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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"Jewish FioirIidliaii
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 34 Number 45
Miami, Florida, Friday. November 10, 1961
Two Sections Price 20*
Israel Worried Over German Developed Rocket for Nasser
JERUSALEM (JTA> Israeli,
rcles expressed grave concern
is week over reports that Egypt,
ith the help of a West German
ientist at Stuttgart, has devel-
>ed a rocket similar to the Nazi
2 rocket which Hitler used to
uzz-bomb" London near the end
World War II.
E Mt, according to the reports.
- already constructed a new V-2
rocket with a 250-mile range, capa-
ble of reaching almost any part
ot Israel. Israelis fear this new
rocket program may lead to a re-
newed arms race in the Middle East
region.
According to reports reaching
Israel, Nazi technicians, who
worked in secret German plants
producing the V-2 rocket under
H tier's regime, proposed to Uni-
ted Arab Republic President
Gamal Abdel Nasser that they
produce a similar rocket for him.
When Nasser supported the pur-
pesal, the Nazis approached Prof.
Eugen Saenger, head of the Jet
Propulsion Research Institute at
Stuttgart, West Germany, who
provided them with the necessary
technical and scientific data.
West German authorities, learn-
ing of Prof. Saenger's aid to the
] Nazis working for Nasser, have
suspended the professor from his
post, according to information
reaching here.
Israel has meanwhile ordered
about 40 French Mirage-3 jot fight-
'.r plar.es "in view of the need to
match Arab aircraft," the Guard-
ian of Manchester reported Tues-
day in a dispatch from Tel Aviv.
According to the Guardians cor-
respondent, military tensions in Is-
rael have "eased noticeably'" since
Syria broke away from the United
' Arab Republic recently. "The sub-
; -cquent survival of King Hussein
in Jordan, against all the for.;-
,sts," the dispatch continue!,
Continued on Page 8 A
Soviets Arrest Three
Prominent Community
Leaders in Leningrad
NEW YORK (JTA) Three
leaders of the Jewish community j
in Leningrad have been arrested,
and one of them was sentenced to1
12 years' imprisonment, after
closed trials on charges of being
-.cret agents" and carrying on'
"treasonable" activities, the New-)
York Herald Tribune reported here, j
The report was written by Row-
land Evans, Jr.. a Washington cor-:
respondent for the New York
Herald Tribune, who returned re-'
cently from an 8.000-mile tour of
the Soviet Union. The arrested men
are reported to be Gedalia Rubino-j
vich Pechersky. former lay chair-.
man of the Leningrad Jewish com-,
munity; and Jews named Dynkin
According to the correspond-
ent, Mr. Pechersky was put on
trial on or about Oct. 9, his trial
lasting four days. He had been
arrested in June, accused of
"crimes against the State." Mr.
Pechersky was for years "the
outspoken advocate of Jewish re-
lirj'ous life," the report sayd.
He was elected to the leadership
of the Jewish religious communi-
ty of Leningrad in 19SS, immedi-
ately after the death of dictator
Josef Stalin. Leningrad has a
Jewish population of 250,000, but
not all of them are "practicing"
or religious Jews.
The head of the Leningrad State
Committee for Religious Affairs
SEN. STUART SYMINGTON
. .. praises Ebon
U.S. Emissary
In Top Talks
Algeria Jewish
Leader Killed;
Terror on Rise
HEAW MIGRATION ANTICIPATE
PACE 11 A
PARIS(JTA)Two prominent Algerian Jews were killed and a
third was shot and seriously injured Sunday, culminating a week of
high terror during which more than 20 plastic bombs were exploded in
Jewish homes and shops in the capital of Algiers and in other sections
cf Algeria.
and Kaganov. whose first names j,pproved (he election of Mr. Pe-
could not be established by Mr.
Evans. Continued on Page 2-A
Lebanon to Expel
Plans Special
Jews;
Measures
The deaths were attributed to the
OAS, the French underground
which opposes Algerian indepen-
dence as proposed by President
Charles de Gaulle.
JERUSALEM (JTAi Phil- The dead were David Zermati,
lips Talbojt. American Assistant 54 president of the Jewish corn-
Secretary of State for Near Eastern munity of Setif. a provincial city
Affairs, continued his talks this of about 42.000 population; and Dr.
week with Mrs. Golda Meir. Is- Joseph Cohen. 32. a well-known
rael's Foreign Minister. He also Algiers physician. The injured
met with Prime Minister David man. who is in serious
JERUSALEM(JTA)Preparation for. the expulsion of Jews and
'other foreigners" from Lebanon are now being made by the Lebanese
government, according to a report from Beirut carried this week by
I Arab New.; Agency. Other "special measures" are also being con-
templated, the report said attributing
sources."
Uen-Gurion.
Sen. Stuart Symington was guest
of honor at a reception tendered
by Education Minister Abba
Eban. The Senator extolled the
Continued on Page 5-A
condition
after having been shot through the
neck, is Yossef Perez, warden of
the synagogue in the Casbah at
Algiers.
The shooting of Perei was
Continued on Page 5-A
the informa'.iun to "official
Mapai Suffers
Losses
Heavy
TEL AVIV (JTA) For the
first time in the 40-year history
cf union of thi southern division
of the Israel Electric Corporation,
the Mapai representation was re-
The steps will be taken in order
"to prevent subversive action
against the state," the report
stated.
Lebanon has 10.000 Jews, ac-
cording to some experts, while
other Jewish sources maintain that
the population there has dwindled
to between 7,000 and 8.000 Jews.
Through the years since the re-
birth of modern Israel in 1948.
there have been various official
actions against Lebanese Jews, ac-
cused of being members of pro-
Eichmann Verdict Dec. 15;
Reading to Take Six Days
JERUSALEM tJTAiIsrael's three-man court, which tried former
Gestapo Col. Adolf Eichmann for crimes against the Jewish people
and crimes against humanity, by heading up the Nazi regimes "final
solution" of the Jewish problem at the cost of 6.000.000 European Jew
;sh lives, is expected to hand down its verdict about Dec. 15.________
The four-month long trial of
: Eichmann ended last Aug. 14. The
I judges were reported to be
pleting their deliberations.
corn-
It is
expected that the court's verdict
will be handed down in a docu-
ment running to about 5C0 pages.
Continued on Page 16-A
Correspondents from news serv-
So. Africa Debate Brings Arab Anti-Israel Blast
duced this week to the status of a, Israel spy rings- or violating the
tiny minority. anti-Israel economic boycott.
A record of 90 percent of the Meanwhile, the Egyptian govern
utility's 2,000 workers swamped
Mapai in the voting, ousting 21 of:
Mapai's 24 representatives on the
Workers' Council. Even the three
Mapai representatives who sur-
vived the anti-Mapai tide belonged
to the internal opposition within,
the Mapai faction. UNITED NATIONS(JTA)Another bitter exchange between Is-
Mapai was opposed by a united \ rael anci one 0 the Arab delegations took place here this week, when
front of members of a defunct Ac-, Ambassador Arieh Eshel, Israel's deputy permanent representative and
tions Committee which led strikes hJs country-s representative in the General Assembly's Special Political
gaitut the utility earlier this year.; CommiUee ciashed with Lebanon's Ambassador to Washington, Nadin
The heavy anti-Mapai vote was at- .. '
tributed in part to the actions of Uimecnme.
the Mapai faction ia persuading. The committee is currently dis-
workers to call off a 24-hour strike cussing the South African Apart-
last month I heid issue, but this is the same
ices, newspapers, radio and tele-
vision are expected to flock here
again from most parts of the
world to cover the culmination
of the Eichmann case. The ver-
dict will be read in Hebrew and
Continued on Pige 11-A
ADL Charges
Anti Jewish
Bias in Banks
NEW YORK (JTA) A study
by the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith showing that only
three and one-half percent of high
executive officials of commercial
banks in New York City are Jews
was cited this week as "strong, al-
most ineontroversible evidence of
religious discrimination" in a city
with a population 25 percent Jew-
ish.
The findings and the charge
were presented at a hearing of a
special subcommittee on labor of
the Committee on Education and
Labor of the U.S. House of Repre-
sentatives bj Moses L. Kove, chair-
man ot the New York regional aJ-
visory board of Ihe ADL.
Kove said that the study of
eight of the largest commercial
banks showed that of a "total
roster of 844 officers of the rank
of vice president and above, only
30 were of the Jewish faifh,"
and of the 30 cited, 22 were in
two banks and seven in a third.
One bank had one Jewish high
executive and the remaining four
had none, he said. The study
found 197 persons on the boards
Continued on Page 6-A
group before which, later this
iionth or early in December, the
Arab refugee debate is scheduled
to develop. Speaking in condem-
nation of South Africa's discrimin-
atory practices, Mr. Dimechkie
told the committee that Israel, too.
practices discrimination, allegedly
directing its policies against the
Israeli Arabs "in subtle and dis-
guised" fashion.
Ambassador Eshel told the
committee that the Lebanese at-
tack is "an additional illustra-
tion of the obsession of certain
delegates in relation to Israel."
The Lebanese attack, Mr. Eshel
continued, "belongs to the cate-
gory of falsehood and distortion"
and is "one of the methods of
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'Atlantic' Prints Tlny'll M* Mass Rally
Israel Articles
By Special Report
Committee of the Greater Miami Council of
the Jewish National Fund discusses arrange-
ments for the organization's 15th annual ban-
quet dinner Dec. 10 at the Fontainebleau ho-
tel. First row (left to right) are Sam Kopkind,
Abraham Fraidlin, J. Z. Stadlan, Gershon Mil-
ler, and Isaac Donen. Second row are Abra-
ham Grossman, Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Isadore
Dickman, Johan L. Berman, I. J. Riffkin, Mrs.
Fannie Liebman, Mrs. Miriam Press, and Leon
J. Ell. Third row are Rabbi M. J, Safra, Mrs.
Herman Laks. Sol Goldman, Herman Wein-
traub, Peter Heller, Alex Hirschenfang, Meyer
Siegel. Sam Kagan, Mrs. William Beckwith,
Mayshie Friedberg. Mrs. Wolfe Shklair, Harry
Feldman, Mrs. Abraham Mason and Mrs.
Nathan Bookspan. Not shown are Joseph
Alter. Benjamin Appel, Zvi Berger, Mrs. Eva
Blum, William Bornstein, Mrs. Jacob Davis,
Malvin Englander, Ezra Finegold, Jacob Fish-
man, Miss Lillian Goodman. Max Hecht, Saul
Kenholtz, Max Kolker. Paul Kwitney, Mrs.
Pauline Levick. Harry Lefkoff, Rabbi Samuel
Mendelowitz, Sam Schachno, Irving Schatz-
man, Louis Schwartzman, Al Sherman, Mrs.
Alfred Stone. Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, Mrs. Ben
Zeigmund, and Dr. Baer Zuckerbraun.
NEW YORK The Atlantic
Monthly features .i M page sup
piemen) on Israel in its November
issue, with ( -ays. stories, art .mil
poetry sharing the editorial spot-
light.
Lead article in the supplement
i- entitled "The Secret in the Cliffs:
The Discovery of the Bar Koehba
Letters." and is written by (Jen.
Yigael Yadin, of the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem.
Education Minister Abba Kban:
military analyst, ('.en. S. L. A. Mar-
shall; Dr Jacob Fine; Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gunon, and II
other writers have written on sub-
Council oi Golden Ring Clubs <>l
Greater Miami will join a mass
rally Dec. 12 from 12 noun to
1 in at Miami Beach Auditorium
for the purpose of supporting the
Kennedy Administration regarding
health care for the aged under the
Social Security system.
Bank Supports 4-H Club
Miami National Bank has joined
with other Florida banks in nation-
wide support of 4-H Club work,
according to Frank Braunstein,
vice president and cashier. The
contribution was made. Braunstein
said, to the National 4-11 Club Foun-
dation. Washington, D.C. Miami
..National Bank has supported local
jecls ranj-inj; from "Israel in 1965" and state 4 II programs lor several
lo a story. -The Sabbath." ..cars. Braunstein pointed out.
Region Delegates Off to Confab
Leon J. Ell, president of the
Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil of Greater Miami, receives
a pledge of support from
Louis Rudnick, a national
vice president of the Zionist
Organization of America, to-
ward the success of the JNF
15th annual banquet on Dec.
10 at the Fontainebleau hotel.
Delegates from leading congre-
gations in Florida. Georgia, Ala- j
bama and Tennessee will represent:
the Southeast region of the United
I Synagogue at the organization's na-
tional convention Nov. 12 to 16 in
t h e Concord hotel at Kiamesha
Lake, N.Y.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Tern
pie Emanu-EI. Miami Beach, and
Judge Irving Cypen, also of Temple
Kmanu-EI. president of the South-
east region, will lead the delega-
tion.
In addition. South Floridians ex-
pecting to attend the convention
include Rabbi and Mrs. Norman
Shapiro, Beth David; Mr. and Mrs
Philip Schiff. president, Beth Dav-
id; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Beller,
president. Temple Sinai, Holly-
wood; Jerry Sussman. vice presi-
dent. Southeast region. United
Synagogue, Temple Menorah; and
Manuel Solomon, secretary of the
Teen-Agers
Plan Conclave
Eighth annual teen-age conclave
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Ji .iish Community Center will be
held Sunday, Dec. 10, at the Du-
ront Plaza hotel, it was announced
by David Eskenazi. staff coordina-
tor.
About 400 delegates from 33 clubs |
will attend the sessions, which fea-
ture workshops on current issues
of the day.
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ney Stern, Miami Beach Branch;
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I'*.--.rr do flwy .-.e.p fee three Ler.ir.grgd Jews
i-'.'..-.-.v.-../ :.:'..-;:.' -, v.^; c- rhe cr.e sez-
^..'.e': ', .2 veer- .- prjscn. Purposeful or
v.ey ir.cerv^ore fee terror feci _l fee Soviet
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The Hewer* Prejudice
Tr.e A.'.*. L';f'.-'-.',.-. Leogue report on biOM
..-. New Yo.'/c :/;:.* jb o disquiating coa am
' or^y ser/rs to c.-.-'-.vir'-j-e v.-.-.v .-.ca bam
known -.-.. along
Many honlring fei'itut.o-.-. throngboal Ihs
land no laaj ban irurjror.'.e ccrr.por.les or.-:
Cr.'r: ':.:/::..: rr.'. r..-.or.'..'j. er-'erpr^fri
walooBM lawiah business but ..-.-.-. /^/ {awisfa
fiifinnnal
laa ADL's facts and figures are incontro-
vert-ble. They set a spotlight en a new area
of Anoarican discriminator/ practice the
"ere', jt.ve suite" and its environs.
This does not mean to say that civil Uber-
larian organizations like the League feel they
have finally end completely conquered anti-
Semitism in other areas of the nation's life
in common echelons of employment, in hotel
accommodations, and in housing.
But it does indicate a shifting trend in Jew-
ish concern with "social" dis anti-Semitic manifestations in the exclusive
club, for example, and in the highest levels of
the employment field, such as executive posi-
tions in banking typify.
This shift in emphasis may very well mean
that civil libertarian organizations axe adapt-
ing themselves to newer Jewish needs. Jews,
following the footpaths of their neighbors, are
trekking to suburbia, where closer social con-
tact with these neighbors inevitably brings a
higher yield in social bigotry.
Executive suite discrimination is obvious
part and parcel of Jewish elevation into sub-
urban society; for executive suite employment
is social no less than professional. But what-
ever the explanations, the prejudice remains
just as odious.
Mtrm tfcoto
On Upsetting the Bdaoce
rf President Kosser has ccznzsed V-2 ouzz>
bombs" Iroci West Germany, a may well -serve
to unsetde farther tbe tenxxxst ftGddse East
peace.
According to Israeli reports ttris week-
Bonn has sospended fee West German sciencst
who gave Nasser the terhnVrrri iniormatjon
necessary to produce fee bombs. The scentist
is Prof. Eogen Saenger, bead of Ibe Je Propul-
sion Pesearcn Inst.ruxe at StuSgart.
He is crr.-.ng cne c: many Nczi technicians
who helped deve^p fee V-2 under Hiier.
The V-2 is or. o.trr.oded World War H
weapon doxz-feg olfeough quesoonofely et-
fect;ve ..-. ;ts fene. '.: ls clmosr pcfeer-oclly
"/P-ca. of N'asser 'r.z: '.-.Ls is fee kind ot
ordnance to which .-.e aspires. Neverfeeless,
-- orsena-i of r^".-. o ;r7-oombs can ecs.iy
cbaDange -o.-.-ec lz:ze.. ~ii.-u.-y suoeriorrtv
..-. .-.% *.-'..zz.h East.
.' _s Iscoe.'s s-uper.or.ry feat i-.cs spelled
0M r.lie::^:.zh between wai ur.d pec:e ",3- 03
&ocr. us Nasser bei.eves he r.-zs neurro.ized it.
than will ne war; for Nasser has repeatedly
pledged himself to Israel's destruction.
wi Had M particularly sad that West Ger-
rr.ar.y, ever, if madvenenuy. might prove fee
cause that upsets the hcior.ee. Our sadness
lies in the apparent pages of Nazi history.
The Bleak Middle East
The fate of the Algerian Jewish community
symbolizes more cogently than ever the pre-
carious situation in which Jews of the North
African and Middle Eastern nations find them-
selves today.
The killing of the Algerian Jewish leaders
is only partially explained by today's ferment
there against Europeans and particularly
against the French.
For many are the Algerian Jews who do
not consider themselves Europeans, and not
ell the Jews of Algeria identify with Gen-
Charles de Gaulle.
Nevertheless, it seems dsHcaJi to imagine
the continuation of a secure Jewish community
in Algeria once the French hare departed.
Neither does it appear that France can delay
this departure very much longer.
A recent address by Prot William Haber.
president of ORT. predicting an ever-increasing
Algerian Jewish exodus, portends a rather
ominous but sadly realistic trend. Together
with the announcement the other day that Leb-
anon is preparing the way to ask the Jewish
community there to leave, the future looks
bleak for that area of the world.

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t.*et Kjbstaikre tr tbe btUti Ost ^jere a rerta2K> =*i^^sful if
- ctms* purpo^ iewtafe in is
br rtss I eockr-oet bekp ,ti'*t'"n Moocav f yt- f^^z. Y&dic's
azr^aeok^cal coetr^Mrbacj jc$tn> tb* peOers cf Hrt--- r.jjoo;
by uBbect;c*af tbe past. rt>ey \eai whrinc*. teofae Euiiai: feawa,
And tbe dor Tcxarkabae tbmaj about if ail is. indeed, tbe doable
jesdficaiion. Ft* lrseL beneaf ike ressscestec cf tbe ancient
iaaaah boaeiuio. 5>icbcuz*-? tbe_=>oR ae-niszsrtni: mififrr.est of
the fnajaaaa words spokes a: artio/jy Did net Ges Tsdn have
a ftt-^s* fiffaer'^ haad in this rebir*"'
Tbws. ee tbe battiefield. bc >ess Thar a his BBSfe at > Hebrew
UnrreriT??. and x h ehefir.g is tbe earth aad Gaa. Vadm xesaed to mt a persor of specisl aer:r: *faoK
r*i w j5 proof of tbetr c-oraJ deor.>. And r. Gci ;re>-
e-K cottnbotxt! to costersporary cnder<2aDdu:g thi* the
de=ur.v was, .- fact, ia-rcbed thousand* of Tear? ir: :'__ p a Liled .ta the sense of an -:trr.ate purpose.
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' censorship al Benrj ". er s Tropic of Career Ever since :'
-ii arriaaa MMMJ :rncrjr.t siiac:c_; .Krr.er.car.s bare :
- this vohnac .--. ** r. _Eiry on their return Area I an)
St ba pap-er-back I Tropic of Capr:cvrr
Bat the off erst t: i;;erature that :s The Tropic cf Cat
aliened prur.erce More to the peiM
floai Tne Tropic cf Career" :f in the Haal ar.i ;..-..- is
eessfisl Aork of ar.. a.-: ._. .: undeniab;> eaatams nanj
rlttaj I can I of a more deva-
r opes To speak of it :n any other terms .-<._--
aaaaaonea thai it is indecent, begs the point. Moreover
ad psyche of the Lttie-mmded people who. in their pn
an :ts sexual elemer.ts make such charges
I am t:rd of the increasing growth of we"-iE;ent:cr<::
ber.* en governing our moral outlook whether ir. tbeil bboi ring
of literature or -J>e communist threat. iMore on th.? Beat seek AM
ho constitute these groups qualified to fulfin their aeM appoiBt-
ec re^pons!bllitIe>', In most cases. I suggest that they mere.;- reflect
the haste of their purpose and the ignorance of their mU *hal
basis, for example, does some iegal hack set himself up as > jati-
busting adjunct of tbe FBI. with the public right to call people to
account for their identifications or affiliations"
So far as the Henry Miller censorship is concerned, does ir
State Attorney, who has earned the respect of Dade county for his
intelligent and dedicated conduct is office, now set himself up as a
literary critic?
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rac tfaar to mak aaaaaaasf
TMI STATE ATTORNEY may, in return, argue that one need not
be knowledgeable in literature to recognize prurient intent. But
no less a legal mind than U.S. District Judge John M. Woolsey arguea
that -. the intent with which (a) book was written rou>t
be determined ..." In bis now famous ruling in the case >nv''lvi'\g
Ulysses," by James Joyce, on Dec. 6. 1833, Judge Woolsey ". I do not detect anywhere the leer of the sensualist. I hold
therefore that it is not pornographic."
But more to the point. Judge Woolsey adds: "I checked my im-
pressions (with) men whose opinion on literature and on u.e
I value most highly." Has the State Attorney also checked with ex-
perts who, for example, in addition know "Smile at the Foot ol tne
Ladder." Remember to Remember," and "Cosmological hye.
among other Miller books? Or does he simply rely on an endocrine
impulse?
"Ulysses" is widely acknowledged today as one of the three or
four great works erf literary art in tbe twentieth century. Henry
Miller's "Tropic" will never claim anything of the kind. But
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Jewish Community President Killed
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attributed to the fact that, re-
cently, H- had refused to turn
over his apartment to a Moslem
who had insisted on takir/j over J
the Perei home. But fne attacks
against Zermati and Dr. Cohen
were laid lo OAS terrorists.
Zermati was krown as an ardent
Gaullist. He had hntd high posts
in ths Algerian Ministry of the
Interior ard, fcr two terms,
served as preside.it of tie Setif
Bar Assn. He was shot in tiie
back while picking up his mail
in the Serif post office.
active in any political movement, elements had obtained control of
but was considered a liberal. Hethe OAS. aitlicugh effort have
was widely known in Algiers par-been made of late by tiio OAS to
ticularly fcr his work amo.-.y tin- ,,nUj.t ,!. sympathies o
Moslem poor, whom He had* beenresidents in Algeria
*eYWn2 since his graduation from .. .-.-
medical school. ,Dr A Zaffran,
_ admmistrat ve count Z
During last week, at ,,,., A
plastic bombs of in> |(.. .
single day were aimed at .. !
shops m the B
>nd ol i' ;
type used both bj the OAS ai
Algerian rebel.-.
i r Gi Idenberg
n E
The Jewish community, neral cond ions in A
ale shaken I y the recurn in an
Dr. Cohen was nol I vn to be tacks, is wond whetiiei S em ition to Fran<
Mother Told to Teach Her Son Judaism
Coral Gables Mayor Robert Searle signs a proclamation
designating Nov. 29 as Cedars of Lebanon Day in Coral
Gables. Similar proclamations have been issued by Mcyorfe
of South Miami and West Miami, Paul Tevis and Edmund
Coopef. Cedars of Lebanon Day will feature a benefit din-
ner'in honor of Dade County's newest medical facility. Above,
Judge Sam* Silver watches the signing. Judge Silver is chair-
man of. the dinner which is expected to draw residents from
.throughput the Gables, South Miami. West Miami end the
sub^ban Southwest area. ,.
Testimonial
For May or High
testimonial dinner in honor of
ft(ayor"Jlobert King High will be
held in mid December for his lead-
ership in helping to complete the
Abe Aronovitz Memorial Heart Pa-'
vilion'of Cedars of Lebanon Hospi-
The dinner will culminate the
: nvc led by Mayor High to build
iourth floor memorial t< Abe
Aronovitz.
First planning session of the
Aronovitz memorial committee has
been called for 11:30 a.m.. on Sun-
day, at the hospital. 1321 NW 14th
sl., Miami.
'Hamlet' to be Shown
"Hamlet."" starring Sir Laurence
Olivier and Jeaa Simmons, will be
shown at the Miami Public Library
en Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. The
film will he presented as a pro-
gram ol the Shakespeare Reading
Circle, which meets weekly under
the guidance of Dr. David Klein.
professor emeritus ol the College
of the City of New York. The pub-
lic is united.
U.S. Envoy Meets
Israeli Officials
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close tics between Israel and the
United States and praised Mr.
Eban's services during his tenure
s Israel's Ambassador to the
United States.
Israel was described as "one of
the most remarkable examples of
remocracy" in the world" by Dr.
Robert Hutchins. president of the
Fund for the Republic and former
chancellor of the University of Chi-
cago.
During a visit here. Dr. Hutchins
said most new and developing na-
tions have difficulty in establish-
ing democratic regimes but that
Israel, despite its "unexampled"
rate of development, had succeeded
in that task.
Sapir, Rothberg
To Arrive Here
, Two of the foremost architects
of Israel's greatly expanded pro-
gram of private investment will
meet with industrial and business
leaders of Greater Miami Jewry
on Sunday night at the Lucerne
hotel.
Pinchas Sapir. Israel's Minister
cf Commerce and Industry, and
1 Samuel Rolhberg. of Peoria. III.,
president of Israel Investors Corp.,
will speak at a dinner hosted by
Maurice Revitz.
Revitz, a Miami philanthropist
and civic leader, is president of
Temple Menorah, executive com-
mittee chairman of t h e Hebrew
Academy, and a leader in the Is-
rael Bonds and Hebrew University
organizations.
Sapir and Rothberg. who have
worked together for more than a
decade in the Israel Bond program,
of which Rothberg was first natio-
nal chairman and now serves as
chairman of trustees, will arrive
Sunday to meet with local leaders
I of the I1C. headed by Revitz and
Jack S. Popick.
NKW YORK i.ITAi A l
ish divorcee who became a Christ-
ian Scientist w is fined $250 by a
Now York Suprei Courl justice
this week who !i"! to live up to a separati in agree-
ment i<> allow her 12 year-old son
to be raided m the Jewish faith.
Justice Thomas A Aurelio ruled
that Mrs Sylvia Gluckstern Glas-
ser, former wife oi Philip Gluck-
stern, owner of a kosher restaurant
in New York City, was in contempt
of court. The couple was married
hi urn. hved together as Orthodox
.lews, and had three children.
The youngest. Lewis Jay Cluck-
stern, was awarded to the mother
in a 1959 separation agreement, on
eon ition that the father "shall
have full charge of the religious
education" of the boy "and may
bring him up in the Orthodox Jew-
ish faith, notwithstanding any dil-
ferent religion which the mother
may have."
In his ruling, Justice Acrelio
said that each had since remar-
ried and that Mrs. G!asser "has
converted to Christian Science."
He cited the separation agree-
ment by Mrs. Glasser that she
would not try to teach the boy
any other rel:gion. At a trial of
a suit brought by the father, Mrs.
Glasser testified she took the
boy to Christian Science services
every Sunday. The boy testified
that he wanted to become a
Christian Scientist.
the boy's
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The judge ruled, h >we> t
"this infant should not bi | i
i.' 1 to il andon so easily thi I
he was born in. l! ha i no i
Uscei IWV Memorial Services
> iu1 .'i pi hi the
:.. of. i !j i ncn
cision '
In imppsing flfe-fine, Ihe Justice
suggested i'hot-lri.: lather eon..: i r
instituting h/separati on- suit to eain
custody of Ills' son. Tiie lather
said.'hat L-.w'is had attended clas-
ses a] a synagogue, ill New Rc-
chelle, 5;.Y'.*urK.'l'ai)'-iut six months
ago buW"1hat jynce 'hen. the boy
had refused to attend The father
In honor ol i
e Post l 77 wi I ho n il
jointtj with I
ii remple Ner Tarn id on Fri-
day evening, Tin Pos1 H
Guard w 'Ii pres< nl color: Ser
will be follev ed by an g SI
hat A wreath from the Post I I
its Auxiliary will also be pla< I
at the Cenotaph on Washington
ave. Hans F. Ft-Idman is COiU-
t ol the post.
PULL THE LAST LIVER EIRST TO RE-ELECT
ROY F. WOODRUFF
YOUR HIALEAH COUNCILMAN
YOUR COUNCILMAN FOR 8 YEARS
THINK BEFORE YOU VOTE, YOUR VOTE SHOULD COUNT
YOU CAN BE SURE WHEN YOU PULL
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Elect
"JACK" M.
CHERRY
YOUR HIALEAH
COUNCILMAN
Resident of HialeahDade
County Area 37 years.
Married, 2 children.
MemberNorth Hialeah
Baptist Church.
SchoolingMiami Edison
High & U. of Miami.
Successful Hialeah
Businessman.
Board of DirectorsHialeah-
Miami Springs Kiwanis Club.
Board of DirectorsHialeah-
Miami Springs Y.M.C.A.
Hialeah-Miami Springs
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Pull LEVER 2-A
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"One Good Term Deserves Another"
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STEADY PROGRESSIVE
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SECOND LARGEST CITY
RETURN
Victor
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WILDE
TO YOUR HIALEAH COUNCIL
Nov. 14th Pull LEVER 7-A
THANK YOU"
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RE-ELECT
VERNON J. ASHLEY
TO HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL
"Six Years Your Councilman"
Pull LEVER 1-A November 14th
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To Your HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL
Help fffjf to IIH| FOl7
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The Sands cf Israel Affirm Jewish Antiquity
Ey PROF. YIGAEL YADIN
Vro:n the summer of 132 the
beginning of ihe revolt or close to
ii outbreak theiy is a request
bj Babaia that one of her son's
j>uar(!:ans (newly appointed by the
Pctra Council) pay six dinars for:
her on's support for the months
ill Tamuz, Av and Elul. A receipt
[or the sum in Aramaic (with
Greek translation) ends the docu-
ment.
The archive contains no docu-
irent ('ated after the summer of
1S2. when the Bar Knchba period
began and. in all likelihood. Ba
ba.a and her household perforce
r .-j\ 0(1 to Em Geili governed in
the name oi the so\erogn Jewish
S'.atc by her kin.
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The last document deciphered.
oV.i.i May 6. 124. is of special im-
This but vi a
Yigar! Yad n
comnundfT-m-chiej oi ih< Arm>
* of Jtrael and a world-renowned
archaeologist. More recently
Gen. Yodin hat befi identified
with rtn '!, ,,' ihem
priceless Bjr Kochbd letters in
Israel. He nl.^o ployed an his-
toric "ile in the Dead Sea
Scrolls discoveries. The series -
translated frmn the Hehrcu h\
.M.\lie Kofin and initially af-
feared \n [hi nualen Pi
Gen, Tadm minted Mum. ><
\t't. *> U):.i ^ 111 bl ...' thc
American Friends o\ the He-
brew Unit i rsii
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i'ehuda son of Ei*azar Khclushyon
vear before ^e married Babaia
mation on the course ci Bar Koch- workshop can be m-,!v visualized
has revolt in this region and on close to :hc tents oi the Roman
ihe status of Ein Gedi in Hadrian's soldiers and the fort, and perhaps
times, which is here referred to as evon servicin8 lhem-
a village of the Emperor. From this document, and Iroin
VK ,.,. _. .. ,'he other Hebrew documents ol the
Yehuda borrows bu Tynan si .^ wl ,
ijri -_ / [BarKochha period which list
ver dinars from Valens. centurion names, we may one day be able
of the First Thracian Cohort of to draw a map ot Em Gedi, its
Thous
the precipice taking in the eei
set i e he him ted out the old He-
brew formula: "Am Yisrael hai:
The Jewish People lives!''
He expressed what all oi us felt.
All-Israel
Review Slated
Local clubs and organizations are
making plans to attend the all-Is-
isand Infantry. He pledges to lards- i,s ""''dings, markets and '' "vue scheduled to open Fn-
v .h i nl... ....,. citadels nearly down to the last ''ay. Dec. 22. at the Monte Carlo
y the loan plus one percent de(ai, ho(o| Group reservations can be
repay
monthly interest in eight months,
and as security pledges the ""com- I But even more poignantly Inter-
pound belonging to my father I cst-ng to US was the third element
El'azar." The boundaries of this that had now entered into this rela-
eompound are given: "to the east tionship. The persons who had so
tents west tents and the I carefully stored all those docu-
made through Bernard Resmck, ex-
ecutive director.
The show, imported Irom Israel,
will he held in the Roulette room
as a theatre presentation. Fea-
workshop ol that same El'azar m> imonis and personal and household lI"n On the eve ol the revolt, there
tore, ,i company of 100 Thracian
i rtanci I; .s the only Greek one and moved to Mahoza. Here for auxiliaries encamped at Ein Gedi.
.'.;< .. .:: Ein Gedi and deals with .he lirst time we are given in for
lather: souththe market and articles in the caves had obviousl]
north the road and the fort." ihoped to come hack and retrieve
them lor further use. Then, as
we Strolled and searched amid Ihe
ruins of the Roman camp, it oc-
curred to us that we who were
'now unearthing the remains of the
warriors of Ihe cave in the cliff-
Damari, vocalist, and Gila Golan,
"Miss Israel" of 1960. Included
will be Yeminite folk dances and
the music ol ancient Biblical in-
struments
Remains of Ancient City
Are Found Nesr Ein Gev
The Cohort to which it was attach
Trajan's reign, but its presence
there was unknown before the dis- S,,!,' '" '','" LW?re, 0Pert'n8 "'"" a
JERUSALEM iJTA) The
remains ol a ureat city built at the
end of ihe reign of King David or
of this script dating to the ninth
century B.C.E.
tough: against this Roman unit.
Is it possible that th" cult objects
Another unusual discovery was found last year belonged to them?)
at the start of that of King Solomon a room containing ve-sels tor in- other units were stationed nearby,
were reported this week to have cense and libations evidently used and j, mav havi. ,,,,,. ,hls Conorl
btcn uncovered near Ein Gev dur- 'or making (tit rings to the stars wrlich afterwards besieged the
iVfl recent excavations in the area. f"d, 0,n ,>wro1 Ma7bar/f'd Cave of Letters and the Cave of
A team of archaeologists, headed ",al '1hc"l! "'';rsniPl>crs keJ" ,,h,e Dread from camps located on the
by Prol. Binyamin Mazar, lound ^csscls J"*J ,h,p f?m f" k precipices above.
.: ,. ... ,. Ihem out onlv at night when thev
he city and reported that one of Thc d(.st.ription of the aforemen-
in, most remarkable excavation *" ,iom,d (or, ^ ,h;ll ,, (>
indings was a large iar bearing It was indicated that the uneov. burnl c,tade] djs
the mscript.on "leshakya. which ered city might be the site of early Ejn (;c()j b
camp which had been set up near
the site ol the Roman camp by
members of thc Israel Defense
Forces. Israel's soldiers of today
were helping to restore to life, as
it were, their comrades-at arms ot
1,300 years ago. The symbolism
With ihe outbreak of thc revolt, of it all was something which not
the people ol Kir Gedi apparently even the most hardened cynic
could gainsay.
eovery ot this document. Docu-
ments from centuries later men-
tion that this Cohort was stationed
:n the vicinity of what is todaj
Amman, thc capjtal ot the King-
dom of Jordan.
With us in the Roman camp
ruins just then was a Jewish vis
itor from abroad. As he stood on
fruf. Mazar Interpreted to mean Susita. constructed by King David
"belonging to the wine steward." oi King Solomon in the tenth cen-
in Aramaic.
an archaeological expedition.
The importance of the inscrip-
tion was understood to be the
fact that it is written in early
He-brew Phoen'cian script and
is one of the few known examples
HHIel AZA
Elects Officers
Hillel AZA recently elected the
following oflicers for 1961-62:
President, I.ee Sandier: vice
president. Steve Minor; treasurer.
Howard Kay: secretary. David
Handshu; pledgemaster, Arthur
S a 1 u k : corresponding secretary.
Steve Wall: newspaper editors.
Steve llalpern and David Knenp-
ler: parliamentarian. Mel Rubin:
and chaplain. I-cslie J. Gross.
Sandier, newly-elected president,
is also president of the Florida re-
gion of AZA chapters.
The organization released its
third annual inter club directory
recently. The publication is a
roster of most of the Jewish >outh
organizations in the Miami area.
tury B.C.E. Excavations show that It is interesting to note the rela
the site consists of the remains of tionship between thc Roman garri-
five cities, each built on the site son troops and the residents of Ein
ol the preceding one and later de- Gedi a mere eight years before
stroyed.
the revolt. The site of El'azar's
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Friday. November
ISRAU BOND FUNCTION SLATED
Plans Finalized For Briscoe Talk
Robert Briscoe. J e w 1 li Lord
Mayor of Djblm. was to be guest
sr aker at the Temple Menorah
Israel Bar Mitzvah dinner Thurs-
l evening at the Americana
Heading preparation* for the
dinner were Rabbi Mayer Abram-
i Maurice Revitz. president
c: Temple Menorah. and Leonard
J. Solomon, dinner chair:
Mayor Briscoe, who was re-
cently reelected to a second
term, was to join in a colorful
ceremony honoring 13 members
of the congregation for "Distin-
guished service, selfless devotion
*->d close personal identity with
Israel throughout the years of
her statehood" and for service
to the community and the con-
gregation.
The 13 who were to be honored
are Abe Appel. Mrs. Sam Belsky.
Michael Br< in, Louis De-
Coveny, Joseph G. Denmark. Sol
Frankei. Frank Goldman. Samuel
Graubart. Max Krauss. Oscar C.
Lelchuk. Loui- Reinstein. Leonard
Rosen and Sam Schiffman.
Plans for the festivities were
ccmpletfd at a reception in the
home of Mr and Mrs Leonard J.
Soloi on Monday evening.
- is i t sen ing his sec-
- I :::. .ind has been one of Ire-
ding leader- since its
establishment as an independent
on.
lie is a founder of the Fianna
rail movement and has consistent-
ly represented the party in the
Parliament and in the Dublin Cor-
poration since it was reconstituted
in 1930.
Broward Zionists
Host Meetinq
D.^...n...l -/.
Broward Zionist
hold its first
:'-tr'ct jj|
ngonTu ,ZSE+\
cording to Rabbi Samuel Mend,,
w.tz. president Tfc 2JjJj|
take place at Tempi* E,-th ITS Monroe St.. HollvwW ***
Capt. Leo Gardner, who .,
tamed an outstanding record in l\
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HE HAS THE EXPERIENCE
M., M. A*rt.
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Obviously pleased with progress of plans for the Temple
Menorah Israel Bar Mitzvah dinner are (from left) Leonard J.
Solomon, dinner chairman; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spirit-
ual leader of the Temple; Maurice Revitz. Temple president.
The dinner was to take place Thursday evening at the Amer-
icana hotel.
Israel Worried About Egypt's
Acquisition of German Y-2 Rockets
Continued from Page 1-A
"and the re-assertion of Syria, has
convinced the I.-raeli military' au-
thorities that a shift in the balance
ol power against them can be ruled
out for the foreseeable future."
But the correspondent stresses
that the vulnerability of Israel's
electric power installations and
communications to Egypt's llyus-
hin-28 bombers and MIO fighters
carrying bombs "is a preoccupa-
tion" of the Israeli Defense Min-
istry. He points cut that the
United States sells no military
equipment to Israel, while Bri-
tain "sells only with reluctance,
and when it appears that no other
sources are available."
Referring to the "strong''
Franco-Israeli ties, the correspond-
ent added: "Fortunately for the
Israelis, France possesses a su-
perb, single engined, supersonic
jet fighter, Mirage-3. which fits
their requirements perfectly." As
for air-to-air weapons, the Guardi-
an declared "there is good evi-
dence" that these will soon "come
into service in both the Israeli and
Ksyptian air forces.''
The correspondent stated "it is
believed in Israel that a new Rus-
sian fighter will soon be >upplied
to the Egyptians This might be
expec:e but could al;o be the new Suk'ioi
interceptor."
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LEVER 8-A GROUP 4
LEON DE HERSH
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educational background in Business Administration is
outstanding, and has a vast experience in doing business
with government agencies, feels the City of Miami needs
a long-range planning program which will allow industry
to take its proper place in our city of fine homes.
An economical and efficient City Government to serve
the people at the least possible cost Government is a
business and must be handled as such.
LEON DE HERSH
a resident of Miami for the past 10 years, married and
the father of two married daughters a family that
devotes its time, and energy whole heartily to Civic, Health
and Welfare organizational projects.
Active in Cerebral Palsy, B'nai B'rith, Hebrew Free Loan,
United Commercial Travelers (whose project is helping
retarded children), a 32nd degree Mason.
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Friday. November 10, 1961
vJcnisii fkridft&n
Page 9-A
Quartet of Outstanding Personalities
Will Spark Annual Meeting Weekend
Standing (left to right) are State Attorney Richard Gerstein
and Charles Rosenberg, president of Temple Judea Brother-
hood. Seated (left to right) are Assistant State Attorney Max
Kogen and Rabbi Mordecai Podet, spiritual leader of the
Temple. Gerstein spoke at a meetinq of the Brotherhood Sun-
day. Subject was "You and the State Attorney."
A quartet of outstanding Miami
personalities will grapple with the ,
problem of "Communism. Civu
Liberties and Conformity'- at the
Sunday morning seminar feature
of the ninth annual meeting of the
Greater .Miami chapter of the
American Jewish Committee.
Prof. Tom Wood, of the Univer-
sity of Miami, will be speaker, and
discussants will be Luther Pierce,
executive director of the Greater
Miami Council of Churches; Her-
bert L. Heiken. attorney identified
with the American Civil Liberties
Union: and Ted Slack, a realtor
who is prominent us a lecturer on
the evils of communism.
Jay I. Kislak will be moderator
ol the seminar, which will begin
at noon following a brunch at
which officers of the Greater Mi-
ami chapter will be installed by
.Morris Abrams. of Atlanta.
The four speakers will provide
the concluding event on the
AJC's weekend meeting at the
Diolomat hotel slated Nov. 18 and
19, which faces the question of
"Which Road for American
Jews" as its theme. Underlying
the headlined seminar is the im-
plied challenge of how best to .
combat communism while secur-
ing civil liberties.
In line with the dominant theme,
participants in the meeting will
hear outstanding Jewish authori-
ng -peak and discuss the issues
ol "Assimilation. Integration or
Insulation" for American Jews
at a Saturday afternoon study
session. Dr. Joseph R. Narot,
spiritual leader ol Temple [srtel,
Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal
of the Hebrew Academy, and
Richard Wolfson. local attorney,
will bf panelists.
Also, on Saturday afternoon,
teen-agers will address themselves
to the usefulness of fraternities
and sororities in Dade county high
schools.
Human Relations Awards to
Rep. Dante B. Fascell and the
(atholic Diocese of Dade county
will be the highlights of the an-
nual dinner on Saturday night, at
which AJC president, David Kloe-
man. will make his report. Rep.
Fascell is scheduled for a mai<>r
address as part of the dinner pro-
gram.
A full program of sports and so-
cial activities between seminars
and work sessions has been sched-
uled for the entire weekend, al-
though members and friends may
register for individual events it
they do not plan to spend the week-
end at the Diplomat, where special
rates have been arranged.
UN Study Group
Hears Speaker
Leonard Shapiro spoke on
the "International Labor Organi-
zation of the United Nations" at
a meeting of the Miami Beach
chapter of American Assn. for the
United Nations study group Tues-
day evening at the Miami Beach
Federal Savings and Loan bldg
Morris Siegel led a discus-
sion on the issue of the general
secretariat. Mrs. Anna Weiss is
chairman of the study group.
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Nuclear
Poker
fty MAX lNH
Israel Blasted
In UN Debate
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rig the terror U lb
)..-.., ;_-, be found in a
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I "rifr limited ': Into a
hal tike ear;;.
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F
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CCUNT ME AMONG "' .': rmadcdfor many rea M
el term i<-ao- to the eoneiu m
i tlM eapon the rr.nri certain that they n
b< nee it rhe credjbl< threat U 'hpm which djssuj
U thet de froi the more terrible ar,'i eredil
threat effective the dsscii ion Thi- would lead however
tbi R ni are to Ixr thanked for e
tl eir rdaj and '.hat one must look forward to their ex-
i ei (mm -"- therein be the aisaranee of pea>.<
fact to rational 'hat h<- will always fodov. the
ha\<- laid out for him"" I think of
bun j and rx-rba;-. evtv Of tfec possible mental aoer-
/..',. 'A leaden Ha- not Khrushchev himself nil
ad I sot or moments of sadistic mental unbalarc-'' Can
tbi not happt:. again?
Third it u fact true that the Russian*, -aill not regard any stakes
.- forth : mbling toi at the risk of nuelear destruction? H th< -aK--
atioo, and it ?h<- drive toward the domination is demonic-
fa'- it rove to b- in the eaae ol rommunsm as a political religion
tbi ommunixti might consider H a gamble worth taking.
-J.-- -*-
I HAVE LEFT for th<- end my ttrongesl dissent. A campaign of
i uclear terror like "hat of the RUfahUM ma> be aimed not to much at
the free world from using nucl-ar weapons as at paralyzing
i" II U resist and thus at getting surrender without the COft of war
That is, I am convinced Its ehtal aim in the current Russian tatting,
i from the actual technical results
That aim al o of llarahal MaUnovafcy's announcement that
Um i iai have an anti-missile. There will be many such aaaertiooi
of R i iperiority- th<- ilxe of their lxmb' in miasiiei for deliver]!
in anti-mix lie missiles, In whatevei el i calculated to instil] i.-ar
I"-. '.-.' lei rl
MM I balance of terror that Khrusru h<-\ teekl but a
Of 1 rror. The moral protesti ol RtUUia I neighbor na
lioi of the '-. ro partners, of th< entire i.'N litting as a political com-
mittee ill ri .i avail to stop him. because he does not mind arousing
provided tbej lead in ih<- end to a proteat-exhausted
nv i ue which a ill give him what he wants.
with imilar moral premlaei to make the balance
of tern voiding war. Bui if no one tide linds the threat of
;' ib and (he othi i i determined to itep up the threat with-
out limit (he intolerabh maj happen
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Page 11-A
Algerian Jews to Migrate,
ORT Chief Haber Predicts
reception thai France h : al a ays
offered to refugees Brd al o .1
steady stream of immigrants from
North Africa.

Pictured at the entrance to the Supreme Court Building in
Washington, DC, are Louis Ossinsky, sr., and his two sons,
Max (left) and Louis, jr. (right), all of Daytona Beach, Fla.
Ossinsky, sr., sponsored both son* for admission 'o practice
before the Supreme Court of the United States. He is promi-
nent in Florida State B'nai B'rith affairs.
Eichmann Verdict Due Dec. 15;
Reading Will Take Six Days
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) Dr
William Haber, president of, the
American ORT Federation, dii
Closed this week that the Won,I
ORT Union was building a new
school in Marseilles, twice as li
as the old one, in preparation for
nn anticipated substantial immi-
gration of Algerian Jew to Frai
Speaking af the lfith national
convention of the Women's Amer
iean ORT. I)r. Haber a.lded he
doubted that the new sehool "and
all the rcsl we have dene to inte- '
grate North African Jews in
France" would be adequate prep-
aration "for the kind of mass im-
migration that we may soon face
in France."
He told the delegates that ORT
schools in France would continue
to grew both because of the
North African influx and because
"of the population explosion of
a new generation of Jewish
youth." He added that ORT fa-
cilities in France, Italy and else-
where in Europe were "a vital
factcr in strengthening Jewish
identification and communal be-
lor.'jing."
Dr. Haber also reported that
eight United Slates missions in
African countries had informed the
International Cooperation Admin-
istration in Washington that the)
wanted a survey of vocational
training needs in those countries
to be performed by ORT special
ists. He said teams of ORT ex-
perts were sent to those countries
and that their field studies were
complete. Their report would he
submitted soon to the It'A. he said.
"The surveys." Dr. Haber point-
ed out. "were an unusual assign-
ment" for a Jewish organization
because of the scope of the studies
"called for laying down the basic
principles on which coordinated
national systems of vocational ed-
ucation could be established" and
on how new nations "should pro
ceed in meeting their technical
training problems."
He reported that ORT student
- | enrollment in Israel was glowing
ecuon oi ine d R.nni B.nth Dls,rict 5, Frank at the rate of about 30 percent a
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will be translated, simultaneous-
ly, into French and German.
The reading of the verdict is
expected to take six days. Stenog-
raphers and translators working
for the court in the preparation oi
the final verdict are being held
incommunicado, and all precau-
tions have been taken against rev
elation of the verdict prior to its
delivery in court.
A leaflet stenciled in German
and warning Jews in viciously anti-
Semitic language of the "terrible
penalty" awaiting them if former
Gestapo Col Eichmann is judged
guilty was found in evening pick-
ups ol the Jerusalem post office.
The leaflet concluded with "Hell
Eichmann. faithful to Germany."
Postal authorities could not gay
whether the leaflet came by mail
or in seme other way.
Meanwhile the Minister Superior
Administrative Court confirmed a
lowe
ed, until the current stage of the
trial, to 110,000 marks (527,000)
and that he had received only
$20,000 from the Israel govern-
ment.
He said that he had accepted the
money "in the hope of being able
to pay it back later with a German
government grant."
year, adding that ORT schools
tlW JMM^nrnlimg" lO.OOO stu-
dents a year and that '.he figure
would be 15.000 "before long." He
said there would be 3.000 appren
tices in training In IIRT s< hools in
Israel and that there would be
"five and six thousand not manj
years Mom now."
The possibility that French
I Jewry may have to face a prob-
lem of massive Jewish immigra-
tion into France from Algeria,
regardless of the outcome of any
political settlement in that area,
was also raised by Dar.iel Mayer,
a former French Cabinet Minis-
i ter and chairman of the execu-
tive committee of the World ORT
Union.
Mr. Mayer told the convention
thai French Jewry would "need
much assistance in the alleviation
of these human problems." He
referred to France's postwar role
as a haven for immigrants, and
' pointed out that France alone, of |
all European countries, had a
larger Jewish population today
than before the war.
This, he said, was due to the
tradition of sanctuary and friendly I
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Presiding over the committee,
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Serving with Judge Silver are
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i iy ^
The Cologne Administrative Court | \(rs. Bernard Supworth. members
had rejected F.ichmann's claim on
grounds that the crimes with
which he was charged by the Is-
rael prosecution were not commit-
ted "in the course of military
duty."
Dr. Robert Servatius, Eich-
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would appeal to the West Ger-
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Court in Monster. He said that
costs of rhe defense had amount-
of ADL's executive committee.
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are that of regional board chairman
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Last biennial v.ai held
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Included among those listed as
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Mr ar;'.' Mr San '-. Gol Istein,
Mr and Mrs Henrj E Wolff
Mr I/.':.- K Wolff
< I. Mr arid Mrs Jack
I Levkoff. Mr arid Mr- Sam Lub>.
St I \ L Na'il'-r
: Schwartz Mey< r
K 1 nl ert Mrs Ge i e Graham
-: Melnickei Ten
i Israel of Greater Miami
Mr and Mrs. James Albert. Mr.
and Mrs Maury Olinick. Rabbi
at.'l Mr Leon Kroni-h and Mr-.
,n Malakoi! Temple Beth Sho-
1' m, Miami Heath.
Mr and Mr^ Robert Newman.
Rabbi and Mrs. Herb'ft Baum-
Uur1. Joseph Al'shuler. Norman
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1
JEWISH MORALISTS

FrirK3licVay of the Righteous
A Book of Moral> ( 1 5th Century)
The thread on which the differ-
I ent rood qualities of human beings
-re fining as pearls, is the fear of .
Cod. When the fastenings of this ;
fear are unloosed, the pearls roll -
in all directions, and are lost one
by one. Even a single grave moral
fault may be the rum of all other
advantages; as when, for example
one is always letting off his mini '
excellence by bringing into promi-
nence his neighbor's failing*. Never
put in WOtd$ anything which can
call up a blush on thine own cliee^
or malje another's grow pale.
Be not blind, but open-eyed to
the great wonders of Nature fa-
miliar rreryddv objects thotlgl'
r/:e> he to thee. But men are >
'-'. Jt the sun -
s than .;: his unfailing rise,
aim << i. the high-
of nil merits is love of Gml
In comparison with .'! apturei
thai all other delights pale
n those we have in our children
7 m soul reachei [hi enchantment
of this joy. is destined to enter into
the appointed Place where life
Return to Jewish Home
Can Assure Our Survival
lavni 9
j Irreligious d^ife
By RABBI HAROLD RICHTER
Dade Heights Jewish Congregation
There can be little doubt that
Judaism is in the process of a re-
ligious revival. Judged from outer
manifestations, it appears that it
is a revival expressed in numbers
ol synagogues, of members and
of dollars. Judaism likes numbers.
| As a Hebrew expression has it,
"With a multitude of people we
glorify the King." But Judaism
also requires the heart and the
spirit, and as yet the spiritual
growth lags behind the material
manifestations of a revival.
One of the reasons for this
spiritual lag is that Jewish leader-
ship has fostered a synagogue di-
rected return. This is quite under-
standable; without the synagogue
; there can be no Jewish life. How-
S vices
111!. 1Ueeen7
,rc u|'|''mtrn i .... : Hiitrc '*Jr i
grows and shines with a fire that I ever- the synagogue alone cannot
ihall never be quenched.
.
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
teases received after that time will be returned as proof o4w
their lateness.
RABBI HAffOtD JMCHTM
bring Judaism back to the Jewish
people. It must be supplemented
with the "small sanctuary" of the
Jewish home.
The significance of this home-directed return to Judaism is implied
in this week's Torah portion, "Tolodos." We read of UWC'I two SODS
Jacob and Esau. One will eventually become Israel and draw God into
the world The other will become the father of the Edonutes, whose
sustained hatred for Jacob brought heartache and disaster, at various
periods of history, particularly at the time the Jews entered into Canaan
and when the Edomite King Herod ruled Israel. If we wan.to.trace
the paths of these two men we may discover that point at which they
separated is found in the passage (Gen. 25:28): "And Isaac loved because
he did'eat of his venison; and Rebekah loved Jacob." It may well be
that the absence of mother-love caused Esau to become the blood-thirsty
hUntIfrJudaism is again to become a living religion, it will do so when
mothers again become priestesses to the small sanctuary of the Jewish
home This does not mean that the role of the father is insignificant.
However because the growing child finds himself in the presence of the
mother most of the time, she can be his first and most influential reu-
fiW>UTo foster a revival of Judaism, we-cannot overstress the importance
of Jewish education for girls. Too many American Jewish parents have
retained the old-fashioned concept that Jewish education is for boys
alone. This is an error which is greatly responsible for the spiritual
lag in American Jewry. ._k-,.
To be sure, there are many forces in American Jewish Me laboring
to restore the sanctity of the Jewish home. If we are successful in di-
recting our return to the Jewish home, the future of Judaism will be
secure.
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'< t it- t t ]iSi which is worn bww s,.....-
nX rrnJS TO^Xm .D^OIJ1? bath, as well as on weekdays, is
E t : tnus to be donned before the Tefil-
ft^Yt .OWn "TliTtl T%PJ} \ lin which are worn only on week-
'*"' : :. L.. days. (Joseph Karo. Beth Foseph,
OS? "ID? .Off^ 19J5 D1D ITur, Orach Chay.m, 25).
*pinix nx mn ini?1? an
Aa-in nx naizn fry niaan
By RABBI SAMUEL J. ro
Why is the Tali* put on before the Tefillin on week-dey mornings? I 0pcrat, uith the Sri"tuil Lead
There is a general rule that when en i t^e Greater Miami Rubb.n
one is faced with the performance I fU| Ajm.
j of two religious obligations and
! there is a question of the order in I
which they should be done, the one 11
I which is more frequently per-; |
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCH1TZ
Coordinator
first. The Tel-
both on the Sab-
Contribtitor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFP
Gems of Wisdom

TMANSUmON -
Benjamin Zmv Heril
Benjamin Zeev Herzl was born
in Budapest and was a bonny and
clever child. He loved to study
the Chumash (the Pentateuch). He
was most attracted to the stories
in the book of Exodusthe stories
about the children of Israel who
were slaves in the land of Egypt
and Moses who brought them out
of the house of bondage.
. His family moved to Vienna, and
Herzl studied law at the university.
"When I am a judge, I shall be
able to help the poor and also de-
fend my people," he told his
friends. He finished his studies
at university but did not become
a judge; for in those days a Jew
could not be a judge in Austria.
In 1895, the Jewish world was
thou shalt bind them for a sign
upon thine hand, and they shall
Judaism thus guards us against i j)e for fr0ntlets between thine
looking down upon those religious; eyes (Deut. 6:8). Some have
duties which are done on a daily taken this to mean that Judaism
basis and keeps us from favoring
those that occur less frequently
Indeed, the true basis of our faith
is indicated by t h e daily obser-
vances of the Jew rather than
those special things which a Jew
performs only on special occasions.
* *
Why is the Tefilah (phylactery) of
the arm put on before the Tefi-
lah of the heed.
This is the order in which they
are listed in the Biblical com-
mandment which states: "And
shocked: High French Army offi-
cers revealed French Army se
crets to the Germans, and they
accused a French Jewish officer,
Dreyfus. Dreyfus was brought to
trial. His medals were stripped
from him before a large public,
and his sword broken.
(Published by Brit Ivrit 01 a mil)
is primarily a religion of deeds
rather than purely a system of
metaphysics.
While speculation and study is
required of a Jew, his basic re-
quirements are to perform the spe-
cified commandments even before
he comprehends them fully.
Through performing them he will
eventually come to understand
them. This is what may have been
implied by the reply of the Israe-
lites at Mt. Sinai when they said
"All that the Lord hath spoken will
we do and understand." (Exod.
24:7) (Assuming that the expres-
sion "Nishma" can be translated
"we will understand.")

