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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish noridian
Combining THf JEWISH UMTY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 34 Number 47
Miami. Florida. Friday. November 24. 1961
Two Sections Price 20
169 Jews Among 171
Victims of Egyptian
Expropriation Plan
PARIS(JTA)Egypt's policy of expropriating property of "re
actionaries" under President Gamal Abdel Nasser's program of "Arab,
Socialism" is aimed almost entirely at Jews, the European office of'
the American Jewish Committee reported here this week. Of the
latest 171 "sequestrations" ordered in Egypt, the report stated. 169 of |
--------------------------------------those named are Jews.
Definition
Of Jew'
Rouses Ire
4159 ATTACKS DR. NAHVM GOIDMAWN
Soviet News Agency Hits
Leaders in Israel and US
RID AURISTS PBOTfSTfO PAGt 6A
NEW YORK (JTA) H. B.
(Volf, managing editor of Webster's
Third International Dictionary,
laid here that such descriptions of
Jews in the new edition of the dic-
lionary as "a person believed to ceived here. The text of the Nas-
drive a hard bargain" are always
qualified by the expression "usual-
ly use disparaginly" or "usually
taken to be offensive." The nega- j prived
live detentions of the word "Jew" cannot
Jews affected by the latest "se
questration" orders, the AJC office j
said, have not only had their prop-1
erty confiscated but have also been
barred from membership in vari-
(Mil clubs and societies, and ban-
oed from serving on any business !
or cultural board. The latest list '
of 171 was seen by the AJC here j
as part of the general policy of
Egypt property "nationalization" I
which has struck so far at 593 per- ;
sons, "a large part of whom are |
Jews or of Jewish origin."
A complete list of property own-
ers affected was published in the
Beirut newspaper, Al Hayat re-
ser decree, printed in the news-
paper, states: "All Jews included
in the list of sequestrations are de-
of their civic rights and
serve as guardians, care-
in the new edition provoked inquir- lakers, or proxies in any business
ies- association or club, nor can they
In a telephone interview with the be members of clubs or societies.
J 9 ish Telegraphic Agency from
Springfield, Mass headquarters of
the dictionary's publishers, the
Iferriam Company. Wolf said that
it was the philosophy of the dictio-
nary's e.litorial staff that any dic-
tionary that is supposed to present
a record of the English language
ac it is used in the year of publi-
catien --hould present most current
usages of words.
Rockwell Says
He Will Talk
;.o.\D,)N (JTA) While West-
ern sources in Moscow confirmed
Monday the arrest and imprison-
ment of three leaders of the Jews
in Moscow, in addition to the pre-
vious imprisonment of three Len-
ingrad Jewish leaders, the Soviet
Government's news agency, Tass,
has bitterly attacked the world-
wide protests against Russia's new
series of anti Jewish manifesta-
tions.
An English-language commentary
by a Tass writer, Igor Orlov, dis-
tributed only to foreign correspond-
ents in Moscow, charged that the
recent conviction of the three Len-
ingrad Jewish leaders was the
signal lor the start of u campaign
..bout "a wave of victimization Of I
Soviet Jews."
Charging that the "episode"
would have been ignored by the
Western press, "if the defendants
had not been Jews," Orlov brack-
eted in his statement the Israel
Government, the Jewish press,
the Administration in Washing-
ton, Arthur J. Goldberg, U.S. Sec-
retary of Labor, and Dr. Nahum
Goldmarin, president of the World
Jewish Congress.
Orlov said that Israel "agents"
Continued on Page 9-A
CJFWF Concerned Over
Treatment of Russian Jews
HiAlTH AND AGIO WflfAKt
PACl 5-4
He said the Third New Inter-
national Dictionary defines Jews
in three categories noun, ad-
jective and verb, and in several
"senses." The noun "Jew" in
the new 1961 edition includes as
Continued on Page 3-A
London Court i
Orders Trial
Of Abductor'
LONDON (JTA' Shalom
Shtarkes, the young Israeli ortho-
dox school teacher whose extradi-
tiii. is being sought by Israel for;
alleged abduction of his nine-year
i Id iu phew, will have to stand trial
lor extradition on Dec. 12. a magi-'
Etrate's court ruled here this week.!
Sir Robert Blundell. sitting asi
the magistrate, ruled there are |
three charges against Shtarkes.-
The accusations, as listed by the
court, are 1. Shtarkes committed
perjury in Israel; 2. He "stole"
ssele Schumacher, his nephew,
whose whereabouts are sought by
the Israeli authorities; 3. He "con-
fined an abducted person, refusing
tc surrender him."
The defense fought hard against
lunher detention of Shtarkes,
claiming: 1. He did not "abduct"
the boy but was given custody of
the child by the boy's grandfather
Continued on Page 10-A .
ARLINGTON, Va. (JTA)
George Rockwell, leader of the
American Nazi Party, said this
, veek he would go through with
:ourt-delaye in New York City now that the Uni-
ted States Supreme Court has in
effect supported his constitutional
right to do so. The high court re
'used to review a ruling of New
! Vork courts that Rockwell could
not be refused a permit to speak
in Manhattan's I'nion Square.
However, the self styled Nazi
leader added his visit to New York
ror that purpose might be delayed
tor a few weeks or even a few
months so that he could time his
speech "for maximum propaganda
value."
He was refused a permit by
the New York City Parks Com-
mission in May 1960 and took the
case to court with the help of the
American Civil Liberties Union.
Justice Henry Epstein of the State
Continued on Page 9-A
KAIit miASUKES RlSPONStBtUTItS PAGE 11-A
DALLAS(JTA iThe tour-day general assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds concluded here with the
adoption of numerous important resolutions, including one expressing
the concern of the American Jewish community with the treatment of
Jews in the Soviet Union.
Another resolution adopted by, -
the 1.000 assembly delegates, rep-
resenting 800 Jewish communities,
called on American Jews to in-
crease their contributions in 1962
to meet pressing domestic and over-
seas needs. The call emphasized
that Jews in Russia "will be giv-
en the same rights as other
groups" to religious expression
and cultural fulfillment.
The CJFWF call lor the raising
that, in 1962. the Jewish communi-' ol upward or $165,000,00 in 1962, to
ties must raise for these purposes meet pressing needs, declared that
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more than $165,000,000.
In the resolution on the Soviet
Union, the assembly pointed out
that the Council of Jewish Fede-
rations and Welfare Funds has.
in the past, expressed its concern
over the deprivation by the Soviet
Union of the rights of Jews to main-
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"the dramatic changes which have
emerged in recent months pose an
historic challenge to the resource-
fulness, flexibility and strength ot
Jewish federated fund-raising in
Our communities." The statement
continued:
"The requirements of greatly
Israel Lines Up
Against Bigotry
In So. Africa
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Israel again condemned the Repub-
lic of South Africa here this week
for its policy of Apartheid and
called lor adoption of a resolution
in the General Assembly's Special
Political Committee deprecating
South Africa's "policies based on
racial discrimination" as "repre-
hensible and repugnant." However,
Israel opposed .clauses in that reso-
lution which would result in possi-
ble expulsion of the Republic of
South Africa from membership in
the United Nations.
Israel's stand on the issue was
voiced in the committee by its
representative, Ambassador Aneh
Eshel, Israel's Deputy Permanent
Representative. The resolution was
first introduced by seven African
and four Arab League members of
the United Nations. Thirty na-
tions are now among the resolu-
tion's sponsors.
Pointing out that Israel and the
United Nations as a whole have
appealed to South Africa in prior
years to end its policy of racial
discrimination, and recalling that
Israel, as a Jewish State, found-
ed upon the principles of Zion-
ism, opposes racial discrimina-
tion wherever it occurs, Mr.
Eshel told the committee that
Israel finds it necessary to back
the 30-member resolution.
Eshel referred in his speech to
the fact that Israel had voted in
Continued on Page 2-A
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tain their religious and cultural increased numbers ol immigrants
institutions and practices.
"Under the shock of reports of
recent events regarding the treat-
ment of Jews in the Soviet Union,
this concern remains unabated,"
the resolution stated. It expressed
the hope that the force of public
opinion, "reflecting the eon-
science of mankind," will bring
an end to Soviet attacks on Jews
and Jewish institutions. The reso-
lution also expressed the hope
, coming to Israel, to the United
States. Canada and other countries;
the recognized needs ol our major
national and overseas programs;
the vast complex of unresolved na-
tional and local health. Jewish edu-
cation and community relations
problems; the new opportunities
made possible by the advances of
x ience to overcome hitherto in-
soluble problems all place pro-
Continued on Paqe 8 A
Golda Will Defend Refugee Stand
UNITED NATIONS Israel's Foreign Minister Colda Melr
arrived Sunday in New York from Jerusalem to lead the Israeli dele-
gation at the United Nations in the battle on the Arab refugee issue
which delegations from 11 Arab countries are determined to raise
with unprecedented fury.
Mrs. Meir arrived a day before
the UN Palestine Conciliation Com-
mission was expected to file a re
port dealing with the refugee prob
lem. On Monday, the PCC report
was scheduled to be handed to the
General Assembly. By the end of
next week, or by Monday oi the
following week, the Assembly's
special political committee will
open debate on the PCC's report
as well as on the annual report of
John H. David, director of the Uni-
ted Nations Relief and Works
Agency for Palestine Refugees.
From that point on, it was
foreseen here, Israel will face
the fiercest barrage of Arab at-
tacks it has had to endure in
many years. The Arab delega-
tions will make an all-out effort
Continued en Page 6 A
Irving Kane was reelected to
a third term as president of
the Council of Jewish Feder-
ations and Welfare Funds at
the CJFWF general assembly
in Dallas, Tex., last weekend.



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Paga 3-A.
'New* Defini+JOn Beth David Adult Co'illion
Rouses Ire
Continued from Page 1 A
one of the "senses" the definition
"A person believed to drive a
hard bargain." Mr. Wolf noted
the phrase "believed to" as in-
dicating popular usage and un-
derstanding of one of the "sen-
ses."
The adjective "Jewish" has as
one descriptive phrase, "usually
taken to be offensive." The verb
includes a definition "to cheat by
I sharp business practice" and this
I la followed by the phrase "usually
Dade Heights Choral Gorup participated in a row (left to right) are Gary Lampert, Stanley jjalWBMto be offensive." ^ The word
recent television program over Wv^KT. Top Galansky, Edwin Farber, Barry Arem, Mickey
tow (left to right) are Dan Medvin, director, Shlachtman, David Mitchell. Bottom row (left
Barry Bell, Karen Raben, Laurence Arem, Da- to right) are Jonathan Lampert and Pam
v:d Farbstein. Rabbi Harold Richter. Second Shlachtman.
Beth David C< ngri an-
a
en-week cour& i" ba
ing, under the d i
: Classes ill b i S
8 p.m.. in Room 7 of the new B H
David building. Couples .::<': I
in registering can con;act
Louis Spector. chairman, or Mrs,
Roy Mack.
kike" also appears in the new
edition, as a definition of Jew. fol-
lowed by the phrase "usually tak-
>n to be offensive."
Demand Rehabilitation of Former SS
Dr. Narot Gets
Valor1 Award
The "Volunteer of Valor" award,
a mark of special recognition
designated by Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital, will be presented to Dr.
Joseph R. Naro
at a dinner Mon-
lay evening in |
Temple Israel.
Dinner chair ,,
ii a n H a r o I
Thurman, has an
INN (JTAi Informed po-
ll sources here this week as-
i that rehabilitation of former
members of the SS. Hitler's elite
trd, was one of the demands of
! Free Democratic Party in the
current coalition tuik> with Chan-
cellor Konrad Adenauer's Christ-
ian Democratic Union
The demands, it was reported,
include an amendmnt to a pen-
sion law and a bill for general
amresty of Naxi crimes "with the
exception of those perpetrated for
personal, deliberate and individ-
ual criminal motives." A draft
for such bill, offered by Free
Democratic Deputy Ernst Achen-
bjcli, has been circulated among
Bundestag deputies for the past
two years.
Otto Ei.senmann, another Free
Democratic Deputy, told a meeting
of the HIAG. the SS aid organiza-
tion, in Rendsburg Sunday that it
was "about time" that former mem-
bers of the regular SS were fully
rehabilitated.
Beth El Adds
Faculty Member
Beth El Congregation announces
the appointment of Nathan Stern
t) -he faculty of its religious school.
Abe Chiel, president, said
nesday that Stern "is highly
amended, and brings with him
r-iny successful years of Hebrew
teaching."
The new faculty appointee is li-
. J by the Bureau of Jewish
E lucaflon here.
v'm) announced Wednesday was
the congreg;i!. religious'
ation committee, which will
.. is with Rab'j: mon Schiff,
tual leader i! Beth El and
vipal of the school.
mmittee Includes leorge Bass.
rris Eckhaus ray, Hy-
the noted "euthanasia doctor."
The latter is scheduled to go
on trial at Limburg next Febu-
rary on charges of conducting a
program of "mercy killings" for
the Nazi regime.
Dr. Bourweig is now employed
by the Defense Ministry at the Mili-
tary Hospital Institute at Freiburg.
Previously, he was psychiatric ad-
viser to the Social Court at Flens-
burg. He has also been employed
as army personnel chief in t h e
state of Schleswig-Holstein.
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Boasted He Gassed Jews
DARMSTADT (JTA> Wer-
i ner Teichert, a 43-year-old former
SS Major, was under arrest here
this week on charges of libel and
public condonation of Nazi crimes.
He was arrested after insulting
guests in a Darmstadt hotel by
May Hurt Prosecution
FRANKFURT (JTA) The
recent action of the Frankfurt
Court of Appeals in rejecting a
prosecution complaint against the
release of a former Nazi police of-
ficer may have serious conse-
quences for many other cases pend-
ing against former Nazi criminals.
Dr. Fritz Bauer, Hessian Attorney
General, told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency here this week.
The appeals court confirmed the
release of Erich Bunke, a 54-year-
old customs inspector, who was
detained on charges of shooting j singing Nazi songs and claiming $ocjfl/ fl^ fl0J Dance
22 Danish resistance fighters. The; he had personally gassed Jews,
appeals court found that Bunke had I In April. 1960 he was sentenced to
acted on the basis of a Hitler order six months in prison for a similar
Dr. P G. Gove. editor of the
dictionary, confirmed to the JTA
'.hat the offending definitions were
eliminated in the 1949 printing of
he second edition and not restored
in >ubsequent printings of that edi-
'ion. He said thi- was done to
make room for new words related
*o jet propulsion and not because
ol any feeling that the definition
should be removed because they
might be offensive.
Wolf told the JTA that similar
admittedly derogatory definitions
of other groups also appear in the
new edition, such as Dago for a
person of Italian or Spanish de-
scent,, and the term "nigger." in
the definition of Negro, also de-
scribed as "usually taken to be of-
fensive." He said no protests had
been received from groups repre-
senting any of the nationals or de-jfor 7 p.m., and will be preceded
scendants of groups whose defini-jDy a reception and cocktail party
tions in the dictionary included in-'at 6 p m according to chairman
suiting or offensive definitions aris- Thurman. with several hundred
Ing from popular usage. businessmen, friends and welfare
and religious leaders in attend-
nounced that tin
jfficers, trustees
and friends 0
.he hospital ha\'
named the spirit
ual leader as n
cipient of the >. i/i
award "for hi* exemplary leader-
ship and outstanding service to his
community, in general, and es-
pecially to Cedars of Lebanon Hxs.
pital."
He will be cited for his sup-
port of the development fund ac-
tivities "to construct a new nan
sectarian medical facility tj
heal the sick of all faiths, re<
gardless of race, religion, or eco-
nomic status."
The benefit banquet is scheduled
at the end of 1943 to kill captured offense
resistance fighters "in secret."
The Sociable Club, for single
adults between the ages of 21 and Hammond. Jerome Jackson.
ance.
Thurman announced that the fol
lowing will serve on the dinner
committee: Dr. and Mrs. Morris
Blau, Ben Breslauer. Dr. Edward
Sam
The court ruled that at that
time, the shooting of partisans
was not considered a violation of
international law and that there-
fore Hitler's order, and its ex-
ecution, could be considered only
an act of homicide.
The court further ruled that the
statute of limitations was effective
in homicide cases, rejecting the
prosecution's focmal Inl
of the 15-year iimitai 1 -
April of last >>'av
Dr. Bauer said the decision "may
A
t he
non-commissioned officer ef
West German army, whose
39, held a dance Sa t u r d a y jLuby, Louis B. Maisin. E. Albert
night in the Riviera room of the Pallot. Dr. Reuben Rochkind. and
Beau Rivage hotel. Hcstess was'Howard Rosendorf. Pallot is Ce
re-
name was not given, was arrested Harriet Ginsburg, and host. Dave'dars of Lebanon development fund
with Teichert at the hotel. Friedland. chairman.
10W COST HOAIf
rcan Kam, Sam Miller, Abe Pepper, become precedent :n numerous
k Rappaport, I i Singer, and10tner cases pending which last
Zalis.
Rabbi Schiff
Will be Speaker
"The Life and [hi cf Mai-
IB 'des" will be the subject of an
aiiress by Rabbi 3c imon Schiff.
ritual leader of Beth El Congre-
gation.
ibbl Schiff v uesl speak-
er at a forum d n on Tues-
evening at the V L. PeretZ
- >ol, 1545 SW 3rd Miami.
year we took the precaution of reg>
Istering before the statu e of limi-
tations on homicide charges went
into effect "
Helped to Kill Nazi Victims
KIEL (JTA) Proceedings
that may lead to a trial were or-
dered by the Circuit Court here
this week against Dr. Bruno Bour-
weig, a physician now employed by
the West German Defense Min-
istry, on charges that during World
War 11 he aided Dr Werner Heyde,
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Health and Aged Welfare Discussed
Leonard Wien (far left), chairman of the Founders Club of Mt.
Sinai Hospital, tells Sam Friedland (seated) a "birthday story"
ct the stag birthday party dinner given in Friedland's honor
by his co-founders and trustees last Thursday evening at the
Diplomat hotel. Listening in are Max Orovitz, immediate past
president of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and J. Gerald Lewis, pres-
ident.
Charcowskys Will
Take Hebrew U.
Bahamas Tour
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcow-
sky, of Miami Beach, national
l( arlcrs of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem, will be among those mem-
bers of the South Florida Division
taking the Dec. 5 cruise to Nassau
aboard the SS Jerusalem, presi-
dent Jack Gordon s^id Wednesday.
The' Charcowskys have donated
more than a third of a million dol-
lars to the Hebrew University, and
( harcawsky Square, the entrance
to the new campus at Givat Ram.
is named in their honor
Mrs. Bertha Solomon, founder of
the South African Friends of the
Hebrew University and first wom-
an member of the Parliament of
South Africa, will be -juest of hon-
or on the Hebrew University seg-
n.int of the tour.
The noted lawyer and journal-
ist, mother of Mrs. Michael
Comay, will arrive in Miami
Beach or. Dec. 1 for a series of
r-e.tings with local leaders of
the American Friends.
Deluxe accommodations aboard
tl.c Zim Lines' passenger ship
been arranged by the South
Florida Division. The tour will de-
part at noor,, Dec. 5. and return
by airplane Dec. 7 from the Ba-
hamas.
Plans fcr the first National Wom-
en 8 Division conference of the
American Friends ever to be held
in the South, slated for the Amer-
icana hotel on Jan. 30 to Feb. 2,
wire outlined at a tea last Thurs-
day at the home of Mrs. Lee Rat-
ner.
Mrs. Louis Glassrr has been
nnmed conference chairman.
DALLAS (JTA) Community-
wide coordination of medical and
nursing resource*, for improve-
ment of the care of the aged and
chronically ill. was recommended I
here in a report to the -General
Assembly by the Council' of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare Funds.
The report resulted from an in-
tensive, four-year study sponsored
by the CJFWF health planning
committee. Louis Stern, of New-
irk, N. J.. chairman of the com-
mittee, headed a group of 90 lay
and professional representatives
from communities throughout the
country, many of them with wide
i xperience in health planning. Dr.
Franz Goldmann. former professor
of public health, headed the study.
The research was financed in part
by the United States Public Health
Service.
Jewish organizations that coope-
rated in the research basic to the
study include.i 187 hospitals, special
institutions for the long-term sick,
homes for the aged, family service
and vocational service agencies,
and welfare federations. Five key
ecommendations were made in
the report, which will be analyzed
and discussed here by delegates
to the Assembly. The main recom-
mendations are:
1. Expansion of the functions
of general hospitals to include
responsibility for acute hospital
service for the chronic sick, cal-
ling also for greater cooperation
between hospitals, long-term in-
stitutions and social agencies.
2 Conversion of the functions of
homes for the aged into service
for the long-term care of physically
and mentally impaired adults, plus
Essay-Art Coniest Planned
Adult Courses
At Temple Judea
Temple Judea's program of adult
education continues with the
fourth session on Tuesday at the
Temple.
Rabbi Mordecai Podet's course.
"The Saga of Our Faith." is pre-
sented from 8 to 8:50 p.m., and
Dr. Donald D. Michelsou's course
is from 9 to 9:50 p.m.
The courses are given in lecture
form, and the public is invited to
attend.
Entry blanks for the annual
essay-aii contest of the Bureau of
Jewish Education have been dis-
tributed to all Jewish schools, ac-
cording to M. A. Baskin, Bureau
president.
The contest, co-sponsored this
year by the American Jewish Con-
gress Florida Women's Division,
includes two subjects: "Peace
What docs Judaism Say About It?"
and "Man's Responsibilities to Man
The Jewish Point of View." Con-
testants may choose either of the
subjects.
The are subjects include orig-
inal drawings, posters, sculpture
and other art objects of Jewish
content refering to peace or man's
obligations to others.
Prizes for the contest are:
first prize in both contests, a
S50 U.S. Bond; second prize,
$25 U.S. Bond; third, fourth and
fifth prizes, books on Jewish
life.
Judges for the contest include
Reyna Youngerman and Charles |
Jacobson. artists; Leo Mindlin.
executive editor The Jewish Flor-
idian; Mrs. David Muskat; and
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
Rules of the coniest iimit entries
to boys and girls. 12 years or over,
who attend Jewish elementary or
high schools in Greater Miami and
Hollywood.
The essay must have no less
than 250 words, and the art objects
must be of original design. Dead-
line for the contest is Jan. 29.
'he development of other conini li-
I iy services for the care of he
| healthy aged.
3. "Vast expansion" of h< ne
care programs for the aged.
4. Development of "system c
j plans for inter-agency and inl r-
! proiessienal cooperation."
5 Development of new patte as
, >i association by voluntary, r n-
j profit agencies and instituti -
with government insurance org:.ni-
! zations and commercial en Br
I prises.
The study found that, "tho igh
hundreds, perhaps thousands I
I new agencies have sprung up in
i.c nl years :o serve the increa- -
i number of aged and chronical!} ill,
each meets only segments of their
nealth and social needs." Now,
: the report stated, it is "urgently
necessary" to develop a coordii ft-
^d network of social, health 1
welfare services, which W( il !
make maximum use of available- re-
. ources."
United States Surgeon General
I Luther L. Terry, in a foreword to
'he report, stated: This report,
coming from one of the natH
leading voluntary resources of Cjre
n thi< field, is especially timely."
He emphasized that the ret n-
mendations in the report "ref ct
. high sense of public responsi' li-
ly in the field of health and \ el-
fare," and commend the document
"to the serious attention of all | r-
j sons interested in health and m i-
cal activities."
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"WHO HAVE ALREADY CHOSEN BURIAL ESTATES I2ST
5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET MO 1-7693
Miami s oldest and finest exclusively Jewish Cemetery and Mausoleum
Too many people intend to select a family burial site
"someday," but never get around to it until they are
faced with an emergency. This means making a hasty
decision under great emotional stress and hasty
decisions are seldom the best ones. That's why you'll be
so wise to join the thousands of other esteemed Jewish
families who have already made the decision that will
lighten the burden so much, when loved ones are left alonf
Their selection of Mount Nebo, Miami's oldest and finest
Jewish Cemetery, has been made after the same con-,
sidered investigation and thought that you would devote'
to selecting insurance or making a will.
Like them, you too will find so many reasons why
beautiful Mount Nebo can be your only choice.
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Mount Nebo's Perpetual Care Fund
NOW EXCEEDS $150,000
:-tered by The First National Bank of Miami, which
lets j? its trustee, this steadily increasing fund is the
il of its kind owned by any Jewish Cemetery in
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cation of Mount Nebo's grounds. To you this means
owning a burial estate in surroundings that will always
be maintained with parklike beauty and perfection.
M >'- NT NEBO IS SO CONVENIENTLY LOCATED
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MOUNT NEBO IS SO WELL-ESTABLISHED
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Page 9-A
Task Attacks Leaders
In Israel and U. S.
Continued from Pg 1-A
hud "involved some Soviet citizens
o. Jewish nationality into their es-
, age activities," who had "sold
themselves to the foreign'intelli-
gence." Denying they were lead-
,)1 the Jewish community, he
i stained they represent "nothing
1 no one." H a tacked "the
Zionist press in Israel, the Minis-
- in Premier David Ben-Gurion's
Government, who want to make a
1 impression on Washington."
med the attackers were joined
I; Secretary of Laoor Goldberg,
and accused Dr. Golimann of "tak-
ing the same line.'"
Orlov denied that Jews as Individ-
,. s are "subject to any kind of
racial (liscrimir.ac.) i in tne USSR."
(In New York, the Day-Jewish
Journal, a Yiddish newspaper, re-
plied that a number ot prominent
Jews in the Soviet military service.
a- well as well-knewn Russian-Jew-
i- i army veterans, appealed to
USSR Premier Nikita S. Khrush-
ch< v. tinring the recent Communist
Congress in Moscow, for restora-
tion ol full rights to Soviet Jews
The Jewish-Russian army men re-
portedly presented a memorandum
which was signed, among others,
by Gen, Jacob Kreiser, head ot So-
viet forces in th.' Far cast; Maj.
(.i .. David L. Nemstov; Vladimir
A Duchni; an officer named Pih-
hatze, and others.;
Replying to the Tass statement
made in Moscow, quoting him about
his evaluation ot tne situation ot
the Jews in the Soviet Union, Dr.
Goldmann told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency:
"The reference In the Tass state-
ment to my previous statement mat
there is no anti Semr.ism against
individual Jews in the Soviet Union
i^ correct.
"Theie it no persecution f in-
dividual Jews in the USSR and
the Jews are treated as equal
citizens, although economically
there may be some discrim.nation
againsv Jews and although they
are practically excluded from cer-
tain categories as, for instance,
the foreign service. But such
situations exist in other countries
too, and this alone would not rep-
resent a serious problem. The
real problem of Soviet Jewry
is one of discrimination against
them as a group both religiously
and nationally.
"As a religious group, they are
uVtiied facilities which other reli-
gious groups, like the Orthodox
Church or the Moslem minorities.
possets, Then- arc. by far. not
enough synagogues. With the 'ex-
ception of the small yeshiva in Mos-
cow, there is no possibility to train
rabbis; there is no religious litera-
ture, etc.
"As a national minoritythe Jews
in Russia are recognized as a na-
tionality they have practically
none of the facilities whic'n o'iier
nationalities possessnamely their
own schools, their own press, their
OV) n theatre, their own literature.
"Lately, there was some im-
provement indicated by the appear-
ance of a Yiddish journal and the
preparation of the publication of a
i few books of living Yiidish writers
Just because of this slight improve-
ment which raised great hopes
, among many Jews, the shock was
| all the greater when we learned
about the arrest of the Jewish
leaders in Leningrad and Moscow.
"Nevertheless, I am not sure
if this indicates a radical change
to the worse of the Jewish situ-
ation in the Soviet Union, and we
have to wait for furtner develop-
ments before we can pass judg-
ment.
"To sum up the Soviet-Jewish
problem, it is in my opinion not one
of racial anti-Semitism against in-
dividual Jews but a problem of
discrimination against the Jewish
community as a minority which
would be condemned to disintegra-
i tion if the present policy should
continue for a long time. And as
this concerns nearly 3.000,000 Jews.
Jewish public opinion will have to
continue to press tor a change in
the present policy and to demand
j that the Jewish minority get the
same facilities and rights which
i other minorities in the Soviet Union
possess."
Left to right are Jacob C. Fishman and Joseph W. Malek,
newly appointed co-chairmen of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict Luncheon C- lub. The organization will open its 16th
season of winter luncheons on Wednesday noon at the Ritz
Plaza hotel. Guest specker will be Dr. Morton J. Robbins, of
Nashua, N.H., noted Zionist leader. Assisting in arrange-
| ments are Herma n Weintraub, Joseph Alter, Herman Wilson,
f Louis Rabinowitz. Sidney Raymond, Mrs. Bessie Greenwald,
Harry Gordon, amnd Gil Rappaport, executive director.
Dr. Wolf son, Student of Spinoza's Belief,
To Mark His Eightieth Birthday Friday
Sinai Schedules
Cardiology Series
The Depai of In tern I
lied HI is] il will
sponsor a i te
series < :i "Currei I cepts i
Cai log; from N .. 27 ihr tugh
Di i i in Louis E. \
torium, with Dr. :'- I Lown, of
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for ail doctors area w h i
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Ihi I. '. Erora Jacob
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Di Lou n is i graii late of John
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icir.e, a Resea r< h Fellow in
Card Peter Bent Brigham
)ital, Boston. Mass.. and Har-
i vard medical school, and has had
two and some 30 papers
I shed dealing with this sub-
(ect.
A dentist who h;_ s lived in re-
tirement on Miami ESeach for many
years will mark bias 80th birthday
on Friday. He is Dr. Abraham
Wolfson, known
throughout t he,
community as|
founder and di
rector of the Spi-
noza Outdoor Fori
um.
Dr. Wolfso
graduated from'
the college oil
Samet to Speak
At Breakfast
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director of the American Jewish
[Committee, will be guest speaker
i at Temple Emanu-EI's weekly
i Youth Service and Breakfast this
Sunday morning beginning at 10
j a.m.
High school students will gather
in the congregation's Sirkin Hall to
jvicw the award-winning film. "The
Boundary Line." which is narrated
by Walter Abel and depicts the
: history of hate through the various
ages of mankind.
At the conclusion of the film.
' Samet will lead a round table dis-
I cussion.
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in 1907, and prac-
ticed in New
York for some 35
years. In 1942, he urned his prac-
tice over to his saon, Oliver, and
oame to Miami Bc=ach.
He has since liv ed in what he
calls his "hermitage." a unique
penthouse at 121-M.lth st.. where
he practices his principal pursuits:
His love ol th -* philosophy of
Spinoia, as extrrsstplified by his
book, "Spinoii-/ss& Life of Rea-
son," published ir- 1932.
Conducting a regular lecture
forum under a hugs*-' canopy at the
site of his home, bearing the name
of Spinoza.
Writing such diverse works as
"The Road to llcak-lth and Happier
Living" and Live a Hundred Years
Happily." two litlMe books preach-
ing the vegetarian, non smoking
existence.
In addition. Dr. Wolfson finds
time to speak bmefore numerous
health and exercise organizations
here, and more re cently has taken
on the news editor-ship of the B'nai
B'rith Luncheon Club and Zionist
Luncheon Club r> f Miami Beach,:
at each of whose meetings he of-1
fers a weekly d igest of current
events.
At the B'nai B'ri*h Luncheon Club I
next Tuesday in Che Lincoln Lane;
restaurant, members will honor Dr. j
Wolfson on the occasion of his 80th
Chess Club Meterings
"Checkmate." This is the only
sound that can !>*- heard in Room
201 at the Coral GSables Youth Cen-
ter on 400 Anastas ia ave. The Chess
Club meets ther every Monday
and Friday from ~7 to 10 p.m. Mem-
bership is open to adults with a
special chess membership. Murray
Cohen is chairmasn of the club.
birthdayand he will reciprocate
with a lecture on the philosphy of
Spinoza.
His beliefs? "I am happier
by far when I am patient and for-
giving, and am more successful
with people than when I was
demanding and complaining."
Declares the octogenarian: "Life
itself is neither good nor evil It is ;
j the scene of both good and evil as'
i one makes it. I prefer to make it
J good and beautiful and lasting as ;
long as possible."
Among his personal, more tragic;
relationships. Dr. Wolfson is the;
uncle of the late world-renowned
pianist, William Kapell, who at
ace 30 died in a plane crash on his
return from a concert engagement
in the Far East.
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fJewisii ikridiairi
Page 11-A
Kane Measures Jewry's Economic Responsibilities
DALLAS (JTA) The full
i; tge of responsibilities and needs
confronting the Jewish communi-
' i in this country and in Canada
ii dividualiy and collectivelywere
outlined here ty Irving Kane, presi-
dent of the Council of Jewish Fed-
rfltions and Welfare Funds: at Che"
i lit g session of the four-day
ral Assembly of the CJFWF.
than 1.000 representatives
communities attended the
ssen : y.i : sessions in the Statler
:. hotel.
Kan< emphasized that this was
pcsl y tl largest Assembly in
thi II 'A F's history. ne pointed
( | -hat the problems discussed at
I e sessions would deal with mil-
of Jewish lives The Assemh-
e said, would formulate direc-
"for Jewish health, welfare,
and culture services In
: .....i ." It would review the
American Jewry in
- 9 ith overseas Jew-
is i m Israel, Europe
N i Africa. It would dis
1 i ; organization of
_ [und-raising campaigns bj
. Ifan funds and fe lerations. Do-
si i gr< al significance
Tare funds and federations
were to form the core of several
mj>lj sessions, Mr. Kane said.
One of the principal speakers
at the evening session, Kane
itressed that unmet needs of im-
migrants to Israel, as well as the
reeds of increased immigration
this year, will require an extra-
ordinary effort by United States
Jewry, in cooperation with the
Jews of Israel. He presented a
comprehensive report on the
findings and recommendations of
a CJFWF delegation which he
headed on a survey of conditions
'n Britain, Europe, Israel and
North Africa.
The delegation, made up of key
Ii. I ers of major American Jewish
rr.unities, visited installations
and services supported by Ameri-
can funds. The delegation mem-
1 also met with counterpart
1 ers in Israel, holding a scries
el 85 meetings in 12 days with goi
c miner.; officials. The latter in-
cluded Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion, leaders of the Jewish Agen-
cy, Jerusalem, and other leaders
i.ri Israel.
Kane warned that it was "easy
to get a false perspective"' of Israel
tf day for "'behind the signs of pro-
gress everywhere, there is the stark
1 d challenging reality of human
1 1 rd and anxiety. There is even
Stanley C Myers, of Miami,
presided as chairman oi the
ennual banquet of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds last weekend
in Dallas, Tex. Principal
speaker was Secretary cf
Health, Education and W
fare Abraham A. Kibicoff.
Myers, a former five-time
president of CJFWF, and
tour.d.r.g president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation, was reelected to the
national board of CJFWF at
the four-day general assem-
bly.
disapprir.tmen: ever help urgently
eeded, and promised, but not re-
ceived."
He reported that Israel's gross
national product "has been increas-
ing eight to ten percent per year"
and that the country has virtually
no unemployment. He said Amen
can Jewry would take great satis-
faction from these gains "which
w. ( I ave helped to bring about but
m -.ius: also recognize that Israel
still has a foreign tra;'e gap of well
over i 000," which he termed
"a measure of Its economic depen-
dence H< said Israel's key prob-
lem was to close the gap.
I t said the sharp rise in immi-
gration, which began las: April,
was c ntinuing and that it required
"that were not in sight when
the Jewish Agency first formulated
its 1961 budget."
He. reported that Israeli lead-
ers "agreed with our delegation
that this should be planned for,
not as a crisis or emergency, but
as Israel's basic objective and
program." He said the CJFWF
proposed "that a five-year plan
might be drawn up that would '
take into account realistically the
fact that immigration comes not
in averages but in waves." The
delegation also suggc'cd that
such a five-year plan "should be
flexible enough to put more
money into transportation and
other immediate needs when im-
migration is high, and into over-
coming t h e backlog of unmet
needs when it is low. The at-
tempt to develop such a five-year
plan is now under way," Mr.
Kane reported.
He said this was the oackground
behind a series of moves in recent
weeks initiated by the CJFWF. He I
noted thai there were "some $30.-
Oiio.Odo ui!standing in August of
this year on the books of our com-
munity organization for i960 and
pn.ir years, must of it therefore
,n addition to the pie
made in 1961." Declaring that
"this money is needed now," he
the conclave would hear a re-
port tomorrow on the results of a
special natiop-wide effort, headed
by Lou Smith of Boston, to collect
the unfulfilh d pledges to local
campai for the United Jewish
Appeal.
American Jews, he reported*
have supplied in the past. 80 per-
cent of the outside contributed
funds used to aid new immigrants
The Israelis." he said, "look to
us 10 continue that level of aid.
That is not the total added cost.
For every ST.000.000 of outside aid
required, the Israel Government
must provide $27,000,000 from its
tax funds to absorb the new immi-
grants. That was a major reason
why our Council decided to insti-
tute an unprecedented drive to help
collect unpaid pledges. It seemed
to us that nothing we could do
here would be so helpful so quickly
as to make available the cash re-
quired."
He explained that these were the
factors behind the UJA decision
"to accelerate the 1962 campaign
by initiating in the fall of i%i with
the goal of $95,000,000some $35,-
000,000 more than 1961 -anticipa-
tion." He said this was also the;
reasoning behind the decision of,
the Israel Government "to initiate
a compulsory loan of S14.000.000
from its own citizens in order in the
next six months to provide for im-
migrant housing, with the inten-
tion to follow it with a further com-
pulsory loan of $28,000,000 in the;
next year."
Discussing the area oi "the basic
question of American-Israel under-
standing," the CJFWF president
said there was "a growing eager-
ness among Israelis to get beyond
the narrow limits of a bcneliciary-
and-beiielactor... relationship with
American Jews, an eagerness to
build a mutual understanding of
much greater depth and scope."
"The Israelis.*' he reported.
"know little of what American Jew
1.-I1 life is really like, how we are
organize.1. what interests us and
motivates us, how we live and func-
tion. And they feel that despite
the greatly increased tourism.
ti-w American Jews know what Is-
raeli life is really like. Our fu-
ture requires that we build this
Indue1 he two-way bridge of un-
rti rstanding and cooperation from
which both of our communities will
benefit."
Dr. Isador Lubin, consultant
to the Jewish Agency for Israel
on programs in Israel, reported
at the session on the Apency's
activities. He reviewed the pro-
gress that has been made since
its establishment in April 1960.
He placed parliculzr stress on
the budgetary controls and audit-
ing procedures that have been
e<;ablished by the Agency, and
on the machinery put into effect
for the allocation of funds made
, available by the United Jewish
Appeal. These, he pointed out,
involved both the consideration
of the fields of activity for which
the Agency should assume re-
sponsibil'ty and the setting up of
priorities which will guide it in
its allocations.
In discussing the difficulties of
arriving at a budget lor the coming
year, -Mr Lghin.referred to the un-
foreseen large increase in the num-
ber ol immigrants that has been
coining to Israel in recent months.
"'Ihe allocation of approximate-
ly $30,000,000 that was made by the
Agency for the current fiscal year.
he said. "Was based on the expecta-
tion thai the inflow of immigrants
would be relatively modest and
thai this amount would be sufficient
to meet ;i large part of the basic
costs of absorbing the new immi-
grants. As a result of the upsurge
in immigration, however, almost
twice this amount had to be ex-
pended by the Jewish Agency in
Jerusalem during the first half of
this budget y< r
"If. as we have every reason to
xpecl ". mmi ii al i< 11 levi '. con-
at "he 1 resent rati for the
next five months, the contribution
oi American Jewry to the cost ol
bringing in and settling J
immigrants in Israel, will consti-
less than one-fourth of the
total thai will be required. The
challenge lacing us is to meet the
extraordinary needs that have aris-
en as a result of the increase in
immigration."
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+Je*ist)ncrkUan
Friday, November 24,
m
Beth ShoJom to Mark Decade of Growth
With Construction of Community House
Left to right are Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom; Louis F. Snetman, campaign chairman;
Isadore Hecht, co-chairman, Living Memorial Fund; John
Serbin; and James M. Albert, president of the Temple.
Rcbbi Leviton Tckes Pulpit
Habbi Richard M Leviton is the
t i ,\ spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El in Ft. Lauderdale, ac-
c< rding to an announcement this
v i ek by Dr. Saul A. Geronemus,
president of the Temple.
Rabbi Leviton succeeds Rabbi
llarim Ranson. who now occupies
the pulpit of Hialeah Reform Jew-
l&h Congregation here.
Rabbi Leviton received his edu-
cation a! the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion in Cin-
cinnati, O.. where he was ordained
in 1956 He served for two years
its assistant rabbi of Temple Sinai
in Oakland. Calif., before accept-
ing the pulpit of Temple Beth El
in Fargo, No. Dak., for three years. '
The new Ft. Lauderdale soint-
ual leader is a native of South
Bend, Ind., where his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Leviton,
still live. In addition to his rab-
binic degree, he holds a Bachelor
of Arts from Indiana University.
At Hebrew Union College, his
Master's was in Hebrew Letters.
Rabbi Leviton i a member ol
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Continued from Page 1-A
Supreme Court aff rmed the re-
fusal on grounds that constitution-
al guarantees of free speech did
not extend to "seif confessed ad-
vocates of violence" under con-
ditions making public riot inevit-
able.
The New York State Appellate
Division threw out Justice Ep-
'tein's ruling, holding that the cityj
lad no constitutional authority "to
exercise prior restraint of the ex-
pression of views unless it is
demonstrated that such expression
a ill immediately and irreparably
create injury to the public weal."
The New York State Court of Ap-
peals upheld the Appelate ruling
and t h e United States Supreme
Court in effect sustained it by its
refusal to review the ruling.
A new Community House will go
up as part of the complex of fa-
cilities of Temple Beth Shutqrq at
Chase ave. and 41st s'., "aJtsoon
as we can achieve the goal set by
our development fund campaign to
mark completion of a decade of
growth and construction on the
part of the Temple." it was an-
nounced Wednesday by campaign
chairman, Louis F. Snetman.
The striking modern architecture
ol the main building and sanctuary
was the work of Percival Goodman.
world-renowned ecclesiastical ar-
chi'.echt. and attracted wide at-
tention when it was completed eight
years ago The construction of the
new Community House will be de-
signed by Miami Beach architect.
Herbert Mathes, who was also re-
sponsible for ihe new alr-condi-
| tioned religious school wing added
this year.
Jack A. Cantor and Isadore J.
Hecht, business and philanthropic
I leaders in M'ami Beach, are
serving as co-chairmen of the
Living Memorial phase of the de-
i velopment campaign.
The demolishing of the old com-
munity building on the site of
which the new structure will stand
has been completed and construc-
tion starts this week.
"We are confident that we will
succeed without delay in raising
the necessary funds for this much-
needed project." Cantor declared,
"because what we are proposing
to build is more than just another
Community House. It is a com-
plete religious center for the ex-
tension of our congregational life
in the truest and deepest sense ol
!he word. That is an objective sure
to meet an enthusiastic response
on the part of every potential con-
tributor."
James M Albert, president of
Beth Sholom. forecast that "this
unique center, with its audacious
but practical design by Mathes.
will offer creative opportunities to
young and old on religious, cultural
and educational levels, far beyond
'.hose previously available for our
congregants."
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of the Temple, hailed the
plans for the new structure as a
"project cf vision and daring that
will pioneer in advancing new
concepts of Jewish Community
House planning for other congre-
gations with comparable aims
and problems."
The Community House will con-
tain a religious assembly hall witii
seats for 35Q; a library of 5.000 yol-
umes ranging from historic Jn-
daica to juvenile works for reli-
gious school students; an audio-
visual material center complete
with motion pictures, records, film-
strips and advanced equipment for
their use; a board and auxiliary
room for Brotherhood. Sisterhood
PTA, Temple Youth and other aux-
iliaries; a gallery for art exhibits;
the rabbi's Study, and offices lor
the general administration stall.
An original feature of tiie roll
gious center will be a unique He-
brew Language Laboratory, com-
plete with every resource for use
of advanced methods in teaching
the language. In addition, there
will be an arts and crafts shop to
encourage creative work in art
forms inspired by Jewish themes,
and much needed storage facilities
for furniture and facilities
A landscaped area of 15.000 >q.
ft., bounded on the south by the
sanctuary, on the west by the new
Community House, and on the north
by the religious school wing, will
create a parklike vista.
Dentist to be Speaker
Miami Beach Dental Society A
meet on Monday at the S.>viHe bo-l
tel at 7 p.m. Gue5t >pcakt.r at J
dinner meeting will be Dr. ia>i
Schwartz, clinic.-; professor ofdlj
tistry at Coluim,.a of J *|
tal and Oral Burger; (il V
speak on "Diagnosis and Manan
meal of Pain ir, Dental Practice.^
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Harmony chapttr cl B'naJ Bftt
Women will hold a rd party
the Lucerne hotel lesdaj ,
ning. Mrs. Eslhi Rsberg '.,',,
39th st.. Miami B. ^
of information.
lilbert Named to Board
Leonard Zilbert. 7504 W. Trea-
sure dr.. North Bay Village, has
been named to the boar.l of gov- ,
ernors of the George Gershwin
Lodge. Knights of Pythias, Miami
Beach chapter.
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<^fn L FROM THE TALMUD
S;.nhcdrin, 92.
A leader who guiJes Israel with
humility shall lead them also in the
U orld to Come.
t
Abot. 4:20.
The Kabbts hat e %aid "Be rather
i tail to a lion than the head of a
JoX."
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V SinhcJrin. in 4 8.
The Roman.?, however, said: "Be
atlier a head to a fox than a tail
' a lion.
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Hagigtk, 5.
Over three do?* God weep daily:
lim who u able to study the
T.-rah and does not; over him who
Ml his time to
and i id over the
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TRANSITION ~
Ein Gedi
A motorbua1. left Sodom on the
shores of the Dead Sea northward.
Hills, rocks a> isolate wilder*
were re* i j to the eyes of
the passengers "Here is Mount
alassada!" exclaimed one of the
passengers. Suddenly a cry of
H mder burst from the mouths of
all tin passengers. "What is this?
Fata Moruana.....No." said the
steersman, "this Is Ein Gedi."
Ein Gedi, which is situated in
the heart of the desert, is com-
pletely covered with an abundance
of trees and shrubs. Here there
are cultivated fields covered with
g een, the fruit of the toil of the
members of Ein Gedi. Because of
the great heat, vegetables ripen
here much earlier, and are the
first to reach the market.
Near Ein Gedi there is a spring
135 metres above the Dead Sea.
and adjoining it. plots of cultivated
land with primitive irrigation ca-
nals dating from antiquity. The
weary trippers bathe in the waters
ol the spring.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
Humanity Should Cultivate
The Habit of Thanksgiving
By RABBI MAX ZUCKER
lemple Adath Yeshurun
Does God need our Thanks?
God indeed does not need our
thanks, but we feel the impelling
need to pour out from a heart wel-
ling wiih gratitude our Thanksgiv-
ing to God. This element of Thanks-
giving aixl praise is the most per-
vasive and characteristic element
of our liturgy. Our Amidah. .for
example, contains a prayer which
is a singularly beautiful anthem of
gratitude for God's manifold mer-
cies to us.
It is a prayer which gives ex-
pression to the Thanksgiving that
we feel for "our lives which are
committed unto Thy hands, and for
OUT Minis which are in Thy charge,
and lor Thy miracles which are
daily with us." When we thank
God anJ praise Him. we are doing
it not for His sake but for our very
own.
Thanksgiving Day is a day set
aside for just such a purpose, in
order that we might cultivate the
spirit of Thanksgiving to the Almighty for his bounties, as we do the
habit of saying "Thank You" to our fellow man for a courtesy shown.
Without this habit, we are apt to take the blessings ol life as a matter ol
course, become sell-sufficient, and forget that there is a God to whom
thanks are due.
There is a legend to the effect that robbers once threatened to disnoil
an ancient monastery. Getting wind of that, the monks took the golden
organ which they had and sank it in the deep waters of a river flowing
nearby. Now the legend has it that people passing the river could hear
the music of the organ though it was buried ceep in the river.
Human beings should be like that organ in the legend. They should
cultivate the habit of Thanksgiving and not wait till the Thursday in
November. For. relegated to one day, Thanksgiving even on that day
becomes more a day for eating Turkey and cranberry sauce, than for
an outpouring of the human soul in genuine gratitude for bounties re-
ceived
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Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later |
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
^ees iet'tffvetTafter That time will be returned as proof of**
their lateness.
RABBI MAX lUCKlR
. cultivating a spirit
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday S:1S p.m. PaturSay 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Tbri i> No Upd Where
There l> So Kiinln.-> Bar Mltivah:
STn-'f sou uf Mr. uii.l Hn, Isidore
Llplnslcy.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantsr William W. Lipson.
P'rldH.v 13 p.m. Hen nor "In I
i ini-.' .--., i uraii > ..... > non
sii.ii to Where I Mlti llnb-
11 ol Mi and Mi Ml -hael
> "i.v In,

BETH EL. "LCO SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
l ii .i i |i.n Sal
u iiliudt.' i- ii i:.. n.i!
\ Irtue '

BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Cantor Hym.in Fine.
I-": iI. > v i". p.m Kermon "KucapUim j
I- X ii i he Ai.su S iturda) :
i ii' Bur Mltsval Alan, -!! < Mr
mil Mi. i "li.irl. .- u elusniau.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
Krlda i". p.m, s iturdi la.i Sei -
'The fc'plrlt ..: Thanksgiving."

BETH JACOB 301-311 Wishington
ave. Orthodox. Raobi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Man-.ches.
Kridaji 5:1" p.m. Saturlaj ft:30 a.m
S'ermim: ''When Brother* Meet liar
VIUz\ -H Arthur, son o( Mr. and Mr*.
Me3 'i Welnger
.
GEMS OF WISDOM
It i> ijood to nive thanks unto
he Lord BIBI I
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Give thanks to the Lord for He
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vrse il.ri-i
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t'j.! ji:i '(u!
m d kM
In all 5dl ,:>ld
**rayen will be except
hat of Thdn^sgn ing.
- I : VIT1CI RABBA.
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1/ j Jew breads a I : he than
Jod ;:. did nol hr:dl^ h.ith l(
.; he breast h .:.:i he thanks God
'ie did not break, his nec\.
- v DDISH PROVERB.
I
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
flhy is it that a quorum of adult
males (a Minyan of ten) is re-
quired for the recital of certain
prayers?
The requirement is quite an old
, one. It is found in the Mishnah
(Megillah 4:3) where it is the pre-
: scribed minimum attendance for
l such functions as the recital of the
Kaddish, the public reading of the1
Holy Scroll, the recitation of "Bar-
chu" with its public response. Ke-
dushah, and other items which gen-
erally entail the public sanctifica-l
lion of name of the Almighty The
Talmud bases thi> requirement up-
on the Biblical use of t h e term
F.dah (congregation) when ten men
were involved (in the case of the
ten spies who spoke ill of the prom-
ised landNumbers 14:27).
It is evident from a Mishnaic
source (Avot 3:6> that the Divine
Presence is at hand when ten men
are engaged in the study of the
Law. From this it is generally de-
duced by Kabbahslic sources, that
when ten men are engaged in pray-
ing together, the Divine presence
may be felt among them. Maimo-
nides claims that the prayer of a
body of ten men is more likely to
be heard by the Almighty than the
prayer of a single individual. Psy-
chologically, it is quite evident that |
a greater spirit is generally felt in
the presence of a congregation
praying together in unison than
about one man praying alone.
The number ten being the first
unit of counting thus involves the
first combination of individuals on
a higher plane. While there cer-
tainly is room for individual prayer
in Jewish tradition, nevertheless,
when the prayer calls for the sanc-
I tification of the name of the Al-
i mighty, or when a ceremony calls
j for public acclamation, the quorum
! of ten is a basic requirement.

What is the derivation of the ex-
pression "Minyan?"
The term comes from a Hebrew
i
Th.is page i> prepared in co
0p< '. : till \. itUdl Li-dd- |
en oj the ^'eaur Miami Rabbin-
oil Assn.
RABBI MAX A LIPSi HITS
i' irdinator
Contributor:
RABB II 0M IN SCHIFP
Gemi or W;>uoro
imiiiii.....i urn mniiiiiinnMini i
root meaning to count." It thus
means "a count," which could tech-
nically be any count. Since the re-
quired "count" ct the men present
at certain prayers is ten, the proper
quorum (count) must have been
referred to as a "count of ten"
(Minyan Asarah) and probably was
later abbreviated to the form of
"Minyan," since it was known that
this count must have been ten.

Why are the last windings of the
Tefilah of the hand delayed un-
til after the head piece has
been donned (i.e., the winding
around the fingers?)
In accordance with the Kabba-
lists, this winding was a symbol
of the "marriage" of the powers
of the mind with those of the
arms. They would therefore not
be in place without the head phy-
lactery already being secured in
place. The Tefillin of the hand
and groom. The windings around
and head are likened unto a bride
the fingers unite them both.
A grateful ?ucst .says "Bleu that
host' Hi>u' many Ut'neS, portiOTU,
calics he brought out for me'" An
ingratc tayt "What JiJ / hate'
A piece of bread, a bite of meat, a
bit of wine; and he served for the
sa\e of hi. wife and children.''
hi N ZOMA.
BETH RAPHAEL. U9 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Saoero. oresident.
Frlda) -i p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
e
BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.
FYiduj 5:18 p.m. Sutur.Jaj 8:30 a.m.
Kerntoiu "Our Place In the Civilised
World." 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Xaatmti
and I.. l,.iin.- m "

BETH TORAH. 1$4th t. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schiu. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
and B:30 p.m. Sermon:
"Self Deception ii- :i Real Art." Bar
Mltivah: Cheryl, da >I Dr. and
Mr- Moit..ii RoHenbluth. Buturaaj
I". ,i m.
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CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th st. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Cershon Levin.
< iii.iin 5:51 :itnl s..\" p.m. Sermon:
'Profurn Thanks and Profound >:i\-
ii.; .-'.. mi da) 9 a.m. Rai Mltavah:
I Ricky, son of Mr and Mra. Al Rouen.
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DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantoi Emannel Mandel.
p.m. s. rmon: "Th
WreM'Ina Jew. Satun i '" a.m.
Sermon "Portion "i (he \\'.-. U. Bui
Mitavali Howard, -.:. of Mr and
Mm Howard Luca

FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pl. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Canter George Goldberg.
'. :' and *:l." i n
Sti ukr fi p Jev -i'.
s in > al Saturdn c i a.m. Bai
Robert, "ii : Mr and Mrs
w Moiire.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Ra'jhi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yeh..dah
He 'braun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 31-5 sw 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabt.i Morion
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
I 1 iitui 8:1* p.m. Sermon:
"Did W Olve Th 'Ml,- .-.,: 1
i:A a.n Bar Mil -vali Harve;, m 11
of Mi and Mra. Abraham Kurland.

