1RILL at 148 N.E Rth street. Miami, Florida, intends t.. retflster said i u %  with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of liade County, Florida. vii"roit K KO 'ii. s..ie Owner STERN .< Hi INI-.-R Attorne) > f.owner 701 Ainsley Building Miami i'Z, Florida ll/:l-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICT TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OlVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WHITE SHARK 1X.X ut 5240 West Flagler Street intends to register said name with the Clerk of tinCircuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DOREEN MARIE TAYLOR KESSLER & GARS Attorneys for Applicant 1999 S W :-' 31 10 8-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t i engai business under the fictitioua "a ol Beach Hearing Aid Center; Miami Beach H irlng Aid Center. WashingHear. i | \ii Center; A Hearing Aid Co a: '%  WashsnKton Aw.. Miami Beach, Fla,, intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit i" Of Dade County. Florida. WASHINGTON OPTICIANS; INC ... Fla. Corp.) Sole Owner 10/1:1-20-27. 11/8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious n une of PURL'S SANDWICH SHOP al 137 North Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said naane with the Clerk of the ire Ut Court of Dade County, Florida AAROX Al, PERUMCTTER, Sole (> tier Goldman. Goldstein i< Paciler Attorneys for Registrant ::: 03 West Flagler SI Miami, Fla. XE I-OGIS 11/.1-I0-17-24 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54187-B IN RE! Estate of NA< 'Ml LESOWODBR Deceased NOTiCE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person.Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present an) claims and demands whi.-h you may hive against the estate "f NAOMI LESOWODER d ceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Count) .indues ..f Dtide County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided in Section 7:'.:',.lii. Florida Statutes, In their offices In the Count) Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within sis calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred l>:ite,| at Miami, Florida, this 19th da) oi i. r. All I •-,: EH1EL LESOWOD1 t DR. i.i HIS s i.ics, HIT/. HENRY l.U'.-Vlll'TZ A Executors First publication ol this notice on the .'7tii da) ol kuober, WELL1SCH >vDOUGHERTY Attorne) for Estate of NAOMI LESi IWODER, 1 >< i HIS Congress Building 10 -T. 11 3-10-17 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jeist ncrk/ian solicits your legal noticM. We appreciate yoXir patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-4605 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY Ql\ 3N 'i the undersigned, -iIng to engage In business under the fictitious name of PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY SE ICI: at 3425 Southwest 79th C Miami. Florida intendto said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LESLIE ROHENTHAL LBWISON AND FREED Attorn--* IO'13-20-2", U/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, des ring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BOULEVARD HEALTH SALON ll ZO80 Blsca) ne Blvd Miami in I I ( ., registi ild i. in e a Ith the Clerk ol th.Clrc ill >url >l Dade i !ounty ( Florid RITA MARY l'':.\> io r, ti" NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOLS NAME LAW \. ITICE 'H EREBY RIVEN that the undersigm I lestrlng to engage Hi business in-. %  ••! %  the I til ius name of DOWNTOWN TEXAC SERA il llvd Intel d to aid name with I cult Couri 11.1 I. Cout irida. .li iSEPH A \ VLBNTI ANDREW U. SHIELDS IRWIX •; CHRISTIE Al toi ne) fo Vpp •--27. 11/3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 1C 10836 LOUISE M< CLURB, PI lint Iff, JESSE RAY McCLURB, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You. Jesse Riy McClure. addrei and residence 1974 5th Avenue,! Cnamblee, Georgia, > % %  • required to file .-• .r to tiie complaint with the • %  !. rk of the atx)ve Court iin.i serve i cop) thereof to Herman Cohen, \' %  • !ongi ess ituildtn.:. M im i' on or bef >re November i"th. 1961, <>~ else suit will be taken as confessed. Dated October loth, 19(1. H B LBA PHERMAN, clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) B) HELEN KESSLBR, l>e|iut> Clerk 10/13-30-87, n 'J NOTICE UNDEH FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RUE 79, at 1801-79th Street Causeway, North May Village, Dade County! Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHALET. IXC. By: Theodore M. Trushin. President BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Chalet, inc. 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 11/3-10-17-2 4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business tinder the fictitious names of THE GASLIGHT INN at number 9*4 S.W. 57th Avenue In the City of Mianil. Flor'da, and STATE I.ILM'ORS at 8S8 S. W "7'h Avenue In the City of Miami, Florida Intends to register the saiil names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida Dated it Miami Beach, Florida, this iith day of October, cue Mi % SA'M CORP By: M i/. Copperman, President HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney fur \p|)lloant IC'i Lincoln Rd, Miami Reach. FWJ 10/27. Lt/S-10-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 11153 THE GREENWICH 8AVINOS RAXK. corporation existing under the laws of the State of New Y'ork, Plaintiff, Vs. HAROLD B PASTOR, et al. Defendant NOTICE OF SUIT TO: HAROLD B. PASTOR and ANN P. PASTOR, his wife SOlfl Pembrldge Avenue Baltimore 1">. Maryland YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been brought agam.-t you by THE GREENWICH SAVINGS BANK, in the a love-entitled Court, to foreclose a mortgage encumbering the following described property, to-wtt: Lot 5, In Block 84, SECOND AUDITION' TO SIERRA, according to the plat thereof, recorded In Plal Book '•7. at page 7. of the public records i,i l lade County, Florida. Together th: General Electric Refrigerator, Model LB-10; Serial YM-626718: Venetian Blind* and you ore required to file your answer with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, at the Courthouse In Miami. Florida, on or before November 21, 1ML and to serve a cop) of such answer upon DAVID P, CATSMAN. Plaintiff's attorney, hose ad I • I ll h i loor al 101 East nag Miami 32, Floi ida. on or before said date, irequired by the i-i.of Florida If you fail t • do so, the complaint w .1 intaken as ci nfessed b> you and a Decree Pro Confesso "ill be entered agalnsl you for the relief demandi I in the complaint DATED this 18th day of October, 19(1. E B. LBATHERMAN Clerk of the ClrcultvCouct Lade County. Florida (seal) C, 1. ALEXANDER; Deputy < 'lerk DAVID P. CATSMAN I '!, Floor at 101 E. Flagler St. Miami ;i^. Florida 10/20-27, 11 1-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. SIC 10937 JAMES ANl>ERSON, Plaintiff, vs. AMANDA ANDERSON. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU. AMANDA ANDERSON. 1720 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami, Florida, are notified to serve a copy of your answer to Divorce Complaint filed against vou on Plaintiff's attorney, GBOROB NICHOLAS. 1218 N.W. 7th St., Miami. Fla.. and file original with Clerk of this Court on or before list day of November. 1961. otherwise complaint will be confessed by you. DATED. Oc!ot>-r lth, 1961, E. B LBATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida [seal) iic p. COPELAND Deputy Clerk 10/20-27, 11/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 6IC 11370 JEAN ROG< >W, Plaintiff. v .-. GEORGE ROGOW, Defend int. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti •; GEORGE ROGOW 1333 Rlttenhouse Street, N W. Washington, D.C. TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Invoice has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a cop) of your answer on Plaintiffs attorney, CALX & ISIS, 1830 W Flagler Street, Miami. Florida, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21th da) "f November. IM1, otherwise said Complaint for Divorce win be taken as confessed by you. HATED ar Miami, Florida, this 84th da\ of i ictoler. 1961. E B LBATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal B) C. L. ALEXANDER, Deput) Cl.-rk 10 27. II 1-10-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 54107-C IX RE Estate of .li ISEPHINE PEARSON, Dec 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credl ors and All Persons Having Claims 't" Demands Agalnsl Said Estati You are hereb) notil I I required to preset in) aims and demands which you ma) have against the estate IOS PHINK PEARSON, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the I'm:; t) I ldg< Of I '.i'i' 'OUnt) and file I In tl In t he Count) Courthi -us,In i • i le County, norida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred HORMIDAS GLADU l :\. cutor MYERS, HBIMAN ,v. KAPLAN B) i.eon Kaplan Attorney B il'.O S.W 1st Street Miami. Florida 10/20-27, 11/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 6tC 3323 CARTERET SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSl iCIATloX. Plaintiff, CHARLES FOI SOM, JR. and I'AT.-Y FOLSOM, hiwife, nut s A. GR1MALDI, Defendants '• NOT.CE OF SUIT T'C CHARLES FOLSOM, JR., and I PATSY I-' 1 'I.si M Ms wife RESIDENCE UNKNl IWN Y • %  ii ire hereb) n.'.ified that the above captloned action has been instituted against you m the Circuit Curt .,f the Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for D ide 'ounty to foreclose i mortgage upon the following described real pi Lol 16. Block 21 First Addition to MYRTLE GROVE, according to th pi.u thereof re irded In Plat Book 57 at Page -' ol tl • Pu illc Records of I 'ad.Count) Florida, You are required to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint wc.h the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a cop) thereof upon plaintiff's attorney, MARTIN FINB, l-Rh Floor Dade Federal Building. Miami ^2, Florida, ii"t laU r thai Nove nb 1961, nr a Dec;..I'r Confesso will be entered against you I iated 11> tober I, 1961. E B LEATHERM VN %  lerk Circuit Courl Dade < '..:•• s. Fi la (seal) By HELEN -R, I le lUt) "le;-k M VRTIN FINK \ %  ti irne) fi it i %  i nl I I Ith Fin >r I >ade Fe Miami %  %  -. FI iri I i 10/20-27,1 > IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C 11026 FRANCES LOAH ALLD, Plaihtilf, vs. WILLIAM TYLER Al'LD, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: WILLIAM TYLER Al'LD 83fi W*si 18th Street Houston. Texas YOU ARK HEREBY required to serve a copy of your Answer to the BUI of Complaint for Divorce upon the Plaintiff's attorn.-v. PAIL KWITX BY, 480 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Dade County, Florida, on or before the 80th da) ol November. 11H1. In default of which, a Decree Pro Confesso may be .-utered against vou DATED this 16th dav of October, 1861. F. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) B) L SNEBDBN Deputy Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the in-.!-.' *lgn il, desli i ge In buslm -in •.• i the OL'SS LANDSCAPING 8ERVIC 'I number 1926 s u 3ti In the i 'it-. ..I Miami i' %  la nt< Is to register the sa Id na 'lerk ut the Circuit Court of Dade County, Ida Date i il Ml imi, r i da, this I'Hti da) of 11. t.-iir, ors zi ns tl FORGE, AMES .v Rl I I'ER lir.O S.W i-t St.. Mian FI •. Attorn.: u Applicant 80-87, 11/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUM-IT FOOD STORES at *7S(> S.W. 62nd Avenue intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BERNARD c.EISKRMAN THEODORE IVKS SIDNEY EFRONBON Attorney for Applicants 241 Security Trust Bldg. 10/20-87. 11/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MANNEQUIN8 BY ROBBIB LYNN at 1086 E. nil Street, Hialeeh, Florida intends t.. register said name with the Clerk of the Citcuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Rl >BBIE LYNN, INC. a Floi i Deration I E loth St HlaleAh, Fla. ALBERT I. ROSEX ne) ( ir Robbie I.. nn, Inc. 940 Line dn Rd Miami Beach, Fla, 10/27, 11/3-10-lT



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Friday. November 3, 1961 *"J: pl< >:i: ;t hoti part in a tribute to Samuel Frii land tor Friedland's 14 years oi service to Temple Emanu-El. Taking note of the increasingly large r.owds that fill the visitors' galleries at the UN, Klutznick said: "Where there were hundreds, there are now thousands. People are obviously worried. But the problems dividing the world into two armed camps today are problems with which we must learn to live. We simply can't hope to solve them all." Klntznuk pointed to the then-impending explosion of the Soviets' 50-megation nuclear bomb and the overwhelming IN resolution last week urging the Russians to abandon their plans for firing it. "Obviously." the U.S. Ambassador declared. "Mr. Khrushchev won't be influenced by such resolutions." This is a world, he said, in which ever $150 billion annually is spen for defense, "but we are $90 million short of meeting a budget of $350 million at the United Nations in working for peace. In Klutznick's view, this is an invitation to us "to be a little more liberal and a lot more generous." Neither must we. he argued, "be critical of peace efforts if we fail ; to implement them." Offering a general view of the I nited Nations today. Klutznick said: "The great tragedy at the place where I work is the appalling amount of ignorance prevailing '. there." The diplomat refused to release the U.S. from a contribute %  role in tinignorance and wba he called "parochialism that creates a distorted image of America." Pointing to the general prevalence of need throughout the world, he said some 70 percent of the nations fail to moo: the standards \\ e consider to be minimum in our own society. In an obvious plea DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST 6IFT FRUIT Doittheeasyway-bymail. Mail your orders to Rich Dale Grovet tor prompt handling. This Is the 24-Year HebrewEnglish Calendar, latest refised edition. 30 pages. Every jlebrew date, day of the week, equivalent date in the general icalendar, every Jewish holiday, October 1940 to SeptejuUr 1964. For a free copy, write to H. J. HEINZ CO. ^ept. J2, Pittsbu rgh 30,. P& INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT and RIDGE COUNTIES ORANGES (F tcit irr< yeuwanl Oronoel only or G'opt'rvi! on!,) In 'fruit protector' gift cartons 90 1b. box $11.95 Full bushel 8.50 1/2 bushel 5.50 12 lb. sampler.... 3.75 CrTipim quality and price*. You cent bti\ Rich Ode for tuperb value. Prices include del.verv except: Add 10% West ol Mississippi. J2.CC to Ceneda.Satis'ection guaranteed or truit it replaced or monc> ratunoed. RICH DALE GROVES Weirsdale, Florida Write for free /elder cf many gift n/tiUoiW* mLZir for COnl ettl red tor "It is patent nonsense to feel that we flre doing for o'hers when we engage in Zedakah (charity). The U.S. assistance progra-n actual'-/ involves doing for o'.irseives." In a terse obs?rvatic c-i human need, KIlrtinMf said that 'the United States still encompasses nearly 50 percent of the gross national product of Ihe other 101 member nations of the UN. Offering a plowing tril iti lo l"i ( • honor ..; the Th< re are many rich i : in the ci j in which %  %  • rj to is iii< mannei n which men put t i human use l! Hi, horn red ccrti inly Mr. Fi th< • In Or Louis Finkel t< n, chancellor of the Jewish Th< logical Seminary of America, told th guests that "Friedland i> being honored not only as a great Air.i rican Jewish leadi r, hir i | rood 'i raith m mankind." : :._ Lehrman, spiritual lea er ol T mple Emanu EI i. ess< Ihe gathering, and pre• d 1 ricdland with a comm i ontaining more than i i n oi [re iting. On be: Ti mple Emanu-El. he prei I Friedland with an an sil\ r goblet. Preceding the speakers, a we offered bj Col oted Jewish communiij lead) r frt m Chicago and M an i .1 seph M Lip on, i %  • of the congregation CirCour! 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Joy. November 3. 1961 fJmisi) ffcridFtatr) Page 9 A Humphrey Offers Refugee Solution *+ ? HARRY SUICUfft IB Council Will lear Clergyman FT. Harry J. Sutcliffe will be est speaker at a membership ral[ of the South Florida Council of bai B'nth on Sunday evening at Di Lido hotel. blind Episcopalian clergyman. Sutcliffe is noted for his activiin behalf of teaching Hebrew Hebrew braille to blind Jewish lidents. Frank R. KershiMr is Council president, and Max Kriloff is nembership campaign chairman the hotel's Cotillion room boor the event which will be held pinning at 8 p.m. espite total blindness since rth, Fr, Sutcliffe holds the de-• fees of Bachelor qf Arts, magna pm laude, and Bachelor of Diviniwith honors. During his semiBry career, he specialized in exgctical theology, with emphasis Hebrew and Arabic. Fr. Sutcliffe is director of the piscopal Guild for the Blind, a ; abdivision of the American Church Union. JERUSALEM — (JTA) After visiting the capitals (it Egypt, Lobanon. Syria and Jordan — all of which are the "host" countries where the Arab refugees live — United States Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey told a press conference here that he has "some new ideas" that may help contribute toward a solution of the Arab refugee problem. One ol the principal leaders of \ the Democratic majority in the American Senate, Sen. Humphrey, now on a visit here, has conferred with the topmost leaders of the I>iael Government, including Prime Minister David Ben Gurion, Foreign Minister Goltla Meir, and others. Prior to coming here, he conferred in the capitals of the neighboring Arab states with the leaders of the four refugee "host" countries. Sen. Humphrey did not divulge GETAWAY TOURS YOUR ISRAEL HEADQUAR|TEr>ma | *r> 1 AR NASSAU I V % % %  W 1^1 f\ a# %  % #% %0'' ••)(^...Bi !" -


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Friday. November 3, 1961 vJenist FhridHnn Page 5-A Bonn Pays off for Heirless Property Continued from Page 1-A in.the American zone, the Jewish Restitution Successor Organization, received somewhat more. He said a similar group in ,rh French zone, -received a>out $4,500,000 for an overall total of more than $75,000,000 received to date, with more funds still coming. He reported that more than twothirds of the total funds received hud bt.cn distributed to the Joint Distribution Committee, the Jewish Agency, the Central British Fund and the Council of Jews of Germany to be used exclusively fur the oenefit oi Jewish survivors ot the Hjtler holocaust. Another feature of the final session was the first public meeting of the rewly created International Council of Jewish Social and Welfare Services. The Council is made vp of six agencies working internationally over a span oi 80 years — the Central British Fund. the United Hias Service, the Standing Conference on European Jewish Community Services, the JDC, the World DRY Union and the Jewish Colonization Assn. Oscar Joseph, of London, chairman emigrate from lands which ttey want to "Wave were stressed here by Edward M. M. Warburg, Committee. In a message sent from New York to the more than ?')0 Jew;ish leaders from 26 countries assembled at the overseas conference, Warburg emphasized t ii a t world events are now presenting the Jewish communit'es In free countries with "flora oulems with which ail of Us must deal todav." III:SS:ISYI: m:r OISSKII £...: TO CELEBRATE THE 15th 3IRTHDAY of Or JEWISH NATIONAL FUND In Greater Miami at the FONTAINE3LEAU HOTEL (Kosher Banquet) for Reservations Call il 8-6464, 11 8-7564 USY Active At Dade Heights Dade Heights Jewish Congregation Jun;or USY. composed of boys and girl12 to 14. meets every Tuesday a: 7:30 p.m. The Svnior USY meets Wednesdays at 7:45 p.m. This group is tor teen-agers 14 years of age and older. Recent activities of these organisations include a post-Yom Kippur dance, installation dinner dance. Skatinj : arty and paper drive. Set 1' I future dates are an intercongregational brunch and conclave l<; be held at Beth Torah. a r< gulai semi-monthly study period conducted by Rabbi Harold Kichter, and once-a month services with Senior USY officiating. Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Paiu Mew York, N.Y.( Special) For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop rectal itch and to relieve pain-without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all results Were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healingsub•tance :'&:'::. THE PLACE FOR YOUR SAVINGS... the reasons? Sound, Conservative Management Resources Exceeding 170 Million Dollars Reserves Over 12 Million Dollars One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest Serving Dade County • Over a Quarter of a Century Current Dividend Rate on Savings Open or odd to your Dade Federal Savings Account by Friday, Nov. Savings Accounts Insured to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, an Agency of the Federal Government "One o' (he NaUon's Oidesl and largest" 0ade Federal RAVINGS od LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI MAIN OFFICf FLAGLER at FIRST 5 CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY • Allopattah Branch I North Miami Branch Tomiami Branch I Edison Center Branch 5T • 1400 N.W. 36th St. I 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. I 1901 S.W. 8th St. I 5800 N.W. 7th Ave. 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. 1901 S.W. 8th St 5800 N.W. 7th Ave.



