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

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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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"dewisli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 34 Number 46
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 17, 1961
Two Sections Price 20*
Israel Denies Soviet Charges Against Jews
Allegations are Baseless,
Leading Diplomats Declare;
Sharett's Son Pinpoints
three Jews arrested in Lenin-
grad. His only "conversation"
Continued on Page 6 A
JERUSALEM(JTA)Reports in the Soviet press that the three
leaders of the Jewish religious community in Leningrad were arrested
aid sentenced because they transmitted "espionage material" to Israeli
Embassy officers during religious services were officially termed here
Monday as being "completely without foundation." (The Soviet authori-
ties also arrested three Jewish re-
ligious leaders in Moscow.)
The Israeli diplomats named in
the Soviet newspaper Leningrad-
skaya Pravda, organ of the Com-
munist Party ir Leningrad, are
Yaacov Sharett, son of former Is-
raeli Prime Minister, and Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett and Eiiahu
Hazan, formerly a member of Is-
rael's Embassy staff at Moscow.
The latter was arrested by Soviet
authorities at Odessa in 1957, and
expelled from the Soviet Union.
Mr. Sharett was arrested at Riga
last summer and also ordered to
leave the USSR.
US Groups Protest;
Labor Leader Calls
Arrests Anti-Semitic
IAM1 K4TZ
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Sharett said here Monday that,
during his tenure in Moscow, he
had met hundreds of Jews at
the Moscow synagogue, but he
does not recall the names of the
Nazi Uniforms Discovered
In Wreck of Private Plane
LOS ANGELES (JTA) The, with the "Minute Men," a self-
Federal Bureau of Investigation styled guerilla warfare organiza-
and California authorities were re-|tion emerging in various parts of
ported this week to be investigating the United States,
the Nazi equipment worn by two The pUot Qf ^ pnvate plam, I
. Ned Oiebrick, 24, a Navy veteran.
wore a gun holster containing
NEW YORK (JTA) Major
American Jewish organizations, in-
cluding secular and religious
groups, labor, fraternal and civic,
voiced "apprehension" and "chag-
rin" last weekend over the arrest
and imprisonment of Russian Jews
in Leningrad and Moscow on what
were seen as "patently trumped-
up" charges of "espionage."
Label A. Katz, national president
of B'nai B'rith, called the convic-
tion of Gedalia R. Pechersky. a
leader among Leningrad Jews, "in-
Red Officials
Close Yeshiva
NEW YORK(JTA)The Soviet
Government has ordered the dis-
banding of the Vaad Yeshiva. a
governing council of the only Jew-
rom^hwTlbte/'"^"." 'MMntf W> seminary in the Soviet Union,
1 it was disclosed here this week by
Label Katz, president of the B'nai
B'rith, at the organization's 118th
annual meeting here.
The seminary, which is affiliated
with the Moscow synagogue, trains
has been sentenced to 12 years'
imprisonment.
Mr. Pechersky, according to Mr.
Katz. was known to and revered
by religious Jews in the Soviet
Union because of h i s piety and
men killed in a mountain plane I b^mSS^oT; NV;;~vererin''i strong faith and courage." The 60-, rabbis and religious functionaries.
crash. Their objective was to de-.^'eb^^ Katz. who headed a B na.
fee if the vlcUms weVeTMfto JE *ffJ2H5*?* "A B'rith president "met with B'rhh group that v.fed the Soviet
shak, 23. was"wearing a Nazi uni- 'foreign visitors openly and hid UntotttalAJU*["^g^
form of the type used by Georg, no hesitancy about discussing the ^ ^^^ ^dSS
Leningrad Jewish
Israel May Launch New Rocket
As Answer to Egypt's V-2'
TEL AVIV(JTA)A report that Egypt has successfully tested an I
Egyptian-made rocket may lead the Israel Government to proceed with
the firing of its second sounding rocket, it was reported here this week.
Israeli sources, however, indicated skepticism about the report which
appeared in the Times of London. ;
Rockwell's "American Nazi Par- affairs of t h e
ty." Officials reported that another communjty. This can hardly be de-
Nazi uniform, swastika armbands,
and a swastika flag was found in Continued on Page 5-A
the wreckage.
The skepticism was based on the
belief that if the report had been j
true, Presiden' Nasser, whose
prestige in the Arab world has
suffered greati) in recent months.
v> :l y to elevate his status
in E^ypt and in the rest of
the Arab world. But both Radio
Cairo and other channels of Nas-
ser's propaganda apparatus were
silent about the reported launch-
ing.
Israel created a worldwide stir
last July by launching a sound-
ing rocket 50 miles high and
later indicating that a second
more sophisticated launch was
in preparation. It was indicated
that the second rocket, named
Shavirt III, had been ready for
a long time, but that Israel of-
ficials had felt it was best not
to fire it. A revision of that
Continued on Page 11-A
Sheriff Merrill Culbertson. of
Inyo county, said the plane ap-
peared to have been en route to
neighboring Fresno county,
where 400 leaders of the Minute
Men movement in California
were preparing to assemble. The
group is being organized in vari-
ous states to deal with "domes-
tic traitors" in event of a nuclear
Continued on Page 2 A
Mr. Katz said that B'nai B'rith
Continued on Page 10-A
Canadian Sectarian Periodical
In Bitter Attack Against Jews
TORONTO (JTA) An article | said, when asked about Rev.
questioning the loyalty toward: Thomas's article: "The views ex-
their countries of all Jews in lands: pressed in Rev. Thomas' article
outside Israel, attacking Israel for are his own. and it is not my duty
its "injustice" to Adolf Eichmann.ito condone or denounce his opin-
and excusing the Nazi leadership1 ions." The Bishop is quoted as
of Germany for its program of telling the Canadian Jewish News:
anti-Semitism, appeared in the lat-j"You seem to be too sensitive to
est issue of t h e Huron Church criticism."
News, the official publication of;
the Anglican Church in London, j
Ontario. The Canadian Jewish j
News of Toronto calls the article j
"a sad document of bigotry plus
perfidy."
The article was written by an
Anglican priest, the Rev. H. R.
DAVID FLEEMAN REELECTED
American Jewish Committee
To Honor Fascell Saturday
Human Relations Awards to Rep. Dante Fascell and the Catholic,
Diocese of Miami will highlight the annual banquet of the Greater | Canadian Jewish Ncws> t n e Rt. j ^^ *e JJJJ any issue not
Under the title "Current Com-
ment The Jewish Problem,"
the Rev. Thomas wrote in the
church organ: "The Jew does
not want to recognize that ho
subscribes to a racial association
which must, by its nature, except
in the State of Israel, conflict
Rev. George Luxton, Anglican;
Bishop of the Diocese and editor-;
RFP. DANJi FASCE11
,.. banquet highlight
Miami chapter of the American Jewish Committee at the Diplomat
1 hotel Saturday night.
The dinner will mark the midway point of the ninth annual meet- \ in-chief of the Huron Church News,
ing of the local AJC chapter, which
has scheduled a weekend of activ-
ity in an effort to meet the chal-
lenging question of "Which Road
for American Jews?"
Beginning with a Saturday
morning conference of represen-
tatives from Southeastern U.S.
communities, the program will
involve AJC as individuals and
families. Saturday afternoon, a
panel of local Jewish leaders
will discuss the problem of
"Assimilation, Integration or In-
sulation," at the same time that
teen-agers are engaged in exam-
Continued on Page 8-A
acceptable to his cultural and
Continued on Page 7-A
NEW YORK CITY PETITION RULING REFUSED
High Court Backs Rockwell's Rights
Washington (JTA) The Uni- Parks Commissioner Ncwbold Mor- Semitism, the permit was refused
ted States Supreme Court Monday ris, who had appealed from a rut- by Commissioner Morris and Mayor
:n effect upheld the Constitutional .ing by the New York State Court: Robert F. Wagner.
right of George Lincoln Rockwell, of Appeals. ___ .. .. ,, .
M. .h. Mri. Na* Party. Rock.e had or,gia||y a5ked, ," JE** "ZSfiSS
' for the permit for a rally sched-j mg "the right of free expression is
uled for July 4, 1960. On the grounds not to be entrusted to admini-
that such a rally would foment! live, previous restriction for con-
rioting, due to Rockwell's anti- templated violations of the law."
York.
The high tribunal refused to rule
on a petition by New York City
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Israel Bond Cruise on SS Jerusalem Sunday
A history-making event will be
launched in Miami on Sunday with
the embarkation of some 300 Mi-
ami business and civic leaders on
the Pan-American Friends of Is-
rael Good-Will Tour aboard the
Z,m Lines SS Jerusalem under au-
spices of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion.
Launching the event will be a
tala "Bond-Voyage" party aboard
The vessel, when leading represen-
tative!; of the city and state will
be guests, along with the passen-
gers of the SS Jerusalem's Master,
at a Captain's Dinner.
Heading the galaxy of notables
who will participate in the fes-
tivities will be the Hon. deLesseps
S. Morrison, United States Am-
bassador to the Organization of
American States. Cruise Com-
rrodore will be Carl Weinkle.
The SS Jerusalem will arrive in
Mil mi 00 Sunday, docking at Pier
? whore welcoming ceremonies
will take place.
She will depart at midnight, fol-
lowing the Captain's Dinner, on a
today mission of good-will, taking
her to six Central American coun-
triei Haiti. Curacao, Venezuela,
Colombia. Panama, and Mexico.
The Captain's Dinner will be an
wpreccdented event in the his-
tory of Miami. Dignitaries from
all ever the country will partici-
pate. It was pointed out by Dr.
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cciving the dinner .guests.
Throughout thcd&iy, ami prior to
embarkation, a series of gala;
events will be held in honor ot the |
Captain, the crew a nd Ambassador
Morrison.
The Pan-American Friends of
Israel Good-Will T~our will mark
the celebration o> -f Israel's Bar
Mitzvah and Pen-American year.
As pointed out by Dr. Kahan,
the Israel Bond Organization,
"which through its far-flung ac-
tivities has fashioned a common
bond among friends of Israel
throughout the world, has been
chosen as the medium for this his-
toric gesture."
The itinerary and festivities dur-
ing the entire course of the trip will
symbolically reflect the theme of
the voyage as the SS Jerusalem,
with 300 Mianuans aboard, moves
from port to port bringing messages
of good-will to and from places they
visit.

Obviously anticipating a happy voyage are three leading
members of the Pan-American Friends of Israel Good-Will
Tour, seen here discussing plans for the history-making occa-
sion. From left are Cruise Commodore Carl Weinkle, Sam
Blank, and Samuel Friedland, chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization. The cruise, aboard the Zim Lines'
SS Jerusalem, will depart Sunday on a 16-day tour, covering
six Central American countries with some 300 Greater Miami
business and civic leaders participating.
Aaron Kahan. director of the Israel i representing the Israel Bond
Bond Organization, that to help j Guardians and Sponsors of Miami,
"personalize the evening and ere- is being named.
ate the proper atmosphere for this
gala event." a committee of hosts.
The hosts will join with the SS
Jerusalem's Capt. Ari Ben-Yakov
Enfant Returned to Mother, Moslem Dad
TEL AVIV (JTA) The Tel the father would convert to Ju-
Aviv District Court reversed this deism.
week a juvenile court ruling and
k turned to 19-year-old Yaffa Ajami ne C0l|Ple rilshcrf from ,he court-
and her Moslem lover their five-' house ,0 P,ck UP the ,nfant
month old boy. judgment of the district court.
which was not opposed by the Tel
The couple's attorney, Avraham Aviv district attorney, provided
Fishman, said that kidnapping; ,hat ,hc baby would be kept for
charges filed because the young one ycar .under the supervision of
mother had taken her baby from a social weifare 0ffjCer." The par-
a Welfare Ministry home would be cnls mav not remove the infant
"* Shortly after the baby was born,
a court order was issued" making
him a ward of the state for three
years. Yaffa went to the welfare
home to which the infant had been
taken and removed him. She sai.l
she did not know of the court or-
der. For that action, she was
charged with kidnapping.
dropped. The father. Abdul Ra-
him Majdaleh, was charged with
complicity.
The girl emerged from the
closed hearing with a big smile,
faying she and the father plan-
ned to marry soon, and the father
remarked "everything will be
rice and legal." Under Israeli
law they cannot marry unless
one converts to the other's reli-
There were reports that
from the Tel Aviv district until af-
ter next March.
The religious and legal dispute
stemmed from the fact that par-
ents on both sides are devoutly
religious and opposed the romance.
The girl ran away from home three
times to be with Abdul Rahim.
Last year, they took an apartment
in Tel Aviv and later the girl be-
came pregnant.
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US Groups Protest Soviet Arrests
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fined as a treasonable act."
"The ironic fact is," continued
Mr. Kat7, "that the Soviets used
Leningrad, as a showplace of reli-
glOUS freedom of Jews. Inn Tourist
guides included it in their points of
interest to foreign visitors."
The sentences meted* BWl to the
Russian Jews were protested
Monday in a statement issued by
the Jewish Labor Committee,
representing 500,000 Jewish work-
ers organized in trade unions af-
filiated with the AFL-CIO. The
JLC expressed its "bitterness"
and protested "vigorously against
the trial, and sentencing of Ge-
dalia Pechersky and others."
They were sentenced, said the
statement, "*or no other crime,
puniihed severely, because they
are Jews."
A.'olph Held, national chairman
of the Jewish Labor Committee,
sent a telegram to Adlai E. Steven-
son, chairman of the United States
delegation to the United Nations,
urging "the need for UN interven-
tion into the whole range of the
discriminatory policies against
Jews within the Soviet Union." In
his telegram, Mr. Held stated:
"T h e confirmed arrest, secret
trial and conviction of three Jew-
ish religious leaders, and the ad-
ditional arrests known in similar
cases, warrant a UN human rights
investigation. Policies of suppres-
sion, recrimination and discrimina-
tion in manv facets of Soviet life
still plague the Soviet Jews. Only
the UN spotlight at this moment
can save those already imprisoned
and those slated for a similar fate
on trumped-up specious and false
charges."
On bcnalt of the American Jew-
ish Congress. Rabbi Joachim
Prinz. president of the Congress,
issued a statement declaring the
latest arrests and imprisonment
wore "fresh evidence of the con-
tinued trasic plight" of the Jews
in the WSSR.

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Canadian Sectarian Periodical
In Bitter Attack Against Jews
an appropriate tribute to Israel's Bar Mitz-
ch year, 13 members of Temple Menorch
?ere honored for their "outstanding efforts on
ehc'f of Israel" at the congregation's Israel
.ar Mitzvah dinner last Thursday. Honored
Btcnding from left) were Abe Appel, Mrs. Sam
ielsky, Michael Bronstein, Louis DeCoveny,
Dseph G. Denmark, Sol Frankel, Frank Gold-
acn, Samuel Graubart, Oscar C. Lelchuk,
Leonard Rosen and Sam Schiffman. Not seen
are Max Krauss and Louis Reinstein. Making
the presentation, and guest speaker of the
evenir.g, was Dublin's Lord Mayor Robert
Friscoe. In response to an appeal by Rabbi
Meyer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple
Menorah, members of the audience purchased
S178.00C in State of Israel Bonds.
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Three of the principqls who helped make the Temple Menorah
Israel Bar Mitzvah dinner, on behalf of Israel Bonds, an "out-
standing success" last Thursday are (from left) Leonard I.
Solomon, dinner chairman; the Hon. Robert Briscoe, Lord
Mcyor of Dublin, Ireland, auest speaker of the evening; and
Mc.i;rice Revitz, Temple president.
Will Consecrate
NerTamid Youth
At Saturday morning services in
Temple Ner Tamid. children of the
religious school will be consecrated
. in a ceremony marking tne begin-
ning of their religious education.
' Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will offici-
! ate.
Children to be consecrated are:
Jackti : -. Sandra Axelrod, Herl
Caxklll, Alan Kdolman, Anna Bdel-
lium, Rnlph Kfelkenhurx, Howard
h.1.1. l nald Ki l< linan, C'hai leu i lold-
man, *"::i (< Iman, \' ii en-
lit 1.1. [>"hra Holland, Mark Iouu-n,
Vlan Jaiv i- m Ji fn v Ka> b< I, IS] a<
Ki.nn. Mil hai I i..ik.\
ha 1.. .V In. Rob. : I Mark, T> li i
Ml.li.i:, H. -lihi-r Moribtr, Kobyn
Pel li .'ii. : I'lal l, Jan< l i:." Innan,
Bruof II i w IIIIh m RottH h i -
Ad. i null .-.i nlierg, Marahall Sober,
Keith Toleman, Alan Tn llns, Harvej
Trautenlx u Aim W-l*liarl, i"
Wit kin. Sharon Zlxkln, Susan Zucker-
iii. i n
Barry Axel 'oil, Hrian Axelrod, Harry
Nexer, Andrew Tlavhle Staeej Tole-
man, Cheryl Weiabard, Cheryl SSuck-
ii-in.in.
Sari AxiIiihI, Cory Cullen, Roj
Hletcher, Sandra Huppert, Jonathan
Hurwiteh, Hii.ii Jacobs, William Ku-
tnn, Toby Ueveton, Mow. wl Levrant,
TVaey Miih.i: Jay I'earlman, Henry
Perunan, Leslie Robblna, Lorie Sav-
.i. si-.in Smith, Wllleali Woskow,
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religious association with the
people of his race all over the
world. Moreover, the .Jew is of-
ten expecting that Christians
should temporize Iheir own faith .
an:' missionary obligations to
accomodate extremely sensitive
Jewish feeling."
The article assailed Israel lor
v i o 1 at i n g Adolf Eichmann's
Tights." and stated: "The real |
need is research into the motiva-
tion of the Jewish people living in :
nations where they arc alien by
race, religion, and resist assimila-
tion into (he average citizenship
of the country.*'
Accusing the Canadian Jews of
being "one of the strongest voices
opposing Christian education in the
schools." the Anglican priest de-
clared: "Yet their forbears were
al one time eager to accept asylum
and hospitality in Canada. They
came as 'guests of the house.' and
now they want to change the pat-
tern and way of life."
The Rev. Thomas stated thai
councils of Christians and Jews,
such as exist in the United States
and Canada, "are little areas of
compromise, unacceptable to either
Christianity or Judaism, and could
indeed be delaying the real facing
of the fundamentals involved, be-
L'CHAYIM
to the American quality of greatness!
Levi Meyers Harby
Early American naval hero,
Harby's rise to rank ot
Captain at the age of 25
forecast a distinguished
career. He fought in the
War of 1812, in the
Mexican War which brr
Texas mlo (he Union, in
the defeat of the pirates of
Algiers and Tripoli, and in
the Civil War. Being a son
of South Carolina, he
(ought on the Confederate
side.
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cause they are crying peace where
there is no peace.' Peaceful co-
existence has never proved possi-
ble for Christianity and Juci>is,m
hin 4fcetsflmc country." Rev.-Thomas
asserted.
As to Nazi Germany, the Rev.
Thomas declared: "To dismiss
the treatment of the Jewish pes-
ple under the Hitler regime in
Germany as a simple case of poli-
tical exploitation is to avoid the
very heart of the matter. Nazi
leadership exploited a situation
which already existed.
"There had been elements of be-
havior on the part of the Jewish
people in Germany which had made
them collectively unpopular. One
of these factors was, of course,
their natural growth in numbers,
which was not their fault, but it
did make them an uncomfortable
'bloc' from the political and eco-
nomic points of view, especially
With their tendency to fraternize
together."
The priest concluded that "the
real solution is in a new pattern-
not in an uneasy coexistence which
erupts ever so often." He empha-
sized that "Christianity can never
compromise its missionary chal-
lenge in relation to any other ideol-
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flamingo rhaplor of National
area < rdfae Hoapttai will
bold a "Roaring Twontlei Nlta"
daaaa OB Saturday evening at VJel-
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Hn a Simka i>. in charge or rciaf
vat ion* to the function which will
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vith the Noraaahai' Religion in
American ijf- eampaifo, hut the
project ajIJ continue throughout the!
roar. Slogan of the project, which
11 being coordinated with all
braoebei of the congregation, js
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vJewisti fh>rSdfian
Page 9-A
Srxsakers at the 46th general assembly of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations this week in Washington, D.C.,
are upper row (left to riaht) Arthur J. Goldberg, U.S. Secretary
oi Labor; Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath, president o=t UAHC;
Judqe Eroil N. Barr, chairman of the UAHC board of trustees
Bottom row are (left to right) Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of
Hebrew Union College; Victor Reuther, assistant to the pres-
ident. United Automobile Workers; and Mrs. Daisy Monsky,
president of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods.
Reform Conference Offers Eist
Of Prominent Jews as Speakers
By Special Report
, delegates. Major adc=*mses have
also been heard from. U.S. Secre-
WASHIXGTONOne of the larg- ,arv of Labor Arthur Goldberg, a
cst Jewish gatherings in this hemi- momber of Temple Sirraai, Washing-
sphere is taking place in the na-
tion's capital this week as dele-
gates from the United States, Cana-
da. Panama and West Indies are
gathered there for the 46th general
assembly of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations at the
Sheraton-Park hotel.
A record attendance of over 3.000
Jay leaders, rabbis and official vis-
itors was expected for the conven-
tion Nov. 11 to 16. according to
UAHC board chairman, Judge
Emil N. Baar, of New York City.
The Union of American Hebrew
[Congregations represents 630 Re-
Iform temples with membership ot
j 1,000,000.
This year's convention theme is
''Judaism and Democracy." Gen-
.al assembly program chairman,
)avid Levitt, of Great Neck. L. I.,
bscrved that the 17
nd evening programs are probing
tie application of Judaism to the
ton. DC; Victor G. Reuther. ad-
ministrative assistant to the presi-
dent. United Automobile Workers
Union: James M, Lamndis, special
assistant to the Pres-ident of the (
JWY Protests
Munich Arrest
Of Ex-Soldier
By Special Report
NEW YORK The Jewish War
Veterans of the U.S.A. this week
expressed shock and indignation
over reports that an American-
born Yugoslav has been arrested
in Munich for killing two German
soldiers in the war-time resistance.
Lazo Vracaric was arrested in
his hotel room last Thursday by
Munich police. As a Tito partisan
during World War II. he had shot
the Germans in an ambush near
the Wehrmacht barracks in Za-
greb in 1941.
JWV National Commander
Theodore Brooks, of New York,
characterized the episode as "an
act of stupidity and careless-
ness" by West German State au-
thorities that is certain to have
worldwide implications.
"While we are prepared to make
the ultimate sacrifice in fighting
for German freedom, we cannot
forget the base brutalities of Ger-
man Gestapo nor the murder of
countless millions by Nazi butch-
ers. The democratic government
of West Germany has an obliga-
tion to make crystal clear its re-
pugnance of a past best forgotten.
Arrests of World War II resistance
fighters for trying to rid their
country of this barbaric force 20
! years later is certainly not de-
signed to rally German ex-enemies
to her side in this hour of crisis."
The JWV commander said "The
West German authorities and the
Estate which arrested Vracaric
publicly apologize to him
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workshops ars of Lebanon Hospaital to persons
serving the new ranedical institu-
tion, will be given to three physi-
ograms of congregations, family
[e, the morality of peaceful co-
istence among nations, the con-
ict of government, the revolution
industrial relations, and inter-
ligious cooperation.
he National Federation-of Tern-
Sisterhoods is holding a simul-
jieous gathering with the meet-
jg of their 23rd biennial assembly
the Shoreham hotel. Their main
lies are concentrating on "New
cts and Themes for Sisterhoods."
uiing the week, the National
n. of Temple Administrators is
io holding its 10th biennial con
AFTER
THE

cians at a tribute br- 10.
Drs. Martin Bele, Benjamin Oren
and Maurice Rich eavil] receive the
unique bronze plaqixje. according to
an announcement tr~iis week by hos-
pital president, Sarmuel T. Sapiro.
in recognition of '"*their individual
and team eftorts iim securing finan-
cial support o( Cecrlars of Lebanon
in its early years., and for stimu-
lating community interest in the
ultra-modern, non- profit institution
which will now serve all families
of Dade county."
The breakfast will take place at
ition here at the Mayflower ho- (he Everglades hotel, and will be
attended by hundpreds of friends of
the honorees, as eswell as top local
f.gures in welfare health and civic
; lite.
An impressive list of speakers
highlighting the six-day con-
ition. Rabbi Maurice N. Eisen-
ath, UAHC president, present-
ed to the Assembly a report on
the progress and problems of Re-
Irm Judaism and set before the
^legates a list of new goals and
llenges in his "State of Ovr
on" address on Sunday even-
The Sisterhood will hear
m their president, Mrs. Daisy
sky, of Los Angeles, and the
TS executive director. Miss
Evans.
Monday, Tuesday and
flnesday workshops and every
kning meeting were joint ses-
-rfon attended by UAHC and NFTS
Joint Ser vice
Slated H On Thursday, NBov. 23. at 11 a.m..
i Dade Heights Je\*wish Congregation
! will have a uni-ted Thanksgiving
, service. This is an annual event
1 in which all Jewish Congregatians
1 of North Dade jain.
Participants tttds year will be
Rabbi Harold R ichter and Cantor
Emanuel MandeU. of Dade Heights;
Rabbi Sheldon Stunrnelz and Can-
tor Maurice Ne-mi, of Congregation
Yehudah Moshe= Rbbi Max Zuck-
er and Cantor Abraham Reisman,
of Temple AdatUi Yeshurun.
Also Rabbi fcrieory Wernick. of
, .. .. i.M. to.., i Temple B'nai S-holom; Rabbi Ben-
ien's Club of Dade Heights Jew- | ^ ^^ and CMQT Chet Ga)e
of Temple Sin ai of No. Miami;
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz and Can-
tor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum, of
Beth Torah; an d Rabbi Max Shapi-
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Kennedy Accepts Torah Presentation
pome 400 Food Fair employees reported to the Miami office
the supermarket chain at 7000 NW 32nd ave., for Blood
ink Day in behalf of Mt. Sinai Hospital recently. Co-
linators for this community-hospital cooperative effort were
pr. Mark Cirlin, Blood Bank director of the hospital; Paul
lagling. co-chairman; and Frank Catterson, chairman of
food Fair's Blood Bank. Mcry Jo Fry, medical technician,
tter.ds a donor.
inai Blood Bank Donations in Rise
kroup donations are increasing, Days recently in Miami and Ft.
i increasingly needed to meet
demands from patients both in- Lauderdale.
and outside the hospital, re-
ts Dr. Mark Cirlin, head of the
Sinai Hospital Blood Bank pro-
le Blood Bank, which Dr. Cirlin
[directed since 1949, has been
|ily expanding its activities
r.ore Dade county clubs, busi-
. id industry groups taking
a regular basis.
"Donor !>.i\-' are scheduled in
6 next week- locally at IlihiSCUS
odge, Temple Ner Tamid. Miami
each, and a! Temple Israel. Ten*
6 Zion,. Temple Beth Am. Beth
avid's If en'- Club, and the Coral
ay Jewish (.'enter. Miami.
'ome 500 c\iplo\ccs of I-'.....I Fair
>re repo'tt-d during its Donor
;roel Considers
aunchlng Rocket
Continued from Page 1-A
:ision miy bt considered now
/ the Uriel Cabinet.
Fhe Atial report from Cairo
lowed ne.\.- that Prof. Eugen
uger had resigned as director
Httgart Jet Propulsion Ke-
rch Uslilute because West <;,r
] officials had objected to his
He United Arab Republic
an awisor on rocket projects.
had been reported that Egyptian
ehtisti; with the help of Prof.
eager ;, his assistants, had
/eloped i : i ket similar to the
V-2 huh Hitler used to
'. boAh" London near the end
World V, i. i.
! Ltndon Times report said
I EgyMiau officials refused to
lose an details of the kind of
Cket Whli I'.is lie,-II tested or
e circum s of its manulac
report said the officials
10 deeMned comment on I'rof.
enger'tXreported suspension and
signatMHi A report last week
id that' ti n, ,\ model V 1! re
rtedly T^uilt by Egypt has a
nge of 2.H) miles and Is able
reach alieo-i an\ point in Israel
, WASHINGTON(JTA) President
Kennedy Monday was presented
; with a Torah by a delegation of
; 250 Reform Jewish leaders repre-
senting the convention of the Union
i of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, now taking place' here:'The
| Torah originally belonged to the
(late Rabbi Isaac M. Wise, founder
[of Reform Judaism in the United
[States, and was entrusted to the
Reform temple in Cincinnati bear-
ing his name.
The presentation ceremony took
place at the Rose Garden of the
White House. It was arranged by
Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Gold-
berg, who was elected to the
UAHC beard of trustees. The pres-
entation was made by Rabbi Mau-
rice N. Eisendrath. UAHC presi-
dent. President Kennedy, in ac-
cepting the Torah, said that the
i ceremony "symbolizes the happy
relations which exist between our
religious groups, and must con-
tinue to exist in this country if we
are worthy of our heritage."
In making the presentation.
Rabbi Eisendrath declared.: "This
parchment contains not only
sacred words but words for
which men had sacrificed their
lives. This nation was establish-
ed on these words and the im-
mutable universal truths which
they express. These truths re-
main our most potent weapon
in today's ,jreat struggle between
those who have staked their
lives and their future on the
value of the human spirit breath-
ing free in a universe guided by
divine laws and those who seek
to bring the creative human
personality under the awesome
weight of a juggernaut tyranny.
You, Mr. President, are the in-
spired "and" inspiring leader of
those committed to the moral
mandate set forth in the words
of this sacred parchment."
President Kennedy, in replying.
declared: "The significance of this
ceremony is not merely a gift of
an ancient document but that in
, a very real sense the great Issue
[ today is. as Rabbi Eisendrath
stated, the supremacy of the moral
, law which is initiated, originated
, and developed in the Bible and
which has special application here
todav.
"I have never fell that we should
attempt to use the great impulse
towards God and towards religion.
: which all people feel, as an ele-
ment in a cold war struggle.
Rather, it is not an arm. it is the
essence of leadership not the
organization of economy so much
but as the supremacy of moral law
and therefore the right of the in-
j dividual, his rights to be protected
I by the State and not be at the
I mercy of the State.
"In the inaugural address which
the rabbi mentioned. I said that
the basic issue was that the rights
| the citizen enjoyed did not come
from the State, but rather came
I from the Hand of God. And it is
! written here. And it is written in
! the Old and in the New Testament.
i "So I am grateful to you. and
! f wani you to know that, in com
| ing here today, I think it symbol-
izes' the happy relations which
exist between our religious groups
and must continue to exist in this
country if w e arc to be worthy of
lour heritage. So. Rabbi. I am
grateful to you. There is no gift
| which could please me more, and
j I am delighted to welcome you to
[ your house
Israel Consul
To Speck Here
Zcev Z. Dover. Israel Consul for
| the Southeastern United states,
| will discuss t h e personality and
; writings of David Ben-Gurion. at an
i open meeting co-sponsored by the
; Bureau of Jewish Education and
the Miami Beach Recreation De-
partment.
Al Sherman w ill introduce Dover.
[ Louis Schwartzman. executive di-
rector of the Bureau, will speak
j briefly on the objectives of J'ew-
! ish Book Month.
Dover has served as first sec-
retary and consul of the Israel
Embassy in Australia, and as
charge d'affaires of the Embas-
sy. His last assignment was in
the African division of the Min-
istry for Foreign Affairs.
Schwartzman will speak on "Jew-
ish Book Month." being celebrated
throughout the country from Nov.
3 to Dec. 3.
Tamid Classes
n of the Adult Educa-
of Temple Ner Tamid
Beginners' Hebrew," 8
feyer Samberg, instruc-
! .National Hebrew." 8
> 9 p.m., Aaron Center, instructor;
.nd ble and Religious Cus-
ms," 9 to lo p in conducted by
Ijene Labovitz. Classes
ednesday.
; Co.
The Journalist Wlio Always Fought For Freedom
Isodor Bush began his adult life lighting
for freedom in Austria-Hungary. And
though he emigrated to America, he never
ceased lighting for human freedom.
Arriving in New York in 1849, Bush
began publishing Israel's Herald, the first
Jewish weekly in America. Later, Bush
joined relative's in Missouri and became
prominent in the affairs of the growing city
of St. Louis. He became a member of the
City Council and the Board of Education.
Missouri had been a slave state since
the famous Missouri Compromise of 1820.
With the outbreak of the Civil War, the
sjave owners of Missouri .attempted to
take the state into, the Confederacy. A
convention was called and the loyal ele-
ments formed a Union Party to preserve
the state for the Federal Government.
Isodor Bush was one of the candidates on
the slate elected at this convention.
>When President Lincoln delivered his
Emancipation Proclamation, Bush fought
for Hit; immediate emancipation of the
slaves in Missouri, saying in one speech.
"Slavery has arrayed brother against
brother, son against father. It has destroyed
God's noblest worka free people."
It is significant in measuring the char-
acter of Isodor Hush that after the Civil
War was over, when extreme radicals were
In control of the state, he continued to
fight for human freedom as he saw it. As a
member of the constitutional convention,
this man, who had fought so hard for the
freedom of the slaves, refused to sign a
constitution for the state which would
have restricted the citizenship rights of
Southern sympathizers and former Con-
federate soldiers.
* It was an unpopular, dangerous stand
to take, but Isodor Bush remained staunch
in his principle. In the end his faith in
American freedom was vindicated and all
citizens, North and South, were united in
full citizenship under one flag.
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Maurice Revitz, Harry Genet, Louis Merwitzer, and Rebecca Merwitzer Building of the new
Mrs. Merwitzer, Charles Merwitzer, Charles Hebrew Academy.
Charcowsky. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, at
400 at Dedication Of New Academy
building committee, announced,
that more than $740,000 has been
raised towards the million dollar
goal, and that the quota will be
raised before the first of ttte new
year.
Greetings were extended by Mrs.
Joseph Shapiro, president of the
Hebrew Academy Women; Mrs.
Sheldon Dearr. president of t b e
PTA; Lee Rosenhouse. president of
(he Student Body; and Commissio-,
DOT Charles "Chuck" Hall Princi-
pal address was given by Rabbi
Joseph E. Hackovsky. spiritual
leader of Beth Tfilah Congregation.
Ceremonies were conducted by
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Acting
as escorts to Mr. and Mrs Merwit-
zer were Mr. and Mrs. Charles'
Charcowsky, Leonard Rosen. Sam-1
uel Reinhard. Harry Genet and
Maurice Revitz. Entertainment was
provided by Cantor Abraham Seif.
(ii Knesseth Israel Congregation,
and Larry Blue, accordioni-t
Harold Thurman extended greet-
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B. I. Binder, president, in lauding
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this new building"
Merwitzer is over-all campaign
chairman of the new school. The
building is scheduled to be com-
pleted early in March, according
to Richard C. Basker. builder of
the school
Charles Merwitzer, noted in-
dustrialist of Pittsburgh, Pa., son
cf Mr. and Mrs. Merwitzer, was
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to the members of the City Coun-
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Benjamin Zeev Herxl
Afterwards, he was sent to Devils
Bland. "Death to the traitor Drey-
I" "All the Jews are traitors!"
eath to the Jews!" the French I
ried. Herzl was shocked. "As long j
we remain in exile," thought j
jterzl, "the peoples will hate us.!
'e must return to Eretz Israel; for'
nly there can we live a life of
reedom and tranquility."
Then Herzl wrote his book, "The
Jewish State," which made a tre-
tiendous impression in all coun-
ties. .He said:. "If you will it, it
ViU be no legend."
Herzl died, but his great dream
^as fulfilled, and the State of Is-
lael arose in 1948, fifty years
fter he had written his book,
[The Jewish State."
In 1949, the Israel Government
Esaus of Today Not Evil;
He Had Many Fine Virtues
By
RABBI HERBERT BAUMGARD
Temple Beth Am
The "Biblical reading for last
Sabbath, according to the tradi-
tional cycle, was "Tol'dos." It tells
>f the birth <>l the twins Esau and .
: Jacob. The narrative informs us
ha: \\hile Esau, as the first born.
. entitled to 11 Isaac's major
eir and lea ler of tl e family after
Isaac'- passii E spised
h>- bin right." descent of
th A.b r a li a m
should have passed to Isaac and
< I Isail. Jews. hi a e> i.
honi r Aoi al am, Isaac an Jai ob,
as their "ahvos their founding
fathers Esau "de pised
his birthright." The Biblical text is
written so as to make it clear to
us that while it may seem that
Jacob (with his mother's help) de-
ceived both Esau and Isaac, actu-
al-y Jacob was deserving of the
birthright because he loved it and
Esau despised it.
As a young lad. I was neutral
some sympathy for the Felestine Arabs
columnist who wrote. The earth belongs to those who work on it."
The Arabs were living in Palestine in large numbers, in those days,
but it was the Jews who were fertilizing the soil with their sweat. The
Arabs "despised their birthright," but Jacob (the Jews) loved it and
were willing to work for it.
Esau could have been an historically-famous Jew. He chose not
to be by his indifference to the spiritual tasks before him. He pre-
ferred to be a hunter, the sport of his day. So many Jews are in the
position of Esau. They have it within their power to make Judaism
vital and meaningful, but they are indifferent to their responsibility.
They prefer sports and entertainment to an extreme we all enjoy
some diversion and they despise their birthright.
The Esaus of today are not evil people Esau himself had many
virtues. They are merely those who refuse to look upon life as a holy
responsibility. Life is not to them "real and earnest." They don't want
to enter into a covenant relationship with God. They don't wish to be
a "light unto the peoples." They want to eat venison (steak) and to
hunt surface thrills. They are willing to work hard for the soft prize,
but if being Jewish means being in the vanguard of the fight for civil
rights and the clamoring for an end to the current international farce,
they are not interested. If the latter is their birthright, they choose
to exchange it for a prize you can see and touch.
The future, however, belongs not to the Esaus. but to the Jacobs,
and it is the name of Jacob which will be lovingly recalled by our
children's children.
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with
RABBI HERBERT BAUMGARD
those who refuse
respect to Zionism and had
until I read an article by a
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaec Ever.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: 'Man
Grown More Knowing with A;.-." I
p.m. Kermon: "Jacob'x Departure
Croin the Home
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 1Sth nve.
Conservative. R. Yusko. president.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con-
servative. Rabbi Norn-an N. Shapiro.
Cantor Whliarn W. Lpson.
i p.ni S< rvl..... Hied to
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BETH El.. SCO SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
l-'i Id.i) |i.m Saturdu
Kermon: I mi

BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Pibbi Max Shapiro.
Cantor Hyman Fine-
idaj -i.i p.m. Sermon: "Thanking
i...i in Sorrow Saturday 8:45 a.m.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottrran.
i rida) .".: i "i p.m. baturdaj l| a.m Ser-
mon: Foundation of the Torah Fam-
,i> 1 p.m. Rabbi Rottman will l
Kuest speaker al Ladles' .....s Shab-
bat.

BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m,
Sermon: "Report from Mixrachl Con-
vent ion.''

BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president.
Friday 5 p.m. Saturday h a.m.

BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
I i day :,::!0 and 8:30 p.m. Sermon:
"All .\!<-n Are Noi Created i.n...i.
Bo l.....lay 8:45 a.m. Bar Mltkvak:
Jorae, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Reichman; ." p.m., Bruce, sun nf Mr,
and Mrs. Kaiiic.-i Burkons.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th st Miami. Rabbi Sam.
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Friday 5:13 and 8:80 ii.m. Sermon:
"Torah: A Blueprint for Our Livei
I Saturday 9 a.m, Bar MJtsvah: David,
! son "f Mr, and Mrs. Lron Namoff.
GEMS OF WISDOM
Education :< that which reiMftu,
uhen one has forgotten everything
>ie lei led in schoi I. i insi UN
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lee:' If a man di t- itoi di
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Heps c/ tdf wise. Thus ye may be
Confident your learning will abide.
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in,mi- Ramet, "f the American Jewish
Committee, biaturday 8 a.m. Thurs-
day, Sov, LM. 11 a.m. Bar Milzvah:
N.ai. son nf Mr and Mrs. Aaron
Kalis.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
l-iiiav S:l."> p.m. Sirmon: "Judaism
and Democracj Our Common H<-ii-
tau.-." Salurda) 10:IS a.m.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washina-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bomstein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "How do
Men Face Death when they do not
Believe in Heaven and Hell?"

TEMPLE JUDEm. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai PoOet.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Not a Sta-
tion Ian a Road." Ones Shabbat host:
>"isli-i h.>ii,l Saturday 10::'0a.m.
^Jvnow Ljour y*
(DADE HEiGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st Con- I'n ii
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter. I Sweal
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Frlda) ''' p.m. '' \enl speaker, Mrs.
Donald l.al'.-IN ; di nt of No Mi-
ami chapter ORT will talk on "ORT
Snturdaj .. Si r-
' I 'ortion -.f Week." Etai
Mltzvah: Sianford, son of Mr and
Mi- Moi Heller.
TFMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor toward Klein.
si', p.m. Sermon: "By the
: Tin Brow." Oneg Shabbat
hostr !-i. mi.is chapter of Women's
American ORT Saturda) 8 a.m. s.--
ini-ii: "The Portion of the i.a Bar
Mltsvah: Hruce, -!! of Mr and Mra,
('harli h K usi ns
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is "K'dusha D'Sidra?"
This is the name given to that
portion of Ihe liturgy recited alter
the daily prayers, be.'ore the Satur-
day afternoon service, and after
the Saturday evening service. Ex-
cept for the Saturday evening re-
cital, the section is preceded with
a statement beginning "And a Re-
deemer shall come unto Zion, etc."
Its main body begins with the s'.ate-
ment "And Thou art Holy etc."
For all intents and purposes it ap-
pears to be ah additional recital
of K'dusha," a prayer for the sane-
tification of Gods name.
*
What is the origin of this prayer?
Some authorities claim that it
was inserted as an appendix to the
end of the service for the sake ol"
the latecomers who might have
missed the "K'dusha" prayers
when they were recited in the
midst of the service. For this rea-
son it is omitted on Saturday morn-
ing when everyone is usually pres-
ent and if the K'dusha prayers are
missed in the early morning ser-
vice (Shacharis) they can be re-
cited later in the additional service
which is added on Sabbaths and
holidays (Musaf).
If one really missed both morn-
ing services, then our form of
Tins f^Kc in prepared m co-
.rclior. u'lt.N the Spiritual Lead-
I ers of i/ie Greater Miami Rabbm-
3 cal Assn.
RAbbI MAX A. LlPsCHITZ
Coordinator
Cuiunbtttor:
KAhBI SOLOMON BCHIPV
Gems of Wisdom
brought his remains from the
cemetery in Vienna to the State of
Israel.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
K'dusha D'Sirda is recited on Satur-
day afternoon. Even if it was
missed then there still was a last
chance on Saturday evening alter
the evening service to have the spe-
cial K'dusha D'Sidra recited. Many
authorities claim that this prayer
had a more positive background.
It was recited alter a "lesson" from
the prophets. Actually, following
the service there was a lecture and
a lecture was always followed with
a message from the prophets after
which this prayer was used follow-
ing the theme of redemption which
was usually the jist of the prophetic
message. Hence the antecedent of
the passage "And a redeemer shall
come to Israel." V*
Also the name gathers meaning
here because it is simply translated
as "The K'dusha that comes after
the lesson." (K'dusha D'Sidra).
Such a lecture was evidently pre-
sented after the daily morning ser-
vice, before the Saturday afternoon
Service, and probably on Saturday
evening. Still others claim that
FLAGLER GRANADA. 10 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Canter George Goldberg.
a and -.;, p n Sal
' a in.
e
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapjro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Frfdaj 8:15 i*.in. Si i on: 'An
Oneg Shabbat boat: renter's Blkur
Chollm. Saturday v i"> a.m, .v:, i-
noon Bar Mltivah: Mian, son ol M:
.i mi Mra, Nathan i Tosi.
e
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW flth
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday 8 IS p.m. Quest speaker, Mrs
Evelyn Blackman, director speaker's
bureau Sbutnwest chanter "i Wom-
en's American ORT. Her topic will
i History and Future of ORT Vo-
cational School*." Saturdaj 8 a.m.
e
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
Friday B:30 p.m. Sermon: "The vir-
tu. ,if Cooperation." Services dedi-
cated to ORT. Saturday I a.m, Ser-
mon: "The Gate of Heaven."
e
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Friday 8:10 p.m. Sermon: "A Report
li the National Reform Movement."
Services in honor of ORT. Quest
speaker, Mrs. William Sanea, -luca-
tlonal vice prealdent of the local
chapter. Saturday 11:15 a.m.
Marvin Sokplow; Randy, aon of
Marvin Sokolow; Rancy, son of
and Mrs. Howard Bchwarts.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and
Tntum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg
i-"i iln v p.m. Si rmi n "i 'RT To
Make i ing;H Human Ones Asaln."
Ser>.....led i" i ilt'l". >nee;
nstx: Miami Hi ai h An. i
noun .iii I i cha pters of Women's
Vmerican iRT Sat irdaj 8 i?> a.m.
Consecration >' ri Lglous school Btu-
d I 11: .-.
e
TEMPLE S'NAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Eenno M. Wallach.
Frldai on: "1 mprea-
slona from Washington." ^
e
TEMPLE TIFEK^ n JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
I mi.iv 8:80 p.m. Sisterhood will spon-
sor Its first Queen Sabbath N'la-ht.
Saturda) 8 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly
Port Ion of the Law."
TEMPLE 7AMCRA.
Conservative.
44 Zamora ave.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
I'riiiay s:',(i i> in Sermon: "Departure
mil Arrival." Onega Shabbat basts:
Rabbi and Mrs \;f:,,i Waxman.
e
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
Friday S:30 p.m. Sermon; "From Clv-
illaatlon to Wilderness." Oneg 8hab-
bal host: Rubin l.evin, to e.lelirato
rinding his brother, Oershon, after ">5
years. Saturday 9 a.m. .Sermon:
"Where Have w. Failed?"
'
YEHUDAH MO&HE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
SteinmeU. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Pridaj g:16 p.m, Sermon: "Charity
liar "s Meimlng." Service dedteatpd to
Mi.
Mi.
i'K'I' SatmUay :"i a.jit Bar
Harry.
Cohn.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
tructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:15 p.m, Sermon: "Thanks-
glvlng in the Nuclear Age." Saturday
a.m. Sermon: "'The Value <
Dreami Bar Mltsvah: Paul Sutta.
son of Mrs. Mat on Anderson and
Mai tin Sutta,
TFMPLF "ETH SHOLEM of Holly- I
'"' ITK Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.
HCn nt ; ii -t si aket Bey- I
son t of Mr. liid
PBBaaaOTBBBaaBBBBSasVBSBBsl
ar Mltzvah:
Mr* Jacob
CANDUUGH7ING TIME
S Oiaev 5:16 p.m.
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Jbftisft Fhriii*r
Friday, rfovember 17
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
The Unprecedented Growth of Right-Wing Organizations
\ MERICAN Jewi-h organizations
* interested in protecting civil
[rights are now watching very close-
ly the unprecedented growth of
extreme right wing organizations
organizations in this country With-
in the last 18 months the number
of luch organizations ha< mush-
I roomed from 18 to 95 In the fir-:
mx months of 1961. more extreme right-wing groups
have emerged than in any other single year of the
past two decades. Not all of them are anti-Semitic
Some of them go out of their way no- to permit the
injection of an'- anti-Jewish utterances in their pro-
paganda -nd activities.
Others are making it a point to declare that they
tre game) religious prejudice. Only a very small
number of the 95 v si | th< extreme right-wing groups con-
re;.' activities basically on combatting Com-
.-m in thi- c Some cf "hem are simul-
L'nited Nations against liberal
shington administration, against
..- grati nst foreign aid. and ag linsl -
. elfare I Leading among these organiza-
stian Anti-Communism Crusade and
. Birch S ciety.
v Communism League, despite
Bnitely nut anti-Jew-
ish. 1 lan 70.000 followers and is con-
-;\e campaign againsl Commu-
; exist* on donations and will probably go
over the SI mark this year The John Birch
hi h has about 100.000 members, disclaims
try. and even claims to have Jews
_:. og its men bers. However, it is feared that the
group's arch-conservative program makes it a target
.' r iflfiltrath n bj religious and racial hate-monger1-.
Especially, because the organization is run on the
United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
Africans Get the Facts
United Nations i
THE ARAB DELEGATIONS here, de-
termined to press this year for all-1
out 'repatriation" of the Arab refugees
I' Israel territory, have overplayed their
hand It i-> becoming increasingly ap-l
parent that they have reckoned badly on
the vote of many new member states. |
especially the Africans.
More and more of the Africans, as they settle into the
routine of UN debates, are showing disinclination to swal-
low whole the Arab claims that the Arab refugee problem
and, indeed, the entire "Palestine Question." involves is-
- of imperialism, colonialism, and racial persecution
issues stressed by the Arabs in their frantic efforts to
pain African sympathy in their continuing drive to destroy
Israel.
For the first time since they entered the United Na-
have now taken the opportunity of
looking into the full facts, the background, and the true
ry of the Arab-Israeli conflicts The significant fact
. that "he initiative has come trom the
Africans.
An example of great significance is the fact that, re-
cently, the African- of the French community, belonging
U he so-called Brazzavile Group, invited Israel's delega-
tion chairman. Michael S Comay. to discuss the "Palestine
Question" with them Had Israel attempted to summon
the Africans to such a meeting, they might well have re-
sisted the move, dismissing it as an effort to propagandize
ihem. But i! was they who a-ked Mr Comay to meet with
them.
Actually, the Arab delegations themselves are respon-
sible for these developments. Had they let the Israeli is-
alone. the Africans, busy attending to many other im-
tant affair- here, would have found themselves voting
sometimes in favor of the Arabs, sometimes in favor of
the Israeli viewpoint But on none of such occasions would
they have been acquainted with all the facts.
But the Arabs had determined as long ago as last year's
Assembly session that the time had come to press for what
er the real "solution" to force Israel to the
vail, preliminary to forcing all of Israel into the sea The
Arabs presented their cave" with so much invective, with
such obvious unfairness, that the Africans were forced to
atari looking deeply into all aspects of the Arab-Israeli con-
flict.
Many of the Africans here concede freely that they
have not been too well acquainted with the basic issues in-
volved in the disputes between the Arabs and Israel. The
entire Middle East the region's cultures, history, ancient
ouarrels and new drives for hegemony have been for-
eign to many Africans This is true of other parts of the
world, as well Educated in universities on the European
continent, in France or Germany, in England or in Italy,
the Africans knew and understood European problems.
But, as one said the other day, "I had never even heard of
Laos or Nepal; and I never knew a thing about the Pales-
tine Partition pian of 1947 or about why the Arabs left in
droves when the Israelis were fighting for their existence
in 1948 and 19-19. At that time. I was in prison, for fighting
my own country's oppressors."
Now the African; are studying the records because the
Arabs have made impossible demands on them and have,
indeed, insulted their intelligence. The Africans thus seek
cut the Israelis, asking questions.
basis of "cells" consisting of no more than 20 mem-
ben each and members of one "cell" may not
know who the members of other cells are.
The John Birch Society, which is only three years
old, is known to be growing and i- *aid to have among
] members very influential people. It is led by
I;obert H. W Welch, a 61-year-old retired candy
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
A Collection
Of Much Fun
HANUKKAH LATKES AND ROTHSCHILD'S MIL-
LIONS. By David Schwartz. 2C6 pp. New York:
Twayne Publishers. S4.00.
AT the bottom of this pagi is a column by
David Schwartz, the author ol this book. He
needs no introduction to readers of the Jewish press;
for twenty-live years he has been a columnist for
the .lewi-h Telegraphic Agency, which syndicates
his weekly column. Georgia-bom. Atlanta-bred.
David Schwartz originally intended to become a
rabbi, but he got sidetracked on the Cincinnati Daily
Tribune, the Cleveland News and the Washington
He-aid and found a happy home with the JTA. His
warmth and humor have enriched many a feature
page
Collected it. this book is much cf the fun. glean-
ed from the most diverse sources. Anecdotes from
the modern scene vie with the wit of the Talmud
and Midrash. Nothing Jewish is sale from his glee-
ful eclecticism not even Torah. Indeed, he quotes
the Israelis: where Moses required forty years to
cover Sinai. Moshe Dayan accomplished it in four
days. "Some of the Israelis quip that the present
Sinai campaign was undertaken to give the Torah.
handed down in Sinai, back to God."
There is more of the delightful irreverence
which I always find the best part of Jewish humor.
I knew of no other people which dares jest about
the relationship of man to God; everyone else pussy-
foots around it as though the whole thing were a
giant eggshell which might crack into pieces any
moment. To me. the Jewish banter with God
heavens, they are forever arguing with Him! has
always revealed not a lack of awe but the very
dearness and whilesomeness of the relationship
as a child will laughingly tease his father, utterly
secure in the fastness of both their loves. Schwartz
writes, for instance, that the Talmud says that when
God complained to Isaac, "Thy children are sin-
ners." Isaac leplied: "Are they my children and
not thine?" What, he goes on, was God to say to
that0
There are Yiddish proverbs: "If one lies down
with dogs, one gets up with fleas." And this one:
"Moshe Kabbenu hat auch nish: gekennt auskom-
men mit die Yidden" (Moses, our teacher, couldn't
gel along with the Jews eithen. You see, no one
is spared least of all the anti-Semite, one of whom
delivered a lengthy tirade against Jews in Sir Moses
Montefiore's presence. Sir Moses sat listening, say-
ing nothing. "1 see by your face." said the Jew-
hater, "that you would like to devour me." "My
religion," replied the great Jewish philanthropist,
"forbids me to eat pig."
And I can't res;' repeating this one. about the
American who was worried about health conditions
on his proposed trip to Israel. "But suppose I am
bitten by a snake?" "Well, just suck it out," "But
suppose I am bitten in the rear?" "Then." said the
Israeli physician, "you will learn who your friends
are."
You'll enjoy this book. It's just for fun. and it's
written by a friend.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
manufacturer of Belmont. Mass.. a nd is operating ln
34 -tales. Jewish leaders forsee that the influence
of extreme right wing groups vnay increase u
Khrushchev continues to antagonize Ann ricans In
his blunt anti-American tactics ^At any rate, the*
believe that the surge of right-win^ ictivitj will not
;.bate significantly in the next thr-ee or four years
The Jewish organizations are dct crminid to stand
behind the liberal policies oi the American Govern-
ment which keeps an eye on Ihe- activities of the
extreme right-wing groups but docs not uvdertake
anvthing to check them.
*
BETWEEN COVERS: .lews who are pessimistic
about the future of Judaism in th is countrj should
take a lesson from American publishing firms Not
a week passes nowadays without a nTewJud;
appearing on the American book market. Almost
all of them arc intended tor the Amen,,: Jewish
reader who want- to know more on Judaism and sub-
jects 'l interest to Jews. Take, for instance, the
books publi-hed this week. In one singh ... |
received nine books of Jew ish con tent published bv
various publishers. Some of thcse books are verj
good, some of them are not good and | and
some are ol no importance.
To the last category belongs "The J< i Gen-
tile World" published by Macmillan. it :- an an-
Ihology" of anti-Semitic and philo-Semitic- statements
about Jews by non Jewish writers, philo-ophers,
church-leaders and rulers, edited by Arnold A.
Rogow Who need* such a book1 Why collect and
perpetuate long forgotten anti-Sem itii i nts of
centuries ago? And what motiva ted 'hi editor to
present statements made by some? and not include
statements made by others of Ihe same \
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Growth of Day Schools
AH INTERESTING development in Or-
^^ thodox-sponsor ed da) schools has
been reported by T~orah I'liu-sorah. the
National Society for- such schools. Ac-
cording to Dr. Jose-ph Kamwetsky, the
society's national director. Hebrew day
schools have been set up in the past live
years in Jewish communities with as
few as 1,000 familie-s. In one case, that
of Augusta, Ga.. there are only 250 fa milics. The Hebrew
Academy of Peoria. 111., was opened fear the current school
year with a kindergarten and the first: four grades Peoria
has less than 500 Jew ish families.
The Jewish educator reported that th:- is n sharp con-
trast with the early history of the Jewish day school move-
ment in this country. Most of theJe-wish -ihools
wereand still are the products of hea\ :!> populated
Jewish centers. Mo-; of them draw b>oth their pupils and
financial support from the Orthodox e lement ol the Jewi-h
community In this connection it is worth notiri: that both
Philip Klutznick and Label Katz, resapectivel} pa-t and
ii sent heads of B'nai B'rith. have to Id this writer in the
course of interviews he had with therwi that I H American
Jewish community must think in gr >winj day
schools as it grapples w ith the problem ol Jew .- t ducation
ior the young.
As little as ten year- ago, it was generally believed
that a small Jewish community, macie up : the typical
spread ol Jewish attitudes religious and r.or reln'ous-
could not support a day school. Costs were one factor. HM
commitment to traditional Judaism o* the Jewish portion
of the curriculum was the other.
Obviously, the Orthodox element of a verj small Jew-
ish community lacks both pupils and flnan< resources
for such a school. The answer, says Dr. Kammetsky,
that such a small community could not be the site of a He-
brew day school "unless it was in (act a communal school,
drawing both its pupil population arid its moral and D>
nancial backing from a very large portion c-i thi total Jew-
ish community.'"
The Worldwide Outcropping of Jewish iAayors
? HERE APPEARS to be something o
' an outcropping of Jewish mayors
Toronto, Canada has a Jewish mayor
Minneapolis has a Jewish college profes-
sor as mayor. Mr. Bnscoe has been re
elected Mayor of Dublin, and I think Lon
don too now has a Jewish Lord Mayor
In New York City, the recent elecl
tion for mayor featured a Jew as thc-fc
Republican nominee for mayor. Governor Lenman and
Jews voted for Wagner, who is not a Jew; and a good
many non-Jews voted for Lefkowitz who is a Jew. which
is a very hopeful sij;n. We are becoming adult and the
question of religion and race is becoming irrelevant.
Even in Israel, there are a number of Jewish mayors.
The procedure for becoming a mayor in Israel is of course
different. You can't go around there eating bagels or
l.lintzes. If you want the Yemenite vote, you have to eat
falafel or chumus.
And to become mayor in Israel, >-ou h* ,n0[
than gc; the vote. You often have to ;' : town
Take the case of Mayor Krinitzi olRsimat I.-
According to the .story, Mr. Krin itzi bad been a '".'
long friend of Mayor Discngoff. the prst Mayor of i
Aviv, who kept on being reelected. Krinitzi thOUgW '
was entitled to a chance. "Mr. Disemgolt." he said. >
have been mayor lor ten years Don't you think 'l s. ,
for you to retire and let me be may-or lor a lit"e ""! '
I'd like to ride on a horse leading the Purim parade on
too."'
"Listen." said Diesengotf. "I started the city of
Aviv. If you want to be mayor, go and start your c.wiu .
"He wants me to start a city. He's crazy. '
hell tell me to start a country, so I' 11 become Presi
You don't build a dtv like vou build a house." Mr Kr n
might have said thai, but he didn't. He started his "
City Bamat Gan and the most beatitiful place in i
it is and he has been Mayor of Ram -at Gan since its


fridcry, November 17, 1961
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IN THE CIRCUiT COURT OF THE '
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. .N CHANCERY.
No. 61C-830O (Dekle)
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NOTICE OF SUIT
TO r \'. \- 'GENE C \RRKRO
MARY \m: CARRERi I
,.v 10th SI '
in City, >' illfornin
\> T 1KB HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a .--un ha been brought againai you
b) MIUWBHT Mi'KTii.Mil-: COM-
PANY, in the above-entitled Codrt,
to fore* i".1- ;' m irtgage encumlierlng
the foUowtng described property, t"-
wlt:
l.-.t 10, Block 7. BIERRA MIRADA,
according to the pim thereof, re-
corded in Plat Book ''. at page 17.
of the public records of Dade Coun-
ty, llorlda.
Together with:
Kelvlnntor KefriKerntor. Mo,l-l
KlCFllR, Serial No. :!A260r,ti
Vent tlan liiindj.;
and you are required to file your an-
war \Wth the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ..f lu,i. County, Morldu, at
the CourthOUS* In Miami, Florida, oa
<-r before December 18, 1961, and to
nerve a copy if such answer upon
iavii> p. cvtsman, plalntlfCa at-
torney, whose address is i4tii Plooi
al I i'l Hast Flagler Street, Mia in, :'.J,
Florida, if you fall to do s->. the
complaint win lie taken an conf) ase I
bj \.,., and i Decree Pro Confeaso
will li- entered aKiiinst you for the
relief i- man I .! In the complaint.
DATED thi. 7ih nay "f November,
1*61.
K !'. LEATHBRMAN
> srk of i M- i 'Iroult Court
i >ade i 'ounty, Florida
(seal) By: HBI,EN KESBLER,
Deputy Clerk
DAVID P ''ATsv \\
i tth P'oor a-, iyi K Flagler si.
ml. nl j, Florida
ii 10-17-
NOT1CE UNDER
FiCTiT'OUS NAME LAW
Ni (Tl IS HEREBY i ilVBN th ll
the u i Seslring tu >ngagi In
- inder tl
CAUGHT-IN- THH A< I >.%!.'.\NV
mot li ited i al Suite
.-: iln RdL, in (lie Clt) <-f
Miami Belch, !' orld I inti nd b
later th -.. < name with the Clerk of
the Clr Court of i'ade CoUnty,
i la.
;' \i. \ N UAl.I.KK & 1.ITMAN
Attorne) Applicants
12> i.. to id
LBKRT MARSHAK
ERNIE HELD
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
thi i. desiring to engage In
the li.iItlous nanu
VICS BAB GRILL al MX N E
Si-. M Plorldu, intends I i
register aald name with the Clerk ol
the !ourt of Dad itint).
P -i la
vi'-i'i h: !: k- (CH, ol iwner
ST auo a HUTNBR
\ in iwner
704 All
Miami 12 Florida
11/3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PRC3AT
. -No. WO-6-B
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S.\MI'i"l. STIIEN, Vttori
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54-33 B
IN RE !:-. of
CHA STI (NE
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
; \ vil I ma Hav-
ing Call
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l.i.uui- v n
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i' nt y. Flu
j Ida, to l
[('..inn;. and fl pile ite
land us provided I ''
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iunty < "out h ise li 'a i '-
;>, Florl ii within six
month froi tl time the I
public ittou hereof, or tl w 111
be barre I.
ilated .ii Miami, Plor this ISth
day ot" October, A.I' 1861.
- LOIS MM'H\i:i.S
Ai Executrix
Kirs: publication of th -
the Iffth day ol (ctobor, 1961,
NKI.s. IN & 8PIEL.VOGEL
Attorne).- f"i- Executrix
107 Lincoln Road
10/27, 11 3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 54187-B
IN RE: Estate if
NAOMI i.i: >Wi ll
Deceased
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
I'.i All i;' nd \ I Pei I la
Inn '' ... In is Estati
fou are I eby notl nd equlr-
ed t o ] i Id
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni (TH "E is li IREBY GIVEN tlnil
the undersigned, desirind I i en ra n
ii'isin-.-- inner I he tltlo is Hams >f
sT.vi'K LIQCoRS sT. al numb r i51
N.B. 187th Stn el In the i 'it> N >r i>
Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to-reg-
Ister the said name with the Clerk "f
the Circuit Cauri ol Dade County.
Florid .
Dated at Miami Beach, Florida, this
19th da) ul.....
M< 'S KM ''' (RP
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HARRY ZCKERNI 'K
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IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 12C64
DOLIjAR SAVINGS HANK P THE
CITY OF NEW YORK, i i iri iration
iws of the
if [ 1 -r\.
.-.-:'. widow,
> I \ CAR!
iman,
I ... n i .r-.ts.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti ; DOl (RES H ALESSH i and
PATRICIA A. CARTER
Real im I 'nfcnown.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
i gull is been brought against you
l>v DOLLAR 8AVINCH HANK OF
I'HK CITY "l-' NKW YORK, in the
above-entitled Court, to foreclose a
mortem.' encumbering the following
described property, to-wlt:
Lot 3. Block 80, SECOND AKKlTinN
TO CAROL city, according to the
plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book
6.'.. pane 7S, sheet 1. of the public
records ol bade County, Fiorlakv
and you are required to file your
answer to said complaint with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
county. Florida, at the Courthouse in
Miami, Florida, on or before Decem-
ber 14. IMI. in,I to serve :i copy of
such a"swei upon DAVID P CATS-
MAN. Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
dreSS is I4th Floor nt 101 East Mau-
ler str.-ei. Miami :t2. Florida, on or
before aaJd date, as required by the
U*s of Florida. If you fail to do so.
the oompladnl will tie taken as con-
I li\ you and a Decree Pro Con-
\>,n be ntered against y>u for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
DATED this Sth day of November.
IMI.
!: P. LEATHBRMAN
Clerk ii'" the Circuit 'ourt
Dade i mt) l- orld t
(Seal) I' K. M. l.Y.\'AN.
Deput) Clerk
DAVID P -\'.\N
11- i Floor al i II i-: Flagler st.
\ii in da
U, I 1-17-24, IS/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
.1. desiring to engage In
-- under th.. flctit i- i n
i'l-:.;i.< SANDWICH SHOP r 2 1
Nor;!! Miami Avenue Miami, Florida,
Intends to register aald name with
the Clerk i lit C met Dade
Count) F orida
AARON AI, PBRL-ML'TTER,
~ .. i Iv, tier
Goldn in. C Id te n ,v Pacsler
I eys for Registrant
230 W -i I-'; igler Stn -
trNE 6-0818
II 1-10-17 -1
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA.'IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C '.2266
THE BRONX SAVINGS BANK,
Pla
v s
TH MAS A. WH TE
I* (LORI s wii; : K his
l r. I i -it-
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: TH< -Mas a WHITE at d
DOLO IH WHI' ils wife
Raj 2 I i.i -1 n me a
Y i New York
Y'.ei i hereb notified iha'. the

tuted iu in the Circuit Cou
i-i irl la In
ind : to I
up >ing H- b
Lot Block I RE .:.si n; ES-
rioN TWO, i
of rei irded In Pli I
Book "i at Pag
Reco ide i' iunl t lorl la
the I illow ii b Items of
p rt) w hi. ii are I k ited It ind
pern Installs i is a parl '
the Improvement on said land
Westlnghouse Refrlgera..... i:i.a 13,
\\ isi ngh >use I (ryer i> 1-7.
Westlnghouse Washer L 127
Y .. ire reojulred to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's (-..111111111111 with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
Berve > cop) thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney MARTIN FINE 14th Floor
Dade Federal Building, Miami 82,
Forida, not later than December 14.
1961, ir a Decree Pro Confess. will
be ent.-red against you.
Dated: Novembers, imi.
Fi 1! LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: k m. i.yman.
Deputy Clerk
MA It TIN FINK
Attorney for Plaintiff
14th Floor Dude Federal Building
Miami 32, Florida
11/10-17-24. 12 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVE*! that
th undersigned, desiring to egitage ii.
business under the fictitious name ot
CAROL LIQUORS at '.:!". N.W. 167th
Street. Carol City, intends to register
with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hide County. F'lorida.
Ml 'SAM c. in-
B) M I. Copperman, President
HARRY ZUKERNICK
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ISO i Incoln R lad
11/10-17-24. 12, I
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 11373
JEAN ROG ". .
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D Pendai
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ti i ;!: "RGB Rl (Gl IW
- .- N.W.
Washington, D.C
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEI
i Con pla it:- fo i .. h
filed against ) iu, ind you are
i .i'-.ii to serve a' copy if youi i i
on Plaintiff's ittorney, CAIN & ISIS,
1830 W Flagler Street, Miami, For-
ili. and file the original In the
of the i 'lerk of th i CH 'ourt in
..: before thi 24th I i. t N member,
1961, .'I er I -
i 'i\ --. n be is i
ou.
DATED it Miami, orl 11, this 24th
da) ol October. I i 11
K. B LEA rHERM \N
Clerk of the Circuit
[seal .' '' !. ALEXANDER,
Depul
- n 3-10-17
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LA .V
NOTICE :^~ H
: .: '
.' islni r
>.\.\1 RON M
N.W. 77th V 17 I
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NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
'he under .
business ler thi tmi
COZY CORNER ll 673.' S.W
s-i. .. ,- \i lei Ro ..i I
intends to register said with
the 'lerk of the Cli Court of
ade Count Ida
, i \ \.
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WELI.1SCH fi IM HIGHER Y
Ittori N- thai -' cs
1418 Congr Bldg
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEEO
File 52238
No:, Is hereb glvei ll Na-
inl M ilder a
of i'iiv of Miami Tax Sal
N'lmi dated the Isl d .\ nl
.i A.D. 183 I a
Icate In m iffli and hds n adi p-
plicatlon f"i tax deed to ssue thereon
in ai' >r Ian e with law Sal i -
it-- emtM ...... the following describ-
ed proper y, situated i:i Da le County,
Florida. t.>-wIt:
l-.t 4X. Block 8
Subdivision of the D:il- Mill.- Tract
Addition Number One. Plat Book 2
Page To in th.' Clt) "i M'-iin.. Coun-
ty of Dade. state ..i Florida
The assessment of said property un-
der the Certificate Issued was in the
name of t'nknown. (Jnless saki Cer-
tificate shall be redeemed according
to law. tax deed will issue MtereOB
on the 2!'th day of November, A.D.
1961.
Date I this 2,".th day of October. A.D.
1961.
i: B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, F.orlda
ise.ili By: H M. LEEPER
Deputy Clerk
10/27, 11/8-19-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITiOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF7BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan
'HAS H1ME MORTGAGE CO. (Not
in'- i al 206 Calumet Building. Miami,
Florida ints
with ihe Clerk .'ourt
f Dade > 'ount ^ I loi
\ri.i-:s inm :
HERBERT E. KADFM w
Attorn. > for Applicant
10/21
IN THE CIRCUIT COU=>~ CF T"E
HTH JUD CIAL C RCU T IN AND
FOR DAD" "> x .OR'DA.
IN CHANCERY
No 6tC ::39J
THE SEAM v.\ VN C FOR
8AV1NOS IN "Y v
. \-a Yor
i f
PHILIP o HA1 HA
DKAN H VLLER, I i- wife
Del I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: PHII i
HAZ VN HALX.BR, his Wife
Resldi l .. -i
RE: Lot .'. In Block i 1 .AKE8 Dfl
MAN' (R, i in i :
lie : of, i i Plat 1 -. 66
at i' P tecorda
.. i Florida
Yi il' ARB HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint to I i
the hi .described :.t'i,'.-ri\ has
been filed igainal you naV you a re
;iy ..f your an-
si> er -I pleading to I compiaiatl i
: I : N -\ l:' R.
.i ai-'i- B, 127 So itl W t First SI
Miami, Flo 'I la n I le i h* irlglnal
.i n-u Fkn (f
tli^ i"lerk of he Clr< til C >urt, In I
for I ide c -'it'.:: Fl irida on or be-
fore he 27th I .- bier, I 161.
If you ree I Ti i
:'-.- will be I .ins- v
the rell f a I npls.nt
.'...
Dated at M nty.F1 ir
Ida, this 24th du> if Del
i: l: LB VTHERM \N.
.; !our(
is-, Bj H4 FJN KESSLBR
Deput)
10 27 ll 3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUtT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU OlCI AL Cl RCU I T OF
FLORIDA, IIX, AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 6:C :t684
MEFT (DIY MK I I
ANN' VTKB
MERESZCHAK,
Plait
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LOI' d LOUIS J.
BBRRITT '
1 >efeudan< -
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
T' ': Ll (UIM
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Bro
LOU Id HR TO
: is East '.-'
Bi loklyi New York
YOU, AND FJACH F YOU, ARM
HEREBY n itlf i
cli -- a mortgage igalnsi trtaln
propi rt) ho b i igainst you
in the abo\ -styted cs ..... i the
Plaintiffs above The propertj .-..ught
to he forecios I Is ., > i lows
The F.asl 133 feet .:' the West 19:1
feet of the South 238.78 feet of the
Bast '. '.I the SW ', ..f the SW ',
of the BE '. and the South IS.", feet
of the West ,' feel of the South
2?.9.1X feet of the Baal '- of the s,w
', of the s'W '., of the SB- 1/4 of
Section '.'. Township .".J South. 1 tango
4t Bast, lying and being in Hade
County. F'lorida, together with the
fixtures and furniture therein.
^"ou are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or other Pleading on the
Plaintiff*' Attorney. Sheldon N. Lel-
chuk, ::u:. Btaoayns Building, Miami,
Florida, and file the original in the
Office of the Clerk of 'lie ahove-styled
Court, on ..r before the 4th day of
December, A.D., 1861, In default of
which the Complaint will be taken
as confessed against you,
lief requested in Plaintiffs' Complaint.
Dated :. Miami, Dtide County, Flor-
id.!, this Slat dftj of October, 19
! B. LE 4.THERM \N
Clerk of the c iurt
seal) p .' (PBLANO,
Deput) .
SHELDON N LELCHUK, Esq.
Atton i :ffs
I tig
Miami, I' irlda
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by ISABEL GROVE
The cocktail party being given by Florence and Arnold Rubin
nod Lil and Ai Swiren at the tatter's home on Sunday will honor
soon-to-be wed Susan Beldner and Stuart Beckerman Planned
to entertain those who have entertained, guests will he the many
friends and relatives who have feted the ycung couple since the
Leonard Beldner: announced the engagement of their daughter to
the son of Mrs. Frances Beckerman Also attending will be
members of the wedding party, and Morris and Bess Rubin who
are paiticularly excited, as Susan is their first grandchild to be
married Date for the nuptials at the Deauvilie is Nov. 26 .
Determined to make the Mt. Sinai Hospital anniversary ball
at the Fontainebleau hotel on Dec. 23 an outstanding gala, the
arrangements committee are meeting often to review progress
of plans for the evening Most recent huddle was last Friday
morning Group in the hospital's board room included Mrs.
Herbert A. Mathes and Mrs. Ben Novack. co-chairmen. Hank
Mover, chairman of the hospital's anniversary week, of which the
I -.ill it a part, Mr. and Mrs. V. Cogan. Mrs. Leon J Ell. Mrs.
Aaron Farr, Sol Geltman, Mrs. Lou Harris. Ernes: Janls, Mrs. Inez
Krenskj and Mrs Murray A. Shaw.