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
1 Ida) vr. p.m. Sermon: "The Besl
Vears of Our Lives Dnea. Shabbal
host 'onrad Blalne, In Ii moi
u eddli r annli 1 Barj ol Mr and Mra
Morrla Biti
e
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Garden* rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
H"rtdaj p.m. Sermon "Thankful-
ness, Thankfulness, When An
i'ii' 1?" Saturday 9 a.m Sermon: "A
Return to tin Portals of God." Bar
Mltavah: Jeffrey, aon ol Mr. and Mra.
I.....ire Rabin.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
frldaj 9:15 p.m. Sermon: "Our Amer-
ican Heritaite." Saturday 11:15 a.m.
Bar Mltavah: Leo, son of Mr. ami
Mi Harold Cowan: Steven, aon of
ii and Mrs. Melvin Roaenbaum.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hail. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
:,''''. IS p.m. Sermon: "Thanks-
rTida) :."' p.m Sermon: "Malacni'i
Ancient Query." Saturday 10:SO a.m
Sermon: "Message of Obadlah."
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Vendelowitz.
!' 1 p 1 Jui ir rsv bi r> lei
Saturda; 9
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
i' !'l." |ii" s-i in. 11: "Judaism
and Deniucrac) lur Common Hri-
tuge." Saturda: 10:45 a.m. Bar Mlta-
vah: Samuel, son of Mr. and Mm,
i '.i'. Id Miller.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing,
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Hirsch Adler.
Friday s::'.'> p.m. Sermon: "Moral Re-
armament," guest Rabbi Herman M.
C '.:' II
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Prldaj :'.: p.m. Sermon: "I'm Qlad
1 I ion 1 Bellei In :".i "

TEMPLE JUDEh. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Friday 8 l". p.m. Sermon: "Some
> 1 unite Ji wa ineg b'nabbal hoal.
Sisterhood, Saturda) 10:30 a.m,

TFMPLE MFNo-M. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer A:
OWltZ. Cantor boward Klein.
I- rlda> -. 1 i.m s- im>n 1 'i In*
1 'p Ith Thanka Sei Ice dedicated
to the con
panIclpai Saturdaj y a.m -' n 1
"i he I thi ;..... Bai Mlta-
vah; i ... ..11. .,,, i
1 .1... i 1.. :.. wits.

TEMPLE S NAI OF NORTH M'AMI.
12 10 NE 16th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Btnno M. Wallach.
- How flood
ill-; 1 ird Satu
a.m. 1 tar M ii/.'. ih i. n j son uf
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TEMPLE TIFER6TH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Helm,
-i Sermon "Thai --
Kiviiuj R flu ''-: In 1.. ..f 1 >ur
irchs ".. 1 Shahbi 1 h Mi
and M rs. Ilerbtri Buxba am In I
of son, Fred s hlrthdi Saturd
a.a. Sermon: w kij I'..i 1 Ion."
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative.
Friday 9:15 p.m Queal speaker Dr
rack \ Kapuhan, assoclati professor
psycholoR}' ;it the L'nlveralty of
.' 1. will discuss "Religion a.-.-< t
Kbll w
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TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
EVIda) 9:S0 p.m. Sermon: "Messen-
- of the Lord." Students of Mrs.
'/>.--' Heb \^ .i.i-- i:i participate in
services; their parents "ill hoal the
Oneg Shabbat. Saturday 1:30 a.m.
Bar Mltavah: Barry, aon of Mr. and
Mi's Maj ; :m 1 .!>*.-.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
vi.'i p.m. Sei in..ii: "Let us
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
I rlday 5:16 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon "Responsibility Makes Man-
hood." Bar Mitsvah: Robert, son of
Mr. and .Mrs. Isidore Cohen.
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the exti : icauons ol tfa
trj and i to be concluded
ficanl part that
led the mhabi I
were A brave people |_
they thoui'ht did not hide behind a lot of g
I don't supple Mr Khrushchev who keeps on explod-
ing those 30 megator. bombs readi Rashi He ought
The: r.ething ;n what Rahi -aid Maybe he ought
. read the itory in "he Bible too about David and Goliath.
Khrushchev -ays all this exploding of big bombs i,
Goliath ''>. m I remember, was all enca
in armor, but little I- iair.ed any defensive armor
ighed him down Just give him a little sbng ahot
But what are we to do about if Mr Khrosr-rh'
'.y a menace I '. hombre like Khrush-
4^ reatemng to blov.
irifl The I_w w
into
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Ore but >re powerful
; asl week I 1 U.S. a hes
lie drive *..> o-. ei -
Dg of western br More than A
Khrushchev fears the American voice beii
Let's go back to the Bible again. ,
the future land of Israel came across an Ir
too The wall Of Jericho. What did he do? T*r
Shoot gur.-
No. He did a little broadcasting. Sent his
the city, sounding off their trumpets and the waUs
cbo came tumbling down.
That's what we need now A massive 0 ,ef
cho to overcome the wall of Moscow.
Many are saying we must build shelters a^ains'
danger of world catastrophe.
The Gojd Book can gui le us here too. It's
ill Genesis. Th^ people Acre wicked T
repent but they got worse and worse Noah ia
and he built a public ihottoff dr^ was


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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND fOR D4DF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
N 54186 A
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AAR< N \V"I.MAN
ii i :\. cutor
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ii ay of Novi mbi r, lf>61.
K1MON, HATS* ORCNDWERG
Ex< rutor
Linslej Building
Miami ;'.-'. Florida
11/3-10-17-2'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
II inderaigned, desiring to neage In
i ,-s under the factitious nami ol
RUE 71-. at ;:i"i 79th si eel Causi -
North Bay Village, Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, Intends to reglatei said
ii.. n i ;t h the < "lerk nf the i 'lr< nil
fi li r t if 1 'ii le i iiiinty.
h VLBT, ISC
B Tli.....n M Trushln, President
l I1RNETT ROTH
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Road
Beach, Florida
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FLOF.'DA IN PROBATE
No. 54295
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NOTICE UNDER
FiCT.TIOUS-NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY'GIVEN th:.:
i resigned, d< siring to engagi
i v the fictitious name i f
KENMAR ml KEN MAR ..'. Dadi
i inty, Florida Intends to reglstet
. nami lih th< I Merk of the Clt -
cult Court of Dadi County, Florida,
BUN GLO PRODUCTS CO., INC.
KOVNER A.- MANNHEIMER
Aiii t iii ysfoi B ni i Ho Products
Inc.
11/10-17-24. 1? 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undersigned, desiring to engagi In
tin fictitious name i I
LR1E KITCHENS at 18711 N w
enui M iami, 1- ioi iii.i lnt< ndt
i .....a u name with th I'lei -.
til Court of I >ad< i 'ounty,

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LEOAL NOTICE
NOTICE CF St
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oori In Plat Booh 1 ..; Page 2i
i tlu pul lie n i rds ol I '.. i i
ty, Florida;
3 gether with:
Ki AInator Ri r. Model
K46F11R, Serial No. 3A26056
Venetian Blinds;
and you are required t" file your an-
swer with the Clerk of the Cl
ade County. Florida, at
Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on
i ember '.-'. 1961, and to
serve I p; ol such am w< ..] r
D P CATSMAN, Plalntlfl
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DAVID P. I ATSMAN
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11 '10-17-1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR CADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 6-C 1-.666
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IHT IN THE ACT COMPANY
Inci 11 ran d 1 at Sulti nui
. tt 120 Lincoln Rd., n I .. CItj of
PVorldai Intend ti
;>'.i r thi said nami with the Clerk of
lit Court of I'ade Ci Unt).
da.
TALIANOFF, WALLER ei LIT.MaN
\tt rni tor Applicants
izo Llm in Road
HERBERT MAP.SI1AK
ERNIE HELD
11 8-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi iindi rsigned, desiring t" engage In
business under thi fictitious name of
S BAR \- CHILL .11 248 N.l
Miami, Florida Intend!
tei said nami Itii t ). !li rk 1 '
tit C< art t' 1 .. ants
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1 CAROL CITY, according to the
plat thereof, recorded in Plat
I &gi 78, sheet I, of the public
record;, of I>ade County. Florida;
and you are required to fi'.i youi
answer to said complaint with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida, at the CourthOUSI In
Miami. Florida, on or baton Decent-
I, 1961! and to servi s copy 0:'
.. i: answer upon DAVID P, CATS-
MAN Plaintiffs attorney, wl
In Is 1 iili 1 Dl Bast I
Bl Miami 82 Floi .da. on or
bel : -,,i: date, aj required by the
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' S Ti 1 SIERRA, ... -.....Ing t thereof, 1.....d.-.l in Plal Book
53, al f thi ; -iii.lt- n
of I ;i .>. Kloi Ida .
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GE LA B2 K Ri fl Igi ..t.,r
<; R .1 361 -1. Eli ctrlc Range
Venel la 1 B! nds .
and you are required to file your an-
.-..1 wi.tn iin- Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida, at the
Courthouse In .Miami. Florida, on or
befi cen bei Is, 1961,'and to rv,
.1 1 s i'" such answer upon DAVID
P, CATSMAN, Plaintiff's Attorney,
' I addn -- i.- 1 lih I-.....1 at 1 1
East ("iaglei Street, Miami ':. Flor-
ida, 11. oi bi fi 1 -,c;ii dab as n -
i|.iind l.y :hi Laws o| Florida. If
you fall to .in so, the complaint will
be tar,, ...-. nfessed by you, and a
1'. 1 :. Pro Ci 1,1. so w ill in in. 1 ..I
the relief di manded In
Int.
DATEI this lath da) of Novemhi r.
I.EATHERMAN
lerk of the Circuit
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
erstgm d, desiring ti gai In
inder thi fli titioui nami of
PERL'S SANDWICH SHOP at 287
North Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida,
Intends ti reflate) said name with
thi (": rk if the Circuit Court of Dadi
Count v. Florida,
AARON AL PERLMUTTER,
Si'i imntr
Gi Idn ;.n. Goldstein a. Pa siei
Attorneys for Registrant
\' Hauler Sir. .t
Miami. Fli.. NE 5-0618
II 8-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 6'C 12C66
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MARTIN FINE, 14th Fl.h i
Dad. Federal Bui Ing, Miami :c;
Fo later tl ber 14
Pro Confi sso will
bi enti ed against j,
I.;.''I N er B, 1961
S B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of 111. Circuit Court
1 'ade County, Km Ida
.I 1 y. K M UMAX,
i puty Clerk
n PINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
14th Floor Lade Federal Buiji
Miami :. Florida
1-17-24, 12 1
NOTICE UNDER
F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY 1 /EN thai
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IN A'.r FOR 2ADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. 'N POOBATE.
No. 54106 B
IN RE i -:. te 1 f
Peci 1!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti A I Cri diton at Pi >.- Hav-
ing Claims : Demands Vgalnsl said
Bstati
V11 an hen b> 1 tlfli d and re-
i ai ) claims and fli -
mands which you ma) havi against
estati ROSE i.n 'HTER d. -
.I I.iti of I1 oi. 1 'ounty, Florida,
to t ti. County Judges of Dadi Coun-
ty, and file thi ami In dupllcati and
as provided In Section 788.16, Florida
Statutes, in thi 1 offices In thi Coun-
ty Courthousi in Dadi Count)', Flor-
ida, :-!i 11 six calendar months I
tin Ii:n. of tin first publication I
of. or th. same w ill bi ban 1.1
Dated at Miami, Fli rlda, this 16th
day of Ni vi n r. A D. 1861.
s DAVID sail LICHTER
b) Hi Is'i his Attorney,
As Ex 1
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B> itor
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CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUT'ON
IN THE NAME AND BY
THE AUTHORITY OF THE
* STATE OF FLORIDA
I--. M I. TO whom THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS:
Whereas, ROSE O KAPLAN, mi-
ami BEACH, FLORIDA: JL'LH'H
WEISS, \ll\Ml BEACH, FLORIDA;
OERA1 DINE ADAM, MIAMI BEACH
FLORIDA; did on the 28th 'Ih> ..f
October, A.D. 1848, cause t<> he in-
-11 -.- under the provisions of
tin general corporation law i.f the
nf Florida FLORIDA I.ITH-I-
BAR, INC., a corporation, with Rs
principal placi of business ai Miami
BEACH, DADE COl'NTY, in the
State "f Flu: Ida. and uh.-r.-as the
stocVholders of such corporation did
, i.Mh daj "f November, A.D
161, ni-.- to be filed In the office of
Sei 1 lary ..f State ..f the State
i ,. da a Ci h-. ni .if all the stock -
provisions of said
PI01 id.1 Statuti -. show-
.....tli -ii of such .' I

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NOTICE UNDER
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HY illVEN thai
1I1 1 !!_ to enga -
- .. flctitl '- nami of
RS 3t~, at numbi
-treet I....."ity of North
1. nds to 1 eg
ame w lih the 1 'lerk of
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perman, President
li VRRY ZI'KERNICK
Attorney f< .; plicant
I2fi 1 n< 1 In Rd
Mian,. P.... h, I a.
J-10-17-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
it,. 1, ersigned desiring to engaTe In
b slnesf inder the fictitious name of
HERALD 1 ABRICS at 201 8. Miami
1 -i N Miami Ave., Miami.
Fla.. Intend t. register said name
I n in. erk of tin Circuit Court ol
1 '.,ij. County, Florida
LAl'RENCE ROTHMAN
STEVE RI iTHMAN
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BNGLAN1 BR & Bl'RNET r
Vttorm > s ."" 1 tion
1 Lin- 1 R '. ami 1 ach
il 17-24. 12 l->
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undi rail esl ng to 1
business under thi fi tltlous name o!
"A AC.FNCY at Dadi CotMtty
ntei b register said nami
wltl erk ol the Circuit Court
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fixtures and furniture therein.
fl aired to serve a Cojiy ..f
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ISABEL GROVE
A tremendous amount of hitherto hidden talent paraded before
400 numbers of the 1500 Men's Club and the 1500 Women's Club
when a group show revealed the many professional entertainers
within the ranks Jay Sweet and Jaek Criden responsible for
rounding up the performers and presenting them in a smooth,
fast-paced revue Sunday evening at the Hibiscus Auditorium .
Rita Oppenheimer. former opera and concert star, and Hattie
Wagner, who still sings on radio and TV. featured well-loved arias
and familiar sones in their solo appearances Young and beau-
tiful Marion Kicnman, just beginning her career, sang in both
French and Italian Wonderful support given throughout the
entire production by Harry Gabriel, organ accompanist, who was
sought so often for the same chore in leading theatres in New
York Sam Sneppard, who had worked with George M. Cohan,
and Nat Travis, banjoist and former minstrel man. each gave
their vision of those long ago song and dance men .
Il'i-tesses for the evening were Mrs. Hannah Schoenman and
Mrs. Eetty Block Seen applauding enthusiastically. Mrs. Eve
Chanin. president of the Women's Club, in a sea green Italian
knit suit matching accessories Each choosing black and
making it uhiqi her own. Mrs. Harold Goldstein who highlighted
her cripc Bheath with a pearl and diamond drop Mrs. Fanny
Abrahams, with a glamorous straight black fox stole ever her
pique White mink on a black cashmere sweater over a blouson
draped frock made a stunning ensemble for Mrs. Lester Netter .
And a white satin draped bow from necklne to hem plus diamond
accessories was chic on Mrs. Jane Bransdorf Two who chose
the new bright colors were Mrs. Sol Schimmel and Mrs. Ruth Mook,
the former in a tangerine wool suit with matching shoes and white
satin blouse, the latter in an imported peacock blue silk suit, from
Hong Kong, with boxy jacket, accessorized with three strand pearl
choker and matching shoes and bag.
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The luncheon given by Mattie (Mrs. Frank) Lauer last week-
end at the Seville for her many friends sparkled with her own
special brand of charming good humor Setting off her auburn
hair, the hostess chose a periwinkle brocade sheath with bright,
shiny shoes to match, and a sweater trimmed with a mink shawl
collar Long-time friend, Evvie (Mrs. Albert) Barmack. with
her hair in its usual upswept perfection, wore a white Italian knit
suit with gay red piping ... A two-piece ensemble which included
a daffodil print dress and a solid gold coat lined in the same print
highlighted Rena (Mrs. Fred) Somerstein's very becoming new
hairdo Verj excited about leaving the following day for a
cruise on the SS Jerusalem .
Lots of comment about the beautiful, heart shaped pendant
of a large smoky topaz set in braided gold worn by Mrs. Abe
(Florence) Golan with ring to match, which she had brought back
from her most recent trip to Israel After living in Key West
for 15 years, the Golans are now happy residents of Miami Beach,
B air House. xact...
Others chatl i i about trips, children, grandchildren and Mich.
e Edna (Mrs. James* Chapman, in tangerine and white slim
Imen dress ui ree quarter mandarin coat of solid tangerine
. Lil white check ith pleated skirt And a lavender cashmere
sweater and skirt on Pauline (Mrs. Mat) Sater was extremely be-
coming .
The jade choker on Lil (Mrs. Harry Schiff was the perfect
contra-t to her figure-hugging beige raw silk And Mrs. Lulu
(ilueckoff (Evvie's mother) had every strand of her beautiful white
hair in place and wore a two-piece linen suit .
Also enjoying the delicious food and gay banter, Mesdames
Mortimer Wlen, George Wolpert, Leon Allen. Sam Mell. loe Ma'sel.
Lewis Rosen. Clarence Lundford. Alvin Oppenheimer. Harold Fer-
nald, Louis Gl'ieckoff. Rita Greenwood. Bert Scheuer, Harry Levin,
Sam Katz. Ben Serrant. and Joe Gleicher .
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Twenty guests at a welcome-home party for Mr. and Mrs.
Morris (Yetta) Kogan. 4465 Adams ave.. greeted them when they
returned from their first and extended tour of Europe and Israel
recently Details planned by son, Stephan. a law student at
the University of Miami, son Gerald, who is in the State Attorney's
office, and his wife, Irene, who teaches in the Dade County Public
School system ...
Member of Temple Judea Sisterhood. Mrs. Alfred Reich, of
Coral Gables, elected to the board of directors of the National
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods for four years, at the organiza-
tion's 23rd biennial assembly in Washington. D.C., earlier this
month She's also president of B'nai B'rith Women. Dis-
trict 5 .
The Louis Shafkins are making it a habit having honored
Ceil and Irving Blum with a party on their 20th wedding anniver-
sary' 10 years ago, they are having open house Sunday afternoon
at their home, 5414 Pine Tree dr., to mark the 30th with them and
150 of their friends.
*
It will be several weeks before Lily (Mrs. Alfred) Stone is able
to indulge in her favorite outdoor sport bicycling Although
she's an expert rider, a moment's inattention last week resulted in
a spill and a badly injured leg Temporarily immobilized at
the Shelborne hotel. Lily, who is coordinator of Mizrachi women
here, is hoping she'll get permission from her doctor to attend
a membership tea for the new Hatikva group of Mizrachi on Mon-
day Hosts for the afternoon are Rabbi Alexander Gross, prin-
cipal of Hebrew Academy, and his Shirley, at their home. 4312
Royal Palm ave. One who surely will be there is Mrs. Frank
(Anne) Teitch. president of the new group, who limited her stay at
Safety Harbor Spa to two weeks, to make it.

With the holidays and the many parties and festivities they
occasion so close, new and appropriate clothes are getting even
more attention than usual Aware of this preoccupation with
"what to wear," the Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women is presenting its annual "Carnival of Fashions" on Wed-
nesday evening at the Pan-Air Recreational Club in Miami .
Models will be members of the group ar-d even some of. the h"s-
bands have consented to show in what the perfect escort will be
attired Clothes for milady will cover the wnole range trom
lingerie, sportswear, holiday and cruise lines to cocktail and
evening things and the furs to go with them .
Among the outstanding outfits to -be shown is a white crepe
sheath with all over sequins, scoop neck and low. low, back .
A short formal of pure silk organza with full dancing skirt, to be
worn with or without a T-strap, in aqua ... A silk slack set with
Kelly green skinny pants, and long overblouse with white back-
ground featuring an abstract print of green, pink and aqua, push-up
sleeves and buttons down the front .
The hour before the show will be devoted to an authentic
carnival complete with refreshments and fun mirrors ... All funds
raised are earmarked for B'nai B'rith projects and philanthropies
... So if you want to have lots of fun while choosing your New
Year's outfit, go to the "Carnival of Fashions" Mrs. Alvin
Weinstein, 8750 SW 21st ter., will be able to tell you anything
more you want to know.
"eJewisli Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 24, 1961
Section B
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Members of the earning fund committee of the co-chairman; Jesse Levine, prizes; I. Stanley
Jewish Home for the Aged discuss results of Levine, arrangemen'.s; Barthoed J. Strauss,
their Tuesday luncheon at the Deauville hotel, ganeral chairman; Jay Rechtschaffer, ticket
Left to right are Mesdames Lewis J. Furstman, chairman; and Peter Wolf, publicity.
Chagall Windows
To be Featured
Reproductions of the famed Cha-
2u!! Windows will feature table di-
rections at Saturday night's dinner
dance for the Hadassah Hebrew
University Medical Center at the
Kings Bay Country Club, according
I i ihairman, Mrs. Gerald Schwartz.
-. Saul Genet headed a com-
which made the multi-col-
ored reproductions if the window--,
i on exhibit in New York rv
shipped to l.-rael for in-'
:i in the Medical Center at Ein
n
Prior to the 8 p.m. dinner dance.
men' ei it the spot i Avit j
group of Hadassah will be feted at
a cocktail party al the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Al Goodstein, IL'831 SW
63rd ct.
Proceeds from the function will
go towards the completion of the
Hadassah-Hebrew University Medi-
cal Center.
Checking specifications of the new Hadassah-Hebrew Uni-
versity Medical Center, as evidenced by a scale model, are
(left to right) Mesdames Harold Prince, Kenneth Rosen and
Albert Goodstein. They are hostesses for Saturday night's
dinner dance honoring the completion of the Israel Medical
Center at the Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club, sponsored
by the Aviva group of Hadassah. Mrs. Rosen is vice pres-
ident of the group, and Mrs. Goodstein will give a cocktail
party at her home, 12881 SW 63rd ct., prior to the dinner. Mrs.
Gerald Schwartz is chairman of the function, at which there
will be no fund-raising.
Flower Show for /Members
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shirah
will have an "Orchid Extravagan-
za" for paid up members at the
home of Mrs. Miriam Somberg,
3900 Harlano. Coral Gables, Wed-
nesday evening. Elton Edelman.
florist, will present a flower style
show, and refreshments will be
served.
Emma Lazarus
Chanuka Party
Emma Lazarus group of Hadas-
sah will hold a Chanuka party on
Tuesday noon. Dec. 5, at the home
of Mrs. Fred Beckman, 1435
Cleveland rd.
New members joining the group
will become affiliates of Hadassah
during the organization's Golden
Jubilee Year.
Mrs. Henrietta Fine is member-
ship chairman. Mrs. Johann Ber-
man is president of the group.
Comedy Skit Due
At Member Tea
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
hold a membership tea on Monday
evening in the social hall, 6500 N.
Miami ave. Mrs. Lililian Laster,
membership chairman, will be of-
ficial hostess.
A candlelighting ceremony will
be presented by past presidents and
current officers.
A comedy skit, directed by Leon
Goldberg, entitled "Dr. killah's
Magilla," will be presented by a
cast of Sisterhood members.
Mrs. Julius Harnik will be in
charge of table decorations. In
charge of pouring will be Mrs. Na-
than Zwitman. Mrs. Jacob Meyers.
Mrs. Sam Gitlin and Mrs. Pearl
Comis.
Serving refreshments will be
Mrs. Joseph Saul, Mrs. Ruby Ku-
tun, Mrs. Irving Querido, Mrs.
James Harris. Mrs. Harry Lerner
and Mrs. Benjamin P. Weinstock.
Hadassah Review
Series Resumes
The Miami Beach chapter of
Hadassah will launch its annutll
book review series beginning Mon-
day. 1:30 p.m., at the Algiers ho-
tel.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. book re-
viewer in the series for the past
13 years, will again be featured.
Celebrating the birthday of Hen-
rietta Szold. and in honor of Jew-
ish Book Month, she will review
"The Woman of Valor." by Irving
Fineman.
Proceeds from the series are al-
located to the vocational education
program of Hadassah. which offers
training for future careers and
serves as a rich source of skilled
manpower in Israel's expanding
economy.
Scholarships arc given to capable
students requiring financial as-
sistance. Two-thirds of the stu-
dents ot the Alice Sehgberg Voca-
tion High School last year received
full or partial scholarships.
ORT Plans
Boat Ride
Annual boat ride and Chanuka
c lebration of the Greater Miami
chapter of Women's American
ORT will be held on Saturday eve-
ning. Dec. 2.
Music, entertainment, dancing
and refreshments will be served
aboard. In charge of reservations
for the moonlight cruise is Mrs.
Jacques L. Bril, president, who
announced that reservations are
limited to 275 persons.
Proceeds from the function will
go toward the maintenance of ORT
training centers throughout the
world.


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Friday. November 24, 195!
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Corner
Mildred
Srecrtei Miami Council of Ficr.eer Women honor Mrs. .-"
Khou iie oi the mayor oi Haifa I- icheon at
-he AJ : :: right are Ml &
Khoushy end *-":-; Sidu national president oi
Women, ;~d a surprise guesl at the luncheon. "':; -
a pe: the mayor's wife became a life member
honor. Mi
[the Pioneer W :hildren
Capping Fete At Mt. Sinai
second
:hi- v. Auxiliary .1! Mt Sii ii
Hospital on Fri lay '> c at 10
a.m.. in thi
pital.
The cen the culmina
of a comprehensive period of ori-
entation under the supen
'he hospital's pr Sessional nursing
-aff. for Pink Ladies who will as-
- nurses in non-professional du-
1
Chairmen of the project are I
Istered Nurses who serve as volun-
teers They are Mrs Gilbert Fein.
>ir- Morris Goodman and Mrs
Samuel Swltt Services aide-' -per
-onnel chairman is Mrs M. Kern
Auxiliary member- will learn of
he plans for Mt Sinai Hospital an-
niversary week to be ceidbrated
Irom Sunday. Dee !T. through Sa-
. with

evenin j at I Fonl
Mr- A Herbert Mathes, Auxili-
ary preside./ I the
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Adult Courses
Are Still Open
There is still time t > r fgister
for one of the three cour<- -
offered at Beh David Congrega-
tion as part of its Women's Insti-
tute, or Urpan An intensive edu-
cational program the L'lpan
ed its first sessii n la-: Mon
The program is open to
bers and friends, and is
charge except for textb
\\i< klj sess -
Monday r. "Beginners
mtor W
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Our Pricelt ss 1
Saul Rabin, edi
930 a.m.. and "The Book 1 b
Perennial Pr
a series of lectures 1 inducte
Rabbi Norman N. Shapir .-;> nt
ual leader of Beth David
Shapiro's lectures will be
from 1030 to neon.
To reduce saturated fats in your family's
diet MAR-PARV is now made with pure
corn oil and other vegetable oils ... poly-
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family starting tomorrow!

Free Films
To be Shown
Free showings of Breast Self
Examination'" and "Time and Two
Women" will be offered at Womet-
cp's Normandy Theatre 7401 Col-
lins ave.. on Friday and Saturday
at 10 am.
The showing is part of the "Con-
quer Uterine Cancer" program
now in full swing in Dade county-
All adult women are invited to
see the films, which are sponsored
by the American Cancer Society
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By ISABEL GROVE
H isn't often that, within a brief
five years, faith in an artist who
I long been without recognition,
i^ rewarded with national and then
i t< inational justification. Here in
I s area, many people who ad-'
i Ired and acquired the works of
Janel Kennedy of Coconut Grove,
an now having the-e pictures re-
iced by Contemporary Arts for
distribution in museums and gal-
1. rus all over the world.
This particular story started
when Shirley (Mrs. Abe) Huber
I rsl saw some ot Mrs. Kennedy's
work at the Miami Beach Public
Library Art Center back in 1956.
( ompletely enthralled with the can-
vases, she immedlatedly bought
Ecveral lor her own home. She
I so sought out the artist* and bur-
i (I a number of additional paint-
i gs to display on her walls. Soon
of her friends became equal-
ly interested, and not only bough)
Kennedys, but began to sponsor the
artist.
Among the flrsl to start a collec-
: was Mrs, William Pite, who
has a complete and varied set Ol
Kennedys, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schon-
feld. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kmmer,
Alan 11 Amdur. and Alvin Richter,
Seymour and Alice Rubin ac-
quired many of Mrs. Kennedy's
v i.rks. and in 1957, Alice gave a
l< a at her home and invited her
many friends to a display of Mrs.
Kennedy's pictures. The Dr. Don-, one Thousand Greater Miamians
aid Muhnols and the Dan Ruskms t0 individuals, business, profession
also were early, enthusiastic ad- aj an(| industrial firms. Proceeds
mirers who began collecting the wonj (0 tne Dade County unit of
works of this artist whom they so {fpip,
J"n,,rcd Included were "Joseph and His
Mrs. Ellis Gimbel. Gabriel Heat- t-oat 0f \jany Colors," owned by
ler's daughter, after seeing a great Mr and Mrs. Arnold Sirkin; Mr.
r any Of the canvases, suggested to ancj \jrs \|0rris Lansburgh's "Lily
Cham ka Festival
Sunday Night
Greater Miami chapter of the
Jewish National Home for Asthma-
tic Children will hold a ( hatiuka
festival 'on Sunday. 7 p.m.. until
midnight, at the Masonic Lodge.
41 Valencia ave., Coral Gables.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs. Martha Peyser, chairman,
and Mrs. Frances Makstoin. Mrs.
Ruth Nurenberg is master of cere-
monies.
Dinner will be in the form of a
smorgasbord. Dancing will begin
at 9 p.m.
Proceeds assist the free, non-sec-
larian Denver institution, where
en children from the Miami area
are presently being treated lor
isthma,
Mrs. A. Edward Sirkin (in photo at left) is
shown with "Joseph and His Coat of Many
Colors," by Janet Kennedy. Painting is in
brilliant shades of red, blue, orange and
block. Photo is by Mrs. Sirkin's son, Alan, a
senior at Beach High, who has won many
awards for his photography. Right is Mrs.
Abe Schonfeld, pictured with "Tempo," a
Kennedy collage with violet and orchid pre-
dominating.
may be the youngest art collector
in the area.
Several years ago. many of the
Kennedy paintings owned locally
were made available to the Na-
tional Foundation for Infantile Pa-
ralysis for use on holiday cards to
be distributed by a Committee of
Huber, Lou Walter's niece, and hus- his wife's new interest and fur-
band, Abe, came here from Deal, thers Kennedy paintings and the
Cedars Women
Plan Meeting
Cedars lit Lebanon Auxiliary will
lold its next board meeting on Dec.
12 al the home of Mrs. Herschel
Lcschel, 1644 Tigertail ave., Miami.
I was announced by Mrs. Nathaniel
Levin, pr sident.
N. J about ten years ago. Al-
though he is busy with his hold,
the Atlantique on 163rd and Col-
lins. Huber thoroughly approves of
Gallery whenever he can.
Service programs will shift into
ligh year alter the first of the year,
she said, with an open membership
I meeting scheduled for Jan. 16 at
The Huber-have two sons. Philip, the Dupont Pla/a, and a dinner
19, at Gainesville, and Lawrence, lame i.n Feb. 10 at Miami Springs
13, at Nautilus Junior High. Villas

Mrs. Huber that she open a gallery.
Shirley, confident that one day the
world would give full recognition
i \l> Kennedy's work, and hav-
ing championed her lrom the start,
soon became her exclusive agent
; nd opened a gallery now at the
Peauville hotel.
Maid of Astolat:" "Princess and
the Blue Rose." belonging to Mr.
and Mrs. Fricdland; and "Peace."
owned by young Joseph Pite
Now Contemporary Arts, which
has reproduced Rouaults. Braques.
and Monets for museums and art
galleries, has chosen 28 Kennc
Ajnong her first clients were the dys, almost all belonging to peo-
Leonards Friedlands, who now
, .-. n many Kennedys, the Morris
: nsl urghs, Dr, and Mrs. Jacob
r Glassman, he an arl connoisseur
painter himself. Mr. and Mrs.
A. Edward Sirkin. and Mrs. Pile
pie in this ana. tor reproduction.
The pictures a r e done in brush
stroke and true color Huber Gal-
lery will oversee production to in-
sure authenticity.
Mrs. Kennedy, whose canvases
I d her son Joseph, now 13, who >in, on exhibit in the Butler Insti-
tute of Art. Youngstown, O.. Uje
l Diversity of Illinois and the Wad-
dington Gallery, Montreal, among
many, employs realistic, abstract,
pear abstraction and improvisa-1
lion techniques.
She was recently made a Life
; Fellow of the International Insti-
tute of Arts and Letters, an honor |
not accorded many Americans.
Her guide and mentor. Shirley
Needy Will Benefit
Goodwill Group of Miami will
hold a luncheon and card party
(n Thursday noon. Nov. 30. at
Beth El Congregation Auditorium,
f>00 SW 17th ave. Proceeds will he
used for clothes and food for needy
families.
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ixJewisti fkridlian
Friday, November 24 1961
Organizing a "Judgment cl Nuremberg"
theatre party benefit at the Lincoln Theatre
:cr Sunday evening, Dec. 24, are ladies of the
Hebrew Academy PTA. Left to right are Mrs.
3 e r g e r publicity chairman; committee
chairman, Mrs. William Goldstein; PTA pres-
ident, Mrs. Sheldon Dearr; and committee
members, Mrs. Leo Reinhard and Mrs. Louis
Bunim.
Orthodox Women's Convention
Passes Resolution on Schools
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J .(JTA) .Supreme Court upholding Sunday
The practice of some schools and closing law- for Sabbath o
colleges in the United States of holding a day other than Sunday
penalizing students who absent as their Sabbath. Thej -.. | such
themselves from classes for reli- laws discriminate again,: such
eioijs reasons w^.denounced here Sabbath observers, including Jew-
at the 38th annual "national conven-' l.-n merchants* who" keep their
lion of the Women's branch of the places of business closed in the
Union of Orihodox Jewish CongTO- Jewish Sabbah lcr religious le-
gations of America. sons." They add* -.hat sucn court
decisions necessitated action on
The 600 delegates, representing ,ne state ieve] t obtair. jn ex-
500.000 members of Sisterhoods of tmption for such Sabbat!
Orthodox Jewish congregations in cr, an exemption r a four : he
he United States and Canada, en- ,.,ws 0f 2i states.
tidied the practice in a resolution______________
approved at the closing session of
the convention. The resolution also
protested the practice by some
schools and colleges in scheduling
examinations and other mandatory
turricular activities on the Jewish
Sabbath and other Holy Da>
Adult Institute
Set at Temple
Pioneer Women Plan Varied Programs Here
Pioneer Women. Club 2. will spon- Levine will speak on the signifi-
sor a Chanuka dinner Sunday. Dec. cance of the holiday. Mrs. Toby
3. 6 p m.. at the Royal Hungarian
restaurant, according to Mrs.
Esther Shedroif. president.
Chairman of the evening will be
Mrs. Irving Liftman. Mrs. Sally
Barr will present the invocation.
Mrs. Liftman will light the tradi-
tional Chanuka candles.
Share will be in charge of enter-
tainment.
Beba Idelson Club is also plan-
ning a regular monthly meeting
on Thursday. Dec. 7. 1 p.m., at the
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn.. Normandy Isle Branch.
Mrs. Eli Emanuel will speak on
the United Nations. Mrs. Share
will present a program of vocal
selections. Mrs. Harry Chaets is
hostess tor refreshments.
* *
Pioneer Women. Coral Gables
chapter, will hold a luncheon next
Wednesday noon at the home of
Mrs. Esther Grad. 221 Vizcaya
ave. Sponsors, in addition to Mrs.
Grad. are Mrs. Kate Rose and Mrs.
Harrv Sklar.
A new insi it U .' adul<
tion at Temnle A .. ~ Yes
under the direction of Ra
The delegates called such prac- Zuckcr and Cantor He)
lice "an infringement of religious man
liberty and freedom of conscience."
They urged Women's Branch affili-
ates and the Jewish communities
"to make their protestations known
to the appropriate educational and
governmental authorities" and to
seek arrangements to end such
situations.
another resolution, the dele-
"uca-
tin is
For the Tuesday morn >
n customs and ceremonies This
Is My God." by Hermai
and "The Jewish Woman Her
Home" are used as texts,
In
A discussion group on ;-h
philosophy meets every other Wed-
nesday evening, and classes in
gates noted with "regret" the re- elementary Hebrew are held --very
cent decision of the United States Thursday night.
YUBAN
Guest speaker will be Mrs Milton
Green, president of the Greater
Miami Council of Pioneer Women.
Proceeds are for the organization's I
Child Rescue Fund Musical pre- f m q{ ^^
en_-?Un;rU be ffered by "Irs- Meir Club, according to Mrs. Isaac
Pushkin, president, will be Tuesday !
: evening, 8 p.m., at Beth El Congre-
gation.
Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff will be in I
charge of cultural portion of the
evening. This will feature a book
review by Rabbi Samuel April,
spiritual leader of Coral Way Jew-
ish Center.
He will review "Mila 18," by
Leon Uris. The program is dedi-
cated to Jewish Book Month There
. will also be a book exhibit including
works by Jewish authors. Mrs.
Esther Calchman is chairman of
the evening. Refreshments will
be served by Mrs. William Becs-
with. Mrs. David Nerove. and Mrs.
Jacob Schiff.
Sonia Weiss.

Mrs. Isaac Offenhenden. presi-
dent of Beba Idelson Club, also an-
nounces a Chanuka celebration on
Sunday evening. Dec. 3. 7 p.m..
at the Labor Zionist Center. 842
Washington ave. Sponsor will be
Mrs. Rae Weisberg
Mrs. Abraham Grossman will
bless the candles. Mrs. Moishe
Hold Chanuka Workshop
Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Can-
tor Herman Gottlieb conducted a
Chanuka workshop for members of
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shi-
ran, on Wednesday evening.
The Simcha of Modern Israel
At Hanukkah time in Israel, a joyous spirit prevails across the land.
Holiday menorahs glow from building tops and in the home, in
cities, villages and countryside. Gifts are exchanged, Hanukkah
parties are given, pageants are performed in schools, and night
life is at the peak of its season. Pictured here is a scene in the
Hebrew National Opera. Tel Aviv.
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Jmkti Fhridfian
Page 5-B
Testimonial Luncheon to Honor Women's
Auxiliary Leader at Tuesday Function

Lookir.g at a model of El Al Israel Airline's newest jet plane
are (left to right! Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Lee Ratner, A-na
Teiteiman and Orna Yegnes. Mrs. Glasser b first president
of the Florida Women's Division of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, which held a tea last
week ct Mrs. Ratner's home. Miss Teitelman. a Haifa native,
and Miss Yegnes. of Tel Aviv, assisted in preparations for the
recept.on in honor of Mrs. Michael Comay. If their faces look
familiar, you'll recall the girls as two of the El Al hostesses
featured in a series of advertisements extending greetings to
ports of call for the Israeli airline.
Southgate Marks Book Observance
Southgste group of Hadassah ob-
served Jewish Book Month at its
reuular monthly Oneg Shabbat on
Sunday in the recreation room of
Southjjnl'. Towers.
Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner, Hadas-
sah leader^ reviewed "Call it
Sleep." by Henry Roth.
A dramatization. "Glimpses into
Jewish Literature was present-
ed. witr> the follo'ving members
participating: Mesdames Murray
Talk. Abraham Holler and Morris
Winnimac.
Sony-; were in charge of Mes-
dames Sam C>!doerg. Baruch
Siegel and Stanley Heller.
Mrs. Abe Merar gave the invo
cation. Mrs. .'jck Homelsky was
in charge of arrangements, with
If you like
Mrs. Edward Sticgcf chairman of
hostesses.
A social hour followed Mr. and
i Mrs. Morris Winniman were hon-
ored on the occasion of their wed-
' ding anniversary'.: ^
Greater Miami Women's Auxili-
ary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will honor Mrs. Louis Makovsky
with a testimonial luncheon on
Te*day noon at the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Makovsky has served as
program chairman and coordinator
, for the Auxiliary, as well as for
the parties for residen's at the
home, for the pa^-. 14 years. She
is a iife member of the Auxiliary
and serves on '.he board of direc-
tors of the pcrer.l group.
She is a board member of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, life
member of !he Brar.deis Universi-
ty Women's Committee, and is past
president of Beth Jacob Sisterhood
Miamians Study
At Stern College
Three Floridians are enrolled in
the 75th anniversary freshman class
at S'ern College for Women, the
undergraduate liberal arts college
for women of Yeshiva University.
New York City.
They will pursue a program of
Jewish and general sUidies leading
I to the Bachelor or Ar's and Bach-
i elor of Religious Education de-
crees.
New freshman attending classes
I are Elaine Donnerstag. 18740 NE
' 19th ave. No. Miami Beach; Elaine
! Edelman. 1921 NE 186th dr.. No.
Miami Beach; and Yona Porush,
922 Michigan ave Miami Beach.
KREPLACH
49'ers Honor
Mrs. Newman
When Dr. Irving Lehrman. spir-
itual leader of Temple Emanu-El.
decided the time had arrived for
the senior citizens of the Temple
to have their own group, he called
upon Mrs. Frieda Newman to help
organize the 49'ers.
In appreciation of "her fine job
of organizing the group and serv-
ing as president for its first five
years." the 49'ers gave a testi-
monial dinner in her honor Sunday
night at the Ritz Plaza hotel.
Mrs. Newman was also president
ef the Temple Emanu-El Sister-
hood for two terms. 1941-1944. She
has served Temple Emanu-El, the
tinted Synagogue, the Jewish
Home for the Aged, Hadassah. and
many other civic groups.
Four years ago. Dr. Lehrman
presented Mrs. Newman with th
Woman of Vaior pin for her serv-
ice to the United Synagogue.
Rep. Dante Fascell was prin-
cipal speaker at the Sunday din
ner.
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Hear family, guests, cheer for
that reaj Italian ffavor created by
famed n*f Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender
little macaroni pies...filled with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
With savory tomato sauce and
Cheese...seasoned the real Ital-
ian way. So much tastier and
easier than the frozen kind. So
much thriftier, toocosts only
bout 15c per serving!
Medical Center
Kickoff Brunch
Greater Miami chapter of the
American Medical Center at Den-
: ver will hold a kickoff brunch on
Sunday at the home of Mrs. Her-:
man Schoenfeld, chairman. 827
16th st.. Miami Beach.
Plans will he formulated to ar-
range a testimonial dinner in hon-
or of Commissioner Charles Hall
scheduled for Dec. 17 at the Se-
ville hotel.
Hall will be cited for 'untiring I
efforts and devotion" to the or- i
ganizaticn and its work of treating
cancer and tubercular patients.
MORE PEOPLE USE
refreshing, calorie-free
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and the Hebrew Academy Women.
She is program and life member-
ship chairman for the Israeli group
of Hadassah and a sponsor mem-
Ber of. the Tarhirra group "of Mizra^
ehi Women.
Mr and Mrs. Makovsky lived in
St. Louis. Mo., before moving to
Florida 16 years ago. There, she
served on the Girl Scout Council
of America, helping to organize
eight troops. She was one of the
first advisors to the B'nai B'rith
Girls. District 6, worked on Com-
munity Chest drives, sold Defense
Bonds, and opened her home to
service men for the High Holy
Days.
Mrs. Laurence Silverman. presi-
dent of the Auxiliary, will conduei |
a short business meeting and greet j
I the special guests.
Program chairman. Mrs. Sol Sil-;
verman, will present a musical nar- >
ration which she has written, en-
titled "A Salute to Frances." with
the voices of Mesdames Shari Sil- j
verman. Glac'ys Dinitz and Rose:
Yokell. Mrs. Ida Roller will sing;
a group of songs, accompanied b>
Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Doro-'
hy Krie'ger Fink, a community
.'ader. and daughter of the late
; Mrs. Moses Krieger, a founder of
the Homer
Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum. Mrs.
Benjamin Orlowand Mrs. Sam
Baum are in charge of reserva-
tions..
MRS. LOUIS MAKOVSKY
Adult Programs
At Southwest
Southwest Jewish Center's adult
.ducation program includes classes
very second Tuesday from 8:3)
o 10 p.m.
Rabbi Maurice K'ein presents
iectures on basic Judaism from a
:ontemporary point of view, fol-
lowed by a discussion period.
A beginner's group in Hebrew
reading meets at the conclusion of
the lecture program.
Next session will be held Tues-
day. Dec. 5.
That @ on the right side of the keystone on the label is the seal of endorsement of
THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.

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Friday. November 24, 1961
Miami Women View
Heroic Rescue at Sea
the Hollywood Women's Auxiliary Stanley M. Eeckerman, president; Mrs. A. S.
-. Hcrr.e for the Aged of Greater K
Miami plan lot the dinner Sur.c the main
Douglas Garde b it -
zed Auxiliary *' Cen:e:
-
seated e M S Bl
-t vice president; Mrs. Edward Brein-
er. recording secretary, S;r: :e Mrs.
.... icity rhairman
Joseph Ton van
Rothstein; a A. P. V.'- mto-
spon .
Hollywood Women's Auxiliary Joins Home
!n Dedication of New Medical Center
Circuit Judge Irving Cypen pres-
.-h Hum*- tor the
ol Greater Miami, and Mrs,
M Beckerman. president
wood Women's Auxiliary.
announced that both organizations
join at a dinner Sunday even-
n the main dining room at
{las Gardens. IS] NE 52nd st..
iebrate and dedicate the new.
leering S35.QOU Hollywood Aux-
Medical Center at the Home
The first of its kind in the Souh
:;her a home lor the aged or
:ig .home, the medical center
ling enables the Home to pro-
-,nn diagnostic and treatment
es as It-ray, orthopedics an.i
phthalmology
. dentistry and
5 residents, .\hose
rage a is 82-plu.-.
The-e are Si n :< in
to the alread) existing
eral medicine, psychiatry, phy-
therapy and sheltered work-
shop facilities which permit the
lents ol the Home to "work and
rn."
The medical center also has a re-
S< arch laboratory partially equip-
by the University of Miami
s< hool of medicine and staffed by
i it- senior biochemists as
' of a cooperative geriatric re-
search program with the Home.
which ha- already garnered a na-
tional research award.
A Hollywood couple. Stanley and
Lilyan Beckerman. are primarily
responsible for the Hollywood Jew-
ish community's unique relation-
ship with the Home through the
Auxiliary and the Holly wood Jew-
ish Welfare Federation.
Mr.- Beckerman founded and has
been president of the Auxiliary
>nce its beginning tour years ago.
With a membership of 500, it has
become one of the outstanding
women's organization in Broward
county In its short existence, the
Auxiliary ha.- directly contributed
over $75,000 in capital fund- to
the Home, and has been responsible
for $35,000 more in contributions
from private Hollywood sources
Beckerman. president of the Hol-
lywood Jewish Welfare Federation
for many years. i- treasurer of
the Home and chairman of the bud-
ge: committee. In 1955. he spear-
headed the formal agreement with
the Home, whereby older Jewish
persons in Hollywood needing in-
stitutional care became eligible tor
I admission to the Home.
The Hollywood Federation guar-
antees the Home full per capita
cost for all Hollywood persons ad-
I to Douglas
tes fill tO thl
this purpos< ->n is
ar> attorney tent of Holly-
wood. Inc.
Designed by Smith and Korach.
Miami architects, the center will
have the capacity to meet the needs
of the Home when it doubles its
capacity to 210 beds sometime in
1P63. The building is completely
air-conditioned and heated by re-
verse cycle In addition to the re-
search lab. it ha- two offices, four
examing rooms, a nurses station,
storage rooms, and a large room
equipped to provide TV entertain-
ment lor residents while they wait
be seen by the medical and nurs-
ing statfs.
The Home is a major beneficiary
or the United Fund of Dade County
and the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Mayor Robert King High 'left) proclamed Saturday as Class-
room Teachers Assn. Scholarship Day in Miami, while Alan
G. Stratton, president of the association, and Mrs. Sidney
Stepkin, chairman of the program for the day, look on. The
Dade County CTA held a dance at the Americana hotel
Saturday evening to provide scholarships for students of its
members.
Dr. Muskat
Addresses Group
Dr Irving E. M uskat was
speaker at a meeting of the
South Florida chapter of the Flori-
da Planning and Zoning Assn., ac-
cording to an announcement by
Jules P. Channing. president
The meeting was a luncheon
at noon on Wednesday at Toby'l
cafeteria. NW 54th st. and 7th ave
Dr Muskat is president of the
University of Miami International
Research Foundation, chairman of
the Inter-American Center Authori-
ty, and vice president for research
at the university.
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A Miami Beach woman, alone
with a shipful of other passengers
aboard liiu SS Jerusalem bound
from Haifa. Israel, witnessed an
heroic sea rescue prior to the
-hip.- arrival at Miami's Fier 2
on Sunday.
She is Mrs Nathan Feika. of 836
Lencx ave According to Mrs
Feika. in the midst ol a Style show
aboard the Jerusalem on the night
of Nov. 11. a radio message was
ived from the Spanish motor
vessel Conde de Fontanar.
Emergency medical aid was
needed immediately for a seaman
who had tailen into a hatch and suf-
tured skuu Accord-
Mrs Feika. the Jerusalem's
V'il L- ised the
I mar b)
inistei
"Thi two ships
Thi
ilities
teet the
.. ith its
equipped : skillful SUrj
and jra was the
closest aid.''
Chief Engineer Dov Galin. in
consultation with Capt Tuve Smo-
lensk, First Mate Michael Sand,
and Dr I.evir.e. promptly decided
to risk the possibility of oil and
supplies shortage and to take on
the additional 500 miles. The
Jerusalem turned from its course
on Sunday. Nov. 12. at 1 a.m.
At 9 a.m., passengers were told
they would arrive in New York one
day late.
The sea rescue subsequently con-
cluded, the Jerusalem at 2:55 p.m..
Tuesday, Nov. 14. radioed a L'.S.
I oast Guard plane to take the in-
jured seaman to a hospital in Ber-
muda. It was Dr. Levine's decis-
ion that immediate and delicate
surgery, beyond the means
of the Ship's hospital facilities.
I I...\ e to be undertaken.
A Coral Gabies woman, Mrs.
Albert Pick, of 2905 Coconut Grove
dr.. put it this way: "lit is a
handsome \ouna man. and we can
onlj pray for his complete recov-
ery But. just as an afterthought:
A new country, Israel, has an Is-
raeli ship with an Israeli ere*.
And they go on a mission of mercy
o save a Spaniard. Doimingo i
lar Cardenas, whose antect
were involved in inquisitions ,
held no mercy for Jews
"The world is changing,
but surely. Some da;
an Arab seaman one ol
proud pa -> ng r v<......Is
AJCongress Unit to Meet
Westchester Mr. and Mi
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planning a "Folksong Fes
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vJcnisf fltridHf&n
Page 7-S
Socisl for Teen-Agers
Temple Beth Shiran teen-agers'
first social will be a rhanuka
danct Saturday evening, Dec. 9,!
in Suniland Hall. Chairing the'
event are Smart Sutta and Eddie ,
Cohen, and Mrs. Da\e Markenson
and Mrs. Jack .Millinan will serve
as bostesst -
Oneg Shabbat Held *-
David I'mski Folk School held
.ts s e c o n o Oneg Shabhat al
ihe Farband Labor Zionist Center.!
842 Washington ave, on Friday
evening. Jacob Fishman conduct [
jd he community singing.
Mrs. Michael (Joan) Comay, one of Israel's best-known writers
end lecturers, and wife of Israel's Ambassador to the United
Nations, arrived in Miami last" week as guest of honor at a tea
given Thursday by Mrs. Lee Ratner, 5930 N. Bay rd., where
s,he spoke en "The Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Its Role
in Israel, the Middle East." Purpose of the occasion was to
organize a group of Greater Miami women who will serve as
hostesses at the first national conference of the women's divis-
ion of the American Friends of the Hebrew University in Mi-
cro i Beach, Jan. 30 to Feb. 2. Left to right are Mrs. Louis
Glasser. president of the local Women's Division, Mrs. Comay,
and Mrs. Ratner.
Brandeis Women's National Convention
To Stress 'Expanding Frontiers' Theme
With "Expanding Frontiers"' its
theme, a Southeast area confer-
ence of Brardeis University Na-
tional Women's Committee will be
held at the Eden Roc hotel Dec. 4
and 5.
Mrs. Harold S. Goldberg, of Bos-
ton, national president of the wom-
en's committee, will welcome dele-
gates from s:\ states attending
the conference. Mrs. Leon Kowal.
national chairman of conferences.
and Mrs. I ouis Yacker, national
executive secretary, will conduct
workshop.- during the two-day con-
ference.
Preceding Monday evening din-
ner, Mrs Goldberg will hold a prea
idents reception from 5 to 6 p.m.
Dinner will he in the Imperial '
room at 7 p.m followed by a
round table discussion led by Mrs
Goldberg.
The conference will close with a
gala luncheon on Tuesday at noon
in the Pompeii room of the Eden
Roc hotel. Mrs Abram L. Sachar,
wife of the president of the uni-
versity, will be guest speaker.
Reservations for the dinner or
luncheon may be made with Mrs
Samuel BetagOle, 1225 Marseille
dr.
Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz, of Mi-
ami Beach, is general conferenc
chairman, and Mrs. Ben-Zion Gins-
burg, of Miami Beach, will serve
as chairman of workshops. Other
local committee chairmen are
Mesdames Bernard Troub. Alexan-
der Robbins. Joel Meyer, Joseph
Duntov, Alfred Geronemus, Aaron
Farr, Solomon Mason. Harry Or-
leans, Lawrence Kline. Samuel
Betagole, Robert Grossman. Roh
art Green.
National Women's Committee is
dedicated to the support of Ban-
deis Library on the campus at
Waltham. Mass. There are 117
Chapters in the 1;.S. with a mem-
bership of 71.000 women, (ioal is
a library with 750.000 volume-
Mrs. Solomon B, Margnlis is
president of the Miami Beacfa
chapter, and Mrs Joel Meyer is
president of the newly-formed Mi-
ami chapter, which will receive its
charter during the conference.
Congress Groups
Meet Next Week
Miami chapter of the American
Jewish Congress will hold a general
meeting next Wednesday noon at
he Masonic Lodge. 41 Valencia
ave., Coral Gables.
Rabbi Samuel April, spiritual
leader of Coral Way Jewish Cen-
ter, will be lcatured in a book re-
view of "Fighter and Prophet,"' by
Joseph Scbectman.
* *
Biscayne chapter will meet next
Wednesday evening. 8:30 p.m., at
the home of Mrs Joseph Green-
stone. 17141 NE 11th ct.. No. Miami
Beach.
In observance of Jewish Book
Month, the program will highlight
the theme of "Books on Parade."
i *
Bernard Segal, field worker for
the American Jewish Congress, will
be guest speaker at a meeting and
luncheon on Thursday noon, Nov.
30. at the Cadillac hotel.
Segal will discuss "Get to Know
Your American Jewish Congress
Pictured obove are Rabbi Leon Kronish, Mrs. Marvin Cooper,
Mis. Marvin Meitus, and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, discussing
plans for the Nov. 28 program.
'Beck to School* At Beth Sholom
"Why Do You Send Your Child
to Religious School?" will be one
>f the questions to be discussed at
Temple Beth Sholom's annual
"Back to School Night" on Tucs-
lay evening in the Temple Audi
torium, according to an announce
ment by Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan,
chairman of the Temple's board of
education.
The format of the evening will
be a "Circle in the School," follow-
ed by a general discussion to b"
led by spiritual leader. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Sol Lichter. curriculum
director el the religious school,
who is also principal of the Ida M
Eisner Junior High School, will be
!i ('--.r .. ff fli*. iwr< mm.
, One of the feature- of the pro-
i gram will be a talk by Miss Nettie
Goldstein, in charge of the Hebrew
i program of the school. Last sum-
mer. Miss Goldstein made a study
of education in Israel. Parents
have been invited to come at 7:30
p.m.. before the program begins.
Co-chairmen of Ihe evening are
Mrs. Marvin Meitus and Mrs.
Richard Shapiro, under the super-
vision of overall program chair-
man, Mrs. Marvin Cooper, and
|PTA president. Mrs. Joseph Pardo.
Also assisting are Mis Sanford
I.ovine. Room Mother chairman.
and a large group of parents who
have volunteered to serve as hosts
i"fl hostp
MRS. HAROLD S. GOLDBtRG
Grange Groves
Plan ReveaBed
Orange River Groves, of 401
I il Way. Coral Gables, is an
i ncing a plan to realize addition-
al S2.000 to $6,000 to individual in-
comes annually.
Eugene R. Jones, jr.. and Robert
W. Boyce. two Florida pioneers in
t'c orange grove business, through
thi i firm here arrange the sale of
acreage to the investor, the clear-
ing ot the land, planting of the
orange trees, maintenance ol the
trees from planting to harvesting,
and marketing ol the fruit.
"All tnis is set up as a coopera-
tive operation." according to
Orange River Groves. "The man-
agement company keeps tree
growth*and operating records and
i mits \ early to each investor his
I rcentage of the urove earnings
I: ihe trees start producing."
Orange River Groves is a 6,500-
acre tract of prime citrns-pro-
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I l, Myers on 11.S. 82. Information
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Mizrachi Group To be Feted
Rabbi and Mrs Alexander Gross
v. ill be hosts at a membership party
for the newly-formed Hatikva group
ol Mizrachi at their home, 4312
Royal Halm ave Monday at noon.
Principal of the Hebrew Acade-
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speaker.
Mrs. Morris Bienentield is chair-
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Joseph Katz and Mrs. Kdna Baer
serving as co-chairmen.
All-Day Card Party
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and card party on Tuesday from
9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m..
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Friday, November 2-.. 1951
VftA
WOMAN OP THE WEEK
Vera Mrs Oscar ?- rvasbnanS She be-
- .. 1 u a rabb:. but after the revo-
enied Rusj the easy practice
. .-. for a Doctor of Philosophy :--:- at the
Leneegrad In order t ave B ssia Vera bad to go by
Washington DC. la she
r ^- young enough l ajoy icj cold, tjte

