The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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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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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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T "Jewish Fllo]f idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ie 35 Number 36
Miami. Florida, Friday, September 7, 1962
Twc Sections Price Zlz
itish Anti-Semites
Jeceive Court Order
To Appear for Trial
f LONDON (JTA) Colin Jordan, leader of the British National
feialist Movement, and three other officers of the anti-Semitic neo-
zi group. ". i. ordered this week to stand trial on charges of viola-
tion of the Public Order Act which bans the display of physical force
for political purposes. The court order was issued by Chief Magistrate
Robert Blundell in Bow Street ----------
after a two-day hearing. i
date was set for the trial
and his three aides were
on bail of E100 poundsi
each. The three aides are I
tioned about 12 pounds of sodium
clorate said to have been found
in Jordan's London headquarters,
testifed that if the chemical was
mixed with sugar, it would pro-
yndall. the national were- duce explosives equal in blast
Van Kerr-Ritch.e. "research j pow9r to more thln 100 en.
and Dennis Pine, assist- -e|t$,
kioii.i) secretary. They were
Kd specificall> with seeking Prosecutor Griffith Jones de-
Bd an organization known as scribed Jordan as the leader ol
Knead." for the purpose of Spearhead, and named Tyndall as
Vhy-ical force for their poli- deputy leader and Kerr-Ritchie
tical am -
B-G in Finland
i
For Arab Talks
HORV/ICIANS AISO IMPRtSSID PAOl 9A
A War Office scientist, ques-
and Pirie as section leaders. The
Continued on Prie 11-A
JUSTICE FRANKFURTER
. 'Y)
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Mosur ruts kottew kg ust
Fascist Union Meet Ends
la Melee and 40 Arrests
M):>N(JTAi British courts
B^.-i sentences Monday on
Hth..:: 40 persons arrested in
H melee that erupted when
H listeners breke through
| police cordons to attack Sir
Mosley Sunday and smash
iting of his Fascist Union
lent in the heavily Jewish
!nd section of London.
|ey had originally planned a
through that section, but
reed to cancel that activity
;ed with crime
)el Bars U.S.
from Entry
\\ \l.EM (JTA) The ls-
y me Court dismissed this
an application by Mervyn
I I Clevt land, for an order
interior Ministry to issue to
Ian immigration visa The
Justice tribunal rule.I two to
insl the application without
lent, announcing that a detail-
ing would he issued later The
will be appealed.
crucial point before the
?r.al was whether a person
ged with a crime, but not
ficted of it, was "a person
la criminal past likely to en-
er the public peace." Pros-
live immigrants so classified
Bot migrate to Israel under
Law of Return.
was indicted in the United]
on charges of fraudulent fi-
al transactions in that coun-
He arrived in Israel with a
ort which he said he lost af-
substitute passport was tak
om him by the United States
in Naples to force him to
I trial.
when the London Police Commis-
sioner, Sir John Simpson, under
mounting public pressure on Brit-
ish Home Secretary Henry Brooke,
banned all political parades in the
area during the weekend.
A related clash occurred in
nearby Dalston, where the anti-
Fascist Yellow Star movement
held a marathon 12-hour rally to
prevent another neo-Nazi group,
the British National Party, from
holding a planned meeting there-
The neo-Nazis gave up after
waiting through an all-night
series of speeches. But when
several "nationalists" tried to
hold a meeting a few blocks
from the Yellow Star site, they
were attacked and beaten, a
number of them beiryj hospital-
ized.
One of the first to be sentenced
was a man who had previously
been convicted three limes for
similar attacks on British neo-
NaZ'S at public rallies. Sentenced
to 21 days he said that, if fighting
Fascism mean) breaking the law,
he intended to go right on break
ing it Another defendant said he
had been awarded six medals dur-
Worid War II for fighting Na
Continued on Page 3-A
Justice Felix Frankfurter
resigned from the United
States Supreme Court after
23 years on the bench. In
announcing the resignation.
President Kennedy describ-
ed his devotion to the high
court as "service (during
which) the direction of
lie law has been channeled
by many important decis
:ons which he rendered."
President Kennedy's ap
pointment of Secretary of
Labor Arthur Goldberg to
succeed the ailing 80-year-
old Frankfurter last Wednes-
day has since been hailed
across the land.
. see Page 7-A
HELSINKI(JTA>Prime Min-
ister Ahti Karjalainen said here
alter a half-hour talk with visiting
Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion, that Finland's stand in
favor of direct Israel-Arab peace
talks remained firm.
It was indicated that, if the pro
posal came up at the next United
Nations General Assembly session.
Finland would vote for it as it did
at the UN Assembly last year. The
Finnish Prime Minister told a
press conference that "it is our
regular policy to support proposals
of peaceiul negotiations and to try
to prevent violence There is no
change in this policy."
Mr. Ben-Gurion, who arrived
at Helsinki Monday night on his
five-nation Scandinavian tour,
lunched at President Kekonnen's
home after a friendly talk, and
was guest of honor at an official
binner given here by the Finnish
Government. The Prime Min-
ister had. begun his month-long
tour with visits to Sweden and
Norway.
Belore his departure from Oslo
Saturday night, Mr. Ben-Gurion
Continued on Page 16-A
Catholic Laymen Assail
Jesuit Warning to Jewry
AJCOMMfrrcf in pir
PACl 10 A
NEW YORK(JTA)A vigorous lay Catholic attack on a Jesuit
editorial warning that the Jewish battle against religious practices in
schools could provoke Catholic anti-Semitism was the highlight of a
new series of developments this week in the continuing church state
debate.
The Jesuit-edited America" uru- di,cd b* Lay^n, declared that
ed American Jewry to drop ils sup-
port oi efforts to end such prac-
tices, asserting that such activities
had evoked "disturbing hints of
heightened anti-Semitic feelings"
among American Catholics. The
"America" editorial asked: "When
court victories produce only a har-
vest of tear and distrust, will it all
have been worthwhile'"
"Commonweal," the weekly
if the editors of "America" had
seen signs of ant'-Semitism aris-
ing from the legal struggle which
led to the U.S. Supreme Court
June 25 decision banning use in
New York public schools of the
New York Regents official pray-
er, "we find their method of
combatting it very odd and the
questions they address to the
Continued on P*ge 8-A
CHIEF OF STAFF SPEAKS
Danger Seen
In Rift Between
Arab Chieftains
JERUSALEM l JTAl The
possibility that the growing inter-
I Arab rifts might bring "an un-
planned and unpredictable inci-
dent on Israel's borders was
stressed this week by Chief of
Staff Zvi Tzur in a .-pitch at cere-
monies marking the release of a
reserve unit which had completed
its summer exercises
Hi said the threat of such an
1 incident arising from "the present
unstable position of the Middle
I ;.-! was just as great as the
threat to Israel from a decision by
tht Arabs to start an official war
. gainst Israel. "This instability
can spring up in any section of
our borders." he warned.
He stressed that for these rea-
sons "it is our goal to strength-
en our military power. If we
do not, our fate will be dictated
by the Arabs. It is essential that
we maintain the logic of the bal-
ance of power with them. If we
fail tc do so, we endanger our
own lives."
Israeli officials watched with in-
terest tht widening split between
President Nasser of Egypt, and the
er Aral' -Kites emphasized in
the joint Jordan-Saudi Arabia an-
nouncement of plans lor close mil-
itarj and economic cooperation.
of special interest here was a
reaffirmation in the statement of
the common enmity of the two
Arab countries toward Israel and
tii "act within a unified
plan :< restore at all costs -acred
rights in Palestine." The
joint announcement accused Mass-
t: ( : .-haltering Arab units
Make Rockwell Register as Agent, JWV Urges
DETROIT (JTA1 The Jew-
ish War Veterans at its 67th an-
nual convention here requested this
week that the Attorney General of |
the United States take immediate !
steps to have American Nazi Party
leader George Lincoln Rockwell j
register as a foreign agent. In a ;
telegram to Attorney General Rob-
ert Kennedy, the organization cit-
ed recent international hate-mon-.
gering activities in England.
"The announced formation in
Britain last month of an interna-
tional Fascist movement makes it
imperative that these lice be un-
der perpetual surveillance as an
arm of an alien philosophy. Those
who remember Hitler and the geno-
cide he created are apprehensive
that this may be the opening shot
ol similar episodes all over the
world as witnessed in Argentina.
Uruguay and other parts of the
world. Our delegates are await-
ing a reply." the telegram read.
"Our point of view," the tele-
gram pointed out, "is that ex-
posure of these vermin will awak-
en Americans to the danger of
this new international move-
ment. We believe that, today,
organizations such as the Amer-
ican Nazi Party, which incites
Americans to hatred and distrust,
are part and parcel of the Com-
munist conspiracy and should be
exposed as such."
The delegates also urgtci Pres-
ident Kenned) to demand that Ar-
gent. n: curb its anti-Semitism.
h i telegram, the President was
urged "to take immediate action
demanding that the Governments
of Argentine and Uruguay protect
thi men than 500.000 Jews living
within their borders against hard-
it rt Fascist extremists. Because
ol the many unreconstructed Nazis
Argentina, tht possibil-
ity oi a Nazi rebirtl it not re-
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F.idoy, September 7
Commission Sets Hearing for Strickland Charges
A DAVID RAfVIS
v,.,-, mi .. South Mi-
. teacht r wrote letter
Ji wish Floridian and other
spapers and communitj h ad
ers here i a judge with
making anti-Semitic remarks in
his courtroom.
Now that judge will have to ap-
pear before a full-dres public
S pt 2(i He is Judge
n S kland, who may be
juilt\ i f m alfeasance if the
charge- aeainst him broushl bv
Ken. of 8311 SW 12th
ter are substantiated.
County Attorney Dirrv Divis
re<-0-nme-rled the hearing after
making a th.orou.-h inves'io-tion
of the charges, which Cohen
leveled at Judge Strickland be-
cause Strickland allegedly re-
maned in ccjrt that "You Jews
are the same; SO percent plead
not guilty.''
Ac< ;.<". a mi
f the facult> al Southwi
S ool, Strickland
spat oui thes Cohen
appea I re him on June 8
for a traffic violation.
Judge Strickland was conduct'
ing the court < n the honor t) m
thai da) because 'he officer who
ticketed Cohen failed to show up
Cohen ^aid that most of the people
appearing before him pleaded "not
guilty Strckland is ehai ged
with bavins made the anti-Semitic
comment whi aded the
way
Durii 'h'' mv'
:,-,.. pai '-. -worn ;
mony from ll witni lies inclu
en and Strickland Some o
ihr witi ess< came forth volun
tarilj chargu Strickland
itic -'.iti ments and (
tions in his own neighhorhi
Shoul I tl Com ': Commissi in.
h appo nt< ci Strickland to "t
Primer on Communism is Circulated Here
A "Profile o-i Communism." edit
ed by Moshe Dector, is bein^ mail-
er! to many civic leaders in Great-
er Miami The basic primer in
Communism ha.- been published
under the sponsorship of the Anti-
.', i :ama*ion League of B'nai B'rith
A. David Rayvis, pres lenl
Lodge, B'nai B'rith. this
i k declan I k i~
. .\ valuable because we
> much as we bout
Communism in order to know our
eoi j
Tt is also a timely publical
pvis pointed out. 'in lisht of
s on Communism beins
introduced ". I h s< hool sy -
< Flori H "
Rayv:s said that "Profile on
Com has been pr itsed by
many noted American leaders and
nizations. including the V S
Junior Chamber of Commerce,
American Bar Assn., and the In-
stitute for American Strategy
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Sunday. 9:30 a.m.. at the Temple
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This will be followed by a Men's
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lay, September 7, 1962
*. #0M'/#- IfHTirg-fi^g-
Facre 3-A,
Israel in Tribute To the Fallen
Legion from N'e Y

-~v
Db Tma, world chairman of Keren Kayemeth Lelsrael,
jaks cl a Martyrs Memorial Observance at the site of the
".encar. Veterans" Forest in Israel. Members of Israel's
led Fc.-ces look on.
leiee Ends Fascist Meet
Cont.'r.td from Page 1-A
Mosl : the defendants re-
ed fin i i (wo to K: 10 ($5.60
28
losle) kicked and punched
In th' ing crowd .>f 3.000
|e u| his meeting dispite ef-
bj ; olice reinforcements
dei 1 s< king to protect him.
l/as hit as he lelt his ear for
platform to make a speech.
first rds were drowned out
storm i I catcalls. At the SUg
Ion of 1 lice, Mosley decided
lialt th meeting. The crowd
thri and Moale) scam
foi his car. the target of a
tei of 1 :i eggs. The inci
mxct"r Q'flfl
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dent was almost a repetition of a
-imilar meeting a month ago, in
'another section of the East End,
when he was knocked down and
kicked
As a result of the riotous neo-
n.i/i meetings, the Home Secre-
tary barred the use of London's
Trafalgar Square to the ultra-right
winy groups, and followed that up
with the ban on political parades.
The Fascist leader declared
after his meeting was broken up
that he had publicly condemned
Hitler "and the killing of th*
Jews in cold blood" and that he
was not an anti-Semite. He con-
tended that there was a "sys-
tematic" Communist campaign
"to confuse us with the lunatic
fringe like Jordan, whose ideas
are completely alien to us." The
reference was to Colin Jordan,
leader of the British National
Socialists who, with three other
party, officials, faces trial on
charges of violating the British
Public Order Act.
Rev. William Sargent, founder
of the Yellow Star, reported be-
tore the Sunday meetings not un-
derway that he and his wife had
received threatening telephone
calls, including one referring to
a blast Frida) nigh) at the Adath
Yi.-n>cl Synagogue.
Rev Sar I said the caller
said "we dynamited the synagogue
ind if you don't keep your mouth
shut, we'll dynamite you." Explo-
sive experts were studying frag-
ments of the home-made bomb
which exploded 40 minutes alter
some Ipo worshippers had com-
pleted services and left. Damage
was slight The synagogue is
about a mile from Ridley Road
Dalston, where the Yellow Star
movement held its marathon rally.
By Special Report
Nachal volunl.....- foreign vol-
unteer soldier-1 assembled at the
American Vet Tans for Israel Fin-
est planted by the Jewish National
Fund near Jerusalem, to pay tribute
to their fallen comrades at a re-
cent service there. The forest was
planted by the Fund in 1951 in the
Jerusalem Corridor to commem-
orate the volunteers from the Unit-
ed States who gave their lives for
Israel's independence.
The ceremony was arranged by
the Association of Americans and
Canadians, together with the
South African an I British Zionist
organizations. Zahal, the Israel
Ministry of Defense and the Jew-
ish National Fund. The gathering,
including members of the bereav-
ed families and settlers from the
West, were addressed by Jacob
Tsur. world chairman of the Keren
Kayemeth Lelsrael; Shimon Dror,
Of the Ministry of Defense; Rabbi
Louis Rabinowitz, south African
An Armj Guat was
and Col Dam,,.- i, of the plaques bearing the n
I rime Mmisl r's office .. rmer laIlen, The ceremonj i
Machal volunteer tin sounding ol the i.. P -
States.
m of Fl Mole Ra
Wreaths were lai I by Machal :'mim by an army cantor II
veterans and by Fred Mallet, a e.l with a gunfire salute by the
former commander of the Jewish lirinj part) ol the Armed Guard.
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Friday, September 7. 1962
>lrnfcf> Fhrkttor
Workmen's Circle District Confab Hears
Praise of Organization's Book Campaign
Page 5-A
RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO
Rabbi Shapiro
Off to Confab
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, of
! .;!. David Congregation, has been
filed, together with a select
imber oi Conservative rabbis
from the lulled States and Can-
; da. by the Jewish Theological
s, initi.ir> ..i America to explore
lestions concerning the moral
implications of the rabbinate at a
two-day conference in New York
lily on Sept. 11 and 12. at the
Seminary.
The conference is being con-
( acted under the auspices of the
Herbert H. Lehman Institute of
Ethics. Rabbi Shapiro will par-
l.cipale in the deliberations of the
iconference and will be one of the
st takers.
By Special Report
Jacob T. Zukerman, president of
the Workmen's Circle, national
Jewish fraternal and cultural or-
ganization, told 150 delegates to
the organization's annual Southern
District conference held here at
the Henry Grady hotel in Atlanta
Ga., over the Labor Day weekend
that "positive support for demo-
cracy is one of our most important
weapons in our cold war with Com-
munism."'
He praise:), as "an outstanding
example" of such support, the
Workmen's Circle leadership in At-
, lanta and other cities in the Books
from America campaign. Carried
out in cooperalion witih the Peo-
ilc-to People program headed by
former President Dwighl D Eisen-
hower. Ihe campaign has gathered
I over one million books on Ameri-
can science and technology and the
American way of life for distribu-
tion to students and libraries in the
new nations of Asia and Africa.
The campaign also earned for
the national fraternal order a
Distinguished Service Citation
from the United Slates Informa-
tion Agency, which sponsors the
People-to-People Program.
Zukerman toll the conference,
which represents branches of the
Workmen's Circle in 14 major
southern cities ranging from Miami
I to Houston, that be regarded the
action of Atlanta branches in asso-
ciating themselves with the Su-
preme Court decision on school in-
: tegration "another outstanding *x-
. ample of positive support for dem-
ocracy."
"The fact is," he said, "that the
City of Atlanta as a whole has dem-
onstrated that the problem of
school integration, which is one of
the most difficult we face, in the
North as well as the South, can
best be handled with a combination
of moderation and courage, a devo-
tion to the basic principles of our
democracy coupled with an under-
standing that calm and orderly
procedure often produces the mosl
meaningful gains."
"We cannot abandon our demo-
cratic faith in the interests of ex-
pediency." he said. "But neither
ran we ignore the educational pro-
cess indispensable to the u*reat soc-
ial and economic changes now in
progress in the South."
"In this era of cold war." he
said, "we must also keep in mind
that our failures in this area play i
into the hands of those who seek I
lo subvert our democratic society
and to conquer the world for com-
munism "
The Workmen's Circle conference ,
opened Saturday and continued |
through Tuesday.
BEN LtRNER
Social Club Will
Air Medicare
Miami Friendly Social Club will
meet Sunday. 2 p.m.. in the social
hall of Beth El Congregation. 500
SW 17th ave.
Now a member of the National
Council of Senior Citizens for
health care through social secur-
ity, the group will discuss "Medi-
care."
Social meetings of the club are
held every Thursday at 7 p.m.
Lerner to Head
Fund Committee
Ben Lerner. Miami manufactur-
er of plastics, was named chair-
man of the building lund commit-
tee of Young Israel oi Greater
Miami this week.
At the same time. Emanuel J.
Unger. president of the synagogue,
revealed plans for a $100. 000
building at 990 NE 171st st.. to
provide religious, educational and
recreational facilities lor the
northern part of Dade county.
Young Israel, a traditional
Orthodox congregation, with
branches in many of the principal
cities of the U.S., aims to "main-
tain a program of spiritual, social
and communal activity, compatible
with the Orthodox faith and good
Americanism."
Other members of the commit-
tee are I)!- Sol Nussbaum, M:iton
Gottlieb. Harry Lerner. Herman
Eisenberg. Murray Vr..u Gooze, Marvin Lipman. Joseph
Greenberg, Louis R< senberg. Sol
Kalchman. Councilman Irwin Sen-
arf. Marvin Borenstein. Sami I I
Baumel. Sam Gmen and Joseph
Margolis.
Southwest Center Breakfast
Southwest Jewish Center Men's
Club will welcome the students en-
rolled in the Sunday school at
breakfast on Sunday at S:30 a :n.
Dave Siegel. president of the gr up,
is in charge of arrange ire i :.-
Jjn the EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
\>: reading the headline in
V ami Herald last Saturday.
'< ul an Boat Fire- at U.S. Plane,"
the sub-head, "Ordered to
Bi k.'" I decided that right
after the Sabbath 1 must write a
ttei i i ur President, stressing
important questions:
II we have a right t > fire
. :.i ke I and I believe
dn ; Israel have a
an .. tack on her
. power an.! des
the enem>'.- position?
, ii try believe in
-" e only I .:< '.< but not for
3. Since the majority of the
-atior.s of the world are, like Is-
ael, small and weak, what ef-
tet can our double standard of
morals have upon these nations
-i winning them over to our side?
4 In a world as materialistic as
- where ethics and morals are
I latantly lacking, what kind of
example is our own government
'ting for the average American
'< lollow?
5 Is America losing its soul in
the struggle for power politics and
laking on the image of the enemy?
These questions need exploring
nithin the context of a social order
' a religious framework, with the
" < of religion raised to safeguard
'h high standards of American
RABBI JONAH CAPLAN
Temple Adath Yeshurun
Dade Heights Will
Open Season
*l the first meeting of the new
son. Dade Heights Sisterhood
' II present an original play. "Al
Kained Out"
ir and director is Anita Kill-
rhe meeting is scheduled for
B:15 p. m. at Dade
hts.
asl will include Judy Kaplan.
Levy, Dolores Miller. Berime
Snapiro. Lenort Warren, and Marcy
IWciss. Malene Danoff will be at
l1:t Piano.
He served his country under six presidents
When President Theodore Roosevelt
named Oscar Straus the Secretary of
Commerce and Labor in 1906, it marked
the first time that an American Jew had
been appointed to the Cabinet. The choice
of Straus was singularly apt, for some
twt nty yean earlier he had been the first
,!( w to be appointed an ambassador.
Oscar S Straus began his forty-six
_\(T.:- career of public service when, as a
ing lawyer, he servo: as secretary of
committee to re-elect William R.
. Mayor of New York. Grace de-
feated Ir.- Tanin any opponi nt and
Straus wason his way. In 1887, Presi
< land appointed !.:. I' S Mil
ti Turk< ;, Strau.- ser\. ,. -- i r. signii
took <>::u-e.
Ir. .:. ensuing years, 1- wever, l
Presidents Harrison -. McKinley i
upon Straus' \asi knowledge cf we rid
affairs, the latter once again appointing
him Minister to Turkey. And President
Taft was subsequently to reappoint him
to that same post for the third time.
When Theodore Roosevelt took office,
one of his first official acts was to appoint
Oscar Straus a member of the Permanent
Court of Arbitration at the Hague.
Roosevelt had such a high opinion of
Straus that he made him a member of his
"kitchen cabinet." One day, in 190fi, at
the White House. Roosevelt said. "I
want you to become a member of my
Cabinet. I have a very high estimate "f
your character, your judgment and your
ability." Straus was ;.: | i inted S< en tary
of Commerce and Labor.
Perhaps tin- high point < :" Straus'
ar< i r came after the first W< rid War.
:i he worked intimately with Presi-
dent Wilson to create the Leagw
Nations. Wilson paid him the unusual
compliment of writing, "I want to Hike
the opportunity to say how valuable' in
every way your support and enthusiasm
for the I-eague of Nations has been."
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JbtfM fhwidUnn
Page 7-A
Goldberg Bench Appointment Hailed
WASHINGTON (JTA) Pres-
ident Kennedy's appointment to
the Supremo Court of Secretary of
Labor Arthur Goldberg, succeed-
ing Associate Supreme Court Jus-
tice Felix Franfurter. who has re-
signed due to ill-health, was wide-
ly hailed this week.
Although the Goldberg nomina-
tion would reinforce the "liberal"
wing of the Court, praise for Mr.
Kennedy's choice came from both
Democrats and Republicans. Sen-
ate Republican Lea ..or Everett
Dirkson called Mr. Goldberg a
ruan who "'measures up to every
Standard required for a place on
the Supremo Court." Many Dem-
ocratic Senators lauded Mr. Gold-
berg's character, intelligence, and
courage.
The Washington Star said edi-
torially that "Mr. Goldberg, as a
member of the Court, will turn
out to be a conservative in the
true and meaningful sense of the
word. For the benefit of those
who may doubt this, we recall
the dismay with which so many
received the word of Justice
Frankfurter's appointment back
in 1939."
The loading New York dailies
were unanimous in lauding the up
pointment The New York Times,
which also paid tribute to ret ring
Justice Folix Frankfurter, declar-
ed that "the appointment of Ar-
thur J. Goldberg brings to the Su-
preme Court a strong believer in
the necessity for expanding Gov-
ernment activities to meet the com-
plex requirements of our industrial
society. His record as Secretary
Arthur H. Courshon (left), board chairman of Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Assn., presents a diploma to Jorge
Guzman, of Santiago, one of five Chilean financial executives
to complete a 10-day training course on savings and loan
systems. The men are all managers of newly-opened associ-
ations in Chile. Washington Federal runs the school in
I conjunction with the Agency for International Development
i of the State Department.
-------------------------
Buenos Aires Police Chief
Confers With Top Leaders
Have mart
Business Meeting,
anqust, or
Special Occasion
BL'E.N lIRES (JTA) Two
lop leaders ol the DAIA, represen-
me bodj of Argentine Jewry
el for !>ir n inutes this week with
olice Captain Horai i i Green al
e police official's invitation.
Dr l ... Goldberg, DAIA presi-
lent, and ir Alejandro Luttsky.
Al.\ secretary, discusse I quag-
tons affecting the Jewish commun-
y \i other information on the
o-.teiit ol trie talks, which follow-
d '"< fit rrests :n the outbursts
anti-Semitic incidents in Argon
ba. wj leased. Two youths
ere undei arrest >n charges of
legal possession of firearms and
Image to property. They admit-
_jd the> had fired Tuesday oven
r.'t a tlie;,tor presenting a Jew-
play. A third youth arrested
the incident was released.
I Captain Green told a press con-
ference .'.151 June 2S that he oppos
mti the action of the DAIA in call-
ing a ct.rday protest strike of
ewish -tores, factories, offices
r-d schools on that day. The
police official had been summon-
Bd by President Guido, of Argen-
|ina, for o report on the incidents.
Be told newsmen after the meet-
that he had "exposed" to
resident Guido "the risk repre-
(r.ted by the manner in which
is Israelite organization pre-
sents things, together with the
decision they took to take justice
in their own hands, adopting
measures of force."
The throe arrested youths denied
the) had any part in the wave of
anti Semitic incidents in Buenos
Aires, cr thai tncy were members
i the neo-Nazi youth organization,
Tacuara. Harrigue Castex was the
yoi h who was release:. Luis
N'oettinger and Julio Crotto were
those hold. They were arrested in
a stationwagon as they were fir-
ine a machinegun at a Jewish-own-
ed tourist agency.
Deep grief" over the recent
anti-Semitic outbreaks in Uruguay
has boon meanwhile expressed to
Parband-Labor Zioinist Order in a
otter signed by Sr B Ochoteco,
Charge d'Affaires In the Embassy
of Uruguay in Washington. The
Utter also contains assurances that
the authorities in Uruguay are
handling "promptly and properly"
the attempt by "some anti-Jewish
pi rsons to perpetuate crimes
against our Jewish community."
Ochoteco wrote in response to a
communication sent to the Urugu-
ayan Ambassador by Louis Segal,
general secretary of Farband, a
national Jewish fraternal organiza-
tion, expressing concern over the
recent anti-Jewish outbursts.
of Labor has demonstrated the
Beth David School astoni8hins diversity of his tal-
ents.-'
Enrollment Up The HeraldTribune linked Jus
Mrs. Ben Kazer and Dr Herman
Meyer, co-chairmen of Beth Da-
. vid's board of education, this week
expressed their "gratitude" at the
rate of enrollment for Beth Da-
vid's religious school, "both at the
main school and at its branch in
South Dade."
"It is anticipated that the at-
1 tendance this year will surpass all
, prior years." they said.
Although school started this
week, late registrants are still be-
ing accepted.
What particularly pleased us."
they said "is the enthusiastic re-
ception given this year to our
branch school. The enrollment
has almost doubled over last
year."
Assisting in the work of the com-
mittee are Harold Borko. Mrs. Lil-
lian Berns, Harry Cypon, Leonard
Gordon. Mrs, Bernice Gottlieb,
Eugene Heiman, Maurice Kellner,
Mrs, Frances I.omaskin. Manuc
Lubel, Mrs. Bess Marder, Fred
lOssip, Michael Schachter, Law-
rence Shorr. and Melvin Weinkle.
lice Frankfurter's retirement witn
Mr. Goldberg's appointment, de-
claring that the appointee's le d
experience "is specialized if thor-
ough. He will have much to learn
but ho has, fortunately, a particul-
arly illustrious model" in retiring
Justice Frankfurter.
The New York Times, in a pro-
file on Mr. Goldberg, sai; hi> fath-
er, an immigrant from Russia,
worked a- a peddler in Texas for
a year and a half before moving
on to Chicago. There he acquired
a horse ;:t.il wagon and started a
small business carting fruits and
vegetables.
Secretary Goldberg, the Times
! emphasized, obcrves the Jewish
holidays. The Chicago rabbi who
married him and Dorothy Kurgans
is a guest at the Goldberg home
whenever he comes to Washington.
\!r Goldberg graduated from
Northwestern University Law
School at the top of his class

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I Cantor Steiner received his edu-
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Friday. September 7
1362
Catholic Laymen Assail Jesuit Warning to Jews
stater
Continued from Paga 1-A
Jewish community even odder."
'.: there is any real danger of|
a: t:;emitism developing among
( ..lies, said the "Commonweal" |
reply, then Catholics should be
":c\. as sharply as possible of the
sir ci any form of anti-Semitism "
Ths Commonweal" editorial also
sail that the American system of I
Bettl.'ng public disputes by law
i bo wrecked if minority
gi s were "made to fear" i"-
u I courts to judge their claims.
the ime time, New V
Sta'.i Commissioner of E
Allen. Jr., ruled :i gainsi
its-. : anj part of Thi v' ir
S lit Banner ;is a substitute
t he ed Regi nl Prayer
1 li k--. lie Long Islan I, ch
I d< ci 'i immedi ii
: me 25 ruling to substit ite .i
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ntain.s I
J Is Prayei
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Mil insteii
hildren Ittei
subi
is
rel
tion "in a local house of wor-
ship." The Commissioner, in ban
ning use of the National Anthem
as a school prayer, upheld her
petition. He stressed, however,
that any part of the National
them could be read, sung or re-1
cited in the schools and he sug-
gested a moment of silent medi-
tation in schools as ;i guideline to
school boards
New criticisms from Jewish
sources against the "America"
warning also were heard during
the week Rabbi Richard C.
Hirsch. speaking for the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tionsone of the organizations
cited in the "America" editor-
ialsaid Catholics ought to know
that ir. the nineteenth century it
was Cathol'c parents and clergy
who repeatedly brought suit in
the courts against religious prac-
tices in the public schools. He
praised the "Commonweal" pol-
icy.
ican Jews, or any minority group,
"from asserting its values and go-
ing to the courts for the preserva-
tion of its rights." Addressing the
8th annual national of the Jewish
War Veterans. Mr Weinstein said
An- he hoped the editors of -America"
did not want Jewish groups to
stop asserting their beliefs in basic
principles for reasons of 'security'
or as a 'bargain purchase'
In still another development,
more than half of ihe IK.1""' school
administrators in the United suites
indicated their disapproval ol the
June L'.ri decision The> were poll-
ed by the Nations' Schools, a
monthl) educational joui
The poll alMi found thai
ol the 46 percent reporting
selves in agreement with th
expressi
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Page 9-A
Norwegian Officials Impressed With B-G's Views

OSLO Wway-.JTA .-Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion met for
WO hours this week with Norwegian Foreign Minister Halvard Lange
ior talks which the Norwegian Cabinet member called "exchanges"
cf views but not negotiat.ons. He added the talks were -most useful
for the Norwegian side."
The talks took place during the-------------------------------------------------'
second day of Mr. Ben-Gurion\
visit to Norway, the second coun-
try he visted during a month-long
may discuss this matter. It is
too early to answer now as to
what Norway's position will be
tour of five Scandinavian countries, on this point, we will discuss
The Norwegian Minister said he I
listened "with the greatest Inter
e?l In the discussion by the Prime1
'ZWARD KLEIN
Minister of the situation in the
Middle East."
In reply to questions from
newsmen, Lange said: "In con-
nection with Middle East prob
this matter at Helsinki at the
meeting of Scandinavian Foriegn
r/inisters. If the point is not
raised by others, I will rase it."
The Prime Ministers of the two
countries exchanged assurances ol
lly relations and continued
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refugee problem ar.i the "ext I he Norwegian Government for Mr.
United Nations session which Ben-Gill
Stressing the fact that Israel and
Norway shared the characteristic
of being small countries dependent
on their human, rather than their
physical resources, Premier Einar
Gerhardsen said: "We are gen-
uinely plea-ed that relations be-
tween Norway and Israel are very
friendly, and it is our desire to
still further develop the good rela-
tions between our countries. I am
pleased 'u be able to assure you
of this "
The Israel Prime Minister,
speaking in Yiddish, made an ad-
dress to the Jewish Community of
Oslo at the Kehila House. In ad-
dition to his immediate audience
of 300 Jews, the speech was
heard by an assemblage of Jews
in Trondheim to which it was
transmitted by a special tele.
, phone line, thus making it poss-
ible for nearly all of Norway's
Jews to hear him.
The Prime Minister began hia
Oslo visit with a 90-minute talk
with Premier Gerhardsen, the first
meeting of the two Premiers.
There was no information on
whether Premier Gerhardsen hai
, promised Mr. Ben-Gurion anything
[ about Norway's position at ths*
United Nations when the annu.il
vote comes up on the Arab refug te
problem.
Mr. Ben-Gurion was received :' r
30 minutes bj King olav V at I i
Palace. The Prime Minister a l
the King chatted informally about
the Hebrew language, immigral i
to Israel and some of [si el's prob>
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Friday, September 7, 1962
AJCommittee Replies to Editorial in 'America'
even if the 'militant'
By Special Report
NEW YORK The American
Jewish Committee, in a statement
which appears in the Sept. 8 issue
of the Catholic weekly "America."
strongly criticizes "America's" edi-
torial for confusing efforts to im-
plement the First Amendment
with a campaign to remove relig-
ion from American life.
In a 1,200-uonl statement, the
Committee scores views which
were set forth by an 'America"
editorial Sept l on the Supreme
Court decision barring the Regents'
Prayer in New York State schools.
Entitled, "To Our Jewish
Friends," the "America" edi-
torial warned Jews against an
Outbreak of anti-Semitism in this
country if some "militant" Jew-
ish groups persisted in their ef-
f&rts in the courts to keep relig-
ious practices out of the public
school system. "America" is a
weekly journal edited by Jesuits.
The Committee's statement, en-
titled "To Our Catholic Friends,
centered its response on the theme
ot the "America" editorial, which
called upon Jews to stave off the
thriat of anti-Semitism by aban-
doning or compromising commit
nienis to the protection of the
First Amendment of the Constitu-
tion as interpreted by the Supreme
Court.
In making this point, the "Amer-
ica" editorial raised the question
Hi to what kind of "bargain" Jews
;.:< willing "to strike as one oi
the minorities in a pluralistic so-
ciety" to avert the danger of anti-
S ism.
Cantor Fein Will
Be Honored Here
Beth F.meth Congregation will
Cantor Hyman Fein at the
Friday night services, and at the
or!. Shabbat following the Ber
vices, for the five years he Mas
tx i: with the Temple.
tor Fein received hi- training
! ::. In- lather, and he has per-
I rmed with Cantors l'inchyk.
M she Kousevitsky and Leibele
Waldman.
i ; ntor Fein and his wife came
to Miami in 1941. Soon after, he
joined the Temple Emanuel Choir
;i- .. soloist.
Terming this "a very strange
piece of advice." the Committee
-tresses "the right of every Amer-
ican group to express its viewpoint
and press its position through the
imparilal judicial process which
our democratic state has establish-
ed for such purposes." The Com
mittee points out that this is not
a matter for "bargaining." and
that Catholics have never consid-
ered ii so themselves in "pressing
their views" in the legislatures
and the courts. "By and lar e,
Catholics have not allowed their
minority status to determine their
position on what they have consul
ered crucial issues of principle
In this context, the Commit-
tee recalls that during the nine-
teenth ard the first quarter of
the twentieth century. Catholics
conducted an intensive cm-.paign
Rabbi Schiff
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Rabbi Solomon Schiff. of Con-
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Or Sunday morning at 11 a. m .
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'"A Time lor Reflection "
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against the reading of Hm King
James version of the Bibb in
the public schools, undeterred
by the possibility of anti Catho
licism which their action; might
invoke, and without regard for
whether victory wou!'1 oroduce
"a harvest of fear and mistrust"
which "America" has predicted
for Jews.
The s t a t e m en t adds For
'America' to take the tone of an
aggrieved majoritj a It lonishing
.in imprudent minority suggests a
double standard ot judgment."
As for community relations prob-
lems involved in the current con
troversj over the Supreme Court
decision on the Regents' Prayer,
the Committee called upon re
ble groups and civic o
izations to observe "the ground
rules of debate which stru'tK con-
Jewish ,-.
ganizations were to abandon their
position on the First Amendment?"
Of the tendency to ex.,
fine discussion to the merits of the and distort responsibility t jews
Similarly, the committee the CommitUe states:
is-ue
stress* the i m po rt a nee of
"promptly and vigorousl) repudi-
ating any appeals to prejudice."
A major point made by the AJC
statement is that the America"
editorial exaggerated and distort
ed the role ol Jews anil their in-
fluence m affecting the secular
ization of American life. The
Committee statement emphasized
thai Jews 'relig'cus and secular]
ether, numbered less than 3
percent ol the total l S popula-
tion" .ml thai mere than a third
31 the total c S population are
Christians without church affilia
"Given these statistics.*' the
Committee statement said, "would
the problem of secularism within
tin- Christian community ho solved
"l has not been uncommon in
history for Christians to asslgn
to Jews a symbolic role which is
unrelated to their real influence
and which allows them to be-
wna> a scapegoat for the prob-
lams of others. A singular serv-
ice would be rendered by the
editors of 'America- were they
to make it clear to their readers
that anti-Semitism has tradition-
ally fed on this tendency to ex-
aggerate the influence of Jews.''
In general, the Committee took
strong issue with the fad tl
America'' editorial wai
about the danger of heightened
anti-Semitism rather than I
the necesary step of den
the intrusion of religious I
into the arena oi public del
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The most intensive fall drive iniNegev with the aid of Israel Bend
the history of Israel Bonds will be dollars as quickly as possible
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>amuel Friedland, chairman of the can lu'lp make ,llP desert bloom
Greater Miami Israel Bond Organ- :'-;lin- ;in(i P,;K'(' Israel on the path
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.ng Championships in Lucerne, Switzerland. Sept. 6 to 9. The
squad, (left to right) is composed of Richard Millman. of
Chicago; Harvey Rubinstein, Detroit; Harry Blieden, Michigan
City, Ind.; George Hermann. Falls Church. Va.; Don Spero,
Glencoe, 111.; and Richard Schwartz, Cleveland. Coach-cox-
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The crew is sponsored by the U.S. Committee Sports for Is-
and swept the river in the Sixth World Macccbiah
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British Anti-Semites
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rore will participate in the effort.
either by having appeals during
High Holiday services, or by spon-
soring a dinner or other function
tir Israel Bonds. Nearly every
Orthodox, Conservative and Re-
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i..kes part in this traditional ef-
fort. Friedland noted.
Miami congregations join syna-
gogues throughout the nation in
the High Holiday Israel Bond
drive. Friedland pointed out that
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
is national vice chairman of the
synagogue effort.
Continued from Page 1-A
-. cutor told the court that on
Jones estimated that, so far.
S| < arhead had only about 25 mem-
[)"> m London. I'nder the pro-
Jordan, who was suspended from
his teaching post earlier this year,
was sentenced on Aug. 20 to two
months' imprisonment for his activ-
ities during a rally of his organiza- portance of helping Israel's new
(ion m London's Trafalgar Square citizens settle in homes and jobs.
last July i winch are being created in the
lie al-o was ordered hi Id for
trial, alorn. with three ol his lieu-
tenants, on charges oj violating
Britain's rublic Order Act. The
four neo-Nazis are tree mi bail
pending setting Oi a date for their
trial
Beth David Brunchecn
Theme oi the brunchecn meeting
ol B< th David Sisterhood on Wed-
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home with Sisterhood."
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Spearhead and also admitted re- lion job "pending a decision to be resion.
sibility for a number of articles made into his future with us "
.-."own him in various circulars. Tt_ ...
The Coventry Education Com-
mittee said this week that Jor-
dan had been dismissed from his
teaching post at a Coventry
school, effective Dec. 31.
"The development of the Negev,
Friedland noted, is the key to the
future of the State of Israel. This
is the area." he said, "in which a
large proportion of the present
wave of immigrants must be set-
tled. It must be the center of in-
tensive irrigation and industrial-
ization."
Friedland emphasized 'lie im-
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Fridoy. September 7. 1962
Beth David Men
Plan Installation
First meeting of the 1962-63 sea-
son of Beth David Men's Club will
take place on Sunday evening. 7:30
p.m.. in Spector Hall.
Louis Seitlin will be installed
president at the combination in-
stallation and membership meet-
tog. ... DM
Also to assume office will be
Michael Covin and Albert J Beer.
\:ce presidents: Jerry B Coburn.
secretary; and Irving Rosen, treas-
urer
Seitlin, a Miami insurance exec-
utive, is a member of one of
Eeth David's pioneer families.
it and his three brothers, as well
as his son, Larry, were all Bar
Mitzvah there.
Sidney Aronovitz, past president
( the congregation, will he install-
. officer Other highlights of the
evening will include porfessional
entertainment and an informal buf-
Members and their wives are
invited to attend.
Seitlin's wife, Annette, was re-
cently elected president of Beth
1 avid Sisterhood, making the bus-
band-and-wife team a unique
' first" in the 50-year history of the
legation.
Bureau Leaders Urge Instruction For Youth Here
LOUIS StITLIN
USY Chapter
Opens Season
On Tuesday evening. 7:30 p.m..
the first meeting of the current
school year of the senior chapter
< '. United Synagogue Youth at
Beth Torah Congregation will be
held
The 13 members of the group
vho recently returned from a
Leadership Training Institute of
the Southeastern region at Camp
Hue Star and the officers of the
group are planning the year's
t:hedule.
The chapter will he directed by
Goldh~Off and will include
cultural, religious and ath-
Ittic activities in its program.
Rabbi Brooks,
Cantor Zvi Set
Rabbi Hershel Brooks and Can-
tor Ben Zvi, both newly appointed.
will officiate this Friday evening
when Temple Zamora resumes
late services.
The Temple is open daily from
9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.. and 7:30 to
.10 p.m.. for registration in He-
,brew and Sunday schools and for
i the sale of tickets for the High
Holy Days.
Starting Monday evening, at 8:30
'p.m.. Rabbi Brooks will conduct
adult lectures on prayers and their
interpretations, customs and his-
tory of the High Holy Days. The
public is invited.
In 38 Jewish schools of Greater
Miami and Hollywood, first ses-
sions in the Hebrew departments
were held on Tuesday, and the Sun-
day school departments will open
this Sunday.
Over 11.000 students are expected
to register in the local schools,
eight of which are Reform, six are
Orthodox. K re 'Conservative,
and two are Yiddish.
Joseph Cohen, newly-elected
president of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, has issued a special
call to all Jewish parents to reg-
ister their children in a school
of their choice during the registra-
tion period which ends on Sunday.
I Jewish education must occupy
the number one position in Jewish
life Jewish children should be
:. gistered in Jewish schools so that
they may learn the great heritage
oi cur people, the traditions and
culture of Jews throughout the
i s, and Jewish ethics and ideals
; which have contributed to the dem-
ocratic foundation of the modern
I world," he declared.
The Bureau's Central Hebrew
High School will open on Monday.
Onlv students who are graduates
of junior high school departments
and have completed six years of
prior Hebrew training will be ac-
cepted. Herbert Berger. assistant
director of the Bureau, is director
oi the Central Hebrew High.
The Bureau is expanding its ob-
servation and consultation program
for all Jewish schools. All pers-
onnel will be trained through
classroom observation, seminars
lor teachers and special classes at
the Bureau's College of Jewish
Studies to be opened at Beth David
Congregation on Tuesday. October
30. and at Beth Torah Congregation
on Thursday. November 1.
Louis Schwartzman, Bureau di-
rector, urged early registration
and stated: "Jewish parents
should realixe how important it
is that their children grow up
with a deep love and understand-
ing of Jewish life.
He quoted from the resolution of
the recent World Conference on
Jewish Education in Jerusalem
which declared that "Jewish learn-
ing and its intensification are in-
dispensable to the well ; ng ol the
Jewish people."
Rabbi Machtei Honored
A luncheon honoring Rabbi and
Mrs S M. Machtei will be held on
Thursday. Sept. 13. 11:30 a.m.. at
Temple B'nai Shelom. Opa-locka.
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GEMS OF WISDOM
Great is labor: it confers honor
n th* Uborer. Talmud. :

See how thf Tofan values labor-
L -rf_.' uml l[i!Iv j s/irep pavj
jurfold, but for an ox. a work
\mmal. fivefold. meir

Where muscles stum jnj jurat
1 :';e brow, product and pro- I
Idiitei blend in a fabric of smew I
ind "cu< u'hich is indestructible.
PINKS.