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L.-v %  ::^r Ear the eddkag aad 1 ii.-;i.ra Pnachasa aad M Ad elm aa ea Sat^ria;Oct 2: Dr Irnag Lehrmae A:.-.=:.zz Ziiiih-.^r ;:' kfa aid Mrs. NB Fned -j&s NE 2ad a-.e (hi a tten d ed Nc.ta Miami Senior aad .pre it Mli raiplnyad a: Men Ycrk La'e laaaraace Co Matron of honor was .-er -;s:er Mrs Eel—a Les.ae. aad Manoc Adelmaa and Beverly Ler^er were c maid The bridegroom 15 the son of Mr a.-.: Mrs Isadore Adelmac. of 28oO BW 25h : A ^radua'e of Eraakford H:gh School in Philartarphie, Pa., he ii now er-. ..-.hi (he U.S Air Force Servukjj abe--, saao aas Berr.jzi '.v.er.er sod Mathaa Addaiafl RoberAddaiaa, Nanaaa Stand sforrb C >ostantiae • %  en he:Aftei BOB u Sasss oewlyweds srill reaade ai 2191 NE So Miami Bea : BJ3THDAZE : kfieha) Par---1 -y.-nr: Lan—caugbter :: Mrs sow a 1 r for Pateraa Mrs Adeline PeO : --: Bernard :keadar Tesae ki Saraaata. arrived 11 1 erf her pare.-.: Mr 1 \3DBBfl Kcaacft i010 S* -. :*:':r%  -. BBS •:.%  • %  : %  r.ooethele^s. wei: Rasb. 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Page 12-A m Jen /$#• fhrrjhyr Friday, November 1361 Miami Beach city officials are honored at Melvin Richard. Louis Merwtzer. campaign bricklaying ceremonies last v.ee> a4 the new chairman of the new Academy, Beach City Hebrew Academy going up at 2400 P:netree Manager Morris Lipp. Vice Mayor Mc.vin dl Left to right are Miami Beach Councilman Englander, end Wolfie Conen. councilman Marcie Liberman and Bernard Frank. Mayor and vice president of the Hebrew Acacemy. Kenneth Oka. Councilmen D. Lee Powell an Jewish Book Month to be Celebrated With Special Review Functions Slated Vational Je b eli :.."•-: • •" the ii IEducation from Nov 3 Ut A ipecial booli revli to thi Jew %  Booh include Mr Peki • %  • E % %  i Up %  DaI enfold Melvyn f run Albert Stone, Abraham Gil Dr. Donald Ifiche /. Honor Rabhi Solomon Schiff. ,; Samuel April, Bernard Wind, Herbert Berger Al Sherman. Heien rl and Louis Scbwartiman. tooki to be reviewed include la 18 •• Leon Uri 1 • Bitter Spring," b> Cnarlei Angofi; • Dawn, bj Elie Wietel. "Envj I Mened by Yael Day an; i HJtUU bj Noel B Gerson; Life." by Bernard MaiuCal] it Sleep," by Henry Rotl Nacbam Syrkin by Marie I in Look Back Mrs Lot," by Ephi %  V 1 an I The V %  stat S. \ rter Ff• %  Jewish Book Month will be celebrated by displa/s of recent Jewish books in libraries and bock stores of the community, programs on raiio and television, and by two public meetings. The two meeting* will feature an a'id." si b: Zee Dover Consul of I-raei. on the writings of David Ben-Gurion on Monday. Nov. 2". 8 p.m athe Oceanfront Auditorium, m cooperation with the Rec%  n Department of Miami Beach Also scheduled ia par'-; dis%  bi fore tl • Sisterhood of D a \ i '1 Congregati in on Wednesday No'. 15, l p.m.. with a So. 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"•Jewish: Floridlian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WUKLY ie 34 — Number 44 Miami, Florida, Friday, November 3, 1961 Two Sections — Price 20* ICommittee les Report Boycott !W YORK (JTA) — The ica.n Jewish Committee made! thhj week a report estab-j tbat more than 75 American-' ships have been blacklisted | Arab League boycott. The emphasized that the Arab Mt v.as placing "extensive rekts" on American foreign [describing the impact of the which affects American is of all faiths, the Committrejsed that it "has interfered the commercial pursuits of| icar,s and American compa-j fin many foreign countries. It subjected American foreign to arbitrary restraint. It hasl jcted American shipping and j i<\ abuse upon American sea-j in defiance of international lie U.S. firms hit by the Arab fcoti — the majority of them licly owned and ranging in from medium to largo-scale trpiises—are engaged in the Auction of rubber, chemicals, ro!eum products, radio and fisicn equipment, cosmetics, is, plastics, business machinwatches. nstruction engineering firms also been affected by the boythe Committee stressed. The report on the Arab League ott was made public in conwith the opening session ? American Jewish Commitcational executive board ing. Committee stated that many mies have refused to yield e boycott. "Some feel that Coalition Cabinet Formed With Ben-Gurion at Helm GEN. YICAiL YADIN ,. scholar soldier JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire TEL AVIV — Israel's Knesset was summoned Wednesday for a meeting Thursday morning to consider Prime Minister David BenGurion's call for a vote of confidence in a new coalition government. Finance Minister Levi Eshkol. who has been negotiating with Israel's leading political parties in the formation of the new government, announced triumphantly that the task j has been completed. Mr. Ben-Gurion will present a list of 16 ministers who will form BEACH HIGH AUDITORIUM MONDAY Gen. Yadin to Lecture Here On Bar Kochba Discoveries Gen. Yigael Yadin, world-renowned archaeologist of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, will arrive in Miami Beach on Sunday for a busv two-day schedule of activity in behalf of Israel's first and largest institution of higher education. the new cabinet. In order to end the prolonged and complicated negotiations. Mr. Eshkol spoke on behalf of the Mapai's new partners in the forthcoming cabinet — the National Religious Party. Achdut Avodah. and the Agudah Laborite Party. Leaders of the parties to be included in the new coalition met Wednesday for formal ratification of the new list of ministers. Mapai will have 11 of the port SHUKAIREY EXPLODES Arab Delegate Is Called Liar In UN Debate UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — An Israeli delegate publicly called Saudi Arabia's Ahamd Shukairy a liar in a hot exchange this week at the United Nations. Shukairy, the Arab League's specialist in abuse of Israel at the UN, brought into the debate on stepa folios in the will include as Highlight of his only visit to the Southeastern United States during a three-week stay in the United States and Canada will be a public lecture Monday night. 8:30 p.m.. at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium. The lecture is co-sponsored by The Jewish Floridian and by the South Florida Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Jewish Floridian publisher Fred K. Shochet and Jack D. Cordon, president of the South Florida Friends, will serve as co-chairmen for the evening. San Francisco Groups Alert On Anti-Semitic Incidents SAN FRANCISCO—(JTA)—Jewish community relations organizations were on the alert this week over a campaign of anti-Jewish terrorism against a Jewish couple which spurred police to provide a 24hour guard at the residence of the couple. Police ordered the around-the-' new cabinet. These to halt nuclear testing, a chargethat France was helping Israel to develop an atomic bomb Exercising the right of reply, Gideon Rafael. Israel's representative to the Assembly's political and security committee, declared: Mr. Ben-Gurion Continued on Page 8 A "Mr. Shukairy exploded again, as he did last year, his megatonsize falsehood with its usual fallout of venomous verbosity that Israel is engaged in the produc tion of atom bombs. My delega tion refuted this allegation whei the delegate of Saudi Arabia brought it up during the fifteenth Continued on Page 3-A Gen. Yadin will meet morning at Beth David Congregarab market, despite its ver-j t ion witn mem bers of the Greater ing strength, would not comMiami R a bbinical Assn. te for loss of Israel business. \ have discovered that certain The area's outstanding governal Arab countries are not'mem", business, civic and religious dealing with recalcitrant leaders have been invited to a preanies whose products are in lecture reception Monday. Continued on Psgo 11-A Continued on Page 7-A clock watch after a renewal of I anti-Semitic telephone calls and ati tacks on the automobile and home Monday ; o f Mr and Mrs W illiam Bowman. 7:45 ienn Pays $75 Million or Zone Heirless Property [GENEVA—(JTA)—A total of $75,000,000 has been received up to b for heirless Jewish property in the British. American and French ss of Germany for the benefit of Jewish victims of the Hitler holoBt, it was disclosed this week at a dinner marking the closing of the annual Joint Distribution Committee overseas conference. who previously had been the victims of a similar campaign over a 15-month period. The Jewish Community Relations Council and the local office of the Anti-Defamation League issued a joint statement assuring San Francisco Jewry that they and other Jewish agencies were active in the case. In the statement, the two organizations rejected demands from outraged Jewish individuals for "vague, undefined and ill-tempered 'action' motivated by resentment." They warned that such demands "can only confuse the issues and impair the functioning of public and private agencies working on these problems." Kennedy Approves Pardon For Jewish Editor in Nevada LAS VEGAS — (JTA) — President John F. Kennedy has granted a full pardon to Herman M. Greenspun, editor and publisher of the Las Vegas Sun. who was convicted in 1950 of violating the neutrality ment of machine guns and other arms and ammunition aboard the yacht Icalia. from Mexico to Israel. Announcement of the pardon, which ended a long fight by friends act in shipping arms to Israel durof Greenspun t0 rL st0 re his rights. •The Jewish Community Continued on Page 8-A Relaing the Israeli war of independence. He had been fined $10,000 and was deprived of his civil rights, including the right to vote. Greenspun. who was an active adversary of the late Sen. Joseph McCarthy, was first charged in 1950 with violating the neutrality act by his involvement in the transfer of an aircraft to Israel and he was exonerated. He was later convicted, however, of having taken part in the shipcame in a letter to the Nevada publisher signed by Heed Cozard, pardon attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice, he figures were reported by Henry Davigdor Goldsmid, lirman of the Jewish Trust Corration, at the dinner at which tenth anniversary of the Corration was celebrated. The JewTrust Corporation was set up Britain in 1950 to claim heirjs and unclaimed property and foperty of former Jewish communities and organizations in the Htish zone of Germany and in British sector of Berlin. Sir Henry said the Jewish Trust :orporation received 140,000,000 larks ($35,000,000) for such property in th British sector ind that a similar organization Continuad on Page 5-A So. Africans Rap Israel's UN Policy JOHANNESBURG — (JTA) —, The South African Jewish com-, i munity. the most Zionist minded : Jewish community outside of Israel and one with the highest per capita contributions to Israel, and j a distinguished record in Aliyah, indicated this week that it w a s ; deeply disturbed by Israel-South African developments in the United Nations. One source of the concern was reports that Israel was being lobi bied to vote for Afro-Asian moves to impose sanctions against South Africa or to expel it from the United Nations. It was pointed out in Jewish circles here that South African Jewry, while recognizing that Israel, as an independent state, must be the sole arbiter of its foreign policies, nevertheless feels that Itis wrong in principle for Israel to align itself with anyextreme action against a country in which the Jewish community : enjoys every freedom and respect. I Such action on Israel's part maycreate a strain between Jews and non-Jews which previously did not exist, it was stressed. South African Jews previously had criticized Israel's support of the Afro Asian censure motion against South Africa's delegate in the United attions. This criticism appeared in the Zionist Record, the organ of the South African Zionist Federation, and Continued on Page 12-A Israel Ambassador Mordekhal Shneerson believes Jews will never submit to cultural harakiri. See "During the Week ... As I See It," Page 4-A.



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• • %  Friday. November 3. 1961 *k-isincii<1kin Page 5-3 I Garden Club Meets Monday "The Green World" will be the subject of Mrs. ELsic Picot's lecture for the Mt. Sinai Garden Club on Monday at 12:15 p.m. Meeiinp Jonas, 6400 Pinetrce dr., Miami Beach. Mrs. Ben Lond, program chairman, will introduce Mrs. Picot. %  \-bn 't pnxgprvafJox chairman for the 12th District of Garden Ch and a past president of the N< Miami Garden Club. Mrs. Picot will discuss he: a plants and display the art <>l i ranging planters. Mrs. H. Lester Stepner. pr dent, will conduct the meeting The first four bricks are placed in the colonnade of the new Hebrew Academy building by the "Big Four" of the Hebrew Academy's Women's group at ceremonies at 2400 Pinetree dr. Left to right are Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president of Hebrew Academy Women's group at ceremonies at 2400 Pinetree dr. Mrs. Leonard Rosen, chairman of brick campaign; and Mrs. ]ack Buchsbaum, co-chairman of brick campaign. 'Masonettes' Lay Bricks at Academy Seme 400 members and friends df the Hebrew Academy Women withered last week to participate in special ceremonies at the new Hebrew Academy now going up at 14W Pinetree dr. An impressive march of 18 "mascnettes," all Hebrew Academy mothers, formed the nucleus for a Incklaying session during which I ricks purchased at $18 each were cemented into the columns of the unpaved colonnade at the Academy's new facilities. Marching with trowels and brick in hand, members of the procession were led by Mrs. Leonard Rosen, hrick campaign chairman, and escorted by Mrs. Jack Buchsbaum, ((-chairman; Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. president of Hebrew Academy Women; and Mrs. Sheldon Dearr, president of the PTA. Also honored were Mayor Kenneth Oka. of Miami Beach, members of the I %  acb City Council, and City Manin r Morris Lipp. Mayor Irving Shiilman extended greetings for ihe City of Surfside. Mayor Shepard Broad, of Bay Harbor, announced his pledge of $5,000 in memory of his father, the late Daniel Broad, a founder and officer of the Academy. B. I. Binder, president of the Academy lor the past seven years, headed past presidents of the Hebrew Academy Women and PTA as they were honored with setting the first row of bricks into place. Kindergarten students, T o bi e Englander and Howard Rosncr, and one ninth grade student. Miriam Weiss, climaxed the ceremony by placing and cementing a brick symbolizing the growth and future of the new school. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin cipal of the Academy, concluded tlie ceremonies. Proceeds from the ; more lhan 300 bricks sold will go toward the Ida Appel Auditorium, a project of the Hebrew Academy Women. Goal of the Hebrew Academy Women is S100.000. If you like Membership Party Tuesday Chai chapter. B'nai B'rith Worn en. will hold a member -bnng-a%  member party Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Dorothy RosenMum, 6050 La Gorce dr., Miami Beach. Mrs. Jack Zebitz is membership chairman. Chapter president is Mrs Oscar Rosenthal. TETLEY KREPLACH TEA I A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 jYea, there's Yom Tor spirit ia this fine tea..."flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleas* are with your Heishigs and milchigs and between meal refreshment... m CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy Ar-Dee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too—costs only •bout 15c per servingl •' A" for almost 40 years on Holidays and every day MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE has brought cheer into far more Jewish homes than any other brand because that Good-to-the-last-drop flavor means... it's a Mechayeh! all the way down! INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE •S rt m •&o 'M & 9>2 00* o J& ,?* OF* / xw %  • ^ %  -w frglftf THE "SABBA TH COFFEE" for instant enjoyment every day! In 2 Oz.,6 0z.,and 10 Oz. jars. Get today's Instant Maxwell Houseflavor sealed in this distinctive new jar! i %  %  t CERTIFIED KOSHER-PARVE FINE PRODUCTS OF GENERAL FOODS CORP For Brewed Coffee enjoyment the greatest Jewish favorite of them all! In 1 lb. and 2 1b. cans.