Have you ever watched children
swinging.' In order to lift them-
selves higher, they hove to dig their
toes into the earth. OPATOSHU.
*
The less you eat. the less you ail.
DAVIDSON.
AGUtJATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle av.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Prtdaj 5:30 p.m. Saturdaj 8:80 e.m
Rermon: '"Tha PViundam >! Morality
ITpon which Thought and Develop-
ment la Built."
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. R. Vusko. president.
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BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3-d ave. Con-
servative. R,-!bbi Neman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W L.psojl, ..
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BETH EL. 5C-1&W '7th ave. Orthodox.
Raobi Solomon Schi'f.
i- rlda} 5:15 i -1 i I da '
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BETH EMETH. 122CO NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Max Chap ro.
Cantor Hymsn Fine.
F Ida s v "> i' 'i>. KWrinon M in) We
Alwayx si Siit.miiis 8:4j a.m.
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BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday a.m. Ser-
non: "A Tfirah of Truth." Mosha
Oreenberg will !> Kue.t speaker >t
Shi.lis Seudon. Hprbert Berver "(
the Hur-au of Jewish KduoatW.n will
speak at Ladlea' Onag Shabbat at
4 p.m.
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BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchca.
Irlday i:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Armistice and the Cold
War."
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BETH RAPHAEL. 130 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
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BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Bcn-Zicn Kirschen-
baum.
Friday B:30 and 8:30 p.m. Sermon:
"We Must Oppose the United States
Nuclear Testing." Saturday 8:41 a.m.
Bar Mltarvah: Jeffrey, son of Mr. und
Mrs. Howard Davidson; David, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred llloom.
ntTM TFILAH. 036 Euclid <*. Of-
thodex. Plabbl Joseoh r Rackovaky
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Israel at the Present Time."
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CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Oershon Levin.
Friday T,:!l and S:3u p.m. Sermon:
"LaSmn'fl Labor of l>ove." Satiiniiis 9
a.m. Bar Mltavah: N-ll, s<.n of Mr.
and .Mrs. H<>bert Grossman.
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OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel-
Friday S:30 p.m. Oueai xpeaker: Mra.
Barnard Supworth, member of exec
utlve committee Florida region Antl-
Defamatlon League, B'nal r:'riih. will
talk on 'Jewish Book Month." Bat-
nrday 8:30 a.m. Bermon: "Portion of
the week."
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FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lerer.
Friday 5:80 and 8:15 p.m. Saturday
9 a in. Bar Mltavah: Nllchael, ton of
Mr. anil Mis. Max Mnnskin.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heiibraun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday 5:45 ami B:15 p.m. Bermon:
"War No More." Baturdaj I 15 a.m.
\u\< Mltavah: Stanley, son of Mr. and
Mrs Bam Kratish.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: 'The War
Vet.rans are Still Here." by Milton
Miller, president of the t'onteregation.
Service dedicated to and conducted by
Jewish War Veterans. Saturday 9 a.m.

TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
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TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 N. Kendall
dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Friday 8:lTi p.m. Guest speaker:
Arthur Roslohan, director of Greater
Miami Jew'nh Federation, will dls-
iiiss "Miami Today and Tomor-
row." Saturday 11:15 a.m.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
struction^. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "IJttle Men
with liis; HombsI'nn We Hide from
Them?" Saturday 10:30 a.m. Sermon:
"Message of Malnchl, the Hebrew
Prophet."

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.
Friday X:::0 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
I Ida] I "0 p.m. Installation "f Jun-
'or Congregation officers. Saturday
8 a.in.
I
GEMS OF WISDOM
D.i not lall; while eating, lest the
Windpipe act he/ore the gullet, ami
!;fe be endangered. talmii.
* *
U ;< s begin J meal with Torah
md a benediction; tlie hemlien.
I M MUD
*
w\ '' before eating rest
/-'. no) rai i .I'lislv |iI!i>ik
:':, :, Uth RU WlfBOUl
Qiithing space. MAIMONIDI -
*
Eat a lliinl. drink a llurj. and
leaic a third of your itomacli
empty, so iliat if you get angry
you'li have your fill. talmud.
* *
Ton eat to live. >oti do not live
to eat. BAADYA. '
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Fiidav 8:15 p.m. Oueat speaker: Dr.
Max Karl, rational director. National
ronference of Clirlstians and Jews,
will dls.-usH Fallout Shelters Sal-
vation'."' Saturday 10:45 a.m.
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TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing,
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adter.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
PridM BUS p.m. Sermon: "What Ju-
daism Teaches About Man and God."
Tribute to the public school teachers
of the Temple's rellplous school stu-
dent. Reception following in their
honor.
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TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Mobcs. a
Hh-xraphy." Saturday 10:30 a.m. Bar
Mltzvah: Darryl, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Maurice BllnVI.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein,
hriday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Veterans
Of* Peace," Chaplain Samuel Foupko
of the Jacksonville Naval Hase. Gmdr.
Percy Kriedlander of .IWV Post 723
will he honored durinic special Vet-
erans Day Service. Saturday 9 a.m.
Sermon: "Portion of the I.aw." Itar
Mltavah: Martin, sun of Mi. and Mrs.
Jack Koscnthat.
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TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Klaus
Our Symbol of Peace." Saturday 8:45
am. Sermon: -Weekly Portion."
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Benno M. Wallach.
Friday 8:18 p.m Bermon: "Do we
Need a New Theologj '.'"

TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "if Only tii->
Veteran "f Yeateryeai Could Speak."
Ones Shabbat boat: Jewlah War Vet-
eran Poet 881 and Auxiliary ill honor
of Veteran'* Day. Saturday 9 a.m.
Sermon: "Weekly Portion of the
I.aw."
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TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8.43 a.m.
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TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax.
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Ten
and the Sword." One*; Shabbat hosts:
Norman Bruce Hrown Post and Aux-
iliary 174, West Miami Post and Aux-
iliary 12S, in honor of Veterans Day.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can.
tor Albert Glantx.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Voice
of Jacob, the Hands of Esan." Oneg
Shabbat host: Marshall Comls In hon-
or of" birthday of hie mother, Mrs.
Pearl Conns. Saturday 9 a.m. Ber-
mon: "Famine in the L*nd of the
Spirit."
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
irlday 8:15" p.m. Sermon: "Our De-
fenders of the State." Saturday 9:30
a.m. Bar Mitivah": Harry, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cdhn.
aani iiiiiainiiiiiiii......i
T
CANDIEUGHTING TIME
2 Kislev 5:19 pan.
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vJenist fkridfian
Friday, November
Browsinq With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
November Thoughts: Just What is Jewish Literature?
|OVEMBER is Jewish Book Month. What is a
Jewish boi k. really? A book by j Jewish author,
ome; hut this is surely absurd. Many books by
Jewish author-, have nothing whatever to do with
anything Jewish: Herman Wouk's "The Caine Muti-
ny.'.' i an example To seize on a book limply be-
a ise <>f :. writer's identit) is the mo.-- useless kind
ol chauvinism A book la its content, not its author.
A book with a major Jewish character, then0
Perhaps; but this is too broad. Bernard Malamud's
: book. A New Life." has a Jew lor its central
character. But S. Levin's name is nearly the only-
Jewish thing about him. One could make a case for
hi- Jewi-hness because his problem is the problem
01 many Jews; but it is also the problem ot many
non-Jews, and in -.he terms of the book, it is unfair
nfine it.
But. it is said, if an author or a main character
> Jewish, then certainly we can expect some Jewish
philosophy, -ome ethos, to permeate the book in some
. sure. Ah, now we are down to it. Jewish philoso-
phy, e'hos, culture, problems, a particular concern
with what we consider particularly Jewish these
in a book will surely-label it "Jewish." With this
remembrance: that a non-Jewish author can often
write as well in these areas witness, Joyce's
"Ulysses" and that the appearance of a major
character who is Jewish does not insure this Jewish-
ii witness, Malamud. or better. Naphta in "The
Magic Mountain." or better yet, Swann in Proust.
United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
U Thant May Hold Key to Mid East Peace
United Nations
The man presumably designated
for the highest post in the Uni-
ted Nation- Secretariat. U Thant of
Burma, lace-, in some respect
the toughest job as yet contronting
any ot the prcviou- secretaries
general here. For. on one Iron*.
U Thant personally, as well as hut
', eminent and his Prime Minister U Nu. are com-
mitted. They are committed to peace between the
Arab- and Israel. Not merely in the formal sense,
but actively.
Both Trygve Lie and Dag Hammarskjold. U
Tbant's predecessors, worked for peace in general.
which include- the Middle East. But, unlike the
others. U Thant had spoken up on the Middle East
issue, not once but many times and he had done
o in the friendliest terms as far as Israel is con-
cerned.
i Nu and U Thant. as is well known, had visited
Israel in 1955. Later. Burma published a book giving
its evaluation ot Israel. It was no secret that the
book had been written bj U Thantsince he had been
press director lor his government and. in 1955. sec-
retary tor project- in the office of Prime Minister
U Nu
.lu-t what Burma thinks of the possibility of
neaci bel en the Arab states and Israel has been
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
U.S. Policy Defined
yyHAT is THE attitude ol the Amerl-
" can Government toward the Arab
refugee issue? This question is being
Bski i by leaders of American Jewish
organizations in connection with the
forthcoming debate on this issue at the
United Nations Assembly. One of the
high-ranking non-Jewish members of the
_ American delegation to the UN has,
therefore, agreed to outline the U.S. views on this subject.
He will shortly address a private meeting of a group of
American Jewish leaders and will present to them a clear
picture of the American efforts to see the Arab refugee
problem solved
The- mood in Washington, as summarized to me by a
member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, is to see
the problem solved through the three-pronged way of re-
ratriation. compensation and resettlement. The United
States would like to see Israel readmit about ten percent
< 1 the Arab refugee. The others should recieve compen-
sation for their property and should be resettled perm a-
ently in Arab countrii s. This, it is said, was indicated by
Presi lent Kennedy to Israel's Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion when thej met early this year for a brief talk in
New York Israel has already readmitted 48.500 of the?
Arab refuge* s under a plan oi reunion of Arab families and
by permitting some illegally entered refugees to remain
in the country.
The Israel Government has also indicated its readiness
to consider the payment of compensation under certain con-
ditions. As to resettlement of the Arab refugees, there
exists the 14 billion dollar proposal for such resettlement
made by the late UN Secretary Genera] Dag Hammar-
skjold. And the U.S. Government is willing to participate
generous!) in this plan aimed at the Integration of the Arab
refugees in the economy of the Arab lands.
Busy as President Kennedy is now with the Berlin
cri-is and other urgent world affairs, he nevertheless does
not lose sight of the Arab-Israel situation and considers
the solution of the Arab retugee question of prime impor-
tance. However, his present policy is to have the U.S.
back the recommendation of the UN Palestine Conciliation
Commission which is composed of France, the U.S. and
Turkey. And all indications point to the fact that the
recommendations of this commission will not reach their
tinal formulation this year.
-r.elled out many times by both U Nu and U Thant
What they want, first of all. i- Arab recognition of
Israel, As long as our Arab triends refuse to ac-
cept the tact of Israel." -aid I Nu. "there can be no
real progress toward a solution. But once this lact
i.- accepted, we feel that the principal psychological
barrier to a settlement will be removed, and the
way opened to the ending of the present deadlock."
On every occasion possible, since U Nu made that
statement to his own Chamber of Deputies in 1957.
I Thant has been quoting that speech. What he
wants, above all, is ill Arab recognition of Israel;
l2) peace negotiations between the Arab states and
I.-rael.
It must be recalled that, though very friendly to
Israel. Burma has never alienated the Arabs. Burma
attended the Bandung Conference in 1955 as well
as the Belgrade Conference of "neutral" nations last
summer And. at each of these conferences, as well
as at many others, it was U Thant who represented
hi- Government.
Thus, it is seen here, if there is any single man
v ho could talk peace to the Arabs without being
snubbed or rejectedU Thant is the man. He holds
the peculiar position of a diplomat who had taken a
stand as a lriend of both Arabs and Israel.
U Thant has been his country's permanent repre-
sentative here since 1957 He knew Hammarskjold
''11 and he understood perfectly that Hammar-
kjold had banked his career on the drive toward
i ace. But, in one sense, he is a step ahead of
Hammarskjold. There were time- here, before the
ngo embroilment, when Hammarskjold, too. hud
I oped to use Arab Israel toward
Hammarskjol i had to shunt the Mid-
dle Ea ssue-5 aside. U Thant is expected to giv<
"i attenl l the Middle Bast.
At :.j. this .-mail, smiling, quiei man, who has
erved his Government acti\ ly [or exactly tei
{hly -killed diploma!, lie is too good ,i diplo-
matic craftsman to seek or try to achieve melodra-
matic success, But there is no doubt that the Mid-
dle Fast and its problemsforemost among them
Arab-Israeli hostilitiesrank highest among his re-
gional priorities. That is where he laces that tough-
e-t challenge ol all.
Patience will be required on the part of all sides
Arab and Israel. But the good will as well as the
skill to back up the best of intentions U Thant could
talk to Nasser as even Hammarskjold could not
because he is trusted. At the same time, he has the
highest confidence of the Israelis.
The dark hour when Hammarskjold died for
peace may yet. in the person of U Thant. turn out to
have been the dawn of a new day. when peace will
Mght by the quiet, friendly man from Burma.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
:: is admittedly a wide definition ]; .,
i i r.e; people have diflerinu ideas on vilmtl
-:,;tf,c- Jewish philosophy on what constitni
Jews. even. Ard the fact that we feel ., need toft
:iy a book as Jewish does not m. ,e(, w
continue to watch the works of Jewish author'11*
.-ardless of what sort of books they write, to seevfe
i- compelling them in general; nor do we ignore^
non-Jewish authors, to see what is confoundioit
Western culture, in general.
Jev'sh literature is being written today ink
main fields: fiction, martyrology. hi->ry -'.
, uuid li.ciUv-c biography i. and philosophy .L
wculd include theology). A book ma) overlaptCa
categories, of course; but ordinarily ,i 1S onjv
the field of fiction that it sometimes becon
cult to determine "Jewishness." Whj determine i
at all? not for diusiveness. nor to separate it fn
the mainstream of writing. We label -inrplx a<
guide tor those especially interested in following(L
direction of Jewish culture.
Jewish Bonk Month was created | ourug
or what is available in recent Jewish writing, anta
remind us of the great wealth of centuries which has
always been available. I would be remiss if I did not
urge you to stay abreast of the footsU ; youromi
heritage, and at the same time, never, nevei
lect the literary landscape of the world if which Jen
walk. One must know both worlds, be ,-c the re-
lationship between them is. in essence, hat all-.he
Jewish books are about.
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPWI
Strange Anti Religion
"31 JulOSCOW GIVES THE c(cn light J
1 *" publication of a bi monthly that is|
Jewish only in the alpbebetic sense
the gullible at once interpret it a? a sipl
of retraction of a policy that tor mortl
than a decade has been aimed at brutal]
eradication of all Jewish root; in the I
Soviet Union. A poet writes an hone-!
poem about anti-Semitism in Russia and j
he comes under the fire of the commissars in the arts.
But wishful-thinking innocents here at once hail the poetic
outpouring as a good omen on the theory that one doesn't
dare poetize so frankly in the Soviet Union unless he has
received a nod from the red sanctum A visitor is given
the red carpet treatment by Soviet officials who always
know what they are doing and why. and e comes back
pi i tificating softness and optimism.
what the truth? Much truth written
about thi thi Jev in the Soviet I i
foreign corr frisodl}
to thi Si t (Union. The most telling i
m r*s as told by Maurii i 'Home
Witti published some months : hy Double-
day, luthor cit< -
he i into the motivations behind l
lamiy no ore would have thought, except
i structure capable of emu
It vend the black hundred of czarisl
political experiment, the mightiest revolution in history.ii
row more than 43 years old. yet the Jews i ne ol all na-
tonals are the country's stepchildren, as 11.; lus calls then
in the chapter dealing with the Jewish situation
In 1930 the Mongol tribe of Chukchi in northern Siberia
was given a written language by the Soviet Union even
though it consisted of some 12,000 tribesmen. But the esti-
mated 2.268.000 Jews of which more than a fifth gave Yid-
dish as their mother tongue in a recent census, have since
i948 been denied all publishing facilities. Why0 The an-
swer can be found in what one Jew told Hindus ina con-
versation: "For Christians there is always enough paper,
enough of everything. But we Jews are in goluth here.
Maybe you know an American Jew who has a prayer
book?"'
About Jews and Sailors and Bagels and Lox
1A/HEN WE WERE kids. I remembe-
" we would ;,-k. When is a sailor no
lor'.' The answer was when he il
a board. When is a Jew not a Jew? Rab
bi Nissim, of Israel, doesn't think the
Bene Israel, the Indian Jews, are Jews:
and he is not pleased with them. The
Psalmist says. "I was glad when they!
said unto me, Let us go into the House|
of the Lord."
1 ihink that is the right attitude. We should be glad
when anyone cares to go to the synagogue.
Rabbi Nissim comes from Iraq. He has a very nice
face, and I am sure is a very sincere and fine fellow and
fine Jew. according to his lights Recently, the Israeli
daily. Maariv. told oi the visit of Rabbi Nissim to a kib-
butz where he addressed the children and deplored th?
lact that a few Israelis had deviated so far from Judaic
ideas as to raise pigs. I hope, said Rabbi Nissim, that there
no pigs around here. A little girl called out. -You
ought to see my little sister."
I agree with the rabbi about pigs, :1 not wllh
him in his views about the Bene Israel.
Just when is a Jew a Jew? Does one have t< kcep *..,
of the 613 Statutes of the Torah? Was Einstein a J _
Freud? Dr. SaJk" Ben-Gurion? You have to deline
differently to include all of these.
A friend of mine says that his test of a Jew;isi K*
eats ba,gel and lox for breakfast. Max Nordau used toi
of -baud) Jews" .stomach Jews'. He was rcternng
those who had repudiated all Jewish ties, but cvcr> ..,.
and then they slunk back to the Jewish sections M'"^
ously for a bit of cholent. kreplach or other items 01 J
cookery.
My father many years ago used to tell the st0^|f^
a European Jewish leader who visited the U.S.
lebnty said that on hs arrival in New York, he wasiw
to the Rumanian shul. the Hungarian stall, me m
shul, the Czechoslovak shul. the Yugo-siav shul. me
ker shul. the Bialystroker shul. the WalkowjSkei snui,
no one took him to a Jewish shul.


tiday, November 10. 1961
't'Jewisti fkwkttoitl
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LEGAL NOTICE

THE COLMV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FDR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. 1% PROBATE
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i.i: i: t.
MINNIE H V. ILMAN
I), used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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' notified and :i -
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. o N'NIK II WOLMAN
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I fill In d iplll Htl i lid HI
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titut' .ii i
i -ide i 'ountj. i ii
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; in., i.r the 'irjsl tublli lit Inn hi i
op i i na .- Ill be barred
Fl';i|-.l .il Mai: I, Florida, this -Mli
f i ..ii x ::'i;i
AAR N V. hi.MAN
A- \. utor
Pii hi ublli i' I i" of ili b notli on
i- ::rii lay ol November, 1961.
MUX. HAYS* ORUNDWERO
li.l ||. > foe II
I ainsley Bull ling
iiiiui 12, Florl j.t
11/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
undersigned, desiring tn engagi In
kislm-ss null-.- the fictitious name ol
tl'l* 79, nt 1301 79th str.it Cause-
ii>. Ni ih r.is Village, Dade Coun-
Florida, Ini -nd- to register said
game with the Clerk of the Circuit
urt of Dade County, Florida
CHALET. INT.
I'.v Tl.....lor- M Trushln, President
Hl'RNETT KOTH
Attorney for ('h .let, Inc.
L'i> Lincoln Ron I
Miami Bi ach, Flor .
11/3-10-17-24
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
I. FLORIDA 1% PROBATE
No 54295
PX Rl
i:i:u in a s;- xxih.k.
11. .-,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All i tllto ind Ml Persni Hav-
ing l*li imi or D inch Against Suid
I -i ite:
You are hereb) notified and re-
ciMiii-,i i i present .n> claims and de-
ignds which i mu) ha*v< against
the estate ol ERW1N A. STANDIa:
Deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, i" the Count) -1 udges of 1 'ade
County, and file the same in their
Office* In the C i mt) Courthouse Ii
I i.i.i.- Count F rlda. within six
calendar months from the dati nf the
first publication hereof, or the same
vili be barred,
- LBN x STANDER
MYERS, HE1MAN A KAPLAN
Alt,nil. -
1 I ".'I S XX'. 1st S'i ."
Miami :'.;. Florida
11/10-17-34, 12 i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE la HEREBY GIVEN thai
r tin- undersigned, desiring to engage i'1
business under tl.- fictitious name of
KENMAB anil KEN MAR at Dade
County, Florida intends t.i register
aid name with tiir Clerk f the Cir-
cuit Court ol D-ide County. Florida,
SIN OMi PRODUCT*! CO., INC.
ROVNER It KANNHEIMFTR
Attorneys fur Sun Qlo Products
Co., Inc.
11/10-17-21, It/I
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
i_________L
A "Yiddishe Mummy
a
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OP/HN that
the undersigned string to engaite in
business under the fictitious name of
BARRIE KITCHENS at H*71l N.W.
lith Avenue, Miami, Florida int..tut-
to register said name with the Clerk
ci the Circuit Court "f Dade County,
i"i.....la.
PETER B Pi 'X/iil.
Sole owner
SA.MI'KI, STEIN
am,nil"., for Applicant
11." Blltmore Waj
Coral Gables, Pla.
_____________11/10-17-24. 12/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C-83O0 (Oekle)
MIDWEST MORTOAOE COMPANY,
a Missouri Corporation, authorlaed
iu do business In the State .>i Florida,
Plaintiff,
vs.
El >\VARD AMOS I' xil.l.. et al.
11. fe idanta.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO; EDWARD EUGENE CARRERO
and MARY JANE CARRERO
137M 10th Street
Union City, C Lllfornla
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
> Miiit has been brought against you
l. v .\l I 11 W E S T Mi >KT< i AC E COM-
PANY, in the above-entitled Court,
to foreclose a mortgage encumbering
iii. following described property, to-
Lot 10. Block 7, SIERRA MIRADA.
according to the plat thereof, re-
corded In Plat Book 57, at page -.
Of the public records of Dude Coun-
ty. Florida;
Toaeilier with:
Keivinator Refrigerator, Model
K46F11R, Serial No. 3AM06I
Venetian Blinds;
and you are required to file your an-
swer" with the Clerk of the. Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida, at
the Courthouse in Miami. Florida, on
or before December 12. 1961. and to
serve a COOS Ol such answer upon
David P. CATSMAN. Plaintiff's at-
torney, whose address is Mth Flow
at 101 East Flagler Street, Miami ;:'-'.
Florida, if you fall to do so. the
..inplaint will he taken as confessed
bv you and Decree l*ro Confesso
will' be entered against you for the
reMef demanded In the complaint.
DATED this 7th da) of November,
1901.
E B. LBATHERMAN
i i, 11, it the 'ircuit Court
I iad Counts. Florida
(eenl) By; HE1 EN KES8LER,
DepUt) Clerk
DAVID P. CATSMAN
iitii Floor at lot B. Hauler st.
Miami 32, Florida
11/10-17-24, 12/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underi ng to eitgagi In
busin inler I flclItlous name -.i
i'.\i-.;iit- in -Tin: act COMPANY
i not In ited) al Suite number
J7ii. si-' i !.; iin R i.. In tlie I'll
Ml inn I; h i' '.i.i. Intend t" n
i--.. r the Ith the < "ler i i il
the Clri "i ii-i>i. County,
Florid i
TAL1ANOFF, WALLER A l.lTM.xN
Attorne.x for Applicants
I2' I.in : i I
HERBERT MARSH xi--
ERNIE HELD
li 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nun.- of
VIC'S BAR A ORIL.I, al 248 N E ;,tli
Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with th.- ct^rk of
the Circuit Coir', of Dade County.
Florida.
VICT'iK K. KOCH, !.ole Owner
STERN & HUTNHR
Attorne) i tor owner
701 Ainsley Uuilding;
Miami 32, Florida
11AM0-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersinned. desiring to en business under th.. fictitious n ime ol
PERLS SANDWICH SHOP at sr.
North Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida.
Intend! to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
AARON Al. PKRI.Ml'TTKR.
Sole (inner
Coidman. Goldstein & Paesler
Attorney* for Registrant
2;t0:i West F'lngler Street
Miami. Fla. NE r-06l
U/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY cixii.x Hint
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage In
liusin-.-.- undei the fictitious na......it
CAROL I.KjI'.iKS at S71S X XX' 187th
Street, Carol City, Intend* to register
-ail name witl, the Clerk ol the fir-
cull C f 1 ude i "ountj. Floi i i
Mi ISAM Ci KP
B) s'. I. Coppermun, i'resl.
HARRY Zl'KERNIt'K
Attorn. ) for i iwner
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, F'lorlda
11 10-17-24, I! l
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names ":
Beach Hearing Aid Center; Miami
Beach Hearing Aid Center; Washing-
ton Hearing Aid Center; A Hearing
Aid Co., at 133] Washington Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, Fla., Intends to register
said names with (he Clerk of the
Cln lit Court of Dade County, Florida
WASHINGTON OPTICIANS, INC.
i.i Fla. Corp.)
Sole owner
10/13-20-27. 11/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKHY GIVEN that
ihe unilersined, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
of STATE I.iyl'oRS #>. IN'-., at
11880 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami In-
tends to register said name with tli.-
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
MOSAM CORP.
By: M i. Copperman, Pres dent
HARRV ZUKERNICK, Attorney
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Peach, Fla.
______10/20-27. II 3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No- 54121-B
IN RE; Estate of
AARON FADBM
Decs ised.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any Claims and demands
which \ou may have against th.- es-
late of AARON FADEM deceased late
of Dide County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty JudHcs of Dade County, and file
th same In their offices in the Coun-
ts Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within eisht calendar month-
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will b.- barred.
HARRY FADEM
Administrator
F.DWARD H LEVIN
Attorney for Administrator
1'02 Congress BuildinK
Miami 32. Fla.-FR 1-1206
10/20-27. 11/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HCRKPY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
THE GASLIGHT INN at number S*8
S.W. "i7th Avenue in the City of Mi-
ami Florida, and STATE LIQI'ORS
at RSI S W. ",7th Avenue in the City
Ol Miami. Florida intends to register
thi- sail names with the Clerk of the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 111S3
THE GREENWICH BAVING8
BANK, corporation existing under
the laws of the State of New York,
Plaintiff,
HAROLD B. PASTOR, et al.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: HAROLD B. PASTOR and
ANN P. PASTOR, his wife
5010 IVmbridge Avenue
Rnttiniore 15, Maryland
YOU ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has been brought against you
bv THE GREENWICH S A V I N ti s
BANK, In the above-entitled Court, to
foreclose a mortgage encumbering the
following described property, to-wit;
Lot ".. in Block 24. SECOND ADDI-
TION TO SIERRA, according to the
plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book
'.7. at page 7. of the publi,- records
of Dad.. Co inty, Florida;
Together with:
General Electric Refrigerator.
Model LB-10; Serial YM-WSJU;
Venetian Blinds;
and you are 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, INI, and to serve
a Copy Of sic li answer upon DAVID
p, c.xTSM.xx. Plaintiffs attorney,
whose address Is lith Floor at 101
Bast Flagler street. Miami :;.'. Flor-
ida, on or before said date, as re-
quired by the Laws of Florida. If
vou fail to do so. the complaint Will
be taken as confessed by you and a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
ggainal you for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
DATKD this Dili day of October.
1961.
i: p.. lf:atherman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade Count v. Florida
(seal! C. 1. ALEXANDER,
Deput) Cbrk
DAVID P. CATSMAN
14th F'loor at 101 R. Flagler St.
Miami ;;2. Florida
10/20-27. II'3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54133 B
IN i;i: Estate ol
CH.xrXCKY STONE
I.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'i. .lit,.i- ami All I'i Hat
Ing c ...t i- o Demttnils Agali I Said
Kstal
1 luu ai. hereb) notified I pi
, qi : .1 li |.i -.ni am i lilim
mnml v h ii \...I m n
till .i.i. ..[ II AI'Ni "FJY >'l i.XI-'
[ deceased l 11 ol 11h i < nty, Flor-
ida, t.. Hie i 'olllll) .1 in. I ,
i 'ountj. ami file Ihe na me In
a ml us provided in Kectmn 733.18,
lorlda Sin ii the m
the Count four) house In I'ad i
t). Florid i. ci 'tli ii :\ .....
months from the time : the fl
publication hereof, or thi sami w l.
be b in ed
Dated BI Miami. Florida, tlii- ltli
na) ol.....bei, A.D 1961
s l.. us MICHAELS
As Fixecutrlx
First publication of this notice >n
the -.iii da) of ictober, I 161
\i:i.sox \ BPIEl.VOtlEL
Attorne)s t..i Executrix
iu7 Lincoln Road
10/17, 11 1-10-i?
IN THE COUNTY JUOOC' C'IRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54187-B
IX RE: Estate of
X.xi i.mi l.Ks'i IWODER
Dei easi .1
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Calms or Demand- Against Said
restate
You a".- hereb) notified and requir-
ed to presenl an) claim.- and demands
which you mac have agalnsi the es-
tate of NAOMI LESOWODER de-
ceased late ..f Dade County, Florida,
to the Count) Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate ind
as provided In Section 7::*; i'i. F'1 .
StatUt.-S. ill then Offll II!
tj c. ii ho ise in I ade I ml P ir-
hia, witlun six calendar months front
the tin.....f the fli si p iblli al
of. or the same will be bu
I -ate i it Miami, Florida, this I Ith
day ol >ber, A.D. l'.nil
1:1111:1. i,;:s. i\\ uui i
I iR I.i HIS S I. IPS. HIT/.
HF:NRY LirSl.'HL'TZ
As l.s. c itors
F Irsl publli atlon of this
ihe JTth da) of ictober I H
WKLLISCH & HOl'GHERTY
Attorne) for Estate .'
NAOMI LESOWODER, D
111 ^ c mgress Building
10 _: II 1-1 1-17
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit in
and for dade county.
Florida, in chancery
No. 6IC I13TO
JEAN Rl >' :o\v,
Plaintiff,
c.-.
GEORGE ROGOW,
I i.'fendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: GEORGE ROGOW
1135 Rlttenhouse Street, x w.
Washington, D.C.
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce hag been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a cop) ol your answer
on Plaintiff's attorney, CAIN & IBIS,
::83o W, Flagler Street. Miami, Flor-
ida, and file the original in the office
Of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 14th da) of November.
1M1, otherwise said Complaint for
Divorce iil be taken as confessed
by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, thi- 21th
dav ol October. 1961.
i: B, LBATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal By: C I. ALF2CANDSR,
Deputy Clerk
10/17, 11/3-10-17
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
t'Jenist Ifhradi3ir
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate yarut
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Mai I'll 3-1605
ior messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 6tC 10937
JAMBS ANDERSON,
Plaintiff,
vs.
AMANDA ANDFTRSON.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOC. AMANDA ANDKRSoN. 17-"'
N.W. Ird Ave., Miami. Florida, are
notified to serve a copy of your an-
swer to Divorce Complaint
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 54107-C
ix RE: Estate of
JOBEPHINE PEARSON,
11.., eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons H >^ -
log Claims or Demands Against Saul
Instate
You are hereby notified and required
to present an> claims and de-nan.is
which you may have agalnsi th.-
tate of JOSEPHINE PEARSON, de-
cease.I late of Dade Clinic. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade county,
and file the same in their office- in
the Counts courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, Within eight calendar
months from the .late of th- first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
HORMIDAS c.LADU
FIxecutor
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPI.AN
My: Leon Kaplan
Attorne) -
l l.'.O S.W. 1st Street
Miami, Florida
10/20-27, 1D3-10
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL T" WHOM THESE PRE-
SKXTS SHALL I'oME. GREETINGS:
Whereas CELIA D COaUtoNH,
MIAMI. FLORIDA E8THKR 7.F:i.l.
NER, MIAMI. FLORIDA; BETTY
ili il I-|:ACF:K. MIAMI. F'l.oRIDA did
on the if!" da) if July. A.D i9',i;,
cause to !- incorporated under the
provision* "i chapter ';'". Florida
statute- i;i;i.c i, INC., i cor
atlon, with It* principal place of busi-
ness u Miami, dadf; COUNTY, In
the s'at.. ..f F'lorlda, and whereat the
.-t.., kholdi il sui rpo atlon did
on the Ind da) Novi ., ,,. A.I'.
pull, cause to be filed In the office
r thi Hecretar) if State of the 8ts i
of I ',ori.|... a 'onsenl : ill the si
holders mt.ler .visions of s lid
Chai......I F'lorJ la SI U ites, show-
ing t in dlssol it Ion i .- ich corpor-
ation
Now, therefore, the Hecretar) of
S| He d". s here I Ify I
going and thu atlsfied thai
ii,.. requiren la ba\ e i
complied i' i' i
IN WITNESS WHEREOF', 1 have
here) i to -' d have
llreii Seal ol the
.-'; it. .1' F'llll li i I'I i.i II I -see,
th- i 'api ii, SF> 'i NH i iy
(goal) TDM M.\M-
s etar) i .-.
Ill i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 6tC 9828
CARTERET SAVINGS AND LOAN
ass. ICIATF N,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
CHARLFIS Flil.SoXt, JR., and
P X'l'Sl' I'i il.Si >M, ':. itc
ind s A GRIMALDI,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: CHARLES FY>LBi>M. JR., and
PATSV F'oi.soM, his wife
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
You are hereby nottfll 1 that the
above oaptioasd tloB has been in-
stituted aKain-t you iu the Circuit
Court of the Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida in and for Dade county to fore-
close a mortgage upon the following
described real property:
Lot 16. Block 21 First Addition to
MYRTLE GROVE, iccordins t" the
Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book.
r.7 al Page 2 of the Public Records
of Dade County, Florida,
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with th
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a COP) thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney, MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor
Had.- Federal BuUdlng, Miami 32,
Florida, not later than November 21st,
IM1, or i 1..... Pro Confesso will
be entered against you.
Dated October 13, 1981.
f: b i,f;athf:rman. Clark
Circuit Co -:. Dade County. Florida
(seal) B) HELFJN KESSLER,
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
I Ith Floor Dade F'ederal Building
Miami 'ii, Florida
10 10-17. 11 '3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAXV
NOTK'F: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SILVFJR OF MIAMI at ;IU9 N.W. 2nd
Avenue, Miami. F'la.. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
IRA SILVER
EVELYN SILVER
Sole Owners
10/20-27. 11/1-10
against vou on Plaintiff's attorney.
GEORGE NICHOLAS. 1218 N.W. 7th
c'ircuu''cour'tof'V.ade'Coun'ty. Florida St.. Miami^Fla., and file original with
Dated M ami Beach, Florida, this
19th day of October. 1961.
MOSAM CORP
By: IC L Copperman, President
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Applloaat
II i Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach. Fla,
10 27. 11/3-10-17
Clerk of this Court on or before 21st
day of November. 1961, otherwise
complaint will be confessed by you.
datf:d. October nth. 1961.
f:. 11. LBATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) i'.v : C. P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
10/20-::. u 'g-io
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTICK is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
of STATK LIQI'ORS #:,. INC. at
34R7 Coral Way. Miami intend-, to
register said name with 'he Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MoSAM CORP
By: M 1. Copperman. President
HARRY ZUKERNICK, Attorney
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beai h, F'la.
10/20-27, 11/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTiCE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under -he fictitious name of
CCs's LANDSCAPING SERVICE at
number MM s xx' lith street in the
Clt) ol Miami. Florida intends to
resistor th.- -aid name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 10th
dav of October, I'.il
GUM ZITI8
GEORGE, AME8A BITTER
1150 S.W Isl St.. Miami. F'l..
Attorneys for Applicant
10/20-27. 11/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HURBBy GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HUM-IT FVMil" STORES at 87W S.W.
62nd Avenue intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
RFTJtNARTi OF:iSF:RMAN
thfiodokf: ivfjs
sidney f.'f'ronso.n
Attorney for Applicants
141 Security Trust Bldg.
10/20-17. 11/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engase in
busines.- under the fictitious name of
M.xxxiXM ixs BV ROBBIE LYNN
at 1096 f:. lith Street Hlaleah, Flor-
ida Intend- t.....gJgtgV said name with
tlie Clerk of the CUCUlt Court ol Dado
County. Florida.
ROBBIB LYNN. INC.
a Florida corpora'ion
1097. E. 18th s- Rial -aii. Fla,
ALBERT U ROSEN
Attorne) for Robbie l.vnn. Inc.
.. 10 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
10/27, 11/3-10-17


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Friday. November 10, jggi
Carl Alperf Will Speak in Miami For Technion
ciBi iLH*T
CmI A-per* *.-3a-: to the
pmigft osf TeckBMe. Israel In-
stztete el Tecaekteagy will *&:*
-i Mpporter? of the
MA
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Techna-\. the only c4>*9* of
*fvj teer-rvj od aso1 d SC:*nc
an .' has Mm resoonsjoilrty
o* providing the cO-<*ry with
t*cwikc5 :* < ?'Ined mmpwrtr
id serving as center of irv
dvttrie: research.
IS YGUP gpe~"e:~
BUSINESS ASSET
Answerite, Inc.
Telephone Answering
Service
SERVING
JEfferson Union
Highland FRanklin
Executi/e Office
FR 3-5581
THE JEWISH HOME
FOR THE AOFO
needs for its
THRIFT SHOP
All your furniture, clothing,
linens, dishes, drapes, etc.
All pro<*di go toward* support of
ttio Homo. You may contribute, talro
tax deduction or wo will pay ca*k
for u (iiminbir wo aro NOT
o profit inaki*cj organ! i-'on Wo
aro hoipiwig your community to hoop
iti digoity y bolping othor* you
aro halping yoaatsolf! Manufacturer*
and ,ohharratimborwo can ui*
II your >u*aoH or mlifrtj
Pease cell us for early
pick-up.
THE JEWISH HOME
FOR THE AGED
THRIFT SHOP
5737 N.W. 27th Avenue
NE 3-2338
Closed Saturdays
Tike flKOtataac Srr; be?i-
hrai: academe program in 19?4
- KB turoUmem of according
L/xus Glasser. devetcptweat
-Baa for tee local chapter.
Tecfcs.oo and as aff.
Tecbcjea'. H.zii 5c soot have more
Five fears
ed i tract of 3B6 acres on the slopes
;'. Mr Carsael te Technion a* toe
new carr.
Veterans Sponsor
Oneg Shabbat

'Air : terat We
and ar.1 '
Bf ice Browi Pa
*iil jointi;. spoaaef a-. 0
bat or. Pride* evening it '.'
Zioa
On Saturday eveoii
participate in the veterans Daj Pa-
rade on Miami Beach
Veterans Daj rill t><-
held by both post! and auxiliaries
a; West Miami Town Ha:: Ml 51"
o2nd avc on Sunday morning Rab-
t<: Alfred Waxman will officiate
Lebanon Planning
To Expel Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
meat has carried through its in
ticipeted eajuestration of the ;
ertf of another 255 wealthy indi
viduals. it was reported ir. London
from Cairo There are Bumeroui
Jewiafa names on the publi-h<-d !:-t
A British Embassy official -aid
a preliminary Study '.'. the hit
ihewed abaut a dozen Bril ih sub-
jecti amr*ng thoea effected The
action brought to 422 the nui
of persons whose property has
been confiscated in the past
days
YGUR
TELEPHONE
PROPER!./
ANSWERED
Tecbxior. Sex
Mr- (, ; .aiaed. was orga-
BBtr< aledfed to
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Aapert, wfce ha* Inred m* I*-
rad since Me, is well-knemrn
journalist and evthor. He *
for many years edvcjtionat di-
rector of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, ni editor of its
-Stew Palestine" magazine. He
is the author of several books, in-
ciudir.j "The Or*cleA Jewish
Reference Book," "To The Land
of Their Fathers." and "Petes-
tme Between The Two Wr."
7 of a regular we
...-.- in the National Jewish
ajpert also antes on I
national Amei
He is *
-.': I .
Te
teskssvaay throughout the United
States and Canada.
A naUve of Boston, he studi(
Bnatssl University and Ge
Wasfnagron University.
Flags Will
Be Presented
Late Friday eveasxtg serrices a;
Temple ffer Tamid dedicated .)
Veterans Day. rin include -.he
natation ol an Americai
I-raeh flag by Mrs Rubin Eck-
rtein in men nrj of her lati
bassd.
North Sberc Pj-r. 6TT
lewiata "^ar Veterans a
Harr)
poet con mai
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Idea' :r. ?ic- :i
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tiqji nil* di. Cas-
n-'zt i rilUesna.
IMO IUXIM WiiLE' Back
uiii C5fc de Ho $':: ts
rip r out.
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Co. Stain, rust rejiitnt.
(ENEtiL ELECTRIC HEATIIK PiA
3 ijetd wsrm'h. pushbutton coa-
tr:. eastubli cover.
UIB TRAVEL U6 2' k>i].
13'j" high. 6" deep. Zippe'. loci,
key. Tartan pa d
FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS from anywhere in the United States.
Savings Accounts opened or added to through the 10th earn from the 1st.
*One to a family.
Sorry, no gifts by mail.
Se Habla EspaRol >k '""'J/*
flOWNTOWN:
100 N. E. 2nd AVENUE
BRANCH:
BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA
FREE PARKING
FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI /
EACH ACCOUNT INSURED UP TO S10.000 BY THE FEDERAL SAVINGS I LOAN INSURANCE CWORATIWI


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oman s
WoM
by ISABEL GROVE
"(OTewisli Floridian
Parties galore for Eleanor A. Rubin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Donald F. Rubin, future bride of A. Jay Cristol. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Cristol ... It rained on Sunday. Oct. 15. for the shower
uiven by Lillian (Mrs. Norman) Babel, but not enough to keep
the guests away Miniature kitchen utensils decorating the
home throughout, set the theme for the day. although it was diffi-
cult to visualize Eleanor, radiant in a morning glory pink sheath
il imported lace, doing anything as mundane a* scrambling eggs.
for instance Guests included the bride's mother, the bride-
groom's mother, Mrs. Sue Leiter. Mrs. Harold Thurman (Eleanor's
aunt). Dcbby Thurman, who will be maid of honor for her cousin.
Phylisi Kaplan, Ellie Schoenberger. Mrs. Dorlene Shane. Mrs.
Linda Werner, Mrs. Albert Weintraub and Mrs. Linda Fteisher .
Champagne supper in honor cf the soon-to-be-married couple
given by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weintraub on Saturday. Oct. 21 .
I 'harming gesture was presentation of a corsage of roses to each
and a carnation for every gentleman's lapel Eleanor
\ely in a black silk with illusion tcp and long sleeves Was
,n Iding hands with Jay during the showing of a film clip of
him fighting bulis a Mexico taken by the host .
Poolside luncheon a week later at the home of Eleanor (Mrs.
Milford) Greenberg. with co-hostesses Mrs. David Pollack and
Mrs. Bossie (Helen) Reiger Bride-elect chose a demure flowered
silk with matching shoes Afternoon occupied with bridge and
cunasta .
Still to come is a shower on Tuesday planned by Mrs. Jean C.
Lehman and Mrs. Sidney Lewis And the rehearsal dinner,
hosted by Mr. aod Mrs. Harold Thurman, Eleanor's aunt and uncle,
Saturday. Nov. 18, the night before the wedding.
- *
Sandra Harriet Shapiro will become a bride in June Her
parents, the Sam Shapiros, of 4325 Adams ave., announced her
engagement recently to Maurice Friedland, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard M. Friedland. of Coral Gables ... A graduate of Miami
Beach High, Sandy will also have her degree from the University
Ol Miami by June Champion golfer. Sandy wot: the international
title in Jamaica playing for her school, and holds the club champ-
hip at B i Maurice got his early education in Chi-
ll then at the University of Miami He's a CPA now
with R< nek and Landis, of Miami.
-
G rge and Helen Cheren. 927 Hardee rd., Coral Gables, re-
turned last week from a golfer's dream holiday Spent three
weeks playing on championship courses while relishing the cool.
ci isp autumn air, and the beauty cf leaves turning red and gold ...
First -tip v'i- Hendersonville Country Club, followed by Pine
NeedlesLOdg y Club, both in N.C. Then it was the Dune
t iuntrj Club in Myrtle Beach, S.C.. and finally Sea Island Country
I ib in Georg i The Cherens belong to the Palmetto and
Miami Country Clubs here, and Helen is a member of the North
Dade Women's Goli Assn. Guess they like golf .
Anther vacation with unique overtones just completed by
Peggy and Mac Mermell, and their three offspring, David. Steve
and Debbie Mac bought and piloted his own plane all the way
to California and jack Flying four hours and sightseeing the
rest of the da.,, they covered lots and lots of territory For de-
tails, see a soon-.o-bC-released feature story of the trip written
for a magazine .
Ind-^tructtble vacationers. Abe and Jean Eisenberg. back
from their 28th trip to Hot Springs. Ark., and a 31-day Mediter-
ranean cruise Abe is the Riverside Memorial senior executive
. Jean's activities center around the National Children's Cardiac
Home and Variety Children's Hospital.
- -
Many of ft guests who attended the wedding of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Brocks 50 years ago in Scranton, Pa., will also be here to
share their golden anniversary with them later this month ... On
Thursday, Nov. 24. an Oneg Shabbat in their honor will be held at
the Southwest Jewish Center, and on Sunday, Nov. 26. Mr. and
Mrs. Conrad AJiain, daughter and son-in-law. will host a reception
in their home Brooks, a founder of the Southwest Jewish Cen-
ter, was its first religious chairman, and has always taken an
active part in all Holy Day services there They've lived in
Miami since 1952 .
Built-in entertainment unit in the home of "Mr. and Mrs. Aron
Farber on Sunday turned out to be their guests Since all are
well-known performers, the singing and dancing, singly and in
groups, had a professional sheen Only non-participants were
I e host and Surfside Councilman. Louis Hoberman. president of
the Surfside Music Society But they were an enthusiastic
audience for pianists Aida Yaslo. Esther Barrett, teacher and
accompanist. Eslelle Hoberman. who is also a dancer, and singers
Rose and Alex Dellerson, and hostess Joyce Farber, coloratura.
* -*
Although he's in his new home only a week. Rabbi Harold
Kichter, spiritualle ader of Dade Heights Jewish Congregation, has
invited his many friends and members of the congregation to a
housewarming on Sunday from 2 to 6 ... His stationery will hence-
forth read, 1320 NW 183rd st____
Judge Milton A. Friedman, Grand Lodge president, B'nai
B'rith District 5. attending the international board of governors
meeting this weekend at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York .
In the interests of higher learning, Mrs. Molly Misheloff and
son Michael, an honor graduate of Miami Senior High, have de-
serted the golden State of Florida for what is sometimes referred
to as the equally golden State of California Michael is now a
freshman at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena .
They're joining Dr. and Mrs. Jack Wainschel, Mrs. M's daughter
and son-in-law New address is 5301 Lexington ave., Hollywood,
Calif. % .
-
No doubt about the Ralph (Gladys) Kaplans and Herman (Fae)
Rubins enjoying their trip Gladys writes from San Juan that
they've been dining, dancing and sightseeing Loved Rio de
Janeiro and were poised for island hopping through the Virgin
Isles, Haiti and Jamaica .
Good news for the many friends of Larry Flaum. of Pansy's
flowers ... He is so far recovered from his recent illness that
1 he is permitted visitors.
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 10, 1961
Section B
Beth David Sisterhood will go "Leafing through the Pages" at
its monthly meeting Wednesday, 11:30 a.m., at Spector Hall,
2525 SW 3rd ave. Here, a panel of Greater Miami literary
experts discuss their part in the Sisterhood program, which
will put the spotlight on Jewish Book Month. Seated (from
left) are Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education; Dr. Donald Michelson, director of Hillel
House at the University of Miami: Mrs. Leo (Hilcrv) Mindlin
book editor of The Jewish Floridian; and Harry Simonhoff,
noted Miami author and attorney. Standing (from left) are
Mrs. Max Jacobson, Sisterhood president; Mrs. Edward Gold-
berg, chairman of the program; and Mrs. Louis Schwartzman,
vice chairman.
Lighting one of 13 candles to commemorate the 13 years of
Israel's statehood is Mrs. Jack A. Cantor, wife of the chair-
man of the board of governors of the Israel Bond organiza-
tion, as Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro looks on. The ceremony was
one of the highlights of the recent Israel Bar Mitzvah dinner
held under the auspices of the Women's Division of the Israel
Bond organization. Mrs. Cantor is the first woman Golden
Trustee in the Central States. These include purchasers ol
$50,000 in Israel Bonds, or more.
Southgate Group Presents Film
Beth David Panel
Marks Book Month
Who is the most famous Jewish
character in American fiction?
What part does the Jew play in
American novels?
These and many other questions
will be discussed by a panel of
Greater Miami literary expert3
Wednesday at Beth David Sister-
hood's monthly meeting at Spec-
tor Hall.
"Leafing Through the Pages" is
the theme of the Sisterhood's 11:30
petite brunch program arranged
by Mrs. Edward Goldberg, chair-
man of the day, with Mrs. Louis
Schwartzman and Mrs. Robert
Gold, vice chairmen.
The program is in conjunction
with Jewish Book Month, in pro-
gress through Dec. 3.
Moderator of the panel Is Louis
Schwartzman. executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Education
of Greater Miami. Panelists are
Mrs Leo (Hilary) Mindlin. book
editor of The Jewish Floridian;
Dr. Donald Michelson. director of
Hillel House at the University of
Miami; and Harry Simonhoff. noted
Miami author and attorney.
Other phases of the panel discus-
sion will include the interpreta-
tion of the Jew by the non-Jewish
author and adjustment of Jewish
fictional personages to the Ameri-
can environment.
There also will be a book exhibit
featuring literary works of local
Jewish authors.
Southgate group of Hadassah was
to hold its regular meeting in the
Recreation room of Southgate
Towers on Thursday evening, Nov.
9.
Guest speaker was to be Dr.
Richard M. Fleming, member of
the board of directors of the
American Cancer Society of Dade
County.
The film, "Time and Two Wom-
en," was to be shown. Mario Pel-
legrini, educational director ef
American Cancer Society, and Mrs.
Dorothy Serotta, divisional chair-
man for Miami Beach area, were
to participate in the program.
ORT Ball Due
Here Saturday
ORT's "Mellah Mother Ball" will
take place Saturday night in the
Grand ballroom of the Everglades
hotel.
Members and friends of the
Southeastern region of Women's
American ORT will join in an eve-
ning of dinine. dancing and enter-
tainment. The Mellah Mother of
the Year will be presented with a
bronze plaque. There will also be
a color television set awarded.
Proceeds will go toward the
Guardianship Project which cares
for children taken from the ghet-
tos and Mellahs and entered into
ORT schools. Mrs. Willard Wohle-
gemuth is chairman.