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i inning ncttlf up. i;ittin

T/ii- wood you chop mjl(es you
irm ::., ut your burning it.
I U I KHACH.

'"' who .'jb.-r-i before the
kir/i can eat mi r S ibbath.
TALMUD.
.
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.
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3n <7L 9e/, Of JH,
rCcliglous JL^ife
ictnti s
Jews Must Explore Things
Necessary for Good Life
f\ elicfis
'7/,o

Merchant Insists on Test
NEW YORK (JTA) Charles
By RABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK
Southern Regional Director of
United Synagogue of America
The newest and most exciting
emphasis in the field of general
education in our country today is
in an area called 'character educa-
tion'"one which has attracted the
interest of some of the greatest psy-
chologists, sociologists, philosoph-
ers, and religious teachers in the
land. We have learned very well
how to impart knowledge, how to
develop skills, and how to broaden
the horizon of the intellect. We
have not been nearly as success-
ful in teaching people to appreciate
the beauty of the moral life and to
live accordingly.
Dealing with their "morality
gap" Is perhaps the greatest chal-
lenge which faces us today, if we
are to use the amazing tools of
science with any degree of sanity.
Research in this latest educational
frontier is now being conducted by
university professors from all over
O ervict* J hi B lA/e e h e 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-
leases received after that time will be returned as proor of
their lateness. '
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle av.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday (:S0 p.m. Saturday 8:JO a.m. I]
Sermon "Pockel Edition in American
Judaism."
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
RABBI ALIEN RUTCHIK
. morality gap
ihe country, under the guidance of a major Jewish, religii
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. R. Vusko, president.
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BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con.
ervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
FYIda> ; p.m in chapel. Saturday :
a.m. in main sanctuary. Bar Mltzvah:
hidah, Bon 'if Mr. and Hra Bernard
Sega I
e
BETH EL. 500 Sw irtn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
I*'riila> ; ;> in SattirdiM 30 n m > r-
mon: "Joining the Rank* ..f the
Lord." Bar Mltzvah Curt la. son ..f
Mr and Mrs Bei nard Bernati in
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fein.
- > Sermon "Sped fie
field in l.it.iiR> Cantor Hyman
In M ill 1.- hill< !! \>\ l he 'ii- :
-.. t i< 'ii Saturday 15 a m.
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BETH ISRAEL. JOOO Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
In the
ind Stale nre s
all Am.i i. .in-""
IS when
ited
' 'lill: Are we
BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
10US in-tltution ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
ot nitmer learning. I think it is appropriate that a religious institution Cantor Miunce Mamches.
)S> in the forefront of this venture because character building is. and !^rmV;n :; Ar', '".,,.s "'",#" iv,',',,i,"",
always base been, our major area of concern. Min< rltj
We have been trying to mold hearts, as well as minds, for centuries.
and now. with the help of scientific research, we will be able to do
our work so much more effectively. Fundamentally, our synagogues
and our religious schools are devoted to the task of developing the | Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein,
"character" of the Jewish people, so that we can create the kind of K^n:': VSirect'Appr^lh.""
person who will be sensitive to the ethical in life, and whose motiva-
m, 47. an Orthodox Jew charge lion for uPr'ht action will be as highly developed as his instinct for
>r the third time with violating I success and for financial reward
If New York State Sunday clos-
- law by keeping his Brooklyn
icerj open on Sunday, waived
I"- right to trial this week in
hgistrate'i Court.
He did so, though Magistrate
(enjamin Schor. a former syna-
ue president, was willing to
bmiss the summons against Pam.
r Magistrate heard Pam argue
lit he observed Saturday as his
bath day by closing his store
attending services. The judge
-' % isking the name of the Torah
-ion of the previous Sabbath.
4 Judge Schor then offered to dis-
iss the charge, but Pam and his
Our accomplishments are determined, not only by the skill of our
teachers, not only by the tools of educational research, important
though they may be, but by the degree to which we can uphold those
elements in Jewish life that have made the Jewish people what it is
today, and which guarantee our creative future as a moral force.
We have been characterized as a people of the book. We have, to-
day, lost the right to be so cailed because of our failure to raise our
sights and because we have been too ready to settle for ABC's at a
time when greater concentration on our sacred literature is called
for Our devotion to religious education has, in the past, motivated
men and women to formulate |hilosophies of life where justice is the
central theme. To the extent that we remove ourselves from this inspira-
tion, to that degree will the strength of our characters diminish.
Our Rabbis once said, "Our people has three characteristics. Thev
are modest, they are compassionate, and they are doers of good deeds."
They might have added that we are what we are only because we de-
voted ourselves to an exploration of the ingredients necessary for the
good lifewhich means study, thought and discussion. We are in grave
danger of being known as a people of fund-raisers, bond buyers, and
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave.
Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
Chapter IV :
B?n Azmi said: Run to Jo even i
,- J slight precept, and f! /'rim
transgression, for one good deeA 5
draws another good deed in its I
train, and one sin. anorhrr $m. i
:he reward of %ood deed U i
d .icfJ jnd the wages o\ nti
. iin

Chapter IV ?
He used v *-'. Despise n ii
man and carp not at any thing
for ther,- -.< not a man that has n n
his ':.iur and there i. noi a thing
that ha place.
*
ipter IV is
who, learns in ordei I tedcl Hear
.... ...
tarn .. ..... ..'->.
it'ho learns in order :.* prai i
I Ht-ji, ant hini :lie op
learn and to teach, to jb
sen e and to prai
A

WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Reform.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.
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BETH TORAH. 164tn i. aod NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen. j
baum.
rYM.iy p.m. Saturday JM5 a.m. Har
Mltzvah: Richard, eon "f Mr. ami
Mr.- Rubin Patent: Matthew, son of
Mr. and Mri, Robert Hecker.

CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassf"'-!.

CORAL WAY Jt.HlH CENTER
Conservative. 8755 SW 18th St.. Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Fri.lay t:30 p.m. Saturday 8:45 am
TElViPLE BETH SHIRAH. SunilanJ
Hail. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon
structionist. Rittl Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Cottlieb.
Friday 9:13 p.m. Sermon: "The Cry
if the Age*." Saturday 10:30 i m.
Sermon: "racing the Prom lead Land."

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 172S Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.

TEMPLE BETH ShO',OM. 4144 Chase
ye. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn.
Cantor Oavid Conviser,
Friday s IS p.m. I ineK Sliuhbut for
new members. Saturday iu:t.* a.m.
Bar Mitavali Samuel, *"ii of I'r and
Mis. Paul linger

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
Fri.lay \.vi p.m Sermon: "Technique
of Effective Prayer." Saturday 11
a in liar Mltivah: Knh.i id. aon of
ik.
^rm.'mi. "":','ih''"--- Jujl Happen to.Mr. and Mm. William Karoal
uu. Bar Mltzvah: Alan, gon of Mr._______
and Mrs. Frank Parker. i temple emanu-el. 1701 w
kSIhow (Jour v'r -\liriham Kluyshery nf aanger ot Dtring iwwn na a |icu|Htj ui iuuu-hik, u..u i,ci, ..n..
\m,n,. i i. i Bar Mitzvah party-givers, still cenerous and compassionate, to be sure,
11 thj; warned to bri^TSS ; but certaln not a peop,e with any relationshiP ,0 lhe book-
to Special Sessions court on
ssue ui whether a Jewish Sab-
Ttarian who kept his place of
f closed on Saturdays vio-
the Sunday closing- law by
P'U business on Sunday.
Wabbis Seek Kosher Facilities
fi'l sr.in, Tex(JTA)Officials
he Houston Kashruth Assn.
1 ""I a public appeal to ob-
h Jews in Houston for con-
'"lions to provide kosher facil-
ll 'hi' Houston Jewish C'om-
i tj Center,
I Penry Spira, president, and Mor
J atchman, treasurer, related
1 'heir appeal that last fall, the
I i" onservative and Orthodox
- Of Houston called a meet-
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it thai some of the books
of the Bible have sections writ-
ten in Aramaic instead of He-
brew?
There were evidently many Jew
ish colonies and settlements in
Babylonia and Egypt as well as
other mid-eastern countries where
Aramic was spoken during the per-
iod of the first exile and after-
wards. This language was then
popular in those areas and it gain-
ed acceptance among the Jewish!
people as a vernacular Therefore,
.i
ibis issued re- ,, 1 congregation bcoks f |hc gible like Danjel and by the interpreter changed from
s of the MSO- Et,ra were written in Aramaic. "tbrew t0 Aramaic These trans-
to organize a kashruth associ
)n to work out an agreement
I h the Center to make its kitch-
I kosher. The rabb
9 Pts through their
ptms tor members o. u.e -av- Fl,
t'.. ui,h dues of $2 for a fam- B*
m bul no members were obtained. furthermore. Aramaic is said to
i have been the language of Abra
|140 French Catholics Briefed ham and We d .ind Amc *
.... pressions even in the book
^OKK(JTA)A group of 0f Genesis (Genesis 3:47).
I I trench Catholics currently The Bible, even though it is a sacred
png this country were given a text, was nevertheless meant for
' I '""'ons and community life in loquial expressions. This is indeed
' York by the American Jewish an indication thai there is sanctity
| iinittee this week. even in the language of the masses
. Wle this group is in the United when properly used.
es primarily to study the work- *
I Of the Catholic laity, they What is the Tirgum?
' ; 'lay at AJC's Institute of In the early reading of the Bible
"' Relations for the briefing in the Synagogue an interpreter
on on group life of Jews and was used n | I Interpreted every
h religious and cultural insti- verse to the public. When Aramaic
I became the vernacular of the Jew-
Tim page ii prc'pjr^J in CO-
'-.:. -. w:th the S.":r:tiul Lead-
ers of the Greater Mumi Rabbin-
| oil Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contnbutor:
RABBI SOLOMON- SCHIFF
Cemj of WuJom
Washing,
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph Ft. Na-jl.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.

TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecai
Podet. Cantor H Richard Brown.
Prldaj 8: IS p.m. Sermon: 'The in
derstandlna Heart." eiaturda) 10:30
i in Bar Mltxvah Mark, son of Mr.
an.i Mrs. Max Ackerman.,
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
j Friii.i> 8:15 pin Saturday : a .m. Ser-
iii.ii "The Portion .>f the Liu Bar
I Mltivah Jamea, Kon ..( Mr and Mrs.
Joseph Sob
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TEMPLE IMER TAMiu. 80th st. ml
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
l-'i-iil.i) n 15 i. in
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi | TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah \ 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Raoai
Heilbraun. Daniel M. Lowy.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con.
servative. Rabbi Harold Richer.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
I'niiay 8:13 p.m. Sermon: ''Jewish
Pride." Saturdnj 8 30 a.m Bar Mlu-
vah: Stuart, *'ii of Mi and Urn l-M-
uir.l Litman.
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FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Oavid Rosen-
feld.
Frldaj 6 SO p m Saturday 8:30 b m
Mar Mltxvah: Ira, son "f Mr ind
Mr- Ben Pollack.
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FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 th st. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
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HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 555 W. 49th st.. Hij.
leah. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th j
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton ,
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Kri
.i\
in s 15 t- in Sermon: "Whj vi
li\ Two i 'al-nil.t pa
lations came to be known as the
Targum, which actually means "in-
terpretations The Targumin
were really more than translations.
They were indeed interpreta-
tions. The oldest we have of these
works is dated to the second cen-
tury and is in Aramaic. When the
office of interpreter was no longer
used, the translations and inter-
pretations ere still remembered
and copied down and handed down
to us. upon many occasions, as we
have them today.
...
1VODAH
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 11 Nermandy dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
st. Conservative, Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Exll
Saturday : a m. Bar Mltxvah Donald,
son "f Mi ami Mrs, Seymour T
i la uer
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, Cantor Mor-
ris Berger.
I'n.i.i* 15 p in Sermon: v Social
Order In a Btellclous FYamework.'
Saturdaj ,( .> m Bar Mltsvan Sonny,
son ..i Mi and Mrs, Larrj B
TEMPLE BETH AM. 550 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
Prl laj : 10 p Personnel and chil-
dren lath .Vi' .amp will be hon-


i TEMPLE liTH EL OF HOLLY-
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabil
Leo Heim.
TEMPLE 2AM0RA.
Conservative. Rabbi
44 Zamora ave.
Herahel Brooks.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th sC
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: "A Month
Before Saturda) : a m Bar Mits-
%ali Bruce, son ..f Dr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam k Boros.
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
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*J*f%i*lh Hk-radl^r
Friday. September 7, 1962
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MIN'DtIN
Russian Novel Offers Problems Which Must be Licked
AZEF. By Roman Goul. Translated from the Rus-
sian by Mirra Ginsburg. 330 pp. New York:
DoubleJay. S4.9S.
THE DIFFICULTY WITH the modern Russian
novel is that it's more Russian than novel. 1
wish I knew whether to blame the language itself,
or the troubles of translation, or some national
peculiarity from which only Nabokov, writing in
English, is immune Whatever the illness, the
symptoms are clear: it reads like a documentary, a
story of events in which the characters are inci-
dental. It has movement without motivation, peo-
ple without personalities, and relationships with
reason The cumulative result reminds one of the
genera] feeling about the Russian government to-
day, in which the individual is subverted ;o the
nationalistic aims: so in "Azef." in which the per-
sonal details of character and plot are completely
subservient to the political story.
In this book, this is an irony, because -Azef" is
not about Communist Russia It is about the Social-
ist Revolutionary Party which grew rapidly in the
early 1900's, and particularly about its terrorist
arm. which dedicated itself to assassinating lead.' J
members of the Tsarist regime, Azef was the head
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Israel Girds for Exciting General Assembly
United Nations
COME OF ISRAEL'S foremost
** diplomatic technicians a r e
either here now. or will be on the
way to the United Nations soon. By
Tuesday, Sept. is, when the 17th
session of the General Assembly
opens, thej will be in thou- seats,
led b) then Foreign Minister. Mrs .
Colda Meir. Michael S. Comay, Israel's permanent
representative at the United Nations, will be at the
helm as elegation chairman in the absence of
Mrs. Meir who is expected onl to stay for the full
session. I Oder him will be four other full mem-
bers of the delegation, five alternates, and a squad-
ron of advisors, assistants, secretaries
Some might ask. why so many? The answer
is easy they are needed. There is much work
..head Mr Comay has boon in Israel twice in
the last few months. At the Foreign Ministry '"
Jerusalem andbeyond the Ministryin the Cabi-
net, every possible issue that will or is likely to
i rise at th year's Assembly has been examined.
evaluated ml set down for action. Line- have been
foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
The Tenth Anniversary
Jerusalem
IT is NO doubt both characteristic and
significant that the central event in
the celebration oi the loth anniversarj
ol the Nasserisl regime in Egypt was
the firing four one-stage rockets For
-i..\- before the celebration- opened,
the i >l press heralded the
al news that "huge rocket.-" would
splayed in the anniversarj parade. Indeed, it was
inly tuld ii. which the Egyptian dictator could point
;oiprogress and achievement The soaring and menacing
'- were t" cover up and counterbalance the soar
- livii index coupled with the deteriorating
nomic situation; to detract attention from the miser)
.inch the Egyptian people -till find themselves de-
spite the high sounding promises given them by the "Free
i ifficers" 10 > et rs ago,
Behind the facade of the war machine which Nasser
built, there flows a life ot miserj that has changed
very little over the past decade There Is vast unemploy-
ment, sickness and ignorance. In the villages and farms
hundreds of thousands 'if children receive no schooling;
Stead they are employed as cheap labor Thousands
upon thousands of farm workers move into the town in
-.arch lor better paid jobsand find none; when they
do', the pay i- about 30 cents a day of the million-odd
workers in th< bigger towns, only about 25 per cent are
organized in trade unions But strike- are outlawed, and
al( the union- an Strictly watched by the police to in.ike
they do nol get "too weir organized.
The nationalization of the bigger enterprises and the
confiscation ol properties which was to erase the "capi-
talist class' brought little relict to the masses, except
that it un lermii ed the countr) economy and brought to
a halt foreign investment The nationalized firms and
arc nm by inexperienced members of the mili-
tary junta a ho have also taken over the various minis-
tries and, throu ;h their ineptness brought the cotton
industry to the verge of disaster Thus there is verj
little that Mr Nasser could displaj on the day of the
10th anniversarj of the revolution, 01 course, with one
ption the rockets; the war machine. \l>-n\ there is
progress Hen i took a gianl step
Indeed, this W8J the field into which all his efforts
have been directed the main goal for the achievement of
which no price was too high and no sacrifice too great,
Those who are engaged in wishful thinking fell easily
prey to Nasser'E statements and declarations about re-
lorms and lifting the standard of living of the Egyptian
people. However, those who preferred a realistic ap-
praisal of self-delusion, saw the vast amounts of war
material pouring into Egypt from across the Iron Cur-
tain countries to which Nasser had for years mortgaged
the country's almost entire cotton crop.
drawn, policies have been set. alternatives have
been given due consideration, even unforeseen con-
tingencies have been projected Israel is ready.
.she should be
At the very opening of the Assembly, a presi-
dent of this world body must be elected. Who will
he be? Balloting for the presidency i- secret, and
delegates don't tell in advance how they will vote
The likeliest winner of that high honor should be
Sir Zafrullah Khan, the bearded, turbaned. hand-
some permanent representative of Pakistan.
The No. 2 candidate is Prof C. P. Malalsekera.
of Ceylon. The lattter is eager for the jobhe has
been campaigning for it openly, a rare step here
in this connection. Should he squeeze In, one must
recall that his Prime Minister. Mr- Sirimavo Ban-
daranaike, the widow who inherited the job left vac
ant by her late husband's assassination, is openly
anti-Israel,
The good Ceyionese scholar himself, a gentle-
man walking these halls quietly in native costume,
i- probably not anti anything But his Prime Min-
ister heads lus Governmentand he'd be respon-
sible to her
As for Sir Zafrullah. he is an old hand around
lure, one might almo.-t call him a time-server lii-
record in regard to Israel is char since awa) back
in the early days of the Palestine Question and the
Palestine Partition Resolution and the admission ot
Israel and all the subsequent developments lie is
an enemj o| Israel. Thus, in the Assembly presi-
dency, there will be no improvement, as far as
Israel is concerned over the last session's head.
Mongi Slim, the Tunisian who snubbed Mrs. Meir
That -nub came atop a nasty letter Mr. Slim had
had the guts to write to Abba Khan a few years
earlier, and alter an anti Israel statement made here
by Tunisia;; President Habib Bourguiba Mr Slim
could have repaired the fence lie chose to em-
phasize his anti-Israelism l>\ turning his back on
Cold.i Meir
But at that very time, hi- aspired to the mantle
left unworn l>> the tragic death of Dag Hammarsk
jold. Shm'. act cost him much it was the Israel
delegation, under the leadership of Golda Men- and
Michael Comay, that initiated the successful move
to make U Than! Acting Secretary-General Mr
Slim smarted The fact that this correspondent wi -
invited to have lunch with him did not alter the
Slim record regarding Israel, nor did the fact that
Ins official spokesman assured this correspondent
that the Meir snub was not intentional
But Israel's sizable and highly-proficieni dele-
gation i- not massing here for a fight against the
president of the Assembl) As this department has
pointed oul recently, there are verj serious issues
concerning Israel on the agenda ol the nexl Assem-
bly.
Between You and Me:
BORIS SM0LAR
sts; he was a real person were i
of the (.'her figures in the novel Savink n i
later became chiel of the War Ministry in the
Kerensk) vernment. and later still, imprisoned
b) the Bolsheviks; and Chernov, Sazonov, Burtsev,
Gen. Gerasiniov, and others.
But Azef was also an audit of the Tsar, a
counter-revolutionary, who managed to betray many
of his comrades, and thus lived in hi- own terror
that he would be discovered, From the true assas-
sinations of Minister Von I'lohvo. perp.trator of the
infamous Kishinev pogrom which slaughtered thirty-
thousand Jews, and his "secret master.'' the Grand
Duke Sergey Alexandrovich, Roman Goul has con-
structed his tale of intrigue and counter-intrigue.
Incidentally, Azef was a Jew: "1 am a smalltown
Jew." he says at one point, and continues, lying as
easil) as he breathes, "Who is to make the revolu-
tion if no; I? I've seen much grief at the hand- if
the Tsarist government."
Rut for the reader, what should have been -:ir-
ring ..- merely a mess, a pottage ol tin) confusi
ol abbreviated scenes and of unfollowable transiti i -
Tin- passions ol the greal revolution arc losl in this
book; they lurk somewhere behind the barm adi f
ounters and events, assumed but unrevealed. It
make- a dull histor) lesson out of what should have
been a flashing, meaningful hook.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
On Looking Backward
RECEIVED A letter the other nay
from Miss Nettie Cohen, of Los .\Q-
eles. New York, Jerusalem and Paris,
the would probabl) disown the title but
he has been a kind ot roving civil -or-
ant tor Jewish causes. Back in the
[ .ipsk) days, -he worked for the Zionist
Irganization in New York Later she
vorked in Jerusalem with Weizman
Uiun me Joim Distribution Committee was trying to
bring out the Jewish refugees duing the war. she work-
ed with Dr Schwartz in Paris.
But Nettie writes me not about her father She thinks
there ought to be some organization to recall to memory
the "unsung cornerstone layer-' of Zion she tells of
her father, who more than a half century ago, abandoned
hi- business in America, to set up an enterprise of build-
ii g materials in Tel Aviv.
The fact is there is just such an or_.uiiz.itio-: The
Rrith Rishonim, counting among its members many of
th' Zionisl veterans One oi the purposes oi the organi
zation is to gather material about the eat > _m<
Zionists I have before me a brochure b) Morris Mar
lies on Prof, Richard Gottheil, the first t o.
the Zionist Organization
Ver> little has been written about Prof Gottheil; yet
a- Marguhes shows he was a ver) atti
He was Pn Semitic- at I -
At the tune of hi- appointtment, he was in fa< I >a i
he onl) Jewish professor and his appointmei I
explainable by the facl thai al the time, Colum
the largesl enrollment of Jewish -indent, of an) in
iniversit) Woodrou Wilson was president ol Pri
ton at the tune, and when someone from Columbia re-
marked nboul Princeton that it was rather full, Wi
jokingi) remarked thai Princeton could hardl) -
I) ..- Columbia for it i- written in Sc: pti.....the
keeper of Israel neither slmbereth nor sleepeth z
The fact that a distinguished porftessorol O I imbi i
the leader of the Zionists gave Zionism prestige
movement was in greal need oi that Most of the Zion-
ist- were poor Russian .lew- Many of them had |usl
gotten a house big enough for the family and maybe it
bad a veranda; should they give up the veranda and n
be the rose bush in front to go to chaluzim in the N
View of Anti-Semitism Among Negroes
Anti-Semitism among Negroes
loom- as an increasingly im-
portant problem for the Jewish
community This warning i- issued
by Dr. Alfn J Marrow, former
chairman ol New York Cit) Com
mission on Intergroup Relation-, in
a i.....k published this week under
the title "Changing Pattern- of
Prejudici The author says that
while lumping Jews with th.- white .,
at the same tune absorbed Gentile prejudices against
them Ironical is the fact that the anti-Jewish feel-
ings among Negroes has been a direct result of the
greater willingness of Jews to trade with Negroes
to rent or sell property to them, and to hire them
Such feeling., are. according to the author, notice-
able also in the North where Negro children are
often taught by Jewish teachers, under Jewish prin-
cipals
many \cgtoo .
majority have
Because the teaching is conducted in overcr
ed and ill-equipped schools, it is the Jewish teach-
er that is usually blame.1 instead of the municipal
n: Leaders >>f several prominent Jewish or-
izations have had informal talk.- with liberal
Negro leaders in an effort to find solution.- to the
"mounting feelings of anti-Semitism among Ne-
ro.- the author reveals. However, he emphasizes
that very little progress has been made. He would
like to see more action in the direction of trans
lating the trust and cooperation existing between
Jewish and Negro leaders into better relation.- among
the rank and file of the two groups.
He also thinks that anti-Jewish prejudice In
tins country i> generally more wirespread and deep-
ly ingrained than most of the American Jewish de-
fense" organizations care to admit. He does not
believe in Brotherhood Week in preachments be-
cause he considers them a- being of little effect


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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
H : |'.V GIVEN thai
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THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 37324 B
DtK Estate ..f
1111.11' MADES
!
)TICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
? PL CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Pli'E la hereb) given thai w.
filed ii final Report and Pet I-
i,.r Distribution and Final hi-.
ge as Executors of the estate ol
li.ip MADES, deceased and that
III"- 17th day of September, 1962,
apply to Hi,- Honorable County
,s i.f Dade County, Florida, for
ival "f an Id Final Report and for
|rii,uii,iii and final discharge as
itom < the mate of the above
I decedent. This 13th das of
|u*t, I'-'.'
SAMIF.I. MADHS
JACOB MA DEB
SKY Mi UK I SIMON
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BY HENRY LrCVAffD
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
^OR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. (2C 8677
IND 7. C< >RP( IRATION, n Florida
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NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IT TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE
Mi iRTCi.N S LEVIN .i id
ItoSEMARIE V LEVIN
S Kingston Avenue
1 'In, 'l-.i ly, lllln
F' \RE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
mplnlnt to Foreclose h rerti in
I on the following described
ppi rtj situate In i >ade I 'ount).
II Ida to-w ii
|-'i 16, and Ihe W < l...i it. Block
SEVENTH AVENCE I'ARK,
<<' rdlng t" the Plat th< reot
fc If ihe Public Racord* ..f Dade >'......
|y Florida,
in filed against you, nnd you
required i" serve copy ,.f your
w.i or Pleading to the Complaint
[the plalnilff'a attorney, LEON A
TEIN, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami
eh, Kl.....la, and file the original
Twer "r Pleading in th.- offl......f
lerk of the Circuit Coui t, on "i-
the 17ih da) ..f September,
If you fall t.. dt> bo, judgment
default win he taken against yi.u
tlit- relief demanded in the Com-
lini
Tins NOTICE Hhajl be published
each ofeek for foui consecutive
,- in THE JEWISH r'l.OKIDIAN
>NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Ida, this nth da) "f August, 1961
1: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
' Court, Dad, Colintv, Florida
B) HELEN KESSLER
Di put) Clerk
1 17-14-11,9 :
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given thai

v 111 -- inder 1 Ii, fiel il lous
of M VC HENRY X N.W
Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to
me u II h the 'Ii
il!" Clri .' Dade Countv,
I loi Ida
OWNER, FMUtlDIAN II A I.I- .
PINTS I.M
A Fli ridii 1 '"i |nira I Ion
>> DAVID LE\ I.VE, Mtorni 1
:
"Two plus two-God willing-makes four.'
CoDf. 1962, Daynw Production-
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 56759-B
IRE I .-.
BTT \ KRESI.AW
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I .editors nnd All Persons Hav-
claims r Demand* Against Said
11,
hi 1. b) notified .111,1 1 .--
d i" pii m ., n% lalms md de-
al* hii Ii you ma) have against
if ETTA KRESI.AW de-
' Hi ol Dade Count), Florida,
II Judges "I I lade Coun
and fill Ihe -am.- in duplii Hi
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1 Miami, Florida, this ISth
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''' in,. 11 ,,( this noli.....n
. "f August,
- Ri 1H IN SI >N \- WEISSEL
fr Exei utor
Dade Federal Bldg
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF 1
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C-66S7
ANITA NEWT< >N,
Plaintiff,
\ >
ri'W ARD s NEWTON a Inn known -is
HOWARD S Samiki.s XEVt l\N
md FIRST FEDERAL SAVINCS i
.. IAN vSSN 1 'I- MIAMI.
1 'efendants
SUIT FOR SUPPORT A
MAINTtNANCE AND
UNCONNECTED WITH DIVOFCE
Tl 1 El 'WARI S. N'EWTI i.N
c ii 1 leoi ge Street
1 'restwlch,
Man, hest< 1. England
You Edward S, Newton, ..I knowi)
[as IM w.i nl s Samuels Newton are
hereb) notified that .. liiii ,.1 Com-
plaint fol Supimrt ,v Maintenance ,v
I'nconnected with Divorce nan been
filed against you, and you aie requir-
ed i. serve .1 cop) >.f >,..i! Answei or
Pleading to the lull "f Complalnl on
the Plaintiff's attorney, Abe Schonfeld,
12(1 1.in, ,,|ii Road, Miami Reach, Hlor-
;da and file the original Answi 1 !
Pleading In the "(fi......I th< Clerk of
the Clrcull Coun "ii >i betore the
24th da) September, 19(2, If you
fall t.. do M". judg.....in b) default will
he taken aKainsI you i"t the n Itel
demanded id thi- Bill of Complalnl
Tin- notice shall be published unci
each week foi foui consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
lx >NK AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ITlh day of August, A |i
1H62
E 11 LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit court. Dade County, fi.....la
li> : DONAL4J TAUTENHAN
(seal) Depiii\ i.'lerk
AUK BCHONFELD
120 Lincoln it.,ad
Miami Beach, Florida
attorney f..r I'laintiif
! -'i-:;i. 9 7-14
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File A A-20805
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN thai
V. i- meat..... I1..I1I. r of Clt) of Miami
l.ii n Sal< Certlfii ate So jiM -- u 1
ilie 8th da) nf June, A.D. II...... has
Hi tl -.. in. in ni) office, and has made
atii n foi tax det .1 tn he 1--
-11.-d there) n. .Naiil Certificate em-
hraci 1 hi follnM 111 _r deBci Ibed prop-
er!) in the Count) of Dade, State of
I- lor Ida, to-wlt
I ."i -'> I'-!... k ;.i l..-.-s \v 2 ri
Northwest .-. \.niii Avenue Addition
I',ai Book I 'age 36, in 1 he I 'it\ ..f
Miami, Count) .,f Dade, State of
I- ,"i .i.i
The assessment nl nald proper!)
under the -aid certificate was in the
name (. Hiram Culmei
I'nless naiil ertiflcate shall !" re-
deemed a. "i-.liim !,. law, the prop-
ert) described herein "ill be sold t.,
Hi.- highest bidder at the Court House
i""i "ii the first Monda) In the
month "i 11,I..:.. 1. 1962, which is the
;.-t da) "t ictobi r, 1962
l'at.,1 this 22nd da; of August, 1962
K Ii LEATHERMAN, Clerk ol
Clrcull Court, I tide Comity, Florida
(seal) n* R M LEEPER,
Deput) Clerk
^ 34-81, 7-1 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. iN CHANCERY
No. 62C 5758
THE BROOKLYN SAVINUS BANK
Plaintiff,
vs.
HARl >LD SAR'iENT Bt >Ci 111:1: .....1
ROSEMARIE Bol'l'HER, hi- wlfi
and Lulls DICKMA.N and MIUI \ \l
DICKMAN, his wife,
I 'efendants,
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: LOUIS DICKMAN and MIRIAM
DICKMAN, hi.- xvii,-
29(5 A venue /
Brookl) n 35, New Y01 k
You are hereby notified thai the
above captioned action hag been In-
stituted against >,.ii in the Circuit
Court of the ELEVENTH Judicial
Circuit of Florida In and for DADr
Count) t" foreclosi a mortgage upon
ih. following described real property:
Ij.t is. Block 41, FIRST ADDITION
TO MYRTLE (1ROVE, according tu
Ihe I'lat thereof, recorded In Plat
Book ",7 .it Page ..i the Public
Records "t had.- County, Florida,
together with Q 1:. Washing Ma-
chine, Model 851-1.1, n.E. Refrig-
erator Model LH 92 I.I:. ; E Range,
Model .1861 SL, Venetian Blinds,
Washing Mai nine I train.
I You are required tn file your an-
Iswer t,< plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk "i ihe aforesaid Court, anil
serve .. cop) thereof upon plaintiff's
attorne) MARTIN FINE, 1 Ith Mnor
Dade Federal Bldg., Miami :::. Florida
11..1 later than Sepli mbei 21, I >62 1
.1 iH-cree Pro Confesso will be enter*
.I against you.
Dated August 20, 1962,
B, H I.I-: VTHERM W". Clerk
,.f 1 he < ircull 1 'ourl
iseal) B) II BLEN K ESSLER
Deput) Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorney r,.t- Plaintiff
Ith Fluid I '"! Fi til IH Bldg,
Miami ::*_', hlodida
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
liusiness 1111.1.1 the fictitious name .f
RAB DAVID at 5140 East l"th St.,
Hlaleah, Kla.. Intend! to register said
name nh the clerk of tin- Circuit
Court of Dad. County. Florida.
HY l.i:VINE
MAX QOI.DFARB
Attorney for Hy I-evine
8/31, 9/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni >Tli K is HEREBY 1IIVEN thai ,
the undersigned, desiring t" engagi
liusiness under the fictitious nam< "t
I'KnY APARTMENTS .it '."1" ""lliti-
Avenue, .Miami Beach intends to reg-
1,1 name wll h the .let k >f the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida
LEONARD ISRAEL
K"i ner fi Mannhelmer
Attorne) .- i.r Tro) A pat Intents
S 24-21, 9 7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 8995
MAIER BATSMAN,
Plaintiff,
\ -
MILDRED TELLY I.MSMan.
1 lefendant,
TO: MILDRED TELLY BAUSMAN
No. 7 1 'ottage Lane
I'pper Saddle River, New Jersey
You, MILDRED TELLY BAUSMAN,
are hereb) notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a cop) inawer or Plead-
ing to tin- Bill "t Complalnl on the
Plaintiff's attorney, ANOELO A ALL
h I Am-:. Building. Miami :..'. Flor-
ida and file th.....iglnal Answer or
Pleading in il.....ffice of the Clerk
!' the 1 "ireuil Coii 1 "ii befon
L'ltli day of September, 19(2. If you
fail i" d" -". Judgment b) default
will be laaen against you for the n -
Del di ii ..'i Ii In 1 Rill of '"iii-
plalnt.
This notiie shall lie published once
each week for foui onsecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE \M' ORDERED .11 Ml intl,
I .'I.i. this 17th di Von;-' \ I 1.
11
E l: I.I'AIII BRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit C rl Dade 1 'ount) Florida
I:. C 1 il'KI. AND
Deput) 1'lerk
ani;i:i.i 1 a a i.i
inn Am.1. Bulldli r
Miami ill'. Fiorldn
Attorne) foi Plaintiff
24-21, : T-14
NOTICE UNDER
P'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY (JIVEN thai
'i' 1 desiring t-. engage In
. under the fictitious name of
\~v Kin STTPK a 1 p.O Box
N'Tth Miami Ri a. I. 62, Florida
J rlster ild name with the
[IK "i ti. circuit Court ol l>ade
mt>, Florida
WILLIAM Cl d.l-:
i.ARRY FROHMAN
IX"VITZ. SILVER *. Si'lHOR
' '' '- foi Apulieants
Alnali v Huii.iiim
Florida
B 17 :: I 11, 9 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITiOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, ueslring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name "I
HOT IKX! HOLIDAY .11 Sun,- .'7".
= rj" Lincoln ltd, Miami Beach, l- la
intend to reglater -aid num.- with the
, ii 1 ..f ih. 1 ii. mi 1 ..in : : 1 >ade
1 'ount). Florida
PHILLIP CRAY
ROBERT RANTBORD
I'ALIANOFF, WALLER ,v- I.II'MAN
\: i..i ii. \ h foi I 'hllllp 1 Ira) and
Roliert Rant Lord
K.'24-31. 9 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe nnd. rslgn.....bii Ing In eiiga
liuslnesv undei thi fir-tit '"'is name <>f
SHENKMAN INSURANCE VOENCY
144(1 s W ii I Street M
Florida Intends i" register -.ii.l nairn
ith the Clerk "t the 1 in nil <'.....1
i| 1 lade 1 'ounty, Klot Ida
C.ERAL11 SHENKM \ \
Sole l iw ner
K ESSLER fi 1IARS
Vttot n. > for Applicat 1
;..v s W 1 si Street
. :, 1 9 7-14-2!
NOTICE UNOtM
FIC1 I I lUUo iomc LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi. undersigned, desiring t,. enfeage in
business under the fletitlous name of
I.nlKS MODEL AGENCY at 12502
N.E. Mh Avi North Miami. I-la in-
1, n.is to register -aid name with the
1 ii rk ..f the 1 ircull Coun nf I lade
1 '..'int \. FI01 nl.1
IiOIE OX ELL
v 17-24 II :
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 56811-C
IN RE Estate of
ROSE PERKBL
I l| ;is.-.|
To All 1'1 editors and All Persona Hav- in the county jiidof-s i-iurt
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said in and for dade COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Von. and each of you, are hereby] No. 56493-C
notified an.i required to present any in re Estate of
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned il ng in
hiiaiiiess undei the fictitious name nf
FLAG LE It FCRNITl'RE fi BQl'lP-
MENT nl lll.'i" \\ I- lagler Stl ei I, Mi-
ami Inienils '" rejrlstei said name
v\ ith Ho 1 "i. rk "i the 1 ircull 1 'ourt
"i 1 i.id.- '..iiiii j. l-ioi Ida.
m. :.ani-:
am : 1:1.1 1 \ l.l
A11..1 n.> for Apiillcanl
ion \ 11.1. \ Bldg
v 24 II. 9 7-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih. undersigned, desiring t<< engage In
business under th,- fictitious name nf
NORTHVIEW APARTMENTS at 17*0
South Glades Drive, North Miami
i-i 'ii.i.i intend to register said
name with the Clerk : the Cin ill
Court "f Dade County, Florida
VISTA REALTY INC la Mass
Authorised in I-l"i i-ia Sole owner
THE4 'l>i RE N'EI SI IN
Attoi ne) i"i \|.|'ii< ant
ln7 I.in. "In Road
Miami Reach, l-'la
S 11, : 7-1 4 L'l
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-20820
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ben r.i.skin. hottler of County Tag
Sale Certificates numh.-tril 4291 and
i.M'i. issued the 1st da) "i June, a U
!!*,:. has filed same in ni> office, ^tu<\
has made application lor a tax deed
I,, be issued thereon Said certiflcatei
embrace the following described prop- '
rt>, 111 the Count) ol Dade, State
of Florida, to-wlt
Lota i" 11 in. Block : Coral
Highlands., Plat Book 16 Page 59
in the Count) ,.f Dad.. State ,.f
Florida, as embraced 111 Certificate
No. 1296
Th.- assessment >.f said property un-
der the said certificate issued a*as in
ih.. name "i orange State Builders
Inc.
I...I 16 Block 26, CiHiinul Grove Sec
1 Coral Gables I'l.u Book II Page
25 in the Count) of Dade. State >.f
Floi Ida, .1- mbraced In 1 'ei tlflcate
No 1 11
The assessment "i s.ii.l property un-
di r the said ci iti Issued w a- in
i he na me >! A nna I'., rat .1 -
I'nli Rentes shall be re-
I. .-iii.-.l according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold t->
the highest bidder at the C 11
door "ii the first Monda) ti the1
1......th ibet. 1962, ivlili h 1- Ih,
.1 ...,,.,.,
1 lated this 22nd il y ol tugust, 19(2
E. B LE VTHERMAN, Clerk nf
il 1 'ourl. I iade 'ount\. l'l- 1 1
s.iili H l; M LEEI'ER.
I tepul % ii rk
24-21 1 7-14
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-20812
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Bell in .skin. In,1,1. of I 'ount)
Kali numbered 1522
3!..... Issued the 2nd da) of June,
Tax
and
A D
NOTICE UNDER
UTITIOUS NAME LAW
I- IS HrTRRRY GIVEN that
I d, desiring
lalms and demands \\ lilfh you, or
.ith, 1 ..I you, may have against the
estate ol Rose l' rk.-l deceased late
of 1 md. County, Florida, i" the Hon-
orable Count) Judges of Dadi Coun-
ty, ,,nd file Ihe -am. in their offices
in the Counts Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from th. date ol Ihe first
publli atlon h.i "f Said claims or
ids lo contain the Ii ^.il address
I'-W""1''1 "" fictitious name ol "f the rlalmanl and i" be sworn to
,',.',; ''":s DRl'G \- LIQUOR and presented as aforesaid, "t same
'. I92( s.W 3rd Avenue, Mi- will In barred
1 Intend, to register said
with ihe 'ink ..f the Circuit
Wii C?untvj Itorlda
"II.Ma myrle ferranth
iv, i-,-.. '"""'"' 'win 1
' SILVER ,v SCHKR
ipnlicanl
S 17-14-11, !" 7
ati 1 August 'I. \ 1' 19(2
1 m 1R11 ill Y s M'K's. Kxi rutrlx
. Mil. I'BRKKL, Executor
SYLVI \ LEICHTER, Bxecutrut
A \n. ill.111 Exei ni..' of the l-asl
Will and Testament of Rose Perkel,
I 1 as. .1
HENRY NORTI >N
Allot ne) ("r Executor!
- r-M-n, b 7
I 1: VNCIS A TABOADA
I >. [-eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons llav-
.nuts ..I Demands Against Said
Estate
You ai-.- hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you ma> have against
the estate "i FR VNCIS \ 1 \ 1..... ,
di ., .1 late "i 1 lade 1 "ounl s I
Ida. I,, the Count) Judges ..1 Dade
County, and file the same in their
offices in ih.- ("ount) Courthouse in
d.i.i. .'.......j Florida, Ithln six 1 tl
endar months from the date "i" ihe
rit pohllcailon hereof, or ihe same
will i" barred
ALLEN Ci a H'Klt
Administrator
W KENT .1 WIKSi iN
17(4 N W. 36th Street
8 21, 9,7-14-21
MSN, hni riled imt In 1
has made application for .1 tax .1. ,1
I., he Issued thereon Said certificates
embrace the following described p np-
1) in thi (' int) "I d.i.i.-. st.it. ..I
1. to-wit:
Lot 1 Block '.' Hlaleah 17th Addn .
Plat Book 23 Pagi 9, in the Count)
..f I >ade, State "t I lot Ida
braced In Certifl Mo 152:
The issessmenl nl said propert) un-
der the sai.i certificate Issued was In
the^name of .i"s B. Nyce
K 1 FI "i ^\ ISO F( ..I N 1 i"'
..I 1: ol NW"t of N\v\ ,.f si-:>,
I..-- SI Section 26, Township 54
South. Range i" i -:.ist containing
'' \. r. more or less in 1 he ''oun
1 \ "t 1 iade, SI 1.....1 Floi Ida, .1 m
braced in Certificate No 1909
Thi issessmenl "t said propert) un-
di 1 thi said cet tlfli ati 1-- 11.1 was In
the name u :lli- A McOahee .v-
W l.'.'iis. M
I'nless -..I" certificates -hall l- re-
li in. .1 .1. ci" I111. '.. law, ihe prop-
el ly d..- 1 Ibed hi 1 eln III be sold t"
: he highest bidder at rhi Com I House
doot "ti the first Monda) In the
month "i 1 '.'i ibi 1. 1962 ^ hi. h 1- the
!.- da) of 1 >. tobi r, I "
Dated this 22nd da> nf tugllst, 1961
1: 1: LE \ 'II UMAN 1 iei k
. iii mi Court, 1 Md, 'ount) 1 lorld 1
B) K M LEEPER,
Di phi ) 'lerk
8/24 : 7-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 62C 9249
ELIZA BETH JANE PYATTE,
Plaintiff,
\ -
RALPH I'YATTK.
1 n fendant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
V >f. RALPH PYATTE, Residence
Cnknown, are hereby notified that a
Complain! for divorce has been filed
agalnal yi>u and you are required to
serve .1 Cop) ol your answer on
Plaintiff's attorne) Claude M. Barnes,
."'. Calumet Bldg., on or before the
1st da) ,.( October, 1961, and file the
original with the clerk of this Court,
other is.- the allegations of said
Complaint will in- taken as confessed
against you.
Dated this 24th da) "f August. INS.
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Clrcull Pourl Dad. Count>. Florida
(seal) B) HELEN KESSLER
i leputy clerk
________________________ 31. 9'7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO 62C 9250
VIRGINIA MARIE FELTt 'N
Plaintiff,
'11 Mtl.lis KENNETH FELTON,
1 lefendanl
ORDER TO APPEAR
YOl", CHARLES KENNETH FF.L-
ToN, Residence I'nknown, are here-
b) notified thai a Complain! for Di-
vorce has been filed agalnsl you and
\ ,,ii ,, 1 equlri ri to 1 \ 1 a Copy "f
your answei on Plaintiffs attorney,
1 'laud. \i Bai n. -"'. Calumet Blfla .
Miami 32, l- "i; ... and file the orig-
inal with the clerk >>f this Court on
or hefore the 1st da) of October,
1962, otherwise ihi allegations of said
Complalnl will be taken as confessed
aga inst you
Dated this 241 h da) of Vugust, 1962.
I-: 1: LEATHERM AN, Clerk,
Circuit C.....' 1'a.l. County, Florida
. -. al' It) HELEN K ESSLER
Deput) 1 ierk
____________________________S II. 9 7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
NO. 62C 9307
\l VX G ARTE,
Plaintiff,
vs,
111 a <;Airri'
Defendant
SU.T FOR DIVORCE
Tl 1 id \ GARTE
2724 Hi"n\ Park 1"
Bronx, New York
Y..11 are hereb) notified that a BIN
of Complalnl has been filed against
you, .md you are required to serve a
copy of your Answei or Pleading t<
the Bill of Complaint on the lialni-
Iff's Attorney, 1'AIl. KWITNKY.
r.S'.'i'i 1:1:. 12(1 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Honda, .md file the original
Answei or Pleading in the office of?
the Clerk "f the Clrcull Court on or
before the 1st day ..f October, 1962
If von fall to do -... Judgment hy de-
fault will be taken agalnsl you for
the relief demanded in th.- Bill of
* 'omplatnl
This notice -hah be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I I.i >R11 'I \N
1 'i iNE VND 1 '111 ER Kl I .11 Miami,
Florida, iiiis 27th naj of August, a.i>.
K R LEATHERM \N. Clerk
ill Court I lade Count) Floi Ida
(seal) By: DONALD TAl'TBNHAN
I >.'iut \ 1 ierk
I'M I. KWITNEY ESQl'IRE
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Bl a. I 19, l-'loi nla
Attorn, v for Plaintiff
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Finns Favor Direct Israel-Arab Talks
Continued from Page i-A
that Israel was
- to deal with Egypl s m w
i, cki l .h> Hi c ailing the
itmark atiribuud to Pi<
'-. -- r u> the effect that Egyptian
i is?il c ..1 i reach any p,
Mr Ben-Gi
heavily-attended press
I al 'this makes our sil
.- ;< ., I ii : "We hjpe we
can d< i mething to balance the
utuatii and e Mill make everj
effort :. prevent ^ar v. len ask
Rephun Joins
Teaching Staff
Rephun has joined the
teac) staff of Flagler-Grai
Ht;i
..te of the Univ<
c: Miami law school, a pi. -
.::, rney, and has taught Hel n
< Miami area for 10 year*
A former member *:' the l>rael
delegation to the I'nited Nations.
;^-: president of the Miami Beach
Zionist District, and vice chairman
of the Zionist Youth Commission.
Rephun has just been elected vice
president of the South Florida Zion-
ist Council
set tl