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Page 14-A vJewisti FkridHain Friday, November 3, \%\ Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Jews Seem Oriented to the Values of the Majority CHILDREN OF THE GILDED GHETTO. By Judith R. Kramer and Seymour Leverttman. 228 pp. New Haven and London: Yale University Press. $5.00. SOCIOLOGISTS JUDITH KRAMER and Seymour I.evcnt[• man have blocked out a graphic picture of Jews in a fypical "American city. "Sketching their collective profile With allowances for standard deviation and error. The Jews ol •North City." in the Midwest, were interviewed in a random sample of two hundred, one hundred from the second generation, those who emerged from orthodox immigrant status, and one hundred from the third generation. Ihe suburban sons of the gilded ghetto. The portidit is interesting, revealing and disturbing. Drs. Kramer and Leventman view the North City Jew irom a numbei ol directions — religious ties, perUnited Nations listening Post: By SAUL CARSON sonality. political affiliation, occupations, education, profession, status-seeking, club membership, contact with non-Jews, recreation, family life, attitudes toward Israel* philanthropy, and being Jewish. While the statistics are fascinating, the reasons expressed in support of the answers given are even, more so. Explaining his satisfaction in his preponderance of Jewish patients, for instance, one doctor said, "Jews will spend any amount of money to be cured, gentiles will not." As always in a sociological study, the focus is not on what is right, but on what is true, and on how people feel about what is true. The reader, of course, will make his own value judgments; in this case, perhaps a sad one. because the third generation Jews of North City seem to be a pretty sad lot. "No one seems to be pursuing scholarship at the cost of his social or athletic interests MemUnited Nations Throws the Book at the Arabs United Nations |N THE BATTLE raging here around the Arab refugee problem, Israel has won a very important skirmish. On the insistence of the Arab (relegations. i Palestine Conciliation Commission I. filed an interim report dealing with] present situation concerning the refugees. The Arabs wanted that report to I deal with the sole subject that interests them — complete "repatriation" ol the refugees to Israel territory, or com* .lion b> Israel for such property as the Arabs claim they left in Israel. The PCC filed the report. But. in doing so. the commission literally "threw the book" at the Arabs. For. instead Of dealing only with "repatriation" or compensation, the PCC also dealt thoroughly with reintegration ot Befween You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Lets Meet U Thant IlkJEET AMBASSADOR U Thant [ %  %  ol Burma, who is now likely to take the place of Ihe late Dag J llammarskjold as Secretary Gon[cral of the United Nations. He is I a great friend of Israel and does I not hesitate to declare so publicly. le says lie has the "highest ad_J miration" for Israel and that he considers the people of Israel as being dedicated to the cause ol peace .UHI progress. These observations noi nitre rhetoric with him. He speaks on the basis of a Visit which he made Israel in 1955, accompanying Prime Minister U Nil ol Burma. "I had the privilege of touring vari%  us parts of Israel and viewing a comparatively full picture of the country's life and aspirations," he irs. He saw the agricultural settlements in the Emek and in the hills of Galilee, and was impressed ith the kibbulzim as well as with the cooperative colonies. He witnessed the implementation of Israel's bold plans for the conquest of the Negev desert. He visited industrial enterprises where he saw the contribution made to Israel's economy by "skill, ingenuity and perseverance" of the people of the country. He was impressed with Ihe integration of immigrants and Ihe promotion of social and cultural progress in Israel. And he also studied Ig. el's achievements in the field oi science, "i had the opportunity," he emphasizes, "to meet many of Israel's leading personalities: politicians, soldiers. artists, scientists, industrialists, trade unionists, adistrators and educators, and they all impressed e with their devotion to their tasks He finds that Burma and Israel have common despite disparities of history, geography and climate. Boih countries, he points out. are endeavorto revive their ancient cultures against the backlund Of modern civilization. They are both lacing the most formidable tasks of national and economic reconstruction. Thej are both upholding democratic %  i ala the dignitj ol man and the systems of pariiai utary democracy. He Is lor the strengthening of nomic ties between Burma and Israel, in the mterestS of both countries. He acknowledges the technical aid given by Israel to Burma and other countries ol Asia. And he is e| the opinion that no one can in the long run prevent the acceptance of Israel as an equal member of the Asian family of nations. "When the tempers calm down, it will be revealed that the nature of the Jewish State is essentially peaceful and constructive.' 1, Jte, says ... As Ambassador of Burma and permanent representative of his country to the United Nations. U Thant addressed a number of Jewish conferences in this country, including the national convention of the American Jewish Congress ... He is highly respected by American Jewish leaders as one of the most able foreign diplomats. ihe refugees in the economy of the Middle East and with the one alternative to "repatriation" which the Arabs want to forget — resettlement of the refugees in Arab lands. The PCC —a body consisting oi representatives Of the United States. France and Turkey — has to play a neutral role It has to present both sides of any question —or all sides, where there are more than two. The commission (id exactly that — it presented the picture as a whole. As part of its interim report, it filed the so-called "working papers,"' documents which, ordinarily, are kept in the commission's office. This time, however, the "working papers" were distributed to all delegations. The very titles of the papers show that they contain information which the Arabs would rather have hidden in the (lead archives. One of the papers is entitled: "Question of Compensation." The other hits the spot that hurts Ihe Arabs most. It is entitled "The Question of Reintegration bj Repatriation or Resettlement." That word "resettlement" is verbotcn. as far as the Arabs are concerned. It doesn't exist — because the Arab leaders don't want the refugees to be resettled. Now the new African and Asian nations here — lor whose good will and votes the Arabs and Israel are competing—have found out. through official UN documents, that resettlement has as much of a place on the agenda as has Ihe idea of "returning" to Israel a million sworn enemies calling themselves refugees. Actually, Ihe documents are history; there is nothing new in any of the facts revealed. The significance of the revival of this history lies in the very fact that history is told anew —and that the attention to facts shows that Israel has been telling the truth while the Arabs have lied when they have insisted that "repatriation" is the only ".solution" to the refugee problem. Here, we read (hat the Arab states themselves have. in fact, agreed in the past to let the UN try schemes for reintegrating the refugees. Here, it is recalled, that, in 1952. the Assembly had voted the creation of a S300.000.000 reintegration fund — and that the Arabs, who had agreed to that plan, reneged Here we find that Israel had. time and again, .shown willingness to discuss the solution of the refugee problem, compensation, repatriation, the works — but thai the Arabs have been false, running out on agreements they had made with the UN and its agencies. The PCC cannot be accused of partiality. Indeed, in this very report, the commission came close to forgetting all alternatives to "repatriation." It was only because the Israel delegation here insisted that the entire record be included — that the commission yielded because it could not help itself. The fact is, however, that the commission did yield. The inclusion of those "working papers" is, for Israel, a skirmish won. That does not say. however, that the battle has been won The debate in the Assembly's Special Political Committee, which must deal with the refugee problem, will be long and bitter. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ bers of this generation are young, sociable, suburban Jews, innocent of giving grounds for any stereotype oi Jewish bookishness'." In general, the Kramor-I.evcntnian study shows them to be oriented toward the values of the majorit\ (that is of the eon JAWS*), while maintaining their ties to the minority. Raised in a "watered-down, middle class version of Judaism," and relatively untouched by deprivation social or economic, they have no need to rebel against the religious resolutions of their fathers. They regard Judaism as "just a religion," which makes Jews "no different from other people." They join their fathers' Conservative and Reform synagogues and "observe the same childc( ntered holidays." Since the problems of economic security were largely solved by the second generation, the third generation now seeks "the appropriate social status and acceptance." The authors point out. however, that the acceptability of affiliation, for however "bad" a reason, alii Judaism to become a source of roots, and that the \\ lectual avant-garde" is shifting from ceremony to belief "the one thing about Judaism that has rcsjsv ,| total acculturation and remains unique." The book is well-done, in a candid, professional i ncr. and it provides insight and understanding selves — and our Iriends If it also provides thoughtful worry — one can only count that good. 1 Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN i What's in a Name? THE RIGHT to change a name is so basic that there generally appears no room for argument One man changes his name to elide creditors. Another to elude identification. Very often one alters his name out of artistic motivation, as when the name has an offensive posture. At times one drops < name merely because it sounds derogatory or has a connotation that is not accepted in good company. In our good city of New York, where everything happens, a physician has changed his name because "he now has a psychological aversion" to the old name —Salman Gunsbcrg — under which he practiced medicine in the Warsaw Ghetto until In as sumed the good Polish name Wilold Zdrojewskl, pie sumably for the purpose of greater professional n bility. Now, a resident of this country, he has sought and received court permission to drop his Polish rame because it is too burdensome and assumed instead the name Victor G. Bach, a name that imore in the heritage of his tormentors than ol Inters. We will not quarrel with the doctors athat he is still experiencing torments as a result ol Is traumatic experiences. But it seems to us that the Nazis would have gotten him under anj other name German names did not .save the German Yes, doctor, we are baffled by the "psycholo aversion" diagnosis, and even more so by the Sacred as the Bach name is. it can never be a substitute for a Jewish name under which so many ot our people died for the Sanctilication ol the Name Nor can Victor ever be a replacement for man. However, if the doctor thinks changing of name will rid him of this particular psychosis, he alone is the judge ol what is good for him I this corner it seems that his prescription is lacking in the elements that hold the cure to the diseasi i I which he was a victim with countless others whose names did not betray their origins. Jew's Great Sin: He Belongs to Human Race JEWS HAVE BEEN called mamr • names, but the oddest yet i chancei upon reading the autobiography ol Marl lie recalls hifirst encountei with Jews—aa school boy. Then two Jewish boys in his class. It took him a good time, writes Mark Twain, "to get over the awe of it. Theyf carried me back to Egypt, and in my|_ imagination I moved among the Pharaons ana all me Bbadowy celebrities of that age." The name of the two Jewish boys was Levin. "We had ? collective name for them," writes Mark, "which was the only really large and handsome witticism that was ever born in that Congressional district. We called them "Twenty-Two. Twice Levin (eleven)— twenty two.'" Jews shouldn't be called worse names. Mark Twain had no prejudices against Jews or any other peoples. A Jew once wrote him asking how it was that in none of his writings was there to be found a discourtesy against Jews. 'This was many years before Mark Twain's daughter, Clara, married the Jewish musical conductor. Gabrilowitch). The great humorist answered that the worst that could be sa d pgainst the Jew s is that they Del e l"""' ,:1 race. That was bad enough perhaps, for Mark Twain had no exalted idea of the human race. Mark Twain went on to say that he thought that perhaps anti-Semitism might be explainer by envy ol the Jew, particularly envy of his commercial success. this scarcelj satisfies." it doesn't explain the anti-Semitism of Yemen, where Jews lived in abject poverty; and eun in Russia and Poland, most of the Jews were as poor as church mice. The mice in synagogues are no richer. Who are the real tycoons of wealth? The richest man on earth is said to be Paul Getty, who according to I rew spapers recently installed a pay telephone at his house^ He doesn't want to go along paying out nickels and dimes for other people's telephone calls. There are no Jews among the Dinosaurs of wealth, and there are no Jews among those Texans with incomes half million dollars a day. We Jews, let us admit it, have not the Gentile faculty for making money. The actual reasons for hate and prejudice spring from the "cussedness" of the human animal. If anyone wanra to know why he hates another, let him look into a mirror to find where the fault really lies.



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by ISABEL GROVE • A Ot/< ontan s C WorU eJewislti Floriidiian Micmi, Florida, Friday, November 3, 1561 Section B Mr. and Mrs. Harold KassewitZ, who have been flying around in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Las Vegas with the Leonard Abesses the past tow weeks, returned just ::i time io attend the i scellaneous shower given for son Hal's fiancee, Sheila Agid. of i : Hills, by KUen (Mrs. Leon) Kayo on Saturday at the Algiers hi lei %  Another shower given on Sunday by Isabelle tiechl in home for the bride-elecl and her sorority sisters The future Mrs Kassewit* is i i her senior year in the school of education at thi University of Miami and plans to teach in Dade county Hal will enter UM's law school in September ... A Thanksgiving wedding is planned A bride of only a few weeks, Judy (Mrs. Barry) Shein planned, i pared and carried out a surprise party in honor of her parent's anniversarj on Saturday, Oct. 21. wiih complete aplomb Her dad. Sam Falick, was in on the plot, but Mrs. Falick (Dodo) registered every degree of astonishment possible lntii ^ oup of gue-is included the senior Shoins (Mollle and Maury), Judy's brother. Jerry Falick. and wifi. Celia, Dodo's her, Mrs i.iiiian Bernstein, and long-time friends, Dave anil Sylvia Israel Dave has just heard lrom brother Bunn\ Israel i ia1 he and his Dorothy, who have been on a five-week cruise of the Mediterranean, will bo home soon, but will take time out tor w days in New York fust Highlight of the trip, he wrote, was the stopover in Israel. • • Adrea and Harold Soglovitz spent a month in Manhattan with t'aughter Helene. who is pursuing the career in advertising for which she prepared herself at the University of Miami They won't linger here very long though Adrea is looking forward to her first trip to California Wants to see everything she's heard Harold, who has made many trips there, talk about Many friends and relatives to visit, too, and side trips to Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Tucson, where they will be houseguests ci the Nevins family from Cleveland Prc-holiday trip north for Barbara Hoberman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hoberman — he's the Surfside Councilman Will housoguest with friends and relatives in Connecticut, New York and New Jersey ... A recent graduate of Charron Williams Business College. Barbara plans to be back on the Gold Coast by Thanksgiving. • The night will be quite literally filled with music for the guests at the Miami Beach Opera Guild committee's first dinner dance at the Eden Roc early in December ... In addition to the program of outstanding operatic talent which will be presented, a Whole troupe of strolling violinists will do their serenading lrom cocktail time right through to the end of the evening Lovely plan was dreamed up at a recent committee meeting in the home oi Ronnie (Dr. Leonard; Jacobson by Lottie (Mrs. Emil) Morion. Mrs. Daniel Schlapik, Mrs. Leopold Spitalny, Jackie (Mrs. David) hoebberg and Belle (Dr. Irving) Lehrman, music lovers, all. • • • Miami artist. Reyna Youngerman. has been asked by Frederick Robinson, director and curator of the Springfield. Mass., Museum of Fine Arts, to exhibit some of her works at the Gallery there ... A particular request is for Reyna's prize-winning •Mountainside Town," shown most recently at the Lowe Gallery Also i'i preparation is a cne-man showing of Youngermans at the Mirell Callery in December Several hundred enthusiastic guests attended the beautiful dinner Thursday at the Seville hotel biven by the board of governors of National Children's Cardiac Hospital as a testimonial to Richard I. Berenson. now chairman of the board, who had served apresident for more than a decade, "in recognition of his years of loyal and devoted service" Sitting at the head table and approving the honors being heaped on her husband, attractive Mrs Berenson in regal black with rhinestone straps criss crossing in back and a wisp of veil covering her lovely hair Sitting r by, charming Mrs. Leo Robinson, wife of the president of NCCH "in black peau de scio set off with simple gold jewelry i) at the head table, raven-haired Mrs. George Corny — her husband a vice ^resident — in shirred white chiffon with long heavy satin Stole in geranium rod Chatting with blue-eyed, di I ired Mrs. Leo Rattier, wife of another vice president, in a sophisI ated black all over bugle beaded sheath with scoop neck. Dr and Mrs. Joseph R. (Laneyi N'arot just back from a wedding trip to ltalv Spiritual leader of Temple Israel. Rabbi Naroi will share'his observations with the congregation :.crmon Friday evening will be "My Impressions of Judaism in Italy" .. "The former Rae Murray and Abe Rosenborg are spending their honeymoon in Nassau Home will be 5T6o La (.orce when they return Combination vacation and busman's holiday for Chaun Rose, director, adult lecture programming for the Mianu Beach Recreation Department Plans to see at least a dozen shows onand-off Broadway, and attend the Gerontological Society convention in Pittsburgh. Pa. Same kind of a double-barreled vacation for the Morris Levitts First a convention at the Concord hotel in Kiamesha for representatives of the Rokeach Corp.. then several days >n Gotham Town for sightseeing and the theatre Home now, at 8o05 SW 107th st. • Principal figures at the Temple Beth Sholom Israel Bar Mitzvah dinner held last Sunday evening at the Eden Roc hotel in honor of cemmunity and Israel Bond leader. Isadore Hecht, gather for an informal chat prior to the dinner. Sealed (from left) are Mrs. Jack A. Cantor, Mrs. lscdoie Hecht, Mrs. James M. Albert end Mrs. Leon Kronish. Standing are Mrs Selma Oritt invited by Mike Rubye. chairman. Bonds for Israel in Mobile. Ala., to a dinner last Sunday evening at the Dauphin Street Temple there, to accept a plaque on behalf of her late husband. Samuel, who had been an outstanding leader in the Bonds for Israel drive and the Israel Investment Corp. for many years Dinner was in honor of Israel's Bar Mitzvah year. • • %  The golden wedding bells which rang in the 50th wedding anniversary of Max and Stella Weinstein sounded one surprising note for them — the dinner celebration planned by son and daughter-inlaw Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston, of Cleveland rd.. at the Famous restaurant, with daughter, Mrs. Florence Libcrman. down from New York for the festivities Other happy guests were granddaughters, Patricia and Meryl Weston, Mrs Anny Hyman, the William Carmels and their four offspring. Allan, Barbara, Jerald and Linda Ben Ginsberg. Jack Beartner. Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Leon, the Herbert Kohns. Jack Segals. Lou Shames Abe Towbins Mr. and Mrs. A. Singer, the Dick Shaws, Louis Pilzcrs, Robert Plants. Harry Lefkoffs and Mrs. Sidney Hyman The manv friends of Bess and Louis Glasser are hoping his Stay at South"Miami Hospital, after a recent car accident, will be a brief one, and that he'll soon be about his many activities a^ain. At the installation Friday of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations at the Seville hotel are (left to right) Mrs. Charles Feinberg, chairman of the day; Mis. Milton Sirkin, who was installed as president; Mrs. Jean Lehman, installing ojiicer. Mrs. Lehman, installed as honorary president, was the founding president of FJWO. Stanley C. Myers, nationallykr.cwn civic and philanthropic leader, was guest speaker. Installed as vice presidents were Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz, Mrs. George Simon, Mrs. Charles Feinberg, and Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink. Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer was installed as corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Larry Friedlcnd as recording secretary. Cancer League Member Lunch Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach is having its annual membership luncheon Friday noon, Nov. 10, at the Seville hotel. A wig fashion show will highlight coiffures for women who want that well-groomed look. Members who will model are Mesdames Phyllis Hecht, Jack Young, Seymour Rubin, Morris Oreen, J. Bernard Spector and Jerry Evans. Mrs. Abe Schonfeld will preside Mrs J. Bernard Specter is proi chairman, and Mrs. Robert •man is chairman of the day. Jack A. Cantor, chairman of the board of the Israel Bond Organization; Isadore Hecht, din ner honoree; Mordekhai Shneerson, Israel's Ambassador to Mexico, Haiti and the Doir.::v ican Republic; James M. Albert, president o! Temple Beth Sholom and dinner chairman and Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader c: the Temple. (See Page 10-B.) Federation Ladies Install Officers Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations was compared to American Telephone and Telegraph Company as !hc group held its anno;, I installation luncheon Friday in the Seville hotel. .Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, founding president, who served as installing officer, said that "both organizations were formed to give service, they've both reached a high level of development, and they each have subsidiary operations serving various areas." FJWO. hko (he telephone compa ny, lias to have a stronorganization 10 tie together the facilities at. an i to in oot ( xpanding i.i eiis." Mrs Lehman continue I She praised the various organizations making up the Federation for "uoing a much needed and magnilicar.t service, both here and overBeaa Just as the overlapping shingles on a roof make the Pool stronger, so our overlapping efforts make the whole the stronger Cif-l ol honor at the luncheon Stanley C. Myers, founding lent of the Greater Miami .It .ush Federation, and nationallyknown in civic and philanthropic activities. Mrs. Milton Sukin was installed as president, with Mrs. Lehman as honorary president. Taking office ; vice presidents were Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz. Mrs. George Simon. Mrs-. Charles Feinberg. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink. Mrs. Oscar Zeltor was installed as .corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Larry Friedland, recording secretary. Installed on the advisory council were Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Daniel Neal Holler, Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Sidney Schwartz. Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Mrs Gerald P. Soltz, and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach, in existence a little over two years, last year presented ji cobalt bomb to Mt. Sinai Hospital. Exactly "82 treatments have since been given needy patients free of charge. The organization also maintains two beds for indigent cancer patients, who rccieve medical and nursing care, x-rays and drugs. Most recently, the League assumed the responsibility of a clinical re-carch fellowship, which has been awarded to Dr. Carlos Beromac liferelh Israel Sisterhood Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will have a card party on Wednesday (.( iing in the social hail. Hostesses are Mrs B. V. Weinstoek .in I Mr6. William Kornfeld.