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Friday, November ,p ^
lOOklllg Mildred
I o r n e r m*
Officers of the Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid were recently
installed by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz in the main sanctuary,
with a program of sonqs by Cantor Samuel Gomberg. Mrs.
Murray A. Shaw (left) was installed as president to succeed
Mrs. Louis Cohen. Congratulating her are (ieft to right) Mrs.
Shaw, Mrs. Fannie Sklar, Mrs. Louis Cohen, and Mrs. Loui3 J.
Gold, trustees. Other officers installed were Mrs. 3en Fabric,
Mrs. Henrietta Fine, Mrs. Jack Green berg. Mrs. Seymour
Horowitz, Mrs. Eugene Schwarz, vice presidents; Mrs. Adolph
Greenbaum. treasurer; Mrs. Irwin Weir.grarf, Mrs. Carlton
Blake, Mrs. Era Rosenfe'.ci, Mrs. Dan P'ver. secretaries.
Beach Units Will Highlight Health
Projects 3t Hadassah Meetings Monday
Miami Beach Hi i
will mcot to highlig it
sail Medical l anizati m
project M o n d a y which
through its C mil > Health
Services program has played -
significant role in minis) rl
the health needs of newcomers t<
Israel, as well as to the general
population.
*
Aliyah group will meet at Mor-
ton Towers at 1:30 p.m.. Monday,
and an interesting program has
been arranged Mrs. Samuel Gold-1
berg is president.
* t
Brartdeis group will have a lunch-
eon meeting at the Pontainebleau
hotel at noon. There will be 8
special musieal program offered
by Joseph W. Malek, accompanied ,
by Mrs. Olga Bibor Stem at the
piano. Mrs. Philip Thau is pres
idaat.
*
Deborah group will meet at the .
home of Mrs I.ee Howard, 89S3
Bay dr.. with a brunch at 11:30
a.m. Mrs. Esther Levitz is pres
ident.
* +
Esther rjroup will meet at the
Monte Carlo hotel, with a paid-up
membership luncheon. Mrs Mau-
rice Cabn. membership coordin-
ator of chapter, will be guest
speaker, followed by a musical
program. Mrs. Louis Perlyn if
president.
* *
Israeli group will meet at noon
at the Algiers hotel. Refreshments
ill be '-; Slowed
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Eii-"a Lazarus group will hjld
Washing! m F 11
-'ral Savj I Loan Branch en
Normandy Isle at 12 n ion Mrs
Mayer Abramowitz will review the
i i -,
':- ;"!' i I is a presentation
>f songs by members of tr.e group.
Mrs Joha.i Berman is president.
The eggplant, attired in the royal
purple of ancient kings, is the most
regal of vegetables. Throughout
the Balkans, the lands of the Medi-I
: lerranean. in Israel, and in the
. other countries of the Near East.
j the e+tgplant is a blessing to cook*
; who serve it hot or cold, as appe-
tizers, soups, vegetables, main
| dishes, and salads. In many ol
I their recipes the skin is retained
, so that its color may add beauty
I to the completed dish Perhaps
if we used the French name, auber
i gine. instead of our more prosaic
! one. we might tend to place the
j eggplant among the other tine
; foods with which it belongs
There are many varieties of egg
plant, from tiny to as large a>
watermelons, but we are most ta
milhtr with the plum-colored ver
sion which grows to about nine
inches in length. While the egg-
plant has a starchy appearance.
actually as low in calories .i-,
green pepper, an.! is over N
er. Some exper .- mam-
tain that it should be heavy tor
size, others that it should be
light Since the experts disagree,
Eggplant Relish
'* CU >:!
t 14b. ( ''. peeled and
diced
2 large tomatoes, peeled
and diced
1:: green peppers, coarsely
diced
l* cup pitted green olives.
quart ere-i
u cup celery, coarsely
diced
tablespoon sugar
cup white vinegar
salt and pepper to taste
very large onion, coarsely-
diced
add the meat and^T^TT
with a fork over r!1,,l;umh'":
111 ,,U- '""" '*'-unundl:\
particles. Add the eMDllllt u'
"* nun,,,, ,*
"U'hr- ".-a^
ngredients. .., aM
jghtlyinto wiimi"*
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isseroje without touching t-n '
.portions ol the cesired 5u*
>lace the uncut shell, ..
and spoon the filling from th*.
This amount serves five or 5:x
If you like
KREPLACH
In a large skillet heat the oil.
Add the eggplant and cook and
stir o\er medium heat for live
minutes Add tomatoes, green pep-
pers, onion, olives, and celery
Bring to a bo:i. then cook over
medium heat tor twenty minutes
Stir Dissolve the
ind add. Cook
or one h ul then taste
and add lepper it desired,
i and keep refrigerat-
ed. [or a few
. appetizer
'his factor probably "is Of no immr There should
tance. What does matter in pur- '
.: eggplants i< firmness of i
text u r e, and an unblemished,
Ravi'1
IN SAUCE
Eggplant Stvffed With Meat
Senior Citizens Group
Senior citiiens group, age; 50
and over, will meet every Sunday
afternoon from > to 5 at D a d e
Heights Jewish Congregation. Pro-
grams will be planned and refresh-
ments serve.!.
Acorn Players Scheduled
Temple Players of Temple
Emanu-El will present the Acorn
Civic Theater in a dramatic read
ing on Monday in Sirkin Hall.
Hanra SeneteH growo will mee"
at the Saxony hotel at 12 noon for
luncheon. Special presentation to
lew members a siateJ. A film.
"SO Miracle Minutes." will be
shown. Mrs. Eva M. Blum is
president.
On Wednesday. Now 15, an Oneg
Shabbat for new members and
their sponsors, as well as a musi-
cal prjgram, is scheduled.
* ,
She'oma group will meet at Hi-
biscus Temple on Alton rd.. Mon-
day at 12 noon The film. "50
Miracle Minutes." will be shown.
Mrs. Manuel Feierman is pres-
ident.
*
Henrietta Sicld group will meet
in the Rubaiyat room of the Al-
giers hotel at noon. The film. -The
Book. Egg and Bell." will be
shown, followed by a varied pro-
gram. Mrs. Joseph Alexander is
president.
* *
Stephen S. Wise groc-o will meet
il the Casablanca hotel at
Refreshments will be served. The
book "Mila 18." will be reviewed
by Melvyn B. Prumkes. Mrs. H.
Kopel is president.
* *
I. R. Goodman group will meet
on Wednesday. 8 p.m.. at the Wash-
ington Federal Savings and Loan
Assb on Normandy Isle The pro
gram will take the form of a hos
pita! housewarming party, and the
film, "Operation M.D.," will be
shown. Mrs. Elsie Herman and
Mrs. Sylvia Labell are presidents.
smooth, and shiny skin.
Eggplant slices or strips, dipped
m batter or egg and crumbs, then
fried or sauteed. are the most popu-
lar method of serving the vegetable
here But if we take suggestions
from the countries where eggplant
is fully utilized, we can create all
sorts of varied dishes. From the
northern shores of the Mediterran-
ean comes a cold relish which is
used both as an appetizer or an ac-
companiment for the mam dish.
A somewhat westernized version
of a main dish popular in Israel is
I -'-i-i'ilant
tablesp ions vegetable oil
1 lb. lea,: hambcrger
1 medium onion, minced
t can cooked rice
'i cup shelled, roasted pine
nuts i pmens)
cup dried currants
tablespoons minced pars-
ley
teaspoon "ground cinna-,
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salt and pepper to taste
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Friday, November 10, 1961
*Jewisti flcrcfi&n
Paqe 3-B
Ber-
Mrs.
division afte
leaders of Greater Miami Section
on the Council story.
Section officers participating in
the discussion were president, Mrs.
Sidney Lewis; vice presidents. Mrs.
William Brenner, Mrs. Edwin Op-
penheim. Mrs, Raymond Rubin;
and division planning steering com-
epproved by the three B'nai B'rith Women's trict 5; and Mrs. Max ^ern service chairmen, ^^ chajrman Mrs J(,;in c. L,h.
Councils of South Florida to provide a corps Miami Beach Counc.l. For GMJCC: Mrs.
Oi volunteers to staff the program for older George A. Simon, vice president EfraimH.
riulSat the four branches of the Greater Gale, executive director; Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
Miami Jewish Community Center. Volunteers honorary president and president of the fed-
Miami, Miami Beach and North Dade- eration of Jewish Women s_ Organizations.
Charles Plotkin, director. Senior Citizens De-
partment; end Emanuel Tropp, associate
director.
New Council Division Formed
The South Dade Division of the Levey, public affairs; Mrs
National Council of Jewish Women, nard Loring. membership;
newest division in the Council fami- Abraham Eisenman, service; Mrs.
h was recently formed when Coun- Arthur Gilbert, administration,
Cii leaders and prospective mem- Mrs. Irwin Morse, treasurer and li-
bers met at Ihe home of Mrs. Abra- nancial secretary: and Mrs. A.
ham Eisenman, 7425 SW 126th st. Budd Cutler, recording secretary.
Twenty-six South Dade women Next meeting will be held on
became charter members of the Wednesday. 9:30 a m. a. he "ome
informal-Talks by of Mrs. irwm Morse. 500 Campana
Mrs. William Epstein. Sec-
ave.
tion Braille chairman, will present
a braille demonstration.
\
Major undertaking in service to senior citizens David J. Sachs coordinator. MtodjMl
> ., 7 __i_ ___:.\____________ n^-iiioc- Mrc ftlfcwfl Reich, nresident ol Dis-
,'launched this week with an agreement .activities; Mrs. Alfred Reich, presiden
, i i._ i____iv_~; nv;v. Wnman'c trirt .Sr nnd Mrs. Max Ken
For GMJCC:
man.
Temporary chairmen have been
hosen to lead the new division.
daughters of America
Daughters of America, a national,
non sectarian organization, whose
major purpose is to stimulate pa-
triotism, is organizing a Miami
Beach Council. First meeting will
he Wednesday evening at the home
from the ..
Broward Counci's of BBW have been called
i- attend the initial orientation training ses-
t on Tuesday. Left to right (for BBW) are Mrs.
They arc Mrs. Marvin L. Zank, or- ot Mrs. Evelyn Decky. 935 9til St.
ganizins chairman; Mrs. Burton Margretejones will be co-hostess.
Jewish Ccm. Center and B'nai B'rith
Werners Launch Senior Citizens Program
idorsement. Final details of the
program wen worked out by a
joint committee, and the under-
taking was approved by the board
[of the Center this week.
A call wer.f out several days
ago o all BBW members, an-
nouncing the first orientation
and training institute for volun-
teers, which will be conducted
next Tuesday at the Center's Mi-
ami Branch, 450 SW 16th ave.
The training session will begin
at 10:30 a.m., and continue until
2:30 p.m.
Following the training program,
interested applicants will be inter-
viewed by Charles Plotkin. direc-
tor of the Center's Senior Citizens
Department, and will be assigned
to specific duties immediately.
Volunteer workers will be util-
ized at each of the Center's lour
branches. Assignments will in-
Eleven chapters of Southeastern area and Hollywood will be spon- j ciU(jc group leadership responsi-
operation in behalf of the older
adult.
The step is in line with the pol-
icy of the national BBW. office,
which urges local chapters to en-
gage in service to the senior cit-
izen. After, thorough discussion at
the meetings of all 18 chapters
new program of volunteer
Btrvice in behalf of senior citizens
u. s inaugurated this week through
. greement between the three
B'nai B'rith Women's Councils of
South Florida and the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center. As
am i meed jointly by Mrs. Allied
Reich president of BBW, District coming under the three South;
E and A. Budd Cutler. GMJCC Florida Councils, of BBWMiami, i
president, this will mark a major Miami Beach and North Dade-1
development in community co : Browardthe plan met with en-
Southeast Florida ORT Sabbath Will
Mark Organization's Worthy Program
sunshine fashions
trend setter
In the
south
a-
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Shop Burdine's for the South's widest assortments
best in values newest in fashion and home trends.
Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop ... the
nicest way to own what you want when you want it.
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Florida region of Women's Ameri- sored by the following chapters:
can ORT will participate in special
J-abbath services Friday, Nov. 17, \
Greater Miami chapter at Tem-
u Tk I,';;' t pie Emanu-El; Miami Beach After-
hononng the activities ot ORT. An chapters. Temple
annual observance ORT'Sabbath Zanders, Temple
I! held in synagogues and temples.,..... ,,_.,,,_.
honor
lagogue
throughout the country in
ol the work done by ORT.
ORT is a worldwide organization
providing vocational education and
Menorah; North Dade, Congrega-
tion Yehudah Moshe; Greynolds
Park, Adath Yeshurun Synagogue.
North Miami chapter, Dade
training to needy and uprooted Heights Jewish Congregation;
Jewish people. Its program seeks Coral Gables, Beth David Congre-1 |eve) of worK a, ,ne
to achieve economic freedom tor tuition; South Miami, Temple Beth point ol effectiveness.
the individual. Am; South West Miami, Southwest
oKT operates schools in Europe, Jewish Center; and Hollywood.
North Alrica, Israel, Iran and the Temple Sinai of Hollywood.
Americas, and now has 608 training---------------------
bilities in such fields as cralts.
dramatics, folk dancing, ballroom
dancing. English instruction, etc.
There will also be openings in such
fields as transportation, letter-
writing, .incl preparation of food.
Volunteers will receive individ-
ual guidance Irom the Center pro-
fessional supervisory staff, as well
as. a continuous program of in-
service training to maintain the
maximum
units in 19 countries. This year,
]n;:ia will be the 20th country in
the organization's program, when
Ihe new ORT school in Bombay
(pens its doors.
Services in the Greater Miami
In attendance at the joint com-
mittee of both organizations where
the final plans were worked out.
were for BBW: Mrs. Reich: Mrs.
David J. Sachs, coordinator for
Senior Citizens Activities; Mrs.
Max Kern, service chairman, Mi-
ami Beach Council.
For GMJCC: Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
Tel Aviv Night1
At Menorah Fete
Temple Menorah Sisterhood
president, Mrs. Ray Morse, invites
members to a "Night in Tel Aviv"
on Saturday evening. Nov. 18.
A supper-snack will be served.
There will be entertainment and
dancing to the music of Irving Laib-
son and his orchestra.
Mrs. Laurence Weston is in
charge of the committee. Proceeds
go to Sisterhood's school activities
fund. Decorations are by Mrs. Jo-
seph Feldman and Mrs. Marge
Blistein. Refreshments are by Mrs.
Jack Segal.
Giffelson to Review Book
Next general meeting of Hebrew
Academy Women will take place
on Wednesday. 12:30 p.m.. at the
Ritz Plaza hotel. Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro, president, announced that honorary president; Mrs. George
in honor of Jewish Book Month' A. Simon, vice president: Efraim
there will be a book review. Abra-|H. Gale, executive director; Eman-
ham J. Gittelson. education direc- uel Tropp, associate director; and
tor of Beth Torah Congregation,, Charles Plotkin. director. Senior
will be reviewer. Citizens Department.
snpo
Princess Grace
Donates Gift
Tropical chapter of the American
Medical Center at Denver is mak-
ing plans for a "junk to jewelry"
sale at 567 NE 81st st. The sale
will be held Nov. 15 to 17.
Chairman of the project is Mrs.
Benjamin Bloom. She has received
a gift from Princess Grace, of Mon-
aco, to be auctioned off at the
sale.
The gift was presented by Prin-
cess Grace in memory of movie ac-
tor Gary Cooper.
Mrs. Jacob Gorman is president
cf Tropical chapter.
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Mrs. Jonah Capian (right) has been elected president of the
newly-formed Friends of the Mesifta Hebrew High School of
Greater Miami. Mrs. Harry Lerner (left) is secretary. The
organization will act as a PTA of the school, which is affili-
ated with the Hebrew Academy. The Mesifta entered its
second year in September.
Name Mrs. Stone
To National Board
Mrs. Alfred Stone, of Miami
Beach, was elected to the national
board of the Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America at the
concluding session of the 36th an-
nual national convention of the
\vomeR2*>religious Zionist organiza-
tion in Boston.
Mrs. Stone will participate at
! the national policy level in the de-
: velopment and operation of the
organization's extensive network of
child-care, social welfare and vo-
' cational education projects in Is-
rael.
The four-day convention, which
elected Mrs. Moses Dyckman. of
New York, as national president,
voted a budget of SI.285.000 to car-
ry forward 1961-62 activities on be-
half of Israels newcomers and
youth. Major project adopted was
the building of a vocational high
school for girls in Beersheba. gate-
way city to the Negev, in partner-
ship with the Mizrachi Women's
Organization of Canada. A con-
struction start for the $300,000 pro-
ject is scheduled before the end
:Of 1961.
The convention called for an
American initiative in developing
a pilot disarmament program in
the Middle East in its principal po-
litical action, after hearing Sen.
Kenneth B. Keating, of N.Y., form-
er Ambassador to Israel Ogden
Reid, Dr. N'ahum Goldmann, presi-
dent of the World Zionist Organi-
zation, and other American and Is-
raeli leaders.
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Mizrachi Women's national board
serves as a steering committee lor
some 50.000 members, organized
into more than 300 local chapters
throughout the country.
MRS. ALffttD STOHE
Cosmetic Exec
To be Awarded
By Special Report
Thousandth Will
Be Honored Here
The thousandth member to en-
roll in Hebrew Academy Women
will be honored at the organiza-
tion's annual membership brunch
an Tuesday. Dec. 5, at the Dcauville
hotel, according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, presi-
dent.
Highligh'ing feature of the after-
noon will be a skit depiciting the
role of the women during the He-
brew Academy's 13-year history.
Mrs. M H. Rosenhouse and Mrs
Abraham Steinberg are member-
ship co-chairmen. Serving on the
arrangement committee are Mes-
dames Zvi Berger. Arthur Berg-
man. Charles Bogin..Jonah Capian.
Sheldon Dearr. Irving Firlel. Jack
C.cr?on. Harry Kaplan. Emanuel
Karger. Frieda Koch, Leonard Ro-
sen, and Nathan Spiegelnian.
Pioneer Women
Schedule Events
Pioneer Women. Club 2. will hold
a luncheon in honor of Mr and
Mrs. Jacob Tarr and Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Krantz.
The luncheon will be Sunday
noon at the Marseilles hot-! "in i i
preciation for their devotion to UM
State of Israel.'"
Chairman of the afternoon is Mrs.
Nathan Bookspan. Invocation Will
be by Mrs. Sally Burr. Mrs Soma
Weiss will entertain.
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Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president of
Golda Meir Club, announces a regu-
lar meeting for Tuesday evening
at Beth El Congregation.
A card party will follow the short
meeting. Proceeds are for Child
Rescue Fund.
Mrs. Issie Gi r ten Is chairman,
with Mrs. Bessie Epstein and Mrs.
Rose Marks as co-chairmen of the
evening Mrs. Abraham Seltzer will
be hosti .a refreshments.
*
Mrs. Joseph Krantz. president of
: pioneer Women, Club I, anno
an .)neg Shabbat at her home. 8l>
Euclid ave., on Saturday at 2 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Na-
thaniel Soroff, who with her hus-
band just returned from a trip to
Israel. Dr. Soroff Is consultant to
the Eureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Spector (right) greet Sen. A. S. Mike Mon-
ronev, of Oklahoma, distinguished legislator and Democratic
leadt:, who was principal speaker at a Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital banquet honoring Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Spector,
a Cedars trustee, for "forty years of exemplary community
service." Some 400 persons attended the tribute dinner, of
which Sidney Lefcourt was chairman.
MOW YORK-Helena Rubinstein,
beauty authority and art connois-
seur, will relieve Hie "Woman of
the Year-' award conferred annual-
ly by the New York State Women's
Division. American Friends ot the
Hebrew University,
The famed cosmetic pioneer will
be cited at the organization's ninth
annual luncheon Mon.iay afternoon.
Nov. 13, in the Scrt room of the
Waldorf Astoria hotel. The award,
an illuminated scroll, inserted in a
limited-edition copy of the Biblical
' Book of Ruth," will be presented
to her by Madame Armand Berard,
wife of the French Ambassador to;
the United Nations.
Previous recipients of the "Wom-
an of the Year" award have includ-
ed Marian Anderson, Katharine
Cornell. Pearl Buck, Mrs. Franklin
D. Roosevelt. Margaret Mead and;
Mrs. Helen Rogers Reid. The Bib- j
lical volume, which will be pre-
J. Gerald Lewis, president of sented this year, as in previous
ML Sinai Hospital, has announced years, was illustrated by the late
the appointment of Mrs. Harry Xrthur Szyk.
Peshkin Chapter
Annual Party
Peshkln chapter of the Jewish
National Home for Asthmatic (hi! I-
ren will hold its annual card party
and luncheon at the House of Hoo
restaurant on th" 7f)lh st. cat
way. Thursday, Nov. 16. at 11:30
a.m.
All proceeds will go the National
Home in Denver, a free, non-sec-
tarian institution caring for child-
ren suffering from intractable asth-
ma. The hospital and research
center has treated many children
from this area.
Reservations chairman is Mrs.
David Silver.
Sinai Names
PR Director
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MRS. HAKRY PAPIW
Kneseifc Israel
Social Slated
Papier as director of public rela- j
tions for the hospital.
Mrs. Papier comes to Mt. Sinai
after serving as director of publ'c
relations for seven years at th<
Somerset Hospital in Somerville.
N.J.
During her stay at Somerset, the
hospital was awarded two natiora'
first prizes in annual reports and
a national citation for its publu
relations program. She is imme-
diate past president of the New
Jersey Hospital Public Relations
Assn.. and has had several papers
on this subject published nation-
ally.
Prior to her tenure at Somerset,
- ,Mrs. Papier served as director of
public relations at Mt. Sinai for
two years, having resided in the
Miami area for many years before
moving to New Jersey.
Mr. and Mrs. Papiej and daugh-
ter, Carol, arc now making their
home in Miami Beach.
Kuesiih Israel Sisterhood will
have ;i luncheon a^id social Tuesday
at noon. -------------
chairman u Mrs i Ruppert. Hairdressing Demonstration
and the committee includes Mes- ....
dames Clara Wtinstock, Lena Po-, Kineret chapter of Mizrachi
kin. Gizela Weiss. Fegina Basil .Women will meet Monday evening i
and Etta Mandell. at tne Minyonaircs Congregation, j
13737 Bird rd. Program will fea-;
Mrs. I. B. Eisentein is president, i hire a hairdressing demonstration.!
Poale Zion
Plans Meeting
Poale Zion. Chaim Greenberg
Branch of Greater Miami, will
meet Monday evening at the Far-
hand Cultural Center. 842 Washing-
ton ave., Miami Beach.
In the absence of the president,
Dr. Simon Wilensky. Max Astor
will conduct the meeting.
Bernard Furman. cultural chair-
man, will speak on "The Impor-
tance of Jewish Education for
Modern Youth."
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Friday, November 10. 1S61
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Monte Klein, son of Mrs. Claire Klein. 1435 Meridian ave..
celebrated bis Bar Mitzvah recently at Congregation
Knese'h Israel. A reception followed services. Standing (left
to right) are Mrs. Peter F. Heller, Judy Lipkins. Mrs. David
Zimmerman. David Zimmerman and Peter F. Heller. Seated
(ieft to right) are Diane Zimmerman. Monte, and Mrs. Klein.
Brandeis Women
Plan Meetings
Miami and Miami Beach chap-
ters of the Brandeis University
National Women"? Committee will
hold a board meeting on Friday.
Nov. 17. 10 a m.. at the home of
Mrs. Lawrence C. Kline. 3500 Fla-
mingo dr., Miami Beach.
Plans for the forthcoming South-
east area conference will be dis-
cussed. The conference will be
held Dec. 4 and 5 at the Eden Roc
hotel. Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz-
national board member, will be
general conference chairman.
Mrs. Solomon B. Margolis is
president of the newly formed Mi-
ami chapter.
mrs. soiomon b. margolis
Couple Mark
Goiden Wedding
Rabbi and Mrs Abraham
ch ) Schwartz. 634 SW 17th
who were married Oct. 27.
1912 New York City, celebrated
tl i i tury of their marriage
a family inner on the anm-
oi thai day.
Rabbi Schwartz served as spirit-
vh] leader of B"nai Zion Congrega-
tion in Key West for 14 years and
;o chaplain to the United States
Navy, there as well. For the 10
years preceding, he was chaplain
to the New Jersey state Peniten-
tiary m Rahw ay.
Ordained at the Domestic Eliezer
Y- rfiivah in New York. Rabbi
Schwartz has served in the rabbi-
nate in New York. New Jersey.
Pennsylvania and Florida.
Ladies Lead
Special Project
Mrs. Louis Baida. president of
; Beth Jacob Sisterhood, announces
that the campaign to air-condition
he classrooms of the Hebrew school
is in lull progress.
Major function in behalf of the
project is scheduled for Monday.
3 p.m., at David Whitman Hall of
ihc synagogue. 311 Washington ave.
Morris B Frank, president, will be
present.
Arrangements comitimee consist
', d1 the Mesdames Sam Kaplan. Dave
Krevat, Sol Krevat, Raphael Gold-
stein, Sam Perlstein, Max Thurs-
ton and .lack Wucher.
Local Delegates
Attend Session
Board mei ing of the Optimists
.id opti-Mr.-. -;li District was held
ecenlly in West Palm Beach,
Attending sessions from this area
were Mr. and Mrs. Melvm .1. Rich
iid, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gold, Mr.
ind Mrs. I.ysle Pesler, Mr. and
Mrs. George Goodman. Mr. and
Mrs. ArtSBr LoirYowifz,' and Mr.
and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich.
Mrs. Richard is president of the
rjpti-Mrs. <>f Miami Beach.
New Members
Consecrated
New members v. ere consecra-
e : during Friday evening services
i Temph Ner Tamid last week.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual
'eader ol the Temple, consecrated
he following:
Mr an M 'harh > AbramwHi
If, ,i VI Si n n. ii Alperl, Mr. and
\', Vuntei Mr. and Mr*. Mar-
shall Itaier, Mi and Mm lavld Hwk-
r. m .,n > Mi Vlfred Brwlaw, Mr.
nd Mr> J t R idd, Mr and Mi -
;tn11'. Hrtkel Ml Ml B, Isidore
naakill. Mr, Harold r*hakin, Mi and
Mrs. Ma* ""Vihi n, Mi and Mr* Prod
Ham-her Mr and Mm Rarne> Davis
Mra Rom- Drilling, Mr, Bnd Mr*. Wil-
liam Drualn, Mr*. Ruth Rckateln, Dr
ind Mr* Rufrene .i El-lman, Mr. and
Mrs, Si.l II. RdwardH. Mr. mil Mrs.
Hyman Elaenbaum, Mr. and Mm
Saul I'.i-.
Mr. and Mi Brni al Palkenb its
Mr. mikI Mrs. Max hYlcl. Mrs. Eth**l
Hnkil. Mr. Harry Koreman, Mr, and
Mis. Edward i- etcher, Mr. and Mrs
William Krnnkel, Mi and Mrs, Harry
Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. .Kill Fried-
man, Mr. an ind Mra. Joseph Holdberft, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Ooldberg, Mr, and Mra.
Isidore W. floldfoenwr, Mr and Mrs
Samuel Goldsmith, Mr. and Mrs. .In.-l<
i". (Iraen, Mr, and Mra. Jack Qreen-
ii. Id, Mr. I.e.. .1. Gulden, Mi. and Mrs.
HSd ward M. (Junaberg, Mrs Dora
averts, Mr. .ind Mrs. Bernard Hoff-
man, Mi and Mra, Milieu Hurwlti,
Mr. and Mra. Abe laaaca, Mr. and
Mrs Philip Jacdba, Mr. and Mrs,
Vdoliih Jarobson, Mr. and Mrs, Philip
i.....by, Mr and Mrs Maurice Joeih,
Mr and Mra. I "avid Kaiser, Mr. and
Ml s. M< IIs Ka -.-' I
Mesiorah Women
Hear Speaker
School Relations Group oi T" m-
pie Menorah Sisterhood sponsored
B -kotlee klatCh" in their Social
Hall on Tuesday.
Guest speaker. Dr. Estelle Mos-
kowitz, psychologist, discuss e d
child and Parent Relationships."
Mrs. Ray Morse is president of
SlsterTiSodT^MrT TNoTma'n Harrow
:, vice president <>t the group.
Hostesses were Mesdames Julian
Aberman, Sol Gewanter and Frank
Nankin
Thanksgiving Tea
Due Wednesday
"Judaism in the Home.'" fea-
turing a Chanuka display ar-
ranged by Mrs. Harry Kaplan, will
'be the highlight of a Thanksgiv
ling tea Wednesday. 1 p.m.. at the
Fontainbleau hotel under the au
spices of Temple Emanu-El Sister
hood.
Mrs. Morris Krovetz is planning
table decorations eomoinint; the
theme of Chanuka and Thanksgiv-
ing.
Mrs. Milton Bium. program
chairman, will present Mrs. Flo
rence Go'.dring in a dramatization
of "The Heart of the Jewish Wom-
an in Song," accompanied by .Mrs
Ben Ball.
Women Slate
Youth Panel
By Special Report
NEW YORKA symposium on
whether American youth are get-
ting too much freedom from par-
ents, educators and others respon-
sible tor their welfare will be one
.1 the highlights of the 38th annual
national convention of Women's
Branch of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of Ameriea,
iccording to an announcement by
Mrs Bmanuel Lazar. of Brooklyn,
N.Y., national president. The con-
vention will be held at the Breakers
hotel in Atlantic City. N.J from
tfonday through Wednesday
Some 600 delegates, representing
;>5 Women's Branch chapters and-
regions in the United States and
Canada, will attend the three-day
national conclave. Women's Branch
chapters are comprised of Ortho-
dox Sisterhoods of congregations
in the chapter area. The delegates-
will represent some 500.000 mem-
bers of such Sisterhoods.
Mr. Ham Kats, Mr and Mrs, Sam-
uel Klenor, Mr and Mrs. Uaoifti Kim-
in. 1, Mr, William Kraft, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Kiiinn. Mr. Meyei leaben, Mr
and Mrs Bdward I.. M'Oii. Mr. ;.'i Mrs. Max Lewis, Mi and Mrs, Mor-
ms 1.11m i in.in Mr. an.I Mra, William
, m r, -- London, Mr. and
Mri Saul Mandelbaum, Mr. and Mrs.
\ 11 inn Mark. Mr Ha rah Margules,
Mi. and Mrs, S N". man Ma-.i, Mr
and Ml s I;. .1 -. I M< '- I, Mr. and
Mi Ji ronie Mli h< II, Mr, and Mrs
Solomon H. Millman, Mr. and Mrs.
I...maid Morliier,
Hostess chairmen are Mrs. Wil-
liam Farr and Mrs. Henry Pen
[chansky. Mrs. Sol Goldstein, presi-
dent, will greet all members and
guests.
fuller Warren in Talk
Former Florida Gov. Fuller
Warren was to be guest speaker
at a meeting of the Young Adult
Friends of Israel on Thursday
evening at Surfside Town Hall,
9293 Harding ave.
Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Hamuel !'
V bra ha m Plan,
I'oHn. Mi
Mr. and Mrs
oid Mi -. All e<
i:. 11 11 t Mi
Hai-rj Pearl, Mr and
arlnian, Mr and Mrs.
Mr and Mis Milton
Mrs Vlvlli Polls '
I ..a a'd l"l I'll isc n. M
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nd Mrs. Ml. h .'
Volunteers
Needed Now
Volunteer workers are needed for
the January fund-raising campaign
sponsored by the women's chapter
of National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital.
Heading the campaign scheduled
for Jan. 12 to 14 are Mesdames
Bella Jacobson, Faye Emmer and
Raye Rosenthal.
National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital is supported solely by volun-
tary public contributions. New. ex-
panded facilities under construc-
tion in the Medical Center have
Increased financial needs for both
maintenance and building funds.
Xaiiue. Mr. and Mis. Milton Robblns,
Mrs. \iina !: .- nhei l;. Mi and Mi-
ll, i-msii Rosi nhei r, Mr Harrj Itoth-
Mi Hi man Rudolph,
i ir ii. d Ha Mi -id Mrs. Jack
-;, ii, \!i and Mit Xai S hwaris, Mr
.. n.i Mi s Louis Hhinefii Id, Mr, and
Mrs. .la.l, SieKel, Mr. and Mi's Na
ihnn Hokol, Mr and Mi- MorrU Kbl<
mon, Mr, Sam Solomon, Mr, and Mr-
Philiii Soref, Ml and Mrs. Maxwell
Splro, Mr, and Mrs. Morris Sleekier.
Mr and Mr* Pi unel* .- nfi Id, '
and Mrs. i*arl So rllna, Mr, All. n D
Stolur, Mr. aial Mr* .la. I. Sllvei
-1. in. I>. and Mrs. M.-Ivln Son ai.-.n,
Ml. and Mrs. I?n> Tan.n. Ml and
Mrs Rol.elf Taian. Mr. 11 nd Mr*
11.my "I'a llbi s
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
FABIEN SEYITZKY, conductor
SUNDAY, NOV. 12 MIAMI BEACH AUD. 8:30 P.M.
MONDAY, NOV. 13 DADE COUNTY AUD. 8:30 P.M.
RAYA GARBOUSOVA
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Toccofa anil Fugue in D minor
Symphony No. 7 in A major
Violoncello Concerto in B minor
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Mr ami Mrs Rob I Ti hIIi Mr
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Mrs. Varon Tubln, Mr. and Mrs.
I leonard Tolema n. Mi and Mr* Her-
bert l." I'nger, Ml. and Mrs. Irving
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REGARDS
Mori af a card [ron
ej eft for India eat regardi to Herb and Lou
Hath* froB then _.-:< Eiaanaet -ho had let
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Sirh exclaimed to hu wife
i n ."' office !>- have er for (..ts.it tonight A
er They had a
M with tbe B
batl -. Um .-. two emptj
.-. :.' : -ere i Juoge tad '!.--
K i ii'- Belle Mm Emai "her.
Tl r Miriam to be installed as |
dent of tbe 1 lad to receive
m .- R'chard eod Rutl
here a December to she* off Robert
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1 en decorated, too,
"-- them .' Mr tad Mn Ar
i Tan end h*i mate The Dr Denaii Qiutoen
ed ..- : :.-,;. Twenfiei Deruda ware a striped
ile B i ,re pink and porpl I
At Dr and Mr- U U Me lu ;he mar.
''" n up tbe* entertainment chairman were
Mr i d Mr- Michael Bright a- < D ai tbe Qottaera
Two tabJet -: guesti helped Mr and Mrs Burl Haft celebrate :
The new Daniel Poster, did his celebrating at'
< with bii tbret adoring usten Th<- : rere Mr Richard
Haft, Mr. and Mr- Ben Mr and Mr- Jack Gaiaet Mr and Mn Ed Caller, Mr and Mrs. Stanley
Tate, and Mr and Mr Sidne> Rudolph. It wat a fun evening.
Invitation1- have now gone out for the formal opening WCBtvie*
dinner dance on Nov. 25.
*
COMINGS AND GOINGS
Renee rMrs. Arnold/ Braun"' mother. Farm;- Gantasbler, set a-ide
rier motel buiines.s in Melbourne Fla a/wl came to Miami to visit. No
WODder. Th<- Brauns" four boys, .Jonathan. Jo-h Michael and Richard,
ranging in age from one to nine, are quite an attraction Grandpa Alex
< me to pick up hit. wife and take a look-see, too .
Sam and Sadie Greenfield just flew bac* from Detroit, where they
attended the Bar Mitzvah of 'heir grand>on. Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs
Louis Zuckerman. The Bar Mitzvat was Friday night with a reception
for five-hundrd guests afterward. Can you imagine all of the mouth-
watering pastries were home made. A brunch was held Saturday for
the nineteen couples who came from out-of-town, including one couple
from London, dinner Saturday night, and then a dinner party for all of
Edward's friends Sunday night. The Greenfields were worn out after
they boarded their plane. They are qiute proud of their son-in-law.
Ziiberfs Tei
Dianne's Troth
sad Mrs Leonarc Z..
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Contest Here
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TUi a '.he be!:^ A Phil A
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Committee cf Ore y....~ '.
M.a~,-Dad CasjBty Cfca
M as be ?lar^ed into tbe
tbe 'reason cbest ci
ariaai thai pa U tbe wiaaer
The '..-- i-.p-e- : '. -'.-
--' settle here be-
Sept 1 and Jar. IB, requ.ref tB>
phcanti h this statnuital
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bet
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28. wniJ er.;-^y a *h--4e heat o:
-> ?be pnze committee.
Flamingo Unit
To Hear Judge
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".old a r. T.ce--
l '' the F'a^rr,
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Mrs Hyman Kle.n program
:jce Judge
B I luvenik Co;n.
peaker
pu r ii if Bsoring i can-
: >od diive to fill the Tn
givii for the needy in
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Classroom Assn.
Planning Social
Classroom Teacher- Assn. of
>ade County is holding its third
annual scholarship ball at the
Americana hotel on Saturday. Nov.
18
Mr- Sidney Stepkin. of Coral
Way Elementary School, is chair-
man for all special projects.
Last year, funds raised at the
hall were used for four scholar-
ship- to children of teachers.
The Ball is open to the public.
and reservations can be made at
any -chool.
Early American
DIRECT FROM FACTORY
GENUINE SAVINGS
Captain's Tables & Chairs
Hutches Cupboards
Buffets Dry Sinks
Complete Bedrooms SEE
them being made & finished.
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Stephrrue Ar^. Koretzir.- zzd r.r.zi.z 7r.e~.z-z :
1zz.i-zl religious school ere plcr.r.g teat hjyi .:.
A-5cx which wl be ser.t 'z ls:ze. through ?."-.:.;-:
c: Jew-jh V.'cer. s Shup-A-Box progrunu Tius _s
yecr _. \-.e Greater M.:x: Section, NotioccJ Ccur.cu ; -
.= Woaaasj boa ootsdacaad drhra in the Dabraa one a
dry schools of the urec ciulictec with the Bureau of lew
Educator to ccllect :cys cr.d lecming aaalMfeii ::: :.
ten to ruihergcrter. c'r^lcren in IsrceL Mrs. Barton Zro'.z^:z
zs Secticn chcirmc- of h;p-A-Box.
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For Spivaks
Golden -..-? aunisentry of
Mr and Mn Harry
Soivak
Skit Will
Be Presented
Bm CeaJda)*! faq Ne anrtttea
by Mr- Haary B Werasck. -*-n\ be
preaeated by the Southgate Players
of the ftwafhjaH group of Hadasaah
I r the Israeh sroup of Hada--ah
H the "-. 'el Monday noon
lien ben (the Israeli group wul
participate lira. Oiza Stern
i- piar.:st aod Mr- Sam Goldberg

Mr- Bather Meyers is areaident
.' the Israeli cronp.
ii! celebrate i i ha ; banquet here
z.-.er. :r. :=-.: -:-.- :y :r.'. G
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Mtansi Beach far B
>-ari -r- Sareaki are ka
toeal esrie a- and are
especially actire hi Iha rta
Circle ard -.?:erir- anBBBBSsttBBB.
ring "he aecasMa artth benr.
*as daughter and son-in-law, Eve-
:>r and Harry Daefrj oi 935 HI
Miami Beach, and their to daugh-
ter- y.t.tfr.fr :2 and Zena 10.
ate. aim aurs. hl**i sp :i
Flacler Granada THeretk Ivatl Sis1erhc-: Member Meetincj
P.agler Grar.ada Jewish Cer.ter cial Hall. 6S0- a
wa- to ha.e c genera! rr.er^ber^nip Tuesday. 11:30 a n
meeting on Ttanrsdaj evening, Mn Rose Bcrtir. atx Mn
Stn 9 Laater
Goesl -peaker *';- ti be I
Allen Ratchih. director of 'he
Southeastern regioc I .- '
Synagogue oi America Rabbi
.k :- i Brooklyn
and ;.-- an MA ^ree

He *j- ordained it the Jewish
ary : W2. and
has the I'.S
Air Foi -
In 1957. hi i oi USV
a trip l Israel
-erved a- hea'i e Basel r at Camp
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Pr.or to a epting his pel -en;
Rabbi Rut-
chik tor ited Syna-
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Detroit Sod Of
>::ami will hold .
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Rabbi Zucker
In Book Review
Rabbi Max Zucker will review
'This is My God," by Herman
Wouk, for Temple A.iath Yeshurun
Sisterhood, 1025 NE Miami Gardens
dr., on Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.
A complete display ol Chanuka
items will be oflered by the gift
shop.
Sisterhood is planning a cabaret
night on Saturday. Dec. 9.
LITTLE girls' dresses always
sound adorable, but what
i.bout the boys? It seems that
Ue boys' clothes are now be-
( ming quite fashionable, as well.
Buyers for boys' departments
and speciality shop owners all
agree that the biggest thing in
1:.shion is the new trend in color.
The drab and subdued tones are
j thing of the past. They have
been replaced with vivid, shock
colors tangerine, orange sher-
tert, turquoise and lemon yel-
jow in both solids and plaids.
According to H a r 11 c y s, this
trend continues right straight in-
to the men's department. One
notable example is t h e poncho
shirt. It resembles the villaper
style in that it is a pullover; only
gone is the discreet print for a
fuchsia color on a shirt that is
worn outside the pants and has a
deep, bold V point at the bottom
cf the shirt on both front and
back.
The fashion news is mostly in
shirts, with the banlon and acri-
Un leading all sales. These shirts
look good and are extremely
t asy to care for. They may be put
into a washer, a dryer, and are
then ready to wear. Another fac-
tor in the acrilan shirts is that
they are so inexpensive.
The "New Look" for boys' and
men's fashions is the "Americana
Look." This consists of using the
red, white, and blue combination.
In the banlon shirts, they are
coming through in rod, white and
blue stripes. This "New Look'' is
seen in dress jackets, in blazers
of red, white and blue, and even
in the sportswear ensembles fea-
turing the red jacket, white shirt,
and royal blue pants. Size break-
downs arc Irom 3 through 7. Jun-
iors; and from 8 through 20. Ca-
dets,
* > *
CUITS are stable, with the
** dacron and cotton combina-
tions being the most popular. A
few young men prefer a silk suit,
but none go for the double breast -
ed look. The Continental line is
what they wear. Both suits and
>ports jackets feature this cut
the tapered jacket, tapered pants
l nd narrow lapels.
For everyday wear, the young
nun >till wear jeans hut with
the double knee. Of course they
top these with exciting colored
shirts Even the cotton knits are
bright, and with varying neck-
lines They run the gamut from
the classic crew and button-down.
to a masculine version of the ba-
teau.
Sweaters are exciting also
big and bulky and again the
> \ Id colors. One of the most well-
received is the interwoven design
patterned after the classic Nor-
wegian print. Bright colored I
holiday sweaters are arriving ;
daily lor both the girls and boys.
Hartley's boys' department has
the duplicate of the men's Italian
classic knit sweater shirts. They i
are imported lrom Italy, and are'
the pullover style, with a collar
and two buttons. They have the i
lull-fashioned sleeve, come in all
t h e brilliant colors imaginable,
and are best of all inexpensive.
There are still a lew young men
who request the ivy-styled clothes, I
but they are becoming fewer and
further between. The extreme
trend from the subdued colors to!
these shock colors may give cause
for much speculation in many
areas.
*
THE Continental look in pants
is still dominant, with the'
high-rise waist. Even boys' pants'
are subject to change. According
to those who should know, there
is talk in the market of making
tight fitting stretch pants forj
boys, sim'lar to those worn by '
girls and women. Proposed fabric
would be a combination of denim
and latex reminiscent of dunga-
rees.
In the meanwhile, there is a
definite trend toward the slim
look. Perhaps the emphasis placed
on physical fitness is responsible,
but our young men like tight-fit-'
ting pants that are quite tapered.
If these new trends in boys'
wear are continuing into the
men's field, perhaps at one of the
big social events of the season,
your columnist will be reporting
on what the "Mr." is wearing in-
stead of the "Mrs." It will cer-
tainly be interesting to see the
development of this potential
metamorphosis in boys' and men's
lashions.
Alice Wainwright
Runs for CounciP
A stepped-up program to attract
new business and new. clean indus-
try to Miami is one of the goals of
Alice Wainwright, the only women i
running for Miami City Commis-
sion.
"More business and industry will'
mean more and better paying jobs
In line with the pay in northern,
areas," the Miami attorney and
civic leader stated.
Her plans for Miam; include sup-
port of a program for revitalizing'
the Miami downtown business dis-!
trict, as well as the other areas of;
the city which need help.
"She is not tied to any special in-
terest, coalition or slate," support-!
ers of the candidate declare. Long |
a worker on behalf of international
good will and understanding, she
served for eight years as vice presi-
dent of the Pan American League.
Mrs. Wainwright has practiced
law in the City of Miami for 11
years. During World War II, she
worked as a propeller mechanic
with Pan American World Airways.
She now is a president, director
or leader in fourteen community
organizations, including the Coco-
nut Grove Chamber of Commerce,
Dade County YWCA, City of Miami
Beautification Committee, Girl
Scout Council of Dade County, Fair-
child Tropical Garden, and is coun-
sel for the Coconut Grove slum
clearance committee.
Chatting about the forthcoming Pan-American Friends of Is-
rael Good-Will Tour are (from left) Miami civic and business
leader Sidney Ansin, Mrs. Wolf R. Lazarus, Mrs. Ansin and
Wolf R. Lazarus, Western Hemisphere president of Israel Zim
Lines. In the background is a precision built model of the
SS Jerusalem aboard which the tour will take place from Nov.
19 to Dec. 5.
Holiday Cruise Revealed Here
Four days for the same price as
three days are on the agenda for
the Thanksgiving week cruise, ac-
cording to an announcement from
Eastern Steamship Corporation,
general agents.
The cruise will leave Pier 3. ID-
Dot returning to Miami until Fri-
day, Nov. 24, 9 a.m. All the fixings
will be aboard for Thanksgiving
Day in Nassau, the Bahamas.
Minimum rate for the three days
is $54. with the added bonus of a
ami. on Monday, Nov. 20, 5 p.m.,' holiday with all the trimmings.
CARIB MIAMI MIRACLE 1163 St
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MIAMI It ACM M DOWNTOWN |j COAl GAJUS
Open 12:45 rj Open 10:43 \\ Open 11:45
BB Women Plan
Beach Weekend
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
are offering a Thanksgiving Day
weekend at the Deauville hotel,
starting on Thursday, Nov. 23, or
Friday, Nov. 24.
Check-out time will be Sunday
after the cocktail party, and in-
cluded ?re free lounges and mats
and food.
In charge of reservations are
.Mrs. Leon Andress. Mrs. Louis Au-
gust, and Mrs. Jack Feld.
Proceeds for Blood Bank
Senior Citizen Assn. is having a
card party Saturday, Dec. 2. at
Workmen's Circle Hall. 25 Wash-
ington ave.. at 7 p.m. Lou Apple-
baum. chairman of the Blood
Bank, announced that proceeds are
for the bank.
Nominating Unit
Listed on Beach
Miami Beach Taxpayers' Assn.
has announced its nominating com-
mittee for selection of officers and
directors for 1962. President Robert
A. Peterson listed the following
members:
David G. Berry, Radford Crane,
Mrs. Howard P. Cummings, Harry
Erlanger, William Fair, Sam A.
Goldstein, Paul L. Hexter, Jacob
C. Lefkowitz, Arnold Levien, Mrs.
Richard Merrill, Godfrey Pere'l,
Milton Sirkin. and Mrs, John B.
Wofford. Chairman will be Mr.
Erlanger.
Annual election for the associa-
tion will be held on Dec. 14, with
new officers and directors assum-
ing office on January l, 1962.
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pla; organization Seated net AJanKuRweil and Jeffrey Xem.
.:-: we ^s;:~. ; J^r-.". w:.e rre S.m
Academy Will Honor Revitz
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A veteran of Wortd War II, he
tervetJ at director of rehabilita-
tion at Nichols General Hospital
m Lovrrrittt, Ky. Me was also a
government statistical analyst in
Detroit, Mich. He is currently
actively ene'->ec! in local manu-
facturing production and in in-
dustrial and commercial housing
development*.
Revtti .- a member of the boar^
ol director] of Bay Harbor-Surl
and chairman of the Op
'wlar-hip fund for Miami
Beach High School.
Beviti i- chairman of the execu-
;i\- committee for Israel Bond*
and a long-time ZK;n:>t and mem
ber of Una; B nth
Revitz has playe.l a I'adme role
:n the building program < f the He-
Academy, (rbid) :s now in
the mid-t of constructing it- new
buildings on Pine Tree dr. and
24th
D-. Afcra L. Saehar. oresid-nt
of the ur.ivers 'f, afill te the
print oai spcftker. Dr. Saehar
will render a repcrt on the growth
* the uriversiry and stress the
s'eos taken by *he faculty of the
schcel to meet the needs of the
nuclear age.
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Is from v'bi:c ar.'i pr:-
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B:a"" '. ha< recently
ved perr. to form a Phi
Be>a Kappa chapter Two-thirds
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art Still Here."
Masquerade Party Held
Arthur Lee. Florida State
chairman. Jewifh War VeteraBl
A uliarii
for the Miami Beach & I ii men's
Center masquerade party Friday
Soi e 329 serviceman and
junior h'. U for the priz"s
awarded for outstai o-tumes.
JWV Auxiliary sponsors [.
I icemen everj >,atur-iay
ift.
tv.'o v.e-;k trip to London is the reword extended by
-:d Eagle Airways to Florida Highway Patrolman O. D.
' ad rrom right, seen as he was given a send off
in M.arni on Sunday by Oeft to riqht William Kinnear, dis-
' .'.I Sheehan, Cun-rd Eaale sales repre-
: < ..' .id Mm F. KiMgoth. general sales rrianager, Cu-
r 'Bahamas, Ltd. Arnet', a Ft. Lauderdale
emromd the allexpen*e trip by his friendliness and
- 'A British travel aqenls whom he con-
d....... -.; '!;e Sunshine State.

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^t You'll find complete
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W your needs in the Kismet,
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I Friday, November 10, 1961
Ftoridcans Attend
Yeshiva Univ.
Three PtortdltM arc enrolled in
the 75th anniversary freshman
al Yeshiva College, the un-
raduate liberal arts college for
men ol Yeshiva University in New
york City
New -reshmen attending classes
al ilu Diversity are Burton Fish-
iiuin. 100 Wyoming ave.. Ft. Laud-
, dale; Michael Goldsmith, 707
!\. U\h ave.. Hollywood: and San-
tord K(.:ihard, 1631 Coral Gate dr.,
Miami.
Yeshiva University is celebrating
|ts 75th anniversary throughout the
1961-(!!' cademie year under the
leadership of a national committee
D| prominent citizens. President
John F Kennedy is honorary chair-
man and Joseph M. Mazer, of New
York c y. is general chairman.
KING
ARTHUR'S
COURT
The
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SPRINGS
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BIG MOVIE SEASON: Whatever the situation may be concerning
lourism here, whether it's in a state of decline or not. Hollywood s
movie moguls continue to have confidence in this area. They are
sending four.choice productions here, and all are being presented in;
reserved seat engagements.
With such a shower of stars about to descend on the resort city.
Miami Beach comes into its own as a major movie premiere city,
right along with Hollywood (Calif). New York, and Chicago.
The first to open is "West Side Story," and advance word has
it that the screen vereien is superior to its Broadway forerunner
and that was a tremendous hit. The scroen adaptation bows in at
the Sheridan on Dec. 14.
Stanley Kramer, whose producing credits include "The Champion."
1 "Caine Mutiny." and "Inherit the Wind." came to town a few days ago
to acquaint the local press with his latest blockbuster. "Judgement at
Nuremberg." No punches have been pulled in this devastating indict-
ment of German justice when Hitler pulled the strings. The Premiere,
sponsored bv the Miami Beach Elks, is set for the Lincoln on Dec. 20.
I don't recall anv producer in recent years bringing out two major
productions simultaneously. Samuel Bronston earns the laurel for that
distinction. His "El Cid." costing S8.000.000 and starring Charlton
Hcston and Sophia Loren. will open Dec. 21 at the Roosevelt as a
benefit for the Florida chapter of the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foun-
dation There's a good chance that Heston may be on hand for the
premiere here, as he's on the national board of directors for the worthy
^Bronston's other big movie is "King of Kings." which is due at the
Colony, the last week of December. The Lincoln Mall Theatre is under-
going an entensive face-lifting for the premiere.
* *
RESTAURANT ROW: One of the former major domos of the Em-
ber* Nick, is now luring his "following" to the Fireside restaurant
! where he's joined the staff "Pete" Peterson, one of the original
| Vagabonds, heads his cwn eatery now. Petersons Steak Place, on the
Trail, near 72nd ave. The charcoal-broiled specialties there are win-
(ning raves from diners.
Have you ever sipped any of the "home-made" soups at the well
known Rosedale on NW 5th st., in Miami? They're real pepper-
uppers for the tired businessman, especially at the mid-day meal...
The Kosher dinners featured at Abe Getter's Cromwell hotel on the
Beach are one of the mar.y popular features there Party hosts
in Greater Miami are keeping the phones at Sand-Ell on the Beach
busy with orders. They specialiie in strictly Kosher catering.
Dante's Italian Kitchen now has a takeout service. You'll find
the pizzas there among the very best in Miami Henry Leitson. of
the Candlelight Inn. reports his luncheon business growing by leaps
and bounds The spot's long-been a favorite of local diners The
Singing Strings, a perennial feature of King Arthur's Court, add to
the delightfully relaxing atmosphere of the Miami Springs dining
rendezvous.
* *
PEOPLE ABOUT TOWN: Mrs. Paul Pollak. recently returned from
New York, where she was an honored guest at the AGVA testimonial
to Sammy Davis, is busy at work with her committee preparing her
Props fourth installation luncheon at the Fontainebleau on Nov. 21.
Patsy Abbott once again has written an original revue, this time titled.
"The Eras of Women.'
* -K
ON THE TALENT FRONT: Good local talent is getting a chance
to be seen beginning last Wednesday, when Napoleon Reed, star and
producer of the Hampton House Club show, opened a Talent Search.
Try-OUtS are set for Monday nights they started Nov. 6 and run-
offs on Wednesday. Each month's winner will appear in the Hampton
House show for three nights.