He express
he vi< : t that i tens
Aral '
fesl r Jh
\: ab League Cout I
East ]
setting t! it tl I s an
united, the
that they I
reasoi to think the I'niti I
States ha I t< re-
| -a ith 1 >r..i.
Answering a question at:ut
Christian missionaries in Israel,
he said: "We will not interfere
with the missionaries' work in
Israel, even if they succeed from
time to time in converting some
Jewish children. Israei is a free
country with freedom of relig-
ion." Concerning the Soviet
Union, the Prime Minister tolc1
the correspondents that Israel
wanted to be friendly with all
nations "irrespective of their
regime*, but the USSR is not
too friendly to us."
He expressed the opini
maiontv of Russian Jews would
DURING THE WEEK... AS I SEE II
Continued from Page 4 A
.st;c. or at least compromising
.iberals. who are popularly con-
sidered the extremists; hence, all
compromise on the separation
question would of neeassit) fall
theif right Whereas, the
sheer existence of the ngrest
A'hat maj stands
its determination to fight
for a strict interpretation of the
separati n I church and staU
s to assun mpi
..'it of the I
fore to the left of the
milder liberals. Thus, he added.
twinkling <>< < get the
it-' of both pi ssible worl I -
A good deal of this. 1 am :
.s true, but it makes light of a
iar m re serious consideration:
that differing views on the prac-
tical application of separation of
church and state haw been
emerging during the past few
- to divide a Jewish C( It
munity once seemingly unani-
mous on the question of prin-
ciple. In addition, these views
now complicate what was previ-
ously, at least, a "simple" intra
mural division among .1 e s
based on methods (if appJit
alone It is a diff renct
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ippy gathering of the clan for the Friedmi
>ylvia, and their three children Joined two i f Sylvia sis
ho : ai atii nin with their i Diplomat
" x I------s and I ir three of Washington. D C and the Ted
ns and their four, of Columbia, S.C .', week lai
was enlarged when Sylvia's brother, Henry Stern, arrived
his wife and three offspring from Columbia Anotl r
: and her family, localites Mr and Mrs. Martin Samuels, and
y,. four, plus Sylvia's father and his wife, Mr. and Mrs G. Stern
leased the size of the group When more relatives, Mr. and
i, Ben Stern and family, of Columbia, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
bmon and their four put in an appearance, the event took on the
RCtf of a convention .
Meanwhile, back at the homestead, the two Friedman sons
re preparing to leave for college Kenneth starting at the
hersity of South Carolina. Honald returning to the University
North Carolina for his junior year Taking it all in stride,
herself a government and art major at the University of
Dm. where shell receive her degree in February.
*
full house for the S. M. Garfunkles, of 8951 Abbott ave., with
daughters returning with news of their busy summer activities
IWally Jean, now a senior at Miami Beach High, spent six weeks
)hio State University, concentrating on speech and the modern
let Dava Louise toured eight countries in Europe, deciding
Paris was the "most Here from Sherman Oaks, Calif.,
[a month, eldest daughter and husband. Lynn and Mike Schuster.
twins Alan and Sterfi Paternal grandparents are the F.
Bisters nf Surfside and Bay Harbor Still another daughter,
ets and her husband. Monte Friedkin. who will be living in Key-
Be Point, Youngstown. O.. with six-month old daughter. Mindi.
(ring host for the family reunion .
1921 S\V 18th ave a real beehive of activity these days .
IC of the Andrew Mandela and family, son Robert just returned
ROTC training at Ft. Benning, Ga. ... In February, he'll
luate from the University of Miami with a major in accounting
an Army commission An honor student at Miami Senior
and Dade County Junior College, lovely blonde daughter
ia will study dental hygiene at Temple University this fall .
|ting ready to leave a little early so he can spend a few weeks
lew York visiting relatives, seeing the Broadway shows and of
rse shopping for those wonderful college clothes .
Former Greater Miami residents. Martin and Betty Schatfel.
peats for the past two years of Los Angeles, vacationing here
their two children. David and Mark Staying at the homes
[Mrs. Lillian Schaffel and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wein-
im .
A two-year t< i r with the Air Force in England over for Dr.
Jron Couiton Son of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Nathan Coulton, 2775 SW
ive., he will now practice his dentistry in the South Miami
Pea
young people whose choice of college also Involved a
g< of climate shopping for the kind of heavy woolen clothes
never needed bere Freddie Kaye, son of Ellen and Leon
^^< ing to Cambridgi .tumor College in Massachusetts
, i h local friends won't be too far away at Boston Univer-
David Hecht, .-on "I Florence and Isadora Hecht, a sopho
fe now \',t\.. Weiss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiss.
Mike Fleming, son of Dr and Mrs. Richard M Fleming, start
at the bottom.
*
While in Canada. Edward and Terry Newman were guests ol
fc St Onge. City Commissioner of Grand Mere, who flew them
Bis prhate plane to the Laurentian Hunting and Fishing Club in
[In for a week The Newmans anJ three-month-old Susan
been visiting Terry's relatives in Shawinigan Falls Before
Drning home they made stops in Boston and New York .
I A lazy week of rest and relaxation in the waters around Florida
Harvey and Jean Fleischman on their boat "Quartet" The
cr two members of the crew for whom the boat was named.
|] ; rily absent Son Robert at Nellis AFB in Nevada. Rich-
in Cleveland. Ga., with Southeast Federation of Temple
tth .
Tw.. week holiday for Mrs Harry Linsky and daughter. Patty
p.: of Bay Harbor Islands There for the grand opening ol
Captain's Table." restaurant designed by the man of the house,
visiting Mr- L's mother. Mrs Sadie Heifetz, and two
rs. Mrs. Archie Raite and Mrs. Benjamin Neiman .
beautiful mementos of their 35-day European-Orient
1 now ( the Crystal House apartment of Mr. and Mrs.
. The Wolfs visited Norwav, German} France and
well as thi Far East, and even made a stopover in
ed Mm arl museums in Moscow and brought
alalaikas for tl ir gi andchildren.
* *
to wastt a minut< Mrs. Rhea Cashman Gladwin, of
r: currently recuperating from surgery in Philadelphia,
p' er conva e'scencc ti meet and exchange ideas with fellow
board lumbers .! the Women's division of the Amor l ill
lei i Hebrew University, whom she met at the national
ti : h< re last y< ar
loth ihi director am ent of the Bikur Cholim Kosh i
I] '>(. tef Mil : a few weeks out of tile city .
|t i rmer Mrs Vicl ria l Roe vacationing in the mountaii
> k the latter, Mrs Joseph Reiser, and husband visiting
| lathes in Baltimore. Md. .
trout fishing and golfing "just great" for Peg and Les Sim-
nds who are in the Great Smoky Mountains .
: from the Mediterranean. Sam and Mac Rivkind are tincf-
L iht Sunlane Route to Europe "unbelievab j beautiful" .
Ruth an 1 Charlie Jecobson back from a week in Nassau, where
ed to store up enough energy to se< them through the hectic
1 r season coming along ...
.m Kraff enjoying tvery minute of her visit to Israel So
. been to Tt 1 Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa.
a
its Laik to photographs oi their two curly hea led granddaught-
Kutl and Ben Zion Gin.sburg Aviva and Ranana. one
I i respect vely, house guests for three weeks with their par-
Barbara (nee Ginsburg and Rabbi Jack M Rosoff The
1 now home in the north, where Rabbi Rosoff is spiritual
pder of Beth Emeth in Larchmont ...
Fourteen-year-oid Linda Hauman's mementos from her first
Camp Bell* Aire Tenn are a hillbilly accent, athletic
and awards, membership in the secret honor society, but
tant, prowess in water skiing "jusl like Jackie Kennedy
Daughter of Florence and Harry Ha.isman. of North Kay rd..
' i' tty deb is now in the ninth grade at Nautilus Junior High .
I ach at Westbrooke Country Club for last Saturday's midnight
d bniakfasl danct wen the Irving Perlmans, who had been
Mexico with daughter Natalie, and the David Steinbergs
1 ry Shapiro, who with their families had sojourned in i;
tw Orleans .
Uewisli Floridian
Miami, Fiorida, Friday, September 7. 1962
te:tjcr. z
Standing (lefl to right) are Mrs. Walter Falk and Mrs. Richard
Herold. Seated is Mrs. Louis Seitlin, president of Beth David
Sisterhood, which will hold its annual "Shipwreck Party" on
Sept. 15. 8:30 p.m., at Beth David. Midnight supper will be
served. Mrs. Falk and Mrs. Joseph Nurenberg are co-chair-
men oi the event. Music will be by Al Schor and his orch-
estic.
Technion Women Spearhead Drive
Greater Miami women are spear-
heading a drive for new memners
for the American Technion Society.
Mr- Philip Thau, presidsnt of
the Greater Miami Women's Divi-
sion, announced that all of Dade
county will be am assed for women
who wish t" i ssui students an ap-
portunity for advanced education
::. science and engineering.
At a board of directors meeting
held Friday. Mrs. Norman C. Hill
was named membership chairman
for the City of Miami; Mrs. Morton
Fellman, South Miami; Mrs. Abram
I: Anthony, Bay Harbor; Mrs. Rose
C. Abrams Coral Gables; Mrs.
Alexander Bearman, North Miami;
and Mesdames Louis C. Kohn and
Trachtenberg, co-chairmen of
Mi rton Towers,
Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag. vice
i i .dent, is overall membership
chairman.
We have over 3(H) active mem
bers in the Greater Miami Wom-
en's chapter, and hope to double
this total." said Mrs Thau.
"Throughout the United States
women's chapters like ours invite
members, tthrough their dues, to
help Students by providing faculty
and tuition costs, books, scientific
equipment, and all other expenses
necessary to the successful func-
tioning of Technion and its stu-
dents," sin added.
"Israel's continued development
its very existence is firmly
tied to the technical skills of its
citizens."
Under the count) ^ra plan, the
chapter will sponsor ttas and lun-
cheers at homes and in c< ;
located public buildings, where
speakers and films will bring the
Tethnion story to the new members.
First general meeting is H lied
rle.i for October 19 at noon.
Sinai School
Graduates Nurses
Graduation exerci es ol the Mt.
Sinai Hospital School ol Nursing
were held Aug. 29. in Wolfson
Auditorium. The 37 graduates be-
came the 11th class to COmpli ti
a course of practical nursing since
tin -chool was founded in 1951.
Nationally and state accredited,
the school, under th< aegis and
sponsorship of the Women's Aux-
iliary of Mt. Sinai, maintains a
faculty of six teachers and one
associate director, w.th Mrs. Car-
men Ross, director of the Hospital
Department of Nursing, in charge.
Ceremonies for the year's class
included a program by the school
glee club, the processional of fac-
ulty, alumni, and students, and a
color guard ceremony.
Presiding over the evening's
formalities was Mrs. Philip Lef-
kowitz. chairman of the school ad-
visory committee for the Auxiliary,
and J. Gerald Lewis, president of
the hospital.
Greetings were extended by
Samuel Gertner. executive direc-
tor, and the presentation of diplo-
mas and pins was made by Mrs.
Ross and Mrs. Roberta Holloway,
associate director of the schorl.
Graduation address was given
by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
noted attorney and civic leader,
and a member of the Dade County
Board of Education, who spoke on
"The Nurse as a Community Lead-
er."
The following awards were pre-
sented to outstanding students:
Women's Auxiliary Award, pre-
sented by Mrs A. Herbert Mathes,
president of the Auxiliary, to Mrs.
Martha Jernigan. "best all around
graduate;" Faculty Award, by
Mrs Holloway to Miss Inga Dedy
for "the most exemplary conduct
ar.d leadership;" Alumni Award.
presented by Candido Otero to
Miss Dorothy Dietz for "personal
and vocational leadership;" the
three Medical Advisory Board
Awards, presented by Dr. Jesse O.
Halpem to Mrs. Mary Kasper for
medical nursing, to Mrs. Helen
Brodkey for surgical nursing, and
to Miss Carole Hints for maternal
and child care nursing; and a new
award, the Achievement Award.
I > Mrs Ross to Miss Myrna I.ef-
kowitz.
E. Albert Pallot (left). Miami Beach civic leader end banking
executive, is shown with his bride, the former Mrs. Hermine
Borcx, of New York City, and Gail end Jack Sandier prepara-
tory lo their flight to Lisbon. The two couples left last week
en a safari that will take them completely around the conti-
nent of Africa, a distance of 25.00C miles, equal to a trip
cround the world. A group c' fi.er.es and immediate family
wished the quartet bon voyace ai : ktail party ust before
lcke-oH.


Page 2-B
* Jen 1st tieridiar
Mildred
G.
Cooking
Corner
The loaves of bread which utilize
baking powder or baking soda as,
the leavener are the homemaker".-
delight. So speedily are they made
that we call them quick breads,
yet they add distinction to the |
simplest family meal or the most
elaborate tea. In cooking circles,
the loaves are divided into two
classes. The first is appropriately
labeled "fancy breads." since
these are the delicate rich ones we
use for our finest tea sandwiches
The second group goes by the in-
appropriate name of "heavy
breads Actually the term
"hearty" would describe them
more closely, for these are the firm-
er loaves, more suited to family
meals or nutritious sandwiches.
1'erhaps the name was picked as
a contrast to the delicacy of the
"fancy breads."
Today we are selecting two of
the so-called "heavy breads" for
i e script ion. The first, called Seedy
Eread because of the caraway
seeds it contains, is so unusual in
texture and appearance that it docs
lequire a little comment. The
I read is baked in a round, heavy
skillet, When done, the crust is
somewhat thick, the texture a bit
crumbly, and the flavor delicious
Cut into wedges, and spread gen-
erously with -oft butter. Seedy
Bread makes .1 grand after-school
Siiaclf with milk, or a pleasant ac-
companiment for a liuht supper or
that mid-afternoon cup of tea or
coffee. It may be .eaten slightly
warm, but will cut better if cooled,
wrapped in waxed paper, and kept
overnight.
The Peanut Bread is a true loaf,
and guaranteed to add new inter- ;
eM to the school lunch box. The
chopped peanuts add crunchy tex-
ture and accentuate the always
popular peanut butter flavor. A
simple cream cheese spread is sug-
gested, but for those who are "just!
mad about" peanut butter, this
may be used as the filling as well.
Like most quick breads, this one
also slices better if it is complete-
ly cooled, then wrapped in waxed
paper overnight.
Seedy Bread
4 cups sifted all-purpose flour
1-2 teaspoons baking soda
lMi teaspoons double-acting bak-
ing powder
1 teaspoon salt
', cup sugar
3-8 cup firm butter or margarine
2 cups buttermilk
'. egg. slightly beaten
2"-i tablespoon.- caraway seeds
m cup- seedless raisins
Sifl together into a mixing bowl
the flour, baking soda, baking pow-
der, salt, an sugar. Cul in the
rtening until the mixture re
e meal. Add the
. seeds and raisins (
thi butti rmilk and
in- into the hatter only until
blended. Be careful not to over-
mix Spread the batter evenly
Into a well-greased, heavy, oven-
proof skillet (iron is best 1. and
bake at 350 degs. F. for about one
hour, until well browned. Cool on
a rack after removing from the
nan. This bread must be eaten
while still slightly warm, but will
-lice more easily if stored over
light.
Peanut Bread
I cup shelled roasted peanuts
3 tablespoons smooth! peanut
margarine
3 tablespoons smoth peanut
butter
1 cup firmly packed dark brown
sugar
1 egg
2 cups sifted all purpose flour
1 j teaspoon baking soda
1 tea.-poon double acting baking
powder
1 i teaspoon sail
1 cup sour milk or buttermilk
1 se unsalted peanut-, and chop
them medium fine. Cream togeth-
er the shortening, peanut butter,
and brown sugar. Add the egg and
beat until light and fluffy Sift
together tlic flour, baking soda,
baking powder, and salt Add to
the batter alternately with the milk.
Stir only until blended Add the
peanuts. Pour Ihe batter into a
greased and floured 9x5x3 inch loaf
pan. and bake at 850 degs F about
one hour, until a cake tester insert-
ed in the center comes out dry. and
the crust is a rich brown. Remove
from the pan and cool on a rack
with the top up. For easy slic-
ing, cool thoroughly, wrap in wax-
ed paper, and store overnight.
Fr:dy September 7
Rabbi Mochfei Honors
A luncheon hononnj r-
Thursday. Sept 1:, '^^
Tempi, B
Left to right are Mrs. Lawrence Weston, membership chair-
man. Mrs. Ray Morse, president of Temple Menorah Sister-
hood. Mrs. Max Krauss. and Mrs. Al Mechlowitz as they dis-
cuss the recent membership tea at the home of Mrs. Krauss
on Allison Island. Mrs. Joseph Feldman was proqram chair-
man cf the event whose theme highlighted "Hats Off to Sister-
hood."
lom,
IS
happiness -
old
fashioned?
No, indeed'But jom,o( (, y
Old hj.m 5h Kn*x u-7
atance. He ,iBI, G
used to make! Ho. (?
ff *? Easy As easy ,s tnj
"8 er,' a--- ekatM
o onion. You'll aeejw
How the economical $.
reettons on KASHA paoge.
HAVE SOME
for DINNER
TONIGHT
BUT BE SURE
YOU MAKE
ENOUGH!
-
JVS Appoints Committee Heads
First regular board meeting ol
the Jewish \ ocational Sen i<
be held on Thursday evening
Sept 13. in the confer
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
oration
At a recent "committee da>
meeting conducted by Barney
Bernstein, president, Ihe following
chairmen were appointed
Charles Hertzoff, administrative:
Marshall S Hani- building; Jer-
ome (i Greene, employers advis
ory: Mrs. Gerald P Sol'/, individ-
I ual and group guidance. Sam Luby,
I jr.. Jewish Vocational Service
Jewish Home for the Aged liaison.
Arthur L. Willner. legislative
l Ruskin. nominating
Mrs Charles P
nnnel prai tices
Hyman program and
housii Marshall S Harris, work
hup and Mrs Jack Chertfau,
public ind public relations.
Jewish Vocational Service, which
npei ati .1 pi ogi am including edu-
1 ational 1 areer 11 tinseling, group
guidance, job placement and 1
sheltered workshop located al 5252
NE 2nd ave 1- a beneficiary
agency > ish Federation and .1 member of
the Welfare Planning Council "f
Da le County.
Wbm
Vtlkim
:.! :
Buck*' Aj; (- ,
Wol" |h ;-,'
Km^j 'N C,!., KiKifne
Hit msm cooriOM
Ji"' I -tltto:
Hiylln Wo-, PtmYr, H.1.
Back to 'Shool1
Weekend Slated
. i I endshi] will be
theme of Temple -l noi
cial back to kend
1 members ill be welcomed
t ,-.c!; after summer ^acations
eth i'\ ening sen ices -
held on Fridaj at 19 p m., under
the spiritual leadership <>t Rabbi
1. Abramowitz, 1111 cantor
vard Klein and the Tempi.
Maurice RevitZ, president of
pie Menorah. will greet friends
and members after services and
introduce the Temple leader- The
Shabbal will be sponsored
Sisterhood, with president,
Mr- Ray Morse, and a committei
mg as hostesses,
At the back to "Shool" party-
en Saturday nuht in the Temple
social hali. the Menorah Players
vi'I present a comedy, "The
] .<. sin' Seasons."
A Round of golf at Caesarea
One of the world's great attractions in golfdom is the course at
Caesarea, the Roman capital of Palestine, 2.000 years ago.
Every inch of the ground is historical. Perhaps a Rorran coin
lies under the divot of turf you may take, on your next iron shot
to the green! Or you may day dream and see a column of Legion*
rtaires, marching to the nearby Hippodrome where gadiators
are fighting for Herod's amusement. Golf? Wake up! It's a
Simcha at Caesarea.
The Taste of Yuban Coffee
Every sip of Yuban is a Simcha in itself because it is the worlds
richest coffee. The secret is aged coffee beans-. -tiie
best-flavored wines and cheese. Then added to Yul i
for deep, dork, delicious taste.
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[Friday. September 7. 1962
Jtmlitn^rkHrtr
Page 3-B
Mizrachi Women Slate Convention
?nts of ORT chapters in Southeast Flor- Louis Baron, Morton Weinberger, and Sey-
|da upper row (standing left to right) are Mes- mour Goldstein. Bottom row (seated) are Mes-
crr.es William Fishman, Arthur Winton. Sey- dames Mark Ciilin, Alan Venzer, Harry Rosen-
IOUI Shafran, Max Aarons, Jack Kramer, blatt, Edward Blackman, and Henry Gilbert.
loL'f h Florida Chapters to Join Nation
36fh Year American ORT Celebration
ployablc. these centers are needed
to give intensive one-year courses
to trainee.- who can then be placed
in industrv.
By Special Report
NEW YORKMizrachi Women's
Organization of America will hold
its first New York City conven-
tion in twenty years Sept. 16 to
19, it was announced here by Mrs.
Moses Dyckman. national presi-
dent.
More than a thousand delegates
from 37 states and the District of
Columbia are expected to attend
the four-day meeting to be held in
the Hotel New Yorker.
Speakers at public sessions of
the convention will include major
American and Israeli government
al leaders and top spokesmen of
the Zionist movement in the U.S.
Mrs. Eli Resnikoff. of Brook-
lyn, convention chairman, announ-
ced the following major session
highlights:
Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman
of the American Zionist Council,
will deliver a major address on
the future of Zionism in the U.S.
at the opening session of the con-
vention. Sunday afternoon. Sept.
16.
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, re-
cipient of the 1962 "America Israel
Friendship Award.'' will address
the keynote session. Sunday eve-
ning. Sept. 16.
Moshe Kol. world director of
Youth Aliyah, will address the
Youth Aliyah session en Monday
evening. Sept. 17.
Israel's Ambassador Avraham
Harman. and Rabbi Mordecai
Kirshblum. president of the Relig-
ious Zionists of America, will
speak at a closing dinner on Tues-
day evening. Sept. 18.
Among other major speakers
scheduled are Asher Cailingold. di-
rector of the Haifa Community
Center, a joint project of Amer-
ican and Canadian Mizrachi Wom-
en; Jacob Klein, a former student
of the Bessie C.otslVId Cruldiv:i s
Village and Farm School, at Ra-
anana. Israel: and Ral l.j Itzchak
Greenberg. professor ci Yeshiva
University.
Hatikvah Chapter
Has Card Party
Hatikvah chapter. B'nai B'nth
Women, held a fund-raising card
party on Wednesdaj afternoon at
tht Morton Towers social hall.
Chairmen were Mrs. Jack Grob
and Miss Gertrude Caster. as-is-
ted by Mesdames Harold S. Cap-
Ian. Isadore Levin. Morris Garber
and Dorothy Stern.
Mrs Robert Litt is president of
the group.
The 12 chapters of the South-
Hern Florida region of Women's
terican ORT will join the rest
he nation in celebrating the
tt year since the establishment
the American Branch of ORT
its meetings next week.
I
Bay Chapter, Mrs Louis Baron.
isident, will meet Tuesday noon
unch at the Roncy Plaza hotel.
gram will also include a show
Fr dcrichs Furs.
Biscayne chapter, Mrs. Jack
amer, president will meet on
ursday. Sept. 13. at 1 p.m., in
card room of Morton Towers
_^reater Miami chapter will meet
Sp-ilay, 11:30 a.m.. at the Moulin
ge for a member-bring-a-mem-
^fc card luncheon.

Blunders chapter will meet Tues-
B* 1130 a.m.. at the Moulin
t for a member-bring-amem-
.ard luncheon
w *
liami Beach Afternoon chapter,
William Fishman, president.
meet Wednesday. 11:45 am..
unch al the Roney Plaza hotel.
*
boral Gables chapter is planning
lew Calendar
low Available
By Special Report
i Wilno Kosher Sausage Com
<>f Chicago, pioneers in manu-
lunr.g pure beef" kosher deli-
_es-en products, has published
lew Hebrew-English calendar for
>< ir 5723. 1962-63, which is now
: distributed by Wilno deal
addition to the dates of the
n>h and legal holidays, the al-
lac has other important and
fcful information and prayers.
th as Kaddish, Yizker, blessings
(the Torah, and dates of Sfirch.
B'Omer, Tisho B'Av, when
Idings are not permitted and
led out for weddings to
held.
I alendar is also available at
,-.'i Floridian.
a floral art program, featuring El-
I ton E.'c'.man, at the home of Mrs
Tina Pullman, 4808 Granada hlvd..
on Wednesday at 1 p.m.

Greynolds Park chapter, Mrs Ar-
thur Winton. president, will meet
for lunch at the Dunes motel on
Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. Program
will include the first birthday cele-
bration of the chapter and a skit.
. .
Hollywood chapter will meet for
lunch and a fashion show at the
Club House restaurant on Tuesday
I neion. Mrs. Alan Venzer is presi-
i dent

North Dade chapter will meet
! Sept. 19 at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion. Theme of the program will
| be "Crazy Hats." Mrs. Henry Gil-
bert is president.

North Miami chapter was to meet
this Thursday. Sept. 6. 8:15 p m .
at Carol City Town Hall in a pro-
gram featuring an original skit
Mrs. .Seymour Shafran is president.
*
South Miami chapter, Mrs. Sey-
mour Goldstein, president, will hold
a luncheon at Leonard's La Pena
ion Tuesday. 11 30 a.m. Program
, will feature an original skit.
*
Southwest chapter, Mrs. Morton
Weinberger, president. will meet
Wednesday evening. 8.30 p.m.. at
the Everglades Elementary School.
Program will feature a musical re
view

The largest non-government al vo-
1 cational training agency in the
' world. ORT has schools in 20 coun-
tries on five continents. In 1961.
' ORT's schools trained 36.459 immi-
grants and inhabitants of under
i developed countries in more than
, 70 modern trades and skill.
A new ORT project, to construct
new buildings, wings and das*
: rooms wherever needed, will be-
i come operative this year ORT
Israel, the Israeli Government, and
four municipalities. Haifa. Tel
Aviv. Jerusalem and Beersheeba,
will establish apprenticeship cen-
ters Because of Israel's need for
manpower, and the Increased num-
ber of teen-agers who are unenv
^Ot: Cjustavc 'J-istel
DENTIST
announces ;: e opening o\ his office
at
1205 Lincoln Road
V -v.' BE/
Telephone 531-9894
(Formerly of 1CC5 N.E. 125th Streel '- rtH
buzz in
t_.
for these
GREAT SAVINGS
fresh
new
merchandise
REDUCTIONS RIGHT FROM STOCK
plus
HUNDREDS OF SPECIAL PURCHASES
THROUGHOUT THE STORE
I
shop every floor
all five burdine's stores
SHOP FRIDAY AWD MONDAY
NIGHTS TIL 9:30
SORRY NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS
M AMI 163rd ST. MIAMI BIACH FT. lAUDIRDAll WIST PAIM BIACH


Pcqe 4-B
JfHistffcri(fiar
Fiidoy, September 7, ]9
1S62
Norses' Uniforms from Days Gone By
Will be Modeled at Auxiliary Brunch
Beach Council Meet
Miami
"ig
Beach 1 mncii of
B rtth Women, pi M.v ..-j
a*
Wb............. ..... ?5S?ui,r:s;,sp,a......--. r;
Soren Nightingales firsl began Selected as the model tor he
ministering to the needs of the 1962-63 Cedars uniform is Mrs.
David Stuzin, .1 registered nurse.
iher Lerman,
Wednesday eve. "JJ-M
vUle hotel. c "
The Council Includes toe fen,,, 1
ig chatters Ha iwn. T*
HaUkyah, Miami .h. k&*
and North Shore. "^
Beth Am Sets
"Nurse's Uniforms Then and Now" will be the title of an
unusual program presented by Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary
at its first membership brunch Tuesday at the Museum of
Science and Natural History on S. Miami ave. Shown are
Mrs. George Soule (left) inspecting the 1962 model outfit worn
by Cedars RN Supervisor Miss Lewellyn Winchell, as Mrs.
Mitchell Goldman (seated) and Mrs. Edward Soule (right)
look on.
Natura
ave
Program chairman. Mrs Nor-
man Brown, and Mr- Ted Lotter-
man. administrative vice presi-
dent, were originators of the idea
of showing the authentic uniforms activities
to B Miami audience before they Scheduled on the
Hartle>
courses, and now coiuwmi ruiii oy neruey'i will k
least one day's work weekly in the modeled by member* and %,
OfOit 11
Recovery Room
The brunch on Tuesday official
Iv inaugurates the Auxiliary's fall
Mrs

program is a
children
chairman
Chairman of th otilliea 'w
seventh and eightli ^r;idr rhild-^-
is Mrs Herman I- Class
IO a .Miami auim-im- i.ii"i. ...... ikwiwo i-----...... start siion iml \w i
could be seen assembled anywhere report by Mrs Joseph B.rshan on "' ;"; a" '**
else. volume.'.- inservlces and an ac "ns ,a ***&&* reservittoat
Pioneer Women Plan Activities
Pioneer Women, Club 1, dinner
on Sunday at 6 p.m.. will be given
ty Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garter in
honor of their son's marriage. Te
bf held at Temple Kneseth Israel.
1415 Euclid ave.. aU proceeds of
the dinner will go to the Child
Rescue Fund. Mrs. Joseph Krantz
i.- president of the group.
I
Bebe Idelson Club's first open
meeting of the season this Thurs
day. 1 p.m.. in the Washington
Federal bids on Normandy Isle.
v- to include a cultural program
and refreshments. Mrs. Isaac Of-
Abe Horrowifz Auxiliary
Ladies' Auxiliary of Abe Horro-
itz Post. Jewish War Veterans,
v^s to sponsor a mah jone and
card party thi- Thursday evening
; the Unified bldg., No. Miami
l ich.
. fenhenden is president.
*
Kadimah chapter will have all
the facilities of the Westbrooke
Country Club at their disposal for
a swim party on Wednesday, from
i 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. All funds go
to the Child Rescue Fund. Mrs.
Moses Meyer is in charge of res-
ervations, and Mrs. J. Feld is in
charge of tickets.
Transportation chairmen arc
Mrs. Jacob Raffel. president. Mrs
Lillian Cohen. Mrs. Fred Sandier,
and Mrs. Moses Meyer.
A regular meeting of the chap
ter will be held on Thursday eve-
Sept. 13. at the school annex
of Beth David. Guest speaker
will be Hendnk .1 Herns, news
analyst of The Miami News, who
broadcasts over radio station
WGBS. Ili> topic will be "The
World Today." Chairman ol the
evening is Mrs. Moses Meyer,
only HELLMANN'S
could do such wonderful
things for salads!
Tonight, make your salad too
tempting to resist! It's easy with
any one of Hellmann's tanta-
lizing dressingsFrench... Old
Homestead1 French ... or
Italian. All three give your
salads fuller, zestier flavor..?
more enticing aroma. Try them
soon with meat or dairy
meals. They're sure to become a
family favorite just like
Hellmann's* Mayonnaise!
Try
HELLMANN'S FRENCH
So subtly
spiced...
so aromatic
Many of these early styles come
from museums, and some have
been loaned by private collectors,
it was disclosed bj Mrs. Nathaniel
Levin, .\11\1l1a1\ president
They'll span several centuries."
she said. "The museum affords
a perfect setting for this unique
fashion show that will truly be
original and refreshing."
Mrs June Beauvais, president of
the Florida stale Nurses' Regis-
try in Orlando, is making a special
trip to Miami to participate in the
highly entertaining and education
al program. She will be bringing
with her a number of valuable
copies of models worn by nurses
'during the Crimean War and the
Civil War These were carefully
sewn by Florida nurses, using
drawings and photographs from
history books.
The life ot one of the most color
ful personalities m the American
nursing profession will be drama-
tized A iorn-cob smoking giant-
ess of a woman, known by the
name of Sairy Gamp, will be "re-
vived' and her quaint nurse's uni-
form displayed for the tir-t time.
Shoshana Chapter
'Carnival Time'
It's "Carnival Time" U hana chapter of B'nai B'rith Worn-
n On Tuesday, 8 IS 11 m at the
Fi< .1 Hall. 2300 NE 171st a
Com : prospective
membi rs will be held.
There will In' games, prizes, con-
tests, booths, and exhibits showing
what Shoshana Women are doii
the community, and what B'nai
B'rith Women are doing on the na-
tional and international scene
In charge ol information are Mrs
Robert Tavlin, membership chair-
man, and Mrs. Richard .Salomon.
TETLEY
JCED TEA IS
GESHMAKSTE!i
count of membership recruitment
by Mrs Julius Spector
In charge of reservations arc
[Mrs Mitchell Goldman, Mrs Ed
ward Soule. and Mr- George hold its annual da it the Cm
Soule blanca hotel on Saturday nicht,
Souvenirs and personally-mono- All funds raised '> the boa-
caps will be given to pital. Chairman sidnn
Flamingo Chapter Donee
Flamingo chap-. N .
al Children's Card 1 Hospital tjq
grammed
all who attend.
to pital. Chairman
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Jg||fjfl norktiar
Page 5-B
20 Top Professionals in Childhood Study
Staff Four Center Branch Schools Here
beaming Prime Ministsr David Ben-Gurion and wife of 45
I s, Paulo, at dedication of Beit Paula, community center
be buil: by Pioneer Women in Tel Aviv.
'ioneer Women Honor B-G's Wife
By Special Report
oneer Women, the Women's
bor Zionist Organization of
erica, will pay tribute to "o-
ir-old I'auia Ben-Gurion. wife'of
Prime Minister of Israel, with
building i f a Sioo.ooo two-story
nmunity tenter in Tel Aviv, it
been announced by Mrs. Sid-
ly Left, national president of
>neer Women.
Hie center which will be called
\v\\ I'auia." and administered by
Det/et llapoalot, sister organiza-
)n of 1'ior.eer Women in Israel.
be situated in the formerly un-
privileged area of Givat Ha'-
ba I "Hillock of Newcomers") in
fa. It will include a' day nur-
r>, children's club, and women's
rial and educational center.
Mis Ben-Gi rion, who together
h her husband was present at
the recent cornerstone-laying cere
monies, charmed her audience by
disclaiming the honor bestowed;
upon her. and declining to make I
any formal comments. "I am not
Ben-Gurion, I do not make
speeches." she said. When the
laughter, in which the Prime Min-
ister joined, had subsided, the for-
1 mer American public nurse added,
"Two speech-makers in the family
would be too much."
Pioneer Women, with members
i throughout the United States and
Canada, provides almost half of all
social services for Israeli women,
youth, and children in nearly l.OOU
cliilil care and immigrant rehabi-
litation centers throughout Israel.
In the United States. Pioneer
Women promotes participation in
I American civic life and Jewish
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Jeannette B. Schwartz, newly-
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childhood development program of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, heads a stall of
nore than 20 professional early
hi.dhood development educators
is the GMJCC schools opened on
'uesday, serving mure than 200
hildre.i in Dade county.
Miss Schwartz, who was formcr-
y with the Da le County Child
luidance Clinic as chief psychiat-
ric social worker, indicated that
"the goals for 1962-63 in our pro-
gram will be the achievement, to
lie maximum potential possible,
it each child's development
through the guided group process "
Returning as BCD supervisor for
the Miami Beach YM1IA Branch
is Mrs. Helen Weinstock, a former
graduate of Hunter College in edu-
cation. Assisting Mis> Weinstock
as teachers are June I.ando. who (
received her BS in child develop
ment at Ohio State University: '
Mrs. Hheda Meyers. BS in psychol-
igy and education at the Univer- ,
lity < i Pittsburgh, with graduate |
work at the University of Miami;
Mrs. Sandra Kowen. BS in elemen- |
ary education at the University of
Pittsburgh: and Mrs. Gertrude
We'ss. graduate of State Teachers !
College at Towson. Md.. who has
taken other studies at the Enoch
Pratt Vocational Guidance School. 1
Johns Hopkins University, and I
Florida State University.
At the North County YMHA
1 Branch. Mrs. Bertha Kramer re-
turns once again as ECD super-
visor. Mrs. Kramer has her BS
in education from New York Uni-
versity, and has taken graduate
work at the Florida State Univer-
sity. She will be assisted by Mrs
Ruth Baron. BS in early childhood
education from Adelphi College,
with additional courses at New
York University: Mrs Ellin Heilig,
, Bachelor's degree in education
from the University of Miami;
Mrs. Margaret Jacobson, graduate
of Florida State University, with
an AB in sociology at the Univer-
sity of Miami: Mrs. Gail Maisel,
I tion in nursery, kindergarten and
I primary grades from Queens Col-
ege. NY.: Mrs. Shirley Kahn. BA
n elementary education. Rhode
Island College; Mrs. Miriam Os-
nan, BA in education from Hunter
College and MA in health educa-
tion from Teachers College of Col-
umbia University; Mrs. Irene Pei-
per. diploma in nurserj school and
kindergarten education from the
Ann Reno Institute, and BA in edu-
cation, .specializing in elementary
education, University of Miami;
and Mrs. Beverly Yellen. BA in
education, University of Miami,
specializing in elementary educa-
tion, with gradua'e work at Flor-
! ida State University and the Uni-
versity ol Miami
JIANNETTt SCHWARTZ
BA in education from Brooklyn
College; and Mrs. Sally Lee Levin,
graduate of Women's College. Uni-
versity of North Carolina, with a
BA in speech therapy and educa- |
tion from the University of Mary-
land.
At the Miami YMHA Branch.
head teachers are Mrs. Golda
Chernowsky. who has a BS in ele-
mentary education from Wilson
Teachers College, and has taken
graduate studies at the Florida
State University; and Mrs. Bea-
trice Kramer, Bachelor's degree in
education from the College of the
City of New York
At the Southwest YMHA Branch.
Mrs. Miriam Harris, who i> a
graduate of the Child Education
Foundation cf New York City, as
1 well as the Bank Street School.
1 will be ECD supervisor. Mrs. Har-
ris has also had graduate studies
! at New York University and
j Teachers College of Columbia I'ni-
I versity. She will be assisted by
I Mrs. Rose Ashbes. BA in educa-

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Friday, September 7, 1932
V'Jewist fhriafiar
Page 7-B
BACK-TO-SCHOOL :- the time
for shopping for net clothes
.:< ; for most i;e groups,
styles and range <>f choice are
. ied and easilj accessible. It
ic mothi r oi the young tei n-
, r who has the most problems.
.- in-between j^" is one
re your daughter i^ no long-
little girl, nor is she quite
j for the sophistic n I ward-
of th< laughter entering col-
lier aye is onlj one part
:he pre: Urn; her size is usual-
otlu r. Too small for one
p, and ;(() big for the other.
- becomes a situation where
sh : n and re hm

-pi aking to m iny oi you
have young teen-agers, we
i iht majority of women pre
to bu> separates I r their
tghters. Mrs Arnold Rogan
me who voiced this preference,
mg with the feeling that she
-nt liki unbelted dresses. The
se silhouette does nothing eon
ictivi for the young figure, she
I, and it the dress : ills to inv
ive he: daughter's appearance,
:' -houUI not be worn.
kJRS. i;>rt Kurland was quite
" pleased with what is being
-i >.vn this season. With the na-
tional emphasis in schools on
n atness, many designers are
I icking tht- blouses back in This
year's shirt is the "tuck in" shirt
in boy-look" cottons For these
tailored tops, the trim is with
wide belts. This is not to say a
few ruffles are not in style; but
the emphasis is on simple lines.
A fashion point of interest is the
monogram touch. In the junior
highs, monograms will appear on
shirt and shirt pockets; on the
sleeve of the "lean-look." no-but-
t )ti jacket.-; and most important
of all, on the ascots of blouses, i
Mrs. Jack Glasson likes her
'aughter to mix her separates-
madras blouses with solid color
ascot blou.-cs with plaid
il" S i also a Ided a word
aboul light-colored lipstick and
sensible hair style for this age
group, being quite definite in her
opinion thai bouffant coiffures do
no) belong in the classroom. This
same opinion, incidentally, has
also been voiced by the adminis-
tration of ihe University ol Mi-
ami
The tailored shirl waist in dark
plaids is one of the preferred
"back-to-school" styles recom-
mended by Mrs. William Shapiro,
The wrap-around skirt, which
is regaining popularity, is -.
gested by Mrs. Robi rt Goldstein
for the youngster who is quite
slim. Hips that aren'l too round-
ed, and waists that mil-! shrink,
seem to look well m this ,kirt sil-
houette