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Friday. November 3, 1961 *Jml$t) Fhrkttar) Page 3-A Israel Minister Sapir Due Here Pint-has Sapir, Israel's Minister ol Commerce and Industry, and Samuel Rothbcrj!, president of Israel Investors Corporation, will describe Israel's current economic I icture to Greater Miami financial leaders at a Nov. 12 dinner at the Lucerne hotel at 6:30 p.m. The South Florida I.I.C. committee, headed by Jack S. Popick, will be bests. Rothberg, former national chairman oi ooiii tne uniieu Jcwisn Appeal and of the Israel Bonds Organization, is one of America's foremost Jewish leaders. He is a cofounder of the EUezer Kaplan School of Economics and Social Sciences of the Hebrew University Oi Jerusalem, where the Samuel J.othberg Hall is named in his honor. Sapir has played a decisive ide in Israel's indcslrial development. He was appointed to his present post in November, 1955, fter serving as director-general of Israel's Ministry of Finance since July 1953. His career was marked by outstanding accomplishments in the fields of farm settlement, water development, defense and finance. His government service began during the War of Liberation in l<<48. when he was dratted as depulj quartermaster-general of the lsi.(l Defense Forces, in charge of fortifications, housing and transportation. He played a major role in sending relief convoys into be> i ^ed Jerusalem. Later that year. Sapir was sent to Europe as a special rcpresentaArab Delegate Called Liar at UN Continued from Page 1A session of the General Assembly, as it refutes it again today." The Israeli delegate quoted at ](ngth from an address hy Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion on Dec. :i liteo. in which the Premier categorically denied the rumor and in which lie said that 'the report is either a deliberate or an unconcious untruth.'' s-imkairy rose to reply immediately, shouting that Israel was I riding an A-bomb and urging the International Atomic Energy Agency to investigate. Rafael tried to deny it ;igam on a pmnt ot order. but was outshoutcd by the Arab (.'( %  legate. tive of the Ministry of Defense, in charge of purchasing arms a n d equipment, which helped turn the tide of battle in the last stages of conflict, particularly in the Negev campaign. In 1949. Mr. Sapir was recalled to head the Ministry of Defense as director-general. Two years later, he was appointed simultaneously as director of development and Waler Commissioner in the Ministry of Agriculture. A few months later, he was given the added responsibility of director of development in (he Treasury. Youth to Gather At Emanu-El High school sophomores, juniors, and seniors will gather at Temple Emanu-El on Sunday morning tor (he congregation's first Youth Service and Breakfast of the new season. The young people will worship touether in the Friedland Chapel beginning at 10 a.m.. and then have breakfast in Sirkin Hall, where they will be greeted by Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the congregation. The Youth Service and Breakfast is a weekly event at Temple Emanu-El Members and guests serve as hosts. tpfi&Mty> eWiCt PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Styles for Men and Women FREE PARKING SPACE IN REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the Mall) Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FfttED CONTACT IENSES TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIIM Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin not only Rives stronger, faster relief from pain of headache out is also safer. Won't upset the stomach and has no bad effects. You •ee, Anacin is like a doctor's prescription. That is, Anacin contains rot just one but a combination of medically proven, active ingredients. Scientific research has proved no single drug can give such strong yet such safe relief as Anacin Tablets. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AOr-D needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All proceeds go towards support of the Home. You may contribute, take • tax deduction or we will pay cash for same. Remember. we are NOT a profit-making organization We are helping your community to keep its dignity. By helping others you are helping yourself! Manufacturers and jobbers—remember—we can use all your >utcasts or misfits. Pease call us for early pick-up. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 5737 N.W. 27th Avenue NE 3-2338 Closed Saturdays / ClCaaHCC an aura o will permeate the air november 10th at the ae/ifen aijt of guardianship litncnc* ton at the fontainebleau for the benefit of cedars of Lebanon hospital the hiahliaht ... a preview pere.de of fa:-hicns shown for the first time from the exciting saks holiday line for those whom fortune favors — breathtakirg chinchi !a wrap sp • i diamond watch-bracelet imported beneti handbag hallmark inferiors gift certificate $1,800 in prizes will be given away! will lOlt oc then:. fr. 4-9O20 lumr-.ioii MHM
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riidov. November 3. 1961 vJenisfi Fkwdffatn Fcce 15-B Youth Conclave Slated Nov. 5 Temp'.e Sinai, of Hollywood, will i scene of the first all-day ( ..• :!ie United Synagogue i. youth arm of the Southeast i,_ on of UH United Synagogue 01 America, the organization of Const rvative congregations in the United State, s and Canada, on Sunday. Nov. 5. Jerry Sussman, chairman of the onal yc-uth commission, this week announced that over 250 youngsters will participate in a program beginning with morning .services and including a brunch, .study groups on "Jewish Traditions." Israeli folk dance instruction, program clinics and a concluding friendship circle. Program is under the chairmanship of Jaki Stahl. of Beth David USY. Cindy Fearl, of West Palm Beach, is president of the South Florida region of USY. All Conservative congregations in the Greater Miami area may < intact Rabbi Allen Rutchik, dixector of the Southeast region of the United Synagogue. 1075 95th si.. Bay Harbor Island, for information and assistance with youth programs. Norman Seeks Commission Post Richard E. Norman ia candidate for Miami City Commission, LEGAL NOTICE IN Tk-r c TCOIT COLR" r O" 7 THE 1 TM JUD CIAL C'RCUIT IN AND FOP. DACE COUNTY. FLCR.DA. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 11390 I'M!-: SEA v \\ s HANK ]•' : LEGAL NOTICE The 46-year-old candidate is makSAVIN OF NEW ing his second try for the post. """ RICHARD NORMAN Jack Brettholtz Dead in N.Y. Maccabiah Star To be Speaker Miami resident Richard Giller. who attended the recent world Maccabiah in Israel in September. w.!l be puest speaker at a comIty-widt meeting of the Miamisi District, according to Ephraim Collins, president. The met'.ing. which is open to i i mire community, will take I t on Thursday evening, Nov. Zarr.i.ra Jewish Center. Giller. who was awarded the coveted Maccabiah gc'.d medal for weightlifting, is a former national weightlifting champion. Following the discussion, the rtw Israeli color film. "The Highesl Commandment," starring Melvyn Douglas, and produced by the American Friends of the Hebrew University, will be shown. Assisting Collins with arrangements are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon. Moses Meyer, Meyer Fine, Louis B. Rudnick, Sam Levine, Pauline Levick, Mrs. I. B. Sacks, Cynthia Collins. J. David Liebman. and Al Quadow. "LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54186 A IN RE Batata of MINNIE H. WCI.MAN NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credit ra and Al Pel Hav!..,ni.ci Dtii.aids Agait.M Said 1 -•. • %  .:,here! j notified and reto esenl any claim •.. ton may have i %  estate i MINNIE H v:< >L>MAX ,i • of Da li County, i I .... ni i. the same dui ti ind at i. Section l( F rid ....... ... Is [>ad< "i II F within nth •' • : %  ol the first | ni, the same si ..: P Idi -"• ii. %  • %  • %  I %  %  • %  : Of I I Jask Brettholtz, of 18725 NW 23rd ave., died in a New York hospital on Oct. 9. Mr. Brettholtz was a member of export business, the Disabled American Veterans and American Veterans Committee. He also belonged to Dade Heights Jewish Congregation. He is survived by his wife. Gloria; son, Steven Mark; daughter. Caron; and two brothers. Fred. Bronx. N.Y and Charles. Miami. Services arc! burial were in Beth David Cemetry in Long Island, N Y Norman moved to Miami in 1921 from North Carolina. His father was a practicing physician, who had several business interests. He has worked as a bell-boy. groceryclerk, and butcher. On Pearl Harbor day. he volunteered for Army service, but was rejected because he hari lost his trigger finger in an accident. He subsequently volunteered for U.S. Maritime Service, and was accepted. Norman saw duty on munition ships and oil tankers, and was decorated a number of times. Returning to Miami in 1946. he invested his savings of $700 in a parking lot. Today, his expanded operation includes other parking facilities, garages, filling stations, bonded warehouses, and an importNorman is a ten-year member of the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce. Norman lives at 229 SW 23rd rd., Miami. LEGAL NOTICE Rabbi Podet Will Review Novel "Mila IP." by Leon Uris, wil reviewed by Temple Judea's Ral hi Mordecai Podet at thehonu oi Mrs In rson. 8(-R Jeronimo dr., Cera' Gables, at 8:30 p.m Wi dnesday. Funds ra.sed will be used for the Temple's youth program. Mrs. A. David Goldberg is Sisterhood president. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN • • -ii Ini •• i ngagi In II undi r thi f ctitli ut nan .-TATi' LIQl'i >RS =7. %  • • imbei R31 fth Street I thi f North • %  • %  •-el • .... na • witl I • Clerk of • ••':. ill Ci url %  : i • %  • '• i : Miami Beach, 1 lay of Octobei MOSAM •,V Zl'KERNICK %  .. %  -. %  : • .• %  n< In Rd Miami Bi ach, Ha. %  r II HALLER nd li IZEL DEAN H LLER hia wlfi. 1 wt-lll : I s NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T< %  PHILIP i HALLER anil HAZEL. DEAN HALLER his w f. I ; •.-11: • • I'nknown RK !. %  Bio. k i, nt LAKESIDE M ANi •;:. ;. .. rding % %  [hi r ni thi r< I n. .Mil. .1 In Plat Book 53 al Pagi 90, .'l the Public Ri • oi d* ol l di 'ounty, I loi Ida Yi .1' ARE HEREBY Ni ITIPIED thai .. Complaint to foreclosi mortgagi on the above-deacrlbed property hat been filed against you and you are required to aervi a copy ..f your answer -.r pleading to the complaint on Plaint Iff'a attorney, BERNARD ll. JAFKE, 1427 South West First Wtreet, Miami, Florida, and file the original anawer or pleading in the office of the Clark of the Circuit Conn, in and f..r Dade County, Florida, on or before thi:.'?th day of November, 1961, if you fall to do so, 1'iir.i Pro Coni. -II win be taken against you for the relief dtmandtd in the complaint in tor. close Dated at .Miami, Dade County. Florida, this 84th day of October, 19(1, K B. L-BATHERMAN, Cli rk of the Circuit Court (teal) Bj HELEN KE88LER Di puty Cli rk 10/27, n 3-10-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that thi undersigned desiring to engage In busini >? unii. r thi fictitious names of Club Plan Bal< %  i 'o Miami Beach Conti act Carpel .. Flooi OIL Co., at I • u ntj. Florida Intends to ri gi ..mes with t ii. i":. rk of the i :• nil Court < I >ade i 'ounty Florida IT. 8 CARrET O IRP Sole < iwnw SIDNEY EJFRi >NF IN Mti %  ,nt 2418i %  20-21 ". NOTICE UNDER F C"ITIOUS NAME LAW NCi ID HEREBY GIVEN d i i | r i i i i J. %  i i i I • -.... t he flctli lou* na i B ol KEL Ml SI SALES al 493 B.E. Ith •'; Hlali !;. I la Intend to r< glster n --li th.. '!. rk ..f the 'i'• ..in I o| 1 lade i "..unt v. Ho: HENRY KTl >NE 7.".'. MILTON OHHINS 2S — lo NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 6IC 10822 K< IKK NKI.S'iN. I ... ntlff, \n IRRIH NELSON, I :i ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE l• Ml 1RRI8 NKl.si IN 518 Northshore Road Noi folk, Virginia You are hereby notified that „ mil oi Complaint for Divorce has been filed agalnsl you, and you ar required to serve a copy of your Answer "i Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, Manuel /.alar. 1401 Congress Building, Miami. Florida and file the original Anawer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk Of the Circuit Court on OT before the :'"th day of November, 1961. if you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you lor the relief demanded In the HIM "f Complaint. This notice shall be published .nee each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH KI.OKIIHAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this li'.th day of October, AH 1961 B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida is. ,.li B> : C 1.. ALEXANDER, 1 leput) 'I. i k MANUEL ZAI \'" Attornej foi Plaintiff in 20-27, li :;-!<> LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C 11666 ANDREW RAFANELLO, Plaintiff, vs. ANNA RAFANELLO., 1 fendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You Anna Rafant'.lo, add residence <*6 K dire St ret t. Newark. New Jersey, rt required to file youi answer to the complaint with '.he clerk of '.he al ovi Court and sei vi a copy thereol to Herman Cohen. Attorney, I30S Congress Building, Ml J2, Florida, on oi befon Deeembei 4, 1911] oi %  suit w i:i be take n as Dated Octi bar 31st, 1SC1. E I' L.EATHERMAN the Circuit i K M l.YMAN. it> Clerk r. IN THE C RCL T COL*FIT OF TH E ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL C RCl T C r FLCRlTA 'N AND FOR "OE COUNTY IN CHANCERY %  :< tlC •(-•-6 FTv.. % %  \: .' %  : TTLER AULD, • • %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 10. WILLIAM TYI.KU AULD b Street Houatoi ARE HEREBY required to serve i ol your Al sw< r to ii".. lain! for Dlvorci m >i i %  lifl Rttomev %  • • % %  • I..:. In Read, Miami Beach, .:. I I lie '.in •• IS % %  ..|( of the Clerk ..f •!• %  • t" • for Dade County. Flcr• the i'utn u.. :, 1901, in default of whl< h, Confesao may be ani. •. t you I... %  letll day < f October, 1 '.'61. E. I Ll i .'HERMAN. Cierk Cir ut C*urt. Dade County, Florida By: L S*NCT:DEN :!y Clei k KWITNF.Y, Atly. 4Z0 Lincoln Rd., Miami B. ach 10/20-27, ll/J-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE ELEVENTH JUDX'AL CIRCUIT OF FLOR C". AND FOR t C z. COUNTY IN CHANCERY N< 81 C "'684 dERESZCHAK and ;, his wil • .i LItlTTO I 'eft NOT CE EV PUBLIC AT CN i ITUTTC %  • • '• .. y oi r noi a moil %  %  I %  .. %  %  ly m s as i 78 feel %  '.. i : ••.. BW the t nd the £ th. West 60 feet of : the Eaal B the SW i, : thi BW %  tht BE -l it B< :.•.. % %  U ... .... nty, ili Ida, I ethei witl tixtun i and I arnM ire thi rein, You %  to sei vi .. < .. ..: Am A i: i • c: %  "f on the Vttoi r,i .. Sheldi n :Li • M %  Fh %  .a. :.' ii file the original in Ua of the Cli rk the above-styli i.l. re Ihe 4Ch tt December 191 si which t):. I IsJl I will %  %  confessi : questi i. intj Flor%  ctober. 196L HERMAN I U I .-ll! M i N N LELCHUK, B Iff a SM Blscayne Euilding Miami, Florida NOTICE UNDER FICT!T;OUS ^AlVE LAW NI iTICE IS HER! BY %  EN that the undersigned, desiring li engagi In • -s under tin f ti:i i* nan i BAM RON AMUSEMENT CO al 245." N.W TTth Terrace, Miami 4" Intend reglstei said name with th. Cli rk it the Circuit Court of Dai I %  ounty, da Kl.l ROSS DISTRIBUTORS INC. VIRGINIA PETROGINE i BIGEL, TEITELMAN A.ALBERT Attorneys for Applicants 1462 W. Flagler St. 11/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi In I ,-s und. r T1 v. is HEREBY GIV] v tl at .. DOROTH1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED F. e 52228 No1 • %  • • •!.. .:-. %  ) i rial Na ......... %  '. %  • Snli %  -.... %  dati thi >t day oi '.-. %  %  li • %  ; • %  and has madi a] :.. • • : %  IUI thereoi .n ai wit a i.w. S^.HI Ci .. • lowing di ed property, sli i D nt} Floi Ida '• wil Lot 45, Bli i h 1 I the Dale Millei Tract Addition Numbei One, Plai Book 2 Pagi ; ii thi Cltj ..f Miami. County ol Ua.ie. State ni Floi Ida Thi asset mem ol laid property under thi Certlfl ..:. Issued was in tin nami ol Unknown. Unless said Cer. •• shall i • -.< deemi .i a. i oi dins to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on tin. i'Sth day of Novembtr, A.D, 1961. Dated this 25th da) of October, A.D. 1961. r B LEATHERMAN, k f Circuit Court, I adi < !i jnt) Florida (seal) i j i. M LEEPER 1 i i i.ty Clerk 10/27, 11/3-10-17-V4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 10861 %  I'M!. .: SAVINGS TANK IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK, a New York banking coi Plalntlfl NATHAN s. • • iW, et al, Defcm NOTICE CF S^ T 11/3-10-17-24 thi ol %  • Street (al • %  • r %  1 reglstei erk of thi %  • HAN SA 'KS r %  %  %  %  NOTICE UNDE.H F : C LS-.AVE .%  : %  • • ... c to engagi %  s H1ME Ni : N %  '. %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CCcRT IN AND FOR DADE COw'NTY, FLORIDA, IN PROEATE No. M016-B !..•• Of !IY DIAMONI WEIN1 I I V • ..-I II NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To All Credit.' Persi Havllalms or I'tmands Aga % %  i an here! nottfli I to present i Is which you may have an BUti of M A I. V I'l A SION D WE1NBEB • %  late "f I Count) la, to thi C unty .' • i ....I. County, and file thi .n thi : i fficei In • hi r, i >ade i Jounty, F orida %  nonths from thi u f flrsl 'ui II atii % %  hi r< f, c-: the • • ed THELM utrix SAMUEL STEEN, Atti rnej Itmore Way Coial Gables, Florida 10/7, 11/3-10-1" 11 I. V %  s wlfI • • .'. • SI • • I :%  I, I • '. I' Y< "1 HEREBY NOTIFI1 a suit has heei phi .. st i SAVINGS 1 • %  NK IN EW Yi •!.': %  .• %  • %  • %  %  : fori %  S ADDITION In 1 • %  %  '' • %  • • %  ... %  %  ti %  • %  .....• i at .. -, .... %  DATED 1 %  HERMAN Cl r Cir nil YMAN, • :k DAVID P TSMAN r 8t Miami 2 Rlorlda IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 11143 NEW v. iRK SAVINGS BANK, i atloi listing under th.aws ol l i State "f New Y. ik, i uintifl \ t El I N CHARLES ALEXANDE %  I H ants NOTICE OF SU'T ; i • LAI > S ALEXANI >ER .. N; M Ha >:. D :;" N Plank Rd. Newhurghi New York YOU VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED that •! brought against ynu b> NEW YORK SAVINGS HANK, in •:., above-i i. titled Court, to fori ., mortgagi encumbering the foUowtng in pi rty, ti.-w it %  Lot S8, Block 8, CAROL CITY GARrding to the plat thereecorded In Plat Book •'•• at 121, ..f the public records of i •... County, Florida i Ti el her w Ith. Wi stlnghouse Refrigerator— I No. DM-11; and you are required to file your answer with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County. Florida, at th.Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or befon November 21, 1 961, and to serve a copy of such answer upon DAVID P. CATSMAN, Plaintiff's attorney. Ah..-, address is 14th Floor at 101 Bai Flagler Stnit, Miami 32, Florida, on or before said date, as required by the Laws of Florida, if you fail to do so, the complaint will i,i taki n at confessed by you and a i Pro Confesso will be entered aga ii.-l you for the relief demanded in th. complaint, DATED this 10th day of October, 1961. B B LEATHERMAN Cit rk of the circuit Court I de County. Florida c. I, ALEXANDER I.. puty Clerk 1 i.w::' i C 'TSMAN 14th Fk or ..t 101 K. Flagler St. 2. I .orida 10 20-27, ll 3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICI %  Y GIVEN I the undi • ngag< In flctli %  DAD!. C< 'I'V: 1 I 'El Ei 'TIVE A IENn at P.i I Mian %  rt of Dade %  I Si N i 10/20-27, 11/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 11150 SERVICES LIFE iNsi'R COMPANY, a company lo busines • D.C., %  :: '. •.EN • t al. NOTICE OF SU T N •.' "SEN Rl iSLYN N wife ence I 'nknow n. : BY Si ITIFIED that i ....i: you %  SERVII s LIFE IN ci iMPANY, in the ab t\ ti. foreclose a mort. mbei Ing the following erty, to-wit: Ut 11 ; I 7, of Fi il'R ill TO PALM b PR I NO B • \. SECTII >N "I ", u tin plat thereof, real Book 8g, at pagi .i -. .. .is of l lade Coun%  %  ..:.• required to file your i .. rk oi the Circuit D ei 'ountar, Floi Ida, at the Miami, Florida, on or ber 21, 1961, and t.> ser\ • •. ;,M-IVI r Upon 1 'AV1I • .': .-..' \. Plaintiff's attorm s is nth Floor at lot i. Miami :;•.'. Florbefori said ii..t. as rethi La a of ilorlda. If you la.; ti • the complaint .will :i ;..'.[i ntesaed by you and a onfesso will bi entered thi relief