GOODMAN MAKES GOOD: Walter Goodman, pianist at King
Arthur's Court, has the kind of problem that's not too hard to take.
A piano teacher by day. Goodman has "more students than I can
handle."
A native of Miami, Walter is a graduate of the University of
Miami and has appeared with the UM Symphony Orchestra.
His studio on Coral Way is a beehive of musical activity, where
students of all ages receive Goodman instruction.
A Miami Springs Villas performer for the past several years.
Walter has a huge repertoire of songs from Broadway musicals, which
he presents nightly in brilliant form. ____________^^
Menorah Service
Honors Veterans
Temple Menorah will dedicate
its services .Friday evening to the
veterans of American wars. In- ,
vited by Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Chaplain Samuel Poupko. of I
the Jacksonville Naval Ba.-e, will .
deliver a serfnon on "Veterans of |
Peace."
Chaplain Poupko. who holds the
rank of lieutenant, has been in the
Navy for two years, and served in .
the Middle East. Africa, and many
Asian countries.
During Veterans Day servioes.
Rabbi Abramewitz will offer a
special prayer for all veterans
who have served in the Armed
Forces. Cmdr. Percy Friedlander.
of JWV Post 723. will be honored
during the evening, and members
of the post will receive special
recognition.
Cantor Edward Klein will chant
the liturgical portion, assisted by
the Temple choir under the direc-
tion of Eli Samuels.
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Beth Torah
Has Adult Classes
More than 35 women participated
in the Tuesday morning sessions
of Beth Torah Congregation's In-
stitute of Adult Jewish Learning.
During the first session. 9:30 to
, 10:45 a.m., classes in elementary
and intermediate Hebrew are of-
fered, with the latter course being
i devoted to intensive Hebrew con-
versation
Following these classes. Rabbi
Max A. Lipschitz uses t h e teXt.
'Thi.s is My God," by Herman
Wouk, as the basis for his lectures
and discussions on modern Jewish
theology.
On Thursday morning, an addi-
tional course in elementary Hebrew
is offered, and in the evening,
courses in Bible, history and He-
brew are offered by the College
of Jewish studies sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
Courshon Elected Director
Arthur H Courshon. board chair-
man of Washington Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Assn., has been
elected directorat-large and mem-
ber of the executive committee of
t h e National League of Insured
Savings and Loan Assns. The an-
nouncement was made by Floyd
Kramer, president of the national
League, at the annual meeting in
British Colombia.
Traditional
Thanksgiving
Dinner
Served
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Where Elegance
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A Tradition
OPENING NOV. 22-Day Before Thanksgiving
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Psychologist to Spezk
PTA of Temple Emanu-EI reli-
; gious school will present an ad-
' dress by Dr. Christopher Come,
local child psychologist, on Mon-
day evening at the school's north
branch building. 77th st. and Dick-
ens ave. Dr. Corrie will speak on
"The Adjustment Problems of the
Pre-School Child."
-.***
THANKSGIVING DINNER
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+Jewisii Ficrldton
Friday, November 10,
1961
As a gift to suu^ribers. The Jewish Florid:an will present free
for the ask.ng a corsage to eacn 'no'her of a 3ar or Bas M rzvah.
Requests should be add'essed tc "Corsage for You,'' P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, F;a one rr.or.rn m aa.ar..e Include the name
of the Bar o* 8s Vjz/3", da*e and piace of tr4| cere""any,
home address and "e er^one nu~~ber. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of B'ac*.stone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
Stephen Beilimon
Jeffrey Ocvidson
William Segal
Harry Cohn
f Mr and Mr- J
me Bar .Mitzvah a;
< ongregatioa Yehudah Moshe on
ming, Noi ii Rafobi
- einme'z will officiate
'Ih<- Bar Mitzvah is a -tud*nt at
" nh Miami Junior High and has
iti i d< d Popiel religious school for
( yean
At the conclusion of the cere
ii. ,ny. hi- parents will ho.^t a Kid-
h in hi- horn.
Stephen Bei.'mson
Bar Mitzvah of Stephen -on of
.; and Mrs. Herbert Beilinson,
will be observed Saturday morn-
\o\ ;; a) Temple Emanu E
th Or. living Lehrman oificiat-
-
Stephen is an eighth grade stu-
' nt a: Nautilus Junior High He
the clarinet and is an avid
imp collector.
A reception in his honor will be
held Sal evening at the R iney
H aza hotel.
Darryl Blinsky
Sal in daj moi ning servi
1 mple Judea, N n 11, m 111 n i
the liar Mitzvah oi Darryl, son of
Di and Mi Maura e Blinsky,,
5M 5th ter Rabbi Mordecai
Podet will officiate
Darryl is a student at Kinloch
Park Junior High.
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USY Chairman
Appointed Here
Judge Irving Cypen, president of
tin Southeast region of the United
Sj nagogue of America, announced
the appointment of Jerry Sussman
h~ chairman of the Youth Com-
mission of the United Synagogue,
the agency which guides the United
S. nagogue Youth in the region.
Sussman is a vice president of
the Southeast region of the United
Synagogue, and a member of Tem-
p Mtnorah
First large event under SUSS-
man's chairmanship was concluded
Sunday, when 300 youngsters gath-
ered for a conclave at Temple Sinai
in Hollywood. Mill Jaki Stahl. of
Beth David. Miami, was chairman
oi the event.
The Youth Commission is look
inii lorward to two other region
a I events, one to take place i"
Tampa on Nov. 15 to 17. and one in
Atlanta on Nov. 24 to 2fi Th \y
v. ill involve an additional 500
t $\ 11
)n Dec. 21. a delegation of
I -iV'rrV will depart Miami for the
11th annual convention of the Uni-
ted Synagogue Youth to be held in
New York City.
Stanley Kratish
Israelite l I. be the
- Bar Mitzvah
2291
iW 23rd ter.. during Saturday
mon V)\ ,u I
Morton Ma. .11 officia
.5 anle; .- an eighth grade
lent at Juni r High
and attends the Center's r..!.
school He ;- a -tar Scout
in utsl iball player.
His pan ni ..:: hi an 11
Shabbat on Friday evening, and
he Kid I iwing the cere-
mony Saturday in his honor.
*
Jeffrey Davidson
Rabbi Max A Lipschi-.z will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Jef-
frej son ol Mr and Mrs Howard
Davidson, during Saturday morn-
i i sen ii e Ntov. 11, a; Beth 1
Congregal i
Jeffrey i* StU-
eiii a- N irth Miai
William Segal
Dr
Mrs Phil and
Mrs Joseph
eau, dut I ir ay morn-
ervii Xo\ ll. a: Temple
Emanu-El
William i in the i igrun grade at
Ida M Fisher Junior High, and
plays violin in the school orchestra.
A reception will be held follow-
ing the ceremony.
Hebrew U. Trip
On SS Jerusalem
Reservations are still available
for the three-day cruise of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem to Nassau
aboard the SS Jerusalem. South
Florida vice presidents Jack Po-
pick and Jacob Rifkin said Wednes
The local division is sponsoring
.rnent of the initial cruise of
rack Zim Lines passenger ship
the Bahamas on Dec. 5.
On of the world's greatest
Jewith women's leaders will be
a guest cf hensr of the Friends
aboarc* the SS Jerusalem, and
will meet with local officers and
rncmbirs of the Hebrew Universi-
ty organization.
The cruise will leave at noon.
Ij two hour- after the
te'.urn ot the vessel from a Pan-
American tour sponsored by I-r., il
- Th Jerusalem will dock in
Nassau -;h:. and cruise
members will be taken to the plush
\a-iau Beach hotel.
For two days men i the
Friends will travel in the Baham-
as shop : S'assau and meet with
Briti.-h government, civic and busi-
ness li iders. They will return to
Miami bv a char:ered flight Dec.
RABBI MILTON SIMON
""'^L
Ulpcn Classes
Slates Schedule
Definite scheduling of Ulpan
clas es in Hebrew was announced
this week by M. A. Baskin. pre si-
if the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation Four classes will be of-
fered to The Jewish community.
stressing intensive study ot con-
versational Hebrew.
A beginners class will meet on
Thursday evenings, starting Nov.
9, from 8 to in p.m., at Beth Israel
ation. Prairie ave. and 40th
each Mrs Faj Fein-
: II be the instructor.
Two intermediate classes will be
offered, one in Miami on Wednes-
n at the Bureau bldg.,
\\\ 3rd ave.. beginning Nov.
Irom 9:45 to 11:45 a.m.. with
Vleyer Sam berg, instructor; and on
Thursday mornings, beginning tfo\
'.), from 9:45 to 11:45 a m.. at the
Beth Israel Congregation, Miami
Beach, with David Rosenleld, in-
structor.
An advancer? course win Her of-
fered at Beth Israel Congregation
on Monday evenings, beginning
Nov. 6, from 8 to 10 p.m.. with Zvi
Berger, assistant director of the
Bureau, as instructor.
Mesivta Names
Rabbi Simon
Rabbi Milton Simon, of Cleve-
land, ft Ia>t week was appointed
student supervisor of the Mesi
High School of Greater Miami.
1U40 Michigan a. Miami Beach.
A student at Northwestern Uni-
versity, majoring in education psy-
chology, Rabbi Simon is a grad-
uate of Telshe Ycshiva. in Cleve-
land, where -p w as dormitory su-
pervisor for two years
At the Mesivta, Rabbi Simon
will supervise student dormitory
activities and study program.
According to Rabbi Alexander S
Gross, principal, the Mesivta i-
the only senior high school in the
Southeastern region of tne Unite;!
States. It offers a Hebrew and
general studies program, a- well
as dormitory facilities, with more
than IS students now residing at
the school.
Rabbi Simon is married to the
former Sore! Robinson daughter
of Mr anil Mr- Joe Robinson, re-
ligious and communal leaders of
Chicago. 111.
Miamians Will
Attend Confab
A group of Greater Miami w
Federation leaders will be or. al
in Dallas next Thursday. Nov. |
for the 30th annual general a>senfc
ly of the Council of Jewish Fede*
tions and Welfare Funds.
TrTey include Mr. and Mr.. Stjj.
ley C. Myers. Mr and Mr- Ma roll
Thurman. Sam J. Heiman, Artlnj
Rosichan. and Sam Cohen.
Myers was founding pre .
Federation. Thurman :
dent. Heiman is immediate past
president. Rosichan is ei
director of Federation
is assistant executive
Abraham A. R;:
of Heal'h. Educa': :
will addri-- the
"America's Welfare
Sew Ideas."
The former Governor o Con
necticut is expected to bring to
the group an analysis of the Ken-
nedy Administration s bas'c pro-
gram for the continuirq advance-
ment of the health w 'are and
education of the American peop's
and the measures required to
assure that advartcemen-
Secretary Ribicoff s a *
! climax the annual aaseml i
'I is year will br |
representatives from
United Stages and
Major questions on
involve the future d [or
Jewish health, welfare
;md culture services. the
ate and long range overs
and objectives of America
and the mobilization ot 1 < a! tol-
erations and welfare funds the
imminent 1962 fund-raising cam-
paigns.
ridcrj
Heinz Makes
Film Available
By Special Report
More than 400 organizations have
shown the Israeli full-colcr film.
"Holidays in Israel." since it was
first introduced in January. 1961.
The film has won wide praise in
28 states. Canada and the Canal
Zone. There are showings booked
well into 1962.
"Holidays in Israel"' portrays in
vivid color and original music the
observance of Passover and Sha
vunt in the cities and settlements
of Israel
Any organization may book the
film. "Holidays in Israel." at no
cost, except return postage after
the showing. Inquiries should be
addressed to Film Dept., H. J.
Heinz Co., P.O. Box 57. Pittsburgh
M. Pa.
Clark Rally
Scheduled Here
A rally for friends and support-
ers of Steve Clark, chairman of the
Miami Planning and Zoning Board,
and candidate for the City Com-
misslon vacancy in Group 5. was
slated for Thursday evening at
the downtown Miami Elks Lodge
at 501 Brickell ave.
Sig Eisenberg. Miami business-
man and civic leader, was to serve
as master of ceremonies for the
affair starting at 8:30 p.m.
Entertainment and refreshments
were also scheduled for the pro
gram.
Book Review Series Opens
Sisterhood of Tempi- S
i-- sponsoring a book revi n -y
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz on
ond Thursdaj i vei it
month, beginning N n
p.m.. in Sklar Auditor
:: was tn be 'Mila 18,
Uris. Mrs. Ludwig Kosti
chairman.
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Friday. November 10. 1961
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Soldier Scientist Conquers Miami
Yigael Yadin, professor of archaeology at the Hebrew
rersity of Jerusalem, visits Israel House, notional hecd-
ters of the American Friends of the Hebrew University,
(left to righl) Miss Bcrbara Schwaitz, New York City
men of the Junior Committee, Women's Division; Mrs.
rham F. Wechsler, New York state president of the Worn-
Division and Miami Beech winter visitor; and Michael
1 isselson, executive vice president of the American Friends.
Gen. Yadin addressed an audience of pome 1.000 persons at
Miami Beach High School Auditorium Monday.
Hassidic Group Wins Right
To Run Own Community
NEW SQUARE, NY. (JTA)
^.Iter a prolonged court battle, the
!.;sMdic community here, honor-
ng the Skvirer Rebbe, will be-
ome officially an incorporated
-illa^c this week, to be known
ormally as the Village of New
Kquare. The incorporation papers
mtc expected to be processed by
he Secretary of State at Albany
uesday or Wednesday. Then New
cfuare will he officially a village.
id elections will be held for may-
ir and other village officials.
The village was founded in
954 by 530 followers of Rabbi
Jacob Joseph Twersky, who was
torn ir* Skvir, a town near Kiev
in the Ukraine. The name New
Square is a variation of the name
c' that Ukrainian town. The
orthodox residents, who built 69
c's-family homes on the 130-
acre tract near Spring Valley.
K.Y., voted unanimously last
August to incorporate. They
filed the incorporation papers
v/ith R a m a p o Township, of
which the area is a part.
When the Ramapo Township
Board of Supervisors failed to send
he incorporat:on papers on to the
state capita) at Albany, the follow-
ers of the Skvirer Rebbe petitioned
.he State Supreme Court, request-
ing that Ramapo be forced to act
m the incorporation. Last July.
Supreme Court Justice John P.
Donohue ruled in favor of the
Skvirer. Ramapo threatened to
appeal the judges ruling. This
*eek, Town Supervisor Edwin E.
\Vallace announced: The incor
poration papers were sent to Al-
bany on Friday.'* Ramapo* had sur-
rendered.
New Square plans to enact an
ordinance closing all streets to all
out emergency traffic every Sab-
bmh, from sundown Friday to
nightfall Saturday. Oilier ultra-
Orihodox practices will become
local law in New Square. At pres
ent, television is forbidden al-
though nearly ever- home h.
radio. Women may net wear
slacks in public.
Veni, Vidi, Vici.
Gen. Yigael Yadin came to Mi-
ami, saw the community's leaders
in the fields of relig-cn. education,
business and government, and con-
quered the hearts of all with whom
he came in contact.
The 44 year -old professor of
archaeology at the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem demonstrated
time and aj.1: in during a two-day
stay this week why he is a living
legend of Israel.
The form r < ..... : <\ ':<.
of the army, m y and air force
of Israel n I startl'i
finds from the tw< erl lio
to Ju
.-irul v. hich di red thi tiisto;
I
The first ai se-c-J c"nt. I
documents ware described by
Gen, Yadin "es li'e most impor-
tant discovery o' the period n?xt
to thi Deac Sea Scro ;-." He
said there e~i 6-1 items in ','.
collection largest collection
found in the Holy Land so far
and lhat they deal with yea's 88
to 135 C.E.
.Most of the items are dated.
Gen. Yadin told a virtual-capacity
throng of 1,022 persons Monday
night at a Miami Beach lecture co-
sponsored by The Jewish Floridian
and the South Florida Division of
the American Friends of the He-
brew University.
"They therefore- provide a firm
basis for evaluating the Dead Sea
Scrolls on paleographic grounds.
The documents give the latest pos-
sible dating for the scrolls the
first century."
Prior to the discovery of the Bar
Kochba letters in a cave in the
Dead Sea vicinity, the dates and
contents of the historic scrolls had
been widely disputed.
Earlier Monday, Gen. Yadin met
with 38 rabbis at a special meet-
ing of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
ical Assn. at Beth David Congre-
gation.
The program was arranged by
Rabbis Norman Shapiro and Her-
bert Baumgard. program co-chair-
men lor the association, and I
Rabbi Mayer Abramowrtz, liaison
'between the American Friendi
' the iocai rabbinate.
Fielding questions from rhe
floor. Gen. Yariin demonstrated
an amazing knowledge o'- the
Talmud, Mishnah aid Gemorah,
I as he shifted back and forth
from English to Hebrew to Ara-
maic, in dealing with involved
questicrs on tha Bible an.' its
ccnme-.'ar'es which have pui-
ziad rai.bii for centuries.
H b d he London
on N ....'<.." 8
I
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ettei cation in
, the i led Stal Israel and
: i already has been
. -. as ;< I Sunday
raj t at the home of Jack D. Gor-
don, president of the South Florida
Divisi n oi the American Friends.
| Michael M. Nis-eison. executive
vice president of the Friends, also
spoke at the dinner, where the
amount raised for the $500,000
Solar Energy Research Center of
the Hebrew diversity passed the
one-fourth mark.
Gen. Yadin held numerous pri-
vate interviews with such local
! leaders as Maurice Revitz. Louis
'Rudnick. Max Weitz, Jack Fopick.
| and Jacob Rifkin as he outlined
plans for Hebrew University's con-
tinued world-leading role in archae-
ology.
Gen. Yadin said during his lec-
ture that the discovery of the let-
ters, which is outlined in detail in
the concluding article of a four-
week series in The Jewish Flor-
jidian on Page 7-A, "definitely es-
tablished that Bar Kochba, whose
name properly was pronounced
Bar Kociba.' not only existed but
was indeed the la Israel before the Jewish state was
, reestablished in 1948 more than
1,800 years after his lifetime."
Bar Kochba was praised as an
outstanding military leader by
Gen. Yadin, who said his mil-
i'ary orders "seemed more in
the style of a Geo. George Pat-
ton than a Gen. Dwiglit Eisen-
hower."
He aided that Bar Kochba had
nd command set-up and that
he woul I have delighted present
Premier David Bcn-Gurion
i ise he ordered all official
locuments and orders prepared in
Hebrew, although Aramaic, Gre<-k
..-.el other languages were by then
in ancient Israel.
Gen. Yadin left for New York
["uesday moi hind him
lie left .. ;.'. i! oi favorable im-
But most of all, he showed why
:> considered one Of Israel's
rpeakers. her greatest military
hero, and foremost archaeologist.
Democrats Hear Speakers
Justice of the Peace Jason M.
Berkman and Florida Secretary of
Agriculture Carey Matthews were
guest speakers at a meeting of the
Democratic Club of Miami Beach
on Wednesday, Nov. l. at the Di
Lido hotel. Wally Cluck is presi-
dent and Harry Levy, executive
member.
Riverside Opens Memorial Chapel
Back from Italy, Victor and
Ann Bidone are getting ready
for the fifth season opening
of their De Continental res-
taurant on Bay Harbor Island
at 1045 95th st., where dining
out under the stars is fea-
tured. Raymonde, chef, and
Paul, maitre d', will be at the
door to greet guests. Open-
ing day is Nov. 22, day be-
fore Thanksgiving.
Dade Heights
Plans Activities
Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
tion is starting two adult educa-
tion groups, to meet every Wednes-
day evening.
Beginning Nov. 1, the first group
will meet at 8 p.m., for Hebrew
reading conducted by Dan Medvin.
At 9 p.m., the second group, led by,
I.abbi Harold Richtcr, will discuss
"Judaism and Psychiatry."
On Thursday evenings, Nov. 2,
9, 16 and 30, a "Personal Survival
Course" will be held at Dade
Heights Jewish Congregation un-
der the supervision of Dad*
County Civil Defense. Course is
free and open to everyone.
A Young Judaea group for boys
and girls between the apes of 9 and
11 is being formed at Dade Heights,
to meet Thursday evenings from
7:15 to 8:30 p.m., each week. Mrs.
M. Weinstein is in charge.
And for the "Young at Heart,"
a golden age group for those over
50 is being initiated.
Don Hershey is in charge of the
sale of candy which will be distri-
buted to those who wish to partici-
pate in the program on Sunday at j
9 a.m.
A new half-million dollar chapel
at 1920 Alton rd. has Just been
completed by Riverside Memorial
Chapels.
Abe Eisenberg, who started the
cbaill here in 1938 and is as active
as ever with the organization, said
the older Riverside Memorial fa-
cility at 1236 Washington ave. has
been replaced by the new chapel.
Riverside is a national organi-
zation, founded in New York in
1898, where 11 branches are lo-
cated. Greater Miami branches
are at SW 37lh ave. and 17th st.;
Normandy Isle; and the newest
on Alton rd.
Other top Riverside executives
here include Larrie Blasberg and
Leonard Zilbert.
Some of the unusual features of
the new chapel are lavish use of
imported red and Venetian gold
ile. Italian travertine marble floor-
ing, high celestrial ceilings, and
Roman columns and arches.
Interior designer Roz Mark has
decorated the family room and re-
I posing rooms in monochromatic
-olors of Venetian reds, saoohire
blues and vibrant greens, with ac-
cents oi gold and white.
Classical motifs throughout are
depicted by use of custom murals,
ecorative doors and accessories.
Beautifully landscaped inside and
out. a cascading water lountain is
located just inside the entrance
of the Chapel foyer.
The overall design of the build-
ing fits into the Miami Beach
modern motif perfectly, accord-
ing to the decorator.
Builder was Arkin Construction
Company, and Edwin C. Bliss was
structural engineer. Landscaping
is by Art's, and building designer
v at Glasser and Associates.
Proceeds for Religious School
On Saturday evening, Sisterhood
of Temple Beth Shirah will spon-
sor its first annual Harvest Ball in
juniland Hall, with live orchestra
and refreshments. Monies raised
fill go to the Sisterhood religious
school fund.
Ifs Performance Not Promises That Count!
ELECT
Murray Z.
KLEIN
FOR
MIAMI CITY
COMMISSIONER
GROUP 5
Presently Serving As City Commission Appointee to Stadium
Advisory Board for Orange Bowl, Has Consistently Voted
for Lower Consumer Prices and Increased Patron Facilities.
K NATIVE FLORIDIAN -* DECORATED VETERAN
M ATTORNEY + BUSINESSMAN
Murray Z. Klein is a man who has the knowhow and
experience to stop the waste of your tax dollar.
PULL LEVER 24--A on Nov. 21
for economy in government.
Elect
WILLIAM J.
"BILL"
OWENS
MIAMI CITY
COMMISSIONER
(GROUP 5)
WM. J. (BILL) OWENS
"The Man with a Plan
For a Better Miami!"
MIAMI RESIDENT 42 YEARS TAX
PA/ER FATHER OF 7 CHILDREN -
MEMBER OF ALLAPATTAH BAPTIST
CHURCH GRADUATE MIAMI HIGH
xVAR VETERAN PRES., DADE
COUNTY FEDERATION OF LABOR -
TRUSTEE, UNITED FUND CO-CHAIR
MAN, WELFARE PLANNING COUNCIL
- MEMBER CITY LABOR ADVISORY
BOARD, STATE APPRENTICESHIP
COUNCIL AND MANY CIVIC GROUPS.
+
Campaign Headquarters:
2936 NW 17th AVE.
Phone: NEwton 3-9536
(If you wish a copy of Mr. Owens'
complete Plan, call above number.)
LEVER 25-A
FOR
OWENS
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Friday, November 10, 195,
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John Gavin and Susan Hayward in a scene from Fannie
Hurst's "Back Street." a human love story of the "other
woman" in a married man's life. The cast in this color pro-
duction includes Vera Miles, Virginia Grey and Reginald
Gardiner. "Back Street" is currently showing at Wometco's
Carib, Miami, Miracle, 163rd Street and Gateway Theatres.
Judy Garland rehearses with producer-director Stanley Kra-
mer in a scene from the up-coming movie, "Judgment at
Nuremberg." Miss Garland will be in Miami Beach in per-
son Saturday, Nov. 25, at Miami Beach Convention Hall for
a recreation of her famous Carnegie Hall concert. Local at-
torney Alan Sherr and Jordan Gilman, of Hollywood, Fla., are
producing the one-night, one-woman show here. Miss Gar-
land's role in "Nuremberg," previewed at the Lincoln here,
has already won her a long list of film offers.
Mande Quartet performed
America in Coral Gables,
tet in C, K. 465, by Mozart
the Violin Concerto in D,
Mcnde, violin, end Mimi
Quartet are 'left to right)
Florence Granville, viola;
Arts League We!! Hear Highlights
Beethoven,
Dvorak Slated
Raya Garbousova will perform
Anton Dvorak's Concerto in B min-
or at the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra's second pair of
subscription concerts on Sunday
and Monday evenings. Nov. 12 and
13. at Miami Beach and Dade Coun-
ty Auditoriums. Fabian Sevitzky
will conduct.
Ludwig van Beethoven's Sym-
phony No. 7 is the major orchestral
work of the evening, and Sevitzky's
own transcription of Johann Se-
bastian Bach's Toccata and Fugue
in D minor will also be heard.
The year 1961 marks the 120th
anniversary of the birth of Dvorak.
Czechosolvakia's most prolific and
best-known composer. The cello
concerto was inspired by another
concerto Dvorak heard in 1895. with
Victor Herbert as soloist with the
New York Philharmonic Sympho-
ny.
Mme. Ciarbousova. a favorite with
composers and orchestra conduc-
tors around the world, has had com-
positions written especially lor her
by such noted contemporary com-
rs .<- Samuel Barber. Serge
Prokofiev, Paul Hindemith and
Paul Greston. The Russian-born
t is now an American living
in DeKalb. 111.
Her appearances here will mark
her lourth return engagement with
the University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra.
RAYA GARBOUSOVA
Sunday at the Musicians Club of
Enthusiastic audience heard Quar-
, and Romance, the Andante from
by Wieniawski, featuring Pierre
Retskin, piano. Members of the
Mande, Rose Schneebalg, violin;
and Marilyn Samuels, cello.
El Al Reports
Rise in Traffic
By Special Report
NEW YORK Trans Atlantic
traffic carried by El Al Israel Air-
lines during the first six months
of 1961 rose more than 37 percent
over the same period in 1960, the
airline announced here this week
This compares with an overall in-
crease in trans-Atlantic air pas-
sengers of 10 percent for the same
period.
This increase in passengers,
combined with a 34.5 percent rise
in seating capacity, brought El
Al's payload for the first half of
1961 to 59.1 percent, the highest
load factor for trans Atlantic
flights of any airline.
El Al carried a total of 17,074
passengers in and out of New
York's International Airport dur-
ing the period reported, com-
pared with 12,-53 trans-Atlantic
passengers for the first six
months of 1960.
The introduction of Boeing 707
jet flights on El Al routes and the
expansion of the trans Atlantic
schedule to eight round trip flights
per week brought the airline's seat-
ing capacity to 29.000, a 34.5 per-
cent increase over the 21.510 seats
available during the first half of
last year.
Total seating capacity for all
trans-Atlantic airlines rose 48.5 per-
cent in that time, from 945.000 to
1.4 million places.
United Fund
Opens Campaign
United Fund has kicked off its
1962 campaign as thousands of vol-
unteers throughout Dade county
.in now canvas.-ing their neighbor-
hood areas.
The 1962 goal is $2,798,822 to sup-
wellare and character building
port the programs of 39 health,
agencies. Campaign slogan is
"Pledge Enough to Help Enough."
Following a noon day parade
down Flagler St., with the first TV
simulcast in Dade county. United
Fund's volunteers began their door-
to-door solicitation on Sunday. The
drive continues until Dec. 14.
Campaign results are announced
weekly at special report luncheon
meetings held each Tuesday. For
the first time. Dade business firms
are underwriting the major cost
of these meetings in addition to
their contributions to the United
Fund.
Sponsor for the report luncheon
meeting on Tuesday is Southern
Bell Telephone and Telegraph Com-
pany. U.S. Rep. Dante B. Fascell
will be guest speaker.
"Through the untiring efforts of
thousands of volunteer workers, we
are confident that this United Fund
campaign can be a success." com-
mented Edward F. Swenson. Jr..
general campaign chairman.
Abe Chiel, of 3300 SW 17th
st., Miami, is the newly-elec-
ted president of Beth El Con-
gregation. He succeeds Philip
Berkowitz, who has been
named honorary life presi-
dent.
Beth El Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
El will hold a :-..>riheon and card
! party at Dora August Memorial
Hall" 500 SW 17th ave.. on
day noon.
On Saturday, Nov 18. at 8:15 p.m..
(he Miami Beach Music and Arts
I eague, in coi Deration with Dr. Del-
mar E. Solcm. of the drama de-
partment of the University of Mi-
ami, and Dr. Paul Csonka. of the
Opera Guil.i of Greater Miami, will
I resent "The Anatomy of an Opera"'
at the Roney Plaza hotel.
Highlights from Shakespeare's
''Othello'' will be compared with
corresponding parts of Verdi's
opera "Otello."
Artists who will appear are Bar-
bara Miller, Vince Petti. Anthony
Cutler. Rosa Rosamund. Edmund
Cava, and Manuel Cabrera.
'Freezer1 Card Party
Beth Emeth Sisterhood will hold
a "lreezer" card party on Satur-
day night at the congregation.
12250 NW 2nd ave.
Funds raised will be used toward
the purchase of a new lreezer for
the kitchen.
Memorial Meet
For Seitlin
Bialik Branch of Farband will
hold a memorial meeting Wednes-
day evening at the Farband Cul-
tural Center, 842 Washington ave.
The meeting will pay tribute to
the memory of the late Henry Seit-
lin. a co-founder and lite-long mem-
ber of Bialik Branch of Farband.
The service is scheduled for 8
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LOUIS M. HERRON
, |i \0 M ........;. I \,.\ .'
i ,,.- rago 12 years
. :,int .1 as -1 I' i"
:.: ,. for i compajo
Id n Home Iluilders
B'nal B'rli b. Surviving ire : i-
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE

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MAX WEINER
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ne\ n year*
v., and i. i
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SAMUEL. G ROTHSTEIN
of SW i died Nov. r..
ii. pan here leven \ i r* ago From
N I i t ., i in ncc< ml
ant. Ii' was : .1 tte ol thi Unl
Miami 5 vh Ing are hli>
i it her, : rm! -. paternal grand-
in,,il\- r, ITS. E Rol hsteln, and
s.t'. Icm iii New Yoi k
u iiii i..i. arrangements by Riverside
Memo: i il 'hapeL
Ing .1 II lf, ,ee. a .- in, Jel
a -I lighter, Laurie; his mother, Mr*
ad and a slater, Mrs.
Ocl 29 in
le Mi ri rial I !hap< I, Nor man-
,l> lal
HERMAN ZWICKER
>7. of ti Colllna xve., died No. '
ii rame from New fork. He is sur-
vived b) hla wife, Rose; a ion, i......
,M i a daughter, Mra. Rella Cohen.
Gr:tvesld services were Nov, 6 in
Bi ,: ol -.--.'t Cemetery with New-
in hi I-">iii- ul Home ir. charge.
ELIAS BERNSTEIN
of 7i: Bin i. n i Ivdk, died i let. :.
ile come here 12 from New
fork C tj !' i w is the owner of the
.i.i> motel. Surviving are hie wife,
::..... a daugh Mrs. Rachel Schul-
ntan, and one grandchild. Service*
were Ocl 29 In Rivera in Memorial
i 'hapej, Norms nd) tele.
JOSEPH REMES
91, of 8804 Yuiii.i-i aw*., Coral Guides.
Del .". He came here -i yearn
ago froi Grand R'Apida, Mich. Sur-
viving .-. his wife, Dorothy; and four
daughter! Including Mi's Marcla Pla-
gi Sei Ices were In Grand Rapid*
a tl lo arrangements by Uordon
i
HENRY SACK
\w isti died Ocl SO
h L6 .11 ago from
i thi.. and w s a retired
H -.1 ing are hi*
MRS. REGINA ORUCKER
88, of ilifl Pennsylvania ave., died
Oct. 28. she came here :; years ago
from New fork CltJ Surviving are
a eon, Joseph, ;i daughter and two
garrandchildren Services were I > t,
"1 in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Al-
t m rd,
LEGAL NOTICE

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JACK S. KALMAN
IK! Ni Nov. .1
..in.. I ere 24 year* >n
till '' .1. I I ,..-,, .
1 n hnnl tie was a Shriner
meml I i-.
i wife Anna: a
i. ii i '. rive grand-
i Service.^ .-r.- Nov. In
Riversldi Memorial Chapel, Normandx
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NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAVE LAW
\. 'Tii '' [H H :::!: A GIVEN
under gned lee Ing to
husin inder the fl titlous name of
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FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi i'
Ii i.-in>. under tri.- flcti:loim nn
HERAUD KABRICS al 201 H Miami
11 ., .i mi ni v Miami a. i Ml niii.
Pla., Iptend to register Bald name
I muii iii,- i'jerk oi the Clrcull Court of
I hide County, Ploi Ida,
NAURENCKROTHMAN
STEVE Rl ITHMAN
Slit- Ull:.! g I'1 '
I.KVINi: ,v CHRISTIE
; Attoi ii- vs for Apiilli ant
.....s.w 2nd Ave.
II 10-17-24, l-"l
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and poo oaoe
county in chancery
No. 61C 11026
PRANCES l.o.UI Al'I.D.
1-lain I iff.
vs
VII.I.IAM TTLER An,D,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: WILLIAM TYLER All.!'
L':.". West 18th Street
Houston. Texai
Yiil' AUK HEREBY required to
serve a COpy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce upon
the Plaintiff's attorney. PAI"1, KWIT-
NKV, 420 Lincoln Koad. Miami It.-.uh.
hlorida, and file the original In the
Office of the Clerk of tlie Circuit
Court in and for Pade County, Flor-
ida, on or before the 20th da} of
November, 19*1. in.default of which,
a Decree Pro Confarao may be en-
tered against you.
DATED this lrtth day of October,
1981
E. I? I.EATHER.MAN. Clerk
Circuit C iurt, l>.i'l> County, Florida
seal) By: I.. SNBEDEN
I >eputy i 'lerk
i'.M'i. KWITNEY, Atty.
120 I.iv. .In IM Miami Bi a h
10 20-27, 11
HARRY BRODKIN
8A of !"';' Meridian a\ >., died Nov. I.
He rame --re IS yea igo from Nea
York an-', was restaurant owner
B rvlvina i~ nin wife, Rita Services
wi Ni in r.i. 'side Memorial
Chapel, J Iton rd.
MRS. PEARL H. BLUMBERG
G. of ::i ::. Rrvo mm dr., di.-.i Noi i
Bfhi caj re 13 >ars igo from Chi-
cago nnd was i member Temple
Israel, II lasaah, and Council of Jew-
ish Women, Surviving are her hue-
band, Mairlce, and .i slater. Services
Wen N iv. 'i in i'.'. ireide Memorial
Chapel, ton rd.
ABRAHAM TROSKY
7: of --' Hawthorne ave. Surfstde,
died N. l. He oame here ii >.-.i i
- rron Far Rockaway, NY., and
wai a Mason. Burvlving are his wife,
Sadie; a son, Jack; two daughters
ami nine grand Ii Services were
No\ 2 i-. Riverside Memorial Chapel,
Noi mnn.-. isle.
MRS. BERNICE K SCHRAMEK
58, of 19 .--W 2191 -t died Nov. I.
Sh i in- *,. re I.i >ens ajo from New
York City. Surviving are her hu.--
band, 0< rge M>; a eon, Karl Rj a
brother and B Binter, Services were
Nov. 3 in SANFQRO H KEAN
89. "f 1 > Alton rd iied Oct. 29.
Ii- km a member of the American
FMend* Of the Hebrew (Jnlveralt> In
i- usali B'nal B'rlth Civic League.
I erlenn Legion .in. I other clvlc-
m ii l.-.i .in!-a'i ,ns. Survivors in-
clude hK wife. Mnllle; two daughters,
Mrs fJeorgette R ,-h and Mrs Qlnger
I- ik. three Blater.1 and three grand-
chlldrei Services were Nov i al
Riverside Memoria "..pel. Alton rd.,
with burial in Mi Nebo Cemetery
IN THE C RCL'iT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JJO CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN iNO C0P OADE
COUNTY n CHANCERY.
N 6IC 12061
...> R SAVINHS KANK
- i- ". "NEW
s." pxiating inder I
State if New 1
PI
V -
.-.. .:;r; l| v ... i v.
ind P \ rRICIA \ IRTEB
i eingle woman,
Def :i I ..
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tl 'LORES II I LES8I I and
PATRICIA A CARTER
i:.-- ence nown
TOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has been brought against you
bv DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK OF
THE CITY Mi- NEW YORK, In the
aii iv,ntitled lourt, to foreclose
mortgage encumbering the following
described property, to- i-1
Lot :i. Block si SECOND addition*
TO CAROL city, according to the
plat th..-,. >f recorded m Plat Book
85, page 78. I "f the public
records ol Dade 'ounty, Florida;
and you are required to tile your
answer to said c impliint with the
Clerk of th Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida, at the Courthouse In
Miami. Florida, on or before Decem-
ber 14. 1981, and to serve a cops of
such answer uuon DAVID I". CATS-
MAN. Plaintiff's ittorney, wh>.se ad-
ii 14th Floor it 101 East I lag-
ler Street. Miami Ti, Florida, on or I
before sail date, is required bj the
[jawe Of h'lorid.i. If you fail to do IO,
the complain! will be taken a.- con-
fessed bi you and i Decree Pro Con-
fesso will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
DATED th.s Sth day of November,
1961.
E B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
I i;,- Count y, i- irl la
fseal) Byi k m i.yman.
11,.;.u I < 'lerk
DAVID P IATSMAN
nth Floor at l*>i B. Flagler St
Miami 32, Florida
11/10-17-24, 12 l
NOTICE 8Y PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL C.RCLiT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY l\ CHANCERY.
No. 6IC 10822
MELSi IN,
\ -
Ml iRRIS N'ELS IN,
Defemlanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
;' I MORRIS NKI.SmX
18 N irthsh Road
Norfolk, Virginia
You are herebj n itlfled that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired t" aerve > copy of your An-
iwer or Pleading to the p.lll of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff* Attorney
Manuel Zalac, 1408 Congresn Building
Miami Florl la and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 2HI h day of November,
1981. If you fall to do so. juditment by
default will he taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Hill of
Complain'.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLoKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this loth da) ,.i October,
A.D. 1981.
I? B I.KATHHKMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: C. L. ALEXANDER,
Deputy Clerk
MANUEL ZAIAC
Attorne) for Plaintiff
10/20-27, 11 '.1-10
NOTICE UNDEB
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage In
business under the fictitious name ol
I'HAS III.ME MORTHAC.E I'll (Not
Inc.) at 108 Calumet Buildint;. Miami.
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of I lade County, Ilorida.
CHARLES HIME
HERBERT E KAUFMAN
Attorney lor Applicant
10/27, 11 8-t0-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 61 C 11066
ANDREW i: \ i \.\ :.!.... .
Plain
\ s .
anna rai \.\i:!.:...
Li dant.
NOT.Ct BY PUBLICAT'ON
You. Aon.. Rafunello II
ii. '. 16 Ridge Si re n- wai i*.
New .i .- ,i re require Itie j our
i to ii. inplalni .> ii the
clerk ; >. a bove t'ouri irid eei i e
a cnp> thereof to Herman i' hi n I
,.i i.,... i su.* "ong ess Buililinu m i i mi
''-', Floridi bi for< l.....:!,. r l.
1981. or else Bull *'IU be ;- is
i-onlessvd. Dated October 31st, 1981
I-:. B. LEATHERMAN
i 'lerk ol the Cli i uit i 'ourt
seal) By: K M i.i man.
Deputy Clerk
11 3-10-17-21
IN THE COL'iMTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR D'ADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54016-8
in RE: Estate !
MARY DIAMOND WEINBERQ
1 leceased.
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demanus Against \uJ
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present anj claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate ol M A It Y D 1 A MON D
WEINBERXI deceased late of Dade
County, Florida, to the Count) Judges
of Dade c,,;in'y. and fl.e the same
in their offices In the Count) Court-
nous, in Daie County, P.onua, witnln
-i\ calendar month* from the date ol
the first publication lure if, oi tl
same w i!l be bar: I
THELMA IEIU.' W
Ejittcutrlx
SAMl'EL STEE.N, A
... ,>
Cora lal -da
10 2: i: 3-10-17
NOTXE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl ITI i: IS I ''
i he ii-i,i.i -u lie I, dm 'ii K to n
bi .-. ness .... if
i ZY l iRNEll I.V "i
-..'.. i)
.. 11
i irt of
.
wirtnwflVi
for J
'
kllani :
. _; | ,..|7
NOTiCE C- APPLICATION
FOri TA \ DIED
F 52238
Notli i r Kii en N i
iii nlel v*. s i -- ...i.-o
of Cits >l Miam Pus Sale i 'ertl
Numb. i >". dated the I al ds of
June, A.D I9S9 has filed aaid
lea te I n mj 11 I I i 11. i le i
;.;i. ation fi i --. i,
In accordance with law laid 'ertlf-
. a te en br icei I he roll iwlng de
-d property, eltuated In Dade county,
Florida. I i-wil
Lot 15, Block
b'uhdlviHion of the Dale Miller Traat
Addition Number One, Plt Hook 3
Page to in the Cltg .i Miami. Coun-
ty of Dade, State if Florida.
The assessment ol tald property un-
l.-r the Certificate issued was In the.
name of L'nknown (Jaless said Cei
tificate shall be redi......ed according
to laW, taX deed Will laSUe the.-.- ,11
on the 291 da] Noven ber, a d.
I ati th l o ol i tober, A.D.
E LEATHERMAN,
i f cir
i i i Count i' i I i
I IR
.-1 7-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME Li N
N n'. IS HEREBY i ;
dealring 1
lii.sin.
STATE LlyL'i iR3 r7. 5* |
S i: I67tl 8tre In l hi "I f Nn i
Miami Beuch, I',..: nl t, Intends to
leter the aaid name with tne I
he i' in Dad
Florida
Dai, i al Ml iml Bi..
I i'tli day ..| ii, tober, I oi'
Ml -SAM COl
By: M i. Copperman, President
HARRY /a KEK.NICK
Attorni ) fi Applicant
120 !. n. oln Rd
.Miami Beat h, Pla.
II '3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERESY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In '
buslneai under the fictitious nan
SAM RON AMUSEMENT CO at 2453
N \V 77th Terrace, Miami 47 intend
to register Bald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ELI Ross DISTRIBUTORS
IN*.
VIRGINIA PETR'M-INE '-.
BEIGEL, TEITEI.MAN ALBERT
Attorneys for Applicants
1482 VV Hauler St
11/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busineM under the fictitious name of
FILTER KINO at I'.o Box 8463,
North Miami Reach, Florida Intends
to register tald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I >ade Cunty,
FlOl id 1
N VPHANIEL I'OLIN
i.EEl- ft ANKL'S
Attorney a for Nathaniel l'
II/3-10-I7-24
JULES BLOCH
' ol f su 8th -i di.-d i let. 29
H ..nn. h.-re 111 years ago from
' nd i i m imber of Free
of Israel, are hla
Cel'ai a broth r and two ..-i.--
S. I -. .-.-.s v .. i ;;| |n Ri\er-
M< n i -lal i'nap.-i. Alton rd.
t< s
side
PAUL BROOKS
S3. *i 1552 Washlngl in ave., died Oct
f? He me here \: year* ago from
< 'i York and a hotel bell cap-
tain Surviving in- his mother and
' daughters. S.-\ were in Neu
'. with Oordon Funeral Home In
charge of local arrangements.
B .
SAMUEL FRIEDMAN
of 710 7th si rued Oct. 30, He
c.i in, hers 17 years ao from New
xork anil was a real estate operator.
surviving are his wife. Etta; two
daughter!*, two son-, three grand-
children ,-nd three great-grandchll-
divn. s^rwees were o,-t. :!1 in Kiv.-r-
Hl Memorial Chapel. Alton rd.
AARON POLLACK
6!>. of 1 *r.f> Michigan ave.. died Oct. 30.
He came here 1G years ago from
klyn and was a retired builder.
Murvlvlng are hla wife. Clara: tn
daughters. Mra. Rw< Zlperson and
Mrs Ronnie P. Sle-n; a son and six
grundchildren. Services were in New
York with Riverside Memorial Chanel
m charge locally.
ROSE FINK
. Of 984 Michigan ave., died Oct. 27
surviving .re her husband. Joseph
jree daughters, Janice, Dl.-n and
ire Corrine Shulman, and three
randchlldren. Bervicea were Oct. L'7
Gurdon l-'uneral Home with Inter-
eiu at Mi. Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. EVA T. BYTELL
ol 2188 Meridian ave.. died Oct. 28
>- cams here 18. yearm ago from N.-w
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 12J66
THE BRONX SAVINGS BANK,
Plaintiff,
\ -
THOM \s \ WHITE in I
IKlLOREH u Hlii:, i; if m
I lefendanta
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: THOMAS \ Will PE and
DOLi IRES WHITE, his Aife
o Raj ^78 Hawthorne Avenue
Yonkers I, New York
You are hereby notified that the
I bove oaptioned action has been insti-
tuted agali you n the Clrcull Court
of the JudUaial Circuit of Florida in
and for Dade County to foreclose .-,
mortgage upon the following describ-
ed real property :
Lot 5. Block 5 REALSITE ES-
TATES, SBCTION Two, accordhig
to the I'lat thereof recorded in Plat
Book 6". at I'age liJii of the Public
Records of Dade County, Florida:
together with the following item* nf
property which are located in and
permanently installed as a part of
the improvement on said land:
Westinghouse Refrigerator RLA 1,1.
Westinghousa Dryer D 127,
Westinghouse Washer L 127.
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiffs compla nt with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
en a copy thereof upon plaintiffs
attornej martin FINE, 14th Floor
Dade Federal Building, Miami 32,
Florida, not later than December It!
1981. or a Deoree Pro Confesso will
be entered against you.
I i.ue I Not ember 8, 1961.
'" LEATHERM \\
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. !
'seal! By: K. M. L.YMAX.
oepaty Clerk
MARTIN FINK
VMiirnev f,,- Plaintiff
14th Floor Dade 1-,-deral Bujjding
Miami 32, Florida
11/10-17-21. 12 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 11684
MEFTODIY MERBSZCHAK and
VNNA TERPLYWI-'IZ
MERESZCHAK, his .fe.
Plaintiffs.
LOUISE BERRITTOand LOUIS J.
BERRITTO. her husband, et al
Defendant b
NOTXE BY PUBLICATION
Tl ; la dlSK BERRITTO
13 19 East 99th Street
Brookl* n. New ^ ork
LOUIS i i:i-:rritto
I""-: East 99th Street
Brooklyn, New York
YOI AND EACH OF VOI'. ARE
HEREBY notified that a suit to fore-
Close a mortgage against certain
property has been filed against you
in the above-stvled cause b> the
PlalptlffS above. The property .-.ought
to be foreclosed is as follows:
The Eaat 133 feet of the West 193
feet of the South 2:19.78 feet of the
East of the SW <,* of the S\V ',
of the SE V, and the South 3". feel
of the West 80 feet of the South
2:t9.78 feet of the East H of the sw
Vi of the SW V, of the SE 1/4 of
Section 9. Township .',8 South, Range
41 East, lying and being in Dade
County, Florida, together with the
rixturen and furniture therein.
You are required to serve u copy of
your Answer or other Pleading on the
Plaintiffs' Attorney, Sheldon N. 1^-1-
chuk, 305 Biscay ne Building. Miami
Florida, and file the original in the
office of the Clerk of the above-styled
Court, on or before the 4th da) ol
December. AD., 1981, In default of
which the Complaint will be taken
is confessed against you, fir re-
lief requested in Plaintiffs'Complaint.
Dated at Miami, Dade County, Floe-
Ida, this 3lt day of October. 1961.
a 1! LEATHERMAN
ci.rk of the Circuit Court
Owal) l;> C. P COPELAND.
iH-puty Clerk
SHELDON N LELCHUK, Esq.
Attorney for Plaintiffs
305 Blso tyne Ruilding
Miami. Florida
11 '3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREP.Y GIVEN thai
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnexa under the fictitious n ime ,.'
DADE COUNTY DETECTIVE AGEN-
CY al P.O, Box S2-198, Miami. Fla..
Intends t i register said num.. with
the Clerk of the Circuit C lUrl Of Dade
i '.i nr.). Florida.
DODD J< 'UNso.N
Sole Owner
1" 20-27. 11 'J-tO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 11390
THE SEAMAN'S KANK Fop.
SAVINGS IN THE city OF NEW
YoRK. a New York Corporation.
Plaintiff,
VS
PHILIP O. HAI.I.ER and HAZEL
DEAN HAI.I.ER. his wife,
I vfendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: PHILIP o. HALLER and
HAZEL DEAN HALI.EK, his wife.
Residence I'nknown
RE: Lot 9. in Block 2, of LAKESIDE
MANOR, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Rook "..
at Page 90. of the Public Records
of Dade County. Florida
TOU ARE HERBBY NOTIFIED that
0 Complaint to foreclose mortgage on
the above-described property has
been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy- of your an-
IWftT or pleading to the complaint on
Plaintiffs attorney. BERNARD R.
JAFFE, 1127 South West Fust street.
Miami. Florida, and file the original
answer or. pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and
for Dade County, Florida, on or be-
fore the 27th day of November, 1 SI
II you rail to do so. Decree Pro Con-'
fesso win be taken agalns! you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
to 'oi. .-lose.
Dated at Miami. Dade County, Flor-
ida, this 24tfi aay or October, 198]
K B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
'-seal) By: HELEN KES8LEK
Deputy Clerk
1" 27. 11/3-10-17
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOIC M.C.RCUIT Of
FLOR'O- \ 7) FO= OADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 81C 11148
NEW \


i
.
S ", 3 A
I
NOTICE OF SU T
lil.AIlYS A IXAN
M i. M larn
M. D. 30 N. Plai
New "... |
Y< >U AP.E HEREBY \ that
sin! has been brought igainst >ou
bj NEW York SAVINGS BANK, la
I he a.i ,,
a niori _: ,- { the follow ing
descr .i i-
Lot 23. BUM k 'AR >L CITY CAR-
I >BN i -nt to the pi it there-
of, recorded In P it i: ok 88, at
page 121, >f tl lubl >rde ot
i lade unty, Wo
Together a i '
Westinghouse Refrigerator-
Model No DM-' i.
and you ure required f:ie your
answer with the Clerk if -he Circuit
Court of Dnie County, Florida, at the
Courthouse in Miam Florida, on or
N ivemberSl, I -h: and to -th
copy of s., n answer upon DAVID
P. CATSMAN, I'lirrifis attorney.
whose aid--- i, ici, Ploor at 101
Baal Flagler Street, Miami 82, F1or
ida. on or bef ire sa 1 ,i ite. iS re-
qulred bj the Laws of Florida. If
on fall to da bo, the i unolalnt will
be taken as i mfessed bj you and
Pro Confesso will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
In 'he complaint.
DATED this I8tn Jay of October,
1961)
E. P. LEATHERMAN
Clr 'ircult i 'ourt
Dade County. PI irlda
(eal) c. l ALEXANDER,
Deputy i 'lerk
DAVID P. CA TOMAN
Hth Floor at loi K. Flagler St
Miami 32, Florid .
i 20-27. 11/.1-I0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL C.RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 11150
I'NITED SERVICES LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY, i company
authorized to do business irv
Washington D.C.,
Plaintiff,
vs
ALLEN R (KEN, et U,
I ': en I ints
NOTICE OF SU T
TO: ALLEN ROSEN nd RoSI.YN
Rl 1SEN his '
R.si.i. nee I 'r.kn iwn.
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has been brought against you
b) UNITED SERVICES LIFE IN-
SURANCE COMPANY, In the above-
entitled ('ourt. t> fo a mort-
gage encumbering the ( blowing des-
cribed property, to-II
lxd 16. in Block :. or fourth
AUDITION TO PALM SPRINGS
SUBDIVISION, SECTION "F". ac-
cordlng to the plat thereof, re-
corded in Plat [look 82, at page 72,
of the public records of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida;
and you are required to fife your
answer with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida, at the
Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or
before November 21. 1S61. and to serve
a copy of uch answer upon DAVID
P. Catsman. Plaintiff's attorney,
Whose address is 14th Floor at 101
East Flagler Street, Miami 33, Flor-
ida, on or before said date, as re-
quired by the | >ou fail to do so. the complaint w;U
be take,, nmfesssmi i,y v ou and a
Decree Pr., CoM8rsf will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in th- complaint.
-".D this ISth day of October.
1961.
K. U. LEATHERM \\
ClerR of the Cir, u*lt CofirT
Deputy Clerk
DAVID P CATSMAN
Hth Floor at lul E l-'liigler St
Miami 32. Florida
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Friday. November 10. 1961 *Jew #> Hcrad/ann Page 7-A The Sands cf Israel Affirm Jewish Antiquity Ey PROF. YIGAEL YADIN Vro:n the summer of 132 — the beginning of ihe revolt or close to ii outbreak — theiy is a request bj Babaia that one of her son's j>uar(!:ans (newly appointed by the Pctra Council) pay six dinars for: her on's support for the months ill Tamuz, Av and Elul. A receipt [or the sum in Aramaic (with Greek translation) ends the document. The archive contains no docuirent ('ated after the summer of 1S2. when the Bar Knchba period began and. in all likelihood. Ba ba.a and her household perforce r .-J\ 0(1 to Em Geili — governed in the name oi the so\erogn Jewish S'.atc by her kin. • The last document deciphered. oV.i.i May 6. 124. is of special imThis but vi a %  % %  Yigar! Yad n comnundfT-m-chiej oi ih< Arm> of Jtrael and a world-renowned archaeologist. More recently Gen. Yodin hat befi identified with rtn '!••, ,,' ihe— m priceless Bjr Kochbd letters in Israel. He nl.^o ployed an historic "ile in the Dead Sea Scrolls discoveries. The series translated frmn the Hehrcu h\ .M.\lie Kofin and initially affeared \n [hi • nualen Pi Gen, Tadm minted Mum. > %  < \t't. *> U):.i ^ 111 bl ...' thc American Friends o\ the Hebrew Unit i rsii i i'ehuda son of Ei*azar Khclushyon vear before ^e married Babaia mation on the course ci Bar Kochworkshop can be M-,!V visualized has revolt in this region and on — close to :hc tents oi the Roman ihe status of Ein Gedi in Hadrian's soldiers and the fort, and perhaps times, which is here referred to as evon servicin 8 lhem a village of the Emperor. From this document, and Iroin V „ K ,.,. _. .. ,'he other Hebrew documents ol the Yehuda borrows bu Tynan si „ .^ wl %  ijri -_ / [BarKochha period which list ver dinars from Valens. centurion names, we may one day be able of the First Thracian Cohort of to draw a map ot Em Gedi, its Thous the precipice taking in the eei set i e he him ted out the old Hebrew formula: "Am Yisrael hai: — The Jewish People lives!'' He expressed what all oi us felt. All-Israel Review Slated Local clubs and organizations are making plans to attend the all-Isisand Infantry. He pledges to lards i,s ""''dings, markets and '' "vue scheduled to open Fnv .h„ i„„ n l... „„„ „....,„. citadels nearly down to the last ''ay. Dec. 22. at the Monte Carlo y the loan plus one percent de(ai ho(o | Group reservations can be repay monthly interest in eight months, and as security pledges the ""comI But even more poignantly Interpound belonging to my father I cst-ng to US was the third element El'azar." The boundaries of this that had now entered into this relaeompound are given: "to the east tionship. The persons who had so —tents west — tents and the I carefully stored all those documade through Bernard Resmck, executive director. The show, imported Irom Israel, will he held in the Roulette room as a theatre presentation. Feaworkshop ol that same El'azar m> imonis and personal and household l I n w ro1 Ma7 b ar /f' d Cave of Letters and the Cave of A team of archaeologists, headed ,al 1 hc l "''; rsni Pl >crs ke J" h e Dread from camps located on the by Prol. Binyamin Mazar, lound ^ csscls J"*J ,h p f? m f" k precipices above. .: ,„. ... ,. Ihem out onlv at night when thev he city and reported that one of Thc d( st ri ption of the aforemenin, most remarkable excavation *" iom d (or ^ h;ll ,, (> indings was a large iar bearing It was indicated that the uneov. burnl c tade] djs the mscript.on "leshakya. which ered city might be the site of early Ejn (;c()j b camp which had been set up near the site ol the Roman camp by members of thc Israel Defense Forces. Israel's soldiers of today were helping to restore to life, as it were, their comrades-at arms ot 1,300 years ago. The symbolism With ihe outbreak of thc revolt, of it all was something which not the people ol Kir Gedi apparently even the most hardened cynic could gainsay. eovery ot this document. Documents from centuries later mention that this Cohort was stationed :n the vicinity of what is todaj Amman, thc capjtal ot the Kingdom of Jordan. With us in the Roman camp ruins just then was a Jewish vis itor from abroad. As he stood on fruf. Mazar Interpreted to mean Susita. constructed by King David "belonging to the wine steward." oi King Solomon in the tenth cenin Aramaic. an archaeological expedition. The importance of the inscription was understood to be the fact that it is written in early He-brew Phoen'cian script and is one of the few known examples HHIel AZA Elects Officers Hillel AZA recently elected the following oflicers for 1961-62: %  President, I.ee Sandier: vice president. Steve Minor; treasurer. Howard Kay: secretary. David Handshu; pledgemaster, Arthur S a 1 u k : corresponding secretary. Steve Wall: newspaper editors. Steve llalpern and David Knenpler: parliamentarian. Mel Rubin: and chaplain. I-cslie J. Gross. Sandier, newly-elected president, is also president of the Florida region of AZA chapters. The organization released its third annual inter club directory recently. The publication is a roster of most of the Jewish >outh organizations in the Miami area. tury B.C.E. Excavations show that It is interesting to note the rela the site consists of the remains of tionship between thc Roman garrifive cities, each built on the site son troops and the residents of Ein ol the preceding one and later deGedi a mere eight years before stroyed. the revolt. The site of El'azar's NASSAU CRUISE fABUlOUS LUXURIOUS SEA AIR MIAMI NASSAU MIAMI SS JERUSALEM 4 days 3 nights PR/PE Of ISKAU $54.00 P.P. NOV. 16 1. Air Flight from Miami or Ft. latiderdale. 2. Transfers. 3. First Class Hotel, 2 Nights. 4. Calypso Night Club Tour. 5. Cruise from Nassau to Miami on Luxurious S.S. Jerusalem. 6. Dinner, Breakfost ond All You Can Drink on the House. $59.95 P.P. DEC. 5 1. Cruise from Miami to Nassau on Pride of Israel, S.S. Jerusalem. Iv. 12 Noon. 2. Lunch—Dinner Plus All Vou Can Drink for 11 Hours Until Nassau. 3. Transfers. 4. 1st Class Hetel-2 Nights. 5. Calypso Night Club Tour. 6. Air Flight to Miami or Ft. lauderdole. I'BIOM: M ,AM. 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> Unisf FhrHi^r flaj KM 500 Will Hear | Dr. Sachcr Speak At Brande's Fete i -.KruJewits i -„: Terr. p. e &',:::. v.s/s 3r~r',:: S'tr.rev Hmoviiti Eric res -.' the Grecter Miami Jewish r ^;ban Korer.cl" Sc-dra Levrz ". ,-e Rabbi Mayei AbramoPatricia Wastes Soaaa Rube! retry ueoar.-: -.: Templa Menorcb cr.d .r.rr.. >o Ar_r. Eres.r. Iany I'rrrr.e!. Seymouz Err rtcnl z •%  : %  -: "%-%:RetLir.cc L:e-~r.r.~r. ?-'.:h~ei Liah : %  • to •.-.e ;:.:." z. '.% on re~3-%veSonneablick, Stuart ?.'j-r.^.r. Kure:. ; %  • • % %  centre; Jew --: KindGoldwyn !)::. Z.rr.rr.~rr.-...-. ceve:>.Z*e:• pla; organization Seated net AJanKuRweil and Jeffrey Xem. .:-: we ^s;:~. ; %  J^r-.". w:.e rre S.m Academy Will Honor Revitz the ei .... • M, atw p r emtewt &f %  *.: Mi h'l •; *UtI '/ >.>. •-!mxr-iia: d "•'r -wr. •y I IT %  I B • H Of Dlii ..A veteran of Wortd War II, he tervetJ at director of rehabilitation at Nichols General Hospital m Lovrrrittt, Ky. Me was also a government statistical analyst in Detroit, Mich. He is currently actively ene'->ec! in local manufacturing production and in industrial and commercial housing development*. Revtti .a member of the boar^ ol director] of Bay Harbor-Surl and chairman of the Op 'wlar-hip fund for Miami Beach High School. Beviti ichairman of the execu;i\committee for Israel Bond* and a long-time ZK;n:>t and mem ber of Una; B nth Revitz has playe.l a I'adme role :n the building program < f the HeAcademy, (rbid) :s now in the mid-t of constructing itnew buildings on Pine Tree dr. and 24th • D-. Afcra — L. Saehar. oresid-nt of the ur.ivers 'f, afill te the print oai spcftker. Dr. Saehar will render a repcrt on the growth the uriversiry and stress the s'eos taken by *he faculty of the schcel to meet the needs of the nuclear age. • -• %  • %  ; t Miai tTM • %  "-':• Or. feature* : Dr. I h e an• %  • airr.c-t 2>>.> reIs from v 'bi:c ar.'i pr:ate igencies have bt n : .-. • rB:a"" %  '. ha< recently %  ved perr. to form a Phi Be>a Kappa chapter Two-thirds tfi. ABt.iv .,.-.:. %  • I .i : Veterans Sti'l Here Fr N„ ut h. ar reteraaj t Mil•or. MiOer, prej %  : ar..The serrr.. r. I : • n Mi'Ier. V vetmW be • The '•..%  rans art Still Here." Masquerade Party Held Arthur Lee. Florida State chairman. Jewifh War VeteraBl A uliarii for the Miami Beach & I ii • men's Center masquerade party Friday Soi e 329 serviceman and junior h'. U for the priz"s awarded for outstai o-tumes. JWV Auxiliary sponsors [. I icemen everj >,atur-iay ift. tv.'o v.e-;k trip to London is the reword extended by %  :d Eagle Airways to Florida Highway Patrolman O. D. %  ad rrom right, seen as he was given a send off in M.arni on Sunday by Oeft to riqht William Kinnear, dis' .'.I Sheehan, Cun-rd Eaale sales repre: < ..' .id Mm F. KiMgoth. general sales rrianager, Cur %  'Bahamas, Ltd. Arnet', a Ft. Lauderdale emromd the allexpen*e trip by his friendliness and 'A British travel aqenls whom he cond %  -. ; '!;e Sunshine State. Nave that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion ^t You'll find complete aw facilities to exactly satisfy W your needs in the Kismet, ^ Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be il for o ^ weddinq or a privole parly I tor Information* HAZEL ALLISON CA'ERING DIRECTOS JE 1-606! 1th St. S Colllno Ava, r The yrtimate eompriment to /our gueata — aa Invitation to heva your function eaterad ay "ontalnebieau expert*...wltn tn* finaet awlalne* aaveregee end aervle* worthy of the worta'a moat keautifui hotel. •ANQUETt • WEDDINGS • RECEPTIONS %  Aim AT.I'ah!, KOSHHt CATERING and PERSONALIZED •ONTAINEILEAU CATERIN AT YCXJR HOMJ Call Sol W. Geliman Banajet Manager JEff.r.on 8-8811 • I til *