A compromise on hair styles
** was the choice of Mrs. Will-
aid Wohlgelmuth. The extreme
ll.it styles and very short hair are
rot her favorites tor the young-
sters. She also prefers sep-
arates, adding that every girl
should be well-groomed at all
times.
Mrs. Fred Stone doesn't care
for the printed shifts being -Mown
in the local stores, especially if
worn without the belt, but she >
does like the transitional print
cresses, while at the same time
continuing against skirts that are
too shortespecially for chubby
girls. Separates are her recom-
mendation because girls get more
wear out of them, the laundry is ,
less, and they are always smart-
looking.
Beach Hadassah Units Launch Season;
Will Send Delegates to Convention
MRS. SHELDON BERiV.AH
Nassau Trip
For Bermans
Mary Ann Alderm u e the
bride of Sheldon M. Berman >i
Sunday. Aug. 26. at Congn
Yehudah Moshe with Rabbi Shel-
don Steinmetz officiating.
Following a reception and din-
ner at the Temple, the newlyweds
lift for a honeymoon in Nassau,
On their return, they will live on
North Miami Beach
The bride Is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Sydney K. Alderman,
12405 NW 13th ave., formerly of
Farmington, Conn Now a dental
assistant, she is a graduate of
.North Miami High and Dade Junior
College, and belongs to the Miami
chapter of B'nai B'rith Women.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berman. 16200
NE 8th ct.. North Miami Beach,
formerly of Chicago. 111. He atten-
ded Roosevelt College and the Uni-
versity of Miami, and served in the
U. S. Air Force. He is at present
employed by the North Miami
Beach Water Company.
A group of 25 women, headed
by Miss Lillian Goodman, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach chapter
I of Hadassah. and the presidents
and delegates of the chapter's 14
1 groups will leave for the 48th na-
tional convention of Hadassah in
Pittsburgh, Pa., from Sept. 16 to
19.
Coming from Israel to address
the convention will be Mrs. Golda
Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister
Locally, the Miami Beach chap-
ter, with a membership of 4.50U.
will sponsor a "Gay Nineties" ex-
travaganza to raise funds for
equipment for the new Hadassah-
Hebrew University Hospital in Je-
rusalem.
Opening meetings of the gi
ith spi cial programs a r I le
business agendas, are as
*
Brardeis, Monday. 11:30 am.
Fontainebleau hotel. Guest
peaki r, Mrs. Edith i lei., r.
Herzi Mondaj n.....i al the Eden
Hoc hotel. A dramatic reading by
Mrs. Alic Km at
Israeli, M< :.dav noon, at the Al
jii r hoti I Gel ting Acq lainted"
and community singing.
Emma Lazarus, Monday noon,
at the Washingti n Federal bldg.
Guest speaker. Burnett M. Roth,
in "Israel It's Place in Current
World Events
Har.na Senesch, Monday noon,
at the Eden Roc hotel. Special pro-
gram, skit. "'Doubt and Doubters."
followed by a musical program by
Ronnie Leonard.
Consul Dover Will Be on Cruise
Zeev Dover. Consul of Israel for
the Southeastern United States,
will be among the guests aboard
the SS Jerusalem on its Shalom
Cruise through the Caribbean from
Nov. 8 to 20.
Announcement that Consul and
Mrs Dover will be aboard the Zim
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Shaloma, Monday noon. Ron^y*
Plaza hotel. Member bring a-
member." followed by a card
party.
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Henrietta Siold, Monday, at
, 12:30. in the Algiers hotel. Special
musical program, Mrs. France*
Berliner Refreshments and re-
ports
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Stephen s. wise, Monday, 11:30
a.m.. at the Barcelona hotel, lun
This i- Your
i N'arral r, Mrs. H a r r y
K. pel.
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Morton Towers. Met last Mon-
day, l p m in the car i r om of
the south building ol Mort in i
ers. Review of "Aliyah," by Dr.
Howard M Sachar, Mrs. Rose
Kaplan is program chairman. Mrs.
Samuel < Idl erg is ; i esi lent if
the group.
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Esther. lation of ofi ;
held on Tues laj noon a; 'he Bar-
celona hotel. Dr. J. R. Schwartz
red the ceremony. Musical
ram was presented by Joseph
Malek, baritone, accompanied by
Olga Hibor Stern. Mr-. Chie
Perlyn is president.
Gables 0RT to Meet *
Coral Gables chapter of Women' *
American ORT will hold its first
meeting of the new season on Wed-
nesday, 1 p. m., at the home of Mrs.
Tina Pullman. 4808 Granada blvd.
Elton Edelman, florist, will ba
speaker. Program will also in-
clude a humorous skit
Lines' luxury ship was made Wed-
nesday by Akiva Goffer, vice pres-
ident of the American-Israeli Ship-
ping Company. Goffer returned
I this week from an 18-day tour of
Atlanta. New Orleans. Birming-
ham. Houston and other Southern
cities.
H? met there with Jewish
community leaders who will join
more than 200 members of the
Greater Miami Israel Assn. for
the l?- the Caribbean.
The ss Jerusal m, c
refurbished for its fall schiri lie of
cruis< from Miami ill d
Haifa on Oct. iv. and
Miami on Nov. 4. after .. brief
stopover in New York I
Maurice Revitz, Bl I Essei
Leonard Solomon, leaders of the
Greater Miami Israel Assn., urged
all those interested in joining the
cruise, on winch Consul Dover will!
represent the Govorment of Israel.
| to telephone their reservations to
the Zim office now.
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Histadrut Leaders
Off to Israel
Mr and Mis Philip Krau-. Mi
ami Beach civic ami religious
leaders, will leave tor Israel on
Sept. 12 to attend official dedica-
tion ceremonies of a 10-room
bungalow they have donated to the
Bel Avot in Union- operated by
Mishan, the welfare department of
Histadrut,
Announcement of the Kraut
was made by Joshua Z. Siadlan.
president of the Israel Histadrut
Committee of Greater Miami, and
by Max Hecht, chairman ol its
development fund committee.
Since moving here from Wash-
ington, D.C., Mr. and Mrs. Kraus
have been active in all phases
of the Jewish community. Mrs.
Kraus and her husband are
members of Temple EmanuEI.
Kraus is treasurer of B i a I i k
Branch of Farband, and plays
an active role in the Greater
Miami committee for State of
Israel Bonds.
Mr and Mr- Kraus will return
Nov. 1 via El Al Israel Air Lines
Histadrut's welfare department
operates and maintains four Batei
Avot. parents homes, in Israel
They are located in Holon. Haifa.
F.ai and Jerusalem. Both Israeli
and American Jews are currently
utilizing the modern homes for
Senior citizens.
Cantor Hinkes
At Temple Zion
Cantor Seymour Hinkes has been
elected cantor of Temple Zion for
the year 1982-68. president H. K
Potash announced this week
(amor Seymour Hinkes. a native
Miamian, was formerly with Tem-
ple Zamora. Cora] Gables. A grad-
uate of the University of Miami, the
lenor studied liturgical musk with
Cantor Nathan Zeichner and voice
with Madame \ era Newstead Raw-
ley He has given concerts and re-
citals here in programs of Yiddish.
Israeli opera and show tunes.
Cantor Hinkes is married, and the
couple have two sons. David May-
er and Elliott William.
Canter Hinkes. assisted by the
Temple Zion Choir, under the di-
rection of Harold Tokayer. will
nl the liturgy Slichoth night and
during the Hieh Holy Days
M*. AND MRS. KRAUSS
Junior High
Student Breakfast
The first m a series of monthly
breakfasts for junior high students
ol the Beth Sholom religious school
will take place on Saturday morn-
ing, at 9 a m., in the auditorium.
Herbert C. Bloom is director of
education.
The program highlight will be a
talk on Israel by one of Beth Shol-
om's confirmands of 5722. Miss Cece
Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Cohen, of 4557 Jefferson ave .
who spent the summer in Israel
with a group directed by Miss Net-
tie Goldstein, of the Beth Sholom
religious school staff.
Beth Sholom students who parti-
cipated in the Southeastern Federa-
uon of Temple Youth Camp Insti-
tute in 'Cleveland, Georgia, this
summer, including Gordon Kramer.
Wendy Satin. Janet KatZ, Ellen
Cobb and Steve Krarns, will ai-o
relate their experiences Some
165 junior high students arc expect-
ed lo attend this opening breakfast
ol the season
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of the cougregation, Cantor
David Conviscr. Bloom and school
stall members. Solomon Lichter,
Bernard Krcisbcrg, Avi Kay, Abra-
ham Rosenfeld, David Platt. Miss
Nettie Goldstein and Miss Shirley
Seeman will also attend.
The function is sponsored by the
Temples ITA. Mrs. Irving Kush-
man is president Mrs Philip Davis
,- in charge of the breakfast pro-
gram
Peiser to Head
Beach Bank
Dr. Kurt Peiser has been elec-
ted president of the Bank of Mi-
ami Beach.
The Creator Miami corporation
executive and civic leader this
week revealed that lie has re
Signed as vice chairman of the
hoard of directers of Air Control
Products in Miami, but will con
Untie as an Air Control director
The Bank of Miami Beach was
bought in mid-August by Peiser
and William J. Weissel, of Mi-
ami. Peiser's other banking af-
filiations includes the posts of
chairman and president of the
Bank of Dade County and a di-
rectorship in the Community
National Bank at Bal HarbooV.
II.' was formerly assistant to
the board chairman of Eood Fair
Stores, and before that served as
Opti-Mrs. to Visit School
Mrs. Murray Sonnett. president
of Miami Beach Opti-Mrs., iil be
hostess tor the group on Tuesday
lor lunch at the Barcelona hat el
After lunch, air conditioned buses
will take the women to the Mont-
enari clinical school, where the
organization supports 16 scholar-
ship students
Cardiac Hospital Meeting
Firsl membership meeting of
[he Mill's Club ot National t'hil
,Iron's Hospital was held on Wed
nesday evening at the home of
the president, Henry Jacobson,
1152 sw 2*v<\ ave
vice president of the I'mveisity of
Pennsylvania.
Presently, Peiser is chairman of
the executive committee of the
Dania Bank and director of the
Marathon State Bank in the Flor-
ida Keys.
United i=und
Ready to Open
The volunteer campaign i-
United Fund leadership
an appeal this week for 12.00
countains to join with several th i .-
sand volunteers who have alrea
signed up.
The volunteer is (he bgckbi i
of our United Fund," -aid Wiffii
c. Lantaff, president "We
only succeed with an adeq i
number id volunteer worker-
ever) section ol Hade county."
United Fund's 196? fall cam.
paign goal is $2,847,962 to sup-
port the programs of 39 health
welfare and character buildm?
agencies.
Jay I. Kislak. campaign
man. noted that top lea i
ranks have now been filled
General kickoff of Ux ,
will be Sun lay. Nov I
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THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO JOIN ONE OF ITS AFFILIATED
REFORM OR LIBERAL TEMPLES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA.
TEMPLE ISRAEL Of GREATER MIAMI
137 M.E. 19rh STRtET MIAMI
Greater Miami's Oldest Reform Synagogue
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, loftbi
Services every friday evening of 8:15 o'clock
For Temple affiliation & information call FR 9-1757
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
The Liberal Congregation on the Beach '
4144 CHASE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
LEON KRONISH, Robbi DAVID CONVISER. Cantor
.NURSERY through CONFIRMATION-
Religious School Registration No* in Progress
CALL THE TEMPLE OFFICE JE 8-7232
; 10 < 'mm., t '..ii i.fcrai dl
THE I'KI'H Simi-i'M I'WIII.Y IM-AS
TEMPLE SINAI
The only Reform Temple in North Dade
offers ifs complete tocilifiet
Worship Services. Nursery School. Hebrew School
Sunday School through Confirmation
DANIEL v low.. Rabbi
12100 N.E. 15th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI
PL 4 0681
Hialeah Reform Jewish Congregation
595 W. 68th STREET HIALEAH
for Information or Registration
Pall -. Mrs tan. B
TU 7-1256 or 821 0292
HEBREW SCHOOL RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
TEMPLE JUDEA
320 PALERMO AVENUE CORAL GABLES
Rabbi rAoreVcai Podet Cantor N. Richard Brown
NURSERY SCHOOL
RFL GIOUS SCHOOL
ADULT EDUCATION
YOUTH GROUPS
SISTERHOOD
BROTHERHOOD
For Information Call HI 4-9876
TEMPLE BETH AM
5950 N. KENDALL DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
NURSERY SCHOOL
HEBREW SCHOOL
ADULT INSTITUTE
RABBI HERBERT BAUMGARD, D.H.I.
CANTOR CHARLES KODNER
MO 6-2536
3 JLfc CANTOR
JL *. Good Voice
I EXPERIENCED IN
ALL SERVICES,
^^ 1 Including SH0FAR.
* a * Millina to conduct
W oar! or lull ierv-
ces in Hotel or
i J r Synagogue. Call
, is JE 1-3032
DISTFIBUT0R
to take over established agricul-
tural product business. Currently
producing $30,000 annually. Can
be easily increased to $60,000 with
annual net profit o< $9,000 to
$12,000. Full factory support, train-
ing, etc. Approx. investment of
$6,000, secar d by inventory.
Write to Box 1194. Homestead.
Interviews wek of September 10.
i ii m\ i m nm
FOR SALE 1959
SIMCA OCEANE ARONDE
SPORTS CAR
Convertible, Excellent condition, rndio,
etc. Owner leaving f.Vami. For quick
sole S900. Morr;s Atkins.
FR 4-6767 or HI 4-4659
nAAA/WS>V>AAAAAAAAAA^vV
Elderly Hungarian Gentleman
wishes to make acquaintance of re-
fined lady over 65, object matrimony.
Write A. B., Box 2973
Main Post Office Miami, Fin.
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Lear School
Begins 29th Year
With the opening of the new
.school year, the Lear School is
ready for another semester in its
long history of academic study on
Miami Beach.
Lear School is situated on 8 large
coral rock estate retaining Old
World charm of patios, columns,
gardens and terrace-, facing Bis-
cayne Hay at 1010 West Ave
School facilities include science
laboratory, library, audiovisual
aides to instruction, art studio.
auditorium, swimming pool, and
landscaped play areas
The curriculum rom kinder
garten through high school is or-
ganized around small class
groups under the instruction of
a qualified staff. Supervisors of
the school are Mrs. Ida Lear,
founder, and her son, Richard
Lear, principal.
Lea/ School is beginning its 29th
year this week, and i- accredited
i>> the State of Florida Department
ol Education The school i- .,
member ol the Honda Council of
Independi nl Schools.
S'nai Sholom Sisterhood
il Te m pi e B nai
Sholon "I will have a
masquers le party on Satui la)
hi at the Temple Dancing will
be to the music ol the Bon Bi ns,
a loi r iup, ami re-
freshments will l" served. Mrs
shnley i s in charge ol
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5723
1962-63
New Year Greetings
ROSH HASHONA
SEPTEMBER 29-30
YOM KIPPUR
OCTOBER 8
AST II 31 AT Ml'
Or others with Breothin? Difficulty, allerqes or those depressed by
Hiuh Humidity try the
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Invigorating nir, as of the Mountain Top, in your own home.
CALL JE 1-9985 between 9 & 6
THE High Holy Day issue of THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN offers an appropriate, convenient
and inexpensive means of extending your
NEW YEAR Greetings to ALL your relatives and
friends without neglecting or offending anyone.
ORDER TO INSERT NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SEND COPY E0R YOUR GREETINGS NOW. USE CONVENIENT ORDER FORM.
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Miami 1, Florida
' sched is i r $2 50.
Please insert ,our New Ye3r issue th ; greeting:
Mr. and Mrs.
and family
wish all their relatives and friends
A Happy New Year
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Friday, September 7, 1962
*Jen ist Meridian
Page 9-B
pw-~"-' ^m
Steven Posner Barton Ross
Rono/d Sox
Robert Bass
Juilan Segal
J$ar ^Atitzvalt
As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free.
*crthe asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
cf the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
nome address and telephone number. The corsage will be
-crwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
Judah Segal
Frth David will be the site of
tht Bar Mitzvah of Judah Leon.
-en of Mr and Mrs. Bernard Se-
ta!, on Saturday morning. Sept.
8, with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
officiating.
An eighth grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High. Judah is
interested in electronics and model
airplanes.
Rabbis Meet
To Open New
Year's Program
Initial executive meeting of the
Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami
under its new administration was
held last week at the home of Rabbi
and Mrs. Solomon Schiff.
For the first time, the meeting
was attended by the spiritual lead-
,*crs and their wives.
Rabbi David Shapiro, president.
-i: the theme for the coming year's
deliberations by declaring, "In
se troubled times when the
threat of nuclear annihilation hangs
: mankind as a dark and dismal
id, man must look to religion
its teachings it he Is to sur-

lans formulated Include stres-
: education on all levels; In-
d efforts in bringing educa-
and understanding to the com-
through radio, television
the newspapers; and the fur-
Mr ol cultural exchanges at
association's general meetings
This will be achieved by mem-
t-ers cil' the group as they present
le< tures and papers, and by inviting
iutstanding guests from the local
and tourist population to lecture
ai ci conduct discussions," Rabbi
ro explained.
Executive officers in addition to
Rabbi Shapiro are Rabbi Schilf.
vice president; Rabbi Morris Graft.
treasurer; Rabbi Max Lipschitz,
I lary; Rabbi Morton Malavsky.
past president; and Rabbi Alfred
Waxman, executive vice president.
His parents will host the Kid-
dush in his honor following serv-
ices.

Steven Posner
The Bar Mitzvah of Steven Mar
tin Posner. 555 Lakeview dr.. will
be celebrated Saturday morning.
Sept. 8. at Temple Emanu-El. Dr.
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
An eighth grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High, where he is a
member of the science club. Stev-
en is an outstanding golfer and
belongs to the Bayshore Golf Club.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception Saturday evening at
the Fontaineblcau hotel.
*
Robert Bass
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Rob-
ert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Bass, during services at Temple
Ner Tamid on Saturday. Sept. 8.
with Cantor Saul Breeh rendering
the musical portions of the liturgy.
An eighth grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High, the celebrant
will be honored at a Kiddush in
Sklar Auditorium following the
ceremony.
* *
Bruce Boros
Bar Mitzvah ol Bruce Boros will
be observed on Saturday morn-
ing, Sept 8, at Congregation Ye
hudah Moshe. with Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz officiating.
Bruce is an eighth grade student
at North Miami Junior High and
has attended Popiel religious
school since entering the first
grade.
Dr. and Mrs William K. Boros.
parents ot the celebrant, were
among the founders of the Temple,
and have served as vice president
ill the congregation and Sisterhood,
respectively.
The liar Mitzvah will be honor-
ed at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday
evening and the Kiddush following
the ceremony.
* *
Curtis Bernstein
On Saturday morning. Sept. 8.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Curtis Ira.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bern
stein. 1793 SW 18th ave., at Con-
gregation Beth El.
Curtis is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
and attends the congregation's re-
ligious school. His hobby is model
airplanes
* *
Ronald Sax
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offici-
ate at the Bar Mitzvah of Ronald,
son of Mrs. Ruth Sax. on Satur-
day morning, Sept. 8. at Temple
Kmanu-EI.
An eighth grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High, the celebrant is
interested in science, bowling, ice
skating and fishing.
i
A reception in his honor will be
, held on Saturday evening at the
Castaways motel.
* *
Barton Ross
Barton, son of Robert Ross.
2135 Normandy dr., will observe
! his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, Sept. 8. at Temple Ner
Tamid. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz '
, will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade student at Nautilus Junior '
High, and attends the Temple's re-
ligious school.
*
Mark Ackerman
Saturday morning services on
Sept. 8 at Temple Judea will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of Mark
Jay Ackerman, with Rabbi Morde-
eai Podet officiating.
An eighth made student at Shen- \
andoah Junior High, here he
plays trumpet in the band, the
celebrant also attends the Tem-
ple's religious school.
Mr. and Mrs Mae Ackerman,
1S>21 Coral Gate dr.. will hist the
Kiddush following the ceremony In
their son's honor
Rabbi Lehrman
Slates Sermon
Dr. Irving Lehrman, who was
a special guest at the ordination
here of a Cuban refugee, with
Francis Cardinal Spellman presid-
ing, will speak on "A Refugee
Priest is Ordained and America
Speaks Again" at services in Tem-
ple Emanu-EI on Saturday morn-
ing. !) a.m.
Rabbi Lehrman's sermon will be
based on a discussion of "the he-
roic leadership religion must as-
sume in a world which is threaten-
ed by bloody dictatorships and
Godless Communism."
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH
11527 South Dixie Highway
"Tomorrows Judaism Today"
Miami, Florida
Reconsfrucfionist Ideology
Herman K. Gottlieb
Cantor
HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES 5723
Beginning FRIDAY, SEPT. 28th, 745 P.M.
at the Air-conditioned CUTLER RIDGl COMMUNITY CENTER
20239 South Dixie Highway
SLICHOT SERVICE
SATURDAY, SEPT. 22nd, at 11 P.M.
Suniland Hall, 11539 So. Dixie Highway
18 VOICE TEMPLE CHOIR
RESERVATIONS and TICKETS:
TEEN HOUSE, 34 Miracle Mile, HI 5-1711
TEMPLE OFFICE, 11527 So. Dixie Highway
CE 5-0364 CE 5-0372
Morris A. Skop
Rabbi
Sabbath Services: Fridays at 8:15 P.M. Saturdays at 10:30 A.M. Suniland Hall.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
ANNOUNCES
The opening of its Religious School
for the 1962-63 season
REGISTRATION NOW IN PROGRESS FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS
-
KINDERGARTEN DAHY RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
EOUNDATION SCHOOL SUNDAY SCHOOL
CONFIRMATON PROGRAM
CLASSES ARE HELD IN BOTH BUILDINGS
1701 Washington Avenue
77th St. & Dickens Avenue
for Information call J 8-2503
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Robbi
MORRIS TARASOW
Id. Director
Temple Adath Yeshurun
1025 N.E. MIAMI GARDENS DRIVE
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi
TEMPIE ADATH YESHURUN is located in
the garden spot ot Mortfi Miami Beach.
SEATS FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS AVAILABLE
TO NON-MEMBERS. CALL Wl 7-2400 or Wl 7-0130
SERVICES: Daily 7:15 a.m.; Friday Night 8:30; Saturday 9 a.m.
EDUCATION: Youth Nursery through Confirmation
Adult Men and Women Classes
Sisterhood, Men's Club, USY,
Teen-age Sunday Morning Worship and Breakfast.
JOIN US AND WORSHIP WITH US ON THE HIGH HOLIDAYS.
FOR INFORMATION CALL Wl 7-2400
Charles Rosenberg, President
Max M. Meyors, Chairman of the Board
Jock Schoenfeld, Chairman ol Religious Committee
AIR-CONDITIONED SANCTUARY OF TEMPLE NER TAMID
ETERNAL LIGHT
Temple Ner Tamid
(Conservative)
INVITES YOU TO BECOME A MEMBER AND ENJOY THE
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES IN THE
BEAUTIFUL, AIR-CONDITIONED MAIN SANCTUARY
RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
AND
CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH
OfTICIATEING
Accompanied by the Choir under the direction of Joseph Schreibman
MEMBERSHIP DUES INCLUDE:
2 SEATS IN THE MAIN SANCTUARY
FREE TUITION IN RELIGIOUS SCHOOL & TRANSPORTATION
REDUCED RATE FOR NURSERY SCHOOL
PARTICIPATION IN ALL TEMPLE ACTIVITTES
SEATS IN CHAPEL SECTION FOR NON-MEMBERS
TEMPLE OFFICE OPEN DAILY
(rob 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. and 7:00 to 9:30 P.M.
80th Street & Carlyle Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone UN 6-8345 or UN 6-9833
BROCHURE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
THE MINYONAIRES, 3737 Bird Road (Corner Douglas)
High Holiday services at their fully air-conditioned sanctuary. The well-
known Canter MAX SACKS, of Indianapolis, will perform a beautiful
modern traditional service. For tickets and information phone 444-2181
or call in person between 8-10 A.M. or 7:30-9:30 P.M. daily.


Page 10-B
>Juris* ntrkBafJ
Friday. September 7. \%2
Gordon to Attend
Housing Seminar
In Denmark
The United Nations has invited
Miami financier Jack 0 Gordon t<>
attend the UN Seminar on Latin
American Housing to be held at
Copenhagen, Denmark, during Sep-
tember. Gordon will attend as an
observer, and will report on the
seminar to U.S. Alliance for Prog-
i m director. Ambassador Teodoro
Ml ICOS0
The Seminar is being sponsored
and organised bj the United Na-
tions in collaboration with the Gov-
ernment of Denmark, and will run
i, Sept 25 at Copenhagen
Gordon i> president of Washing-
ton Fe eral mmuss and Loan
..- I Miami Beach, a federally
rtered institution with assets ol
. ., $ioi i 10,000 During the
past three years, he has undertak-,
t-. special missions for the l S
State Department in Latin Amen
i.. setting up blueprints for nation-
sa\ in .md loan programs in
I osta Rica and Nicaragua. He is
- responsible for previouslj set
t'nj: up a similar savings and loan
j rogram in Ethiopia.
Together with Arthur 11. Cour-
thon, board chairman of Washing-
ton Federal Savings, who repre-
ssed the U.S. Government in
4 lanning a national savings and
|< an system for the Republic of
^ hile, Gordon, in i%i and i%2.
conducted a training program for
Latin American savings and loan
executives at Washington Federal's
main Office at Miami Beach
In addition to heading Washing-
ton Federal, Gordon serves as an
unpaid member of the Dade Coun-
ty Board of Public Instruction
Which runs the seventh largest pub
c school system in the United
States
LAUPS HITLER AND MUSSOUW
Canadian Nazi Denies
He is an Anti-Semite
TORONTO -(.1TAI Heal CaOU-
ette. Deputy Leader of Canada's
Social Credit Tarty, assured a party
convention this week that he was I
'completely opposed" to anti-
Semitism and that his public ex-
pressions of praise for Hitler and
MUSSOlini in a press interview re-
cently had been taken out of con
text. The interview was published
in MacLean's Magazine's French
edition
His praise of the two dictators
was particularly embarrassing to
the partj because 't has been try.
ing to counter 'he impression that
its political views once had traces
,u anti-Semitism. Robert Thomp
son. of Alberta, national leader.
sanl that Mr. Caouette's view.- did
not represent the view? of the
party Speaking at the convention
in Three Rivers. Mr Thompson
said everybody knows there is no
Fascism in us. nor is there any
trace of racism."
In offering his praise for Hitler
and Mussolini. Mr. Caouette said
he admired what the two dictators
bad done in the 1930's to increase
employment and bring their coun-
tries out of depression. In the in-
terview, he denied being a Fascist
on grounds that Fascism, like So.
ialism and Communism, "is a dic-
tatorship" and Ins party sought
the freedom of the individual."
Mr Caouette i the leader of the
Quebec section of the party which
elected 26 members to Canada's
Parliament in the June election
and four rn.ndohlldr.-n. S.rvl.osiwerj
Uuj :: I" RiverslUf Memorial Chaprl
Alton rd. ^^^^^^^
ADOLPM KLEIN
4t of TMt Gar* ave, Miami Beach,
a,;,I tut. '-'- He cam.- h.-r,- 11 yean
Sio from Bllver Bprlnav. Md. Ha was
a member of Temple MenormJ Bur-
vlvlna are hla wife, Zula. ang aon,
loaepn Service*. >" Brooklyn
nh local arrangementa by River-
siilr >l> iii'-rlal Ohap- Is.
BEN POLLACK
,,- ,,( i"i" Part ave.. Miami Beach,
died \"'- '-'" He came here > yeara
.,,:,, from Bridgeport, Conn .and wu
., r*tlred dr. u merchant He in
member nl Templi Emanu-El. Sur-
viving are hla wife; Mary; two aona,
Irwln and Norman: two brother* and
four grandchildren. Service* were
\ it :: In Rlveralde Memorial I nap-
. i. Alton rd
JAMES RENDES
,.f itMS NE lal av< died A.ua
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tni'
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 8208930
CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVlNiss -, s
LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 111 \i
., corporation organised i. : *\,.'
law-* ,>( the I'nlted Btai
Plaintiff,
ki.vin p .1. lYCB, JR tnd
DIANA K J< YC1S, hla i ,n
in. ompetent,
1 NBjfen4ant*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T<' ki.vin r JOYCE, ii:
c a Pegfrs Joyce
;: Marc) Street
l n hold, Si Jei -
TOU, KI.VIN P. JOYCE
hereb) not Lfled thai .,
II. am. h. i- 12 ear* ar ntown, <. -""i "'- retired
. in, rrata Survlvlna ar< hi*
ilaughl. r, Mi- Elaa K( --' i ""I
i.i nth, S. rt w-r< A us -'- '"
Itlvi rld< Mi..... lal i "hapi I, Alton ro
DR. W.LFRED LANSMAN
. ,., | 'alali rti Sot mand> lal.
il'ii el Auk :'1 He ca e hen I ) n -
,... n, N. Y. i k and pi
,. a,, in, vatelj and waa a di p il |
. xamln. r foi Mi iro
Inr Bri .. n. Jeffre> t" da
Susan, and hi* mother,
\i. i; ... | nnsman Si n Ice* wer* In
\, i ., |i h ) '] ai rangi n
Ni man Eun r.il II-
OLi
t n a r i e $
MRS. BERTHA HARRIS
lid I'olllnt ,,\. Miami Hi a. h.
died Sepl -' She canu her. I year*
aaro from Plttaburgh. Surviving an
, ..,. I'harlee; dnurhter* Mr*
S. inn I led and Mr* Horoth) St. In
..\ gi andchlldren and aeven ar. .ii -
lirainli-hlldren Service* wen Sepl <
Ii R wi *|di Mi mortal i 'hapi i Noi -
mand) i *li
Realtors Guests
Of New Centre
I. D Kramer, president of the
Industry's Shopping Centre, has in
,.tt(i Dade's 1,500 realtors to be
their guests at a 'bonus break
. st to hear the story of I S C
The salesmen will meet Tues-
day, 9 a.m.. at the Everglades ho-
tel, where company officials will
trace the history of Miami's new
t>t showcase tor manufactured
- and explain the role of
rs in developing ex-
hibits ai lis f< r as many as
1 000 firms
dii .i
aa
,.w n
I "111
th-
ill, n
ft-at.
Oon
.it.
Alb.
Si r\
h III
LAWRENCE SIMKIN
; S2Sn Kllllan do. South Miami
Sepl -' He .ii. '' n !0 year*
f'.iiii Cincinnati and waa ihi
er .'i the Lawrence Pharmac) ami
Mori H>- wa* life membi I of
larai in.- i 'enti r ""' barti i
iber ol a'/-. >. i. phai <'< utli -.i
rnity. Surviving are hla wlf*,
ithy: two *on* Panlcl and Herb-
a daughti r, l H bbl; brother,
lu.. -.i-t.r^ and .. grandchild
,, were to be - Cordon Puneral Ib-nie
, an I 8ur< ivlna are hi* broth
, r Jai k and a *lti Maa l r.iii>
Ser\lcea r. Aug 2S In BI> -
\t. Chapel, Alton r-i
ISIDOR GOLDBERG
,.. ...... Mi rldlan avi Miami Ri a. '
, IR ii. rame her. 10 >. am
ago from Ihe Bronx, N ^ and wa*
a r.-..lt aleaman. Surviving .. m
wlf. Bather; a *". Alfred; < grand-
child; and i" later Service* wen
AUI ;, ,: Rlvi raldi Memorial i nap-
el, Ikuugla* i 'i
BARNEY TASSELL
75, ..f IIS SE '-' -' '" d v '"' '"
ii, mil hi W yi ar* ago from Phil-
,.', iphia and a* nhoa man Me
a-a* .. member "f the Miami Show-
mai Aaan Surviving an hla wife,
M.ij.-I. .. daughter, Mr* Lola Welai
., brother, Bam; two ilatera, Mra
Hattli Toran and Ml Lillian ..t"i
two grandchildren Bervl ea were
auk '.'l in clordon Puneral Home
r\>recloai Mortgagi
equiUtbl.....t agalm.1
di acrlb. i pi -i- rty, to-nl
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B'nai Shohm Religiovs School
Temple B'nai Sholom religious
.school term Will begin Sunday.
G 30 a m at the Temple For all
children who are eligible to at-
tend the religious and Hebrew
School, this will also be the final
ti gistration session.
MAX ELLINS
I ixo 11 a) ii- Miami !' h,
Vug S5 He came h. r.- IS yrwn
from Plttafleld, Man* and ..-
Ired in- rchant. Sur\ h ing
Mai a eon, Si larl I wo
ht, Im ludlng Mlaa Elali i El-
., brother, Samuel; and four ala-
including Mis Ida Drudter and
Horowlti Service* wen
.; rdon Punei il Home
LOUIS MOSKIN
\ \\ died \ I U
He mm hen .'. year* ..- fi '"'
Morrlatown, S.J and wa* a building
Surviving are f.
Rob, and two daughti
Pa pi an I Mi Bhli I. !
. wer. In Patei aon,
\ meni b)
I H
MRS. GERTRUDE RAUBFOGEl
>\\ died Aui
Sh. am. hi eare g. from
i Survivlni are a
- Man ii I tin. Dialer* Im
Mr* Sadie I 'llvi I and Mr- 11
dchlldren Sei
vice* wer. \ :u _'T m Rlveralde Mem-
SAMUEL BARNETT
,\. Miami B.
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Friday. September 7, 1962
+Jenis> Hkridiar
Page 11-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICF
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 54107-C
! JSTATE 'I-"
,11 iSEPHINE PEARHl IN
[1, .is. I.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
x. >TH "E l hen .. mvi-n lhal I
Filed m) final i eporl h nd pi tl-
l 'ii il Disci arge an Ex. i
in- -i.ii. .1 JOSEPHINE I'KAIt-
Si iN deceased; and thai on rt. Vih'
;11 ,,i October, 1962. will applj to the
lli'.norable (JEORtTE T. CLARK,
,unt) Judge hi" Dade I'ountv. i-'lur-
foi ..i-1 i \ai of mid fin il report
. .1 fill final dlschftrgl .is Executor
, ill. Estate "f JOSEPHINE PEAK
Si i\. .1. earn ri
This 89th da) "f August, 1962
s Mi iRMIDAS HI..XI il'
II.iip.in, Kaplan & Cataman
i.i-in Kaplan
Attorney for Executor
<'-'. 1-31 -28
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN Unit
tiir undersigned, desiring to engi I i
business i.mil i ih. rictltlous ii.un. of
RAMCO hi 17420 8.W. 118th Place.
Mi.inn. Florida intends to registet
said name with tin- Clerk of I hi fir-
cull Court of Dade (fount). I- loi la
XV \ ITI-'i: I IH iVc K
WALTERS, MOORE & COSTANZO
B) \nliur L'. Deckle.....n
Attorney! for Walter J, Royce
" '. 7-14-21-2K
'lint
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEHEItY OIVEN
:li. underslgm I, di -i' :,- 10 en
i-i..-in. s* under the fictitious num.- of
M RT MOTORS in im NAY. Ttli
Vv' Miami Inti ml- i.....cist, i said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
' 'oui hi i i.i i ,,.,,,. 'Florida.
Kl'RT LENKWAY
- 24-l, 9 7-14
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is hereb) given by thi- un-
.. signed that "ii September i", 1962,
..- l p.m.. .it Palm Motors ami Ga-
: ISO i 'aim A* pnue Hialeah, the
following cat will in- .11.lit t auction
!i>i storage charges 1964 2-Door ford
I; .. ii Station Wagon, owned by san-
ilr.i l. Douglas, :::'''. vv inth street,
Hialeah. 1.1), No. J9AFMT11ESU1602.
i mounting to S108,
I'AI.M MOTORS AND OARAOE
B SI, 9 7
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 52028.C (Clark)
UK ESTATE Hi"
IRVINO FRANK, former!} known
.- Isldol Frank
IV c< as.d
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR
FINAL D.SCHARGE
NnTICE is hereby given that I
.1.. flleil my final report and petl-
i Final l us. harge as Executrix
the estate ..f IRVINl: I- RANK de-
li nd thai on (he mIi da) (
r. 1962, will appl> In Ihi II m-
.'! Hi..: k;. T I 'lark Count) Judge
Count). Floi Ida, f..r ppi .>\ .1
fl il n port hi d foi final di> -
I Kecutrlx of the EstS Ii
Mi I i: XNK, di aai
19th da) ol Vpi il
HETTY FRANK Exci itrix
HI.Il SHAPIRO
' i\
'. 7-! i
N THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. IC0CI6
r'l ERSI IN STi IRES. INC .
1' P-.
I'l.ilntiff.
i .-
ii'HN l' i-'iT/.s'i.MMi >\s. and
I IN E WITHERS lit ANSI-Kit
XND STt>RAOE, INC., a I'l.i Corp,
1 lefendants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO DEFEND
TOP, JOHN. I' 1- IT7.SI.MMi 'NS.
Itesldenci I'nknown, are hereb) no-
tlileil that a Complaint foi Debt and
Wrh of Replevin against:
I in. Zenith GUoade Television
Set No. 7453338'
has been filed against \..u and you
are required to serve a copy answer on plaintiffs at tome) Claude
Karnes, 203 Calumet Bldg., Miami.
!':. and file the Original with the
Clerk of this Court on or before the
Jrd day ..t October. A D., IM2. If you
fall to dO SO, Judgment hy Default
"ill be taken against you f..r the re-
llel sought in the Complaint. This
utlci shall be published once a week
' i weeks In The Jewish Florldlan.
i>. n. ami Ordered, at Miami. s'lor-
i i.i.i. this :i"th da\ of August IM2
: J P.M'l'AS. clerk .r Small Claims
I nil. I iad. County, Florida
iii By: Alma ll> nea
neput) Clerk
9/7-1 1-31-28
ELECT
CHARLIE
KINZEL
NORTH MIAMI
COUNCILMAN
Pull Lever 2-A
September 11, 1962
Pd Pol Adv.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY C1IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under^the fictitious name of
KEY PERSONNEL, at 1*10 North Easl
163 St., North Miami Beach intends
in reglstei said num.' with the cierk
"f i he Circuit Court of bade County,
Florida.
TERES v in ll.|ii:.\.
Side I tuner
NATHANIEL Cl H.I.Ki;
A Home) i.T Applicant
9 T-l I :" :'-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU:T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 9602
ELIZABETH JOHN80N,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
i lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CHARLESJOHNBON
C .> I-'. I.. Johnson
I2S Cedar Valley Road
Bristol, Tennesaei
You, CHARLES JOHNSON, an
hereb) notified that a mil of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required t>>
serve* a copy of your Answer or
Pleading t.. the Bill i.f Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, Eugene .1
Weiss, 107 Lincoln it..ad. .Miami
Reach Worlds ami file the original
Answet <>r Pleading in the Ihi Clerk ..1 the cTn-ull Courl .....
before the 8th day nf October, 1962
if you fall t" do s.. judgment l.\ de-
fault iil be taken against you f..i the
relief demanded in th. Rill >.f Com-
plaint.
Tins notice shall he published one
1 ... ; week f..i four consecutive Meeks
in THE JEWISH I-I.i'Itll'l AN
DONE AND ORDERED st Miami,
Florida, this '.th da) ..f September.
A |i 1962
I-: H l.K VTHERMAN, Clerk,
1 'iv. nil 1 ".uiri. 1 lade i"..iini\. i- loi da
is.ili |t\ : 1. SNBEDEN
1 leput) eh rk
El'GENEJ WEISS
107 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for PntlMlff
" 7 I I S !8
-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56762-B
IN RE: Estate ..f
Ni>AH II STAGE,
I leceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against sa.i
Estate:
You iri- hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any elatms and di
111.in.1- Which you may have ..;-..in 1
the estate of NOAH H. STAGE de-
ceased late of Hade duinty. Florida,
tu the County .Indices i.f Hade County,
and file th* same In their offices In
the County Courthouse in liade coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar
I months from the date of the III st
publication hereof, or the. lame tslll
I he barred.
IKMA M STAGE,
Administratrix of the estate "f
NOAH II 8TAOE, deceased.
I., Offices of LEONARD H. WOLF",
i Attorns) f.T the Administratrix
B) l>-is 1-' Cohen for the Firm
! 11 Mi 8.W. First St.. Bulte 101
.Miami .Ii'.. Ha-Fit 3-6881
: 7-14-21-28
that
Tax
I4,
of
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File A A-20669
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ben i:..si.in u ilder "f City of li ,;. ah
Tax Sale Certificate No, 106 issued the
23d day of May, A.D I960, has filed
same in in; office, and has mad.- ap-
plication fo a tax died to l- Issued
thereon. Raid Certificate embraces
the following described propero In
the County -.f Dade, State of Florida,
to-wll:
Lot 3 Block 17. s, mlnola City, Sec
--' Plal Book : Page 1.14, Section 12,
Township 53 South, Range 10 East,
m the cit) ..i Hialeah, Count) ..f
Dade, State ( I- lor Ida.
The assessment ..r said property
under the said certificate was in the
name ..f: Archie Johnson
I'nless said certificate shall be r.--
.1.. in. .1 according to law, the prop-
er*) described herein will I. sold t..
the highest bidder al Ihe Court House
door on the tirst Monday in the
month ol Oct iber, 1968, whlcl is tjie
1st day of i let.ilur, 1h:'
Dated this 32nd day of August. I!62.
E. B. LEATHKK.MAN, Clerk ..f
Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida
(seal) B) R M LEBPER,
Deputy Clerk
24-81, 9 7-14
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA.20854
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Ben Boskin, holder of County
Sale Certificate numbered v.i;,
2313 ami 2964 Issu.,I the Isl da)
June, A l> I960, has filed Sitme in
my office, and has made application
for a iax deed to i Issued thereon
Said certlficati embrace the follow
hl: described propel ty, in the Co ino
nf l lade, stai.- ..t F'loi ids to-wll:
l^.i ". Block I, Itrlt.ins Add In i mi- .
Plal Book 13 Page Ji in the County
of Had.. State of Florida, as m-
i.i.i. ed in i 'ertlflcate No, K36
Th.- assessment nl .. -1 property un-
di r ih. ..i.i el' Ifii ati Issued was in
the name ..I Nathaniel ( 'llt\ .
Loi 11 Block '.'7 Fiilford B) The Sen
.-, l: Plal Book v Page '7 in the
County of Hade. State ..f Florida,
_ .mi.r.o ,i m rtlflcate No. 91 i
The assessment ->: said property un-
der the said certificate Issued was In
the name ol J, I Lawyer.
E 26 >". Fl of s 2S Ft Lot s ,x U
13 I". Ft of S '.:. Ft of Lot 7 lllk 8
A- I...i 36 Blk I, I'll 18-27, min.la
Villas Plat Hook ". Page 9t In the
County of l iad,-. state of Florida, as
embraced in Certificate No ^il*.
The ..-s.ssiii.nl ,,!" sai.l property un-
der the said certificate issued .i
the name of Hair) II Hammock
W IS.6 Ft Lot IS A- All Lot 17 Flag-
l.r Park., Plal Hook I Page 89 In
ttio County of Imde. State of Flor-
ida, as eini.r.i.-. .i iii Certificate No.
The assessment .,| s.,i,| property nu-
ll, r the said certificate issued was In
the name of William H. Smith
I nless said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law. the prop-
erty described herein will be sold t..
the highest bidder at the Court House
door on ih~ first Monday in the
month of October, lsL'. which Is the
1st day of i letol.er. 1962.
Dated this 22nd day of August, 1962.
E. It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk ''
Circuit Court, Da.le Cotin l''..iii.i
(snail Hy : K M LEBPER,
Deputy clerk
> 84-81, 9 7-14
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA.20798
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I- n Boskin hold. of City ..f M nm
1..... Sale i 'ertiflcati No i-- n i|
'he 6th da) nl Ju e, A I I960, has
riled s.im, in m, office, and hi -
made application fm a tax deed to be
Issued there..,, Said Certlficati em-
brai the followlnii di Ihed prop,
ert) in the Count) nf pad) Stati ,.i
Florida, :..- u
Loi 7 Block 2 Railroad Shops Inter-
School Ti.oi Plal Honk :: Page 192
In the city of Miami, Count) of
Dade, State of Florida.
Th,- assessment of said property
nnder th.- Raid certificate was in the
name ..r Bljsabeth s Holllngsworth
i nless .-.mi certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein up..... sold In
the highest bidder al the Courl House
dooi on the first Monday In the
month ol Dctnher, 1962, which i- the
isi day of i ii-i..hei. IS62,
Hated this 32n I da) of Aug'li-, 1962
I'.. B. LEATHERM \ N, Ch < .,i
Circuit Com i. I ..: 'onn'y Flm ,,i i
'"'al) B) I!. M LEBPER,
I leput) i'l. rk
8 24-81, '.' 7-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56560A
IN RE: Estate of
HAY FREEMAN,
I 'eeeaseil
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persons llav-
nin i laims ..i Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou an- hereby notified and re-
quired to piesenl an) claims and de-
mands which you mas havi against
the estate of PAY FREEMAN i.
' '" d late of l iad. Co int) Florida
to the 'ount) Judges ..i I lade C......tv,
nd in. thi same in their offlci in
the Count) Courthouse in Bade Coun-
Fiorlda, within six ralendar
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 8i62
I IEBNII 'K i 'I H I.TKU,
I'lali
\ s
WILLIAM iiULi | K.
Dl lend.lilt
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO v, ii i.ia.m COl'I/BER ,
I W.....Hand Inn.
Pleasant Hills
Pittsburgh, I'enns. Ivanla
Vou, WILLIAM i i .11.11:1'.. Hie
hereb) notified thai a Bill of Com-
plalnl for Divorce has been filed
nvnlnst you, and you are required
to serve a copy ..f your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
I the Plaintiffs attorney, RAYMAN .x-
DI'HIG, 902 Alnsle) Bldg., .Miami 88,
Florida, und file ii.....rlglnal Answer
"i Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
loth day of September, 1968. If you
'ail to do so, judgment by default
will h, taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Kill of Com-
plaint
This notice shall be published mice
each week for (our consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of August, A.D.
1968.
i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Had. County, Florida
(seal) B) HELEN KE8SLER,
I leputy clerk
BATMAN A I U'lll.: t
902 Alnsle) lildu
Miami 82, Florida
Attoi iie.vs for Plaintiff
- 1" 17-24-31
f ih.
.....nths from the dati n
publication hereof, ..; thi
hi barn il
i."i is r i:i:i:\i \.\
MM' MEKMEI.L
Attoi n.y
1 i S W Th i.i Vvel
Miami 36, I'
x :'!-:
in,
first
will
7-1 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56833
IN RE: Estate of
KARNBTTE K. lir.N.N, SR
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons II;.' -
Ing claims or Demands Against Said
l-.sl.il.
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any .-laims ami de-
mands which x. .ii mm have against
the -slat, ,.f IIARNETTE K OCNN
sit deceaai d late of I >ade Count)
in Florida, to the County Judges ..f
I'id. County, and file the same in
their offices In the Count) Court-
house in Hade County, Florida, with-
in six calendar months from the date
"f the first publication hereof, or Ihe
same will he barred..
W. WINSTON lil'XX, SR .
as Executor of the Estate of
Hai n.ii. k i limn
MARVIN I WIENER, Attorney
913 Alnsh y Kuililing
Miami. Florida
s 24-31, 9 7-n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56891 B
IN ItK Estate of
IIOKERT C SCHWARTZ,
Ik e.lSed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha\
hl: *i iihis, ..i Demands Vgalnsl Kniil
N i ii re hi reb) not Ifleil a ml re-
i|iilri .1 lo pi. -.in any clnlnis and Ii
ivhiclt v "n may hs v< .. -.
f Kt (BERT C s.'liw VRTZ
. ..i Daili i I
. I'olll lllllgl
nil file I
the i '..in.
' i IX
ii nil III. .
publli .i i Ion hereof, nl th .. III.
will ; Hied
/ K1 DA -..II VV , R /.
SHI. i: \ Mi H
MA MHIt.MEI.I.
All. 1 lie.
S.M
Mia ii, ai. I-I..i i.i.i
North Miami Candidate Makes Bid
For Support of "Young Couples"
RALPH OLIVER
VOTE "OLL.E" SEPT. 11
REMEMBER A VOTE FOR OLLIE OLIVER IS A
VOTE FOR CONTINUED DIGNITY IN OFFICE
Pull Lever 4-A for "Ollie"
COUNCILMAN NORTH MIAMI