Trudy Gertler, accompanied by Mrs. Richard Gillen. faculty
ponsor at Miami Beach High, left by bus Tuesday tor Muskogee,
Okla.. to compete in the "Little National'' tournament .One of
the representatives of the Miami Beach chapter of the National
Forensic League, she will do a drama cutting and a poetry narra-
tion Daughter of Judge and Mrs. (Hilda) Charles Gertler,
Trudy recently repeated her lead role in the Miami Beach High
presentation of "Dino," which she originally created for its pro-
fessional showing in this area last year ...
Another student bringing honcr to his parents and his com-
munity is Edwin M. Ginsburg, son of the Ben Zion Ginsburgs, of
Miami Beach Was awarded a $500 freshman scholarship at
the University of Florida law college last week Wording of the
award, "on the basis of scholastic record, character, aptitude, and
apparent promise of success in the legal profession." impressive
and illuminating Ed, who is a graduate of Miami Beach High,
received his sheep3kin, with honors, from IF in June His
major was business administration .
Also going to the" "Little Nationals" tournament in Oklahoma
is Jeffrey Blum He's on the debating team and will compete
with students from 11 states Sen of Co!, and Mrs. Milton
Robert Blum. Jeffrey's sister is the beautiful Carol Lynn. "Miss
teen-Age Miami' She and her mother have just returned from
the national pageant in Dallas, where Carol was judged one of the
seven outstanding teen-age talents The senior are just
as busy on their" own level as their otfspring Still unpacking
the treasures collected this summer on the annual jaunl to
Europe, they've already sent out invitations for the first of a
series ol Sunday cocktail parties at their North Bay rd. homo.
-
Having worn their hair every possible length, twisted it ir.to
every weird shape dictated by fashion, and changed color to
suit their moods, women seem now to be considerii 4 the elimin-
of their own locks altogether in favor of an irely new
i id of hair Advantages of having a perfectly coified hair-do
waiting in a box tor all emergencies, amu ted last
Friday at the annual membership luncheon of the Women's Can-
cer League ol .". imi Beach at the Seville hotel Members
modeling in the wig fashion show were Mesdames Pnylhs Hecht,
Jack Young. Seymour Rubin and Morris Green Jerry Evans,
who has a salon en Biscayne blvd., altered the appearance of each
!>. whisking on and off red, blond and black pi ,.r-dos in
the "bubble." "artichoke." "giche," and "wing" Enjoying the
divertissement. Mrs. Abe (Beryl) Schonfeld. president, very attrac-
tive in an Oxford grey wool sheath and matching coat piped in
white Vice president of membership, Mrs. Robert (Carolyn)
Grossman, in a full-skirted, geranium red print with latticed illu-
sion and silk for a bodice And guest of honor. Mrs. Robert Z.
Greene, president of the Women's Auxiliary of the Damon Runyon
Cancer Fund, chic in a simple black, and lush sable throw .
Leaving this week for Washington, D.C., where she will attend the
three-day annual meeting of the National Conference of Christians
and Jews She was just appointed to head the National Honcr
Corps of the group and will preside at the first meeting luncheon
on Nov. 20.
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Don't know what they're using for bait, but some enterprising
business concerns have recently lured three of the most decorative
women in our community from a so-called life of leisure .into the
exciting but demanding world of commerce Perk, dark-haired
Phyllis Hecht gave up the presidency of North Shore B'nai B'rith to
he "personal representative of E. Allen Becker, photographer .
Perhaps the secret there is that thev both claim Baltimore as
hometown New career for Mitzi Weiss manager of the
bustling beauty salon known as Hilda's Ace Chic and blond,
anv hair style she affects, will immediately be the coiffure most
demanded by the clientele there One of the advantages she
enjoys is chatting with her many friends who have their hair
"done" at Hilda's Although she has always been interested in
fine arts, and is herself an outstanding ceramicist, Dorothy (Mrs.
Fred) Blau's talents have therefore been for the enjoyment of
her friends and family Now associated with Shirley Huber's
Deauvilie Callers, she is finding her new surroundings ard duties
pleasurable and stimulating ... It may be that she's thinking of
the day when the works of art displa\ed will be those of her own
son .'. Jim, 17, now studying in Minnesota, has already won many
awards for his sculpture and painting, among them a Genie given
bv the Exchange Club when he was a student at Miami Beach
High .
Lizabeth Levkoff. 12. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Levkoff,
of Pine Tree dr.. is forging ahead in a comparatively new art
form photography Her "Rainy Day" won the November
second prize in the American Girl Magazine phot i competition ard
I ipears in th:s month's issue Subject was her 8-year-old
er, Mary.
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Weekly meetings taking place at the home of Mrs. Myron
Sponder concerned with the many details attendant on a successful
presentation of "Congregation Capers" at Temple Adath Yeshurun
on Dec. 9 Over innumerable cups of coffee. Elaine and her
committee are creating pesters and decorations for the 350 spec-
tutors expected at their Cabaret Nite .
Their 31st winter vacation in Miami Beach for Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Rosenthal, who will be at the Eden Roc, coincides with
the completion of Riverside Memorial Chapel's newest building
at Alton rd. and 19th st. Rosenthal founded the organization,
now a national chain, in 1898 .
Noticeable lifting of spirits in the ranks of the Miami Beach
chapter of Brandeis University National Women's Committee,
since the word is out that Mrs. Solomon (Edith) Margolis, their
president, is home from a sojourn in the hospital, and will soon
be able to see her many friends.
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 17, 1961
Section B

Receiving a bronze plaque for ORT's "Mellah president ol Southeastern Florida region. Sec-
Mother" award lor 1961 is Mrs. Samuel T. ond row are Mrs. Irving Tillis, region vice
Sapiro. Pictured (left to right) are Mrs. Bar- president, and Mrs. Willard Woliigemuth.
nett Moskin, president of Coral Gables chap- guardianship chairman.
ter; Mrs. Sapiro; and Mrs. Joseph Wilkes,
Mrs. Sapiro Wins
'Mellah Mother*
Award of Year
Ml Samuel T. Sapiro became
CRT's "Mellah Mother of 1961"
Saturday evening at the Ever-
lea h o t e 1 at a Southeast, i
Florida region of Women's Ameri-
can ORT Ball, where more than
witnessed the presentation.
Mrs. Sapiro was awarded a
bronze plaque "in recognition >r
her contributions toward bringing
children out of the economic ghet-
tos (Mellahs) of Casablanca. Tan-
giers and Morocco" to take part
in the ORT rehabilitation and vo-
cational training program.
A mother of three sons and
grandmother of seven, she is a
member of the Coral Gables chap
ter of Women's American ORT As
chairman of the Women's Division
of the development fund of Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital, Mrs. Sapiro
was recently cited for her outstand-
ing work there. In 1960, she was
named "Woman of the Year" in
the Bonds of Israel drive.
Mrs. Omar Bradly. w',ie of the
famous four-star general, decorat-
ed Mrs. Sapiro with the same rank,
a "four-star generalship" for her
'untiring efforts in the sale of U.S.
War Bonds" during World War U.
Mr. Sapiro is president of Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital
Business is humming at the brand new Lobby Shop of the
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, which began operating this week
in advance of the official hospital opening. Shown are Mrs.
Benjamin Oren (left) handing a beautifully gift-wrapped pur-
chase to Mrs. Louis Sacks (right) as Lobby Shop co-chairman,
Mrs. Frank Cole (center), looks on. In the rear, Mrs. Ben
Novack puts final touches to a stationery display. Proceeds
horn all sales will go toward purchasing drapes and other
interior items for Cedars Hospital.
Cedars Gift Shop Now Open
An international treasure chest
of arts and crafts from all four
corners of the globe can be seen
in the new Lobby Shop, now open
in the main lobby of Cedars of Leb-
anon Hospital.
"We've tried to give the shop a
distinctive international flavor."
said Mrs Morris Blau. chairman.
Mrs. Frank Cole, co-chairman.
can be found behind the count-
er iverj lay from 9:30 a.m. to 8:30
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"Theme of our- shop opening is
the United Nations, and we've made
an effort to place on sale gifts from
representative countries of Europe
and Asia particularly known for
their art products and gift wares,"
said Mrs. Blau.
Plans are to develop a theme for
Gershwin Auxiliary Meeting
Ladies' Auxiliary of George
Gershwin Lodge, Knights of Py-
thias, met Monday evening at the
Shelbome hotel.
each holiday or national observ-
ance and redecorate the shop peri-
odically to fit in with the thought
of the celebration.
"All profits from Lobby Shop
sales are to be turned back to the
hospital," Mrs. Blau explained.
There is a careful buying policy,
rned by group decision and
advice from local businessmen who
serve as hospital trustees.
Mrs. Dorothy Aronovitz is trea-
surer. Mrs Sam Luby, sr., is a-- -
ant treasurer, and Mrs. Robert
Werner is in charge of volunteers.
One of the most imaginative and
creative assignments has been ac-
cepted by Mrs. Ben Novack. chair-
man of the interior decorating and
display committee. She must come
up with an original decorative
scheme to symbolize each holiday
or national observance.
"Colors are significant," she
says. Even the gift-wrap paper,
free with each purchase, was care-
fully selected "to give that cheer-
ful feeling."
Kirshbaums Host
Party for Aged
Greater Miami Women's Auxili-
ary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
Donsoring a party for residents
of the Home at Dou^la- Gardens,
KE 52nd -t., on Sunday. 2 p.m.
Hosts for the dav will be Mr.
and Mrs Abe Kirshbaum. of the
Ihorne hotel, in celebration of
their 53rd wedding anniversary.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program
coordinator, has arranged to have
the Temple Emanu-El Players pre-
sent a Yiddish musical review,
written and directed by Trixie
Levin, and accompanied by Millie
Draizin.
Mrs. Larry Silverman. president,
will greet guests. All residents
who have birthdays during the
month of November will be pre-
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Mrs. Comay Here For Univ. Talk
\ Mrs. Marge Blistein represents "A Nite in Tel Aviv" to be
held in the social hall of Temple Menoiah on Saturday at
i 9 p.m.
iorman Criticizes Cuban Handling
Mrs. Michael (Joan) Comay,
wife of Ambassador Michael Co-
may, Israel's permanent represen-
tative to the United Nations, ar-
i rived here Wednesday for a Thurs-
day afternoon tea at the home of
Mrs. Lee Ratner, 5930 N. Bay rd.
She was scheduled to speak on
"Hebrew University: Its Role in
Israel, the Middle East and the
: Newly Emerging Nations ol Asia
j and Africa."
One of Israel's outstanding writ-
ers and speakers. Mrs. Comay was
greeted at the Miami International
Beth Am Ladies
Slate- Series
Temple Beth Am Sisterhood adult
education committee is sponsoring
,i series of four book reviews to be
given during the year. Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard, spiritual leader of
the Temple, will act as reviewer.
Mrs. Norman C.reen. chairman,
has announced the following sched-
ule:
NOV. 27. "Las! of the Ju Andre Schwarz-Bart; Jan. 22. "The
Agony and the Ecstasy," by Irving
Stone; Apr. 2. "To Kill a Mocking
Bird," by Harper Lee; and May
28. to be announced.
Book reviews are scheduled for
ten a.m. Tickets are available for
the entire series or per review.
Airport by Mrs. Ratner and Mrs.
Louis Glasser. first president of the
Florida Women's Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
Initial plans for the first national
I conference of the Women's Divi-
:sion of the American Friends, ten-
tatively schedled for the Amen-
. cans'
hotel on Jan. 30 to Feb. 2.
were to be discussed at the tea.
The Women's Division has un-
dertaken a national project of rais-
ing $1,000,000 to complete and equip
the Hebrew University's Jewish
National and University Library,
now under construction at the new
campus in Givat Ram.
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A local committee is to be formed
t(. serve as hostesses for the na-
tional conference, expected to at-
tract several hundred delegates
irom New York. Pennsylvania, Illi-
no s. California and other areas
where the American Friends have
established Women's Divisions.
At a political party here given
|r hi* honor by Peter Van Vaks. of:
J420 So. Bayshore dr., Richard E.
vorman, candidate for City Com- j
iiission. criticized the present com-'
[mission "for not realizing the sig-1
[nificance of the current Cuban sit-1
luation and failing to take any cor- \
[rective steps."
"We of the City of Miami." Nor- j
' man told the crowd.of political and
civic leaders, "are fighting a bat-
tle in the war between a free and
slave work situation. We must con-
tinue to encourage the people of
Cuba to flee Communist tyranny,
but we must not betray them into
coming here and living in Ghet.
tos."
Norman pointed out that "though
the Cuban situation has been in
existence for three years, the city
has neglected its duties and allowed
church, civic and Federal agencies
to do all the work.
Norman went on to tell the group
that "the city must formulate an
active program to work at relocat-
ing these people who are casual-
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Thanksgiving Masquerade Ball
Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid, To keep in the spirit of the
is jointly sponsoring with the | Thanksgiving holiday, guests will
Men's Club a Thanksgiving masque-j come in costume. Prizes will be
rade ball on Thanksgiving eve in given for the most beautiful,
Sklar Auditorium. I cleverest, funniest, and most origi-
nal costumes. Dancing and games
will be the theme of the evening.
Chairman for the event is Mrs.
Ben Fabric, co-chairman are Mrs.
Louis Hirsn, Mrs. Max Raskin, Mr.
3. Henrietta Fine. Mrs. Michael
Glazier, and Miss Rita Goldman
Dr. M. B. Cirlin purchases a ticket for "A Night with the
Opercs" presented by the Opera Guild of Greater Miami un-
der the supervision of Dr. Arturo di Filippi from Mrs. Louis
Seitlin, fund-raising vice president of Beth David Sisterhood.
The operas will be presented in Spector Hall at Beth David
on Sunday evening, with Dr. Paul Csonka and Charles Rich-
ards directing. An art exhibit the same evening will be shown
in the lobby. ________ _____
Ulpan Program
At Beth David
Beth David Congregation an-
n inces registration on Monday
morning for a Women's Institute,
or Ulpan. Ulpan, the modern He-
brew word for learning, is an Is-
raeli "crash program" of educa-
tion.
The Institute, to commence on
Monday, will consist of weekly ses-!
sions, as .follows: "Beginners' He-
brew," taught by Cantor William
W. Lip!:Oi. 9:30 am.; "The Siddur
Our Priceless Heritage," led by
Saul Kabin, educational director,
9:30 a.m.; and "The Book of Job
Perennial Problems in Religion."
a series of lectures conducted by
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spirit-
ual leader of Beth David, 10:30 to
noon.
The program i; open to members
(I friends Of Beth David, free of
charge, except for purchase of
texts. The Ulpan is in addition to
the Sunday morning and Tuesday
evening sessions, which have been
in progress for over a month.
Bay Harbor Hadassah
Bay Harbor group of Hadassah
is having a membcr.-rtip tea on
Monday. 1 p.m.. at the home of Mrs.
Fay Tupler. 1131 102nd St., Bav
Harbor Islands. Guest artists will
i be Mrs. Qershon S. Miller and Joe
Malck.
Owens Seeking
Commission Seat
"Having been asked by the work-
ll g |h ;>le of Miami to be their
candi ate for City Commissioner.
I will light their battles for them'
it elt scted," William "Bill" Owens
declared here. In the city-wide pri-
mary election next Tuesday, Owens
ij a candidate in Group 5.
"Those supporting me in the race
fill tht ranks of the wage-earners,
municipal emplo>ees and senior
citizens of all races and religions ,
in Miami," said Owens, who is
president of Dade County Federa-
tion oi Labor.
A resident of Miami for 42 years.
Owen.' owns his home, is the father
ol seven children and is a graduate
of Miami High. A printer by trade,
he hft- taken an active part for
many >ears in various civic and
governmental affairs. He is a vet-
eran Oi World War II, having serv-
ed 17 months on a destroyer escort
on Atlantic submarine patrol duty.
Temple Sinai Sets
Musical Comedy
Newly formed Little Theatre
Group at Temple Sinai ol North
Miami will present "Romans are
a Girl's Best Friend" on Saturday
evening. Dec. 9. at North Miami
High School.
This is an original mifsical come-
dy written and produced by the
husband-and-wife team of Ralph
and Selma Rubin. Director is Jer-
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Theatre.
Leading robs will be portrayed
by Chet Gale, who ha> appeared
professionally in many Miami'
Beach night clubs, and Vicki Dunn. I
familiar to many .North Dade audi-
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Funds will be used for the build-
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ary.
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t'nai B'rith Women Endorse Program
If Public, Private Fallout Shelters
By Special Report
{Washington, D.C.The executive
B'nai B'rith Women this week
janimously endorsed a program
building both public and private
>llou1 shelters and following civil
fense measures officially rccom-
ended for protection against
in '' ar fallout.
[Their resolution followed a talk
I'.S. Radiological Health Chief
ft m e s G. Tcrrill, Jr., who ad-
lessed the 30-mcmber executive
Id] ai a wind-up luncheon of its
kree-day semi-annual session in
|i> nation's capital.
Ir. his talk, Tern 11 slated that
iblic Health is equipped to sound
nationwide "early warning" if
|mcspheric fallout should reach
tinge rous levels.
Me -aid that the 343 stations now
ionitoriag pollution and radiation
rvc-ls in air, water and milk "are
Bing expanded."
He termed the Soviet nuclear
tests 'an additional risk" to future
generations, but deemed the "dan-
ger to human health from present
nuclear fallout slight."
IVwill 4igmiioncu i tic representa-
tive- of 140,000 BBW members
throughout the U.S. and Canada
against "drastic measures to con-
trol food supplies" since the
amount of radioactive iodine in
milk is not as yet dangerous.
He said ii toe iodine content in
milk, or food, shoui.i considerably
increase, the following steps could
be taken to prevent damaging ef-
fects:
Change dairy cattle from con-
taminated to uncontaminated
areas.
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cesses of contaminated milk to per-
mit storage until radioactive ele-
ments have decayed.
Increase 1hr time other foods
are held before distribution.
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Women's Council, is chairman of
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Hersh Planning
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Leon de Hersh, candidate for Mi-
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beginning at 7 p.m., and running
until midnight.
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gious school of Beth Torah Congre-
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school Keren Ami Council under
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The Council is composed of rep-
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id Bergman. Roberta Shactcr, Su-
san Cavell. Robert Vigman, Alan
Peterman, Andy Reiss. Judy Brnvv-
er, secretary, Ellen Liebman,
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Linda Kaulman. of the graduating
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Beach.
Mrs. Harold Rhcinhard, chair-'
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Leadership conference pledging support of the Jewish Na-
ioncl Fund banquet here Dec. 10 includes (left to right) Leon
Ell, Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, Mrs. Alfred Stone, Miss Lillian
loodman, and Louis Rudnick. Not shown are Judqe Milton
Friedman, Mrs. Milton Green, and Dr. Nathaniel Soroff.
Workmen's Circle Plans Activities
[Miami Beach Branch of the Work-
men s Circle will hold a card party
aturday evening at 25 Washington j
v>- The branch is also planning
member-only Thanksgiving din-
er Thursday. Nov. 23.
The I. L. Peretz School and Far-
arid in Miami have joined to hon- j
Louis Levine on the occasion of!
is 70th birthday. The function ,
jrii! be held at the Workmen's Cir-;
fe Center. 1545 SW 3rd St., in the !
'hanksgiving Fete
kt Tifereth Israel
Tifereth Israel Congregation will
ild a Thanksgiving dinner on
uirsday, Nov. 23. in the Social
Jail.
Caterer will be Julius Kui'lik,
kho is preparing an eight-course
lea] to be served at 5 p.m.
Host and .lostess are Isidore
Schlissel. president of Ihe congre-
gation and Mrs. Al First, president
ttf the Sisterhood. Rabbi Nathan
Switman will officiate.
N Study Group
leets Tuesday
United Natu
icet Tuesday.
ton Federal
[A-sn.. 1244 W;.
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8 p.m.. at Washing-
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shington ave.
nuieley Amendment
ternationa] Court of
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liscussion. Also to
United Nations ln-
Id Emergency Fund
information is .Mrs.
. 6020 Indian Creek
near future. B. Swire is in charge
of reservations.
Branch 1050 of Miami will mark
Jewish Book Month with an ad-
dress by Rabbi Samuel April, of
Coral Way Jewish Center, in a re- j
view of the bestseller, "Mila 18,"
by Leon Uris.
The review will be at a regular |
meeting Tuesday, 9 p.m., at the!
Workmen's Circle Center, 1545 SW
3rd st.
These functions arc part of the:
new season's progra m here
launched by the five branches of j
Workmen's Circle in Greater Mi-'
ami. The program was opened re-
cently wish a "Polynesian Nite"
sponsore.1 by Branch 1050. And. on
Nov. 4. Louis Schwartzman, execu-
tive director ot the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, was heard in a lec-
ture at the I. L. Peretz School.
Alsa planned are these functions:
Workmen's Circle North Dade
Branch 1064 will hear Capt. Leo
Gardner, regional manager of El
Al Israel Airlines here, at a meet-
ing at Temple B'nai Sholem, 16800
NW 22nd ave. Date is Tuesday at
.i p.m. Capt Gardner will discuss
Israel as Your Summer Home."
The I. L. Peretz school board and
PTA are holding their annual Cha-
nuka program on Dec. 3 at 1545
SW 3rd st., Miami.
Zionist Groups
Pledge Support
Of JNF Banquet
Presidents of many Zionist-affili-
ated bodies composing the Jewish
National Fund of Greater Miami
this week met with Leon J. Ell.
president of the JNF Council, to
pledge their whole-hearted support
of the forthcoming Jewish National
Fund 15th Jubilee Banquet" on
Dee. 10 at the Fontaineblcau hotel.
Present at the conference gath-
ered to formulate plans lor the pro-
motion of the banquet, which will
celebrate the 15th birthday of the
local JNF Council, were Ell; Miss
Lillian Goodman, president of the
Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah;
Louis Rudnick. president of the
Zionist Presidents Council of Great-
er Miami and Broward county;
Mrs. Alfred Stone, president of the
Mizarchi Women's Council of Great-
er Miami; and Mrs. Leonard Wolpe,
president of the Miami chapter of
liadassah.
Judge Milton Friedman, presi-
dent of the Southeastern District
of B'nai B'rith, Mrs. Milton Green,
president of the Pioneer Women's
Council of Greater Miami, and Dr.
Nathaniel Soroff, president of the
Labor Zionist Assembly, were un-
able to attend, but also pledged the
support of their respective organi-
zations.
Leon J. Ell (center), president of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami, congratulates Julius Rosenstein
(right), veteran Zionist, and Ezra Finegold, president of the
Brandeis Zionist District of Miami Beach, for their efforts in
behalf of the JNF 15th "Jubilee Banquet" slated Dec. 10 at
the Fontainebleau hotel.
Brothers Will
Be Reunited
The Oneg Shabbat Friday even-
ing at Tifereth Israel Congregation j
| will be given by Rubin Levin to
celebrate finding his brother, Ger- ]
shon, after 55 years of constant in- j
quiries which brought no results.
Several months ago, Rabbi Na-
than H. Zwitman entered the seem-
ingly hopeless search, and after an j
exchange of letters with Chief Rab-'
' bi Louis I. Rabinowitz, of South
Africa, the improbable happened,
and Gershon was found.
A letter in Yiddish from him :
; has been received, detailing recol-
! lected childhood experiences and
i stories of family survivors.
Arrangements are now being
\ made for the reunion of these long-
| separated brothers.
: BIRTHOAZE :
Alan Morton, born Nov. 1, joins
two and one-half-year-old sister
Joan Barbara in the home of the
Dr. Nathan Glovers. Mother is
the former Lotte Landau, concert-
pianist.
Here to celebrate his grandson's
arrival was Dr. Ezekiel Landau, of
Congregation Beth Israel in New
York, and United Hias Service,
and the paternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Israel Glover, of Miami
Beach.
Norman and Sally Glover, well-
known Miami Beach educators,
were god parents to their new .
nephew, and Cantor William Lip- i
son officiated.
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DEC. 3, 1961 -3:00 P.M.
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Ai *e armed at Uie spacious home of Mr. and-Mrs. Leonard Solo-
mon, the Ri*b: Honorable Lord Mayor of Dublin. Robert Briscoe. was
puffing away on bis favente cigar, wearing his now-famed chains sym-
bolic of bis office, and watching more than 100 members of Temple
Menorah consume the Solomons' favorite brands of liquor. Irish va-
rieties, we assume, were much in demand; lor Bob Briscoe is the best
Ihirg that's happened to Irish tourism and industry in many a day. It's
a toss-up if he's.more effective in that mi?sion than in selling Israel
Bends. .\l any rate. Robert still packs them in. and by the time Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz gave the invocation at the Americana hotel, almost
500 members of tht North Shore congregation were on hand lor what was
probably Greater Miami's 13th Israel Bar Milzvah dinner.
In the course cf his remarks for the evening, in which the Lord Mayor
(Jewish is not truly part of his title) responded with oratory almost
equal in length to the intensive bond selling. Briscoe made a point seldom
heard from Israeli speakers. The once legendary Captain Midnight of
the I. R. A. said that the smaller Arab nations Syria, the Lebanon and
Jordan are becoming more afraid of the anti-Israel. large Arab states
than they are of Israel itself. He said that "Just as Eire today trades
openly and successfully with Great Britain, so shall Israel trade in the
rot :<>o distant future with her Moslem neighbors. I can see the day
when the Arab boycott will be broken."
Unfortunately, the Lord Mayor didn't develop his point, and the
crowd by the late hour was more interested in his always-interesting
(lies than in serious oratory. Earlier in the evening, they had demon-
strated their serious side by buying a record $175,300 in Israel Bonds as
Solomon, Rabbi Abramowitz. synagogue president Maurice Revitz and
l<< nard Rosen outdid one another in sales and purchases. The personal
involvement of the congregation's leaders as demonstrated earlier in
the year by Temple Beth Am and Temple Beth Sholom showed that
there can be fun in fund-raising.
MORE MEALS: A few days later, and a few meals along on the
preen pea .or is it chicken?) circuit, we attended a dinner honoring Is-
rael's Minister of Commerce and Industry. Pinthas Sapir, hosted by the
nkrementioned Mr. Revitz It might be noted here that Maury is one of
our town's best-loved and hardest working "civic leaders." and distinctly
merits the Hebrew Academy dinner soon to be tendered him. Minister
Sapir seemed rather tired at the Lucerne hotel Sunday, and well he
might, for he had kept pace with Peona's tireless Sam Rothberg on a
three-week, coast-to-coast tour in behalf of Israel Investors Corporation.
By the time commitments of $200,000 tor I. I. C. purchases had rolled in
Sunday night, the Sapir-Rothberg junket had netted private investment
ir. Israel some $2,000,000.
The figure meant that Israel Investors, which has major holdings in
seme iozen Israeli corporations including El Al. Bank Leumi Le Israel
and other blue chip-, had successfully sold out its initial issue ef $10,300.-
000 and was well on its wa> to underwriting an additional $10,000,000.
.Srpir was optimistic about Israel's economic luture. not only for the
nut year but for the next decade.
After the dinner, marked by Rothberg's dramatic presentation of
t'i r. ed for a unified picture of Israel. Sapir met in his suite with Roth-
berg. Israeli Economic Affairs Consul Zvi Eadan and several local lead-
ers in Israeli causes to discuss an idea first advanced by Eadan a couple
c! weeks ago. Israel must build 10 new towns m the next few years,
nine of them in the Negev. And Eadan is attempting to get a group of
Florida investors to back the town, with government guarantees of a
fair return fer the initial period. Much of what we heard is temporarily
'(ff the record." but suftice it to say that the men who have built cities
from dreams in Florida will soon be building a town of Eadan's vision
ir ; nrael.
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DADE DATA: Cantors Ilirsch Adler and Joe Malek will join in the
li bute to indefatigable Irv Schatzman at the Algiers Nov. 28 Labor
SocreUry Arthur Goldberg, who has not refused any major national
sh (.rfcanization s bid to speak at a major conference, will share
K>nors with I-rael Finance Minister Lcvi Eshkol at the na-
t.on;ii L'JA conclave In New York next month It's delinite now that
there will be no I'JA conierence in Miami Beach this winter, but Israel
1 in American Friends of the Hebrew University, and the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America again will convene here Judge
Berkman will run to succeed himself as Justice of the Peace in the
Fifth district (Miami Beach to Golden Beach) in May Beach council-
i Mareic Linerman and Melvin Richard already lining up support for
their 1963 reelection bids Congressman Dante Fascell booked by
Temple Beth Am for its dinner Nov. 26 Aviva group of Hadassah
h;. -chcdulec! its Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center dinner
e ;it Kings Bay Country Club on Nov. 2-"> I-rael Bond "Ambassa-
- Bail" Bet lor Dee 27 So keep that tux handy, men. and watch
OUl or the gais will be out to buy another formal vv hile you're not looking.
i tfr
NOW HEAR THIS: Don't misS reading Atlantic Monthly's tremen-
i -iipp'.emenl on Israel in the November issue, or the eight-page,
flor por'folio on the Negev in this month's Fortune New York
l Tribune claiming scoop with expose of the trial of three Lenin-
grad Jewish leaders There's a special issue on Chemical and Phar-
i nautical Industrie in the October issue of the Israel Export and
de Journal Israel's Citrus Marketing Board il sending six trial
meats of 5,000 Cases each of Shamuti Jaffa oranges, mainly to New
k n i ipolitan area Israel Discount Bank will follow Bank Leumi
i srael into New York's lucrative market. Zim Lines has Bled state
i with SEC for telling 20.000 shares oi 7' preferred, accumulative
l lock, $500 per share, payable 111 cash or certain [srael
I I-rael I).\elopment Bank reports it has had S4..>00,000 in sub-
scriptions for its initial $10 million issue.
Beach Art Club Exhibit to Open
Members of the newly chartered
Miami Beach Art Club will open
ihcir fourth annual exhibition with
a reception in the galleries of the
Miami Beach Art Center. 2100 Coi-
ns ave The exhibition will re-
main on view through Dec. 12.
Shown at the same period, and
occupying a th;rd gallery, is a col
!ection of Japanese prints which
haN been loaned through the cour
'esy of Mortimer E. Wien. vice
pre-ident of the club.
List of exhibitors includes Sally
Beau de Coffeur. Samuel S. \Gold-
berg, Byrdie E. King. Rose Levin.
Malena Lown.
tncia Merenstc: *
di, Harry R, Jjj
and Mortimer :- ufem -, ^
o. entries w a- ideX fiM
Draper, director it Him^tSl
Coconut Grove. Harry R "^
president; Mortimer E w'T***
president; Jero Magon. eSJI
secretary; and l^rdie E "
treasurer *H
I
A
An Open Letter to the
Citizens of Miami
FROM
Mrs. Abe Aronovitz
DEAR MIAMI:
In 1957 and 1959 my late husband, ABE ARONOVITZ, endorsed Fee High
for Mayor of Miami and had these things to say about him:
"In the last election, in 1957, I said the following things about
Bcb High: I am certain that Robert King High is the best
possible choice for Mayor. He is qualified, capable and
sincere It is too rare that public-spirited citizens of his high
caliber offer themselves for public office.' Since then he has
proven himself m office and I am proud to repeat my
recommendation to the cilizens cf Miami."
We are proud of Bob High because he never broke faith with Miami, he
has always travelled honorably and steadfastly in his dedicated cause of
GOOD GOVERNMENT.
I believe that the City of Miami has become a better place to live ... a
better place to raise our children because men like Bob High have been
our trustees.
I value Bob High as a friend and I urge you to support him for le-elettion
to his third term as Mayor of Miami.
I believe he has earned the right to be our trustee again.
Respectfully Submitted,
- *
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Tai Springs right in the Arlington and bathe away all your
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Golf at its best with Club privileges on three 18-hole courses -
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[gudath Israel
rets Weintraub
jrman Weintraub has been
feed to a fourth consecutive
in pi lent cf Agudath Is-
fcl I!' rew Institute.
Bbl officers named at a re-
election were Morris Block.
li.r' Cone" ( naries Lichen,
Klein and Morris Samowitz.
presidents; Harry Cammer.
Usurer; Sam Brick, recording
tary; and Dr. Milton Sieg-
|d, i airman of the board.
Ward of directors are Morris
tolko, Hyman Cesar, Joseph L.
len. Jacob Epste'n, William
penbaum, Frank Fine, Morris
Cdland, Jacob (iart. Adolph
faberg. Max Goldberg. Michael
Hberf, Nat Helper, Sam Hersh-
BtZ, Ben Jacobs. Abraham
in. William Klein, Isadore
ainsk;.. Max Mendelson, Samuel
Dm gat, Benjamin Mufson, Isa-
re Pass, Harry Ossip, Lesley
|nc Sol Reiner. Harold A.
Benlt Id, Jack Roth. Joseph Sa-
{. San; Segerman. Wolfe Shklair.
rnarc1 Soroka. Adolph Stern.
|x Weintraub, Emerich Weisz,
lomori Wilde. Herman Yager
Abraham Zemel.
Jabaim are Moshe Sterling,
rman Strauss and Philip Yasser.
4WUUU .i-i. iMii li .
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by Hal Pearl
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' MIAMI
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Fernierlv
and Lounge
the Preview
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COCKTAIL HOUR
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NIGHTLY FEATURE
RIBSCHICKEN
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prepared over an
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Phone HI 3-2038
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7140 $W 8th ST. CA 1-4563
HONORABLE MENSCHEN: Looks like Miami Beach's Number One
songwriter. Benny Davis, has another headed for the hit parade. Con-
nie Francis sings it under the M-G-M label. Benny's written so many
hits, he's forgotten some of them. This was proved when a local band-
leader played a few for Davis, and he said: "Who wrote them?"
You hear so much about "hot" stocks, only to see them slide down
more than they move up. that you can't understand how many so-called
market experts have overlooked something right under their noses
like Wometco Enterprises, which has more than doubled since it be-
came public issue not so long ago. Col. Mitch Wolfson's ever-expanding
firm has caused much teeth gnashing among the "I-should-of" fraternity.
Mortician Edward Newman wearing tho happy look of a father-
to-be for the first time. The joyous event is scheduled for April.
Welcome addition to the ever-growing influx of Miami Beach resi-
dents, the Stanley Rappaport family. They'll be breaking ground'soon
tor their new manse en Di Lido Island. Stan's the man high in building
and development circles in the Cape May region of New Jersey.
Dr. Mauri Edelman and his lovely Jo hosting a delightful dinner
party at their home.
Bobby Collins, long one of the busiest comics on the local hotel-
and-motel circuit, has become an associate of attorney Shirley Woolfe.
Bobby was a lawyer before he became a comic.
Hotelman Paul (Thunderbird) Pollak recently acquired a realty
broker's license. And if anyone knows a land buy when he sees one.
Paul's the one. He was one of the first to invest in Sunny Isles, long
oefore the motels mushroomed all over the place..
Hal Taines, Lauderhill-bythe-Sea developer, may also branch out
into movie production. He's one of the Footlighters' brighter lights.
Dick Margolies is the firecracker who made the Beachcomber one
of the booming motels in Sunny Isles sector.
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THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: If you
thought "West Side Story" was a new departure in stage musicals,
wait'll you glimpse the screen version. You'll realize the ultimate
potential of the movie camera and color film when combined and
handled by cinematic experts.
The realization of what TV has done to the big night clubs of yes-
terday can't be more dramatically revealed than the trend in our lo-
i cality to more intimate, smarter clubs and restaurants. First came the
Playboy. Club Gigi. more plush and continental, will soon be born
at the Fontainebleau.
With most of us glued to TV entertainment six nights or so a
week, the big names that used to fill the niteries because they were
the only places where they could be seen and enjoyed, pass before
our eyes almost nightly. Now, on Saturdays or Sundays, we can't
wait to put on the glad rags and head for a smart room to dine and
. dance, be seen and heard. It's the only night to behave human again,
after being a TV "dummy" too many nights.
Love the atmosphere and cuisine at the Calcutta room of the Dip-
lomat. The spacious view of the golf course through the picture win-
dows is most relaxing while munching choice and carefully prepared
tidbits.
Saturday night at the Eden Roc's Mona Lisa room belongs to the
natives. Almost every seat in the room, when visited recently, was
occupied by a familiar person. Spotted Phil and Judy Dash hosting a
party. Diner's Club chief here. George Weinger, and his spouse Ruth,
at a nearby table. Druggist Julius Kasdin and his chic Frau heading
a party consisting of Mrs. Benny Davis and Rusty (Mrs. Murray)
, Weinger. Ben Karns. cf the Sunny Isle Fishing Pier, and his Missus
busy stepping to the Latin tunes of Louis Varona's orchestra. Ray and
Gladys Golden, the handbag creators, greeting friends from a table
near the dance floor.
One of the dust-gathering display cases on the Lincoln Mall took
i on a bright new look the past week when Allied Artists Pictures en-
; closed an interesting exhibit of ancient arms and suits of armor loaned
! by Donnin's Museum to highlight colorful scenes from the upcoming
j reserved-seat movie, "El Cid," starring Charlton Heston and Sophia
i Loren. It opens Dec. 21 at the Roosevelt.
* *
WORLD OF THIS AND THAT: Waldman's hotel, located on the
i ocean and 43rd st.. will greet its winter guests with a new face. Accord-
ing to Sam Waldman. executive director of the kosher hotel, over
$100,000 has been spent to redecorate the exterior and interior. Special
facilities for teenagers and young adults have been added.
"The Country Girl," compelling and realistic drama by Clifford
Octets, has been tapped by the Gallery Playhouse in the Gables as
its second presentation of the 1961 62 season. Ralph Marino, one
of Miami's versatile thespians, is stepping across the footlights to
direct. Opening; is Nov. 22.
Carillon execs are announcing plans to redecorate its supper club.
even though executive director. Herb Robins, admits that "redoing
an already beautiful and plush night club is gilding the lily." Engaged
1 for the operation is R. O. Bodenhorn.
Sixsome at King Arthur's Court. Miami Springs Villas, included
the William Holcombs. Middleton Woolens, and John Rices, of Jack
son. Miss. They're top executives with Dumas Milner of the new $250
million Treasure Cay development on Great Abaco Island. Bahamas.
Television personality Jayne Meadows arrives at the Deauville
hotel on Friday to attend the annual conference of the National Assn.
for Mental Health. Jayne. wife of entertainer Steve Allen, will be
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lansburgh during her visit. Latis
Durgh. president of Miami Beach's Associated Hotels, Inc. (Deauville.
Sans Souci. Sherry Frontenac. Versailles, Casablanca, and the Fla-
mingo in Las Vegas), persuaded Miss Meadows and her husband to
launch a nightclub act and "showcased" it at the Flamingo.
DIETARY LAWS
AND SABBATH
STRKHY
'Observed
KOSHER MlALi
/\oe ueiier
dly. PER^ERSON
dbl. occ. t# Dec 17
?0 of 1OT roosts
Single Occ. $9.
tther rn.es available
Radio in each room F'-a
$650
AND Alt TWS
FREEH!
Chaise Lounges and Mats 21" TV and .
Self Parking adjoins hotel e Weiner Roast, Movies. Games. Entertain-
ment nightly New Year's Eve Banquit Party e Religious Services
Daily e Full time Mashgiach on premises Salt and Sugar Free Diets
No Extra Charge for Steaks. Chops. Roasts Kosher Pooiside Snack
Bar Many Other Feature: Also European Plan and Monthly
Seasonal Rates.
CAll ABC GEETER
JE 4-2141
Central Air Cond. & Heated Ind. Cont.
PRIVATE BEACH POOL
GRAND REOPENING tor the 15th CONSECUTIVE SEASON
SERVING THE BEST AS ALWAYS
The Royal Hungarian -vz Restaurant
731 Washington Avenue Telephone JE 8-5401
THANKSGIVING DAY, THURSDAY, NOV. 23rd, 3:30 p.m.
All DRINKS AND NOSHERAI ON THE HOUSE
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Kv-Opvniny Thanlinqirinq Wrri/.
Thursday. 2Vot% 2.?. :t p.m.
KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT
1451 Collins Ave. Phone JE 2-1671
SPECIALIZING IN JEWISH STYLE CUISINE
KREPLACH KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNISHES
MEAT FISH STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN
DELICIOUS PASTRIES CAKES CHALAHS & ROLLS
BAKED ON PREMISES
COMPLIMENTARY BEER 1 WINE SERVED WITH DINNER ON OPENING NIGHT
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Excellent Cuisine Superb Service /Modern Decor
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"SATMAR" MEATS ONLY
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ffr 3 Full Meals Included. Free Tea Room Evenings.
?3 P. Person dbl. occ. per day All Rooms, Bath & Telephone.
Beautiful Garden Music Entertainments
Hew Hotel "GEO. WASHINGTON
516 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
Under Strictest Ortlipc'ix Rabbinical Supervision
Permanent Mashgiach on Premises
THANKSGIVING DINNER
"In the Waldman Manner"
Served from 4 to 9 P.M.-
In our Magnificent Oceanfront Dining Room
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vJewisti noridNan
Friday. November 17
1351
Indignation Group Offers Hart Publication
s
The wide distribution and promotion of Merwin K. Hart literature
at the National Indignation Convention raises serious question as to the
rea: mctivations of the conventions leaders," Nate Perlmutter, Florida
director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, declared
Wednesday.______________________
Pointing out thai Hurt's anti-
Semitic diatribes have been de- reminiscent of Communist front
nounecd by the American Legion, meetings in days gone by."
by America." and by patriots of
Principals in Sunday night's dinner honorina Israel Minister
of Commerce and Industry Pinchas Sapir at the Lucerne hotel
are (left to right) Samuel Rothberg. of Peoria. 111., Jack S.
Popick, Sapir, Maurice Revitz and Jacob Rifkin. Sctpir was
presented with the ICO.COOth share of Israel Investors Corpor-
ation stock issued, and Rothberq received a special volume
on I.I.C. from the corporation's Miami leaders. Plans were
announced at the meeting for the sale of another S10,000,000
in I.I.C. stock throughout the United States.
all political views. Perlmutter de-
clared tha' he al0 found literature
distributed by authorized National
Indignation Convention officials
charging that belief in Federal
guarantees for equal rights for
Negroes was an evidence of fol-
lowing the Communist Party line.
"This is ottr nonsense and
in line with the political paranoia
that sees our President, our ex-
President, our courts, and just
about everyone but Huckleberry
Hound as Communists or Com-
munist dupes."
Noting the abundance of conven-
tion literature that had 'absolute-
ly nothing to do with the declared
purpose of the convention." Perl-
mutter said that "the meeting was
Isra-Miami Investments Hit 50 Million
The Isra Miami Group, first maj-
or private investment venture in
the State of Israel, is embarking
on a $20,000,000 expansion program.
Yekutiel Kedermann. the young na-
tion's leading industrialist, said in
Miami Beach on Tuesday after-
noon.
German-born Federmann. a refu-
gee from Hitler's persacution who !
served as unofficial purchasing
agent for the Haganah before and I
during the 1948-49 War of Liber
ation. spoke at a Fontaineblean
hotel luncheon honoring 1 la it a
Mayor Abba Khoushi.
At the meeting. Mayor Khou-
shi was made an honorary citi-
len of Miami Beach in ceremon-
ies conducted by Beach Mayor
Kenneth Oka and witnessed by
Vice Mayor Malvin Englander
and Councilmen D. Lee Powell,
Melvin Richard, Marcie Li'oer-
man and Bernard Frank.
In return. Mayor Khoushi who
has guided Haifa's growth to a
Metropolitan area of 275.000 per-
sons, which includes Israel's major
port and industrial complexinvit-
ed the Beach council to attend the
April. 1962. opening of the Dan Car-
mel hotel in Haii'a
Hosts for the luncheon were the
Isra-Miami group, with Max Oro-
vitz and Dan B. Ruskind on hand.
Samuel Friedland and Sam Blank,
two of the other principals, were
out of town Tuesday and could not
attend.
Mayor Khoushi said Miami Beach
and Haifa were alike in many ways. I
including the fact that both are
largely man-made cities where 40
years ago swamps, mosquitoes and
maleria ruled.
Federmann said that in addition
to the expansion in the hotel divi-
sion, the Isra-Miami Group will
expand activities in the following
entities
Amron Credit Corporation
an American corporation engaged
in various financial activities m
the U.S., Israel and other countries.
Israel American Oil Corpora
lion a company formed in t h e
I'ni.cd States in 1954. soon to
change its name and concentrate
on real estate development while
abandoning unprofitable oil explo-
ration. A housing development on
ML Carmel in Haifa is high on the
agenda.
Fofina A. G. A Swiss finan-
cial company engaged in various
activities in Europe.
Herzliah Square Corporation
The firm, in which Rassco. the Is-
rael Export Bank. Mayer Brothers
and Feuchtwanger Bank also are
partners, now building a 34-story
skyscraper in Tel Aviv.
Federmann startled the group
attending Tuesday's luncheon by
estimating that the net worth of
the Isra Miami Group has
climbed to the $50,OCO,003 mark.
Haim Golan, an Israeli who ac-
companied Major Khou-hi and Fed-
ermann to Miami Beach, has been
placed in charge of an American
office which will concentrate on
activating interests owned by the
Isra-Miami Group and by the in-
dependent Federmann Enterprises
in Israel,
G.S.
mnn ELECT
^ajr *a RICHARD E.
NORMAN
R ^ C^9H FOR YOUR CITY
H 1 I *~mm J^B fl COMMISSIONER
m /^M. m Pull Lever 15-A
^H> ~*L^B A BUSINESSMAN
FOR A BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION
QUALIFIED BY
EXPERIENCE.
KICMAKD NORMAN ..,,, 1
Hebrew Teachers
To Hear Review
Rabbi David Rosenlield. past
president, Hebrew Teachers Assn.
of Greater Miami, will review
"Zmanim Tovim.'* by Daniel Per
sky. on Sunday evening at the
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn.. 1244 Washington ave.
Sponsored jointly by the teachers
group and Histradrut Ivrith. the
review is in observance of Jewish
Book Month.
Program will include group sing-
ing, conducted by Mrs. J. Dernier.
Mrs. Joshua Stadlan is president
of the teachers organization.
X FOR GOOD
J GOVERNMENT
ELECT
David I.
Masquerade Fete
At Zamora
Masquerade party and dance
sponsored by t h e Sisterhood ol
Temple Zamora will be held at the
Temple on Saturday night.
Masks will be distributed to
guests, whether they arrive in cos-
tume or informal dress. Program
will include games and prizes
Chuck Shorago and his band will
provide live music for dancing.
^KENNEDY
^ I'd i',,i Ad>
; MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER
% Group 5 LEVER 23-A
Democratic Unit
To Hear Speaker
Democratic Party League will
meet Monday. 8:30 p.m.. at the Di-
Lido hotel.
President, Mrs Malvin England-
er. announces that guest speaker
will be Paul Grand, past command-
er of the Jewish War Veterans.
Subject is "The Dangers of the
American Nazi Party."
"The Communists would seize
an issue like rent control, in which
millions of Americans were inter-
ested, stage a huge rally.- and
thereb) gain thousands of dupe>
for their subversive propaganda.
The National Indignation Conven-
tion, notwithstanding its declared
purpose, readily recalls that Com-
munist technique."
The National Indigna'io-
vention held Tuesday ni
Miami Beach Convention Hall I
as its declared purpe-. ,,-.:
to the sale of American I
Itc Yugoslavia and of tr
Yugoslavia pilots in Amet I
convention followed oi I
I broadside mailing of the o I
tion's literature thro
Greater Miami area
: Tuesday.
Literature distribul .
vention Tuesday incl
K. Hart publication.- Hart :--A
ident of the Nation i ;
Council. Perlmutter
has a long history ol
actions "
Merkos Appoints Dinner Chairman
The Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch
announced this week that Leon de
Hersh, local businessman, has ac-
cepted the chairmanship of its first
annual dinner, which will take
place at the Lombardy hotel on
Dec. 3.
Members of the dinner commit-
tee arc Alexander (' Moscowitz,
chairman: Dr. Meyer J. Safra.
.Murray Rosenberg, co-chairmen;
Isadore II Kramer. Max Krasno,
treasurers: Rabbi Stanley B W --
Morton Mayberg, secretaries; trus-
tees, Nathan Ginsburg, chairman.
Abe Aranott. Henry Groudan. Rev.
Jacob D. Katz. Dr [rwin H yJ
kovsky. Rabbi Abra! an Sain
Philip Weiss.
Board of director-
C. Berkowitz. chairrm
.Jcar. Louis Ciment, Ra Kymaal
j M. Kagan. Harry
B. Klonsky. Harr> R
Rosenberg, SaulS
Advisory commiti josul
Rephun. Saul Rashiri Scotch-]
io. Divisional cha |
lore H. Kramer. '-. Dlatt,
Morton (layberg Morr.il
Moscowitz, Sidney R iber
It's 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 Vc'ed
for Lower Consumer Prices and Increased Patron Faci I n
* NATIVE FlORiOIAN -* DECORATED IrETSRA .
* ATTORNFY + BUSINESSMAN
Murray Z. Klein is a man who has the lenowhovx and
experience to stop the waste of your tax do'.'.i-
PULL LEVER 24--A on Nov. 21
for economy in government.
LET'S ELECT
ALICE WAINWRICHT
TO THE
MIAMI CITY COMMISSION
MIAMI NEEDS
A QUALIFIED
WOMAN
EXPERIENCED
IN
GOVERNMENT
\
PULL LEVER 17-A and ELECT
ALICE WAINWRIGHT
_ ..I 4 -ll
,1 Pol A It