"-- Epeteii Vi ra's mot] an OR!
RT a:.-c :--->
l>rothcri are all pro-
rs and engineer! But
an iron curtain ia Russia while Vera
- that they are alive, she has never neard
froc irectly
There were only seven-thousand Jews here
rbeo Vera and Oscar came to Miami. They
are now marri< thirty-eight years, have four
rooderful children, and --;* lovely grar.dchiid-
At once, tbej started to be active m the,
ter Miami Jcwisb Federation and CJA.
Vera .- past president cf the Golda Meir group
it Pioneer Women. Currently. -he is vice
-" I fund-raising on .he Pioneer Worn-
-a., and correspoi cretary of Federation of Jewish Worn-
tr ? Or:
Whei Vera and C leal at a board of governors mee":r.?. you
sard to realize tha: One people are such effective fund-
main air that makes it difficult for any-
A. 1 ay too fast" for all the thmgs that she
The Z< f friends and love to entertain and show.
s gardening 1 re a week, they play bridge, but their Satur-
it has a (Old purpose. Participants pay dues.
- .. er a tk isand dollars to Israel.
ke to do something, you can learn to do it well this is
Vera that ia the way >he learned to cook. She didn't know
here Every time she tasted something 'extra
;h asfci I r tbi recipe Now she bakes all of her friends'
tp d. as well A good friend to her contempones.
munrty, Vera is an inspiration and a joy to be
* *
IT'S DIFFERENT NOW'A DAYS
half hour after rhc- new baby arrived. Jane .Mrs Al) Sharon
ital bed in Syracuse, NY. to inform her parents.
Harold and Melanie Thurman. of the great event. Jane also called her
[ather, Rabbi Samuel Thurman. The baby. Laura Helen's
ether I ; -" : ; irents. are coming from Israel to see the new arrival
1 meet Jane. They are sahras. Her mother-in-law went to school
er to learr. ) "hat .-he could write to Jane every week Is
nd her family can hardly wait to welcome them
*
PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT
Tha*'- at th< itat n -:..': and tl !y what hanpev
first d ffee meeting of the Miami chapter. Brar.dei- Uni-
versify National V. n mmiltee. The new president. Bunny < Mrs
ig Mrs. Bernard Fisher, whose house was the
[ting he colors <>'. Brardei-
ity. Co-h stess Mrs Max Sti n was in an apricot silk polka dot
_. en two-piece outfit, had just
see her new niece The
; .ece the ins I Mrs.
t of books displayed with love
nterns. Ever; 1
Mrs I Goli a dotted
a hug< r septa Rudniefe
ir in i I her head, and long ear-
st 1 me back to Miami
dress most bet mini I bet taiim sa Mrs
rnicta
ick Muriel kin AP Rosen, in
ili or. the pm
* -* *
SHE LIKES THEM TOO
Of c irse Etbel kin '' 1 adores ber husband's.
f Japanese bli iboot the first one
\n Center when the Miami Beach Art Club op
r annual ion there Vw 20 to Dec 12. with Mart's col
lion included in the show. Hi g t interested in woodblock prints when
he was ia Japan They are bi scarcer and scarcer theee days he-
cause they jut aren't being made anymore And. of course, ibeir value
-kyrocketed One of the Wens' fa-.or.- n 1865 Horishige done
12 three pan'
* *
LAMB CHOPS AND BUNNIES
Opening night at The Lamb- Miami Beach's newest club, had as
many people waiting to get in as were already in The Lamb Chop* were
h> cute as could be. wearing little bows where bunnies 'from the Playboy
Club) have their tails. Glimpsed in between the hundreds of unknown
laces were those of Dr. ?nd Mrs Bertram Thorpe. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Smith. Mr ani Mr* Mat Serotta, Mr and Mrs Murray Sonnet. Dr J. A.
Greenhouse. State Attorney Richard Gerstein. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Neal
Heller. Those who couldn't get in did the next best thing they made
an exodus for Miami's Playboy Club. Included were Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Schwartz, Max A. Schwartz and Mrs. Rose Feinstein. Mr. and Mrs
Harold Granoff. and Mr and Mrs. J Bernard Specter.
Cristols United
By Bride's Uncle
Samuel Thurman. of St.
double ring
ceremony uniting his niece. Elea-
nor Ann Rubin, and A Jay Cns-
tol or. Sunday. Now 19. at the
ril hotel. He had also mar-
Mr and Mrs Donald Rubin.
1755 Calais cr parents of the
bride.
After a recepticn and dinner
vhich followed the 1 o'clock cere-
mony, the young couple left for
a rxn.'.;r MO in the Eleutheran
islar their return, they will
live at 1950 Meridian ave.
A graduate of the University of
Miami, the new Mrs Cristol 1- a
time: .-tructor there and a
Certified Public Accountant. She
:s a member of the American So-
ciety of Women CPA's.
Her bridal I of peau de soie
and chantiUj lace was styled with
lic< -.c<.p necklin*. out-
lined with a spnrJde of paillettes
and seed pearls and had long
sleeves ending :n points-on-hand
The bcuffartt skirt, with lace and
seed pear! appliques, fell in a long
xracefu! chapel train, aad the fin-
gertip illusion veil was held by a
.zTa of lace and pearls. She ear-
ned her confirmation Bible with
-treamers of orchids and lily of-
the-valley.
Debby Thurman. the bride's
cousin, wa- her only attendant.
The bridegroom i the son cf
Mr. and Mrs Samuel Cristol. 1011
Euclid ave. He has a BA and
LLB. cum laude. from the Univer-
sity of Miami, and graduated with
distinction from the VS. Naval
School of Justice. He belongs to
he Miami Yacht Club. Miami Jay-
te.-. Elks. Young Democrats. Air
Training Corp.. ar.^ Lawver-p;lot
Xssn. He i- presently engaged in
the private practice of law as a
partner in the firm of Weintraub
and Cristol.
Albert L. Weintraub served as
best man.
MMS. MIAM GOIDJTHH
MIS. A. JAY CtlSTO.
N.Y. Honeymoon For Goldsteins
Mr. and Mrs Julian Goldstein
will live in Coral Gables when they
return from a wedding trip to New
York City. The Dunes motel on
Miami Beach was the site of their
nuptials and a dinner reception
Sunday. Nov. 19. with Rabbi Max
Upschitz officiating at the 1 p.m.
ceremony.
The former Sandra Simon chose
a full-length, white peau de soie
gown with a bouffant veil for her
wedding, and carried white orchids
on a Bible. Mrs. Anna Tergul and
Elaine Marcia Simon were matron
and maid of honor.
ami Beach, the new bride a
North Miami High
Her husband it the son
Anna D. Goldstein, of P.
Pa., and the late B.
stein He attended
State College. WOkes
Pennsylvania, and the I
of Miami.
Serving as best mai
Goldstein, and G< 1
ry Cuttler. David
Norman Meyer
New adorer- I r
couple will be 234 -
Corai Gables.
Mrs.
Mor-
Sim
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Har:\ ,.
mon. 17011 ne 6th ave.. No. Mi Kaaima woup Meefr:
Wei
.8S. MMH rtKNANMZ
Teacher Weds
Baltimore Bride
.'!-- Lou Pachino became Mr-
Harry Brooks in recent wedding
ceremonies, with only immediate
members of the coople'a families
attending.
The bride ;= the daughter of Mr
and Mrs John J Pachino. of Balti-
ncre. Md. The groom is the son
of Mr and Mrs. Max Brooks.
Mr Brooks .* a member of the
faculty at Beth David rehgiou*
school. His wife is a medical-
technologist
The newly weds will live at 7333
Gary ave.. Miami Beach, on their
return from Baltimore, where a re-
ception in tneir honor was to be
held o\ti the Thanksgiving Day
weekend
Couple Exchange
Vows Here
Ph\llis .'oan Embinder and Rob
ert Fernandez exchanged nil]
\ ws Sui afti: oon, Nov. 12.
Vice Mayor Henry Baiaban per-
formed the 3 30 p.m. cerDmony
The bride, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Eli Einl u d r of Tampa, is
2 graduatt of Miami Senior High
Her W( gown was of im-
ported French chantilly lace over
-ilk bouquet taffeta in the new
intermission The minia-
ture scaUopi : neckline was
outlined in tinj leed pearls, and
lace tiers outlined :he full -kint.
The ba>que bodice and long
ilet ves wen b th potnte I Her two-
tiered bouffant veil I imported
French 1II11-: hold in place
by a da ot head;
and she carried a lace covered
Bible with orchids and stephanotis.
Maid ; nor-was Beverly Fine-
man, ar.d Andee Embinder was
bridesmaid.
The bridegroom's parents are
Mr. and Mr- C Fernandez His
brother. Casiano Fernandez, was
-' man. and Scott Camil served
.1- usher.
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newly-chartered Kadima 1
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in Dade COU!
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WE'spent Sunday evening at a
gala dinner party, where
champagne wasn't necessarily the
reason for an occasional feeiing of
slight rocking sensations. The
( ;:ptain's Dinner aboard the Zim
Lines SS Jerusalem prior to the
sailing of some 300 community
leaders on an Israel Bond Pan-
America good-will tour was every-
thing a party of this type is ex-
pected to be.
The women all beautifully
gowned, and adorned with lurs
and jewels.. Among the many out-
standing ensembles worn was the
t co-foam green and gold of Mrs.
Milton Oilman. Made from an
Indian sari, it featured a sheath
with asymmetrical draping over
one hip. Her full-length coat had
a mandarin collar and three-quar-
ter-length' sleeves. She wore gold
gloves with this ensemble. Gold
also was the outstanding color on
Mrs. David Drucker's figure mold-
ing sheath. Raised, embossed
gold leaves covered a muted gold-
colored fabric.
Mrs. Albert Pick chose a full-
length sheath and stole from
Siam. Her gown was of a heavy
gold llame. and her sheer stole
was a multi-colored plaid in mut-
ed shades and tones. Sitting with
her were Dr. and Mrs II. Frank-
lin Williams, of the University of
Miami. Mrs. Williams wore a
beige atencon lace gown with a
ared skirt. The bateau neck-
line was emphasized with a nar-
row band of aqua velvet ribbon.
It was topped with a matching
cashmere and lace sweater.
kJRS. Samuel T. Sapiro, who
" was among the many sailing,
m lected a thealre ensemble for
this party. On a white silk print
was a complete flower garden in
ail its natural colors. Her sleeve-
less bodice topped the controlled
fullness of a bell-shaped skirt,
while the sleeves in her lull-length
coat were cut in one piece and
created a cape effect.
Seen at the dinner table were
Miami Beach Mayor and Mrs.
Kenneth Oka. Mrs. Oka wore an
(id blue silk damask she had
hi in Japan.
Mrs. Marshall Feuer chose a
White chantilly lace over cham-
pagne. Her short formal fea-
tured three-quarter-length sleeves,
and a full skirt with the scalloped
hemline. A heliotrope blue peau
de soie with a decoelete neckline
was worn by Mrs. Edward Cohen.
The fitted bodice had the dropped
waistline and full skirt. A black
peau de soie dinner dress and
jacket was the choice of Mrs. Jo-
seph Lipton. A natural ranch
mink collar trimmed her jacket,
while the neckline of her dress
was softly tucked into a flower
petal effect.
A lilac silk brocade from Hong
Kong was the choice of Mrs. Mor-
ris Lapp, and a silver and gold
llame sheath was selected by Mrs.
Louis Glasser.for the Israel Bond
cruise party. A blue lace sheath
was worn by Mrs. Betty Birchan-
sky.
Mrs. George Goldberg chose a
Pans pink silk alpaca for this
affair. The bateau neckline on
her gown had a small rolled cowl
defining the line. The fitted bodice
featured radiating lines from the
waist to a band three-quarters
down the skirt and caught with a
flower. The band on her skirt
dipped lower in the back, giving
a modified court train effect.

|kj|RS. David Sernecker wore a
" Hack silk crepe with the
asymmetrical draped lines. Her
lull-length theatre coat was a
warped later a print featuring
oversized blue roses. Mrs. Katz-
man chose a gold llame embossed
dinner dress and jacket, with the
jacket ending just below the
waist and with three-quarter-
length sleeves.
A white silk satin dinner dress
and jacket was worn by Mrs. Soy
mour Rubin. Also in the ensemble
was black and charcoal rose print
n embroidered with iridescent
while and black sequins. Mrs.
Julia Cooper selected a black
organza with a petal-tiered skirt
Triple tiered white embroidered
organdy in a skirt topped by a
black silk linen sleeveless bodice
was the choice of Mrs. Gerald
Schwartz. She wore a brilliant
Carmen red silk satin theatre
coat over the dress.
Mrs Max Weitz selected a blue
orchid peau de soie sheath with
a tulip overskirt. Her hemline
dipped low in the back, and was
caught at the very bottom with a
large flat bow. Chinchilla and
orchids helped to give her a fes-
tive feeling tor this history-mak-
ing Captain's Dinner.
LaPidus, Cohen
Wed at Westview
Westview Country Club was the
site of the nuptials of Leslie Brett
LaPidus and Stephen Alan Cohen
on Thursday, Nov. 16. Rabbi Eu-
gene Labovitz officiated at the 6:30
p.m. ceremony which was followed
by a reception and dinner at the
club.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon
LaPidus, of 1141 NM 182nd st., No.
Miami, and Long Island, N.Y., the
new Mrs. Cohen is an alumna of
Pine Crest Preparatory School of
Ft. Lauderdale and Pine Manor
Junior College in Wellesley, Mass.
She attended Boston University and
is now a senior at the University
of Miami.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a gown of blush
pink silk organza and alencon lace
with fitted bodice, scooped neck-
line, long sleeves to wrist-point, and
a bouffant skirt extending to a
cathedral train. She carried an
arrangement of white orchids,
lily-of-the-valley. and stephanotis
Matron of honor was her Bister,
Mrs Joel Israel.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Schneider, 10001 E.
Bay Harbor dr., Miami Beach. A
graduate of the Bullis School of
Silver Srpings. Md., he has an AB
degree from the University of Mich-
igan and is now completing his
senior year at the University of
Miami law school. He served as
lieutenant (j.g.) in the U.S. Navy,
and belongs to Sigma Alpha Mu.
social, and Phi Delta Phi, legal
fraternity. Serving as best man
was Alan Schneider.
After a honeymoon trip to Mexi-
co, the newlyweds will reside hi
Coral Gables.
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women held a
Night Club party at Patsy's Place,
323 23rd St., Miami Beach, on Sun-
day evening. Mrs. Sol Plotkin,
8815 SW 21st ler., was ticket chair-
man.
At (llMol I
MRS. STEPHEN COHEN
/Miami Executive Invited
One of seven men selected from
throughout the nation. Irving
Genet, vice president of Dade
Paper Co.. Miami, has been in-
vited by Scott Paper Co., to rep-
resent the Southeastern region of
the United States at a distributor
management seminar in Philadel-
phia from Nov. 29 through Dec. 1.
Genet will be asked to comment
on distributor financing.
Librarian Will j
Review Novel
Mrs. Helga Eason, head of com-
munity relations. Miami Public
Library, will present a review of
"The Hittite." by Noel Gerson, at
a meeting of Chai chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women on Friday evening,
Nov. 24.
The meeting will be in the form
of an Oneg Shabbat and highlight
Jewish Book Month. Site is the
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn.. 1244 Washington ave.
Mrs. Eason is a member of the
program committee of WTHS. ch.
| 2, represented the Florida Library
i Assn. at the 1961 White House Con-
; ference on Aging, is director of the
Miami Branch of the National!
League of American Pen Women,
and served as president of the
Laramore Rader Poetry Group.
A past president of the Dade
County Library Assn., she is also
past chairman of the Public Libra-
ry Section of the Florida Library
Assn.
President of Chai chapter is Mrs.
Oscar Rosenthal. Miss Jerri Co-
hen, chairman of adult education
for the chapter, has arranged the
program.
Square Dance Scheduled
Coral chapter of the American
Medical Center at Denver will hold
a square dan"e, including box sup-
per and an auction sale, on Sunday,
Nov. 26. at the Cross Trail Square
Dance Center, 4150 SW 70th ct.
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Beach Women Leaders Honored
The Civic League of Miami Beach
honored Mrs Peggy MacKay and
Mrs, Milton Sirkin for outstanding
service to the Greater Miami
Beach area on Monday at a dinner
i noting in the Terrace room of
Southgate Towers.
Mrs, MacKay and Mrs. Sirkin
were presented citations by Mayor
Kenneth Ofca in recognition of their
' unstinting loyal service to their
community;" Mrs. MacKay has
lor many years served as secretary
to the mayors of Miami Beach.
Mrs. Sirkin is an active member of
numerous civic and charitable as-
sociations She is currently presi-
dent of the Federation of Jewish
Women's Organizations.
The program included a film tak-
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Charges by author-playwright Meyer Levin that he is the victim
ol a campaign ot "character and career assassination'" that has re-
sulted in his being blacklisted by Hollywood. Broadway, television and
the publishing industry arc aired in the Oct. 16 issue of -Congress Bi-
Weekly," published by the American Jewish Congress The au;hor
oi "ConiDulsiou" cites numerous cancellations ol agreements with him-
self and bis wife, Toreska Torres, as proof of h.s charges Only en-
couraging factor about the matter is that there is not a hint of anti-
Semitism or extreme right wing 'guilt by association" involved .
Prejidenr Kennedy and Vice President Johnson, both of whom have
been handling the growth oi Birch Society-like movements such as the
recent Indignation rally at the Beach Auditorium, with sk;ll and dis-
patch, will be ui town in early December, with the Veep speaking to
2,000 Young Democrat delegates at the Deauville on Dec. ft. according
tc Le* Weissenborn, national convention chairman.

Back from national conclave of Federations and Welfare Funds
an the top trio of Greater Miami Jewish Federation. ArCiur Rosichan,
Robert Go.den ..n.l Sam Cohen Art tells us Miami was singled out lean Hebrew Congregations, at special ceremonies at the
for special commendation by United MAS officials for its handling ol White House last week. Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg
the Cuban refugee crisis this year. Rosichan. who is now busy lining also participates. Looking on (second row from left1 are Rabbi
up p^ans lor what promises to be CJA's most imaginative campaigns Albert Goldman, of Cincinnati; Melvin Dunkelmcn, of Cin-
iii years with energetic Cl Kovens at the helm, said a feature of the cinnati; and Judge Emil N. Baar, of New York. In rear is Mrs.
Da-las conference was the emergence of a much closer relationship Dunkelman. Presentation was made durina the national
Friday, November 2?. \%\
Book Reviews cf tmoix-ll
Annual sei | iewj
sponsored by th< Sister
T.\ of Temple Err.ar.u-] i be-
in Wednesday. | !lv_
ing Lehrman. s] : ,,i
.he Temple, wiil | ( the r. .
Reservations an it trail
Mayer High Given
Smashing Yets
lay
to
Miami Mai or ': >i : K
as reflected to oi cc
;'h ? sn-n.s1' > .
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'. Pattei jr., i
813.
Coming in !'' w
immis ioner -
V574. 0;hcrs t
ns. 1,583, and G 398
In the Croup 4 race ity
'ommission, Mr.
w right received 13.202
President Kennedy looks at his gift, a 19th century Torah held j.365 for Cliff H< r and meth
by Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath. president of the Union of Amer- r. Williams' 3.7"4. Rnnn< up in-
cluded M. D. Chapman, } B Di
Martino. Murray S Meyers n, Milo
'-' Mitvalsky, Ri< :nan,
[(".eorge .1. Korge. It.; iHersh,
' Jack Viera. and Mc'vin I Muroff.
David T. Kennedy won Croup
5 with 15.067. ;or)ire o.it way
ihead of the 6.7P7 re: < ived v Wil-
liam J. Owens. lr this i ice, fol-
lowers-up were Stephen I Hark,
Murray Z. Klein, and .'
Dickerson.
biennial convention of UAHC in Washington, D.C.
between federations and synagogues across the country Out Cor-
pus Christi wax. the Jewish Community Council's president. Sheldon
Kati. h.is circulated a lengthy letter which in effect accuses a dissident ^
group, and to a certain extent, the national CIA. of creating "a threat %Qf\ NQVCICk Will ChOIT JNF DlfinGr
of extinction of the organized community of Corpus Christi."
* .._... Ben Novak, president of the Fon- Council here; and Rahbi Irvine
We were among the hundreds who went to "The Captain s Dmrier ,ainebIcau holel. will be one ol the Lehrman chairman of the JNF In next Tuesday runofl I will
aboard the SS Jerusalem on Sunday night, black tie and all. Although principaI spCakers at the annual Foundation and sP,ritual leader of be Mrs. Wainwr ,,hi igail il Clifl
the captain oi the Zim Lines' cruise ship was little m evidence, although Uwlsh .\'a(jonal Fund dinner at Temple Emanu-Fl are snearhead- Home in Group 4, and Kenncdj
il lock many of us halt an hour to locate silverware with which to con- ,he Fontainebleau on Sunday even- ir, tne drive among local groups, opposed bv Owens Croi.
bb::ie the excellent food from the well-designed buffet tables, and m_ I)ec 10
..uli the evening's program was lost amidst the multitude, the '
According to Leon J. Ell. presi-
I'an American Good-Will Tour went steaming off almost on schedule .
OAS Ambassador Morrison's most memorable remark turned out to be
I hereas Yankee Co Home'' signs greeted Nixon and Stevenson
in Latin America, his Louisiana background certainly would preclude
jreeting for the former New Orleans mayor. Dr. Joseph
Schwart:, f A merit an Jewry's great leaders of this century, spok"
i i ;! ;age that he was talking, and Israel Bo::ds pub-
1. > hie! Hi Sali was missing because of an ill-timed sprained ankle,
s. i i namesake's mess g< s not forthcoming here

Lcois Shakfirt, with whom we served on the Miami Beach Plan-
i I ud, has I en reelected president of the South Shore Citizen:
t ivernment Tourist Office, which tor a time was
I the former Israel Bond headquarters on Washington ave.,
I in 1 -wank cilice ol El \i Israel Airlines Capt. Leo
Gardner and his Israeli wife, Miriam, gett ng set for a globe-circling
i i xt month. Leo returned from New York with authorin to en-
dent of the Jewish National Fund.
Novack will head a group of com-
munity leaders at the dinner, w hose
aim is to raise fund- to implement
the Freedom Forest in Israel.
The Freedom Forest is located
en the outskirts of Jerusalem. It
cons:sts of 2,C00 acres of rugged
mountain terrain. On this site
nearly 2,000 years ago. Bar Koch-
ba and his soldiers fought the
mighty legions of Rome.
It is here that the Jewish V.
tional Fund has begun planting a
forest of 2.000.000 trees as a living
I a.i initial nine-month business report'-which :ribute lne friendship <>' the two
ons." Janet Scbiffres moves up to office "eedom-IOVing nations,
i i ui ... E. Albert Pallet and former Miami The Freedom Forest, dedicated
Chelsie Senerchia will co-host a cocktail party Friday alter- entirely by Americans, will include
i Dec. 8, i Miami Elks Club to firm up plans lor Cedars of I.eb- 50 smaller forests, each one having
,: |uel onoring present Mayor Bob High Cedars tub a separate woodland, representing
i Charlio Jicobion's wife, Ruthie, back r.u.'iu alter a trip to the 50 states and the District of
i not* ...in!', opened No\ 20, a couple of days too late Columbia.
'' 'u,h- it- ,,..,, ,.- Filty tall pylons will be erected.
Ambassador Adlat Stevenson appealed to by Workmen s Circle to Mch faring the name of the state
! new wave -: aim Semitlsm in Soviet t nion Hwry Gilbert, j( ,.t.pi.(,s,irlls Two 40-ft. towers.
insurance salesman and civic leader, got a big buildup in Japanese ni,^n 0(,j 0f native rock, will com-:
I after recent jaunt to Tokyo Peace Corps examinations man(| a vlcw 0j Jerusalem, the
8 ruesday and Wednesday at the Federal bldg. Harry Levy and nj8tori.c mountains of Judah' and
Ronald Rickey have their hats in ring for state legislature races al- [srae| aru| lno c0astal city area
ready Jewish Lord Mayor of London, Sir Bernard Waley-Cohen, |M.vnj
will receive baronetcy upon his retirement. ^ Ha(jbi Maycr AbramowllZi spint.
ual leader of Temple Menorah;
Welcome Wagon cele-
brates the arrival of each
new baby with a friendly
callwith a basket of
gifts and congratulations
of the entire community.
e
Zeev z. Dover, Israel's new Consul for the Southeastern United
States, this week met with Arkansas Gov. Orval Faubus, and last week
( d with Louisiana Gov. Jimmie Davis. The ambitious consul
Leon Ell, president of the JNF
a'*c met with leaders ol LSI', and ot Little Hock University during his DmKI)| Richl'Gr
initial \isits in those areas Which reminds us that we hope L.S.I s ,**'', ** m
ui a ban against playing integrated foot bid I teams was motivated Tq \>Q InstdllCCi
Mih by buman relations as by the desire to go to a bowl game
I
as
New Near- Das Yc.diiva University's Graduate School of Science
I been awarded an $83,000 grant in the field of statistical mechanics
b) the U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research, with the study to
be directed b\ Dr. Joel L. Lebowitz .
Mike Sossin is chairman of a Dec. 12 rally at the Miami Beach
.' LitOrium in support ol medical aid for the aged President Harry
S. Truman wi.l be feted by Kansas City's Israel Bond Committee on
Dec. .1. and Secretary t Health. Education and Welfare Abraham
Ribiccfr will be the Bpeaker
Habbi Harold Richter will be
formally installed as spiritual lead-
er of Dade Heights Jewish Con-
vocation on Sunday evening.
Installing officer will be Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader
of Temple Ner Tarn id
Ceremonies will be held at Dade
. Mrs. Florence Huber, of No., Miami Heights at 1401 NW 183rd st.. and
Beach, won $1,000 in WCKK's popular Name Came contest last week w,n he followed 1,v evening ol
. William Zjckerman'' Jewish Newsletter has died with the passing entertainment, including the \oca-
of the outspoken journalist, who frequently quoted from The Jewish lal4ros- ^,*lJrfei !f..t'
Floridian.
Be sure to tell Welcome
Wagon of the arrival of
every new baby in your
life.
Israeli Expert To Visit Miami
Also participating in the Instal-
lation will be Datle rleight8 Cantor
Emanuel Mandel; Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz and Cantor Ben Zion Kirach-
enbaum, of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion; Rabbi Morton Malavsky. of
A member! ot the regional plan- Abt will arrive here from Wash- ,he israe|jt(. (enter, and president
Oil Staff of Ihe Lakish develop- jngton, D.C, at 1 p.m. Mr. and of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
icl'a Nege\ will Mrs M()1.(,n ul|, ,av host (0 th(? Agsn and Rabbi Soiomon Sch.tf.
arave here Friday, following two WMknd He will spiritual leader of Beth El Congre-
rr.enii.- ui study. nal water lsrael1 ovei "e weekend. He will f^
ivelopment, -.nutation, attend services at Temple Beth '______________
, rural agriculture ,n Am on Friday evening A, Sa.u, fc. $/^ Cc/,edu,ed
1 day dinner in the Molien home.
He is 31-yearold Yitshak Abt. Abt will meet with Rabbi William coral chapter of the American
His boat will be Joseph Molien. Sajowitz. director of the Southeast Medical Center at Denver will hold
'.40 Thanksgiving dr., volunteer! region. Union of American Hebrew a luncheon and fashion show at the
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hi 51 lor the U.S. Department of: Congregations.
international Education and i Abt will leave for Puerto Rico on
Cultural Affairs. I Sunday.
El Bolero restaurant on Wednes-
day noon, Dec. 6. Fashions by
Wagon Wheel will be featured.
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AJComm. Panel Argues Future Road for Jews
Members oC tiie Greater Miami
chaptei of the American Jewish
Committee were exposed to three
points .1 view regarding the ways
in which the) and their co-religio-
nists can bes find their role in
the ccnumuuty while finding inner
safiafactiM Im* themselves and
their children.
Spi ah hg .".; a workshop session
flurl "he ninth annual meeting of
the < p!er Saturday at the Diplo-
mat betel o:: the subject, "Assimi-
lation, Integi iti ii or Insulation
Wh 11 Road lor American Jews?"
wen Rabbi \ inder Gross, prin-
cipaJ .' the Hebrew Academy of
Miami Beach speaking on behalf
(ii in lation; Rabbi Joseph It. Na-
rot, oi Temple Israel of Greater
Miami, who presented the mtegra-
tionisl point of view; and Richard
v Miami attorney, who
u gre. permissive attitude
Dn tl i par) lew s toward those
v lui eek assimilation as an an-
swer. The pai el was moderated
by D P Scheinberg
Cc itndirg that "since the
values that wfirs originaMy Jew-
ish re now part of the American
philosophy, Judaism has become
redundant," Richard Wolfson
urge: Jews to act "as Americans
and rat as American Jews, so
that we may be accepted by our
neighbors for what we are and
what *e can contribute to socie-
ty."
I)r >arot in-isted that contrary
to the assUnUationist point of view.
"Juda m has a living, vital mes-
sagi rtl ich mu>t be voiced through-
out oiu land if man is lo find peace
and understanding." Charging that
"insulation is ghettoism," he main-
tained that Judaism has a far bet-
ter chance of surviving "Ii there
i a blend of Judaism in Ameri-
canism."
Hal I Gro>.- charged that the as-
similationisl is "'a spiritual orphan
suspended in space without a pur'
pose or goal The insulationist
view, hi suggested, is completely
within (he framework of the Ameri-
can tiadition "which is one ol plu-
ralism, where we are permitted to
live i nn the confines of our re-
ligiou heritage without violating
the principle.-, o; democracy."
Highlighting trie ninth annual
banquet were Human Relations
Awards given to Rep. Dante B. .
FasceU and a special award to the!
Catholic community of Dade coun-1
ty. The Right Rev. Monsignor Bar ;
ry accepted the award to the Cath-
olic community on behalf of Bishop
Coleman Carroll Shepard Broad,
a nietpber of the advisory board of
the chapter, in making the presen-
tation, acclaimed the Catholic com-1
The Catholic community o! Dade county and Rep. Dante B.
Fasceil were honored with human relations awards by the
Greater Miami chapter, American Jewish Committee, during
AJC's ninth annual meeting last weekend at the Diplomat
hotel. Rep. Fcscell (left) accepts the award from Sidney
Meyer, a member oi local AJC's advisory board.
munity's contributions to the com-
munity "by identifying its activities
on behalf of Cuban refugees; its'
sponsorship of the first annual
labor-management seminar: and its
initiative in the desegregation ot
the parochial schools of Greater
Miami."
An additional gift of books to
the University of Miami was
made in honor of the human re-
lations contributions of Rep.
Dante B. Fasceil. In making the
presentation, Sidney Meyer ac-
claimed Fasceil as "a man dedi-
cated to the principles of free-
dom, equality and justice for
all." The award was present-
ed to the Florida Congressman
"for his record as a legislator,
in which he voted his convict-ions
without regard to race, creed or
color; "for his integrity in refus-
ing to sign the "Southern ft^ani-
festo" a racist document; and
"for introducing and spearh eat-
ing a movement for congression-
al approval of a Cabinet Post of
Secretary of Urban Affairs."
Annual reports by chapter presi-
dent, David B. Fleeman. and ex-
ecutive director. Seymour Sanmet,
stressed the responsibilities oi
Americans to "renew efforts to re-
sist the onslaughts oi extretn ists
Referring to international ten Etions,
Fleeman noted that "we haave
been abruptly made to realize- th.it
the way people deal with one anoth-
er has the potential for m aking
severe changes in our daily lives."
Samel called for a rededication to
the principles of the American Rev-
olution, and urged use ol 'ill-, na-
tion's "not so recent weapon, the
50-megaton idea embodied in our
Declaration of Indepi rid
Chairman [or the weekend affair
v as David R. Hochbcrg a c'l
vice president, who servi ; din
ner chairman, Co-chairman was
Mrs. James It. Katzman, who also
introduced the human rel ations
award winners at the banquet.
A highlight of the weekend affair
was the installation of officers by
AJC vice president. Morns A liram.
first legal counsel of the Peace
Corps. In his installation ad dress.
Ahram spoke out strongly asjamst
adopting what he called "Irae air-
raid-shelter mentality."
In drawing an analogy wit In the
Golden Pr* of Greece, he stressed
that this nation must strive "not
UF's Dean Weil To Get Award
The Florida Chamber of Com-
merce, at its anual convention this
week in St. Petersburg, will give
its highest award to Dean Joseph
Weil, of the University of Florida.
Dr. Weil, dean of the college of
c ngineering at the University of
Florida since 193$, will receive the
Chamber's "Outstanding Service
Award."
Working with the U.S. Gov-
ernment, he is responsible for
many of the atomic and nuclear
research contracts to Florida
through facilities established at
the university.
In 1956. at the suggestion of the \
American Technion Society, Dean;
Weil went to Technion in Haifa,
where he undertook to survey the ]
curriculum and to make recom-'
mendations wherever possible.
At the suggestion of Dean Weil,
a new department in nuclear sci-
ence has been opened at Technion,
and the heads of the department.
as well as graduate students, have
been responsible for the atomic
reactor at N'ehi Rubin in central
Israel.
founders of Technion and mem-
bers of the Greater Miami chapter
of the American Technion Society
are M. A Baskin, chapter chair-
man. Mrs. Maurice Baskin. Mrs.
Sorrel Ross Bollet. William Born-
stein. Maurice Brams. Shepard
Broad. Harry L. Cooper. Miss Ruby
Diamond, Samuel Elman, Mrs.
Frances Entine. Mrs. Ray Frank-
lin, Samuel Friedland, Mrs. Fan-
nie C. Frommer, Mrs. Louis Glas-
ses Isador Hammer, Nathan Ku.-h-
in. Mrs. Trudy Hammerschlag,
Harold Lasker.
Max H. Lecinson, Hyman Lieber-
man, Mrs. Jacob H. Marx, Joseph
Meehlow, Jack S. Popick, Jacob
Rifkin, Bernard Rodins, Philip j
Rosenberg. Frank Smith, Marcellusj
Staley, David S. Stern, Daniel A.I
Udell, A. I. Cslander, Dean Joseph
Weil and Mrs. Jeanette R. Weiss
Dr Irving Lehrman is on thei
national board of directors of the
American Technion Society.- and
Leo Rutstein is the Southeastern di
lector ot the Society.
for power, not for domination, not
for egocentric satisfact ons. We
strive, we endure and we suffer
in order to ensure these individ-
ual and civil rights which make
this a unique civilization. Unless
these be preserved we have noth-
ing to sir ve for and no reason
to endure."
Terming this the 'era of the air-
raid and fallout shelter," Abram
warned that one ot the principal
threats to this country "is that a
Spartan state. Russia, is compi-
ling us to adopt Spartan defenses '
Abram issued a call to Amen an
voluntary organizations "to assist
in retaining in America the tradi
tions of Athens while this country
arms as a Spartan nation and faces
its tests of will and purpose wi'.h
the Soviet Union."
Installed for a second term as
chapter president was David 2.
Fleman. Other officers were .My-
ron M. Behrman, Alvin Cassel. Wil-
liam L. Finsten, .lames h Katz-
man. vice presidents; Melvyn B.
Frumkes Het L.
Markow, adm ry;
it. W. Apl b i
son, Han I I S e cha mci ad-
\ isorj Rol ir,
pre Ident. H '
'Men Only' Saon
At Menorah
"For !y" will b< tl
if the evening at the "sm< i r"
sponsored by the Temple Menorah
Men's Club on Thursday. Nov. 30
at 8 p.m.
Featured will be the well-known
entertainers. Guy Rennie and
Vivian Lloyd, who will combine
comedy and sung in a novel pro-
gram.
A "panel of experts" will con-
sist ol Lester Goldberg. Al Mech-
owitz. and Jack Korenblit.
Robert Bloch, president, invites
ion-members to attend.
DEAN JOSfPH V/tll
Barbaia Courshon, 17, a senior at Miami Beacfh High School,
is shown (center) with princesses Barbaia Herzog and Aiexa
Weiss in royal robes after she was named Queen of the school
for the coming year. Contestants for the crown are nominated
by seniors. Barbara was among the three finalists, and in
"an all-school election won the crown. She is the daughter of
Arthur H. Courshon, board chairman of Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn.
Taxpayers Group
Selects Greene
Jerome Q, Greene has been noun
nated as 1962 president of the Mi-]
ami Beach Taxpayers' Assn. Presi-
dent Robert A. Peterson has an-
nounced the annual election will be;
held on Dec. 14.
Nominated as vice presidents
were William T. Kruglak II. God-;
'rey Perell. Parks Rusk, B. Bayard i
Strell. and Henry E. Wolff. Sara j
Dee Berkowitz was named for sec- j
retary, with C. L. Clements, jr.,
treasurer,
Directors nominated were Ben
Battle jr., Ted E. Cohen. David
Ponton, Norman Giller, Herbert S.
(Umbel. Dr. Jack A. Greenhouse,
Nathan Gumenick, Paul Marko Jr.,
Dr. I. William Lippman. Robert A. j
Peterson, Jack S. Popick, Simon E
RObin, Paul Seiderman. Col. Carl
It. Shaw and Mvron II. Willison.
Kislak Makes
Realty Awards
J. I. Kislak Mortgage Corp will
sponsor the Real Estate Humani-
tarian Awards program for Dade
and Broward count] brokers, sales-
men and saleswomen, for the third
year
J a y Kislak, president, in an-
nouncing pn/es totaling 8900, with
first place worth $500. explained
that "this program helps the real
(slate industry put its best foot
forward by acknowledging the hu.
manitarian aspects of many real
estate transactions."
Entry blanks are available
through the Kislak Mortgage firm.
: WANTED:
The Search Bureau for Missing
Relatives of the Jewish Agency m
Israel in looking for Haim Levitsky.
age over 60. born in Sums Is. Uk-
raine, His father's name is un-
known His mother's was Liha.
Mr. Levitsky came to the United
States in 1916. He moved to Miami
in 19-40. and is now retired His
son, Liova Levitsky. has lieen iden-
tified as the owner of a ilrn gstore
in Miami Beach.
Haim Levitsky is being sought
by Sara Govezinski i nee Ya-llewt-
skyi. She was born in Smivsk.
Ukraine, in 1925, and is the daugh-
ter of Grigori (Hesh) and Vera
Govezinski, Her last known ad-
dresi abroad was Moscow. She
came to Shikun Pinsker Breha.
Histadrut St., 9/B, KlarSatoa. Is-
rael, in 1960. She is a cousin of
Mr. Levitsky.
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Family Counseling
To be Theme
Family counseling will be the
Iheme as Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service holds its fall meet-
ing for the membership of the
agency at the Dupont Plaza hotel
on Wednesday evening.
A dramatic presentation of the
renowned American Theatre Winy
Play "Broken Circle." as enacted
by the Acorn Civic Theatre, will
highlight the evening's program.
Following the play, there will be
;i general discussion involving the
audience and members of the
. jeney's casework staff. Harold
'ianen. president, will serve u>
rman of the evening.
meeting is one of several
:1 events sponsored by tht
, -xniy '.o interpret to the com-
munity the meaning and use of its
rofessiqfial soeiai services.
Jewish Family and Children's
s, i vice is a member of the United
Fund of Dade County and of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation. |
it offers family and individual
counseling, child care services,
u.nd a special program for senur
citizens.
MM .in" ii.iiici
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
MMHMWMH i M MM.....RMHMMM Ml I......HH "
Newsman Elected League President
Hendrik J. Berns. of the .Miami
News, was elected president of the
Citizens Action League at its last
meeting.
Other officers include vice presi-
dent, Harry Perkcl; treasurer.
Anna Weiss; secretary, Tanya
Lynn; recording secretary. Kay
Feldmann; parliamentarian, Frank
Cohen.
Elected to the board of gover-
nors were Revy Balkin, Gertrude
Day. Clem Lippman. Esther Tyson,
ind Margaret Yeoman.
Leaders Hail
Rabbi Kaplan
By Special Report
NEW YORK Premier David
Ben-Gurion and Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann. president of the World Zion-
ist Organization, head a long list
<>t distinguished Jewish leaders
who have joined in a world-wide
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lan, renowned scholar and founder
of the Reconstructionist movement,
on the occasion of his 80th birthday.
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BIG SEASON AHEAD: 11 present sighs."sights and sounds "are any
indication or barometer, this area should enjoy a booming winter season
one of the best in years.
The motels in outlying areas, such as those north of the Sunny Isles
seder, are running far ahead of last November's guest registrations.
Along motel row. starting north of Haulover Beach and extending
to Golden Beach, quite a liw of ihi boatelriea have been doing capacity
business the pas: couple of weeks One of the larger ones, with 300
rcoi.'is. had to take 40 rooms In a neighboring motel :o accommnna *s
Overflow of guests. None Of them counted on conventions for this busi-
er, her.
Landlords and managers of apartment houses are working over-
time showing apartments to newcomers, which proves there are more
"s.icwbirds" flocking,into the area now than there were last year at
the same time.
Best of all. have you noted the rapidly burgeoning traffic of out-of-
town autos on Bi.-cayne blvd cro.->mg the causeways and cruising along
Collins ave ?
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PERSONALITY PARADE: Steve Ellis, formerly with the late la-
mented WPST, is doing a bang-up job as chiet spor.scaster tor a Los
Angeles TV' station.
Irving Greenfield branching out in many directions with his Max-
well Company. New York will be the site of his newest office. Branches
have opened in Los Angeles. San Francisco and Seattle.
Bernard and Helen Baum's Alton rd. manse revealing smart new
interior touches by the talented hand of designer Jack Cameron, who
hopes to have the rooms of bridge expert Charles Goren's new Beach
home ready to receive Thanksgiving dinner guests.
Judge Jason Berkman. who bears a resemblance to President Ken-
nedy, also is a former Bostonian. The young Justice is getting many
calls from local organizations to speak at their meetings. His witty and
humorous off-the-cuff talks are the reason.
Architect Morris Lapidus, recently returned from the Home Show
in New York's Coliseum where he was one of the guest speakers, about
to change living quarters. He and his wife, Bea, will call the Terrace
Towers home any day now.
What's in a nickname? Dave Gelman, better known in the trade as
"Dave the Boss," had that inscription inscribed on his golf clubs. He
lost one, but got it back pronto. The finder called Dave at his American
Salvage Co. office. "Knew it was you," he told Dave. "Saw your ad
with that name in the papers."
Nettleton Shoes manager Al Lopez greeting customers with a real
big smile at his Lincoln Mall store. First time out at Bayshore, after
a serious operation a few weeks ago, Al took the measure of three golf-
ing pals.
Former hotelman Joe Gelman now in the travel agency business.
Has an office at the Carillon.
Irving Cohen and son Saul, who used to operate the DiLido, are
now managing the revamped Carlsbad Spa near Hollywood.
ft ft ft
WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: It must be a rec-
j ord "El Cid," the Charlton Heston-Sophia Loren blockbuster opening
! at the Roosevelt, is sold out for the first three nights, Dec. 21, 22 and 23,
' as benefit performances for Florida chapter. Arthritis and Rheumatism
Foundation, Fraternal Order of the Police, and Knights of Pythias.
The many, many fans of Judy Garland, most of whom have seen
her span the years from happy childhood star to the heartaches of
adulthood, are as happy as Judy in her new emergence as a greater
singer and actress.
Just to prove a point ab< ut how not so far TV has come since its
inception: Have you noticed there are more movies than ever being
.telecast especially during the so-called "prime time?"
Hate to think what would have filled those hours if Hollywood's
moguls hadn't saved those old lilms.
It's about time Jack Ross has been recognized as one press agent
;n a hundred in the hotel business. Jack's won a lot of triends for the
Algiers.
Diners are heaping wondrous praise on the superb cuisine, including
the curried veal cutlet, at Abe Maloff'8 swank Sutton Place in the Gables.