Adv.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C-7584
EDITH CAN Tint,
Plaintiff,
\ -
(iERTRI'DE PALMER and HAROLD
CANTOR, as Individuals and as
Executors and Trustees of the Estate
..i William I-: Cantor, deceased, and
MALi IARET LKVINfiTl N,
I lefendants
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tl i. HERTItl'l 'I: PALMER,
I2tl E.lsl Kith SI
N..W V.i Mi w York
II VRl ILD C W'Tiilt
16 I last i..'.i d Sir. .1
Snvani ih, t leorala
M VRl IARET LEVIN" ITl >N
.-.. h Shnn I 'i Ive
hi III III! I II I., l-'lol i,la
Vi .1 VRK HEREHV M .'I'll' i:
il-Iii agalns
hj EDITH CANTOR
. ,i; 11. ', i n
inori i- iIpmci Ih 'il .
encu thi
thi South slili -I Eilsl Mom r.\ SH
, d the Easl Kii
H lead Dadi C
in .i nna lie -
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U -i Right nf .n lit.......hi
Intel ..i the Kl
Rs -' I .11-1.ill.....I .'-
a polnl ..ii Ihe South side ol I \i
Mow ii Street, Ihene. \\, si nlonu
th,. said South sol.- ..r i-:.i-t
Strei i n.-e ..f i-
ih,- iioini .,1 heginnlna nl H
hi relnabox.- desci Ibed.
> l.xiiiR mil belli! in \'\V\ ,.f
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58642-A
IN RE: Estate of
PACLINE STEER.
I leeeasell
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Snid
Estati
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .state of PAt'LINE STEER de-
ceased late ..f Had.- County, Morida,
lo the Count) Judges of Dade Coun-
i\ and file the same Iii the I ofl
I In the Coiiniv Courthouse In Hade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months rrom ihe miti ..i the il i
publication h.-r.!. ..i the si..... will
he hai i. .1
si Mi iN STEER, Executor
SIDNEY El Ri ..\s. >N, vttorm v
i Securil Trust I lullding
Miami .. I'lr. ida
s:i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREKY RIVEN that
the undersigned, .1- -i Ing to engage In
liusiii. .-s under the fictitious name ..f
(IRANDPA'S TRADI.Mi POST al 86750
s"1111 Federal Highway, Naranja,
Plnrldii intends to r.L.i.r said name
with th- Clerk of the Circuit Court
ol I lade i 'mint). Floi Ida
i.ni:-.\ \.\i-: inc ... Florida i orp )
Sole I l\\ I i
I DAVID LIEHMAN
Attorns) for Applii unl
________ v 24-31, 9 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that
d, di -:. mi; to engage In
business under Ihi tlttous name of
Si IK'RRAN SMOKE SHOP al 9487
Hardlni: Avenue, .Miami Reach, Flor-
ida intends to register said name
Hi the Clerk of Ih, Circuit Cunt
.: i '.oi. "ount). l'i... Id .
XI.VITA. INC,
By: Mercedes Perez, President
WALL* ROTH |
Atl.....e) .- foi Ninit.i. Inc.
6'iti Riscayne Kh.l.
Miami. I-1..i iila
___________8/24-31. 9 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
b isllless under the flitith.us name of
FRATERNrDAD EDITORIAL I.a PO-
LII.I.A a I 200 S W. 17th Court in the
I Ity of Miami. Florida intends to
register the said mime with the clerk
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[Friday. September 7. 1962 Jtmlitn^rkHrtr Page 3-B Mizrachi Women Slate Convention ?nts of ORT chapters in Southeast FlorLouis Baron, Morton Weinberger, and Sey|da upper row (standing left to right) are Mesmour Goldstein. Bottom row (seated) are Mescrr.es William Fishman, Arthur Winton. Seydames Mark Ciilin, Alan Venzer, Harry RosenIOUI Shafran, Max Aarons, Jack Kramer, blatt, Edward Blackman, and Henry Gilbert. loL'f h Florida Chapters to Join Nation 36fh Year American ORT Celebration ployablc. these centers are needed to give intensive one-year courses to trainee.who can then be placed in industrv. By Special Report NEW YORK—Mizrachi Women's Organization of America will hold its first New York City convention in twenty years Sept. 16 to 19, it was announced here by Mrs. Moses Dyckman. national president. More than a thousand delegates from 37 states and the District of Columbia are expected to attend the four-day meeting to be held in the Hotel New Yorker. Speakers at public sessions of the convention will include major American and Israeli government al leaders and top spokesmen of the Zionist movement in the U.S. Mrs. Eli Resnikoff. of Brooklyn, convention chairman, announced the following major session highlights: • Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman of the American Zionist Council, will deliver a major address on the future of Zionism in the U.S. at the opening session of the convention. Sunday afternoon. Sept. 16. • Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, recipient of the 1962 "America Israel Friendship Award.'' will address the keynote session. Sunday evening. Sept. 16. • Moshe Kol. world director of Youth Aliyah, will address the Youth Aliyah session en Monday evening. Sept. 17. • Israel's Ambassador Avraham Harman. and Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum. president of the Religious Zionists of America, will speak at a closing dinner on Tuesday evening. Sept. 18. Among other major speakers scheduled are Asher Cailingold. director of the Haifa Community Center, a joint project of American and Canadian Mizrachi Women; Jacob Klein, a former student of the Bessie C.otslVId Cruldiv:i s Village and Farm School, at Raanana. Israel: and Ral l.j Itzchak Greenberg. professor ci Yeshiva University. Hatikvah Chapter Has Card Party Hatikvah chapter. B'nai B'nth Women, held a fund-raising card party on Wednesdaj afternoon at tht Morton Towers social hall. Chairmen were Mrs. Jack Grob and Miss Gertrude Caster. as-isted by Mesdames Harold S. CapIan. Isadore Levin. Morris Garber and Dorothy Stern. Mrs Robert Litt is president of the group. The 12 chapters of the SouthHern Florida region of Women's terican ORT will join the rest he nation in celebrating the tt year since the establishment the American Branch of ORT its meetings next week. I Bay Chapter, Mrs Louis Baron. isident, will meet Tuesday noon unch at the Roncy Plaza hotel. gram will also include a show Fr dcrichs Furs. Biscayne chapter, Mrs. Jack amer, president will meet on ursday. Sept. 13. at 1 p.m., in card room of Morton Towers _^reater Miami chapter will meet S p-ilay, 11:30 a.m.. at the Moulin %  ge for a member-bring-a-mem^fc card luncheon. • • • Blunders chapter will meet TuesB* 1130 a.m.. at the Moulin t for a member-bring-amem.ard luncheon w • liami Beach Afternoon chapter, William Fishman, president. meet Wednesday. 11:45 am.. unch al the Roney Plaza hotel. • boral Gables chapter is planning lew Calendar low Available By Special Report i Wilno Kosher Sausage Com <>f Chicago, pioneers in manulunr.g •pure beef" kosher deli_es-en products, has published lew Hebrew-English calendar for >< ir 5723. 1962-63, which is now : distributed by Wilno deal addition to the dates of the n>h and legal holidays, the allac has other important and fcful information and prayers. th as Kaddish, Yizker, blessings (the Torah, and dates of Sfirch. B'Omer, Tisho B'Av, when Idings are not permitted and led out for weddings to held. I alendar is also available at ,-.'i Floridian. a floral art program, featuring ElI ton E.'c'.man, at the home of Mrs Tina Pullman, 4808 Granada hlvd.. on Wednesday at 1 p.m. • • Greynolds Park chapter, Mrs Ar• thur Winton. president, will meet for lunch at the Dunes motel on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. Program will include the first birthday celebration of the chapter and a skit. Hollywood chapter will meet for lunch and a fashion show at the • Club House restaurant on Tuesday I neion. Mrs. Alan Venzer is presii dent • • • North Dade chapter will meet Sept. 19 at Beth Torah Congregation. Theme of the program will | be "Crazy Hats." Mrs. Henry Gilbert is president. • -• • North Miami chapter was to meet this Thursday. Sept. 6. 8:15 p m at Carol City Town Hall in a program featuring an original skit Mrs. .Seymour Shafran is president. • South Miami chapter, Mrs. Seymour Goldstein, president, will hold a luncheon at Leonard's La Pena ion Tuesday. 11 30 a.m. Program will feature an original skit. • • Southwest chapter, Mrs. Morton Weinberger, president. will meet Wednesday evening. 8.30 p.m.. at the Everglades Elementary School. Program will feature a musical re view • • • The largest non-government al vo1 cational training agency in the world. ORT has schools in 20 countries on five continents. In 1961. ORT's schools trained 36.459 immigrants and inhabitants of under i developed countries in more than 70 modern trades and skill. A new ORT project, to construct new buildings, wings and das* : rooms wherever needed, will bei come operative this year ORT Israel, the Israeli Government, and four municipalities. Haifa. Tel Aviv. Jerusalem and Beersheeba, will establish apprenticeship centers Because of Israel's need for manpower, and the Increased number of teen-agers who are unenv ^Ot: Cjustavc J-istel DENTIST announces ; : e opening o\ his office at 1205 Lincoln Road V -v.' BE/ Telephone 531-9894 (Formerly of 1CC5 N.E. 125th Streel 'rtH buzz in t_. for these GREAT SAVINGS fresh new merchandise REDUCTIONS RIGHT FROM STOCK plus HUNDREDS OF SPECIAL PURCHASES THROUGHOUT THE STORE I shop every floor all five burdine's stores SHOP FRIDAY AWD MONDAY NIGHTS TIL 9:30 SORRY NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS M AMI 163rd ST. MIAMI BIACH FT. lAUDIRDAll WIST PAIM BIACH



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Friday, September 7, 1962 •*•* %  +Jm1$i) tlrricttrtr Fage 11-A Israel Bonds to launch Campaign With High Holy Day Synagogue Appeal* The most intensive fall drive iniNegev with the aid of Israel Bend the history of Israel Bonds will be dollars as quickly as possible ehed during the High Holidays, Through our purchase of Israel t was announced Wednesday by Bonds at this time of the \ car. we >amuel Friedland, chairman of the can lu lp m ake ,llP desert bloom Greater Miami Israel Bond Organ: ';lin ;in(i P ,;K ( Israel on the path ization. ,() economic independence An r. ., Investment in Israel Bonds durFnedland po-nted out that synai D g the High Holidays is one of sogues of Greater Miami, the rabthe most meaningful expressions a u J a> u e adcrs "' %  li :;ill ><>f our dedication to the spearhead the Israel Bond effort, liberty This year, it is expected that world." more congregations than ever bein today's cause of challenainy TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIN Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin not only (fives itrorjer,' tatter relief from pin of healoh out is also tafer. Won't upset the stomach and has no bad effects. You %  ee, Anacin is like a doctor's pre•enption. That is, Anacin cor.ti:ns not just one but a combination of medically proven, active inured: -• i. Scientific research has provei no livgle drug can give such stron yet such safe relief as Anacin Tabl.ta. U.S. Maccabean iour-with-coxswain crew, which has been named to represent the United States in the International Row.ng Championships in Lucerne, Switzerland. Sept. 6 to 9. The squad, (left to right) is composed of Richard Millman. of Chicago; Harvey Rubinstein, Detroit; Harry Blieden, Michigan City, Ind.; George Hermann. Falls Church. Va.; Don Spero, Glencoe, 111.; and Richard Schwartz, Cleveland. Coach-coxD Allen Rosenberg, of Philadelphia, is in the foreground. The crew is sponsored by the U.S. Committee Sports for Isand swept the river in the Sixth World Macccbiah Games in Israel last summer. British Anti-Semites To Aooear for Trial rore will participate in the effort. either by having appeals during High Holiday services, or by sponsoring a dinner or other function tir Israel Bonds. Nearly every Orthodox, Conservative and Reform conpre-ation in the area i..kes part in this traditional effort. Friedland noted. Miami congregations join synagogues throughout the nation in the High Holiday Israel Bond drive. Friedland pointed out that Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, is national vice chairman of the synagogue effort. Continued from Page 1-A -. cutor told the court that on Jones estimated that, so far. S| < arhead had only about 25 mem[) %  • "> m London. I'nder the proJordan, who was suspended from his teaching post earlier this year, was sentenced on Aug. 20 to two months' imprisonment for his activities during a rally of his organizaportance of helping Israel's new (ion m London's Trafalgar Square citizens settle in homes and jobs. last July i winch are being created in the lie al-o was ordered hi Id for trial, alorn. with three ol his lieutenants, on charges oj violating Britain's rublic Order Act. The four neo-Nazis are tree mi bail pending setting Oi a date for their trial Beth David Brunchecn Theme oi the brunchecn meeting ol B< th David Sisterhood on Wedni sday, Se] t \'.'. :i % %  v.; will he "Hang up your ha and feel ;.: home with Sisterhood." SAUL MIND L I N %  I V I ._ —., .._ :rli i| • I Parted \ 1 Mind/m ..',now fo UUI.'cV Kt:\T .1 CAR from $2.50 per day ABOTT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 VV. FLAGLER ST. Phone FR 3 6765 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 N.W. 10th Ave. FR 3-7180 nave your roof repairao now. you will save on a new roof itr. "Sat sfa'tory Work by txperienced Men" THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFO needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. AN proceeds go towards support of the Horn*. You may contribute, tak • tan deduction or wo will pay cash for sam* Remembor wa art NOT & profit-making organization W aro helping your community to keep its dignity. By helping others you ere helping yourself Manufacturers and jobbers—remember—we can us* all your outcasts or misfits. Pease call us for early pick-up. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th Avenue Ph. 696-2101 Closed Saturdays The High Holidays include Rosl m m # m Hashona, which will be observed A riMO "> f Tt> TvK-%1 Saturday and Sunday. Sept. 29 and riUDcor TO I I Flal in, ,„ lh0 „,,,,,„ v a i u f*r*'*"' W# f f Wf 3723. and Yom Kippur. on Mon, day. Oct. 8. visions of the Puhlic Order Act. the accused neo Nazis can be senFriedland emphasized that the fenced to up to two years' imprisintensified Israel Bond effort will 10, when the headquarters of ailment. '1 found guilty. n(,1 l' makv possible the openinu ol \.I/I movement was raided by The Automobile Association of a new chapter of pioneering felicc. Jordan admitted under, London announced it had suspendthrough the development and setestioning that he was leader of ed Kerr-Ritchie from his assocla,lom< nt of Israel's southern Negev Spearhead and also admitted relion job "pending a decision to be r esion. sibility for a number of articles made into his future with us .-."own him in various circulars. Tt „ ... The Coventry Education Committee said this week that Jordan had been dismissed from his teaching post at a Coventry school, effective Dec. 31. "The development of the Negev, Friedland noted, is the key to the future of the State of Israel. This is the area." he said, "in which a large proportion of the present wave of immigrants must be settled. It must be the center of intensive irrigation and industrialization." Friedland emphasized 'lie imTWIN CITY GLASS CO. GUARANTEED MIRRORS STORE FRONTS FURNITURE TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS & RE-SILVERING AUTO GIASS INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT 1220 %  16th Street, M.B. Closed Soturdays Tel. JE 8-6141 There is only one WELCOME WAGON 30 years of experience fostering good will in business and community .life. For information on Welcome Wagon, phone HI 84994 WELCOME WAGON



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F = Paqe 8-B *Jenist> tTcridHar Friday. September 7, 1962 t t • r i < r n h i! u .d V o I I c 1. tl % %  < b 1. I ii li 3 e P h v P < P P n t; 0 Histadrut Leaders Off to Israel Mr and Mis Philip Krau-. Mi ami Beach civic ami religious leaders, will leave tor Israel on Sept. 12 to attend official dedication ceremonies of a 10-room bungalow they have donated to the Bel Avot in Unionoperated by Mishan, the welfare department of Histadrut, Announcement of the Kraut was made by Joshua Z. Siadlan. president of the Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami, and by Max Hecht, chairman ol its development fund committee. Since moving here from Washington, D.C., Mr. and Mrs. Kraus have been active in all phases of the Jewish community. Mrs. Kraus and her husband are members of Temple EmanuEI. Kraus is treasurer of B i a I i k Branch of Farband, and plays an active role in the Greater Miami committee for State of Israel Bonds. Mr and MrKraus will return Nov. 1 via El Al Israel Air Lines Histadrut's welfare department operates and maintains four Batei Avot. parents homes, in Israel They are located in Holon. Haifa. F.ai and Jerusalem. Both Israeli and American Jews are currently utilizing the modern homes for Senior citizens. Cantor Hinkes At Temple Zion Cantor Seymour Hinkes has been elected cantor of Temple Zion for the year 1982-68. president H. K Potash announced this week (amor Seymour Hinkes. a native Miamian, was formerly with Temple Zamora. Cora] Gables. A graduate of the University of Miami, the lenor studied liturgical musk with Cantor Nathan Zeichner and voice with Madame \ era Newstead Rawley He has given concerts and recitals here in programs of Yiddish. Israeli opera and show tunes. Cantor Hinkes is married, and the couple have two sons. David Mayer and Elliott William. Canter Hinkes. assisted by the Temple Zion Choir, under the direction of Harold Tokayer. will nl the liturgy Slichoth night and during the Hieh Holy Days M*. AND MRS. KRAUSS Junior High Student Breakfast The first m a series of monthly breakfasts for junior high students ol the Beth Sholom religious school will take place on Saturday morning, at 9 a m., in the auditorium. Herbert C. Bloom is director of education. The program highlight will be a talk on Israel by one of Beth Sholom's confirmands of 5722. Miss Cece Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cohen, of 4557 Jefferson ave who spent the summer in Israel with a group directed by Miss Nettie Goldstein, of the Beth Sholom religious school staff. Beth Sholom students who participated in the Southeastern Federauon of Temple Youth Camp Institute in 'Cleveland, Georgia, this summer, including Gordon Kramer. Wendy Satin. Janet KatZ, Ellen Cobb and Steve Krarns, will ai-o relate their experiences Some 165 junior high students arc expected lo attend this opening breakfast ol the season Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of the cougregation, Cantor David Conviscr. Bloom and school stall members. Solomon Lichter, Bernard Krcisbcrg, Avi Kay, Abraham Rosenfeld, David Platt. Miss Nettie Goldstein and Miss Shirley Seeman will also attend. The function is sponsored by the Temples ITA. Mrs. Irving Kushman is president Mrs Philip Davis ,in charge of the breakfast program Peiser to Head Beach Bank Dr. Kurt Peiser has been elected president of the Bank of Miami Beach. The Creator Miami corporation executive and civic leader this week revealed that lie has re Signed as vice chairman of the hoard of directers of Air Control Products in Miami, but will con Untie as an Air Control director The Bank of Miami Beach was bought in mid-August by Peiser and William J. Weissel, of Miami. Peiser's other banking affiliations includes the posts of chairman and president of the Bank of Dade County and a directorship in the Community National Bank at Bal HarbooV. II.' was formerly assistant to the board chairman of Eood Fair Stores, and before that served as Opti-Mrs. to Visit School Mrs. Murray Sonnett. president of Miami Beach Opti-Mrs., iil be hostess tor the group on Tuesday lor lunch at the Barcelona hat el After lunch, air conditioned buses will take the women to the Montenari clinical school, where the organization supports 16 scholarship students Cardiac Hospital Meeting Firsl membership meeting of [he Mill's Club ot National t'hil Iron's Hospital was held on Wed nesday evening at the home of the president, Henry Jacobson, 1152 sw 2*v<\ ave vice president of the I'mveisity of Pennsylvania. Presently, Peiser is chairman of the executive committee of the Dania Bank and director of the Marathon State Bank in the Florida Keys. United i=und Ready to Open The volunteer campaign iUnited Fund leadership an appeal this week for 12.00 countains to join with several th i .sand volunteers who have alrea signed up. •The volunteer is (he bgckbi i of our United Fund," -aid Wiffii c. Lantaff, president "We only succeed with an adeq i number id volunteer workerever) section ol Hade county." United Fund's 196? fall cam. paign goal is $2,847,962 to support the programs of 39 health welfare and character buildm ? agencies. Jay I. Kislak. campaign man. noted that top lea • i ranks have now been filled General kickoff of Ux will be Sun lay. Nov I ,^ v ^^ v *^ v *^VVVV*vVN^vVV'^V>^V*N'^^ THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO JOIN ONE OF ITS AFFILIATED REFORM OR LIBERAL TEMPLES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA. TEMPLE ISRAEL Of GREATER MIAMI 137 M.E. 19rh STRtET MIAMI Greater Miami's Oldest Reform Synagogue DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, loftbi Services every friday evening of 8:15 o'clock For Temple affiliation & information call FR 9-1757 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM • %  The Liberal Congregation on the Beach 4144 CHASE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH LEON KRONISH, Robbi DAVID CONVISER. Cantor .NURSERY through CONFIRMATIONReligious School Registration No* in Progress CALL THE TEMPLE OFFICE — JE 8-7232 %  • ; 10 < 'MM., t '..ii i.fcrai dl THE I'KI'H Simi-i'M I'WIII.Y IM-AS TEMPLE SINAI The only Reform Temple in North Dade offers ifs complete tocilifiet Worship Services. Nursery School. Hebrew School Sunday School through Confirmation DANIEL v LOW.. Rabbi 12100 N.E. 15th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI PL 4 0681 Hialeah Reform Jewish Congregation 595 W. 68th STREET HIALEAH for Information or Registration Pall %  -. • Mrs tan.• B TU 7-1256 or 821 0292 HEBREW SCHOOL RELIGIOUS SCHOOL TEMPLE JUDEA 320 PALERMO AVENUE CORAL GABLES Rabbi rAoreVcai Podet Cantor N. Richard Brown NURSERY SCHOOL RF£L GIOUS SCHOOL ADULT EDUCATION YOUTH GROUPS SISTERHOOD BROTHERHOOD For Information Call HI 4-9876 TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 N. KENDALL DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI RELIGIOUS SCHOOL NURSERY SCHOOL HEBREW SCHOOL ADULT INSTITUTE RABBI HERBERT BAUMGARD, D.H.I. CANTOR CHARLES KODNER MO 6-2536 3 JLfc CANTOR JL %  *. Good Voice I EXPERIENCED IN ALL SERVICES, ^^ 1 Including SH0FAR. %  %  a %  Millina to conduct W oar! or lull ierv•ces in Hotel or i J r Synagogue. Call is JE 1-3032 DISTFIBUT0R to take over established agricultural product business. Currently producing $30,000 annually. Can be easily increased to $60,000 with annual net profit o< $9,000 to $12,000. Full factory support, training, etc. Approx. investment of $6,000, secar d by inventory. Write to Box 1194. Homestead. Interviews wek of September 10. ———• %  i II m\ i m nm FOR SALE 1959 SIMCA OCEANE ARONDE SPORTS CAR Convertible, Excellent condition, rndio, etc. Owner leaving f.Vami. For quick sole S900. Morr ; s Atkins. FR 4-6767 or HI 4-4659 nAAA/WS>V>AAAAAAAAAA^vV Elderly Hungarian Gentleman wishes to make acquaintance of refined lady over 65, object matrimony. Write A. B., Box 2973 Main Post Office Miami, Fin. A\WWWWWVWWWvWW a Lear School Begins 29th Year With the opening of the new .school year, the Lear School is ready for another semester in its long history of academic study on Miami Beach. Lear School is situated on 8 large coral rock estate retaining Old World charm of patios, columns, gardens and terrace-, facing Biscayne Hay at 1010 West Ave School facilities include science laboratory, library, audiovisual aides to instruction, art studio. auditorium, swimming pool, and landscaped play areas The curriculum rom kinder garten through high school is organized around small class groups under the instruction of a qualified staff. Supervisors of the school are Mrs. Ida Lear, founder, and her son, Richard Lear, principal. Lea/ School is beginning its 29th year this week, and iaccredited i>> the State of Florida Department ol Education The school i., member ol the Honda Council of Independi nl Schools. S'nai Sholom Sisterhood il Te m pi e B nai Sholon • "I will have a masquers le party on Satui la) hi at the Temple Dancing will be to the music ol the Bon Bi ns, a loi r iup, ami refreshments will l" served. Mrs shnley i s in charge ol r<^**^^^A**^^^^^^^^^^^^^VWWWVWWWW>/VWWWVWVW^^^^^^^^^**'********* 5723 1962-63 New Year Greetings ROSH HASHONA SEPTEMBER 29-30 YOM KIPPUR OCTOBER 8 AST II 31 AT Ml' Or others with Breothin? Difficulty, allerqes or those depressed by Hiuh Humidity — try the lON-O-MATIC AIR IMPROVER Invigorating nir, as of the Mountain Top, in your own home. 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Page 12-A Kknlsf flrr/dinr? Fridoy. September 7. 1962 Beth David Men Plan Installation First meeting of the 1962-63 season of Beth David Men's Club will take place on Sunday evening. 7:30 p.m.. in Spector Hall. Louis Seitlin will be installed president at the combination installation and membership meettog. ... • DM Also to assume office will be Michael Covin and Albert J Beer. \:ce presidents: Jerry B Coburn. secretary; and Irving Rosen, treasurer Seitlin, a Miami insurance executive, is a member of one of Eeth David's pioneer families. %  it and his three brothers, as well as his son, Larry, were all Bar Mitzvah there. Sidney Aronovitz, past president ( %  the congregation, will he install. officer Other highlights of the evening will include porfessional entertainment and an informal bufMembers and their wives are invited to attend. Seitlin's wife, Annette, was recently elected president of Beth 1 avid Sisterhood, making the busband-and-wife team a unique first" in the 50-year history of the legation. Bureau Leaders Urge Instruction For Youth Here LOUIS StITLIN USY Chapter Opens Season On Tuesday evening. 7:30 p.m.. the first meeting of the current school year of the senior chapter < '. United Synagogue Youth at Beth Torah Congregation will be held The 13 members of the group vho recently returned from a Leadership Training Institute of the Southeastern region at Camp Hue Star and the officers of the group are planning the year's t:hedule. The chapter will he directed by Goldh~Off and will include cultural, religious and athIttic activities in its program. Rabbi Brooks, Cantor Zvi Set Rabbi Hershel Brooks and Cantor Ben Zvi, both newly appointed. will officiate this Friday evening when Temple Zamora resumes late services. The Temple is open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.. and 7:30 to .10 p.m.. for registration in He,brew and Sunday schools and for i the sale of tickets for the High Holy Days. Starting Monday evening, at 8:30 'p.m.. Rabbi Brooks will conduct adult lectures on prayers and their interpretations, customs and history of the High Holy Days. The public is invited. In 38 Jewish schools of Greater Miami and Hollywood, first sessions in the Hebrew departments were held on Tuesday, and the Sunday school departments will open this Sunday. Over 11.000 students are expected to register in the local schools, eight of which are Reform, six are Orthodox. K re 'Conservative, and two are Yiddish. Joseph Cohen, newly-elected president of the Bureau of Jewish Education, has issued a special %  call to all Jewish parents to register their children in a school of their choice during the registration period which ends on Sunday. I •Jewish education must occupy the number one position in Jewish life Jewish children should be :. gistered in Jewish schools so that they may learn the great heritage oi cur people, the traditions and culture of Jews throughout the i s, and Jewish ethics and ideals ; which have contributed to the democratic foundation of the modern I world," he declared. The Bureau's Central Hebrew High School will open on Monday. Onlv students who are graduates of junior high school departments and have completed six years of prior Hebrew training will be accepted. Herbert Berger. assistant director of the Bureau, is director oi the Central Hebrew High. The Bureau is expanding its observation and consultation program for all Jewish schools. All personnel will be trained through classroom observation, seminars lor teachers and special classes at the Bureau's College of Jewish Studies to be opened at Beth David Congregation on Tuesday. October 30. and at Beth Torah Congregation on Thursday. November 1. Louis Schwartzman, Bureau director, urged early registration and stated: "Jewish parents should realixe how important it is that their children grow up with a deep love and understanding of Jewish life. He quoted from the resolution of the recent World Conference on Jewish Education in Jerusalem which declared that "Jewish learning and its intensification are indispensable to the well ; %  ng ol the Jewish people." Rabbi Machtei Honored A luncheon honoring Rabbi and Mrs S M. Machtei will be held on Thursday. Sept. 13. 11:30 a.m.. at Temple B'nai Shelom. Opa-locka. GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRES'DENT — IKE GORDON FUNERAL 0.RECTOR W£ SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS CARIBBEAN MARBLE COMPANY EXCLUSIVE DEALERSHIP FOR STAR GRANITE We speciofiie in building Jewish Monument! Our work is Guarmnltti. 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Pcqe 4-B JfHistffcri(fiar Fiidoy, September 7, ] 9 1S62 Norses' Uniforms from Days Gone By Will be Modeled at Auxiliary Brunch Beach Council Meet Miami "ig Beach 1 mncii of B rtth Women, pi „ M v ..-j a* Wb %  •• courses, and now COIUWMI • ruiii oy neruey'i will K least one day's work weekly in the modeled by member* and %, OfOit 11 Recovery Room The brunch on Tuesday official Iv inaugurates the Auxiliary's fall Mrs program is a • children chairman Chairman of th otilliea 'w seventh and eightli ^r;idr rhild-^is Mrs Herman IClass IO a .Miami auim-imi.ii"i. ...... IKWIWO % %  • %  — i •start siion iml \w %  i could be seen assembled anywhere report by Mrs Joseph B.rshan on "' ;"; a '** else. volume.'.inservlces and an ac ns ,a •***&&* reservittoat Pioneer Women Plan Activities Pioneer Women, Club 1, dinner on Sunday at 6 p.m.. will be given ty Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garter in honor of their son's marriage. Te bf held at Temple Kneseth Israel. 1415 Euclid ave.. aU proceeds of the dinner will go to the Child Rescue Fund. Mrs. Joseph Krantz i.president of the group. I Bebe Idelson Club's first open meeting of the season this Thurs day. 1 p.m.. in the Washington Federal bids on Normandy Isle. v„to include a cultural program and refreshments. Mrs. Isaac OfAbe Horrowifz Auxiliary Ladies' Auxiliary of Abe Horroitz Post. Jewish War Veterans, v^s to sponsor a mah jone and card party thiThursday evening ;• the Unified bldg., No. Miami l ich. fenhenden is president. %  Kadimah chapter will have all the facilities of the Westbrooke Country Club at their disposal for a swim party on Wednesday, from i 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. All funds go to the Child Rescue Fund. Mrs. Moses Meyer is in charge of reservations, and Mrs. J. Feld is in charge of tickets. Transportation chairmen arc Mrs. Jacob Raffel. president. Mrs Lillian Cohen. Mrs. Fred Sandier, and Mrs. Moses Meyer. A regular meeting of the chap ter will be held on Thursday eveSept. 13. at the school annex of Beth David. Guest speaker will be Hendnk .1 Herns, news analyst of The Miami News, who broadcasts over radio station WGBS. Ili> topic will be "The World Today." Chairman ol the evening is Mrs. Moses Meyer, only HELLMANN'S could do such wonderful things for salads! Tonight, make your salad too tempting to resist! It's easy with any one of Hellmann's tantalizing dressings—French... Old Homestead 1 French ... or Italian. All three give your salads fuller, zestier flavor..? more enticing aroma. Try them soon with meat or dairy meals. They're sure to become a family favorite — just like Hellmann's* Mayonnaise! Try HELLMANN'S FRENCH So subtly spiced... so aromatic Many of these early styles come from museums, and some have been loaned by private collectors, it was disclosed bj Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, .\11\1l1a1\ president •They'll span several centuries." she said. "The museum affords a perfect setting for this unique fashion show that will truly be original and refreshing." Mrs June Beauvais, president of the Florida stale Nurses' Registry in Orlando, is making a special trip to Miami to participate in the highly entertaining and education al program. She will be bringing with her a number of valuable copies of models worn by nurses 'during the Crimean War and the Civil War These were carefully sewn by Florida nurses, using drawings and photographs from history books. The life ot one of the most color ful personalities m the American nursing profession will be dramatized A iorn-cob smoking giantess of a woman, known by the name of Sairy Gamp, will be "revived' and her quaint nurse's uniform displayed for the tir-t time. Shoshana Chapter 'Carnival Time' It's "Carnival Time" U the boacaps will be given to pital. Chairman % % %  sidnn Flamingo Chapter Donee Flamingo chap-. N al Children's Card 1 Hospital TJQ grammed all who attend. to pital. 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Frre ISA Itnitfrhrrtfrr Finns Favor Direct Israel-Arab Talks Continued from Page i-A that Israel was to deal with Egypl s m w i, cki l .H> Hi c ailing the itmark atiribuud to Pi< '-. --• r u> the effect that Egyptian i is?il c ..1 i reach any p, Mr Ben-Gi heavily-attended press I al 'this makes our sil %  .•;< ., I ii : "We hjpe we can d< i mething to balance the utuatii and e Mill make everj effort :. prevent ^ar v. len ask Rephun Joins Teaching Staff Rephun has joined the teac) staff of Flagler-Grai Ht;i ..te of the Univ< c: Miami law school, a pi. .::, rney, and has taught Hel n • < Miami area for 10 year* A former member *:' the l>rael delegation to the I'nited Nations. ;^-: president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, and vice chairman of the Zionist Youth Commission. Rephun has just been elected vice president of the South Florida Zionist Council set tl %  He express he vi< : t that i tens Aral • fesl r Jh \: ab League Cout I %  East ] setting t! it tl I s an united, the that they I reasoi to think the I'niti I States ha I t< % %  re• %  | %  -A ith 1 >r..i. Answering a question at:ut Christian missionaries in Israel, he said: "We will not interfere with the missionaries' work in Israel, even if they succeed from time to time in converting some Jewish children. Israei is a free country with freedom of religion." Concerning the Soviet Union, the Prime Minister tolc 1 the correspondents that Israel wanted to be friendly with all nations "irrespective of their regime*, but the USSR is not too friendly to us." He expressed the opini maiontv of Russian Jews would DURING THE WEEK... AS I SEE II Continued from Page 4 A .st;c. or at least compromising .iberals. who are popularly considered the extremists; hence, all compromise on the separation question would of neeassit) fall theif right Whereas, the sheer existence of the ngrest A'hat maj stands its determination to fight for a strict interpretation of the separati n I church and staU s to assun mpi ..'it of the I fore to the left of the milder liberals. Thus, he added. twinkling <>< < get the it-' of both pi ssible worl I A good deal of this. 1 am :• .s true, but it makes light of a iar m re serious consideration: that differing views on the practical application of separation of church and state haw been emerging during the past few to divide a Jewish C( It munity once seemingly unanimous on the question of principle. In addition, these views now complicate what was previously, at least, a "simple" intra mural division among .1 e s based on methods (if appJit alone It is a diff renct -myself ir. thi '.ire Is '• nier Einar Ger! ,.. %  • • • rhe Noi .. .. Israeli's to I "• t for the S '• at < s arid .. :. \ • w ... i nations I • • • %  • • • ti • Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relie?es Pain (few York. N.Y.( Special ) For the first time science ha found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop rectal itch ar.d U re'.eve pain-without surgery. In case after case, while K-r.t'.y relieving pain, actual redaction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all results were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statement* lika "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*) discovery of a world-farr.oiM research institute. This substance is n> w availal • In rirr'.'i-., .-...• %  .. n under the nan.i a H* At all drug c 4 ON SAVINGS Fecerml R*?*4r> JHIM Mara] X>*pofttt Icaura&c* ttEl TO OUR READEKS! A. J. HARRIS Chairman of tbt coord J4-Year Hebrew-English Calendar. 32 pages. All dates ar.d Hebrew equiva. lenta and days of the week, Oct. 1940 to Sept. i. %  -i. % Important Jevith koliday$ U 1$TO. For free copy write to H. J. Eeins Company, Dept. J2, .Pittsburgh 30, Pennsylvania i i i i k W ANTES FOR PART-TIME WORK IN SELLING MEN'S CLOTHING THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th AVE. Phone 696-2101 W K A T F M F8c.v BRAHMS TO ^ARTOK V;. HHI the ::-. %  a"! Finest Music ;n WK AT-FM 93.1 en your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM I *• i #• &f # &f #• \ • &f &f &f # &f &f&f + / / / / / j • %  &f&f / • / &f &f • &f I NORTON TIRE CO B.I Goodrich MAIN STORE5300 N.W. 27th AV! Opn 24 Hc^, 4 U Dl ||J Visit Our New W. Hollywood Stor, B 6017 Hollywood Blvd SALE! Brand-New TUBELESS NYLON TIRES SIZE Block-oil Wk>call 670x15 11.95 14.95 750x14 11.95 14.95 710x15 12.95 15.95 SIZI E c.< 24 HM'i I -' S '' SOUTH MIAMI tiia stith Dili* Hvy. HALUM0AL1 It %  •rt Dim Hy. MIAMI IIACM lM Altaa UU HOUTWO00 2tJ !•• Federal Hy. MtTM MIAMI ISM a.w. • m A.e. m M4JUTWt00 Mil rMiyvaad leele.we at State *-4 s 1 Ml T-4HM • HOMtSTL" JCIOO s u Fedtrll H*T,. LJedl'*^? iSM $••* A S >U* no* $••' •w "Sit ^^a^^fir^^^.jn^^tss^^ ,N^


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T "Jewish Fllo]f idian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ie 35 — Number 36 Miami. Florida, Friday, September 7, 1962 Twc Sections — Price Zlz itish Anti-Semites Jeceive Court Order To Appear for Trial f LONDON —(JTA) — Colin Jordan, leader of the British National feialist Movement, and three other officers of the anti-Semitic neozi group. ". i. ordered this week to stand trial on charges of violation of the Public Order Act which bans the display of physical force for political purposes. The court order was issued by Chief Magistrate Robert Blundell in Bow Street after a two-day hearing. i date was set for the trial and his three aides were on bail of E£100 poundsi each. The three aides are I tioned about 12 pounds of sodium clorate said to have been found in Jordan's London headquarters, testifed that if the chemical was mixed with sugar, it would pro%  yndall. the national wereduce explosives equal in blast Van Kerr-Ritch.e. "research j pow9r to more thln 100 en and Dennis Pine, assist-e | t$ %  kioii.i) secretary. They were• Kd specificall> with seeking Prosecutor Griffith Jones deBd an organization known as scribed Jordan as the leader ol Knead." for the purpose of Spearhead, and named Tyndall as %  Vhy-ical force for their polideputy leader and Kerr-Ritchie tical am B-G in Finland i For Arab Talks HORV/ICIANS AISO IMPRtSSID PAOl 9A A War Office scientist, quesand Pirie as section leaders. The Continued on Prie 11-A JUSTICE FRANKFURTER 'Y) • ) Mosur ruts KOTTEW KG UST Fascist Union Meet Ends la Melee and 40 Arrests M):>N—(JTAi— British courts B^.-i sentences Monday on Hth..:: 40 persons arrested in H melee that erupted when H listeners breke through | police cordons to attack Sir Mosley Sunday and smash iting of his Fascist Union lent in the heavily Jewish !nd section of London. |ey had originally planned a through that section, but reed to cancel that activity ;ED WITH CRIME )el Bars U.S. from Entry \\ \l.EM — (JTA) —The lsy me Court dismissed this an application by Mervyn I I Clevt land, for an order interior Ministry to issue to Ian immigration visa The Justice tribunal rule.I two to insl the application without lent, announcing that a detailing would he issued later The will be appealed. crucial point before the % r.al was whether a person ged with a crime, but not ficted of it, was "a person la criminal past likely to ener the public peace." Proslive immigrants so classified Bot migrate to Israel under Law of Return. was indicted in the United] on charges of fraudulent fial transactions in that counHe arrived in Israel with a ort which he said he lost afsubstitute passport was tak om him by the United States in Naples to force him to I trial. when the London Police Commissioner, Sir John Simpson, under mounting public pressure on British Home Secretary Henry Brooke, banned all political parades in the area during the weekend. A related clash occurred in nearby Dalston, where the antiFascist Yellow Star movement held a marathon 12-hour rally to prevent another neo-Nazi group, the British National Party, from holding a planned meeting thereThe neo-Nazis gave up after waiting through an all-night series of speeches. But when several "nationalists" tried to hold a meeting a few blocks from the Yellow Star site, they were attacked and beaten, a number of them beiryj hospitalized. One of the first to be sentenced was a man who had previously been convicted three limes for similar attacks on British neoNaZ'S at public rallies. Sentenced to 21 days he said that, if fighting Fascism mean) breaking the law, he intended to go right on break ing it Another defendant said he had been awarded six medals durWorid War II for fighting Na Continued on Page 3-A Justice Felix Frankfurter resigned from the United States Supreme Court after 23 years on the bench. In announcing the resignation. President Kennedy described his devotion to the high court as "service (during which) the direction of lie law has been channeled by many important decis :ons which he rendered." President Kennedy's ap pointment of Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg to succeed the ailing 80-yearold Frankfurter last Wednesday has since been hailed across the land. see Page 7-A HELSINKI—(JTA>—Prime Minister Ahti Karjalainen said here alter a half-hour talk with visiting Israeli Prime Minister David BenGurion, that Finland's stand in favor of direct Israel-Arab peace talks remained firm. It was indicated that, if the pro posal came up at the next United Nations General Assembly session. Finland would vote for it as it did at the UN Assembly last year. The Finnish Prime Minister told a press conference that "it is our regular policy to support proposals of peaceiul negotiations and to try to prevent violence There is no change in this policy." Mr. Ben-Gurion, who arrived at Helsinki Monday night on his five-nation Scandinavian tour, lunched at President Kekonnen's home after a friendly talk, and was guest of honor at an official binner given here by the Finnish Government. The Prime Minister had. begun his month-long tour with visits to Sweden and Norway. Belore his departure from Oslo Saturday night, Mr. Ben-Gurion Continued on Page 16-A Catholic Laymen Assail Jesuit Warning to Jewry AJCOMMfrrcf IN pir PACl 10 A NEW YORK—(JTA)—A vigorous lay Catholic attack on a Jesuit editorial warning that the Jewish battle against religious practices in schools could provoke Catholic anti-Semitism was the highlight of a new series of developments this week in the continuing church state debate. The Jesuit-edited • %  America" uru di,cd b Lay^n, declared that ed American Jewry to drop ils support oi efforts to end such practices, asserting that such activities had evoked "disturbing hints of heightened anti-Semitic feelings" among American Catholics. The "America" editorial asked: "When court victories produce only a harvest of tear and distrust, will it all have been worthwhile'" "Commonweal," the weekly if the editors of "America" had seen signs of ant'-Semitism arising from the legal struggle which led to the U.S. Supreme Court June 25 decision banning use in New York public schools of the New York Regents official prayer, "we find their method of combatting it very odd and the questions they address to the Continued on P*ge 8-A CHIEF OF STAFF SPEAKS Danger Seen In Rift Between Arab Chieftains JERUSALEM — l JTAl — The possibility that the growing interI Arab rifts might bring "an unplanned and unpredictable incident on Israel's borders was stressed this week by Chief of Staff Zvi Tzur in a .-pitch at ceremonies marking the release of a reserve unit which had completed its summer exercises Hi said the threat of such an 1 incident arising from "the present unstable position of the Middle I ;.-! was just as great as the threat to Israel from a decision by tht Arabs to start an official war gainst Israel. "This instability can spring up in any section of our borders." he warned. He stressed that for these reasons "it is our goal to strengthen our military power. If we do not, our fate will be dictated by the Arabs. It is essential that we maintain the logic of the balance of power with them. If we fail tc do so, we endanger our own lives." Israeli officials watched with interest tht widening split between President Nasser of Egypt, and the %  % %  er Aral' -Kites emphasized in the joint Jordan-Saudi Arabia announcement of plans lor close militarj and economic cooperation. of special interest here was a reaffirmation in the statement of the common enmity of the two Arab countries toward Israel and tii "act within a unified plan :< restore at all costs -acred rights in Palestine." The joint announcement accused Masst: ( : .-haltering Arab units Make Rockwell Register as Agent, JWV Urges DETROIT — (JTA 1 — The Jewish War Veterans at its 67th annual convention here requested this week that the Attorney General of | the United States take immediate steps to have American Nazi Party leader George Lincoln Rockwell j register as a foreign agent. In a ; telegram to Attorney General Robert Kennedy, the organization cited recent international hate-mon-. gering activities in England. "The announced formation in Britain last month of an international Fascist movement makes it imperative that these lice be under perpetual surveillance as an arm of an alien philosophy. Those who remember Hitler and the genocide he created are apprehensive that this may be the opening shot ol similar episodes all over the world as witnessed in Argentina. Uruguay and other parts of the world. Our delegates are awaiting a reply." the telegram read. "Our point of view," the telegram pointed out, "is that exposure of these vermin will awaken Americans to the danger of this new international movement. We believe that, today, organizations such as the American Nazi Party, which incites Americans to hatred and distrust, are part and parcel of the Communist conspiracy and should be exposed as such." The delegates also urgtci President Kenned) to demand that Argent. n: curb its anti-Semitism. h i telegram, the President was urged "to take immediate action demanding that the Governments of Argentine and Uruguay protect thi men than 500.000 Jews living within their borders against hardit rt Fascist extremists. Because ol the many unreconstructed Nazis Argentina, tht possibility oi a Nazi rebirtl it not rein;*