lidav. November 17, 196\
fJewisti fk-rSditori
Page 13-B
Jfyar l a gift to suL.cribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
asking a corsage to each mother of a Ear or Bas Mitzvah.
s should be addressed to "Corsage fcr Ycu," P.O. Box
3, Miami 1, Fia., one month in advance, inciude the name
the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
e address ^and telephone number. The corsage will De
.-. ^r.oed to ycu courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
?c tne occasion.
Philip Rabin
son of Mr and Mrs. Saul
; I e Bar Mitzvah Satur-
: _. Nov. 18. at Beth Dav-
stion, with Rabbi N
ah is ar i
I
Bt!< nded I
of Beth I
ad has si i
[or In the mam S
wll host the Kidd
services
educational direc-j
th< syni gogue's religious'
Paul Sutta
Temple Beth Shirah will he th
si e ui the Bar Mitzvah oi Paul
ta, s oi Mrs. Marion An
I Vfi rtin Sutta, on Saturday
II Ith Rabbi Mor-
i .ing.
:tle student at
Jui "High i .- a
lant in the Tempi
rid .. s bol
Hi pan nts im at the
- : on Friday evei
. oi Sal
Harry Cohn
The Bar Mitzvah ol Harry,
Philip Rabin
Sruct Kusens
UF Campaign Past Million Mark
Led Fund has now received
.mounting to $1,227,405.
!' percent of its goal, it was
,ced by Edward F. Swenson.
jr general campaign chairman.
The 1P62 goal to support the pro
grams of 39 health, welfare and
|character-buildins] agencies is $2.-
798.822.
Itoor to-door solicitation contin-
u s in all sections of Dade county
i> xdunteers in the United Good
{< ighbors Division.
The hours of time and effort
kliat are being contributed by
II ousanda of volunteer workers
[an well determine the success of
aur campaign," said William C.
... !;.'f. UGN chairman.
W'Chanuka Donor Mart'
- uthwest Jewish Center Sister-
c : sponsoring a "Chanuka
Mart and Supper" on Sun-
from 4 to 8 p.m. Merchandise
ate for Chanuka will be

United Fund will hold its third
report luncheon meeting on Tues-
day at the Top o' th* Columbus.
As with the first two meetings,
the major cost of this luncheon
will be borne by a firm under-
writing the cost of the function,
in addition to their Fair Share
contribution to United Fund.
Burdine's is host for the third
meeting. The purpose of firms
sponsoring these meetings is in
line with United Fund policy of not
using contributions to pay for such
gatherings.
Every United Fund volunteer is
welcome to attend. The 1962 Uni-
ted Fund campaign continues until
Dec. 14.
of .Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cohn, i
nally schi 11< I for Nov. il,
iservi aturday, Nov. is. dur-
mornii s sen ices al I
he. Rabbi -
dot H. Sti inmi'/ will of! i lat
en1 l North Mi-
ami i Po-
I iel rel ol for fivi
on of thi i
v : \s will host
dush i hoi
Ronald Sokolow
i bi Herbert Baumgard will of-
1 cii le al flie l-:.i:- Mitzvah of
aid, son Of Mr, and Mrs. Mar-
vin L. Sokolow, during Saturday
morning services, Nov. 18. at Tem-
ple Be'th Am.
Ronald is a student at South Mi-
ami Junior High an:l plays clarinet
ir. the school band. He is active
in baseball and bowling.
A reception in his honor will be
Paul Sutta Barry Baumel Louis Schwartz Ronald Sokolow
> ; orning, Nov. 18. at Young Is-
rael ol Grc iter Miami,
. ; i- a member of the gradu-
Voung Israel Hebrew
iol.
w ill honor him at a
lion Salurdaj evening at Mi-
ni rests rant.
Louis Schwartz
ik-i of the Bar Mitzvah
- Randolph, son of Mr. and
.1;-. Howard K Schwartz, will take
lay m rn ng Nov. 18.
a! Ti Beth Am. with Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard officiating.
Randy attends Palmetto Junior
High and plays trumpet in the
school band.
Following services, a reception
will be held in his honor at his
home, 10801 SW 69th ave.
given al the Garden restaurant fol-
lowing i remi ny,
*
Eruc Kusens
ervii -
[( I! r Mil
ce. i
ate.
ce is ;.t Nau I
II : '
A .' I reception in h:s h
. the Roi ej Plaza hoti I will
follow the ceremony.
Barry Baumel
Fabbi Sherwin S'auber will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Bar-,
ry. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Baumel. 150 NE 169th ter.. Satur-
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ELECT
WILLIAM J.
"BILL"
OWENS
MIAMI CITY
COMMISSIONER
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Elect Arthur
PATTEN
MAYOR OF MIAMI
.
WM. J. (SILL) OWENS
"The Men with a Plan
for a Better Miami!"
MIAMI RESIDENT 42 YEARS TAX-
PAYER FATHER OF 7 CHILDREN -
MEMBER OF AUAPATTAH BAPTIST
CHURCH GRADL'ATE MIAMI HIGH
- WAR 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
City Wide Vote
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-*t 3 Years on the Miami Planning
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life, he'd be an economy-
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Friday, November 17, 1961
*Jewisti ftoridbbun
Page 15-B
daughters, Barbara
Father, Isidore, and
ert. S-r\ Ice* re
ilon Kimri.(I Home
and S'ii-.iii ; \\i- I
:i brother, Rob-
No v. 1 ill l i 11 i
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
New Orleans gambler Stuart Whitman gives in to the charms
of adventuress Ina Balin in one of the guieter moments from
"The Comacicheros," outdoor color drama starring John
Wayr.e starting Friday at Wometco's Carib, Miami, Miracle
and 163rd Street Theatres.
IRVING SCHARFMAN
12, <>r sjn (Cud .-i.. .ii..i .\.,\ in in
!<<\ lallle I i-...... hei In j ears
ngu from Ni ,s Yoi k. and wa a
ber "> Miami Henri Elk* .- i li
are hi* wife, Es( ell< .. i on, .\ la n. .1
duughtei. Kilo i.i; m.- ..... u
ulster Hi r> m ei. Nov. 12 In Go
don l . MRS SARAH YAVIS
' *l.'01 "JNiiiiiws ,,v.. ffnbh"* ;
Ml, .1 .V>\ Ml) il:. Ill 10 > 1 .11-
.1,11 II.. 111 W.i IM.
roneerl violinist mil : member of (he
. Musicians rluh il nmerici > 1
were in \ n v irk with 1; n don K1-
neial 1 tome ii.....- n-alij
MRS. JEAN KASLIN
-. of 2903 NW l!th ,,\. died N..\ 9.
Shi 1 ..in,, here -'* years agu Irom Hus-
ton and an 11 in. mbei ..; tin M la ml
Showmen's Uidlea Auxillnr) Survlv-
Ing are her husband, Tom, anil .1 ids-
ter. Her* Ii.- m ei No> I miun
I Funeral Humi
REBECCA SPECTOF,
-1'. 1.1" ri!o 1 idian t'reek di died \..\
'' She came here ~'< year* ago from
Staunton, v.. Surviving are her hua-
band, w illlnm four eons, 1
Martin, Bernard and Charles; and a
brother, Hwii.m I,. Barber Services
i- Nov. i" at Newman Funeral
Home.
Tifereth Israel Card Parly
Card party will be given by Ti-
fereth Israel Sisterhood in the So-
cial Hall, 6500 No. Miami ave.. on
Wednesday, at S30 p.m. Hostesses
will be Mr- Rose Gold and Mrs.
Fanny Burrtstein.
----------------------
ADOLPH GURKIN
S3, of 3081 8W lsih .-!.. died Nov.
He came here n years ago fr<
Schenectady. N V. and was a rel 1
ii-.. luce dealer He 1- .1 meml
"i' Miami r.. 1. h Workmen's Cln
Snr\ \\ ir.n .1: .1 son, 1 daughti 1 1
1 grandchild Services were No
in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alt
id
WILLIAM I. CHERNICOFF
hi' !: I'ennsj Ivanla uve died
Ni >\ He came hen It j -. 1
.n>-. i ,\ ami "1 .1 1
lirinter Surv king are his wife, Anna;
1 daughter, M/a H idl. L01 i" 1 threi
-hi- .1 1 ; 1. ^ .111..1 hilm, 11
and fi\ great-gran hi 1. ;, Kervice
N 10 li ;il I lome.
Leoncid Bernstein and the
New York Philharmonic
Symphony Orchestra will be
heard in Miami In February,
1962. Ernest A.. Silverman,
vice president, has announ-
ced i.-.at the Philharmonic
will be heard as part of the
1962-63 Cc:- auaity Concert
Assn. series.
Interfaith
Service Slated
Rev. Dr. George v Foster, over-
Ol M Meth : -' churches here.
will in guesl speaker at Thanks-
giving t rvices, Thursday, Nov. 23.
9 a.m.. at Tifereth Israel Congre-
gation.
Rev. Wm. T. Blair, of Grace
Methodist Church, and the entire
congn gation will be guests.
A nursery lant will take
charge ol all s nail children during
servii
Stakes Program
Released Here
Tropical Park president. Saul
Silberman, through the office ol
racing secretary, T.itn Engelman.
has rele ikes program
calendar of added money attrat
tions scheduled for the winter meet-
' ing starting Thanksgiving Day,
Nov. 23.
Included in the rich program is
the Sl0,000-added Hurricane Handi-
cap, the opening day feature of the
43-day season. The renewal of the
$50,000 added Tropical Handicap for
three-year-olds and upward is
scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 16. and
should prove attractive to the best
routers in winter training.
Spiced between the Hurricane,
for three-year-olds and upward at
six furlongs, and the Tropical 'Cap
are eight Association-endowed Sio.-
ooo-added stakes features, the S20,-
000-added Orange BjwI Handicap
on Jan. 6. and the 515.000-added
Broward Handicap, Jan. 13
On the Saturday following the
Hurricane. Er.gi?!man has listed for
decision the fl ')' added Alligator
Handicap, with this feature speci-
fied exclusively for two-year-old
talent at six furlongs. Next on
the calender is the SlO.OOO-added
1 City of Miami Handicap, to be con-
tested Saturday, Dec. 2, at one
mile anil seventy yards, with three-
year-olds ar. i upward eligible.
MRS. MOLLIE KOLNICK
\ i Shi
e hi from H udson,
Surviving .1 her
1 1 1 .1
Ke ten, a nd .1
\\ Services w ere Xo\
in Rivi 'hapel, A
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LEGAL NOTICi
Miamicm Named
Class President
Michael Etosei srg, 18, oi 223 SW
51st ave., was > elected
idem of lerican Univer-
sity's freshman class
A former Florida Boy state gov-
ernor, and vice president of the Mi-
ami Senior High School student
council, Michael is a political
science journalism major in the
university's college of arts and
sciences.
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MRS ROSE ALING
91". 81 lied Nov. 12.
. in, : ... five j irs > --1 from i
.-.,.;.> : ^ ire two Bnd
two da s i
K I i i: i S .
a i' li \. w i n K inera' I tome In
urgi
Bef fi lor ah Card Party
A dessert card party, sponsored
by the Moliie Kahaner Sisterhood
of Beth Torah Temple, will be held
at the McArthur Dairies. 6151 NE
2nd ave, from 1 to 4 p.m. Chairman
is Mrs. Syemour Babok.
New Senior Citizens Group
Meetings of the recently estab-
lished senior citizen? program at
Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
tion will be held every Sunday from
2 to 5 p.m. Isadora Weiner is serv-
ing as temporary president of the
group.
MRS. BESSIE FRISCH
; ., ,ii Mk-hlgH lied Nol II
She came here it >...-- ago from
Brooklyn, N v Surviving ire her
hunbaml, l < t ind bom 8erv -
Icea wre Nov 13 in Riverside Me-
morial Chape A
HENRY G. PEARLSTEIN *
74. of 5880 SW 14th -st (lie.l Nov. 11.
ii.- came h^-e sue yean ago from
N. York C'it> iin'l wus a retired
optomotriat, H a member of
Temple Zion. Surviving .ire his wife.
Sophia, a daiiKhter, and rhrer BTand'
children. Bar Vices were Nov. Itl In
Riverside Memorial Cliai>el, Ii.imLi.-
rd.
MITCHELL ROB.NSON
fit), 8::.'. Mini st., M iaml Beach, died
NOV. 10. He .'.ime here 'r' yur-. agio
from Montreal and araa a member of
Canadian ami Miami Bhowman'a Club.
Surviving ire his wife, Et*l>; n
dauKhter. Mrs. Inez Sirofta, and two
Rrandcniiiir.n Bervlcea were Nov. II
with Cordon l-':ineral Home in charge.
HENRY LEVIN
17, of M57 Baj dr Surfaide, died
Nov. 10. H.- came hero nine yearn
ago irom WajRhington and waa exei
utive vice preaident of southern Real-
n :iti.i Utilities Corp He waa :i
member ..f 11 Exchange Club
:iit l w i-. i World vv ir n veteran.
Surviving .ni' b i wife, Sylvia s., two
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 12078
: ii Re Petll it
i'KARL TANZI-7R and QERTRirDE
RKKCMAN, .,- Co-1 k i
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Anna KatX de i .i>e 1
NOTiCE TO APPEAR IN
PROCEEDING TO RF-^STABLISH
LOST NOTE
Ti i: \i -Ihrup ii:\ estment
i' indatl ". I
< 'hi- lea I, thi
Interested per
Vou .1. herebj notified to ap
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scuri.z of I
I 'out In thi C Houm :it Miami.
I'lorlda, al I 10 P At WednewUy
' he -'-'i h d.......l>e ', I 61 ami
then and th r chow i -. i :m\
I i in :. answer duly filed, a
quired '." w h. : im --! j
p litlon "ii fill
hereli .. ,1 '..
i indation
," Charlea Lana ind knna I..mi:, his
wife. In thi .....
with ill'.-:.-' s ;...
ni. :'.i abl i". in v ,-.n :it the
rate of *J......i-r month, hlch note
i- secured b i purchase m me> morl -
- i-;' re 'orded In Offli 1.1 Records
Book 163 al i'i_--- I7t the Hade
Count) i' la, which p
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l. -established
la to vhloh said pron i--i-i\ note tihi
xald pel r -ay* thai i true and
' -: ibll hed ii
mil In lieu ol I iKinal note, and
that .-.ii-1 r...... .i il be de-
I to el : thtful I
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i 'i- -;, .f i iurt
Dade i l-'l >rlda
(seal) 1-.^ K M LYM w
I 'l.-rk
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IN THE CIRCuTt COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 6IC 12278
i.M'' IB Ml iRCJKNSTEItX
Plaint ff,
WII.I.IK MAE SPENCER,
Defendant.
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
TO: WILLIE MAE SPENCER
c'o 4'laude fiilyurd
Co. "A", pith B. i:. ".nl Bdge.
Fort fird, California
Please take notice that a complaint
to foreoloee t mortcai;e upon th>- f'.l-
lowitia; described real estate, to-wit:
It '-'".. BlOCk 1. of IH'NVHVII.I.i:
SUBDIVISION according to the Plai
thereof, recorded in Plat Book 49.
at page 88, of the public record! "f
Daae Count). Florida,
Has been filed againat you. Ymi are
required to tile your answer with the
Clerk of this Court ami aerve n cops
upon Cain. Isis Orbaeh & Polan, 8880
Vv'. Phtgler Street. Miami. Mori.la. on
or before the isth day of December,
noil, otherwise th- allegation* of the
complaint will be taken m confeaaed
by you.
Hated this i.'-th day of November,
1961.
B. It IJ'IATHKKMAN
cierk lit' the circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
(seal) I- K V l.Y.M \\
Deputy Clerk
11/17-14, 12/1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, .IV AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHA.\CERY.
No. 61C 122:8
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Courthouse In Miami, Florida, on "i
before Dece nber la, IV6I. ind to -. -
.i cop) ich answ ei upoi DAVID
i' CATSMAN, Plaintiff's Attorney,
whose Hddr i~ l n h P i ir i' i"i
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ida, "ii or before aald dal i re-
quired b) the Laws .>i Florida, if
you full t" do > the m nt will
lie taken aa confessed b; in t >
I >ecree Pro lonfesso will i .- enti I
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1961,
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Page 14-A Jbftisft Fhriii*r Friday, rfovember 17 Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR The Unprecedented Growth of Right-Wing Organizations \ MERICAN Jewi-h organizations interested in protecting civil [rights are now watching very closely the unprecedented growth of extreme right wing organizations organizations in this country Within the last 18 months the number of luch organizations ha< mushI roomed from 18 to 95 In the fir-: MX months of 1961. more extreme right-wing groups have emerged than in any other single year of the past two decades. Not all of them are anti-Semitic Some of them go out of their way no to permit the injection of an'anti-Jewish utterances in their propaganda -nd activities. Others are making it a point to declare that they tre •game) religious prejudice. Only a very small number of the 95 becoming increasingly ap-l parent that they have reckoned badly on the vote of many new member states. | especially the Africans. More and more of the Africans, as they settle into the routine of UN debates, are showing disinclination to swallow whole the Arab claims that the Arab refugee problem and, indeed, the entire "Palestine Question." involves isof imperialism, colonialism, and racial persecution — issues stressed by the Arabs in their frantic efforts to pain African sympathy in their continuing drive to destroy Israel. For the first time since they entered the United Nahave now taken the opportunity of looking into the full facts, the background, and the true ry of the Arab-Israeli conflicts The significant fact that "he initiative has come trom the Africans. An example of great significance is the fact that, recently, the Africanof the French community, belonging U he so-called Brazzavile Group, invited Israel's delegation chairman. Michael S Comay. to discuss the "Palestine Question" with them Had Israel attempted to summon the Africans to such a meeting, they might well have resisted the move, dismissing it as an effort to propagandize ihem. But i! was they who a-ked Mr Comay to meet with them. • Actually, the Arab delegations themselves are responsible for these developments. Had they let the Israeli isalone. the Africans, busy attending to many other imtant affairhere, would have found themselves voting sometimes in favor of the Arabs, sometimes in favor of the Israeli viewpoint But on none of such occasions would they have been acquainted with all the facts. But the Arabs had determined as long ago as last year's Assembly session that the time had come to press for what er the real "solution" — to force Israel to the vail, preliminary to forcing all of Israel into the sea The Arabs presented their cave" with so much invective, with such obvious unfairness, that the Africans were forced to atari looking deeply into all aspects of the Arab-Israeli conflict. Many of the Africans here concede freely that they have not been too well acquainted with the basic issues involved in the disputes between the Arabs and Israel. The entire Middle East — the region's cultures, history, ancient ouarrels and new drives for hegemony — have been foreign to many Africans This is true of other parts of the world, as well Educated in universities on the European continent, in France or Germany, in England or in Italy, the Africans knew and understood European problems. But, as one said the other day, "I had never even heard of Laos or Nepal; and I never knew a thing about the Palestine Partition pian of 1947 or about why the Arabs left in droves when the Israelis were fighting for their existence in 1948 and 19-19. At that time. I was in prison, for fighting my own country's oppressors." Now the African; are studying the records because the Arabs have made impossible demands on them and have, indeed, insulted their intelligence. The Africans thus seek cut the Israelis, asking questions. basis of "cells" consisting of no more than 20 memben each —and members of one "cell" may not know who the members of other cells are. The John Birch Society, which is only three years old, is known to be growing and i*aid to have among ] members very influential people. It is led by I;obert H. W Welch, a 61-year-old retired candy Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN A Collection Of Much Fun HANUKKAH LATKES AND ROTHSCHILD'S MILLIONS. By David Schwartz. 2C6 pp. New York: Twayne Publishers. S4.00. A T THE BOTTOM of this pagi is a column by David Schwartz, the author ol this book. He needs no introduction to readers of the Jewish press; for twenty-live years he has been a columnist for the .lewi-h Telegraphic Agency, which syndicates his weekly column. Georgia-bom. Atlanta-bred. David Schwartz originally intended to become a rabbi, but he got sidetracked on the Cincinnati Daily Tribune, the Cleveland News and the Washington He-aid and found a happy home with the JTA. His warmth and humor have enriched many a feature page Collected it. this book is much cf the fun. gleaned from the most diverse sources. Anecdotes from the modern scene vie with the wit of the Talmud and Midrash. Nothing Jewish is sale from his gleeful eclecticism — not even Torah. Indeed, he quotes the Israelis: where Moses required forty years to cover Sinai. Moshe Dayan accomplished it in four days. "Some of the Israelis quip that the present Sinai campaign was undertaken to give the Torah. handed down in Sinai, back to God." There is more of the delightful irreverence which I always find the best part of Jewish humor. I knew of no other people which dares jest about the relationship of man to God; everyone else pussyfoots around it as though the whole thing were a giant eggshell which might crack into pieces any moment. To me. the Jewish banter with God — heavens, they are forever arguing with Him! — has always revealed not a lack of awe but the very dearness and whilesomeness of the relationship — as a child will laughingly tease his father, utterly secure in the fastness of both their loves. Schwartz writes, for instance, that the Talmud says that when God complained to Isaac, "Thy children are sinners." Isaac leplied: "Are they my children and not thine?" What, he goes on, was God to say to that 0 There are Yiddish proverbs: "If one lies down with dogs, one gets up with fleas." And this one: "Moshe Kabbenu hat auch nish: gekennt auskommen mit die Yidden" (Moses, our teacher, couldn't gel along with the Jews eithen. You see, no one is spared — least of all the anti-Semite, one of whom delivered a lengthy tirade against Jews in Sir Moses Montefiore's presence. Sir Moses sat listening, saying nothing. "1 see by your face." said the Jewhater, "that you would like to devour me." "My religion," replied the great Jewish philanthropist, "forbids me to eat pig." And I can't res ; repeating this one. about the American who was worried about health conditions on his proposed trip to Israel. "But suppose I am bitten by a snake?" "Well, just suck it out," "But suppose I am bitten in the rear?" "Then." said the Israeli physician, "you will learn who your friends are." You'll enjoy this book. It's just for fun. and it's written by a friend. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ manufacturer of Belmont. Mass.. a nd is operating ln 34 -tales. Jewish leaders forsee that the influence of extreme right wing groups vnay increase u Khrushchev continues to antagonize Ann ricans In his blunt anti-American tactics ^At any rate, the* believe that the surge of right-win^ ictivitj will not ;.bate significantly in the next thr-ee or four years The Jewish organizations are dct crminid to stand behind the liberal policies oi the American Government which keeps an eye on Iheactivities of the extreme right-wing groups but docs not uvdertake anvthing to check them. • BETWEEN COVERS: .lews who are pessimistic about the future of Judaism in th is countrj should take a lesson from American publishing firms Not a week passes nowadays without a nTewJud; appearing on the American book market. Almost all of them arc intended tor the Amen,,: Jewish reader who wantto know more on Judaism and subjects 'l interest to Jews. Take, for instance, the books publi-hed this week. In one singh ... | received nine books of Jew ish con tent published bv various publishers. Some of thcse books are verj good, some of them are not good and | and some are ol no importance. To the last category belongs "The J< i Gentile World" published by Macmillan. it :an anIhology" of anti-Semitic and philo-Semiticstatements about Jews by non Jewish writers, philo-ophers, church-leaders and rulers, edited by Arnold A. Rogow Who need* such a book 1 Why collect and perpetuate long forgotten anti-Sem itii i nts of centuries ago? And what motiva ted 'hi editor to present statements made by some? and not include statements made by others of Ihe same \ Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN Growth of Day Schools AH INTERESTING development in Or^^ thodox-sponsor ed da) schools has been reported by T~orah I'liu-sorah. the National Society for such schools. According to Dr. Jose-ph Kamwetsky, the society's national director. Hebrew day schools have been set up in the past live years in Jewish communities with as few as 1,000 familie-s. In one case, that of Augusta, Ga.. there are only 250 fa milics. The Hebrew Academy of Peoria. 111., was opened fear the current school year with a kindergarten and the first: four grades Peoria has less than 500 Jew ish families. The Jewish educator reported that th:is n sharp contrast with the early history of the Jewish day school movement in this country. Most of theJe-wish -ihools were—and still are —the products of hea\ :!> populated Jewish centers. Mo-; of them draw b>oth their pupils and financial support from the Orthodox e lement ol the Jewi-h community In this connection it is worth notiri: that both Philip Klutznick and Label Katz, resapectivel} pa-t and ii sent heads of B'nai B'rith. have to Id this writer in the course of interviews he had with therwi that I H American Jewish community must think in gr >winj '• day schools as it grapples w ith the problem ol Jew .t ducation ior the young. As little as ten yearago, it was generally believed that a small Jewish community, macie up : the typical spread ol Jewish attitudes —religious and r.or reln'ouscould not support a day school. Costs were one factor. HM commitment to traditional Judaism o* the Jewish portion of the curriculum was the other. Obviously, the Orthodox element of a verj small Jewish community lacks both pupils and flnan< resources for such a school. The answer, says Dr. Kammetsky, that such a small community could not be the site of a Hebrew day school "unless it was in (act a communal school, drawing both its pupil population arid its moral and D> nancial backing from a very large portion c-i thi total Jewish community.'" The Worldwide Outcropping of Jewish iAayors % HERE APPEARS to be something o %  an outcropping of Jewish mayors Toronto, Canada has a Jewish mayor Minneapolis has a Jewish college professor as mayor. Mr. Bnscoe has been re elected Mayor of Dublin, and I think Lon don too now has a Jewish Lord Mayor In New York City, the recent elecl tion for mayor featured a Jew as thc-fc Republican nominee for mayor. Governor Lenman and Jews voted for Wagner, who is not a Jew; and a good many non-Jews voted for Lefkowitz who is a Jew. which is a very hopeful sij;n. We are becoming adult and the question of religion and race is becoming irrelevant. Even in Israel, there are a number of Jewish mayors. The procedure for becoming a mayor in Israel is of course different. You can't go around there eating bagels or l.lintzes. If you want the Yemenite vote, you have to eat falafel or chumus. And to become mayor in Israel, >-ou h* ,n0 [ than gc; the vote. You often have to ;' : town Take the case of Mayor Krinitzi olRsimat I.According to the .story, Mr. Krin itzi bad been a '".' long friend of Mayor Discngoff. the prst Mayor of i Aviv, who kept on being reelected. Krinitzi thOUgW was entitled to a chance. "Mr. Disemgolt." he said. > have been mayor lor ten years Don't you think l s for you to retire and let me be may-or lor a lit"e ""! I'd like to ride on a horse leading the Purim parade on too."' "Listen." said Diesengotf. "I started the city of Aviv. If you want to be mayor, go and start your c.wiu "He wants me to start a city. He's crazy. •' hell tell me to start a country, so I' 11 become Presi You don't build a dtv like vou build a house." Mr Kr n might have said thai, but he didn't. He started his City — Bamat Gan and the most beatitiful place in i it is and he has been Mayor of Ram -at Gan since its