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Page 12-B Jenisii ncrkttan Friday, November 10. 1581 Jtyctr <-/VlitzvaU As a gift to subscribers. The Jewish Flortdian will present free for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of tnU ceremony, home address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the occasion. Stephen Beilinton Jeffrey Davidson Harry Cohn Harry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cohn, will become Bar Mitzvah at t'ongrcjation Yehudah Moshe on Saturday morning. Nov. 11 Rabbi Sheldon II. Sleinmetz will officiate, The Bar Mitzvah is a student at V rth Miami Junior High and has attended Popiel religious school for live years. At the conclusion of the eereiii >ny. his parents will host a Kid 'li.sh in his honor. Stephen Bei.'inson I5ar Mitzvah of Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beihnson. will be observed Saturday morning, Nov. 11. al Temple Emanu-El. William Segal Stanley Kratish Hebrew U. Trip On SS Jerusalem Reservations are still available! for the three day cruise of the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem to Nassau aboard the SS Jerusalem. South Florida vice presidents Jack Por pick and Jacob Rifkin said Wednesday. The local division is sponsoring a segment of the initial cruise of; the crack Zim Lines passenger ship to the Bahamas on Dec. 5. One of the world's greatest Jewiih women's leaders will be a guest cf honor of the Friends aboard the S3 Jerusalem, and will meet with local officers and members of the Hebrew University organization. The cruise will leave at noon. Dec. 5. only two hours alter the return of the vessel from a PanAmerican tour sponsored by Israel Bends. The Jerusalem will dock in Nassau at midnight, and cruise members will be taken to the plush Nassau Beach hotel For two days, members of the Miamians Will Attend Confab A group of Greater Miami JJ Federation leaders will be onha m Dallas next Thursday. M*! I for the 30th annual general ass( [ ly of the Council of Jewish Fate I j tions and Welfare Funds. TrTcy include Mr. and Mn Six I ley C. Myers. Mr and Mrs Ham Thurman. Sam J. Heiman, Arth Rosichan. and Sam Cohen. Myers was founding president J ida ( Federation. Thurman IS vice pr dent. Heiman is immediate pa president. Rosichan is ei director of Federation, and Coba is assistant executive director Abraham A. Ribicoff. Secretary of Health, Education and v, will address the a "America's Welfare—A Time New Ideas." i-r RABBI MILTON SIMON Mesivta Names Rabbi Simon Rabbi Milton Simon, of Cleve,r ill R • v I',! h <£ln v n F^nda wiU travel ... the Bahamland. 0. las, week was appointed and the K nil £ZSSS'X %  sh>P m Nassau and meet with student supervisor of the Mesivta assure th L M ^ /' S f". K rj ^ h 2 ; 91 British government, civic and busiHigh School of Greater Miami. The former Governor o* Connecticut is expected to bring to the group an analysis of the Kennedy Administration's bas>c program for the cont nuirg advancement of the health welfare and education of the American oeopj measures required to that advarc: nenf. 5W 23rd ter., during Saturday morning services. Nov. 11. Rabbi Morton Malavsk) will officiate Stanley is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High and attends the Center's religious school He is a star Scout and an outstanding baseball player. His parents will host an Oneg shabbal on Friday evening, and ihe Kiddush following the ceremony Saturday in his honor. ness leaders. Thej will return to Miami by a chartered flight Dec. 7 Ulpan Classes Slates Schedule Definite scheduling of Ulpan clas es m Hebrew was announced this week by M. A. Baskin. president of the Bureau of Jewish Edu1040 Michigan ave., Miami Beach. A student at Northwestern University, ma wing ;:i education psychology, Rabbi Simon is a graduate of Telshe Ycshiva. in Cleveland, where ho was dormitory supervisor for two years. At the Mesivta, Rabbi Simon will supervise student dormitory activities and study program. According to Rabbi Alexander S. Jeffrey Davidson Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will ofSecretary Ribicon s aide climax the annual assembly,which this year will bring m< tha i representatives fi the United States an I inada. Major questions on the a involve the future directions lot Jewish health, welfare educatka and culture services, -he immediate and long range overseas tasks and objectives of America! and the mobilization ol : eralions and welfare fundtor the imminent 1962 fund-raising urn: %  Se Mi cation Four classes will be ofGross, principal, the Mesivta ifered to the Jewish community, the only senior high school in the finale at the Bar Mitzvah of Jetstressing intensive study ot conSoutheastern ream,, of die United P a 'S ns with Dr. Irving Lehman Official(ny ^ Q{ Mf ^ |fa HQward ver sational Hebrew. States. It offers a Hebrew and Davidson, during Saturday mornA beginners class will meet on general studies program. a> well Book Review Series OpSftS ing services. Nov. 11. at Beth Torah Thursday evenings, starting Nov. as dormitory facilities, with more Congregati Q, ,,,,,„ 8 to 10 p.m., at Beth Israel [J an j* ***** now residing at Jeffrey is an e --i Congregation. Prairie ave. and 40th ,nc school. lent at North Miami Beach Junior St., Miami Beach. Mrs. Fay hemRabbi Simon is married to the ligh. ing Stephen is an eighth grade studi 'it at Nautilus Junior High He plays the clarinet and is an avid Mamp collector. A reception in his honor will be Satur ay evening at the !i >ney P aza hotel. William Se 3 al Dr %  •.. %  Li hn in will offic ite Darryl Blinsky ] '•'' li itzvah ul William, son Saturday morning services al • %  Philip Segal, and Temple Judea, Nov 11, will include :: ""' : '" : Mi and Mrs. Joseph tie Bar Mitzvah ot Darryl, son of Rambeaii. during Satur ay mornDr. and Mr. Maurice Blinsky. ing servic -. Nov 11. at Temple stein will be the instructor. Former Sorel Robinson, daughter Two intermediate classes wiU be ?/ ** ; ul Mn •'"•' Robinson, re offered, one in Miami on Wednes"*| 0U5 ;i ".'' 1 communal leaders of I al the Bureau bldg., ( nu ;i ni 135 \u 3rd ave.. beginning Noi 8, from 9:45 to 11:45 a.m. with Meyer Samberg, instructor; and on Thursday mornings, beginning Nov. 9. from 9:4") to 11:45 a.m.. at the Beth Israel Congregation. Miami William is in the eiglnli grade at Beach, with David Rosenleld. in( rs of S *J ve c,ark chairman of the Darryl is a student at Kinloch 'da M. Fisher Junior High, and structor. "ami f lanning and Zoning Board. Park Junior High. Playa violin in the school orchestra. 4n aril an Plt -.--. „..,, „.. „,f" d candldatp for City Com_ A" ad\anccoT course urn T)? otmission vacancy in Group 5, was A reception will be held followfered at Beth Israel Congregation slated for Thursday i sw 5th ter. Rabbi Mordecai Podet will officiate. Emanu-EI Clark Rally Scheduled Here A rally for friends and support USY Chairman Appointed Here Judge Irving Cypen, president of the Southeast region of the United S\nagogue of America, announced the appointment of Jerry Sussman as chairman of the Youth Commission of the United Synagogue. the agency which guides the United S.< nagogue Youth in the region. •Sussman is a vice president of the Southeast region of the United S\ nagogue. and a member of Temple Menorah First large event under Sussman's chairmanship was concluded Sunday, when 300 youngsters gath e ed for a conclave at Temple Sinai in Hollywood. Mi c s Jaki Stahl. of Beth David. Miami, was chairman ol the event. The Youth Commission is looking forward to two other region al events, one to take place in Tampa on Nov. 15 to 17. and one in Atlanta on Nov. 24 to 2fi Th.y v. ill involve an additional 500 t SY era. On Dec. 21. a delegation of 1 SY'eSV will depart Miami for the 11th annual convention of the United Synagogue Youth to be held in New York City. I ing the ceremony __.. evening ~ [on Monday evenings, beginning the downtown Miami Elks Lode Nov. 6, from 8 to 10 p.m.. with Zvijat 501 Bricked ave. Berger, assistant director of the Bureau, as instructor. Heinz Makes Film Available By Special Report More than 400 organizations have shown the Israeli full-color film. "Holidays in Israel." since it was first introduced in January. 1961. The film has won wide praise in 28 states. Canada and the Canal Zone. There are showings booked well into 1902. "Holidays in Israel" portrays in vivid color and original music the observance of Passover and Sha vuot in the cities and settlements of Israel. Any organization may book the film. "Holidays in Israel." at no cost, except return postage after the showing. Inquiries should be addressed to Film Dept., II. J. Heinz Co.. P.O. Box 57. Pittsburgh 30. Pa. Sig Eisenberg. Miami businessi man and civic leader, was to serve as master of ceremonies for the affair starting at 8:30 p.m. Entertainment and refreshments were also scheduled for the progra m. MJGUST imos H\, /v f >•. I\r \ r Sisterhood of Tempiis sponsoring a book review by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz ond Thursday evenii month, beginning \ > 15 p.m.. in Sklar Auditor hook was to be "Mila 18 Iris. Mrs. Ludw. I chairman, CANDID PHOTOGRAPHS of BAR MIUVAHS P* LIPSON STUD;CS HI 5-3434 163 Aragon, Corol Gsbl's JE 1-5251 Closed Saturday Sunshine Bakery BAKERS FOR KOSHtR H0M£S Specializing in WEDDING & BAR MITZVAH CAKES You Call Wl DHIVIR Orders $2 or More fRlt 1043 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH 39, FLORIDA BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARS Experts on Starter and Generator Repairs BATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS UI-VOLT BATTERY 1W. SALES A SERVICE at Homo or On th* Road 1850 N.W. 7th Avonoo ** JtSi 8345 S. 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Page 2-B vJenirt FhrktkMi Fri day, Nove mbe r ,p ^ lOOklllg Mildred I o r n e r M* Officers of the Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid were recently installed by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz in the main sanctuary, with a program of sonqs by Cantor Samuel Gomberg. Mrs. Murray A. Shaw (left) was installed as president to succeed Mrs. Louis Cohen. Congratulating her are (ieft to right) Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Fannie Sklar, Mrs. Louis Cohen, and Mrs. Loui3 J. Gold, trustees. Other officers installed were Mrs. 3en Fabric, Mrs. Henrietta Fine, Mrs. Jack Green berg. Mrs. Seymour Horowitz, Mrs. Eugene Schwarz, vice presidents; Mrs. Adolph Greenbaum. treasurer; Mrs. Irwin Weir.grarf, Mrs. Carlton Blake, Mrs. Era Rosenfe'.ci, Mrs. Dan P'ver. secretaries. Beach Units Will Highlight Health Projects 3t Hadassah Meetings Monday Miami Beach Hi i will mcot to highlig it sail Medical l '• anizati m project M o n d a y which through its C mil > Health Services program has played %  significant role in minis) rl the health needs of newcomers t< Israel, as well as to the general population. • Aliyah group will meet at Morton Towers at 1:30 p.m.. Monday, and an interesting program has been arranged Mrs. Samuel Gold-1 berg is president. t Brartdeis group will have a luncheon meeting at the Pontainebleau hotel at noon. There will be 8 special musieal program offered by Joseph W. Malek, accompanied by Mrs. Olga Bibor Stem at the piano. Mrs. Philip Thau is pres idaat. • Deborah group will meet at the home of Mrs I.ee Howard, 89S3 Bay dr.. with a brunch at 11:30 a.m. Mrs. Esther Levitz is pres ident. + Esther rjroup will meet at the Monte Carlo hotel, with a paid-up membership luncheon. Mrs Maurice Cabn. membership coordinator of chapter, will be guest speaker, followed by a musical program. Mrs. Louis Perlyn if president. Israeli group will meet at noon at the Algiers hotel. Refreshments • ill be '% %  ; Slowed \ lock M ... %  g Eii-"a Lazarus group will hjld •Washing! m F 11 -'ral Savj I Loan Branch en Normandy Isle at 12 n ion Mrs Mayer Abramowitz will review the i i %  • -, %  : %  • ; "! %  % % %  i I is a presentation >f songs by members of tr.e group. Mrs Joha.i Berman is president. The eggplant, attired in the royal purple of ancient kings, is the most regal of vegetables. Throughout the Balkans, the lands of the Medi-I : lerranean. in Israel, and in the other countries of the Near East. j the e+tgplant is a blessing to cook* ; who serve it hot or cold, as appetizers, soups, vegetables, main | dishes, and salads. In many ol I their recipes the skin is retained so that its color may add beauty I to the completed dish Perhaps if we used the French name, auber i gine. instead of our more prosaic one. we might tend to place the j eggplant among the other tine ; foods with which it belongs There are many varieties of egg plant, from tiny to as large a> watermelons, but we are most ta milhtr with the plum-colored ver sion which grows to about nine inches in length. While the eggplant has a starchy appearance. actually as low in calories .i-, green pepper, an.! is over N er. Some exper .mamtain that it should be heavy tor size, others that it should be light Since the experts disagree, Eggplant Relish '* CU • '• >:! t 14b. ( %  '. peeled and diced 2 large tomatoes, peeled and diced 1 : : green peppers, coarsely diced l cup pitted green olives. quart ere-i u cup celery, coarsely diced tablespoon sugar cup white vinegar salt and pepper to taste very large onion, coarselydiced add the meat and^T^TT with a fork over r!1 ,, l;umh ": 111 ,,U •'""•" '*'-unundl:\ particles. Add the eMDllllt u %  "* %  nun,,,, ,££* U h r".-a^ ngredients. .., a M jghtlyinto wiimi"* ""• *^itoti I isseroje without touching t-n lace the uncut shell, „ .. and spoon the filling from th*. This amount serves five or 5 :x If you like KREPLACH In a large skillet heat the oil. Add the eggplant and cook and stir o\er medium heat for live minutes Add tomatoes, green peppers, onion, olives, and celery Bring to a bo:i. then cook over medium heat tor twenty minutes Stir Dissolve the ind add. Cook or one H ul then taste and add lepper it desired, i and keep refrigerated. • [or a few appetizer 'his factor probably "is Of no immr There should tance. What does matter in pur' .: eggplants i< firmness of i text u r e, and an unblemished, %  Ravi' 1 IN SAUCE Eggplant Stvffed With Meat Senior Citizens Group Senior citiiens group, age; 50 and over, will meet every Sunday afternoon from > to 5 at D a d e Heights Jewish Congregation. Programs will be planned and refreshments serve.!. Acorn Players Scheduled Temple Players of Temple Emanu-El will present the Acorn Civic Theater in a dramatic read ing on Monday in Sirkin Hall. Hanra SeneteH growo will mee" at the Saxony hotel at 12 noon for luncheon. Special presentation to lew members a siateJ. A film. "SO Miracle Minutes." will be shown. Mrs. Eva M. Blum is president. On Wednesday. Now 15, an Oneg Shabbat for new members and their sponsors, as well as a musical prjgram, is scheduled. She'oma group will meet at Hibiscus Temple on Alton rd.. Monday at 12 noon The film. "50 Miracle Minutes." will be shown. Mrs. Manuel Feierman is president. Henrietta Sicld group will meet in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel at noon. The film. -The Book. Egg and Bell." will be shown, followed by a varied program. Mrs. Joseph Alexander is president. Stephen S. Wise groc-o will meet il the Casablanca hotel at Refreshments will be served. The book "Mila 18." will be reviewed by Melvyn B. Prumkes. Mrs. H. Kopel is president. I. R. Goodman group will meet on Wednesday. 8 p.m.. at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan ASSB on Normandy Isle The pro gram will take the form of a hos pita! housewarming party, and the film, "Operation M.D.," will be shown. Mrs. Elsie Herman and Mrs. Sylvia Labell are presidents. smooth, and shiny skin. Eggplant slices or strips, dipped m batter or egg and crumbs, then fried or sauteed. are the most popular method of serving the vegetable here But if we take suggestions from the countries where eggplant is fully utilized, we can create all sorts of varied dishes. From the northern shores of the Mediterranean comes a cold relish which is used both as an appetizer or an accompaniment for the mam dish. A somewhat westernized version of a main dish popular in Israel is I -'-i-i'ilant tablesp ions vegetable oil 1 lb. lea,: hambcrger 1 medium onion, minced t can cooked rice '• %  i cup shelled, roasted pine nuts i pmens) cup dried currants tablespoons minced parsley teaspoon "ground cinna-, mon salt and pepper to taste V* 2 '4 You'll love Remove the stem and cut the WHT*•**** %  A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Served In a glass or a cup... There's Yom Tov spirit in this famous tea... 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Friday. November 10, 1961 vJcnisii fkridft&n Page 9-A Quartet of Outstanding Personalities Will Spark Annual Meeting Weekend Standing (left to right) are State Attorney Richard Gerstein and Charles Rosenberg, president of Temple Judea Brotherhood. Seated (left to right) are Assistant State Attorney Max Kogen and Rabbi Mordecai Podet, spiritual leader of the Temple. Gerstein spoke at a meetinq of the Brotherhood Sunday. Subject was "You and the State Attorney." A quartet of outstanding Miami personalities will grapple with the problem of "Communism. Civu Liberties and Conformity' at the Sunday morning seminar feature of the ninth annual meeting of the Greater .Miami chapter of the American Jewish Committee. Prof. Tom Wood, of the University of Miami, will be speaker, and discussants will be Luther Pierce, executive director of the Greater Miami Council of Churches; Herbert L. Heiken. attorney identified with the American Civil Liberties Union: and Ted Slack, a realtor who is prominent us a lecturer on the evils of communism. Jay I. Kislak will be moderator ol the seminar, which will begin at noon following a brunch at which officers of the Greater Miami chapter will be installed by .Morris Abrams. of Atlanta. The four speakers will provide the concluding event on the AJC's weekend meeting at the Diolomat hotel slated Nov. 18 and 19, which faces the question of "Which Road for American Jews" as its theme. Underlying the headlined seminar is the implied challenge of how best to combat communism while securing civil liberties. In line with the dominant theme, participants in the meeting will hear outstanding Jewish authoring -peak and discuss the issues ol "Assimilation. Integration or Insulation" for American Jews at a Saturday afternoon study session. Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader ol Temple [srtel, Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, and Richard Wolfson. local attorney, will bf panelists. Also, on Saturday afternoon, teen-agers will address themselves to the usefulness of fraternities and sororities in Dade county high schools. Human Relations Awards to Rep. Dante B. Fascell and the (atholic Diocese of Dade county will be the highlights of the annual dinner on Saturday night, at which AJC president, David Kloeman. will make his report. Rep. Fascell is scheduled for a mai<>r address as part of the dinner program. A full program of sports and social activities between seminars and work sessions has been scheduled for the entire weekend, although members and friends may register for individual events it they do not plan to spend the weekend at the Diplomat, where special rates have been arranged. UN Study Group Hears Speaker Leonard Shapiro spoke on the "International Labor Organization of the United Nations" at a meeting of the Miami Beach chapter of American Assn. for the United Nations study group Tuesday evening at the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan bldg Morris Siegel led a discussion on the issue of the general secretariat. Mrs. Anna Weiss is chairman of the study group. FEDERAL iVINGS ACCOUNT matches the sense of family confidence \ieved through your Dade Federal insured sat nigs account. As the years roll by, Dade Federal Savings passbook will the carefully documented story of your life... \tnatic additions to your savings mil be tsure of your security and freedom from uon). and your loved ones the finest gift genuine happiness today and security during t years ahead. Open or add to IT Dade Federal Savings account — soon. \\\t Dade count on %  (Mli and Year ices in lr\e You i ne of the Nation's Oldest and Largest" >v and LOAN ASSOCIATION JOSEPH M UPTON. President S EXCEED 170 MILLION DOLLARS %  --3 it Hi %  % 



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i Friday. November 10, 1981 +Mnist tkti1,r Page 5-A %  Jewish Community President Killed Continued from Page 1 A attributed to the fact that, recently, Hhad refused to turn over his apartment to a Moslem who had insisted on takir/j over J the Perei home. But fne attacks against Zermati and Dr. Cohen were laid lo OAS terrorists. Zermati was krown as an ardent Gaullist. He had hntd high posts in ths Algerian Ministry of the Interior ard, fcr two terms, served as preside.it of tie Setif Bar Assn. He was shot in tiie back while picking up his mail in the Serif post office. active in any political movement, elements had obtained control of but was considered a liberal. Hethe OAS. aitlicugh effort have was widely known in Algiers par-been made of late by tiio OAS to ticularly fcr his work amo.-.y tin,, nUj .t ,!„. sympathies o Moslem poor, whom He had* beenresidents in Algeria %  *eYWn2 since his graduation from .. .-.-•• %  • • medical school. Dr A Zaffran, „ admmistrat ve count Z During last week, at ,,,.„,„ ,„ A plastic bombs of in> ,„ |( „ single day were aimed at .. shops m the B >nd ol i' ; type used both bj the OAS ai Algerian rebel.-. i r Gi Idenberg n •. E The Jewish community, neral cond ions in A ale shaken I y the recurn in an Dr. Cohen was nol I vn to be tacks, is wond whetiiei S em ition to Fran< Mother Told to Teach Her Son Judaism Coral Gables Mayor Robert Searle signs a proclamation designating Nov. 29 as Cedars of Lebanon Day in Coral Gables. Similar proclamations have been issued by Mcyorfe of South Miami and West Miami, Paul Tevis and Edmund Coopef. Cedars of Lebanon Day will feature a benefit dinner'in honor of Dade County's newest medical facility. Above, Judge Sam* Silver watches the signing. Judge Silver is chairman of. the dinner which is expected to draw residents from .throughput the Gables, South Miami. West Miami end the %  sub^ban Southwest area. ,. Testimonial For May or High testimonial dinner in honor of ft(ayor"Jlobert King High will be held in mid December for his leadership in helping to complete the Abe Aronovitz Memorial Heart Pa-' vilion'of Cedars of Lebanon HospiThe dinner will culminate the : nvc led by Mayor High to build iourth floor memorial t< Abe Aronovitz. First planning session of the Aronovitz memorial committee has been called for 11:30 a.m.. on Sunday, at the hospital. 1321 NW 14th sl., Miami. 'Hamlet' to be Shown "Hamlet."" starring Sir Laurence Olivier and Jeaa Simmons, will be shown at the Miami Public Library en Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. The film will he presented as a program ol the Shakespeare Reading Circle, which meets weekly under the guidance of Dr. David Klein. professor emeritus ol the College of the City of New York. The public is united. U.S. Envoy Meets Israeli Officials Continued from Page 1-A close tics between Israel and the United States and praised Mr. Eban's services during his tenure •s Israel's Ambassador to the United States. Israel was described as "one of the most remarkable examples of remocracy" in the world" by Dr. Robert Hutchins. president of the Fund for the Republic and former chancellor of the University of Chicago. During a visit here. Dr. Hutchins said most new and developing nations have difficulty in establishing democratic regimes but that Israel, despite its "unexampled" rate of development, had succeeded in that task. Sapir, Rothberg To Arrive Here Two of the foremost architects of Israel's greatly expanded program of private investment will meet with industrial and business leaders of Greater Miami Jewry on Sunday night at the Lucerne hotel. Pinchas Sapir. Israel's Minister cf Commerce and Industry, and 1 Samuel Rolhberg. of Peoria. III., president of Israel Investors Corp., will speak at a dinner hosted by Maurice Revitz. Revitz, a Miami philanthropist and civic leader, is president of Temple Menorah, executive committee chairman of t h e Hebrew Academy, and a leader in the Israel Bonds and Hebrew University organizations. Sapir and Rothberg. who have worked together for more than a decade in the Israel Bond program, of which Rothberg was first national chairman and now serves as chairman of trustees, will arrive Sunday to meet with local leaders I of the I1C. headed by Revitz and Jack S. Popick. NKW YORK — i.ITAi — A l ish divorcee who became a Christian Scientist w is fined $250 by a Now York Suprei Courl justice this week who !i"! allow her 12 year-old son to be raided m the Jewish faith. Justice Thomas A Aurelio ruled that Mrs Sylvia Gluckstern Glasser, former wife oi Philip Gluckstern, owner of a kosher restaurant in New York City, was in contempt of court. The couple was married hi urn. hved together as Orthodox .lews, and had three children. The youngest. Lewis Jay Cluckstern, was awarded to the mother in a 1959 separation agreement, on eon ition that the father "shall have full charge of the religious education" of the boy "and may bring him up in the Orthodox Jewish faith, notwithstanding any dilferent religion which the mother may have." In his ruling, Justice Acrelio said that each had since remarried and that Mrs. G!asser "has converted to Christian Science." He cited the separation agreement by Mrs. Glasser that she would not try to teach the boy any other rel : gion. At a trial of a suit brought by the father, Mrs. Glasser testified she took the boy to Christian Science services every Sunday. The boy testified that he wanted to become a Christian Scientist. the boy's il ti I : i %  The judge ruled, h >we> t "this infant should not bi | i i.' 1 to il andon so easily thi I he was born in. l! • ha i no i Uscei IWV Memorial Services %  > iu 1 .'i pi HI • the :.. of. i !j i ncn cision In imppsing flfe-fine, Ihe Justice suggested i'hot-lri.: lather eon..: i r instituting H/ separati onsuit to eain custody of Ills' son. Tiie lather said.'hat L-.w'is had attended classes a] a synagogue, ill New Rcchelle, 5;.Y'.*urK.'l'ai)'-iut six months ago buW"1hat jynce 'hen. the boy had refused to attend The father In honor ol i e Post l 77 wi I ho n il jointtj with I %  ii remple Ner Tarn id on Friday evening, Tin Pos1 H Guard w 'Ii pres< nl color: Ser will be follev ed by an g SI hat A wreath from the Post I I its Auxiliary will also be pla< I at the Cenotaph on Washington ave. Hans F. Ft-Idman is COiU•t ol the post. PULL THE LAST LIVER EIRST TO RE-ELECT ROY F. WOODRUFF YOUR HIALEAH COUNCILMAN YOUR COUNCILMAN FOR 8 YEARS THINK BEFORE YOU VOTE, YOUR VOTE SHOULD COUNT YOU CAN BE SURE WHEN YOU PULL LEVER 8-A VOTE NOV. 14 "Thank You" ROY F. WOODRUFF IM Pol. Ailv. LEVER 2-A Elect "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—HialeahMiami Springs Kiwanis Club. Board of Directors—HialeahMiami Springs Y.M.C.A. Hialeah-Miami Springs C. of C—Civic Affairs Comm. D.A.V. (Hialeah)-A.G.R.A. -Hialeah P.B.A.-D.A.H Working Man—Businessman. Pull LEVER 2-A NOVEMBER 14 II Pol. Adv. "One Good Term Deserves Another" IVWP CONTINUE THE STEADY PROGRESSIVE GROWTH OF DADE COUNTY'S SECOND LARGEST CITY RETURN Victor "Vic" WILDE TO YOUR HIALEAH COUNCIL Nov. 14th Pull LEVER 7-A THANK YOU" — IM Pot, Adv. RE-ELECT VERNON J. ASHLEY TO HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL "Six Years Your Councilman" Pull LEVER 1-A November 14th IM Pol -\ilv ELECT RAY HODGES To Your HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL Help fffjf to IIH| FOl7 "THE MAN WHO BEAT CITY HALL" Pull LEVER 3-A November 14th —IM Pol. Adv. %  fi



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iday. November 10. 1961 vJewist) fkr/rafiatn Page 1 3-B Scldier Scientist Conquers Miami Yigael Yadin, professor of archaeology at the Hebrew r-rsity of Jerusalem, visits Israel Mouse, national hecdters of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, (left '.c right) Miss Bcrbara Schwartz, New York City irman of the Junior Committee, Women's Division; Mrs. ham F. Wechsler, New York state president of the Women s Division and Miami Deach winter visitor; and Michael isselson, executive vice president of the American Friends. Gen. Yadin addressed an audience of pome 1,000 persons at Miami Beach High School Auditorium Monday. Hassidic Group Wins Right To Run Own Community NEW SQUARE. NY. — (JTA) — Lfter a prolonged court battle, the lassidlc community here, honorit the Skvirer Rebbe, will be,me officially an incorporated illage this week, to be known Drmally as the Village of New Jcjuare. The incorporation papers lere expected to be processed by •ie Secretary of State at Albany fuesday or Wednesday. Then New niare will be officially a village. Ind elections will be held for mayr r and other village officials. The village was founded in '954 by 530 followers of Rabbi Jacob Joseph Twersky, who was lorn in Skvir, a town near Kiev n the Ukraine. The name New Square is a variation of the name c ; that Ukrainian town. The o-thodox residents, who built 69 c-s-faml!y homes on the 130acre tract near Spring Valley, K.V., voted unanimously last August to incorporate. They 'led tre incorporation papers with Ramapo Township, of which the area is a part. r When the Ramapo Township I Board of Supervisors failed to send j he incorporation papers on to the | state capital at Albany, the followers of the Skvirer Rebbe petitioned .he State Supreme Court, requesting that Ramapo be forced to act m the incorporation. Last July. Supreme Court Justice John P. Donohue ruled in favor of the Skvirer. Ramapo threatened to appeal the judge's ruling. This I week, Town Supervisor Edwin E. Wallace announced: "The incorporation papers were sent to Albany on Friday." Ramapo* had surrendered. New Square plans to enact an ordinance closing all streets to all out emergency traffic every Sabbath, from sundown Friday to nightfall Saturday. Other ultraOrihodox practices will become local law in New Square. At pres ent, television is forbidden — although nearly every home has a radio. Women may net wear slack* in public. Veni, Vidi, Vici. Gen. Yigael Yadin came to Miami, saw the community's leaders in the fields of religion, education. business and government, and con quered the hearts of all with whom he came in contact. The 44 year-old professor of archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem demonstrated time and agi in during a two-day stay this week why heis a I legend of Israel, The form •• < %  • d ':: • of the army, navy and air force of isi ael n finds from the twi e: litio to the Ju and whi< h di ; rib a The first ai i s.'o"'J cvntu i documents were dscri..ed by c-c->. Yadin "BS ma most important discovery o' the period n?xt to ths Deao i'ea Sere %  "." He said there are 6-1 items n the collection — laraest collection found in the Holy Land so far— and that they deal with yea-s 88 to 135 C.E. .Most of the items are dated. Gen. Yadin told a virtual-capacity throng of 1.022 persons Monday night at a Miami Beach lecture co. sponsored by The Jewish Floridian and the South Florida Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. "They therefore provide a firm basis for evaluating the Dead Sea Scrolls on paleographic grounds. The documents give the latest posjsible dating for the scrolls — the first century." Prior to the discovery of the Bar i Kochba letters in a cave in the I Dead Sea vicinity, the dates and contents of the historic scrolls had J been widely disputed. Earlier Monday, Gen. Yadin met with 38 rabbis at a special meet! ing of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. at Beth David Congre! gation. The program was arranged by Rabbis Norman Shapiro and Heribert Baumgard. program co-chairmen for the association, and I ;> Rabbi Mayer Abramowrtz. liaison between the American Friends : the ioca! rabbinate. Fielding questions from the floor. Gen. Yariln demonstrated • %  an amazing knowloJge of the Talr.iud, Mishnah aid Gemorah, as He shifted back and forth from English to Hebrew to Aramaic, in dealing wriftl involved quesHc^s on tha Eible an.' its cenme-.^ar'es which have pvzila-d rabbii far centuries. ndon on N 21 ....',. I lican I rite a tw< be B • %  -. t< r which publication in the United Stat i lsra< I and :. ; already has been a • • '-.'. %  .. i was fet 1 Su ie homi ack 1 \ Gorden. president of the South Florida Divisi of the American Friends Michael M. Nisselspn, executive vice president of the Friends, also spoke at the dinner, where the amount raised for the S500.00C Solar Energy Research Center of I the Hebrew University passed th( one-fourth mark. Gen. Yadin held numerous pri vate interviews with such local leaders as Maurice Revitz. Louis Kudnick. Max Weitz, Jack Popick, I and Jacob Rifkin as he outlined plans for Hebrew University's con; tinued world-leading role in archaelology. Gen. Yadin said during his lecture that the discovery of the letters, which is outlined in detail in .the concluding article of a fourweek series in The Jewish Florjidian on Page 7-A, "definitely established that Bar Kochba. whose name properly was pronounced 'Bar Kociba.' not only existed but was indeed the last president of reestablished in 1948 — more tfthan 1,300 years after his lifetime.*" Bar Kochba was praised as an outstanding military leader by Gen. Yadin, who said his r—nili'ary orders "seemed more in the *ty!e of • Geo. GeorgJ flatten than a Gen. Dwiglit Eis—enbower." He added that Bar Kochba had 1 nd command set-up and that ,e won] I have delighted present nier I' Id Ben-Giairion beet tse he ordered all off Icial ments and orders prepare— d in Hebrew, although Aramaic, ('• reek ther languages were by then ancient Israel. Gen. Yadin lefl for Now ^'ork %  h ind him ne lefl i trail of favorable im%  sions But most of a'l. he showed why he is considered one of Isr ad's best .-• i aki rs, h< r greatest milatary hero, and foremost archaeologist. Israel before the Jewish state was Riverside Opens Memorial Chapel i %  Back from Italy, Victor and Ann Bidone are getting ready for the fifth season opening cf their De Continental restaurant on Bay Harbor Island ct 1045 95th St., where dining out under the stars is featured. Raymonde, chef, and Paul, maitre d', will be at the door to greet guests. Opening day is Nov. 22, day before Thanksgiving. Dade Heights Plans Activities Dade Heights Jewish Congregation is starting two adult education groups, to meet every Wednesday evening. Beginning Nov. 1, the first group will meet at 8 p.m., lor Hebrew reading conducted by Dan Medvin, At 9 p.m.. the second group, led by Rabbi Harold Richter. will discuss "Judaism and Psychiatry." On Thursday evenings, Nov. 2, 9, 16 and 30, a "Personal Survival Course" will be held at Dade Heights Jewish Congregation under the supervision of bad* County Civil Defense. Course is free and open to everyone. A Young Judaea group for boys and girls between the apes of 9 and 11 is being formed at Dade Heights, to meet Thursday evenings from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m.. each week. Mrs. M. Weinstein is in charge. And for the "Young at Heart," a golden age group for those over 50 is being initiated. Don Hershey is in charge of the sale of candy which will be distributed to those who wish to participate in the program on Sunday at 9 a.m. A new half-million dollar chapel at 1920 Alton rd. has Just been j completed by Riverside .Memorial Chapels. Abe Eisenberg, who started the chain here in 1938 and is as active as ever with the organization, said the older Riverside Memorial la-' cility at 1236 Washington ave. baa !.(•( n replaced by the new chapel, Riverside is a national organization, founded in New York in 18V8, where 11 branches are located. Greater Miami branches are at SW 37th ave. and 17th st.; Normandy Isle; and the newest on Alton rd. Other top Riverside executives here include Larrie Blasberg and ; Leonard Zilbert. Some of the unusual features of ; the new chapel are lavish use ol imported red and Venetian gold •ile. Italian travertine marble flooring, high celestrial ceilings, and Roman columns and arches. Interior designer Roz Mark has decorated the family room and reposing rooms in monochromatic jolors of Venetian reds, saoohire blues and vibrant greens, with accents of gold and white. Classical motifs throughout are di picted by use of custom murals, ecorative doors and accessories. Beautifully-lands-aped inside and out. a cascading water fountain is located Just inside the entrance of the Chapel foyer. The overall design of the building fits into the Miami Beach modern motif perfectly, according to the decorator. Builder was Arkin Construction Company, and Edwin C. Bliss was tural engineer. Landscaping is by Art's, and building designer was Glasser and Associates. Democrats Hear Speakers Justice of the Peace Jasoan M. Berkman and Florida Secrcta xy of Agriculture Carey Matthews were guest speakers at a meeting of Ihe Democratic Club of Miami BKeach or. Wednesday, Nov. l. at thme Di Lido hotel. Wally Cluck is parcsi|dent k and Harry Levy, executive member. Elect WILLIAM J. "BILL" OWENS MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER (GROUP 5) Proceeds for Religious School On Saturday evening. Sisterhood j of Temple Beth Shirah will sponI sor its first annual Harvest Ball in : iuniland Hall, with live orchestra and refreshments. Monies raised ; viil go to the Sisterhood religious I school fund. It's Performance Not Promises That Count! ELECT Murray 1. KLEIN FOR MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER GROUP 5 I V|K b^uivOMY" Presently Serving As City Commission Appointee to Stadium Advisory Board for Orange Bowl, Has Consistently Voted for Lower Consumer Prices and Increased Patron Facilities. +1 NATIVE FLORIDIAN +t DECORATED VETERAN -* ATTORNEY -* BUSINESSMAN Murray Z. Klein is a man who has the knowhow and experience to stop the waste of your tax dollar. PULL LEVER 24--A on Nov. 21 for economy in government. WM. J. (BILL) OWEMS 'The Man with a ?\mn For a Better Miami/"*' MIAMI RESIDENT 42 YEARS TAX PAfER FATHER OF 7 CHILDRE N MEMBER OF AUAPATTAH BABPTIST CHURCH GRADUATE MIAMI I—IIGH WAR VETERAN PRES., CZ3ADE COUNTY FEDERATION OF IABO R TRUSTEE. UNITED FUND CO-Cr—IAIRMAN. WELFARE PLANNING C0U* NCIL MEMBER CITY LABOR ADVISORY BOARD, STATE APPRENTICESHIP COUNCIL AND MANY CIVIC GROUPS. Campaign Headquarters^ 2936 NW 17th AVE. 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r>3 •UMW ****** Fndery. Norember 13, 'sgi 7r-7>>JCC5 Xc/, *>un We the Women *'.• Of TMi = E< [r :-. s_-: r.tr -}.. -*%  '.. k .-at to tbe i acta] watfcct c< tie %  *_.-/*-3J*. of bxfl ber la he rounds .eie^ i-realm d (fee -: %  : %  • %  -• .a: in %  a — • the rewral velfare oi "be ba-.er eageaeaal part) •-;*-•-..-::. %  ree: Sat -* ;•*.a--: later Cbq *ere mar.-.* %  : a M:ix. arz-d :ued the) tneugE* %  : ioald be ju=t tbe OOlPlf 'i~ t-ver. e^c ;.*i.5 ere VDU ttui year, bey*a,:%  -.:€ v.er. .*-. ac"...e .r. PTA. For dC*U pearl -.* '.-..-. Daalt County. She -i rew.-rc^ a." d Is rr.ake ha treasurer -r .•*_••-:r*-*..- -..• \t.'.:r.'.at Korj -•" eharta tad iplis: ?_*c a.-.: rice cr.i.rrrian. :' the Faad. But %  :..Err. •.. S %  rt .: EaM r od iwa ": heaee ar^ .':iied ith i -..*.-• •:.-.-.-. reseat die H getting aii aopie ;. e rder •;• Bstetfeeod i -noli • %  M ~ • p.r)? :r. • n*r • She • a.. T.r act...".<%  of uifc Bay HarbtT i :,ikree peari abe beaati aa %  • •..-.-•• is piaj einee her eoanunutj u*< repUei 1-.a • odd I n*\er Utah el rr.y.' i vorkus in tl feel i it it .s a pr ivi l eg a aad I <'. • =• I 1'. •* %  -a: REGARDS Mori af a card [ron ej eft for India eat regardi to Herb and Lou Hath* froB then _.%  •:< Eiaanaet -ho had let %  -.' %  V.-.v. HAMBURGER, F LEASE Sirh exclaimed to hu wife i n ."' office !>-• have er for (..TS.IT tonight A • er They had a M with tbe B batl %  -. UM .-. % % %  two emptj .-. %  :.' :• -ere i Juoge tad '•!.-K i ii'Belle MM Emai "her. Tl %  • r Miriam to be installed as | dent of tbe 1 lad to receive M .R'chard eod Rutl here a De ce m b er TO she* off Robert There i bole en liimto There are two seu • ind M • • • SPOOKS AT WESTVIEW -. Club, i itta th Wacl • •' %  • %  -' mgc and bla ad paper 1 en decorated, too, "• %  • them •••. %  •' Mr tad Mn Ar i Tan end h*i mate The Dr Denaii Qiutoen ed ..: :.-,;. Twenfiei Deruda ware a striped ile B -•• i ,re pink and porpl I At Dr and MrU U Me — lu ; he mar. ''" n up tbe* entertainment chairman — were Mr i d MrMichael Bright a. %  < D ai tbe Qottaera Two tabJet -: guesti helped Mr and Mrs Burl Haft celebrate •: %  The new Daniel Poster, did his celebrating at' <• with bii tbret adoring usten Th<: rere Mr Richard Haft, Mr. and MrBen Rudolph. It wat a fun evening. Invitation 1 have now gone out for the formal opening WCBtvie* dinner dance on Nov. 25. %  COMINGS AND GOINGS Renee rMrs. Arnold/ Braun"' mother. Farm;Gantasbler, set a-ide rier motel buiines.s in Melbourne Fla a/wl came to Miami to visit. No WODder. Thon. Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Zuckerman. The Bar Mitzvat was Friday night with a reception for five-hundrd guests afterward. Can you imagine — all of the mouthwatering pastries were home made. A brunch was held Saturday for the nineteen couples who came from out-of-town, including one couple from London, dinner Saturday night, and then a dinner party for all of Edward's friends Sunday night. The Greenfields were worn out after they boarded their plane. They are qiute proud of their son-in-law. Ziiberfs Tei Dianne's Troth sad Mrs Leonarc Z.. Tr*2P-re at eseci -' i D| Mar--:-> r the soc at Bcca lahsa, IMS Alton rd, Miaau Men Y-£ -zx to tbe %  ---. ; -: T-ooored = %  %  Millionth Resident Contest Here The -.-.-*: :'. Greater *i— r. ~--.;. .r. !-* weeks than average i .'.t .~. TUi a '.he be!:^ A Phil A 0*3* rare co-eha-rman c< tbe Committee cf Ore y....~ '. • M.a~,-Dad CasjBty Cfca M as be ?lar^ed into tbe tbe 'reason cbest ci ariaai thai pa U tbe wiaaer The '..-••i-.p-e• %  : %  '. -'.--' settle here be Sept 1 and Jar. IB, requ.ref tB> phcanti h this statnuital .' r •.-.'. .-. M wards or seal Eatrj art a.*.;*bet .-. ?be pnze committee. Flamingo Unit To Hear Judge >--.-.'. %  :' B r.a: 3 nth ".old a r. T.ce l %  the F'a^rr, • room. P c .-• Mrs Hyman Kle.n program :jce Judge B I luvenik Co;n. peaker pu r ii if Bsoring i can: >od diive to fill the Tn givii for the needy in e a h Classroom Assn. Planning Social Classroom TeacherAssn. of £>ade County is holding its third annual scholarship ball at the Americana hotel on Saturday. Nov. 18 MrSidney Stepkin. of Coral Way Elementary School, is chairman for all special p rojects. Last year, funds raised at the hall were used for four scholarshipto children of teachers. The Ball is open to the public. and reservations can be made at any -chool. Early American DIRECT FROM FACTORY GENUINE SAVINGS Captain's Tables & Chairs Hutches Cupboards Buffets Dry Sinks Complete Bedrooms SEE them being made & finished. 135m St. g N.E. 16th Ava. Call PL 4-6450 OfffN Deify 5, Set. f-4 mn4 rvrai'ftft fry B SSSa fcMsnMSf 1 : :-. tbe Z.zr.e Koretzky S'rr.le Stephrrue Ar^. 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Oiza Stern ipiar.:st aod MrSam Goldberg • MrBather Meyers is areaident .' the Israeli cronp. ii! celebrate i i ha ; banquet here z.-.er. :r. %  :=-.: -:-.:y :r.'. G dab 2 Mtansi Beach far B >-ari -rSareaki are ka toeal esrie aand are especially actire hi Iha %  rta Circle ard -.?:eriranBBBBSsttBBB. ring "he aecasMa artth •benr. *as daughter and son-in-law, Eve:>r and Harry Daefrj oi 935 HI Miami Beach, and their to daughtery.t.tfr.fr :2 and Zena 10. ate. AIM aurs. HL**I SP :i Flacler Granada THeretk Ivatl Sis1erhc-:::ami will hold er of the fall Lag ->: the / ban i? pre?.dt" Sorr. man :.vice pn LEASE AVAILABLE FROM PRIVATE INDIVIDUAL MORTON TOWERS NEW ADDITION FACING THE BAY. UNFURNISHED APARTMENT. A'lowjfKet n security Dfl'jXE CO* •JEB AP' 7Th '.cor 2 TERRACES. 2 Bea.-osnr-s. 7 B-ns. 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Pcge 8-A +Je*>ist Fhridiair) Friday. November ISRAU BOND FUNCTION SLATED Plans Finalized For Briscoe Talk Robert Briscoe. J e w 1 li Lord Mayor of Djblm. was to be guest sr aker at the Temple Menorah Israel Bar Mitzvah dinner Thursl evening at the Americana Heading preparation* for the dinner were Rabbi Mayer Abrami Maurice Revitz. president c: Temple Menorah. and Leonard J. Solomon, dinner chair: Mayor Briscoe, who was recently reelected to a second term, was to join in a colorful ceremony honoring 13 members of the congregation for "Distinguished service, selfless devotion *->d close personal identity with Israel throughout the years of her statehood" and for service to the community and the congregation. The 13 who were to be honored are Abe Appel. Mrs. Sam Belsky. Michael Br< in, Louis DeCoveny, Joseph G. Denmark. Sol Frankei. Frank Goldman. Samuel Graubart. Max Krauss. Oscar C. Lelchuk. LouiReinstein. Leonard Rosen and Sam Schiffman. Plans for the festivities were ccmpletfd at a reception in the home of Mr and Mrs Leonard J. Soloi on Monday evening. %  • is i t sen ing his secI • :::. .ind has been one of Ireding leadersince its establishment as an independent %  • on. lie is a founder of the Fianna rail movement and has consistently represented the party in the Parliament and in the Dublin Corporation since it was reconstituted in 1930. Broward Zionists Host Meetinq D.^... n ...l -/. Broward Zionist hold its first : tr 'ct jj| ngonTu ,ZSE+\ cording to Rabbi Samuel Mend,, w.tz. president Tfc 2Jj Jj| take place at Tempi* E,-th upplied to the Egyptians This might be expec:e tion and an-v .. ttll] „ low. Also P?£." are the new Israeli cola "Sam Snead Golfs [si-ad>• "The Highest mmandasr >tnrnnc Mi !-. \r. : v hour ha. been arr t Assisting Rabbi Mend, and Jacob Harr.n. chairman, are !-.. re K Irving Oxenhorr.. Kmce R.& mond. David Harris, Morri tal. Samuel Bar-k:r Jacob Dti er. Julius W Harris David Shapiro. I tht fid ( urrcnt Dividend Rate on Sating) Fhe Conuni* D.JeCounijl OUR RBSC



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Friday, November 10. 1S61 Jkn i *#• flr/radfi^r Paae 7-B Monte Klein, son of Mrs. Claire Klein. 1435 Meridian ave.. celebrated bis Bar Mitzvah recently at Congregation Knese'h Israel. A reception followed services. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Peter F. Heller, Judy Lipkins. Mrs. David Zimmerman. David Zimmerman and Peter F. Heller. Seated (ieft to right) are Diane Zimmerman. Monte, and Mrs. Klein. Brandeis Women Plan Meetings Miami and Miami Beach chapters of the Brandeis University National Women"? Committee will hold a board meeting on Friday. Nov. 17. 10 a m.. at the home of Mrs. Lawrence C. Kline. 3500 Flamingo dr., Miami Beach. Plans for the forthcoming Southeast area conference will be discussed. The conference will be held Dec. 4 and 5 at the Eden Roc hotel. Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartznational board member, will be general conference chairman. Mrs. Solomon B. Margolis is president of the newly formed Miami chapter. MRS. SOIOMON B. MARGOLIS Couple Mark Goiden Wedding Rabbi and Mrs Abraham ch ) Schwartz. 634 SW 17th who were married Oct. 27. 1912 • New York City, celebrated tl • i i tury of their marriage a family inner on the anmoi thai day. Rabbi Schwartz served as spiritVH] leader of B"nai Zion Congregation in Key West for 14 years and ;o chaplain to the United States Navy, there as well. For the 10 years preceding, he was chaplain to the New Jersey state Penitentiary m Rahw ay. Ordained at the Domestic Eliezer Yrfiivah in New York. Rabbi Schwartz has served in the rabbinate in New York. New Jersey. Pennsylvania and Florida. Ladies Lead Special Project Mrs. Louis Baida. president of ; Beth Jacob Sisterhood, announces that the campaign to air-condition he classrooms of the Hebrew school is in lull progress. Major function in behalf of the project is scheduled for Monday. 3 p.m., at David Whitman Hall of ihc synagogue. 311 Washington ave. Morris B Frank, president, will be present. Arrangements comitimee consist ', D1 the Mesdames Sam Kaplan. Dave Krevat, Sol Krevat, Raphael Goldstein, Sam Perlstein, Max Thurston and .lack Wucher. Local Delegates Attend Session Board mei ing of the Optimists .id opti-Mr.-. -;li District was held ecenlly in West Palm Beach, Attending sessions from this area were Mr. and Mrs. Melvm .1. Rich iid, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gold, Mr. ind Mrs. I.ysle Pesler, Mr. and Mrs. George Goodman. Mr. and Mrs. ArtSBr LoirYowifz,' and Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich. Mrs. Richard is president of the rjpti-Mrs. <>f Miami Beach. New Members Consecrated New members v. ere consecrae : during Friday evening services i Temph Ner Tamid last week. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual 'eader ol the Temple, consecrated he following: Mr an M 'harh > AbramwHi If, ,i VI Si n n. ii Alperl, Mr. and \', Vuntei Mr. and Mr*. Marshall Itaier, Mi and Mm lavld Hwkr M .,n > Mi Vlfred Brwlaw, Mr. nd Mr> J • t %  • R idd, Mr and Mi —•;tn11'. Hrtkel Ml %  '• Ml B, Isidore naakill. Mr, Harold r*hakin, Mi and Mrs. Ma* ""Vihi n, Mi and Mr* Prod Ham-her Mr and Mm Rarne> Davis Mra RomDrilling, Mr, Bnd Mr*. William Drualn, Mr*. Ruth Rckateln, Dr ind Mr* Rufrene .i El-lman, Mr. and Mrs, Si.l II. RdwardH. Mr. mil Mrs. Hyman Elaenbaum, Mr. and Mm Saul I'.i-. Mr. and Mi Brni al Palkenb ITS Mr. MIKI Mrs. Max hYlcl. Mrs. Eth**l Hnkil. Mr. Harry Koreman, Mr, and Mis. Edward ietcher, Mr. and Mrs William Krnnkel, Mi and Mrs, Harry Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. .Kill Friedman, Mr. ant the group. Hostesses were Mesdames Julian Aberman, Sol Gewanter and Frank Nankin Thanksgiving Tea Due Wednesday "Judaism in the Home.'" featuring a Chanuka display arranged by Mrs. Harry Kaplan, will 'be the highlight of a Thanksgiv ling tea Wednesday. 1 p.m.. at the Fontainbleau hotel under the au spices of Temple Emanu-El Sister hood. Mrs. Morris Krovetz is planning table decorations eomoinint; the theme of Chanuka and Thanksgiving. Mrs. Milton Bium. program chairman, will present Mrs. Flo rence Go'.dring in a dramatization of "The Heart of the Jewish Woman in Song," accompanied by .Mrs Ben Ball. Women Slate Youth Panel By Special Report NEW YORK—A symposium on whether American youth are getting too much freedom from parents, educators and others responsible tor their welfare will be one .1 the highlights of the 38th annual national convention of Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of Ameriea, iccording to an announcement by Mrs Bmanuel Lazar. of Brooklyn, N.Y., national president. The convention will be held at the Breakers hotel in Atlantic City. N.J from tfonday through Wednesday Some 600 delegates, representing ;>5 Women's Branch chapters andregions in the United States and Canada, will attend the three-day national conclave. Women's Branch chapters are comprised of Orthodox Sisterhoods of congregations in the chapter area. The delegateswill represent some 500.000 members of such Sisterhoods. Mr. Ham Kats, Mr and Mrs, Samuel Klenor, Mr and Mrs. Uaoifti Kimin. 1, Mr, William Kraft, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kiiinn. Mr. Meyei leaben, Mr and Mrs Bdward I.. M'Oii. Mr. ;.'i. and Mrs. M.-Ivln Son ai.-.n, Ml. and Mrs. I?n> Tan.n. Ml and Mrs Rol.elf Taian. Mr. 11 nd Mr* 11.my "I'a llbi s UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA FABIEN SEYITZKY, conductor SUNDAY, NOV. 12— MIAMI BEACH AUD. 8:30 P.M. MONDAY, NOV. 13— DADE COUNTY AUD. 8:30 P.M. RAYA GARBOUSOVA VIOLONCELLIST BACHStvniKY BtETHOVIN DVORAK PROGRAM Toccofa anil Fugue in D minor Symphony No. 7 in A major Violoncello Concerto in B minor TICKETS: $1.75 to J4.50 UM Symphony Office. MO 1-4960: M ami Beach And., JE 1-0477: Dade County Aud.. HI 6-P230; Cornelia's, FR 3-5123; Amidon's, HI 6-2114. Mr ami Mrs Rob I Ti HIII Mr and Mis. Alvin Tniutenbergt, Ml and Mrs. Varon Tubln, Mr. and Mrs. I leonard Tolema n. Mi and Mr* Herbert l." I'nger, Ml. and Mrs. Irving \. I-. ilelser, Mr, and Mrs Vlexand i U.ll.i-. Ml and Ml Ralph W.l.-i aid. Mr. and Mrs, Sam Werner, Mr. Morris W'iln.i. Mr. and Mrs. l-ouls Mil kin. Mr. and Mrs la. k M I n, Mr ami Mrs.aPaul Wilson, Mr and Mra. Mori i \\ nskow i i .' n I Mr* l.a wWeinbei K, Mi Vbr ihu n Vai mark, Mis. Kdllh / %  ;. U.rnian. Mr. Max Zuekerman. Mr. and Mrs, Dn'vl'l /.ind, II. ALAN SHERR and JORDAN GILMAN present *> •WORLD'S GREATEST ENTERTAINER THE ALL NEW TON USE A vV^i / PROUDLY iK^kv PRESENTS r T j|j W>SRO ADW AY fSFAYORITE wium^m ^^NAPOLEON SOCIAL CENTER CF THE SOUTH ^j^ \^'\ REED IN A NEW REVIEW SWINGING AFFAIRS OF 1961 r. H 3N FSSSON EVERY FRI. SAT. SUN. 10:30 & 12:30 PUBLIC INVITED RABBI AND MRS. ABRAHAM SCHWARTZ • NO ADMISSION—NO COVER • ATTIRE: TIE $ JACKET RESERVATIONS—CALL HAROIO KEMP NE 30611 4200 N.W. 27th AVE. DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSI8 OF THE MYRTLE JONES TRIO Except MIL cay ENTER NAPOLEAN REED'S TALENT CONTEST WEDNESDAY NITES CALL FOR INFO. 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Jenisii ncrkttan
Friday, November
10.
1581
Jtyctr <-/VlitzvaU
As a gift to subscribers. The Jewish Flortdian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of tnU ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
Stephen Beilinton
Jeffrey Davidson
Harry Cohn
Harry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Cohn, will become Bar Mitzvah at
t'ongrcjation Yehudah Moshe on
Saturday morning. Nov. 11 Rabbi
Sheldon II. Sleinmetz will officiate,
The Bar Mitzvah is a student at
V rth Miami Junior High and has
attended Popiel religious school for
live years.
At the conclusion of the eere-
iii >ny. his parents will host a Kid
'li.sh in his honor.
Stephen Bei.'inson
I5ar Mitzvah of Stephen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beihnson.
will be observed Saturday morn-
ing, Nov. 11. al Temple Emanu-El.
William Segal
Stanley Kratish
Hebrew U. Trip
On SS Jerusalem
Reservations are still available!
for the three day cruise of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem to Nassau
aboard the SS Jerusalem. South
Florida vice presidents Jack Po-r
pick and Jacob Rifkin said Wednes-
day.
The local division is sponsoring
a segment of the initial cruise of;
the crack Zim Lines passenger ship
to the Bahamas on Dec. 5.
One of the world's greatest
Jewiih women's leaders will be
a guest cf honor of the Friends
aboard the S3 Jerusalem, and
will meet with local officers and
members of the Hebrew Universi-
ty organization.
The cruise will leave at noon.
Dec. 5. only two hours alter the
return of the vessel from a Pan-
American tour sponsored by Israel
Bends. The Jerusalem will dock in
Nassau at midnight, and cruise
members will be taken to the plush
Nassau Beach hotel
For two days, members of the
Miamians Will
Attend Confab
A group of Greater Miami JJ
Federation leaders will be onha
m Dallas next Thursday. M*!
I for the 30th annual general ass(
[ ly of the Council of Jewish Fate I
j tions and Welfare Funds.
TrTcy include Mr. and Mn Six I
ley C. Myers. Mr and Mrs Ham
Thurman. Sam J. Heiman, Arth
Rosichan. and Sam Cohen.
Myers was founding president J
ida
(
Federation. Thurman
IS vice pr
dent. Heiman is immediate pa,
president. Rosichan is ei
director of Federation, and Coba
is assistant executive director
Abraham A. Ribicoff. Secretary
of Health, Education and v,
will address the a
"America's WelfareA Time
New Ideas."
i-r
RABBI MILTON SIMON
Mesivta Names
Rabbi Simon
Rabbi Milton Simon, of Cleve-
,r ill r v I',! h K nil ZSSS'X sh>P m Nassau and meet with student supervisor of the Mesivta assure th
LM.^ /' Sf".Krj^h 2;91 British government, civic and busi- High School of Greater Miami.
The former Governor o* Con-
necticut is expected to bring to
the group an analysis of the Ken-
nedy Administration's bas>c pro-
gram for the cont nuirg advance-
ment of the health welfare and
education of the American oeopj
measures required to
that advarc: nenf.
5W 23rd ter., during Saturday
morning services. Nov. 11. Rabbi
Morton Malavsk) will officiate
Stanley is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
and attends the Center's religious
school He is a star Scout and
an outstanding baseball player.
His parents will host an Oneg
shabbal on Friday evening, and
ihe Kiddush following the cere-
mony Saturday in his honor.
ness leaders. Thej will return to
Miami by a chartered flight Dec.
7
Ulpan Classes
Slates Schedule
Definite scheduling of Ulpan
clas es m Hebrew was announced
this week by M. A. Baskin. presi-
dent of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
1040 Michigan ave., Miami Beach.
A student at Northwestern Uni-
versity, ma wing ;:i education psy-
chology, Rabbi Simon is a grad-
uate of Telshe Ycshiva. in Cleve-
land, where ho was dormitory su-
pervisor for two years.
At the Mesivta, Rabbi Simon
will supervise student dormitory
activities and study program.
According to Rabbi Alexander S.
Jeffrey Davidson
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will of-
Secretary Ribicon s aide
climax the annual assembly,which
this year will bring m< tha i
representatives fi
the United States an I inada.
Major questions on the a
involve the future directions lot
Jewish health, welfare educatka
and culture services, -he immedi-
ate and long range overseas tasks
and objectives of America!
and the mobilization ol :
eralions and welfare fund- tor the
imminent 1962 fund-raising urn-
:
-
Se
Mi
cation Four classes will be of- Gross, principal, the Mesivta i-
fered to the Jewish community, the only senior high school in the
finale at the Bar Mitzvah of Jet- stressing intensive study ot con- Southeastern ream,, of die United Pa'Sns-
with Dr. Irving Lehman Official- (ny ^ q{ Mf ^ |fa_ HQward versational Hebrew. States. It offers a Hebrew and--------------------
Davidson, during Saturday morn- a beginners class will meet on general studies program. a> well Book Review Series OpSftS
ing services. Nov. 11. at Beth Torah Thursday evenings, starting Nov. as dormitory facilities, with more
Congregati q, ,,,,, 8 to 10 p.m., at Beth Israel [Jan j* ***** now residing at
Jeffrey is an e --i Congregation. Prairie ave. and 40th ,nc school.
lent at North Miami Beach Junior St., Miami Beach. Mrs. Fay hem- Rabbi Simon is married to the
ligh.
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Stephen is an eighth grade stu-
di 'it at Nautilus Junior High He
plays the clarinet and is an avid
Mamp collector.
A reception in his honor will be
Satur ay evening at the !i >ney
P aza hotel.
William Se3al
Dr .. Li hn in will offic ite
Darryl Blinsky ] ''' li' itzvah ul William, son
Saturday morning services al Philip Segal, and
Temple Judea, Nov 11, will include ::""': '" ': Mi and Mrs. Joseph
tie Bar Mitzvah ot Darryl, son of Rambeaii. during Satur ay morn-
Dr. and Mr. Maurice Blinsky. ing servic -. Nov 11. at Temple
stein will be the instructor. Former Sorel Robinson, daughter
Two intermediate classes wiU be ?/ ** ;"ul Mn '"' Robinson, re
offered, one in Miami on Wednes- "*|0U5 ;i".''1 communal leaders of
I al the Bureau bldg., ( nu';i- ni
135 \u 3rd ave.. beginning Noi
8, from 9:45 to 11:45 a.m. with
Meyer Samberg, instructor; and on
Thursday mornings, beginning Nov.
9. from 9:4") to 11:45 a.m.. at the
Beth Israel Congregation. Miami
William is in the eiglnli grade at Beach, with David Rosenleld. in- ('rs of.S*Jve c,ark- chairman of the
Darryl is a student at Kinloch 'da M. Fisher Junior High, and structor. "ami f lanning and Zoning Board.
Park Junior High. Playa violin in the school orchestra. 4n aril,an,Plt -.--. ..,, .. ,- f"d .candldatp for City Com-
_ A" ad\anccoT course urn T)? ot- mission vacancy in Group 5, was
A reception will be held follow- fered at Beth Israel Congregation slated for Thursday
i sw 5th ter. Rabbi Mordecai
Podet will officiate.
Emanu-EI
Clark Rally
Scheduled Here
A rally for friends and support
USY Chairman
Appointed Here
Judge Irving Cypen, president of
the Southeast region of the United
S\nagogue of America, announced
the appointment of Jerry Sussman
as chairman of the Youth Com-
mission of the United Synagogue.
the agency which guides the United
S.< nagogue Youth in the region.
Sussman is a vice president of
the Southeast region of the United
S\ nagogue. and a member of Tem-
ple Menorah
First large event under Suss-
man's chairmanship was concluded
Sunday, when 300 youngsters gath
e ed for a conclave at Temple Sinai
in Hollywood. Mics Jaki Stahl. of
Beth David. Miami, was chairman
ol the event.
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ing forward to two other region
al events, one to take place in
Tampa on Nov. 15 to 17. and one in
Atlanta on Nov. 24 to 2fi Th.y
v. ill involve an additional 500
t SY era.
On Dec. 21. a delegation of
1 SY'eSV will depart Miami for the
11th annual convention of the Uni-
ted Synagogue Youth to be held in
New York City.
I ing the ceremony
__.. evening ~
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Nov. 6, from 8 to 10 p.m.. with Zvijat 501 Bricked ave.
Berger, assistant director of the
Bureau, as instructor.
Heinz Makes
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first introduced in January. 1961.
The film has won wide praise in
28 states. Canada and the Canal
Zone. There are showings booked
well into 1902.
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vivid color and original music the
observance of Passover and Sha
vuot in the cities and settlements
of Israel.
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film. "Holidays in Israel." at no
cost, except return postage after
the showing. Inquiries should be
addressed to Film Dept., II. J.
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30. Pa.
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Fa? 4-A crrci end ?if7 .2:51 s^i s Te^rrpe Ccet= -^--.r!Loss VL=_ T*T g -• t -* • •' r Itev tit-'".-"-_-.'.." TttllT far-iet. tun as ~. .Ei-J -. ; — :. Iiv -I-i r—-:..:•-. BT :: • 1 • c • s T • • ~ c Z"n • •* EJI •^r• *; r-t X ii*r r" : • *t je BUT \ i-T,Ex fhe Ancient Soviet Sun %  : -r z a :ZA ;~-r -,yme.v it *J: r* iy pro--.-.* ai r-y BM '-' o arts ri=: iir_- tnv prcvo lam -i la o/sc pa* esses!** lasaaaca -^ *ne nuonv exc=.;- Z. ti. ZSTTJ* Vi OOramarOO* wr-^z mere.y preacges c new -^ *r^ ~ tne most vacxxu c^: of -^a/-'-.^ ^^^ mil nja rsptsz* of the r-jaclecr weapons MaflMJ hoc. end th. nyx?-,rag csccrz o rerT if V-S anncczicamec:* o> propone*; a naaaapas ni of Bannapi—k teaa -n order to aveap up wj& poseJ^le ftuav avsn aScaur odVaziCes; hai three? 10 ugx. i asperate peace sesianvent wit Ear? Germany r,y I>oernbes. and tne coa-jci obaervoton tdx. these JL no berry to reocr cs Ecs*'/.• accofd cz Br!is: ti* wad Scrie1 -" ^ tie aas voices caiLac iot o mieiear rzsji'^^t.w:\. cad &• CMJBJBl Emaicbe-r cca =^enJ Tuadcry dat "we stop *ee€ag c? akjte— cxsc tier up agein ic the raorciag." Or* OTn -sooc cc oc To scy fh-= *i:rsfe exospies hrrre cterer Russ>3n pclitiocprurDOM behind &rs. does not mare therr. c.-ry *• tch^zophxencc — ctsy iese deleter:ocs vs '.-.e ^i* ..-.te:eri ^ fj**. -.^-^^ f-^,, societies. I•'*.•--.rr do flwy .-.e.p fee three Ler.ir.grgd Jews i-'.'..-.-.v.-../ :.:'..-;:.' •-, v.^; — crhe cr.e sez•^..'.e': •', .2 veer.prjscn. Purposeful or • .• v.ey ir.cerv^ore fee terror feci _L fee Soviet r J op.o The Hewer* Prejudice Tr.e A.'.*. L';f'.-—'-•.',.-. Leogue report on biOM ..-. New Yo.'/c :/;:.£* JB O disquiating coa am or^y ser/rs to c.-.-'-.vir'-j-e v.-.-.v .-.ca bam known -.-.. along Many honlrin g fei'itut.o-.-. throngboal Ihs land no laaj ban irurjror.'.e ccrr.por.les or.-: Cr.'r: ':.:/::.•.: rr.'. r..-.or.'..'j. er-'erpr^fri walooBM lawiah business but ..-.-.-. /^/ {awisfa fiifinnnal laa ADL's facts and figures are incontrovert-ble. They set a spotlight en a new area of Anoarican discriminator/ practice — the "ere', jt.ve suite" and its environs. This does not mean to say that civil Uberlarian organizations like the League feel they have finally end completely conquered antiSemitism in other areas of the nation's life — in common echelons of employment, in hotel accommodations, and in housing. But it does indicate a shifting trend in Jewish concern with "social" dis bombs" Iroci Wes t Germany, a may well -serve to unsetde farther tbe tenxxxst ftGddse East peace. According to Israeli reports ttris weekBonn has sospended fee West German sciencst who gave Nasser the terhnVrrri iniormatjon necessary to produce fee bombs. The scentist is Prof. Eogen Saenger, bead of Ibe Je Propulsion Pesearcn Inst.ruxe at StuSgart. He is crr.-.ng cne c: many Nczi technicians who helped deve^p fee V-2 under Hiier. The V-2 is or. o.trr.oded World War H weapon — doxz-feg olfeough quesoonofely etfect;ve ..-. ;ts fene. '.: LS clmosr pcfeer-oclly "/P-ca. of N'asser 'r.z: '.-.Ls is fee kind ot ordnance to which .-.e aspires. Neverfeeless, -orsena-i of r^".-. o ;r7-oombs can ecs.iy cbaDange -o.-.-ec lz:ze.. ~ii.-u.-y suoeriorrtv ..-. .-.% *.-'..zz.h East. .'• _s Iscoe.'s s-uper.or.ry feat i-.cs spelled 0M r.li e ::^:.zh between wai ur.d pec:e ",3 03 &ocr. us Nasser bei.eves he r.-zs neurro.ized it. than will ne war; for Nasser has repeatedly pledged himself to Israel's destruction. wi Had M particularly sad that West Gerrr.ar.y, ever, if madvenenuy. might prove fee cause that upsets the hcior.ee. Our sadness lies in the apparent pages of Nazi history. The Bleak Middle East The fate of the Algerian Jewish community symbolizes more cogently than ever the precarious situation in which Jews of the North African and Middle Eastern nations find themselves today. The k illing of the Algerian Jewish leaders is only partially explained by today's ferment there against Europeans — and particularly against the French. For many are the Algerian Jews who do not consider themselves Europeans, and not ell the Jews of Algeria identify with GenCharles de Gaulle. Nevertheless, it seems dsHcaJi to imagine the continuation of a secure Jewish community in Algeria once the French hare departed. Neither does it appear that France can delay this departure very much longer. A recent address by Prot William Haber. president of ORT. predicting an ever-increasing Algerian Jewish exodus, portends a rather ominous but sadly realistic trend. Together with the announcement the other day that Lebanon is preparing the way to ask the Jewish community there to leave, the future looks bleak for that area of the world. daring tbe wed ... III IB it fcf ICO HINDU* i~-*r *** %  ?' *^" v*? *.! ~nana i %  ^*ip ^ sseac inx %  th K / : J"' V;' ^ a> u eesusea w b %  -. -; %  + %  %  i sMcr. W ax-rri snassai ir*al uri -Yaa at • i. -.; % %  %  -. r : i. :--_ %  .*• 7*'* '-•HWSfcftA ; --*.f "* t %  44 DntJ •-. _.:^:i^ — k—.-r :-:_• ::r jf Li I --: %  i-: --r.. %  --*::•: %  :-.'-rr-jr for i-e-r.-i i'.'.cal hank sjcteij*-; sgi rL fcrc Ls tx* -.—•—. arensetuo^-cai ru•ttrnrr fu I T A>HJ ViO AMUSCD ME aooertaraj tscak Mtcci> u 6a lecruri — and s naanaBsaaj kenrtr rt -= — bat of cosri* thtt wt vc. If I may beeesae Mt Ar xV** a be.-. -,;tt •* cromaTT iOtri. the T>BtTSj • rirefBtf tr. r< f tft fft u rf uo*~;f*i -it *hi- frc-2 deax. JUtber. s%Ci ar* si IIKIIII x^ •? Ide — trf tb* rvn of a g3cn Mebrev asft t; >jrtkg £Wb ee OW banes f cor btstar?. by Kasuag rcai tee .Vat ~ythof, be ti nMBnaaa nl tt a TevrrsfJeaRjoc of >e*05*. raioe* H* Ei< iadd. t.*et Kjbstaikre tr tbe btUti Ost ^jere a rerta2K> =*i^^sful if CTMS* purpo^ %  iewtafe in is— %  br rtss — I eockr-oet bekp ,ti '* t '"n Moocav f ytf^^z. Y&dic's azr^aeok^cal coetr^Mrbacj jc$tn> tb* peOers cf Hrt--r.jjoo; by uBbect;c*af tbe past. rt>ey \eai whrinc*. teofae Euiiai: feawa, And tbe DOR Tcxarkabae tbmaj about if ail is. indeed, tbe doable jesdficaiion. Ft* lrseL beneaf ike ressscestec cf tbe ancient iaaaah boaeiuio. 5>icbcuz*-? tbe_=>oR ae-niszsrtni: mififrr.est of the f n ajaaa a words spokes a: artio/jy Did net Ges Tsdn have a ftt-^s* fiffaer'^ haad in this rebir*"' Tbws. ee tbe battiefield. BC >ess Thar a his BBSfe at > Hebrew UnrreriT??. and x h ehefir.g is tbe earth aad . And r. Gci ;re > e-K cottnbotxt! to costersporary cnder<2aDdu:g thi* the de=ur.v was, .fact, ia-rcbed thousand* of Tear? ir: :'__ p a W raf wai-arrcTa£r 6too %  AM SORY -adai Mata fliiwij baa >%  I censorship al Benrj ". er s Tropic of Career Ever since :'• -ii arriaaa MMMJ :rncrjr.t siiac:c_; .Krr.er.car.s bare : this vohnac .-•-. •** %  r _Eiry on their return Area I an) %  St ba pap-er-back I Tropic of Capr:cvrr Bat the off erst t: i;;erature that :s •The Tropic cf Cat • %  •• aliened prur.erce More to the peiM floai Tne Tropic cf Career" :f in the Haal ar.i ;..-..is eessfisl Aork of ar.. a. : ._•. .: undeniab;> eaatams nanj rlttaj I can I of a more devar opes To speak of it :n any other terms .-<._-aaaaaonea thai it is indecent, begs the point. Moreover ad psyche of the Lttie-mmded people who. in their pn %  an :ts sexual elemer.ts make such charges I am t:rd of the increasing growth of we"-iE;ent:cr<:: ber.* en governing our moral outlook — whether ir. tbeil BBOI ring of literature or J>e communist threat. iMore on th.? Beat seek AM • ho constitute these groups qualified to fulfin their aeM appoiBtec re^pons!bllitIe>' In most cases. I suggest that they mere.;reflect the haste of their purpose and the ignorance of their mU hal basis, for example, does some iegal hack set himself up as •> jati busting adjunct of tbe FBI. with the public right to call people to account for their identifications or affiliations" So far as the Henry Miller censorship is concerned, does ir State Attorney, who has earned the respect of Dade county for his intelligent and dedicated conduct is office, now set himself up as a literary critic? &f *> &f rac tfaar TO MAK aa aaa a a sf TMI STATE ATTORNEY may, in return, argue that one need not %  be knowledgeable in literature to recognize prurient intent. But no less a legal mind than U.S. District Judge John M. Woolsey arguea that -. the intent with which (a) book was written rou>t be determined ..." In bis now famous ruling in the case > nv '' lvi '\ g ••Ulysses," by James Joyce, on Dec. 6. 1833, Judge Woolsey < Jec, e r: ". I do not detect anywhere the leer of the sensualist. I hold therefore that it is not pornographic." But more to the point. Judge Woolsey adds: "I checked my impressions (with) men whose opinion on literature and on u.e I value most highly." Has the State Attorney also checked with experts who, for example, in addition know "Smile at the Foot ol tne Ladder." •Remember to Remember," and "Cosmological hye. among other Miller books? Or does he simply rely on an endocrine impulse? "Ulysses" is widely acknowledged today as one of the three or four great works erf literary art in tbe twentieth century. Henry Miller's "Tropic" will never claim anything of the kind. But Continued on Pee 10-A