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Page 2-B Jen 1st tieridiar Mildred G. Cooking Corner The loaves of bread which utilize baking powder or baking soda as, the leavener are the homemaker".delight. So speedily are they made that we call them quick breads, yet they add distinction to the | simplest family meal or the most elaborate tea. In cooking circles, the loaves are divided into two classes. The first is appropriately labeled "fancy breads." since these are the delicate rich ones we use for our finest tea sandwiches The second group goes by the inappropriate name of "heavy breads Actually the term "hearty" would describe them more closely, for these are the firmer loaves, more suited to family meals or nutritious sandwiches. 1'erhaps the name was picked as a contrast to the delicacy of the "fancy breads." Today we are selecting two of the so-called "heavy breads" for i e script ion. The first, called Seedy Eread because of the caraway seeds it contains, is so unusual in texture and appearance that it docs lequire a little comment. The I read is baked in a round, heavy skillet, When done, the crust is somewhat thick, the texture a bit crumbly, and the flavor delicious Cut into wedges, and spread generously with -oft butter. Seedy Bread makes .1 grand after-school Siiaclf with milk, or a pleasant accompaniment for a liuht supper or that mid-afternoon cup of tea or coffee. It may be .eaten slightly warm, but will cut better if cooled, wrapped in waxed paper, and kept overnight. The Peanut Bread is a true loaf, and guaranteed to add new inter; eM to the school lunch box. The chopped peanuts add crunchy texture and accentuate the always popular peanut butter flavor. A simple cream cheese spread is suggested, but for those who are "just mad about" peanut butter, this may be used as the filling as well. Like most quick breads, this one also slices better if it is completely cooled, then wrapped in waxed paper overnight. Seedy Bread 4 cups sifted all-purpose flour 1-2 teaspoons baking soda lMi teaspoons double-acting baking powder 1 teaspoon salt ', cup sugar 3-8 cup firm butter or margarine 2 cups buttermilk '. egg. slightly beaten 2"-i tablespoon.caraway seeds m cupseedless raisins Sifl together into a mixing bowl the flour, baking soda, baking powder, salt, an sugar. Cul in the rtening until the mixture re e meal. Add the seeds and raisins ( thi butti rmilk and ininto the hatter only until blended. Be careful not to overmix Spread the batter evenly Into a well-greased, heavy, ovenproof skillet (iron is best 1. and bake at 350 degs. F. for about one hour, until well browned. Cool on a rack after removing from the nan. This bread must be eaten while still slightly warm, but will -lice more easily if stored over light. Peanut Bread I cup shelled roasted peanuts 3 tablespoons smooth! peanut margarine 3 tablespoons smoth peanut butter 1 cup firmly packed dark brown sugar 1 egg 2 cups sifted all purpose flour 1 J teaspoon baking soda 1 tea.-poon double acting baking powder 1 i teaspoon sail 1 cup sour milk or buttermilk 1 se unsalted peanut-, and chop them medium fine. Cream together the shortening, peanut butter, and brown sugar. Add the egg and beat until light and fluffy Sift together tlic flour, baking soda, baking powder, and salt Add to the batter alternately with the milk. Stir only until blended Add the peanuts. Pour Ihe batter into a greased and floured 9x5x3 inch loaf pan. and bake at 850 degs F about one hour, until a cake tester inserted in the center comes out dry. and the crust is a rich brown. Remove from the pan and cool on a rack with the top up. For easy slicing, cool thoroughly, wrap in waxed paper, and store overnight. Fr:d y September 7 Rabbi Mochfei Honors A luncheon hononnj RThursday. Sept 1:, '^^ Tempi, B Left to right are Mrs. Lawrence Weston, membership chairman. Mrs. Ray Morse, president of Temple Menorah Sisterhood. Mrs. Max Krauss. and Mrs. Al Mechlowitz as they discuss the recent membership tea at the home of Mrs. Krauss on Allison Island. Mrs. Joseph Feldman was proqram chairman cf the event whose theme highlighted "Hats Off to Sisterhood." lom, IS happiness old fashioned? No, indeed'But jom,o( (, y Old hj.m 5 h Kn* x u-7 atance. H e iBI G used to make! Ho. (? ff *? Easy As easy ,s tnj •"8 •" er,' a--ekatM •o onion. You'll aeejw %  How the economical $. reettons on meeting conducted by Barney Bernstein, president, Ihe following chairmen were appointed Charles Hertzoff, administrative: Marshall S Hanibuilding; Jerome (i Greene, employers advis ory: Mrs. Gerald P Sol'/, individI ual and group guidance. Sam Luby, I jr.. Jewish Vocational Service Jewish Home for the Aged liaison. Arthur L. Willner. legislative l Ruskin. nominating Mrs Charles P %  nnnel prai tices Hyman program and housii Marshall S Harris, work • hup and Mrs Jack Chertfau, public ind public relations. Jewish Vocational Service, which npei ati • .1 pi ogi am including edu1 ational 1 areer 11 tinseling, group guidance, job placement and 1 sheltered workshop located al 5252 NE 2nd ave 1a beneficiary agency >t Rabbi 1.• Abramowitz, 1111 cantor vard Klein and the Tempi. Maurice RevitZ, president of pie Menorah. will greet friends and members after services and introduce the Temple leaderThe Shabbal will be sponsored Sisterhood, with president, MrRay Morse, and a committei mg as hostesses, At the back to "Shool" partyen Saturday nuht in the Temple social hali. the Menorah Players vi'I present a comedy, "The ] .<. sin' Seasons." A Round of golf at Caesarea One of the world's great attractions in golfdom is the course at Caesarea, the Roman capital of Palestine, 2.000 years ago. Every inch of the ground is historical. Perhaps a Rorran coin lies under the divot of turf you may take, on your next iron shot to the green! Or you may day dream and see a column of Legion* rtaires, marching to the nearby Hippodrome where gadiators are fighting for Herod's amusement. Golf? Wake up! It's a Simcha at Caesarea. The Taste of Yuban Coffee Every sip of Yuban is a Simcha in itself because it is the worlds richest coffee. The secret is aged coffee beans-. %  t iie best-flavored wines and cheese. Then added to Yul i —for deep, dork, delicious taste. I ajsj %  A B be da Re be I Mi wi foi IN IN pa f ear a i th, be en ] Je m; us 58KJili!!*i4: i^is 1' %  %  %  YUBAN af 1 • 1 The Simcha Coffee K KOSMLR



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aday, September 7, 1962 GEMS OF WISDOM Great is labor: it confers honor n th* Uborer. TALMUD. : • • • See how thf Tofan values laborL -rf_.' uml l[i!Iv j s/irep p avj jurfold, but for an ox. a work \mmal. fivefold. MEIR • • • Where muscles stum jnj jurat 1 :';e brow, product and proI Idiitei blend in a fabric of smew I ind "cu< u'hich is indestructible. PINKS. • • • U ir\ II a splendid means o/ i inning ncttlf up. I;ITTIN • • T/iiwood you chop mjl(es you irm •::•., ut your burning it. I U I KHACH. • • '"•' %  % %  who .'jb.-r-i before the •kir/i can eat mi r S ibbath. TALMUD. • • > r ^ %  i i '*;• for i lii mg i> greatu %  o fears %  I BERAKOl • •'• H rbreui lang%  i the term M M \K for :i)i MELthai %  '' %  J'? idenM. M'lsi • •, mi • • :ANC.WII i Jm'isii ftrr/rfitr Page 13-A 3n <7L 9£e/„, Of JH, rCcliglous JL^ife ictnti s Jews Must Explore Things Necessary for Good Life f\ elicfis '7/,o Merchant Insists on Test NEW YORK — (JTA)— Charles By RABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK Southern Regional Director of United Synagogue of America The newest and most exciting emphasis in the field of general education in our country today is in an area called 'character education'"—one which has attracted the interest of some of the greatest psychologists, sociologists, philosophers, and religious teachers in the land. We have learned very well how to impart knowledge, how to develop skills, and how to broaden the horizon of the intellect. We have not been nearly as successful in teaching people to appreciate the beauty of the moral life and to live accordingly. Dealing with their "morality gap" Is perhaps the greatest challenge which faces us today, if we are to use the amazing tools of science with any degree of sanity. Research in this latest educational frontier is now being conducted by university professors from all over O ervict* J hi B lA/e e h e 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 releases received after that time will be returned as proor of their lateness. AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle av. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. Friday (:S0 p.m. Saturday 8:JO a.m. I] Sermon "Pockel Edition in American Judaism." SAYINGS OF FATHERS RABBI ALIEN RUTCHIK morality gap ihe country, under the guidance of a major Jewish, religii ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. R. Vusko, president. — e — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con. •ervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lioson. FYIda> •; p.m in chapel. Saturday :• a.m. in main sanctuary. Bar Mltzvah: hidah, Bon 'if Mr. and Hra Bernard Sega I — e — BETH EL. 500 Sw irtn ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. I*'riila> %  ; ;> in SattirdiM 30 n m > %  rmon: "Joining the Rank* ..f the Lord." Bar Mltzvah Curt la. son ..f Mr and Mrs Bei nard Bernati in BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fein. > %  %  Sermon "Sped fie field in l.it.iiR> Cantor Hyman In M ill 1.hill< %  %  • %  •! \>\ l he 'ii: %  -.. t i< 'ii Saturday 15 a m. e — BETH ISRAEL. JOOO Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. In the ind Stale nre s all Am.i i. .in-"" IS when ited 'lill: in the forefront of this venture because character building is. and !^ rm V; n :; Ar ', '".,,. s "'",#"„ iv,',',,i,"", always base been, our major area of concern. Min< rltj We have been trying to mold hearts, as well as minds, for centuries. and now. with the help of scientific research, we will be able to do our work so much more effectively. Fundamentally, our synagogues and our religious schools are devoted to the task of developing the | Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein, "character" of the Jewish people, so that we can create the kind of K^n:' : VSirect'Appr^lh."" person who will be sensitive to the ethical in life, and whose motivam, 47. an Orthodox Jew charge lion for u P r '§ ht action will be as highly developed as his instinct for >r the third time with violating I success and for financial reward If New York State Sunday closlaw by keeping his Brooklyn icerj open on Sunday, waived I"right to trial this week in hgistrate'i Court. He did so, though Magistrate (enjamin Schor. a former synaue president, was willing to bmiss the summons against Pam. r Magistrate heard Pam argue lit he observed Saturday as his bath day by closing his store attending services. The judge •-' % %  .• it'ho learns in order :.* prai i I Ht-ji, ant hini :lie op learn and to teach, to jb sen e and to prai A • WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Reform. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. — e — BETH TORAH. 164tn i. aod NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen. j baum. rYM.iy p.m. Saturday JM5 a.m. Har Mltzvah: Richard, eon "f Mr. ami Mr.Rubin Patent: Matthew, son of Mr. and Mri, Robert Hecker. — • — CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassf"'-!. — • — CORAL WAY Jt.HlH CENTER Conservative. 8755 SW 18th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Fri.lay t:30 p.m. Saturday 8:45 am TElViPLE BETH SHIRAH. SunilanJ Hail. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon • structionist. Rittl Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Cottlieb. Friday 9:13 p.m. Sermon: "The Cry %  if the Age*." Saturday 10:30 i m. Sermon: "racing the Prom lead Land." — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 172S Monroe st. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. — • — TEMPLE BETH ShO',OM. 4144 Chase •ye. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn. Cantor Oavid Conviser, Friday s IS p.m. I ineK Sliuhbut for new members. Saturday iu:t.* a.m. Bar Mitavali Samuel, *"ii of I'r and Mis. Paul linger — • — TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Fri.lay \.vi p.m Sermon: "Technique of Effective Prayer." Saturday 11 a in liar Mltivah: Knh.i id. aon of ik. •^ rm .' m i. "":','ih''"--Jujl Happen to.Mr. and Mm. William Karoal uu. Bar Mltzvah: Alan, gon of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parker. i TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 W KSIHOW (Jour 8:15 pin Saturday :• a .m. Seriii.ii "The Portion .>f the Liu Bar I Mltivah Jamea, Kon ..( Mr and Mrs. Joseph Sob • — e -TEMPLE IMER TAMiu. 80th st. ml Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. l-'i-iil.i) N 15 i. in HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi | TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah \ 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Raoai Heilbraun. Daniel M. Lowy. DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con. servative. Rabbi Harold Richer. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. I'niiay 8:13 p.m. Sermon: ''Jewish Pride." Saturdnj 8 30 a.m Bar Mluvah: Stuart, *'ii of Mi and Urn l-Muir.l Litman. — e — FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Oavid Rosenfeld. Frldaj 6 SO p m Saturday 8:30 B m Mar Mltxvah: Ira, son "f Mr ind MrBen Pollack. -e — FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. — e — HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 th st. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. — e HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 555 W. 49th st.. HIJ. leah. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th j ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Kri .i\ in s 15 t in Sermon: "Whj vi li\ Two i 'al-nil.t pa lations came to be known as the Targum, which actually means "interpretations The Targumin were really more than translations. They were indeed interpretations. The oldest we have of these works is dated to the second century and is in Aramaic. When the office of interpreter was no longer used, the translations and interpretations ere still remembered and copied down and handed down to us. upon many occasions, as we have them today. ... 1VODAH • • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. e MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. — e — OHEV SHALOM. 11 Nermandy dr Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias. e — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th st. Conservative, Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Exll Saturday :• a m. Bar Mltxvah Donald, son "f Mi ami Mrs, Seymour T i la uer • — TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, Cantor Morris Berger. I'n.i.i* 15 p in Sermon: v Social Order In a Btellclous FYamework.' Saturdaj ,( .> m Bar Mltsvan Sonny, son ..i Mi and Mrs, Larrj B TEMPLE BETH AM. 550 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. Prl laj : 10 p •• Personnel and children lath .Vi' .amp will be hon%  — • — i TEMPLE liTH EL OF HOLLYTIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. •—— TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabil Leo Heim. TEMPLE 2AM0RA. Conservative. Rabbi 44 Zamora ave. Herahel Brooks. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th sC Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: "A Month Before Saturda) :• a m Bar Mits%ali Bruce, son ..f Dr. and Mrs. William K Boros. YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. CANDLELIGHTING TIME 8 Qul —6:19 pan.



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Fcce 14-A *J*f%i*lh Hk-radl^r Friday. September 7, 1962 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MIN'DtIN Russian Novel Offers Problems Which Must be Licked AZEF. By Roman Goul. Translated from the Russian by Mirra Ginsburg. 330 pp. New York: DoubleJay. S4.9S. THE DIFFICULTY WITH the modern Russian novel is that it's more Russian than novel. 1 wish I knew whether to blame the language itself, or the troubles of translation, or some national peculiarity from which only Nabokov, writing in English, is immune Whatever the illness, the symptoms are clear: it reads like a documentary, a story of events in which the characters are incidental. It has movement without motivation, people without personalities, and relationships with reason The cumulative result reminds one of the genera] feeling about the Russian government today, in which the individual is subverted ;o the nationalistic aims: so in "Azef." in which the personal details of character and plot are completely subservient to the political story. In this book, this is an irony, because -Azef" is not about Communist Russia It is about the Socialist Revolutionary Party which grew rapidly in the early 1900's, and particularly about its terrorist arm. which dedicated itself to assassinating lead.' J members of the Tsarist regime, Azef was the head UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Israel Girds for Exciting General Assembly United Nations COME OF ISRAEL'S foremost ** diplomatic technicians a r e either here now. or will be on the way to the United Nations soon. By Tuesday, Sept. is, when the 17th session of the General Assembly opens, thej will be in thouseats, led b) then Foreign Minister. Mrs Colda Meir. Michael S. Comay, Israel's permanent representative at the United Nations, will be at the helm as elegation chairman in the absence of Mrs. Meir who is expected onl to stay for the full session. I Oder him will be four other full members of the delegation, five alternates, and a squadron of advisors, assistants, secretaries Some might ask. why so many? The answer is easy they are needed. There is much work ..head Mr Comay has boon in Israel twice in the last few months. At the Foreign Ministry '" Jerusalem and—beyond the Ministry—in the Cabinet, every possible issue that will or is likely to i rise at th year's Assembly has been examined. evaluated ml set down for action. Linehave been foreign News letter B y JOSHUA JUSTMAN The Tenth Anniversary Jerusalem IT is NO doubt both characteristic and significant that the central event in the celebration oi the loth anniversarj ol the Nasserisl regime in Egypt was the firing % %  four one-stage rockets For -i..\before the celebrationopened, the i >l press heralded the al news that "huge rocket.-" would splayed in the anniversarj parade. Indeed, it was inly tuld ii. which the Egyptian dictator could point ;oiprogress and achievement The soaring and menacing •'were t" cover up and counterbalance the soar -• • %  livii index coupled with the deteriorating nomic situation; to detract attention from the miser) .inch the Egyptian people -till find themselves despite the high sounding promises given them by the "Free i ifficers" 10 > et rs ago, Behind the facade of the war machine which Nasser built, there flows a life ot miserj that has changed very little over the past decade There Is vast unemployment, sickness and ignorance. In the villages and farms hundreds of thousands 'if children receive no schooling; Stead they are employed as cheap labor Thousands upon thousands of farm workers move into the town in -. %  arch lor better paid jobs—and find none; when they do', the pay iabout 30 cents a day of the million-odd workers in th< bigger towns, only about 25 per cent are organized in trade unions But strikeare outlawed, and al( the unionan Strictly watched by the police to in.ike %  they do nol get "too weir organized. The nationalization of the bigger enterprises and the confiscation ol properties which was to erase the "capitalist class' brought little relict to the masses, except that it un lermii ed the countr) economy and brought to a halt foreign investment The nationalized firms and arc nm by inexperienced members of the military junta A ho have also taken over the various ministries and, throu ;h their ineptness brought the cotton industry to the verge of disaster Thus there is verj little that Mr Nasser could displaj on the day of the 10th anniversarj of the revolution, 01 course, with one ption the rockets; the war machine. \l>-n\ there is progress Hen i took a gianl step Indeed, this W8J the field into which all his efforts have been directed the main goal for the achievement of which no price was too high and no sacrifice too great, Those who are engaged in wishful thinking fell easily prey to Nasser'E statements and declarations about relorms and lifting the standard of living of the Egyptian people. However, those who preferred a realistic appraisal of self-delusion, saw the vast amounts of war material pouring into Egypt from across the Iron Curtain countries to which Nasser had for years mortgaged the country's almost entire cotton crop. drawn, policies have been set. alternatives have been given due consideration, even unforeseen contingencies have been projected Israel is ready. .she should be At the very opening of the Assembly, a president of this world body must be elected. Who will he be? Balloting for the presidency isecret, and delegates don't tell in advance how they will vote The likeliest winner of that high honor should be Sir Zafrullah Khan, the bearded, turbaned. handsome permanent representative of Pakistan. The No. 2 candidate is Prof C. P. Malalsekera. of Ceylon. The lattter is eager for the job—he has been campaigning for it openly, a rare step here in this connection. Should he squeeze In, one must recall that his Prime Minister. MrSirimavo Bandaranaike, the widow who inherited the job left vac ant by her late husband's assassination, is openly anti-Israel, The good Ceyionese scholar himself, a gentleman walking these halls quietly in native costume, iprobably not anti anything But his Prime Minister heads lus Government—and he'd be responsible to her As for Sir Zafrullah. he is an old hand around lure, one might almo.-t call him a time-server liirecord in regard to Israel is char since awa) back in the early days of the Palestine Question and the Palestine Partition Resolution and the admission ot Israel and all the subsequent developments lie is an enemj o| Israel. Thus, in the Assembly presidency, there will be no improvement, as far as Israel is concerned over the last session's head. Mongi Slim, the Tunisian who snubbed Mrs. Meir That -nub came atop a nasty letter Mr. Slim had had the guts to write to Abba Khan a few years earlier, and alter an anti Israel statement made here by Tunisia;; President Habib Bourguiba Mr Slim could have repaired the fence lie chose to emphasize his anti-Israelism l>\ turning his back on Cold.i Meir But at that very time, hiaspired to the mantle left unworn l>> the tragic death of Dag Hammarsk jold. Shm'. act cost him much it was the Israel delegation, under the leadership of Golda Menand Michael Comay, that initiated the successful move to make U Than! Acting Secretary-General Mr Slim smarted The fact that this correspondent wi invited to have lunch with him did not alter the Slim record regarding Israel, nor did the fact that Ins official spokesman assured this correspondent that the Meir snub was not intentional But Israel's sizable and highly-proficieni delegation inot massing here for a fight against the president of the Assembl) As this department has pointed oul recently, there are verj serious issues concerning Israel on the agenda ol the nexl Assembly. Between You and Me: BORIS SM0LAR sts; he was a real person were i of the (.'her figures in the novel — Savink n i later became chiel of the War Ministry in the Kerensk) vernment. and later still, imprisoned b) the Bolsheviks; and Chernov, Sazonov, Burtsev, Gen. Gerasiniov, and others. But Azef was also an audit of the Tsar, a counter-revolutionary, who managed to betray many of his comrades, and thus lived in hiown terror that he would be discovered, From the true assassinations of Minister Von I'lohvo. perp. t rator of the infamous Kishinev pogrom which slaughtered thirtythousand Jews, and his "secret master.'' the Grand Duke Sergey Alexandrovich, Roman Goul has constructed his tale of intrigue and counter-intrigue. Incidentally, Azef was a Jew: "1 am a smalltown Jew." he says at one point, and continues, lying as easil) as he breathes, "Who is to make the revolution if no; I? I've seen much grief at the handif the Tsarist government." Rut for the reader, what should have been -:irring ..merely a mess, a pottage ol tin) confusi ol abbreviated scenes and of unfollowable transiti i Tinpassions ol the greal revolution arc losl in this book; they lurk somewhere behind the barm adi f ounters and events, assumed but unrevealed. It makea dull histor) lesson out of what should have been a flashing, meaningful hook. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ On Looking Backward RECEIVED A letter the other nay from Miss Nettie Cohen, of Los .\Qeles. New York, Jerusalem and Paris, the would probabl) disown the title but he has been a kind ot roving civil -orant tor Jewish causes. Back in the [ .ipsk) days, -he worked for the Zionist Irganization in New York Later she vorked in Jerusalem with Weizman Uiun me Joim Distribution Committee was trying to bring out the Jewish refugees duing the war. she worked with Dr Schwartz in Paris. But Nettie writes me not about her father She thinks there ought to be some organization to recall to memory the "unsung cornerstone layer-' of Zion she tells of her father, who more than a half century ago, abandoned hibusiness in America, to set up an enterprise of buildii g materials in Tel Aviv. The fact is there is just such an or_.uiiz.itio-: The Rrith Rishonim, counting among its members many of th' Zionisl veterans One oi the purposes oi the organi zation is to gather material about the eat > _m< Zionists I have before me a brochure b) Morris Mar lies on Prof, Richard Gottheil, the first t o. the Zionist Organization Ver> little has been written about Prof Gottheil; yet aMarguhes shows he was a ver) atti He was Pn Semiticat I At the tune of hiappointtment, he was in fa< I >a i %  he onl) Jewish professor and his appointmei I explainable by the facl thai al the time, Colum the largesl enrollment of Jewish -indent, of an) in iniversit) Woodrou Wilson was president ol Pri ton at the tune, and when someone from Columbia remarked nboul Princeton that it was rather full, Wi jokingi) remarked thai Princeton could hardl) %  I) ..Columbia for it iwritten in Sc: pti t he keeper of Israel neither slmbereth nor sleepeth z The fact that a distinguished porftessorol O I imbi i the leader of the Zionists gave Zionism prestige movement was in greal need oi that Most of the Zionistwere poor Russian .lewMany of them had |usl gotten a house big enough for the family and maybe it bad a veranda; should they give up the veranda and n be the rose bush in front to go to chaluzim in the N View of Anti-Semitism Among Negroes ANTI-SEMITISM among Negroes loomas an increasingly important problem for the Jewish community This warning iissued by Dr. Alfn • J Marrow, former chairman ol New York Cit) Com mission on Intergroup Relation-, in a i k published this week under the title "Changing Patternof Prejudici The author says that while lumping Jews with th.white ., at the same tune absorbed Gentile prejudices against them Ironical is the fact that the anti-Jewish feelings among Negroes has been a direct result of the greater willingness of Jews to trade with Negroes to rent or sell property to them, and to hire them Such feeling., are. according to the author, noticeable also in the North where Negro children are often taught by Jewish teachers, under Jewish principals many \cgtoo majority have Because the teaching is conducted in overcr ed and ill-equipped schools, it is the Jewish teacher that is usually blame.1 instead of the municipal n: Leaders >>f several prominent Jewish orizations have had informal talk.with liberal Negro leaders in an effort to find solution.to the "mounting feelings of anti-Semitism among Nero.the author reveals. However, he emphasizes that very little progress has been made. He would like to see more action in the direction of trans lating the trust and cooperation existing between Jewish and Negro leaders into better relation.among the rank and file of the two groups. He also thinks that anti-Jewish prejudice In tins country i> generally more wirespread and deeply ingrained than most of the American Jewish defense" organizations care to admit. He does not believe in Brotherhood Week in preachments because he considers them abeing of little effect %  J



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Friday, September 7, 1962 JbtfM fhwidUnn Page 7-A Goldberg Bench Appointment Hailed WASHINGTON (JTA) President Kennedy's appointment to the Supremo Court of Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg, succeeding Associate Supreme Court Justice Felix Franfurter. who has resigned due to ill-health, was widely hailed this week. Although the Goldberg nomination would reinforce the "liberal" wing of the Court, praise for Mr. Kennedy's choice came from both Democrats and Republicans. Senate Republican Lea ..or Everett Dirkson called Mr. Goldberg a ruan who "'measures up to every Standard required for a place on the Supremo Court." Many Democratic Senators lauded Mr. Goldberg's character, intelligence, and courage. The Washington Star said editorially that "Mr. Goldberg, as a member of the Court, will turn out to be a conservative in the true and meaningful sense of the word. For the benefit of those who may doubt this, we recall the dismay with which so many received the word of Justice Frankfurter's appointment back in 1939." The loading New York dailies were unanimous in lauding the up pointment The New York Times, which also paid tribute to ret ring Justice Folix Frankfurter, declared that "the appointment of Arthur J. Goldberg brings to the Supreme Court a strong believer in the necessity for expanding Government activities to meet the complex requirements of our industrial society. His record as Secretary Arthur H. Courshon (left), board chairman of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., presents a diploma to Jorge Guzman, of Santiago, one of five Chilean financial executives to complete a 10-day training course on savings and loan systems. The men are all managers of newly-opened associations in Chile. Washington Federal runs the school in I conjunction with the Agency for International Development i of the State Department. Buenos Aires Police Chief Confers With Top Leaders Have mart Business Meeting, %  anqust, or Special Occasion BL'E.N LIRES — (JTA)— Two lop leaders ol the DAIA, represenme bodj of Argentine Jewry el for !>ir n inutes this week with olice Captain Horai i i Green al e police official's invitation. Dr l ... Goldberg, DAIA presilent, and ir Alejandro Luttsky. Al.\ secretary, discusse I quagtons affecting the Jewish communy \i other information on the %  o-.teiit ol trie talks, which followd '"< fit rrests :n the outbursts anti-Semitic incidents in Argon ba. wj • %  leased. Two youths ere undei arrest >n charges of legal possession of firearms and Image to property. They admit_jd the> had fired Tuesday oven r .'t a tlie;,tor presenting a Jewplay. A third youth arrested the incident was released. I Captain Green told a press conference .'.151 June 2S that he oppos mti the action of the DAIA in calling a ct.rday protest strike of %  ewish -tores, factories, offices %  r-d schools on that day. The police official had been summonBd by President Guido, of Argen|ina, for o report on the incidents. Be told newsmen after the meetthat he had "exposed" to %  resident Guido "the risk repre(r.ted by the manner in which is Israelite organization presents things, together with the decision they took to take justice in their own hands, adopting measures of force." The throe arrested youths denied the) had any part in the wave of anti Semitic incidents in Buenos Aires, cr thai tncy were members i %  the neo-Nazi youth organization, Tacuara. Harrigue Castex was the yoi h who was release:. Luis N'oettinger and Julio Crotto were those hold. They were arrested in a stationwagon as they were firine a machinegun at a Jewish-owned tourist agency. Deep grief" over the recent anti-Semitic outbreaks in Uruguay has boon meanwhile expressed to Parband-Labor Zioinist Order in a •otter signed by Sr B Ochoteco, Charge d'Affaires In the Embassy of Uruguay in Washington. The Utter also contains assurances that the authorities in Uruguay are handling "promptly and properly" the attempt by "some anti-Jewish pi rsons to perpetuate crimes against our Jewish community." Ochoteco wrote in response to a communication sent to the Uruguayan Ambassador by Louis Segal, general secretary of Farband, a national Jewish fraternal organization, expressing concern over the recent anti-Jewish outbursts. of Labor has demonstrated the Beth David School astoni8hin s diversity of his talents. Enrollment Up The HeraldTribune linked Jus Mrs. Ben Kazer and Dr Herman Meyer, co-chairmen of Beth Da. vid's board of education, this week expressed their "gratitude" at the rate of enrollment for Beth David's religious school, "both at the main school and at its branch in South Dade." "It is anticipated that the at1 tendance this year will surpass all prior years." they said. Although school started this week, late registrants are still being accepted. What particularly pleased us." they said "is the enthusiastic reception given this year to our branch school. The enrollment has almost doubled over last year." Assisting in the work of the committee are Harold Borko. Mrs. Lillian Berns, Harry Cypon, Leonard Gordon. Mrs, Bernice Gottlieb, Eugene Heiman, Maurice Kellner, Mrs, Frances I.omaskin. Manuc Lubel, Mrs. Bess Marder, Fred lOssip, Michael Schachter, Lawrence Shorr. and Melvin Weinkle. lice Frankfurter's retirement witn Mr. Goldberg's appointment, declaring that the appointee's le d experience "is specialized if thorough. He will have much to learn but ho has, fortunately, a particularly illustrious model" in retiring Justice Frankfurter. The New York Times, in a profile on Mr. Goldberg, sai ; hi> father, an immigrant from Russia, worked aa peddler in Texas for a year and a half before moving on to Chicago. There he acquired a horse ;:t.il wagon and started a small business carting fruits and vegetables. Secretary Goldberg, the Times emphasized, obcrves the Jewish holidays. The Chicago rabbi who married him and Dorothy Kurgans is a guest at the Goldberg home whenever he comes to Washington. \!r Goldberg graduated from Northwestern University Law School at the top of his class You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Ruboiyat Rooms, be H for %  wedding or a private party a Cantor Steiner At Beth Sholem Cantor Ernest Steiner will be I affiliated with Temple Beth Sho' lem of Hollywood, Fla.. for the coming year, according to an ani nouncement by Douglas Kaplan, 'president of the congregation. Kabbi Samuel H. Mendelowitz is spiritual leader of the Temple. A native of Vienna. Austria. I Cantor Steiner received his education in schools there, and con< turned his studies in England and | New York, studying voice and liturgy with Cantor Alvin Schraeter. of Brooklyn, and Cantor Arthur Koret. of Hartford. Conn. He was formerly affiliated with Ohob Zedeek Synagogue. PottSville. 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Friday, September 7, 1932 V'Jewist fhriafiar Page 7-B B ACK-TO-SCHOOL :the time for shopping for net clothes %  .:< ; for most i;e groups, %  styles and range <>f choice are ied and easilj accessible. It ic mothi r oi the young tei n, r who has the most problems. .in-between J^" is one %  re your daughter i^ no longlittle girl, nor is she quite j for the sophistic n I ward• of th< laughter entering collier aye is onlj one part :he pre: Urn; her size is usual• otlu r. Too small for one p, and ;(•() big for the other. becomes a situation where sh : n and • re hm • -pi aking to m iny oi you have young teen-agers, we i iht majority of women pre to bu> separates I r their tghters. Mrs Arnold Rogan me who voiced this preference, mg with the feeling that she -nt liki unbelted dresses. The se silhouette does nothing eon ictivi for the young figure, she I, and it the dress : ills to inv ive he: daughter's appearance, :' -houUI not be worn. kJRS. i;>rt Kurland was quite %  pleased with what is being -i >.vn this season. With the national emphasis in schools on n atness, many designers are I icking thtblouses back in This year's shirt is the "tuck in" shirt in •boy-look" cottons For these tailored tops, the trim is with wide belts. This is not to say a few ruffles are not in style; but the emphasis is on simple lines. A fashion point of interest is the monogram touch. In the junior highs, monograms will appear on shirt and shirt pockets; on the sleeve of the "lean-look." no-butt )ti jacket.-; and most important of all, on the ascots of blouses, i Mrs. Jack Glasson likes her •'aughter to mix her separatesmadras blouses with solid color ascot blou.-cs with plaid il" S i also a Ided a word aboul light-colored lipstick and sensible hair style for this age group, being quite definite in her opinion thai bouffant coiffures do no) belong in the classroom. This same opinion, incidentally, has also been voiced by the administration of ihe University ol Miami The tailored shirl waist in dark plaids is one of the preferred "back-to-school" styles recommended by Mrs. William Shapiro, The wrap-around skirt, which is regaining popularity, is -. gested by Mrs. Robi rt Goldstein for the youngster who is quite slim. Hips that aren'l too rounded, and waists that mil-! shrink, seem to look well m this ,kirt silhouette • • • A compromise on hair styles ** was the choice of Mrs. Willaid Wohlgelmuth. The extreme ll.it styles and very short hair are rot her favorites tor the youngsters. She also prefers separates, adding that every girl should be well-groomed at all times. Mrs. Fred Stone doesn't care for the printed shifts being -Mown in the local stores, especially if worn without the belt, but she > does like the transitional print cresses, while at the same time continuing against skirts that are too short—especially for chubby girls. Separates are her recommendation because girls get more wear out of them, the laundry is less, and they are always smartlooking. Beach Hadassah Units Launch Season; Will Send Delegates to Convention MRS. SHELDON BERiV.AH Nassau Trip For Bermans Mary Ann Alderm u e the bride of Sheldon M. Berman >i Sunday. Aug. 26. at Congn Yehudah Moshe with Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz officiating. Following a reception and dinner at the Temple, the newlyweds lift for a honeymoon in Nassau, On their return, they will live on North Miami Beach The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sydney K. Alderman, 12405 NW 13th ave., formerly of Farmington, Conn Now a dental assistant, she is a graduate of .North Miami High and Dade Junior College, and belongs to the Miami chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berman. 16200 NE 8th ct.. North Miami Beach, formerly of Chicago. 111. He attended Roosevelt College and the University of Miami, and served in the U. S. Air Force. He is at present employed by the North Miami Beach Water Company. A group of 25 women, headed by Miss Lillian Goodman, president of the Miami Beach chapter I of Hadassah. and the presidents and delegates of the chapter's 14 1 groups will leave for the 48th national convention of Hadassah in Pittsburgh, Pa., from Sept. 16 to 19. Coming from Israel to address the convention will be Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister Locally, the Miami Beach chapter, with a membership of 4.50U. will sponsor a "Gay Nineties" extravaganza to raise funds for equipment for the new HadassahHebrew University Hospital in Jerusalem. Opening meetings of the gi ith spi cial programs a "• r I le business agendas, are as Brardeis, Monday. 11:30 am. Fontainebleau hotel. Guest peaki r, Mrs. Edith i lei r. Herzi Mondaj n i al the Eden Hoc hotel. A dramatic reading by Mrs. Alic KM at Israeli, M< :.dav noon, at the Al jii r hoti I Gel ting Acq lainted" and community singing. Emma Lazarus, Monday noon, at the Washingti n Federal bldg. Guest speaker. Burnett M. Roth, in "Israel — It's Place in Current World Events Har.na Senesch, Monday noon, at the Eden Roc hotel. Special program, skit. "'Doubt and Doubters." followed by a musical program by Ronnie Leonard. Consul Dover Will Be on Cruise Zeev Dover. Consul of Israel for the Southeastern United States, will be among the guests aboard the SS Jerusalem on its Shalom Cruise through the Caribbean from Nov. 8 to 20. Announcement that Consul and Mrs Dover will be aboard the Zim NO MORE MED-FLY SPRAY IN DADE CO. TAKE YOUR CAR NOW TO SAM TENDLER'S SIMONIZ AND CAR WAXING STATION 13th ST. A N.E. 2nd AVE. 0>onl Start Cti uith Home for Aged. Pittsliurxh 7060 S.W. 8th ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA CA 6-1363



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if te %  0 (/ ovnan v ItU/ by ISABEL GROVE 3E ippy gathering of the clan for the Friedmi >ylvia, and their three children Joined two i f Sylvia sis ho :• ai atii nin with their i Diplomat x I s and I ir three of Washington. D C and the Ted ns and their four, of Columbia, S.C .', week lai %  was enlarged when Sylvia's brother, Henry Stern, arrived his wife and three offspring from Columbia Anotl • r : and her family, localites Mr and Mrs. Martin Samuels, and y,. four, plus Sylvia's father and his wife, Mr. and Mrs G. Stern leased the size of the group When more relatives, Mr. and i, Ben Stern and family, of Columbia, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph bmon and their four put in an appearance, the event took on the RCtf of a convention Meanwhile, back at the homestead, the two Friedman sons re preparing to leave for college Kenneth starting at the hersity of South Carolina. Honald returning to the University North Carolina for his junior year Taking it all in stride, herself a government and art major at the University of Dm. where shell receive her degree in February. • full house for the S. M. Garfunkles, of 8951 Abbott ave., with daughters returning with news of their busy summer activities IWally Jean, now a senior at Miami Beach High, spent six weeks )hio State University, concentrating on speech and the modern let Dava Louise toured eight countries in Europe, deciding Paris was the "most Here from Sherman Oaks, Calif., [a month, eldest daughter and husband. Lynn and Mike Schuster. twins Alan and Sterfi Paternal grandparents are the F. Bisters nf Surfside and Bay Harbor Still another daughter, ets and her husband. Monte Friedkin. who will be living in KeyBe Point, Youngstown. O.. with six-month old daughter. Mindi. (ring host for the family reunion 1921 S\V 18th ave a real beehive of activity these days IC of the Andrew Mandela and family, son Robert just returned ROTC training at Ft. Benning, Ga. ... In February, he'll luate from the University of Miami with a major in accounting an Army commission An honor student at Miami Senior and Dade County Junior College, lovely blonde daughter ia will study dental hygiene at Temple University this fall |ting ready to leave a little early so he can spend a few weeks lew York visiting relatives, seeing the Broadway shows and of rse shopping for those wonderful college clothes Former Greater Miami residents. Martin and Betty Schatfel. peats for the past two years of Los Angeles, vacationing here their two children. David and Mark Staying at the homes [Mrs. Lillian Schaffel and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Weinim A two-year t< i r with the Air Force in England over for Dr. Jron Couiton Son of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Nathan Coulton, 2775 SW ive., he will now practice his dentistry in the South Miami Pea young people whose choice of college also Involved a g< of climate shopping for the kind of heavy woolen clothes never needed bere Freddie Kaye, son of Ellen and Leon ^^< ing to Cambridgi .tumor College in Massachusetts i h local friends won't be too far away at Boston UniverDavid Hecht, .-on "I Florence and Isadora Hecht, a sopho fe now \',t\.. Weiss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiss. Mike Fleming, son of Dr and Mrs. Richard M Fleming, start at the bottom. • • While in Canada. Edward and Terry Newman were guests ol fc St Onge. City Commissioner of Grand Mere, who flew them Bis prhate plane to the Laurentian Hunting and Fishing Club in [In for a week The Newmans anJ three-month-old Susan been visiting Terry's relatives in Shawinigan Falls Before Drning home they made stops in Boston and New York I A lazy week of rest and relaxation in the waters around Florida Harvey and Jean Fleischman on their boat "Quartet" The cr two members of the crew for whom the boat was named. |] ; rily absent Son Robert at Nellis AFB in Nevada. Richin Cleveland. Ga., with Southeast Federation of Temple tth Tw.. week holiday for Mrs Harry Linsky and daughter. Patty p.: • of Bay Harbor Islands There for the grand opening ol Captain's Table." restaurant designed by the man of the house, visiting MrL's mother. Mrs Sadie Heifetz, and two rs. Mrs. Archie Raite and Mrs. Benjamin Neiman beautiful mementos of their 35-day European-Orient 1 now ( the Crystal House apartment of Mr. and Mrs. The Wolfs visited Norwav, German} France and %  well as thi Far East, and even made a stopover in • ed MM arl museums in Moscow and brought alalaikas for tl ir gi andchildren. • to wastt a minut< Mrs. Rhea Cashman Gladwin, of r: • currently recuperating from surgery in Philadelphia, p' er conva e'scencc ti meet and exchange ideas with fellow board lumbers .! the Women's division of the Amor l ill lei i Hebrew University, whom she met at the national ti : h< re last y< ar loth ihi director am ent of the Bikur Cholim Kosh i I] '>(. tef Mil : a few weeks out of tile city |t i rmer Mrs Vicl ria l Roe vacationing in the mountaii > k the latter, Mrs Joseph Reiser, and husband visiting | • lathes in Baltimore. Md. trout fishing and golfing "just great" for Peg and Les Simnds who are in the Great Smoky Mountains : from the Mediterranean. Sam and Mac Rivkind are tincfL iht Sunlane Route to Europe "unbelievab j beautiful" Ruth an 1 Charlie Jecobson back from a week in Nassau, where ed to store up enough energy to se< them through the hectic 1 r season coming along ... .m Kraff enjoying tvery minute of her visit to Israel So been to Tt 1 Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa. a • its Laik to photographs oi their two curly hea led granddaught• Kutl and Ben Zion Gin.sburg Aviva and Ranana. one I i respect vely, house guests for three weeks with their parBarbara (nee Ginsburg and Rabbi Jack M Rosoff The 1 now home in the north, where Rabbi Rosoff is spiritual pder of Beth Emeth in Larchmont ... Fourteen-year-oid Linda Hauman's mementos from her first Camp Bell* Aire Tenn are a hillbilly accent, athletic and awards, membership in the secret honor society, but tant, prowess in water skiing "jusl like Jackie Kennedy Daughter of Florence and Harry Ha.isman. of North Kay rd.. i' tty deb is now in the ninth grade at Nautilus Junior High I ach at Westbrooke Country Club for last Saturday's midnight d bniakfasl danct wen the Irving Perlmans, who had been Mexico with daughter Natalie, and the David Steinbergs 1 ry Shapiro, who with their families had sojourned in i; tw Orleans Uewisli Floridian Miami, Fiorida, Friday, September 7. 1962 te:tjcr. z Standing (lefl to right) are Mrs. Walter Falk and Mrs. Richard Herold. Seated is Mrs. Louis Seitlin, president of Beth David Sisterhood, which will hold its annual "Shipwreck Party" on Sept. 15. 8:30 p.m., at Beth David. Midnight supper will be served. Mrs. Falk and Mrs. Joseph Nurenberg are co-chairmen oi the event. Music will be by Al Schor and his orchestic. Technion Women Spearhead Drive Greater Miami women are spearheading a drive for new memners for the American Technion Society. MrPhilip Thau, presidsnt of the Greater Miami Women's Division, announced that all of Dade county will be am assed for women who wish t" i ssui students an apportunity for advanced education ::. science and engineering. At a board of directors meeting held Friday. Mrs. Norman C. Hill was named membership chairman for the City of Miami; Mrs. Morton Fellman, South Miami; Mrs. Abram I: Anthony, Bay Harbor; Mrs. Rose C. Abrams Coral Gables; Mrs. Alexander Bearman, North Miami; and Mesdames Louis C. Kohn and Trachtenberg, co-chairmen of Mi rton Towers, Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag. vice i i .dent, is overall membership chairman. We have over 3(H) active mem bers in the Greater Miami Women's chapter, and hope to double this total." said Mrs Thau. "Throughout the United States women's chapters like ours invite members, tthrough their dues, to help Students by providing faculty and tuition costs, books, scientific equipment, and all other expenses necessary to the successful functioning of Technion and its students," sin added. "Israel's continued development — its very existence — is firmly tied to the technical skills of its citizens." Under the count) ^ra plan, the chapter will sponsor ttas and luncheers at homes and in c< "• ;• located public buildings, where speakers and films will bring the Tethnion story to the new members. First general meeting is H lied rle.i for October 19 at noon. Sinai School Graduates Nurses Graduation exerci es ol the Mt. Sinai Hospital School ol Nursing were held Aug. 29. in Wolfson Auditorium. The 37 graduates became the 11th class to COmpli ti a course of practical nursing since tin -chool was founded in 1951. Nationally and state accredited, the school, under th< aegis and sponsorship of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai, maintains a faculty of six teachers and one associate director, w.th Mrs. Carmen Ross, director of the Hospital Department of Nursing, in charge. Ceremonies for the year's class included a program by the school glee club, the processional of faculty, alumni, and students, and a color guard ceremony. Presiding over the evening's formalities was Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz. chairman of the school advisory committee for the Auxiliary, and J. Gerald Lewis, president of the hospital. Greetings were extended by Samuel Gertner. executive director, and the presentation of diplomas and pins was made by Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Roberta Holloway, associate director of the schorl. Graduation address was given by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, noted attorney and civic leader, and a member of the Dade County Board of Education, who spoke on "The Nurse as a Community Leader." The following awards were presented to outstanding students: Women's Auxiliary Award, presented by Mrs A. Herbert Mathes, president of the Auxiliary, to Mrs. Martha Jernigan. "best all around graduate;" Faculty Award, by Mrs Holloway to Miss Inga Dedy for "the most exemplary conduct ar.d leadership;" Alumni Award. presented by Candido Otero to Miss Dorothy Dietz for "personal and vocational leadership;" the three Medical Advisory Board Awards, presented by Dr. Jesse O. Halpem to Mrs. Mary Kasper for medical nursing, to Mrs. Helen Brodkey for surgical nursing, and to Miss Carole Hints for maternal and child care nursing; and a new award, the Achievement Award. I > Mrs Ross to Miss Myrna I.efkowitz. E. Albert Pallot (left). Miami Beach civic leader end banking executive, is shown with his bride, the former Mrs. Hermine Borcx, of New York City, and Gail end Jack Sandier preparatory lo their flight to Lisbon. The two couples left last week en a safari that will take them completely around the continent of Africa, a distance of 25.00C miles, equal to a trip cround the world. A group c' fi.er.es and immediate family wished the quartet bon voyace ai : ktail party ust before lcke-oH.