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Friday, November 17, 1961 *Jewisti ftoridbbun Page 15-B daughters, Barbara Father, Isidore, and ert. S-r\ Ice* re ilon Kimri.(I Home and S'II-.III ; \\iI :i brother, RobNo v. 1 ill l i • 11 i LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE New Orleans gambler Stuart Whitman gives in to the charms of adventuress Ina Balin in one of the guieter moments from "The Comacicheros," outdoor color drama starring John Wayr.e starting Friday at Wometco's Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres. IRVING SCHARFMAN 12, <>r sjn (Cud .-I.. .ii..i .\.,\ in in % % % %  <<\ lallle I !• ihei •• In j ears ngu from Ni ,s Yoi k. and wa a ber "> Miami Henri Elk* .i li are hi* wife, Es( ell< .. i on, .\ la n. .1 duughtei. Kilo i.i; m.u ulster Hi r> • • M ei. Nov. 12 In Go don l \ Ml) il:. Ill • 10 > 1 .11.1,11 II.. 111 W.i IM. roneerl violinist mil :• member of (he Musicians rluh il nmerici > %  • 1 •• %  were in \ n v irk with 1; n don K1neial 1 tome ii n-alij MRS. JEAN KASLIN -. of 2903 NW l!th ,,\. died N..\ 9. Shi 1 ..in,, here -'* years agu Irom Huston and an 11 in. mbei ..; tin M la ml Showmen's Uidlea Auxillnr) SurvlvIng are her husband, Tom, anil .1 idster. Her* Ii•.M ei No> I miun I Funeral Humi REBECCA SPECTOF, -1'. 1.1" ri!o 1 idian t'reek di died \..\ '' She came here ~'< year* ago from Staunton, v.. Surviving are her huaband, w illlnm four eons, 1 Martin, Bernard and Charles; and a brother, Hwii.m I,. Barber Services iNov. i" at Newman Funeral Home. Tifereth Israel Card Parly Card party will be given by Tifereth Israel Sisterhood in the Social Hall, 6500 No. Miami ave.. on Wednesday, at S30 p.m. Hostesses will be MrRose Gold and Mrs. Fanny Burrtstein. ADOLPH GURKIN S3, of 3081 8W lsih .-!.. died Nov. He came here n years ago fr< Schenectady. N V. and was a rel 1 •II-.. luce dealer He 1.1 meml "i' Miami r.. 1. h Workmen's Cln Snr\ \\ ir.n .1: • .1 son, 1 daughti 1 1 1 grandchild Services were No in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alt id WILLIAM I. CHERNICOFF HI' !: •' I'ennsj Ivanla uve died Ni >\ He came hen It j •-.• 1 .N>. i %  %  ,\ ami "1 .1 1 • %  lirinter Surv king are his wife, Anna; 1 daughter, M/a H idl. L01 i" 1 threi -HI.1 1 • %  •; 1. ^ .1 11..1 hilm 11 and f i\ % %  great-gran %  hi 1. ;, Kervice N 10 li • •• ;il I lome. Leoncid Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra will be heard in Miami In February, 1962. Ernest A.. Silverman, vice president, has announced i.-.at the Philharmonic will be heard as part of the 1962-63 Cc:auaity Concert Assn. series. Interfaith Service Slated Rev. Dr. George v Foster, overOl M Meth •: -' churches here. will in guesl speaker at Thanksgiving t rvices, Thursday, Nov. 23. 9 a.m.. at Tifereth Israel Congregation. Rev. Wm. T. Blair, of Grace Methodist Church, and the entire congn gation will be guests. A nursery %  lant will take charge ol all s nail children during servii • Stakes Program Released Here Tropical Park president. Saul Silberman, through the office ol racing secretary, T.itn Engelman. has rele ikes program calendar of added money attrat tions scheduled for the winter meet' ing starting Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23. Included in the rich program is the Sl0,000-added Hurricane Handicap, the opening day feature of the 43-day season. The renewal of the $50,000 added Tropical Handicap for three-year-olds and upward is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 16. and should prove attractive to the best routers in winter training. Spiced between the Hurricane, for three-year-olds and upward at six furlongs, and the Tropical 'Cap are eight Association-endowed Sio.ooo-added stakes features, the S20,000-added Orange BJWI Handicap on Jan. 6. and the 515.000-added Broward Handicap, Jan. 13 On the Saturday following the Hurricane. Er.gi?!man has listed for decision the fl ')' added Alligator Handicap, with this feature specified exclusively for two-year-old talent at six furlongs. Next on the calender is the SlO.OOO-added 1 City of Miami Handicap, to be contested Saturday, Dec. 2, at one mile anil seventy yards, with threeyear-olds ar. i upward eligible. MRS. MOLLIE KOLNICK \ i Shi %  e hi from H udson, elected idem of '• lerican University's freshman class A former Florida Boy state governor, and vice president of the Miami Senior High School student council, Michael is a political science journalism major in the university's college of arts and sciences. OL \ht%i ri cs MRS ROSE ALING 91". 81 lied Nov. 12. in, :• ... five j irs > -1 from i .-.,.;.> : ^ ire two Bnd two da %  • %  s i K I %  %  %  i i: i S %  A i' li \. w •" i n K inera' I tome In urgi Bef fi lor ah Card Party A dessert card party, sponsored by the Moliie Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth Torah Temple, will be held at the McArthur Dairies. 6151 NE 2nd ave, from 1 to 4 p.m. Chairman is Mrs. Syemour Babok. New Senior Citizens Group Meetings of the recently established senior citizen? program at Dade Heights Jewish Congregation will be held every Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. Isadora Weiner is serving as temporary president of the group. MRS. BESSIE FRISCH ; .,• ,II Mk-hlgH lied Nol II She came here IT >. %  ..-ago from Brooklyn, N v Surviving ire her hunbaml, l < t • %  ind .• BOM 8erv Icea wre •• Nov 13 in Riverside Memorial Chape A HENRY G. PEARLSTEIN 74. of 5880 SW 14th -st (lie.l Nov. 11. ii.came h^-e sue yean ago from N. York C'it> iin'l wus a retired optomotriat, H a member of Temple Zion. Surviving .ire his wife. Sophia, a daiiKhter, and rhrer BTand' children. Bar Vices were Nov. Itl In Riverside Memorial Cliai>el, Ii.imLi.rd. MITCHELL ROB.NSON fit), 8::.'. Mini st., M iaml Beach, died NOV. 10. He .'.ime here r yur-. agio from Montreal and araa a member of Canadian ami Miami Bhowman'a Club. Surviving ire his wife, Et*l>; n dauKhter. Mrs. Inez Sirofta, and two Rrandcniiiir.n Bervlcea were Nov. II with Cordon l-':ineral Home in charge. HENRY LEVIN 17, of M57 Baj dr Surfaide, died Nov. 10. H.came hero nine yearn ago irom WajRhington and waa exei utive vice preaident of southern Realn :iti.i Utilities Corp He waa :i member ..f 11 • Exchange Club :iit l w i-. i World vv ir n veteran. Surviving .ni' b i wife, Sylvia s., two IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 12078 : II Re Petll it i'KARL TANZI-7R and QERTRirDE RKKCMAN, .,Co1 K I i he KB \ •, ri.i i Ang k .i Anna KatX de i .i>e 1 NOTiCE TO APPEAR IN PROCEEDING TO RF-^STABLISH LOST NOTE Ti i: \i -Ihrup ii:\ estment i' indatl •". I • < 'hilea I, thi Interested per Vou .1. • herebj notified to ap !•• •'•ii -• the H ib tjKi IR< IK I : scuri.z of I I 'out In thi C • Houm :it Miami. I'lorlda, al I 10 P At WednewUy he -'-'i h d l >e ', I 61 ami then and th r chow i %  -. %  i :m\ • %  I i in :. %  answer duly filed, a quired % %  • %  '.• w h. : •• im --• %  j p litlon "ii fill hereli %  %  %  ,1 '.. i indation %  ," Charlea Lana ind knna I..mi:, his wife. In thi with ill'.-:.-' s ; ... • %  ••ni. :'.i abl i". in %  • v ,-.n :it the rate of *J i-r month, hlch note isecured b i purchase m me> morl i-;' re 'orded In Offli 1.1 Records Book 163 al i'i_--I7t %  •! the Hade Count) i' la, which p IXKOI j noti i.. % %  -.-.I In sanl petit on li %  lout, mi slu I I r rteel ro) l. -• -established la to vhloh said pron i--i-i\ note tihi xald pel r -ay* thai i true and '• %  %  -: ibll hed II mil In lieu ol I iKinal note, and that .-.ii1 r .i il be de%  % %  • %  I to el : thtful I ertj if I tn Vnna Vnd I Wll i • -mj id e i 1 of ii.l it VII Count % %  %  Ida, tl S : '• KATHKRMAN i 'i-;, .f i iurt Dade i l-'l >rlda (seal) 1-.^ K M LYM w I 'l.-rk t 17-24, 121-1 IN THE CIRCUTT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 6IC 12278 i.M'' IB Ml iRCJKNSTEItX Plaint ff, WII.I.IK MAE SPENCER, Defendant. NOTICE BV PUBLICATION TO: WILLIE MAE SPENCER c'o 4'laude fiilyurd Co. "A", pith B. i:. ".nl Bdge. Fort fird, California Please take notice that a complaint to foreoloee t mortcai;e upon th>f'.llowitia; described real estate, to-wit: It '-'".. BlOCk 1. of IH'NVHVII.I.i: SUBDIVISION according to the Plai thereof, recorded in Plat Book 49. at page 88, of the public record! "f Daae Count). Florida, Has been filed againat you. Ymi are required to tile your answer with the Clerk of this Court ami aerve n cops upon Cain. Isis Orbaeh & Polan, 8880 Vv'. Phtgler Street. Miami. Mori.la. on or before the isth day of December, noil, otherwise thallegation* of the complaint will be taken M confeaaed by you. Hated this i.'-th day of November, 1961. B. It IJ'IATHKKMAN cierk lit' the circuit Court Dade County, Florida (seal) IK V l.Y.M \\ Deputy Clerk 11/17-14, 12/1-8 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, .IV AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHA.\CERY. No. 61C 122:8 CENTRAL 8AVINj> BANK IN THE • TIV i il-' N KW Vi iRK, a • • .\ i -1' i of New York, %  i vs. ERAVK SIT \I;SK:. el al, Defi IMOr.CE OF SUIT TO Ii: \M> SIT \I:-I. i .11 l.l.v S1TARSKI i: j w ati • Streel ItaTlshHW Hi • ViU ARE HEREIH .i sun has been blliuilhl ,I.J b) CENTRAL SAVINGS THE CITY "C NEW V .it. i\ im rl ttage • • %  I bed propi i-wil I...I \ in Block '-. I" VD '! TluN TI SIERRA, plnl thereof, r.-. ir led ii 5a, .ii page 9 tl of I ..id. Coi n y, l Togethei with (IE I. A :•.• K Refrlgei c -r ei-: .1 861 -I.I::Ra .-\',-' el Ian B In Is ami you ui •• require I to fl 'an > er with the Clei k of tl %  'ourt I.I I. ide I mm y, I-, la, il the Courthouse In Miami, Florida, on "i before Dece nber la, IV6I. ind to -. %  %  .i cop) ich answ ei upoi DAVID i' CATSMAN, Plaintiff's Attorney, whose Hddr— i~ l n h P i ir i' i"i East i lui li sir. 11. Miami 12, Florida, "ii or before aald dal i required b) the Laws .>i Florida, if you full t" do > •• the m nt will lie taken aa confessed b; in t > I >ecree Pro • lonfesso will i .enti I agalnsl you foi the relief den ded In %  he --•••II t-! i in' DATED this lath da) I N 1961, E. is I.I:ATHKI:.V \ s i 'ierk of i I lade i 'ount) I'; r da '.-.-.il. B K M LY \ %  • DAVID P. CATSMAN Ith Kioor i Dl E. F %  'SI Ml:.111! Vi, I %  jl/17 • NOTICE UNDER FIC I .wwo ., AW v. >Tli • S HEREBY <;IVEN • he in d, :.-i-i:i • • • i AIIIU AYS RENT -A CAR %  it .tlisi N.W %  I Mil. II Ihe Clerl if tl-e Circuil DCNCAN A ITO REN 'AL, s .'.• IJv M MIX M Vtl • v cant 1612 C %  ...... I v N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. iN PROBATE. No. 4-1-4l:i: Estati VIRiilNM • C IILL l • • NOTICE TO CREDITORS All ,.-,_.i ii HI • %  •I to present '.. whic.i v IA Cl IA li I i. • i I II,1ular iiiniiil %  i A I.I in BEH .,••.-: i >• li Hold ma il 2 lull V. r S'.i-e.'l %  i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTh K 1.1 IIVEN thai In .no. ill -in nil li%  indl • Ol DADE U A I'ER I 'IJNK! ... L047 W, FlaKler Si ,\i iaml inten i %  %  d the C rk of I cull lourt "i '.< idi lounty, l". -Ida. I'l in. VVA riSR I'll>DI ei-.: s!, 1 1' I ';i \ ••! I '..r i i nt OE4' II SALLEY -. R PAUL Attorneys i > %  i' ire Wal .. 1-1 NOTiCE UNOER FICTITIOUS iNA'.iE _AW NOTH E IS H ( i IIVEN that tin in lersl -•.-..I I %  • %  ll A I'LANTH A'i* IN il II IV. I ..: Ii r later said i I I r" i i.i.. Pl'RE WAT.: • HEl H. SA Vttor %  I rtali l- IN T IN THE COUNTY JUOOES ".OvRT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE. No. 541J6 6 RE I'-, Rl 'Si: I.I. -ill-Kit I i-. rl NOTICE TO CREDITORS All t'red and All i ii.. i' i I.I .-'.Ii.i I. You are hereb) notli n i nands v-i • you ma; •I till ROSE I In >ade to the Count) Judif. • -.. and : Section Stati tea. Ii fllci t) i "ourl ho mi i-i '.! %  !• • Ida, within .-IN calend the time ol • %  •:. in 'liname will be 11 i ted ..' .Ni anil Fl nda, I • I i) of No\ A.D. 191 DAVID s\l i. I I.. I i, rma n T Isia his Vtl Aa i:\.' i 'nln, Isis, (irbai li A Po I I.i man T. Isia of C lUnael Vtti rne) dr ISxecutor '.Vl'l \\ I ',' 24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME •• %  \ITH E SI ,i if vV. Flag I'l • "S. INC. i '.i. VI \\ ts. Il .• 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTI E IS IIVEN that ... SOUTHERN W/ 'UNI it 1041 ft'. Kl • %  l • %  %  • %  '• !. (;• i CEO PAUL i -; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ; hi unders -• ned lesli • nil to I he fi %  -1 i: .nilnan I. gi S. ASS VI In leach 11 I later aa I l with thi if the •li.; %  • l' de C JOSEPH >• '.Ni' • JE VNNETTE N I.OCIS-JACKSS INN JACKSi H/17 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW.' \. iTICE IS HEREBY fl \ IN the undersigned, desiring I hiisim • CIMENT BROTHERS al 174 > p..1.1. Mi ir-i Be n '• i-' ; ir da to reglste 'sal a uh thol • ii. i 'Ir • 't of Dade < iunt> Klorlda • I-I iltl'i (RATK N B) Jack i 'Intent, i' Attest Thomas \1 Mlilmoi KMil.AM.CIt \ BURNETT Attorney* for 2550 Corporation 1 I.inc.In IM Miami Beach ii 17-J4, 12/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY (IIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buaineae under the fictitious name of I'l.KTA AGENCY at Hade County, i-'i.irida. Intends to register said name with th.Clerk of the Circuit Court ..I Dade County, Florida. HAROLD PKARLM \ N s/oii Owner ii 17-84, 12/l-s NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ei gage in business under the fictitious name of BUNNY PALM ACRES at 1686 N.E 123rd Street, North Miami Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ,.,-vsv ii, >Mpa ivr. By: Kurt Wallach. Pres. 11/1U-I7--M. 12/j NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Ni\>E LAW NOTICE ** HEREBY • : -' that i of \1A.\N -, LYNN ib Florida inti ii'i• • • %  -••• ••• a th. t ol L'ade Count; ROBBIE .YNN INC. i Ion l"'.-, : •-•..-.|i.,,' pia, ALBERT i. Vttoi ne) for I: '.•'• .•I-. Lincoln Rd Mia i Ha 10-11 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS GIVEN that ndersigned, ii I D business und of THE tJASI.IOHT INN %  '81 .-. \\ "i \ %  • a II WS 6.W if Miami. ... 1 iated .iMian ; i i f tX-l MOS VJ B) M L. Cop HARRY ZUKERNICK Attnrne) for Vppl -ant 120 Lincoln Rd. Miami n -n-h. PI i l'i .. 1-17 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring to -ngage in business under tinfictitious namof FILTER KING al P.O, Hox 6403. North Miami Beaoh, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Clreuit Court of Dade County, Florida. i NATHANIEL POLlN LHEF &ANKt'8 Attornevs for Nathaniel I'olln M/3-I0-I7-24 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bnslneas under the fictitious i i— ol HERALD FABRICS it 201 S. Miami • • -,.., ,.,.i ii| N'. Miami Ave, Miami, Hi., Intend to register said name \i.n the < Ierk "t tne Circuit Court of 1 lade County, Florid I LAURENCEKOTHMAN STBVH I'.HTHMAN Sole own-is I.KVINK i CMP.IST1K Attorneys for Ai>nlv.an $00 8.W, 2nd Ave. ant U/10-17-24, 12/1



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Page 12-B vJewisti noridNan Friday. November 17 1351 Indignation Group Offers Hart Publication s •The wide distribution and promotion of Merwin K. Hart literature at the National Indignation Convention raises serious question as to the rea: mctivations of the conventions leaders," Nate Perlmutter, Florida director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, declared Wednesday. Pointing out thai Hurt's antiSemitic diatribes have been dereminiscent of Communist front nounecd by the American Legion, meetings in days gone by." by America." and by patriots of Principals in Sunday night's dinner honorina Israel Minister of Commerce and Industry Pinchas Sapir at the Lucerne hotel are (left to right) Samuel Rothberg. of Peoria. 111., Jack S. Popick, Sapir, Maurice Revitz and Jacob Rifkin. Sctpir was presented with the ICO.COOth share of Israel Investors Corporation stock issued, and Rothberq received a special volume on I.I.C. from the corporation's Miami leaders. Plans were announced at the meeting for the sale of another S10,000,000 in I.I.C. stock throughout the United States. all political views. Perlmutter declared tha' he al0 found literature distributed by authorized National Indignation Convention officials charging that belief in Federal guarantees for equal rights for Negroes was an evidence of following the Communist Party line. "This is ottr nonsense and in line with the political paranoia that sees our President, our exPresident, our courts, and just about everyone but Huckleberry Hound as Communists or Communist dupes." Noting the abundance of convention literature that had 'absolutely nothing to do with the declared purpose of the convention." Perlmutter said that "the meeting was Isra-Miami Investments Hit 50 Million The Isra Miami Group, first major private investment venture in the State of Israel, is embarking on a $20,000,000 expansion program. Yekutiel Kedermann. the young nation's leading industrialist, said in Miami Beach on Tuesday afternoon. German-born Federmann. a refugee from Hitler's persacution who served as unofficial purchasing agent for the Haganah before and I during the 1948-49 War of Liber ation. spoke at a Fontaineblean hotel luncheon honoring 1 la it a Mayor Abba Khoushi. At the meeting. Mayor Khoushi was made an honorary citilen of Miami Beach in ceremonies conducted by Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka and witnessed by Vice Mayor Malvin Englander and Councilmen D. Lee Powell, Melvin Richard, Marcie Li'oerman and Bernard Frank. In return. Mayor Khoushi — who has guided Haifa's growth to a Metropolitan area of 275.000 persons, which includes Israel's major port and industrial complex—invited the Beach council to attend the April. 1962. opening of the Dan Carmel hotel in Haii'a Hosts for the luncheon were the Isra-Miami group, with Max Orovitz and Dan B. Ruskind on hand. Samuel Friedland and Sam Blank, two of the other principals, were out of town Tuesday and could not attend. Mayor Khoushi said Miami Beach and Haifa were alike in many ways. I including the fact that both are largely man-made cities where 40 years ago swamps, mosquitoes and maleria ruled. Federmann said that in addition to the expansion in the hotel division, the Isra-Miami Group will expand activities in the following entities • Amron Credit Corporation — an American corporation engaged in various financial activities m the U.S., Israel and other countries. • Israel American Oil Corpora lion — a company formed in t h e I'ni.cd States in 1954. soon to change its name and concentrate on real estate development while abandoning unprofitable oil exploration. A housing development on ML Carmel in Haifa is high on the agenda. • Fofina A. G. — A Swiss financial company engaged in various activities in Europe. • Herzliah Square Corporation— The firm, in which Rassco. the Israel Export Bank. Mayer Brothers and Feuchtwanger Bank also are partners, now building a 34-story skyscraper in Tel Aviv. Federmann startled the group attending Tuesday's luncheon by estimating that the net worth of the Isra Miami Group has climbed to the $50,OCO,003 mark. Haim Golan, an Israeli who accompanied Major Khou-hi and Federmann to Miami Beach, has been placed in charge of an American office which will concentrate on activating interests owned by the Isra-Miami Group and by the independent Federmann Enterprises in Israel, — G.S. mnn ELECT ^ %  ajr *a RICHARD E. NORMAN R ^ C^9H FOR YOUR CITY H 1 I *~mm J^B fl COMMISSIONER m / ^M. m Pull Lever 15-A ^H> ~*L^B A BUSINESSMAN FOR A BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE. KICMAKD NORMAN ..,„,,„ 1 Hebrew Teachers To Hear Review Rabbi David Rosenlield. past president, Hebrew Teachers Assn. of Greater Miami, will review "Zmanim Tovim.'* by Daniel Per sky. on Sunday evening at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. 1244 Washington ave. Sponsored jointly by the teachers group and Histradrut Ivrith. the review is in observance of Jewish Book Month. Program will include group singing, conducted by Mrs. J. Dernier. Mrs. Joshua Stadlan is president of the teachers organization. X FOR GOOD J GOVERNMENT ELECT David I. Masquerade Fete At Zamora Masquerade party and dance sponsored by t h e Sisterhood ol Temple Zamora will be held at the Temple on Saturday night. Masks will be distributed to guests, whether they arrive in costume or informal dress. Program will include games and prizes Chuck Shorago and his band will provide live music for dancing. ^KENNEDY ^ I'd i',,i Ad> ; MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER % Group 5 LEVER 23-A Democratic Unit To Hear Speaker Democratic Party League will meet Monday. 8:30 p.m.. at the DiLido hotel. President, Mrs Malvin Englander. announces that guest speaker will be Paul Grand, past commander of the Jewish War Veterans. Subject is "The Dangers of the American Nazi Party." "The Communists would seize an issue like rent control, in which millions of Americans were interested, stage a huge rally.and thereb) gain thousands of dupe> for their subversive propaganda. The National Indignation Convention, notwithstanding its declared purpose, readily recalls that Communist technique." The National Indigna'iovention held Tuesday ni Miami Beach Convention Hall I as its declared purpe-. ,,-.: %  to the sale of American I Itc Yugoslavia and of tr Yugoslavia pilots in Amet I convention followed oi I I broadside mailing of the o I tion's literature thro Greater Miami area : Tuesday. Literature distribul vention Tuesday incl K. Hart publication.Hart : %  -A ident of the Nation i ; Council. Perlmutter has a long history ol actions Merkos Appoints Dinner Chairman The Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch announced this week that Leon de Hersh, local businessman, has accepted the chairmanship of its first annual dinner, which will take place at the Lombardy hotel on Dec. 3. Members of the dinner committee arc Alexander (' Moscowitz, chairman: Dr. Meyer J. Safra. .Murray Rosenberg, co-chairmen; Isadore II Kramer. Max Krasno, treasurers: Rabbi Stanley B W •-Morton Mayberg, secretaries; trustees, Nathan Ginsburg, chairman. Abe Aranott. Henry Groudan. Rev. Jacob D. Katz. Dr [rwin H yJ kovsky. Rabbi Abra! an Sain Philip Weiss. Board of directorC. Berkowitz. chairrm .Jcar. Louis Ciment, Ra Kymaal j M. Kagan. Harry B. Klonsky. Harr> R Rosenberg, SaulS Advisory commiti josul Rephun. Saul Rashiri Scotch-] io. Divisional cha | lore H. Kramer. '-. Dlatt, Morton (layberg Morr.il Moscowitz, Sidney R iber It's 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 Vc'ed for Lower Consumer Prices and Increased Patron Faci I n %  NATIVE FlORiOIAN -* DECORATED IrETSRA ATTORNFY + BUSINESSMAN Murray Z. Klein is a man who has the lenowhovx and experience to stop the waste of your tax do'.'.iPULL LEVER 24--A on Nov. 21 for economy in government. LET'S ELECT ALICE WAINWRICHT TO THE MIAMI CITY COMMISSION MIAMI NEEDS A QUALIFIED WOMAN EXPERIENCED IN GOVERNMENT \ PULL LEVER 17-A and ELECT ALICE WAINWRIGHT ..I 4 -ll ,1 Pol A It



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Page 6-A Jen i it Fkjril&r Friday. Nov e -oer 1%  ansteiri executm directat and old Spent hanararj presddem :>? the v.l. attenc a three-day ert te righi rr* Maurice Metre CammisBiane; >••; %  : Home fas the Ag>_ erencs D: the Natiana Cot the Aging is Harriman ] : beginning No* 26. Home of Aged Joins Charter Unit %  • rvin| %  :.' %  : presKtetn ;>: %  • mill' ftn tin •.<.•••:. ;.: %  • %  'I hi i • um •' % % % %  : .i' oh B 3pM taonpreside! Pearl %  i i •• •;;• • direct r o Purs %  • !, %  •. !(• ill IM pr i:> •-%  DI loni ai ;• %  • elop b pre tun b rii a DM i bodl o* financnu uM *' ,ni v Btlem i .: u :.-" < %  ; : ..: prog ram prioritiei fi>' II "••".'• %  ,. \i, lunci :>! In begm • g Nov X t I • '..".-. %  %  i • %  a pu b a :.' %  • Beth Am Plans Member Dinner %  • %  ....... Am am • i be peakej at annul • r < ..... .,.. _,. • • • %  ... %  % %  •'..'..%  n iibuart -i • n •••. i • Mr>. r an %  %  • • %  %  • %  %  • Bonn pe • i mi ad '"i L : • • ; • • %  1 I % %  • ; • %  .• %  .-. be i m w;: Durii ; ni pas -.: —wftm ad mini % %  inn ii Dad* eoun mi Lutheri • I ; i i ioutl Flundi te i for baptei TELEPHONE PP: : S. ANSWERED BUSINESS ASSET Answerrte, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SER\ NG JEferson — Union Highland FRankiin t> t: .'• •"" •• FR 3-5581 Israel Raps Soviet Charges Against Jew Cors-irjoe '•or reje 1 A wrth Jews he nft M' Sherr bad consisted p* -n* •••s'onal aree'ing. 'Snelorr Aleicnem," which usuai'y 0'e *** %  customary "Shi an i reaponaa. The eeotonaoa cn*--e". agamst himsel' and mr. M*ian m' Share** saic an -an stic • • %  row • • • • • %  • .... .... P H 7 • %  newapi pei • rmi noti • the S %  beei lsn '"• • I' • i ID Moscow hi .... %  LeningradBki : n It wi %  thi m azaa'c expui Sha m • %  vjiif Union • ed punned •hen %  • :hf JeT %  ''nr*d" ^ I vu pointed -,. %  .eprf be U .. | • •. %  ^r Hazan • • • i %  • •;d Ti aiiii • after 20 had ... •pous l ST-2 EMmot pamj '•• Leningrad ; ESy eajifterr%  aj Deorf Sea Scrolls L-cfure : i • retai %  %  SHEMTOX H0TE1.N ONFIRM BOTH S DONE RESEMMN ELECTRONIC COM P ITER? ...ii voum -t-; Wiaioiai -lotr oSni'-aior Rf>-. atior 5"i:t SHERATON HOTELS : %  %  ever pertofyoi ": • %  ,.', %  • :•>? %  -r ;thi t LVCfl METEOR t b: now i IT CZ "ran ;ill HO— a : DM ir :n ir wunaaa aric ;>-•.•-** LUUM *N COACH '.••" %  roNeeiM %  T0 ^..fcDEJ^ia. PIMM ptionr Tr*1u i-a$i; or %  -.r vc. Mail a **c. aiaitak • cai t 4. THI Kovn of COURTEOUS sviCI to : iho* Tlwatn TRAVrllNfc! Call STtAMiMIIGUS Jl SHAW _iHa*7 IWiVa 5VTtt tnt I4i h.l Isl S1. micim. F 6-260-.rw/s /s 7Wf SEASON TO GO TO Tf-E MADISON Ovprlboklnti 0-cor rt Iffinors Are. ATLANTIC CITY Phont 34A-8191 Vfccfc fockope Pioii Jncl. Meats '-$5320 a'sr PRIVATE BATH AU FREl • I na or. 1 Ryllmp C*...ir :.• BD> :.^' BVatoi ~o* lrr* % 