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\ ,r. 1l/< oman s WoM by ISABEL GROVE "(OTewisli Floridian Parties galore for Eleanor A. Rubin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Rubin, future bride of A. Jay Cristol. son of Mr. and Mrs. Cristol ... It rained on Sunday. Oct. 15. for the shower uiven by Lillian (Mrs. Norman) Babel, but not enough to keep the guests away Miniature kitchen utensils decorating the home throughout, set the theme for the day. although it was difficult to visualize Eleanor, radiant in a morning glory pink sheath il imported lace, doing anything as mundane a* scrambling eggs. for instance Guests included the bride's mother, the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Sue Leiter. Mrs. Harold Thurman (Eleanor's aunt). Dcbby Thurman, who will be maid of honor for her cousin. Phylisi Kaplan, Ellie Schoenberger. Mrs. Dorlene Shane. Mrs. Linda Werner, Mrs. Albert Weintraub and Mrs. Linda Fteisher Champagne supper in honor cf the soon-to-be-married couple given by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weintraub on Saturday. Oct. 21 I 'harming gesture was presentation of a corsage of roses to each and a carnation for every gentleman's lapel Eleanor \ely in a black silk with illusion tcp and long sleeves Was ,n Iding hands with Jay during the showing of a film clip of him fighting bulis a Mexico taken by the host Poolside luncheon a week later at the home of Eleanor (Mrs. Milford) Greenberg. with co-hostesses Mrs. David Pollack and Mrs. Bossie (Helen) Reiger Bride-elect chose a demure flowered silk with matching shoes Afternoon occupied with bridge and cunasta Still to come is a shower on Tuesday planned by Mrs. Jean C. Lehman and Mrs. Sidney Lewis And the rehearsal dinner, hosted by Mr. aod Mrs. Harold Thurman, Eleanor's aunt and uncle, Saturday. Nov. 18, the night before the wedding. ••* Sandra Harriet Shapiro will become a bride in June Her parents, the Sam Shapiros, of 4325 Adams ave., announced her engagement recently to Maurice Friedland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Friedland. of Coral Gables ... A graduate of Miami Beach High, Sandy will also have her degree from the University Ol Miami by June Champion golfer. Sandy wot: the international title in Jamaica playing for her school, and holds the club champhip at B i Maurice got his early education in Chill then at the University of Miami He's a CPA now with R< nek and Landis, of Miami. • G rge and Helen Cheren. 927 Hardee rd., Coral Gables, returned last week from a golfer's dream holiday Spent three weeks playing on championship courses while relishing the cool. ci isp autumn air, and the beauty cf leaves turning red and gold ... First -tip V'IHendersonville Country Club, followed by Pine NeedlesLOdg y Club, both in N.C. Then it was the Dune t iuntrj Club in Myrtle Beach, S.C.. and finally Sea Island Country I ib in Georg I The Cherens belong to the Palmetto and Miami Country Clubs here, and Helen is a member of the North Dade Women's Goli Assn. Guess they like golf Anther vacation with unique overtones just completed by Peggy and Mac Mermell, and their three offspring, David. Steve and Debbie Mac bought and piloted his own plane all the way to California and jack Flying four hours and sightseeing the rest of the da.,, they covered lots and lots of territory For details, see a soon-.o-bC-released feature story of the trip written for a magazine Ind-^tructtble vacationers. Abe and Jean Eisenberg. back from their 28th trip to Hot Springs. Ark., and a 31-day Mediterranean cruise Abe is the Riverside Memorial senior executive Jean's activities center around the National Children's Cardiac Home and Variety Children's Hospital. • %  Many of ft guests who attended the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brocks 50 years ago in Scranton, Pa., will also be here to share their golden anniversary with them later this month ... On Thursday, Nov. 24. an Oneg Shabbat in their honor will be held at the Southwest Jewish Center, and on Sunday, Nov. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad AJiain, daughter and son-in-law. will host a reception in their home Brooks, a founder of the Southwest Jewish Center, was its first religious chairman, and has always taken an active part in all Holy Day services there They've lived in Miami since 1952 Built-in entertainment unit in the home of "Mr. and Mrs. Aron Farber on Sunday turned out to be their guests Since all are well-known performers, the singing and dancing, singly and in groups, had a professional sheen Only non-participants were I e host and Surfside Councilman. Louis Hoberman. president of the Surfside Music Society But they were an enthusiastic audience for pianists Aida Yaslo. Esther Barrett, teacher and accompanist. Eslelle Hoberman. who is also a dancer, and singers Rose and Alex Dellerson, and hostess Joyce Farber, coloratura. •* -* Although he's in his new home only a week. Rabbi Harold Kichter, spiritualle ader of Dade Heights Jewish Congregation, has invited his many friends and members of the congregation to a housewarming on Sunday from 2 to 6 ... His stationery will henceforth read, 1320 NW 183rd st Judge Milton A. Friedman, Grand Lodge president, B'nai B'rith District 5. attending the international board of governors meeting this weekend at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York In the interests of higher learning, Mrs. Molly Misheloff and son Michael, an honor graduate of Miami Senior High, have deserted the golden State of Florida for what is sometimes referred to as the equally golden State of California Michael is now a freshman at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena They're joining Dr. and Mrs. Jack Wainschel, Mrs. M's daughter and son-in-law New address is 5301 Lexington ave., Hollywood, Calif. % • %  No doubt about the Ralph (Gladys) Kaplans and Herman (Fae) Rubins enjoying their trip Gladys writes from San Juan that they've been dining, dancing and sightseeing Loved Rio de Janeiro and were poised for island hopping through the Virgin Isles, Haiti and Jamaica Good news for the many friends of Larry Flaum. of Pansy's flowers ... He is so far recovered from his recent illness that 1 he is permitted visitors. Miami, Florida, Friday, November 10, 1961 Section B Beth David Sisterhood will go "Leafing through the Pages" at its monthly meeting Wednesday, 11:30 a.m., at Spector Hall, 2525 SW 3rd ave. Here, a panel of Greater Miami literary experts discuss their part in the Sisterhood program, which will put the spotlight on Jewish Book Month. Seated (from left) are Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Dr. Donald Michelson, director of Hillel House at the University of Miami: Mrs. Leo (Hilcrv) Mindlin book editor of The Jewish Floridian; and Harry Simonhoff, noted Miami author and attorney. Standing (from left) are Mrs. Max Jacobson, Sisterhood president; Mrs. Edward Goldberg, chairman of the program; and Mrs. Louis Schwartzman, vice chairman. Lighting one of 13 candles to commemorate the 13 years of Israel's statehood is Mrs. Jack A. Cantor, wife of the chairman of the board of governors of the Israel Bond organization, as Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro looks on. The ceremony was one of the highlights of the recent Israel Bar Mitzvah dinner held under the auspices of the Women's Division of the Israel Bond organization. Mrs. Cantor is the first woman Golden Trustee in the Central States. These include purchasers ol $50,000 in Israel Bonds, or more. Southgate Group Presents Film Beth David Panel Marks Book Month Who is the most famous Jewish character in American fiction? What part does the Jew play in American novels? These and many other questions will be discussed by a panel of Greater Miami literary expert3 Wednesday at Beth David Sisterhood's monthly meeting at Spector Hall. "Leafing Through the Pages" is the theme of the Sisterhood's 11:30 petite brunch program arranged by Mrs. Edward Goldberg, chairman of the day, with Mrs. Louis Schwartzman and Mrs. Robert Gold, vice chairmen. The program is in conjunction with Jewish Book Month, in progress through Dec. 3. Moderator of the panel Is Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. Panelists are Mrs Leo (Hilary) Mindlin. book editor of The Jewish Floridian; Dr. Donald Michelson. director of Hillel House at the University of Miami; and Harry Simonhoff. noted Miami author and attorney. Other phases of the panel discussion will include the interpretation of the Jew by the non-Jewish author and adjustment of Jewish fictional personages to the American environment. There also will be a book exhibit featuring literary works of local Jewish authors. Southgate group of Hadassah was to hold its regular meeting in the Recreation room of Southgate Towers on Thursday evening, Nov. 9. Guest speaker was to be Dr. Richard M. Fleming, member of the board of directors of the American Cancer Society of Dade County. The film, "Time and Two Women," was to be shown. Mario Pellegrini, educational director ef American Cancer Society, and Mrs. Dorothy Serotta, divisional chairman for Miami Beach area, were to participate in the program. ORT Ball Due Here Saturday ORT's "Mellah Mother Ball" will take place Saturday night in the Grand ballroom of the Everglades hotel. Members and friends of the Southeastern region of Women's American ORT will join in an evening of dinine. dancing and entertainment. The Mellah Mother of the Year will be presented with a bronze plaque. There will also be a color television set awarded. Proceeds will go toward the Guardianship Project which cares for children taken from the ghettos and Mellahs and entered into ORT schools. Mrs. Willard Wohlegemuth is chairman.



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Friday. November 10. 1961 fJewisti n&ridian Page 9-B Rabbi Zucker In Book Review Rabbi Max Zucker will review 'This is My God," by Herman Wouk, for Temple A.iath Yeshurun Sisterhood, 1025 NE Miami Gardens dr., on Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. A complete display ol Chanuka items will be oflered by the gift shop. Sisterhood is planning a cabaret night on Saturday. Dec. 9. L ITTLE girls' dresses always sound adorable, but what i.bout the boys? It seems that Ue boys' clothes are now be( ming quite fashionable, as well. Buyers for boys' departments and speciality shop owners all agree that the biggest thing in 1:.shion is the new trend in color. The drab and subdued tones are j thing of the past. They have been replaced with vivid, shock colors — tangerine, orange shertert, turquoise and lemon yelj ow — in both solids and plaids. According to H a r 11 c y s, this trend continues right straight into the men's department. One notable example is t h e poncho shirt. It resembles the villaper style in that it is a pullover; only gone is the discreet print for a fuchsia color on a shirt that is worn outside the pants and has a deep, bold V point at the bottom cf the shirt on both front and back. The fashion news is mostly in shirts, with the banlon and acriUn leading all sales. These shirts look good — and are extremely t asy to care for. They may be put into a washer, a dryer, and are then ready to wear. Another factor in the acrilan shirts is that they are so inexpensive. The "New Look" for boys' and men's fashions is the "Americana Look." This consists of using the red, white, and blue combination. In the banlon shirts, they are coming through in rod, white and blue stripes. This "New Look'' is seen in dress jackets, in blazers of red, white and blue, and even in the sportswear ensembles featuring the red jacket, white shirt, and royal blue pants. Size breakdowns arc Irom 3 through 7. Juniors; and from 8 through 20. Cadets, > CUITS are stable, with the ** dacron and cotton combinations being the most popular. A few young men prefer a silk suit, but none go for the double breast ed look. The Continental line is what they wear. Both suits and >ports jackets feature this cut — the tapered jacket, tapered pants l nd narrow lapels. For everyday wear, the young nun >till wear jeans — hut with the double knee. Of course they top these with exciting colored shirts Even the cotton knits are bright, and with varying necklines They run the gamut from the classic crew and button-down. to a masculine version of the bateau. Sweaters are exciting also — big and bulky — and again the > \ Id colors. One of the most wellreceived is the interwoven design patterned after the classic Norwegian print. Bright colored I holiday sweaters are arriving ; daily lor both the girls and boys. Hartley's boys' department has the duplicate of the men's Italian classic knit sweater shirts. They i are imported lrom Italy, and are' the pullover style, with a collar and two buttons. They have the i lull-fashioned sleeve, come in all t h e brilliant colors imaginable, and are best of all inexpensive. There are still a lew young men who request the ivy-styled clothes, I but they are becoming fewer and further between. The extreme trend from the subdued colors to! these shock colors may give cause for much speculation in many areas. • T HE Continental look in pants is still dominant, with the' high-rise waist. Even boys' pants' are subject to change. According to those who should know, there is talk in the market of making tight fitting stretch pants forj boys, sim'lar to those worn by girls and women. Proposed fabric would be a combination of denim and latex reminiscent of dungarees. In the meanwhile, there is a definite trend toward the slim look. Perhaps the emphasis placed on physical fitness is responsible, but our young men like tight-fit-' ting pants that are quite tapered. If these new trends in boys' wear are continuing into the men's field, perhaps at one of the big social events of the season, your columnist will be reporting on what the "Mr." is wearing instead of the "Mrs." It will certainly be interesting to see the development of this potential metamorphosis in boys' and men's lashions. Alice Wainwright Runs for CounciP A stepped-up program to attract new business and new. clean industry to Miami is one of the goals of Alice Wainwright, the only women i running for Miami City Commission. "More business and industry will' mean more and better paying jobs In line with the pay in northern, areas," the Miami attorney and civic leader stated. Her plans for Miam; include support of a program for revitalizing' the Miami downtown business dis-! trict, as well as the other areas of; the city which need help. "She is not tied to any special interest, coalition or slate," support-! ers of the candidate declare. Long | a worker on behalf of international good will and understanding, she served for eight years as vice president of the Pan American League. Mrs. Wainwright has practiced law in the City of Miami for 11 years. During World War II, she worked as a propeller mechanic with Pan American World Airways. She now is a president, director or leader in fourteen community organizations, including the Coconut Grove Chamber of Commerce, Dade County YWCA, City of Miami Beautification Committee, Girl Scout Council of Dade County, Fairchild Tropical Garden, and is counsel for the Coconut Grove slum clearance committee. Chatting about the forthcoming Pan-American Friends of Israel Good-Will Tour are (from left) Miami civic and business leader Sidney Ansin, Mrs. Wolf R. Lazarus, Mrs. Ansin and Wolf R. Lazarus, Western Hemisphere president of Israel Zim Lines. In the background is a precision built model of the SS Jerusalem aboard which the tour will take place from Nov. 19 to Dec. 5. Holiday Cruise Revealed Here Four days for the same price as three days are on the agenda for the Thanksgiving week cruise, according to an announcement from Eastern Steamship Corporation, general agents. The cruise will leave Pier 3. IDDot returning to Miami until Friday, Nov. 24, 9 a.m. All the fixings will be aboard for Thanksgiving Day in Nassau, the Bahamas. Minimum rate for the three days is $54. with the added bonus of a ami. on Monday, Nov. 20, 5 p.m.,' holiday with all the trimmings. CARIB MIAMI MIRACLE 1163 St W LMCOU, iOAO 11 141 I fLAGill ST MBAftl MU MIAMI It ACM M DOWNTOWN |j COAl GAJUS Open 12:45 rj Open 10:43 \\ Open 11:45 BB Women Plan Beach Weekend B'nai B'rith Women of Miami are offering a Thanksgiving Day weekend at the Deauville hotel, starting on Thursday, Nov. 23, or Friday, Nov. 24. Check-out time will be Sunday after the cocktail party, and included ?re free lounges and mats and food. In charge of reservations are .Mrs. Leon Andress. Mrs. Louis August, and Mrs. Jack Feld. Proceeds for Blood Bank Senior Citizen Assn. is having a card party Saturday, Dec. 2. at Workmen's Circle Hall. 25 Washington ave.. at 7 p.m. Lou Applebaum. chairman of the Blood Bank, announced that proceeds are for the bank. Nominating Unit Listed on Beach Miami Beach Taxpayers' Assn. has announced its nominating committee for selection of officers and directors for 1962. President Robert A. Peterson listed the following members: David G. Berry, Radford Crane, Mrs. Howard P. Cummings, Harry Erlanger, William Fair, Sam A. Goldstein, Paul L. Hexter, Jacob C. Lefkowitz, Arnold Levien, Mrs. Richard Merrill, Godfrey Pere'l, Milton Sirkin. and Mrs, John B. Wofford. Chairman will be Mr. Erlanger. 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Scldier Scientist Conquers Miami
Yigael Yadin, professor of archaeology at the Hebrew
r-rsity of Jerusalem, visits Israel Mouse, national hecd-
ters of the American Friends of the Hebrew University,
(left '.c right) Miss Bcrbara Schwartz, New York City
irman of the Junior Committee, Women's Division; Mrs.
ham F. Wechsler, New York state president of the Wom-
en s Division and Miami Deach winter visitor; and Michael
isselson, executive vice president of the American Friends.
Gen. Yadin addressed an audience of pome 1,000 persons at
Miami Beach High School Auditorium Monday.
Hassidic Group Wins Right
To Run Own Community
NEW SQUARE. NY. (JTA)
Lfter a prolonged court battle, the
lassidlc community here, honor-
it the Skvirer Rebbe, will be-
,me officially an incorporated
illage this week, to be known
Drmally as the Village of New
Jcjuare. The incorporation papers
lere expected to be processed by
ie Secretary of State at Albany
fuesday or Wednesday. Then New
niare will be officially a village.
Ind elections will be held for may-
rr and other village officials.
The village was founded in
'954 by 530 followers of Rabbi
Jacob Joseph Twersky, who was
lorn in Skvir, a town near Kiev
n the Ukraine. The name New
Square is a variation of the name
c; that Ukrainian town. The
o-thodox residents, who built 69
c-s-faml!y homes on the 130-
acre tract near Spring Valley,
K.V., voted unanimously last
August to incorporate. They
'led tre incorporation papers
with Ramapo Township, of
which the area is a part.
r When the Ramapo Township
I Board of Supervisors failed to send
j he incorporation papers on to the
| state capital at Albany, the follow-
ers of the Skvirer Rebbe petitioned
.he State Supreme Court, request-
ing that Ramapo be forced to act
m the incorporation. Last July.
Supreme Court Justice John P.
Donohue ruled in favor of the
Skvirer. Ramapo threatened to
appeal the judge's ruling. This
I week, Town Supervisor Edwin E.
Wallace announced: "The incor-
poration papers were sent to Al-
bany on Friday." Ramapo* had sur-
rendered.
New Square plans to enact an
ordinance closing all streets to all
out emergency traffic every Sab-
bath, from sundown Friday to
nightfall Saturday. Other ultra-
Orihodox practices will become
local law in New Square. At pres
ent, television is forbidden al-
though nearly every home has a
radio. Women may net wear
slack* in public.
Veni, Vidi, Vici.
Gen. Yigael Yadin came to Mi-
ami, saw the community's leaders
in the fields of religion, education.
business and government, and con
quered the hearts of all with whom
he came in contact.
The 44 year-old professor of
archaeology at the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem demonstrated
time and agi in during a two-day
stay this week why he- is a I
legend of Israel,
The form < ..... d '::
of the army, navy and air force
of isi ael n
finds from the twi e: litio
to the Ju
and whi< h di
; rib a
The first ai i s.'o"'J cvntu i
documents were dscri..ed by
c-c->. Yadin "bs ma most impor-
tant discovery o' the period n?xt
to ths Deao i'ea Sere "." He
said there are 6-1 items n the
collection laraest collection
found in the Holy Land so far
and that they deal with yea-s 88
to 135 C.E.
.Most of the items are dated.
Gen. Yadin told a virtual-capacity
throng of 1.022 persons Monday
night at a Miami Beach lecture co-
. sponsored by The Jewish Floridian
and the South Florida Division of
the American Friends of the He-
brew University.
"They therefore provide a firm
basis for evaluating the Dead Sea
Scrolls on paleographic grounds.
The documents give the latest pos-
jsible dating for the scrolls the
first century."
Prior to the discovery of the Bar
i Kochba letters in a cave in the
I Dead Sea vicinity, the dates and
! contents of the historic scrolls had
J been widely disputed.
Earlier Monday, Gen. Yadin met
with 38 rabbis at a special meet-
! ing of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
ical Assn. at Beth David Congre-
! gation.
The program was arranged by
Rabbis Norman Shapiro and Her-
ibert Baumgard. program co-chair-
men for the association, and I ;>
Rabbi Mayer Abramowrtz. liaison
between the American Friends
: the ioca! rabbinate.
Fielding questions from the
floor. Gen. Yariln demonstrated
an amazing knowloJge of the
Talr.iud, Mishnah aid Gemorah,
as He shifted back and forth
from English to Hebrew to Ara-
maic, in dealing wriftl involved
quesHc^s on tha Eible an.' its
cenme-.^ar'es which have pvz-
ila-d rabbii far centuries.
ndon
. on N 21 ....',.
I
lican I rite a tw<
be B
-. t< r which publication in
the United Stat i lsra< I and
:. ; already has been a
'-.'. .. i was fet 1 Su
. ie homi ack 1 \ Gor-
den. president of the South Florida
Divisi of the American Friends
Michael M. Nisselspn, executive
vice president of the Friends, also
spoke at the dinner, where the
amount raised for the S500.00C
Solar Energy Research Center of
I the Hebrew University passed th(
one-fourth mark.
Gen. Yadin held numerous pri
vate interviews with such local
leaders as Maurice Revitz. Louis
Kudnick. Max Weitz, Jack Popick,
I and Jacob Rifkin as he outlined
plans for Hebrew University's con-
; tinued world-leading role in archae-
lology.
Gen. Yadin said during his lec-
ture that the discovery of the let-
ters, which is outlined in detail in
.the concluding article of a four-
week series in The Jewish Flor-
jidian on Page 7-A, "definitely es-
tablished that Bar Kochba. whose
name properly was pronounced
'Bar Kociba.' not only existed but
! was indeed the last president of
reestablished in 1948 more tfthan
' 1,300 years after his lifetime.*"
Bar Kochba was praised as an
outstanding military leader by
Gen. Yadin, who said his rnil-
i'ary orders "seemed more in
the *ty!e of Geo. GeorgJ flat-
ten than a Gen. Dwiglit Eisen-
bower."
He added that Bar Kochba had
1 nd command set-up and that
,e won] I have delighted present
nier I' Id Ben-Giairion
beet tse he ordered all off Icial
ments and orders prepare d in
Hebrew, although Aramaic, (' reek
ther languages were by then
ancient Israel.
Gen. Yadin lefl for Now ^'ork
hind him
ne lefl i trail of favorable im-
sions
But most of a'l. he showed why
he is considered one of Isr ad's
best .- i aki rs, h< r greatest milatary
hero, and foremost archaeologist.
Israel before the Jewish state was
Riverside Opens Memorial Chapel
i
Back from Italy, Victor and
Ann Bidone are getting ready
for the fifth season opening
cf their De Continental res-
taurant on Bay Harbor Island
ct 1045 95th St., where dining
out under the stars is fea-
tured. Raymonde, chef, and
Paul, maitre d', will be at the
door to greet guests. Open-
ing day is Nov. 22, day be-
fore Thanksgiving.
Dade Heights
Plans Activities
Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
tion is starting two adult educa-
tion groups, to meet every Wednes-
day evening.
Beginning Nov. 1, the first group
will meet at 8 p.m., lor Hebrew
reading conducted by Dan Medvin,
At 9 p.m.. the second group, led by
Rabbi Harold Richter. will discuss
"Judaism and Psychiatry."
On Thursday evenings, Nov. 2,
9, 16 and 30, a "Personal Survival
Course" will be held at Dade
Heights Jewish Congregation un-
der the supervision of bad*
County Civil Defense. Course is
free and open to everyone.
A Young Judaea group for boys
and girls between the apes of 9 and
11 is being formed at Dade Heights,
to meet Thursday evenings from
7:15 to 8:30 p.m.. each week. Mrs.
M. Weinstein is in charge.
And for the "Young at Heart,"
a golden age group for those over
50 is being initiated.
Don Hershey is in charge of the
sale of candy which will be distri-
buted to those who wish to partici-
pate in the program on Sunday at
9 a.m.
A new half-million dollar chapel
at 1920 Alton rd. has Just been j
completed by Riverside .Memorial
Chapels.
Abe Eisenberg, who started the
chain here in 1938 and is as active
as ever with the organization, said
the older Riverside Memorial la-'
cility at 1236 Washington ave. baa
!.(( n replaced by the new chapel,
Riverside is a national organi-
zation, founded in New York in
18V8, where 11 branches are lo-
cated. Greater Miami branches
are at SW 37th ave. and 17th st.;
Normandy Isle; and the newest
on Alton rd.
. Other top Riverside executives
here include Larrie Blasberg and
; Leonard Zilbert.
Some of the unusual features of
; the new chapel are lavish use ol
imported red and Venetian gold
ile. Italian travertine marble floor-
ing, high celestrial ceilings, and
Roman columns and arches.
Interior designer Roz Mark has
decorated the family room and re-
posing rooms in monochromatic
jolors of Venetian reds, saoohire
blues and vibrant greens, with ac-
cents of gold and white.
Classical motifs throughout are
di picted by use of custom murals,
ecorative doors and accessories.
Beautifully-lands-aped inside and
out. a cascading water fountain is
located Just inside the entrance
of the Chapel foyer.
The overall design of the build-
ing fits into the Miami Beach
modern motif perfectly, accord-
ing to the decorator.
Builder was Arkin Construction
Company, and Edwin C. Bliss was
tural engineer. Landscaping
is by Art's, and building designer
was Glasser and Associates.
Democrats Hear Speakers
Justice of the Peace Jasoan M.
Berkman and Florida Secrcta xy of
Agriculture Carey Matthews were
, guest speakers at a meeting of Ihe
, Democratic Club of Miami BKeach
! or. Wednesday, Nov. l. at thme Di
Lido hotel. Wally Cluck is parcsi-
|dentk and Harry Levy, executive
! member.
Elect
WILLIAM J.
"BILL"
OWENS
MIAMI CITY
COMMISSIONER
(GROUP 5)
Proceeds for Religious School
On Saturday evening. Sisterhood
j of Temple Beth Shirah will spon-
I sor its first annual Harvest Ball in
: iuniland Hall, with live orchestra
and refreshments. Monies raised
; viil go to the Sisterhood religious
I school fund.
It's Performance Not Promises That Count!
ELECT
Murray 1.
KLEIN
FOR
MIAMI CITY
COMMISSIONER
GROUP 5 .IV|K b^uivOMY"
Presently Serving As City Commission Appointee to Stadium
Advisory Board for Orange Bowl, Has Consistently Voted
for Lower Consumer Prices and Increased Patron Facilities.
+1 NATIVE FLORIDIAN +t DECORATED VETERAN
-* ATTORNEY -* BUSINESSMAN
Murray Z. Klein is a man who has the knowhow and
experience to stop the waste of your tax dollar.
PULL LEVER 24--A on Nov. 21
for economy in government.
WM. J. (BILL) OWEMS
'The Man with a ?\mn
For a Better Miami/"*'
MIAMI RESIDENT 42 YEARS TAX
PAfER FATHER OF 7 CHILDRE N
MEMBER OF AUAPATTAH BABPTIST
CHURCH GRADUATE MIAMI IIIGH
- WAR VETERAN PRES., CZ3ADE
COUNTY FEDERATION OF IABO R -
TRUSTEE. UNITED FUND CO-CrIAIR-
MAN. WELFARE PLANNING C0U* NCIL
- MEMBER CITY LABOR ADVISORY
BOARD, STATE APPRENTICESHIP
COUNCIL AND MANY CIVIC GROUPS.
Campaign Headquarters^
2936 NW 17th AVE.
Phone: NEwton 3-953S
(If you wish a copy of Mt. Ow-^em'
complete Plan, Coll above num ber.)
LEVER 25-A
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Page 12-B +Jewisii Ficrldton Friday, November 10, 1961 As a gift to suu^ribers. The Jewish Florid:an will present free for the ask.ng a corsage to eacn 'no'her of a 3ar or Bas M rzvah. Requests should be add'essed tc "Corsage for You,'' P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, F;a one rr.or.rn m aa.ar..e Include the name of the Bar o* 8s VJZ/3", da*e and piace of tr4| cere""any, home address and "e er^one nu~~be r The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of B'ac*.stone Flower Shops in time for the occasion. Stephen Beilimon Jeffrey Ocvidson William Segal Harry Cohn f Mr and MrJ me Bar .Mitzvah a; < ongregatioa Yehudah Moshe on ming, Noi II Rafobi einme'z will officiate 'Iht week was appointed student supervisor of the Mesi High School of Greater Miami. 1U40 Michigan a. Miami Beach. A student at Northwestern University, majoring in education psychology, Rabbi Simon is a graduate of Telshe Ycshiva. in Cleveland, where p w as dormitory supervisor for two years At the Mesivta, Rabbi Simon will supervise student dormitory activities and study program. According to Rabbi Alexander S Gross, principal, the Mesivta ithe only senior high school in the Southeastern region of tne Unite;! States. It offers a Hebrew and general studies program, awell as dormitory facilities, with more than IS students now residing at the school. Rabbi Simon is married to the former Sore! Robinson daughter of Mr anil MrJoe Robinson, religious and communal leaders of Chicago. 111. Miamians Will Attend Confab A group of Greater Miami w Federation leaders will be or. a l in Dallas next Thursday. Nov. | for the 30th annual general a>senfc ly of the Council of Jewish Fede* tions and Welfare Funds. TrTey include Mr. and Mr.. Stjj. ley C. Myers. Mr and MrMa roll Thurman. Sam J. Heiman, Artlnj Rosichan. and Sam Cohen. Myers was founding pre Federation. Thurman : dent. Heiman is immediate past president. Rosichan is ei director of Federation is assistant executive Abraham A. R;: of Heal'h. Educa': : will addri-the "America's Welfare Sew Ideas." The former Governor o Con necticut is expected to bring to the group an analysis of the Kennedy Administration s bas'c program for the continuirq advancement of the health w 'are and education of the American peop's and the measures required to assure that advartcemenSecretary Ribicoff s a climax the annual aaseml i 'I is year will br | representatives from United Stages and Major questions on involve the future d [or Jewish health, welfare ;md culture services. the ate and long range overs and objectives of America and the mobilization ot 1 < a! tolerations and welfare funds the imminent 1962 fund-raising campaigns. ridcrj Heinz Makes Film Available By Special Report More than 400 organizations have shown the Israeli full-colcr film. "Holidays in Israel." since it was first introduced in January. 1961. The film has won wide praise in 28 states. Canada and the Canal Zone. There are showings booked well into 1962. "Holidays in Israel"' portrays in vivid color and original music the observance of Passover and Sha vunt in the cities and settlements of Israel Any organization may book the film. "Holidays in Israel." at no cost, except return postage after the showing. Inquiries should be addressed to Film Dept., H. J. Heinz Co., P.O. Box 57. Pittsburgh M. Pa. Clark Rally Scheduled Here A rally for friends and supporters of Steve Clark, chairman of the Miami Planning and Zoning Board, and candidate for the City Commisslon vacancy in Group 5. was slated for Thursday evening at the downtown Miami Elks Lodge at 501 Brickell ave. Sig Eisenberg. Miami businessman and civic leader, was to serve as master of ceremonies for the affair starting at 8:30 p.m. Entertainment and refreshments were also scheduled for the pro gram. Book Review Series Opens Sisterhood of TempiS i-sponsoring a book revi n -y Rabbi Eugene Labovitz on ond Thursdaj i vei it month, beginning N n p.m.. in Sklar Auditor :: was tn be 'Mila 18, Uris. Mrs. Ludwig Kosti chairman. CANDID PHOTOGRAPHS of BAR MITZVAHS P' LIPSON STUDIOS HI 5-3434 163 Aragort, Coral G:bi*s MJGUST rmos n\i Is f'•• Iff S I It 1-5251 Closed So/lira's, Sunshine Bakery BAKERS FOR KOSHER HOMES Specializing in WEDDING & BAR MITZVAH CAKES You Call Wl DELIVER Orders $2 or More FREE 1043 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH 39 FLORIDA '•:. I 3ei IT NE %  Alter lassl ng 1 Borne illai ormi quai vere he S ues( cfiiai ::ui ( ir an Tl 1954 Jace rorr in tl Squi cf orth Cogacre N.Y A^3 < l; v/ith whii BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARS Experts on Starter and Generator Repairs BATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS HI-VOLT BATTERY INC. SALES & SERVICE at Homo or On the Road 1850 N.W. 7th Avenue 8345 S. 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?:n;i5..;?3?iv3S ;K.VP* I Friday, November 10, 1961 Ftoridcans Attend Yeshiva Univ. Three PtortdltM arc enrolled in the 75th anniversary freshman al Yeshiva College, the unraduate liberal arts college for men ol Yeshiva University in New york City New -reshmen attending classes al ilu Diversity are Burton Fishiiuin. 100 Wyoming ave.. Ft. Laud, dale; Michael Goldsmith, 707 !\„. U\h ave.. Hollywood: and Santord K(.:ihard, 1631 Coral Gate dr., Miami. Yeshiva University is celebrating |t s 75th anniversary throughout the 1961-(!!' cademie year under the leadership of a national committee D | prominent citizens. President John F Kennedy is honorary chairman and Joseph M. Mazer, of New York c y. is general chairman. KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, CoOwntr +J&*lsti nor Mian Page 11-b ItmriMir'iirt %  nMIUilUMHIIiUlWl'Mlilmi M I Pearly Gait f by Hal Pearl mmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmui. J fi THE NEW Restaurant Formerly and Lounge the Preview BUSINESSMEN'S SPECIALS From 11:30-3 pm COCKTAIL HOUR Dairy from 4-6 pm King Sis* Cocktails HOT and cuiO Complimentary Hors D'oeutrres NIGHTLY FEATURE • RIBS—CHICKEN OR DUCK prepared over an Open-Hearth Flam* also STEAKS, CHOPS, SEAFOOD of Moderate Prices DANCING NIGHTLY EXCEPT TUBS. No Cover—No Min. 3622 Coral Way Phone HI 3-2038 BIG MOVIE SEASON: Whatever the situation may be concerning lourism here, whether it's in a state of decline or not. Hollywood s movie moguls continue to have confidence in this area. They are sending four.choice productions here, and all are being presented in; reserved seat engagements. With such a shower of stars about to descend on the resort city. Miami Beach comes into its own as a major movie premiere city, right along with Hollywood (Calif). New York, and Chicago. The first to open is "West Side Story," and advance word has it that the screen vereien is superior to its Broadway forerunner — and that was a tremendous hit. The scroen adaptation bows in at the Sheridan on Dec. 14. Stanley Kramer, whose producing credits include "The Champion." 1 "Caine Mutiny." and "Inherit the Wind." came to town a few days ago to acquaint the local press with his latest blockbuster. "Judgement at Nuremberg." No punches have been pulled in this devastating indictment of German justice when Hitler pulled the strings. The Premiere, sponsored bv the Miami Beach Elks, is set for the Lincoln on Dec. 20. I don't recall anv producer in recent years bringing out two major productions simultaneously. Samuel Bronston earns the laurel for that distinction. His "El Cid." costing S8.000.000 and starring Charlton Hcston and Sophia Loren. will open Dec. 21 at the Roosevelt as a benefit for the Florida chapter of the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation There's a good chance that Heston may be on hand for the premiere here, as he's on the national board of directors for the worthy ^Bronston's other big movie is "King of Kings." which is due at the Colony, the last week of December. The Lincoln Mall Theatre is undergoing an entensive face-lifting for the premiere. RESTAURANT ROW: One of the former major domos of the Ember* Nick, is now luring his "following" to the Fireside restaurant where he's joined the staff "Pete" Peterson, one of the original | Vagabonds, heads his cwn eatery now. Petersons Steak Place, on the Trail, near 72nd ave. The charcoal-broiled specialties there are win(ning raves from diners. Have you ever sipped any of the "home-made" soups at the well known Rosedale on NW 5th st., in Miami? They're real pepperuppers for the tired businessman, especially at the mid-day meal... The Kosher dinners featured at Abe Getter's Cromwell hotel on the Beach are one of the mar.y popular features there Party hosts in Greater Miami are keeping the phones at Sand-Ell on the Beach busy with orders. They specialiie in strictly Kosher catering. Dante's Italian Kitchen now has a takeout service. You'll find the pizzas there among the very best in Miami Henry Leitson. of the Candlelight Inn. reports his luncheon business growing by leaps and bounds The spot's long-been a favorite of local diners The Singing Strings, a perennial feature of King Arthur's Court, add to the delightfully relaxing atmosphere of the Miami Springs dining rendezvous. PEOPLE ABOUT TOWN: Mrs. Paul Pollak. recently returned from New York, where she was an honored guest at the AGVA testimonial to Sammy Davis, is busy at work with her committee preparing her Props fourth installation luncheon at the Fontainebleau on Nov. 21. Patsy Abbott once again has written an original revue, this time titled. "The Eras of Women.' -K ON THE TALENT FRONT: Good local talent is getting a chance to be seen beginning last Wednesday, when Napoleon Reed, star and producer of the Hampton House Club show, opened a Talent Search. Try-OUtS are set for Monday nights — they started Nov. 6 — and runoffs on Wednesday. Each month's winner will appear in the Hampton House show for three nights. GOODMAN MAKES GOOD: Walter Goodman, pianist at King Arthur's Court, has the kind of problem that's not too hard to take. A piano teacher by day. Goodman has "more students than I can handle." A native of Miami, Walter is a graduate of the University of Miami and has appeared with the UM Symphony Orchestra. His studio on Coral Way is a beehive of musical activity, where students of all ages receive Goodman instruction. A Miami Springs Villas performer for the past several years. Walter has a huge repertoire of songs from Broadway musicals, which he presents nightly in brilliant form. ^^ Menorah Service Honors Veterans Temple Menorah will dedicate its services .Friday evening to the veterans of American wars. In, vited by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Chaplain Samuel Poupko. of I the Jacksonville Naval Ba.-e, will deliver a serfnon on "Veterans of | Peace." Chaplain Poupko. who holds the rank of lieutenant, has been in the Navy for two years, and served in the Middle East. Africa, and many Asian countries. During Veterans Day servioes. Rabbi Abramewitz will offer a special prayer for all veterans who have served in the Armed Forces. Cmdr. Percy Friedlander. of JWV Post 723. will be honored during the evening, and members of the post will receive special recognition. Cantor Edward Klein will chant the liturgical portion, assisted by the Temple choir under the direction of Eli Samuels. POLYNESIAN ] RESTAURANT J AND GARDENS I AMERICA'S NEWEST, MOST 'FABULOUS DINING SHOW PLACE Mft t-2421 tOseaMl Mt 0HHI ON BISC'-JE BlVD —O S I IN HAUANOAll JUST SOUTH'* OF HOU'WOOD — 1 MILf •40*TH Of GUlfi'MAM PAK Credit Cords Honored Dlfc l-lrlt LAWS AND SABBATH STRICTLY OBSERVED Aoe Get ccr dly. PER PERSON dbl. occ. to Dec. 17 20 of 105 rooms Single Occ. $9. sfher rc.es available n each room • Free $650 AND ALL THIS FREEH! Chaise Lounges and Mats • 21" TV and Radio Self Parking adjoins hotel • Weiner Roast. Movies. Games. Entertainment nightly • New Years Eve Banquet Party e Religious Services Daily • Full time Mashgiach on premises • Salt and Sugar Free Diets • No Extra Charge for Steaks. Chops. 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Rt-ceptionj Decorated Trays. 1830 fence HI 8-0894, HI 4-0600 THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN CATERERS "WZ EXQUISITE WEDDINGS A BAR MeTEVAS 731 Washington Ave. TeUofctne JE 85401 Beth Torah Has Adult Classes More than 35 women participated in the Tuesday morning sessions of Beth Torah Congregation's Institute of Adult Jewish Learning. During the first session. 9:30 to 10:45 a.m., classes in elementary and intermediate Hebrew are offered, with the latter course being i devoted to intensive Hebrew conversation Following these classes. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz uses t h e teXt. 'Thi.s is My God," by Herman Wouk, as the basis for his lectures and discussions on modern Jewish theology. On Thursday morning, an additional course in elementary Hebrew is offered, and in the evening, courses in Bible, history and Hebrew are offered by the College of Jewish studies sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Courshon Elected Director Arthur H Courshon. board chairman of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., has been elected directorat-large and member of the executive committee of t h e National League of Insured Savings and Loan Assns. The announcement was made by Floyd Kramer, president of the national League, at the annual meeting in British Colombia. Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner Served Jfe ^j/j&tinvdal Where Elegance in Dining is A Tradition OPENING NOV. 22-Day Before Thanksgiving RESERVATIONS UNion 5-8224 1045-95th STREET Bay Harbor Island Psychologist to Spezk PTA of Temple Emanu-EI reli; gious school will present an ad' dress by Dr. Christopher Come, local child psychologist, on Monday evening at the school's north branch building. 77th st. and Dickens ave. Dr. Corrie will speak on "The Adjustment Problems of the Pre-School Child." -.*** THANKSGIVING DINNER *'In the Haldman Manner" Served from 4 to 9 P.M. 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361 Friday. November 10. 1961 vJewisti ftcridlian Page 13-B \ %  Soldier Scientist Conquers Miami Yigael Yadin, professor of archaeology at the Hebrew rersity of Jerusalem, visits Israel House, notional hecdters of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, (left to righl) Miss Bcrbara Schwaitz, New York City men of the Junior Committee, Women's Division; Mrs. rham F. Wechsler, New York state president of the WornDivision and Miami Beech winter visitor; and Michael 1 isselson, executive vice president of the American Friends. Gen. Yadin addressed an audience of pome 1.000 persons at Miami Beach High School Auditorium Monday. Hassidic Group Wins Right To Run Own Community NEW SQUARE, NY. — (JTA) — ^.Iter a prolonged court battle, the !. ; sMdic community here, honorng the Skvirer Rebbe, will beome officially an incorporated -illa^c this week, to be known ormally as the Village of New Kquare. The incorporation papers MTC expected to be processed by he Secretary of State at Albany uesday or Wednesday. Then New cfuare will he officially a village. id elections will be held for mayir and other village officials. The village was founded in 954 by 530 followers of Rabbi Jacob Joseph Twersky, who was torn ir* Skvir, a town near Kiev in the Ukraine. The name New Square is a variation of the name c' that Ukrainian town. The orthodox residents, who built 69 c's-family homes on the 130acre tract near Spring Valley. K.Y., voted unanimously last August to incorporate. They filed the incorporation papers v/ith R a m a p o Township, of which the area is a part. When the Ramapo Township Board of Supervisors failed to send he incorporat : on papers on to the state capita) at Albany, the followers of the Skvirer Rebbe petitioned .he State Supreme Court, requesting that Ramapo be forced to act m the incorporation. Last July. Supreme Court Justice John P. Donohue ruled in favor of the Skvirer. Ramapo threatened to appeal the judges ruling. This *eek, Town Supervisor Edwin E. \Vallace announced: The incor poration papers were sent to Albany on Friday.'* Ramapo* had surrendered. New Square plans to enact an ordinance closing all streets to all out emergency traffic every Sabbmh, from sundown Friday to nightfall Saturday. Oilier ultraOrihodox practices will become local law in New Square. At pres ent, television is forbidden — although nearly everhome h. radio. Women may net wear slacks in public. Veni, Vidi, Vici. Gen. Yigael Yadin came to Miami, saw the community's leaders in the fields of relig-cn. education, business and government, and conquered the hearts of all with whom he came in contact. The 44 year -old professor of archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem demonstrated time and aj. 1 : in during a two-day stay this week why he is a living legend of Israel. The form r < %  : <\ ':<. %  of the army, m y and air force of Israel n I startl'i finds from the tw< • %  erl lio to %  Ju .-irul v. hich di red thi tiisto; I The first ai se-c-J c"nt. I documents ware described by Gen, Yadin "es li'e most important discovery o' the period n?xt to thi Deac Sea Scro ; -." He said there e~i 6-1 items in ','.• collection — largest collection found in the Holy Land so far— and lhat they deal with yea's 88 to 135 C.E. .Most of the items are dated. Gen. Yadin told a virtual-capacity throng of 1,022 persons Monday night at a Miami Beach lecture cosponsored by The Jewish Floridian and the South Florida Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. "They thereforeprovide a firm basis for evaluating the Dead Sea Scrolls on paleographic grounds. The documents give the latest possible dating for the scrolls — the first century." Prior to the discovery of the Bar Kochba letters in a cave in the Dead Sea vicinity, the dates and contents of the historic scrolls had been widely disputed. Earlier Monday, Gen. Yadin met with 38 rabbis at a special meeting of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. at Beth David Congregation. The program was arranged by Rabbis Norman Shapiro and Herbert Baumgard. program co-chairmen lor the association, and I Rabbi Mayer Abramowrtz, liaison 'between the American Friendi the iocai rabbinate. Fielding questions from rhe floor. Gen. Yariin demonstrated an amazing knowledge o'the Talmud, Mishnah aid Gemorah, I as he shifted back and forth from English to Hebrew to Aramaic, in dealing with involved questicrs on tha Bible an.' its ccnme-.'ar'es which have puiziad rai.bii for centuries. H B d he %  •• London %  on N • %  .. %  .'<.." 8 I I : • %  write i %  ettei cation in the i led Stal Israel and : i already has been • -. as ;< .• I Sunday raj t at the home of Jack D. Gordon, president of the South Florida Divisi n oi the American Friends. | Michael M. Nis-eison. executive vice president of the Friends, also spoke at the dinner, where the amount raised for the $500,000 Solar Energy Research Center of the Hebrew diversity passed the one-fourth mark. Gen. Yadin held numerous private interviews with such local leaders as Maurice Revitz. Louis 'Rudnick. Max Weitz, Jack Fopick. | and Jacob Rifkin as he outlined plans for Hebrew University's continued world-leading role in archaeology. Gen. Yadin said during his lecture that the discovery of the letters, which is outlined in detail in the concluding article of a fourweek series in The Jewish Florjidian on Page 7-A, "definitely established that Bar Kochba, whose name properly was pronounced Bar Kociba.' not only existed but %  w as indeed the la considered one Of Israel's rpeakers. her greatest military hero, and foremost archaeologist. Democrats Hear Speakers Justice of the Peace Jason M. Berkman and Florida Secretary of Agriculture Carey Matthews were guest speakers at a meeting of the Democratic Club of Miami Beach on Wednesday, Nov. l. at the Di Lido hotel. Wally Cluck is president and Harry Levy, executive member. Riverside Opens Memorial Chapel Back from Italy, Victor and Ann Bidone are getting ready for the fifth season opening of their De Continental restaurant on Bay Harbor Island at 1045 95th st., where dining out under the stars is featured. Raymonde, chef, and Paul, maitre d', will be at the door to greet guests. Opening day is Nov. 22, day before Thanksgiving. Dade Heights Plans Activities Dade Heights Jewish Congregation is starting two adult education groups, to meet every Wednesday evening. Beginning Nov. 1, the first group will meet at 8 p.m., for Hebrew reading conducted by Dan Medvin. At 9 p.m., the second group, led by, I.abbi Harold Richtcr, will discuss "Judaism and Psychiatry." On Thursday evenings, Nov. 2, 9, 16 and 30, a "Personal Survival Course" will be held at Dade Heights Jewish Congregation under the supervision of Dad* County Civil Defense. Course is free and open to everyone. A Young Judaea group for boys and girls between the apes of 9 and 11 is being formed at Dade Heights, to meet Thursday evenings from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m., each week. Mrs. M. Weinstein is in charge. And for the "Young at Heart," a golden age group for those over 50 is being initiated. Don Hershey is in charge of the sale of candy which will be distributed to those who wish to partici%  pate in the program on Sunday at j 9 a.m. A new half-million dollar chapel at 1920 Alton rd. has Just been completed by Riverside Memorial Chapels. Abe Eisenberg, who started the cbaill here in 1938 and is as active as ever with the organization, said the older Riverside Memorial facility at 1236 Washington ave. has been replaced by the new chapel. Riverside is a national organization, founded in New York in 1898, where 11 branches are located. Greater Miami branches are at SW 37lh ave. and 17th st.; Normandy Isle; and the newest on Alton rd. Other top Riverside executives here include Larrie Blasberg and Leonard Zilbert. Some of the unusual features of the new chapel are lavish use of imported red and Venetian gold •ile. Italian travertine marble flooring, high celestrial ceilings, and Roman columns and arches. Interior designer Roz Mark has decorated the family room and reI posing rooms in monochromatic %  olors of Venetian reds, saoohire blues and vibrant greens, with accents oi gold and white. Classical motifs throughout are depicted by use of custom murals, ecorative doors and accessories. Beautifully landscaped inside and out. a cascading water lountain is located just inside the entrance of the Chapel foyer. The overall design of the building fits into the Miami Beach modern motif perfectly, according to the decorator. Builder was Arkin Construction Company, and Edwin C. Bliss was structural engineer. Landscaping is by Art's, and building designer v at Glasser and Associates. Proceeds for Religious School On Saturday evening, Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shirah will sponsor its first annual Harvest Ball in juniland Hall, with live orchestra and refreshments. Monies raised fill go to the Sisterhood religious school fund. Ifs Performance Not Promises That Count! ELECT Murray Z. KLEIN FOR MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER GROUP 5 Presently Serving As City Commission Appointee to Stadium Advisory Board for Orange Bowl, Has Consistently Voted for Lower Consumer Prices and Increased Patron Facilities. •K NATIVE FLORIDIAN -* DECORATED VETERAN M ATTORNEY + BUSINESSMAN Murray Z. Klein is a man who has the knowhow and experience to stop the waste of your tax dollar. PULL LEVER 24--A on Nov. 21 for economy in government. Elect WILLIAM J. "BILL" OWENS MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER (GROUP 5) WM. J. (BILL) OWENS "The Man with a Plan For a Better Miami!" MIAMI RESIDENT 42 YEARS TAX PA/ER FATHER OF 7 CHILDREN MEMBER OF ALLAPATTAH BAPTIST CHURCH GRADUATE MIAMI HIGH — xVAR VETERAN PRES., DADE COUNTY FEDERATION OF LABOR TRUSTEE, UNITED FUND CO-CHAIR MAN, WELFARE PLANNING COUNCIL MEMBER CITY LABOR ADVISORY BOARD, STATE APPRENTICESHIP COUNCIL AND MANY CIVIC GROUPS. + Campaign Headquarters: 2936 NW 17th AVE. Phone: NEwton 3-9536 (If you wish a copy of Mr. Owens' complete Plan, call above number.) LEVER 25-A FOR OWENS vJrw •^XHtfr-tf •*