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Friday, September 7, 1962 Jen ist Meridian Page 9-B pw-~"-' ^m Steven Posner Barton Ross Rono/d Sox Robert Bass Juilan Segal J$ar ^Atitzvalt As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free. *crthe asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. Requests should be addressed to Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name cf the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony, nome address and telephone number. The corsage will be -crwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the occasion. Judah Segal Frth David will be the site of tht Bar Mitzvah of Judah Leon. -en of Mr and Mrs. Bernard Seta!, on Saturday morning. Sept. 8, with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiating. An eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High. Judah is interested in electronics and model airplanes. Rabbis Meet To Open New Year's Program Initial executive meeting of the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami under its new administration was held last week at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Solomon Schiff. For the first time, the meeting was attended by the spiritual lead,*crs and their wives. Rabbi David Shapiro, president. -i: the theme for the coming year's deliberations by declaring, "In se troubled times when the threat of nuclear annihilation hangs : mankind as a dark and dismal id, man must look to religion its teachings it he Is to sur%  lans formulated Include stres: education on all levels; Ind efforts in bringing educaand understanding to the comthrough radio, television the newspapers; and the furMr ol cultural exchanges at association's general meetings This will be achieved by memt-ers cil' the group as they present le< tures and papers, and by inviting iutstanding guests from the local and tourist population to lecture ai ci conduct discussions," Rabbi ro explained. Executive officers in addition to Rabbi Shapiro are Rabbi Schilf. vice president; Rabbi Morris Graft. treasurer; Rabbi Max Lipschitz, I lary; Rabbi Morton Malavsky. past president; and Rabbi Alfred Waxman, executive vice president. His parents will host the Kiddush in his honor following services. Steven Posner The Bar Mitzvah of Steven Mar tin Posner. 555 Lakeview dr.. will be celebrated Saturday morning. Sept. 8. at Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate. An eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High, where he is a member of the science club. Steven is an outstanding golfer and belongs to the Bayshore Golf Club. The celebrant will be honored at a reception Saturday evening at the Fontaineblcau hotel. • Robert Bass Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bass, during services at Temple Ner Tamid on Saturday. Sept. 8. with Cantor Saul Breeh rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. An eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High, the celebrant will be honored at a Kiddush in Sklar Auditorium following the ceremony. Bruce Boros Bar Mitzvah ol Bruce Boros will be observed on Saturday morning, Sept 8, at Congregation Ye hudah Moshe. with Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz officiating. Bruce is an eighth grade student at North Miami Junior High and has attended Popiel religious school since entering the first grade. Dr. and Mrs William K. Boros. parents ot the celebrant, were among the founders of the Temple, and have served as vice president ill the congregation and Sisterhood, respectively. The liar Mitzvah will be honored at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening and the Kiddush following the ceremony. Curtis Bernstein On Saturday morning. Sept. 8. Rabbi Solomon Schiff will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Curtis Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bern stein. 1793 SW 18th ave., at Congregation Beth El. Curtis is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High and attends the congregation's religious school. His hobby is model airplanes • Ronald Sax Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Ronald, son of Mrs. Ruth Sax. on Saturday morning, Sept. 8. at Temple Kmanu-EI. An eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High, the celebrant is interested in science, bowling, ice skating and fishing. i A reception in his honor will be held on Saturday evening at the Castaways motel. Barton Ross Barton, son of Robert Ross. 2135 Normandy dr., will observe his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Sept. 8. at Temple Ner Tamid. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High, and attends the Temple's religious school. Mark Ackerman Saturday morning services on Sept. 8 at Temple Judea will include the Bar Mitzvah of Mark Jay Ackerman, with Rabbi Mordeeai Podet officiating. An eighth made student at Shen\ andoah Junior High, here he plays trumpet in the band, the celebrant also attends the Temple's religious school. Mr. and Mrs Mae Ackerman, 1S>21 Coral Gate dr.. will hist the Kiddush following the ceremony In their son's honor Rabbi Lehrman Slates Sermon Dr. Irving Lehrman, who was a special guest at the ordination here of a Cuban refugee, with Francis Cardinal Spellman presiding, will speak on "A Refugee Priest is Ordained and America Speaks Again" at services in Temple Emanu-EI on Saturday morning. !) a.m. Rabbi Lehrman's sermon will be based on a discussion of "the heroic leadership religion must assume in a world which is threatened by bloody dictatorships and Godless Communism." TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 11527 South Dixie Highway "Tomorrows Judaism Today" Miami, Florida Reconsfrucfionist Ideology Herman K. Gottlieb Cantor HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES 5723 Beginning FRIDAY, SEPT. 28th, 745 P.M. at the Air-conditioned CUTLER RIDGl COMMUNITY CENTER 20239 South Dixie Highway SLICHOT SERVICE SATURDAY, SEPT. 22nd, at 11 P.M. Suniland Hall, 11539 So. Dixie Highway 18 VOICE TEMPLE CHOIR RESERVATIONS and TICKETS: TEEN HOUSE, 34 Miracle Mile, HI 5-1711 TEMPLE OFFICE, 11527 So. Dixie Highway CE 5-0364 CE 5-0372 Morris A. Skop Rabbi Sabbath Services: Fridays at 8:15 P.M. Saturdays at 10:30 A.M. Suniland Hall. TEMPLE EMANU-EL ANNOUNCES The opening of its Religious School for the 1962-63 season REGISTRATION NOW IN PROGRESS FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS • KINDERGARTEN DAHY RELIGIOUS SCHOOL EOUNDATION SCHOOL SUNDAY SCHOOL CONFIRMATON PROGRAM CLASSES ARE HELD IN BOTH BUILDINGS 1701 Washington Avenue 77th St. & Dickens Avenue for Information call J£ 8-2503 DR. IRVING LEHRMAN Robbi MORRIS TARASOW Id. Director Temple Adath Yeshurun 1025 N.E. MIAMI GARDENS DRIVE NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi TEMPIE ADATH YESHURUN is located in the garden spot ot Mortfi Miami Beach. SEATS FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS AVAILABLE TO NON-MEMBERS. CALL Wl 7-2400 or Wl 7-0130 SERVICES: Daily 7:15 a.m.; Friday Night 8:30; Saturday 9 a.m. EDUCATION: Youth — Nursery through Confirmation Adult — Men and Women Classes Sisterhood, Men's Club, USY, Teen-age Sunday Morning Worship and Breakfast. JOIN US AND WORSHIP WITH US ON THE HIGH HOLIDAYS. FOR INFORMATION CALL Wl 7-2400 Charles Rosenberg, President Max M. Meyors, Chairman of the Board Jock Schoenfeld, Chairman ol Religious Committee AIR-CONDITIONED SANCTUARY OF TEMPLE NER TAMID %  ETERNAL LIGHT Temple Ner Tamid (Conservative) INVITES YOU TO BECOME A MEMBER AND ENJOY THE HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES IN THE BEAUTIFUL, AIR-CONDITIONED MAIN SANCTUARY RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ AND CANTOR SAUL H. 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May, September 7, 1962 Jbftfofc Mrrnrlinr Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW H : %  | '.V GIVEN thai : | n [ mil • : i ill ,•i (JI'E FOR l.l'l. VNGELS VNGELKjl'K il 324H \ W I M ml, Fin Inli I %  wild .1 with iIi %  %  % %  ..ili ..r i• ide i \ RTII I'R K VRI IS • WrtHerAI.il man Vrthlll K-.rii Rd., M II B IT 24-31 •• ; THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 37324 B DtK Estate ..f 1111.11' MADES %  )TICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE % PL CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE Pli'E la hereb) given thai w. filed ii final Report and Pet Ii,.r Distribution and Final hi-. %  ge as Executors of the estate ol li.ip MADES, deceased and that III"17th day of September, 1962, apply to Hi,Honorable County ,s i.f Dade County, Florida, for ival "f an Id Final Report and for |rii,uii,iii and final discharge as itom • %  < the • mate of the above %  I decedent. This 13th das of |u*t, I'-'.' SAMIF.I. MADHS JACOB MA DEB SKY Mi UK I SIMON ION", HAYS* Gltl'NDWERG pi m j c I v %  ej Building p rlda I 17-24-31.9 7 rMmtU BY HENRY LrCVAffD THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND ^OR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. (2C 8677 IND 7. C< >RP( IRATION, n Florida I 'ii. P.nlntlff, ptlllS II l< W.LI SON MoRTl IN I.IA I N ind in ISE.M \ RIE V. IVIN I', •• ndantii NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IT TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE Mi iRTCi.N S LEVIN .i id ItoSEMARIE V LEVIN S Kingston Avenue 1 'In, 'L-.I ly, lllln F' \RE HEREBY NOTIFIED that mplnlnt to Foreclose H rerti in I %  on the following described ppi rtj situate In i >ade I 'ount) II Ida to-w ii |-'i 16, and Ihe W % %  < l...i IT. Block SEVENTH AVENCE I'ARK, < %  <•' rdlng t" the Plat th< reot fc %  ••' |y Florida, in filed against you, nnd you required i" serve %  copy ,.f your %  w.i or Pleading to the Complaint [the plalnilff'a attorney, LEON A TEIN, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami %  eh, Kl la, and file the original %  Twer "r Pleading in th.offl f lerk of the Circuit Coui t, on "ithe 17ih da) ..f September, If you fall t.. dt> BO, judgment default win he taken against yi.u tlitrelief demanded in the Comlini Tins NOTICE Hhajl be published each ofeek for foui consecutive ,in THE JEWISH r'l.OKIDIAN >NE AND ORDERED at Miami. Ida, this nth da) "f August, 1961 1: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk Court, Dad, Colintv, Florida B) HELEN KESSLER Di put) Clerk 1 17-14-11,9 : LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai %  v %  %  '• %  •111 -inder 1 Ii, fiel il lous of M VC HENRY X N.W Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to me u II h the 'Ii il!" Clri • .' Dade Countv, I loi Ida OWNER, FMUtlDIAN II A I.I. PINTS I.M A Fli ridii 1 '"i |nira I Ion >••> DAVID LE\ I.VE, Mtorni 1 • : "Two plus two-God willing-makes four.' CoDf. 1962, Daynw ProductionLEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 56759-B IRE I .-. BTT \ KRESI.AW Iv. ..,-,,1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS I .editors nnd All Persons Havclaims r Demand* Against Said 11, hi 1. b) notified .111,1 1 .-d i" pii •• m ., n% lalms md deal* hii Ii you ma) have against if ETTA KRESI.AW de' Hi ol Dade Count), Florida, I I • Judges "I I lade Coun and fill Ihe -am.in duplii Hi %  i idi ,l in s., tmn ; uiles. in Hi, 11 %  •fli, es in 1 '"III I I -. %  III I lad* I da, u ithln -i> 1 1I1 ndat the lime id id. first 1 m hereof, or the name ill .1 1 • Miami, Florida, this ISth \ D 19(3 FltEDRIC B Mil.I.Kit Is I !\, 111. r''' in,. 11 ,,( this noli n "f August, Ri 1H IN SI >N \WEISSEL fr Exei utor Dade Federal Bldg 1 1 17-24 31, '• 7 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF 1 FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C-66S7 ANITA NEWT< >N, Plaintiff, \ > ri'W ARD s NEWTON a Inn known -is HOWARD S SAMIKI.S XEVt l\N md FIRST FEDERAL SAVINCS i .. IAN vSSN 1 'IMIAMI. 1 'efendants SUIT FOR SUPPORT A MAINTtNANCE AND UNCONNECTED WITH DIVOFCE Tl 1 El 'WARI • S. N'EWTI i.N c ii 1 leoi ge Street 1 'restwlch, Man, hest< 1. England You Edward S, Newton, ..I— knowi) [as IM w.i nl s Samuels Newton are hereb) notified that .. liiii ,.1 Complaint fol Supimrt ,v Maintenance ,v I'nconnected with Divorce nan been filed against you, and you aie required i. serve .1 cop) >.f >,..i! Answei or Pleading to the lull "f Complalnl on the Plaintiff's attorney, Abe Schonfeld, 12(1 1.in, ,,|II Road, Miami Reach, Hlor;da and file the original Answi 1 • %  Pleading In the "(fi. I th< Clerk of the Clrcull Coun "ii >i betore the 24th da) %  •! September, 19(2, If you fall t.. do M". judg in b) default will he taken aKainsI you i"t the n Itel demanded ID thiBill of Complalnl Tinnotice shall be published unci each week foi foui consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN. lx >NK AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this ITlh day of August, A |i 1H62 E 11 LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit court. Dade County, FI la li> : DONAL4J TAUTENHAN (seal) Depiii\ i.'lerk AUK BCHONFELD 120 Lincoln it.,ad Miami Beach, Florida attorney f..r I'laintiif -'i-:;i. 9 7-14 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File A A-20805 NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN thai V. imeat %  I1..I1I. r of Clt) of Miami l.ii n Sal< Certlfii ate So jiM -u 1 ilie 8th da) nf June, A.D. II has Hi tl -.. in. in ni) office, and has made atii n foi tax det .1 tn he 1--11. -d there) n. .Naiil Certificate emhraci 1 hi follnM 111 _r deBci Ibed proper!) in the Count) of Dade, State of Ilor Ida, to-wlt I ."i -'•> I'-!... k ;.i l..-.-s \v 2 RI Northwest .-. \.niii Avenue Addition I',ai Book I 'age 36, in 1 he I 'it\ ..f Miami, Count) .,f Dade, State of I,"i .i.i The assessment nl nald proper!) under the -aid certificate was in the name ••(. Hiram Culmei I'nless naiil ertiflcate shall !"• redeemed a. "i-.liim !,. law, the propert) described herein "ill be sold t., Hi.highest bidder at the Court House %  i""i "ii the first Monda) In the month "i 11,I..:.. 1. 1962, which is the ;.-t da) "t ictobi r, 1962 l'at.,1 this 22nd da; of August, 1962 K Ii LEATHERMAN, Clerk ol Clrcull Court, I tide Comity, Florida (seal) n* R M LEEPER, Deput) Clerk ^ 34-81, % %  7-1 I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. iN CHANCERY No. 62C 5758 THE BROOKLYN SAVINUS BANK Plaintiff, vs. HARl >LD SAR'iENT Bt >Ci 111:1: 1 ROSEMARIE Bol'l'HER, hiwlfi and Lulls DICKMA.N and MIUI \ \l DICKMAN, his wife, I 'efendants, NOTICE OF SUIT TO: LOUIS DICKMAN and MIRIAM DICKMAN, hi.xvii,29(5 A venue / Brookl) n 35, New Y01 k You are hereby notified thai the above captioned action hag been Instituted against >,.ii in the Circuit Court of the ELEVENTH Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for DADr Count) t" foreclosi a mortgage upon ih. following described real property: Ij.t is. Block 41, FIRST ADDITION TO MYRTLE (1ROVE, according tu Ihe I'lat thereof, recorded In Plat Book ",7 .it Page ..i the Public Records "t had.County, Florida, together with Q 1:. Washing Machine, Model 851-1.1, n.E. Refrigerator Model LH 92 I.I:. •; E Range, Model .1861 SL, Venetian Blinds, Washing Mai nine I train. I You are required tn file your anI swer t,< plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk "i ihe aforesaid Court, anil serve .. cop) thereof upon plaintiff's attorne) MARTIN FINE, 1 Ith Mnor Dade Federal Bldg., Miami :::. Florida 11..1 later than Sepli mbei 21, I >62 1 .1 iH-cree Pro Confesso will be enter* • •.I against you. Dated August 20, 1962, B, H I.I-: VTHERM W". Clerk ,.f 1 he < ircull 1 'ourl iseal) B) II BLEN K ESSLER Deput) Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorney r,.tPlaintiff Ith Fluid I '"!• Fi til IH Bldg, Miami ::*_', hlodida 24-31, 9 7-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *• Jew eslf: KhrScBiaiin solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Uinl II. 3-4005 for messenger service NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In liusiness 1111.1.1 the fictitious name .f RAB DAVID at 5140 East l"th St., Hlaleah, Kla.. Intend! to register said name nh the clerk of tinCircuit Court of Dad. County. Florida. HY l.i:VINE MAX QOI.DFARB Attorney for Hy I-evine 8/31, 9/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni >Tli K is HEREBY 1 I IVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t" engagi %  %  liusiness under the fictitious nam< "t I'KnY APARTMENTS .it '."1" ""llitiAvenue, .Miami Beach intends to reg1,1 name wll h the .let k >f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida LEONARD ISRAEL K"i ner fi Mannhelmer Attorne) .i.r Tro) A pat Intents S 24-21, 9 7-14 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 8995 MAIER BATSMAN, Plaintiff, \ MILDRED TELLY I.MSMAN. 1 lefendant, TO: MILDRED TELLY BAUSMAN No. 7 1 'ottage Lane I'pper Saddle River, New Jersey You, MILDRED TELLY BAUSMAN, are hereb) notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a cop) • inawer or Pleading to tinBill "t Complalnl on the Plaintiff's attorney, ANOELO A ALL h I Am-:. Building. Miami :•.•.'. Florida and file th i glnal Answer or Pleading in il ffice of the Clerk %  !' the 1 "ireuil Coii 1 "ii •• befon • %  L'ltli day of September, 19(2. If you fail i" d" -". Judgment b) default will be laaen against you for the n Del di ii ..'i Ii In 1 "• Rill of '"iiiplalnt. This notiie shall lie published once each week for foui onsecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE \M' ORDERED .11 Ml intl, I • .'I.i. this 17th di %  Von;-' \ I 1. 11 E l: I.I'AIII BRMAN, Clerk, Circuit C rl Dade 1 'ount) Florida I:. C 1 • il'KI. AND Deput) 1'lerk ANI;I:I.I 1 A A i.i inn Am. 1. Bulldli R Miami ill'. Fiorldn Attorne) foi Plaintiff • 24-21, :• T-14 NOTICE UNDER P'CTITIOUS NAME LAW %  IS HEREBY (JIVEN thai 'i' 1 desiring t-. engage In • •under the fictitious name of %  \~v Kin STTPK a 1 p.O Box N'Tth Miami Ri a. I. 62, Florida J rlster ild name with the [ IK "i ti„. circuit Court ol l>ade mt>, Florida WILLIAM Cl d.l-: i.ARRY FROHMAN IX "VITZ. SILVER *. Si'lHOR '' %  foi Apulieants Alnali v Huii.iiim Florida B 17 :: I 11, 9 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITiOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned, ueslring t" engage In business under the fictitious name "I HOT IKX! HOLIDAY .11 Sun,.'7". = rj" Lincoln ltd, Miami Beach, lla intend to reglater -aid num.with the ii 1 „ ..f ih. 1 ii. mi 1 •..in : • %  : 1 >ade 1 'ount). Florida PHILLIP CRAY ROBERT RANTBORD I'ALIANOFF, WALLER ,vI.II'MAN \: i..i ii. \ H foi I 'hllllp 1 Ira) and Roliert Rant Lord K.'24-31. 9 7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe nnd. rslgn B II Ing In eiiga liuslnesv undei thi fir-tit '"'is name <>f SHENKMAN INSURANCE VOENCY 144(1 s W %  "• ii I Street M %  Florida Intends i" register -.ii.l nairn ith the Clerk "t the 1 in nil <' 1 i| 1 lade 1 'ounty, Klot Ida C.ERAL11 SHENKM \ \ Sole l iw ner K ESSLER fi 1IARS Vttot n. > for Applicat 1 ;..v s W 1 si Street •. :, 1 9 7-14-2! NOTICE UNOtM FIC1 I I lUUo iomc LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Hi. undersigned, desiring t,. enfeage in business under the fletitlous name of I.nlKS MODEL AGENCY at 12502 N.E. Mh Avi North Miami. I-la in1, n.is to register -aid name with the 1 ii rk ..f the 1 ircull Coun nf I lade 1 '..'int \. FI01 nl.1 IIOIE OX ELL v 17-24 II '• : NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 56811-C IN RE Estate of ROSE PERKBL I l| ;is.-.| To All 1'1 editors and All Persona Hav, IN THE COUNTY JIIDOF-S I-IURT Ing Claims or Demands Against Said IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE Von. and each of you, are hereby] No. 56493-C notified an.i required to present any IN RE Estate of NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned %  %  il ng in %  %  hiiaiiiess undei the fictitious name nf FLAG LE It FCRNITl'RE fi BQl'lPMENT nl lll.'i" \\ Ilagler Stl ei I, Miami Inienils '" rejrlstei said name v\ ith Ho 1 "i. rk "i the 1 ircull 1 'ourt "i 1 i.id.. '..iiiii j. l-ioi Ida. M. :.ANI-: AM : 1:1.1 1 \ l.l A11..1 n. •> for Apiillcanl ion \ 11.1. \ Bldg v 24 II. 9 7-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ih. undersigned, desiring t<< engage In business under th,fictitious name nf NORTHVIEW APARTMENTS at 17*0 South Glades Drive, North Miami i-i 'ii.i.i intend to register said name with the Clerk ••: the Cin ill Court "f Dade County, Florida VISTA REALTY INC la Mass Authorised in I-l"i i-ia Sole owner THE4 'l>i RE N'EI SI IN Attoi ne) i"i \|.|'ii< ant ln7 I.in. "In Road Miami Reach, l-'la S 11, :• 7-1 4 L'l NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA-20820 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ben r.i.skin. hottler of County Tag Sale Certificates numh.-tril 4291 and i.M'i. issued the 1st da) "i June, A U !!*,:•. has filed same in ni> office, ^tu<\ has made application lor a tax deed I,, be issued thereon Said certiflcatei embrace the following described prop' • %  rt>, 111 the Count) ol Dade, State of Florida, to-wlt Lota % %  •' i" 11 in. Block : Coral Highlands., Plat Book 16 Page 59 in the Count) ,.f Dad.. State ,.f Florida, as embraced 111 Certificate No. 1296 Th.assessment >.f said property under the said certificate issued a*as in ih.. name "i orange State Builders Inc. I...I 16 Block 26, CiHiinul Grove Sec 1 Coral Gables I'l.u Book II Page 25 in the Count) of Dade. State >.f Floi Ida, .1• mbraced In 1 'ei tlflcate No 1 11 The assessment "i s.ii.l property undi r the said ci iti Issued w ain i he na me %  >! A nna I'., rat .1 I'nli %  Rentes shall be reI. .-iii.-.l according to law, the property described herein will be sold t-> the highest bidder at the C • 11 door "ii the first Monda) ti the 1 1 th • %  • %  % %  • ibet. 1962, ivlili h 1Ih, .1 .. %  ,.,., 1 lated this 22nd il y ol tugust, 19(2 E. B LE VTHERMAN, Clerk nf il 1 'ourl. I iade 'ount\. l'l1 1 %  s.iili H l; M LEEI'ER. I tepul % ii rk 24-21 1 7-14 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA-20812 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Bell in .skin. In,1,1. of I 'ount) Kali %  numbered 1522 3! Issued the 2nd da) of June, Tax and A D NOTICE UNDER UTITIOUS NAME LAW IIS HrTRRRY GIVEN that I d, desiring lalms and demands \\ lilfh you, or .ith, 1 ..I you, may have against the estate ol Rose l' rk.-l deceased late of 1 md. County, Florida, i" the Honorable Count) Judges of Dadi County, ,,nd file Ihe -am. in their offices in the Counts Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from th. date ol Ihe first publli atlon h.i • "f Said claims or ids lo contain the Ii ^.il address •I'-W"" 1 '' 1 "" fictitious name ol "f the rlalmanl and i" be sworn to ,',.',; ''" :s DRl'G \LIQUOR and presented as aforesaid, "t same '. I92( s.W 3rd Avenue, Miwill In barred 1 %  Intend, to register said with ihe 'ink ..f the Circuit Wii C? untv j Itorlda "II. MA MYRLE FERRANTH IV, i-,-.. '"""'"' 'win 1 SILVER ,v SCHKR ipnlicanl S 17-14-11, !" 7 %  ati 1 August 'I. \ 1' 19(2 1 M 1R11 ill Y s M'K's. Kxi rutrlx .• Mil. I'BRKKL, Executor SYLVI \ LEICHTER, Bxecutrut A \n. ill. 111 Exei ni..' of the l-asl Will and Testament of Rose Perkel, I 1 as. .1 HENRY NORTI >N Allot ne) ("r Executor! r-M-n, B 7 I 1: VNCIS A TABOADA I >. [-eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons llav. nuts ..I Demands Against Said Estate You ai-.hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you ma> have against the estate "i FR VNCIS \ 1 \ 1 di %  ., %  .1 late "i 1 lade 1 "ounl s I Ida. I,, the Count) Judges ..1 Dade County, and file the same in their offices in ih.("ount) Courthouse in D.I.I. .' j Florida, Ithln six 1 tl endar months from the date "i" ihe ri—t pohllcailon hereof, or ihe same will i" barred ALLEN Ci a H'Klt Administrator W KENT .1 WIKSi iN 17(4 N W. 36th Street 8 21, 9,7-14-21 MSN, hni riled imt In 1 has made application for .1 tax .1. ,1 I., he Issued thereon Said certificates embrace the following described p np1) in thi (' int) "I D.I.I.-. st.it. ..I 1. to-wit: Lot 1 Block '. % %  Hlaleah 17th Addn Plat Book 23 Pagi 9, in the Count) ..f I >ade, State "t I lot Ida braced In Certifl Mo 152: The issessmenl nl said propert) under the sai.i certificate Issued was In the^name of .i"s B. Nyce K • 1 FI "i ^\ ISO F( ..I N 1 i"' ..I 1: .• ol NW"t of N\v\ ,.f si-:>, I..-SI Section 26, Township 54 South. Range i" i -:.ist containing %  \. r. more or less in 1 he ''oun 1 \ "t 1 iade, SI 1 1 Floi Ida, .1 • m braced in Certificate No 1909 Thi issessmenl "t said propert) undi 1 thi said cet tlfli ati 1-11.1 was In the name • u :lliA McOahee .vW l.'.'iis. M I'nless -..I" certificates -hall l„reli %  in. .1 .1. ci" I111. '.. law, ihe propel ly d. 1 Ibed hi 1 eln III be sold t" : he highest bidder at rhi Com I House doot "ti the first Monda) In the month "i 1 '.'i ibi 1. 1962 ^ hi. h 1the !.%  da) of 1 >. tobi r, I Dated this 22nd da> nf tugllst, 1961 1: 1: LE \ %  '•II UMAN 1 iei k iii mi Court, 1 Md, 'ount) 1 lorld 1 B) K M LEEPER, Di PHI ) 'lerk 8/24 : %  7-1 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 62C 9249 ELIZA BETH JANE PYATTE, Plaintiff, \ RALPH I'YATTK. 1 N fendant. ORDER TO APPEAR V• >f. RALPH PYATTE, Residence Cnknown, are hereby notified that a Complain! for divorce has been filed agalnal yi>u and you are required to serve .1 Cop) ol your answer on Plaintiff's attorne) Claude M. Barnes, ."'. Calumet Bldg., on or before the 1st da) ,.( October, 1961, and file the original with the clerk of this Court, other is.the allegations of said Complaint will intaken as confessed against you. Dated this 24th da) "f August. INS. E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Clrcull Pourl Dad. Count>. Florida (seal) B) HELEN KESSLER i leputy clerk 31. 9 7-14-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO 62C 9250 VIRGINIA MARIE FELTt 'N Plaintiff, '•11 Mtl.lis KENNETH FELTON, 1 lefendanl ORDER TO APPEAR YOl", CHARLES KENNETH FF.LToN, Residence I'nknown, are hereb) notified thai a Complain! for Divorce has been filed agalnsl you and \ ,,ii ,,• 1 equlri ri to -• 1 \ 1 a Copy "f your answei on Plaintiffs attorney, 1 'laud. \i Bai n. -"'. Calumet Blfla Miami 32, l"i; ... and file the original with the clerk >>f this Court on or hefore the 1st da) of October, 1962, otherwise ihi allegations of said Complalnl will be taken as confessed aga inst you Dated this 241 h da) of Vugust, 1962. I-: 1: LEATHERM AN, Clerk, Circuit C 1'a.l. County, Florida -. al' It) HELEN K ESSLER Deput) 1 ierk S II. 9 7-14-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 62C 9307 \l VX G ARTE, Plaintiff, vs, 111 A <; Airri' Defendant SU.T FOR DIVORCE Tl 1 ID \ GARTE 2724 Hi"n\ Park 1" Bronx, New York Y..11 are hereb) notified that a BIN of Complalnl has been filed against you, .md you are required to serve a copy of your Answei or Pleading t< the Bill of Complaint on the lialniIff's Attorney, 1'AIl. KWITNKY. r.S'.'i'i 1:1:. 12(1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Honda, .md file the original Answei or Pleading in the office of? the Clerk "f the Clrcull Court on or before the 1st day ..f October, 1962 If von fall to do -... Judgment hy default will be taken agalnsl you for the relief demanded in th.Bill of 'omplatnl This notice -hah be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH I I.i >R11 'I \N 1 'i iNE VND 1 '111 ER Kl I .11 Miami, Florida, iiiis 27th naj of August, A.I>. K R LEATHERM \N. Clerk ill Court I lade Count) Floi Ida (seal) By: DONALD TAl'TBNHAN I >.'iut \ 1 ierk I'M I. KWITNEY ESQl'IRE 120 Lincoln Road Miami Bl a. I 19, l-'loi nla Attorn, v for Plaintiff I-14-M



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lay, September 7, 1962 *. #0M'/#IfHTirg-fi^gFacre 3-A, Israel in Tribute To the Fallen Legion from N'e %  Y -~v Db Tma, world chairman of Keren Kayemeth Lelsrael, jaks cl a Martyrs Memorial Observance at the site of the ".encar. Veterans" Forest in Israel. Members of Israel's led Fc.-ces look on. leiee Ends Fascist Meet Cont.'r.td from Page 1-A Mosl : the defendants reed fin i i (wo to K: 10 ($5.60 28 losle) %  kicked and punched In th' ing crowd .>f 3.000 |e u| his meeting dispite efbj ; olice reinforcements dei 1 s< • king to protect him. l/as hit as he lelt his ear for platform to make a speech. first • %  • rds were drowned out storm i I catcalls. At the SUg Ion of 1 lice, Mosley decided lialt th meeting. The crowd thri and Moale) scam foi his car. the target of a tei of 1 %  %  •• :i eggs. The inci mxct r Q'flfl SUNDAY n'UII NO MINOR! Mi M June 1-Sept. 15 dent was almost a repetition of a -imilar meeting a month ago, in 'another section of the East End, %  when he was knocked down and kicked As a result of the riotous neoN.I/I meetings, the Home Secretary barred the use of London's Trafalgar Square to the ultra-right winy groups, and followed that up with the ban on political parades. The Fascist leader declared after his meeting was broken up that he had publicly condemned Hitler "and the killing of th* Jews in cold blood" and that he was not an anti-Semite. He contended that there was a "systematic" Communist campaign "to confuse us with the lunatic fringe like Jordan, whose ideas are completely alien to us." The reference was to Colin Jordan, leader of the British National Socialists who, with three other party, officials, faces trial on charges of violating the British Public Order Act. Rev. William Sargent, founder of the Yellow Star, reported betore the Sunday meetings not underway that he and his wife had received threatening telephone calls, including one referring to a blast Frida) nigh) at the Adath Yi.-n>cl Synagogue. Rev Sar %  • % %  I said the caller said "we dynamited the synagogue ind if you don't keep your mouth shut, we'll dynamite you." Explosive experts were studying fragments of the home-made bomb which exploded 40 minutes alter some IPO worshippers had completed services and left. Damage was slight The synagogue is about a mile from Ridley Road Dalston, where the Yellow Star movement held its marathon rally. By Special Report Nachal volunl foreign volunteer soldier-1 assembled at the American Vet Tans for Israel Finest planted by the Jewish National Fund near Jerusalem, to pay tribute to their fallen comrades at a recent service there. The forest was planted by the Fund in 1951 in the Jerusalem Corridor to commemorate the volunteers from the United States who gave their lives for Israel's independence. The ceremony was arranged by the Association of Americans and Canadians, together with the South African an I British Zionist organizations. Zahal, the Israel Ministry of Defense and the Jewish National Fund. The gathering, including members of the bereaved families and settlers from the West, were addressed by Jacob Tsur. world chairman of the Keren Kayemeth Lelsrael; Shimon Dror, Of the Ministry of Defense; Rabbi Louis Rabinowitz, south African An Armj Guat was t Hialeah. They are wholesale paper jobbers carrying a complete line of paper products for retail stores. restaurants, hotels, and industry "Complete Insurance Service..." BERNARD SEGAL FRanklin 9-6441 DAYTIMr-HlghMod 4-02?8 EVFNINGS LIFE • HOSPITALIZATION DISABILITY INCOME • FIRE HOMEOWNERS • MARINE BONDS • GROUP • AUTO THEFT • LIABILITY COMPENSATION MONTHLY PREMIUM BUDGET AVAILABLE FOR PERSONAL AND BUSINESS ACCOUNTS TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO., BRANCH OFFICE AGENCY I\SI n\\< K) A.h\ v J SEE US FOR LOW COST HOME FINANCING To Buy, Sell, Build Refinance or for Home Improvements TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W. 8th ST. Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITLE & Qkttact Co. 36 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First Street Telephone FRanklin 3-8432 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED We can answer your phone in your own name. Less than $5 per week For a Kill time Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 %  • EDISON CENTER BRANCH 5800 N.W. 7th AVE. MAIN OFFICE 101 E.FLAGLER STREET ;.; H NORTH MIAMI BRANCH 12370 N.W. 7th AVE. "One of /he Nation's Oldest and Largest" E)ade Federal t/AVINCS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of Ml AMI '{ I0SFPH V UPTON, President Savinfa account* an injured up to $10,000 by u af ency of th* Federal GovernnMot. PER ANNUM CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE ON SAVINGS PAYABLE & COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY OUR RESOURCES EXCEED Hi ^. i 185 MILLION DOLLARS



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%  Friday, September 7. 1962 >lrnfcf> Fhrkttor Workmen's Circle District Confab Hears Praise of Organization's Book Campaign Page 5-A RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO Rabbi Shapiro Off to Confab Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, of •.;!•. David Congregation, has been %  filed, together with a select %  imber oi Conservative rabbis from the lulled States and Can; da. by the Jewish Theological s, in iti.ir> ..i America to explore lestions concerning the moral implications of the rabbinate at a two-day conference in New York lily on Sept. 11 and 12. at the Seminary. The conference is being con( acted under the auspices of the Herbert H. Lehman Institute of Ethics. Rabbi Shapiro will parl.cipale in the deliberations of the iconference and will be one of the st takers. By Special Report Jacob T. Zukerman, president of the Workmen's Circle, national Jewish fraternal and cultural organization, told 150 delegates to the organization's annual Southern District conference held here at the Henry Grady hotel in Atlanta Ga., over the Labor Day weekend that "positive support for democracy is one of our most important weapons in our cold war with Communism."' He praise:), as "an outstanding example" of such support, the Workmen's Circle leadership in At, lanta and other cities in the Books from America campaign. Carried out in cooperalion witih the Peoilc-to People program headed by former President Dwighl D Eisenhower. Ihe campaign has gathered I over one million books on American science and technology and the American way of life for distribution to students and libraries in the new nations of Asia and Africa. The campaign also earned for the national fraternal order a Distinguished Service Citation from the United Slates Information Agency, which sponsors the People-to-People Program. Zukerman toll the conference, which represents branches of the Workmen's Circle in 14 major southern cities ranging from Miami I to Houston, that be regarded the action of Atlanta branches in associating themselves with the Supreme Court decision on school in: tegration "another outstanding *x. ample of positive support for democracy." "The fact is," he said, "that the City of Atlanta as a whole has demonstrated that the problem of school integration, which is one of the most difficult we face, in the North as well as the South, can best be handled with a combination of moderation and courage, a devotion to the basic principles of our democracy coupled with an understanding that calm and orderly procedure often produces the mosl meaningful gains." "We cannot abandon our democratic faith in the interests of expediency." he said. "But neither ran we ignore the educational process indispensable to the u*reat social and economic changes now in progress in the South." "In this era of cold war." he said, "we must also keep in mind that our failures in this area play i into the hands of those who seek I lo subvert our democratic society and to conquer the world for communism The Workmen's Circle conference opened Saturday and continued | through Tuesday. BEN LtRNER Social Club Will Air Medicare Miami Friendly Social Club will meet Sunday. 2 p.m.. in the social hall of Beth El Congregation. 500 SW 17th ave. Now a member of the National Council of Senior Citizens for health care through social security, the group will discuss "Medicare." Social meetings of the club are held every Thursday at 7 p.m. Lerner to Head Fund Committee Ben Lerner. Miami manufacturer of plastics, was named chairman of the building lund committee of Young Israel oi Greater Miami this week. At the same time. Emanuel J. Unger. president of the synagogue, revealed plans for a $100. 000 building at 990 NE 171st st.. to provide religious, educational and recreational facilities lor the northern part of Dade county. Young Israel, a traditional Orthodox congregation, with branches in many of the principal cities of the U.S., aims to "maintain a program of spiritual, social and communal activity, compatible with the Orthodox faith and good Americanism." Other members of the committee are I)!Sol Nussbaum, M:iton Gottlieb. Harry Lerner. Herman Eisenberg. Murray Vr..u: reading the headline in V ami Herald last Saturday. '< ul an Boat Fireat U.S. Plane," the sub-head, "Ordered to Bi k.'" I decided that right after the Sabbath 1 must write a ttei • i i ur President, stressing important questions: II we have a right t > fire •• :.i ke I and I believe dn ; Israel have a • • an .. tack on her power an.! des the enem>'.position? II try believe in -" %  • e only I .: %  < '.< but not for 3. Since the majority of the -atior.s of the world are, like Isael, small and weak, what ef•tet can our double standard of •morals have upon these nations -i winning them over to our side? 4 In a world as materialistic as where ethics and morals are • I latantly lacking, what kind of example is our own government ••'ting for the average American '< lollow? 5 Is America losing its soul in the struggle for power politics and laking on the image of the enemy? These questions need exploring nithin the context of a social order a religious framework, with the %  < %  of religion raised to safeguard 'h high standards of American RABBI JONAH CAPLAN Temple Adath Yeshurun Dade Heights Will Open Season *l the first meeting of the new son. Dade Heights Sisterhood II present an original play. "Al Kained Out" ir and director is Anita Killrhe meeting is scheduled for B:15 p. m. at Dade hts. asl will include Judy Kaplan. • Levy, Dolores Miller. Berime Snapiro. Lenort Warren, and Marcy IWciss. Malene Danoff will be at l 1: t Piano. He served his country under six presidents When President Theodore Roosevelt named Oscar Straus the Secretary of Commerce and Labor in 1906, it marked the first time that an American Jew had been appointed to the Cabinet. The choice of Straus was singularly apt, for some twt nty yean earlier he had been the first ,!( w to be appointed an ambassador. Oscar S Straus began his forty-six _\(T.:career of public service when, as a ing lawyer, he servo: as secretary of committee to re-elect William R. %  Mayor of New York. Grace defeated Ir.Tanin any opponi nt and Straus wason his way. In 1887, Presi < land appointed !.: %  •. I' S Mil ti Turk< ; %  Strau.ser\. ::u-e. Ir. •.:.• ensuing years, 1wever, l Presidents Harrison %  .• %  McKinley i upon Straus' \asi knowledge cf we rid affairs, the latter once again appointing him Minister to Turkey. And President Taft was subsequently to reappoint him to that same post for the third time. When Theodore Roosevelt took office, one of his first official acts was to appoint Oscar Straus a member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration at the Hague. Roosevelt had such a high opinion of Straus that he made him a member of his "kitchen cabinet." One day, in 190fi, at the White House. Roosevelt said. "I want you to become a member of my Cabinet. I have a very high estimate "f your character, your judgment and your ability." Straus was ;.: | i inted S< en tary of Commerce and Labor. Perhaps tinhigh point < :" Straus' ar< i r came after the first W< rid War. :i he worked intimately with President Wilson to create the Leagw Nations. Wilson paid him the unusual compliment of writing, "I want to Hike the opportunity to say how valuable' in every way your support and enthusiasm for the I-eague of Nations has been." P. LORILLARD.'COMPANY SSTAeLl3CC 1760 jpe£83r"l|i mttt First with the Finest Cigarcftts. •.Tcugh LoriPard research %  ^ % %  iBam