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1 'm '" %  M "tent I allerj, ^an is 1 n.vid| %  -it, lay. November 17. 1961 •> %  %  •UfewfgJt fleridFfor) Page lib [gudath Israel rets Weintraub jrman Weintraub has been feed to a fourth consecutive in pi %  lent cf Agudath Isfcl I!' rew Institute. Bbl officers named at a reelection were Morris Block. li.r' Cone" ( naries Lichen, Klein and Morris Samowitz. presidents; Harry Cammer. Usurer; Sam Brick, recording •tary; and Dr. Milton Sieg|d, i airman of the board. Ward of directors are Morris tolko, Hyman Cesar, Joseph L. len. Jacob Epste'n, William penbaum, Frank Fine, Morris Cdland, Jacob (iart. Adolph faberg. Max Goldberg. Michael Hberf, Nat Helper, Sam HershBtZ, Ben Jacobs. Abraham in. William Klein, Isadore ainsk;.. Max Mendelson, Samuel DM gat, Benjamin Mufson, Isare Pass, Harry Ossip, Lesley |nc Sol Reiner. Harold A. Benlt Id, Jack Roth. Joseph Sa{. San; Segerman. Wolfe Shklair. rnarc 1 Soroka. Adolph Stern. |x Weintraub, Emerich Weisz, lomori Wilde. Herman Yager Abraham Zemel. Jabaim are Moshe Sterling, rman Strauss and Philip Yasser. 4WUUU .i-i. • IMII li Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl HlJ fiffl ( CEfTEBS XI NCW KOSHfR >/ P ^yROMWELL HOTEL Ocrii'ront it 20fh Si. • WIAMI BEACH ,, -i> I,., 1 'I I %  r„. j KING ARTHURS COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI | SPRINGS VILLAS __ 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART SRUNS. Co Owner THE NEW fiteM Restaurant Fernierlv and Lounge the Preview BUSINESSMEN'S SPECIALS From 11:30-3 pm COCKTAIL HOUR Daily from 4-6 pm King Sis* Cocktails hot and (.OLD Complimentary Hors D'oeuvres • NIGHTLY FEATURE • RIBS—CHICKEN OR DUCK prepared over an Opon-Hearth Flamo STEAKS, CHOPS, SEAFOOD of Moderate Prices DANCING NIGHTLY EXCEPT TUES. No Cover—No Min. 3622 Coral Way Phone HI 3-2038 PETERSON'S STEAK PLACE 7140 $W 8th ST. CA 1-4563 HONORABLE MENSCHEN: Looks like Miami Beach's Number One songwriter. Benny Davis, has another headed for the hit parade. Connie Francis sings it under the M-G-M label. Benny's written so many hits, he's forgotten some of them. This was proved when a local bandleader played a few for Davis, and he said: "Who wrote them?" You hear so much about "hot" stocks, only to see them slide down more than they move up. that you can't understand how many so-called market experts have overlooked something right under their noses — like Wometco Enterprises, which has more than doubled since it became public issue not so long ago. Col. Mitch Wolfson's ever-expanding firm has caused much teeth gnashing among the "I-should-of" fraternity. Mortician Edward Newman wearing tho happy look of a fatherto-be for the first time. The joyous event is scheduled for April. Welcome addition to the ever-growing influx of Miami Beach residents, the Stanley Rappaport family. They'll be breaking ground'soon tor their new manse en Di Lido Island. Stan's the man high in building and development circles in the Cape May region of New Jersey. Dr. Mauri Edelman and his lovely Jo hosting a delightful dinner party at their home. Bobby Collins, long one of the busiest comics on the local hoteland-motel circuit, has become an associate of attorney Shirley Woolfe. Bobby was a lawyer before he became a comic. Hotelman Paul (Thunderbird) Pollak recently acquired a realty broker's license. And if anyone knows a land buy when he sees one. Paul's the one. He was one of the first to invest in Sunny Isles, long oefore the motels mushroomed all over the place.. Hal Taines, Lauderhill-bythe-Sea developer, may also branch out into movie production. He's one of the Footlighters' brighter lights. Dick Margolies is the firecracker who made the Beachcomber one of the booming motels in Sunny Isles sector. &f -ft &f THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: If you thought "West Side Story" was a new departure in stage musicals, wait'll you glimpse the screen version. You'll realize the ultimate potential of the movie camera and color film when combined and handled by cinematic experts. The realization of what TV has done to the big night clubs of yesterday can't be more dramatically revealed than the trend in our loi cality to more intimate, smarter clubs and restaurants. First came the Playboy. Club Gigi. more plush and continental, will soon be born at the Fontainebleau. With most of us glued to TV entertainment six nights or so a week, the big names that used to fill the niteries because they were the only places where they could be seen and enjoyed, pass before our eyes almost nightly. Now, on Saturdays or Sundays, we can't wait to put on the glad rags and head for a smart room to dine and dance, be seen and heard. It's the only night to behave human again, after being a TV "dummy" too many nights. Love the atmosphere and cuisine at the Calcutta room of the Diplomat. The spacious view of the golf course through the picture windows is most relaxing while munching choice and carefully prepared tidbits. Saturday night at the Eden Roc's Mona Lisa room belongs to the natives. Almost every seat in the room, when visited recently, was occupied by a familiar person. Spotted Phil and Judy Dash hosting a party. Diner's Club chief here. George Weinger, and his spouse Ruth, at a nearby table. Druggist Julius Kasdin and his chic Frau heading a party consisting of Mrs. Benny Davis and Rusty (Mrs. Murray) Weinger. Ben Karns. cf the Sunny Isle Fishing Pier, and his Missus busy stepping to the Latin tunes of Louis Varona's orchestra. Ray and Gladys Golden, the handbag creators, greeting friends from a table near the dance floor. One of the dust-gathering display cases on the Lincoln Mall took i on a bright new look the past week when Allied Artists Pictures en; closed an interesting exhibit of ancient arms and suits of armor loaned by Donnin's Museum to highlight colorful scenes from the upcoming j reserved-seat movie, "El Cid," starring Charlton Heston and Sophia i Loren. It opens Dec. 21 at the Roosevelt. WORLD OF THIS AND THAT: Waldman's hotel, located on the i ocean and 43rd st.. will greet its winter guests with a new face. According to Sam Waldman. executive director of the kosher hotel, over $100,000 has been spent to redecorate the exterior and interior. Special facilities for teenagers and young adults have been added. "The Country Girl," compelling and realistic drama by Clifford Octets, has been tapped by the Gallery Playhouse in the Gables as its second presentation of the 1961 62 season. Ralph Marino, one of Miami's versatile thespians, is stepping across the footlights to direct. Opening; is Nov. 22. Carillon execs are announcing plans to redecorate its supper club. even though executive director. Herb Robins, admits that "redoing an already beautiful and plush night club is gilding the lily." Engaged 1 for the operation is R. O. Bodenhorn. Sixsome at King Arthur's Court. Miami Springs Villas, included the William Holcombs. Middleton Woolens, and John Rices, of Jack son. Miss. They're top executives with Dumas Milner of the new $250 million Treasure Cay development on Great Abaco Island. Bahamas. Television personality Jayne Meadows arrives at the Deauville hotel on Friday to attend the annual conference of the National Assn. for Mental Health. Jayne. wife of entertainer Steve Allen, will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lansburgh during her visit. Latis Durgh. president of Miami Beach's Associated Hotels, Inc. (Deauville. Sans Souci. Sherry Frontenac. Versailles, Casablanca, and the Flamingo in Las Vegas), persuaded Miss Meadows and her husband to launch a nightclub act and "showcased" it at the Flamingo. DIETARY LAWS AND SABBATH STRKHY 'OBSERVED KOSHER MlALi /\oe ueiier dly. PER^ERSON dbl. occ. t# Dec 17 £ ?0 of 1OT roosts Single Occ. $9. tther rn.es available Radio in each room • F'-a $650 AND Alt TWS FREEH! Chaise Lounges and Mats • 21" TV and Self Parking adjoins hotel e Weiner Roast, Movies. Games. Entertainment nightly • New Year's Eve Banquit Party e Religious Services Daily e Full time Mashgiach on premises • Salt and Sugar Free Diets • No Extra Charge for Steaks. Chops. Roasts • Kosher Pooiside Snack Bar • Many Other Feature: • Also European Plan and Monthly Seasonal Rates. CAll ABC GEETER JE 4-2141 Central Air Cond. & Heated Ind. Cont. PRIVATE BEACH • POOL GRAND REOPENING tor the 15th CONSECUTIVE SEASON SERVING THE BEST AS ALWAYS The Royal Hungarian -vz Restaurant 731 Washington Avenue Telephone JE 8-5401 THANKSGIVING DAY, THURSDAY, NOV. 23rd, 3:30 p.m. All DRINKS AND NOSHERAI ON THE HOUSE L Kv-Opvniny Thanlinqirinq Wrri/. Thursday. 2Vot% 2.?. :t p.m. KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 Collins Ave. Phone JE 2-1671 SPECIALIZING IN JEWISH STYLE CUISINE • KREPLACH • KISHKE • MATZO BALLS • KNISHES • MEAT • FISH • STEAKS • CHOPS • CHICKEN DELICIOUS PASTRIES CAKES CHALAHS & ROLLS BAKED ON PREMISES COMPLIMENTARY BEER 1 WINE SERVED WITH DINNER ON OPENING NIGHT CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS Excellent Cuisine Superb Service /Modern Decor '1 JACK SCHWARZ Cordially Invite You to LEW AISENSTADT STRICTLY €LATT TO KOMI I It "SATMAR" MEATS ONLY THANKSGIVING $195 12 COURSES DINNERS Reserve now JE 2-4055 ffr 3 Full Meals Included. Free Tea Room Evenings. % 3 P. Person dbl. occ. per day — All Rooms, Bath & Telephone. Beautiful Garden — Music — Entertainments Hew Hotel "GEO. WASHINGTON 516 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Under Strictest Ortlipc'ix Rabbinical Supervision Permanent Mashgiach on Premises THANKSGIVING DINNER "In the Waldman Manner" Served from 4 to 9 P.M.In our Magnificent Oceanfront Dining Room V Jv L A J Dietary Laws Ilr. f J mmm -,. mm Reservations L Pr3iafnfflHom Adoi P h. PARKING .ACUITIES Jf 8-5731-JE 1-1514 N THE OCEAN AT 43rd ST. Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner Served ^/jgdiMtdat Where Elegance in Dining is A Tradition OPENING NOV. 22 Day Before Thanksgiving RESERVATIONS UNion 5-8224 1045-95th STREET Bay Harbor Island — RIVIERA %  W3 CATERERS 1 Open Hc.ise. Weddings. Bar Mitz1 vans, Receptions. Decorated Trays. | 1830 Pric H' 94894. HI 4-0600 Ph. UN 6-6226 SAND-ELL • BAR MITZVAHS • 7446 Collins Avenue "ttADr-ro-etr Ph. UN 6-5278 Strictly Kosher CATERING WEDDINGS • PARTIES Miami Beach, Fla. 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idcry, November 17, 1961 t'Jen iat fk/radiann Page 7-B t'nai B'rith Women Endorse Program If Public, Private Fallout Shelters By Special Report {•Washington, D.C.—The executive B'nai B'rith Women this week janimously endorsed a program building both public and private >llou1 shelters and following civil •fense measures officially rccomended for protection against in %  ar fallout. [Their resolution followed a talk I'.S. Radiological Health Chief ft m e s G. Tcrrill, Jr., who adlessed the 30-mcmber executive Id] ai a wind-up luncheon of its kree-day semi-annual session in |i> nation's capital. Ir. his talk, Tern 11 slated that iblic Health is equipped to sound nationwide "early warning" if |mcspheric fallout should reach tinge rous levels. Me -aid that the 343 stations now ionitoriag pollution and radiation rvc-ls in air, water and milk "are Bing expanded." He termed the Soviet nuclear tests 'an additional risk" to future generations, but deemed the "danger to human health from present nuclear fallout slight." IVwill 4igmiioncu i tic representativeof 140,000 BBW members throughout the U.S. and Canada against "drastic measures to control food supplies" since the amount of radioactive iodine in milk is not as yet dangerous. He said ii toe iodine content in milk, or food, shoui.i considerably increase, the following steps could be taken to prevent damaging effects: • Change dairy cattle from contaminated to uncontaminated areas. • Develop manufacturing processes of contaminated milk to permit storage until radioactive elements have decayed. • Increase 1hr time other foods are held before distribution. Miami Miami leach Wl 522 Korfywocct JA 3-2832 HART TRAVEL AGENCY LAST CHANCE TO CRUISE ON PRIDE OF ISRAEL S.S. JERUSALEM VWMWUVWWVV •S 54 CO I per person double occupancy lr. 3 DAYS — 2 NIGHTS I "Nassau Sea-Air Cruise 1 _. 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EARLY DINERS CHAMPAGNE HOUR 4:30 to 6:30 OPEN TILL 1 A.M. 4580 S.W. 8th STREET CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA PHONE: HI 5-2383 MRS. SOPHIl KKAN1Z Mrs. Krantz Will Be Honored Here Mrs. Sophie Krantz is being honored lor "outstanding service" during her four years as president ot Pioneer Women, Club 1. Sponsoring the testimonial is Mrs. Leah Notkin, financial secretary of the group. Affair is scheduled lor Wednesday, 6 p.m., at the Royal Hungarian restaurant, 731 Washington ave. A Pioneer Woman for many years, Mrs. Krantz is known in he Greater Miami area for her activities in behalf of the program. Guest speaker at the dinner will be Rabbi Max Shapiro. Mrs. Milton Green, president of Pioneer Women's Council, is chairman of the evening. Hersh Planning Rally Saturday Leon de Hersh, candidate for Miami City Commission, Group 4. will hold a rally at his headquarters, 2127 Coral Way, on Saturday beginning at 7 p.m., and running until midnight. Hersh, a promotional sales executive for the past 25 years, is stressing "a long-range planning program for the City of Miami, which will allow industry to take its proper place here." He is also proposing "an economical and efficiant city government lo serve the people at the least possible cost KOSHER (LIVE) TURKEYS Taste Berman's Turkeys, Capons, Yearlings, Roasters and Broilers. Shochet on prenvset daily. SEE YOUR POULTRY AllVE AND HEAITHY. PRICES ARE ALWAYS REASONABLE. Taste Our Day Old Eggi. 3ERMAN LIVE POULTRY 320 Collins Avenue JE 8-1839 Housekeeper or Retired Nurse WANTED TO CARE FOR convalescing patient in exchange for room and board in Kosher home. Reference required. FR 4-3540 Keren Ami Council Is Formed Here The moral values of "txedakab" et Baum. Terry Morganstern. Davare bing emphasized in the religious school of Beth Torah Congregation through the formation of a school Keren Ami Council under the guidance of faculty member Mrs. George Katzman. The Council is composed of representatives from each of the clasid Bergman. Roberta Shactcr, Susan Cavell. Robert Vigman, Alan Peterman, Andy Reiss. Judy Brnvver, secretary, Ellen Liebman, treasurer, Harmon Greenberg, vice president, Susan Abrams, treasurer, Jesse Reichman, Philip Brown, ses of the school, arm" is hcaderrtjy* Patricia Karp, SaTWrra Schonwetter, Ricky Hack. Marcia Becker, Lee Goldberg, Eileen Pianko. Michael •Snyder. Jane Hirschberg, Michael hie GnHen. Steven F:nbakolf. .tan-' Dronkin. and William Wilson. Linda Kaulman. of the graduating class. Members of the Council are DebWorkshops Will Be Included Workshops will be planned at a meeting for the Florida Branch, National Women's League, United Synagogue of America, on Monday at the home of Mrs. Martin Smith, of Hollywood, Fla., for the April conference to be held in Miami Beach. Mrs. Harold Rhcinhard, chair-' | man of the 1962 conference, antici-1 i pates "the largest conference to : | date." Assisting Mrs. Rhcinhard will be Mrs. William Dickson and Mrs. [ Marlin Smith Mrs. Harry Levitt %  is president of the Florida Branch. OET.tWAV i> nv Cruise HT1U" GETAWAY TOURS GC -d informotiori. Kraft* ***** "^ Fares As Low As S57* 5 Reservations Limited Call Today! Tel. JE 2-3336 ALSO REMEMBER CRUISE TOUR NO. 4! SS JERUSALEM will go to NEW YORK on DECEMBER 6th .. Visit your children and friends in New York INJOY the ffiriri of mrriv'mg. i* New York Harbor aboard an ISRAtII SHU* Call Mr. Larry Feingald ot JE 2-3336 today RESERVATIONS LIMITED. %  Sail An Israeli Ship For Official Rotes & Information Call GETAWAY TOURS 1638 Collins Ave. Miami Beach CHRISTMAS IN MEXICO! For Dade Teachers Treat yourself to on unforgettable Christmas in colorful Mexico — our all-inclusive Holiday Tour is an exceptional travel buy! Round trip on Pan Am's new jet clipper to Mexico City stay at modern Hotel Guadalupe near shops, museums, porks two meals a day, sightseeing with English-speaking guides. 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Page 12-A Jewish Flcridiari Friday. November 17 ; 1 t < v ii Bl .•:< r. ex rr n St fl. n i %  a I si ( N< F! A I d I < Ml Left to right are Samuel Reinhard, B. I. Binder, cornerstone dedication Sunday of the Louis Maurice Revitz, Harry Genet, Louis Merwitzer, and Rebecca Merwitzer Building of the new Mrs. Merwitzer, Charles Merwitzer, Charles Hebrew Academy. Charcowsky. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, at 400 at Dedication Of New Academy building committee, announced, that more than $740,000 has been raised towards the million dollar goal, and that the quota will be raised before the first of ttte new year. Greetings were extended by Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president of the Hebrew Academy Women; Mrs. Sheldon Dearr. president of t b e PTA; Lee Rosenhouse. president of (he Student Body; and Commissio-, DOT Charles "Chuck" Hall Principal address was given by Rabbi Joseph E. Hackovsky. spiritual leader of Beth Tfilah Congregation. Ceremonies were conducted by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Acting as escorts to Mr. and Mrs Merwitzer were Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Charcowsky, Leonard Rosen. Sam-1 uel Reinhard. Harry Genet and Maurice Revitz. Entertainment was provided by Cantor Abraham Seif. (ii Knesseth Israel Congregation, and Larry Blue, accordioni-t Harold Thurman extended greetfor the Greater Miami Jewish Fe oration. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest I QUM Supplier for Synago^r 11 Hebrew & Sunday Sen.,)*. Wholesale ffefaij ISKAM GlfTS AN0 MOVCLTffJ 417 Washington Ave. jf |J FUNERAL HOME <33*DAOE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH JEfferson 17677 Edward T. Newo f unerjl Directoi PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builders" SID H. FALMKF Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS To live in Hearts We Leave Behind ... It to Live Forever. y,"\zn rvoxa Scheduled Unveilings SUNDAY, NOV. 19, 1961 h-lt. Nebo Cemetery EDWARD GREENEERG, 1 p.m. Rtlhhl Al'iull : V\ .. Otldn MAX 70PP, 2 p.m. ftjlihi Irving I MORRIS FREEMAN, 2 p.m. Rabbi S hi// "May Then Souls Repose in Eternal Peace.'" PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0922 .Members, friends and parents of the Hebrew Academy came to honor Mr and Mrs. Louis Merw I ; they unveiled the cornerstone o! the Adminis ration Building of the New Hebrew Academy which will i arrj their name. Ceremonies were Sunday before some 400 persons at Pine Tr< and 24th St., new location ot the school. B. I. Binder, president, in lauding the honored guests, saiJ that their contribution ol Siuo.OOO -has h. to spur the million dollar drive for this new building" Merwitzer is over-all campaign chairman of the new school. The building is scheduled to be completed early in March, according to Richard C. Basker. builder of the school Charles Merwitzer, noted industrialist of Pittsburgh, Pa., son cf Mr. and Mrs. Merwitzer, was present at the function. Maurice Revitz, chairman of the ceremonies, requested of Cojncilmen D. Lee Powell and Melvin Richard to the members of the City Counprcciation of Academy officials to the irembere of the City Coun|Miami Hebrew Book Store! 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues. Schools & Private Use ISRAELI & DOMESTIC GIFTS cil of Miami Beach for their "cooperation through the years in pioviding the s ; te for the new Hebrew Academy." Leonard Rosen, chairman ol thi WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS LISTEN TO BETH ISRAELS STIMULATING ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION "A T0RAH OF TRUTH" Every Sunday at 9:10 P.M. WKAT 1360 on Your Dial GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM 'THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 THURMOND MONUMENT CO. 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November 17, 1961 Jewisli ncridiam Page 3-B Mrs. Comay Here For Univ. Talk \ Mrs. Marge Blistein represents "A Nite in Tel Aviv" to be held in the social hall of Temple Menoiah on Saturday at i 9 p.m. iorman Criticizes Cuban Handling Mrs. Michael (Joan) Comay, wife of Ambassador Michael Comay, Israel's permanent representative to the United Nations, ari rived here Wednesday for a Thursday afternoon tea at the home of Mrs. Lee Ratner, 5930 N. Bay rd. She was scheduled to speak on "Hebrew University: Its Role in Israel, the Middle East and the : Newly Emerging Nations ol Asia j and Africa." One of Israel's outstanding writers and speakers. Mrs. Comay was greeted at the Miami International Beth Am Ladies SlateSeries Temple Beth Am Sisterhood adult education committee is sponsoring ,i series of four book reviews to be given during the year. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, spiritual leader of the Temple, will act as reviewer. Mrs. Norman C.reen. chairman, has announced the following schedule: NOV. 27. "Las! of the JuSI*!BUT£D BY LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES 1050 E. 17th Street Hialeah, Florida Mrs. Joseph Si'bersteln. Becon St., Brookline, Mass., won $25.00 tor her tasty Kasha Potato Ku w el. KACHA-POTATO KUGEL Kasha-Meat Filling 7 cups of any ccced pound meat or fcvl. 1 cup caoked ,Vo;tf s Ku>.na. 2 onions, chopped and sauteed in oil. Mix. Potato Botter ( irH to'J*ot V. Ii jooon sugar 1 luge onion V> cup i ut .3 t|t Vi ttpoon baking I Ubicwont pr*0fr thiUen fit salt, nt-i cr Peel and grat potatoes and onion. Add lifted dry ingredient'.. Add beaten eggs and fa!. Mi thoroughly. Pour hall ol this batter in 10' 10" freaiad pan. Spread with Kasha-Meat Filling. Then top with rest of batter. Sprinkle 1 tablefpoon fat over top. Bake In 350" oyen 1 hr. til cusp and dark. Kasha N Giavy ha'.lia Suup (Flioio courtasy of fsntl c/'/ce of Information, /V. Y.) EVERY SIP OF YUBAN IS A SIMCHA IN ITSELF BECAUSE IT IS THE WORLD'S RICHEST COFFEE This is indeed the world's richest tasting coffee because Yuban adds to it* blend, aged coffee beans...aged like the best flavored wine and cheese. Deep, dark delicious Yuban. ..every cup, every sip a joy in itself I YU B A N-The Simcha Coffee KOSHER-PARVE The Premium Coffee of General Foods



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%  riday. November 17, 1961 +Jewisti fkyridHknn Page 11-A Kennedy Accepts Torah Presentation pome 400 Food Fair employees reported to the Miami office the supermarket chain at 7000 NW 32nd ave., for Blood ink Day in behalf of Mt. Sinai Hospital recently. Colinators for this community-hospital cooperative effort were pr. Mark Cirlin, Blood Bank director of the hospital; Paul lagling. co-chairman; and Frank Catterson, chairman of food Fair's Blood Bank. Mcry Jo Fry, medical technician, tter.ds a donor. inai Blood Bank Donations in Rise kroup donations are increasing, Days recently in Miami and Ft. i increasingly needed to meet demands from patients both inLauderdale. and outside the hospital, rets Dr. Mark Cirlin, head of the Sinai Hospital Blood Bank prole Blood Bank, which Dr. Cirlin [directed since 1949, has been |ily expanding its activities r.ore Dade county clubs, busi. id industry groups taking a regular basis. "Donor !>.i\-' are scheduled in 6 next weeklocally at IlihiSCUS odge, Temple Ner Tamid. Miami each, and a! Temple Israel. Ten* 6 Zion,. Temple Beth Am. Beth avid's If en'Club, and the Coral ay Jewish (.'enter. Miami. 'ome 500 c\iplo\ccs of I-' I Fair >re repo'tt-d during its Donor ;roel Considers aunchlng Rocket Continued from Page 1-A :ision miy bt considered now / the Uriel Cabinet. Fhe Atial report from Cairo lowed ne.\.that Prof. Eugen uger had resigned as director Httgart Jet Propulsion Kerch Uslilute because West <;,r ] officials had objected to his He United Arab Republic an awisor on rocket projects. had been reported that Egyptian ehtisti; with the help of Prof. eager ;, his assistants, had /eloped i : i ket similar to the V-2 huh Hitler used to '. boAh" London near the end World V, i. i. Ltndon Times report said I EgyMiau officials refused to lose an details of the kind of Cket Whli I'. is lie,-II tested or e circum s of its manulac %  report said the officials 10 deeMned comment on I'rof. enger'tXreported suspension and signatMHi A report last week id that' ti % %  n, ,\ model V 1! re •rtedly T^uilt by Egypt has a •nge of 2.H) miles and Is able reach alieo-i an\ point in Israel WASHINGTON—(JTA)— President Kennedy Monday was presented ; with a Torah by a delegation of ; 250 Reform Jewish leaders representing the convention of the Union i of American Hebrew Congregations, now taking place' here:'The | Torah originally belonged to the (late Rabbi Isaac M. Wise, founder [of Reform Judaism in the United [States, and was entrusted to the Reform temple in Cincinnati bearing his name. The presentation ceremony took place at the Rose Garden of the White House. It was arranged by Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg, who was elected to the UAHC beard of trustees. The presentation was made by Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath. UAHC president. President Kennedy, in accepting the Torah, said that the i ceremony "symbolizes the happy relations which exist between our religious groups, and must continue to exist in this country if we are worthy of our heritage." In making the presentation. Rabbi Eisendrath declared.: "This parchment contains not only sacred words but words for which men had sacrificed their lives. This nation was established on these words and the immutable universal truths which they express. These truths remain our most potent weapon in today's ,jreat struggle between those who have staked their lives and their future on the value of the human spirit breathing free in a universe guided by divine laws and those who seek to bring the creative human personality under the awesome weight of a juggernaut tyranny. You, Mr. President, are the inspired "and" inspiring leader of those committed to the moral mandate set forth in the words of this sacred parchment." President Kennedy, in replying. declared: "The significance of this ceremony is not merely a gift of an ancient document but that in a very real sense the great Issue [ today is. as Rabbi Eisendrath stated, the supremacy of the moral law which is initiated, originated and developed in the Bible and which has special application here todav. "I have never fell that we should attempt to use the great impulse towards God and towards religion. : which all people feel, as an element in a cold war struggle. Rather, it is not an arm. it is the essence of leadership — not the organization of economy so much but as the supremacy of moral law and therefore the right of the inj dividual, his rights to be protected I by the State and not be at the I mercy of the State. "In the inaugural address which the rabbi mentioned. I said that the basic issue was that the rights | the citizen enjoyed did not come from the State, but rather came I from the Hand of God. And it is written here. And it is written in the Old and in the New Testament. i "So I am grateful to you. and f wani you to know that, in com | ing here today, I think it symbolizes' the happy relations which exist between our religious groups and must continue to exist in this country if w e arc to be worthy of lour heritage. So. Rabbi. I am grateful to you. There is no gift | which could please me more, and j I am delighted to welcome you to [ your house Israel Consul To Speck Here Zcev Z. Dover. Israel Consul for | the Southeastern United states, | will discuss t h e personality and ; writings of David Ben-Gurion. at an i open meeting co-sponsored by the ; Bureau of Jewish Education and the Miami Beach Recreation Department. Al Sherman w ill introduce Dover. [ Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau, will speak j briefly on the objectives of J'ew! ish Book Month. Dover has served as first secretary and consul of the Israel Embassy in Australia, and as charge d'affaires of the Embassy. His last assignment was in the African division of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. Schwartzman will speak on "Jewish Book Month." being celebrated throughout the country from Nov. 3 to Dec. 3. Tamid Classes n of the Adult Educaof Temple Ner Tamid Beginners' Hebrew," 8 feyer Samberg, instruc%  .National Hebrew." 8 > 9 p.m., Aaron Center, instructor; .nd ble and Religious Cus•ms," 9 to lo p in conducted by Ijene Labovitz. Classes %  ednesday. • ; Co. The Journalist Wlio Always Fought For Freedom Isodor Bush began his adult life lighting for freedom in Austria-Hungary. And though he emigrated to America, he never ceased lighting for human freedom. Arriving in New York in 1849, Bush began publishing Israel's Herald, the first Jewish weekly in America. Later, Bush joined relative's in Missouri and became prominent in the affairs of the growing city of St. Louis. He became a member of the City Council and the Board of Education. Missouri had been a slave state since the famous Missouri Compromise of 1820. With the outbreak of the Civil War, the sjave owners of Missouri .attempted to take the state into, the Confederacy. A convention was called and the loyal elements formed a Union Party to preserve the state for the Federal Government. Isodor Bush was one of the candidates on the slate elected at this convention. >When President Lincoln delivered his Emancipation Proclamation, Bush fought for Hit; immediate emancipation of the slaves in Missouri, saying in one speech. "Slavery has arrayed brother against brother, son against father. It has destroyed God's noblest work—a free people." It is significant in measuring the character of Isodor Hush that after the Civil War was over, when extreme radicals were In control of the state, he continued to fight for human freedom as he saw it. As a member of the constitutional convention, this man, who had fought so hard for the freedom of the slaves, refused to sign a constitution for the state which would have restricted the citizenship rights of Southern sympathizers and former Confederate soldiers. %  *• It was an unpopular, dangerous stand to take, but Isodor Bush remained staunch in his principle. In the end his faith in American freedom was vindicated and all citizens, North and South, were united in full citizenship under one flag. First with the Finest Cigarettes through Lorillard research J g£^sr



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hidcry. November 17, 1961 vJewisti fh>rSdfian Page 9-A Srxsakers at the 46th general assembly of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations this week in Washington, D.C., are upper row (left to riaht) Arthur J. Goldberg, U.S. Secretary oi Labor; Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath, president o=t UAHC; Judqe Eroil N. Barr, chairman of the UAHC board of trustees Bottom row are (left to right) Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of Hebrew Union College; Victor Reuther, assistant to the president. United Automobile Workers; and Mrs. Daisy Monsky, president of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. Reform Conference Offers Eist Of Prominent Jews as Speakers By Special Report delegates. Major adc=*mses have also been heard from. U.S. SecreWASHIXGTON—One of the larg, arv of Labor Arthur Goldberg, a cst Jewish gatherings in this hemimom ber of Temple Sirraai, Washingsphere is taking place in the nation's capital this week as delegates from the United States, Canada. Panama and West Indies are gathered there for the 46th general assembly of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations at the Sheraton-Park hotel. A record attendance of over 3.000 Jay leaders, rabbis and official visitors was expected for the convention Nov. 11 to 16. according to UAHC board chairman, Judge Emil N. Baar, of New York City. The Union of American Hebrew [Congregations represents 630 ReIform temples with membership ot j 1,000,000. This year's convention theme is ''Judaism and Democracy." Gen.al assembly program chairman, )avid Levitt, of Great Neck. L. I., bscrved that the 17 nd evening programs are probing tie application of Judaism to the ton. DC; Victor G. Reuther. administrative assistant to the president. United Automobile Workers Union: James M, Lamndis, special assistant to the Pres-ident of the ( JWY Protests Munich Arrest Of Ex-Soldier By Special Report NEW YORK — The Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. this week expressed shock and indignation over reports that an Americanborn Yugoslav has been arrested in Munich for killing two German soldiers in the war-time resistance. Lazo Vracaric was arrested in his hotel room last Thursday by Munich police. As a Tito partisan during World War II. he had shot the Germans in an ambush near the Wehrmacht barracks in Zagreb in 1941. JWV National Commander Theodore Brooks, of New York, characterized the episode as "an act of stupidity and carelessness" by West German State authorities that is certain to have worldwide implications. "While we are prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice in fighting for German freedom, we cannot forget the base brutalities of German Gestapo nor the murder of countless millions by Nazi butchers. The democratic government of West Germany has an obligation to make crystal clear its repugnance of a past best forgotten. Arrests of World War II resistance fighters for trying to rid their country of this barbaric force 20 years later is certainly not designed to rally German ex-enemies to her side in this hour of crisis." The JWV commander said "The West German authorities and the Estate which arrested Vracaric publicly apologize to him SECURITY FREE WITH EACH SAVINGS ACCOUNT Security. It's what everyone strives for. One way of achieving it is by opening a savings account. At WASHINGTON FEDERAL, accounts are insured by an agency of the United States government up to $10,000.That's security.Your savings earning dividends every day of the year —and federally insured as well. The kind of security that promotes relaxed days, restful nights. And along with security, WASHINGTON FEDERAL offers the friendly service most folks like. Drop into any of our convenient offices to open your account. If you prefer, save by mail.. A minimum of red tape-a maximum of service. You see, people are our most important asset. WASHINGTON • • United Slates; Dr, Ell New York Universit Virgil E. Lowder. of t Churches. Washinglo lei Alpenlels, y; the Rev. he Council of n, DC; Dr. and to the world for this ridiculous Gestapo-type act." FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI IEACH 1701 Meridian Aveiue,. 1.M4 Washington Avenue 11J3 Normandy Onvt All Oflices : JEllerson 8 8452 JACK D. CORDON A.i.4f ARTHUR H COURSMON .1 ih. !...< \iordecai W. Johnson, president emeritus of Howard University, Washington, DC; Morris B. Abram. formerly general council. United Slates Peaces Corps; and Joseph Rauh, Jr.. o f Washington. D.C. Volunteer Awards To be Given Volunteer of Valor Award, one of Ihe highest honors ffered by Cedworkshops ars of Lebanon Hospaital to persons serving the new ranedical institution, will be given to three physiograms of congregations, family [e, the morality of peaceful coistence among nations, the conict of government, the revolution industrial relations, and interligious cooperation. he National Federation-of TernSisterhoods is holding a simuljieous gathering with the meetjg of their 23rd biennial assembly the Shoreham hotel. Their main lies are concentrating on "New cts and Themes for Sisterhoods." %  uiing the week, the National n. of Temple Administrators is io holding its 10th biennial con AFTER THE cians at a tribute br-r4W IK tfct WltW tnm Cankaa. SMrM' V.O. CtnUit* Wtwky • Mmd .f MUCU4 waitam. ni inn M. *•(. I.4ria Oiilillan < MBBMjf, N. Y.. Oly. LHH ,14



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*£ m J A . whisking on and off red, blond and black pi ,.r-dos in the "bubble." "artichoke." "giche," and "wing" Enjoying the divertissement. Mrs. Abe (Beryl) Schonfeld. president, very attractive in an Oxford grey wool sheath and matching coat piped in white Vice president of membership, Mrs. Robert (Carolyn) Grossman, in a full-skirted, geranium red print with latticed illusion and silk for a bodice And guest of honor. Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, president of the Women's Auxiliary of the Damon Runyon Cancer Fund, chic in a simple black, and lush sable throw Leaving this week for Washington, D.C., where she will attend the three-day annual meeting of the National Conference of Christians and Jews She was just appointed to head the National Honcr Corps of the group and will preside at the first meeting luncheon on Nov. 20. HC -* Don't know what they're using for bait, but some enterprising business concerns have recently lured three of the most decorative women in our community from a so-called life of leisure .into the exciting but demanding world of commerce Perk, dark-haired Phyllis Hecht gave up the presidency of North Shore B'nai B'rith to he "personal representative of E. Allen Becker, photographer Perhaps the secret there is that thev both claim Baltimore as hometown New career for Mitzi Weiss — manager of the bustling beauty salon known as Hilda's Ace Chic and blond, anv hair style she affects, will immediately be the coiffure most demanded by the clientele there One of the advantages she enjoys is chatting with her many friends who have their hair "done" at Hilda's Although she has always been interested in fine arts, and is herself an outstanding ceramicist, Dorothy (Mrs. Fred) Blau's talents have therefore been for the enjoyment of her friends and family Now associated with Shirley Huber's Deauvilie Callers, she is finding her new surroundings ard duties pleasurable and stimulating ... It may be that she's thinking of the day when the works of art displa\ed will be those of her own son .'. Jim, 17, now studying in Minnesota, has already won many awards for his sculpture and painting, among them a Genie given bv the Exchange Club when he was a student at Miami Beach High Lizabeth Levkoff. 12. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Levkoff, of Pine Tree dr.. is forging ahead in a comparatively new art form — photography Her "Rainy Day" won the November second prize in the American Girl Magazine phot i competition ard I ipears in th:s month's issue Subject was her 8-year-old er, Mary. • •• Weekly meetings taking place at the home of Mrs. Myron Sponder concerned with the many details attendant on a successful presentation of "Congregation Capers" at Temple Adath Yeshurun on Dec. 9 Over innumerable cups of coffee. Elaine and her committee are creating pesters and decorations for the 350 spectutors expected at their Cabaret Nite Their 31st winter vacation in Miami Beach for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenthal, who will be at the Eden Roc, coincides with the completion of Riverside Memorial Chapel's newest building at Alton rd. and 19th st. Rosenthal founded the organization, now a national chain, in 1898 Noticeable lifting of spirits in the ranks of the Miami Beach chapter of • Brandeis University National Women's Committee, since the word is out that Mrs. Solomon (Edith) Margolis, their president, is home from a sojourn in the hospital, and will soon be able to see her many friends. Miami, Florida, Friday, November 17, 1961 Section B Receiving a bronze plaque for ORT's "Mellah president ol Southeastern Florida region. SecMother" award lor 1961 is Mrs. Samuel T. ond row are Mrs. Irving Tillis, region vice Sapiro. Pictured (left to right) are Mrs. Barpresident, and Mrs. Willard Woliigemuth. nett Moskin, president of Coral Gables chapguardianship chairman. ter; Mrs. Sapiro; and Mrs. Joseph Wilkes, Mrs. Sapiro Wins 'Mellah Mother* Award of Year Ml %  Samuel T. Sapiro became CRT's "Mellah Mother of 1961" Saturday evening at the Everlea h o t e 1 at a Southeast, i Florida region of Women's American ORT Ball, where more than witnessed the presentation. Mrs. Sapiro was awarded a bronze plaque "in recognition >r her contributions toward bringing children out of the economic ghettos (Mellahs) of Casablanca. Tangiers and Morocco" to take part in the ORT rehabilitation and vocational training program. A mother of three sons and grandmother of seven, she is a member of the Coral Gables chap ter of Women's American ORT As chairman of the Women's Division of the development fund of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, Mrs. Sapiro was recently cited for her outstanding work there. In 1960, she was named "Woman of the Year" in the Bonds of Israel drive. Mrs. Omar Bradly. w',ie of the famous four-star general, decorated Mrs. Sapiro with the same rank, a "four-star generalship" for her 'untiring efforts in the sale of U.S. War Bonds" during World War U. Mr. Sapiro is president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Business is humming at the brand new Lobby Shop of the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, which began operating this week in advance of the official hospital opening. Shown are Mrs. Benjamin Oren (left) handing a beautifully gift-wrapped purchase to Mrs. Louis Sacks (right) as Lobby Shop co-chairman, Mrs. Frank Cole (center), looks on. In the rear, Mrs. Ben Novack puts final touches to a stationery display. Proceeds horn all sales will go toward purchasing drapes and other interior items for Cedars Hospital. Cedars Gift Shop Now Open An international treasure chest of arts and crafts from all four corners of the globe can be seen in the new Lobby Shop, now open in the main lobby of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. "We've tried to give the shop a distinctive international flavor." said Mrs Morris Blau. chairman. Mrs. Frank Cole, co-chairman. can be found behind the counter iverj lay from 9:30 a.m. to 8:30 I i "Theme of ourshop opening is the United Nations, and we've made an effort to place on sale gifts from representative countries of Europe and Asia particularly known for their art products and gift wares," said Mrs. Blau. Plans are to develop a theme for Gershwin Auxiliary Meeting Ladies' Auxiliary of George Gershwin Lodge, Knights of Pythias, met Monday evening at the Shelbome hotel. each holiday or national observance and redecorate the shop periodically to fit in with the thought of the celebration. "All profits from Lobby Shop sales are to be turned back to the hospital," Mrs. Blau explained. There is a careful buying policy, rned by group decision and advice from local businessmen who serve as hospital trustees. Mrs. Dorothy Aronovitz is treasurer. Mrs Sam Luby, sr., is a-ant treasurer, and Mrs. Robert Werner is in charge of volunteers. One of the most imaginative and creative assignments has been accepted by Mrs. Ben Novack. chairman of the interior decorating and display committee. She must come up with an original decorative scheme to symbolize each holiday or national observance. "Colors are significant," she says. Even the gift-wrap paper, free with each purchase, was carefully selected "to give that cheerful feeling." Kirshbaums Host Party for Aged Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, Donsoring a party for residents of the Home at Dou^laGardens, KE 52nd -t., on Sunday. 2 p.m. Hosts for the dav will be Mr. and Mrs Abe Kirshbaum. of the Ihorne hotel, in celebration of their 53rd wedding anniversary. Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program coordinator, has arranged to have the Temple Emanu-El Players present a Yiddish musical review, written and directed by Trixie Levin, and accompanied by Millie Draizin. Mrs. Larry Silverman. president, will greet guests. All residents who have birthdays during the month of November will be presented with gifts.