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Friday, November 10, 1961 fJenisti fhridHam Page 3-A 'Atlantic' Prints Tlny'll M* Mass Rally Israel Articles By Special Report Committee of the Greater Miami Council of the Jewish National Fund discusses arrangements for the organization's 15th annual banquet dinner Dec. 10 at the Fontainebleau hotel. First row (left to right) are Sam Kopkind, Abraham Fraidlin, J. Z. Stadlan, Gershon Miller, and Isaac Donen. Second row are Abraham Grossman, Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Isadore Dickman, Johan L. Berman, I. J. Riffkin, Mrs. Fannie Liebman, Mrs. Miriam Press, and Leon J. Ell. Third row are Rabbi M. J, Safra, Mrs. Herman Laks. Sol Goldman, Herman Weintraub, Peter Heller, Alex Hirschenfang, Meyer Siegel. Sam Kagan, Mrs. William Beckwith, Mayshie Friedberg. Mrs. Wolfe Shklair, Harry Feldman, Mrs. Abraham Mason and Mrs. Nathan Bookspan. Not shown are Joseph Alter. Benjamin Appel, Zvi Berger, Mrs. Eva Blum, William Bornstein, Mrs. Jacob Davis, Malvin Englander, Ezra Finegold, Jacob Fishman, Miss Lillian Goodman. Max Hecht, Saul Kenholtz, Max Kolker. Paul Kwitney, Mrs. Pauline Levick. Harry Lefkoff, Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz, Sam Schachno, Irving Schatzman, Louis Schwartzman, Al Sherman, Mrs. Alfred Stone. Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, Mrs. Ben Zeigmund, and Dr. Baer Zuckerbraun. NEW YORK — The Atlantic Monthly features .i M page sup piemen) on Israel in its November issue, with ( -ays. stories, art .mil poetry sharing the editorial spotlight. Lead article in the supplement ientitled "The Secret in the Cliffs: The Discovery of the Bar Koehba Letters." and is written by (Jen. Yigael Yadin, of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Education Minister Abba Kban: military analyst, ('.en. S. L. A. Marshall; Dr Jacob Fine; Prime Minister David Ben-Gunon, and II other writers have written on subCouncil oi Golden Ring Clubs <>l Greater Miami will join a mass rally Dec. 12 from 12 noun to 1 in at Miami Beach Auditorium for the purpose of supporting the Kennedy Administration regarding health care for the aged under the Social Security system. Bank Supports 4-H Club Miami National Bank has joined with other Florida banks in nationwide support of 4-H Club work, according to Frank Braunstein, vice president and cashier. The contribution was made. Braunstein said, to the National 4-11 Club Foundation. Washington, D.C. Miami ..National Bank has supported local jecls ranj-inj; from "Israel in 1965" and state 4 II programs lor several lo a story. -The Sabbath." ..cars. Braunstein pointed out. Region Delegates Off to Confab Leon J. Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, receives a pledge of support from Louis Rudnick, a national vice president of the Zionist Organization of America, toward the success of the JNF 15th annual banquet on Dec. 10 at the Fontainebleau hotel. Delegates from leading congregations in Florida. Georgia, Alaj bama and Tennessee will represent: the Southeast region of the United I Synagogue at the organization's national convention Nov. 12 to 16 in t h e Concord hotel at Kiamesha Lake, N.Y. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Tern pie Emanu-EI. Miami Beach, and Judge Irving Cypen, also of Temple Kmanu-EI. president of the Southeast region, will lead the delegation. In addition. South Floridians expecting to attend the convention include Rabbi and Mrs. Norman Shapiro, Beth David; Mr. and Mrs Philip Schiff. president, Beth David; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Beller, president. Temple Sinai, Hollywood; Jerry Sussman. vice president. Southeast region. United Synagogue, Temple Menorah; and Manuel Solomon, secretary of the Teen-Agers Plan Conclave Eighth annual teen-age conclave sponsored by the Greater Miami Ji .iish Community Center will be held Sunday, Dec. 10, at the Duront Plaza hotel, it was announced by David Eskenazi. staff coordinator. About 400 delegates from 33 clubs | will attend the sessions, which feature workshops on current issues of the day. Serving as co chaimen are Marilyn Kornstein. Miami Branch; Sidney Stern, Miami Beach Branch; and Irene Genshaft, North County Branch. Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITLE s, Gtettact Co. 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies •! Kansas City Title Insurance C. Capital, Surplus £ teitrvss fxceed $5,000,000 124 SECURITY TRUST BUILDING and 136 N.f. 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"Jewish FioirIidliaii Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 34 — Number 45 Miami, Florida, Friday. November 10, 1961 Two Sections — Price 20* Israel Worried Over German Developed Rocket for Nasser JERUSALEM — (JTA> — Israeli, rcles expressed grave concern is week over reports that Egypt, ith the help of a West German ientist at Stuttgart, has devel>ed a rocket similar to the Nazi 2 rocket which Hitler used to %  uzz-bomb" London near the end World War II. E Mt, according to the reports. already constructed a new V-2 rocket with a 250-mile range, capable of reaching almost any part ot Israel. Israelis fear this new rocket program may lead to a renewed arms race in the Middle East region. According to reports reaching Israel, Nazi technicians, who worked in secret German plants producing the V-2 rocket under H tier's regime, proposed to United Arab Republic President Gamal Abdel Nasser that they produce a similar rocket for him. When Nasser supported the purpesal, the Nazis approached Prof. Eugen Saenger, head of the Jet Propulsion Research Institute at Stuttgart, West Germany, who provided them with the necessary technical and scientific data. West German authorities, learning of Prof. Saenger's aid to the ] Nazis working for Nasser, have suspended the professor from his post, according to information reaching here. Israel has meanwhile ordered about 40 French Mirage-3 jot fight'.r plar.es "in view of the need to match Arab aircraft," the Guardian of Manchester reported Tuesday in a dispatch from Tel Aviv. According to the Guardians correspondent, military tensions in Israel have "eased noticeably'" since Syria broke away from the United Arab Republic recently. "The sub; -cquent survival of King Hussein in Jordan, against all the for.;,sts," the dispatch continue!, Continued on Page 8 A Soviets Arrest Three Prominent Community Leaders in Leningrad NEW YORK — (JTA) — Three leaders of the Jewish community j in Leningrad have been arrested, and one of them was sentenced to 1 12 years' imprisonment, after closed trials on charges of being • -. %  cret agents" and carrying on' "treasonable" activities, the New ) York Herald Tribune reported here, j The report was written by Rowland Evans, Jr.. a Washington cor: respondent for the New York Herald Tribune, who returned re-' cently from an 8.000-mile tour of the Soviet Union. The arrested men are reported to be Gedalia Rubino-j vich Pechersky. former lay chair-. man of the Leningrad Jewish com-, munity; and Jews named Dynkin According to the correspondent, Mr. Pechersky was put on trial on or about Oct. 9, his trial lasting four days. He had been arrested in June, accused of "crimes against the State." Mr. Pechersky was for years "the outspoken advocate of Jewish relirj'ous life," the report sayd. He was elected to the leadership of the Jewish religious community of Leningrad in 19SS, immediately after the death of dictator Josef Stalin. Leningrad has a Jewish population of 250,000, but not all of them are "practicing" or religious Jews. The head of the Leningrad State Committee for Religious Affairs SEN. STUART SYMINGTON praises Ebon U.S. Emissary In Top Talks Algeria Jewish Leader Killed; Terror on Rise HEAW MIGRATION ANTICIPATE PACE 11 A PARIS—(JTA)—Two prominent Algerian Jews were killed and a third was shot and seriously injured Sunday, culminating a week of high terror during which more than 20 plastic bombs were exploded in Jewish homes and shops in the capital of Algiers and in other sections cf Algeria. and Kaganov. whose first names j,p prove d (he election of Mr. Pecould not be established by Mr. Evans. Continued on Page 2-A Lebanon to Expel Plans Special Jews; Measures The deaths were attributed to the OAS, the French underground which opposes Algerian independence as proposed by President Charles de Gaulle. JERUSALEM (JTAi PhilThe dead were David Zermati, lips Talbojt. American Assistant 54 president of the Jewish cornSecretary of State for Near Eastern munity of Setif. a provincial city Affairs, continued his talks this of about 42.000 population; and Dr. week with Mrs. Golda Meir. IsJoseph Cohen. 32. a well-known rael's Foreign Minister. He also Algiers physician. The injured met with Prime Minister David man. who is in serious JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Preparation for. the expulsion of Jews and 'other foreigners" from Lebanon are now being made by the Lebanese government, according to a report from Beirut carried this week by I Arab New.; Agency. Other "special measures" are also being contemplated, the report said attributing sources." Uen-Gurion. Sen. Stuart Symington was guest of honor at a reception tendered by Education Minister Abba Eban. The Senator extolled the Continued on Page 5-A condition after having been shot through the neck, is Yossef Perez, warden of the synagogue in the Casbah at Algiers. The shooting of Perei was Continued on Page 5-A the informa'.iun to "official Mapai Suffers Losses Heavy TEL AVIV — (JTA) — For the first time in the 40-year history cf union of thi southern division of the Israel Electric Corporation, the Mapai representation was reThe steps will be taken in order "to prevent subversive action against the state," the report stated. Lebanon has 10.000 Jews, according to some experts, while other Jewish sources maintain that the population there has dwindled to between 7,000 and 8.000 Jews. Through the years since the rebirth of modern Israel in 1948. there have been various official actions against Lebanese Jews, accused of being members of proEichmann Verdict Dec. 15; Reading to Take Six Days JERUSALEM— tJTAi—Israel's three-man court, which tried former Gestapo Col. Adolf Eichmann for crimes against the Jewish people and crimes against humanity, by heading up the Nazi regimes "final solution" of the Jewish problem at the cost of 6.000.000 European Jew ; sh lives, is expected to hand down its verdict about De c. 15. The four-month long trial of : Eichmann ended last Aug. 14. The I judges were reported to be pleting their deliberations. cornIt is expected that the court's verdict will be handed down in a document running to about 5C0 pages. Continued on Page 16-A Correspondents from news servSo. Africa Debate Brings Arab Anti-Israel Blast duced this week to the status of a, Israel „ spy rings or violating the tiny minority. anti-Israel economic boycott. A record of 90 percent of the Meanwhile, the Egyptian govern utility's 2,000 workers swamped Mapai in the voting, ousting 21 of: Mapai's 24 representatives on the Workers' Council. Even the three Mapai representatives who survived the anti-Mapai tide belonged to the internal opposition within, the Mapai faction. UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—Another bitter exchange between IsMapai was opposed by a united \ rael anc i one 0 £ the Arab delegations took place here this week, when front of members of a defunct Ac-, Am bassador Arieh Eshel, Israel's deputy permanent representative and tions Committee which led strikes hJs country s representative in the General Assembly's Special Political %  gaitut the utility earlier this year.; CommiUee c i as hed with Lebanon's Ambassador to Washington, Nadin The heavy anti-Mapai vote was at.. tributed in part to the actions of Uimecnme. the Mapai faction ia persuading. The committee is currently disworkers to call off a 24-hour strike %  cussing the South African Apartlast month I heid issue, but this is the same ices, newspapers, radio and television are expected to flock here again from most parts of the world to cover the culmination of the Eichmann case. The verdict will be read in Hebrew and Continued on Pige 11-A ADL Charges Anti Jewish Bias in Banks NEW YORK — (JTA) — A study by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith showing that only three and one-half percent of high executive officials of commercial banks in New York City are Jews was cited this week as "strong, almost ineontroversible evidence of religious discrimination" in a city with a population 25 percent Jewish. The findings and the charge were presented at a hearing of a special subcommittee on labor of the Committee on Education and Labor of the U.S. House of Representatives bj Moses L. Kove, chairman ot the New York regional aJvisory board of Ihe ADL. Kove said that the study of eight of the largest commercial banks showed that of a "total roster of 844 officers of the rank of vice president and above, only 30 were of the Jewish faifh," and of the 30 cited, 22 were in two banks and seven in a third. One bank had one Jewish high executive and the remaining four had none, he said. The study found 197 persons on the boards Continued on Page 6-A group before which, later this iionth or early in December, the Arab refugee debate is scheduled to develop. Speaking in condemnation of South Africa's discriminatory practices, Mr. Dimechkie told the committee that Israel, too. practices discrimination, allegedly directing its policies against the Israeli Arabs "in subtle and disguised" fashion. Ambassador Eshel told the committee that the Lebanese attack is "an additional illustration of the obsession of certain delegates in relation to Israel." The Lebanese attack, Mr. Eshel continued, "belongs to the category of falsehood and distortion" and is "one of the methods of Continued on Page 10 A i



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Poge 12-A Friday, Novesnber 10. 1961 Voyage w : ied ic I We : rlngold v: Getaway Tom J. P e A : • % %  ays. P .[ arted (or < to arrange "• .'. conjunc .:r. with the 1^". 5 So. Florid* Dde^icn to Attc d UAHC Biennial Convention in Wash^iafcn -. S'ational I ..': %  %  b C 'I he) ng on the oat on ( a pital tor the tops ai meeting! 'Jerm and stimulati •-• in the more *har; 800 [attorn *hich comprise the i %  r:tdn Hebre Last biennial v.ai held Miami Beach in 1959 Included among those listed as lei <::• %  Mr ar;'.' Mr San '-. Gol Istein, Mr and Mrs Henrj E Wolff Mr I/.':.K Wolff < I. Mr arid Mrs Jack I Levkoff. Mr arid MrSam Lub>. St I \ L Na'il'-r : Schwartz Mey< r K %  1• nl ert Mrs Ge i e Graham -: Melnickei Ten i Israel of Greater Miami Mr and Mrs. James Albert. Mr. and Mrs Maury Olinick. Rabbi at.'l Mr Leon Kroni-h and Mr-. ,n Malakoi! Temple Beth Sho1' m, Miami Heath. Mr and Mr^ Robert Newman. Rabbi and Mrs. Herb'ft BaumUur1. Joseph Al'shuler. Norman <;r David (ioldbery. Mrs. Leonard Kalish. Mr> Frank Toback. •:. v. i I n La u de i • Mart;.-. Dietz and Mortoi nple Israe •'. esl I ch Four ol ••-.-• \i i %  Henrj Wolff, vice president; and Saoi A G David Lighl rd of the nal Aasn ol Temple A L-lral Dedicate Library At Beth Torah T-he.-', of Book? *as ft: dedication Torata L:orar;. ar.; the aUia! ace J#.iittiir: MMA 1 A of %  : E I %  -. septi a n i I %  %  r gil pain %  si •jch boik of libra; ians who assisted the %  The pi prepjff-d by MrArthur Hirschberg and Mr?. PTA co chairnken %  f th( ...::;..-.i thOU % %  •••• Editor to be Speaker Leo Mindbr. executive editor of The Jewish nn<*an. will be ^je^t speaker at Friday night ierices of Beth David Congregatioc. Iar;:c.paUog in the serviceiat..d Men-w Ci'jb Sabbath, be Dr Morris K etman, I B.lL DfVid Men ia: ..i-^ar Kappap-)r: Shan rotor WOliam W | r Oneg Nev/ Group At Ssth David • i .-' _: % %  iass cull %  pi %  ilities %  I Miami Hebrew Book Store] 1535 WASHINGTON AVE Miami Beac.— JE 8-3840 Heb-ew Religious" SjpoHes for S^ig^i. Scrioc s A Private U ISRAELI 4 DOV3ST1C G.PTS Rabbi Stern Will Chair Session Rabbi Tibor Stererof Beth Jacob Cong chair a session of -r. convention of the M,. zaltor. of ASM S> me l <*>> d state \a cn *'-.• at %  Mlaatic C.'. %  %  %  ... %  %  u l kid it:on. win I %  leg %  • i I %  • It Card Party Tuesday .iii < .'• %  '• hai I will lay i a: 25 v. a shii gton REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale I Retail ISBfilLI GIFTS AND NOVilTltS 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 L.S>E\ TO BE "IS = AE'_ S STITlw.l_ATlNG ROINDTHSLE DlSCuSS'ON "A TORAH OF TRUTH" Every Sunday at 9:10 P.M. WKAT 1360 on Your Dial WE mClAUZt in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From 57 50 We C FRL';T CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BlVD FR 4-2710 F* 4-8783 A-. 5 THE OLD BOOK SHOP MODERN AKO 0L0 • OUT OF PR'NT • RARE BOOKS • MAP! BOUGHT & S01D SEARCH SftVKi 1564 SOUTH DIXIE HWY. MO 1-4913 BtAn tl-' Riv e-j T^eafe 3f5 NEWMAN FUNERAL HOME 133 5 OADE BOUI EVARO MIAMI BEACH ^Effersoo 1-7677 Edward T. Newman funeral Director GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 RUnklin 90436 710 S.W. 15th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNEPAl D1RKTOS LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARR AND GARDEN MAISOLLLM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 i i i i i i i i i i i /^UA/sJ^k isions require time Surely it i only jzood sense to devote as mmh attention lo selecting* family burial estate a\ou would to making your will. Yet o often one tendto postpone this important decision until an emergency arises. Isn't today the be ? l tune to start planning? Why not find out about Mount .Nebo now. Here, in Miami's finest and oldest Jewish cemetery, a Perpetual Care Fund exceeding $100,000, guarantee!, ihe (.••rin.iii.-nt beauty and care of Mount Nebo. You never pay for maintenance taxes and >-e--rnenls cannot be levied And Mount Nebo i> u> serene/Y Inifh so (,> a -.(','.• ... JO u ell established ... it has already been the choice of over 4,000 Jewi s h families. IX hy not secure full details? t I I I I I I I I I I I I I MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL £XQtUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY THURMOND MONUMENT CO. INVITES yOU TO VISIT THtIK SHOWR0OVS AMD D'SPIAT LOOK FOR TW0-ST0RY WHITE BUILDINC m MAY Wl SERVE YOU AS WE HAVE SO MANY OTHERS 3253 S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-1614 -HI 4-2157 MIAMRIAIS Of BEAUTY DIGNITY AND PERMANENCY GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS Mount Nebo Cemetery 5505 N.W. 3rd Street. M.omi, Florida Please send me, uithout obligation, full information on tamil) Burial EstQltt in Mo"nt Nebo. JL// Mfo Name.. Address. City ... Zone State ... B505 Norihw**t 3rd Street Phon* MOhawk 1-7693



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tiday, November 10. 1961 't'Jewisti fkwkttoitl Page 15-A. BN LEGAL NOTICE THE COLMV JUDGES COURT IN AND FDR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. 1% PROBATE N) 5+186 A I.I: i: — t.• MINNIE H V. ILMAN I), • • used NOTICE TO CREDITORS AH i %  • di' II MI VII I '• r.-.'.n I la vi "i.ii H (i %  .!Agalnsi Sulil ..i-. % %  notified and :i I .1 ]•' • :n\ claims Mllil .1.-.' h I'll ) mil) luvl IlKuHUl o N'NIK II WOLMAN i i late '' le Count %  \ I hi mt) I !.; %  %  •! I •;• %  !. • I "• %  lllil '. I fill • In d iplll Htl i lid HI ,vlded iii H m ; %  % % % % %  16 i nrlil titut' .II %  i %  i i de i 'ountj i % %  II within ai> r in. %  ii" liIron ; in., i.r the 'irjsl tublli lit Inn hi i • • op i •• i na %  .Ill be barred Fl';i|-.l .il Mai: I, Florida, this -Mli f i ..ii x • ::'i;i AAR N V. HI. MAN A' \. utor Pi i HI • ublli i' I i" of ili B notli on i::rii lay ol November, 1961. MUX. HAYS* ORUNDWERO li.l ||. > foe II I A insley Bull ling iiiiui 12, Florl j.t 11/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai undersigned, desiring tn engagi In kislm-ss null-.the fictitious name ol tl'l* 79, nt 1301 79th str.it Causeii>. Ni ih r.is Village, Dade CounFlorida, Ini -ndto register said game with the Clerk of the Circuit •urt of Dade County, Florida CHALET. INT. I'.v Tl lorM Trushln, President Hl'RNETT KOTH Attorney for ('h let, Inc. L'i> Lincoln Ron I Miami Bi ach, Flor %  11/3-10-17-24 I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. I. FLORIDA 1% PROBATE No 54295 PX Rl I:I:U IN A s;XXIH.K. 11. .-,1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All i tllto •ind Ml Persni Having l*li imi or D % %  inch Against Suid I -i ite: You are hereb) notified and reciMiii-,i i i present .n> claims and deignds which i mu) ha*v< against the estate ol ERW1N A. STANDIa: Deceased late of Dade County, Florida, i" the Count) 1 udges of 1 'ade County, and file the same in their Office* In the C i mt) Courthouse Ii I I.I. i.Count F rlda. within six calendar months from the dati nf the first publication hereof, or the same vili be barred, LBN x STANDER MYERS, HE1MAN A KAPLAN Alt,nil. %  1 I ".'I S XX'. 1st S'I ." Miami :'.•;. Florida 11/10-17-34, 12 i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE la HEREBY GIVEN thai r tinundersigned, desiring to engage i' 1 business under tl.fictitious name of KENMAB anil KEN MAR at Dade County, Florida intends t.i register %  aid name with tiir Clerk f the Circuit Court ol D-ide County. Florida, SIN OMi PRODUCT*! CO., INC. ROVNER It KANNHEIMFTR Attorneys fur Sun Qlo Products Co., Inc. 11/10-17-21, It/I LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD i L A "Yiddishe Mummy a LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OP/HN that the undersigned •string to engaite in business under the fictitious name of BARRIE KITCHENS at H*71l N.W. lith Avenue, Miami, Florida int..tutto register said name with the Clerk ci the Circuit Court "f Dade County, i"i la. PETER B Pi 'X/iil. Sole owner SA.MI'KI, STEIN AM, nil"., for Applicant 11." Blltmore Waj Coral Gables, Pla. 1 1/10-17-24. 12 /1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C-83O0 (Oekle) MIDWEST MORTOAOE COMPANY, a Missouri Corporation, authorlaed iu do business In the State .>i Florida, Plaintiff, vs. El >\VARD AMOS I' xil.l.. et al. 11. fe idanta. NOTICE OF SUIT TO; EDWARD EUGENE CARRERO and MARY JANE CARRERO 137M 10th Street Union City, C Lllfornla YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that % %  > Miiit has been brought against you l. v .\l I 11 W E S T Mi >KT< i AC E COMPANY, in the above-entitled Court, to foreclose a mortgage encumbering iii. following described property, toLot 10. Block 7, SIERRA MIRADA. according to the plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 57, at page %  Of the public records of Dude County. Florida; Toaeilier with: Keivinator Refrigerator, Model K46F11R, Serial No. 3AM06I Venetian Blinds; and you are 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 December 12. 1961. and to serve a COOS Ol such answer upon DAVID P. CATSMAN. Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is Mth Flow at 101 East Flagler Street, Miami ;:'-'. Florida, if you fall to do so. the % %  ..inplaint will he taken as confessed bv you and %  Decree l*ro Confesso will' be entered against you for the reMef demanded In the complaint. DATED this 7th da) of November, 1901. E B. LBATHERMAN i i, 11, it the 'ircuit Court I iad Counts. Florida (eenl) By; HE1 EN KES8LER, DepUt) Clerk DAVID P. CATSMAN iitii Floor at lot B. Hauler st. Miami 32, Florida 11/10-17-24, 12/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the underi ng to eitgagi In busin— inler I flclItlous name -.i I'.\I-.;IITIN -Tin: ACT COMPANY i not In %  %  ited) al Suite number J7ii. s i-' i !.; %  %  iin R i.. In tlie I'll Ml inn I; %  • • h i' %  • '.i.i. Intend t" n i--.. r the Ith the < "ler i i il the Clri • "i ii-i>i. County, Florid i TAL1ANOFF, WALLER A l.lTM.xN Attorne.x for Applicants I2' I.in %  : %  i I HERBERT MARSH xiERNIE HELD li 3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nun.of VIC'S BAR A ORIL.I, al 248 N E %  •; tli Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with th.ct^rk of the Circuit Coir', of Dade County. Florida. VICT'iK K. KOCH, !.ole Owner STERN & HUTNHR Attorne) i tor owner 701 Ainsley Uuilding; Miami 32, Florida 11AM0-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersinned. desiring to en. IN' ., at 11880 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami Intends to register said name with tli.Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida MOSAM CORP. By: M i. Copperman, Pres dent HARRV ZUKERNICK, Attorney 420 Lincoln Road Miami Peach, Fla. 10/2 0-27. II 3-10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No54121-B IN RE; Estate of AARON FADBM Decs ised. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any Claims and demands which \ou may have against th.eslate of AARON FADEM deceased late of Dide County, Florida, to the County JudHcs of Dade County, and file th same In their offices in the Counts Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eisht calendar monthfrom the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will b.barred. HARRY FADEM Administrator F.DWARD H LEVIN Attorney for Administrator 1'02 Congress BuildinK Miami 32. Fla.-FR 1-1206 10/20-27. 11/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HCRKPY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious names of THE GASLIGHT INN at number S*8 S.W. "i7th Avenue in the City of Miami Florida, and STATE LIQI'ORS at RSI S W. ",7th Avenue in the City Ol Miami. Florida intends to register thisail names with the Clerk of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 111S3 THE GREENWICH BAVING8 BANK, corporation existing under the laws of the State of New York, Plaintiff, HAROLD B. PASTOR, et al. Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: HAROLD B. PASTOR and ANN P. PASTOR, his wife 5010 IVmbridge Avenue Rnttiniore 15, Maryland YOU ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been brought against you bv THE GREENWICH S A V I N ti s BANK, In the above-entitled Court, to foreclose a mortgage encumbering the following described property, to-wit; Lot ".. in Block 24. SECOND ADDITION TO SIERRA, according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book '.7. at page 7. of the publi,records of Dad.. Co inty, Florida; Together with: General Electric Refrigerator. Model LB-10; Serial YM-WSJU; Venetian Blinds; and you are 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, INI, and to serve a Copy Of sic li answer upon DAVID p, c.xTSM.xx. Plaintiffs attorney, whose address Is lith Floor at 101 Bast Flagler street. Miami :;.'. Florida, on or before said date, as required by the Laws of Florida. If vou fail to do so. the complaint Will be taken as confessed by you and a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered ggainal you for the relief demanded in the complaint. DATKD this Dili day of October. 1961. i: p.. LF:ATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade Count v. Florida (seal! C. 1. ALEXANDER, Deput) Cbrk DAVID P. CATSMAN 14th F'loor at 101 R. Flagler St. Miami ;;2. Florida 10/20-27. II'3-10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54133 B IN i;i: Estate ol CH.xrXCKY STONE I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I'I. .lit,. iami All I'I Hat Ing c ...t io Demttnils Agali I Said Kstal 1 luu ai. hereb) notified I pi qi : .1 li |.i -.ni am i lilim mnml v h ii \...I m n till .i.i. ..[ • II AI'Ni "FJY >'l • i.XI-' [ deceased l 11 ol 1 1 H i < nty, Florida, t.. Hie i 'olllll) .1 in. • I %  %  i 'ountj. ami file Ihe na me In a ml us provided in Kectmn 733.18, lorlda Sin II the m the Count four) house In I'ad i t). Florid i. ci 'tli ii :\ months from the time ••: the fl publication hereof, or thi sami w l. be b in ed Dated BI Miami. Florida, tliiltli na) ol bei, A.D 1961 s l.. us MICHAELS As Fixecutrlx First publication of this notice >n the -.iii da) of • ictober, I 161 \i:i.sox \ BPIEl.VOtlEL Attorne)s t..i Executrix iu7 Lincoln Road 10/17, 11 1-10-i? IN THE COUNTY JUOO C C'IRT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54187-B IX RE: Estate of X.xi I.MI l.Ks'i IWODER Dei easi .1 NOTiCE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Calms or DemandAgainst Said restate You a".hereb) notified and required to presenl an) claim.and demands which you mac have agalnsi the estate of NAOMI LESOWODER deceased late ..f Dade County, Florida, to the Count) Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate ind as provided In Section 7::*; i'i. F' 1 %  StatUt.-S. ill then Offll •II! tj c. II • ho ise in I ade I '• %  ml P irhia, witlun six calendar months front the tin f the fli si p iblli al of. or the same will be bu I -ate i it Miami, Florida, this I Ith day ol >ber, A.D. l'.nil 1:1111:1. i,;:s. i\\ uui i I iR I.i HIS S I. IPS. HIT/. HF:NRY LirSl.'HL'TZ As l.s. c itors F Irsl publli atlon of this ihe JTth da) of • ictober I H WKLLISCH & HOl'GHERTY Attorne) for Estate .•' NAOMI LESOWODER, D • • 111 ^ c mgress Building 10 _: II 1-1 1-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY No. 6IC I13TO JEAN Rl >' :o\v, Plaintiff, c.-. GEORGE ROGOW, I i.'fendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: GEORGE ROGOW 1135 Rlttenhouse Street, x w. Washington, D.C. YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce hag been filed against you. and you are required to serve a cop) ol your answer on Plaintiff's attorney, CAIN & IBIS, ::83o W, Flagler Street. Miami, Florida, and file the original in the office Of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 14th da) of November. 1M1, otherwise said Complaint for Divorce iil be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, thi21th dav ol October. 1961. i: B, LBATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal By: C I. ALF2CANDSR, Deputy Clerk 10/17, 11/3-10-17 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! t'Jenist Ifhradi3ir solicits your legal notices. We appreciate yarut patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Mai I'll 3-1605 ior messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 6tC 10937 JAMBS ANDERSON, Plaintiff, vs. AMANDA ANDFTRSON. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOC. AMANDA ANDKRSoN. 17-"' N.W. Ird Ave., Miami. Florida, are notified to serve a copy of your answer to Divorce Complaint IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 54107-C ix RE: Estate of JOBEPHINE PEARSON, 11.., eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons H >^ log Claims or Demands Against Saul Instate You are hereby notified and required to present an> claims and de-nan. is which you may have agalnsi th.— tate of JOSEPHINE PEARSON, decease. I late of Dade Clinic. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade county, and file the same in their officein the Counts courthouse in Dade County, Florida, Within eight calendar months from the .late of thfirst publication hereof, or the same will be barred. HORMIDAS c.LADU FIxecutor MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPI.AN My: Leon Kaplan Attorne) l l.'.O S.W. 1st Street Miami, Florida 10/20-27, 1D3-10 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL T" WHOM THESE PRESKXTS SHALL I'oME. GREETINGS: Whereas CELIA D COaUtoNH, MIAMI. FLORIDA E8THKR 7.F:i.l. NER, MIAMI. FLORIDA; BETTY ili il I-|:ACF:K. MIAMI. F'l.oRIDA did on the if!" da) if July. A.D i9',i;, cause to !-• incorporated under the provision* "i chapter ; '". Florida statuteI;I;I.C i, INC., i cor atlon, with It* principal place of business u MIAMI, DADF; COUNTY, In the s'at.. ..f F'lorlda, and whereat the .-t.., kholdi • il sui rpo atlon did on the Ind da) Novi ., ,,. A.I'. pull, cause to be filed In the office r thi Hecretar) if State of the 8ts i of I ',ori.|... a 'onsenl %  : ill the si holders mt. ler • .visions of s lid Chai I %  F'lorJ la SI U ites, showing t in dlssol it Ion i .ich corporation Now, therefore, the Hecretar) of S| He d". s here I Ify I going and thu %  atlsfied thai ii,.. requiren la ba\ e i complied i' i' i IN WITNESS WHEREOF', 1 have here) i to -• %  d have llreii Seal ol the .-'; it. .1' F'llll li i I'I i.i II I -see, thi 'api ii, SF> 'i NH i iy (goal) TDM M.\Ms etar) i .-•. Ill i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 6tC 9828 CARTERET SAVINGS AND LOAN ASS. ICIATF N, Plaintiff, \ s. CHARLFIS Flil.SoXt, JR., and P X'l'Sl' I'i il.Si >M, ':. •' itc ind s A GRIMALDI, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: CHARLES FY>LBi>M. JR., and PATSV F'oi.soM, his wife RESIDENCE UNKNOWN You are hereby nottfll 1 that the above oaptioasd •' tloB has been instituted aKain-t you iu the Circuit Court of the Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dade county to foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real property: Lot 16. Block 21 First Addition to MYRTLE GROVE, iccordins t" the Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book. r.7 al Page 2 of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida, You are required to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with th Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a COP) thereof upon plaintiff's attorney, MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor Had.Federal BuUdlng, Miami 32, Florida, not later than November 21st, IM1, or i 1 • •• Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated October 13, 1981. F: B I,F;ATHF:RMAN. Clark Circuit Co -:. Dade County. Florida (seal) B) HELFJN KESSLER, Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff I Ith Floor Dade F'ederal Building Miami 'ii, Florida 10 10-17. 11 '3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAXV NOTK'F: IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SILVFJR OF MIAMI at ;IU9 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami. F'la.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IRA SILVER EVELYN SILVER Sole Owners 10/20-27. 11/1-10 against vou on Plaintiff's attorney. GEORGE NICHOLAS. 1218 N.W. 7th c'ircuu''cour'tof'V.ade'Coun'ty. Florida St.. Miami^Fla., and file original with Dated %  M ami Beach, Florida, this 19th day of October. 1961. MOSAM CORP By: IC L Copperman, President HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Applloaat II i Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach. Fla, 10 27. 11/3-10-17 Clerk of this Court on or before 21st day of November. 1961, otherwise complaint will be confessed by you. DATF:D. October nth. 1961. F:. 11. LBATHERMAN. Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) i'.v : C. P. COPBLAND Deputy Clerk 10/20-::. u 'g-io NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTICK is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of STATK LIQI'ORS #:,. INC. at 34R7 Coral Way. Miami intend-, to register said name with 'he Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MoSAM CORP By: M 1. Copperman. President HARRY ZUKERNICK, Attorney 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beai h, F'la. 10/20-27, 11/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTiCE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under -he fictitious name of CCs's LANDSCAPING SERVICE at number MM s xx' lith street in the Clt) ol Miami. Florida intends to resistor th.-aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 10th dav of October, I'.il GUM ZITI8 GEORGE, AME8A BITTER 1150 S.W Isl St.. Miami. F'l.. Attorneys for Applicant 10/20-27. 11/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HURBBy GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HUM-IT FVMil" STORES at 87W S.W. 62nd Avenue intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida RFTJtNARTi OF:iSF:RMAN THFIODOKF: IVFJS SIDNEY F.'F'RONSO.N Attorney for Applicants 141 Security Trust Bldg. 10/20-17. 11/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engase in busines.under the fictitious name of M.xxxiXM ixs BV ROBBIE LYNN at 1096 F:. lith Street Hlaleah, Florida Intendt gJgtgV said name with tlie Clerk of the CUCUlt Court ol Dado County. Florida. ROBBIB LYNN. INC. a Florida corpora' ion 1097. E. 18th sRial -aii. Fla, ALBERT U ROSEN Attorne) for Robbie l.vnn. Inc. .. 10 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. 10/27, 11/3-10-17



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Friday. November 10, 1961 *\Zem"*#? HoriidlHrhgi Page 11-A Algerian Jews to Migrate, ORT Chief Haber Predicts reception thai France h : %  al A ays offered to refugees Brd al o .1 steady stream of immigrants from North Africa. %  Pictured at the entrance to the Supreme Court Building in Washington, DC, are Louis Ossinsky, sr., and his two sons, Max (left) and Louis, jr. (right), all of Daytona Beach, Fla. Ossinsky, sr., sponsored both son* for admission 'o practice before the Supreme Court of the United States. He is prominent in Florida State B'nai B'rith affairs. Eichmann Verdict Due Dec. 15; Reading Will Take Six Days PHILADELPHIA —(JTA) Dr William Haber, president of, the American ORT Federation, dii Closed this week that the Won,I ORT Union was building a new school in Marseilles, twice as li as the old one, in preparation for nn anticipated substantial immigration of Algerian Jew to Frai Speaking af the lfith national convention of the Women's Amer iean ORT. I)r. Haber a.lded he doubted that the new sehool "and all the rcsl we have dene to inte' grate North African Jews in France" would be adequate preparation "for the kind of mass immigration that we may soon face in France." He told the delegates that ORT schools in France would continue to grew both because of the North African influx and because "of the population explosion of a new generation of Jewish youth." He added that ORT facilities in France, Italy and elsewhere in Europe were "a vital factcr in strengthening Jewish identification and communal belor.'jing." Dr. Haber also reported that eight United Slates missions in African countries had informed the International Cooperation Administration in Washington that the) wanted a survey of vocational training needs in those countries to be performed by ORT special ists. He said teams of ORT experts were sent to those countries and that their field studies were complete. Their report would he submitted soon to the It'A. he said. "The surveys." Dr. Haber pointed out. "were an unusual assignment" for a Jewish organization because of the scope of the studies "called for laying down the basic principles on which coordinated national systems of vocational education could be established" and on how new nations "should pro ceed in meeting their technical training problems." He reported that ORT student | enrollment in Israel was glowing ecuon oi ine d R nni B nth Dls r ict 5, Frank at the rate of about 30 percent a lor iiiKincidi I... .... „. r... i 11.11..,. Continued from Page 1-A will be translated, simultaneously, into French and German. The reading of the verdict is expected to take six days. Stenographers and translators working for the court in the preparation oi the final verdict are being held incommunicado, and all precautions have been taken against rev elation of the verdict prior to its delivery in court. A leaflet stenciled in German and warning Jews in viciously antiSemitic language of the •"terrible penalty" awaiting them if former Gestapo Col Eichmann is judged guilty was found in evening pickups ol the Jerusalem post office. The leaflet concluded with "Hell Eichmann. faithful to Germany." Postal authorities could not gay whether the leaflet came by mail or in seme other way. Meanwhile the Minister Superior Administrative Court confirmed a lowe ed, until the current stage of the trial, to 110,000 marks (527,000) and that he had received only $20,000 from the Israel government. He said that he had accepted the money "in the hope of being able to pay it back later with a German government grant." year, adding that ORT schools tlW JMM^nrnlimg" lO.OOO students a year and that '.he figure would be 15.000 "before long." He said there would be 3.000 appren tices in training In IIRT s< hools in Israel and that there would be "five and six thousand not manj years Mom now." The possibility that French I Jewry may have to face a problem of massive Jewish immigration into France from Algeria, regardless of the outcome of any political settlement in that area, was also raised by Dar.iel Mayer, a former French Cabinet Minisi ter and chairman of the executive committee of the World ORT Union. Mr. Mayer told the convention thai French Jewry would "need much assistance in the alleviation of these human problems." He referred to France's postwar role as a haven for immigrants, and pointed out that France alone, of | all European countries, had a larger Jewish population today than before the war. This, he said, was due to the tradition of sanctuary and friendly I SHERATON MEM'ONFIRM BOTH IT'S DONE VIA RESEMIBON SHERATONS EXCLUSIVE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER! .-.it. yuwr nediesi Sneraion rtotal nr fHftmtop Reservation Office SHERATON HOTELS 60 hot.lt in 42 cities co.it to coast in the US*., in Hawaii, in Canada, and oveiteaa ADL Appoints Nominating Unit The 1961 nominating committee for the Florida regional board of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith has been selected. Paul Seiderman. board chairman, revealed Wednesday. Presiding over the committee, whose responsibility it is to present a slate of officers to the League's annual meeting, is Judge Sam I. Silver. ADL vice chairman. Serving with Judge Silver are Judge Milton A. Friedman, presi claim Eicnmun .or !" f" J Klelnfeldi 0 f St. Petersburg. Milton aid from the West German govern• JJ^ Al Sc hnel der. president of the Jacksonville Jewish Community Council. Harry Simonhoff. and I ment to help pay the costs of his trial last summer in Jerusalem. i iy ^ The Cologne Administrative Court | \( rs Bernard Supworth. members had rejected F.ichmann's claim on grounds that the crimes with which he was charged by the Israel prosecution were not committed "in the course of military duty." Dr. Robert Servatius, Eichmann's chief defense counsel in the four-month trial, said he would appeal to the West German Federal Administrative Court in Monster. He said that costs of rhe defense had amountof ADL's executive committee. Posts for which the term ol of-, fice has expired and which by ADL's by-laws require new staffing are that of regional board chairman and chairman of the executive committec. Seiderman has served as board chairman for the past three years. 1 having succeeded George J. Talianoff. Burnett Roth has served as chairman of the executive commit tee for the past three years. I O* Old Milwaukee HENRY E. MANGELS CO. 3550 N.W. 58th ST. Miami, Florida Announce Way To Help Drain At/8 Sinus Cavities Without Discomfort New 3-layer decongestant tablet acts to drain clogged sinus cavities, relieve congestion and its painful pressure New York. N. Y. (Special) Announcement has been made of a new tablet development which has the remarkable ability to help drain clogged sinus cavities and thus relieve congestion and pressure. The headaches, pressure pains, stuffed-up head, nasal drip,clogged breathing all the unrelenting symptoms the sinus sufferer knows so well-are attacked directly by improving drainage of the sinus areas. Most remarkable of all is the fact that this is accomplished with extraordinary speed and without discomfort of any kind. This new tablet does its remarkable work internally, through the blood stream. It deposits into every drop of blood plasma a new medication which is carried to the sinus area, where it shrinks the swollen doors to the sinus cavities and helps drain away the pain-causing pressure and congestion. The shrinking substance in this new tablet has been so successful topically in promoting drainage of the sinus cavities that it is now prescribed more widely by doctors than any material for this purpose. This new medication is now available at drug counters without the need for a prescription under the name, Dristan* Tablets. Dristan Tablets can be used with assurance. They will drain away paincausing pressure and congestion of all the sinus cavities, relieve pain and distress. Remember, the exclusive Dristan formula cannot be duplicated. Accept no substitutes. Miller Electric Co. of Miami, Inc. QUALITY CONTRACTING & SERVICE 3905 N.W. 37th Ct. Ph. NE 3-2686 To Serve You it Our Pleasure Ed. J. Vischi Real Estate in All its Branches 12416 N.E. 7 th AVENUI Phon. PL 4-4661 < When you move to town...or to a new home... Your Welcome Wagon Hostesswill call with a basket of gifts ... and friendly greetings from our religious, civic and business leaders. If you, or others you know, are moving, be sure to phone Welcome Wagon. HI 84994 WELCOME WAGON ft*!. E



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Page 14-B Jenisti FleridHciin Friday, November 10, 195, John Gavin and Susan Hayward in a scene from Fannie Hurst's "Back Street." a human love story of the "other woman" in a married man's life. The cast in this color production includes Vera Miles, Virginia Grey and Reginald Gardiner. "Back Street" is currently showing at Wometco's Carib, Miami, Miracle, 163rd Street and Gateway Theatres. Judy Garland rehearses with producer-director Stanley Kramer in a scene from the up-coming movie, "Judgment at Nuremberg." Miss Garland will be in Miami Beach in person Saturday, Nov. 25, at Miami Beach Convention Hall for a recreation of her famous Carnegie Hall concert. Local attorney Alan Sherr and Jordan Gilman, of Hollywood, Fla., are producing the one-night, one-woman show here. Miss Garland's role in "Nuremberg," previewed at the Lincoln here, has already won her a long list of film offers. Mande Quartet performed America in Coral Gables, tet in C, K. 465, by Mozart the Violin Concerto in D, Mcnde, violin, end Mimi Quartet are 'left to right) Florence Granville, viola; Arts League WE!! Hear Highlights Beethoven, Dvorak Slated Raya Garbousova will perform Anton Dvorak's Concerto in B minor at the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra's second pair of subscription concerts on Sunday and Monday evenings. Nov. 12 and 13. at Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. Fabian Sevitzky will conduct. Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 is the major orchestral work of the evening, and Sevitzky's own transcription of Johann Sebastian Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D minor will also be heard. The year 1961 marks the 120th anniversary of the birth of Dvorak. Czechosolvakia's most prolific and best-known composer. The cello concerto was inspired by another concerto Dvorak heard in 1895. with Victor Herbert as soloist with the New York Philharmonic Symphony. Mme. Ciarbousova. a favorite with composers and orchestra conductors around the world, has had compositions written especially lor her by such noted contemporary com•rs .riheon and card party at Dora August Memorial Hall" 500 SW 17th ave.. on day noon. On Saturday, Nov 18. at 8:15 p.m.. (he Miami Beach Music and Arts I eague, in coi Deration with Dr. Delmar E. Solcm. of the drama department of the University of Miami, and Dr. Paul Csonka. of the Opera Guil.i of Greater Miami, will I resent "The Anatomy of an Opera"' at the Roney Plaza hotel. Highlights from Shakespeare's ''Othello'' will be compared with corresponding parts of Verdi's opera "Otello." Artists who will appear are Barbara Miller, Vince Petti. Anthony Cutler. Rosa Rosamund. Edmund Cava, and Manuel Cabrera. 'Freezer 1 Card Party Beth Emeth Sisterhood will hold a "lreezer" card party on Saturday night at the congregation. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Funds raised will be used toward the purchase of a new lreezer for the kitchen. Memorial Meet For Seitlin Bialik Branch of Farband will hold a memorial meeting Wednesday evening at the Farband Cultural Center, 842 Washington ave. The meeting will pay tribute to the memory of the late Henry Seitlin. a co-founder and lite-long member of Bialik Branch of Farband. The service is scheduled for 8 p.m. Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service C I f A 7 f • MIAMI'S MIIT An Exclusive laundry far Diapers and Baby Clothes 2111 N.W. 10tfc AVtNUf PHONE Ftft-55t3 ROOFING CO. M Yort Is Miami M*am D.pwdoblllt, PfiLTMR -roofig A Repairs AH Typ. Reef* — Sine* 1920 ASK FOR FREE ESTIMATES ON ROOFING Phone FR 3-6244 WK AT FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on W K AT -FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE \ CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! W K AT -FM



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Page 14-A vJenist fkridfian Friday, November Browsinq With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN November Thoughts: Just What is Jewish Literature? |OVEMBER is Jewish Book Month. What is a Jewish boi k. really? A book by j Jewish author, ome; hut this is surely absurd. Many books by Jewish author-, have nothing whatever to do with anything Jewish: Herman Wouk's "The Caine Mutiny.'.' i an example To seize on a book limply be%  a ise <>f : %  writer's identit) is the mo.useless kind ol chauvinism A book la its content, not its author. A book with a major Jewish character, then 0 Perhaps; but this is too broad. Bernard Malamud's : book. A New Life." has a Jew lor its central character. But S. Levin's name is nearly the onlyJewish thing about him. One could make a case for hiJewi-hness because his problem is the problem 01 many Jews; but it is also the problem ot many non-Jews, and in .he terms of the book, it is unfair nfine it. But. it is said, if an author or a main character > Jewish, then certainly we can expect some Jewish philosophy, -ome ethos, to permeate the book in some sure. Ah, now we are down to it. Jewish philosophy, e'hos, culture, problems, a particular concern with what we consider particularly Jewish — these in a book will surely-label it "Jewish." With this remembrance: that a non-Jewish author can often write as well in these areas — witness, Joyce's "Ulysses" — and that the appearance of a major character who is Jewish does not insure this Jewishii —witness, Malamud. or better. Naphta in "The Magic Mountain." or better yet, Swann in Proust. United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON U Thant May Hold Key to Mid East Peace United Nations T HE MAN presumably designated for the highest post in the United NationSecretariat. U Thant of Burma, lace-, in some respect the toughest job as yet contronting any ot the prcviousecretaries general here. For. on one Iron*. U Thant personally, as well as hut ', eminent and his Prime Minister U Nu. are committed. They are committed to peace between the Araband Israel. Not merely in the formal sense, but actively. Both Trygve Lie and Dag Hammarskjold. U Tbant's predecessors, worked for peace in general. which includethe Middle East. But, unlike the others. U Thant had spoken up on the Middle East issue, not once but many times— and he had done %  o in the friendliest terms as far as Israel is concerned. i Nu and U Thant. as is well known, had visited Israel in 1955. Later. Burma published a book giving its evaluation ot Israel. It was no secret that the book had been written bj U Thant—since he had been press director lor his government and. in 1955. secretary tor projectin the office of Prime Minister U Nu .lu-t what Burma thinks of the possibility of neaci bel en the Arab states and Israel has been Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR U.S. Policy Defined yyHAT is THE attitude ol the Amerl" can Government toward the Arab refugee issue? This question is being Bski i by leaders of American Jewish organizations in connection with the forthcoming debate on this issue at the United Nations Assembly. One of the high-ranking non-Jewish members of the American delegation to the UN has, therefore, agreed to outline the U.S. views on this subject. He will shortly address a private meeting of a group of American Jewish leaders and will present to them a clear picture of the American efforts to see the Arab refugee problem solved Themood in Washington, as summarized to me by a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, is to see the problem solved through the three-pronged way of reratriation. compensation and resettlement. The United States would like to see Israel readmit about ten percent < 1 the Arab refugee. The others should recieve compensation for their property and should be resettled perm a• ently in Arab countrii s. This, it is said, was indicated by Presi lent Kennedy to Israel's Prime Minister David BenGurion when thej met early this year for a brief talk in New York Israel has already readmitted 48.500 of the? Arab refuge* s under a plan oi reunion of Arab families and by permitting some illegally entered refugees to remain in the country. The Israel Government has also indicated its readiness to consider the payment of compensation under certain conditions. As to resettlement of the Arab refugees, there exists the 14 billion dollar proposal for such resettlement made by the late UN Secretary Genera] Dag Hammarskjold. And the U.S. Government is willing to participate generous!) in this plan aimed at the Integration of the Arab refugees in the economy of the Arab lands. Busy as President Kennedy is now with the Berlin cri-is and other urgent world affairs, he nevertheless does not lose sight of the Arab-Israel situation and considers the solution of the Arab retugee question of prime importance. However, his present policy is to have the U.S. back the recommendation of the UN Palestine Conciliation Commission which is composed of France, the U.S. and Turkey. And all indications point to the fact that the recommendations of this commission will not reach their tinal formulation this year. -r.elled out many times by both U Nu and U Thant What they want, first of all. iArab recognition of Israel, As long as our Arab triends refuse to accept the tact of Israel." -aid I Nu. "there can be no real progress toward a solution. But once this lact i.accepted, we feel that the principal psychological barrier to a settlement will be removed, and the way opened to the ending of the present deadlock." On every occasion possible, since U Nu made that statement to his own Chamber of Deputies in 1957. I Thant has been quoting that speech. What he wants, above all, is ill Arab recognition of Israel; l2) peace negotiations between the Arab states and I.-rael. It must be recalled that, though very friendly to Israel. Burma has never alienated the Arabs. Burma attended the Bandung Conference in 1955— as well as the Belgrade Conference of "neutral" nations last summer And. at each of these conferences, as well as at many others, it was U Thant who represented hiGovernment. Thus, it is seen here, if there is any single man v ho could talk peace to the Arabs without being snubbed or rejected—U Thant is the man. He holds the peculiar position of a diplomat who had taken a stand as a lriend of both Arabs and Israel. U Thant has been his country's permanent representative here since 1957 He knew Hammarskjold '•'11 — and he understood perfectly that Hammarkjold had banked his career on the drive toward i ace. But, in one sense, he is a step ahead of Hammarskjold. There were timehere, before the ngo embroilment, when Hammarskjold, too. hud I oped to use Arab • Israel %  toward Hammarskjol i had to shunt the Middle Ea • ssue-5 aside. U Thant is expected to giv< "i attenl l the Middle Bast. At :.J. this .-mail, smiling, quiei man, who has erved his Government acti\ ly [or exactly tei {hly -killed diploma!, lie is too good ,i diplomatic craftsman to seek or try to achieve melodramatic success, But there is no doubt that the Middle Fast and its problems—foremost among them Arab-Israeli hostilities— rank highest among his regional priorities. That is where he laces that toughe-t challenge ol all. Patience will be required on the part of all sides —Arab and Israel. But the good will as well as the skill to back up the best of intentions U Thant could talk to Nasser as even Hammarskjold could not— because he is trusted. At the same time, he has the highest confidence of the Israelis. The dark hour when Hammarskjold died for peace may yet. in the person of U Thant. turn out to have been the dawn of a new day. when peace will Mght by the quiet, friendly man from Burma. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ :: is admittedly a wide definition ]; ,„ ., i i r.e; people have diflerinu ideas on vilmtl -:,;tf,cJewish philosophy — on what constitni Jews. even. Ard the fact that we feel ., need toft :iy a book as Jewish does not m. e ( w continue to watch the works of Jewish author' 11 .-ardless of what sort of books they write, to seevfe icompelling them in general; nor do we ignore^ non-Jewish authors, to see what is confoundioit Western culture, in general. Jev'sh literature is being written today ink main fields: fiction, martyrology. hi->ry -'. %  uuid li.ciUv-c biography i. and philosophy .L wculd include theology). A book ma) overlaptCa categories, of course; but ordinarily ,i 1S on j v the field of fiction that it sometimes becon cult to determine "Jewishness." Whj determine i at all? — not for diusiveness. nor to separate it fn the mainstream of writing. We label -inrplx a< guide tor those especially interested in following(L direction of Jewish culture. Jewish Bonk Month was created | ourug or what is available in recent Jewish writing, anta remind us of the great wealth of centuries which has always been available. I would be remiss if I did not urge you to stay abreast of the footsU ; youromi heritage, and at the same time, never, nevei lect the literary landscape of the world if which Jen walk. One must know both worlds, be ,-c the relationship between them is. in essence, hat all-.he Jewish books are about. Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPWI Strange Anti Religion "31 JulOSCOW GIVES THE c ( c n light J 1 *" publication of a bi monthly that is| Jewish only in the alpbebetic sense the gullible at once interpret it a? a sipl of retraction of a policy that tor mortl than a decade has been aimed at brutal] eradication of all Jewish root; in the I Soviet Union. A poet writes an hone-! poem about anti-Semitism in Russia and j he comes under the fire of the commissars in the arts. But wishful-thinking innocents here at once hail the poetic outpouring as a good omen on the theory that one doesn't dare poetize so frankly in the Soviet Union unless he has received a nod from the red sanctum A visitor is given the red carpet treatment by Soviet officials who always know what they are doing and why. and e comes back pi i tificating softness and optimism. what •the truth? Much truth written about thi • thi Jev in the Soviet I i foreign corr %  frisodl} to thi Si t (Union. The most telling i M r*s %  • as told by Maurii i %  • 'Home Witti published some months : hy Doubleday, %  luthor cit< he i into the motivations behind l • lamiy no ore would have thought, except i structure capable of emu It vend the black hundred of czarisl political experiment, the mightiest revolution in history.ii row more than 43 years old. yet the Jews i ne ol all natonals are the country's stepchildren, as 11.; lus calls then in the chapter dealing with the Jewish situation In 1930 the Mongol tribe of Chukchi in northern Siberia was given a written language by the Soviet Union even though it consisted of some 12,000 tribesmen. But the estimated 2.268.000 Jews of which more than a fifth gave Yiddish as their mother tongue in a recent census, have since i948 been denied all publishing facilities. Why 0 The answer can be found in what one Jew told Hindus ina conversation: "For Christians there is always enough paper, enough of everything. But we Jews are in goluth here. Maybe you know an American Jew who has a prayer book?"' About Jews and Sailors and Bagels and Lox 1A/HEN WE WERE kids. I remembe" we would ;,-k. When is a sailor no lor'.' The answer was when he il a board. When is a Jew not a Jew? Rab bi Nissim, of Israel, doesn't think the Bene Israel, the Indian Jews, are Jews: and he is not pleased with them. The Psalmist says. "I was glad when they! said unto me, Let us go into the House| of the Lord." 1 ihink that is the right attitude. We should be glad when anyone cares to go to the synagogue. Rabbi Nissim comes from Iraq. He has a very nice face, and I am sure is a very sincere and fine fellow and fine Jew. according to his lights Recently, the Israeli daily. Maariv. told oi the visit of Rabbi Nissim to a kibbutz where he addressed the children and deplored th? lact that a few Israelis had deviated so far from Judaic ideas as to raise pigs. I hope, said Rabbi Nissim, that there no pigs around here. A little girl called out. -You ought to see my little sister." I agree with the rabbi about pigs, • :1 not wllh him in his views about the Bene Israel. Just when is a Jew a Jew? Does one have t< kcep *.., of the 613 Statutes of the Torah? Was Einstein a J Freud? Dr. SaJk" Ben-Gurion? You have to deline differently to include all of these. A friend of mine says that his test of a Jew;isi K* eats ba,gel and lox for breakfast. Max Nordau used toi of -baud) Jews" .stomach Jews'. He was rcternng those who had repudiated all Jewish ties, but cvcr> ..,. and then they slunk back to the Jewish sections M'"^ ously for a bit of cholent. kreplach or other items 01 J cookery. My father many years ago used to tell the st0 ^|f^ a European Jewish leader who visited the U.S. lebnty said that on hs arrival in New York, he wasiw to the Rumanian shul. the Hungarian stall, me M shul, the Czechoslovak shul. the Yugo-siav shul. me ker shul. the Bialystroker shul. the WalkowjSkei snui, no one took him to a Jewish shul.