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Friday, November 3. 1961 +Jewisti noridian Page 9-B P EOPLE are still talking about that fabulous State of Israel Bond Eas Mitzvuli dinner at the Font a in eb lea u hotel. Fashion lighlights, in ad iitio.i to those listed here last week, included: Mrs. Max Weitz, who chose an icy blue silk brocade featuring delicate color hand painted on every Hower woven into the fabric. Her bodice was asymetncally draped, and IIL'; sheath featured a large draped pouf on one side. A black chiffon sheath was worn by Mrs. Murry Grossman. A double row of ruffles emphasized the straight cut at the top oi hei bodice, and her skirt had a self-fabric liounca. Mrs. Samuel Pollock designs all htr gowns, and at the bond dinnei she wore an antique white hea*> French corded >ilk ensemble. Her dress had a low scooped neckline and a double banded hemline. Tho matching theatre Coat featured th • dropped sleeve and ;• draped back At the seam, back where :h;> fullness began, she placed a flat Innged bow. Mrs Orna Badan wore a Maskil original from Israel, featuring a champagne colored sheer wool w:th hand-embroidered gold and B iver in an Oriental motif. Othei Ma skit originals were -l i n ;n the fas'iion festival. The collection of Italian-Israeli (ashiocs was qui'e exciting. Swim suits included jackets covering and important silhouettes were created with sleeves, waist-lines and collars. One coat in particular was a full-length black Russian broadtail with black sable cuffs Lola Beer created a plaid suit with hip-length fringed jacket topped with a light blue coat and lined in the piaid fabric and a plaid ascot. Fringe was an important addition to a majority of the collection. Some ensembles were fitted in the classic lines of elegant simplicity; others followed the loose lines in the bodice with controkd fullness in the skirts. In the audience. Mrs. J A. Cantor chose a black applique lace sheath with three-quarter-length sleeves. Mrs. Sheldon Kay's ensemble was of turquoise and silver brocade. Her longer jacket featured the tuxedo cutaway front and a shawl collar of perlura mink. Brocade was also selected by Mrs. Harold Pomerantz. Silver and black were combined in her hip-length jacket ensemble. Her sheath dress had the Empire waistline and a silver llame bodice. Black peau de soie with a silk surrah warped print bodice was worn by Mrs. Albert Levine Her waist-length jacket was lined in the print fabric. Mrs. Samuel Aronstein chose a royal blue silk crepe sheath. Her modified sweetheart neckline was embroidered with matching colored sequins and bugle beads. Mrs. Louis Bertman was in black crepe featuring a sleeveless tunic sheath. Mrs. Carl Weinkle chose a soft shade of powder blue alencon lace I for her waist-length jacket dress. The high rounded neckline had a small flat bow in front. White peau de soie was the choice of i Mrs. George Goldberg. Her strap-, less sheath featured hand-painted flowers on the skirt. • /•OLD llame and black were combined into Mrs. David Pullman's sheath. Her low neckline was draped into an almost cowled effect. Mrs Edmond E. Dorit wore black peau de soie with the French alencon lace at the neckline. Her dress featured the longer torso line with fullness over the hips. A black velvet theatre coat completed her ensemble. Very striking in a red and black ensemble was Mrs. Sidney Fox. Made while she was in Hong Kong, the jewel-toned red slipper satin dress seemed to be molded to her figure. Black cavier beads were hand-embroidered in an Oriental pattern over the dress. Her matching full-length coat had a deep, cape-like collar heavily encrusted with the beads. A deep pleat in the back of the coat created a double panel effect on which the same patern as the dress was repeated with 'he black beading. Her matching handbag looked like a sleeve, and her shoes were also made to match this ensemble. Mrs. Richman To Speak Here Mrs. Thelma Richman. national president of the Women's Division of American Jewish Congress, will be in Miami starting this week to address a number of organizations. Mrs. Richman will start her itinerary here at Friday evening services of Beth Torah Congregation in nationwide observance of American. Jewish Congress MonthOn Saturday evening, she will address the Mr. and Mrs. Chapter of American Jewish Congress at Beth David Congregation. Her subject will be "A Threat to Democracy." On Monday noon, at the Carillon hotel, Mrs. Richman will address the entire Women's Division of Congress. AISJ scheduled is a i fashion show by Jordan Marsh. On the national scene, as president of the AJCongress Women's l Division since 15>5o. Mrs. Richman has played a key role in the plani ning and development of AJCon; grcss programs aimed at protect. ing civil rights, defending civil liberties, upholding the separation of church and state and fighting : racial and religious bijotry. She is the mother of three children, one of whom recently made her a grandmother. She makes her home with her rusband. Jacob | Richman, a noted attorney, in Philadelphia. Two Miamians Due at Confab Two delegates will represent ditional Orthodox Jewish congrethe Florida chapter of the Women's Branch of the Union of OrthoIhem f-id making striking fashion n. ws. Some of the "beach" JackdOX Jewish Congregations of Amereta linked like theatre coats.! ica at the 38th annual national Others were short and lined to convention of the Women's Branch match the swim suit, and still at the Breakers hotel in Atlantic Others could a!! but double or m Jamaiva" $1749 $3695 gations. The convention delegates from this area are Mrs. Personik, of 3116 SW 23rd ter., and Mrs. Moe Finkelstein. of 1255 Marsaille dr 1 FOR ALL OCCASION.* WEDDINGS OUR SPECIALTY • ALGIERS JtoAUl 2513 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 4-2907 OPEN 7 DAYS • 9 a.m.-II p.m. DELIVERY ANYWHERE • Flowtn By Win CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED WOMAN IN EARLY FORTIES Withes to meet refined, congenial gentleman for companionship. Write Miss R., Box 2973, Miami 1 BUSINESS WOMAN TO SHARE HOME Kitchen privileges. S.W. Section. Close to Downtown. FR 3-7006 Call personalized service at the blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money .. • un 6-1233 24-hour service excepf tosh hashono and yom kippur WANTED lonely, pleasant working lady 40-50, by same to share lovely Beach apt. Very nominal. Congeniality more desired than cost of sharing. Call JE 2-3058 ROOM FOR RENT in S.W. Section. Suitable for working couple, lady, or nurse. Telephone, TV privileges. Convenient to shopping & %  VMS. HI 6-9706 MRS. THELMA RICHMAN HANSEL & GRETEL (by Hamptrdinkl pp.jsent-'l by Dade Youth & Adult Opera Project w ;, .h Imported ani local Cast SUNDAY AFTERNOON DEC. 3, 1961 300 P.M. DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM aiso "LA TRAVIATA" I by Verdi) SUNDAY AFTERNOON MAY 6, 1962-3:00 P.M. DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM TICKETS ON SALE AT: Dade County Ajditorium HI 6-9220 Cordelia's Card Snop FR 2-512C Record Marts Mi 6-1991. FR 4-C449 Opera Guild Ofrc; FR 1-5153 i Prices: $2 to S5 'or both Operas L. CARIB MIAMI MIRACLE 163 ? St. lOUWOUliOAD II US I FlAGuuTST MIAQJHU I H > *>>• IHflf MIAMI ACM M 0ONIOM II COtAl OfMM fl •* AW* Open 12:45 H Open 10:43 H Opn 11:43 n Open 12:43 tf l Y Es... YES -" YES..! .Susan, John Hayward Gavin FANNIE HURSTS Vera Miles CMA u s ORAKE %  W,RG,M,A CREV • Ann COiOf REGINALD GARDINER NURSERY GROUP STARTING LIMITED EHROUMM NURSERY through 12rh GRADE Accredited By Florida Sletfe DepaHaMnt of (dmemtion The LEAR SCHOOL 1010 West Ave., Miami Beach, Flo. JE 14606


fedcv. November 3. 1961
*"Jni$f IHk-recfiar>
Fcce 15-B
routh Conclave
,!ated Nov. 5
Temple Sinai, of Hollywood, will
scene of the first all-day
::ve of the United Synagogue
I youth arm of the Southeast
u n of thi I nited Syria rogue oi
fa ica, the organization of Con-
ervative congregations in the Uni-
Ed State, s and Canada, on Sunday.
Icy. 5.
ry Sussman, chairman of the
fcj ral youth commission, this
in i K announced that over 250
tcungsters will participate in a
prcgram beginning with morning
Erviccs and including a brunch,
ktudy groups on "Jewish Tradi-
faonf.** Israeli folk dance instruc-
pen. program clinics and a con-
cluding friendship circle. Program
under the chairmanship of Jaki
Jtahl, of Beth David USY. Cindy
'earl, of West Palm Beach, is
president of the South Florida re-
gion of USY.
All Conservative congregations
the Greater Miami area may
contact Rabbi Allen Rutchik, di-
rector of the Southeast region of
the United Synagogue, 1075 95th
ret.. Bay Harbor Island, for infor-
[mation and assistance with youth
(programs.
Jack Brettholtz
Dead in N.Y.
Jask Brettholtz, of 18725 NW 23rd
Norman Seeks
Commission Post
Richard E. Norman i* a candi-
date for Miami City Commission.
The 46-year-old candidate is mak-
ing his second try for the post.
Norman moved to Miami in 1921
from North Carolina. His father
was a practicing physician, who
had several business interests. He
has worked as a bell-boy. grocery
clerk, and butcher. On Pearl Har-
bor day. he volunteered for Army-
service, but was rejected because
he harl lost his trigger finger in
an accident.
He subsequently volunteered
for U.S. Maritime Service, and
was accepted. Norman saw duty
on munition ships *nd oil tank-
ers, and was decorated a number
of times.
LEGAL NOTICE
Returning to Miami in 1946. he
invested his savings of $700 in a
parking lot. Today, his expanded
,. operation includes other parking;
ave died m a New York hospital ;faciliticSf garages, filling stations.
on Oct. 9. bonded warehouses, and an import-
Mr. Brettholtz was a member of export business,
the Disabled American Veterans
Maccabiah Star
To be Speaker
Miami resident Richard Giller.
[who attended the recent world
abiah in Israel in September.
will f< guest speaker at a com-
ting of the Miami-
: I) -trict. according
to Ephraim Collins, president.
...( meeting, which is open to
' entire community, will take
i i en Thursday evening. Nov.
1 : Zamora Jewish Center. Gil-
ler, v.ho was awarded the coveted
.abiah gc:d medal for weight-
g, is a former national weight-
Jiiting champion.
Following the discussion, the
rcw Israeli color film. "The High-
esl Commandment," starring Mel-
vyn Douglas, and produced by the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, will be shown. Assist-
ing Collins with arrangements are
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon. Moses
Meyer, Meyer Fine, Louis B. Rud-
nick, Sam Levine. Pauline Levick,
Mrs. I. B. Sacks, Cynthia Collins,
J. David Liebman, and Al Quadow.
and American Veterans Committee.
He also belonged to Dade Heights
Jewish Congregation.
He is survived by his wife, Glo-
ria; son, Steven Mark; daughter. I Miami.
Caron; and two brothers. Fred.!
Bronx, N.Y and Charles. Miami.
Services and turiai were in Beth
David Cemetxy in Long Island,
N Y.
Norman is a ten-year member of
the Miami-Dade Chamber of Com-
merce.
Norman lives at 229 SW 23rd rd.,
N THE C FCUIT COURT OP THE
1 TH JUO CIAL C'RCUIT IN AND
FOR DACE COUNTY. FLOR.DA.
N CHANCERY
No, eiC 11390
THE s v s < HANK FOR
SA> N N T HE i"ll V IIK \ !' VV
York i \- \ i
\ -
P 11 HALLER and HAZEL
DEAN H I.IJCR, hia wife,
- I T>-W'.. I, I s
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T< >: PHILIP i i HAULER i
HAZEL I>EAN HALLER, hi* w fi
Reside! I'nknown
RE Lot s r. Block 2, of LAKESIDE
MANi ::. a .. rdlng t" ihi Plai
th< r< rwoi di d In Plat Book 5."
i 'at BO, "i the Public Ri
.. i lade County, v loi Ida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
., Complainl to foreclose mortgagi on
the above-described propert) hat
been filed against you and you are
required to servi a copj of your an-
swer "i" pleading to the complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney, BERNARD It.
JAFKE, 1421 South West First btreet,
Miami, Florida, and file tin- original
answer or pleading In th<- office of
in.- clerk of the Circuit Court, In and
for Dade County, Florida, on or !>-
fore the a?ih day of November, 1961.
if you fail to do so, Decree Pro Con-
fesso will be taken against you foi
th, relief demanded in the complain!
to for cloae.
Dated at Miami. Dade County, Flor-
ida, this 24th day of October, 1M1,
K B. LEATHERMAN,
<'!( rk of the Circuit Court
(seal) By: HELEN KE88LER
D puty el, rk
10/27. 11 '8-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
c C'lTIOUS NAME LAW
N. IS I1EREHY GIVEN
. deal Ing to enga xe In
ikIi i iIn' lii tiiion.- name of
KEL Mi SIC SALES at 495 B.E 10th
: HiRleah, I la.. Intend to n
. with the Clerk "f the Clr-
iurt of 1 M.i.- i 'ounty, Floi I
i \i:v STONE 7.-.-.
TI N < WHINS :'.v.
I" 13-20-27, 11 :i
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54186 A
i i. Batati i ;
MINNIE H. WOLMAN
eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A i ra and ai: Parsi m Ha^ -
i h n ai di Against Bald
I t&te:
.:. ':.. m tifled and re-
. eaenl any els Im* and de-
v. i may hav< .. ainsi
estate .i MINNIE II WOLMAN
Count
. if I laili C
.. | at and as
-. tlon 7! 3 18, f
Kt.ll ': : '
: i ad< Floi
nths 1
:
I -.... :
. led al :' 23tl
day ci
WOLMAN
.-
i .
i
bimo: u


- .
Rabbi Podet Will
Review Novel
"Mils 18." bj I eon Uris, wiD be
reviewed by Temple Judea's Rab-
bi Mord< al the horn. oi
Mrs. Irvii ron. 8('R Jeron-
imo dr.. Cert: Gables, at 8:30 p.m .
Wednesday.
Funds raised will be used for the
Temple'.' youth program.
Mr.'. A. Dav:d Goldberg is Sis-
terhood president.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 11866
ANDREW RAFANELLO,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANNA RAI'ANELLO,,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You Anna Rafamllo. address a ral
residence 896 Ridge Straet, Newark,
Nw Jersey, an required to file your
answer to the complaint with the
clerk of the abovi Court and aerv<
a copy thereof to Herman Cohen, At-
torney, 1305 Congress Building, Mil ml
S2 Floi Ida, on or b< foi i i>< mbi r -t.
lag] ;-. Bull will be taken as
..., a, i. t( ,i o tober Slat, ir.ci.
RMAN
Clerk the Cii lit C rt
K M 1.YMAN.
! aty Clerk
11 -10-17-J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
-ii Ing i ngagi In
.
STATE I/IQl'i 'RS #7, al nun b.
-. | 67th Street In the CII: f North
Bei Floi
r the said nami with the Clerk of
cin lit Ci url of Dade
- M
ay of Octobi
Ml SA M i !:':'
!'.:.' .....'
,'.Y ZCKERN CK

v. In Rd
Beach, 1 ia.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undei gned desiring to engagi In
business under tin flctltioui name* of
Club Plai Bali Co.; Miami Beai h
C ntract Carpet ,-.- Flooring Co., at
Florida ii t. mis to n g-
with the <': ik of
the Cii ill '"curt of l >ade c 'ounts
Ida.
'. 8. C VR1 ET Cl RP
.. ;' Sole Owni
Sll 'X!> EFRi >NS >N
At torn*.\
11 Si I
27,1 .
"NOTICE BY PUBt I CATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLCRDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 10822
KOKI NELSON,
l la nl ff,
\ -
MORRIS NELSON,
I ;. Ihiallt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti : MORRIS NEL8I >N
61s Northshore Road
Ni.] folk, Virginia
You are hereby notified that Mill
of Complaint for Divorce has Been
filed against you. and you ar re-
quired to serve a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the mil of C >m-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
Manuel Zaiae, 1408 Congress Huillim;.
Miami, Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the -'"th day of November,
r.o'.l If you fall to do so, jiiilmn... by
default iii be taken against you (or
the relief demanded In the Hill of
Complaint,
This notice shall be published omo
each week for four consecutive weaka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND oiU'KitKO at Miami,
Florida, thla 16th day of Oct 'b-r.
A D 1961.
i: R LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Clrcuil Court, Dade County, Flo.-'da
(seal) Bj : C, I. ALEXANDER,
I leputy Clerk
MANUEL /Al \'-
Attornej (! I'laintiff
in 20-27. 11 :;-l"

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JL'D'C'AL CIRCUIT CF
FLORIDA. iN AND FOR C'CE
COL'NTY IN CHANCERY
No. 6'C ""684
. 'HAK
Z
.
i J.
hi I I.
. THB C RCL TCC-C_ c^^-E
ELrVFM-rH JUDICIAL C RCUIT CF
FLCRICA M AND FOR "DE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 61C "'-6
I- .':.