THIS AND THAT: A night club innovation certain to be of interest to
all local organizations and women's clubs will be Murray Franklin's
newly planned "Day Club."
Fund-raising and social groups will now be able to plan early alter-
noon functions and cocktail partie* and enjoy the complete facilities of
: the famous Murray Franklin's night club.
The matinee affairs will include a complete showing of the brand
new edition of "Caught in the Act." the hilarious musical night club
! revue, with all diff^ent skits, songs, dances and refreshingly talented
; cast.
The new version of "Caught :n the Act," now in rehearsal for the
! on-or-about Dec. 1 opening, will incorporate the traditional Murray
1 Franklin fun-fest into its format. The zany, almost unpredictable antics
! of Mr. Franklin and hiscrew. will please his fans of long standing and
add that "something different" each time, so that each show will be
novel, fresh and tlexible.
Waldman's hotel is opening prior to Thanksgiving Day, according to
j an announcement made by Sam Waldman, of the Waldman family. This
year, the Waldman family are planning a kosher Thanksgiving Day
celebration, for those who observe strict Jewish dietary laws.
Sterling LaVine, general manager of the Montmartre, has set Jan.
6 for the announcement of the winner of the hotel's "Trip to Paris" con-
test. The promotion, created by Cy Goeld, started early this summer
and attracted thousands of entries. LaVine said he traced the hotel's
record summer business to the contest.
Billy Maxted and his Manhattan Jazi Band open Friday at the
Carriage Club, Miami Springs Villas. Their date will extend just prior
to the mid December holidays. The crow, headed by pianist Billy, rate
as one of the finest r/jgregations of its kind in the country.
Frankie Avalon, one of America's foremost young vocalists, has
been booked by Miami Beach's seven Shower of Stars Hotels into the
City Auditorium the night of Dec. 26. The movie-recording artist will
appear free of charge to all guests of the Caribbean, Delano, diLido,
j Sea Gull, Sea Isle, Shelborne, and Shore Club hotels on this evening.
Philip Weiss announces this week the grand reopening of his pop-
ular Beach spot, the Royal Hungarian kosher restaurant, for the 15th
I consecutive season. Located at 731 Washington ave., the dining es-
tablishment will be open on Fridays and Sundays only until the launch-
! ing of the winter season.
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Friday. November 24, 1961
Loewenguth Quartet will be heard in the second concert of
the I.- cription ser.es ottered by the Friends of Chamber
: cf Miami on Tuesday evening. Nov. 28, at White
rium. The famed croup, which records for
tsche Grrrr.rncchon end Vex, includes Alfred Loewen-
'-.-.; Jacques Gotkovsky, second violin; Roger
Roche, viola; Roger Loewenguth, cello. Program will in-
e Quartet No. 5. op. 64, Haydn; Quartet No. 2, Kodaly;
Quartet No. 14, op. 131, Beethoven.
Lawman John Wayne suspiciously eyes Stuart Whitman, a
reformed gambler, who has fallen in love with Ina Balin,
daughter of an outlaw chieftain, in "The Comancheros." rug-
ged adventure drama in color, now at the Carib, Miami,
Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres.
Giller to Chair ZOA 'Cavalcade1
Miami Beach builder Ben Giller
will be chairman of the forthcom-
ing "Cavalcade of Israel Stars
1962."" according to Louis B. Rud-
nick. chairman of the Presidents
Council of the Greater Miami Dis-
tricts of the Zionist Organization
ct America, under whose auspices
the Cavalcade will be brought to
.Miami.
BIN GIUIK
Giller. who has lived in Miami
Beach since 1934, is a senior vice
president of Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn.. organizer
ol the Giller and Fryd Construction
Company, and a past president of
the Florida State Apartment Assn.
Giller is also a past president
of the Miami Beach Apartment
Owners Assn., of the board of gov-
ernors of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce, and of
th beard of directors of the Civic
League of Miami Beach. He
currently serves as president of
the Greater Miami Apartment
House Assn.
The "Cavalcade of Israel Stars
1962" will be presented at the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium on Saturday
evening, Dec. 23, bringing for a
one-evening performance only some
of the greatest entertainers and j
dance troupes of Israel.
Proceeds of the 'Cavalcade''
have been earmarked for the youth
work of the Zionist Organization of
America and Hadassah. Part of
these funds will be used for camfp
scholarships to the new Zionist
Youth Camp in Hendersonville,
N.C. Proceeds will also be used
for youth and education work of
the ZOA in Israel, according to
Herman Weintraub, "Cavalcade"
coordinator, and member of the na-
tional executive council of the ZOA.
Mogen Dovid
Launches Drive
For Members
By Special Report
NEW YORKA nationwide mem-
bership campaign to gather new
support for Mogen Dovid Adorn.
he Israel Red Cross service, is
being undertaken by American
3ed Mogen Dovid for Israel. 225
\\. 57th St.. New York 19. Red
Mogen Dovid. whose national chair
nan is Rep. Emanuel Celler. is
he authorized support wing of
Mogen Dovid Adorn. Israel's equiv
ilent of the American Red Cress
Rip Celler stated that his agen-
cy had recently been involved in
rnuthy consultation with Mogen
)ovid Adorn representatives who
>ad outlined tf" service's needs in
he immediate future. This in-
olves equipment for new cnur
I stations, materials to suppl>
ibout 500 new auxiliary aid posts,
nd a minimum cf 50 new ambu
anc -
Mogen Dcvid Ado-n is avail-
Mogen Dovid Adorn are avail-
able in Israel and, as a result,
Rep. Celler pointed out, the bur-
den falls on American Red
Mogen Dovid.
"But that's what we are here
or," the national chairman com-
nented. "There is only one way
o do this membership in Amer-
can Red Mogen Dovid. With mem-
>ership funds we can beat the
quipment and ambulance prob-
em and make sine that there is
i vehicle on hand to cope with any
wssible emergency that may arise
n Israel, no matter where or
.vhen."
Israel does not manufacture its
>un ambulances and all vehicles
mist be obtained abroad. Ameri-
can Red Mogen Dovid has been
isked by Mogen Dovid Adorn head
quarters in Israel to provide 50
such vehicles to replace a number
if ambulances now in a state of
lisrepair, and to equip 20 newly-
completed em rgency aid stations
Youthful Pianist
To be Heard
.Janice Fekl. 15\earold Miami
pianist, will perform two major
works with the Miami Beach Civic
Orchestra at ;i concert set for 8
p.m.. Sunday, in Miami Beach Mu-
nicipal Auditorium. Barnett Brees-
kin will conduct the 70 member
group.
Scheduled arc Piano Concerto
No. 1 in E flat, by Liszt, and "Con-
certstuck." by Weber.
Admission is free, but on a re-
served basis, and by membership.
Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka.
president of the orchestra, will be
music commentator
First concert of the 1961-62 season will be held by the Surf-
side Music Society on Monday, 3:30 p.m., at the Florida Snores
hotel in Suriside. This marks the third year oi the series -jiven
by the Music Society, and will again feature young artists
living in the Grecter Miami area, according to Surfside Coun-
cilman Louis B. Hcberman, president. Two artists. Carol ponn,
dramatic colorctura. and William Royal, lyric tencr (standing1,
will be presented in recital featuring arias from the opera,
"La Traviata." They will perform in both solos end duets.
Esther Barrett Isected). well known pianist, will be the ac-
companist.
Also to be performed are Over-
ture to Pinocchio. by Ernest Toch;
Finlandia. Jan Sibelius; and Capric-
cio Italienne. Tschaikowsky.
Dade Youth Will
Present Opera
Dr Howard A. Doolin and Mrs
Roberta Keyes. co-founders of the
Dade Youth Opera project, affili-
ated with the Opera Guild of Great-
er Miami, have announced the cast
for the forthcoming production of
"Hansel and Gretel." to be pre-
sented at the Dade County Audi-
torium for a special matinee per-
formance.
This is the premiere season for
the newly-founded Dade Youth
I Opera project. "Hansel and Gre-1
j tel" is scheduled Dec. 3. and "La
Traviata," also at Dade County
Auditorium, will be presented May
6. 1962.
j
The Humpesdinck opera, origi-;
rally sung in German, will be pre-'
ented in English for its Miami
performance. The production will!
be supervised and directed by Dr.
Arturo di FJippi. of the f>Dera
. Guild. Dr. Paul Csonka will con-
duct the symphony orchestra, and
stage director will be Enck Santa
Maria.
A check to United Fund from employees of the Carillor. hotel
is presented to Jay I. Kislak. campaign vice chairmen, by
showgirl Judy Meson and bellman Ralph Lopez. This :s the
first year that United Fund has had an organized campaign
among Miami Beach hotel and motel employees. All 36 mem-
bers of the SouLh Florida Hotel and Motel Assn. are partici-
pating. The United Fund campaign continues until Dec. 14-
Miami Hebrew Elects Jacobson
Irving Jacobson has been elected
president of Miami Hebrew Con-
gregation.
Other ctnccrs named in a recent
election include Charles Hablow.
first vice president: Harry Hober-
man, second vice president; Jack
Stone, treasurer: Mrs. Nat Coul-
'on. financial secretary: Nat Blum-
berg, recording secretary; and
Jack Besoner, corresponding sec-
retary.
Board of directors include M.
Apfelbaum. Ben Eass. Georg*
Bass. Mr. anri Mr*. Ed Beck*
, Norman Bragcr. Samuel Cohen.
! Peter Duchon. Hershey GlaBB.
Harry Hart. Max Herman M
^Libman. Irving Lubin. Sam*"
tKostoff. Mrs. S. Moss. Max
berger, Jack Person?, Mrs.
Rambam. Joseph Roth.
jamm Sokololf, Mrs. Abrahm i-
pol. Milton Weiner.
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Friday, November 24, 1961
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Page 15-3
Youth Pick
3 Co-Chairmen
Three co-chairmen for the eighth
annual teen-age conclave of the
Greatei rliami Jewish community
Center were announced thi-. week
by Daviri Eskenazi, conclave co-
ord in:
Each ol th I teeiuagers rep-
rcvnts- branches, wfa I be Bending
delegate b. r mth clubs.
Set f. SunrJ D-.-c. 10. at the
inipont Plaztf hotel, the conclave
annual y raws ci =e t>> 4M! young
men and '.vomen from all over the
county.
Co-cl .-men arj Marilyn Korn-
6tein, < j 5V st., represent-
ing the Miami Branch, and also
presidi 11 of her girls' elub; Sidney
Stern. 20! Coll is ave., a club vice
presidei who comes from the
Beach Branc t; ind 'rone Genshaft
17020 NE 9:h ave., of the North
County Branch, and president of
one o! the clubs there.
*' i ndi hildi.-n. Bervll s were
hnrge of Gord il Hon
LEGAL NOTIC-
DAVID MATUNA
. 690 \i: ::.:, i ; \ Ml |
Beach, died No* it. Hi cami
ilx years agn fn \- I
11 in; ire h i' fe.il iia -ii
' i.-. in, lud <' ...
IherM, Loin- .,-1 I Edwa
No* IS rslde Mi....... i.ii
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ARTHUR LUBOW
of in: .i
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ni- tiotr. N.w Y
'- ; 'Gil Shop ii
.... ilift SI
.- a men of Bel i
Sui > .. ivifi Rheu
:
Former Theatre
Executive Dead
Maurice L Fie schman died Fri-
70.
Mr. le jcI in, formerly of
New York, owned a large chain of
i n ', '.. kn ::
I ii and i: Ireyer Mr
i an ooi I his first
theati Nev
I .: 1310.
He rams fa Wami 20 years
ago ar.tj bwlit the Essex House
and CardOM r-3-?ls on Miami
Beach, and wn a former owner
of the Roberts hotel in Miami.
Surviving are his son. Harvey
Fleischman, a vice president of
Wometco Enterprises, Miami; a
daushttr: and five grandchildren.
Services were he!d in New York
on Monday, Nov. 20.
MFS. ALICE PATHMAN
1 78th -t lied No* is A
redden I ft Miami 16 yearn, she
w is ;, mrmber o Temple Enianu
and the i Mcago Ciuo Surviving are
hen husband, Henry; two sons, Jack
an,I Lee a .1 Mm Ha rlei
Sylvan ..-.ii ii brother, I.e., Ni.lel-
iii in .-.......- ..1- \ .\ 20 in River-
side Memorial Chtpel, Normaitil) tale
STEr- -, ORIVALOI
ol 1 v died Ni
Hi ,,-.,'.
aduate ol Ml-
' 1 :- 11 .
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irlm 1
1 Kamlt
Ices were ||n nn ol
I \ \ ;
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i.'i, ol ..' S'M Hi d Nov S
11, 1... _.
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.in I Mm. ; .ther,
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ARTHUR 5. LAVINE
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1 buildi 1 I..-
lewlsh App it and J Feder
Survivins his wife Regtna 1 son,
I'll Up; three -isi -, Itng Mm
Kl.......I ltd ind grand-
t'hil< iren. Ber* wen No* I in
Riverside Memrial tfor
JUL'AN MARKS
- :. ..: 1331 Washington av< died Nun
1 ; li.- im h
Rin ka -' !' irk, N.Y., and waa a
i>ublic rel 1 loi m. 'i 81 r\ Ivinf an
.1 aiiiter, I Han 1, in 1 grai
Services were Nov. 1". In Riverside
M ..' ipe:, f.....ind) It
LOUIS RA3.NOWITZ
' died Nov. 18. He pame to Miami
even ;>. rs ;, :u md wan :i retlreil
palmer Sue* i* ng .. hi* Ife, Min-
nie: ;, dalighter, '' Gertrude Reiss
11 I on, It In-.....- :in,l :i Intel
Ber* ,.... were No* 20 In Beyet B u-
bernl Hun
LEGAL NOTICE
JOEL BENNETT
1 1 2120 NV, 1I1..) No* 16
li> en n 1 hi re I 'o 1 Pro* Ideni e, K 1 .
'^: years ago, and te ;i veteran of
World War ii L\#i the last two year*
1 ii i- 1 en 1 'uctor ai Ra -
allure Ooll Course, and for 10 yean
prior, hi S'ormaml) [Me Golf Coume,
Burvlving .,re h .. v. 1. Hope; daugh-
t, .1. > .in 1 hid > ol hi 1 Ber\ kvs
* 1 "i> 19 mi 1 '> don Fi
Home,
MRS IDA JUFFE
M, of S1S1 W p'Ligter at., dl< 1 \.n
17. Shi ..- ni.- hei IS years ago from
Newark, ""..! and 1- .1 member ol
Beth 1:1 P nag >gJe B nal B'rlth II 1
daKwili, Miarachl md Jewish Home
foi Hi, hf> d A Sur\ i\ ina ire
hi 1 husl and, BenJ irr.ln: a boi lot
two daug Si.in.1 v lei
and Mi.- Mai U Levil 1 sister, Mrs
Piinnj '.'. : llan I ie> ki ind
rei Servli .v.s 1; in
1 '.....1 1. 1
MAURICE J. ROSNICK
611 Weat ave M iml Beat h, died
Not u He cam 1 here -i yenra iro
I Vnik, i'.i ., ii whs ,1 retired
furrier, s. vlvln 1 u his wife, Paul-
ine: sol Or : Rosnlck: two
II ughtei lb a Nli (tie Appleb lun
and Mrt Prances Applebaum; i"
brothers, Mltcb an 1 1 tert, and I
alsters h lud ng Krs Nancy w ii
llam .-...i,-,> ..!-. ,\,.\. 15 in Clor-
ii"i h*unei ,:l H.iiiu-
MRS. EVA ZUCKERMAN
ii. of li> Cartnon.'i ave., CoraJ liiilil.s.
dle.i No,, -,. sue came here 21 years
ago iiom Durhiim N.C., and wai 11
ii, nliMi of Workman's Circle. Surviv-
iim are fbirf daughtera, Mrs. Alice
Waltsman. Mrs. Ida Kellert. Mm.
Bernica Waxier and Mlaa Thelma
Ziickerman; elghl grandchildren and
three graat-gramdchlldren. Service*
Mere Nov, 16 in lord m Funeral Home.
MRS. ELLA R. ANOEL
C:-. of 110 SW Slal ave., died Nov. 17.
Bhi came here 'j:: yaara ago from
Pittsburgh. Surviving are her hue-
b'.ind, Harry K.; three aona, I'r Nor-
num. Herbert and David; a daughter,
Mrs. Leah Qraen, and ill ^randcliil-
don Funeral Home
MRS. VIVIAN PACE
73, of 2363 SW 2'iih In., died Nov. 18.
tftii cami hen- is yehrs ago from
t'lttaburgh, ami was a member if
Pioneer Women, B-th David S1.-1.1-
ln'd. American Jewish Congress. Na-
Uon.l Council of Jewish Women, and
dele L'nlverslty. Survivors in-
lier husband, Alfred; a daugh-
i". Mi- Delia Btadlan, and thr.e
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE is HERJ3BY OIVEN that
the undersigned, leairing '1 engage
i>n.-.n inder the '1 tl lous n ime >f
SOl'THERN WATER CLINIC at 104"
W. Flagler St., Mia to reg-
ister said name with the Clark ol the
Circuit Court >f Dade County, Plor-
:il.,
PURE WATER PRODUCTS, INC.
Bj David B ri 1. n President
OEO H sai.u-:v <. R PAl I.
At tome j
Pure Water I rod lets, Inc.
' 17-24, 12 1-2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.OA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 12325
II Ii; BROOKLYN SAVINGS RANK.
:i New York banking i rp iratlon,
Plain
VLONZO K ST.wr.irv md LENORA
siAM.i:v. ii wife; VHPIC
i\'\ ESTMEN Dr IRA PH 'N .
Florida coriiorition; and T. l> Ki
and RUTH K. KOHL, > wife,
1 :, adai
NOTiCE OF SUIT
r.. T H K< IHL ind RUTH K.
KOHL, '1 .- N
, \ Bonded Mori
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52s u esl F iglei Si
m iumi, 1 '..nil.1
YOU ARE HKBEBY NOTIFIED thai
:i Complaint has been fi!" .
I 1 b> the Ptaintl
styled Court and uauati for the pur-
pose of foreclosing the mortgage on
ine following described property, sit-
late and bi tig Dide < lunty, Flor-
ida, and m..... parUi ilarlj described
as follows:
Lot 23, BI01 10, FIRST ADDIT1I N
'in MYR n.i'.' DROVE, according In
the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat
Book :! at Pagje 2, Publli Records
of Daile Counts,' bio ilia I
Together uiih the foiiowimc Items of
property located in and permanent!)
installed as a part of the Improve-
ment* on said I.mil:
SlidingOlasg i>.mr rub Enclosure
Ranite i:H. Model No. .I-4H1-M
Refrlgarator a :; Model No. LB-ll
Washing Machine O.K.
Model No. WA-r.riO
You are hereby required to serve a
OOP) of your answer or other plead-
ing on Plaintiff's attorneys: JOHN D
BRION and WIl.KI'K C. ROLLINS.
i" B.E. 2nd S'reet, Miami, Florida,
FRanklin I-614::, ind tile the original
answer or pleading: in the office of
the Clerk of Mni Court on or before
the 21st clay of II......niher, tPSl. If
you fail to do so, a rle.-ree pro oon-
fes-o will be entered against you
for t!ie relief ih-m.inded in the Com-
plaint.
WITNESS mj hand and seal ol said
Court at Miami. Dade County, Flor-
ida, this 21st daj ol November, l6l
1:. B LEATHERMAN
1 ''-rk of said ClrcuM 1 lourt
(seal) Bi C COPEUAND
1 "apul 1 C.....
1 I '2. 12/1-8-15
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 52239
NOTICE is HEREBY fllVEN lh:i(
N 11 |i n. W S'legel, huldi 1 n as.
Igui'i "i Cit) i,: Vila on rax !>
.1 numbered ron 11 nd 1 h'h,
luted 1 lie st Dhj .1 me, A I
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11 Unite 1 'punl Stai f 1-.' orlda, i"-
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ors i ... s Book Page ..: In thi
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State il i-...... mlirui d 1
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n In thi
name of I
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Mai s Ilvl Book 1
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will Issue th...... n on 1 he -'Till di
ember, A 16
1 1 ed tli..- 21st laj N..\ embei.
. A D. ;.":
K II LEATHERMAN
Clerk CI ut.
I ';i.'. ; riUu
B; li M i. :KPER,
t) cii
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: IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUN .
FLORIDA iN PROBATE
IN Rl ol
11N A
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
V
ng flu mtl linst Sl
I and -1
1
lids I
estat '.: INJ IREITB
ite of Had intj .
to the 1 1 lule
' dupl
'.'. SVctloi ::::: 16,
flees in
. iusi Dade
Flu Ida, wit nix ah m ..1
the 1 ol the first
publication hereof, or the same will
:~- 1,. 1 red
Dal i al Mlam Fl irlda, this 16th
1 1 ii November, A 1 > 1961.
P ROBERT BKEITBART
BERNARD B BRE1TBART
As Co- Vdministrato .-
RDOAR I.KU 18
.\ 11.th.;. foi thi i 1st ite of
REUiNA BRE1TBAR r d,
' d iPont Bldg., Ml uni, I' r
11 21. 12 1-8-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 12429
JANICE flAIL MII.I.K.V.
Plaintiff,
MARVIN ARDELL Mlf.I.K.V.
1 f,:iil.i:i-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. MARVIN ARDELL MILUEN,
Petty Officer, 2nd Class, United 8tate*
Navy, Naval Air Facility, Severn
River, Annapolis, Maryland, are n
'in. I [ serve a copy of your Answer
to Divorce Complaint riled against
ou on Plaini 1 s attorney. 1: !; rge
NICHOLAS, 1218 \ W 7 St Miami.
Fla., and file original w.th Clerk "i
this Court on or before 26 December,
"": otherwise complaint will be > in-
res -.! i'\ \ n'i.
DATED, Ni', 17 1961
E, 1: LEATHERMAN
Clerk ol said Circuit Court
iseal) Bj C I. ALEXANDER
i ;> ill Clerk
11/24,12/1-8-1."
LEGAL NOTICE
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY
THE AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLOR.OA
TO AI.Ij Th WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, BREETINOS:
w I er. ,-. DAVID EI.KIN, Ml VMI,
FLORIDA: MORRIS KOOAN, MIAMI.
FLORIDA: ISADORI-: WEINSTEIN,
Miami. FLORIDA dl 1 on the lth
day November, A 1951, -.
to be Incorporated under the provis-
ion* of the .: or il c >rp ration lau of
thi SI .: ol :" >rl 1: I >AI.E REALTY
''" 'Ki'.. .1 *ith its prln-
Ipul plai.....t business .11 Miami, Dade
iv. in the State ol F i"i Ida, an 1
wherea thi loekh ilders of such cor-
Ion did "ii th* 2*1 li du | ol Octo-
ber, a 11. 1961, cause t" be filed In
ii, offli ol .- el ii > '.1 State
1! the Slit,- of Florida, :i Consent of
all the sto kholders under the pro.
\ islnns of paid 1 'hapti Si 8, 1 loi Ida
Statutes, showing the dissolution of
such corporation.
Now, therefore, the Secretorj ol
State does hereb) certlfj to the I
going and that he Is satisfied that
the i'iii"i'.......m.. of law have been
complied with.
in WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set m> hand and have
affixed th.- lire it Seal of th.-
state of Florfda, at Tallahassea,
the Capital, tiiis the TWENTY-
FIFTH ii.is ,11 OCTOBER, A.D.
1961.
(seal) TOM ADAMS
Secretary of Slate.
11/24/61
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names ol
ANC.KI.os BARBER SHOP, COLON-
IAL RABKER BHOF at .".SOI 8.W.
113th Place, Miami, Florida Intends t..
register laid names with the cierk of
the circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
ANGELO VAL.DIVA
S"le (>w ner
ARTHUR KARI.ICK
Attorney for Applicant
1 'I Blaoayne nivd.
11 24, 12 l-8-ir.
NOTICE UNDSR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ':i\'i:.s chal
he und rsigned, deairln 1
1 he 1 ii tttlo is nan ol
1 1 IZY iRN ER it 6735 ''
st 1 eel '.----- kin w 11 .1- M llli Road
1111 11 Is to registei i'li
the Clerk 01 the CI lull Court >:
Dade Co mis. r la
NATHAN s v KS
Pro|
WELLISTH \ in lUUHE
Attoi-neJPfeTossMntllll*! SR'i -~ "**' *
IIS 1 ungi-i is lldg,
Mlam|, l .' : i l 1
. .
NOTICE OF APPL!CA-'ON
FOR TAX DEED
FilS 02238
Notli hereb' gl I v' 1
I h a 111 \ \ S1 egel h
if City of Mian Tax S
Numbi red 11
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1' 1. : In the 11 > .,: V .1 Con .-
tj ,.i Dade, l 11
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der iii
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CERTIFICATE OF
COPPORATE DISSCL'-- ON
. THE NAVE \\ 3 B'r
THE AUTHORITY Or Tn
STTc OF FLOP D
M.I. Ti 1 WHuM THK. .:-
KENTS SHALL COMB. 1
Whi r. is HERBERT K. J
\.\ll. \ M A R< IV A.
HAHR dlAM FLORIDA JAND
HAYES, MIAMI, FI.OR
the 111 I rua V.D
lioral
Chaptei : irlda
. HARF'AY 1'' 'i: 1
.11 li in. ss ii ii 1 .- prim i 1
' in ne* it MIAMI. DADE C< 'UNTY,
in 1 he stn' !' Florida, and
the proper officers of such corpor-
11: Ion did "ii thr iti li da) ol Feb ar;
a 11 1958, 1 a use t., be filed In the
thi retarj if State of the
State ol I lor dn, Certlfl Ite of
Amendment chnngmg Its
in CURV8TRE8S CI IRPOR-
ATION and whereas the stockholde -
of such corporation did on the IStli
da) NOVEMBER, A.l>. 1961, cause
to he filed in the office of the Been -
lary of state nt' the State of Florida,
II Consent of all the stockholders un-
der the "\ i-imis -.1: 1 cii iptei
608, Florida Statutes, showing the
dissolution of such corpora
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
si.it,. does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he i- satisfied thai tin
requirements of law have been com-
plied ss Hh
IN WITNE88 WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and 11 is
affixed the Oreat Weal of the -
of Florida, al Tallahassee, th*
Capital, tins the FIFTEENTH day
I NOVEMBER, A.D I >6l.
(seal) TOM ADAMS
s. etarj 1 State
II 24 '".i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 12273
1 AC >B Mi >R( IENSTERN,
Plaintiff,
s -
Wll.l.li: MAE SPENCER,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
PI WILLIE M VE si'l.N' I
1 .1 'la tide < '.'.Kuril
Co "A", 10th B. O 3rd B
Fort Ord, California
Please take notice that 1 complaint
to forei I"-' mortgage up-i thi foi
, .; descrlbi 1 real esl ite '.'-ss it;
I...: 2.' BI01 k I. of BUNCHVILLE
SUBDIVISION according to the Plat
t hereol rei orded In P at (' 10k 19,
:c ;i i^- : the publ rds of
1 lade Counl 1 irlda,
lias beei filed against You are
reujuireil t-. file your answer tl the
Clerk of this Court and serve copy
upon 1 '1 In 1 1- irbach .\. I dan, 383 1
\v f lagh r Si 1 Mi.1 n 1 loi la, m
1 before the 18th da) il
; 98 othei .s I -. the allega tl ma of the
complaint ss i| i. taken .1- confi I
by s .
Dated this 15th day ol N ivember,
: II
!: :: LEATHERM \N
Clerk of the < 'Ircult 1 'ourt
1 lade 1 'ounty, Flor da
(seal) B) K M. I.YMAN
I'eputs Clerk
11 17-24, 12 i-<
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 11857
SHERMAN P I'.atts,
Plaintiff.
\s
CARRIE! BATT8,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, CARRIE hatts, (address
unknown) are hereby notified to serve
a cop) of soar Answer to divorce
c.mpiaint filed against you on the
3rd das of November. 1961, by the
Plaintiffs attorney, Oaklej O smith.
101 N.W. First Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida.
File original with Clerk of this
Court on or before the 28th da) of
December, 1961. otherwise Complaint
will be taken as confessed by you.
1: i:. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of said Circuit Court
(Seal) I's K M I.YMAN,
Di put Clerk
11 21. 12/1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT'OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ti.it
:he ir i' desiring to ensaee In
i 111 inder nal 1
FILTER K1NU U P.O Box 8J,
M Moral
1
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for N 1
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME L
NOTH 1-
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itAM RON AMUs'E: it 2455
N.W. dial 1
d n;i the clerk
r the Clrju
In
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1 r
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1 12 W 1
17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE C0L\TV,
FLORIDA N PROBATE.
No. 44 17
IN RE 1' 1
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BADE W VTER LIN 1047 W.
Flagler St., M bit.....Is 1
.-:i Id nami with C ; Cir
. nil 'oui t of Dad
P| RK w ATI IB '"I'S. INC.
By: David B, President
GEt 11 SAL El I : PAUL
. At tomes
r ire w ater Prndu -. I
11/17-24.1 I
I ---------- -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni iTICE 18 I GIVEN thai
j the undersigne1! ng to engagi I 1
bOslness under the fl ::>.- name of
ATLANTIC \v \ I'ER CLINIC at 1047
W. Flagler 9 Mian ntends to r-n-
Ister sold nami with the Cle k ol -vi"
1 "It cult '' 1 i.i- Count) Flor-
ida.
PURE WATER I R >DUCTS, INC,
: I David I ler 11 in, President
OEO H S.M.I.Ki .v R PAUL
Attorn,-s n for
r 11 w.i'. ts, Inc
II 17-24, 12 1 -S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enga 1
business under tl me of
FIjORIDA Vi \ rbJR CLINIC at 1047
w. Flagler St., Mia
later said nami 1 lerk
Circuit Court 1 Da Flor-
ida.
PURE WATER PRODUCTS, INC.
B) 1 'i'. Id Bermui 'resident
CEO. H. >AI.I,I'V X. R PAUL
] Attorne) for
, Pure Water Pri iducts, Inc.
II 17-21 :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 1207a
I Iii It.- Petil
PEARL TAN2
BERGMAN, us 1 "o-Exi '
; hi Esi 1' 0 ins. 1 k
\11n.1 Kal 5, .1 -. -i
NOT.CE TO APPEAR IN
PROCEED NO TO PC-CSTABLISH
LOST NOTE
Tl N'I
r indatl 11 Inc .
1 11 i !. ; .
Intel
You 1 hi 1 1 >.. ir
' !.. 1 he Hi or ibl GEt R< IK B.
si 'H1 LZ oni of '. : Iges of this
Court, In the Court 11 Miami,
1 irlda, ii 1:30 P M., Wedne* I ly,
the 20th da) ........ I >61 and
then and ther show cause II any
you sun, b) answer dul) filed, as re-
qulred b) law, wh) the promissory
note, di 1 i'.i'. 1 In thi petil ion on file
herein, made March 29, 1957, by
Nortbrup Investment Foundation, Inc
to Charles Lang and Anna Lang, his
ssife, in the principal sum of IKi.siDD.OO
with interest at the rate of six per
s'ent, pa>Hble in five years at the
rate of 1200.00 per month, which note
i.- secured by a purchase moi.es mort-
gage recorded i" Official Records
Hook 183 at Page 471 of the Dade
County Public Records, ss hicli prom-
issory note is alleged in said, petition
to has. beau list, mislaid or destroy-
ed, should not be re-established, and
is to which s.iid pronifssorv nbte the
said petition prays that a true and
correct copy thereof he established as
and in lieu of the ariglnal note, and
thut said re-established n.te he de-
creed to lie th.- sole and rightful prop-
ris of the Estate of Anna I^iug.
And herein fail noL
Witness my haul md seat of said
Court at >Mlami, i>ad- County, i-'i ,r
Ida, tins lr.th day 'f N'oVinher, 1S61.
K H. IJiATHKUHAN
Clerk of the 1 ,,urt
(tieali
Dade County, Honda
B) K M 1,YM
ATs!
Ity Clerk
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Friday, November 24, 19G1 vJenisti ftcridian Page 13-B Family Counseling To be Theme Family counseling will be the Iheme as Jewish Family and Children's Service holds its fall meeting for the membership of the agency at the Dupont Plaza hotel on Wednesday evening. A dramatic presentation of the renowned American Theatre Winy Play "Broken Circle." as enacted by the Acorn Civic Theatre, will highlight the evening's program. Following the play, there will be ;i general discussion involving the audience and members of the jeney's casework staff. Harold 'ianen. president, will serve u> rman of the evening. meeting is one of several :1 events sponsored by tht -xniy '.o interpret to the community the meaning and use of its rofessiqfial soeiai services. Jewish Family and Children's s, i vice is a member of the United Fund of Dade County and of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. | it offers family and individual counseling, child care services, u.nd a special program for senur citizens. MM .in" II.IIICI Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl MMHMWMH i M MM RMHMMM Ml I HH Newsman Elected League President Hendrik J. Berns. of the .Miami News, was elected president of the Citizens Action League at its last meeting. Other officers include vice president, Harry Perkcl; treasurer. Anna Weiss; secretary, Tanya Lynn; recording secretary. Kay Feldmann; parliamentarian, Frank Cohen. Elected to the board of governors were Revy Balkin, Gertrude Day. Clem Lippman. Esther Tyson, ind Margaret Yeoman. Leaders Hail Rabbi Kaplan By Special Report NEW YORK — Premier David Ben-Gurion and Dr. Nahum Goldmann. president of the World Zionist Organization, head a long list <>t distinguished Jewish leaders who have joined in a world-wide salute to Prof. Mordecai M. Kaplan, renowned scholar and founder of the Reconstructionist movement, on the occasion of his 80th birthday. THE NfW fittitofc Restaurant Formerly nd Lounge the Preview BUSINESSMEN'S SPECIALS From 11 30 • 3 pm COCKTAIL HOUR Daily from 4-6 pm King Six* Cocktail* nai and \.uLD Complimentary Hers D'oeuvres • NIGHTLY FEATURE RIBS—CHICKEN OR DUCK prepared aver an Open-Hearth Flam* STEAKS, CHOPS, SEAFOOD nt Moderate Prices DANCING NIGHTLY EXCEPT TUES. No Cover—Nq Min. 3622 Corel Woy Phone HI 3-2038 KING ARTHURS COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run TU 8-4521 • ART BRUNS, Co-Ownr %  | M M d BIG SEASON AHEAD: 11 present sighs."sights and sounds "are any indication or barometer, this area should enjoy a booming winter season— one of the best in years. The motels in outlying areas, such as those north of the Sunny Isles seder, are running far ahead of last November's guest registrations. Along motel row. starting north of Haulover Beach and extending to Golden Beach, quite a liw of ihi boatelriea have been doing capacity business the pas: couple of weeks One of the larger ones, with 300 rcoi.'is. had to take 40 rooms In a neighboring motel :o accommnna • %  *s Overflow of guests. None Of them counted on conventions for this busier, her. Landlords and managers of apartment houses are working overtime showing apartments to newcomers, which proves there are more "s.icwbirds" flocking,into the area now than there were last year at the same time. Best of all. have you noted the rapidly burgeoning traffic of out-oftown autos on Bi.-cayne blvd cro.->mg the causeways and cruising along Collins ave ? -ft 4t PERSONALITY PARADE: Steve Ellis, formerly with the late lamented WPST, is doing a bang-up job as chiet spor.scaster tor a Los Angeles TV' station. Irving Greenfield branching out in many directions with his Maxwell Company. New York will be the site of his newest office. Branches have opened in Los Angeles. San Francisco and Seattle. Bernard and Helen Baum's Alton rd. manse revealing smart new interior touches by the talented hand of designer Jack Cameron, who hopes to have the rooms of bridge expert Charles Goren's new Beach home ready to receive Thanksgiving dinner guests. Judge Jason Berkman. who bears a resemblance to President Kennedy, also is a former Bostonian. The young Justice is getting many calls from local organizations to speak at their meetings. His witty and humorous off-the-cuff talks are the reason. Architect Morris Lapidus, recently returned from the Home Show in New York's Coliseum where he was one of the guest speakers, about to change living quarters. He and his wife, Bea, will call the Terrace Towers home any day now. What's in a nickname? Dave Gelman, better known in the trade as "Dave the Boss," had that inscription inscribed on his golf clubs. He lost one, but got it back pronto. The finder called Dave at his American Salvage Co. office. "Knew it was you," he told Dave. "Saw your ad with that name in the papers." Nettleton Shoes manager Al Lopez greeting customers with a real big smile at his Lincoln Mall store. First time out at Bayshore, after a serious operation a few weeks ago, Al took the measure of three golfing pals. Former hotelman Joe Gelman now in the travel agency business. Has an office at the Carillon. Irving Cohen and son Saul, who used to operate the DiLido, are now managing the revamped Carlsbad Spa near Hollywood. ft ft ft WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: It must be a recj ord — "El Cid," the Charlton Heston-Sophia Loren blockbuster opening at the Roosevelt, is sold out for the first three nights, Dec. 21, 22 and 23, as benefit performances for Florida chapter. Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation, Fraternal Order of the Police, and Knights of Pythias. The many, many fans of Judy Garland, most of whom have seen her span the years from happy childhood star to the heartaches of adulthood, are as happy as Judy in her new emergence as a greater singer and actress. Just to prove a point ab< ut how not so far TV has come since its inception: Have you noticed there are more movies than ever being .telecast — especially during the so-called "prime time?" Hate to think what would have filled those hours if Hollywood's moguls hadn't saved those old lilms. It's about time Jack Ross has been recognized as one press agent ;n a hundred in the hotel business. Jack's won a lot of triends for the Algiers. Diners are heaping wondrous praise on the superb cuisine, including the curried veal cutlet, at Abe Maloff'8 swank Sutton Place in the Gables. • • • THIS AND THAT: A night club innovation certain to be of interest to all local organizations and women's clubs will be Murray Franklin's newly planned "Day Club." Fund-raising and social groups will now be able to plan early alternoon functions and cocktail partie* and enjoy the complete facilities of : the famous Murray Franklin's night club. The matinee affairs will include a complete showing of the brand new edition of "Caught in the Act." the hilarious musical night club revue, with all diff^ent skits, songs, dances and refreshingly talented ; cast. The new version of "Caught :n the Act," now in rehearsal for the on-or-about Dec. 1 opening, will incorporate the traditional Murray 1 Franklin fun-fest into its format. The zany, almost unpredictable antics of Mr. Franklin and hiscrew. will please his fans of long standing and add that "something different" each time, so that each show will be novel, fresh and tlexible. Waldman's hotel is opening prior to Thanksgiving Day, according to j an announcement made by Sam Waldman, of the Waldman family. This year, the Waldman family are planning a kosher Thanksgiving Day celebration, for those who observe strict Jewish dietary laws. Sterling LaVine, general manager of the Montmartre, has set Jan. 6 for the announcement of the winner of the hotel's "Trip to Paris" contest. The promotion, created by Cy Goeld, started early this summer and attracted thousands of entries. LaVine said he traced the hotel's record summer business to the contest. Billy Maxted and his Manhattan Jazi Band open Friday at the Carriage Club, Miami Springs Villas. Their date will extend just prior to the mid December holidays. The crow, headed by pianist Billy, rate as one of the finest r/jgregations of its kind in the country. Frankie Avalon, one of America's foremost young vocalists, has been booked by Miami Beach's seven Shower of Stars Hotels into the City Auditorium the night of Dec. 26. The movie-recording artist will appear free of charge to all guests of the Caribbean, Delano, diLido, j Sea Gull, Sea Isle, Shelborne, and Shore Club hotels on this evening. Philip Weiss announces this week the grand reopening of his popular Beach spot, the Royal Hungarian kosher restaurant, for the 15th I consecutive season. Located at 731 Washington ave., the dining establishment will be open on Fridays and Sundays only until the launch! ing of the winter season. UlElARY LAWS AND SABBATH STRICTLY 08SFRVED nUJflcK ItlkALi fwrinnfn I J $450 Abe Getter dly. PER PERSON dbl, occ. to Dec. 17 20 of 105 roomi AND ALL THIS w Single Occ. $9. FREE!!! tther rates available Chaise Lounges and Mats • 21" TV and Radio in each room • Fre Self Parking adjoins hotel • Weiner Roast. Movies. Games. Entertain, ment nightly • Ntw V.,ir Eve Banquet Party • Religious Services Daily • Pull ti-ne Mashgiach en premises e Salt and Sugar Free Diets • No Extra Charge for Steaks. Chops. 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Poge 2-B rJewisti Fkrfflsn Friday. November 24, 195! Cooking Corner Mildred Srecrtei Miami Council of Ficr.eer Women honor Mrs. .-" Khou iie oi the mayor oi Haifa Iicheon at -he AJ : :: right are Ml & Khoushy end *-":; Sidu national president oi Women, ;~d a surprise guesl at the luncheon. "•': ; a pe: the mayor's wife became a life member honor. Mi [the Pioneer W :hildren Capping Fete At Mt. Sinai second :hiv. • • Auxiliary .1! Mt Sii ii Hospital on Fri lay '> %  c at 10 a.m.. in thi pital. The cen the culmina of a comprehensive period of orientation under the supen 'he hospital's pr Sessional nursing -•aff. for Pink Ladies who will as-• nurses in non-professional du%  1 Chairmen of the project are I Istered Nurses who serve as volunteers They are Mrs Gilbert Fein. >irMorris Goodman and Mrs Samuel Swltt Services aide-' -per -onnel chairman is Mrs M. Kern Auxiliary memberwill learn of •he plans for Mt Sinai Hospital anniversary week to be ceidbrated Irom Sunday. Dee !T. through Sa. with %  evenin j at I Fonl MrA Herbert Mathes, Auxiliary preside./ I the S w thai weathei %  nee moi 1 f. and %  %  and lamb in time of year .: •. %  :. • such lishes cuisii A'hich has ad ed th< can and Near •und her Ground iamb is utilize I as -fine meat with gel ibles Grape with lamb and known is olmas are the ounterp.. jur S ar Moussakas of Israi nd the %  1 layers of the %  >. and s as I to ike ant .it toes 1 %  mak i-eal roll "Sti th stuff reall :For extra g serve it with a sauce made bj ng 1/3 cup of white prepared horseradish to 2 'Z cup : ed currant jelly it as lean as • %  •h I • ver) meat, the will : I %  an exc< ttle g Iget which I simpli %  both oi fat rent tvai mea rhe ga Iget con. .-. it ten inches long with a rubber bulb fitted over I into %  Veal Roll spoons %  %  1 • • ..%  • 1 •-. 2'\ • 1 i < the bread in a mixing bowl the onion mixture and the boiling water, and >tir to blend %  the ituffing seems dry, a UttU more • r may be separate bowl thorough!) • a e-ij p • il •> %  the remai r. 1 %  Bab ; •r I amoui rves 6 a H iI %  'i \\ Lamb Loaf : • frying jk until the jr.ion is soft brown Remove from the heat and >tir in h teaspoon of the poultry seasoning In all recipeusing ground lamb, and '-* teaspwon of the salt Place 2 eggs I %  2 1 cup uncooked meal I jp water 1 teas] 1 I tcasp I spooi e orang • %  %  1. • %  range mar %  %  • • %  half and arrange on • bine 'he marmalade with 2 spoons of the pineapple syrup and : over "he meat. /ItelTMAR-PARV is made with pure vegetable and corn oils • • • unsaturated inoleates in Adult Courses Are Still Open There is still time t > r fgister for one of the three cour nt ual leader of Beth David Shapiro's lectures will be from 1030 to neon. To reduce saturated fats in your family's diet MAR-PARV is now made with pure corn oil and other vegetable oils ... polyunsaturated to preserve their natural high linoleic content. This important "High L" factor is the biggest food news in a long time —a vital key to diet health protection for your family. So take advantage of it in MAR-PARV. Delicious as it is nutritious—MAR-PARV has a sunny bright flavor and goldensmooth texture ... making it a grand table spread and simply wonderful in your cooking and baking. Use MAR-PARV for every meal for every member of your family starting tomorrow! %  Free Films To be Shown Free showings of Breast Self Examination'" and "Time and Two Women" will be offered at WometCP'S Normandy Theatre 7401 Collins ave.. on Friday and Saturday at 10 am. The showing is part of the "Conquer Uterine Cancer" program now in full swing in Dade countyAll adult women are invited to see the films, which are sponsored by the American Cancer Society T Z*t TvJGUST BROS Rv £ *W IS the BESTf Mtfi jgisaBiew y*-^ ; T WSSSKSS: ~-v ssgggssg^ —, 3SL^?** kosher & pareve Another fitt product of MIAMI MARGARINE COMPANY, CINCINNATI, OHIO rfcers of NU-MAID Morgarino and DURKEE'S Salad Drei(f*9*



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-_-, Biday. Novembsr 24. 1961 fJewist ftoridfian Page 7-A The wise time %  %  %  %  ** m ->, # to face the subject is before you have DECIDE NOW TO JOIN veto 5000 Jemk/ Tamiflm "WHO HAVE ALREADY CHOSEN BURIAL ESTATES I2ST 5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET MO 1-7693 Miami s oldest and finest exclusively Jewish Cemetery and Mausoleum Too many people intend to select a family burial site "someday," but never get around to it until they are faced with an emergency. This means making a hasty decision under great emotional stress and hasty decisions are seldom the best ones. That's why you'll be so wise to join the thousands of other esteemed Jewish families who have already made the decision that will lighten the burden so much, when loved ones are left alonf • Their selection of Mount Nebo, Miami's oldest and finest Jewish Cemetery, has been made after the same con-, sidered investigation and thought that you would devote' to selecting insurance or making a will. Like them, you too will find so many reasons why beautiful Mount Nebo can be your only choice. V Mount Nebo's Perpetual Care Fund NOW EXCEEDS $150,000 :-tered by The First National Bank of Miami, which lets J? its trustee, this steadily increasing fund is the il of its kind owned by any Jewish Cemetery in %  ii. Every cent is devoted to the upkeep and beautification of Mount Nebo's grounds. To you this means owning a burial estate in surroundings that will always be maintained with parklike beauty and perfection. M >'NT NEBO IS SO CONVENIENTLY LOCATED ther you use your own car or depend on public transp trtation, Mount Nebo is easily accessible. MOUNT NEBO IS SO WELL-ESTABLISHED Miami's oldest exclusively Jewish cemeleryi has I yeai -, i a place of solace, inspiration and beauty. BL'RIAL ESTATES CANNOT BE TAXED %  r can they be seize.1 for debt, I'hey -ire rtonassessable, lien and judgment-proof. A F! VI-POINT PLAN provides burial protection for the entire family. It is effective upon acceptance of your application. WRITE FOR DETAILS TODAY I I I I I iMOUKrr ISTESO CEMETERY 5505 N.W. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida Please send me, without obligation, full information on Family Burial Estates in Mount Nebo. .Zoo. .State. ..•-...£.



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Fcae 14-B frjfew/jfi fkridHan Friday. November 24, 1961 Loewenguth Quartet will be heard in the second concert of the I % %  • .cription ser.es ottered by the Friends of Chamber : cf Miami on Tuesday evening. Nov. 28, at White rium. The famed croup, which records for tsche Grrrr.rncchon end Vex, includes Alfred Loewen'-.-.; Jacques Gotkovsky, second violin; Roger Roche, viola; Roger Loewenguth, cello. Program will ine Quartet No. 5. op. 64, Haydn; Quartet No. 2, Kodaly; Quartet No. 14, op. 131, Beethoven. Lawman John Wayne suspiciously eyes Stuart Whitman, a reformed gambler, who has fallen in love with Ina Balin, daughter of an outlaw chieftain, in "The Comancheros." rugged adventure drama in color, now at the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres. Giller to Chair ZOA 'Cavalcade 1 Miami Beach builder Ben Giller will be chairman of the forthcoming "Cavalcade of Israel Stars 1962."" according to Louis B. Rudnick. chairman of the Presidents Council of the Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organization ct America, under whose auspices the Cavalcade will be brought to .Miami. BIN GIUIK Giller. who has lived in Miami Beach since 1934, is a senior vice president of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. organizer ol the Giller and Fryd Construction Company, and a past president of the Florida State Apartment Assn. Giller is also a past president of the Miami Beach Apartment Owners Assn., of the board of governors of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, and of th beard of directors of the Civic League of Miami Beach. He currently serves as president of the Greater Miami Apartment House Assn. The "Cavalcade of Israel Stars 1962" will be presented at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Saturday evening, Dec. 23, bringing for a one-evening performance only some of the greatest entertainers and j dance troupes of Israel. Proceeds of the 'Cavalcade'' have been earmarked for the youth work of the Zionist Organization of America and Hadassah. Part of these funds will be used for camfp scholarships to the new Zionist Youth Camp in Hendersonville, N.C. Proceeds will also be used for youth and education work of the ZOA in Israel, according to Herman Weintraub, "Cavalcade" coordinator, and member of the national executive council of the ZOA. Mogen Dovid Launches Drive For Members By Special Report NEW YORK—A nationwide membership campaign to gather new support for Mogen Dovid Adorn. he Israel Red Cross service, is being undertaken by American 3ed Mogen Dovid for Israel. 225 \\. 57th St.. New York 19. Red Mogen Dovid. whose national chair nan is Rep. Emanuel Celler. is he authorized support wing of Mogen Dovid Adorn. Israel's equiv ilent of the American Red Cress Rip Celler stated that his agency had recently been involved in rnuthy consultation with Mogen )ovid Adorn representatives who >ad outlined tf" service's needs in he immediate future. This inolves equipment for new cnur I stations, materials to suppl> ibout 500 new auxiliary aid posts, %  nd a minimum cf 50 new ambu anc Mogen Dcvid Ado-n is availMogen Dovid Adorn are available in Israel and, as a result, Rep. Celler pointed out, the burden falls on American Red Mogen Dovid. "But that's what we are here or," the national chairman comnented. "There is only one way o do this — membership in Amercan Red Mogen Dovid. With mem>ership funds we can beat the %  quipment and ambulance probem and make sine that there is i vehicle on hand to cope with any wssible emergency that may arise n Israel, no matter where or .vhen." Israel does not manufacture its >un ambulances and all vehicles mist be obtained abroad. American Red Mogen Dovid has been isked by Mogen Dovid Adorn head quarters in Israel to provide 50 such vehicles to replace a number if ambulances now in a state of lisrepair, and to equip 20 newlycompleted em rgency aid stations Youthful Pianist To be Heard .Janice Fekl. 15\earold Miami pianist, will perform two major works with the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra at ;i concert set for 8 p.m.. Sunday, in Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. Barnett Breeskin will conduct the 70 member group. Scheduled arc Piano Concerto No. 1 in E flat, by Liszt, and "Concertstuck." by Weber. Admission is free, but on a reserved basis, and by membership. Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka. president of the orchestra, will be music commentator First concert of the 1961-62 season will be held by the Surfside Music Society on Monday, 3:30 p.m., at the Florida Snores hotel in Suriside. This marks the third year oi the series -jiven by the Music Society, and will again feature young artists living in the Grecter Miami area, according to Surfside Councilman Louis B. Hcberman, president. Two artists. Carol ponn, dramatic colorctura. and William Royal, lyric tencr (standing 1 will be presented in recital featuring arias from the opera, "La Traviata." They will perform in both solos end duets. Esther Barrett Isected). well known pianist, will be the accompanist. Also to be performed are Overture to Pinocchio. by Ernest Toch; Finlandia. Jan Sibelius; and Capriccio Italienne. Tschaikowsky. Dade Youth Will Present Opera Dr Howard A. Doolin and Mrs Roberta Keyes. co-founders of the Dade Youth Opera project, affiliated with the Opera Guild of Greater Miami, have announced the cast for the forthcoming production of "Hansel and Gretel." to be presented at the Dade County Auditorium for a special matinee performance. This is the premiere season for the newly-founded Dade Youth I Opera project. "Hansel and Gre-1 j tel" is scheduled Dec. 3. and "La Traviata," also at Dade County Auditorium, will be presented May 6. 1962. j The Humpesdinck opera, origi-; rally sung in German, will be pre-' •ented in English for its Miami performance. The production will! be supervised and directed by Dr. Arturo di FJippi. of the f>Dera Guild. Dr. Paul Csonka will conduct the symphony orchestra, and stage director will be Enck Santa Maria. A check to United Fund from employees of the Carillor. hotel is presented to Jay I. Kislak. campaign vice chairmen, by showgirl Judy Meson and bellman Ralph Lopez. This :s the first year that United Fund has had an organized campaign among Miami Beach hotel and motel employees. All 36 members of the SouLh Florida Hotel and Motel Assn. are participating. The United Fund campaign continues until Dec. 14Miami Hebrew Elects Jacobson Irving Jacobson has been elected president of Miami Hebrew Congregation. Other ctnccrs named in a recent election include Charles Hablow. first vice president: Harry Hoberman, second vice president; Jack Stone, treasurer: Mrs. Nat Coul'on. financial secretary: Nat Blumberg, recording secretary; and Jack Besoner, corresponding secretary. Board of directors include M. • Apfelbaum. Ben Eass. Georg* Bass. Mr. anri Mr*. Ed Beck* Norman Bragcr. Samuel Cohen. Peter Duchon. Hershey GlaBB. Harry Hart. Max Herman M ^Libman. Irving Lubin. Sam*" tKostoff. Mrs. S. Moss. Max berger, Jack Person?, Mrs. %  R ambam. Joseph Roth. jamm Sokololf, Mrs. Abrahm ipol. Milton Weiner. losfp" Bi



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Friday, November 24, 1961 *Jenist ttoriatiidun Page 9-A Task Attacks Leaders In Israel and U. S. Continued from Pg 1-A hud "involved some Soviet citizens o. Jewish nationality into their es, age activities," who had "sold themselves to the foreign'intelligence." Denying they were lead,)1 the Jewish community, he i stained they represent "nothing 1 no one." H a tacked "the Zionist press in Israel, the Minisin Premier David Ben-Gurion's Government, who want to make a 1 impression on Washington." med the attackers were joined I; Secretary of Laoor Goldberg, and accused Dr. Golimann of "taking the same line.'" Orlov denied that Jews as Individ,. s are "subject to any kind of racial (liscrimir.ac.) i in tne USSR." (In New York, the Day-Jewish Journal, a Yiddish newspaper, replied that a number ot prominent Jews in the Soviet military service. awell as well-knewn Russian-JewiI army veterans, appealed to USSR Premier Nikita S. Khrushch< v. tinring the recent Communist Congress in Moscow, for restoration ol full rights to Soviet Jews The Jewish-Russian army men reportedly presented a memorandum which was signed, among others, by Gen, Jacob Kreiser, head ot Soviet forces in th.' Far cast; Maj. (.i .. David L. Nemstov; Vladimir A Duchni; an officer named PIHhatze, and others.; Replying to the Tass statement made in Moscow, quoting him about his evaluation ot tne situation ot the Jews in the Soviet Union, Dr. Goldmann told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency: "The reference In the Tass statement to my previous statement mat there is no anti Semr.ism against individual Jews in the Soviet Union i^ correct. "Theie it no persecution f individual Jews in the USSR and the Jews are treated as equal citizens, although economically there may be some discrim.nation againsv Jews and although they are practically excluded from certain categories as, for instance, the foreign service. But such situations exist in other countries too, and this alone would not represent a serious problem. The real problem of Soviet Jewry is one of discrimination against them as a group both religiously and nationally. "As a religious group, they are uVtiied facilities which other religious groups, like the Orthodox Church or the Moslem minorities. possets, Thenarc. by far. not enough synagogues. With the 'exception of the small yeshiva in Moscow, there is no possibility to train rabbis; there is no religious literature, etc. "As a national minority—the Jews in Russia are recognized as a nationality — they have practically none of the facilities whic'n o'iier nationalities possess—namely their own schools, their own press, their OV) n theatre, their own literature. "Lately, there was some improvement indicated by the appearance of a Yiddish journal and the preparation of the publication of a i few books of living Yiidish writers Just because of this slight improvement which raised great hopes among many Jews, the shock was | all the greater when we learned about the arrest of the Jewish leaders in Leningrad and Moscow. "Nevertheless, I am not sure if this indicates a radical change to the worse of the Jewish situation in the Soviet Union, and we have to wait for furtner developments before we can pass judgment. "To sum up the Soviet-Jewish problem, it is in my opinion not one of racial anti-Semitism against individual Jews but a problem of discrimination against the Jewish community as a minority which would be condemned to disintegrai tion if the present policy should continue for a long time. And as this concerns nearly 3.000,000 Jews. Jewish public opinion will have to continue to press tor a change in the present policy and to demand j that the Jewish minority get the same facilities and rights which i other minorities in the Soviet Union possess." Left to right are Jacob C. Fishman and Joseph W. Malek, newly appointed co-chairmen of the Miami Beach Zionist District Luncheon Club. The organization will open its 16th season of winter luncheons on Wednesday noon at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Guest specker will be Dr. Morton J. Robbins, of Nashua, N.H., noted Zionist leader. Assisting in arrange| ments are Herma n Weintraub, Joseph Alter, Herman Wilson, f Louis Rabinowitz. Sidney Raymond, Mrs. Bessie Greenwald, Harry Gordon, amnd Gil Rappaport, executive director. Dr. Wolf son, Student of Spinoza's Belief, To Mark His Eightieth Birthday Friday Sinai Schedules Cardiology Series The Depai of In tern I lied HI is] il will sponsor a i te series < :i "Currei I cepts i Cai log; from N .. 27 ihr tugh Di i i in Louis E. \ torium, with Dr. : 'I Lown, of rd L'nivei: I lui (he 11 The Car '.vision of Mt. Sinai has pla! i! e program for ail doctors area w h i ns will be evenii i Mon lay 11 include •Bed-He ?n blem in %  em i i • possible Ihi I. '. Erora Jacob Di Lou n is i graii late of John H kins '': %  .•.•: sit; ;... 1 of medicir.e, a Resea r< h Fellow in Card Peter Bent Brigham )ital, Boston. Mass.. and Hari vard medical school, and has had two and some 30 papers I shed dealing with this sub(ect. A dentist who h;_ s lived in retirement on Miami ESeach for many years will mark bias 80th birthday on Friday. He is Dr. Abraham Wolfson, known throughout t he, community as| founder and di rector of the Spinoza Outdoor Fori um. Dr. Wolfso graduated from' the college oil Samet to Speak At Breakfast Seymour Samet. Southeast area director of the American Jewish [Committee, will be guest speaker i at Temple Emanu-EI's weekly i Youth Service and Breakfast this Sunday morning beginning at 10 j a.m. High school students will gather in the congregation's Sirkin Hall to jvicw the award-winning film. "The Boundary Line." which is narrated %  by Walter Abel and depicts the : history of hate through the various ages of mankind. At the conclusion of the film. Samet will lead a round table disI cussion. dentistry of NtV^H York Universtiy*— to 01. WOlfSON Miami Miami Beach Wl 5 82*2 H. Laudtrdalm Hollywood JA 5-2*22 HART TRAVEL AGENCY LAST CHANCE TO CRUISE ON PRIDE OF ISRAEL '. S.S. JERUSALEM V 3 DAYS — 2 NIGHTS %  Nassau Sea-Air Cruise ^_. OCEAN FRONT FIRST CLASS AIR CONDITIONED HOTEL WITH POOL and BEACH • Miomi Jo Nassau Cruisa fMsfl*4F*r)Raft|l • Luxury Lunch and Delicious Dinner or. Board V } • Free Open bar on board — All you can drink Including chompagna q* %  %  %  %  %  • Spectocular Israeli Floor Show j • All transfers In Nassau *41\.._ \ • Floor Show ot Nassau's famous Junkanoo Club (limbo-Goomboy-Fire Dance) .-< •—-* -^ • Return Air Flight to Miami or Ft, Lauderdalt) \ FOR MSIRVATIONS .„< TICKFTS \ '*Miami -4 Ft. Uadaraati. Miami Stack W Hollywood Wl 5-8282 JA 5-2122 RF.MF.MifR HART TRAVEL IS TOT ONLY AGENCY IN AN OCEAN MONT MOTEL AT THIS MICE. in 1907, and practiced in New York for some 35 years. In 1942, he urned his practice over to his saon, Oliver, and oame to Miami Bc=ach. He has since liv— ed in what he calls his "hermitage." a unique penthouse at 121-M.lth st.. where he practices his principal pursuits: • His love ol th -* philosophy of Spinoia, as extrrsstplified by his book, "Spinoii-/ss& Life of Reason," published ir- 1932. • Conducting a regular lecture forum under a hugs*-' canopy at the site of his home, bearing the name of Spinoza. • Writing such diverse works as "The Road to llcak-lth and Happier Living" and Live a Hundred Years Happily." two litlMe books preaching the vegetarian, non smoking existence. In addition. Dr—. Wolfson finds time to speak bmefore numerous health and exercise organizations here, and more re— cently has taken on the news editor ship of the B'nai B'rith Luncheon •Club and Zionist Luncheon Club r> f Miami Beach,: at each of whose meetings he of-1 fers a weekly d igest of current events. At the B'nai B'ri*h Luncheon Club I next Tuesday in Che Lincoln Lane; restaurant, members will honor Dr. j Wolfson on the occasion of his 80th Chess Club Meterings "Checkmate." This is the only sound that can !>*%  heard in Room 201 at the Coral GSables Youth Center on 400 Anastas ia ave. The Chess Club meets ther every Monday and Friday from ~7 to 10 p.m. Membership is open to adults with a special chess membership. Murray Cohen is chairmasn of the club. birthday—and he will reciprocate with a lecture on the philosphy of Spinoza. His beliefs? "I am happier by far when I am patient and forgiving, and am more successful with people than when I was demanding and complaining." Declares the octogenarian: "Life itself is neither good nor evil It is ; j the scene of both good and evil as' i one makes it. I prefer to make it J good and beautiful and lasting as ; long as possible." Among his personal, more tragic; relationships. Dr. Wolfson is the; uncle of the late world-renowned pianist, William Kapell, who at ace 30 died in a plane crash on his return from a concert engagement in the Far East. J It c GETAWAY TOM as Your Israel Headquarters 1638 Collins Avenue Miami Beach AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR ZIM IIMS and EL AL GEORGE KRONENGOLD TRAVEL SERVICE BEACH 540 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI JI: 1-0155 Happi itlllno ei THE BALMY, SUNNY SOUTHERN ROUTE to Bit o*e o-td • Fiiily an c:nj| oned • Stabiliser eau.ppaa for si iging • Tempting, stnctiy Kosher cuisine • Lively Israel atmoSphere SIIINC FROM NFW YORK EVERY THIRD WEEK: S.S Is'Ml and S S lion, stopping tn route it Madenj. Spain and Greece SAILING FROM MEOIIEftRANEAN P0RIS WEEKLY: I.S. Meudor Mci;i and S3 Jeusaiem (in Ifasonj S* fottr travel •(* %  or IRaVHING! rggj Ca // j\ GUS JJSHAW SHAW ll'UVia SERVICT Inc 149 N.I. 1st St., Miami, Ft 4-260-t MUlt f' AHEIIClll ISRAELI SMIfflRC CO INC .42 I Ai. 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' Friday. November 24. 1961 k nist> fkridHnn Page 5-A ___ f Health and Aged Welfare Discussed Leonard Wien (far left), chairman of the Founders Club of Mt. Sinai Hospital, tells Sam Friedland (seated) a "birthday story" ct the stag birthday party dinner given in Friedland's honor by his co-founders and trustees last Thursday evening at the Diplomat hotel. Listening in are Max Orovitz, immediate past president of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and J. Gerald Lewis, president. Charcowskys Will Take Hebrew U. Bahamas Tour Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, of Miami Beach, national l( arlcrs of the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, will be among those members of the South Florida Division taking the Dec. 5 cruise to Nassau aboard the SS Jerusalem, president Jack Gordon s^id Wednesday. The' Charcowskys have donated more than a third of a million dollars to the Hebrew University, and ( harcawsky Square, the entrance to the new campus at Givat Ram. is named in their honor Mrs. Bertha Solomon, founder of the South African Friends of the Hebrew University and first woman member of the Parliament of South Africa, will be -juest of honor on the Hebrew University segn.int of the tour. The noted lawyer and journalist, mother of Mrs. Michael Comay, will arrive in Miami Beach or. Dec. 1 for a series of r-e.tings with local leaders of the American Friends. Deluxe accommodations aboard tl.c Zim Lines' passenger ship been arranged by the South Florida Division. The tour will depart at noor,, Dec. 5. and return by airplane Dec. 7 from the Bahamas. Plans fcr the first National Women 8 Division conference of the American Friends ever to be held in the South, slated for the Americana hotel on Jan. 30 to Feb. 2, wire outlined at a tea last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Lee Ratner. Mrs. Louis Glassrr has been nnmed conference chairman. DALLAS — (JTA) — Communitywide coordination of medical and nursing resource*, for improvement of the care of the aged and chronically ill. was recommended I here in a report to the -General Assembly by the Council' of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. The report resulted from an intensive, four-year study sponsored by the CJFWF health planning committee. Louis Stern, of Newirk, N. J.. chairman of the committee, headed a group of 90 lay and professional representatives from communities throughout the country, many of them with wide i xperience in health planning. Dr. Franz Goldmann. former professor of public health, headed the study. The research was financed in part by the United States Public Health Service. Jewish organizations that cooperated in the research basic to the study include.i 187 hospitals, special institutions for the long-term sick, homes for the aged, family service and vocational service agencies, and welfare federations. Five key •ecommendations were made in the report, which will be analyzed and discussed here by delegates to the Assembly. The main recommendations are: 1. Expansion of the functions of general hospitals to include responsibility for acute hospital service for the chronic sick, calling also for greater cooperation between hospitals, long-term institutions and social agencies. 2 Conversion of the functions of homes for the aged into service for the long-term care of physically and mentally impaired adults, plus Essay-Art Coniest Planned Adult Courses At Temple Judea Temple Judea's program of adult education continues with the fourth session on Tuesday at the Temple. Rabbi Mordecai Podet's course. "The Saga of Our Faith." is presented from 8 to 8:50 p.m., and Dr. Donald D. Michelsou's course is from 9 to 9:50 p.m. The courses are given in lecture form, and the public is invited to attend. Entry blanks for the annual essay-aii contest of the Bureau of Jewish Education have been distributed to all Jewish schools, according to M. A. Baskin, Bureau president. The contest, co-sponsored this year by the American Jewish Congress Florida Women's Division, includes two subjects: "Peace — What docs Judaism Say About It?" and "Man's Responsibilities to Man —The Jewish Point of View." Contestants may choose either of the subjects. The are subjects include original drawings, posters, sculpture and other art objects of Jewish content refering to peace or man's obligations to others. Prizes for the contest are: first prize in both contests, a S50 U.S. Bond; second prize, $25 U.S. Bond; third, fourth and fifth prizes, books on Jewish life. Judges for the contest include Reyna Youngerman and Charles | Jacobson. artists; Leo Mindlin. executive editor The Jewish Floridian; Mrs. David Muskat; and Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Rules of the coniest iimit entries to boys and girls. 12 years or over, who attend Jewish elementary or high schools in Greater Miami and Hollywood. The essay must have no less than 250 words, and the art objects must be of original design. Deadline for the contest is Jan. 29. %  'he development of other conini liI iy services for the care of he | healthy aged. 3. "Vast expansion" of h< ne care programs for the aged. 4. Development of "system c j plans for inter-agency and inl r! proiessienal cooperation." 5 Development of new patte as >i association by voluntary, r nj profit agencies and instituti with government insurance org:.ni! zations and commercial en Br I prises. The study found that, "tho igh hundreds, perhaps thousands I I new agencies have sprung up in i.c nl years :o serve the increai number of aged and chronical!} ill, %  each meets only segments of their nealth and social needs." Now, : the report stated, it is "urgently necessary" to develop a coordii ft^d network of social, health 1 welfare services, which W( il make maximum use of availablere. ources." United States Surgeon General I Luther L. Terry, in a foreword to 'he report, stated: ••This report, coming from one of the natH leading voluntary resources of Cjre •n thi< field, is especially timely." He emphasized that the ret nmendations in the report "ref ct high sense of public responsi' lily in the field of health and \ elfare," and commend the document "to the serious attention of all | rj sons interested in health and m ical activities." ^v,VTVvyWV*^VVVV^WV^^V' > > > < % < % < % < % < % < % < % o 1 <> ui;si;iivi: in < i >im i: ion.: TO CELEBRATE THE 75fh BIRTHDAY OF % < < < JEWISH NATIONAL FUND i ^oHl. I*t AUGUST BROS R V£ *^ Is the BEST? IN GREATER MIAMI at the FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL 'Kosher Banquet) For Reservations Coll Jf 8-6464, it 8-7564 i <> <> < 4> 4 < %  #64646444444b44444?4444644$4> A \ > SOMETIMES IT'S THIS MDAWAY... ISRAEL THIS UNIQUE USEFUL 24-YEAR HEBREW CALENDAR IS FREE TO OUR READERS 30 papes. All Hebrew dates at a plance also days of tha week ... October, 1940 to Sep. tember, 1D64. It is easy to find Yahrzeit and Bar Mitzvafc dates with this calendar. For a frte copy, write to H. J. HEINZ CO. Pept, J2, Pittsburgh 30, Pa. SOMETIMES THIS... 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Friday, November 24, 1961 +Jtni§t nwidUan Page 3-B JHia mians UUatclt JL^ocal ^Arrtist s rCisinci *^)i n* tar By ISABEL GROVE H isn't often that, within a brief five years, faith in an artist who I long been without recognition, i^ rewarded with national and then i t< inational justification. Here in I s area, many people who ad-' i Ired and acquired the works of Janel Kennedy of Coconut Grove, an now having the-e pictures reiced by Contemporary Arts for distribution in museums and gal1. rus all over the world. This particular story started when Shirley (Mrs. Abe) Huber I rsl saw some ot Mrs. Kennedy's work at the Miami Beach Public Library Art Center back in 1956. ( ompletely enthralled with the canvases, she immedlatedly bought Ecveral lor her own home. She I so sought out the artist* and buri (I a number of additional painti gs to display on her walls. Soon • of her friends became equally interested, and not only bough) Kennedys, but began to sponsor the artist. Among the flrsl to start a collec: was Mrs, William Pite, who has a complete and varied set Ol Kennedys, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schonfeld. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kmmer, Alan 11 Amdur. and Alvin Richter, Seymour and Alice Rubin acquired many of Mrs. Kennedy's v i.rks. and in 1957, Alice gave a l< a at her home and invited her many friends to a display of Mrs. Kennedy's pictures. The Dr. Don-, one Thousand Greater Miamians aid Muhnols and the Dan Ruskms t0 individuals, business, profession also were early, enthusiastic ada j an( | industrial firms. Proceeds mirers who began collecting the won j ( 0 t ne Dade County unit of works of this artist whom they so {fpip, J n ,,rcd •' Included were "Joseph and His Mrs. Ellis Gimbel. Gabriel Heatt oat 0 f \j a ny Colors," owned by ler's daughter, after seeing a great Mr and Mrs. Arnold Sirkin; Mr. r any Of the canvases, suggested to anc j \j rs \| 0 rris Lansburgh's "Lily Cham ka Festival Sunday Night Greater Miami chapter of the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children will hold a ( hatiuka festival 'on Sunday. 7 p.m.. until midnight, at the Masonic Lodge. 41 Valencia ave., Coral Gables. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Martha Peyser, chairman, and Mrs. Frances Makstoin. Mrs. Ruth Nurenberg is master of ceremonies. Dinner will be in the form of a smorgasbord. Dancing will begin at 9 p.m. Proceeds assist the free, non-seclarian Denver institution, where en children from the Miami area are presently being treated lor isthma, Mrs. A. Edward Sirkin (in photo at left) is shown with "Joseph and His Coat of Many Colors," by Janet Kennedy. Painting is in brilliant shades of red, blue, orange and block. Photo is by Mrs. Sirkin's son, Alan, a senior at Beach High, who has won many awards for his photography. Right is Mrs. Abe Schonfeld, pictured with "Tempo," a Kennedy collage with violet and orchid predominating. may be the youngest art collector in the area. Several years ago. many of the Kennedy paintings owned locally were made available to the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis for use on holiday cards to be distributed by a Committee of Huber, Lou Walter's niece, and hushis wife's new interest and furband, Abe, came here from Deal, thers Kennedy paintings and the Cedars Women Plan Meeting Cedars lit Lebanon Auxiliary will lold its next board meeting on Dec. 12 al the home of Mrs. Herschel Lcschel, 1644 Tigertail ave., Miami. I was announced by Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, pr sident. N. J about ten years ago. Although he is busy with his hold, the Atlantique on 163rd and Collins. Huber thoroughly approves of Gallery whenever he can. Service programs will shift into ligh year alter the first of the year, she said, with an open membership I meeting scheduled for Jan. 16 at The Huber-have two sons. Philip, the Dupont Pla/a, and a dinner 19, at Gainesville, and Lawrence, lame i.n Feb. 10 at Miami Springs 13, at Nautilus Junior High. Villas Mrs. Huber that she open a gallery. Shirley, confident that one day the world would give full recognition i \l> Kennedy's work, and having championed her lrom the start, soon became her exclusive agent ; nd opened a gallery now at the Peauville hotel. Maid of Astolat:" "Princess and the Blue Rose." belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Fricdland; and "Peace." owned by young Joseph Pite Now Contemporary Arts, which has reproduced Rouaults. Braques. and Monets for museums and art galleries, has chosen 28 Kennc Ajnong her first clients were the dys, almost all belonging to peoLeonards Friedlands, who now .-. n many Kennedys, the Morris : nsl urghs, Dr, and Mrs. Jacob r Glassman, he an arl connoisseur painter himself. Mr. and Mrs. A. Edward Sirkin. and Mrs. Pile pie in this ana. tor reproduction. The pictures a r e done in brush stroke and true color Huber Gallery will oversee production to insure authenticity. Mrs. Kennedy, whose canvases I d her son Joseph, now 13, who >in on exhibit in the Butler Institute of Art. Youngstown, O.. Uje l Diversity of Illinois and the Waddington Gallery, Montreal, among many, employs realistic, abstract, pear abstraction and improvisa-1 lion techniques. She was recently made a Life ; Fellow of the International Institute of Arts and Letters, an honor | not accorded many Americans. Her guide and mentor. Shirley Needy Will Benefit Goodwill Group of Miami will hold a luncheon and card party (n Thursday noon. Nov. 30. at Beth El Congregation Auditorium, f>00 SW 17th ave. Proceeds will he used for clothes and food for needy families. Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices t # .. .. %  > UNSHINE FASHIONS V '"tie/ iHoXwhr u>Ctfc^ Udb "taitft/ HOFFMAN, IS COMING. kwith their flavor tree, ^ • Real fruit that sparkles with Vitamin C. £* — .. .^ m f THANKSGIVING SALE AND CLEARANCE STARTS FRIDAY! 9:30 A.M. TIL 9:30 P.M. Spectacular Savings! Hundreds of values for your family, for your home, for you take advantage of this great opportunity to save. Use your convenient Burdine Credit Plan. BUY NOW! TAKE MONTHS TO PAY! SALE AT Alt FIVE BUKDtNVS STORES -C