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Friday, November 10, 1961 -knkttrkrSdi&r) Page 13-A 1 JEWISH MORALISTS • %  FrirK3licVay of the Righteous A Book of Moral> ( 1 5th Century) The thread on which the differI ent rood qualities of human beings -re fining as pearls, is the fear of Cod. When the fastenings of this ; fear are unloosed, the pearls roll in all directions, and are lost one by one. Even a single grave moral fault may be the rum of all other advantages; as when, for example one is always letting off his mini excellence by bringing into prominence his neighbor's failing*. Never put in WOtd$ anything which can call up a blush on thine own cliee^ or malje another's grow pale. Be not blind, but open-eyed to the great wonders of Nature familiar rreryddv objects thotlgl' r/:e> he to thee. But men are >• %  %  -'.• • Jt the sun s than .;: his unfailing rise, aim < %  < i. the highof nil merits is love of Gml In comparison with .•' %  apturei thai all other delights pale n those we have in our children 7 M soul reachei [hi enchantment of this joy. is destined to enter into the appointed Place where life Return to Jewish Home Can Assure Our Survival lavni 9 j Irreligious d^ife By RABBI HAROLD RICHTER Dade Heights Jewish Congregation There can be little doubt that Judaism is in the process of a religious revival. Judged from outer manifestations, it appears that it is a revival expressed in numbers —ol synagogues, of members and of dollars. Judaism likes numbers. | As a Hebrew expression has it, "With a multitude of people we glorify the King." But Judaism also requires the heart and the spirit, and as yet the spiritual growth lags behind the material manifestations of a revival. One of the reasons for this spiritual lag is that Jewish leadership has fostered a synagogue directed return. This is quite understandable; without the synagogue ; there can be no Jewish life. HowSU To foster a revival of Judaism, we-cannot overstress the importance of Jewish education for girls. Too many American Jewish parents have retained the old-fashioned concept that Jewish education is for boys alone. This is an error which is greatly responsible for the spiritual lag in American Jewry. ._k-,„.„ To be sure, there are many forces in American Jewish Me laboring to restore the sanctity of the Jewish home. If we are successful in directing our return to the Jewish home, the future of Judaism will be secure. ibM tooa an. wn I : •• i • T n • ; .Dsm w rrm ofee-naa T T I V r V V T V I I I V T 1 .-tfsrva ibbb Diix, wnnoon tiV HK rate -irrira K 1 ??! fmap iscaf tn ^irtr-'oa *ro D-Treort on .mam-iraa tarffij 1 nrft mayinnstfa I ivi r • : T:T : : • .niro"ia ,, jixa DTpstfo in 1 ? •?DIK DDttf rrnx ~itfK?~ /narfr -rax /'^y ^5 Wfl -wa rjltt^ nx -raa xin : T •• T • T.npoolKa DDIC? nrn'? D^iyn PIS1J31895 n?tfa D^nDns xas-nfc rTurn TDnXn X32..1 nniOO ftl formed is executed '< T ITT T • ]i Si which is worn bww s, nX rrnJS TO^Xm .D^OIJ 1 ? bath, as well as on weekdays, is E T • : tnus to be donned before the Tefilft^Yt .OWn "TliTtl T%PJ} \ lin which are worn only on week'*"' : : •_ L.. days. (Joseph Karo. Beth Foseph, OS? "ID? .Off^ 19J5 D1D ITur, Orach Chay.m, 25). *pinix nx mn ini? 1 ? an Aa-in nx naizn fry niaan By RABBI SAMUEL J. ro Why is the Tali* put on before the ! Morality ITpon which Thought and Development la Built." — e — ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. R. Vusko. president. •e — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3-d ave. Conservative. R,-!bbi Neman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W L.psojl, .. i |c] a > .1TI | in i.ii ">i li ''i"'. PN' %  iI • ir %  •.s ill i %  -• ll.ij a.m. %  a — BETH EL. 5C-1&W '7th ave. Orthodox. Raobi Solomon Schi'f. %  irlda} 5:15 i -1 i I da • '• %  .. i ni'l; M hi \ M 11 H Itj — e — BETH EMETH. 122CO NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Chap ro. Cantor Hymsn Fine. F Ida s v "> i' 'i>. KWrinon M in) We Alwayx si Siit.miiis 8:4J a.m. — e — BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday a.m. Sernon: "A Tfirah of Truth." Mosha Oreenberg will !>•• Kue.t speaker >t Shi.lis Seudon. Hprbert Berver "( the Hur-au of Jewish KduoatW.n will speak at Ladlea' Onag Shabbat at 4 p.m. — e — BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchca. Irlday i:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Armistice and the Cold War." — e — BETH RAPHAEL. 130 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. — e — BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Bcn-Zicn Kirschenbaum. Friday B:30 and 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "We Must Oppose the United States Nuclear Testing." Saturday 8:41 a.m. Bar Mltarvah: Jeffrey, son of Mr. und Mrs. Howard Davidson; David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred llloom. •ntTM TFILAH. 036 Euclid •<*•. Ofthodex. Plabbl Joseoh r Rackovaky Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Israel at the Present Time." e — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Oershon Levin. Friday T,:!l and S:3u p.m. Sermon: "LaSmn'fl Labor of l>ove." Satiiniiis 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah: N-ll, s<.n of Mr. and .Mrs. H<>bert •Grossman. — e — OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel MandelFriday S:30 p.m. Oueai xpeaker: Mra. Barnard Supworth, member of exec utlve committee Florida region AntlDefamatlon League, B'nal r:'riih. will talk on 'Jewish Book Month." Batnrday 8:30 a.m. Bermon: "Portion of the week." — a — FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald Lerer. Friday 5:80 and 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a in. Bar Mltavah: Nllchael, ton of Mr. anil Mis. Max Mnnskin. — e — HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heiibraun. — e — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday 5:45 ami B:15 p.m. Bermon: "War No More." Baturdaj I 15 a.m. \u\< Mltavah: Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs Bam Kratish. — e — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. — e — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: '•The War Vet.rans are Still Here." by Milton Miller, president of the t'onteregation. Service dedicated to and conducted by Jewish War Veterans. Saturday 9 a.m. — • — TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reisman. — e — TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday 8:lTi p.m. Guest speaker: Arthur Roslohan, director of Greater Miami Jew'nh Federation, will dlsiiiss "Miami — Today and Tomorrow." Saturday 11:15 a.m. — e — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstruction^. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "IJttle Men with liis; Hombs—I'nn We Hide from Them?" Saturday 10:30 a.m. Sermon: "Message of Malnchl, the Hebrew Prophet." — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Friday X:::0 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. I Ida] I "0 p.m. Installation "f Jun'•or Congregation officers. Saturday 8 a.in. I GEMS OF WISDOM D.i not lall; while eating, lest the Windpipe act he/ore the gullet, ami !;fe be endangered. TALMII. U ;< s begin J meal with Torah md a benediction; tlie hemlien. I M MUD • w\ ''• before eating rest %  /-'. • no) rai i .I'lislv |II!I>IK :':, ••:, Uth RU WlfBOUl Qiithing space. MAIMONIDI Eat a lliinl. drink a llurj. and leaic a third of your itomacli empty, so iliat if you get angry you'li have your fill. TALMUD. • Ton eat to live. >oti do not live to eat. BAADYA. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Fiidav 8:15 p.m. Oueat speaker: Dr. Max Karl, rational director. National ronference of Clirlstians and Jews, will dls.-usH •Fallout Shelters — Salvation'."' Saturday 10:45 a.m. — e — TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing, ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adter. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. PridM BUS p.m. Sermon: "What Judaism Teaches About Man and God." Tribute to the public school teachers of the Temple's rellplous school student. Reception following in their honor. — e — TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "MOBCS. a Hh-xraphy." Saturday 10:30 a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Darryl, son of Dr. and Mrs. Maurice BllnVI. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein, hriday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Veterans Of* Peace," Chaplain Samuel Foupko of the Jacksonville Naval Hase. Gmdr. Percy Kriedlander of .IWV Post 723 will he honored durinic special Veterans Day Service. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the I.aw." Itar Mltavah: Martin, sun of Mi. and Mrs. Jack Koscnthat. — e — TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Klaus — Our Symbol of Peace." Saturday 8:45 am. Sermon: -Weekly Portion." — e — TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. Friday 8:18 p.m Bermon: "Do we Need a New Theologj '.'" — • — TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "if Only tii-> Veteran "f Yeateryeai Could Speak." Ones Shabbat boat: Jewlah War Veteran Poet 881 and Auxiliary ill honor of Veteran'* Day. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion of the I.aw." — e — TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8.43 a.m. — e — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax. man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Ten and the Sword." One*; Shabbat hosts: Norman Bruce Hrown Post and Auxiliary 174, West Miami Post and Auxiliary 12S, in honor of Veterans Day. — e — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can. tor Albert Glantx. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Voice of Jacob, the Hands of Esan." Oneg Shabbat host: Marshall Comls In honor of" birthday of hie mother, Mrs. Pearl Conns. Saturday 9 a.m. Bermon: "Famine in the L*nd of the Spirit." — e — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. irlday 8:15" p.m. Sermon: "Our Defenders of the State." Saturday 9:30 a.m. Bar Mitivah": Harry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cdhn. aani ii—iiiainiiiiiiii i %  T CANDIEUGHTING TIME 2 Kislev — 5:19 pan. I •-.•>.



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Friday, November 10, 1961 *Jewisti flcr£cfi&n Paqe 3-B BerMrs. division afte leaders of Greater Miami Section on the Council story. Section officers participating in the discussion were president, Mrs. Sidney Lewis; vice presidents. Mrs. William Brenner, Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim. Mrs, Raymond Rubin; and division planning steering comepproved by the three B'nai B'rith Women's trict 5; and Mrs. Max ^ern service chairmen, ^^ chajrman Mrs J( ;in c L h Councils of South Florida to provide a corps Miami Beach Counc.l. For GMJCC: Mrs. Oi volunteers to staff the program for older George A. Simon, vice president EfraimH. %  riulSat the four branches of the Greater Gale, executive director; Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Miami Jewish Community Center. Volunteers honorary president and president of the fedMiami, Miami Beach and North Dadeeration of Jewish Women s_ Organizations. Charles Plotkin, director. Senior Citizens Department; end Emanuel Tropp, associate director. New Council Division Formed The South Dade Division of the Levey, public affairs; Mrs National Council of Jewish Women, nard Loring. membership; newest division in the Council famiAbraham Eisenman, service; Mrs. h was recently formed when CounArthur Gilbert, administration, Cii leaders and prospective memMrs. Irwin Morse, treasurer and libers met at Ihe home of Mrs. Abranancial secretary: and Mrs. A. ham Eisenman, 7425 SW 126th st. Budd Cutler, recording secretary. Twenty-six South Dade women Next meeting will be held on became charter members of the Wednesday. 9:30 a m. a. he "ome informal-Talks by of Mrs. irwm Morse. 500 Campana Mrs. William Epstein. Secave. tion Braille chairman, will present a braille demonstration. \ Major undertaking in service to senior citizens David J. Sachs coordinator. MtodjMl > ., 7 __i_ ___ : .\_ „ n^-iiiocMrc ftlfcwfl Reich, nresident ol Dis,'launched this week with an agreement .activities; Mrs. Alfred Reich, presiden i i._ i i v_~; nv;v. Wnman'c trirt .Sr nnd Mrs. Max Ken For GMJCC: man. Temporary chairmen have been •hosen to lead the new division. daughters of America Daughters of America, a national, non sectarian organization, whose major purpose is to stimulate patriotism, is organizing a Miami Beach Council. First meeting will he Wednesday evening at the home from the .. Broward Counci's of BBW have been called iattend the initial orientation training sest on Tuesday. Left to right (for BBW) are Mrs. They arc Mrs. Marvin L. Zank, orot Mrs. Evelyn Decky. 935 9til St. ganizins chairman; Mrs. Burton Margretejones will be co-hostess. Jewish Ccm. Center and B'nai B'rith Werners Launch Senior Citizens Program idorsement. Final details of the program wen worked out by a joint committee, and the undertaking was approved by the board [of the Center this week. A call wer.f out several days ago o all BBW members, announcing the first orientation and training institute for volunteers, which will be conducted next Tuesday at the Center's Miami Branch, 450 SW 16th ave. The training session will begin at 10:30 a.m., and continue until 2:30 p.m. Following the training program, interested applicants will be interviewed by Charles Plotkin. director of the Center's Senior Citizens Department, and will be assigned to specific duties immediately. Volunteer workers will be utilized at each of the Center's lour branches. Assignments will inEleven chapters of Southeastern area and Hollywood will be sponj c i U( j c group leadership responsioperation in behalf of the older adult. The step is in line with the policy of the national BBW. office, which urges local chapters to engage in service to the senior citizen. After, thorough discussion at the meetings of all 18 chapters new program of volunteer Btrvice in behalf of senior citizens u. s inaugurated this week through greement between the three B'nai B'rith Women's Councils of South Florida and the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. As am i meed jointly by Mrs. Allied Reich president of BBW, District coming under the three South; E and A. Budd Cutler. GMJCC Florida Councils, of BBW—Miami, i president, this will mark a major Miami Beach and North Dade-1 development in community co : Brow ard—the plan met with enSoutheast Florida ORT Sabbath Will Mark Organization's Worthy Program sunshine fashions trend setter In the south A> %  > Shop Burdine's for the South's widest assortments best in values newest in fashion and home trends. Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop ... the nicest way to own what you want when you want it. Shop monjjy end fridy nights, miatni, miami beach 'til 163rd tlrt, ft. UudardaU, w*t plm bch 'til *:30 Florida region of Women's Amerisored by the following chapters: can ORT will participate in special J-abbath services Friday, Nov. 17, \ Greater Miami chapter at Temu TK I,';;' t pie Emanu-El; Miami Beach Afterhononng the activities ot ORT. An chapters. Temple annual observance ORT'Sabbath Zanders, Temple I! held in synagogues and temples., %  • ,,„„„_.,,,_. honor lagogue throughout the country in ol the work done by ORT. ORT is a worldwide organization providing vocational education and Menorah; North Dade, Congregation Yehudah Moshe; Greynolds Park, Adath Yeshurun Synagogue. North Miami chapter, Dade training to needy and uprooted Heights Jewish Congregation; Jewish people. Its program seeks Coral Gables, Beth David Congre-1 | eve) of worK a ne to achieve economic freedom tor tuition; South Miami, Temple Beth po int ol effectiveness. the individual. Am; South West Miami, Southwest oKT operates schools in Europe, Jewish Center; and Hollywood. North Alrica, Israel, Iran and the Temple Sinai of Hollywood. Americas, and now has 608 training bilities in such fields as cralts. dramatics, folk dancing, ballroom dancing. English instruction, etc. There will also be openings in such fields as transportation, letterwriting, .incl preparation of food. Volunteers will receive individual guidance Irom the Center professional supervisory staff, as well as. a continuous program of inservice training to maintain the maximum units in 19 countries. This year, ]n;:ia will be the 20th country in the organization's program, when Ihe new ORT school in Bombay (pens its doors. Services in the Greater Miami In attendance at the joint committee of both organizations where the final plans were worked out. were for BBW: Mrs. Reich: Mrs. David J. Sachs, coordinator for Senior Citizens Activities; Mrs. Max Kern, service chairman, Miami Beach Council. For GMJCC: Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Tel Aviv Night 1 At Menorah Fete Temple Menorah Sisterhood president, Mrs. Ray Morse, invites members to a "Night in Tel Aviv" on Saturday evening. Nov. 18. A supper-snack will be served. There will be entertainment and dancing to the music of Irving Laibson and his orchestra. Mrs. Laurence Weston is in charge of the committee. Proceeds go to Sisterhood's school activities fund. Decorations are by Mrs. Joseph Feldman and Mrs. Marge Blistein. Refreshments are by Mrs. Jack Segal. Giffelson to Review Book Next general meeting of Hebrew Academy Women will take place on Wednesday. 12:30 p.m.. at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president, announced that honorary president; Mrs. George in honor of Jewish Book Month' A. Simon, vice president: Efraim there will be a book review. Abra-|H. Gale, executive director; Emanham J. Gittelson. education direcuel Tropp, associate director; and tor of Beth Torah Congregation,, Charles Plotkin. director. Senior will be reviewer. Citizens Department. snpo Princess Grace Donates Gift Tropical chapter of the American Medical Center at Denver is making plans for a "junk to jewelry" sale at 567 NE 81st st. The sale will be held Nov. 15 to 17. Chairman of the project is Mrs. Benjamin Bloom. She has received a gift from Princess Grace, of Monaco, to be auctioned off at the sale. The gift was presented by Princess Grace in memory of movie actor Gary Cooper. Mrs. Jacob Gorman is president cf Tropical chapter. WIN $ 25 FOR YOUR KASHA RECIPE And delight your family with the dish you make! All you do is submit your favorite recipe fcr using Wolff's Kasha...for stuffing chicken, derma ...making knishes. varnishkas, soups.. .side dishes with onions, chopped mushrooms, peppers or any other tasty use for this all-time favorite. YOU GET $25.00 Send your own original recipe with a Wolff's Kasha box top to Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yan, N. Y. We will pay $25.00 for every recipe published; but every entrant receives a FREE Kasha Cookbook and all recipes become Wolff's property. 1SBk KASHA (Mi/Ml Brown Buckwheat Groats DISTRIBUTED BY LEVINSOfTS FOOD SPECIALTIES 10SO E. I7tk Street Hialeah, Florida Mrs. loseph Silbersteln, Becon St., Brookhne, Miss., won $25.00 for her tasty Kasha-Potato Kugel. [KASHA-POTATO KU6ELI J Kasha-Meat Filling v ~ > ? cups ol any cooked ground meat or fowl. 1 cup cooked Woltt's Kasha. 2 onions, chopped and sauteed in oil. Mix. Potato Batter t tr.ed fwtitott • letiooon iu|*r 1 l>i(i on.on V> CJB Hour 3 f n < Vi teasooon Diking 5 Ijblespocna pfl*drr ihufcen !t\ Mil, ptPPr Peel and grate potatoes and onion. Add sifted dry ingredients. Add benlen eggs and (at. Mix thoroughly. Pour half of this'baiter in 10' x 10" greased pan. Spread with Kasha-Meat filling. Then top with rest ot batter. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon lat over top. Bako In 350* 1 hr. till crisp and dark. oven Also w]o Wolff's Cieir-rf Kernels :gi its) Kasha N'tjravj Kasha Soup CARPET LAYING and REPAIRING RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED 26 S.W. South River Drive Phones FR 9-1155 & FR 1-2007 ACE R1 JO CLEANERS FURNITURE CLEANING "Prompt Day and Might Service" BleCORMICK-BOYETT PLUMBING CONTRACTORS FOR SALES, SaVKE OR REPAIRS PHONE PL 7-0606 9443 PARKWAY DRIVE MIAMI SNORES, FLORIDA



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Friday. November 10> 1961 vJewlsti Fk>rkliar) Page 5-B Mrs. Jonah Capian (right) has been elected president of the newly-formed Friends of the Mesifta Hebrew High School of Greater Miami. Mrs. Harry Lerner (left) is secretary. The organization will act as a PTA of the school, which is affiliated with the Hebrew Academy. The Mesifta entered its second year in September. Name Mrs. Stone To National Board Mrs. Alfred Stone, of Miami Beach, was elected to the national board of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America at the concluding session of the 36th annual national convention of the \vomeR2*>religious Zionist organization in Boston. Mrs. Stone will participate at the national policy level in the de: velopment and operation of the organization's extensive network of child-care, social welfare and vo' cational education projects in Israel. The four-day convention, which elected Mrs. Moses Dyckman. of New York, as national president, voted a budget of SI.285.000 to carry forward 1961-62 activities on behalf of Israels newcomers and youth. Major project adopted was the building of a vocational high school for girls in Beersheba. gateway city to the Negev, in partnership with the Mizrachi Women's Organization of Canada. A construction start for the $300,000 project is scheduled before the end :Of 1961. The convention called for an American initiative in developing a pilot disarmament program in the Middle East in its principal political action, after hearing Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, of N.Y., former Ambassador to Israel Ogden Reid, Dr. N'ahum Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organization, and other American and Israeli leaders. t Mizrachi Women's national board serves as a steering committee lor some 50.000 members, organized into more than 300 local chapters throughout the country. MRS. ALffttD STOHE Cosmetic Exec To be Awarded By Special Report Thousandth Will Be Honored Here The thousandth member to enroll in Hebrew Academy Women will be honored at the organization's annual membership brunch an Tuesday. Dec. 5, at the Dcauville hotel, according to an announcement by Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president. Highligh'ing feature of the afternoon will be a skit depiciting the role of the women during the Hebrew Academy's 13-year history. Mrs. M H. Rosenhouse and Mrs Abraham Steinberg are membership co-chairmen. Serving on the arrangement committee are Mesdames Zvi Berger. Arthur Bergman. Charles Bogin..Jonah Capian. Sheldon Dearr. Irving Firlel. Jack C.cr?on. Harry Kaplan. Emanuel Karger. Frieda Koch, Leonard Rosen, and Nathan Spiegelnian. Pioneer Women Schedule Events Pioneer Women. Club 2. will hold a luncheon in honor of Mr and Mrs. Jacob Tarr and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Krantz. The luncheon will be Sunday noon at the Marseilles hot-! "in i i preciation for their devotion to UM State of Israel.'" Chairman of the afternoon is Mrs. Nathan Bookspan. Invocation Will be by Mrs. Sally Burr. Mrs Soma Weiss will entertain. • Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president of Golda Meir Club, announces a regular meeting for Tuesday evening at Beth El Congregation. A card party will follow the short meeting. Proceeds are for Child Rescue Fund. Mrs. Issie Gi r ten Is chairman, with Mrs. Bessie Epstein and Mrs. Rose Marks as co-chairmen of the evening Mrs. Abraham Seltzer will be hosti .a refreshments. • Mrs. Joseph Krantz. president of : pioneer Women, Club I, anno an .)neg Shabbat at her home. 8l> Euclid ave., on Saturday at 2 p.m. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, who with her husband just returned from a trip to Israel. Dr. Soroff Is consultant to the Eureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Spector (right) greet Sen. A. S. Mike Monronev, of Oklahoma, distinguished legislator and Democratic leadt:, who was principal speaker at a Cedars of Lebanon Hospital banquet honoring Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Spector, a Cedars trustee, for "forty years of exemplary community service." Some 400 persons attended the tribute dinner, of which Sidney Lefcourt was chairman. MOW YORK-Helena Rubinstein, beauty authority and art connoisseur, will relieve Hie "Woman of the Year award conferred annually by the New York State Women's Division. American Friends ot the Hebrew University, The famed cosmetic pioneer will be cited at the organization's ninth annual luncheon Mon.iay afternoon. Nov. 13, in the Scrt room of the Waldorf Astoria hotel. The award, an illuminated scroll, inserted in a limited-edition copy of the Biblical Book of Ruth," will be presented to her by Madame Armand Berard, wife of the French Ambassador to; the United Nations. Previous recipients of the "Woman of the Year" award have included Marian Anderson, Katharine Cornell. Pearl Buck, Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Margaret Mead and; Mrs. Helen Rogers Reid. The Bibj lical volume, which will be preJ. Gerald Lewis, president of sen ted this year, as in previous ML Sinai Hospital, has announced years, was illustrated by the late the appointment of Mrs. Harry Xrthur Szyk. Peshkin Chapter Annual Party Peshkln chapter of the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic (hi! Iren will hold its annual card party and luncheon at the House of Hoo restaurant on th" 7f)lh st. cat way. Thursday, Nov. 16. at 11:30 a.m. All proceeds will go the National Home in Denver, a free, non-sectarian institution caring for children suffering from intractable asthma. The hospital and research center has treated many children from this area. Reservations chairman is Mrs. David Silver. Sinai Names PR Director i—........ MRS. HAKRY PAPIW Kneseifc Israel Social Slated Papier as director of public relaj tions for the hospital. Mrs. Papier comes to Mt. Sinai after serving as director of publ'c relations for seven years at th< Somerset Hospital in Somerville. N.J. During her stay at Somerset, the hospital was awarded two natiora' first prizes in annual reports and a national citation for its publu relations program. She is immediate past president of the New Jersey Hospital Public Relations Assn.. and has had several papers on this subject published nationally. Prior to her tenure at Somerset, ,Mrs. Papier served as director of public relations at Mt. Sinai for two years, having resided in the Miami area for many years before moving to New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Papiej and daughter, Carol, arc now making their home in Miami Beach. Kuesiih Israel Sisterhood will have ;i luncheon a^id social Tuesday at noon. chairman u Mrs i Ruppert. Hairdressing Demonstration and the committee includes Mes.... dames Clara Wtinstock, Lena Po-, Kineret chapter of Mizrachi kin. Gizela Weiss. Fegina Basil .Women will meet Monday evening i and Etta Mandell. at tne Minyonaircs Congregation, j 13737 Bird rd. Program will fea-; Mrs. I. B. Eisentein is president, i hire a hairdressing demonstration.! Poale Zion Plans Meeting Poale Zion. Chaim Greenberg Branch of Greater Miami, will meet Monday evening at the Farhand Cultural Center. 842 Washington ave., Miami Beach. In the absence of the president, Dr. Simon Wilensky. Max Astor will conduct the meeting. Bernard Furman. cultural chairman, will speak on "The Importance of Jewish Education for Modern Youth." MORE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie-free ft Sugarine VlXST %  ^•"3 Liquid Proceeds for Nursery School t Mrs. Frank Toback, chairman of Temple Judea's Judaica Shop, an( Bounces that a complete line of religious and ceremonial objects have arrived. Proceeds go to the support of the Temple's nursery school program. the en the label means it's kosher. "Dromedary" means it's good! Your Key To Kashruth Also enjoy DROMEDARY CHOCOLATE-NUT DROMEDARY ORANGE-NUT ROLL, At grocers everywhere &z\ sennit THAN SUGU YIT HO FOOD VAlUI Rtcomminded by doctors ft* dubtticv ovei|ht and lo c* ont dieli. Use lot bu|tv ttnserU. cock.ni Pad. Co* t*M| hjfmttn. 4.-ri Unmatched For Delicious Fla vor! tURRHNTilQ NONfmiNING ivimrwHiM ,*--0*~..' .-.• 1 NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices NO Shortening *~\jJU MUCt/pJLyjriXksUU/TajJjlr



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Page 18-A +Mnitf ncr&ktr Friday. November 10, jggi Carl Alperf Will Speak in Miami For Technion ciBi iLH*T CMI A-per* *.-3a-: to the pmigft osf TeckBMe. Israel Instztete el Tecaekteagy will *&:•* -i Mpporter? of the MA '..* %  ; %  %  T /a a: .-....'• -1 : •.fee Al| Techna-\. the only c4>*9* of *fvj •teer-rvj od aso 1 d SC:*nc an •.'• has MM resoonsjoilrty o* providing the cO-<*ry with t*cwikc5 :* < &f %  •Ined mmpwrtr • id serving as • center of irv dvttrie: research. IS YGUP GPE~"E:~ BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executi/e Office FR 3-5581 THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AOFO needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All pro<*di go toward* support of ttio Homo. You may contribute, talro • tax deduction or wo will pay ca*k for u (iiminbir wo aro NOT o profit inaki*cj organ! i-'on Wo aro hoipiwig your community to hoop iti digoity y bolping othor* you aro halping yoaatsolf! Manufacturer* and ,ohhar—ratimbor—wo can ui* •II your >u*aoH or mlifrtj Pease cell us for early pick-up. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 5737 N.W. 27th Avenue NE 3-2338 Closed Saturdays Tike flKOtataac Srr; be?ihrai: academe program in 19?4 KB turoUmem of according L/xus Glasser. devetcptweat -Baa for tee local chapter. Tecfcs.oo and as aff. Tecbcjea'. H.zii 5c soot have more Five fears ed i tract of 3B6 acres on the slopes ;'. Mr Carsael te Technion a* toe new carr. Veterans Sponsor Oneg Shabbat • 'Air :• terat We • and ar.1 Bf ice Browi Pa •*iil jointi;. spoaaef a-. 0 bat or. Pride* evening it '.' %  Zioa On Saturday eveoii participate in the veterans Daj Parade on Miami Beach Veterans Daj •rill t> tiqji % %  '• nil* •* di. Casn-'zt %  i rilUesna. IMO IUXIM WiiLE' — Back uiii C5 fc de Ho $':•:• ts rip r %  • out. (E ElECTIIC UKI |B1 j.s'ibt I'J'T Ac:j'i f iivi Qj i', 0 rgu!jt;rg. ^JQ> / &Q> m;& 16 PIECE SET Of OtIHi F aril ss'?r jiej em my dtcj'. frja Colon.i]. 13'j" high. 6" deep. Zippe'. loci, key. Tartan pa d FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS from anywhere in the United States. Savings Accounts opened or added to through the 10th earn from the 1st. *One to a family. Sorry, no gifts by mail. Se Habla EspaRol >k '"•"'J/* flOWNTOWN: 100 N. E. 2nd AVENUE BRANCH: BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA FREE PARKING FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI / EACH ACCOUNT INSURED UP TO S10.000 BY THE FEDERAL SAVINGS I LOAN INSURANCE CWORATIWI



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Friday, November 10, 1961 trJewist FtiDrudaam Page 15-B Ol.i t n a r i c s LOUIS M. HERRON %  |i \0 M ; .• I \,.\ .' i %  %  %  %  ,.rago 12 years :,int .1 as %  %  %  -1 ••' I' • i" • %  :.: ,. for i compajo Id n Home Iluilders B'nal B'rli b. Surviving ire : i.. Id ta i :.. I In ps, -iv E .,,,. i ''.PW i ||i| s, • \'.,\ 0 in Rlv, • i >ouj Ins rd York City. H Is one \i Ma y tl Si rvii.-.. vn n %  i. • 28 I i : rla 'Impel, LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE .i Uyi.b f 1111 ii en hi MAX WEINER N R : .lie.! ne\ n year* v., and i. i TT. was ;,Sinai Burvh o,t RgO .1 SAMUEL. G ROTHSTEIN of SW i %  died Nov. r.. II. pan • here leven \ • %  i r* ago From N I i %  t •., i in ncc< ml ant. Ii' was : .1 tte ol thi Unl Miami 5 vh Ing are hli> i it her, :• % % %  • rm! %  -. paternal grandin,,il\r, ITS. E Rol hsteln, and S.T'. ICM •" iii New Yoi k u iiii i..i. arrangements by Riverside Memo: i il 'hapeL Ing .1 • II lf, ,ee. a .in, Jel a -I lighter, Laurie; his mother, Mr* ad and a slater, Mrs. Ocl 29 in le Mi RI rial I !hap< I, Nor man,l> lal HERMAN ZWICKER >7. of ti Colllna xve., died No. %  II rame from New fork. He is survived b) hla wife, Rose; a ion, i ,M i a daughter, Mra. Rella Cohen. Gr:tvesld services were Nov, 6 in Bi ,: ol -.-• %  -.'t Cemetery with Newin HI I-">iiiul Home ir. charge. ELIAS BERNSTEIN of 7i: %  Bin i. n %  i Ivdk, died i let. :. ile come here 12 from New fork C tj !•' i w is the owner of the .I.I> motel. Surviving are hie wife, :: a daugh— Mrs. Rachel Schulntan, and one grandchild. Service* were Ocl 29 In Rivera in Memorial i 'hapej, Norms nd) tele. JOSEPH REMES 91, of 8804 Yuiii.i-i aw*., Coral Guides. Del .". He came here -i yearn ago froi Grand R'Apida, Mich. Surviving .-. his wife, Dorothy; and four daughter! Including Mi's Marcla Plagi Sei Ices were In Grand Rapid* a tl lo arrangements by Uordon i HENRY SACK \w isti %  died Ocl SO h L6 .11 %  ago from i "• THI.. and w s a retired H -.1 ing are hi* MRS. REGINA ORUCKER 88, of ilifl Pennsylvania ave., died Oct. 28. she came here : %  ; years ago from New fork CltJ Surviving are a eon, Joseph, ;i daughter and two garrandchildren Services were I >• t, "1 in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alt m rd, LEGAL NOTICE %  I! I rtford, i II,-. v. '• ', >a :i I I 'l •' iT i. il i %  %  •• re Nov. i i • • Har '•! two •' ildfarb and two ndchildreii i-. i Ii rd m l" T JACK S. KALMAN IK! Ni • Nov. .1 ..in.. I ere 24 year* >n till '•' .1. I •! I ,..-,, 1 %  n hnnl tie was a Shriner meml I i-. i wife Anna: a i. II %  i %  '. • rive grandi %  %  Service.^ .-r.Nov. %  '• In Riversldi Memorial Chapel, Normandx i NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAVE LAW \. 'Tii %  '' [H H : %  : :!•: A GIVEN under gned lee Ing to husin— inder the fl titlous name of srwv PAI M A i;'.< at lM N.E. ,._,-..,, s ... -, • • • Miam lti< •• ito ter said name with the Cl Padi Cu I 'a PENN1 Hi 'Vi's IN Kui %  ich. I rei I NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engagi i' Ii i.-in %  •> %  under tri.flcti:loim nn HERAUD KABRICS al 201 H Miami 1 1 •., .i mi ni v Miami A. i Ml niii. Pla., Iptend to register Bald name I MUII iii,i'jerk oi the Clrcull Court of I hide County, Ploi Ida, NAURENCKROTHMAN STEVE Rl ITHMAN SlitUll:.! g I' 1 • I.KVINi: ,v CHRISTIE ; Attoi iivs for Apiilli ant s.w 2nd Ave. II 10-17-24, l-"l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND POO OAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C 11026 PRANCES l.o.UI Al'I.D. 1-lain I iff. vs •VII.I.IAM TTLER An,D, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: WILLIAM TYLER All.!' L':.". West 18th Street Houston. Texai Yiil' AUK HEREBY required to serve a COpy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce upon the Plaintiff's attorney. PAI"1, KWITNKV, 420 Lincoln Koad. Miami It.-.uh. hlorida, and file the original In the Office of the Clerk of tlie Circuit Court in and for Pade County, Florida, on or before the 20th da} of November, 19*1. in.default of which, a Decree Pro Confarao may be entered against you. DATED this lrtth day of October, 1981 E. I? I.EATHER.MAN. Clerk Circuit C iurt, l>.i'l> County, Florida • seal) By: I.. SNBEDEN I >eputy i 'lerk i'.M'i. KWITNEY, Atty. 120 I.iv. .In IM Miami Bi a h 10 20-27, 11 HARRY BRODKIN 8A of !"';' Meridian a\ >., died Nov. I. He rame --re IS yea igo from Nea York an-', was • restaurant owner B rvlvina i~ nin wife, Rita Services wi %  Ni in r.i. 'side Memorial Chapel, J Iton rd. MRS. PEARL H. BLUMBERG G. of ::i ::. Rrvo MM dr., di.-.i Noi i Bfhi caj • re 13 >ars igo from Chicago nnd was i member % %  Temple Israel, II lasaah, and Council of Jewish Women, Surviving are her hueband, Mairlce, and .i slater. Services Wen N iv. 'i in i'.'. ireide Memorial Chapel, %  ton rd. ABRAHAM TROSKY 7: of -••-' %  Hawthorne ave. Surfstde, died N. l. He oame here ii >.-.i i % %  rron Far Rockaway, NY., and wai a Mason. Burvlving are his wife, Sadie; a son, Jack; two daughters ami nine grand Ii Services were No\ 2 i-. Riverside Memorial Chapel, Noi mnn.-. isle. MRS. BERNICE K SCHRAMEK 58, of 19 • .--W 2191 -t died Nov. I. Sh i in*,. re I.i >ens ajo from New York City. Surviving are her hu.-band, 0< rge M>; a eon, Karl Rj a brother and B Binter, Services were Nov. 3 in Alton rd iied Oct. 29. IiKM a member of the American FMend* Of the Hebrew (Jnlveralt> In iusali B'nal B'rlth Civic League. I erlenn Legion .in. I other clvlcm ii l.-.i %  .in! A' i ,ns. Survivors include hK wife. Mnllle; two daughters, Mrs fJeorgette R ,-h and Mrs Qlnger Iik. three Blater.1 and three grandchlldrei Services were Nov i al Riverside Memoria "..pel. Alton rd., with burial in Mi Nebo Cemetery IN THE C RCL'iT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JJO CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN iNO C 0P OADE COUNTY n CHANCERY. N 6IC 12061 ••...> R SAVINHS KANK i%  ". "NEW s." pxiating inder I State if New 1 PI • V %  „ .-.. .:;r; l| v ... i v ind P \ rRICIA \ IRTEB i eingle woman, Def :i I .. NOTICE OF SUIT Tl 'LORES II I LES8I I and PATRICIA A CARTER i:.-ence nown TOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been brought against you bv DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK OF THE CITY MiNEW YORK, In the aii iv,—ntitled lourt, to foreclose mortgage encumbering the following described property, to- i 1 Lot :i. Block si SECOND ADDITION* TO CAROL CITY, according to the plat th..-,. >f recorded m Plat Book 85, page 78. I "f the public records ol Dade 'ounty, Florida; and you are required to tile your answer to said c impliint with the Clerk of th • Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida, at the Courthouse In Miami. Florida, on or before December 14. 1981, and to serve a cops of such answer uuon DAVID I". CATSMAN. Plaintiff's ittorney, wh>.se adii 14th Floor it 101 East I lagler Street. Miami Ti, Florida, on or I before sail date, is required bj the [jawe Of h'lorid.i. If you fail to do IO, the complain! will be taken a.confessed bi you and i Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint DATED th.s Sth day of November, 1961. E B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court I • i %  ;,Count y, iirl la fseal) Byi K M I.YMAN. 11,.;.u I %  < 'lerk DAVID P %  IATSMAN nth Floor at l*>i B. Flagler St Miami 32, Florida 11/10-17-24, 12 l NOTICE 8Y PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL C.RCLiT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY l\ CHANCERY. No. 6IC 10822 MELSi IN, \ Ml iRRIS N'ELS IN, Defemlanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE ;'• I MORRIS NKI.SMX •18 N irthsh -• Road Norfolk, Virginia You are herebj n itlfled that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required t" aerve > copy of your Aniwer or Pleading to the p.lll of Complaint on the plaintiff* Attorney Manuel Zalac, 1408 Congresn Building Miami Florl la and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2HI h day of November, 1981. If you fall to do so. juditment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complain'. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLoKIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami Florida, this loth da) ,.i October, A.D. 1981. I? B I.KATHHKMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: C. L. ALEXANDER, Deputy Clerk MANUEL ZAIAC Attorne) for Plaintiff 10/20-27, 11 '.1-10 NOTICE UNDEB FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage In business under the fictitious name ol I'HAS III.ME MORTHAC.E I'll (Not Inc.) at 108 Calumet Buildint;. Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I lade County, Ilorida. CHARLES HIME HERBERT E KAUFMAN Attorney lor Applicant 10/27, 11 8-t0-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61 C 11066 ANDREW i: \ i \.\ :.!.... •. Plain \ s •. ANNA RAI \.\i:!.:.••.. Li dant. NOT.Ct BY PUBLICAT'ON You. Aon.. Rafunello II ii. • '. 16 Ridge Si re Nwai i*. New .i %  .%  ,i re require Itie j our • i to II. inplalni .> ii the clerk ••! ; >.•• a bove t'ouri irid eei i e a cnp> thereof to Herman i' hi n I ,.i i.,... i su.* • "ong • ess Buililinu M I I mi ''•-', Floridi bi for< l :!,. r l. 1981. or else Bull *'IU be • ;%  • %  is i-onlessvd. Dated October 31st, 1981 I-:. B. LEATHERMAN i 'lerk ol the Cli i uit i 'ourt • seal) By: K M i.i MAN. Deputy Clerk 11 3-10-17-21 IN THE COL'iMTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR D'ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54016-8 IN RE: Estate %  •! MARY DIAMOND WEINBERQ 1 leceased. NOTiCE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demanus Against \uJ Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present anj claims and demands which you may have against the estate ol M A It Y D 1 A MON D WEINBERXI deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Count) Judges of Dade c,,;in'y. and fl.e the same in their offices In the Count) Courtnous, in Daie County, P.onua, witnln -i\ calendar month* from the date ol the first publication lure if, oi tl same w i!l be bar: • I THELMA IEIU.' W Ejittcutrlx SAMl'EL STEE.N, A ... ,> Cora lal -da 10 2: I: 3-10-17 NOTXE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl ITI i: IS I %  •' '' i he II-I,I.I -u lie I, dm 'ii K to n bi .-. ness .... if •i ZY l iRNEll I.V "i -•..'.. i) .. 11 • i irt of %  wirtnwflVi for J kllani : %  ; | ,..|7 NOTiCE CAPPLICATION FOri TA \ DIED F 52238 Notli i r • %  %  Kii en • N i • iii nlel v*. s i -...i.-o of Cits >l Miam Pus Sale i 'ertl Numb. i >". dated the I al ds of June, A.D I9S9 has filed aaid lea te I n mj 11 I I i 11. i le i ;.;i. ation fi %  %  i • --. %  • •• i, In accordance with law laid 'ertlf. a te en br icei I he roll iwlng de -d property, eltuated In Dade county, Florida. I i-wil Lot 15, Block b'uhdlviHion of the Dale Miller Traat Addition Number One, Plt Hook 3 Page TO in the Cltg .i Miami. County of Dade, State if Florida. The assessment ol tald property un• l.-r the Certificate issued was In the. name of L'nknown (Jaless said Cei tificate shall be redi ed according to laW, taX deed Will laSUe the.-.,11 on the 291 da] Noven ber, A D. I ati th l o ol i tober, A.D. E LEATHERMAN, i f cir i i i Count i' •• i I i I IR •.-1 7-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME Li N N n %  '. IS HEREBY i ; %  dealring 1 lii.sin. STATE LlyL'i iR3 r7. 5* | S i: I67tl 8tre % %  In l hi "I f Nn i Miami Beuch, I',..: nl t, Intends to %  leter the aaid name with tne I %  he i' in Dad Florida Dai, i al Ml iml Bi.. I i'tli day ..| II, tober, I oi' Ml -SAM COl By: M i. Copperman, President HARRY /A KEK.NICK Attorni ) fi Applicant 120 !. n. oln Rd .Miami Beat h, Pla. II '3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERESY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslneai under the fictitious nan SAM RON AMUSEMENT CO at 2453 N \V 77th Terrace, Miami 47 intend to register Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ELI Ross DISTRIBUTORS IN*. • VIRGINIA PETR'M-INE '-. BEIGEL, TEITEI.MAN ALBERT Attorneys for Applicants 1482 VV Hauler St 11/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In busineM under the fictitious name of FILTER KINO at I'.o Box 8463, North Miami Reach, Florida Intends to register tald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I >ade Cunty, FlOl id 1 N VPHANIEL I'OLIN i.EElft ANKL'S Attorney a for Nathaniel l' II/3-10-I7-24 JULES BLOCH %  ol f su 8th -i di.-d i let. 29 H ..nn. h.-re 111 years ago from nd i i m imber of Free of Israel, %  are hla Cel'ai a broth r and two ..-i.-S. I -. .-.-.s v .. i • ;;| |n Ri\erM< n i -lal i'nap.-i. Alton rd. t< s side PAUL BROOKS S3. *i 1552 Washlngl in ave., died Oct f? He me here \: year* ago from < 'i York and •, a hotel bell captain Surviving inhis mother and %  daughters. S.-\ %  were in Neu '. with Oordon Funeral Home In charge of local arrangements. B SAMUEL FRIEDMAN of 710 7th si rued Oct. 30, He c.i in, hers 17 years ao from New xork anil was a real estate operator. surviving are his wife. Etta; two daughter!*, two son-, three grandchildren ,-nd three great-grandchlldivn. s^rwees were o,-t. :!1 in Kiv.-r%  Hl Memorial Chapel. Alton rd. AARON POLLACK 6!>. of 1 *r.f> Michigan ave.. died Oct. 30. He came here 1G years ago from •klyn and was a retired builder. Murvlvlng are hla wife. Clara: tn daughters. Mra. Rw< Zlperson and Mrs Ronnie P. Sle-n; a son and six grundchildren. Services were in New York with Riverside Memorial Chanel m charge locally. ROSE FINK ••. Of 984 Michigan ave., died Oct. 27 surviving .re her husband. Joseph jree daughters, Janice, Dl.-n and ire Corrine Shulman, and three randchlldren. Bervicea were Oct. L'7 % %  Gurdon l-'uneral Home with Inter% %  eiu at Mi. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. EVA T. BYTELL ol 2188 Meridian ave.. died Oct. 28 >cams here 18. year M ago from N.-w IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 12J66 THE BRONX SAVINGS BANK, Plaintiff, \ THOM \s \ WHITE in I IKlLOREH u Hlii:, i; if M I lefendanta NOTICE OF SUIT TO: THOMAS \ Will PE and DOLi IRES WHITE, his Aife • o Raj ^78 Hawthorne Avenue Yonkers I, New York You are hereby notified that the I bove oaptioned action has been instituted agali %  you n the Clrcull Court of the JudU ai al Circuit of Florida in and for Dade County to foreclose .-, mortgage upon the following described real property : Lot 5. Block 5 REALSITE ESTATES, SBCTION Two, accordhig to the I'lat thereof recorded in Plat Book 6". at I'age liJii of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida: together with the following item* nf property which are located in and permanently installed as a part of the improvement on said land: Westinghouse Refrigerator RLA 1,1. Westinghousa Dryer D 127, Westinghouse Washer L 127. You are required to file your answer to plaintiffs compla nt with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and •en a copy thereof upon plaintiffs attornej MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor Dade Federal Building, Miami 32, Florida, not later than December It! 1981. or a Deoree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. I i.ue I Not ember 8, 1961. '" % %  LEATHERM \\ Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County. 'seal! By: K. M. L.YMAX. oepaty Clerk MARTIN FINK VMiirnev f,,Plaintiff 14th Floor Dade 1-,-deral Bujjding Miami 32, Florida 11/10-17-21. 12 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C 11684 MEFTODIY MERBSZCHAK and VNNA TERPLYWI-'IZ MERESZCHAK, his .fe. Plaintiffs. LOUISE BERRITTOand LOUIS J. BERRITTO. her husband, et al Defendant B NOTXE BY PUBLICATION Tl ; la dlSK BERRITTO 13 19 East 99th Street Brookl* n. New ^ ork LOUIS i I:I-:RRITTO I""-:• East 99th Street Brooklyn, New York YOI AND EACH OF VOI'. ARE HEREBY notified that a suit to foreClose a mortgage against certain property has been filed against you in the above-stvled cause b> the PlalptlffS above. The property .-.ought to be foreclosed is as follows: The Eaat 133 feet of the West 193 feet of the South 2:19.78 feet of the East of the SW <,* of the S\V ', of the SE V, and the South 3". feel of the West 80 feet of the South 2:t9.78 feet of the East H of the sw Vi of the SW V, of the SE 1/4 of Section 9. Township .',8 South, Range 41 East, lying and being in Dade County, Florida, together with the rixturen and furniture therein. You are required to serve u copy of your Answer or other Pleading on the Plaintiffs' Attorney, Sheldon N. 1^-1chuk, 305 Biscay ne Building. Miami Florida, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the above-styled Court, on or before the 4th da) ol December. AD., 1981, In default of which the Complaint will be taken is confessed against you, fir relief requested in Plaintiffs'Complaint. Dated at Miami, Dade County, FloeIda, this 3lt day of October. 1961. a 1! LEATHERMAN ci.rk of the Circuit Court Owal) l;> C. P COPELAND. iH-puty Clerk SHELDON N LELCHUK, Esq. Attorney for Plaintiffs 305 Blso tyne Ruilding Miami. Florida 11 '3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREP.Y GIVEN thai •he undersigned, desiring to engage In buslnexa under the fictitious n ime ,.•' DADE COUNTY DETECTIVE AGENCY al P.O, Box S2-198, Miami. Fla.. Intends t i register said num.. with the Clerk of the Circuit C lUrl Of Dade i '.i nr.). Florida. DODD J< 'UNso.N Sole Owner 1" 20-27. 11 'J-tO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 11390 THE SEAMAN'S KANK Fop. SAVINGS IN THE CITY OF NEW YoRK. a New York Corporation. Plaintiff, VS PHILIP O. HAI.I.ER and HAZEL DEAN HAI.I.ER. his wife, I vfendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: PHILIP o. HALLER and HAZEL DEAN HALI.EK, his wife. Residence I'nknown RE: Lot 9. in Block 2, of LAKESIDE MANOR, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Rook "•.. at Page 90. of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida TOU ARE HERBBY NOTIFIED that 0 Complaint to foreclose mortgage on the above-described property has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copyof your anIWftT or pleading to the complaint on Plaintiffs attorney. BERNARD R. JAFFE, 1127 South West Fust street. Miami. Florida, and file the original answer or. pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade County, Florida, on or before the 27th day of November, 1 SI II you rail to do so. Decree Pro Con-' fesso win be taken agalns! you for the relief demanded in the complaint to 'oi. .-lose. Dated at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this 24tfi aay or October, 198] K B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court '-seal) By: HELEN KES8LEK Deputy Clerk 1" 27. 11/3-10-17 IN THE CIRCU'T COUR T OF THE ELEVENTH JUOIC M.C.RCUIT Of FLOR'O\ 7) FO= OADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 81C 11148 NEW \ %  %  i •. %  %  S ", 3 A I • % %  • NOTICE OF SU T lil.AIlYS A IXAN M i. M larn M. D. 30 N. Plai New "... | Y< >U AP.E HEREBY \ that %  sin! has been brought igainst >ou bj NEW YORK SAVINGS BANK, la I he a.i ,, a niori _: ,{ the follow ing descr .i iLot 23. BUM k 'AR >L CITY CARI >BN i -nt to the pi it thereof, recorded In P it i: ok 88, at page 121, >f tl lubl >rde ot i lade '• unty, Wo Together a i Westinghouse RefrigeratorModel No DM-' i. and you ure required f:ie your answer with the Clerk if -he Circuit Court of Dnie County, Florida, at the Courthouse in Miam Florida, on or N ivemberSl, I -H: and to -TH %  copy of s., n answer upon DAVID P. CATSMAN, I'lirrifis attorney. whose aid--i, ici, Ploor at 101 Baal Flagler Street, Miami 82, F1or ida. on or bef ire sa 1 ,i ite. i S requlred bj the Laws of Florida. If %  on fall to da BO, the i unolalnt will be taken as i mfessed bj you and Pro Confesso will be entered against you for the relief demanded In 'he complaint. DATED this I8tn Jay of October, 1961) E. P. LEATHERMAN Clr %  'ircult i 'ourt Dade County. PI irlda (•eal) c. L ALEXANDER, Deputy i 'lerk DAVID P. CA TOMAN Hth Floor at loi K. Flagler St Miami 32, Florid i 20-27. 11/.1-I0 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 11150 I'NITED SERVICES LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, i company authorized to do business irv Washington D.C., Plaintiff, vs ALLEN R (KEN, et U, I %  •: en I ints NOTICE OF SU T TO: ALLEN ROSEN nd RoSI.YN Rl 1SEN„ his • R.si.i. nee I 'r.kn iwn. YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been brought against you b) UNITED SERVICES LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, In the aboveentitled ('ourt. t> fo a mortgage encumbering the ( blowing described property, to-II lxd 16. in Block ••:. or FOURTH AUDITION TO PALM SPRINGS SUBDIVISION, SECTION "F". accordlng to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat [look 82, at page 72, of the public records of Dade County. Florida; and you are required to fife your answer with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, at the Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or before November 21. 1S61. and to serve a copy of uch answer upon DAVID P. CATSMAN. Plaintiff's attorney, Whose address is 14th Floor at 101 East Flagler Street, Miami 33, Florida, on or before said date, as required by the |ou fail to do so. the complaint w ; U be take,, ,„ nmfesssmi i, y v ou and a Decree Pr., CoM8rsf will be entered against you for the relief demanded in thcomplaint. -".D this ISth day of October. 1961. K. U. LEATHERM \\ ClerR of the Cir, u*lt CofirT Deputy Clerk DAVID P CATSMAN Hth Floor at lul E l-'liigler St Miami 32. Florida 10/20-27, 11/3-10