"Wi: : fLER At":
Deft Qdant,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
1(j :.; TTLER AULD
.. i. Si:, el
i
1 -r ARE -' required to
Answer to the
: :\ r Divorce upon
tlfl :.." v ......
NEt Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
J';. : .....ind nil '.:.' u *
. trk of h i"
< for Dade County, Flor-
I rt< :< the Mlth oay ol
November, Ktl In default of wl
Pi Confesao may
lered ..i alnst ., .
16th day of t< b< I
j.: 1THERM I N.
..: ( *ait. Iiaue County, Florida
I'y: 1> SNHEDEN
Deputy eh : k
) All. KWITNEY, Atty.
t.U Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
. 10/20-37, 11/3-10
. : .
NO" CE BV FUBL1CA- : 'J
. ITTO
rro
'.-.
yon, a:
.
.
- .
Tl :- Feel I thi "'
.. south : '
. .--.'- the
of the f ;' '
60 feel
Tg feel the svv
W of the KW i of th"
S< tl n I ~ ': R
41 I : '

: urnituri then
You an
answer oi
Iffa' AtU rnej. Sheldon N
rhuk lilding, Mil
and file the original In tne
offici of thi thi ..i
before the 4th ai
1961, and whl thi 'omplalnt wl
.
lief requested ff"' Com]
Dated at Ml
tol -' 1903-
i i "HERMAN
rl
>J
BHEIy] ON N. LELCHTJK, Esq.
rni : f< r p:aintiffs
305 Blsciyne Building
Miami, Florida
11. 3-",0-l7-:>.4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
Ni rTICE IS HEREBY IIVEN thai
mdera gni d, desiring ti ngagi in
rid, r tin flctitii ..- nai
BAM RON AMUSEMENT CO al 215S
\\V 77th Terrace. Miami 47 intend
to register said nam it': th. Clerk
cl the circuit Court of Dadt County.
Fli i da
ELI Rl 188 D1STR1BUTI R8,
INC '.
VIRGINIA PETROC1NE 4
BEIGEL, TEITELMAN 4- ALBERT
Attorneys for Applicants
1462 W. Flagler St.
11/8-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ih,- undersigned, desiring ti engage In
neaa under the flctltioui nami of
KILT Kit KINO al P.O. Bog 6463,
North Miami Beach, Florida Intends
rei ster said name with th. Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dad< Ci
Florida
NATHANIEL POL1N
LEBF a- ANKU8
attorneys foi Nathai i Polln
: -17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAV.E LAW
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and has made ap-
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on th. 29th cay oi November, A.D.
1961.
Dati .i thla 25th iL.s ..f 11, tub, r, A.D
1961.
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Clerk of Circuit Court,
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(seal) Bi i: M LEEPER
Leputy Clerk
10/L'7. 11/3-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 10861
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 11143
NEW YORK SAVINGS HANK. .,
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NOTICE OF SU T
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Yi '.- VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has bi n brought against you
u NEW YORK SAVINGS HANK, in
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a morti ag< i ncumbering the following
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pag. 121, ..f the public record! ol
i >ai Coui ty, Florida;
Togethi : ith.
\v. stlnghouse Refrigerator-
Modi l No. DM-11;
and you are required to file your
answer with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of i>ade county. Florida, at the
Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or
before November 21, 1961, and to -erv,-
\ of such answer upon I'AV'IO
F'. CATSMAN, Plaintiffs attorn.y.
whose address is 14th noor at ioi
Bast Flagkar Street, Miami 32, Hoc-
Ida. on or before said date, as re-
qulred by the Laws of Florida. If
you fail to do so. the complaint will
i,. tak.ri as confessed by you and a
i... ,,. pro Confesso win be entered
aga nst you for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
DATED this lMh day ol <>.-lober,
1961.
F B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
I ...!.- County. Florida
C. I. ALEXANDER
I'. put v I 'lerk
DAVID P CATSMAN
101 K. Flagler St.
i Ida
10/20-27. 11 "8-10

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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CC RT
IN AND FOR DADE COUN"Y,
FLORIDA. IN PROEATE
No. 4016-B
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DATED this
1961.
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.
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'.erk
DAVID P. CATSMAN
14th Moor er St.
-.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NO' 5 HEREBY Sll

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DADE 'I -;'N
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.-, Florida.
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10/20-27,11/3-10
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLCRiCA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 11150
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e November 21, 1961, and to serve
,. ]\ ol ICh answer upon DAVID
:.- n Plaintiff's attorney,
is nih Floor at 101
i i Stre. i. Miami 82, Fl.-r-
r before aald date, as re-
; thi Law s of Florida. If
you SO, the complaint Will
: ial nfessed by you and a
. nfesso ill be ,-ntered
i no ii ii. f ii, maaded
In thi
DATED 11 I 18th day .f tuber.
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ATHKRMAN
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I.. AlUii^NL-ER,
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DAVID F CATSMAN
14th Flooi at 101 E. Flagler St.
Miami 33, Florida
10/20-27, 11/8-10



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k November 3, 1361 r 3, ] fJenist fktrkttan Page 7-B %  D Women "SPltjJ, %  in., ini a or. d B I. and ''licaig ho: Flagler Women Schedule Seminar "The Humorous Year" is the name of ,i skil l be presented by the Flagler Grai a Jewish Center Sisterhood. The skit, in honor of Chanuka. will be si I hursday evening, Now 16, at the Center. Producer is Mrs Gerald Lerer. [wife <>f the Center's spiritual leader. Co-director is Mrs David Hertz, ivho will serve as narrator. Participants include Mesdames Sylvia Gol berg, Mat Braverman, Rimer !'• \ irs, Hyman Coverman, Daniel Lapen, Hyman Malakoff, Robert Schwartz, Edward Peyser, Leonard Goldman, and Robert Whitman, The evening will be climaxed by a candleli^htip-^ ceremony in honor of Chanuka. Beth Tlilah Sisterhood b !l on -1 Nov. 12, at 6 i i mbers Rai'.' %  %  •' • '. I. Dora MRS. GERALD UK9 hnion, Israel Institute of Technology, is the subject under ussicn among (left to right) M. A. Bcukin, chairmen of the ^^ater Miami chapter of the American Technion Society; Dr. ng Lehrman, member of the national board; Mrs. Louis sser, development chairman of the local group; and Julius ak, o! New York, national board member. They're aring two Nov. 14 meetings here for Technion supporters. Adult Program At Beth Sholom i! SO mmittees Finish AJC Arrangement For Annual Meeting Weekend Plans l'cr the ninth annual meeting ol (inater Miami chapter. American Jewish Committee, have bean comjileted, it was announced this u,i'k l.'\ David R. Hochberg and MrJ;.mes R. Kutzman, coChai:";n'n. |h<' larye working committee coordinated the seminars, tings, workshops, social and ts events which will make up weekend session at the Diplohotel on Nov. 13 and 19. •urn early Saturday morning II dusk on Sunday, memoers and ndfl ol the local AJC Chapter devote themselves to the probiBi of "Which Road for American emmars and work seslemberand vistors are welle to attend the seminars and 3 CATERING • BAR '.' • WEDDINGS • PART ES 7446 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. "RtiDf-TO-GQ CC0K5.1 fOOZS PETERSONS STEAK PLACE 7140 S.W. 8lh ST. • CA 1-986} 170 N HI. S*ST. T* 7AM%liRM. 9ll FR 4-2655



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[Friday, November 3, 1331 "^JenisP HorSdliaiF Page 3-3 Mrs. Comay Will be Guest of Honor At Hebrew University Women's Tea M icha e I may. I i Israel's An wad >r to the I : Nations, wi | lest of ,i a tea al ie Ol Mrs. Ratner, 5930 N. Bay rd., on .. 16. permanent reprl sent of Israel • i l \. v. :i < %  ir to Canada from 1953 tnr inigh : Ambassador and Mrs. Comay came from South Africa to settle in Palestine immediately alter • reception will be the first orWorld War II, and played an active ..•ational meetir^ >t Greater imi women who will serve as •sses lor the initial national nee of the women's division American Friends of the Hepart in the dramatic events Leading up to the creation of the new State of Israel During this time, Mrs. Comay served as a driver for the Hagannah. a liaison officer with the .. University of Jerusalem. The British authorities for the Jews be.<• will be heli! at the Amenleaguered in the Old City oi Jeru %  hotel on Jan. 30 to Feb. 3. acsalem and as assistant to a team ng to Mrs. Louis Glasser, of South African medical specialer of the national board of ists caring for wounded soldiers women'.'divis and civil Comay Is • il Israel's Before joining her husband in mding write speakers \,.\v York in Ma) I960, when he assumed his present ambassadorial position, Mrs. Comay was a member of the Hadassah Council in Israel, in charge ol publicity and public relations, and also a member ol the world executive of the womiserved lei Bureau : for the American fortnightly, -•.-.el Speaks," has written major in "Hoi: lay" and other gazines, and is also the author tcripts for documentary films. MRS. MICHAH COMAY 'Harvest Ball' At Beth Shirah < %  she has appeared in scores of cities i :: both nations. Her husband, now For the first social affair of the post-Holy Day season. Sisterhood and Men's Club of Temple Beth Kell known as a lecturer throughen's International Zionist Organ.zashj „ lh wi „ jr „ -Harvest uted State She was also president of the Balr Saturday evening in Sumland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Refreshments, dancing to the music of the Fraternity Four Combo, and prizes for costumed guests will be featured. Mrs. Jack Somberg, acting president, and Louis Greene, Men's Club president, will introduce new members of their groups. Junior Auxiliary Planning 'Gala' Women of the Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged have been busy with preparations f>r their luncheon and fashion pa pres Animal Protection Society of Jerusalem. Mr. and Mrs. Comay have two grown children in Israel, a married daughter, Yael, and a son, Yochanan, who is an artillery officer in the army of Israel. Mrs. Comay has worked closely with the national women's division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She was one ofthe principal speak rale on Nov. 21. They're making fa A „.,, natlona confer [ Women's Chapter sure that this affair will be a suein Pniladelpma I. %  *""**** Plans Reception C issful event. The arrangements and publicity chairmen, Mrs. I. Stanley Levine I • 1 Mrs. Peter Wolf, have been in c se touch with the Deauville hote!. A gourmet menu is being planned. Mrs. Bart ho 11 J. Strauss, executive vice president and general chairman of the luncheon, has arranged the fashion showing. Miss Well, of the Allardale Shop. iJiving her premiere display cf new imports which have just arrived from Paris, R')-::e. and Israel. There will be many prizes award ed. Mrs. Louis Bresler ; .s hospity chairman, rs. Ben Sch lent of the Junior Auxiliary th funcI %  ill start at n the Huh i room of th( Cards follow the fas tow • Jay Red I Mrs. i Furstman are arge ol I .•: Ner Tamid Review Series On Thursday evening, Nov. 9. Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid will begin its annual book reviews with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz giving a critique of "Mill 18," by Leon Uris. The series includes four reviews, from November through Febuary, and is open to the public Refreshments are served following the program. Florida chapter of the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America held a planning meeting recently for a reception to be held Monday, Jan. 15, at the Young Israel Auditorium. Affair will honor rabbis' wives and Sisterhood presidents of affiliated congregations. Program at the meeting included a discussion, led by Mrs. Abraham Levitan, on "How to Develop Yourself as a Leader." Moderator was Mrs. Harry Lerner. of Young Israel of Greater Miami. CANTOR HIRSH MARCH B£IN IN LAKELAN3, FLORIDA The international is ranowned Cantor and Ope*a S'ar-tenor, who officiated as Cantor with 9'eat success the past High Holidays was elected there for" the year. Together with Madam Marchbei-? he was a big hit in a Consert singing Operatic Arias and Duets beside Chazunoth selections of his own compositions. Both artists are available for concerts now and during Passover week. Write P.O. Box 521 Lakeland, Florida or phone MU 6-2788 MAGIC NUMBER FOR SAVERS There's a lime-honored custom amo^j savings institutions of allowing a fun rrj-'Vi dividend earnings on sav : -}s received by the 10th of the morrn. TVs 10 day grace period allows you to pay those bills that come around tha 1st of tha month and still open or add to your account in time to ear" a full month's dividend. WASHIN3TON FEDERAL has always bean happy to grant this 10 day courtesy period to savars. Why not open or add to your account at any convenient WASHINGTON FEDERAL office on or before the 10th of this month. Your savings will aarri dividends from the I st. WASHINGTON FEDERAL SAVIN6S %  if LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI IEACH 1701 Meridian Avenue 1?44 Washington Avenue .1133 Normandy Drive All Olticei : JEll.rton 8-S4S2 JACK O OOHDON A*THU M COUSMON introducing a famous name in juvenile shoes RED GOOSE sizes S% to 8 5.9| sizes 8'* to 12 tt.eMI sizes 12'' to 3 7.f> Beat the drumsl Here co^es another great name to : les grc ng family of ses! Famed For Hie r gre3t per-. a"d fashion sppea Sed Goose provides ms CDrrect support and proper protect an grow -3 •.-ig fa 1 c -"' ? Iee r Bte I ie-up %  : r all Dccasions fro >arty pare--; Complimentary Circus Ticket with Purchase o : Red Goose Shoes. Friday and Saturday C Children's Shoes all ie 3. s i stores In m 3" fourth floor. ". RONDY Black leather i piped m v-h -? Sturdy compoj-• .ole. 5'J to 3 S. SHOP TONIGHT TIL 9:00 p.m.



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Paae 14-3 %  > fcnisHFtcrf'J'fojr Friday. Nove 5^^. Over 300 friends of National Children's Cardiac Hospital paid tribute to Richard I. Berenson, president of the hospital for over a decade and now chairman of the board, at a testimonial dinner last Thursday night at the Seville hotel. Among the many honors bestowed upon the long-time leader in the fight against children's heart disease was this bronze plaque, presented to him bv the current president, Leo Robinson. Claudia McNeil and Sidney Poitier in "A Raisin in the Sun." Miss McNeil, half-Cherokee and half-Negro, who in real life was brought up by a Jewish family, speaks Yiddish fluently and reads Hebrew. She stars with Poitier and Rubv Dee in the prize-winning drama which comes to Wometco s Normandie, Mayfcir, and Sunset Art Theaters on Friday. David Susskind and Philip Rose ~:e the producers. Dental Society Hears Panel Miami Beach Dental S tj met Unger, cardiologist; Dr. I Monday at the Sevil FeaRussin, and tured was a panel dis with ,rvln8 Breaks the following participants Dr Albert al, past presEast .' last Disti Drs. Jerome Hen---, [ire tor of Denial Society, a 1 as moderapathology, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Paul -or. TWIN CITY GLASS CO. GUARANTIED MIRRORS STORE fRONTS FURNITURi TOPS ANTiaU! MIRRORS & RE-SIIVERINC AUTO GLASS INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT 1220 • Uth Street, M.B. Closed Saturday* fL JE 8-6141 Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITLE & Oktract Co. M YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN OADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance C*. C#rfi, SrpJvs £ Reserves f *ce#d $5,000,000 124 SECURITY TRUST 8UIIDWG meJ 136 N.L FIRST STIICT TEIEPH0NE FRanklin M431 Raise Standards, Chapman Says The biggesl single issue In the current Miami city commis n ce is the "vital necessitj" for raising the overall moral standards of th


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Paae 14-3
> fcnisHFtcrf'J'fojr
Friday. Nove
5^^.
Over 300 friends of National Children's Cardiac Hospital paid
tribute to Richard I. Berenson, president of the hospital for
over a decade and now chairman of the board, at a testi-
monial dinner last Thursday night at the Seville hotel. Among
the many honors bestowed upon the long-time leader in the
fight against children's heart disease was this bronze plaque,
presented to him bv the current president, Leo Robinson.
Claudia McNeil and Sidney Poitier in "A Raisin in the Sun."
Miss McNeil, half-Cherokee and half-Negro, who in real life
was brought up by a Jewish family, speaks Yiddish fluently
and reads Hebrew. She stars with Poitier and Rubv Dee in
the prize-winning drama which comes to Wometco s Norman-
die, Mayfcir, and Sunset Art Theaters on Friday. David Suss-
kind and Philip Rose ~:e the producers.
Dental Society Hears Panel
Miami Beach Dental S tj met Unger, cardiologist; Dr. I
Monday at the Sevil Fea- Russin, ...... and
tured was a panel dis with ,rvln8 Breaks "
the following participants Dr Albert al, past pres-
East .' last Disti
Drs. Jerome Hen---, [ire tor of Denial Society, a 1 as modera-
pathology, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Paul -or.
TWIN CITY GLASS CO.
GUARANTIED MIRRORS STORE fRONTS FURNITURi TOPS
ANTiaU! MIRRORS & RE-SIIVERINC
AUTO GLASS INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT
1220 Uth Street, M.B. Closed Saturday* fL JE 8-6141
Complete and Dependable Title Service
IAMI TITLE
& Oktract Co.
M YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN OADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Title Insurance Policies of
Kansas City Title Insurance C*.
C#rfi, SrpJvs Reserves
f *ce#d $5,000,000
124 SECURITY TRUST 8UIIDWG meJ
136 N.L FIRST STIICT
TEIEPH0NE FRanklin M431
Raise Standards,
Chapman Says
The biggesl single issue In the
current Miami city commis
n ce is the "vital necessitj" for
raising the overall moral stand-
ards of th<- area, according to M.
D \like" Chapman, businessman-
candidate in Group Four.
"This runs all the way Horn mak-
ing sure our police department has
the weapons and the will to enforce
our laws, to speeded-up slum clear-
ance, and a renewed coordinated
attack on juvenile delinquency."
explained Chapman.
He pointed to the degeneration
of the downtown Miami business
district as "a sign of the sick-
ness that must be fought with ac-
tion, not words."
Downtown streets that were
once mam thoroughfares are now
practically blighted areas." Chap-
man saui. "This is the hear
our city, and the center of our
county. We must approach this
situation from every possible front
law enforcement, zoning, plan-
ning, public buildings, and others
He pointed out that "The City or
Miami pays huge sums in city,
Melaveh Malkeh Saturday Blood Drive
d Hapoel Hamfcrachi a B*$V fv ,
ter Miami : mr ** OCTF! UCWiC!
it K '-- iel Dr Morris |
3 ii 'venin f the Beth Davi
11 be the organic
a. There s fall I
;. d miss Sol Rashin, 1219 to-be held S
aye., Miami Beach, is In David Social
charge oi arrang
' i
Women Slate
Art Exhibit
Ship-a-Box project of the Natio-
nal Council of Jewish Women. Is-
lands Division, is sponsoring an
art exhibit featuring the work of
Cuban refugees.
The exhibit will b? held Dec. 2
to !'J on 1 inc ill Cuban
ii -. ui I rami< i l -
ia b
[n b M rt Wolk,
L801 SW B3r Mrs
Davi: Berger, 2115 Merid ave
ave.
Morris Atkins a
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Friday, November 3, 1961 V'Jewist! Ff>or//cf*aHn Page 11-A \AJCom. Reports on Arab Boycott Continued from Page 1-A Government is suffering "a loss, refusing visas to American citizen-. „H supply in the Middle East.! 0 i"*5** nd P'^tige" by "at>f the Jewish faith and forbidding i commodating to discrimination 1 hem to debark in some Arab hme simply object on principle t against American citizens by Arab L c a g u e countries; preventing k r eats and foreign dictation. League nations. "Apart from the American servicemen and civilian The Committee .drew., attej^jjon^bljtcklisling oj American firms and employes of the Jewish faith from (he fad thjt the I'nited States Vessels. Arab League nations are serving at an American airbase built in an Arab country with American funds and maintained by the United States," the report stated. At Arab insistence, the U. S. Defense Department also "imposes restrictions on Christian worship in Saudi Arabia," the Committee emphasized. "In that country, U.S. chaplains refrain from wearing crosses, and Catho lie priests wear lay attire in order to avoid offending the reli gious sensibilities of local autho rities," the report said. It pointed out that each and all of these acts, the Committee as-erted. • cieny the equality .of. American citizenship." *••-• •..%  — -. -. V,..! --EILATMODERN ISRAEL AGAIN PARTS THE RED SEA At Eilat, modern Israel is creating its own future. In eight short years a modern Red Sea port has been built bypassing Suez to connect Israel with the waiting markets of Africa and the Far East. Not since Biblical times has the Red Sea played such a vital role in the progress of the Jewish people.Today, the commercial activity of newly created Eilat daily increases Israel's wealth, security and stability. '62MRE? AMERICA'S SURPRISE CAR IS HELPING ISRAEL GROW Visit Eilat to enjoy its swimming and skindiving, and you'll see another reason for Israel's rapid progress -'62 Larks and '62 Champ trucks being loaded for shipment to Africa and the Far East. Mass produced at the giant Kaiser-llin plant at Haifa and identical to the American-made '62 Lark in every way. the Lark not only provides Israel with a valuable export, but with the advanced transportation necessary to rapid progress. Stop in at your Studebaker dealer and you'll discover for yourself many of the reasons the '62 Lark-the Surprise Car of the Year-is so popular with the dynamic IsraelisAdmire the new '62 Lark's fresh trim Fine-line StyHng—the balanced graceful beauty of a fine car. Step through high wide doors to stretch out in the Lark's new inside room-equal to the largest American cars made. Sit in new comfort high, contour tilted seats, surrounded by luxurious new interiors. Test drive the '62 Lark and discover its amazing power-V-8 or Six, up to 225 HP. Ask about the '62 Lark's endurance built construction-the same additional stamina, strength and dependability so important in pioneering Israel can save you handsomely on gas, maintenance and repairs in the U.S. See all eight models of the surprising car that provides Big Car Comfort at Compact Prices-the glamorous '62 Lark by Studebaker. SEE, PRICE, TEST DRIVE, THE SURPRISE CAR OF THE YEAR62IARKENDURANCE BUILT BY STUDEBAKER