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Friday. November 24, 19G1 +J(**isti nrridirtn Page 13-A <^fn L isolate wilder* were re* i J %  • to the eyes of the passengers "Here is Mount alassada!" exclaimed one of the passengers. Suddenly a cry of H mder burst from the mouths of all tin passengers. "What is this? Fata Moruana No." said the steersman, "this Is Ein Gedi." Ein Gedi, which is situated in the heart of the desert, is completely covered with an abundance of trees and shrubs. Here there are cultivated fields covered with g een, the fruit of the toil of the members of Ein Gedi. Because of the great heat, vegetables ripen here much earlier, and are the first to reach the market. Near Ein Gedi there is a spring 135 metres above the Dead Sea. and adjoining it. plots of cultivated land with primitive irrigation canals dating from antiquity. The weary trippers bathe in the waters ol the spring. (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) Humanity Should Cultivate The Habit of Thanksgiving By RABBI MAX ZUCKER lemple Adath Yeshurun Does God need our Thanks? God indeed does not need our thanks, but we feel the impelling need to pour out from a heart welling wiih gratitude our Thanksgiving to God. This element of Thanksgiving aixl praise is the most pervasive and characteristic element of our liturgy. Our Amidah. .for example, contains a prayer which is a singularly beautiful anthem of gratitude for God's manifold mercies to us. It is a prayer which gives expression to the Thanksgiving that we feel for "our lives which are committed unto Thy hands, and for OUT Minis which are in Thy charge, and lor Thy miracles which are daily with us." When we thank God anJ praise Him. we are doing it not for His sake but for our very own. Thanksgiving Day is a day set aside for just such a purpose, in order that we might cultivate the spirit of Thanksgiving to the Almighty for his bounties, as we do the habit of saying "Thank You" to our fellow man for a courtesy shown. Without this habit, we are apt to take the blessings ol life as a matter ol course, become sell-sufficient, and forget that there is a God to whom thanks are due. There is a legend to the effect that robbers once threatened to disnoil an ancient monastery. Getting wind of that, the monks took the golden organ which they had and sank it in the deep waters of a river flowing nearby. Now the legend has it that people passing the river could hear the music of the organ though it was buried ceep in the river. Human beings should be like that organ in the legend. They should cultivate the habit of Thanksgiving and not wait till the Thursday in November. For. relegated to one day, Thanksgiving even on that day becomes more a day for eating Turkey and cranberry sauce, than for an outpouring of the human soul in genuine gratitude for bounties received .5 e r v i c e # J hi s (Ase e he n d Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later | than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re^ees iet'tffvetTafter That time will be returned as proof of** their lateness. RABBI MAX lUCKlR cultivating a spirit AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. Friday S:1S p.m. PaturSay 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Tbri i> No Upd Where There l> So Kiinln.-> Bar Mltivah: STn-'f sou uf Mr. uii.l Hn, Isidore Llplnslcy. — • — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantsr William W. Lipson. P'rldH.v 13 p.m. Hen nor "In I i ini-.' .--., i uraii > • > non sii.ii to Where I Mlti llnb%  11 ol Mi and Mi Ml -hael > "i.v In, — • — BETH EL. "LCO SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. l ii .i i |i.n Sal u iiliudt.' iII i :•.. n. i! \ Irtue — • — BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Hym.in Fine. I-": iI. > v i". p.m Kermon "KucapUim j IX ii i he Ai.su • • S iturda) • : %  i ii' Bur Mltsval Alan, -••!! • %  < Mr mil Mi. i "li.irl. .u elusniau. — • — BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. Krlda %  '• i". p.m, s iturdi la.i Sei '•The fc'plrlt ..: Thanksgiving." — • — BETH JACOB 301-311 Wishington ave. Orthodox. Raobi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Man-.ches. Kridaji 5:1" p.m. Saturlaj ft:30 a.m S'ermim: ''When Brother* Meet liar VIUz\ -H Arthur, son o( Mr. and Mr*. Me3 'i Welnger GEMS OF WISDOM It i> ijood to nive thanks unto he Lord BIBI I Give thanks to the Lord for He BIIU I ::. s* %  c-ir vrse il.ri-i Lord, j d I ... t'j.! ji:i • '(u! m d kM In all 5dl ,:>ld **rayen will be except hat of Thdn^sgn ing. I : VIT1CI RABBA. 1/ J Jew breads a I •: he than Jod ; :. did nol hr:dl^ h.ith l( .; he breast h .:. : i he thanks God 'ie did not break, his nec\. v DDISH PROVERB. I By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX flhy is it that a quorum of adult males (a Minyan of ten) is required for the recital of certain prayers? The requirement is quite an old one. It is found in the Mishnah (Megillah 4:3) where it is the pre: scribed minimum attendance for l such functions as the recital of the Kaddish, the public reading of the 1 Holy Scroll, the recitation of "Barchu" with its public response. Kedushah, and other items which generally entail the public sanctifica-l lion of name of the Almighty The Talmud bases thi> requirement upon the Biblical use of t h e term F.dah (congregation) when ten men were involved (in the case of the ten spies who spoke ill of the promised land—Numbers 14:27). It is evident from a Mishnaic source (Avot 3:6> that the Divine Presence is at hand when ten men are engaged in the study of the Law. From this it is generally deduced by Kabbahslic sources, that when ten men are engaged in praying together, the Divine presence may be felt among them. Maimonides claims that the prayer of a body of ten men is more likely to be heard by the Almighty than the prayer of a single individual. Psychologically, it is quite evident that | a greater spirit is generally felt in the presence of a congregation praying together in unison than about one man praying alone. The number ten being the first unit of counting thus involves the first combination of individuals on a higher plane. While there certainly is room for individual prayer in Jewish tradition, nevertheless, when the prayer calls for the sancI tification of the name of the Ali mighty, or when a ceremony calls j for public acclamation, the quorum of ten is a basic requirement. • • • What is the derivation of the expression "Minyan?" The term comes from a Hebrew i Th.is page i> prepared in co 0p< •'. : till \. %  itUdl Li-dd| en oj the ^'eaur Miami Rabbinoil Assn. RABBI MAX A LIPSi HITS i' irdinator Contributor: RABB II 0M IN SCHIFP Gemi or W;>uoro i—m—iiiii i urn mniiiiiinn—Mini i root meaning to count." It thus means "a count," which could technically be any count. Since the required "count" ct the men present at certain prayers is ten, the proper quorum (count) must have been referred to as a "count of ten" (Minyan Asarah) and probably was later abbreviated to the form of "Minyan," since it was known that this count must have been ten. • • Why are the last windings of the Tefilah of the hand delayed until after the head piece has been donned (i.e., the winding around the fingers?) In accordance with the Kabbalists, this winding was a symbol of the "marriage" of the powers of the mind with those of the arms. They would therefore not be in place without the head phylactery already being secured in place. The Tefillin of the hand and groom. The windings around and head are likened unto a bride the fingers unite them both. A grateful ?ucst .says "Bleu that host' Hi>u' many Ut'neS, portiOTU, calics he brought out for me'" An ingratc tayt "What JiJ / hate' A piece of bread, a bite of meat, a bit of wine; and he served for the sa\e of hi. wife and children.'' HI N ZOMA. BETH RAPHAEL. U9 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Saoero. oresident. Frlda) -i p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. — e — BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. FYiduj 5:18 p.m. Sutur.Jaj 8:30 a.m. Kerntoiu "Our Place In the Civilised World." 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Xaatmti and I.. l, .iin.m — • — BETH TORAH. 1$4th t. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschiu. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. and B:30 p.m. Sermon: "Self Deception ii:i Real Art." Bar Mltivah: Cheryl, da >I Dr. and MrMoit. .II RoHenbluth. Buturaaj %  I". ,i m. — e — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th st. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Cershon Levin. < iii.iin 5:51 :itnl s..\" p.m. Sermon: 'Profurn Thanks and Profound >:i\II.; .-'.. mi da) 9 a.m. Rai Mltavah: I Ricky, son of Mr and Mra. Al Rouen. -a — DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantoi Emannel Mandel. p.m. s. rmon: "Th WreM'Ina Jew. Satun i '" a.m. Sermon "Portion "i (he \\'.-. U. Bui Mitavali Howard, -.:. of Mr and Mm Howard Luca • — FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pl. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald Lerer. Canter George Goldberg. '. : %  and *:l." i n • Sti UKR fi p Jev -i'. s in •> al Saturdn c i a.m. Bai Robert, •• %  "ii • %  : Mr and Mrs w %  %  Moi ire. — e — HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Ra'jhi David Shapiro. Cantor Yeh..dah He 'braun. — e — ISRAELITE CENTER. 31-5 sw 2 5th ter. Conservative. Rabt.i Morion Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen I %  "• '• 1 iitui 8:1* p.m. Sermon: "Did W Olve Th 'Ml,-— .-.,: 1 i:A a.n Bar Mil -vali Harve;, m 11 of Mi and Mra. Abraham Kurland. — • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. 1 Ida) vr. p.m. Sermon: "The Besl Vears of Our Lives Dnea. Shabbal host 'onrad Blalne, In Ii moi u eddli R annli • 1 Barj ol Mr and Mra Morrla Biti — e — TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Garden* rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reisman. H"rtdaj %  • p.m. Sermon "Thankfulness, Thankfulness, When An i'ii' 1?" Saturday 9 a.m Sermon: "A Return to tin Portals of God." Bar Mltavah: Jeffrey, aon ol Mr. and Mra. I i re Rabin. — e — TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. frldaj 9:15 p.m. Sermon: "Our American Heritaite." Saturday 11:15 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Leo, son of Mr. ami Mi Harold Cowan: Steven, aon of •ii and Mrs. Melvin Roaenbaum. — e — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hail. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. : ,' % %  ''•'.• IS p.m. Sermon: "ThanksrTida) :."' p.m Sermon: "Malacni'i Ancient Query." Saturday 10:SO a.m Sermon: "Message of Obadlah." -e TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Vendelowitz. %  1 • p 1 Jui ir rsv BI r> lei Saturda; 9 ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. i' !'l." |ii" s-i in. 11: "Judaism and Deniucrac) —lur Common Hrituge." Saturda: 10:45 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Samuel, son of Mr. and Mm, i '.i'. Id Miller. — e — TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing, ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Hirsch Adler. Friday s::'.'> p.m. Sermon: "Moral Rearmament," guest Rabbi Herman M. C '.:' II — e TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Prldaj ••:'.:• p.m. Sermon: "I'm Qlad 1 I ion 1 Bellei .• In • :".i — • — TEMPLE JUDEH. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Friday 8 l". p.m. Sermon: "Some > %  • 1 unite Ji wa %  ineg b'nabbal hoal. Sisterhood, Saturda) 10:30 a.m, • TFMPLE MFNo-M. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer A: OWltZ. Cantor boward Klein. Irlda> -. 1 i.m sim>n 1 'i In* 1 'p Ith Thanka Sei Ice dedicated to the con panIclpai Saturdaj y a.m -'• ••• n 1 "i he I thi ;..... Bai Mltavah; i ... ..11 .,,, i 1 .1... i 1.. %  :.. wits. — • — TEMPLE S NAI OF NORTH M'AMI. 12 10 NE 16th ave. Reform. Rabbi Btnno M. Wallach. •. %  How flood ill-; %  1 • ird Satu a.m. 1 tar M ii/.'. ih i n j son uf \VI — e TEMPLE TIFER6TH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Helm, %  -i Sermon "Thai -Kiviiuj R flu % %  '-: %  In • %  1.. ..f 1 >ur irchs %  ".. 1 Shahbi 1 h Mi and M rs. Ilerbtri Buxba am In I of son, Fred s hlrthdi Saturd a.a. Sermon: w % %  • kij I'..i 1 Ion." e TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Friday 9:15 p.m Queal speaker Dr rack \ Kapuhan, assoclati professor psycholoR}' ;it the L'nlveralty of .' 1. will discuss "Religion A.-.-< t Kbll w — e — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. EVIda) 9:S0 p.m. Sermon: "Messen• %  of the Lord." Students of Mrs. '/>.--' Heb \^ .i.i- i:i participate in services; their parents "ill hoal the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday 1:30 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Barry, aon of Mr. and Mi's Maj ; :M 1 .!>*.-. — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. VI.'I p.m. Sei in..ii: "Let us


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Friday, November 24, 1961 fj&witti Mrricffatf) Page 15-3 Youth Pick 3 Co-Chairmen Three co-chairmen for the eighth annual teen-age conclave of the Greatei rliami Jewish community Center were announced thi-. week by Daviri Eskenazi, conclave coord in: Each ol th I • "€ teeiuagers reprcvnts-> 4M! young men and '.vomen from all over the county. Co-cl .-men ar„ j Marilyn Korn6tein, < • J 5V st., representing the Miami Branch, and also presidi 1 1 of her girls' elub; Sidney Stern. 20! Coll is ave., a club vice presidei who comes from the Beach Branc t; ind 'rone Genshaft 17020 NE 9:h ave., of the North County Branch, and president of one o! the clubs there. *' i ndi hildi.-n. Bervll %  %  s were hnrge of Gord il Hon LEGAL NOTICDAVID MATUNA •. • • %  690 \i: ::.:, i ; %  •• \ Ml ,•• | Beach, died No* IT. Hi cami ilx years agn fn \• I 11 in; ire h i' fe.il iia -ii • %  i.-. in, lud •! <' ... IherM, Loin.,-1 I Edwa % %  • No* IS rslde Mi i.ii i 'kupel, v r ii i %  \.. : u Si ARTHUR LUBOW of in: .i %  l 'Ui> : %  **+• %  S. % %  I I. nitiotr. N.w Y '; • 'Gil Shop II .... ilift SI .a men of Bel i Sui > • .. ivifi Rheu %  : %  Former Theatre Executive Dead Maurice L Fie schman died Fri• 70. Mr. • le JCI in, formerly of New York, owned a large chain of i n ', %  •'.. kn :: I %  ii and i : Ireyer Mr i • an ooi I his first theati • Nev I .: 1310. He rams fa Wami 20 years ago ar.tj bwlit the Essex House and CardOM r-3-?ls on Miami Beach, and wn a former owner of the Rob e rts hotel in Miami. Surviving are his son. Harvey Fleischman, a vice president of Wometco Enterprises, Miami; a daushttr: and five grandchildren. Services were he!d in New York on Monday, Nov. 20. MFS. ALICE PATHMAN 1 78th -t lied No* is A redden I ft Miami • 16 yearn, she w is ;, mrmber o Temple Enianu and the i Mcago Ciuo Surviving are hen husband, Henry; two sons, Jack an,I Lee a .1 Mm Ha rlei Sylvan ..-.ii ii brother, I.e., Ni.lelIII in ...1• \ .\ 20 in Riverside Memorial Chtpel, Normaitil) tale STEr•-, ORIVALOI • ol 1 • v died Ni Hi ,,-.,•' %  aduate ol Ml' %  1 :11 %  irlm 1 %  1 • Kamlt Ices were • %  ||n nn ol %  I \ \ ; S IRVING ISRAEL I.'I, ol ..' %  S'M %  • %  Hi d Nov S 11, 1... _. md v • • i. %  i %  • %  :: Kara I S nmen, .in I Mm. ; .ther, n %  %  %  ... I in ARTHUR 5. LAVINE \ fl 1 • : I Inc.. 'i • %  V .• %  .Hi-. i-ere Nn I; S A M P R A V E R ... %  %  1 • No* • H %  1 buildi 1 • •• %  • I..lewlsh App it and J Feder Survivins his wife Regtna 1 son, I'll Up; three -isi • %  -, Itng Mm Kl I ltd %  • %  ind %  %  • grandt'hil< iren. Ber* wen No* I in Riverside Memrial tfor JUL'AN MARKS :. ..: 1331 Washington av< died NUN 1 ; li.. im h ••• RIN ka •-' %  !' irk, N.Y., and waa a i>ublic rel 1 loi m.• 'i 81 r\ Ivinf an .1 aiiiter, I Han 1, in 1 grai Services were Nov. 1". In Riverside M % % % % %  ..' ipe:, f i nd) It LOUIS RA3.NOWITZ '• died Nov. 18. He pame to Miami •even ;>. rs ;, :u md wan :i retlreil palmer Sue* i* ng .. hi* Ife, Minnie: ;, dalighter, %  %  Gertrude Reiss 11 I on, It '• %  •• In:in,l :i Intel Ber* ,.... were No* 20 In Beyet B ubernl Hun LEGAL NOTICE JOEL BENNETT 1 1 2120 NV, 1I1. ) No* 16 li> en n 1 hi re I 'o 1 Pro* Ideni e, K 1 '^: years ago, and te ;i veteran of World War ii L\#i the last two year* 1 ii i1 %  • en 1 %  'uctor ai Ra allure Ooll Course, and for 10 yean prior, HI S'ormaml) [Me Golf Coume, Burvlving .,re h .. v. 1. Hope; daught, .1. > .in 1 hid •> ol hi 1 Ber\ kvs '• 1 "i> 19 MI 1 %  > don Fi Home, MRS IDA JUFFE M, of S1S1 W p'Ligter at., dl< 1 \.n 17. Shi ..ni.hei • IS years ago from Newark, "•"..! and 1.1 member ol Beth 1:1 P nag >gJe B nal B'rlth II 1 daKwili, Miarachl md Jewish Home foi Hi, hf> d A Sur\ i\ ina ire hi 1 husl and, BenJ irr.ln: a BOI lot two daug %  Si.in.1 v lei and Mi.Mai U Levil 1 sister, Mrs Piinnj '.'. : llan I ie> • •' KI ind rei Servli .v.s 1; in 1 1 1. !• 1 MAURICE J. ROSNICK 611 Weat ave M iml Beat h, died Not u He cam 1 here -i yenra IRO I Vnik, i'.i ., ii WHS ,1 retired furrier, s. vlvln 1 u his wife, Pauline: sol Or • %  : Rosnlck : two II ughtei lb a Nli (tie Appleb lun and Mrt Prances Applebaum; i" brothers, Mltcb an 1 1 tert, and I alsters h lud ng Krs Nancy w ii llam .-...i,-,> ..!-. ,\,.\. 15 in Clorii"i h*unei ,:l H.iiiuMRS. EVA ZUCKERMAN ii. of li> Cartnon.'i ave., CoraJ liiilil.s. dle.i No,, -,. sue came here 21 years ago iiom Durhiim N.C., and wai 11 ii, nliMi of Workman's Circle. Surviviim are fbirf daughtera, Mrs. Alice Waltsman. Mrs. Ida Kellert. Mm. Bernica Waxier and Mlaa Thelma Ziickerman; elghl grandchildren and three graat-gramdchlldren. Service* Mere Nov, 16 in lord m Funeral Home. MRS. ELLA R. ANOEL C:-. of 110 SW Slal ave., died Nov. 17. Bhi came here 'j:: yaara ago from Pittsburgh. Surviving are her hueb'.ind, Harry K.; three aona, I'r Nornum. Herbert and David; a daughter, Mrs. Leah Qraen, and ill ^randcliiln.-.n— inder the '1 tl lous n ime >f SOl'THERN WATER CLINIC at 104" W. Flagler St., Mia to register said name with the Clark ol the Circuit Court >f Dade County, Plor:il., PURE WATER PRODUCTS, INC. Bj David B ri 1. n President OEO H SAI.U-:V <. R PAl I. At tome j • Pure Water I rod lets, Inc. %  17-24, 12 1-2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.OA. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 12325 II Ii; BROOKLYN SAVINGS RANK. :i New York banking i rp iratlon, Plain %  VLONZO K ST.wr.irv md LENORA siAM.i:v. ii wife; VHPIC i\'\ ESTMEN Dr IRA PH 'N Florida coriiorition; and T. l> Ki and RUTH K. KOHL, > wife, 1 •••:, adai • NOTiCE OF SUIT r.. T H K< IHL ind RUTH K. KOHL, '1 .N %  \ %  • Bonded Mori %  • • 52s u esl F iglei Si M iumi, 1 '..nil.1 YOU ARE HKBEBY NOTIFIED thai :i Complaint has been fi!" • I 1 b> the Ptaintl styled Court and uauati for the purpose of foreclosing the mortgage on ine following described property, sitlate and bi tig Dide < lunty, Florida, and m parUi ilarlj described as follows: Lot 23, BI01 10, FIRST ADDIT1I N 'in MYR n.i'.' DROVE, according In the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book : %  at Pagje 2, Publli Records of Daile Counts,' bio ilia I Together uiih the foiiowimc Items of property located in and permanent!) installed as a part of the Improvement* on said I.mil: SlidingOlasg i>.mr rub Enclosure Ranite I:H. Model No. .I-4H1-M Refrlgarator a :•; Model No. LB-ll Washing Machine O.K. Model No. WA-r.riO You are hereby required to serve a OOP) of your answer or other pleading on Plaintiff's attorneys: JOHN D BRION and WIl.KI'K C. ROLLINS. i" B.E. 2nd S'reet, Miami, Florida, FRanklin I-614::, ind tile the original answer or pleading: in the office of the Clerk of Mni Court on or before the 21st clay of II niher, tPSl. If you fail to do so, a rle.-ree pro oonfes-o will be entered against you for t!ie relief ih-m.inded in the Complaint. WITNESS mj hand and seal ol said Court at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this 21st daj ol November, l6l 1:. B LEATHERMAN 1 ''-rk of said ClrcuM 1 lourt (seal) Bi C •' COPEUAND 1 "apul 1 C 1 I '2. 12/1-8-15 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 52239 NOTICE is HEREBY fllVEN lh:i( N 11 |i n. •! W S'legel, huldi 1 n as. •Igui'i "i Cit) i,: Vila on rax !•> • .1 • numbered ron 11 nd 1 H'H, luted 1 lie st DHJ %  •' .1 me, A I • .1 %  %  in 111> I.'I 1. in.I lias made application foi tax %  ( %  • I -%  1 hei 1' 11 In rdn.net \, i' ii %  ..is Said certil embruci ttii follow Ing %  • 1.1... 1 pr •;>• %  : w i 11 Unite 1 'punl % %  Stai f 1-.' orlda, i"' w i 1 : Lot : Id '. Twelfth Sti ••>•! ^rimors i ... s Book Page ..:• In thi il mil, (' iuntj of Dude. %  State il i' • mlirui d 1 '• 1II ate No. 7 Thi .. %  • '.' % %  said inder tile n In thi name of I 10 I %  s street, Mai s %  Ilvl Book 1 I 'age 28 in the CI Miami I ol 1'., !• Slati il Mm du .1embrai .-.i in c i.\ 11171 'I'll. i----•• enl ol ~.,iil v il:.%  1 Id 1 •" fii r. %  •• %  .• In 1 • %  name 1 Unless said • %  .: %  iti shall %  • dei mi I 11 %  •. % %  ni.. i %  law, 1., \ il, 1 will Issue th n on 1 he -'Till di ember, A 16 1 %  1 ed tli..21st laj •' N..\ embei. A D. ;." %  : K II LEATHERMAN Clerk CI ut. I ';i.'. ; riUu B; li M i. :KPER, t) cii %  ••"•-'."_ %  : IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUN FLORIDA iN PROBATE IN Rl • • %  ol 11N A NOTICE TO CRED TORS V ng flu mtl linst S„l I and -1 1 • lids I estat %  •' %  '.: INJ IREITB ite of Had •' %  intj to the 1 • 1 lule • %  %  dupl % %  .'. SVctloi ::::: 16, flees in IUSI %  %  Dade Flu Ida, wit nix • ah m ..1 the 1 ol the first publication hereof, or the same will :~1,. 1 r ed Dal i al Mlam Fl irlda, this 16th 1 1 ii November, A 1 > 1961. P ROBERT BKEITBART BERNARD B BRE1TBART As CoVdministrato .RDOAR I.KU 18 .\ 11. TH.;. foi thi i 1st ite of REUiNA BRE1TBAR r d, d iPont Bldg., Ml uni, I' R 11 21. 12 1-8-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 12429 JANICE flAIL MII.I.K.V. Plaintiff, MARVIN ARDELL Mlf.I.K.V. 1 f,:iil.i:iNOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU. MARVIN ARDELL MILUEN, Petty Officer, 2nd Class, United 8tate* Navy, Naval Air Facility, Severn River, Annapolis, Maryland, are n %  •• 'in. I [ % %  serve a copy of your Answer to Divorce Complaint riled against • ou on Plaini 1 •' s attorney. 1: %  ; %  RGE NICHOLAS, 1218 \ W 7 St Miami. Fla., and file original w.th Clerk "i this Court on or before 26 December, "" %  : otherwise complaint will be > inres -. % %  i'\ \ n'i. DATED, Ni', 17 1961 E, 1: LEATHERMAN Clerk ol said Circuit Court iseal) Bj C I. ALEXANDER i •• %  ;> ill Clerk 11/24,12/1-8-1." LEGAL NOTICE CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLOR.OA TO AI.IJ TH WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, BREETINOS: w I er. ,-. DAVID EI.KIN, Ml VMI, FLORIDA: MORRIS KOOAN, MIAMI. FLORIDA: ISADORI-: WEINSTEIN, MIAMI. FLORIDA dl 1 on the lth day November, A • 1951, -. to be Incorporated under the provision* of the .:• •or il c >rp ration lau of thi SI .:• ol : %  >rl 1: I >AI.E REALTY ''" 'Ki'.. .1 *ith its prlnIpul plai t business .11 Miami, Dade iv. in the State ol F i"i Ida, an 1 wherea thi loekh ilders of such corIon did "ii th* 2*1 li du | ol October, A 11. 1961, cause t" be filed In %  ii, offli ol •' .' el ii > '.1 State 1! the Slit,of Florida, :i Consent of all the sto kholders under the pro. \ islnns of paid 1 'hapti • Si 8, 1 loi Ida Statutes, showing the dissolution of such corporation. Now, therefore, the Secretorj ol State does hereb) certlfj to the I going and that he Is satisfied that the i'iii"i' m.. of law have been complied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set m> hand and have affixed th.lire it Seal of th.state of Florfda, at Tallahassea, the Capital, tiiis the TWENTYFIFTH ii.is ,11 OCTOBER, A.D. 1961. (seal) TOM ADAMS Secretary of Slate. 11/24/61 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious names ol ANC.KI.os BARBER SHOP, COLONIAL RABKER BHOF at .".SOI 8.W. 113th Place, Miami, Florida Intends t.. register laid names with the cierk of the circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. ANGELO VAL.DIVA S"le (>w ner ARTHUR KARI.ICK Attorney for Applicant • 1 'I Blaoayne nivd. 11 24, 12 l-8-ir. NOTICE UNDSR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY ':i\'i:.s chal %  he und rsigned, deairln 1 1 he 1 ii tttlo is nan • ol 1 1 IZY %  iRN ER it 6735 '•' %  st 1 eel '. kin w 11 .1M llli Road • 1111 11 Is to registei i'li the Clerk 01 the CI lull Court •>: Dade Co mis. r • la NATHAN s v KS Pro| WELLISTH \ in lUUHE Attoi-neJPfeTossMntllll*! SR'i -~ "**' IIS 1 ungi-i is lldg, Mlam|, l .' : i l 1 NOTICE OF APPL!CA-'ON FOR TAX DEED FilS 02238 Notli • hereb' gl I v 1 I h a 111 \ \ S1 egel h %  if City of Mian Tax S Numbi red 11 \ 1 %  %  • 1 %  plii .111 %  for tn •lee I to 1 %  • d prnpert j -• %  ; %  li 1 • I 1 111.1.1. %  I.. % %  %  S\ibdl\ ~ ..n %  f the I'.i. Ml Tract Addil Ion N ami m Pint %  %  %  1' 1. %  : % %  In the • 11 > .,: V .1 Con .tj ,.i Dade, l 11 Thi 1 .-%  ssiiii nt of said ty under iii a me of Cnkn ss n Un t IfIcate sha %  : • • ding I .' I \ • I A I %  n t he 291 d Novi V D • %  ..,;•:• 1MAN, • I M LEI • CERTIFICATE OF COPPORATE DISSCL'-ON THE NAVE \\ 3 B'r THE AUTHORITY Or Tn£ S T Tc OF FLOP D M.I. Ti 1 WHuM THK. .:KENTS SHALL COMB. 1 Whi r. is HERBERT K. J \.\ll. \ M A R< IV A. HAHR dlAM FLORIDA JAND HAYES, MIAMI, FI.OR the 111 I %  rua V.D lioral Chaptei : %  irlda HARF'AY 1'' 'i: !• 1 .11 li in. ss ii ii 1 .prim i 1 '• in ne* it MIAMI. DADE C< 'UNTY, in 1 he stn'•• %  •!' Florida, and the proper officers of such corpor11 : Ion did "ii thr iti li da) ol Feb ar; A 11 1958, 1 a use t., be filed In the thi -• retarj if State of the State ol I lor dn, %  Certlfl Ite of Amendment chnngmg Its in CURV8TRE8S CI IRPORATION and whereas the stockholde of such corporation did on the IStli da) % %  NOVEMBER, A.l>. 1961, cause to he filed in the office of the Been lary of state nt' the State of Florida, II Consent of all the stockholders under the !• %  "\ i-imis • % %  -.1: 1 cii iptei 608, Florida Statutes, showing the dissolution of such corpora Now. therefore, the Secretary of si.it,. does hereby certify to the foregoing and that he isatisfied thai tin requirements of law have been complied ss Hh IN WITNE88 WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 11 is affixed the Oreat Weal of the of Florida, al Tallahassee, th* Capital, tins the FIFTEENTH day %  I NOVEMBER, A.D I >6l. (seal) TOM ADAMS s. etarj 1 State II 24 '".i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 12273 1 AC >B Mi >R( IENSTERN, Plaintiff, s Wll.l.li: MAE SPENCER, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION PI WILLIE M VE si'l.N' I 1 .1 'la tide < '.'.Kuril Co "A", 10th B. O 3rd B Fort Ord, California Please take notice that 1 complaint to forei I"-' mortgage up-i thi foi .; descrlbi 1 real esl ite '.'-ss it; I...: 2.' BI01 k I. of BUNCHVILLE SUBDIVISION according to the Plat t hereol rei orded In P at ('• 10k 19, :c ;i i^'• %  : the publ rds of 1 lade Counl 1 irlda, lias beei filed against You are reujuireil t-. file your answer tl the Clerk of this Court and serve • copy upon 1 '1 In 1 1%  irbach .\. I dan, 383 1 \v f lagh r Si 1 Mi.1 n 1 loi la, m 1 before the 18th da) il ; 98 othei .s I -. the allega tl ma of the complaint ss i| i. taken .1confi I by s Dated this 15th day ol N ivember, : %  II !•: :: LEATHERM \N Clerk of the < 'Ircult 1 'ourt 1 lade 1 'ounty, Flor da (seal) B) K M. I.YMAN I'eputs Clerk 11 17-24, 12 i-< IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 11857 SHERMAN P I'.ATTS, Plaintiff. \s CARRIE! BATT8, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU, CARRIE HATTS, (address unknown) are hereby notified to serve A cop) of soar Answer to divorce c.mpiaint filed against you on the 3rd das of November. 1961, by the Plaintiffs attorney, Oaklej O smith. 101 N.W. First Avenue, Miami. Florida. File original with Clerk of this Court on or before the 28th da) of December, 1961. otherwise Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. 1: i:. LEATHERMAN Clerk of said Circuit Court (Seal) I's K M I.YMAN, Di put Clerk 11 21. 12/1-8-15 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTIT'OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ti.it :he ir i' desiring to ensaee In %  i — 111 inder nal 1 FILTER K1NU U P.O Box 8J, M Moral 1 ••: 1 1 .. 1 %  %  1 *N L 1:1:1 s for N 1 -'i-'" 4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME L NOTH 1• ihe U'ldl • %  "I f itAM RON AMUs'E: • it 2455 N.W. dial 1 d n;i the clerk r the Clrju In %  NIA I 1 r ip An il 1 12 W 1 %  17-24 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE C0L\TV, FLORIDA N PROBATE. No. 44 17 IN RE 1' %  1 %  VI lit! I 1' %  NOT CE TO CREDITORS :' %  \ %  • S • Vs a 11 1 Estal 1 1 1. • ceased %  ,, %  ly. and fl ; %  first % % %  ; • 1 % %  OER FICTITIOUS NAME L N< 'Tli 1: IllVEN i-.il tl lei • %  el 1 %  BADE W VTER LIN 1047 W. Flagler St., M bit I s 1 .-:i Id nami with • C ; • Cir nil 'oui t of Dad P| RK w ATI IB '"I'S. INC. By: David B, • „• President GEt • 11 SAL El I : PAUL At tomes r ire w ater Prndu -. I 11/17-24.1 I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITICE 18 I GIVEN thai j the undersigne 1 ng to engagi I 1 bOslness under the fl %  ::>.name of ATLANTIC \v \ I'ER CLINIC at 1047 W. Flagler 9 Mian ntends to r-nIster sold nami with the Cle k ol -v i" 1 "It cult '' • 1 %  % %  i.iCount) Florida. PURE WATER I R >DUCTS, INC, : I David I ler 11 in, President OEO H S.M.I.Ki .v R PAUL Attorn, -s N for r 11 w.i'. ts, Inc II 17-24, 12 1 -S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enga 1 business under tl me of FIJORIDA VI \ rbJR CLINIC at 1047 w. Flagler St., Mia later said nami 1 lerk Circuit Court 1 Da Florida. PURE WATER PRODUCTS, INC. B) 1 'i'. Id Bermui 'resident CEO. H. >AI.I,I'V X. R PAUL ] Attorne) for Pure Water Pri iducts, Inc. II 17-21 : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 1207a I Iii It.Petil %  PEARL TAN2 BERGMAN, us 1 "o-Exi %  ; hi Esi 1' 0 '• ins. 1 %  k %  \11n.1 Kal 5, .1 %  %  -i NOT.CE TO APPEAR IN PROCEED NO TO P C -CSTABLISH LOST NOTE Tl N'I r indatl 11 Inc 1 11 i ••!. ; Intel You 1 %  %  hi %  1 1 >.. ir !.. 1 he Hi or ibl GEt R< IK B. si 'H1 LZ oni of %  '. %  • : Iges of this Court, In the Court 11 • Miami, 1 irlda, ii 1:30 P M., Wedne* I ly, the 20th da) I >61 and then and ther show cause II any you sun, b) answer dul) filed, as requlred b) law, wh) the promissory note, di 1 i'.i'. 1 In thi petil ion on file herein, made March 29, 1957, by Nortbrup Investment Foundation, Inc to Charles Lang and Anna Lang, his ssife, in the principal sum of IKi.siDD.OO with interest at the rate of six per s'ent, pa>Hble in five years at the rate of 1200.00 per month, which note i.secured by a purchase moi.es mortgage recorded i" Official Records Hook 183 at Page 471 of the Dade County Public Records, ss hicli promissory note is alleged in said, petition to has. beau list, mislaid or destroyed, should not be re-established, and is to which s.iid pronifssorv nbte the said petition prays that a true and correct copy thereof he established as and in lieu of the ariglnal note, and thut said re-established n.te he decreed to lie th.sole and rightful prop%  ris of the Estate of Anna I^iug. And herein fail noL Witness my haul md seat of said Court at >Mlami, i>adCounty, i-'i ,r Ida, tins lr.th day 'f N'oVinher, 1S61. K H. IJiATHKUHAN Clerk of the 1 ,,urt (tieali Dade County, Honda B) K M 1,YM ATs! Ity Clerk II 17-84, 12 l-S


"eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 34 Number 47
Miami. Florida, Friday. November 24. 1961
Two Sections Price 20*
169Jews Among 171
Victims of Egyptian
Expropriation Plan
PARIS(JTA)Egypt's policy of expropriating property of 're-
actionaries" under President Carnal Abdel Nasser's program of "Arab
Socialism" is aimed almost entirely at Jews, the European office of
the American Jewish Committee reported here this week. Of the
latest 171 "sequestrations" ordered in Egypt, the report stated. 169 of |
--------------------------------------------those named are Jews.
Definition
Of Jew'
Rouses Ire
AUO ATTACKS DR. M7UWM G01DMAWN
Soviet News Agency Hits
Leaders in Israel and US
RED ARRESTS PROTESTED PAGt M
NEW YORK (JTA) H. B.
Volf, managing editor of Webster's
Third International Dictionary,
raid here that such descriptions of
Jews in the new edition of the die-
Jews affected by the latest "so-'
questration" orders, the AJC office I
said, have not only had their prop j
erty confiscated but have also been I
barred from membership in vari-
OUI clubs and societies, and ban- j
ned from serving on any business
or cultural board. The latest list'
of 171 was seen by the AJC here
as part of the general policy of!
Egypt property "nationalization" ;
which has struck so far at 593 per-
sons, "a large part of whom arc I
Jews or of Jewish origin."
A complete list of property own-
ers affected was published in the
Beirut newspaper, Al Hayat re-
lionary as "a person believed to'ceived here. The text of the Nas-
drive a hard bargain" are always | ser decree, printed in the news-
qualified by the expression "usual- paper, states: "AH Jews included
ly use disparagmly" or "usually in the list of sequestrations are de-
..-ken to be offensive." The nega-! prived of their civic rights and
tive detentions of the word "Jew" cannot serve as guardians, care-
in the new edition provoked inquir- takers, or proxies in any business
h>*- association or club, nor can they
In a telephone interview with the be members of clubs or societies."
Jewish Telegraphic Agency from
Springfield. Mass.. headquarters of
Use dictionary's publishers, the
Mcrriam Company. Wolf said that
it was the philosophy of the dictio-
nary's editorial staff that any dic-
tionary that is supposed to present
a record of the English language
ai it is used in the year of publi-
cation should present most current
usages of words.
.\o.\D.)N (JTA) While West-
ern sources in Moscow confirmed
Monday the arrest and imprison-!
ment of three leaders of the Jews!
in Moscow, in 'addition to the pre- j
viius imprisonment of three Len-:
ingrad Jewish leaders, the Soviet j
Government's news agency, Tass, |
has bitterly attacked the world-
wide protests against Russia's new
series of anti Jewish manifesta-
tions.
An English-language commentary
by a Tass writer, Igor Orlov, dis-
tributed only to foreign correspond-
ents in Moscow, charged that the
recent conviction of the three Len-
ingrad Jewish leaders was the
signal lor the start ol u campaign
about "a wave of victimization of
Soviet Jews."
Charging that the "episode"
would have been ignored by the
Western press, "if the defendants
had not been Jews," Orlov brack-
eted in his statement the Israel
Government, the Jewish press,
the Administration in Washing-
ton, Arthur J. Goldberg, U.S. Sec-
retary of Labor, and Dr. Nihum
Goldmann, president of the World
Jewish Congress.
Orlov said that Israel "agents"
Continued on Page 9-A
Rockwell Says
He Will Talk
CJFWF Concerned Over
Treatment of Russian Jews
HCAITH AND AGIO WfLfAM FACE 5-A
KANE MEASURES RESPONSIBILITIES PACE II-A
DALLAS(JTA >The four-day general assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds concluded here with the
adoption of numerous important resolutions, including one expressing
the concern of the American Jewish community with the treatment of
Jews in the Soviet Union.
Another resolution adopted by ( -
the 1.000 assembly delegates, rep
He said the Third New Inter-
national Dictionary defines Jews
in three categories noun, ad-
ject:ve and verb, and in several
"senses." The noun "Jew" in
the new 1961 edition includes as
Continued on Page 3-A
London Court >
Orders Trial
Of 'Abductor'
LONDON (JTA' Shalom
Shtarkes, the young Israeli ortho-
c "x school teacher whose extradi-
tion is being sought by Israel lor:
alleged abduction of his nine year-
old nephew, will have to stand trial |
lor extradition on Dec. 12. a magi-'
strate's court ruled here this week.'
Sir Robert Blundell, sitting as:
the magistrate, ruled there arei
three charges against Shtarkes.
The accusations, as listed by the j
court, are 1. Shtarkes committed
perjury in Israel; 2. He "stole" j
Vossele Schumacher, his nephew.'
whose whereabouts are sought by
the Israeli authorities; 3. He "con-
fined an abducted person, refusing I
to surrender him."
The defense fought hard against
lurther detention of Shtarkes,
claiming: 1. He did not "abduct"
the boy but was given custody of
the child by the boy's grandfather
Continued on Page 10 A .
ARLINGTON, Va. (JTA)
George Rockwell, leader of the
American Nazi Party, said this
veek he would go through with
lourt-delayed plans for a speech
in New York City now that the Uni-
ted States Supreme Court has in
effect supported his constitutional
right to do so. The high court re
fused to review a ruling of New
Jfork courts that Rockwell could
not be refused a permit to speak
in Manhattan's Union Square.
However, the self styled Nazi
leader added his visit to New York
for that purpose might be delayed
for a few weeks or even a lew
months SO that he could time his
speech "for maximum propaganda
value."
He was refused a permit by
the New York City Parks Com-
mission in May 1960 and took the
case to court with the help of the
American Civil Liberties Union.
Justice Henry Epstein of the State
Continued on Page 9-A
that Jews in Russia "will be giv-
en the same rights as other
groups" to religious expression
and cultural fulfillment.
The CJFWF call for the raising
relenting 800 Jewish communities,
called on American Jews to in-
crease their contributions in 1962
: to meet pressing domestic and over-
seas needs. The call emphasized
that, in 1962. the Jewish communi- ol upward of $165,000.00 in 1962. to
[ties mutt raise for these purposes meet pressing needs, declared that
more than $165,000,000. i "the dramatic changes which have
. emerged in recent months pose an
In the resolution on the Soviet hJ8Soric challenge to the resource
Union, the assembly POtnwO fulness, flexibility and strength ol
that the Council ol Jewish Feclc- Jewisn federated fund-raising in
rations and Welfare Hinds has. communities." The statement
in the past, expressed its concern l.(|n)lnuc(1.
over the deprivation by the soviet
i Union of the rights of Jews to main-, "The requirements of greatly
tain their religious and cultural increased numbers ol immigrants
Israel Lines Up
Against Bigotry
In So. Africa
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Israel again condemned the Repub-
lic of South Africa here this week
for its policy of Apartheid and
called lor adoption of a resolution
in the General Assembly's Special
Political Committee deprecating
South Africa's "policies based on
racial discrimination" as "repre-
hensible and repugnant." However,
Israel opposed .clauses in that reso-
lution which would result in possi-
ble expulsion of the Republic of
South Africa from membership in
the United Nations.
Israel's stand on the issue was
voiced in the committee by its
lepresentative, Ambassador Aneh
Eshel. Israel's Deputy Permanent
Representative. The resolution was
first introduced by seven African
and four Arab League members of
the United Nations. Thirty na-
tions are now among the resolu-
tion's sponsors.
Pointing out that Israel and the
United Nations as a whole have
appealed to South Africa in prior
years to end its policy of racial
discrimination, and recalling that
Israel, as a Jewish State, found-
ed upon the principles of Zion-
ism, opposes racial discrimina-
tion wherever it occurs, Mr.
Eshel told the committee that
Israel finds it necessary to back
the 30 member resolution.
Eshel referred in his speech to
the fact that Israel had voted in
Continued on Page 2-A
institutions and practices.
"Under the shock of reports of
recent events regarding the treat-
ment of Jews in the Soviet Union,
this concern remains unabated,"
the resolution stated. It expressed
the hope that the force of public
opinion, "reflecting the con-
science of mankind," will bring
an end to Soviet attacks on Jews
and Jewish institutions. The reso-
lution also expressed the hope
coming to Israel, to the United
States. Canada and other countries;
the recognized needs Of our major
national and overseas programs;
the vast complex of unresolved na-
tional and local health. Jewish edu-
cation and community relations
problems; the new opportunities
made possible by the advances ol
science to overcome hitherto in-
soluble problems all place pro-
Continued on Paqe 8 A
Golda Will Defend Refugee Stand
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)Israels Foreign Minister Colda Meir
arrived Sunday in New York from Jerusalem to lead the Israeli dele-
gation at the United Nations in the battle on the Arab refugee issue
which delegations from 11 Arab countries are determined to raise
with unprecedented fury.
Mrs. Meir arrived a day before
the UN Palestine Conciliation Com
mission was expected to file a re-
port dealing with the refugee prob
lem. On Monday, the PCC report
was scheduled to be handed to the
General Assembly. By the end of
next week, or by Monday oi the
following week, the Assembly's
special political committee will
open debate on the PCC's report
as well as on the annual report of
John H. David, director of the I'm
ted Nations Relief and Works
Agency for Palestine Refugees,
From that point on, it was
foreseen here, Israel will face
the fiercest barrage of Arab at-
tacks it has had to endure in
many years. The Arab delega-
tions will make *n all-out effort
Continued on Page 6 A
Irving Kane was reelected to
! a third term as president of
the Council of Jewish Feder-
ations and Welfare Funds at
, the CJFWF general assembly
in Dallas, Tex., last weekend.