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Joy. November 17. 1961 fJenisti ftcrkiiaijn Page 9-B Leadership conference pledging support of the Jewish Naioncl Fund banquet here Dec. 10 includes (left to right) Leon Ell, Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, Mrs. Alfred Stone, Miss Lillian loodman, and Louis Rudnick. Not shown are Judqe Milton Friedman, Mrs. Milton Green, and Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. Workmen's Circle Plans Activities [Miami Beach Branch of the Workmen s Circle will hold a card party aturday evening at 25 Washington j v>The branch is also planning member-only Thanksgiving diner Thursday. Nov. 23. The I. L. Peretz School and Fararid in Miami have joined to honj Louis Levine on the occasion of! is 70th • birthday. The function jrii! be held at the Workmen's Cir-; f e Center. 154 5 SW 3rd St., in the 'hanksgiving Fete kt Tifereth Israel Tifereth Israel Congregation will ild a Thanksgiving dinner on uirsday, Nov. 23. in the Social Jail. Caterer will be Julius Kui'lik, kho is preparing an eight-course lea] to be served at 5 p.m. Host and .lostess are Isidore Schlissel. president of Ihe congregation and Mrs. Al First, president ttf the Sisterhood. Rabbi Nathan Switman will officiate. N Study Group leets Tuesday United Natu icet Tuesday. ton Federal [A-sn.. 1244 W;. "How the C [Affects the In Justice" will I I group • [l < iire'i is Ih ational Ch Rl'NICEF). In charge of : / ...i fc Weij I < H ns Study Group vull 8 p.m.. at WashingSavings and Loan shington ave. nuieley Amendment ternationa] Court of e Ihe subject of the liscussion. Also to %  United Nations lnId Emergency Fund information is .Mrs. 6020 Indian Creek near future. B. Swire is in charge of reservations. Branch 1050 of Miami will mark Jewish Book Month with an address by Rabbi Samuel April, of Coral Way Jewish Center, in a rej view of the bestseller, "Mila 18," by Leon Uris. The review will be at a regular | meeting Tuesday, 9 p.m., at the! Workmen's Circle Center, 1545 SW 3rd st. These functions arc part of the : new season's progra m here launched by the five branches of j Workmen's Circle in Greater Mi-' ami. The program was opened recently wish a "Polynesian Nite" sponsore.1 by Branch 1050. And. on Nov. 4. Louis Schwartzman, executive director ot the Bureau of Jewish Education, was heard in a lecture at the I. L. Peretz School. Alsa planned are these functions: Workmen's Circle North Dade Branch 1064 will hear Capt. Leo Gardner, regional manager of El Al Israel Airlines here, at a meeting at Temple B'nai Sholem, 16800 NW 22nd ave. Date is Tuesday at .i p.m. Capt Gardner will discuss Israel as Your Summer Home." The I. L. Peretz school board and PTA are holding their annual Chanuka program on Dec. 3 at 1545 SW 3rd st., Miami. Zionist Groups Pledge Support Of JNF Banquet Presidents of many Zionist-affiliated bodies composing the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami this week met with Leon J. Ell. president of the JNF Council, to pledge their whole-hearted support of the forthcoming Jewish National Fund 15th •Jubilee Banquet" on Dee. 10 at the Fontaineblcau hotel. Present at the conference gathered to formulate plans lor the promotion of the banquet, which will celebrate the 15th birthday of the local JNF Council, were Ell; Miss Lillian Goodman, president of the Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah; Louis Rudnick. president of the Zionist Presidents Council of Greater Miami and Broward county; Mrs. Alfred Stone, president of the Mizarchi Women's Council of Greater Miami; and Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, president of the Miami chapter of liadassah. Judge Milton Friedman, president of the Southeastern District of B'nai B'rith, Mrs. Milton Green, president of the Pioneer Women's Council of Greater Miami, and Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, president of the Labor Zionist Assembly, were unable to attend, but also pledged the support of their respective organizations. Leon J. Ell (center), president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, congratulates Julius Rosenstein (right), veteran Zionist, and Ezra Finegold, president of the Brandeis Zionist District of Miami Beach, for their efforts in behalf of the JNF 15th "Jubilee Banquet" slated Dec. 10 at the Fontainebleau hotel. Brothers Will Be Reunited The Oneg Shabbat Friday evening at Tifereth Israel Congregation j | will be given by Rubin Levin to celebrate finding his brother, Ger] shon, after 55 years of constant inj quiries which brought no results. Several months ago, Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman entered the seemingly hopeless search, and after an j exchange of letters with Chief Rab-' bi Louis I. Rabinowitz, of South Africa, the improbable happened, and Gershon was found. A letter in Yiddish from him : ; has been received, detailing recol! lected childhood experiences and i stories of family survivors. Arrangements are now being \ made for the reunion of these long| separated brothers. : BIRTHOAZE : Alan Morton, born Nov. 1, joins two and one-half-year-old sister Joan Barbara in the home of the Dr. Nathan Glovers. Mother is the former Lotte Landau, concertpianist. Here to celebrate his grandson's arrival was Dr. Ezekiel Landau, of Congregation Beth Israel in New York, and United Hias Service, and the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Israel Glover, of Miami Beach. Norman and Sally Glover, wellknown Miami Beach educators, were god parents to their new nephew, and Cantor William Lipi son officiated. HANSEL & GRETEL (by Humpctdink} presented by Dade Youth & Adult Opera Project with Imported and local Cast SUNDAY AFTERNOON DEC. 3, 1961 -3:00 P.M. DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM also "LA TRAVIATA" (by Verdi) SUNDAY AFTERNOON MAY 6, 1962-3.00 P.M. 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Friday. November 17, 1961 Jenisl> fkwMian Page 5-A US Groups Protest Soviet Arrests Continued from Page 1-A fined as a treasonable act." "The ironic fact is," continued Mr. Kat7, "that the Soviets used Leningrad, as a showplace of religlOUS freedom of Jews. Inn Tourist guides included it in their points of interest to foreign visitors." The sentences meted* BWl to the Russian Jews were protested Monday in a statement issued by the Jewish Labor Committee, representing 500,000 Jewish workers organized in trade unions affiliated with the AFL-CIO. The JLC expressed its "bitterness" and protested "vigorously against the trial, and sentencing of Gedalia Pechersky and others." They were sentenced, said the statement, "* or no other crime, puniihed severely, because they are Jews." A.'olph Held, national chairman of the Jewish Labor Committee, sent a telegram to Adlai E. Stevenson, chairman of the United States delegation to the United Nations, urging "the need for UN intervention into the whole range of the discriminatory policies against Jews within the Soviet Union." In his telegram, Mr. Held stated: "T h e confirmed arrest, secret trial and conviction of three Jewish religious leaders, and the additional arrests known in similar cases, warrant a UN human rights investigation. Policies of suppression, recrimination and discrimination in manv facets of Soviet life still plague the Soviet Jews. Only the UN spotlight at this moment can save those already imprisoned and those slated for a similar fate on trumped-up specious and false charges." On bcnalt of the American Jewish Congress. Rabbi Joachim Prinz. president of the Congress, issued a statement declaring the latest arrests and imprisonment wore "fresh evidence of the continued trasic plight" of the Jews in the WSSR. "The experienced people at First Federal showed me how to save on my mortgage. There's a good chance that a neighbor of yours has a home loan with America's Oldest Federal. He'll tell you that if you are being charged more than 6%-interest on your present home mortgage, it may pay you to talk to the people at FIRST FEDERAL. They can show you the moneysaving advantages of FIRST FEDERAL'S lower costs. Interest rates, for example, begin at 51*%. Visit the Loan Department in any one of FIRST FEDERAL'S five offices and talk over your needs. • You will see how a little difference in your mortgage terms can make a big difference in money to you. Enough money,actually, to start a savings account earning liberal dividends! Where People Come First First Federal Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI W. H. Walker, Chairman America's Oldest Federal...Largest in the South DOWNTOWN—Main Office 100 N.E. lit Avenue CORAL WAY 2750 S. W. 22nd Street LITTLE RIVER 6380 N.E. 2nd Avenue NORTH MIAMI KENDALL 900 N.E. 125th Street 8727 South Dixie Highway



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"dewisli Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 34 — Number 46 Miami, Florida, Friday, November 17, 1961 Two Sections — Price 20* Israel Denies Soviet Charges Against Jews Allegations are Baseless, Leading Diplomats Declare; Sharett's Son Pinpoints three Jews arrested in Leningrad. His only "conversation" Continued on Page 6 A JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Reports in the Soviet press that the three leaders of the Jewish religious community in Leningrad were arrested aid sentenced because they transmitted "espionage material" to Israeli Embassy officers during religious services were officially termed here Monday as being "completely without foundation." (The Soviet authorities also arrested three Jewish religious leaders in Moscow.) The Israeli diplomats named in the Soviet newspaper Leningradskaya Pravda, organ of the Communist Party ir Leningrad, are Yaacov Sharett, son of former Israeli Prime Minister, and Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett and Eiiahu Hazan, formerly a member of Israel's Embassy staff at Moscow. The latter was arrested by Soviet authorities at Odessa in 1957, and expelled from the Soviet Union. Mr. Sharett was arrested at Riga last summer and also ordered to leave the USSR. US Groups Protest; Labor Leader Calls Arrests Anti-Semitic IAM1 K4TZ ."incomrei*Sfb/e' Sharett said here Monday that, during his tenure in Moscow, he had met hundreds of Jews at the Moscow synagogue, but he does not recall the names of the Nazi Uniforms Discovered In Wreck of Private Plane LOS ANGELES — (JTA) —The, with the "Minute Men," a selfFederal Bureau of Investigation styled guerilla warfare organizaand California authorities were re-|tion emerging in various parts of ported this week to be investigating the United States, the Nazi equipment worn by two The pUot Qf ^ pnvate plam I Ned Oiebrick, 24, a Navy veteran. wore a gun holster containing NEW YORK — (JTA) — Major American Jewish organizations, including secular and religious groups, labor, fraternal and civic, voiced "apprehension" and "chagrin" last weekend over the arrest and imprisonment of Russian Jews in Leningrad and Moscow on what were seen as "patently trumpedup" charges of "espionage." Label A. Katz, national president of B'nai B'rith, called the conviction of Gedalia R. Pechersky. a leader among Leningrad Jews, "inRed Officials Close Yeshiva NEW YORK—(JTA)—The Soviet Government has ordered the disbanding of the Vaad Yeshiva. a governing council of the only Jewrom^hwTlbte/'"^"." 'MMntf W> seminary in the Soviet Union, 1 it was disclosed here this week by Label Katz, president of the B'nai B'rith, at the organization's 118th annual meeting here. The seminary, which is affiliated with the Moscow synagogue, trains has been sentenced to 12 years' imprisonment. Mr. Pechersky, according to Mr. Katz. was known to and revered by religious Jews in the Soviet Union because of h i s piety and men killed in a mountain plane I B^MSS^OT; N V;;~vererin''i strong faith and courage." The 60-, rabbis and religious functionaries. crash. Their objective was to de-.^' eb ^^ Katz. who headed a B na. fe e i f the vlcUms weVe T Mfto JE *ffJ2H5£*?*£ "A B'rith president "met with B'rhh group that v.fed the Soviet shak, 23. was"wearing a Nazi uni'foreign visitors openly and hid UntotttalAJU*["^ %  g^ form of the type used by Georg, no hesitancy about discussing the ^ ^^^ ^dSS Leningrad Jewish Israel May Launch New Rocket As Answer to Egypt's V-2' TEL AVIV—(JTA)—A report that Egypt has successfully tested an I Egyptian-made rocket may lead the Israel Government to proceed with the firing of its second sounding rocket, it was reported here this week. Israeli sources, however, indicated skepticism about the report which appeared in the Times of London. ; Rockwell's "American Nazi Paraffairs of t h e ty." Officials reported that another commun j t y. This can hardly be deNazi uniform, swastika armbands, and a swastika flag was found in Continued on Page 5-A the wreckage. The skepticism was based on the belief that if the report had been j true, Presiden' Nasser, whose prestige in the Arab world has suffered greati) in recent months. v> :l t n e Rt j ^^ e JJJJ £ any issue not Under the title "Current Comment — The Jewish Problem," the Rev. Thomas wrote in the church organ: "The Jew does not want to recognize that ho subscribes to a racial association which must, by its nature, except in the State of Israel, conflict Rev. George Luxton, Anglican; Bishop of the Diocese and editor-; RFP. DANJi FASCE11 ,.. banquet highlight Miami chapter of the American Jewish Committee at the Diplomat 1 hotel Saturday night. The dinner will mark the midway point of the ninth annual meet\ in-chief of the Huron Church News, ing of the local AJC chapter, which has scheduled a weekend of activity in an effort to meet the challenging question of "Which Road for American Jews?" Beginning with a Saturday morning conference of representatives from Southeastern U.S. communities, the program will involve AJC as individuals and families. Saturday afternoon, a panel of local Jewish leaders will discuss the problem of "Assimilation, Integration or Insulation," at the same time that teen-agers are engaged in examContinued on Page 8-A acceptable to his cultural and Continued on Page 7-A NEW YORK CITY PETITION RULING REFUSED High Court Backs Rockwell's Rights Washington — (JTA) —The UniParks Commissioner Ncwbold MorSemitism, the permit was refused ted States Supreme Court Monday ris, who had appealed from a rutby Commissioner Morris and Mayor :n effect upheld the Constitutional .ing by the New York State Court: Robert F. Wagner. right of George Lincoln Rockwell, of Appeals. .. .. ,, M. .h. Mri. Na* Party. Rock „. e „ had or gi „ a||y a5ked ,„"„ JE** "ZSfiSS for the permit for a rally sched-j mg "the right of free expression is uled for July 4, 1960. 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ly, November 17, 1961 • Jen1st flcridiairi Page 13-A FROM THE TALMUD Jjcrship: Bcrakot, 63. the place where there is a let do not *ec\ to become u jtr. In the place uhere there is % %  strtve to brcome a leader • • •t. 109. |Bc/<''e I was elected to head th? urt. I would have thrown to the (n jnvpnr who would have $Uf it id to me to brcome a candi it A'rer m\ election. / would r, %  .' boiling uater m anyone ivhi |b!! • • ''i rt thai 1 resign. raki i 17. 1 gl iti ratioi let. i • '.. • • • [ -~a. %  II [< %  %  i %  1 %  • : %  -. • %  • %  '. i I u %  %  i : %  T : T ST rx ,isiri exnax xm .-max TT biisntofrn -jx ,na *?xnn Dp^Ki^wia-rrmop T'T TI "*: TT: I T fc^an ,(i94s) n-iwi njtfa Ihag nx aroti -inx 1 ? rutf V "TV %  : T T .-D'-prrn ninnprtyfQ (i 949) tr^n njtfa rrntoxy nx ^Hnftr n^yaa Tina 1 ? nru nrnpn iraa GveViv mas rni rKsina) 1RAN SIATI0N ~ Benjamin Zeev Herxl Afterwards, he was sent to Devils Bland. "Death to the traitor DreyI" "All the Jews are traitors!" eath to the Jews!" the French I ried. Herzl was shocked. "As long j we remain in exile," thought j jterzl, "the peoples will hate us.! 'e must return to Eretz Israel; for' nly there can we live a life of reedom and tranquility." Then Herzl wrote his book, "The Jewish State," which made a tretiendous impression in all counties. .He said:. "If you will it, it ViU be no legend." Herzl died, but his great dream ^as fulfilled, and the State of Islael arose in 1948, fifty years %  fter he had written his book, [The Jewish State." In 1949, the Israel Government Esaus of Today Not Evil; He Had Many Fine Virtues By RABBI HERBERT BAUMGARD Temple Beth Am The "Biblical reading for last Sabbath, according to the traditional cycle, was "Tol'dos." It tells >f the birth <>l the twins Esau and : Jacob. The narrative informs us ha: \\hile Esau, as the first born. entitled to 11 Isaac's major eir and lea ler of tl e family after Isaac'passii E spised h>bin right." descent of th A.b r a li a m should have passed to Isaac and • < • %  I Isail. Jews. hi • A e> • i. honi r Aoi al am, Isaac an Jai ob, as their "ahvos their founding fathers Esau "de pised his birthright." The Biblical text is written so as to make it clear to us that while it may seem that Jacob (with his mother's help) deceived both Esau and Isaac, actual-y Jacob was deserving of the birthright because he loved it and Esau despised it. As a young lad. I was neutral some sympathy for the Felestine Arabs columnist who wrote. The earth belongs to those who work on it." The Arabs were living in Palestine in large numbers, in those days, but it was the Jews who were fertilizing the soil with their sweat. The Arabs "despised their birthright," but Jacob (the Jews) loved it and were willing to work for it. Esau could have been an historically-famous Jew. He chose not to be by his indifference to the spiritual tasks before him. He preferred to be a hunter, the sport of his day. So many Jews are in the position of Esau. They have it within their power to make Judaism vital and meaningful, but they are indifferent to their responsibility. They prefer sports and entertainment to an extreme — we all enjoy some diversion — and they despise their birthright. The Esaus of today are not evil people — Esau himself had many virtues. They are merely those who refuse to look upon life as a holy responsibility. Life is not to them "real and earnest." They don't want to enter into a covenant relationship with God. They don't wish to be a "light unto the peoples." They want to eat venison (steak) and to hunt surface thrills. They are willing to work hard for the soft prize, but if being Jewish means being in the vanguard of the fight for civil rights and the clamoring for an end to the current international farce, they are not interested. If the latter is their birthright, they choose to exchange it for a prize you can see and touch. The future, however, belongs not to the Esaus. but to the Jacobs, and it is the name of Jacob which will be lovingly recalled by our children's children. s e r v i c e s J h i s (A/ e e k e n a Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases-received after that time will be returned-as proof of their lateness. with RABBI HERBERT BAUMGARD those who refuse respect to Zionism and had until I read an article by a AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave Orthodox. Rabbi Isaec Ever. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: 'Man Grown More Knowing with A;.-.•" I p.m. Kermon: "Jacob'x Departure Croin the Home 1 p.m. Rabbi Rottman will l Kuest speaker al Ladles' s Shabbat. — • — BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m, Sermon: "Report from Mixrachl Convent ion.'' — • — BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president. Friday 5 p.m. Saturday H a.m. — • — BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. I i day :,::!0 and 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "All .\!<-n Are Noi Created i.n...i. Bo l lay 8:45 a.m. Bar Mltkvak: Jorae, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Reichman; ."• p.m., Bruce, sun nf Mr, and Mrs. Kaiiic.-i Burkons. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th st Miami. Rabbi Sam. uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday 5:13 and 8:80 ii.m. Sermon: "Torah: A Blueprint for Our Livei I Saturday 9 a.m, Bar MJtsvah: David, son "f Mr, and Mrs. Lron Namoff. GEMS OF WISDOM Education :< that which reiMftu, uhen one has forgotten everything >ie lei led in schoi I. i INSI UN i malting m-n. I.I II EMAN. ,' (,. ijion and vi i.miRi.iK in oj net lee:' If a man di titoi di --1 lui itton 3/ en. APOCRYPHA, ,' tad it young fl c ^ s ,n ,n Heps c/ tdf wise. Thus ye may be Confident your learning will abide. -TRABOTTI. %  m in,miRamet, "f the American Jewish Committee, biaturday 8 a.m. Thursday, Sov, LM. 11 a.m. Bar Milzvah: N.ai. son nf Mr and Mrs. Aaron Kalis. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. l-iiiav S:l."> p.m. Sirmon: "Judaism and Democracj —Our Common H<-iitau.-." Sal urda) 10:IS a.m. — • — TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washinaton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. — • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bomstein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "How do Men Face Death when they do not Believe in Heaven and Hell?" — • — TEMPLE JUDEM. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai PoOet. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Not a Station Ian a Road." Ones Shabbat host: >"isli-i h.>ii,l Saturday 10::'0a.m. •^Jvnow Ljour a.m, .v:, i %  noon Bar Mltivah: Mian, son ol M: .i mi Mra, Nathan i Tosi. — e — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW flth St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday 8 IS p.m. Quest speaker, Mrs Evelyn Blackman, director speaker's bureau Sbutnwest chanter "i Women's American ORT. Her topic will i %  History and Future of ORT Vocational School*." Saturdaj 8 a.m. — e — TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reisman. Friday B:30 p.m. Sermon: "The virtu. ,if Cooperation." Services dedicated to ORT. Saturday I a.m, Sermon: "The Gate of Heaven." — e — TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday 8:10 p.m. Sermon: "A Report • •li the National Reform Movement." Services in honor of ORT. Quest speaker, Mrs. William Sanea, •%  lucatlonal vice prealdent of the local chapter. Saturday 11:15 a.m. Marvin Sokplow; Randy, aon of Marvin Sokolow; Rancy, son of and Mrs. Howard Bchwarts. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and Tntum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg I-"I iln v p.m. Si rmi n "i 'RT — To Make i ing;H Human Ones Asaln." Ser> led i" i ilt'l". >nee; • %  nstx: Miami Hi ai h An. i noun .iii I %  i cha pters of Women's Vmerican iRT Sat irdaj 8 i?> a.m. Consecration > %  %  ri Lglous school Btud I 11: .-•. e TEMPLE S'NAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Eenno M. Wallach. Frldai •' %  on: "1 mpreaslona from Washington." ^ — e — TEMPLE TIFEK^ n JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. I mi.iv 8:80 p.m. Sisterhood will sponsor Its first Queen Sabbath N'la-ht. Saturda) 8 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Port Ion of the Law." TEMPLE 7AMCRA. Conservative. 44 Zamora ave. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. I'riiiay s:',(i i> in Sermon: "Departure mil Arrival." Onega Shabbat basts: Rabbi and Mrs \;f:,,i Waxman. — e — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. Friday S:30 p.m. Sermon; "From Clvillaatlon to Wilderness." Oneg 8habbal host: Rubin l.evin, to e.lelirato rinding his brother, Oershon, after ">5 years. Saturday 9 a.m. .Sermon: "Where Have w. Failed?" — •'— YEHUDAH MO&HE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon SteinmeU. Cantor Maurice Neu. Pridaj g:16 p.m, Sermon: "Charity — liar "s Meimlng." Service dedteatpd to Mi. Mi. I'K'I' SatmUay :"i a.jit Bar Harry. Cohn. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon•tructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday 8:15 p.m, Sermon: "Thanksglvlng in the Nuclear Age." Saturday a.m. Sermon: "'The Value % %  < Dreami Bar Mltsvah: Paul Sutta. son of Mrs. Mat on Anderson and Mai tin Sutta, TFMPLF "ETH SHOLEM of HollyI '• %  "• %  ITK Monroe st. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. • HCn nt •; ii -t si • aket BeyI son T of Mr. liid PBBaaaOTBBBaaBBBBSasVBSBBsl ar Mltzvah: Mr* Jacob CANDUUGH7ING TIME S Oiaev — 5:16 p.m. % %  fc %  i ': I



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Friday. November 17. 1961 fJewisti ncridian Page 3-A Israel Bond Cruise on SS Jerusalem Sunday A history-making event will be launched in Miami on Sunday with the embarkation of some 300 Miami business and civic leaders on the Pan-American Friends of Israel Good-Will Tour aboard the Z,m Lines SS Jerusalem under auspices of the Israel Bond Organization. Launching the event will be a tala "Bond-Voyage" party aboard The vessel, when leading representative!; of the city and state will be guests, along with the passengers of the SS Jerusalem's Master, at a Captain's Dinner. Heading the galaxy of notables who will participate in the festivities will be the Hon. deLesseps S. Morrison, United States Ambassador to the Organization of American States. Cruise Comrrodore will be Carl Weinkle. The SS Jerusalem will arrive in Mil mi 00 Sunday, docking at Pier ? whore welcoming ceremonies will take place. She will depart at midnight, following the Captain's Dinner, on a today mission of good-will, taking her to six Central American countriei — Haiti. Curacao, Venezuela, Colombia. Panama, and Mexico. The Captain's Dinner will be an wpreccdented event in the history of Miami. Dignitaries from all ever the country will participate. It was pointed out by Dr. ^P| HHH1 tfjpw [ y~>"* %  tjm ^"dsS mr%? %  ^Hnkv^i ^kuS^p* V • Hi ^ W \i IB'' *£ 7Wi and Ambassador Vlorrison in re-, cciving the dinner .guests. Throughout thcd&iy, ami prior to embarkation, a series of gala; events will be held in honor ot the | Captain, the crew a nd Ambassador Morrison. The Pan-American Friends of Israel Good-Will T~our will mark the celebration o> -f Israel's Bar Mitzvah and Pen-American year. As pointed out by Dr. Kahan, the Israel Bond Organization, "which through its far-flung activities has fashioned a common bond among friends of Israel throughout the world, has been chosen as the medium for this historic gesture." The itinerary and festivities during the entire course of the trip will symbolically reflect the theme of the voyage as the SS Jerusalem, with 300 Mianuans aboard, moves from port to port bringing messages of good-will to and from places they visit. Obviously anticipating a happy voyage are three leading members of the Pan-American Friends of Israel Good-Will Tour, seen here discussing plans for the history-making occasion. From left are Cruise Commodore Carl Weinkle, Sam Blank, and Samuel Friedland, chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. The cruise, aboard the Zim Lines' SS Jerusalem, will depart Sunday on a 16-day tour, covering six Central American countries with some 300 Greater Miami business and civic leaders participating. Aaron Kahan. director of the Israel i representing the Israel Bond Bond Organization, that to help j Guardians and Sponsors of Miami, "personalize the evening and ereis being named. ate the proper atmosphere for this gala event." a committee of hosts. The hosts will join with the SS Jerusalem's Capt. Ari Ben-Yakov Enfant Returned to Mother, Moslem Dad TEL AVIV — (JTA) — The Tel the father would convert to JuAviv District Court reversed this deism. week a juvenile court ruling and K turned to 19-year-old Yaffa Ajami ne C0l| P le rils h crf from ,h e courtand her Moslem lover their five' house ,0 P ,ck U P the ,nfant !" month old boy. judgment of the district court. which was not opposed by the Tel The couple's attorney, Avraham Aviv d i strict attorney, provided Fishman, said that kidnapping ; hat hc baby would be kept for charges filed because the young one ycar under the supervision of mother had taken her baby from a social we i fare 0 ffj C er." The para Welfare Ministry home would be cnls mav not remove the infant "* Shortly after the baby was born, a court order was issued" making him a ward of the state for three years. Yaffa went to the welfare home to which the infant had been taken and removed him. She sai.l she did not know of the court order. For that action, she was charged with kidnapping. dropped. The father. Abdul Rahim Majdaleh, was charged with complicity. The girl emerged from the closed hearing with a big smile, faying she and the father planned to marry soon, and the father remarked "everything will be rice and legal." Under Israeli law they cannot marry unless one converts to the other's reliThere were reports that from the Tel Aviv district until after next March. The religious and legal dispute stemmed from the fact that parents on both sides are devoutly religious and opposed the romance. The girl ran away from home three times to be with Abdul Rahim. Last year, they took an apartment in Tel Aviv and later the girl became pregnant. Z&< AUGUST BROS Rv £ Is the BEST 71 THE ME RK0S L'INYONEI CHINUCH IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE ITS FIRST ANNUAL DINNER De cember 3, 1961 at 6 P.M. LOMB/XRDY HOTEL, 6305 COLLINS AVENUE IEON DE HERSH ALEXANDER C MOSCOWITZ Dinner Campaign CZhairman Committee Chairman The dinner wil I bo dedicated tc the Stretcher family who will honor the rr-lemory of the father by aiding the Merkos establish a camp for boys in Florida. Main speaker will be RABBI ZALMAN S. HECHT of Chkicago, renowned author and lecturer. An irispirano, program of cantorial renditions will be presented taylh* well-known CANTOR ABRAHAM SEIF. Your partici peiion in the world wide and local work of the Merkos is vcm,,l -o the continued success of its efforts. For Reservatio ns call JE 2-5694 GENERAL COMMB TTEE: Alexander C. Moscowitz. chain—ran; Dr. Meyer J. Safra, Murray Rosenberg, co-chairmen; Isadore H. 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Friday. November 17. 1961 vjewisti ftcarMilan Page 5-B Thanksgiving Masquerade Ball Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid, To keep in the spirit of the is jointly sponsoring with the | Thanksgiving holiday, guests will Men's Club a Thanksgiving masque-j come in costume. Prizes will be rade ball on Thanksgiving eve in given for the most beautiful, Sklar Auditorium. I cleverest, funniest, and most original costumes. Dancing and games will be the theme of the evening. Chairman for the event is Mrs. Ben Fabric, co-chairman are Mrs. Louis Hirsn, Mrs. Max Raskin, Mr. 3. Henrietta Fine. Mrs. Michael Glazier, and Miss Rita Goldman Dr. M. B. Cirlin purchases a ticket for "A Night with the Opercs" presented by the Opera Guild of Greater Miami under the supervision of Dr. Arturo di Filippi from Mrs. Louis Seitlin, fund-raising vice president of Beth David Sisterhood. The operas will be presented in Spector Hall at Beth David on Sunday evening, with Dr. Paul Csonka and Charles Richards directing. An art exhibit the same evening will be shown in the lobby. Ulpan Program At Beth David Beth David Congregation ann inces registration on Monday morning for a Women's Institute, or Ulpan. Ulpan, the modern Hebrew word for learning, is an Israeli "crash program" of education. The Institute, to commence on Monday, will consist of weekly ses-! sions, as .follows: "Beginners' Hebrew," taught by Cantor William W. Lip!:Oi. 9:30 am.; "The Siddur —Our Priceless Heritage," led by Saul Kabin, educational director, 9:30 a.m.; and "The Book of Job— Perennial Problems in Religion." a series of lectures conducted by Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David, 10:30 to noon. The program i ; open to members (I friends Of Beth David, free of charge, except for purchase of texts. The Ulpan is in addition to the Sunday morning and Tuesday evening sessions, which have been in progress for over a month. Bay Harbor Hadassah Bay Harbor group of Hadassah is having a membcr.-rtip tea on Monday. 1 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Fay Tupler. 1131 102nd St., Bav Harbor Islands. Guest artists will i be Mrs. Qershon S. Miller and Joe Malck. Owens Seeking Commission Seat "Having been asked by the workll g | H ;>le of Miami to be their candi ate for City Commissioner. I will light their battles for them' it elt scted," William "Bill" Owens declared here. In the city-wide primary election next Tuesday, Owens ij a candidate in Group 5. "Those supporting me in the race fill tht ranks of the wage-earners, municipal emplo>ees and senior citizens of all races and religions in Miami," said Owens, who is president of Dade County Federation oi Labor. A resident of Miami for 42 years. Owen.' owns his home, is the father ol seven children and is a graduate of Miami High. A printer by trade, he hfttaken an active part for many >ears in various civic and governmental affairs. He is a veteran Oi World War II, having served 17 months on a destroyer escort on Atlantic submarine patrol duty. Temple Sinai Sets Musical Comedy Newly formed Little Theatre Group at Temple Sinai ol North Miami will present "Romans are a Girl's Best Friend" on Saturday evening. Dec. 9. at North Miami High School. This is an original mifsical comedy written and produced by the husband-and-wife team of Ralph and Selma Rubin. Director is Jerry Fuchs, cf the Hollywood Little Theatre. Leading robs will be portrayed by Chet Gale, who ha> appeared professionally in many Miami' Beach night clubs, and Vicki Dunn. I familiar to many .North Dade audiences. Funds will be used for the building of a new Temple Sinai sanctuary. DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST 6IFT FRUIT Do it the easy way-by mail. Mail your orders to Rich Dale Grove* for prompt handling. 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kdcy, November 17, 1961 pJettist fhr/dttaun Page 7-A Canadian Sectarian Periodical In Bitter Attack Against Jews an appropriate tribute to Israel's Bar Mitzch year, 13 members of Temple Menorch ?ere honored for their "outstanding efforts on ehc'f of Israel" at the congregation's Israel .ar Mitzvah dinner last Thursday. Honored Btcnding from left) were Abe Appel, Mrs. Sam ielsky, Michael Bronstein, Louis DeCoveny, Dseph G. Denmark, Sol Frankel, Frank Goldacn, Samuel Graubart, Oscar C. Lelchuk, Leonard Rosen and Sam Schiffman. Not seen are Max Krauss and Louis Reinstein. Making the presentation, and guest speaker of the evenir.g, was Dublin's Lord Mayor Robert Friscoe. In response to an appeal by Rabbi Meyer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Menorah, members of the audience purchased S178.00C in State of Israel Bonds. 1 1 ^m ^Ht >ipi : >^^'* w vB B m w K i %  %  I I fi 1 v 11 § m\ mjLjsrt i w ILJi K m*V H^ Three of the principqls who helped make the Temple Menorah Israel Bar Mitzvah dinner, on behalf of Israel Bonds, an "outstanding success" last Thursday are (from left) Leonard I. Solomon, dinner chairman; the Hon. Robert Briscoe, Lord Mcyor of Dublin, Ireland, auest speaker of the evening; and Mc.i;rice Revitz, Temple president. Will Consecrate NerTamid Youth At Saturday morning services in Temple Ner Tamid. children of the religious school will be consecrated in a ceremony marking tne beginning of their religious education. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will offici! ate. Children to be consecrated are: Jackti '• : %  -. Sandra Axelrod, Herl Caxklll, Alan Kdolman, Anna Bdellium, Rnlph Kfelkenhurx, Howard h.1.1. l %  • nald Ki l< linan, C'hai leu i loldman, *":•:i ( %  < Iman, \ % % %  •' %  •• ii • enlit 1.1. [>"hra Holland, Mark IOUU-N, Vlan Jaiv im Ji %  • fn v Ka> B< I, IS] a< •• Ki.nn. Mil hai I i..ik.\ ha 1.. .V In. Rob. : I Mark, T> li i Ml.li.i:, H. -lihi-r Moribtr, Kobyn Pel li .'ii. • :• I'lal l, Jan< l i:." Innan, Bruof II i • w IIIIH m RottH H I %  Ad. i null .-.i nlierg, Marahall Sober, Keith Toleman, Alan Tn llns, Harvej Trautenlx u Aim W-l*liarl, i" Wit kin. Sharon Zlxkln, Susan ZuckerIII. i n Barry Axel %  'oil, Hrian Axelrod, Harry Nexer, Andrew Tlavhle Staeej Toleman, Cheryl Weiabard, Cheryl SSuckii-in.in. Sari AXIIIIHI, Cory Cullen, Roj Hletcher, Sandra Huppert, Jonathan Hurwiteh, Hii.ii Jacobs, William Kutnn, Toby Ueveton, Mow. wl Levrant, TVaey Miih.i: Jay I'earlman, Henry Perunan, Leslie Robblna, Lorie Sav.i. si-.in Smith, Wllleali Woskow, Mai la Z %  •> • Continued from Page 1-A religious association with the people of his race all over the world. Moreover, the .Jew is often expecting that Christians should temporize Iheir own faith an:' missionary obligations to accomodate extremely sensitive Jewish feeling." The article assailed Israel lor v i o 1 at i n g Adolf Eichmann's Tights." and stated: "The real | need is research into the motivation of the Jewish people living in : nations where they arc alien by race, religion, and resist assimilation into (he average citizenship of the country.*' Accusing the Canadian Jews of being "one of the strongest voices opposing Christian education in the schools." the Anglican priest declared: "Yet their forbears were al one time eager to accept asylum and hospitality in Canada. They came as 'guests of the house.' and now they want to change the pattern and way of life." The Rev. Thomas stated thai councils of Christians and Jews, such as exist in the United States and Canada, "are little areas of compromise, unacceptable to either Christianity or Judaism, and could indeed be delaying the real facing of the fundamentals involved, beL'CHAYIM to the American quality of greatness! Levi Meyers Harby Early American naval hero, Harby's rise to rank ot Captain at the age of 25 forecast a distinguished career. He fought in the War of 1812, in the Mexican War which brr Texas mlo (he Union, in the defeat of the pirates of Algiers and Tripoli, and in the Civil War. Being a son of South Carolina, he (ought on the Confederate side. The UChayim Whiskey ... LPBB CALVE itr Truly the American Whiskey of DistinctionUncompromising people make Lord Calvert; discerning people enjoy it. M f00f 35% STWICMT WHISKIES i tCARS OH MOW 010 • bi* SKAiN MU1ML WlRHS %  CIVET OISTUUM COMfMTf, IMC NYC. cause they are crying peace where there is no peace.' Peaceful coexistence has never proved possible for Christianity and Juci>is,m hin 4fcetsflmc country." Rev.-Thomas asserted. As to Nazi Germany, the Rev. Thomas declared: "To dismiss the treatment of the Jewish pesple under the Hitler regime in Germany as a simple case of political exploitation is to avoid the very heart of the matter. Nazi leadership exploited a situation which already existed. "There had been elements of behavior on the part of the Jewish people in Germany which had made them collectively unpopular. One of these factors was, of course, their natural growth in numbers, which was not their fault, but it did make them an uncomfortable 'bloc' from the political and economic points of view, especially With their tendency to fraternize together." The priest concluded that "the real solution is in a new patternnot in an uneasy coexistence which erupts ever so often." He emphasized that "Christianity can never compromise its missionary challenge in relation to any other ideology" There is only one WELCOME WAGON 30 years of experience fostering good will in business and community .life. For information on Welcome Wagon, phone HI 8-4994 WELCOME WAGON