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fedcv. November 3. 1961 *"J€ni$f IHk-recfiar> Fcce 15-B r outh Conclave ,!ated Nov. 5 Temple Sinai, of Hollywood, will scene of the first all-day ::ve of the United Synagogue I youth arm of the Southeast u n of thi I nited Syria rogue oi fa ica, the organization of Conervative congregations in the UniEd State, s and Canada, on Sunday. ICY. 5. ry Sussman, chairman of the fcj ral youth commission, this in i K announced that over 250 tcungsters will participate in a prcgram beginning with morning Erviccs and including a brunch, ktudy groups on "Jewish Tradifaonf.** Israeli folk dance instrucpen. program clinics and a concluding friendship circle. Program under the chairmanship of Jaki Jtahl, of Beth David USY. Cindy 'earl, of West Palm Beach, is president of the South Florida region of USY. All Conservative congregations the Greater Miami area may contact Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director of the Southeast region of the United Synagogue, 1075 95th ret.. Bay Harbor Island, for infor[mation and assistance with youth (programs. Jack Brettholtz Dead in N.Y. Jask Brettholtz, of 18725 NW 23rd Norman Seeks Commission Post Richard E. Norman i* a candidate for Miami City Commission. The 46-year-old candidate is making his second try for the post. Norman moved to Miami in 1921 from North Carolina. His father was a practicing physician, who had several business interests. He has worked as a bell-boy. grocery clerk, and butcher. On Pearl Harbor day. he volunteered for Armyservice, but was rejected because he harl lost his trigger finger in an accident. He subsequently volunteered for U.S. Maritime Service, and was accepted. Norman saw duty on munition ships *nd oil tankers, and was decorated a number of times. LEGAL NOTICE Returning to Miami in 1946. he invested his savings of $700 in a parking lot. Today, his expanded ,. operation includes other parking; ave died m a New York hospital ; f aciliticSf garages filling stations on Oct. 9. bonded warehouses, and an importMr. Brettholtz was a member of export business, the Disabled American Veterans Maccabiah Star To be Speaker Miami resident Richard Giller. [who attended the recent world abiah in Israel in September. will f< guest speaker at a com• ting of the Miami: I) -trict. according to Ephraim Collins, president. ...( meeting, which is open to entire community, will take i i en Thursday evening. Nov. 1 : Zamora Jewish Center. Giller, v.ho was awarded the coveted .abiah gc:d medal for weightg, is a former national weightJiiting champion. Following the discussion, the rcw Israeli color film. "The Highesl Commandment," starring Melvyn Douglas, and produced by the American Friends of the Hebrew University, will be shown. Assisting Collins with arrangements are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon. Moses Meyer, Meyer Fine, Louis B. Rudnick, Sam Levine. Pauline Levick, Mrs. I. B. Sacks, Cynthia Collins, J. David Liebman, and Al Quadow. and American Veterans Committee. He also belonged to Dade Heights Jewish Congregation. He is survived by his wife, Gloria; son, Steven Mark; daughter. I Miami. Caron; and two brothers. Fred.! Bronx, N.Y and Charles. Miami. Services and turiai were in Beth David Cemetxy in Long Island, N Y. Norman is a ten-year member of the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce. Norman lives at 229 SW 23rd rd., N THE C FCUIT COURT OP THE 1 TH JUO CIAL C'RCUIT IN AND FOR DACE COUNTY. FLOR.DA. %  N CHANCERY No, eiC 11390 THE s • %  % %  v s < HANK FOR SA> N %  N T HE i"ll V IIK \ !' VV YORK I \\ i \ P 1 1 HALLER and HAZEL DEAN H %  I.IJCR, hia wife, I T>-W '.. I I s NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T< >: PHILIP i i HAULER i HAZEL I>EAN HALLER, hi* w fi Reside! • I'nknown RE Lot s r. Block 2, of LAKESIDE MANi •::. a .. rdlng t" ihi Plai th< r< %  rwoi di d In Plat Book 5." • i 'at • BO, "i the Public Ri ..• i lade County, v loi Ida YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai ., Complainl to foreclose mortgagi on the above-described propert) hat been filed against you and you are required to servi a copj of your answer "i" pleading to the complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, BERNARD It. JAFKE, 1421 South West First btreet, Miami, Florida, and file tinoriginal answer or pleading In th• %  fore the a?ih day of November, 1961. if you fail to do so, Decree Pro Confesso will be taken against you foi th, relief demanded in the complain! to for cloae. Dated at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this 24th day of October, 1M1, K B. LEATHERMAN, <'!( rk of the Circuit Court (seal) By: HELEN KE88LER D puty el, rk 10/27. 11 '8-10-17 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER c C'lTIOUS NAME LAW N. • IS I1EREHY GIVEN %  deal Ing to enga xe In IKII I i In' lii tii ion.name of KEL Mi SIC SALES at 495 B.E 10th %  •: HiRleah, I la.. Intend to n with the Clerk "f the Clriurt of 1 M.i.i 'ounty, Floi I • i \i:v STONE 7.-.-. TI N < WHINS :'.v. I" 13-20-27, 11 :i LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54186 A i i. Batati i ; MINNIE H. WOLMAN %  eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To A i %  ra and AI: Parsi m Ha^ i H n ai di Against Bald I t&te: .:. %  '•••:.. m tifled and re. eaenl any els Im* and dev. •. i may hav< .. ainsi • • estate .i MINNIE II WOLMAN Count if I laili C %  • • .. | at and as %  -. tlon 7! 3 18, f %  Kt.ll %  : • • %  : %  : %  i ad< Floi nths 1 : I %  %  %  : led al :•' 23tl day ci %  %  WOLMAN %  .i i • BIMO: u %  %  %  Rabbi Podet Will Review Novel "Mils 18." bj I eon Uris, wiD be reviewed by Temple Judea's Rabbi Mord< al the horn. oi Mrs. Irvii ron. 8('R Jeronimo dr.. Cert: Gables, at 8:30 p.m Wednesday. Funds raised will be used for the Temple'.' youth program. Mr.'. A. Dav:d Goldberg is Sisterhood president. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C 11866 ANDREW RAFANELLO, Plaintiff, vs. ANNA RAI'ANELLO,, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You Anna Rafamllo. address a ral residence 896 Ridge Straet, Newark, Nw Jersey, an required to file your answer to the complaint with the clerk of the abovi Court and aerv< a copy thereof to Herman Cohen, Attorney, 1305 Congress Building, Mil ml S2 Floi Ida, on or b< foi i i>< • mbi r -t. lag] ;-. Bull will be taken as ..., a, i. t( ,i o tober Slat, ir.ci. • RMAN Clerk the Cii lit C rt K M 1.YMAN. %  aty Clerk 11 -10-17-J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that %  -ii Ing • %  i ngagi In %  • STATE I/IQl'i 'RS #7, al nun b. -. | 67th Street In the CII: f North Bei Floi • %  • %  %  %  %  r the said nami with the Clerk of • cin lit Ci url of Dade M ay of Octobi Ml SA M i !:':' !'.:.' ,'.Y ZCKERN CK • v. In Rd Beach, 1 ia. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undei gned desiring to engagi In business under tin flctltioui name* of Club Plai Bali %  Co.; Miami Beai h C ntract Carpet ,-.Flooring Co., at Florida ii t. mis to n g%  %  with the <':• ik of the Cii ill '"curt of l >ade c 'ounts Ida. '. 8. C VR1 ET Cl RP .. ; • Sole Owni Sll 'X!> EFRi >NS >N At torn*.\ 11 Si I • •27,1 "NOTICE BY PUBt I CATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLCRDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 10822 KOKI NELSON, l la nl ff, \ MORRIS NELSON, I ;. Ihiallt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti •: MORRIS NEL8I >N 61s Northshore Road Ni.] folk, Virginia You are hereby notified that „ Mill of Complaint for Divorce has Been filed against you. and you ar required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the mil of C >mplaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. Manuel Zaiae, 1408 Congress Huillim;. Miami, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the -'"th day of November, r.o'.l If you fall to do so, jiiilmn. %  ..• by default iii be taken against you (or the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint, This notice shall be published omo each week for four consecutive weaka in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND oiU'KitKO at Miami, Florida, thla 16th day of Oct 'b-r. A D 1961. i: R LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Clrcuil Court, Dade County, Flo.-'da (seal) Bj : C, I. ALEXANDER, I leputy Clerk MANUEL /Al \'Attornej ( %  •! I'laintiff in 20-27. 11 :;-l" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE ELEVENTH JL'D'C'AL CIRCUIT CF FLORIDA. iN AND FOR C'CE COL'NTY IN CHANCERY No. 6'C ""684 'HAK Z %  %  %  i J. %  hi I I. • THB C RCL TCCC c^^-E ELrVFM-rH JUDICIAL C RCUIT CF FLCRICA M AND FOR "DE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C •"' %  -6 I.': %  %  "Wi: : fLER At": Deft Qdant, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 1(j % % %  :.; TTLER AULD .. • i. Si:, el %  i 1 -r ARE -' required to Answer to the : :\ r Divorce upon tlfl •:.."• v %  %  • • NEt Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, J';. : %  ind nil '.:.' %  • u — %  % % %  %  trk of h i" < for Dade County, FlorI rt< :< the Mlth oay ol November, Ktl In default of wl Pi Confesao may !•• • lered ..i alnst ., %  16th day of % %  t< b< I j.: 1THERM I N. ..: ( *ait. Iiaue County, Florida I'y: 1> SNHEDEN Deputy eh : k ) All. KWITNEY, Atty. t.U Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 10/20-37, 11/3-10 • : %  NO" CE BV FUBL1CA: 'J ITTO rro %  %  yon, A: %  %  %  Tl • :Feel I thi %  '•• • • .. • south : % %  .--.'-• % % %  the •%  of the f • ; 60 feel %  Tg feel the svv W of the KW i of th" S< tl n I ~ : R 41 I : • : urnituri then You an answer oi • Iffa' AtU rnej. Sheldon N rhuk lilding, Mil and file the original In tne offici of thi %  • %  %  thi ..i before the 4th ai 1961, and J %  BHEIy] ON N. LELCHTJK, Esq. rni :• f< r p:aintiffs 305 Blsciyne Building Miami, Florida 11. 3-",0-l7-:>.4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW Ni rTICE IS HEREBY IIVEN thai • %  mdera gni d, desiring ti • ngagi in rid, r tin flctitii ..nai BAM RON AMUSEMENT CO al 215S \\V 77th Terrace. Miami 47 intend to register said nam it': th. Clerk cl the circuit Court of Dadt County. Fli i da ELI Rl 188 D1STR1BUTI R8, INC '. VIRGINIA PETROC1NE 4 BEIGEL, TEITELMAN 4ALBERT Attorneys for Applicants 1462 W. Flagler St. 11/8-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ih,undersigned, desiring ti engage In neaa under the flctltioui nami of KILT Kit KINO al P.O. Bog 6463, North Miami Beach, Florida Intends rei ster said name with th. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad< Ci Florida NATHANIEL POL1N LEBF AANKU8 attorneys foi Nathai i Polln : -17-24 •NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAV.E LAW TI "K is HEREBY GIV1 N %  ... i :; i n thi tH %  RNER I .!..%  %  % %  :%  Millcl r, tel>C s 1 registei %  thi I la NA r -than Sat ka • NOTICE .'>:t1 % %  C.S NAME -•• % % %  HERE! J thai the ,m %  %  ..•-. %  • L • • %  I ... the fictitious nami file Not I swer • i. at tl NOT CE OF APPLICATION -C c TAX DEED F. e 52238 \. • i rei (ilven thai Na%  .. : %  .i -..--.: %  • t.f City of Mia Bale Certil N mil • %  • lei thi st day ol ha fill Certil and has made application' 1 u, • %  le thereoi In ai Jaid Ci lowing den I nl ir rty, situated In i >ad< i ount) Lot 15, I:l. ck C s.:i divlf : of 1 be i wle Millei Tract Adi Itl n N iml • i i %  '.• Plat Cook 1 'agi i he City ol Miami. < 'ounty i : I ... • Stati ol Florida Thi assessment ol said property undi r ih, Certil Issui d waa in ihi nami of Unknown. Unless said Cerite shall !• redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issui thereon on th. 29th cay oi November, A.D. 1961. Dati .i thla 25th iL.s ..f 11, tub, r, A.D 1961. r i LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, i ••• i •• nt). Poi Ida (seal) Bi i: M LEEPER Leputy Clerk 10/L'7. 11/3-10-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 10861 %  i:.\-i !. %  S kVINGS BANK IN 'i HE v OF NEW YORK, a New York banking cori I • Plaintiff '. -i • %  .\v Dei NOTICE CF S^ T ; %  ACK BAILEY I K •:. ,i-!Y • wlfi %  .'. Street South %  na Y. >V AR1 ED thai .. • irh t a gainst you '. .! \NK IN Y Ol NEW YORK i • % %  %  • %  to fon %  • TIt'N To h t thereof, n flat 1 • %  %  • • %  • • Florida %  2LR: YL I • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 11143 NEW YORK SAVINGS HANK. ., listing undei the aws i %  State of New Yi i k. tiff, \ t El W 1 \ CHARLES ALEXANDE %  v ants NOTICE OF SU T TO: LAHYS ALEXANDER i o Mrs M !' % % %  10 N, I'lunk ltd. I urgh, Ni w York Yi •'.VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has bi • n brought against you u NEW YORK SAVINGS HANK, in %  i.. above-i ntltled Court, to for. .-lose a morti ag< i ncumbering the following %  i. scrll' 6 prop* rt} to-wll i Lot 28. Block 8, CAROL CITY GARDEN, ai irdlng to the plat thereof, recoi di d In Plai Booh 65, at pag. 121, ..f the public record! ol i >ai Coui ty, Florida; Togethi : ith. \v. stlnghouse RefrigeratorModi l No. DM-11; and you are required to file your answer with the Clerk of the circuit Court of i>ade county. Florida, at the Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or before November 21, 1961, and to -erv,\ of such answer upon I'AV'IO F'. CATSMAN, Plaintiffs attorn.y. whose address is 14th noor at ioi Bast Flagkar Street, Miami 32, HocIda. on or before said date, as requlred by the Laws of Florida. If you fail to do so. the complaint will i,. tak.ri as confessed by you and a i... ,,. pro Confesso win be entered aga nst you for the relief demanded in the complaint. DATED this lMh day ol <>.-lober, 1961. F B LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court I •...!.County. Florida C. I. ALEXANDER I'. put v I 'lerk DAVID P CATSMAN • 101 K. Flagler St. i Ida 10/20-27. 11 "8-10 %  • • • • %  %  RT E K U'FMAN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CC RT IN AND FOR DADE COUN"Y, FLORIDA. IN PROEATE No. £4016-B stati of RY DIAMONI WEi: I.ii. NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To All Iredlti rs and AH I i •• Havaims or 1 %  > luandi t Bald Esta! ... i I to | resi nt i hlch you ti ay nsv. agaii si stati of M A R Y D 1 A MON 1' WE1NBERG deceased late of la, ti ;hi C iunty J • Dadi aty, % %  < %  •' %  till thi same .n thi ffiqes in the i i untj :, i lade County, I ni nths fron thi it< of an :, 01 the %  THELMA PERLOW :tl iX SAMUEL STEEN, Att< • Itmore Way Coial Gables, Florida JO, 1.7, 11/3-10-17 .... tc servi a copy t %  '• .. .... Htreel Miami I Flop W8 of Mori %  mi • he taken ai %  %  ,•• i rou for the relief di ; %  DATED this 1961. 1' B LEATHERMAN • K % %  LTMAN, '.erk DAVID P. CATSMAN 14th Moor er St. -.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NO' 5 HEREBY Sll %  %  : • DADE 'I -;'N CT at P.O. I ;, id name "'erk of the Cirouit Court of Dade .-, Florida. >.-ON le Owner 10/20-27,11/3-10 IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLCRiCA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 11150 RVICES LIFE \ ..MI'AN Y. a company .. business Wasl D.C., %  %  : .EN • • al, NOTICE OF SU "r \ .. >EN a d i.' >SLYN •: his wife ( ence Unknown. REBY NOTIFIED i SI IRVICI IS L.IFE INi ..\i PAN Y. In the ab it to I %  he follow Ing di -wit: 87, of FOURTH i s TO PALM b i' R I NOS S BECTION "1"', acli :, the plai thereof, re..! Book t;2. ai page ft, ,i | m di of l lade ( ounty, 1 i. %  : irod to file your %  ... •!.. Ck ik ..f Ihi I ircuit • i County, Fkjrlda, at the Court.' MlanST, Horida, on or e November 21, 1961, and to serve ,. ]\ ol ICh answer upon DAVID :.N Plaintiff's attorney, is nih Floor at 101 i i Stre. i. Miami 82, Fl.-rr before aald date, as re; thi Law s of Florida. If you %  SO, the complaint Will : ial nfessed by you and a nfesso ill be ,-ntered i no ii ii. f ii, maaded In thi DATED 11 I 18th day .f • • %  t uber. I ATHKRMAN r the Cln i • '• inty, Flonda I.. AlUii^NL-ER, .'l*k DAVID F CATSMAN 14th Flooi at 101 E. 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*". %  •*.." :~.?liai;.j.=s for riday. November 3. 1961 +Jenisti Hcrldian Page 13-A JEWISH MORALISTS FROM HAROKEACH Eleazar Ben Judah of Worms (1 3th century) Mv son, wholly incompatible with a humble sfirft is loud and passionate tal\. falsehood, uttering cf oaths. moc\ery, unrestrained desire, lengefulness. Cea.se to exalt thyself in thine own estimation, and let' hone' oj thy failings appear small or trifling in thine own eyes, but all of them weighty and great. Keep far from all unseemly things; flo.se thine eyes, thy ears to them with stern decision; fur there re desires which cause tlie soul to hi apostate from Cod. Therefore m the days when thou art stil : < %  think ''f the Heat enly ^ %  ho created ihee, clothed ihte, and requite Him not, u-.i• ,. bj delu t ring up tft> i >u nd n faithful %  : : • %  : thyself i %  ''• • ...:-,: bi a 0 .•',' %  tt net that u ; %  • ... i %  ... %  %  3n OL &Jm Of JHiami i Religious JZif* Let Us Bury Our Idols Before They Can Bury Us W--t* >_/coe>r? w L^em croafion By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Conge-nation Beth El In this week's portion we read, "And Abraham came to mourn lor Sarah." Our sages ask, "From whence did he come?" "'From the burial of his father Terach," states one opinion. "From Mount Monah," states another. As Abraham stood at his wife's grave, looking back at their fine life together, filled with much achievement, he might well have asked, "From whence did I come?" What brought about his success in elavating his generation to a new, civilized way of life? The answer is. he succeeded in tv o gr< al challenges, First, he the burial of Terach, ucceeded in destroying the idols i lh which ins father was and w hich enslaved the hearts oJ men to the tinsel-like glitter of false and futile gods. Secondly, be came Irom Mount Moriah — symbolic of sacrifice. Abraham knew that belief in the Lord and in His laws of morality and justice, \i ->.. .Service* O"h i B UJeetdenJ Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Flor.d.an not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. AH releases received after that tfme wiirbe returned as proot or leases received after their lateness. nnhirai "Harm 7int:x*nn (12) mfesro^fltf jftspmA D"CJ# ,D"ntf (9) mflft T 1 T V • T : T : • : .n-nipa (8) nratf 1 ? inn TIT T *" T S niaitfnn n-rmn •? nv 1 ?? •*: ~ T : ~ ~ T : T ni-5 ^?T*9 ^n "^s? T : • T T : T : bt rrtjrjwn *rnto .nyaen ZTZIZ1 12X1 ITTteOTlil "23 • T : T : T : : • ~ •• : D*:-:rn %  ?# o^rsa ""rnfoa .... v T T ..... .i""-i DHWH ,n n^Brri "*?sm n-a'roian ^xarin .... ... T T .0*33 • T \mMa man nna raxim) TRANSIAT/ON AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. Friday B:M p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "The Will to Uve and to Struggle." — • — ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. R. Yusko. president. — • — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W Lipson. Friday 8:18 P"' Sermon: "Life's Tasks." Saturday 9 a.m %  %  : mon: "The Days "i" Our Years." Bar Mltsvah: Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs, I uliaii VV Inkle • — BETH EL. 501 SW 17th ave. Orthodcx. Rabbi Sr.lcmon Schif. '• i uia) %  :3u |i in. -. ., Planning the 'utun • BETH EMETH. "22 r -0 NW 2rd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Canter Hyman Fine. i laj -ii p.m. Sei %  • i \ Mai Baturdaj I ...Ml. — • — DETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie IVt. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. FVUlay : 20 p.m Hal in daj 9 a n i mon: 'Ni • iled: 'I'orah Inn Hi i luala .:.. enbi • u. ••! I!ha lemon must be accompanied by a willingness to sacrifice. He was thus i_prejaV/ W RabW l 'oerahon a WeTnh %W bliabbal al | %  i GEMS OF WISDOM Tfif heavens are the heavens of the Lord, bur the earth has He j gtt'eii to the children of men. PSALMS. One generation noes, another ration comes, but the abides forever earth I i i i I• kABbi SOLOMON SCH'ft our sacrifices Cantor Maurice Mamches. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.. Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president. P" pared to offer his son. Isaac, upon the alter at Mount Moriah, to affirm .,„.,;, .,< Ladle* Ones Us faith. %  Abraham knew that only through both — Ihe destruction of idolatry, BETH JACOB and the willingness to sacrifice, could his goals be achieved. We, too, stand at a milestone. Next week will mark the forty-second anniversary of the signing of the Armistice, which ended one of the bloodiest wars in history. We stand at the grave of millions oi shattered Ireams and broken bodies, and a ; ro ^ l i 25 ^ and guts. If. however, we are still floundering in our hopes for peace, I jj Pl and Mm. Jami e t1ern. it is because one of the points in Abraham's two-point program has not CORAl WAY JI^ISH CENTER been achieved. We have not yet buried the idolatry of Terach. Man 8755 sw ieth st.. Miami. Rabo. Samstill worships the idols of prejudice, hatred, greed, power, and aggresuei April. Cantor Gersnon Levin. sion — idols which enslave his mind, and frustrate his yearnings for •"';;•'• -v ,• "'; %  %  '!! '• %  % %  p m ><><< %  %  .. ,-,, .LI LJ %  •!. %  r i ... i 'li.ni.i Conduct. Saturoay 9 a.m. nai peace. It is such idols which have bred within us a false set ot values — 7 .< %  L.'Til oj %  i •' "i m *' ie 'h' .,. he | Ssei d b> all men APOCRYPHA. • • • () I •. t. .... otn "'i you ... uiil b< "' "'•' %  EN IACOI Wh. v. cr i i .. %  %  • stands u hoi • %  ^r, u ... Whdtl • Otl earth f % ..:•: be tanctifled t" NOAM 1 IME1 I'll. %  'i I wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabci Samuel Mendelowitz e — rida/ 8:30 p.m Saturday 'J %  < m. 301-311 Washington Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. ; TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabhi Leon Kronish. Canter David Conviser. morality by megaton might, and faith by fallout fear. If our civilization is to attain its elusive goals, we must bury our idols, lest they bury us. Through waging a militant and resolute war, not between man and man, but lather between man and his built-in idolatry, we will yet see the day when our long hoped for goals will be realized. In that day. man's passion for peace, and hunger for harmony, will at last be satisfied. Mltivah: Ricky, i ..--I. r Ilaaer. When the anil-Semite on Barth will be Burled." and NE nth [ Saturdaj 10:45 a m. 'TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry b. Wernick. — • — TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Canter Hirsch Adler. • — TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Retorm Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday B:1S p-.m. Bermon: "My Impreaalona of Jewe and Judalam In ftaJ John B Turner, president <>r United Fund of Dade County, will speak on "I>ooklng F> rw.ird," in honor ol United Fund Sabbath. A Mr. iir.. I Mre DADE HEIGHTS JEW.SH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Corservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. TEMPLE JUDEA." 320 Palermo ave. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Friday S:30 p.m. Sermon: "The I pviday B IS p.m. Bermon: "Jewish Stream* %  •; Torah." Coneecration i | logien Art Thej Real or PlotlonSud&y Rchool utudenta. Saturda) • • n,, They Harm or Help? A Step a.m. Sermon: "Portion ui thi Week Toward Clarity." Saturda) 10:80 : %  "i FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 5^st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald Ltrer. hViday ". :;'i and 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "How Jewish Are Our Homes?" Satui day 9 a.m. M tzvah: Marc, son "f Mr. and Mrs. Mar\ In Kupi rman. • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramc* tj. Cantor Edward Klein. By RABB Why is the flame of the Havdalah g This pane is prepared in eo cancfle or Saturday night j operation with the Spiritual LeadHOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. I2OI! T EMPLE SINAT OVNORTH r The Roman Theatre at Bet Shan Net far from the stage, a small luilding was discovered which had ; number of rooms that evidently served as robing-rooms for the actors. The theatre has 12 rows of forms for the spectators and nine gates *hose height reaches eight meters. The gates are constructed of ba' %  alite of exact shape and have not uffered demolition till today. According to all signs, Bet Shan was a large and important city. It dominated the important roads jn the region and the fords over the Jordan, and was center of government for the whole vicinity. The archaeological remains of Bet Shan tcke us over history, and we meet relics of the enterprise of Canaa"ites, Philistines, Jews and Greeks, Romans, Moslems and Crusaders. (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) I got a religion that trams to la\e heaven out of the clouds end plant it right here on the earth whtre most of us can get a slice 0/ it. BHAW. The place whereon you stand is holy gruund. .. ... i ers of the Greater Miami doused in th residue of the : cd! Assn. wine left over after drinking the cup of Havdalah wine? Rdbbi RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Gems of Vi/isdom HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 555 W. 4&th st.. Hialeah. Reform. Rabbi Marios Ranson. FYIda> 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Gentlli p. ; TO Semltlsm' .inri the Changing .-'•.iTu... of American Jews and ; lam." TEMPLE NER TAMID. 60th st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gc-mbera. di B:1S p.m. Sermon: "The BynaroEue Ihi Answer to Jewish Burvlv;ii." Consecration service for new families, Saturda) 8:45 a.m. |< % %  ll'.II. M.II III i llil II II Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. Friday 8:30 p.m, Bar Mltxvah celebration of Jewish v\;ir Veteram of Hollywood. Memorial service for four chaplains. Ones Bhabbat hosts: Auxiliary of the JWV. — • — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW Sbth ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday 5:48 and vir. p.m. Bermon: "The Priestly Blessings." Baturday S:3 a.m. liar Mltsvah: Bradford, son ..f Mr. ;iini Mrs. Albert Winston. This custom is practiced so as to demonstratte that the Havdalah candle was not an ordinary flame lit for mundane purposes; but rather a flame lit exclusively for the performance of a religious act. Some consider this practice a the sweet aroma of t h e candle means ol uniting the two elements ( doused in the wine used for the Havdalah, i.e. the candle and the wine. „,. .. Why is it customary to rub some Others claim that this practice ^ the wine ov#r the eye |ids indicates that even if the light i after d Bernstein, TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructiomst. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cpn'.or Herman Gottlieb. %  :1 P.m. Sermon: "Na .'• wish Book Monti \ • %  • -, vi Onea Bhabl at hi .%  10 10 .; %  .. %  %  ] % %  ., 1 I Sarah, the Uri Ma12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. Friday s:ir. p.m. Sermon: "Death, Paith and Megatons." Saturday u a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Welner. — • — TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. Sunday school students Saturday 8:S0 i< i i ••* Age?" Ones Shabbal hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Jack K.-ldman. Saturday 9 a.m. Bermon: "Weakly Portion." — • — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Priday sis p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. Priday S::tu pm. Bermon: "The Llvea of Matriarchs." Oneg siiabbat host: Phi Delta Gamma Council. — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6600 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. Prlda) 8:30 p.m. Bermon: "After Warrlagi In the Days .'f Isaac and In i'inown Day." Ones; Shabbat host: Sisterhood. Baturday 9 a.m. Bacmon: "The Three Lives of Sarah." — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Priday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "American Education." Saturday ;• a.m. YOUNG ISRAEL." ~990 NE 171 mt. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. %  SansAaaBnirii:!i!:in;:. r mr"mini HIII n11 IIIM CAUDLEltGHTING TIME I 24 Heshvan — 5:23 p.m. TEMPLC BETH SHOLEM of II, a^HlMlllillil0iiiiiiniiiiH