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Pcqe 12-A +M*istntrkBan Friday, Ncvcs&er 24. Beth Sholom to Mark Decade of Growth With Construction of Community House Led lo rigbi ~:e Rabbi Leon Kronish spiritual leader oi Tern* c.e Beth Shoiom Lc-_s F. Snetman campaign chairman; I^-~":e Hechl co-chairman, Living Memorial Fund; John Serbia end] %  • Albert president %  ::' (be Te— pie. Rcbbi Leviton Takes Pulpit .. %  • %  i Ft Li •• acft! I • Levitoi ic -' ds I Reform Jewi .iere. catioi nion Co;. <•_•• %  li stiluti : Religion m Cincinnati 0 '.'rre be ^as or':,: )-. 1&56 He terved for two yean liatant rabbi of Temple Sinai rOakland, Calif., before acceptthe pulpit of Temple Beth El is. Fargo. No Dak for thr" | The new Ft. Luderdale soiritLI leader is • native of South Bend, Ind., where his parents, Mr. and Mr*. Benjamin Leviton, still live. In addition to his rabbinic decree, he holds a Bachelor of Arts from Indiana University. At Hebrew Union College, his Master's was in Hebrew Letters. Rabbi '.' •• %  meml er oi A new Comrr. jri .;. House will go up as part of the complex of facilities cf Temple Be*.-: SIUM-'^OI at Chase see and 4lst s" -ajlsDoa a*e can achieve the goal set by our development fund campaign to mark eompietieii of a decade of growta and eoBstracUea n the Temple." it ^ anbaeiday by campaign chair.-riT. L-.uis F. Snetman. The striking modern architecture bag ai sax tuary -• (f Percival Goodman, ar. attract ie atit araf completed eight %ear> ago TIH :onsti %  ;. H< use ;!1 be deed by Miami Beach architect, Herbert Mathes. who arai a..-o re: r the n air-condi• d relig: • school wring added this fear i Jack A. Cartor ard Isado'e J. Heeh, business and philanthropic leaders in M-ami Beach. re serving as co-chairmen of the Living Memorial phase of the development campaign. Th. demol bing of th< old communil %  on the site of ••huh thi ill land Miami R He has held committee and • %  %  t.-..' irganizatior g as L'ni id, Pediatric 'arcI enter, has beei pleted and c nstructain a religious assembly hall with Kits for 35\imei rangang from historic Ju daica to juvenile works for rl: -chool student-, an audioi] material center complete a ith motion pictures, records, filmstrips and advanced equipment for their ue: a board and auxiliary room for Brotherhoo Sisterhood, FTA. Temple Youth and other auxa gallery for art exhibits: the rabbi's study, and offices for the general administration staff. An original feature oi me relicenter will be* a unique He Language Laboratory, complete with every resource for use of advanced methods in teaching the lanauage. In addition, there •. %  i ll be an arts and crafts shop to • creative work in art forminspired by Jewish themes, much needed it rage facilities for re and facilities. A landscaped area of 15.000 -q ft., h,ur.dei on the south b; the 11 -' I) 'he new m initj House, and on 'he north the religious school wing, will create a parklike vista. Dentist to be Specfcer Miami Beach Dental Soctet; :\\}\ meet on Monday at the S tel at 7 p.m. Goes) speal dinner meetir | *. be Dr. Schwartz, etbtieal fi/d'ess tistry at Coluiro.a CeSegt tal and Oral | .--. He speak on "Diagn .and t of Pair. ; %  -a; p : ac Harmony Chapter Card Party Harmony ebapt B'l Women will r.-:: a the Lucenri hotel Tues ning. Mrs. Esther 39th st Miai of information Muscular Dystrophy, and wa : %  appointed to the CCAB Com. Projects for Isra< I Rar -. Levitoi married and has three children. He and his family live at 1C2 SW 32nd ter.. Plantation Park. Fla. He will be installed as Temple Emanu-El sDiritual leader on Friday evening. Dec. 1. %  Miami Hebrew Book Store %  %  V ami Bacn — **-: %  %  Raligiout I SPAELI 4 DOV 'ON JE Si.DD A Pr. 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Page 12-A +Je*ist)ncrkUan Friday, November 24, m Beth ShoJom to Mark Decade of Growth With Construction of Community House Left to right are Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom; Louis F. Snetman, campaign chairman; Isadore Hecht, co-chairman, Living Memorial Fund; John Serbin; and James M. Albert, president of the Temple. Rcbbi Leviton Tckes Pulpit Habbi Richard M Leviton is the T i ,\ spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El in Ft. Lauderdale, acc< rding to an announcement this v i ek by Dr. Saul A. Geronemus, president of the Temple. Rabbi Leviton succeeds Rabbi llarim Ranson. who now occupies the pulpit of Hialeah Reform Jewl&h Congregation here. Rabbi Leviton received his education a! the Hebrew Union CollegeJewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati, O.. where he was ordained in 1956 He served for two years its assistant rabbi of Temple Sinai in Oakland. Calif., before accepting the pulpit of Temple Beth El in Fargo, No. Dak., for three years. The new Ft. Lauderdale sointual leader is a native of South Bend, Ind., where his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Leviton, still live. In addition to his rabbinic degree, he holds a Bachelor of Arts from Indiana University. At Hebrew Union College, his Master's was in Hebrew Letters. Rabbi Leviton i a member ol (Miami Hebrew Book Store! 1585 WASHINGTON AVE Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 Hebrew Religious Supplies 'or Synagogues. Schools & Private Use ISRAELI 4 DOVESTIC GIFTS LISTEN TO BETH ISRAELS STIMULATING ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION "A TORAH OF TRUTH" Every Sunday at 9:10 P.M. WKAT 1360 on Your Dial the Central Conference of Amen can Rabbis, as well as the Broward and Greater Miami Rabbinical Assns. He has held committee and board assignments on such varied civic organizations as United Fund. Red Cross. Pediatric Care Center, Muscular Dystrophy, and was recently appointed to the CCAR Committee on Projects for Israel. Rabbi Leviton is married and has three children. He and his family live at 162 SW 52nd ter.. Plantation Park. Fla. He will be installed as Temple Emanu-El sDiritual leader on Friday evening. Dec. l. —. I Rockwell Will Tck in Gotham Continued from Page 1-A Supreme Court aff rmed the refusal on grounds that constitutional guarantees of free speech did not extend to "seif confessed advocates of violence" under conditions making public riot inevitable. The New York State Appellate Division threw out Justice Ep'tein's ruling, holding that the cityj lad no constitutional authority "to exercise prior restraint of the expression of views unless it is demonstrated that such expression A ill immediately and irreparably create injury to the public weal." The New York State Court of Appeals upheld the Appelate ruling and t h e United States Supreme Court in effect sustained it by its refusal to review the ruling. A new Community House will go up as part of the complex of facilities of Temple Beth Shutqrq at Chase ave. and 41st s'., "aJtsoon as we can achieve the goal set by our development fund campaign to mark completion of a decade of growth and construction on the part of the Temple." it was announced Wednesday by campaign chairman, Louis F. Snetman. The striking modern architecture ol the main building and sanctuary was the work of Percival Goodman. world-renowned ecclesiastical archi'.echt. and attracted wide attention when it was completed eight years ago The construction of the new Community House will be designed by Miami Beach architect. Herbert Mathes, who was also responsible for ihe new alr-condi| tioned religious school wing added this year. Jack A. Cantor and Isadore J. Hecht, business and philanthropic I leaders in M'ami Beach, are serving as co-chairmen of the Living Memorial phase of the dei velopment campaign. The demolishing of the old community building on the site of which the new structure will stand has been completed and construction starts this week. "We are confident that we will succeed without delay in raising the necessary funds for this muchneeded project." Cantor declared, "because what we are proposing to build is more than just another Community House. It is a complete religious center for the extension of our congregational life in the truest and deepest sense ol !he word. That is an objective sure to meet an enthusiastic response on the part of every potential contributor." James M Albert, president of Beth Sholom. forecast that "this unique center, with its audacious but practical design by Mathes. will offer creative opportunities to young and old on religious, cultural and educational levels, far beyond '.hose previously available for our congregants." Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of the Temple, hailed the plans for the new structure as a "project cf vision and daring that will pioneer in advancing new concepts of Jewish Community House planning for other congregations with comparable aims and problems." The Community House will contain a religious assembly hall witii seats for 35Q; a library of 5.000 yolumes ranging from historic Jndaica to juvenile works for religious school students; an audiovisual material center complete with motion pictures, records, filmstrips and advanced equipment for their use; a board and auxiliary room for Brotherhood. Sisterhood PTA, Temple Youth and other auxiliaries; a gallery for art exhibits; the rabbi's Study, and offices lor the general administration stall. An original feature of tiie roll — gious center will be a unique Hebrew Language Laboratory, complete with every resource for use of advanced methods in teaching the language. In addition, there will be an arts and crafts shop to encourage creative work in art forms inspired by Jewish themes, and much needed storage facilities for furniture and facilities A landscaped area of 15.000 >q. ft., bounded on the south by the sanctuary, on the west by the new Community House, and on the north by the religious school wing, will create a parklike vista. Dentist to be Speaker Miami Beach Dental Society A meet on Monday at the S.>viH e bo-l tel at 7 p.m. Gue 5 t > pcakt r at J dinner meeting will be Dr. i a >i Schwartz, clinic.-; professor ofdlj tistry at Coluim,.a of J *| tal and Oral Burger; (il V speak on "Diagnosis and Manan meal of Pain ir, Dental Practice.^ Harmony Chapter Card foil Harmony chapttr cl B'naJ Bftt Women will hold a rd party the Lucerne hotel lesdaj ning. Mrs. Eslhi Rsberg '.,',, 39th st.. Miami B. ^ of information. lilbert Named to Board Leonard Zilbert. 7504 W. Treasure dr.. 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Friday, November 24, 1961 fJewisii ikridiairi Page 11-A Kane Measures Jewry's Economic Responsibilities DALLAS — (JTA) The full i; tge of responsibilities and needs confronting the Jewish communi' i in this country and in Canada— ii dividualiy and collectively—were outlined here ty Irving Kane, president of the Council of Jewish Fedrfltions and Welfare Funds: at Che" i lit g session of the four-day ral Assembly of the CJFWF. than 1.000 representatives communities attended the ssen : y.i : sessions in the Statler :. hotel. Kan< emphasized that this was pcsl y tl largest Assembly in thi II 'A F's history. n e pointed ( | -hat the problems discussed at I e sessions would deal with milof Jewish lives The Assemhe said, would formulate direc"for Jewish health, welfare, %  and culture services In : i ." It would review the American Jewry in 9 ith overseas Jewis i m Israel, Europe N i Africa. It would dis 1 i ; organization of [und-raising campaigns bj •. Ifan funds and fe lerations. Dosi i gr< al significance Tare funds and federations were to form the core of several mj>lj sessions, Mr. Kane said. One of the principal speakers at the evening session, Kane itressed that unmet needs of immigrants to Israel, as well as the reeds of increased immigration this year, will require an extraordinary effort by United States Jewry, in cooperation with the Jews of Israel. He presented a comprehensive report on the findings and recommendations of a CJFWF delegation which he headed on a survey of conditions 'n Britain, Europe, Israel and North Africa. The delegation, made up of key Ii. I ers of major American Jewish rr.unities, visited installations and services supported by American funds. The delegation mem1 also met with counterpart 1 ers in Israel, holding a scries el 85 meetings in 12 days with goi c miner.; officials. The latter included Prime Minister David BenGurion, leaders of the Jewish Agency, Jerusalem, and other leaders i. ri Israel. Kane warned that it was "easy to get a false perspective"' of Israel tf day for "'behind the signs of progress everywhere, there is the stark 1 d challenging reality of human 1 1 rd and anxiety. There is even Stanley C Myers, of Miami, presided as chairman oi the ennual banquet of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds last weekend in Dallas, Tex. Principal speaker was Secretary cf Health, Education and W fare Abraham A. Kibicoff. Myers, a former five-time president of CJFWF, and tour.d.r.g president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, was reelected to the national board of CJFWF at the four-day general assembly. disapprir.tmen: ever help urgently eeded, and promised, but not received." • He reported that Israel's gross national product "has been increasing eight to ten percent per year" and that the country has virtually no unemployment. He said Amen can Jewry would take great satisfaction from these gains "which w. ( I ave helped to bring about but m .ius: also recognize that Israel still has a foreign tra;'e gap of well over i 000," which he termed "a measure of Its economic dependence H< said Israel's key problem was to close the gap. I t said the sharp rise in immigration, which began las: April, was c ntinuing and that it required "that were not in sight when the Jewish Agency first formulated its 1961 budget." He. reported that Israeli leaders "agreed with our delegation that this should be planned for, not as a crisis or emergency, but as Israel's basic objective and program." He said the CJFWF proposed "that a five-year plan might be drawn up that would take into account realistically the fact that immigration comes not in averages but in waves." The delegation also suggc'cd that such a five-year plan "should be flexible enough to put more money into transportation and other immediate needs when immigration is high, and into overcoming t h e backlog of unmet needs when it is low. The attempt to develop such a five-year plan is now under way," Mr. Kane reported. He said this was the oackground behind a series of moves in recent weeks initiated by the CJFWF. He I noted thai there were "some $30.Oiio.Odo ui! standing in August of this year on the books of our community organization for i960 and pn.ir years, must of it therefore ,n addition to the pie made in 1961." Declaring that "this money is needed now," he the conclave would hear a report tomorrow on the results of a special natiop-wide effort, headed by Lou Smith of Boston, to collect the unfulfilh d pledges to local campai for the United Jewish Appeal. American Jews, he reported* have supplied in the past. 80 percent of the outside contributed funds used to aid new immigrants The Israelis." he said, "look to us 10 continue that level of aid. That is not the total added cost. For every ST.000.000 of outside aid required, the Israel Government must provide $27,000,000 from its tax funds to absorb the new immigrants. That was a major reason why our Council decided to institute an unprecedented drive to help collect unpaid pledges. It seemed to us that nothing we could do here would be so helpful so quickly as to make available the cash required." He explained that these were the factors behind the UJA decision "to accelerate the 1962 campaign by initiating in the fall of i%i with the goal of $95,000,000—some $35,000,000 more than 1961 -anticipation." He said this was also the; reasoning behind the decision of, the Israel Government "to initiate a compulsory loan of S14.000.000 from its own citizens in order in the next six months to provide for immigrant housing, with the intention to follow it with a further compulsory loan of $28,000,000 in the; next year." Discussing the area oi "the basic question of American-Israel understanding," the CJFWF president said there was "a growing eagerness among Israelis to get beyond the narrow limits of a bcneliciaryand-beiielactor... relationship with American Jews, an eagerness to build a mutual understanding of much greater depth and scope." "The Israelis.*' he reported. "know little of what American Jew 1.-I1 life is really like, how we are organize.1. what interests us and motivates us, how we live and function. And they feel that despite the greatly increased tourism. ti-w American Jews know what Israeli life is really like. Our future requires that we build this Indue— 1 he two-way bridge of unrti rstanding and cooperation from which both of our communities will benefit." Dr. Isador Lubin, consultant to the Jewish Agency for Israel on programs in Israel, reported at the session on the Apency's activities. He reviewed the progress that has been made since its establishment in April 1960. He placed parliculzr stress on the budgetary controls and auditing procedures that have been e<;ablished by the Agency, and on the machinery put into effect for the allocation of funds made available by the United Jewish Appeal. These, he pointed out, involved both the consideration of the fields of activity for which the Agency should assume responsibil'ty and the setting up of priorities which will guide it in its allocations. In discussing the difficulties of arriving at a budget lor the coming year, -Mr Lghin.referred to the unforeseen large increase in the number ol immigrants that has been coining to Israel in recent months. "'Ihe allocation of approximately $30,000,000 that was made by the Agency for the current fiscal year. he said. "Was based on the expectation thai the inflow of immigrants would be relatively modest and thai this amount would be sufficient to meet ;i large part of the basic costs of absorbing the new immigrants. As a result of the upsurge in immigration, however, almost twice this amount had to be expended by the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem during the first half of this budget y< r "If. as we have every reason to xpecl %  mmi i i al i< 11 levi '. conat "he 1 resent rati for the next five months, the contribution oi American Jewry to the cost ol bringing in and settling J immigrants in Israel, will constiless than one-fourth of the total thai will be required. The challenge lacing us is to meet the extraordinary needs that have arisen as a result of the increase in immigration." # f Have that ^> luslnesa Meeting, + Banquet* or •* Special Occasion You'll find complete focilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade ox\6 Rubciyot Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I for Information* HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRECTOR JE 1-6061 Sir. St. • Collln* vo. tl fll tllftl if 44tl fflllf • MIAMI IIACI



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Page 4-B ixJewisti fkridlian Friday, November 24 1961 Organizing a "Judgment cl Nuremberg" theatre party benefit at the Lincoln Theatre :cr Sunday evening, Dec. 24, are ladies of the Hebrew Academy PTA. Left to right are Mrs. 3 e r g e r publicity chairman; committee chairman, Mrs. William Goldstein; PTA president, Mrs. Sheldon Dearr; and committee members, Mrs. Leo Reinhard and Mrs. Louis Bunim. Orthodox Women's Convention Passes Resolution on Schools ATLANTIC CITY, N.J .—(JTA)— .Supreme Court upholding Sunday The practice of some schools and closing lawfor Sabbath o colleges in the United States of holding a day other than Sunday penalizing students who absent as their Sabbath. Thej -.. | such themselves from classes for relilaws •discriminate again,: such eioijs reasons w^.denounced here Sabbath observe rs including Jewat the 38th annual "national conven-' l.-n merchants* who" keep their lion of the Women's branch of the places of business closed in the Union of Orihodox Jewish CongTOJewish Sabbah lcr religious legations of America. sons." They add* -.hat sucn court decisions necessitated action on The 600 delegates, representing ne state i eve] • t obtair. jn ex500.000 members of Sisterhoods of tmp tion for such Sabbat! Orthodox Jewish congregations in cr an exemption r A four : he •he United States and Canada, en,., ws 0 f 2 i states. tidied the practice in a resolution approved at the closing session of the convention. The resolution also protested the practice by some schools and colleges in scheduling examinations and other mandatory turricular activities on the Jewish Sabbath and other Holy Da> Adult Institute Set at Temple Pioneer Women Plan Varied Programs Here Pioneer Women. Club 2. will sponLevine will speak on the signifisor a Chanuka dinner Sunday. Dec. cance of the holiday. Mrs. Toby 3. 6 p m.. at the Royal Hungarian restaurant, according to Mrs. Esther Shedroif. president. Chairman of the evening will be Mrs. Irving Liftman. Mrs. Sally Barr will present the invocation. Mrs. Liftman will light the traditional Chanuka candles. Share will be in charge of entertainment. Beba Idelson Club is also planning a regular monthly meeting on Thursday. Dec. 7. 1 p.m., at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. Normandy Isle Branch. Mrs. Eli Emanuel will speak on the United Nations. Mrs. Share will present a program of vocal selections. Mrs. Harry Chaets is hostess tor refreshments. Pioneer Women. Coral Gables chapter, will hold a luncheon next Wednesday noon at the home of Mrs. Esther Grad. 221 Vizcaya ave. Sponsors, in addition to Mrs. Grad. are Mrs. Kate Rose and Mrs. Harrv Sklar. A new insi it U •.' adul< tion at Temnle A .. ~ Yes under the direction of Ra The delegates called such pracZuckcr and Cantor He) lice "an infringement of religious man liberty and freedom of conscience." They urged Women's Branch affiliates and the Jewish communities "to make their protestations known to the appropriate educational and governmental authorities" and to seek arrangements to end such situations. another resolution, the dele"ucatin is For the Tuesday morn > •n customs and ceremonies This Is My God." by Hermai and "The Jewish Woman Her Home" are used as texts, In A discussion group on ;-h philosophy meets every other Wednesday evening, and classes in gates noted with "regret" the reelementary Hebrew are held --very cent decision of the United States Thursday night. YUBAN Guest speaker will be Mrs Milton Green, president of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women. Proceeds are for the organization's I Child Rescue Fund Musical pref m Q{ ^^ • e „ n _-? U n „ ; r U be ffered by I rs Meir Club, according to Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president, will be Tuesday : evening, 8 p.m., at Beth El Congregation. Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff will be in I charge of cultural portion of the evening. This will feature a book review by Rabbi Samuel April, spiritual leader of Coral Way Jewish Center. He will review "Mila 18," by Leon Uris. The program is dedi• cated to Jewish Book Month There will also be a book exhibit including works by Jewish authors. Mrs. Esther Calchman is chairman of the evening. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. William Becswith. Mrs. David Nerove. and Mrs. Jacob Schiff. Sonia Weiss. • • • Mrs. Isaac Offenhenden. president of Beba Idelson Club, also announces a Chanuka celebration on Sunday evening. Dec. 3. 7 p.m.. at the Labor Zionist Center. 842 Washington ave. Sponsor will be Mrs. Rae Weisberg Mrs. Abraham Grossman will bless the candles. Mrs. Moishe Hold Chanuka Workshop Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Cantor Herman Gottlieb conducted a Chanuka workshop for members of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shiran, on Wednesday evening. The Simcha of Modern Israel At Hanukkah time in Israel, a joyous spirit prevails across the land. Holiday menorahs glow from building tops and in the home, in cities, villages and countryside. Gifts are exchanged, Hanukkah parties are given, pageants are performed in schools, and night life is at the peak of its season. Pictured here is a scene in the Hebrew National Opera. Tel Aviv. sncoo 25 Mrs. Edith Field. Irvin em, N. Hollywood. Calif., won $25.00 tor her Kasha Italianne. KASHA ITALIANNE 1 FOR YOUR KASHA RECIPE ( %  delight your family with the c if .-.make! 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FROM THE TALMUD
Ismhcdrin. 91.
I A leader who guides Israel with
humility shall lead them also in the
\\\ orld to Come.
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The Rabbis have laid: "Be rather
i tail to a lion than the head of a
Vox." '
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The Romans, however, said: "Be
rather a liead to a fox than a tail
i > a lion."
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|,i er him who is able to stud) the
\T,rah and doet not; over him who
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TRANSLATION -
Humanity Should Cultivate
The Habit of Thanksgiving
By RABBI MAX ZUCKER
temple Adath Yeshurun
Does God need our Thanks?
God indeed does not need our
thanks, but we feel the impelling
need to pour out from a heart wel-
ling with gratitude our Thanksgiv-
ing to God. This element of Thanks-
giving anil praise is the most per-
vasive and characteristic element
of our liturgy. Our Amidah. .for
example, contains a prayer which
is a singularly beautiful anthem of
gratitude for God's manifold mer-
cies to us.
II is a prayer which gives ex-
pression to the Thanksgiving thai
we feel for "our lives which are
committed unto Thy hands, and lor
our souls which are in Thy charge,
and for Thy miracles which are
daily with us." When we thank
God and praise Him. we are doing
it not for His sake but for our very
own.
Thanksgiving Day is a day set
aside for just such a purpose, in
order that we might cultivate the
spirit of Thanksgiving to the Almighty for his bounties, as we do the
habit of saying "Thank You" to our fellow man for a courtesy shown
Without this habit, we are apt to take the blessings oi life as a matter of
course, become self-sufficient, and forget that there is a God to whom
thanks are due.
There is a legend to the effect that robbers once threatened to disnoil
an ancient monastery. Getting wind of that, the monks took the golden
organ which they had and sank it in the deep waters of a river flowing
nearby. Now the legend has it that people passing the river could hear
the music of the organ though it was buried deep in the river.
Human beings should be like that organ in the legend. They should
cultivate the habit of Thanksgiving and not wait till the Thursday in
November. For. relegated to one day. Thanksgiving even on that day
becomes more a day for eating Turkey and cranberry sauce, than for
an outpouring of the human soul in genuine gratitude for bounties re-
ceived
Ser
vices
, Jhi s lA/e e he nd
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later |
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
teeses-TeCelvetr after that time will be returned as prodf of"*
their lateness.
RABBI MAX ZUCKER
. cultivating a spirit
Ein Geci
A motorboa' >dom on the ;
shores of the Dead Sea northward.
Hills, rock.s and isolate wilder-
ness were revealed to the eyes of |
tiie passengers. "Here is Mount i
Massada!" exclaimed one of the!
passengers. Suddenly a cry of:
wonder burst from the mouths of |
all the passengers. "What is this?
Fata Morgana!" No." said the
steersman, "this is Ein Gedi."
Ein Gedi, which is situated in
the heart of the desert, is com-
pletely covered with an abundance
of trees and shrubs. Here there
are cultivated fields covered with
green, the fruit of the toil of the
members of Ein Gedi. Because of
the great heat, vegetables ripen
here much earlier, and are the
first to reach the market.
Near Ein Gedi there is a spring
185 metres above the Dead Sea.
and adjoining it. plots of cultivated
land with primitive irrigation ca-
nals dating from antiquity. The
weary trippers bathe in the waters
if the spring.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Ahy is it that a quorum of adult
males (a Minyan of ten) is re-
quired for the recital of certain
prayers?
The requirement is quite an old
one. It is tour.d in the Mishrnl;
(Megillah 4:3) where it is the pre-
scribed minimum attendance for
such functions as the recital of the
Kaddish, the public reading of the
Holy Scroll, the recitation of "Bar-
chu" with its public response. Ke-
dushah, and other items which gen-
erally entail the public sanctifica-
tion of name of the Almighty The
Talmud bases this requirement up-
on the Biblical use of t h e term
Edah (congregation) when ten men
were involved (in the case of the
ten spies who spoke ill of the prom-
ised landNumbers 14:27).
It is evident from a Mishnaic
source (Avot 3:tii that the Divine
Presence is at hand when ten men
are engaged in the study of the
Law. From this it is generally de-
duced by Kabbalistic sources, that
when ten men are engaged in pray-
ing together, the Divine presence
may be felt among them. Maimo-
nides claims that the prayer of a
body of ten men is more likely to
be heard by the Almighty than the
prayer of a single individual. Psy-
chologically, it is quite evident that
a greater spirit is generally felt in
the presence of a congregation
praying together in unison than
about one man praying alone.
The number ten being the first
unit of counting thus involves the
first combination of individuals on
a higher plane. While there cer-
tainly is room for individual prayer
in Jewish tradition, nevertheless,
when the prayer calls for the sanc-
tification of the name of the Al-
mighty, or when a ceremony calls
for public acclamation, the quorum
of ten is a basic requirement.
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What is the derivation of the ex-
pression "Minyan?"
The term comes from a Hebrew
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root i : "to count." It thus
means "a count." which could tech-
nically be any count. Since the re-
quired "count" of the men present
at certain prayers is ten, the proper
quorum 'count) must have been
referred to as a "count of ten"
(Minyan Asarah) am! probably was
later abbreviated to the form of
".Minyan." since it was known that
this count must have been ten.

Why are the last windings of the
Tefilah of the hand delayed un-
til after the head piece has
been donned (i.e., the winding
around the fingers?)
In accordance with the Kabba-
lists, this winding was a symbol
of the "marriage*' of the powers
of the mind with those of the
arms. They would therefore not
be in place without the head phy-
lactery already being secured in
place. The Tefillin of the hand
and groom. The windings around
and head are likened unto a bride
the fingers unite them both.
A grjicful ijucsl lay*: "Bless that
host! How many urines, portions.
cage's he br HI [ht OUI for me'" An
't>grate *ayj "What did I have1
A piece of bread a bite of meat, a
d:t of urine; and he served for the
sal{e of tin wife and children.''
in N ZOMA.
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ivc.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ewer. i
Friil:,y 5;Ifl p.m. Paturda) R 30 a.m.,
Sermon: "Thti.- I> No <.o There In So Klndnex*." Bar Mlnvah:
Btitr -.cn of Mr, and Mi- laldore
Liplnsky.
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BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
CantDr William W. Lipson.
I-1 Ida y *:I." i> m. Si rrin "In I
luil,'." Stilurdn> a.m. *i
kVheri i \ Ilob-
ert, -"ii "i Mi i lid Ml M III 1
' '"V in

BETH EL. ECO 5W 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
i ii Sal
.Vl II.I'll II J.
Virtu.
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BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Cantor Hym.in Fine.
l-"iiil.'\ 1:1." r.m Si iiii I iiiisni
I- \' i| the Aii.- i
i.ir. H \1 '' i .VI.in -'.:i Hi Mr.
i.kI Mm ''harlea \Veln8iu i i
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BETH ISRAEL. 4O00 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
Krlria r,:l5 p.m Saturtl i i Ser-
mon "The fc'plrit ..: Thankaglvliig."
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BETH JACOB 301-31! Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
h'rldaj '. : p.m. Sa tui 10 a.m.
Sermon 'When Brother* Meet liar
>!ii..\ ill Arthur. s..:i ot Ml Hid Ml >.
Meyei Welnger.
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sanero. oresident.
FVUIaj S p.m. Saturdaj 9 a.m.
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BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.
FYIdn> ".:!" p.m. Hntur-la) 8:30 a.m.
Sermon i "I >ur Place In u I 'i\ iii/..-ii
World." 1:1'. p.m. Sermon: "Naalam
.iii-i Li banlam.*1
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BETH TORAH. 164th it. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kircchen-
baum.
F/ldtf} 5:30 Rid 10 p.m Sermon:
"Self Deception ii- i Real Art." Ban
Mltxvah: Cheryl, dai ghter .i L)r, and
\li- Morton RoMenbluth. Baturuuj
vi". a.m.
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CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th st Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
i hrlda) 5:31 and 8:3n p.m. Sermon:
I "Profuee Thanks and Profound Olv- I
ii.: s.i turda] 9 n m I lai M lta> ih:
Rli ky, .- n of Mr and Mrs. ai Ri Ben.
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DADE HE.GHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
p.m. Si rmon. "Th :
VV'reKt'lng Ji v^. Saturday "" n m.
Sermon I 'orl Ion lie Wi 'Bar
i / i Inv ai d, n of Mr. and
Mm. Howard Luca*.
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FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Cantor George Goldberg.
". I" ;t 'i I n I ". I
"The Jewish
Saturd i a.i Bar 2
\..li Robert, eon c: Mr, and Mr* ...
u ird Moore

HOLLYWOOD TEVPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Ccnserva*.: .o. Rabhi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yeh..dah
Hailbraun.
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ISRAIUTE CENTER. S175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
10 and 8:1" p.m. Sermon:
"Did W i :i\.. Th.inkn?" .-..
- i' am i la ; Mil -iii Harve>. non
of Mi and Mra. Abraham Kurland.
--
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
st. Co-servative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Prldaj s |5 p.m. Sermon: "The Best
feam of our Live* Uneg Shabbal
hosl i !onrad Elaine, In Ii >n >i
wedding annl\eraarj ol Mr. and Mra
Morris Bro

TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
I-ill.i'. 8 30 p.m, Sermon: "Thankful-
neas, Thankfulneaa, W h en Ac I
Thou?" Saturdaj 9 a Sermon: "A
Return i" the Portal* -if Clod." Bar
Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son ol Mr. and Mrs.
i ;.>! ge Rabin.

TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Prldaj 8:15 p.m Sermon: "Our Amer-
ican Heritage." Saturday 11:18 a.m.
Bar Mltivah: I...... rod of Mr, and
Mra. licioiii Cowan; Steven, Ron ol
Mr. and Mrs. M,-h in Roaanbaum.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sun.land
Hail. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Thanka-
Prldaj :.' p.m. Ser.....n: "Malachl'i
Ancient Querj-." Saturday l".:'." a.m
Sermon: "Message of Obadlah."
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabhi Samuel Vendelowitz.
P [daj v '. Junior L^ST s. i-\ u.
Saturdaj Ii
GEMS OF WISDOM
It i\ good to gue tlianl^i un'.o
die Lord Blhl.l
:< I: *
Cue nun!;- :.' the I ird for He
BIBLI

B< etr
i ,.i.: : our^e them
in pgiti
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hat
LEVtl RABBA.

If a : he r'u'-
...| :lid 1 b >.' b >th lees. I
,f he b-;-ji<. I :liani{- '
he did n - V DDISH PROVERB,
c
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
i ., i daism
and Deniocracj Our Common Heri-
tage Sal ui da i" m Bai M iv.-
vali: Samuel, Ron ..f Mr. and .Mrs.
Da\ Id Miller.

TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing,
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Hirsch Adler.
Friday B:S0 p.m. Sermon: "Moral !'-
armamwnt," gueel Rabbi Herman M.
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-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Prldaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "I'm I
I I.n'i Cclii \ In ilod."
m
TEMPLE JUDE. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
1'ii.i.iy 8 r. p.m. Sermon: "Some
Knal bal in..si:
SlsUrl.....I Saturdaj M:30 a.m.

TFVPLE MFN"i"H. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor toward Klein.
: i", Si mn
i '|i with : ii.. ni.- ted
to thi ........ -to
parl icipal Sal i r n:
| he Bai Muz-
vali: I: waid, non ... ... ... -.
I .!.... I A'ltl,
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TEMPLE S NAI OF NORTH M'AMI.
1200 N 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Bmno M, Wallach.
Pridn ii Sen How flood
.' i ; rhan ihi I. d Sal ur i\ ; l
a.m. Bar Mltxvah I. son if
Mr. and Mi* Wllll i i
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TEMPLE TIFER6TH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Helm.
, -
.
I'.ui larch* in. Shabl Ml
and Mra. I
of -.n. Fred n hlrtl Saturd
a.a. Si i in. hi u :, j Portion."

TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative.
Friday 8:1.1 p.m : .. kei I
rack a Kapohan, asRo<'lati profi
i \. h.i.u \ al the L'nlveralty ot
MiamL :ll diacuag "Religion Asaet
ability."

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
Friday v :.? p.m. Kermon: "MeaaeB*
. ..f the Lord." Students of Mra.
Zyas' Heb e las- i:i parti n
services; their parents will hosl the
Oneg Shabbat. Baturday 9:30 a.m,
Bar Mltxvah: Barry, son of Mr and
m r Msu ; ii Loss
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
I rlday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Lei us
i;iw Thanks. Saturda) : a.m.

YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
I rlday 5:15 p.m. Saturdaj : a.m Ser-
mon: "Responslbllltj Makes Man-
hood." Bar Mltsvah: Robert, son of
Mr. mid Mrs. Isidore Cohen.
In .....1 IT
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16 Kislev 5:15 p.m.
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Friday. November 24, 1961 1 %  • Jtpntf #/ ffcricfi^tr Page 11-B AJComm. Panel Argues Future Road for Jews Members oC tiie Greater Miami chaptei of the American Jewish Committee were exposed to three points .1 view regarding the ways in which the) and their co-religionists can bes find their role in the ccnumuuty while finding inner safiafactiM IM* themselves and their children. Spi ah hg .".; a workshop session flurl "he ninth annual meeting of the < p!er Saturday at the Diplomat betel o:: the subject, "Assimilation, Integi iti ii or Insulation — Wh 11 Road lor American Jews?" wen Rabbi \ • inder Gross, principaJ .' the Hebrew Academy of Miami Beach speaking on behalf (ii in lation; Rabbi Joseph It. Narot, oi Temple Israel of Greater Miami, who presented the mtegrationisl point of view; and Richard v Miami attorney, who u gre. %  % %  • permissive attitude Dn tl i par) lew s toward those v lui eek assimilation as an answer. The pai el was moderated by D P Scheinberg Cc itndirg that "since the values that wfirs originaMy Jewish re now part of the American philosophy, Judaism has become redundant," Richard Wolfson urge: Jews to act "as Americans and rat as American Jews, so that we may be accepted by our neighbors for what we are and what *e can contribute to society." I)r >arot in-isted that contrary to the assUnUationist point of view. "Juda m has a living, vital messagi rtl ich mu>t be voiced throughout oiu land if man is lo find peace and understanding." Charging that "insulation is ghettoism," he maintained that Judaism has a far better chance of surviving "Ii there i a blend of Judaism in Americanism." Hal I Gro>.charged that the assimilationisl is "'a spiritual orphan suspended in space without a pur' pose or goal The insulationist view, hi suggested, is completely within (he framework of the American tiadition "which is one ol pluralism, where we are permitted to live i nn the confines of our religiou heritage without violating the principle.-, o; democracy." Highlighting trie ninth annual banquet were Human Relations Awards given to Rep. Dante B. FasceU and a special award to the! Catholic community of Dade coun-1 ty. The Right Rev. Monsignor Bar ; ry accepted the award to the Catholic community on behalf of Bishop Coleman Carroll Shepard Broad, a nietpber of the advisory board of the chapter, in making the presentation, acclaimed the Catholic com-1 The Catholic community o! Dade county and Rep. Dante B. Fasceil were honored with human relations awards by the Greater Miami chapter, American Jewish Committee, during AJC's ninth annual meeting last weekend at the Diplomat hotel. Rep. Fcscell (left) accepts the award from Sidney Meyer, a member oi local AJC's advisory board. munity's contributions to the community "by identifying its activities on behalf of Cuban refugees; its' sponsorship of the first annual labor-management seminar: and its initiative in the desegregation ot the parochial schools of Greater Miami." An additional gift of books to the University of Miami was made in honor of the human relations contributions of Rep. Dante B. Fasceil. In making the presentation, Sidney Meyer acclaimed Fasceil as "a man dedicated to the principles of freedom, equality and justice for all." The award was presented to the Florida Congressman "for his record as a legislator, in which he voted his convict-ions without regard to race, creed or color; "for his integrity in refusing to sign the "Southern ft^anifesto" a racist document; and "for introducing and spearh eating a movement for congressional approval of a Cabinet Post of Secretary of Urban Affairs." Annual reports by chapter president, David B. Fleeman. and executive director. Seymour Sanmet, stressed the responsibilities oi Americans to "renew efforts to resist the onslaughts oi extretn ists Referring to international ten Etions, Fleeman noted that "we haave been abruptly made to realizeth.it the way people deal with one another has the potential for m aking severe changes in our daily lives." Samel called for a rededication to the principles of the American Revolution, and urged use ol 'ill-, nation's "not so recent weapon, the 50-megaton idea embodied in our Declaration of Indepi rid Chairman [or the weekend affair v as David R. Hochbcrg a c'l vice president, who servi ; %  din ner chairman, Co-chairman was Mrs. James It. Katzman, who also introduced the human rel ations award winners at the banquet. A highlight of the weekend affair was the installation of officers by AJC vice president. Morns A liram. first legal counsel of the Peace Corps. In his installation ad dress. Ahram spoke out strongly asjamst adopting what he called "Irae airraid-shelter mentality." In drawing an analogy wit In the Golden Pr* of Greece, he stressed that this nation must strive "not UF's Dean Weil To Get Award The Florida Chamber of Commerce, at its anual convention this week in St. Petersburg, will give its highest award to Dean Joseph Weil, of the University of Florida. Dr. Weil, dean of the college of c ngineering at the University of Florida since 193$, will receive the Chamber's "Outstanding Service Award." Working with the U.S. Government, he is responsible for many of the atomic and nuclear research contracts to Florida through facilities established at the university. In 1956. at the suggestion of the \ American Technion Society, Dean; Weil went to Technion in Haifa, where he undertook to survey the ] curriculum and to make recom-' mendations wherever possible. At the suggestion of Dean Weil, a new department in nuclear science has been opened at Technion, and the heads of the department. as well as graduate students, have been responsible for the atomic reactor at N'ehi Rubin in central Israel. founders of Technion and members of the Greater Miami chapter of the American Technion Society are M. A Baskin, chapter chairman. Mrs. Maurice Baskin. Mrs. Sorrel Ross Bollet. William Bornstein. Maurice Brams. Shepard Broad. Harry L. Cooper. Miss Ruby Diamond, Samuel Elman, Mrs. Frances Entine. Mrs. Ray Franklin, Samuel Friedland, Mrs. Fannie C. Frommer, Mrs. Louis Glasses Isador Hammer, Nathan Ku.-hin. Mrs. Trudy Hammerschlag, Harold Lasker. Max H. Lecinson, Hyman Lieberman, Mrs. Jacob H. Marx, Joseph Meehlow, Jack S. Popick, Jacob Rifkin, Bernard Rodins, Philip j Rosenberg. Frank Smith, Marcellusj Staley, David S. Stern, Daniel A.I Udell, A. I. Cslander, Dean Joseph %  Weil and Mrs. Jeanette R. Weiss Dr Irving Lehrman is on thei national board of directors of the American Technion Society.and Leo Rutstein is the Southeastern di lector ot the Society. for power, not for domination, not for egocentric satisfact ons. We strive, we endure and we suffer in order to ensure these individual and civil rights which make this a unique civilization. Unless these be preserved we have nothing to sir ve for and no reason to endure." Terming this the 'era of the airraid and fallout shelter," Abram warned that one ot the principal threats to this country "is that a Spartan state. Russia, is compiling us to adopt Spartan defenses Abram issued a call to Amen an voluntary organizations "to assist in retaining in America the tradi tions of Athens while this country arms as a Spartan nation and faces its tests of will and purpose wi'.h the Soviet Union." Installed for a second term as chapter president was David 2. Fleman. Other officers were .Myron M. Behrman, Alvin Cassel. William L. Finsten, .lames H Katzman. vice presidents; Melvyn B. Frumkes Het L. Markow, adm ry; it. W. Apl b i son, Han I I • S e cha mci ad\ isorj • Rol ir, pre Ident. H 'Men Only' Saon At Menorah "For !y" will b< tl •if the evening at the "sm< i r" sponsored by the Temple Menorah Men's Club on Thursday. Nov. 30 at 8 p.m. Featured will be the well-known entertainers. Guy Rennie and Vivian Lloyd, who will combine comedy and sung in a novel program. A "panel of experts" will consist ol Lester Goldberg. Al Mechowitz. and Jack Korenblit. Robert Bloch, president, invites ion-members to attend. DEAN JOSfPH V/tll Barbaia Courshon, 17, a senior at Miami Beacfh High School, is shown (center) with princesses Barbaia Herzog and Aiexa Weiss in royal robes after she was named Queen of the school for the coming year. Contestants for the crown are nominated by seniors. Barbara was among the three finalists, and in "an all-school election won the crown. She is the daughter of Arthur H. Courshon, board chairman of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Taxpayers Group Selects Greene Jerome Q, Greene has been noun nated as 1962 president of the Mi-] ami Beach Taxpayers' Assn. President Robert A. Peterson has announced the annual election will be; held on Dec. 14. Nominated as vice presidents were William T. Kruglak II. God-; 'rey Perell. Parks Rusk, B. Bayard i Strell. and Henry E. Wolff. Sara j Dee Berkowitz was named for secj retary, with C. L. Clements, jr., treasurer, Directors nominated were Ben Battle jr., Ted E. Cohen. David Ponton, Norman Giller, Herbert S. (Umbel. Dr. Jack A. Greenhouse, Nathan Gumenick, Paul Marko Jr., Dr. I. William Lippman. Robert A. j Peterson, Jack S. Popick, Simon E RObin, Paul Seiderman. Col. Carl It. Shaw and Mvron II. Willison. Kislak Makes Realty Awards J. I. Kislak Mortgage Corp will sponsor the Real Estate Humanitarian Awards program for Dade and Broward count] brokers, salesmen and saleswomen, for the third year J a y Kislak, president, in announcing pn/es totaling 8900, with first place worth $500. explained that "this program helps the real (slate industry put its best foot forward by acknowledging the hu. manitarian aspects of many real estate transactions." Entry blanks are available through the Kislak Mortgage firm. : WANTED: The Search Bureau for Missing Relatives of the Jewish Agency m Israel IN looking for Haim Levitsky. age over 60. born in Sums Is. Ukraine, His father's name is unknown His mother's was Liha. Mr. Levitsky came to the United States in 1916. He moved to Miami in 19-40. and is now retired His son, Liova Levitsky. has lieen identified as the owner of a ilrn gstore in Miami Beach. Haim Levitsky is being sought by Sara Govezinski i nee Ya-llewtskyi. She was born in Smivsk. Ukraine, in 1925, and is the daughter of Grigori (Hesh) and Vera Govezinski, Her last known addresi abroad was Moscow. She came to Shikun Pinsker Breha. Histadrut St., 9/B, KlarSatoa. Israel, in 1960. She is a cousin of Mr. Levitsky. CANDID PHOTOGRAPHS of BAR M1TIVAHS BRIDALS LIPSON STUDIOS HI 5-3434 163 Arr.qon, Coral Gables JE 1-S2S1 Closed Saturday Sunshine Bakery BAKERS fOR KOSHCR HOMES Specializing in WEDDING & BAR MITZVAH CAKES You Call Wt DELIVIR Orders $2 or More ER£E 1043 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH 39. FLORIDA § IP^T ,V\JGUST BROS n Yt Is (he BEST.' V 0 [ &f HOFFMAN. IS COMING.. vith their flavor tree> Real fruit that sparkles „. with vitamin C.


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TALIANOFF, WALLER A I.ITM.N
neys for Appllcanta
420 Lim .in Road
HERBERT MARSHAK
ERNIE HELD
11 8-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I iirderslgned, desiring to encage in
business under the fictitloua name of
Vl( S BAR \ GRILL al 248 N.E
Si eet, Miami, Florida, Intends
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records of Dade County, Florida;
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Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade
County, Florida, at the Ccurt'iouse in
Miami. Florida, in or befon I'.cem-
bei ii, IM1, and t. servi ;, oopy of
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Couri of Dade Ceunty, Florida, at the
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befi i embei 19, 1961,'and to serve
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P, CATSMAN, Plaintiffs Attorney,
wio.-. address i> Mih Flooi al i"i
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you fall :.. do so, the complaint will
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the relief demanded In
DAI El .- I.'ith day of November,
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
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North Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida,
Intends to register said name with
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AAIION AL PERLMUTTER.
So'e owner
Goldman, Goldtti in A Pai alei
Attorneys for Registrant
Weal Flagler Stn I
Miami. Fla. XK 5-0618
11 8-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
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Whereas, ROSE G, KAPLAN, MI-
AMI BEACH, FLORIDA; JULIUS
WEISS, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA;
GRRA1 MXK ADAM, MIAMI BEACH
FLORIDA: did ." the 29th dH> of
11. loi.. r, A.M. 1948, cauae to be In
con.....ati under the provisions of
id, general corporation law of the
of Florida FLORIDA I.ITH-I-
BAR, INC., h corporation, with It*
pal piaci of business at Miami
BEACH, DADE COUNTY, in the
State of Florida, and whereas tin
stocVholders of such corporation did
on iii. 11 daj of November. A I
1961, cause to filed In the offlci of
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HERALD i ABRICS at 201 S, Miami
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"eJewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 34 — Number 47 Miami. Florida, Friday. November 24. 1961 Two Sections — Price 20* 169Jews Among 171 Victims of Egyptian Expropriation Plan PARIS—(JTA)—Egypt's policy of expropriating property of %  'reactionaries" under President Carnal Abdel Nasser's program of "Arab Socialism" is aimed almost entirely at Jews, the European office of the American Jewish Committee reported here this week. Of the latest 171 "sequestrations" ordered in Egypt, the report stated. 169 of | those named are Jews. Definition Of Jew' Rouses Ire AUO ATTACKS DR. M7UWM G01DMAWN Soviet News Agency Hits Leaders in Israel and US RED ARRESTS PROTESTED PAGt M NEW YORK — (JTA) — H. B. Volf, managing editor of Webster's Third International Dictionary, raid here that such descriptions of Jews in the new edition of the dieJews affected by the latest "so-' questration" orders, the AJC office I said, have not only had their prop j erty confiscated but have also been I barred from membership in variOUI clubs and societies, and banj ned from serving on any business or cultural board. The latest list of 171 was seen by the AJC here as part of the general policy of! Egypt property "nationalization" ; which has struck so far at 593 persons, "a large part of whom arc I Jews or of Jewish origin." A complete list of property owners affected was published in the Beirut newspaper, Al Hayat relionary as "a person believed to'ceived here. The text of the Nasdrive a hard bargain" are always | ser decree, printed in the newsqualified by the expression "usualpaper, states: "AH Jews included ly use disparagmly" or "usually in the list of sequestrations are de..-ken to be offensive." The nega-! prived of their civic rights and tive detentions of the word "Jew" cannot serve as guardians, carein the new edition provoked inquirtakers, or proxies in any business h>*association or club, nor can they In a telephone interview with the be members of clubs or societies." Jewish Telegraphic Agency from Springfield. Mass.. headquarters of Use dictionary's publishers, the Mcrriam Company. Wolf said that it was the philosophy of the dictionary's editorial staff that any dictionary that is supposed to present a record of the English language ai it is used in the year of publication should present most current usages of words. .\o.\D.)N — (JTA) — While Western sources in Moscow confirmed Monday the arrest and imprison-! ment of three leaders of the Jews! in Moscow, in 'addition to the prej viius imprisonment of three Len-: ingrad Jewish leaders, the Soviet j Government's news agency, Tass, | has bitterly attacked the worldwide protests against Russia's new series of anti • Jewish manifestations. An English-language commentary by a Tass writer, Igor Orlov, distributed only to foreign correspondents in Moscow, charged that the recent conviction of the three Leningrad Jewish leaders was the signal lor the start ol u campaign about "a wave of victimization of Soviet Jews." Charging that the "episode" would have been ignored by the Western press, "if the defendants had not been Jews," Orlov bracketed in his statement the Israel Government, the Jewish press, the Administration in Washington, Arthur J. Goldberg, U.S. Secretary of Labor, and Dr. Nihum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress. Orlov said that Israel "agents" Continued on Page 9-A Rockwell Says He Will Talk CJFWF Concerned Over Treatment of Russian Jews HCAITH AND AGIO WfLfAM FACE 5-A KANE MEASURES RESPONSIBILITIES PACE II-A DALLAS—(JTA >—The four-day general assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds concluded here with the adoption of numerous important resolutions, including one expressing the concern of the American Jewish community with the treatment of Jews in the Soviet Union. Another resolution adopted by ( the 1.000 assembly delegates, rep He said the Third New International Dictionary defines Jews in three categories — noun, adject : ve and verb, and in several "senses." The noun "Jew" in the new 1961 edition includes as Continued on Page 3-A London Court > Orders Trial Of 'Abductor' LONDON — (JTA' — Shalom Shtarkes, the young Israeli orthoc "x school teacher whose extradition is being sought by Israel lor : alleged abduction of his nine yearold nephew, will have to stand trial | lor extradition on Dec. 12. a magi-' strate's court ruled here this week.' Sir Robert Blundell, sitting as: the magistrate, ruled there arei three charges against Shtarkes. The accusations, as listed by the j court, are 1. Shtarkes committed perjury in Israel; 2. He "stole" j Vossele Schumacher, his nephew.' whose whereabouts are sought by the Israeli authorities; 3. He "confined an abducted person, refusing I to surrender him." The defense fought hard against lurther detention of Shtarkes, claiming: 1. He did not "abduct" the boy but was given custody of the child by the boy's grandfather Continued on Page 10 A ARLINGTON, Va. — (JTA) — George Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi Party, said this veek he would go through with lourt-delayed plans for a speech in New York City now that the United States Supreme Court has in effect supported his constitutional right to do so. The high court re fused to review a ruling of New Jfork courts that Rockwell could not be refused a permit to speak in Manhattan's Union Square. However, the self styled Nazi leader added his visit to New York f or that purpose might be delayed for a few weeks or even a lew months SO that he could time his speech "for maximum propaganda value." He was refused a permit by the New York City Parks Commission in May 1960 and took the case to court with the help of the American Civil Liberties Union. Justice Henry Epstein of the State Continued on Page 9-A that Jews in Russia "will be given the same rights as other groups" to religious expression and cultural fulfillment. The CJFWF call for the raising relenting 800 Jewish communities, called on American Jews to increase their contributions in 1962 : to meet pressing domestic and overseas needs. The call emphasized that, in 1962. the Jewish communiol upward of $165,000.00 in 1962. to [ties mutt raise for these purposes meet pressing needs, declared that more than $165,000,000. i "the dramatic changes which have emerged in recent months pose an In the resolution on the Soviet hJ8Soric challenge to the resource Union, the assembly POtnwO fulness, flexibility and strength ol that the Council ol Jewish FeclcJewisn federated fund-raising in rations and Welfare Hinds has. communities." The statement in the past, expressed its concern l (|n)lnuc(1 over the deprivation by the soviet i Union of the rights of Jews to main-, "The requirements of greatly tain their religious and cultural increased numbers ol immigrants Israel Lines Up Against Bigotry In So. Africa UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — Israel again condemned the Republic of South Africa here this week for its policy of Apartheid and called lor adoption of a resolution in the General Assembly's Special Political Committee deprecating South Africa's "policies based on racial discrimination" as "reprehensible and repugnant." However, Israel opposed .clauses in that resolution which would result in possible expulsion of the Republic of South Africa from membership in the United Nations. Israel's stand on the issue was voiced in the committee by its lepresentative, Ambassador Aneh Eshel. Israel's Deputy Permanent Representative. The resolution was first introduced by seven African and four Arab League members of the United Nations. Thirty nations are now among the resolution's sponsors. Pointing out that Israel and the United Nations as a whole have appealed to South Africa in prior years to end its policy of racial discrimination, and recalling that Israel, as a Jewish State, founded upon the principles of Zionism, opposes racial discrimination wherever it occurs, Mr. Eshel told the committee that Israel finds it necessary to back the 30 member resolution. Eshel referred in his speech to the fact that Israel had voted in Continued on Page 2-A institutions and practices. "Under the shock of reports of recent events regarding the treatment of Jews in the Soviet Union, this concern remains unabated," the resolution stated. It expressed the hope that the force of public opinion, "reflecting the conscience of mankind," will bring an end to Soviet attacks on Jews and Jewish institutions. The resolution also expressed the hope coming to Israel, to the United States. Canada and other countries; the recognized needs Of our major national and overseas programs; the vast complex of unresolved national and local health. Jewish education and community relations problems; the new opportunities made possible by the advances ol science to overcome hitherto insoluble problems — all place proContinued on Paqe 8 A Golda Will Defend Refugee Stand UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)— Israels Foreign Minister Colda Meir arrived Sunday in New York from Jerusalem to lead the Israeli delegation at the United Nations in the battle on the Arab refugee issue which delegations from 11 Arab countries are determined to raise with unprecedented fury. Mrs. Meir arrived a day before the UN Palestine Conciliation Com mission was expected to file a report dealing with the refugee prob lem. On Monday, the PCC report was scheduled to be handed to the General Assembly. By the end of next week, or by Monday oi the following week, the Assembly's special political committee will open debate on the PCC's report as well as on the annual report of John H. David, director of the I'm ted Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, From that point on, it was foreseen here, Israel will face the fiercest barrage of Arab attacks it has had to endure in many years. The Arab delegations will make *n all-out effort Continued on Page 6 A Irving Kane was reelected to a third term as president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds at the CJFWF general assembly in Dallas, Tex., last weekend.