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Page 10-B >Jeni§t fkridfran Friday. Ncv^ber '7 t I l < v it s 81 r. ct n ir 8< W rr I I I' < I. d : ; %  < I I! Ai e armed at Uie spacious home of Mr. and-Mrs. Leonard Solomon, the Ri*b: Honorable Lord Mayor of Dublin. Robert Briscoe. was puffing away on bis favente cigar, wearing his now-famed chains symbolic of bis office, and watching more than 100 members of Temple Menorah consume the Solomons' favorite brands of liquor. Irish varieties, we assume, were much in demand; lor Bob Briscoe is the best Ihirg that's happened to Irish tourism and industry in many a day. It's a toss-up if he's.more effective in that mi?sion than in selling Israel Bends. .\l any rate. Robert still packs them in. and by the time Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz gave the invocation at the Americana hotel, almost 500 members of tht North Shore congregation were on hand lor what was probably Greater Miami's 13th Israel Bar Milzvah dinner. In the course cf his remarks for the evening, in which the Lord Mayor (Jewish is not truly part of his title) responded with oratory almost equal in length to the intensive bond selling. Briscoe made a point seldom heard from Israeli speakers. The once legendary Captain Midnight of the I. R. A. said that the smaller Arab nations — Syria, the Lebanon and Jordan— are becoming more afraid of the anti-Israel. large Arab states than they are of Israel itself. He said that "Just as Eire today trades openly and successfully with Great Britain, so shall Israel trade in the rot :<>o distant future with her Moslem neighbors. I can see the day when the Arab boycott will be broken." Unfortunately, the Lord Mayor didn't develop his point, and the crowd by the late hour was more interested in his always-interesting (lies than in serious oratory. Earlier in the evening, they had demonstrated their serious side by buying a record $175,300 in Israel Bonds as Solomon, Rabbi Abramowitz. synagogue president Maurice Revitz and l<< nard Rosen outdid one another in sales and purchases. The personal involvement of the congregation's leaders — as demonstrated earlier in the year by Temple Beth Am and Temple Beth Sholom — showed that there can be fun in fund-raising. MORE MEALS: A few days later, and a few meals along on the preen pea .or is it chicken?) circuit, we attended a dinner honoring Israel's Minister of Commerce and Industry. Pinthas Sapir, hosted by the nkrementioned Mr. Revitz It might be noted here that Maury is one of our town's best-loved and hardest working "civic leaders." and distinctly merits the Hebrew Academy dinner soon to be tendered him. Minister Sapir seemed rather tired at the Lucerne hotel Sunday, and well he might, for he had kept pace with Peona's tireless Sam Rothberg on a three-week, coast-to-coast tour in behalf of Israel Investors Corporation. By the time commitments of $200,000 tor I. I. C. purchases had rolled in Sunday night, the Sapir-Rothberg junket had netted private investment ir. Israel some $2,000,000. The figure meant that Israel Investors, which has major holdings in seme iozen Israeli corporations including El Al. Bank Leumi Le Israel and other blue chip-, had successfully sold out its initial issue ef $10,300.000 and was well on its wa> to underwriting an additional $10,000,000. .Srpir was optimistic about Israel's economic luture. not only for the nut year but for the next decade. After the dinner, marked by Rothberg's dramatic presentation of t'i r. ed for a unified picture of Israel. Sapir met in his suite with Rothberg. Israeli Economic Affairs Consul Zvi Eadan and several local leaders in Israeli causes to discuss an idea first advanced by Eadan a couple c! weeks ago. Israel must build 10 new towns m the next few years, nine of them in the Negev. And Eadan is attempting to get a group of Florida investors to back the town, with government guarantees of a fair return fer the initial period. Much of what we heard is temporarily '(ff the record." but suftice it to say that the men who have built cities from dreams in Florida will soon be building a town of Eadan's vision ir ; nrael. --.'-<£•— —>DADE DATA: Cantors Ilirsch Adler and Joe Malek will join in the li bute to indefatigable Irv Schatzman at the Algiers Nov. 28 Labor SocreUry Arthur Goldberg, who has not refused any major national sh (.rfcanization s bid to speak at a major conference, will share K>nors with I-rael Finance Minister Lcvi Eshkol at the nat.on;ii L'JA conclave In New York next month It's delinite now that there will be no I'JA conierence in Miami Beach this winter, but Israel 1 in American Friends of the Hebrew University, and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America again will convene here Judge Berkman will run to succeed himself as Justice of the Peace in the Fifth district (Miami Beach to Golden Beach) in May Beach councili Mareic Linerman and Melvin Richard already lining up support for their 1963 reelection bids Congressman Dante Fascell booked by Temple Beth Am for its dinner Nov. 26 Aviva group of Hadassah h;. -chcdulec! its Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center dinner e ;it Kings Bay Country Club on Nov. 2-"> I-rael Bond "AmbassaBail" Bet lor Dee 27 So keep that tux handy, men. and watch OUl or the gais will be out to buy another formal vv hile you're not looking. — i— — tfr — — %  £ %  — NOW HEAR THIS: Don't mis S reading Atlantic Monthly's tremeni -iipp'.emenl on Israel in the November issue, or the eight-page, flor por'folio on the Negev in this month's Fortune New York l Tribune claiming scoop with expose of the trial of three Leningrad Jewish leaders There's a special issue on Chemical and Phari nautical Industrie in the October issue of the Israel Export and de Journal Israel's Citrus Marketing Board il sending six trial meats of 5,000 Cases each of Shamuti Jaffa oranges, mainly to New K n i ipolitan area Israel Discount Bank will follow Bank Leumi i srael into New York's lucrative market. Zim Lines has Bled state i • with SEC for telling 20.000 shares oi 7' preferred, accumulative l lock, $500 per share, payable 111 cash or certain [srael I I-rael I).\elopment Bank reports it has had S4..>00,000 in subscriptions for its initial $10 million issue. Beach Art Club Exhibit to Open Members of the newly chartered Miami Beach Art Club will open ihcir fourth annual exhibition with a reception in the galleries of the Miami Beach Art Center. 2100 Coins ave The exhibition will remain on view through Dec. 12. Shown at the same period, and occupying a th;rd gallery, is a col ection of Japanese prints which haN been loaned through the cour 'esy of Mortimer E. Wien. vice pre-ident of the club. List of exhibitors includes Sally Beau de Coffeur. Samuel S. \Goldberg, Byrdie E. King. Rose Levin. Malena Lown. tncia Merenstc: di, Harry R, Jjj and Mortimer :ufem -, ^ o. entries w a. ideX fiM Draper, director it Him^tSl Coconut Grove. Harry R "^ president; Mortimer E w'T*** president; Jero Magon. eSJI secretary; and l^rdie E treasurer *H I A An Open Letter to the Citizens of Miami FROM Mrs. Abe Aronovitz DEAR MIAMI: In 1957 and 1959 my late husband, ABE ARONOVITZ, endorsed Fee High for Mayor of Miami and had these things to say about him: "In the last election, in 1957, I said the following things about Bcb High: I am certain that Robert King High is the best possible choice for Mayor. He is qualified, capable and sincere It is too rare that public-spirited citizens of his high caliber offer themselves for public office.' Since then he has proven himself m office and I am proud to repeat my recommendation to the cilizens cf Miami." We are proud of Bob High because he never broke faith with Miami, he has always travelled honorably and steadfastly in his dedicated cause of GOOD GOVERNMENT. I believe that the City of Miami has become a better place to live ... a better place to raise our children because men like Bob High have been our trustees. I value Bob High as a friend and I urge you to support him for le-elettion to his third term as Mayor of Miami. I believe he has earned the right to be our trustee again. Respectfully Submitted, GfcAt FiSHiNQ OU I ••( A'-l>, A"" t b THRIE ClAWPiONS" P 1* NOUl GOwf COUNSt* Q J enjoy every minute Mir r %  %  %  %  %  fjltlNI H I IV HOT SPHINQS OATHS V For the time of your life, come to Hot Springs and relax in luxury at The Arlington In this setting of scenic beauty and ideal temperature, enjoy all sports and recreations. Taiotei ond DMuliful cole biochurc — wile to t--goi Mo,, Monomer o* n r.::::::: :1^§*^ 1 is n t: • "*--->~ N•11 t n !. I 11 1 it! ii in .I s t•! n NATIONAL PARK, ARKANSAS



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lidav. November 17, 196\ fJewisti fk-rSditori Page 13-B Jfyar xdunteers in the United Good {< ighbors Division. The hours of time and effort kliat are being contributed by II ousanda of volunteer workers [•an well determine the success of aur campaign," said William C. ... !;.'f. UGN chairman. W'Chanuka Donor Mart' uthwest Jewish Center Sisterc :• sponsoring a "Chanuka Mart and Supper" on Sunfrom 4 to 8 p.m. Merchandise ate for Chanuka will be • United Fund will hold its third report luncheon meeting on Tuesday at the Top o' th* Columbus. As with the first two meetings, the major cost of this luncheon will be borne by a firm underwriting the cost of the function, in addition to their Fair Share contribution to United Fund. Burdine's is host for the third meeting. The purpose of firms sponsoring these meetings is in line with United Fund policy of not using contributions to pay for such gatherings. Every United Fund volunteer is welcome to attend. The 1962 United Fund campaign continues until Dec. 14. of .Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cohn, i nally schi 11< I for Nov. il, iservi aturday, Nov. is. durmornii s sen ices al I he. Rabbi dot H. Sti inmi'/ will of! i lat en1 l North Miami i PoI iel rel ol for fivi on of thi i %  v : %  \s will host dush i hoi Ronald Sokolow i bi Herbert Baumgard will of1 cii le al flie l-:.i:Mitzvah of %  aid, son Of Mr, and Mrs. Marvin L. Sokolow, during Saturday morning services, Nov. 18. at Temple Be'th Am. Ronald is a student at South Miami Junior High an:l plays clarinet ir. the school band. He is active in baseball and bowling. A reception in his honor will be Paul Sutta Barry Baumel Louis Schwartz Ronald Sokolow > ; orning, Nov. 18. at Young Israel ol Grc iter Miami, ; • %  ia member of the graduVoung Israel Hebrew iol. w ill honor him at a • lion Salurdaj evening at Mini rests rant. Louis Schwartz • IK-I of the Bar Mitzvah Randolph, son of Mr. and .1; %  -. Howard K Schwartz, will take lay m rn ng Nov. 18. a! Ti Beth Am. with Rabbi Herbert Baumgard officiating. Randy attends Palmetto Junior High and plays trumpet in the school band. Following services, a reception will be held in his honor at his home, 10801 SW 69th ave. given al the Garden restaurant following i remi ny, • Eruc Kusens ervii [( I! r Mil ce. i ate. ce is • ;.t Nau I • II : A .' I • %  reception in h:s h • the Roi ej Plaza hoti I will follow the ceremony. Barry Baumel Fabbi Sherwin S'auber will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Bar-, ry. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Baumel. 150 NE 169th ter.. SaturCANDID PHOTOGRAPHS of BAR MI1ZVAHS BRIDALS LIPSON STUDIOS HI 5-3434 163 Aragon, Coral Gables ELECT WILLIAM J. "BILL" OWENS MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER (GPOUP 5) s ... 1 *s L> TIME MAYO Elect Arthur PATTEN MAYOR OF MIAMI WM. J. (SILL) OWENS "The Men with a Plan for a Better Miami!" MIAMI RESIDENT 42 YEARS TAXPAYER FATHER OF 7 CHILDREN MEMBER OF AUAPATTAH BAPTIST CHURCH GRADL'ATE MIAMI HIGH WAR VETERAN PRES DADE COUNTY FEDERATION OF LABOR TRUSTEE, UNITED FUND CO-CHAIRMAN, 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 City Wide Vote PULL LEVER 25-A FOR OWENS TUESDAY, NOV. 21 I ON NOVEMBEB PILL LEVER 21 A STEVE CLARK IS DOUBLY QUALIFIED -*t 3 Years on the Miami Planning & Zoning Board, working up to Chcirman hi knows the city well! -*c A Businessman all his adult life, he'd be an economyminced Commissioner! Vote to Promo STEVE ME From Chairman— Miami haMiiaq o*a, Zofcliig Board to MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER (in the ococy— Group 5) Pf Pol. Ad. FOR CITY COMMISSIONER In up i Pull Lever 10A 4E 1 > i 3 *^ > yJSfHMMr J ELECT CLIFF HORNE -THE SOI XD OF THE PEOPLE' IF YOU LIVE ANYWHERE IN MIAMI YOU CAN PULL LEVER 10A VOTE FOR C LI W F MfOR > fJ m -.*v*fVt .7 %  "•-' .. J



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fridcry, November 17, 1961 '*Jfpn*<#' flioriidlii^ir Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIO*. IN PROBATE No: 54188 A I X I.i:: I MI: srfi >• vvoi MAN Il,c-| NOTICE TO CREDITORS i All Cri II • % %  %  VII Person* %  \ i %  .: %  \: H ll • I i) notified and • %  •Hired • pre '.*t .my claim* and deI %  ii tna) 1|„. IHN Mi: I! w %  ., \\ \ %  < : i, ,.,-. n i Count! I >i Ida, iii. i Hint • "i i tad* Count) In — in dupl cati r „vld< linn 733 16 I ofi Ices In th< i II -. i I ':i le 'ountj. %  "' %  | in -. %  :, ndi r mom hs fii>m of the I Irel pnbllcnl !< %  r, ci • !• %  -•> %  i* w i'l be barred 11 ,M'.aral Florida, this -'"th j • .' • %  \ !• 1961. AAR N wo I. MAN ; As Rxecutor lir-i ublication of this notice on I i, las v ivember, 1861 PlMOX, HAYS* GRUNDWERC U toi r.•for Executor :..i tin ley Btrll ling IjMiati. PI irl i i 11 '3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDEB F CTIT OUS NAME LAW \CI-,T K i, HEREBY GIVBN thai i t iiin rslg %  leslrlng to engage In |i.i-i un I -r the fictitious name of Rl'K 79. at 11 'i 7th Street Cause\, IJ s -ill Ba; Village, I lade < 'ouni\. i-i. ; %  ; i Inl • ids to register raid tl lerk <>f the -' >unty, Plot Id i tl '• LET, INC. p.\ • %  M Ti ushln, Pr< sid >nl p. URN TT • Mil • M• i ; %  I • Inc. ,. | LEGAL NOTICE 7TTT Sabbath Eve in the Home of Bernie the Baker. C.e< l*l LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CO JNTY JUDGE'S C H RT IN NC r )R DADE COU \TY. FL • %  PROBATE r • :429D i IN A. MTANDl I • TC CREDITO I'M All • miHil All Pr'i % %  \ | %  %  tlfled ind ma; %  -' ,. %  %  -f-'A IN V STAN1H II i late oil Ha.li Count) K Judges i Ciuni thi i 'i • Coui Blouse it. | I i %  .-: \ .. %  • >m ihe 'i.iti % %  1 Irsi Ml itlo i. or the %  / L.KNA ST VNDF2R MYERS. II .'. v .v KAPLAN Attorn. i ....%  %  %  i 11/10-17-24,18/1 NOTICE UNDER FICT TIOUS NAME LAW NOH K HEREBY GIVEN thai the in • *' I •-''• ML•..•'•.!-•• i i I IctittoUS 'i mi. ..1 K P.N.VIAR in.l KEN MAR ul La Flai Ida. si N %  ; ] ^ i Ri I'UVTS CO., INC. KOVNER .v v INNHEIMER An. 11.. for Hun %  ; ; %  • Products 1 '• I IK'. 11/10-17-24, '-' : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE ELEV = '. -t JUDICIAL O'RO.U'T OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE Cv\ rY IN %  iCertt NO. 61C 1!6oo VNl>R li NOT CE 3Y PUBLICATION Ridge Stre ". ••.'• i |ulr %  %  i %  %  %  %  ; I I i %  %  I l \' • • i Id :iMill n I i %  > .•'. %  •••i:, or e vl tak< l %  ted i >, •••! %  •• %  IIat, IATHERMAN '! | II i 1 : • I I.. K M IA MAN, i % %  • i ii-. • • 17-21 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HOT] i: 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai ; %  < -. in-.i State ol Flo \ EI\V VR1> A3 i'AII.I.. el I >. %  %  .ii : NOTICE OF SUIT TO r \'. \. 'GENE C \RRKRO MARY \M: CARRERI I ,.v 10th SI %  in City, >' illfornin \> T 1KB HEREBY NOTIFIED that a .--un ha been brought againai you b) MIUWBHT Mi'K Tii.Mil-: COMPANY, in the above-entitled Codrt, to fore* i". 1 ;' m irtgage encumlierlng the foUowtng described property, t"wlt: l.-.t 10, Block 7. BIERRA MIRADA, according to the pim thereof, recorded in Plat Book %  '. at page 17. of the public records of Dade County, llorlda. Together with: Kelvlnntor KefriKerntor. Mo,l-l KlCFllR, Serial No. :!A260r,ti Vent tlan liiindj.; and you are required to file your an•war \Wth the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f lu,i. County, Morldu, at the CourthOUS* In Miami, Florida, oa <-r before December 18, 1961, and to nerve a copy if such answer upon IAVII> p. CVTSMAN, plalntlfCa attorney, whose address is i4tii Plooi al I i'l Hast Flagler Street, Mia in, :'.J, Florida, if you fall to do s->. the complaint win lie taken an conf) ase I bj \.,., and i Decree Pro Confeaso will lientered aKiiinst you for the relief iman I %  .! In the complaint. DATED thi. 7ih nay "f November, 1*61. K !'. LEATHBRMAN > srk of i Mi 'Iroult Court i >ade i 'ounty, Florida (seal) By: HBI,EN KESBLER, Deputy Clerk DAVID P ''ATsv \\ i tth P'oor a-, i yi K Flagler si. ML. nl J, Florida ii 10-17NOT1CE UNDER FiCTiT'OUS NAME LAW Ni (Tl IS HEREBY i ilVBN th ll the u %  i Seslring tu >ngagi In inder tl CAUGHT-INTHH A< I • >.%!.'. \NV mot li ited i al Suite .-: • %  iln RdL, in (lie Clt) <-f Miami Belch, %  orld I inti nd b later th -.. < name with the Clerk of the Clr Court of i'ade CoUnty, i la. ;' \i. \ N UAl.I.KK & 1.ITMAN Attorne) Applicants 12 > i.. to id LBKRT MARSHAK ERNIE HELD 11 •.-[O-lT-Jl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that thi •!• i. desiring to engage In %  the li.iItlous nanu VICS BAB GRILL al MX N E Si•% %  •. M Plorldu, intends I i register aald name with the Clerk ol the !ourt of Dad %  itint) P -i la vi'-i'i H: %  : K(CH, ol iwner ST auo a HUTNBR \ • in %  iwner 704 All Miami 12 Florida 11/3-10-17-24 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PRC3AT -No. WO-6-B .'. :i.N %  : I' NOT CE TO CRED'TORS Ine C I • • %  : | tl A \ M %  %  N i A S %  •' I in I 1 offices I %  %  i %  ;. lical %  m i rHELMJ LOW Exec ttrlx S.\MI'i"l. STIIEN, Vttori % %  A i ; i.l IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54-33 B IN RE !:-. %  %  of CHA STI (NE I HI NOTICE TO CREDITORS ; \ vil I ma Having Call I •" v.. i ai hi • • b) 1 .| : %  .1 %  I I -.'I •! % %  • l.i.uuiv n i, All,, CHiAl'Ni 'BY > i' %  nt y. Flu j Ida, to l [('..inn;. and fl pile ite land us provided I • %  '•' • %  I %  i St a t u tea %  I %  %  i iunty < "out • h • ise li 'a i '-• %  ;>, Florl ii within six month froi tl time •• the I public ittou hereof, or tl %  • %  w 111 be barre I. ilated .ii Miami, Plor this ISth day ot" October, A.I' 1861. LOIS MM'H\i:i.S Ai Executrix Kirs: publication of th the Iffth day ol (ctobor, 1961, NKI.s. IN & 8PIEL.VOGEL Attorne) f"iExecutrix 107 Lincoln Road 10/27, 11 3-10-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 54187-B IN RE: Estate if NAOMI I.I: — >Wi ll Deceased NOT.CE TO CREDITORS I'.i All %  '• • i;' nd \ I Pei I la Inn '' ... In is f sT.vi'K LIQCoRS sT. al numb r i51 N.B. 187th Stn el In the i 'it> N >r i> Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to-regIster the said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Cauri ol Dade County. Florid Dated at Miami Beach, Florida, this 19th da) ul M< 'S KM ''' (RP }:• % %  M i %  in, Pres lent HARRY ZCKERNI 'K Attoi ne) f-)l App Linoln Rd %  • %  10-17-24 %  %  • wlthii gress Building : • in thhi re ii. o" the IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 12C64 DOLIJAR SAVINGS HANK • P THE CITY OF NEW YORK, i i iri iration iws of the if [ 1 -r\. .-.-:•'. widow, > I \ CAR! iman, I %  ... n i .r-.ts. NOTICE OF SUIT Ti ; DOl (RES H ALESSH i and PATRICIA A. CARTER Real im • %  I 'nfcnown. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that i gull is been brought against you l>v DOLLAR 8AVINCH HANK OF I'HK CITY "l-' NKW YORK, in the above-entitled Court, to foreclose a mortem.' encumbering the following described property, to-wlt: Lot 3. Block 80, SECOND AKKlTinN TO CAROL CITY, according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 6.'.. pane 7S, sheet 1. of the public records ol bade County, Fiorlakv and you are required to file your answer to said complaint with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade county. Florida, at the Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or before December 14. IMI. in,I to serve :i copy of such a"swei upon DAVID P CATSMAN. Plaintiff's attorney, whose addreSS is I4th Floor nt 101 East Mauler str.-ei. Miami :t2. Florida, on or before aaJd date, as required by the U*s of Florida. If you fail to do so. the oompladnl will tie taken as con%  I li\ you and a Decree Pro Con\>,n be ntered against y>u for the relief demanded in the complaint. DATED this Sth day of November. IMI. %  : P. LEATHBRMAN Clerk ii'" the Circuit 'ourt Dade i %  mt) lorld t (Seal) I' K. M. l.Y.\'AN. Deput) Clerk DAVID P -\'.\N 11i Floor al i II i-: Flagler st. \ii in %  da U, I 1-17-24, IS/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that %  %  .1. desiring to engage In -under th.. flctit ii n i'l-:.;i.< SANDWICH SHOP r 2 1 Nor;!! Miami Avenue Miami, Florida, Intends to register aald name with the Clerk i lit C met %  %  Dade Count) F orida AARON AI, PBRL-ML'TTER, ~ .. i Iv, tier Goldn in. C Id te n ,v Pacsler I eys for Registrant 230 %  W • -i I-'; igler Stn %  tr—NE 6-0818 II 1-10-17 1 IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.'IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C '.2266 THE BRONX SAVINGS BANK, Pla v s TH MAS A. WH TE I* (LORI s wii; : K his %  l %  • r. I i -itNOTICE OF SUIT TO: TH< -MAS A WHITE at d DOLO IH WHI' ils wife Raj 2 I i.i -1 n me A %  Y •. i New York Y'.ei i hereb notified iha'. the • %  tuted iu in the Circuit Cou I-I irl la In ind %  : %  to I up >ing H % %  %  %  b %  Lot Block I RE .:.si n; ESrioN TWO, i of rei irded In Pli I Book "i at Pag Reco %  ide i' iunl •. t lorl la the I illow ii B Items of p rt) w hi. ii are I K ited It ind pern Installs i is a parl %  the Improvement on said land Westlnghouse Refrlgera I:I.A 13, \\ isi ngh >use I (ryer i> 1-7. Westlnghouse Washer L 127 Y .. ire reojulred to file your answer to plaintiff's (-..111111111111 with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and Berve > cop) thereof upon plaintiff's attorney MARTIN FINE 14th Floor Dade Federal Building, Miami 82, Forida, not later than December 14. 1961, ir a Decree Pro Confess.• will be ent.-red against you. Dated: Novembers, IMI. Fi 1! LEATHBRMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida (seal) By: K M. I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk MA It TIN FINK Attorney for Plaintiff 14th Floor Dude Federal Building Miami 32, Florida 11/10-17-24. 12 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVE*! that th undersigned, desiring to egitage ii. business under the fictitious name ot CAROL LIQUORS at %  '.:!". N.W. 167th Street. Carol City, intends to register • with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hide County. F'lorida. Ml 'SAM c. inB) M I. Copperman, President HARRY ZUKERNICK ISO i Incoln R lad 11/10-17-24. 12, I IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 11373 JEAN ROG •". .. IK Ri ;• (W, D Pendai NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti i •;!•:• "RGB Rl (Gl IW .-• • N.W. Washington, D.C YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEI i Con pla it:fo i .. %  h %  filed against ) iu, ind you are i .i'-.ii to serve a' copy if youi i i on Plaintiff's ittorney, CAIN & ISIS, 1830 W Flagler Street, Miami, Forili. and file the original In the of the i 'lerk of th i CH 'ourt in ..: before thi 24th I i. t N member, 1961, .'I er I %  i 'i\ --. n be %  % %  is %  • — i ou. DATED it Miami, orl 11, this 24th da) ol October. I i 11 K. B LEA rHERM \N Clerk of the Circuit [seal .' '' !. ALEXANDER, Depul n 3-10-17 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LA .V NOTICE :^~ H : • %  .: .' islni r >.\.\1 RON •' M N.W. 77th V 17 I • | %  %  ne wit-l I -. N '1 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY 'he under business ler thi tmi COZY CORNER ll 673.' S.W s-i. • %  %  .. %  ,\i lei Ro ..i I intends to register said • with the 'lerk of the Cli Court of %  ade Count Ida %  i \ \. I %  WELI.1SCH fi IM HIGHER Y Ittori N thai -' cs 1418 Congr— Bldg rl i NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEEO File 52238 No: Is hereb glvei ll Na%  inl M ilder a of I'IIV of Miami Tax Sal N'lmi • %  dated the Isl d .\ nl .i A.D. 183 • I a Icate In m iffli and hds n adi %  pplicatlon f"i tax deed to ssue thereon in ai' >r Ian e with law Sal i %  it-emtM the following described proper y, situated i:i Da le County, Florida. t.>-wIt: l-.t 4X. Block 8 Subdivision of the D:ilMill.Tract Addition Number One. Plat Book 2 Page To in th.' Clt) "i M'-iin.. County of Dade. state ..i Florida The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was in the name of t'nknown. (Jnless saki Certificate shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue MtereOB on the 2!'th day of November, A.D. 1961. Date I this 2,".th day of October. A.D. 1961. i: B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, F.orlda ise.ili By: H M. LEEPER Deputy Clerk 10/27, 11/8-19-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITiOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERF7BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nan 'HAS H1ME MORTGAGE CO. (Not in'i al 206 Calumet Building. Miami, Florida ints with ihe Clerk .'ourt f Dade > 'ount ^ I loi • \ RI. i-:s in M : HERBERT E. KADFM w Attorn. > for Applicant 10/21 IN THE CIRCUIT COU=>~ CF T"E HTH JUD CIAL C RCU T IN AND FOR DAD" % %  > x .OR'DA. IN CHANCERY No 6tC ::39J THE SEAM v.\ VN C FOR 8AV1NOS IN •' %  "Y v \-A Yor i f PHILIP o HA1 HA DKAN H VLLER, I iwife Del %  I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: PHII i HAZ • VN HALX.BR, his Wife Resldi l .. %  -i RE: Lot .'. In Block i 1 .AKE8 Dfl MAN' (R, i • • in • • i : lie :• of, % %  %  i i Plat 1 -. 66 at i' %  P tecorda .. • i • Florida Yi il' ARB HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint to I i the hi .described :.t'i,'.-ri\ has been filed igainal you naV you a re •;iy ..f your ansi> er -I pleading to I • compiaiatl i : I %  %  : N -\ l:' • R. .i AI-'IB, 127 So itl W t First SI Miami, Flo 'I la • n I le i h* irlglnal .i n-u .•• Fkn (f tli^ i"lerk of • he Clr< til C >urt, In I for I• ide c -'it'.:: Fl irida on or before he 27th I .%  bier, I 161. If you %  %  ree I Ti i %  :' %  •-.• will be I %  .insv %  the rell f • a I npls.nt %  .'... Dated at M nty.F1 ir Ida, this 24th du> if Del i: l: LB VTHERM \N. .; • !our( is-, Bj H4 FJN KESSLBR Deput) 10 27 ll 3-10-17 IN THE CIRCUtT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JU OlCI AL Cl RCU I T OF FLORIDA, IIX, AND FOR OAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 6:C :t684 MEFT (DIY MK I I ANN' VTKB MERESZCHAK, Plait \ LOI' d LOUIS J. BBRRITT 1 >efeudan< NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION T' ': Ll (UIM 1348 E Bro LOU Id %  HR TO : is East ••'.-' Bi loklyi New York YOU, AND FJACH F YOU, ARM HEREBY n itlf i • cli %  -a mortgage igalnsi trtaln propi rt) ho b i igainst you in the abo\ -styted cs i the Plaintiffs above The propertj .-..ught to he forecios I Is ., > i lows The F.asl 133 feet .•:' the West 19:1 feet of the South 238.78 feet of the Bast '. %  '.I the SW ', ..f the SW ', of the BE '. and the South IS.", feet of the West ,' feel of the South 2?.9.1X feet of the Baal 'of the s,w ', of the s'W '., of the SB1/4 of Section '.'.• Township .".J South. 1 tango 4t Bast, lying and being in Hade County. F'lorida, together with the fixtures and furniture therein. ^"ou are required to serve a copy of your Answer or other Pleading on the Plaintiff*' Attorney. Sheldon N. Lelchuk, ::u:. Btaoayns Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original in the Office of the Clerk of 'lie a hove-styled Court, on ..r before the 4th day of December, A.D., 1861, In default of which the Complaint will be taken as confessed against you, lief requested in Plaintiffs' Complaint. Dated :.• Miami, Dtide County, Florid.!, this Slat dftj of October, 19 !•• B. LE 4.THERM \N Clerk of the c iurt • seal) p .' (PBLANO, Deput) %  • SHELDON N LELCHUK, Esq. Atton • i • :ffs I tig Miami, I' irlda 11/3-10-17-24