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Friday. November 3. 1961 fJewlsti fhcrkhun Page 13-B v '* ?%*——JR. '-^'i ML ii i"^ "^if' f 21' > ^^ Mayor Robert King High, of Miami, gets ready to cut the tibbca officially dedicating the new S4,59J,000 Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in csre.-ucnies at the new medical facility last Sunday. Ho; ii-.g the ribbon in the dedication 1 : c-ie Dr. Morton Halpern, County Commissioner Robert Haverfield, Cedars administrator Sanford K. Bionstein, Mayor High, Stanley C. Myers, Sidney Aronovitz, E. Albert Pallot, Dr. Mx-ris B'nu. Mrs. Nat u "i-> T c -' "" Sapiro, Mrs. Sapiro, Samuel J. Spector, and Ljuis Hirs ... ecfers of Lebanon Opened in Dedication >av Ceremonies at Medscal Center Site C lars of :. sbati in Hospital was k all; prea HI sd > the Grcaler Miami community Sunday i:i dedii erem he hospital's lite in *he Metropolitan Medical enter. The $-1,500,003 non-profit, non-seclarian Institution • %  ipresented to Miami Mayor Rnbert King High ind County Commission Chairman Robert M. Hi. ir i by Stanley Myers, chairman of the Cedars joard of trustee; Now open to the public for inspection, £edari will begin treating the ill of Dads county in a matter )i weeks;* In hi • r*rnar'*s of greeting, Sarm-el T. Sap*' 1 *, Cedars president, explained that the top three floors of th institution have not yet been eomp'ared but that plans call for their onpletion as soon as the need>i monies become available. Cedars will ultimately offer 282 beds and 30 Inby bassinets. The 1: ispital "is bj.it simply," explained Sapiro. "No heavy expenditures were made for lavish del >r At Cedars, the big nitlay went into purchasing the finest and most efficient equipment available to save lives." The Opening Day ceremom.s were followed by a nbbon-cuttmg ritual and then a selt-guided tour through the hospital. A 300-lb. Dedication Day cake, baked by Jack Goldstein, of Town restaurant, was served. The top two layers were sent to patients at Variety Children's Hospital. Chairman of the ceremonies was Sidney Aronovitz. Rabbi Norman Shapiro, of Beth David Congregation, delivered the invocation, and Dr. John H. Haldaman, pastor of Allapattah Baptist Church, offered the benediction. United States Secretary of Health. Education and Welfare Abraham Ribicoff sent the following message: "Congratulations to all those associated with the new Cedars of Lebanon Hospital of Greater Miami. In a concerted effort to meet growing reeds in the field cf med : cine, we depend upon the gpr.erous enterpriu of ever/ private citizen. And we are most certainly encouraged by today's e'edication in Greater Miami. The opening cf this fine new instituton contributes significantly to "One Good Term Deserves Another" CONTINUE THE STEADY PROGRESSIVE GROWTH 05 DADE COUNTY'S SECOND LARGEST CITY RETURN Victor i\ ## Vic WILDE TO YOUR HIALEAH COUNCIL Nov. 14th Pull LEVER 7-A THANK YOU" —I'd. Pol. .-.'lv. CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUE IS LOOKING FOR A PERSON TO TAKE CHARGE OF BTS CATERING DEPARTMENT App!y Mr L, Box 2973, Miama 1 LEVER 2-A Elect it JACK" M. CHERRY YOUR HIALEAH COUNCILMAN Resident of Hialeah-Dade County Area 37 years. Married, 2 children. Member—North Hialeah Baptist Church. Schooling—Miami Edison High & U. of Miami. Successful Hialeah Businessman. Board of Directors—Hia'eahMiami Springs Kiwanis Cub. Board of Directors—HialeahMiami Springs Y.MC.A. Nialaali-Miami Springs C. of C— Civic Affairs Comm D.A.V. (H;a!eah)-A.G.R.A. -Hialeah P B.A.-D.A H Working Man—Businessman. Pull LEVER 2-A NOVEMBER 14 the health service for yowr community and to the strength of the nation. Best wishes tor a most successful future." Among the notable personalities attending the ceremonies were Florida Secretary of State Tom Adams, State Auditor Bryan WilitS, and Irving McN'ayr. Dade county manager. John Buckley, administrative assistant to Rep Dante Faseell. County Commissioners Jack H. Beekwith, Ben C. McGahey, Frank O. l'ruilt. and Charles F. Hall were ilso in attendance. Representing some of Dade county's municipalities were Coral Gables Mayor Robert I. Searlc. (ioklen Beach Mayor Nicholas Berkos. West Miami Mayor Edmund T. Cooper, and Bal Harbour Mayor Herbert II. White. Sunrise Chapter | Fashion Show Sunrise chapter, an auxiliary group of t h e American Medical Center, which helps raise funus tor patient care and cancer research, 1 is holding a luncheon and fashion show at the Seville hotel Friday. Fall sweater fashions, coordinated by Mrs. Max Kern. Donnor Fashions of Mialni, will be sHbwn! Members of the group who will model are Mesdam s Samuel Bernstein, Harry Barson, Murray Geyer, Richard Helfman. Macey Keyes, and Jack Goldswortb. Chairmen for the day are Mrs. Howard Katzen and Mrs. Matey Keyes President of the organization, which also serves at Jackson Memorial Hospital., is Mrs. Richard Pallot. £** Vote To Promote STEVE from Chairman—City of Miami Planning and Zoning Board Miami City Commissioner (In The Vacancy — Group 5) HE HAS THE EXPERIENCE fd. M. Advt. RE-ELECT VERN0N J. ASHLEY TO HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL "Six Years Your Councilman" Pull LEVER 1 A November 14th -IM !•••! AdV. f Too old to buy insurance? Being over 65 is no barrier to the purchase of new lite insurance. And for many people in their sixties or seventies it can be a very wise "buy." Here's an example. A man age 75, has a substantial number of investments. At death, estate taxes will have to be paid. To raise the cash, income-producing assets have to be sold, often with severe losses to the beneficiaries. Life insurance can prevent this loss by providing the necessary cash. 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