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?=ce SB +Jc*ist fkriJiar, Friday, November 2-.. 1951 VftA WOMAN OP THE WEEK Vera Mrs Oscar ?%  rvasbnanS She be_ .. 1 u a rabb:. but after the revoenied RUSJ the easy practice %  .-. for a Doctor of Philosophy • %  :--: %  at the Leneegrad In order t ave B ssia Vera bad to go by Washington DC. la £ she r ^young enough l ajoy icj cold, tjte %  "-Epeteii Vi ra's mot] an OR! RT a:.-c • : ---> l >r ot h cri are all prors and engineer! But an iron curtain ia Russia —while Vera that they are alive, she has never neard froc irectly There were only seven-thousand Jews here rbeo Vera and Oscar came to Miami. They are now marri< thirty-eight years, have four •rooderful children, and --;* lovely grar.dchiidAt once, tbej started to be active m the, ter Miami Jcwisb Federation and CJA. Vera .past president cf the Golda Meir group it Pioneer Women. Currently. -he is vice %  • I fund-raising on .he Pioneer Worn%  -A., and correspoi cretary of Federation of Jewish Worntr ? Or: Whei •Vera and C leal at a board of governors mee":r.?. you sard to realize tha: One people are such effective fundmain air that makes it difficult for anyhe learned to cook. She didn't know here Every time she tasted something 'extra ;h asfci I r tbi recipe Now she bakes all of her friends' t p D. as well A good friend to her contempones. munrty, Vera is an inspiration and a joy to be IT'S DIFFERENT NOW'A DAYS half hour after r hcnew baby arrived. Jane .Mrs Al) Sharon ital bed in Syracuse, NY. to inform her parents. Harold and Melanie Thurman. of the great event. Jane also called her [ather, Rabbi Samuel Thurman. The baby. Laura Helen's ether •• I ; -" : ; irents. are coming from Israel to see the new arrival • 1 meet Jane. They are sahras. Her mother-in-law went to school er to learr. ) "hat .-he could write to Jane every week Is nd her family can hardly wait to welcome them PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT Tha*'• %  at th< itat n -:..' : and tl !y what hanpev first d ffee meeting of the Miami chapter. Brar.deiUniversify National V. n mmiltee. The new president. Bunny < Mrs ig Mrs. Bernard Fisher, whose house was the [ting he colors <>'. Brardeiity. Co-h stess Mrs Max Sti n was in an apricot silk polka dot _. en two-piece outfit, had just see her new niece The ; .ece — the ins I Mrs. t of books displayed with love nterns. Ever; 1 Mrs I Goli a dotted a hug< r septa Rudniefe ir in i I her head, and long earst 1 me back to Miami dress most bet mini I bet taiim sa Mrs rnicta ick Muriel kin AP Rosen, in ili or. the pm -* •* SHE LIKES THEM TOO Of c irse Etbel kin %  •' % %  1 adores ber husband's. f Japanese %  • bli iboot the first one \n Center when the Miami Beach Art Club op r annual ion there Vw 20 to Dec 12. with Mart's col lion included in the show. Hi g t interested in woodblock prints when he was ia Japan They are bi scarcer and scarcer theee days hecause they jut aren't being made anymore And. of course, ibeir value -kyrocketed One of the Wens' fa-.or.n 1865 Horishige done 12 three pan' LAMB CHOPS AND BUNNIES Opening night at The LambMiami Beach's newest club, had as many people waiting to get in as were already in The Lamb Chop* were h> cute as could be. wearing little bows where bunnies 'from the Playboy Club) have their tails. Glimpsed in between the hundreds of unknown laces were those of Dr. ?nd Mrs Bertram Thorpe. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith. Mr ani Mr* Mat Serotta, Mr and Mrs Murray Sonnet. Dr J. A. Greenhouse. State Attorney Richard Gerstein. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller. Those who couldn't get in did the next best thing— they made an exodus for Miami's Playboy Club. Included were Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, Max A. Schwartz and Mrs. Rose Feinstein. Mr. and Mrs Harold Granoff. and Mr and Mrs. J Bernard Specter. Cristols United By Bride's Uncle Samuel Thurman. of St. double ring ceremony uniting his niece. Eleanor Ann Rubin, and A Jay Cnstol or. Sunday. Now 19. at the %  ril • hotel. He had also marMr and Mrs Donald Rubin. 1755 Calais cr parents of the bride. After a recepticn and dinner •vhich followed the 1 o'clock ceremony, the young couple left for a rxn.'.;r MO in the Eleutheran islar their return, they will live at 1950 Meridian ave. A graduate of the University of Miami, the new Mrs Cristol 1a time: .-tructor there and a Certified Public Accountant. She :s a member of the American Society of Women CPA's. Her bridal I of peau de soie and chantiUj lace was styled with lic< -.c<.p necklin*. outlined with a spnrJde of paillettes and seed pearls and had long sleeves ending :n points-on-hand The bcuffartt skirt, with lace and seed pear! appliques, fell in a long xracefu! chapel train, aad the fingertip illusion veil was held by a %  .zTa of lace and pearls. She earned her confirmation Bible with -treamers of orchids and lily ofthe-valley. Debby Thurman. the bride's cousin, waher only attendant. The bridegroom i the son cf Mr. and Mrs Samuel Cristol. 1011 Euclid ave. He has a BA and LLB. cum laude. from the University of Miami, and graduated with distinction from the VS. Naval School of Justice. He belongs to he Miami Yacht Club. Miami Jayte.-. Elks. Young Democrats. Air Training Corp.. ar.^ Lawverp; lot Xssn. He ipresently engaged in the private practice of law as a partner in the firm of Weintraub and Cristol. Albert L. Weintraub served as best man. MMS. MIAM GOIDJTHH MIS. A. JAY CtlSTO. N.Y. Honeymoon For Goldsteins Mr. and Mrs Julian Goldstein will live in Coral Gables when they return from a wedding trip to New York City. The Dunes motel on Miami Beach was the site of their nuptials and a dinner reception Sunday. Nov. 19. with Rabbi Max Upschitz officiating at the 1 p.m. ceremony. The former Sandra Simon chose a full-length, white peau de soie gown with a bouffant veil for her wedding, and carried white orchids on a Bible. Mrs. Anna Tergul and Elaine Marcia Simon were matron and maid of honor. ami Beach, the new bride a North Miami High Her husband it the son Anna D. Goldstein, of P. Pa., and the late B. stein He attended State College. WOkes • Pennsylvania, and the I of Miami. Serving as best mai Goldstein, and G< 1 ry Cuttler. David Norman Meyer • New adorerI r couple will be 234 Corai Gables. Mrs. MorSim Daughter of Mr and Mrs Har:\ ,. mon. 17011 NE 6th ave.. No. Mi Kaaima woup Meefr: Wei .8S. MMH rtKNANMZ Teacher Weds Baltimore Bride .' % %  %  Lou Pachino became MrHarry Brooks in recent wedding ceremonies, with only immediate members of the coople'a families attending. The bride ;= the daughter of Mr and Mrs John J Pachino. of Balti•ncre. Md. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Max Brooks. Mr Brooks .* a member of the faculty at Beth David rehgiou* school. His wife is a medicaltechnologist The newly weds will live at 7333 Gary ave.. Miami Beach, on their return from Baltimore, where a reception in tneir honor was to be held o\ti the Thanksgiving Day weekend Couple Exchange Vows Here Ph\llis .'oan Embinder and Rob ert Fernandez exchanged nil] \ ws Sui afti: oon, Nov. 12. Vice Mayor Henry Baiaban performed the 3 30 p.m. cer D mony The bride, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Eli Einl u d r of Tampa, is 2 graduatt of Miami Senior High Her W( gown was of imported French chantilly lace over -ilk bouquet taffeta in the new intermission The miniature scaUopi : neckline was outlined in tinj leed pearls, and lace tiers outlined :he full -kint. The ba>que bodice and long ilet ves wen b th potnte I Her twotiered bouffant veil I imported French 1II11-: hold in place by a da ot head; and she carried a lace covered Bible with orchids and stephanotis. Maid %  ; nor-was Beverly Fineman, ar.d Andee Embinder was bridesmaid. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and MrC Fernandez His brother. Casiano Fernandez, was -' man. and Scott Camil served .1usher. First ofi.iia! n ting the newly-chartered Kadima 1 Hadassah. ihe i. r -i n n in Dade COU! home of Mrs, Roberl 2431 NW 182nd %  10 a.m.. 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.-.-'>>-** at n*. r N':T*T :I. 5'3MT? A ^ 3c3<53. ".!•*' V '•:. %  f/a/nej0/ fAe 5e/we 0/ Consuming Concern for God 0 3A 1 i C ; -• v%  ;*jft **i < frt.50. CT M : W ELSMHM 6VTM JfaJKHK %  y --— %  .. j sac UniteW fs b'5f*iim^ PostB7 SAUl CAKSOri %  Mi an ." •;lmg flw tafit-'s fric. Bi. aaanna %  • • %  d J %  i -.. B uakli Befjrew %  I if 1 : %  --.-'!. Uma.-U-' -•• %  1 Meet an American • Born Israeli at the UN R 5A-E<; r ~ i %  • • %  )e r .%  %  %  : %  I pr %  %  -" %  ja'e Hen B'tvutn You and Me: BORIS SMOUR Right Wing Ways TM£ SAZl :.' I %  I -' • %  %  '. 1 %  -" La • %  • I iat I The '•• p tp •-a .: false and harmful ..-. lei that Arab 1 nda -' fit '-1 BI ry— which would find it very hard to place their propaganda in thf: new, ianj> American r.< paper-. — hav* the policy of penetrating the presi through 'letten to The only t h penetration kJ to ebeck the r to the -.' hen tl mtr M • -.'je, <.r to permit the re the letter published ind .: .. %  inraha] .. jice up hi-, own mind ------" State %  1 Traditjona represen t :J ieal %  I (or i ananber Mrs B 7tot Mrs '• %  --%  L"N •-.-%  .-. %  %  — Mrs. N'arch i -%  shuia iwarti be rn m Brook .• Z. .*-..-.1 greet -jcr. Mi Her fsther, a %  in. Dr Abrahaai S Sehwsru •a '-* poet .<•-. .-.:--• a: Barnard IBUI irtz met a young Pa le Koah Nardi, who rate at Teaehen tan ':.'.. .. in Nardi and the grand-daughter rfthe %  re married ia New York. Dr Nardi • the Israeli Ministry of Education Mrs rev Universit] arses 11" :• I b fa % %  .ind in 1*34 During 1 i"ai %  nil ible toretun Z rl — Cm as editor I %  r then is direct Z • in this Then she returned — %  em \ ion. Mrs. N'a %  I In her 1 %  %  [for • %  rhoi %  i — it • •in; :-. mber 1 this c mn ittee '•: N'ardi— rights — ind sh< .. %  o l %  %  mutt %  -. %  %  %  Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ %  OH the Retord Bv NATHAN ZiPRIK The Chagall Windows T HROUGH THE lessen 5 met. tatus of a • .r. :he Be tag teaching and researea 7. :r. lia.r. bhanfci ken --". and bki %  hoot I %  ••er area — 35 an tnH %  This -... nanfjn FtweWe Badassah • eenimilsioaed Rained ,. • bj Marc Chagall are ledseated I the S: %  I the Badateah-Be litj Me : ter is the ladeal B l af Jenisaienr. From N'.-:throoeh Jir. 3 Dnese aaagnificeot nndows — be -howB it --~ :: Modkhm Art m New q_--. %  Bter Sj 1 be stained glas 11 1 —all ih; defies the r> .-trad:: i*tn -. -• IT %  — : %  • I %  Russians Ought to Do Seme Studying in Rashi A CCORDING TO THE .:• *^ en the Israelite ind trie; ;. Acre VAd the exti : icauons ol tfa trj and i to be concluded — ficanl part — that led the mhabi I were A brave people |_ they thoui'ht did not hide behind a lot of g I don't supple Mr Khrushchev who keeps on exploding those 30 megator. bombs readi Rashi He ought The: r.ething ;n what Rahi -aid Maybe he ought •. read the itory in "he Bible too about David and Goliath. Khrushchev -ays all this exploding of big bombs i, Goliath %  '•>. m I remember, was all enca in armor, but little Iiair.ed any defensive armor •ighed him down Just give him a little sbng ahot But what are we to do about if Mr Khrosr-rh' '.y a menace I %  '. hombre like Khrush4^ reatemng to blov. irifl The I_w w into • • %  I tfa Lae .• Ore but >re powerful — %  • ; asl week I 1 U.S. a hes lie drive *.. %  > o-. ei Dg of western br More than A Khrushchev fears the American voice beii Let's go back to the Bible again. the future land of Israel came across an Ir too The wall Of Jericho. What did he do? T*r Shoot gur.No. He did a little broadcasting. Sent his the city, sounding off their trumpets and the waUs cbo came tumbling down. That's what we need now A massive 0 ,ef cho to overcome the wall of Moscow. Many are saying we must build shelters a^ains' danger of world catastrophe. The Gojd Book can gui le us here too. It's ill Genesis. Th^ people Acre wicked T repent but they got worse and worse Noah ia and he built a public ihottoff dr^ was



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fiday, November 24, 1961 +Jpwlsli ncrMian Page 13-A %  it*'n> %  •)** IJ•"' • ?•' i %  FROM THE TALMUD Ismhcdrin. 91. I A leader who guides Israel with humility shall lead them also in the \\\ orld to Come. Ibot. 4:20. The Rabbis have laid: "Be rather i tail to a lion than the head of a Vox." I |Y. Sanhedrin, in 4 8. The Romans, however, said: "Be rather a liead to a fox than a tail i > a lion." i • iHapiRth, 5. Over three doet Ood weep datlx |,i er him who is able to stud) the \T,rah and doet not; over him who ble %  %  tint* to • 7n i*rx3i T .. : T T-: | v • : STfjtfrj nfrsjn ]nai nil TTJ? niBipna n^a^p^ns -ina D" 9.^n LrVnjai] ,nla .^sari 'aa D'xn TRANSLATION Humanity Should Cultivate The Habit of Thanksgiving By RABBI MAX ZUCKER temple Adath Yeshurun Does God need our Thanks? God indeed does not need our thanks, but we feel the impelling need to pour out from a heart welling with gratitude our Thanksgiving to God. This element of Thanksgiving anil praise is the most pervasive and characteristic element of our liturgy. Our Amidah. .for example, contains a prayer which is a singularly beautiful anthem of gratitude for God's manifold mercies to us. II is a prayer which gives expression to the Thanksgiving thai we feel for "our lives which are committed unto Thy hands, and lor our souls which are in Thy charge, and for Thy miracles which are daily with us." When we thank God and praise Him. we are doing it not for His sake but for our very own. Thanksgiving Day is a day set aside for just such a purpose, in order that we might cultivate the spirit of Thanksgiving to the Almighty for his bounties, as we do the habit of saying "Thank You" to our fellow man for a courtesy shown Without this habit, we are apt to take the blessings oi life as a matter of course, become self-sufficient, and forget that there is a God to whom thanks are due. There is a legend to the effect that robbers once threatened to disnoil an ancient monastery. Getting wind of that, the monks took the golden organ which they had and sank it in the deep waters of a river flowing nearby. Now the legend has it that people passing the river could hear the music of the organ though it was buried deep in the river. Human beings should be like that organ in the legend. They should cultivate the habit of Thanksgiving and not wait till the Thursday in November. For. relegated to one day. Thanksgiving even on that day becomes more a day for eating Turkey and cranberry sauce, than for an outpouring of the human soul in genuine gratitude for bounties received Ser vices J h i s lA/e e he nd Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later | than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re%  teeses-TeCelvetr after that time will be returned as prodf of"* their lateness. RABBI MAX ZUCKER cultivating a spirit Ein Geci A motorboa' >dom on the ; shores of the Dead Sea northward. Hills, rock.s and isolate wilderness were revealed to the eyes of | tiie passengers. "Here is Mount i Massada!" exclaimed one of the! passengers. Suddenly a cry of: wonder burst from the mouths of | all the passengers. "What is this? Fata Morgana!" No." said the steersman, "this is Ein Gedi." Ein Gedi, which is situated in the heart of the desert, is completely covered with an abundance of trees and shrubs. Here there are cultivated fields covered with green, the fruit of the toil of the members of Ein Gedi. Because of the great heat, vegetables ripen here much earlier, and are the first to reach the market. Near Ein Gedi there is a spring 185 metres above the Dead Sea. and adjoining it. plots of cultivated land with primitive irrigation canals dating from antiquity. The weary trippers bathe in the waters if the spring. (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Ahy is it that a quorum of adult males (a Minyan of ten) is required for the recital of certain prayers? The requirement is quite an old one. It is tour.d in the Mishrnl; (Megillah 4:3) where it is the prescribed minimum attendance for such functions as the recital of the Kaddish, the public reading of the Holy Scroll, the recitation of "Barchu" with its public response. Kedushah, and other items which generally entail the public sanctification of name of the Almighty The Talmud bases this requirement upon the Biblical use of t h e term Edah (congregation) when ten men were involved (in the case of the ten spies who spoke ill of the promised land—Numbers 14:27). It is evident from a Mishnaic source (Avot 3:tii that the Divine Presence is at hand when ten men are engaged in the study of the Law. From this it is generally deduced by Kabbalistic sources, that when ten men are engaged in praying together, the Divine presence may be felt among them. Maimonides claims that the prayer of a body of ten men is more likely to be heard by the Almighty than the prayer of a single individual. Psychologically, it is quite evident that a greater spirit is generally felt in the presence of a congregation praying together in unison than about one man praying alone. The number ten being the first unit of counting thus involves the first combination of individuals on a higher plane. While there certainly is room for individual prayer in Jewish tradition, nevertheless, when the prayer calls for the sanctification of the name of the Almighty, or when a ceremony calls for public acclamation, the quorum of ten is a basic requirement. What is the derivation of the expression "Minyan?" The term comes from a Hebrew rn I Thl* page i< frepa red m co| operation i %  l/i< Spiritual Lead| en oj the neater Midini RabbinI col A BAM:;: MAX ITZ rdinator Conti ibutor: RABBI SOI "" '* M2HII F Gems oi Wisdom u: .: IL .1 root i : "to count." It thus means "a count." which could technically be any count. Since the required "count" of the men present at certain prayers is ten, the proper quorum 'count) must have been referred to as a "count of ten" (Minyan Asarah) am! probably was later abbreviated to the form of ".Minyan." since it was known that this count must have been ten. • Why are the last windings of the Tefilah of the hand delayed until after the head piece has been donned (i.e., the winding around the fingers?) In accordance with the Kabbalists, this winding was a symbol of the "marriage*' of the powers of the mind with those of the arms. They would therefore not be in place without the head phylactery already being secured in place. The Tefillin of the hand and groom. The windings around and head are likened unto a bride the fingers unite them both. A grjicful ijucsl lay*: "Bless that host! How many urines, portions. cage's he br HI [ht OUI for me'" An 't>grate *ayj "What did I have 1 A piece of bread a bite of meat, a d:t of urine; and he served for the sal{e of tin wife and children.'' in N ZOMA. AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ivc. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ewer. i Friil:,y 5;Ifl p.m. Paturda) R 30 a.m., Sermon: "Thti.I> No <.o m. Si rrin • "In I luil,'." Stilurdn> %  a.m. *i %  %  • kVheri i \ %  Ilobert, -"ii "i Mi i lid Ml M III 1 '"V in — • — BETH EL. ECO 5W 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. i % %  ii Sal .Vl II.I'll II J. %  Virtu. — e — BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Hym.in Fine. l-"iiil.'\ 1:1." r.m Si IIII .• I iiiisni I\' i| the Aii.- • i i. ir. H • \1 %  i VI. in -'.:i Hi Mr. i. KI Mm ''harlea \Veln8iu i i — e — BETH ISRAEL. 4O00 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. Krlria r,:l5 p.m Saturtl i i Sermon "The fc'plrit ..: Thankaglvliig." — e — BETH JACOB 301-31! Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. h'rldaj '. : "• p.m. Sa tui %  10 a.m. Sermon '•When Brother* Meet liar >!ii..\ ill Arthur. s..:i ot Ml Hid Ml >. Meyei Welnger. — e — BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sanero. oresident. FVUIaj S p.m. Saturdaj 9 a.m. — e — BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. FYIdn> %  ".:!•"• p.m. Hntur-la) 8:30 a.m. Sermon i "I >ur Place In u %  • I 'i\ iii/..-ii World." 1:1'. p.m. Sermon: "Naalam .iii-i Li banlam.* 1 — e — BETH TORAH. 164th it. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kircchenbaum. F/ldtf} 5:30 Rid • 10 p.m Sermon: "Self Deception iii Real Art." Ban Mltxvah: Cheryl, dai ghter .i L)r, and \liMorton RoMenbluth. Baturuuj vi". a.m. — e — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th st Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. i hrlda) 5:31 and 8:3n p.m. Sermon: I "Profuee Thanks and Profound OlvI ii.: s.i turda] 9 n m I lai M lta> ih: Rli ky, .n of Mr and Mrs. AI RI Ben. -e — DADE HE.GHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. • %  p.m. Si rmon. "Th : VV'reKt'lng Ji v^. Saturday %  %  n m. Sermon I 'orl Ion lie Wi 'Bar i / i Inv ai d, -• n of Mr. and Mm. Howard Luca*. e — FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald Lerer. Cantor George Goldberg. ". I" ; t 'i I N • I ". • I "The • Jewish Saturd i a.i Bar 2 \..li Robert, eon c: Mr, and Mr* ... u ird Moore — • — HOLLYWOOD TEVPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Ccnserva*.: .o. Rabhi David Shapiro. Cantor Yeh..dah Hailbraun. — e — ISRAIUTE CENTER. S175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen 10 and 8:1" p.m. Sermon: "Did W %  i :i\.. Th.inkn?" .-..• i' am i la ;• Mil % %  -iii Harve>. non of Mi and Mra. Abraham Kurland. -• — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th st. Co-servative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Prldaj s |5 p.m. Sermon: "The Best feam of our Live* Uneg Shabbal hosl i !onrad Elaine, In Ii >n >i wedding annl\eraarj ol Mr. and Mra Morris Bro — • — TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reisman. Iill. i'. 8 30 p.m, Sermon: "Thankful neas, Thankfulneaa, W h en Ac I Thou?" Saturdaj 9 a • Sermon: "A Return i" the Portal* -if Clod." Bar Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son ol Mr. and Mrs. i ;••.>! ge Rabin. • — TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Prldaj 8:15 p.m Sermon: "Our American Heritage." Saturday 11:18 a.m. Bar Mltivah: I ROD of Mr, and Mra. licioiii Cowan; Steven, Ron ol Mr. and Mrs. M,-h in Roaanbaum. — e — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sun.land Hail. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "ThankaPrldaj :.' p.m. Ser n: "Malachl'i Ancient Querj-." Saturday l".:'." a.m Sermon: "Message of Obadlah." e — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. Rabhi Samuel Vendelowitz. P [daj v !• •'. Junior L^ST s. i-\ u. Saturdaj Ii GEMS OF WISDOM It i\ good to gue tlianl^i un'.o die Lord Blhl.l :< I: Cue nun!;:.' the I ird for He BIBLI • • • B< etr i ,.i.: : our^e them in %  pgiti I • Lord. I I %  •Ic'v ...: mood. • Ii: i .... orayers will he .-.%  I except hat —LEVtl RABBA. • If a : he r'u'...| %  :lid 1 b >.'• b >th lees. I ,f he b-;-ji<. I :liani{' he did n

Pcqe 12-A
+M*istntrkBan
Friday, Ncvcs&er 24.
Beth Sholom to Mark Decade of Growth
With Construction of Community House
Led lo rigbi ~:e Rabbi Leon Kronish spiritual leader oi Tern*
c.e Beth Shoiom Lc-_s F. Snetman campaign chairman;
I^-~":e Hechl co-chairman, Living Memorial Fund; John
Serbia end] Albert president ::' (be Te pie.
Rcbbi Leviton Takes Pulpit
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ft! I
Levitoi ic -' ds I
Reform Jew-
i .- iere.
catioi nion Co;.<_-
. li stiluti : Religion m Cin-
cinnati 0 '.'rre be ^as or':,:
)-. 1&56 He terved for two yean
liatant rabbi of Temple Sinai
r- Oakland, Calif., before accept-
the pulpit of Temple Beth El
is. Fargo. No Dak for thr" |
The new Ft. Luderdale soirit-
lI leader is native of South
Bend, Ind., where his parents,
Mr. and Mr*. Benjamin Leviton,
still live. In addition to his rab-
binic decree, he holds a Bachelor
of Arts from Indiana University.
At Hebrew Union College, his
Master's was in Hebrew Letters.
Rabbi '.' meml er oi
A new Comrr. jri-.;. House will go
up as part of the complex of fa-
cilities cf Temple Be*.-: Sium-'^oi at
Chase see and 4lst s" -ajlsDoa
a- *e can achieve the goal set by
our development fund campaign to
mark eompietieii of a decade of
growta and eoBstracUea n the
Temple." it ^ an-
baeiday by campaign
chair.-riT. L-.uis F. Snetman.
The striking modern architecture
bag ai sax tuary
. (f Percival Goodman,
ar-
. attract ie at-
it araf completed eight
%ear> ago TIh :onsti
- ;. H< use ;!1 be de-
ed by Miami Beach architect,
Herbert Mathes. who arai a..-o re-
: r the n air-condi-
d relig: school wring added
this fear
i Jack A. Cartor ard Isado'e J.
Heeh, business and philanthropic
leaders in M-ami Beach. re
serving as co-chairmen of the
Living Memorial phase of the de-
velopment campaign.
Th. demol bing of th< old com-
munil on the site of
huh thi ill land
Miami R
He has held committee and
.
t.-..' irganizatior g as L'ni id,
Pediatric 'arc- I enter, has beei pleted and c nstruc-
tain a religious assembly hall with
Kits for 35\-
imei rangang from historic Ju
daica to juvenile works for rl:
-chool student-, an audio-
i] material center complete
a ith motion pictures, records, film-
strips and advanced equipment for
their ue: a board and auxiliary
room for Brotherhoo Sisterhood,
FTA. Temple Youth and other aux-
- a gallery for art exhibits:
the rabbi's study, and offices for
the general administration staff.
An original feature oi me reli-
- center will be* a unique He
Language Laboratory, com-
plete with every resource for use
of advanced methods in teaching
the lanauage. In addition, there
.ill be an arts and crafts shop to
creative work in art
form- inspired by Jewish themes,
much needed it rage facilities
for re and facilities.
A landscaped area of 15.000 -q
ft., h,ur.dei on the south b;
the 11 -' I) 'he new
m initj House, and on 'he north
the religious school wing, will
create a parklike vista.
Dentist to be Specfcer
Miami Beach Dental Soctet; :\\}\
meet on Monday at the S
tel at 7 p.m. Goes) speal
dinner meetir | *. be Dr.
Schwartz, etbtieal fi/d'ess
tistry at Coluiro.a CeSegt
tal and Oral | .--. He
speak on "Diagn .- and
t of Pair. ; -a; p: ac
Harmony Chapter Card Party
Harmony ebapt B'l
Women will r.-:: a
the Lucenri hotel Tues
ning. Mrs. Esther
39th st Miai
of information
Muscular Dystrophy, and wa
: appointed to the CCAB Com-
. Projects for Isra< I
Rar -. Levitoi married and
has three children. He and his
family live at 1C2 SW 32nd ter..
Plantation Park. Fla. He will be
installed as Temple Emanu-El sDir-
itual leader on Friday evening.
Dec. 1.
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Supreme Court aff rmed th* re-
fusal on grounds that constitution-
al guarantees of free speech did
not extend to "self-confessed ad-
vocates of violence" under con-
ditions making public riot inevit-
able.
The New Yorn St., e Appellate
Division threw out Justice Ep-
- ruling, holding that the cry
iad no constitutional authority "to
exercise prior restraint of the ex-
pression of views unless it is
demonstrated that such expression
.vil! immediately and irreparably
i reate injury to the public weal."
The New York State Court of Ap-
teala upheld the Appelate ruling
and t h e United States Supreme
Court in effect sustained it by its
rcfu-al to review the ruling-
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in the trut^t and deepest sense of
the word. That is an objective sure
to meet an enthusiastic response
on the part of every potential con-
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James M Albert, president of
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but practical design by .Mathes.
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"•Jewish noridian Combining THf JEWISH UMTY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 34 — Number 47 Miami. Florida. Friday. November 24. 1961 Two Sections — Price 20 169 Jews Among 171 Victims of Egyptian Expropriation Plan PARIS—(JTA)—Egypt's policy of expropriating property of "re actionaries" under President Gamal Abdel Nasser's program of "Arab, Socialism" is aimed almost entirely at Jews, the European office of' the American Jewish Committee reported here this week. Of the latest 171 "sequestrations" ordered in Egypt, the report stated. 169 of | — %  t hose named are Jews. Definition Of Jew' Rouses Ire 4159 ATTACKS DR. NAHVM GOIDMAWN Soviet News Agency Hits Leaders in Israel and US RID AURISTS PBOTfSTfO PAGt 6A NEW YORK — (JTA) — H. B. (Volf, managing editor of Webster's Third International Dictionary, laid here that such descriptions of Jews in the new edition of the diclionary as "a person believed to ceived here. The text of the Nasdrive a hard bargain" are always qualified by the expression "usually use disparaginly" or "usually taken to be offensive." The negaj prived live detentions of the word "Jew" cannot Jews affected by the latest "se questration" orders, the AJC office j said, have not only had their prop-1 erty confiscated but have also been barred from membership in vari(Mil clubs and societies, and banoed from serving on any business or cultural board. The latest list of 171 was seen by the AJC here j as part of the general policy of Egypt property "nationalization" I which has struck so far at 593 per; sons, "a large part of whom are | Jews or of Jewish origin." A complete list of property owners affected was published in the Beirut newspaper, Al Hayat reser decree, printed in the newspaper, states: "All Jews included in the list of sequestrations are deof their civic rights and serve as guardians, carein the new edition provoked inquirlakers, or proxies in any business iesassociation or club, nor can they In a telephone interview with the be members of clubs or societies. J 9 ish Telegraphic Agency from Springfield, Mass headquarters of the dictionary's publishers, the Iferriam Company. Wolf said that it was the philosophy of the dictionary's e.litorial staff that any dictionary that is supposed to present a record of the English language ac it is used in the year of publicatien --hould present most current usages of words. Rockwell Says He Will Talk ;.o.\D,)N — (JTA) While Western sources in Moscow confirmed Monday the arrest and imprisonment of three leaders of the Jews in Moscow, in addition to the previous imprisonment of three Leningrad Jewish leaders, the Soviet Government's news agency, Tass, has bitterly attacked the worldwide protests against Russia's new series of anti Jewish manifestations. An English-language commentary by a Tass writer, Igor Orlov, distributed only to foreign correspondents in Moscow, charged that the recent conviction of the three Leningrad Jewish leaders was the signal lor the start of u campaign ..bout "a wave of victimization Of I Soviet Jews." Charging that the "episode" would have been ignored by the Western press, "if the defendants had not been Jews," Orlov bracketed in his statement the Israel Government, the Jewish press, the Administration in Washington, Arthur J. Goldberg, U.S. Secretary of Labor, and Dr. Nahum Goldmarin, president of the World Jewish Congress. Orlov said that Israel "agents" Continued on Page 9-A CJFWF Concerned Over Treatment of Russian Jews HiAlTH AND AGIO WflfAKt PACl 5-4 He said the Third New International Dictionary defines Jews in three categories — noun, adjective and verb, and in several "senses." The noun "Jew" in the new 1961 edition includes as Continued on Page 3-A London Court i Orders Trial Of Abductor' LONDON — (JTA' — Shalom Shtarkes, the young Israeli orthodox school teacher whose extraditiii. is being sought by Israel for; alleged abduction of his nine-year i Id iu phew, will have to stand trial lor extradition on Dec. 12. a magi-' Etrate's court ruled here this week. Sir Robert Blundell. sitting asi the magistrate, ruled there are | three charges against Shtarkes.The accusations, as listed by the court, are 1. Shtarkes committed perjury in Israel; 2. He "stole" ssele Schumacher, his nephew, whose whereabouts are sought by the Israeli authorities; 3. He "confined an abducted person, refusing tc surrender him." The defense fought hard against lunher detention of Shtarkes, claiming: 1. He did not "abduct" the boy but was given custody of the child by the boy's grandfather Continued on Page 10-A ARLINGTON, Va. — (JTA) — George Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi Party, said this veek he would go through with :ourt-delaye—Israel's Foreign Minister Colda Melr arrived Sunday in New York from Jerusalem to lead the Israeli delegation at the United Nations in the battle on the Arab refugee issue which delegations from 11 Arab countries are determined to raise with unprecedented fury. Mrs. Meir arrived a day before the UN Palestine Conciliation Commission was expected to file a re port dealing with the refugee prob lem. On Monday, the PCC report was scheduled to be handed to the General Assembly. By the end of next week, or by Monday oi the following week, the Assembly's special political committee will open debate on the PCC's report as well as on the annual report of John H. David, director of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees. From that point on, it was foreseen here, Israel will face the fiercest barrage of Arab attacks it has had to endure in many years. The Arab delegations will make an all-out effort Continued en Page 6 A Irving Kane was reelected to a third term as president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds at the CJFWF general assembly in Dallas, Tex., last weekend.



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Friday. November 24. 1961 trti.Vf ftr irSrHfor! Paqe 15-A LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COL'N-Y JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR D4DE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54586 A ; • • %  INN OLMAN 1 \O r !Ct TO CRSD'TOPS (w and All Pert i I %  Pi I .. • Wl ;•!'.•• :i le ol MINNIE H \\ %  i h! '• f l.'BOi nl i. %  %  %  • • .. %  In K. tloi : Ft %  %  %  %  i \ %  .-.. %  .%  I %  > lendar moi • ..-.. Of, I % %  1 •• B1 M ami, Florli a, (hit I i i \ Ii, 1961 AARON WOLMAN j \i i '\. cutor 1 %  t : ubllcatlon of this I II ilay of Novi mber, U61. KIMON, HATS & ORUNDWERQ Vttorneya for Executor .-'. j Building Miami 32, Florida II 8-10-17-2' LCUAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD Wfi ^V NOTICE UNDEfl FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha: II • di reigned, desiring to engage In i < -.und. r the Rctltloua name i f HI IE 79, at 1301 79th Street Causein North Bay Village, Dadc Couni Florida, Intends to reglatei said n n • 'Hi thi i'). rlt of the i "in nil i of Da le County, Floi Ida, CHALET, INC M Trushln, Pr< -id. nt l IIRNETT ROTH ey for Chalet, Inc. Roa •. Beach, FI r .i %  -.-.. %  .., IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT \ IN AND FOR DAZi c CO. \TV, FLOP'S* IN PROBATE No. 54295 lati nl STAN1 • NOT C£ TO CRED-GRS •i r : I LWIN %  i .-,...•• %  I %  %  i • •' \ N %  I %  -.: : • : %  21 Sobbath Eve in the Home of of Mendel the Candle-maker. Ccpr. 1M1, Peyr-v PmllKlic'.l LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FiCT -IOUS-NAME LAW Ni TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i i pralgned, %  !• siring to engage tuaim er the fictitloua name i f KENMAR M,I KEN MAR al Dade nty, Fli rida Intends t" reglatei name with the Clerk of ih.CirCourl of bade County, Florida. SUN GLO PRODUCTS CO., INC. K< VNKI: & M tNNHEIMER A t tor nay a foi Bun Glu Produi ta Co., inc. 11,10-17-21, 12 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  II. reigned, desiring to engage in 1 nei thi fictitloua nami i I !RIE KITCHENS Bt 18711 N W i.: i %  • Miami, f loi I'M Intel i eg'.stei sa d na me with thi Clerk • C.i lit Ci urt "f 1 ladi i 'ounty, • : TER H n.\X %  Sole Iin ni r :EN %  %  %  '. E ; RCL T COURT OP THE E_E. ;',-JUD CIAL CIRCUIT CF -_:= DA, IN AND FOR DADE 20LNT\ N CHANCERY. • C-8300 Dak .I %  %  %  '. NOTICE OF S %  :'••'. %  ... i • n • YOU bj MID VV E S T Ml >RTOA< I ANY, In thi abi ve-eniitlei Hi" :. Ii a Ing erty. I I., i 10 Block 7, 8IER R VDA thi i lat th. i • %  %  '.. recorded in Plal I '.. ok al pa ci :>.:. pul He rei orda of 1 >adi I ty, Florida: 'I Of .:li. r With: Ki \ m iti r Ri fr aerator, Model K46F11R. Serial No. 3A260:.6 '.' %  netlan Blinds; and you are required to file your an.-.•: with :>.. %  ri.-rk of tha Circuit Court of Dadi County, Florida, at the Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on i • • mbi r i 2, 1961, and to serve a copy of such anawer upon DAVID P CATSMAN, Plaintiff's atterm Floor laglei ; %  • • '• you fail to do ao, the i • takei ..tfeeaed Dacrei Pri a • • igatnsi tor thi %  i • • ni %  .'. LTHBRMAN %  • %  ••.: I \ :.. I [ Clerk M \ N i i %  : i B. ] lai lei St. •idh -17-84, 11 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCU'T OF FLOR'DA. IN AND FOR CADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 6'C 15666 VN1 1 FAN %  %  .. '• T ZJ. BY PUBLICATION .• %  • • % %  %  I I %  %  • %  • : • .N, %  NOTICE LNDER F CT ~ 0-.S NAVE LAW M i B IS HEREBY GIVEN thai • %  .-. i nder the I I ni IHTIN THE ACT 'Ml ANY or .ii 'i i al Sulti number 270 #420 Lincoln Rd., n thi CI %  :.. Florida, intend I ;s:< r thi said • am< with tha erk i .ii Court of Dade County, Floi i. TALIANOFF, WALLER A I.ITM.N neys for Appllcanta 420 Lim .in Road HERBERT MARSHAK ERNIE HELD 11 8-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I • iirderslgned, desiring to encage in business under the fictitloua name of Vl( S BAR \ GRILL al 248 N.E Si eet, Miami, Florida, Intends nama with 11. i lit Ci ui of 1 %  •• • v '•••-• v '-H. fol. %  -TFI.N ,v Hl'TXm m %  ng N--ET =C. T COl'RT CF THE LLE.=N-N ,.; ; AL CIRCl T OF FLCRID* IN AND FOR DA Oi :;-'. ^ NC--N:E C i. -. SIC 2064 %  %  \ %  ,\ %  I n, • NOTICE Of? T IE HEREBY N -. %  SAVINGS BANK Or NEW YORK tltli %  ii •: .DV • he • hi property, to-wit i Bi SECOND ADDITH iN TO C \i:i iL CITY, according t< i lat thi ri of, n ci rd< F< 78, sheet 1, of the public records of Dade County, Florida; and yi a %  '' %  < required to file youi to aald complaint with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County, Florida, at the Ccurt'iouse in Miami. Florida, in or befon I'.cembei ii, IM1, and t. servi ;, oopy of luch answer upon DAVID r CAT'SMAN, Plaintiffs atton • y, whoee auIreaa is nth Floor at ;'•: !;. %  -•, I Street, Miami ::L\ Florida, on or bel : %  said •;..;• ..required by the •. a %  Ol l'-rid;t If you fail to >. oe take:i • ... st you 1 the ri %  IH61 %  : 1 .. i %  M \ N 11 NOTICE UNDFR r'"'Timic U*HI '••' |( E IS HEREBY GIVEN that • .. n • > %  -• %  •' me of RTMEN kvenui %  Reach to reels) %  • 'ourt %  K (5A.Y iNN !N THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE CLE. ENTH J*. D.CIAL CIRCLIT OF A, N AND c OR DADE COUNTN N Ci'NCERY. %  yc ZIZB • XK IN' T .. .a :-. • u> CE OF SUIT XKSl :.-;-. -. RSKI .-• %  %  : I .. i ••, %  %  '!>•' • .. hiir l>eei hi againsl 'RAL SAVIN* IS BANK IN THE I >.K\ mhK in v • Court, to i,,i. i i. %  imbei i low toe %  i i erty, tow I ( !-•• %  • %  Id, ill FIRST ADDITil iN T( i SIERRA ling to the plal thereol I ded In Plal Book of thi publii i • %  of 1 >ade %  'ounij Floi Ida GE LA 92 K Refrigerator OE .1 361 -I. Eli in.. Kiuiue v. • tian Bl nds; and you are required to file ypui an.-...i witn iiu Clerk of the Circuit Couri of Dade Ceunty, Florida, at the Courthouse In Miami. Florida, on or befi i •• embei 19, 1961,'and to serve i < iy of auch answer upon DAVID P, CATSMAN, Plaintiffs Attorney, wio.-. address i> Mih Flooi al i"i Bast Haglei Street, Miami :::'. Florida, befon -id datj. as required by thi Laws ol Florida n you fall :.. do so, the complaint will be t;.n. %  ,,.by you, and ;. I'.. ret I 'i o <". -ni' %  -... ill bi an) ered • the relief demanded In DAI El • .I.'ith day of November, 1961. LE \THERMAN lerk of the Circuit • (seal) \" M LYMAN C ITSMAN • SI %  ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal noticos. We appreciate your patronage and .guarantee accurate service at legal rates I rial FR 3-1605 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE F ;T T DUS N A ME LA W S HKH I'KX .' %  % %  • %  ... • f thi ... ENSviN S l 24.12 NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  -ttm d. desiring ti %  %  i nder the flcl II lous nama of PERL'S SANDWICH SHOP at 287 North Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with th< C!i rk of the Circuit Court of Dad) County, FlorMa. AAIION AL PERLMUTTER. So'e owner Goldman, Goldtti in A Pai alei Attorneys for Registrant • Weal Flagler Stn • I Miami. Fla. — XK 5-0618 11 8-10-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 12066 THE BRONX SAVINGS BANK, %  WHITE ni i S WH %  '..••. NOTICE OF BL ~ 1ES WHITE It %  •' % %  %  • rs •' • • '• • %  -• %  • '. %  I %  1LA 1 .... liri file %  %  and MTV.thereol n pla Intlff'j ittoi %  MARTIN II I Dadi Federal Building Miami I • ot later t ha n nber I'D •• Pri Ci ifesso will in en: • • | against yi N % %  mber s. 1961 BS. B. 1 EATHERM LN Clerk of thi Cin :it Court l County, Florida IFfal) 1 ... K M 1.Y.MAN. 1 •• put} %  \ FINK Attoi Plaintiff 14th FJoor Dade Federal Buiji Miami i.. Florida .'. 10-17-24, 12 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  : I REBY GIVEN tl %  ...... %  W 167th lit Court of Dadi Mi >SAM NOTICE .'OER F i C 0 U S A M E L A W \ %  \ • • %  %  %  %  %  ... A" %  : iN THE ::.MV JUCGfe S>CCuRT N AND C CR DADE COUNTY, -LORiDA. 'N PPOBATE. No. S4106 B IN RI -.f RI1S1 I.' :. %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ti '. ing Cli Ima • .Di \?-. Insi said You %  >• %  • h< •• by i and required to pri i • any claima and di • which you mas have against th,estate of Rl iSE UCHTER di ceased late of Dade County. Florida, to th. County Judges "i Dadi County, and file th nami in duplicati and as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In thi i offices In thi County Courthousi In Dadi County, Florida, within six calendar months I UP timt of tin first publication hereof i I hi same III bt bai i d Dated al Miami, Florida, this 15th da) of November. A.D. 1961, DAVID SAUL LICHTER 1 > Hi rman T A EJxecutor & nsel • • %  .'. er Si CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA c. v I. TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS: Whereas, ROSE G, KAPLAN, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA; JULIUS WEISS, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA; GRRA1 MXK ADAM, MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA: did .•" the 29th dH> of 11. loi.. r, A.M. 1948, cauae to be In con ati under the provisions of id, general corporation law of the of Florida FLORIDA I.ITH-IBAR, INC., H corporation, with It* pal piaci of business at MIAMI BEACH, DADE COUNTY, in the State of Florida, and whereas tin stocVholders of such corporation did on iii. 11 daj of November. A I • 1961, cause to %  • filed In the offlci of Ihi Secretary of State of the State oi i • • 'i.i .' II-. ni nf nil the stock prnt Islnns of aa Id Plot i'l.i Statutes, show %  • • ills* •!., lion of nucl %  : he Sei i • 'II of erebj • 111 to the I %  %  Isfled ih.11 thi .i v\ ha v. bei n com• S .. N -.-' W HFJREOF, I ha VI 1 .. M.i hi \ • %  l -. thi State ni •. the HI I'FJKNI I M i \ : • ti .. f Sta le. 61 NOTICE UNDER C IOU8 NAME LAW S HEREBY GIVEN hal ... %  .-. • • • • flctll nun., of % %  :-::; ut numbi of North ten to i .-K ami with the <'lerk of Circuit i' 'ni of l '.ni. .' >uhty, %  l, this .MI. ... ibi :. 1961 Ml 'SAM CORP i' ppei MI. i n, 1 'i esldept HARRY ZUKERNICK \ %  :. •!.. :...Applicant • Rd Beai h Fla. 11 J-10-17-14 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thi gned, desiring to engage i" : %  slnesi inder the fictitloua name of HERALD i ABRICS at 201 S, Miami %  i 114 N Miami Ave., Miami. Fla... Intend to register s.ii.i name HI I, th. i lerk of tncir.-uit Court o( 1 ladi i ''•..iy, Floi Ida. LAURENCEROTHMAN .-•Ti:\'i: R( iTHMAN .-. own< v.: .. CHRISTIE Hi anl .v. 11 l 1-17-24, 12 1 \r: E •T EK DCS NAME LAW S • %  Sal %  i N ; ; NOTTS. \~>FR F C : £ NAME uAW NO' %  •. EN %  to el %  S R TI RS '46 -..-%  %  • %  • %  lr .: .' • County, %  • Rl R CTION By neni Atti %  : Th %  BI M M .:" an, t %  BNQLAN1 ER & Bl'RNET r '-• %  "' ration i Lim pin R %  • ach 17-14, 12 l-> NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th. ui %  sii ing to angagi bugineaa under :'".. fi titloua name oi r-A AGENCY ai Dadi Count) ntei ti reglsti r said nami wit! erk of thi Circuit i : nty, 1 MAN Boll 11 17-24 NOTICE _:NDiiR r CT TIOUS NAVE LAW %  %  \ I %  By: ] N THE I RCl IT COURT OF THE ELE\E\".^DICIAL CIRCUIT OF = %  : = DA, N AND FOR DADE COUNTV IN CHANCERY NO. 6'C "664 '. ANN '. ETZ S J. £N PL r.L.CATION : S Fork • ERRITTO St reel Nl W Yi rH CH OF Y !' %  : fled tl : -• .. %  i ertaIn •. • : • •:, %  ga Insi you d ea • by t tiThe propel i> aought follows; Th : feel of ih. Westii'3 •..: i:•• SfiUth 239.78 feel Of the %  ..'. the SW \ of the sw H of thi and the South :d feet W( si fi el of the S.uth -f..t of the Fast U of the SW ', ol thi .--vv ', of the BE 1/4 of Si tloi Township :.:i South, ItaiiK" 4. Baal tying and being In Dade mtj ula. tosether with the fixtures and furniture therein. ?i required to serve a copy of other Pleading on tho Plalntll %  : m %  >'. Sheldon N. 1..Ih:ik Building, Miami, la, and file the oriplnal In tho %  • %  erk of thi ab> 1 -1 yled • re the 4th day of In .1. fault of i %  mplaint win 1 1 taki n for re' % % %  • • Iffs' Ci mplaint. ty, FlorOci HERMAN '1 Nil, • PHI %  %  -17-24



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Friday, November 24. 1961 **•*.:*§ %  FirrSrfgftr! Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND fOR D4DF COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE N 54186 A ; %  • %  %  S l NOTICE TO CRZD'TOPS Vll i I • %  • i I ., v%  I ii • .-.• i :.: INNI1 i % %  %  aa< i %  i. • '. % %  %  ei • • %  a i] il I | Fl 'Sloi • • FlnI %  %  • rTici i I %  %  |i i %  • i i %  i imc will %  • 1 at M :.ini. Flo; i da, • tobei \ I • 1961 AAR< N \V "I.MAN ii i :\. cutor I %  %  i i ubllcatlnn of this notice i II ay of Novi mbi r, lf>61. K1MON, HATS* ORCNDWERG %  Ex< rutor Linslej Building Miami ;'.-'. Florida 11/3-10-17-2' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that II • inderaigned, desiring to • neage In i ,-s under the factitious nami ol RUE 7 1 -. at ;:i"i 79th si eel Causi North Bay Village, Dade County, Florida, Intends to reglatei said II.. n • i ; t h the < "lerk nf the i 'lr< nil fi LI r t if 1 'ii le i •iiiinty. • H VLBT, ISC B Tli n M Trushln, President l I1RNETT ROTH ey for Ch ilet, In,-. Road Beach, Florida %  • IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ;\ LKC rpq DAT C CO. NTY. FLOF.'DA IN PROBATE No. 54295 • • |, • STAN1 I • • • NOT CE TO CREDITORS 'i ... : i I I • ,. %  i %  • i • %  •' i • ... s : %  %  % %  ..-• %  -.-.,.. r winm \ LEtiAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD NOTICE UNDER FiCT.TIOUS-NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY'GIVEN th:.: i resigned, d< siring to engagi i • %  v the fictitious name i f KENMAR ml KEN MAR ..'. Dadi i • inty, Florida Intends to reglstet nami lih th< I Merk of the Clt cult Court of Dadi County, Florida, BUN GLO PRODUCTS CO., INC. KOVNER A.MANNHEIMER Aiii T III ysfoi B ni i Ho Products Inc. 11/10-17-24. 1? 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that thi undersigned, desiring to engagi In tin fictitious name i I LR1E KITCHENS at 18711 N w enui M iami, 1ioi iii.i lnt< ndt i %  a u name with th I'lei -. til Court of I >ad< i 'ounty, %  : I: P< ..NX %  S l< o n< r STEEN canl %  %  7-24 '. ~-E : EJCL T OOURT OF THE E_E E NT H JU D C'AL CIRCUIT CF -_:= DA IN AND FOR DADE NT i N CHANCERY. • C-8300 p?K • %  %  If• 111• • .-••*'** %  i ^ -*y^ IP*. T' /J m Sabbath Eve in the Home of of Mendel the Candle-maker. Ccpr. IM1, Corcii Pnin 1 %  — LEGAL NOTICE LEOAL NOTICE NOTICE CF St %  i %  n on yo .... ight 4 A' S S T MOR" %  A< I A N Y, .'. Ihl ..: % %  %  % %  rt( %  the fi Hi Ing described v 11 L01 l • :. SIERRA %  • ln| ti thi i lat thi: eof, reoori • In Plat Booh 1 ..; Page 2i %  i tlu pul lie n i rds ol I '.•. %  i i ty, Florida; 3 gether with: Ki AInator Ri r. Model K46F11R, Serial No. 3A26056 Venetian Blinds; and you are required t" file your answer with the Clerk of the Cl ade County. Florida, at Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on i %  ember '.-'. 1961, and to serve I p; ol such am w< ..]•• r D P CATSMAN, Plalntlfl 11 lith .' %  -'•'• V II you fall ti do so, the • i %  I : %  confessed i '.-i i • • Pri nfessi i. r thi n I i of Novel : iTHBRMAN %  • I HKLLN KESfi J %  DAVID P. I ATSMAN Bt. • Ida 11 '10-17-1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR CADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 6-C 1-.666 VNI'l •-. <1 JLLO, NOT Ci BY PLBLICA^ TN : '. %  I %  • I %  %  %  • %  • • : ,Y M AN, %  "-. NOTICE UNDER F CT O.S NAVE L'W N; • %  IS HERBB1 IIVEN 1 • • %  • to engage 11 s ndi r the fic'.ll ni IHT IN THE ACT COMPANY Inci 11 ran d 1 at Sulti nui • tt 120 Lincoln Rd., n I .. CItj of PVorldai Intend ti ;>'.i r thi said nami with the Clerk of lit Court of I'ade Ci Unt). da. TALIANOFF, WALLER ei LIT.MAN \tt rni %  tor Applicants izo Llm • in Road HERBERT MAP.SI1AK ERNIE HELD 11 8-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thi iindi rsigned, desiring t" engage In business under thi fictitious name of S BAR \CHILL .11 248 N.l % % %  • • • Miami, Florida Intend! tei said nami Itii t ). %  %  !li rk 1 •' tit C< art • t' 1 .. • ants V % %  • %  •• -•• n. : ..... r N & HUTNER 1 tton Owner Bley 1 lomg N = r. PC T COURT CP THE LLE.ENTHJ.: c : c RCi := %  -_P r>i IN i\: -o c -c; COUNTY N C• \: H •etc -2064 : % % %  N %  A %  • %  N • ... %  • NOTICE C c c OR SI \ %  -— '. %  n :R RYN %  light .. -.: :.! } by I > WINGS I ANK n Or NEW YORK mberlng thi %  perty. to-wlt: I, Block B0, SECOND ADDITION 1 CAROL CITY, according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat I &gi 78, sheet I, of the public record;, of I>ade County. Florida; and you are required to fi'.i youi answer to said complaint with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, at the CourthOUSI In Miami. Florida, on or baton DecentI, 1961! and to servi s copy 0:' .. i: answer upon DAVID P, CATSMAN Plaintiffs attorney, wl In • %  Is 1 iili 1 Dl Bast I Bl • • Miami 82 Floi .da. on or bel :• -,,i: date, aj required by the *wi • If you fail to do so, aim w ill be taken 1 ... scree Pr 1 %  %  %  %  %  %  • %  I 1 VMAN, Bt. U/10-17-84, NOTICE UNDFR rT-iTipiic io*e 1 '••* NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that .'•,;. Ue* 11. .. .... nder the I me ol PARTMENTS at f L Venui reclsi It 1 %  %  : H I K SA.V : • • %  %  %  '. THE C RCUIT COURTOFTHE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLIT OF C L : D A '-.AND FOR DADE IC :_.•.-•• 'N CM/ NCERY. No. 6tC ;. %  [.el : .01 CE OF SUIT %  -. RSKI : Wall .%  %  % %  %  > •' • • %  has INTRAL SAVINGS BANK IN i tip M .. 1 ihK 11 %  til (' 'in. t 1.1 i. .inn. ring ii" •.. .. • to-w 1 1 t IS, ill KIKST AUDI' S Ti 1 SIERRA, ... Ing t. Kloi Ida %  • : i • 11 GE LA B2 K Ri fl Igi ..t.,r <; R .1 361 -1. Eli ctrlc Range Venel la 1 B! nds and you are required to file your an.-..•1 wi.tn iinClerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, at the Courthouse In .Miami. Florida, on or befi • •• cen bei Is, 1961,'and to -• rv, .1 1 s i'" such answer upon DAVID P, CATSMAN, Plaintiff's Attorney, I addn -i.1 lih I1 at 1 • • 1 East ("iaglei Street, Miami %  %  :. Florida, 11. oi bi fi 1 • -,c;ii dab as n i|.iind l.y :hi Laws o| Florida. If you fall to .in so, the complaint will be tar,, ...-. nfessed by you, and a 1'. 1 :. Pro Ci 1,1. so w ill in ••in. 1 ..I the relief di manded In Int. DATEI this lath da) of Novemhi r. I.EATHERMAN lerk of the Circuit 1' rlda <>•..]> K M I,VMAN • S.MAN • SI '• • ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! fJi n iisfr Fkiriidfi/aiin solicits your legal notices. We appreciate y ou r patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit 3-1605 ior messenger service LEGAL NOTICE • : :E UNDER FIC D US NAME LAW ... • • .... %  %  > Street Mien Is I .. -•• ..%  • %  .,. • %  %  thi t : %  'N : %  -• 1 .... S-l? NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai erstgm d, desiring ti • %  gai • In inder thi fli titioui nami of PERL'S SANDWICH SHOP at 287 North Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends ti reflate) said name with thi (":• rk if the Circuit Court of Dadi Count v. Florida, AARON AL PERLMUTTER, Si'i imntr Gi Idn ;.n. Goldstein A. Pa siei Attorneys for Registrant \' %  Hauler Sir. .t Miami. Fli.. — NE 5-0618 II 8-10-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 6'C 12C66 THE i RONX SAVINGS LANK. • • v. | P WHITE ; ..s ••..•• I NOTICE OF BL RES '.'• HI1 : w ft %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  1 %  %  %  %  ... p items %  %  • H RLA 1 %  %  12* • iiri %  1 .. % %  • uri am serve ipy thereol MARTIN FINE, 14th Fl. H I Dad. Federal Bui Ing, Miami :c; Fo later tl ber 14 • • Pro Confi sso will bi enti ed against j, I.;.''I N • er B, 1961 S B LEATHERMAN Clerk of 111. Circuit Court 1 'ade County, Km Ida %  I 1 y. K M UMAX, i %  • puty Clerk N PINE Attorney for Plaintiff 14th Floor Lade Federal Buiji Miami % % %  :. Florida 1-17-24, 12 1 NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY 1 /EN thai to 1 • • %  711 .%  W the %  NOTICE N D E R r -" AW \ (ilVEX 1 %  • %  Stm • • %  %  %  Atl IN THE COUNTY JUCitbCCcRT IN A'.r FOR 2ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. 'N POOBATE. No. 54106 B IN RE i -:. te 1 f Peci -• 1! NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ti A I Cri diton at Pi %  >.Having Claims : Demands Vgalnsl said Bstati V11 an hen b> 1 tlfli d and re%  i ai ) claims and fli mands which you ma) havi against estati %  ROSE i.n 'HTER d. %  .I I.iti of I 1 oi. 1 'ounty, Florida, to t ti. County Judges of Dadi County, and file thi ami In dupllcati and as provided In Section 788.16, Florida Statutes, in thi 1 offices In thi County Courthousi in Dadi Count)', Florida, : !i 11 six calendar months I tin Ii:n. of tin first publication %  I of. or th. same w ill bi ban 1.1 Dated at Miami, Fli rlda, this 16th day of Ni vi n % %  r. A D. 1861. s DAVID SAIL LICHTER b) Hi IS'I his Attorney, As Ex 1 .. nsel %  • %  • %  B> %  itor • A I %  %  >• %  CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUT'ON IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA I--. M I. TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS: Whereas, ROSE O KAPLAN, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA: JL'LH'H WEISS, \ll\Ml BEACH, FLORIDA; OERA1 DINE ADAM, MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA; did on the 28th 'IH> ..f October, A.D. 1848, cause t<> he in%  • -11 % % %  -.-• • •' under the provisions of tin general corporation law i.f the nf Florida FLORIDA I.ITH-IBAR, INC., a corporation, with Rs principal placi of business ai MIAMI BEACH, DADE COl'NTY, in the State "f Flu: Ida. and uh.-r.-as the stocVholders of such corporation did i.Mh daj "f November, A.D 161, • ni-.to be filed In the office of Sei 1 lary ..f State ..f the State i ,. da a Ci h-. ni .if all the stock provisions of said %  PI01 id.1 Statuti -. showtli -ii of such .' I %  Secretar) of erelij • %  1 %  to thi cnltu ai lhal rt that thi ., %  ha\ •• bet n com %  • S .. \ i -s ',', HEREOF, I I mnd and I •' 1, State ai %  : rEI INTH day 1. \ : %  •I \ %  MS I II 24 •'• I NOTICE UNDER C C ^S NAME LAW HY illVEN thai 1I1 1 !! %  to enga %  .. flctitl 'nami of RS 3t~, at numbi -treet I ity of North %  1. nds to 1 eg ame w lih the 1 'lerk of • %  • ii 1' urt 1 1 '.oi. 1 'ounl s. I t, ; this II : %  •:... IP61 \.\l CORP perman, President li VRRY ZI'KERNICK Attorney f< .; plicant I2fi 1 n< 1 In Rd Mian,. P.... h, I a. J-10-17-M NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it,. 1, ersigned desiring to engaTe In b slnesf inder the fictitious name of HERALD 1 ABRICS at 201 8. Miami %  1 %  -i N Miami Ave., Miami. Fla.. Intend t. register said name I n in. • erk of tin Circuit Court ol 1 '.,ij. County, Florida LAl'RENCE ROTHMAN STEVE RI iTHMAN 1 iwnei s IRISTIE %  %  llcanl .W Ave 11 10-17-24, 12 I NOT CE UNC F : T s S NAVE LAW V CIV EN • %  %  %  • %  %  NNKT" : N'r>-E ,.N-!F=; C DUS NAVE LAW I CEN t % %  %  %  thi Irtuit irt of Dadi County lori -'" ION By: nent Prei Atti %  t Th ..M M llman, Si BNGLAN1 BR & Bl'RNET r Vttorm > s • %  ."" 1 tion 1 Lin1 R %  '. ami 1 • ach il 17-24. 12 l-> NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thi undi rail esl ng to 1 business under thi fi tltlous name o! "A AC.FNCY at Dadi CotMtty ntei b register said nami wltl erk ol the Circuit Court ,.; 1 ... • • untv r •HAJ.ii.Li> PJ4ARLMAN li wnei II 17-24 NOTICE s'NDER 17 ."T.TIOUS NAVE LAW NOT E If • • I N • B) 1 N THE : -:.IT COURT OFTHE ELEVEN"-! .1.DICIAL CIRCUIT OF F_:DA A-^D FOR DADE COUNTV IN CHANCERY 11684 ANN '• V.T7. s ,r. NOT CE BV PLBLICATiON '%  • RR1 %  • %  %  I CH Ol Ti •'" t to fl r.tgagi ci rtaln i,. II %  nst you li ,i as use by the Ffs aboyi Thi • > .-ought I I 1 I i i 1 V. s Th< Bast feet of thi Weal !: %  :! ihi South 238 7s f. .i ,.f the, of thi s\v >, of the SW ', oi thi SE '•. and the Smith :c. feet Ihl Wl -i 1" f. I of the South 231 78 feet of the Fast >i of the SW >, ol thi >AV •, of the SF. 1/4 of Township 68 South, ILint-o 4: East, lying and being In Dade it rlda, together with the fixtures and furniture therein. fl aired to serve a Cojiy ..f Other I'leadinii on the in y, Sheldon N Leih.ik Building. Miami, iii the original In the • rk of the ai., ve-styled • %  • thi iti SKI of .. lit of "1 .lit will be taki n —ilnsl you, f,.r reef ri •' • ffs i". mplalnt, LSI 1 %  %  1 ..ng 17-2'.



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1961
UNDEU THE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION TNI ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA RABBI DR. ISAAC HIRSN EVER. DIRECTOR
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Fiidav, November 24, 1961 vJcnisf fltridHf&n Page 7-S Socisl for Teen-Agers Temple Beth Shiran teen-agers' first social will be a rhanuka danct Saturday evening, Dec. 9,! in Suniland Hall. Chairing the' event are Smart Sutta and Eddie Cohen, and Mrs. Da\e Markenson and Mrs. Jack .Millinan will serve as bostesst Oneg Shabbat Held *David I'mski Folk School held .ts s e c o n o Oneg Shabhat al ihe Farband Labor Zionist Center.! 842 Washington ave, on Friday evening. Jacob Fishman conduct [ jd he community singing. Mrs. Michael (Joan) Comay, one of Israel's best-known writers end lecturers, and wife of Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations, arrived in Miami last" week as guest of honor at a tea given Thursday by Mrs. Lee Ratner, 5930 N. Bay rd., where s,he spoke en "The Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Its Role in Israel, the Middle East." Purpose of the occasion was to organize a group of Greater Miami women who will serve as hostesses at the first national conference of the women's division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University in Micro i Beach, Jan. 30 to Feb. 2. Left to right are Mrs. Louis Glasser. president of the local Women's Division, Mrs. Comay, and Mrs. Ratner. Brandeis Women's National Convention To Stress 'Expanding Frontiers' Theme With "Expanding Frontiers"' its theme, a Southeast area conference of Brardeis University National Women's Committee will be held at the Eden Roc hotel Dec. 4 and 5. Mrs. Harold S. Goldberg, of Boston, national president of the women's committee, will welcome delegates from s:\ states attending the conference. Mrs. Leon Kowal. national chairman of conferences. and Mrs. I ouis Yacker, national executive secretary, will conduct workshop.during the two-day conference. Preceding Monday evening dinner, Mrs Goldberg will hold a prea idents reception from 5 to 6 p.m. Dinner will he in the Imperial room at 7 p.m followed by a round table discussion led by Mrs Goldberg. The conference will close with a gala luncheon on Tuesday at noon in the Pompeii room of the Eden Roc hotel. Mrs Abram L. Sachar, wife of the president of the university, will be guest speaker. Reservations for the dinner or luncheon may be made with Mrs Samuel BetagOle, 1225 Marseille dr. Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz, of Miami Beach, is general conferenc chairman, and Mrs. Ben-Zion Ginsburg, of Miami Beach, will serve as chairman of workshops. Other local committee chairmen are Mesdames Bernard Troub. Alexander Robbins. Joel Meyer, Joseph Duntov, Alfred Geronemus, Aaron Farr, Solomon Mason. Harry Orleans, Lawrence Kline. Samuel Betagole, Robert Grossman. Roh art Green. National Women's Committee is dedicated to the support of Bandeis Library on the campus at Waltham. Mass. There are 117 Chapters in the 1 ; .S. with a membership of 71.000 women, (ioal is a library with 750.000 volumeMrs. Solomon B, Margnlis is president of the Miami Beacfa chapter, and Mrs Joel Meyer is president of the newly-formed Miami chapter, which will receive its charter during the conference. Congress Groups Meet Next Week Miami chapter of the American Jewish Congress will hold a general meeting next Wednesday noon at he Masonic Lodge. 41 Valencia ave., Coral Gables. Rabbi Samuel April, spiritual leader of Coral Way Jewish Center, will be lcatured in a book review of "Fighter and Prophet,"' by Joseph Scbectman. Biscayne chapter will meet next Wednesday evening. 8:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs Joseph Greenstone. 17141 NE 11th ct.. No. Miami Beach. In observance of Jewish Book Month, the program will highlight the theme of "Books on Parade." i Bernard Segal, field worker for the American Jewish Congress, will be guest speaker at a meeting and luncheon on Thursday noon, Nov. 30. at the Cadillac hotel. Segal will discuss "Get to Know Your American Jewish Congress Pictured obove are Rabbi Leon Kronish, Mrs. Marvin Cooper, Mis. Marvin Meitus, and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, discussing plans for the Nov. 28 program. 'Beck to School* At Beth Sholom "Why Do You Send Your Child to Religious School?" will be one >f the questions to be discussed at Temple Beth Sholom's annual "Back to School Night" on Tucslay evening in the Temple Audi torium, according to an announce ment by Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, chairman of the Temple's board of education. The format of the evening will be a "Circle in the School," followed by a general discussion to b" led by spiritual leader. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Sol Lichter. curriculum director el the religious school, who is also principal of the Ida M Eisner Junior High School, will be !i (•' %  --.r .. ff fli*. iwr< mm. One of the featureof the proi gram will be a talk by Miss Nettie Goldstein, in charge of the Hebrew i program of the school. Last summer. Miss Goldstein made a study of education in Israel. Parents have been invited to come at 7:30 p.m.. before the program begins. Co-chairmen of Ihe evening are Mrs. Marvin Meitus and Mrs. Richard Shapiro, under the supervision of overall program chairman, Mrs. Marvin Cooper, and |PTA president. Mrs. Joseph Pardo. Also assisting are Mis Sanford I.ovine. Room Mother chairman. and a large group of parents who have volunteered to serve as hosts i"fl hostp MRS. HAROLD S. GOLDBtRG Grange Groves Plan ReveaBed Orange River Groves, of 401 I il Way. Coral Gables, is an i ncing a plan to realize additional S2.000 to $6,000 to individual incomes annually. Eugene R. Jones, jr.. and Robert W. Boyce. two Florida pioneers in t'c orange grove business, through thi i firm here arrange the sale of acreage to the investor, the clearing ot the land, planting of the orange trees, maintenance ol the trees from planting to harvesting, and marketing ol the fruit. "All tnis is set up as a cooperative operation." according to Orange River Groves. "The management company keeps tree growth*and operating records and i mits \ early to each investor his I rcentage of the urove earnings I %  : ihe trees start producing." Orange River Groves is a 6,500acre tract of prime citrns-producing land 12 miles southeast of I l, Myers on 11.S. 82. Information l| the plan is available at the Brm's local office. HI 4-655(1. Florida's Best Investment ORANGE GROVES Hew would you iike an additional $2,000 to $6,000 added to your income every year? You can have this extra income — and more — when you invest in a citrus grove Florida's best investment. For the first time, Orange River Groves makes it possible for the small investor to own his own orange grove of one to ten acres or more. OWN YOUR OWN ORANGE GROVE $99950 Per Planted Acre 80 TREES TO THE ACRE ONE TO TEN ACRES OR MORE! Your ORANGE RIVER GROVES bring profit two ways from annual crop returns and the steady increase in property value as your trees mature. ORANGE RIVER GROVES is a 6,500 acre tract of prime citrus-producing land located 12 miles southeast of Ft. Myers, on U.S. "82, in the warmest part of Florida's citrus belt ... All the work on your grove, from maintenance to marketing — is handled efficiently by a citrus cooperative. Mizrachi Group To be Feted Rabbi and Mrs Alexander Gross v. ill be hosts at a membership party for the newly-formed Hatikva group ol Mizrachi at their home, 4312 Royal Halm ave Monday at noon. Principal of the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Gross will be guest speaker. Mrs. Morris Bienentield is chairman of the afternoon, with Mrs Joseph Katz and Mrs. Kdna Baer serving as co-chairmen. All-Day Card Party Coral Way Jewish Center Sisterhood will have an all-day luncheon and card party on Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.. voni MS AltkK IX FMtRlllA'S FUTURE DEVELOPED BY JONES & FREDERICK, Inc. For complete information send this coupon: Name Address Telephone ORANGE RIVER GROVES, INC. 401 Coral Way Coral Gabies, Florida HI 4-6556 Weekdays and Sundays Call Collect if not a resident of Miami



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Page 1G-B -JewistFhrktir*'' Friday. November 17 •1961 UNDEU THE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION TNI ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA RABBI DR. ISAAC HIRSN EVER. DIRECTOR Quantity Righfs Reserved WE seu U.S. CHOICE and U.S. PRIME MEATS OKLY 1% TURKEY TIME is HERE! ## Once Again, the Festive and Joyous Holidays Are Upon Us! As Usual, We Have Selected for You, Our Customers, the Finest Carloads of U.S. GOYT INSPECTED Will KOSHER MADE GRADE "A Famous Brand Turkeys Produced QUEEN ESTHER or EMPIRE KOSHER Two Brands of the Finest Western Breed Kosher Turkeys Packed Exclusively for Food Fair Kosher Markets... Now at the LOWEST PRICES EVER ... And GUARANTEED To Be the FINEST! Young TOM TURKEYS 49 Young HE c LB. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR



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* >->* i > t fk rii> j r N-.-.•: J. f:-: -r M :::-: 5. .-=" MAD. f/a/7765 0/ fAe Sense 0/ Consuming Concern for God Hj li. : ; ;; 14 II -----' M t VI > •: •_•'-—• — 1v. a In te em -> • %  %  %  Unrteej fftwis listening Port: By SAUL CARSON i ; can Itafc! %  i ?_.? MSses •* %  • -.--%  hi %  %  — m I -eae reasoe ct*r tor if'. *ad aee fcSed a mate, i c._ a HeSr* 1 %  i T*~ i STT poise, t %  %  • aa ---.-. .. 7 • %  •:---.--..-.:-.Meet an American Born Israeli at the UN t %  !— %  I R it-zm Z* "-1 l ... %  %  •. • 7 %  % % %  be i ...... -. -• %  •.• %  th* %  rfc of F -~ -. < — Am -• Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Right Wing Ways I THE NAZI pi • la technique 1 lento• ten to [the editoi I • II Arab pi I :: : I -[ormatioi t Israel in / -. '• • %  •king %  : V as %  %  %  • I e -... %  %  %  fii %  hi %  • %  pa pet evei del %  harmful maganda N hat Arab proa iffice wing groups in th ry— vh %  • •! fir.'! It I -ry r. ganda la the nc pap*r — have the pr< or TV 01 her • bc4 k the in a "I i '.he editor" when • %  or he letter published if both muHaneoo reader u make u? hi, own nnnd %  •. ; • r ; = g %  •%  ; %  ruee .-. Now there is a wee rs Har T-. r Mr* Sard ad i UN : ..-.-.u • r.. known u the rk:t~— par..'..:".;. in Hacs \r.n. r. .: •%  -.;• ..'. .r. •..-.-. a*e:! aby rr.irr:a 5 e Mrs Nardi %  r. z rxrn in Brooklyn, educated tan New York wai a grai hter of one al Z. peateat Z.. Hiradi afaslianaky Her Catker %  tit-known Brooklyn physician. Dr Abraham S Schwartz. noted a a Hebrew poet. Wh:!e she ASS a student at Barnard College, Snulamu 1 ar.z me: a young Palestinian Jew Noah Nardi, v.-., takii rate at Teachers College of Columbia University Dr Noah Nardi and the grand-daughter of the great Maslianaky were married la (tew York. Dr Nardi %  :'. .'. the :-:ae:; Ministry of Education lira. a: the Hebrew University givir. Eng Ish ai d ir. contemporary Jewish civilization '..'.-N'ardf %  •• -. Palestine with i in \m World War. while visiting the United States %  • %  herself unable to return to Palestine • work — first as edit Ha..director of publicati DS OC Z E rgency Council Her Z tor '.2 yearThen she returned — • ] Jei isalem. to a UN ell kr .. : .%  tes around ;. tor %  rights — a; %  .: %  : any men luali•;. • (this comi '^r sh wing extrem Mrs N^r^.— %  knows — and si -%  • • %  %  • %  • refera I i .... %  .' .--I-.......... : re — D Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ %  %  • %  • I i OH the Record Bv NATHAN ZIPRIfc The Chagall Windows T HROUGH THE %  rtarua I %  kaf leact ag and reseai 7. :?> aza.r. bbaalfl ..r. of K; ----" .-: if ..".-.er area — as an Internati u center Tbis rill zift^r. or. February 6 1962 the twelve H eommissi )eed Rail nrs hj Marc Chagall are dedici-.ri tog the Synag • Hadassih-Hebre* U litj Medi er ii the J-dean HUli as the -T-" Jerusalem. Prom Soi IS through jar. 3 tr:* magnfl : .-— jr.:.. twelve a 1st it the M '. Modern Art York Cttj Tber thej ter Sri %  ;• rir-oid Ch: ill .:. — i'.'. -h^ ireer.—:. I a figures Each trit ; t • -• • %  I was %  : yester -. t the win Russians Ought to Do Seme Studying in Rashi A CCORDING TO THE -.'• It Bibll the 1-: jellte the land the.' thej A ore told to nob. be concluded — the ignifl inl part — that i: Bed. the inhabi were A brave people did not hide behind a lot of g I don't Suppose Mr Khrushchev who keeps on explodthose 50 megaton bomb? reads Rashi He ought to There is something in what Rashi ?aid. Maybe he ought to read the story in "he Bible too about David and Goliath. Khrushchev says all this exploding of big bombs is just defense. Goliath too, a> I remember, was all end -mor. but little David disdained any defensive armor. ighed him down Ju*t give him a little sling shot. But what are wo to do about if Mr. Khrushrhev la tualy a menace Out west an evil hombre like KhrushI) .ng gun 5 an J threatening to blow ip ken in by the >:.er.f: The LJW W D B %  A ir s! W We must fight %  .'re but with jometh re powerful — week, I :: ok th< U.S made right direction, by a lar^ Irive to ay i ming of wes ists More than Amer Khrushchev fears the American voice be.: Let's go back to the Bible ajiain .'os ; into the future land of Israel came acrosan Ir n too. The well of Jericho. What did he do" Throw Shoot guns No. He did a little broadcasting. Sent his men circling the city, sounding otf their trumpets and the walls of W* Cfao came tumbling down. That's what we need now A massive Operation ier cho to overcome the wall of Moscow. Many are saying we must build shelters against I danger of world catastrophe. The Good Book can guide us here too. [I in Genesis. The people were wicked They repent but they got worse and worse Noah ia* oming and he built a public shelter and was saved.



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Paae 6-B *. IPH #*#> Fkridfian Friday. November 24, 1961 Miami Women View Heroic Rescue at Sea %  the Hollywood Women's Auxiliary Stanley M. Eeckerman, president; Mrs. A. S. -. Hcrr.e for the Aged of Greater K Miami plan lot the dinner Sur.c the main • Douglas Garde B it %  zed Auxiliary *•' Cen:e: %  seated e M S Bl -t vice president; Mrs. Edward Breiner. recording secretary, S;r: • :e Mrs. .... icity rhairman • Joseph Ton van Rothstein; a %  A. P. V.'MTOspon Hollywood Women's Auxiliary Joins Home !n Dedication of New Medical Center Circuit Judge Irving Cypen pres.-h Hum*tor the ol Greater Miami, and Mrs, M Beckerman. president wood Women's Auxiliary. announced that both organizations join at a dinner Sunday evenn the main dining room at {las Gardens. IS] NE 52nd st.. • iebrate and dedicate the new. leering S35.QOU Hollywood AuxMedical Center at the Home The first of its kind in the Souh :;her a home lor the aged or %  :ig .home, the medical center ling enables the Home to pro-,nn diagnostic and treatment es as It-ray, orthopedics an.i phthalmology dentistry and 5 residents, .\hose • rage a -• is 82-plu.-. The-e are Si n :< • %  in to the alread) existing eral medicine, psychiatry, phytherapy and sheltered workshop facilities which permit the lents ol the Home to "work and rn." The medical center also has a reS< arch laboratory partially equipby the University of Miami s< hool of medicine and staffed by i itsenior biochemists as of a cooperative geriatric research program with the Home. which haalready garnered a national research award. A Hollywood couple. Stanley and Lilyan Beckerman. are primarily responsible for the Hollywood Jewish community's unique relationship with the Home through the Auxiliary and the Holly wood Jewish Welfare Federation. Mr.Beckerman founded and has been president of the Auxiliary >nce its beginning tour years ago. With a membership of 500, it has become one of the outstanding women's organization in Broward county In its short existence, the Auxiliary ha.directly contributed over $75,000 in capital fundto the Home, and has been responsible for $35,000 more in contributions from private Hollywood sources Beckerman. president of the Hollywood Jewish Welfare Federation for many years. itreasurer of the Home and chairman of the budge: committee. In 1955. he spearheaded the formal agreement with the Home, whereby older Jewish persons in Hollywood needing institutional care became eligible tor I admission to the Home. The Hollywood Federation guarantees the Home full per capita cost for all Hollywood persons adI to Douglas tes fill tO thl this purpos< ->n is ar> attorney tent of Hollywood. Inc. Designed by Smith and Korach. Miami architects, the center will have the capacity to meet the needs of the Home when it doubles its capacity to 210 beds sometime in 1P63. The building is completely air-conditioned and heated by reverse cycle In addition to the research lab. it hatwo offices, four examing rooms, a nurses station, storage rooms, and a large room equipped to provide TV entertainment lor residents while they wait • be seen by the medical and nursing statfs. The Home is a major beneficiary or the United Fund of Dade County and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mayor Robert King High 'left) proclamed Saturday as Classroom Teachers Assn. Scholarship Day in Miami, while Alan G. Stratton, president of the association, and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, chairman of the program for the day, look on. The Dade County CTA held a dance at the Americana hotel Saturday evening to provide scholarships for students of its members. Dr. Muskat Addresses Group Dr Irving E. M uskat was speaker at a meeting of the South Florida chapter of the Florida Planning and Zoning Assn., according to an announcement by Jules P. Channing. president The meeting was a luncheon at noon on Wednesday at Toby'l cafeteria. NW 54th st. and 7th ave Dr Muskat is president of the University of Miami International Research Foundation, chairman of the Inter-American Center Authority, and vice president for research at the university. DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Do it the easy way-by mail. Mail your orders to Rich Dale Grove* for prompt handling. INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT and RIDGE COUNTIES ORANGES (r* 3i ipf: '/ it you wonf Oronfli *nff Or G'aptiruit only) In 'fruit protector' gift cartom 90 1b. box $11.95 Full bushel 8.50 / 2 bushel 5.50 12 lb. sampler.... 3.75 Co~pi' quality and prlctt. You cant beat Rich Oale for iuperb value. Price* Include dtlivtry ecpt: Add 10% West of Mississippi. (2.00 to Canada. Satisfaction guaranteed or Iruit ia replaced or money refunded. RICH DALE GROVES Weirsdale, Florida Write far free feider ef aaar (iff le l a tt ie—a A Miami Beach woman, alone with a shipful of other passengers aboard liiu SS Jerusalem bound from Haifa. Israel, witnessed an heroic sea rescue prior to the -hip.arrival at Miami's Fier 2 on Sunday. She is Mrs Nathan Feika. of 836 Lencx ave According to Mrs Feika. in the midst ol a Style show aboard the Jerusalem on the night of Nov. 11. a radio message was ived from the Spanish motor vessel Conde de Fontanar. Emergency medical aid was needed immediately for a seaman who had tailen into a hatch and suftured skuu AccordMrs Feika. the Jerusalem's V'il L%  ised the I mar b) inistei "Thi two ships Thi ilities • teet the %  ith its equipped : skillful SUrj and jra was the closest aid.'' Chief Engineer Dov Galin. in consultation with Capt Tuve Smolensk, First Mate Michael Sand, and Dr I.evir.e. promptly decided to risk the possibility of oil and supplies shortage and to take on the additional 500 miles. The Jerusalem turned from its course on Sunday. Nov. 12. at 1 a.m. At 9 a.m., passengers were told they would arrive in New York one day late. The sea rescue subsequently concluded, the Jerusalem at 2:55 p.m.. Tuesday, Nov. 14. radioed a L'.S. I oast Guard plane to take the injured seaman to a hospital in Bermuda. It was Dr. Levine's decision that immediate and delicate surgery, beyond the means of the Ship's hospital facilities. I I...\ e to be undertaken. A Coral Gabies woman, Mrs. Albert Pick, of 2905 Coconut Grove dr.. put it this way: "lit is a handsome \ouna man. and we can onlj pray for his complete recovery But. just as an afterthought: A new country, Israel, has an Israeli ship with an Israeli ere*. And they go on a mission of mercy o save a Spaniard. Doimingo i lar Cardenas, whose antect were involved in inquisitions held no mercy for Jews "The world is changing, but surely. Some da; an Arab seaman one ol proud pa ->• ng r v< Is AJCongress Unit to Meet Westchester Mr. and Mi ter. American Jewish Cot planning a "Folksong Fes e of Mr and Mrs n. lo2P SW 4th • Frank Far TETLEY TEA -: A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, there's Yom Tov spiric ia this fine tea..."flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimu> latioo ... richer taste and pleas* ore with your fleishigs aod milchigs aod between meal refreshment... # E^-|^*1Wa(5 WHEN FRIENDS OROPIN^ topP* 0 ^Aw> ...such a wonderful way ti say "welconw!" ready-to-serve ^rDATE-NUT JROU ... made with crisp, chunky walnuts and the world's choicest dates! Frivolous dessert or simple, satisfying snack — it's mere moments away when vou keep Dromedary DaU-Nut Roll on hand. Festoon it with whipped cream and berries for a luscious treat spread it with cream cheese lor a wholesome after-school snack that will keep your youngsters content till supper-time. Dromedary Date-Nut Roll is vacuum-packed to stay freso till you want it! Stock up now • • • and keep a good supply on hand^ 'fou Aflflf its kosher—ths libel his the\ Also enjoy DROMEDARY CHOCOlATt-NUT and 0RAH6E HUTJIOU Hin



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*&1(/< oman s WoM ISABEL GROVE A tremendous amount of hitherto hidden talent paraded before 400 numbers of the 1500 Men's Club and the 1500 Women's Club when a group show revealed the many professional entertainers within the ranks Jay Sweet and Jaek Criden responsible for rounding up the performers and presenting them in a smooth, fast-paced revue Sunday evening at the Hibiscus Auditorium Rita Oppenheimer. former opera and concert star, and Hattie Wagner, who still sings on radio and TV. featured well-loved arias and familiar sones in their solo appearances Young and beautiful Marion Kicnman, just beginning her career, sang in both French and Italian Wonderful support given throughout the entire production by Harry Gabriel, organ accompanist, who was sought so often for the same chore in leading theatres in New York Sam Sneppard, who had worked with George M. Cohan, and Nat Travis, banjoist and former minstrel man. each gave their vision of those long ago song and dance men Il'i-tesses for the evening were Mrs. Hannah Schoenman and Mrs. Eetty Block Seen applauding enthusiastically. Mrs. Eve Chanin. president of the Women's Club, in a sea green Italian knit suit matching accessories Each choosing black and making it uhiqi her own. Mrs. Harold Goldstein who highlighted her cripc Bheath with a pearl and diamond drop Mrs. Fanny Abrahams, with a glamorous straight black fox stole ever her pique White mink on a black cashmere sweater over a blouson draped frock made a stunning ensemble for Mrs. Lester Netter And a white satin draped bow from necklne to hem plus diamond accessories was chic on Mrs. Jane Bransdorf Two who chose the new bright colors were Mrs. Sol Schimmel and Mrs. Ruth Mook, the former in a tangerine wool suit with matching shoes and white satin blouse, the latter in an imported peacock blue silk suit, from Hong Kong, with boxy jacket, accessorized with three strand pearl choker and matching shoes and bag. •HC The luncheon given by Mattie (Mrs. Frank) Lauer last weekend at the Seville for her many friends sparkled with her own special brand of charming good humor Setting off her auburn hair, the hostess chose a periwinkle brocade sheath with bright, shiny shoes to match, and a sweater trimmed with a mink shawl collar Long-time friend, Evvie (Mrs. Albert) Barmack. with her hair in its usual upswept perfection, wore a white Italian knit suit with gay red piping ... A two-piece ensemble which included a daffodil print dress and a solid gold coat lined in the same print highlighted Rena (Mrs. Fred) Somerstein's very becoming new hairdo Verj excited about leaving the following day for a cruise on the SS Jerusalem Lots of comment about the beautiful, heart shaped pendant of a large smoky topaz set in braided gold worn by Mrs. Abe (Florence) Golan with ring to match, which she had brought back from her most recent trip to Israel After living in Key West for 15 years, the Golans are now happy residents of Miami Beach, B air House. xact... Others chatl i i about trips, children, grandchildren and Mich. e Edna (Mrs. James* Chapman, in tangerine and white slim Imen dress ui ree quarter mandarin coat of solid tangerine Lil

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muHaneoo reader u make u?
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T-. r Mr* Sard ad i UN
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par..'..:".;. in Hacs \r.n. r..: --.; ..'. .- r- .
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z rxrn in Brooklyn, educated tan New
York wai -a grai hter of one al Z. peateat
Z.. Hiradi afaslianaky Her Catker
* tit-known Brooklyn physician. Dr Abraham S Schwartz.
noted a a Hebrew poet.
Wh:!e she ass a student at Barnard College, Snulamu
1 ar.z me: a young Palestinian Jew Noah Nardi, v.-.,
takii rate at Teachers College of Columbia
University Dr Noah Nardi and the grand-daughter of the
great Maslianaky were married la (tew York. Dr Nardi
:'. .'. the :-:ae:; Ministry of Education lira.
a: the Hebrew University givir.
Eng Ish ai d ir. contemporary Jewish civilization
'..'.-- N'ardf -. Palestine with i in \m
World War. while visiting the United States
-- herself unable to return to Palestine
work first as edit Ha-
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Z E rgency Council Her Z
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] Jei isalem.
to a UN
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Bv NATHAN ZIPRIfc
The Chagall Windows
THROUGH THE
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kaf leact ag and reseai
7. :?> aza.r. bbaalfl
..r. of K;-----" .-:
- if .- .".-.er area as an Internati u
center Tbis rill zift^r. or. February 6 1962 -
the twelve H eommissi )eed Rail
nrs hj Marc Chagall are dedici-.ri tog
the Synag Hadassih-Hebre* U
litj Medi er ii the J-dean HUli as the -t-"
Jerusalem.
Prom Soi IS through jar. 3 tr:* magnfl
: .-- jr.:.. twelve a 1st
it the M '. Modern Art .
York Cttj Tber thej
ter Sri
; rir-oid Ch: ill .:.
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a figures
Each trit
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: yester
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. t the win
Russians Ought to Do Seme Studying in Rashi
A CCORDING TO THE -.' It Bibll
" the 1-: jellte
the land the.'
thej a ore told to nob.
, be concluded
the ignifl inl part that i:
Bed. the inhabi
were A brave people__
did not hide behind a lot of g
I don't Suppose Mr Khrushchev who keeps on explod-
those 50 megaton bomb? reads Rashi He ought to
There is something in what Rashi ?aid. Maybe he ought
to read the story in "he Bible too about David and Goliath.
Khrushchev says all this exploding of big bombs is just
defense. Goliath too, a> I remember, was all end
-mor. but little David disdained any defensive armor.
ighed him down Ju*t give him a little sling shot.
But what are wo to do about if Mr. Khrushrhev la
tualy a menace Out west an evil hombre like Khrush-
I) .ng gun5 an J threatening to blow ip
ken in by the >:.er.f: The Ljw w
d B a ir s!
W We must fight
.'re but with jometh re powerful
week, I :: ok th< U.S made
right direction, by a lar^ Irive to ay i
ming of wes ists More than Amer
Khrushchev fears the American voice be.:
Let's go back to the Bible ajiain .'os;
into the future land of Israel came acros- an Ir n
too. The well of Jericho. What did he do" Throw
Shoot guns
No. He did a little broadcasting. Sent his men circling
the city, sounding otf their trumpets and the walls of W*
Cfao came tumbling down.
That's what we need now A massive Operation ier
cho to overcome the wall of Moscow.
Many are saying we must build shelters against I
danger of world catastrophe.
The Good Book can guide us here too. [I
in Genesis. The people were wicked They
repent but they got worse and worse Noah ia*
oming and he built a public shelter and was saved.



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Friday, November 24, 1961 "^Jenisfi nothHOrif) Paga 3-A. 'New* Defini+JOn Beth David Adult Co'illion Rouses Ire Continued from Page 1 A one of the "senses" the definition "A person believed to drive a hard bargain." Mr. Wolf noted the phrase "believed to" as indicating popular usage and understanding of one of the "senses." The adjective "Jewish" has as one descriptive phrase, "usually taken to be offensive." The verb includes a definition "to cheat by I sharp business practice" and this I la followed by the phrase "usually Dade Heights Choral Gorup participated in a row (left to right) are Gary Lampert, Stanley jjalWBMto be offensive." ^ The word recent television program over Wv^KT. Top Galansky, Edwin Farber, Barry Arem, Mickey tow (left to right) are Dan Medvin, director, Shlachtman, David Mitchell. Bottom row (left Barry Bell, Karen Raben, Laurence Arem, Dato right) are Jonathan Lampert and Pam v:d Farbstein. Rabbi Harold Richter. Second Shlachtman. Beth David C< ngri an%  a en-week cour& i" ba ing, under the d i : Classes ••ill b i S 8 p.m.. in Room 7 of the new B H David building. Couples .::<': I in registering can con;act Louis Spector. chairman, or Mrs, Roy Mack. kike" also appears in the new edition, as a definition of Jew. followed by the phrase "usually tak>n to be offensive." Demand Rehabilitation of Former SS Dr. Narot Gets •Valor 1 Award The "Volunteer of Valor" award, a mark of special recognition designated by Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, will be presented to Dr. Joseph R. Naro at a dinner Monlay evening in | Temple Israel. Dinner chair ,, — ii a n H a r o I %  Thurman, has an INN — (JTAi — Informed poll sources here this week asi that rehabilitation of former members of the SS. Hitler's elite trd, was one of the demands of %  Free Democratic Party in the current coalition tuik> with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's Christian Democratic Union The demands, it was reported, include an amendmnt to a pension law and a bill for general amresty of Naxi crimes "with the exception of those perpetrated for personal, deliberate and individual criminal motives." A draft for such • bill, offered by Free Democratic Deputy Ernst Achenbjcli, has been circulated among Bundestag deputies for the past two years. Otto Ei.senmann, another Free Democratic Deputy, told a meeting of the HIAG. the SS aid organization, in Rendsburg Sunday that it was "about time" that former members of the regular SS were fully rehabilitated. Beth El Adds Faculty Member Beth El Congregation announces the appointment of Nathan Stern t) -he faculty of its religious school. Abe Chiel, president, said nesday that Stern "is highly amended, and brings with him r-iny successful years of Hebrew teaching." The new faculty appointee is li. J by the Bureau of Jewish E lucaflon here. V'M) announced Wednesday was the congreg;i!. • religious' ation committee, which will .. is with Rab'j: mon Schiff, tual leader i! Beth El and vipal of the school. mmittee Includes leorge Bass. rris Eckhaus ray, Hythe noted "euthanasia doctor." The latter is scheduled to go on trial at Limburg next Feburary on charges of conducting a program of "mercy killings" for the Nazi regime. Dr. Bourweig is now employed by the Defense Ministry at the Military Hospital Institute at Freiburg. Previously, he was psychiatric adviser to the Social Court at Flensburg. He has also been employed as army personnel chief in t h e state of Schleswig-Holstein. • Boasted He Gassed Jews DARMSTADT — (JTA> Weri ner Teichert, a 43-year-old former SS Major, was under arrest here this week on charges of libel and public condonation of Nazi crimes. He was arrested after insulting guests in a Darmstadt hotel by May Hurt Prosecution FRANKFURT — (JTA) — The recent action of the Frankfurt Court of Appeals in rejecting a prosecution complaint against the release of a former Nazi police officer may have serious consequences for many other cases pending against former Nazi criminals. Dr. Fritz Bauer, Hessian Attorney General, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency here this week. The appeals court confirmed the release of Erich Bunke, a 54-yearold customs inspector, who was detained on charges of shooting j singing Nazi songs and claiming $ oc j fl / fl^ fl 0J Dance 22 Danish resistance fighters. The; he had personally gassed Jews, appeals court found that Bunke had I In April. 1960 he was sentenced to acted on the basis of a Hitler order six months in prison for a similar Dr. P G. Gove. editor of the dictionary, confirmed to the JTA '.hat the offending definitions were eliminated in the 1949 printing of he second edition and not restored in >ubsequent printings of that edi'ion. He said thiwas done to make room for new words related *o jet propulsion and not because ol any feeling that the definition should be removed because they might be offensive. Wolf told the JTA that similar admittedly derogatory definitions of other groups also appear in the new edition, such as Dago for a person of Italian or Spanish descent,, and the term "nigger." in the definition of Negro, also described as "usually taken to be offensive." He said no protests had been received from groups representing any of the nationals or de-jf or 7 p m ., and will be preceded scendants of groups whose defini-j D y a reception and cocktail party tions in the dictionary included in-' a t 6 p m according to chairman suiting or offensive definitions arisThurman. with several hundred Ing from popular usage. businessmen, friends and welfare and religious leaders in attendnounced that tin jfficers, trustees and friends 0 .he hospital ha\' named the spirit ual leader as n cipient of the •>. I/I award "for hi* exemplary leadership and outstanding service to his community, in general, and especially to Cedars of Lebanon Hxs. pital." He will be cited for his support of the development fund activities "to construct a new nan sectarian medical facility tj heal the sick of all faiths, re< gardless of race, religion, or economic status." The benefit banquet is scheduled at the end of 1943 to kill captured offense resistance fighters "in secret." The Sociable Club, for single adults between the ages of 21 and Hammond. Jerome Jackson. ance. Thurman announced that the fol lowing will serve on the dinner committee: Dr. and Mrs. Morris Blau, Ben Breslauer. Dr. Edward Sam The court ruled that at that time, the shooting of partisans was not considered a violation of international law and that therefore Hitler's order, and its execution, could be considered only an act of homicide. The court further ruled that the statute of limitations was effective in homicide cases, rejecting the prosecution's focmal Inl of the 15-year iimitai 1 April of last >>'av Dr. Bauer said the decision "may A t he non-commissioned officer ef West German army, whose 39, held a dance Sa t u r d a y jLuby, Louis B. Maisin. E. Albert night in the Riviera room of the Pallot. Dr. Reuben Rochkind. and Beau Rivage hotel. Hcstess was'Howard Rosendorf. Pallot is Ce rename was not given, was arrested Harriet Ginsburg, and host. Dave'dars of Lebanon development fund with Teichert at the hotel. Friedland. chairman. 10W COST HOAIf rcan Kam, Sam Miller, Abe Pepper, become precedent :n numerous K Rappaport, I i Singer, and1 0 tner cases pending which last Zalis. Rabbi Schiff Will be Speaker "The Life and [hi cf MaiIB 'des" will be the subject of an aiiress by Rabbi 3c imon Schiff. ritual leader of Beth El Congregation. ibbl Schiff v uesl speaker at a forum d n on Tuesevening at the V L. PeretZ >ol, 1545 SW 3rd •' Miami. year we took the precaution of reg> Istering before the statu e of limitations on homicide charges went into effect Helped to Kill Nazi Victims KIEL — (JTA) — Proceedings that may lead to a trial were ordered by the Circuit Court here this week against Dr. Bruno Bourweig, a physician now employed by the West German Defense Ministry, on charges that during World War 11 he aided Dr Werner Heyde, "One of the Notion's* Oldest and Largest 0ade Federal I CSAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of Ml AMI _' %  4% ERANNUM Current ividend Raf9 ON SAVINGS % JOSEPH M UPTON, Present *WmammS$ W £ %  GREYHOUND RACING NOW Complete and Dependable Titte Service IAMI TITLE & Qktract Co. 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE >: %  Tin NolioM Cwjtowul fitowpfaw Title Insurance Policies ef Kansas City Title Insurance Ce. Capital, Surplus


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Page 10-B *•, in+ist) flurtdteun The Courier Charges by author-playwright Meyer Levin that he is the victim ol a campaign ot "character and career assassination'" that has resulted in his being blacklisted by Hollywood. Broadway, television and the publishing industry arc aired in the Oct. 16 issue of -Congress BiWeekly," published by the American Jewish Congress The au;hor oi "ConiDulsiou" cites numerous cancellations ol agreements with himself and bis wife, Toreska Torres, as proof of h.s charges Only encouraging factor about the matter is that there is not a hint of antiSemitism or extreme right wing •'guilt by association" involved Prejidenr Kennedy and Vice President Johnson, both of whom have been handling the growth oi Birch Society-like movements such as the recent Indignation rally at the Beach Auditorium, with sk ; ll and dispatch, will be ui town in early December, with the Veep speaking to 2,000 Young Democrat delegates at the Deauville on Dec. ft. according tc Le* Weissenborn, national convention chairman. • • • Back from national conclave of Federations and Welfare Funds an the top trio of Greater Miami Jewish Federation. ArCiur Rosichan, Robert Go.den ..n.l Sam Cohen Art tells us Miami was singled out lean Hebrew Congregations, at special ceremonies at the for special commendation by United MAS officials for its handling ol White House last week. Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg the Cuban refugee crisis this year. Rosichan. who is now busy lining also participates. Looking on (second row from left 1 are Rabbi up p^ans lor what promises to be CJA's most imaginative campaigns Albert Goldman, of Cincinnati; Melvin Dunkelmcn, of Ciniii years with energetic Cl Kovens at the helm, said a feature of the cinnati; and Judge Emil N. Baar, of New York. In rear is Mrs. Da-las conference was the emergence of a much closer relationship Dunkelman. Presentation was made durina the national Friday, November 2?. \%\ Book Reviews cf tmoix-ll Annual sei | i ewj sponsored by th< Sister T.\ of Temple Err.ar.u-] i be•in Wednesday. | !lv ing Lehrman. s] : ,,i .he Temple, wiil | ( the r. Reservations an it trail Mayer High Given Smashing Yets lay to Miami Mai or ': >i : K •as reflected to oi cc ;'h ? sn-n.s 1 •> • -. 1 h's nean si i thur '. Pattei jr., i 813. Coming in !' %  '• w %  immis ioner %  V574. 0;hcrs t ns. 1,583, and G 398 In the Croup 4 race it y 'ommission, Mr. w right received 13.202 President Kennedy looks at his gift, a 19th century Torah held j.365 for Cliff H< r %  and meth by Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath. president of the Union of Amerr. Williams' 3.7"4. Rnnn< up included M. D. Chapman, } B Di Martino. Murray S Meyers n, Milo '-' Mitvalsky, Ri< :nan, [(".eorge .1. Korge. It.; iHersh, Jack Viera. and Mc'vin I Muroff. David T. Kennedy won Croup 5 with 15.067. ;or)ire o.it way ihead of the 6.7P7 re: < ived v William J. Owens. lr this i ice, followers-up were Stephen I Hark, Murray Z. Klein, and .' Dickerson. biennial convention of UAHC in Washington, D.C. between federations and synagogues across the country Out Corpus Christi wax. the Jewish Community Council's president. Sheldon Kati. h.is circulated a lengthy letter which in effect accuses a dissident ^ group, and to a certain extent, the national CIA. of creating "a threat %Qf\ NQVCICk Will ChOIT JNF DlfinGr of extinction of the organized community of Corpus Christi." .._... Ben Novak, president of the FonCouncil here; and Rahbi Irvine We were among the hundreds who went to "The Captain s Dmrier ainebIcau holel. will be one ol the Lehrman chairman of the JNF In next Tuesday runofl I will aboard the SS Jerusalem on Sunday night, black tie and all. Although principaI spC akers at the annual Foundation and s P ,ritual leader of be Mrs. Wainwr ,,hi igail il Clifl the captain oi the Zim Lines' cruise ship was little m evidence, although Uwlsh .\' a( jonal Fund dinner at Temple Emanu-Fl are snearheadHome in Group 4, and Kenncdj il lock many of us halt an hour to locate silverware with which to con, he Fontainebleau on Sunday evenir ,„ tne drive among local groups, opposed bv Owens Croi. bb::ie the excellent food from the well-designed buffet tables, and m „_ I)ec 10 ..uli the evening's program was lost amidst the multitude, the According to Leon J. Ell. presiI'an American Good-Will Tour went steaming off almost on schedule OAS Ambassador Morrison's most memorable remark turned out to be I hereas Yankee Co Home'' signs greeted Nixon and Stevenson in Latin America, his Louisiana background certainly would preclude jreeting for the former New Orleans mayor. Dr. Joseph Schwart:, f A merit an Jewry's great leaders of this century, spok" i i ;! %  ;age that he was talking, and Israel Bo::ds pub1. > hie! Hi Sali was missing because of an ill-timed sprained ankle, s. i i namesake's mess g< s not forthcoming here • • • Lcois Shakfirt, with whom we served on the Miami Beach Plani I ud, has I en reelected president of the South Shore Citizen: t ivernment Tourist Office, which tor a time was I the former Israel Bond headquarters on Washington ave., I in 1 -wank cilice ol El \i Israel Airlines Capt. Leo Gardner and his Israeli wife, Miriam, gett ng set for a globe-circling i i xt month. Leo returned from New York with authorin to endent of the Jewish National Fund. Novack will head a group of community leaders at the dinner, w hose aim is to raise fundto implement the Freedom Forest in Israel. The Freedom Forest is located en the outskirts of Jerusalem. It cons : sts of 2,C00 acres of rugged mountain terrain. On this site nearly 2,000 years ago. Bar Kochba and his soldiers fought the mighty legions of Rome. It is here that the Jewish V. tional Fund has begun planting a forest of 2.000.000 trees as a living I a.i initial nine-month business report'-which :ribute lne friendship <>' the two ons." Janet Scbiffres moves up to office eedom-IOVing nations, i i ui ... E. Albert Pallet and former Miami The Freedom Forest, dedicated • Chelsie Senerchia will co-host a cocktail party Friday alterentirely by Americans, will include i Dec. 8, i Miami Elks Club to firm up plans lor Cedars of I.eb50 smaller forests, each one having ,: |uel onoring present Mayor Bob High Cedars tub a separate woodland, representing i Charlio Jicobion's wife, Ruthie, back r.u.'iu alter a trip to the 50 states and the District of i • —not* ...in!', opened No\ 20, a couple of days too late Columbia. '•' '• u,h it,,..,„, ,., Filty tall pylons will be erected. Ambassador Adlat Stevenson appealed to by Workmen s Circle to Mch faring the name of the state new wave -•: aim Semitlsm in Soviet t nion Hwry Gilbert, j( ,. t pi ( s irlls Two 40-ft. towers. insurance salesman and civic leader, got a big buildup in Japanese ni ,^ n 0( ,j 0 f native rock, will com-: I after recent jaunt to Tokyo Peace Corps examinations man( | a vlcw 0 j Jerusalem, the 8 ruesday and Wednesday at the Federal bldg. Harry Levy and n j 8tor i. c mountains of Judah' and Ronald Rickey have their hats in ring for state legislature races al[ srae | aru | lno c0 astal city area ready Jewish Lord Mayor of London, Sir Bernard Waley-Cohen, | M v „ n j will receive baronetcy upon his retirement. ^ Ha(jbi Maycr AbramowllZi spint ual leader of Temple Menorah; Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. e Zeev z. Dover, Israel's new Consul for the Southeastern United States, this week met with Arkansas Gov. Orval Faubus, and last week ( d with Louisiana Gov. Jimmie Davis. The ambitious consul Leon Ell, president of the JNF a'*c met with leaders ol LSI', and ot Little Hock University during his DMKI)| Richl'Gr initial \isits in those areas Which reminds us that we hope L.S.I s ** % %  %  %  ** % %  m ui a ban against playing integrated foot bid I teams was motivated TQ \>Q InstdllCCi Mih by buman relations as by the desire to go to a bowl game I as New NearDas Yc.diiva University's Graduate School of Science I been awarded an $83,000 grant in the field of statistical mechanics b) the U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research, with the study to be directed b\ Dr. Joel L. Lebowitz Mike Sossin is chairman of a Dec. 12 rally at the Miami Beach .' LitOrium in support ol medical aid for the aged President Harry S. Truman wi.l be feted by Kansas City's Israel Bond Committee on Dec. .1. and Secretary t Health. Education and Welfare Abraham Ribiccfr will be the Bpeaker Habbi Harold Richter will be formally installed as spiritual leader of Dade Heights Jewish Convocation on Sunday evening. Installing officer will be Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tarn id Ceremonies will be held at Dade Mrs. Florence Huber, of No., Miami Heights at 1401 NW 183rd st.. and Beach, won $1,000 in WCKK's popular Name Came contest last week w,n he followed 1,v !" evening ol William Zjckerman'' Jewish Newsletter has died with the passing entertainment, including the \ocaof the outspoken journalist, who frequently quoted from The Jewish lal 4 ros %  ^,* l Jr !" fe i !f..t' Floridian. Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. Israeli Expert To Visit Miami Also participating in the Installation will be Datle rleight8 Cantor Emanuel Mandel; Rabbi Max Lipschitz and Cantor Ben Zion Kirachenbaum, of Beth Torah Congregation; Rabbi Morton Malavsky. of A member! ot the regional planAbt will arrive here from Wash, he i srae |j t( (enter, and president Oil Staff of Ihe Lakish developjngton, D.C, at 1 p.m. Mr. and of the Greater Miami Rabbinical icl'a Nege\ will Mrs M()1 ( n ul| av host (0 th(? Agsn and Rabbi So iomon Sch.tf. arave here Friday, following two WM knd He will spiritual leader of Beth El Congrerr.enii.ui study. nal water lsrael1 ovei "e weekend. He will F^ ivelopment, -.nutation, attend services at Temple Beth %  rural agriculture ,n Am on Friday evening A, Sa.u, fc $/ ^ C c/ edu ed 1 day dinner in the Molien home. He is 31-yearold Yitshak Abt. Abt will meet with Rabbi William coral chapter of the American His boat will be Joseph Molien. Sajowitz. director of the Southeast Medical Center at Denver will hold '.40 Thanksgiving dr., volunteer! region. Union of American Hebrew a luncheon and fashion show at the HI 84994 WELCOME WAGON hi 51 lor the U.S. Department of: Congregations. international Education and i Abt will leave for Puerto Rico on Cultural Affairs. '• I Sunday. El Bolero restaurant on Wednesday noon, Dec. 6. Fashions by Wagon Wheel will be featured. l-t— ^t'WT



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Friday. November 24, 1961 Jmkti Fhridfian Page 5-B Testimonial Luncheon to Honor Women's Auxiliary Leader at Tuesday Function Lookir.g at a model of El Al Israel Airline's newest jet plane are (left to right! Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Lee Ratner, A-na Teiteiman and Orna Yegnes. Mrs. Glasser b first president of the Florida Women's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, which held a tea last week ct Mrs. Ratner's home. Miss Teitelman. a Haifa native, and Miss Yegnes. of Tel Aviv, assisted in preparations for the recept.on in honor of Mrs. Michael Comay. If their faces look familiar, you'll recall the girls as two of the El Al hostesses featured in a series of advertisements extending greetings to ports of call for the Israeli airline. Southgate Marks Book Observance Southgste group of Hadassah observed Jewish Book Month at its reuular monthly Oneg Shabbat on Sunday in the recreation room of Southjjnl'. Towers. Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner, Hadassah leader^ reviewed "Call it Sleep." by Henry Roth. A dramatization. "Glimpses into Jewish Literature was presented. witr> the follo'ving members participating: Mesdames Murray Talk. Abraham Holler and Morris Winnimac. Sony-; were in charge of Mesdames Sam C>!doerg. Baruch Siegel and Stanley Heller. Mrs. Abe Merar gave the invo cation. Mrs. .'jck Homelsky was in charge of arrangements, with If you like Mrs. Edward Sticgcf chairman of hostesses. A social hour followed Mr. and i Mrs. Morris Winniman were honored on the occasion of their wed' ding anniversary'.: ^ Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, will honor Mrs. Louis Makovsky with a testimonial luncheon on Te*day noon at the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Makovsky has served as program chairman and coordinator for the Auxiliary, as well as for the parties for residen's at the home, for the pa^ 14 years. She is a iife member of the Auxiliary and serves on '.he board of directors of the pcrer.l group. She is a board member of the Bureau of Jewish Education, life member of !he Brar.deis University Women's Committee, and is past president of Beth Jacob Sisterhood Miamians Study At Stern College Three Floridians are enrolled in the 75th anniversary freshman class at S'ern College for Women, the undergraduate liberal arts college for women of Yeshiva University. New York City. They will pursue a program of Jewish and general sUidies leading I to the Bachelor or Ar's and Bachi elor of Religious Education decrees. New freshman attending classes I are Elaine Donnerstag. 18740 NE 19th ave. No. Miami Beach; Elaine Edelman. 1921 NE 186th dr.. No. Miami Beach; and Yona Porush, 922 Michigan ave Miami Beach. KREPLACH 49'ers Honor Mrs. Newman When Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. decided the time had arrived for the senior citizens of the Temple to have their own group, he called upon Mrs. Frieda Newman to help organize the 49'ers. In appreciation of "her fine job of organizing the group and serving as president for its first five years." the 49'ers gave a testimonial dinner in her honor Sunday night at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Mrs. Newman was also president ef the Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood for two terms. 1941-1944. She has served Temple Emanu-El, the tinted Synagogue, the Jewish Home for the Aged, Hadassah. and many other civic groups. Four years ago. Dr. Lehrman presented Mrs. Newman with th Woman of Vaior pin for her service to the United Synagogue. Rep. Dante Fascell was principal speaker at the Sunday din ner. You'll love CHEP BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that reaj Italian ffavor created by famed £n*f Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered With savory tomato sauce and Cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too—costs only •bout 15c per serving! Medical Center Kickoff Brunch Greater Miami chapter of the American Medical Center at Den: ver will hold a kickoff brunch on %  Sunday at the home of Mrs. Her-: man Schoenfeld, chairman. 827 16th st.. Miami Beach. Plans will he formulated to arrange a testimonial dinner in honor of Commissioner Charles Hall scheduled for Dec. 17 at the Seville hotel. Hall will be cited for 'untiring I efforts and devotion" to the ori ganizaticn and its work of treating cancer and tubercular patients. MORE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie-free frV-f 1 "! m ^ Wm 9 Liquid and the Hebrew Academy Women. She is program and life membership chairman for the Israeli group of Hadassah and a sponsor memBer of. the Tarhirra group "of Mizra^ ehi Women. Mr and Mrs. Makovsky lived in St. Louis. Mo., before moving to Florida 16 years ago. There, she served on the Girl Scout Council of America, helping to organize eight troops. She was one of the first advisors to the B'nai B'rith Girls. District 6, worked on Community Chest drives, sold Defense Bonds, and opened her home to service men for the High Holy Days. Mrs. Laurence Silverman. president of the Auxiliary, will conduei | a short business meeting and greet j I the special guests. Program chairman. Mrs. Sol Sil; verman, will present a musical nar> ration which she has written, entitled "A Salute to Frances." with the voices of Mesdames Shari Silj verman. Glac'ys Dinitz and Rose: Yokell. Mrs. Ida Roller will sing; a group of songs, accompanied b> Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Doro-' •hy Krie'ger Fink, a community .'•ader. and daughter of the late ; Mrs. Moses Krieger, a founder of the Homer Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum. Mrs. Benjamin Orlowand Mrs. Sam Baum are in charge of reservations.. MRS. LOUIS MAKOVSKY Adult Programs At Southwest Southwest Jewish Center's adult %  ducation program includes classes •very second Tuesday from 8:3) o 10 p.m. Rabbi Maurice K'ein presents iectures on basic Judaism from a :ontemporary point of view, followed by a discussion period. A beginner's group in Hebrew reading meets at the conclusion of the lecture program. Next session will be held Tuesday. Dec. 5. That @ on the right side of the keystone on the label is the seal of endorsement of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. ie^ SWEETIt THAN SUCAB TIT 0 FOOD VAIM Rtommendtd ky ijotlou to **btici. on*ihtj n>4 It cat•fit tflttS. IIM IW bt|l)|M. IttiMfti, cooking. Putt. Co •MM* Mnatas. 4.-H Siimimu hONFt'rtftihs •TOMS IVMTWHIU Easyjdoes it. 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