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s*ss Page 10-A 9-knitf fhrk/kft) Friday, September 7, 1962 AJCommittee Replies to Editorial in 'America' even if the 'militant' By Special Report NEW YORK — The American Jewish Committee, in a statement which appears in the Sept. 8 issue of the Catholic weekly "America." strongly criticizes "America's" editorial for confusing efforts to implement the First Amendment with a campaign to remove religion from American life. In a 1,200-uonl statement, the Committee scores views which were set forth by an 'America" editorial Sept l on the Supreme Court decision barring the Regents' Prayer in New York State schools. Entitled, "To Our Jewish Friends," the "America" editorial warned Jews against an Outbreak of anti-Semitism in this country if some "militant" Jewish groups persisted in their eff&rts in the courts to keep religious practices out of the public school system. "America" is a weekly journal edited by Jesuits. The Committee's statement, entitled "To Our Catholic Friends, centered its response on the theme ot the "America" editorial, which called upon Jews to stave off the thriat of anti-Semitism by abandoning or compromising commit nienis to the protection of the First Amendment of the Constitution as interpreted by the Supreme Court. In making this point, the "America" editorial raised the question Hi to what kind of "bargain" Jews ;.:< willing "to strike as one oi the minorities in a pluralistic society" to avert the danger of antiS ism. Cantor Fein Will Be Honored Here Beth F.meth Congregation will Cantor Hyman Fein at the Friday night services, and at the or!. Shabbat following the Ber vices, for the five years he Mas tx i: with the Temple. tor Fein received hitraining %  ::. Inlather, and he has perI rmed with Cantors l'inchyk. M she Kousevitsky and Leibele Waldman. i ; ntor Fein and his wife came to Miami in 1941. Soon after, he joined the Temple Emanuel Choir ;i.. soloist. Terming this "a very strange piece of advice." the Committee -tresses "the right of every American group to express its viewpoint and press its position through the imparilal judicial process which our democratic state has established for such purposes." The Com mittee points out that this is not a matter for "bargaining." and that Catholics have never considered ii so themselves in "pressing their views" in the legislatures and the courts. "By and lar e, Catholics have not allowed their minority status to determine their position on what they have consul ered crucial issues of principle In this context, the Committee recalls that during the nineteenth ard the first quarter of the twentieth century. Catholics conducted an intensive cm-.paign Rabbi Schiff In 2 Programs Rabbi Solomon Schiff. of Congregation Beth El. will be guest Mucker over channel 10. WLBWTV. on the program "Give L's This Day." at 8:45 a.m.. Friday His subject will be. "Strength in Faith Or Sunday morning at 11 a. m Rabbi Schiff will be guest speaker On the Jewish Workshop Hour, also on channel 10. His topic will be '"A Time lor Reflection ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^w^^^^^^* FRfcE ISRAEL BCOK 45 PICTURES AND MAP O? ISRAEL WITH PURCHASE OF YUBAN THE SIMCHA COFFEE AT YOUR LOCAL S T ORE or Enclose label from Instant Y.ban or snip of tin wraparound frorr Regular Yuban with your name and address and send to JEWISH FLORIDIAN P.O. Box 2973 Main Post Office Miami 1, Fla. against the reading of HM King James version of the Bibb in the public schools, undeterred by the possibility of anti Catho licism which their action; might invoke, and without regard for whether victory wou!' 1 oroduce "a harvest of fear and mistrust" which "America" has predicted for Jews. The s t a t e m en t adds For 'America' to take the tone of an aggrieved majoritj a It lonishing .in imprudent minority suggests a double standard ot judgment." As for community relations problems involved in the current con troversj over the Supreme Court decision on the Regents' Prayer, the Committee called upon re ble groups and civic o izations to observe "the ground rules of debate which stru'tK conJewish ,-. ganizations were to abandon their position on the First Amendment?" Of the tendency to ex., fine discussion to the merits of the and distort responsibility „t j ews Similarly, the committee the CommitUe states: is-ue stress* the i m po rt a nee of "promptly and vigorousl) repudiating any appeals to prejudice." A major point made by the AJC statement is that the America" editorial exaggerated and distort ed the role ol Jews anil their influence m affecting the secular ization of American life. The Committee statement emphasized thai Jews 'relig'cus and secular] ether, numbered less than 3 percent ol the total l S population" .ml thai mere than a third 31 the total c S population are Christians without church affilia "Given these statistics.*' the Committee statement said, "would the problem of secularism within tinChristian community ho solved "l has not been uncommon in history for Christians to ass lgn to Jews a symbolic role which is unrelated to their real influence and which allows them to bewna> a scapegoat for the problams of others. A singular service would be rendered by the editors of 'America were they to make it clear to their readers that anti-Semitism has traditionally fed on this tendency to exaggerate the influence of Jews.'' 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IFriday, September 7, 1962 J g|| fj fl norktiar Page 5-B 20 Top Professionals in Childhood Study Staff Four Center Branch Schools Here beaming Prime Ministsr David Ben-Gurion and wife of 45 I s, Paulo, at dedication of Beit Paula, community center be buil: by Pioneer Women in Tel Aviv. 'ioneer Women Honor B-G's Wife By Special Report oneer Women, the Women's bor Zionist Organization of erica, will pay tribute to "oir-old I'auia Ben-Gurion. wife'of Prime Minister of Israel, with building i f a Sioo.ooo two-story nmunity tenter in Tel Aviv, it been announced by Mrs. Sidly Left, national president of >neer Women. Hie center which will be called \v\\ I'auia." and administered by Det/et llapoalot, sister organiza)n of 1'ior.eer Women in Israel. be situated in the formerly unprivileged area of Givat Ha'ba I "Hillock of Newcomers") in fa. It will include a' day nurr>, children's club, and women's rial and educational center. Mis Ben-Gi rion, who together h her husband was present at the recent cornerstone-laying cere monies, charmed her audience by disclaiming the honor bestowed; upon her. and declining to make I any formal comments. "I am not Ben-Gurion, I do not make speeches." she said. When the laughter, in which the Prime Minister joined, had subsided, the for1 mer American public nurse added, "Two speech-makers in the family would be too much." Pioneer Women, with members i throughout the United States and Canada, provides almost half of all social services for Israeli women, youth, and children in nearly l.OOU cliilil care and immigrant rehabilitation centers throughout Israel. In the United States. Pioneer Women promotes participation in I American civic life and Jewish cultural activities. FREE DELIVERY Phone UN 6-0351 THE BEST IN TOWN' • CHOICE QUALITY MEATS • FRESH PRODUCE AND FRUIT • SELECT GROCERY PRODUCTS LA GORCE MARKETS, inc. 704 W. 51st STREET MIAMI BEACH Jeannette B. Schwartz, newlyipp linted director ol the early childhood development program of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, heads a stall of nore than 20 professional early •hi.dhood development educators is the GMJCC schools opened on 'uesday, serving mure than 200 hildre.i in Dade county. Miss Schwartz, who was formcry with the Da le County Child luidance Clinic as chief psychiatric social worker, indicated that "the goals for 1962-63 in our program will be the achievement, to lie maximum potential possible, it each child's development through the guided group process Returning as BCD supervisor for the Miami Beach YM1IA Branch is Mrs. Helen Weinstock, a former graduate of Hunter College in education. Assisting Mis> Weinstock as teachers are June I.ando. who ( received her BS in child develop ment at Ohio State University: Mrs. Hheda Meyers. BS in psycholigy and education at the Univer, lity < i Pittsburgh, with graduate | work at the University of Miami; %  Mrs. Sandra Kowen. BS in elemen| ary education at the University of Pittsburgh: and Mrs. Gertrude We'ss. graduate of State Teachers College at Towson. Md.. who has taken other studies at the Enoch Pratt Vocational Guidance School. 1 Johns Hopkins University, and I Florida State University. At the North County YMHA 1 Branch. Mrs. Bertha Kramer returns once again as ECD supervisor. Mrs. Kramer has her BS in education from New York University, and has taken graduate work at the Florida State University. She will be assisted by Mrs Ruth Baron. BS in early childhood education from Adelphi College, with additional courses at New York University: Mrs Ellin Heilig, Bachelor's degree in education from the University of Miami; Mrs. Margaret Jacobson, graduate of Florida State University, with an AB in sociology at the University of Miami: Mrs. Gail Maisel, I tion in nursery, kindergarten and I primary grades from Queens Colege. NY.: Mrs. Shirley Kahn. BA n elementary education. Rhode Island College; Mrs. Miriam Osnan, BA in education from Hunter College and MA in health education from Teachers College of Columbia University; Mrs. Irene Peiper. diploma in nurserj school and kindergarten education from the Ann Reno Institute, and BA in education, .specializing in elementary education, University of Miami; and Mrs. Beverly Yellen. BA in education, University of Miami, specializing in elementary education, with gradua'e work at Flor! ida State University and the University ol Miami JIANNETTt SCHWARTZ BA in education from Brooklyn College; and Mrs. Sally Lee Levin, graduate of Women's College. University of North Carolina, with a BA in speech therapy and educa| tion from the University of Maryland. 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Friday. September 7, 1962 +Jenis§> Hkridiar Page 11-B LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICF LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 54107-C JSTATE 'I-" ,11 iSEPHINE PEARHl IN [1, .is. I. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE x. >TH "E l hen .. mvi-n lhal I Filed m) final i eporl H nd pi tll 'ii il Disci arge an Ex. i • in. -i.ii. .1 JOSEPHINE I'KAItSi iN deceased; and thai on rt %  %  Vih' ;11 ,,i October, 1962. will applj to the lli'.norable (JEORtTE T. CLARK, ,unt) Judge HI" Dade I'ountv. i-'lurfoi ..i-1 %  i %  %  \ai of mid fin il report .1 fill final dlschftrgl .is Executor ill. Estate "f JOSEPHINE PEAK Si i\. .1. %  earn ri This 89th da) "f August, 1962 s Mi iRMIDAS HI..XI il' II.iip.in, Kaplan & Cataman i.i-in Kaplan Attorney for Executor • %  <'-'. 1-31 -28 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN Unit tiir undersigned, desiring to engi I i business i.mil i ih. rictltlous ii.un. of RAMCO HI 17420 8.W. 118th Place. Mi.inn. Florida intends to registet said name with tinClerk of I hi fircull Court of Dade (fount). Iloi la XV \ ITI-'i: I IH iVc K WALTERS, MOORE & COSTANZO B) \nliur L'. Deckle n Attorney! for Walter J, Royce '.• 7-14-21-2K 'lint NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEHEItY OIVEN :li. underslgm I, di -i' %  :,-• 10 en i-i..-in. s* under the fictitious num.of M RT MOTORS in im NAY. Ttli Vv %  • Miami Inti mli cist, i said name with the Clerk of the Circuit 'oui • HI i i.i %  i •,,.,„,,. 'Florida. Kl'RT LENKWAY 24-l, 9 7-14 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Notice is hereb) given by thiun.. signed that "ii September i", 1962, ..l P.M.. .it Palm Motors ami Ga: ISO i 'aim A* pnue Hialeah, the following cat will in.11.lit t auction !i>i storage charges 1964 2-Door ford I; •.. ii Station Wagon, owned by sanilr.i l. Douglas, :::'''. vv inth street, Hialeah. 1.1), No. J9AFMT11ESU1602. i mounting to S108, I'AI.M MOTORS AND OARAOE B SI, 9 7 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 52028.C (Clark) UK ESTATE Hi" IRVINO FRANK, former!} known .•Isldol Frank IV c< as.d NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL D.SCHARGE NnTICE is hereby given that I .1.. flleil my final report and petl%  i Final l us. harge as Executrix the estate ..f IRVINl: IRANK deli nd thai on (he MII da) ••( r. 1962, will appl> In Ihi II m. %  •'!•• Hi..: k;. T I 'lark Count) Judge Count). Floi Ida, f..r • ppi .>\ .1 fl il n port HI d foi final di> I Kecutrlx of the EstS II Mi I i: XNK, di • • aai 19th da) ol Vpi il HETTY FRANK Exci itrix HI.Il SHAPIRO i\ '. 7-! i N THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. IC0CI6 r'l ERSI IN STi IRES. INC 1 P-. I'l.ilntiff. i .ii'HN l' i-'iT/.s'i.MMi >\s. and •I IN E WITHERS lit ANSI-Kit XND STt>RAOE, INC., a I'l.i Corp, 1 lefendants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO DEFEND TOP, JOHN. I' 1IT7.SI.MMi 'NS. Itesldenci I'nknown, are hereb) notlileil that a Complaint foi Debt and Wrh of Replevin against: •I in. Zenith GUoade Television Set No. 7453338' has been filed against \..u and you are required to serve a copy . n. ami Ordered, at Miami. s'lori i.i.i. this :i"th da\ of August IM2 : J P.M'l'AS. clerk .r Small Claims I •nil. I iad. County, Florida • iii By: Alma ll> nea neput) Clerk 9/7-1 1-31-28 ELECT CHARLIE KINZEL NORTH MIAMI COUNCILMAN Pull Lever 2-A September 11, 1962 Pd Pol Adv. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY C1IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under^the fictitious name of KEY PERSONNEL, at 1*10 North Easl 163 St., North Miami Beach intends in reglstei said num.' with the cierk "f i he Circuit Court of bade County, Florida. TERES v in ll.|ii:.\. Side I tuner NATHANIEL Cl H.I.Ki; A Home) i.T Applicant 9 T-l I :" :'NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU:T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 9602 ELIZABETH JOHN80N, Plaintiff, vs. CHARLES JOHNSON, i lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CHARLESJOHNBON C .> I-'. I.. Johnson I2S Cedar Valley Road Bristol, Tennesaei You, CHARLES JOHNSON, an hereb) notified that a mil of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required t>> serve* a copy of your Answer or Pleading t.. the Bill i.f Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, Eugene .1 Weiss, 107 Lincoln it..ad. .Miami Reach Worlds ami file the original Answet <>r Pleading in the .f Complaint. Tins notice shall he published one 1 ... ; week f..i four consecutive Meeks in THE JEWISH I-I.i'Itll'l AN DONE AND ORDERED st Miami, Florida, this '.th da) ..f September. A |i 1962 I-: H l.K VTHERMAN, Clerk, 1 'iv. nil 1 ".uiri. 1 lade i"..iini\ iloi da is.ili |t\ : 1. SNBEDEN 1 leput) eh rk El'GENEJ WEISS 107 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for PntlMlff 7 • I I S !8 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56762-B IN RE: Estate ..f Ni>AH II STAGE, I leceaaed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against sa.i Estate: You irihereby notified and requlred to present any elatms and di • 111.in.1Which you may have ..;-..in 1 the estate of NOAH H. STAGE deceased late of Hade duinty. Florida, tu the County .Indices i.f Hade County, and file th* same In their offices In the County Courthouse in liade county. Florida, within six calendar I months from the date of the III st publication hereof, or the. lame tslll I he barred. IKMA M STAGE, Administratrix of the estate "f NOAH II 8TAOE, deceased. I., Offices of LEONARD H. WOLF", i Attorns) f.T the Administratrix B) l>-is 1-' Cohen for the Firm 11 Mi 8.W. First St.. Bulte 101 .Miami .Ii'.. Ha-Fit 3-6881 :• 7-14-21-28 that Tax I4, of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File A A-20669 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ben i:..si.in u ilder "f City of li ,;. ah Tax Sale Certificate No, 106 issued the 23d day of May, A.D I960, has filed same in in; office, and has mad.application fo a tax died to l„Issued thereon. Raid Certificate embraces the following described propero In the County -.f Dade, State of Florida, to-wll: Lot 3 Block 17. s, mlnola City, Sec --' Plal Book :• Page 1.14, Section 12, Township 53 South, Range 10 East, m the cit) ..i Hialeah, Count) ..f Dade, State ••( Ilor Ida. The assessment ..r said property under the said certificate was in the name ..f: Archie Johnson I'nless said certificate shall be r.-.1.. in. .1 according to law, the proper*) described herein will I. • sold t.. the highest bidder al Ihe Court House door on the tirst Monday in the month ol Oct iber, 1968, whlcl is tjie 1st day of i let.ilur, 1H:' Dated this 32nd day of August. I!62. E. B. LEATHKK.MAN, Clerk ..f Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida (seal) B) R M LEBPER, Deputy Clerk • 24-81, 9 7-14 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA.20854 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ben Boskin, holder of County Sale Certificate numbered v.i;, 2313 ami 2964 Issu., I the Isl da) June, A l> I960, has filed Sitme in my office, and has made application for a iax deed to i Issued thereon Said certlficati embrace the follow %  HL: described propel ty, in the Co ino nf l lade, stai...t F'loi ids to-wll : l^.i ". Block I, Itrlt.ins Add In i mi. Plal Book 13 Page Ji in the County of Had.. State of Florida, as • mI.I.I. ed in i 'ertlflcate No, K36 Th.assessment nl —.. %  -1 property undi r ih. ..i.i el' Ifii ati Issued was in the name ..I Nathaniel ( 'llt\ Loi 11 Block '.'7 Fiilford B) The Sen .-••, l: Plal Book v Page '7 in the County of Hade. State ..f Florida, • %  .mi. r.o ,i m %  rtlflcate No. 91 i The assessment ->: said property under the said certificate Issued was In the name ol J, I Lawyer. E 26 >". Fl of s 2S Ft Lot s ,x U 13 I". Ft of S '. %  :. Ft of Lot 7 lllk 8 AI...i 36 Blk I, I'll 18-27, min.la Villas Plat Hook ". Page 9t In the County of l iad,-. state of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No ^il*. The ..-s.ssiii.nl ,,!" sai.l property under the said certificate issued .i the name of Hair) II Hammock W IS.6 Ft Lot IS AAll Lot 17 Flagl.r Park., Plal Hook I Page 89 In ttio County of Imde. State of Florida, as eini.r.i.-. .i iii Certificate No. The assessment .,| s.,i,| property null, r the said certificate issued was In the name of William H. Smith I nless said certificates shall be redeemed according to law. the property described herein will be sold t.. the highest bidder at the Court House door on ih~ first Monday in the month of October, lsL'. which Is the 1st day of i letol.er. 1962. Dated this 22nd day of August, 1962. E. It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk •'' Circuit Court, Da.le Cotin l''..iii.i (snail Hy : K M LEBPER, Deputy clerk %  > 84-81, 9 7-14 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA.20798 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that In Boskin hold. of City ..f M nm 1 Sale i 'ertiflcati No • %  i-n i| 'he 6th da) nl Ju e, A I •. I960, has riled s.im, in m, office, and hi made application fm a tax deed to be Issued there..,, Said Certlficati embrai the followlnii di Ihed prop, ert) in the Count) nf pad) Stati ,.i Florida, :..- u Loi 7 Block 2 Railroad Shops InterSchool Ti.oi Plal Honk :: Page 192 In the city of Miami, Count) of Dade, State of Florida. Th,assessment of said property nnder th.Raid certificate was in the name ..r Bljsabeth s Holllngsworth i nless .-.mi certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described herein up sold In the highest bidder al the Courl House dooi on the first Monday In the month ol Dctnher, 1962, which ithe isi day of i ii-i..hei. IS62, Hated this 32n I da) of Aug'li-, 1962 I'.. B. LEATHERM \ N, Ch < .,i Circuit Com i. I %  ..:• %  'onn'y Flm ,,i i '"•'al) B) I!. M LEBPER, I leput) i'l. rk 8 24-81, '.' 7-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56560A IN RE: Estate of HAY FREEMAN, I 'eeeaseil NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors and All Persons llavnin i laims ..i Demands Against Said Estate: Vou anhereby notified and required to piesenl an) claims and demands which you mas havi against the estate of PAY FREEMAN i. %  '" d late of l iad. Co int) Florida to the 'ount) Judges ..i I lade C tv, nd in. thi same in their offlci in the Count) Courthouse in Bade CounFiorlda, within six ralendar NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 8i62 I IEBNII 'K I 'I H I.TKU, I'lali \ s WILLIAM iiULi | K. Dl lend.lilt SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO v, II I.IA.M COl'I/BER •I W Hand Inn. Pleasant Hills Pittsburgh, I'enns. Ivanla Vou, WILLIAM i i .11.11:1'.. Hie hereb) notified thai a Bill of Complalnl for Divorce has been filed nvnlnst you, and you are required to serve a copy ..f your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on I the Plaintiffs attorney, RAYMAN .xDI'HIG, 902 Alnsle) Bldg., .Miami 88, Florida, und file ii rlglnal Answer "i Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the loth day of September, 1968. If you 'ail to do so, judgment by default will h, taken against you for the relief demanded in the Kill of Complaint This notice shall be published mice each week for (our consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 3rd day of August, A.D. 1968. i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Had. County, Florida (seal) B) HELEN KE8SLER, I leputy clerk BATMAN A I U'lll.: t 902 Alnsle) lildu Miami 82, Florida Attoi iie.vs for Plaintiff 1" 17-24-31 f ih. nths from the dati n publication hereof, ..; thi hi barn il i."i is r I:I:I:\I \.\ MM' MEKMEI.L Attoi n.y 1 i S W Th I.I Vvel • Miami 36, I' x :'!-: in, first will 7-1 I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56833 IN RE: Estate of KARNBTTE K. lir.N.N, SR Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons II;.' Ing claims or Demands Against Said l-.sl.il. You are hereby notified and required to present any .-laims ami demands which x. .ii mm have against the -slat, ,.f IIARNETTE K OCNN sit deceaai d late of I >ade Count) in Florida, to the County Judges ..f I 'id. County, and file the same in their offices In the Count) Courthouse in Hade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the date "f the first publication hereof, or Ihe same will he barred.. W. WINSTON lil'XX, SR as Executor of the Estate of Hai n.ii. K i limn MARVIN I WIENER, Attorney 913 Alnsh y Kuililing Miami. Florida s 24-31, 9 7-n IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56891 B IN ItK Estate of IIOKERT C SCHWARTZ, IK e.lSed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Ha\ HL: • *I IIHIS, ..i Demands Vgalnsl Kniil N i ii re hi reb) not Ifleil a ml rei|iilri .1 lo pi. -.in any clnlnis and Ii ivhiclt v "n may hs v< .. -. %  • f Kt (BERT C s.'liw VRTZ ..i Daili i I %  I'olll lllllgl nil file I the i '..in. %  i IX ii %  nil III. %  publli .i i Ion hereof, nl th .. III. will ; Hied / K 1 DA -..II VV R /. SHI. i: \ Mi H MA MHIt.MEI.I. All. 1 lie. S.M Mia II ai. I-I..i I.I.I North Miami Candidate Makes Bid For Support of "Young Couples" RALPH OLIVER VOTE "OLL.E" SEPT. 11 REMEMBER A VOTE FOR OLLIE OLIVER IS A VOTE FOR CONTINUED DIGNITY IN OFFICE Pull Lever 4-A for "Ollie" COUNCILMAN NORTH MIAMI Adv. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C-7584 EDITH CAN Tint, Plaintiff, \ (iERTRI'DE PALMER and HAROLD CANTOR, as Individuals and as Executors and Trustees of the Estate ..i William I-: Cantor, deceased, and MALi IARET LKVINfiTl N, I lefendants NOTICE OF SUIT Tl i. HERTItl'l 'I: PALMER, I2tl E.lsl Kith SI • %  N..W V. i Mi w York II VRl ILD C W'Tiilt 16 I last i.. '.i d Sir. .1 Snvani ih, t leorala M VRl IARET LEVIN" ITl >N .-.. • h Shnn I 'i Ive hi III III! I II I., l-'lol i,la Vi .1 VRK HEREHV M .'I'll' i: %  IL-III agalns hj EDITH CANTOR ,i; 11. %  • %  • i • n inori i%  IIPMCI Ih 'il encu thi thi South slili -I Eilsl MOM r.\ SH d the Easl Kii H lead Dadi C • % %  in .i nna • lie \ i i> Avel i hi in • %  "... U -i Right nf .n lit h i Intel ..i the Kl Rs -' I .11-1.ill I .'• a polnl ..II Ihe South side ol I \i Mow II Street, Ihene. \\, si nlonu th,. said South sol...r i-:.i-t Strei i n.-e ..f i%  ih,iioini .,1 heginnlna nl H hi relnabox.desci Ibed. > • %  l.xiiiR mil belli! in \'\V\ ,.f IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58642-A IN RE: Estate of PACLINE STEER. I leeeasell NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having claims or Demands Against Snid Estati You are hereby notified and requlred to present any claims and demands which you may have against the .state of PAt'LINE STEER deceased late ..f Had.County, Morida, lo the Count) Judges of Dade Couni\ and file the same Iii the I ofl I In the Coiiniv Courthouse In Hade County, Florida, within six calendar months rrom ihe miti ..i the il i publication h.-r. %  ••!. ..i the si will he hai i. .1 si Mi iN STEER, Executor SIDNEY El Ri ..\s. >N, vttorm v i Securil Trust I lullding Miami .. I'lr. ida s:i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBREKY RIVEN that the undersigned, .1-i Ing to engage In liusiii. .-s under the fictitious name ..f (IRANDPA'S TRADI.Mi POST al 86750 s 1 111 Federal Highway, Naranja, Plnrldii intends to r.L.i.r said name with thClerk of the Circuit Court ol I lade i 'mint) Floi Ida i.ni: -.\ \.\i-: INC ... Florida i orp ) Sole I l\\ I i I DAVID LIEHMAN Attorns) for Applii unl v 24-31, 9 7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that d, di -:. mi; to engage In business under Ihi • tlttous name of Si IK'RRAN SMOKE SHOP al 9487 Hardlni: Avenue, .Miami Reach, Florida intends to register said name Hi the Clerk of Ih, Circuit Cunt %  : i '.oi. "ount). l'i... Id XI.VITA. INC, By: Mercedes Perez, President WALL* ROTH | Atl e) .foi Ninit.i. Inc. 6'iti Riscayne Kh.l. Miami. I-1..i iila 8/24-31. 9 7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in b isllless under the flitith.us name of FRATERNrDAD EDITORIAL I. A POLII.I.A a I 200 S W. 17th Court in the I Ity of Miami. Florida intends to register the said mime with the clerk of the (Vi-iilt court of Dade Count v. Florida. Date.i ai Miami, Florida, this 15th day of AMfUat, IMt THE HOOKWORMS EDITORIAL r RATERNITY. INC B) HECTOR DE LARA, Secretary I.EhTER ItiXIKRS Attoi n. x for Aiu.li. ant 921 N W t Ith Street Miami. Klorfcla 8 24-31, 9/7-14 7-1 I .-in \ \\ i i i7 South. I'll, of 11. i| I %  SVi ll of s. %  sltuati %  id, Count) ... is and for othei relief, and • |i .1 to file your Inswei Pomplafnl with Ihe Clerk ahove st) led • 'ottrl. -t .>n H VTE11 al Miami, I de i this .'i-i da) of Auuu I-: H LEATHERM VN i lei k %  i the Circuit i 'out i (seal) B) E ll LANWAT. I %  put)' '1. i k • 24-31,1 7-14 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHAx.orRY No. 62C 9054 THE XVI I.I.I A.MSHI IUJII S.W INOS BANK • KARL S VN1 IT BRI IXXN ami SoNYA K BARD LAW'S VI US. HI I'.H v II I %  NOTICE OF SUIT rn: KAIll.l So X Y A 1 n West Ll Vista H \ i Me> Ico l'i lOllfieil n h ... %  i -. n i %  '..in I'HNTII hull >ADI Illy to l • Ihi l.ol llloi ', :. I'olt A I, XV AY PLAZA ccordit of. rei-orded i. al Bag< %  • %  I'uhlli It. ;....! %  County, i You ar< ir an H .1 • 'Ii rk nf thi Id i '..in i and nerve .. cop) i In ri of i i i attoi ii. x M M;TIS I\ i i .. Bldg., Mini laiei than or a I '.i-i %  •• I 'rn i *<>ir --.. will H entel ed .~a ui-i \ ..ii. I luted \ % % %  list '' %  I! K H LEATHERM X N i of the i in ,u Court B) II i -:I.I ..\ K i ssi EH l leputi i "li rk M XRTIN I INK v for Plaintiff I Ith El I'm I. Bldg. Miami 32, n...' ^ 24-31, B ;-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business und. ithe fictitious name of MAI'RY'S M I N I A T C R E K I.AR \ El! Ri HJERS Xtti nt h Street I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FCR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 5t6l1 A IN RE Estnl HALDOM I'll. LACRI %  /. % %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To XI .in.I XII I '.i -..us IL. v-\--.11 n -i Said You .i ., n.l i -pi i %  -.l in pri si ni %  irix laims and demand* wh may h*ve if BALD) M ER LA' 'RI '/.. lati nl Dndi %  %  floi Ida. .inn .ludgi s of I %  County, ami fill the same In duplicati anil .nrnvided in Section 731 Florida Statutes, In their offices In i he Count > i -..in thousi n Dad "ount \. Florida, withlt 1 x months I .in ih. ti f the I publication hi reof, ot the sami a ill ..I I ...:• .1 al Miami I loridi, this 16th da) ol Xugust, v l %  1962, SAM I sn.\ -p. \Administrator C.T.A First publication >>: this notice "it the 24th day of Xugust, 1961 Ballot, SIWi %  Palli i A Sti Xttorneys foi Xdt lot C.T A. ;-. a) m Bldg Miami 32, Ma. 7-14



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-am = Pcqe 2-A -knittntridfor F.idoy, September 7 Commission Sets Hearing for Strickland Charges A DAVID RAfVIS v,.,-, • mi .. South Mi. teacht r wrote •• letter Ji wish Floridian and other %  spapers and communitj h ad ers here i a judge with making anti-Semitic remarks in his courtroom. Now that judge will have to appear before a full-dres public S pt 2(i He is Judge n S kland, who may be juilt\ i f m alfeasance if the chargeaeainst him broushl bv Ken. of 8311 SW 12th ter are substantiated. County Attorney Dirrv Divis re<0 -nme-rled the hearing after making a th.orou.-h inves'io-tion of the charges, which Cohen leveled at Judge Strickland because Strickland allegedly remaned in ccjrt that "You Jews are the same; SO percent plead not guilty.'' Ac< • ; .<". a mi •f the facult> al Southwi S ool, Strickland spat oui thes Cohen appea I re him on June 8 for a traffic violation. Judge Strickland was conduct' ing the court < n the honor t) -• %  m thai da) because 'he officer who ticketed Cohen failed to show up Cohen ^aid that most of the people appearing before him pleaded "not guilty Strckland is ehai ged with bavins made the anti-Semitic comment whi aded the way Durii h '' mv %  • •:,-,.. pai • '-. -worn ; mony from ll witni lies inclu en and Strickland Some o ihr witi ess< came forth volun tarilj chargu Strickland itic -'.iti ments and %  ( tions in his own neighhorhi Shoul I tl Com ':• Commissi in. h appo nt< ci Strickland to "t Primer on Communism is Circulated Here A "Profile o-i Communism." edit ed by Moshe Dector, is bein^ mailer! to many civic leaders in Greater Miami The basic primer in Communism ha.been published under the sponsorship of the Anti.', i :ama*ion League of B'nai B'rith A. David Rayvis, pres lenl Lodge, B'nai B'rith. this i k declan I K I~ .\ valuable because we > much as we bout Communism in order to know our eoi j Tt is also a timely publical pvis pointed out. 'in lisht of s on Communism beins introduced "•.• I h s< hool sy %  <• Flori H Rayv:s said that "Profile on Com has been pr itsed by many noted American leaders and nizations. including the V S Junior Chamber of Commerce, American Bar Assn., and the Institute for American Strategy USY Worship Breakfast Men's Club of Temple Adath Yeshurun will sponsor the first weekly I'nited Synaeoeue Youth worship breakfast program this Sunday. 9:30 a.m.. at the Temple At 10 a.m., there will be assignment of Sunday school classes This will be followed by a Men's Club father-and-son and father-anddaughter picnic on the grounds ot the Temple. WOR RK\T NEWLY DECORATED AIR-CONDITIONED HALL 'fer Weddings. 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Fcge 8-fl. *Jmlstnt>rMtor Friday. September 7 1362 Catholic Laymen Assail Jesuit Warning to Jews stater Continued from Paga 1-A Jewish community even odder." '.: there is any real danger of| a: t:;emitism developing among ( ..lies, said the "Commonweal" | reply, then Catholics should be ":c\. as sharply as possible of the sir ci any form of anti-Semitism Ths Commonweal" editorial also sail that the American system of I Bettl.'ng public disputes by law i bo wrecked if minority gi s were "made to fear" i"u I courts to judge their claims. the ime time, New V Sta'.i Commissioner of E %  Allen. Jr., ruled :i gainsi its-. : anj part of Thi v ir S lit Banner ;is a substitute t he ed Regi nl Prayer 1 li k--. lie Long Islan I, ch I d< ci %  'i immedi ii : me 25 ruling to substit ite .i i : ntain.s I J Is Prayei i H i • Mil insteii hildren Ittei subi is rel tion "in a local house of worship." The Commissioner, in ban ning use of the National Anthem as a school prayer, upheld her petition. He stressed, however, that any part of the National them could be read, sung or re-1 cited in the schools and he suggested a moment of silent meditation in schools as ;i guideline to school boards New criticisms from Jewish sources against the "America" warning also were heard during the week Rabbi Richard C. Hirsch. speaking for the Union of American Hebrew Congregations—one of the organizations cited in the "America" editorial—said Catholics ought to know that ir. the nineteenth century it was Cathol'c parents and clergy who repeatedly brought suit in the courts against religious practices in the public schools. He praised the "Commonweal" policy. ican Jews, or any minority group, "from asserting its values and going to the courts for the preservation of its rights." Addressing the 8th annual national of the Jewish War Veterans. Mr Weinstein said Anhe hoped the editors of -America" did not want Jewish groups to stop asserting their beliefs in basic principles for reasons of 'security' or as a 'bargain purchase' In still another development, more than half of ihe IK. 1 ""' school administrators in the United suites indicated their disapproval ol the June L'. r i decision The> were polled by the Nations' Schools, a monthl) educational joui The poll alMi found thai ol the 46 percent reporting selves in agreement with th expressi I only to n ed prayers not to %  %  [n Detr il Lev is Wi N s Advisory ( t no thn ntion h uld stop tm< f 5 Rabbi Back from y Israel etui ne I i \ ie s I as te I Ivril Congre.-s el i in it the I 'i %  I fi Bureau Jew i-li I : Miami, and a repre%  the Hi rev i I u ators ce il the first World ConJewish Education in I laspora, held in Jerusalem, in n August -. : 1.1 II report on both conferences <• given by Rabbi Azulay at -. ecial meeting of the Hebrew E ators Alliance on Saturday e • ng, Sept. 15. at Beth Israel S: i jog %  *ABBl SHIMON AZULAY New Members Join Beth David Bi th 'ia> the chairma si Uarrj -.. 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Tha I Washington ruling cleared tha way for the public schools to reopen with their regular procedure, following the Washington school cede which provides that opening exercises shall include a salute to the flag, a reading from the Bible, "without note or comment,'' ar.d the Lord's Prayer. v iher dei t w as a :• Ben Herbster, • oi the lurch of -• scoring (hi %  n H, ... I [| %  minority tit 1 %  %  I inl .... %  i I eepl %  The American Jewish Committee criticizes the America" stand in a 1,200 word statement which will anpear in next week's issue of the same periodical. Entitled "To Our Catholic Friends," the American Jewish Committee ,.tenview that American J-WdLS aver, the a.leged plrTf?* Sem.tism by abandoning COm 1' ment, to th. protection 0 Tt F.rt Amendment on churchst.s separation as interpreted by Supreme Court." 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Friday, September 7, 1962 -Jewish norfflfar Page 9-A Norwegian Officials Impressed With B-G's Views OSLO Wway-.JTA .-Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion met for WO hours this week with Norwegian Foreign Minister Halvard Lange ior talks which the Norwegian Cabinet member called "exchanges" cf views but not negotiat.ons. He added the talks were -most useful for the Norwegian side." The talks took place during the second day of Mr. Ben-Gurion\ visit to Norway, the second country he visted during a month-long may discuss this matter. It is too early to answer now as to what Norway's position will be tour of five Scandinavian countries, on this point, we will discuss The Norwegian Minister said he I listened "with the greatest Inter e?l In the discussion by the Prime 1 'ZWARD KLEIN Minister of the situation in the Middle East." In reply to questions from newsmen, Lange said: "In connection with Middle East prob this matter at Helsinki at the meeting of Scandinavian Foriegn r/inisters. If the point is not raised by others, I will rase it." The Prime Ministers of the two countries exchanged assurances ol lly relations and continued lewis h Hospital (pens Regionc! rtiami Office ...... ,.,.ww, c tan H I-U "icimit it-j.t(iun> ,11111 cum will 1 '': lems, we discussed the Arab cooperation al a formal dinner o! refugee problem ar.i the "ext I he Norwegian Government for Mr. United Nations session which Ben-Gill Stressing the fact that Israel and Norway shared the characteristic of being small countries dependent on their human, rather than their physical resources, Premier Einar Gerhardsen said: "We are genuinely plea-ed that relations between Norway and Israel are very friendly, and it is our desire to still further develop the good relations between our countries. I am pleased 'u be able to assure you of this The Israel Prime Minister, speaking in Yiddish, made an address to the Jewish Community of Oslo at the Kehila House. In addition to his immediate audience of 300 Jews, the speech was heard by an assemblage of Jews in Trondheim to which it was transmitted by a special tele. phone line, thus making it possible for nearly all of Norway's Jews to hear him. The Prime Minister began hia Oslo visit with a 90-minute talk with Premier Gerhardsen, the first meeting of the two Premiers. There was no information on whether Premier Gerhardsen hai promised Mr. Ben-Gurion anything [ about Norway's position at ths* United Nations when the annu.il vote comes up on the Arab refug te problem. Mr. Ben-Gurion was received :' r 30 minutes bj King olav V at I i Palace. The Prime Minister a l the King chatted informally about the Hebrew language, immigral i to Israel and some of [si el's prob> li ms • cht, pr • :' Jor, be ( ined cl t '^wb %  • | 'lori i. %  lee for i-h H at Den" %  \ ed the | is ol the ..: .; i ose m ."None l 1 %  %  • ran ^ r %  I" ,• %  '" • c tin ££&£-* ihe *&V^" % : -*T ii the a^a^B^* \ -li li in V a BBBBBBK.'-an Iftiffg', ) II s reg r &#? :oming !o Mami, Klein v. dirt:*or of the hospital's reg>-• i: jl oft :? in N?w Jersey. rl %  t grr >te of Bow' ^g C-resn • Ur enity, ar.d served in U: Navy Hospital Corps i.-rg Acrid War II. direi I i three-stati %  nt I ir a, Georgia, Alt! founding in 18U9. the la vish Hospital at Den |er hai ovi ied L33.O00 dayol i r residents of Florida, Alabama, who are vieton nf • rrculo-,1-,. asthma, and i ii-.-: diseases l :ial office is located a! -I.-t Miami teth El Adds | o School Staff I, presi lenl if Beth El • this of R Gold • • si.::: : ; th El' : lOlS. i anm in ed thai stu• parents a unable f> will • i ittend after having made a this %  ed ication an abssitj [or our .'• 1 : r the perpetuation of I ... of life," Chiel sa d duty of the religious %  tfer education to all who rents H ho are indigenl %  : n cl their obligation to iii.it. ; ,ir children has ended. 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Page 10-B >Juris* ntrkBafJ Friday. September 7. \%2 Gordon to Attend Housing Seminar In Denmark The United Nations has invited Miami financier Jack 0 Gordon t<> attend the UN Seminar on Latin American Housing to be held at Copenhagen, Denmark, during September. Gordon will attend as an observer, and will report on the seminar to U.S. Alliance for Progi M director. Ambassador Teodoro Ml ICOS0 The Seminar is being sponsored and organised bj the United Nations in collaboration with the Government of Denmark, and will run i, Sept 25 at Copenhagen Gordon i> president of Washington Fe eral MMUSS and Loan %  ..-• I Miami Beach, a federally rtered institution with assets ol ., • $ioi i 10,000 During the past three years, he has undertak-, t-. special missions for the l S State Department in Latin Amen i.. setting up blueprints for nationsa\ in .md loan programs in I osta Rica and Nicaragua. He is responsible for previouslj set t'nj: up a similar savings and loan j rogram in Ethiopia. Together with Arthur 11. Courthon, board chairman of Washington Federal Savings, who repressed the U.S. Government in 4 lanning a national savings and |< an system for the Republic of ^ hile, Gordon, in i%i and i%2. conducted a training program for Latin American savings and loan executives at Washington Federal's main Office at Miami Beach In addition to heading Washington Federal, Gordon serves as an unpaid member of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction Which runs the seventh largest pub c school system in the United States LAUPS HITLER AND MUSSOUW Canadian Nazi Denies He is an Anti-Semite TORONTO -(.1TAI— Heal CaOUette. Deputy Leader of Canada's Social Credit Tarty, assured a party convention this week that he was I •'completely opposed" to antiSemitism and that his public expressions of praise for Hitler and MUSSOlini in a press interview recently had been taken out of con text. The interview was published in MacLean's Magazine's French edition His praise of the two dictators was particularly embarrassing to the partj because 't has been try. ing to counter 'he impression that its political views once had traces ,u anti-Semitism. Robert Thomp son. of Alberta, national leader. sanl that Mr. Caouette's view.did not represent the view? of the party Speaking at the convention in Three Rivers. Mr Thompson said •everybody knows there is no Fascism in us. nor is there any trace of racism." In offering his praise for Hitler and Mussolini. Mr. Caouette said he admired what the two dictators bad done in the 1930's to increase employment and bring their countries out of depression. In the interview, he denied being a Fascist on grounds that Fascism, like So. ialism and Communism, "is a dictatorship" and Ins party sought %  t he freedom of the individual." Mr Caouette i the leader of the Quebec section of the party which elected 26 members to Canada's Parliament in the June election and four rn.ndohlldr.-n. S.rvl.os iwerj Uuj :: I" RiverslUf Memorial Chaprl Alton rd. ^^^^^^^ ADOLPM KLEIN 4t of TMt Gar* ave, Miami Beach, a,;,I tut. '-'He cam.h.-r,11 yean Sio from Bllver Bprlnav. Md. Ha was a member of Temple MenormJ Burvlvlna are hla wife, Zula. ang %  aon, loaepn Service*. •'•• >" Brooklyn nh local arrangementa by Riversiilr >l> iii'-rlal OhapIs. BEN POLLACK ,,-• ,,( i"i" Part ave.. Miami Beach, died \"''-'" He came here > yeara .,,:,, from Bridgeport, Conn .and wu ., r *tlred dr. u merchant He in %  member nl Templi Emanu-El. Surviving are hla wife; Mary; two aona, Irwln and Norman: two brother* and four grandchildren. Service* were \ it :: In Rlveralde Memorial I nap. i. Alton rd JAMES RENDES ,.f itMS NE lal av< died A.ua LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TNI' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 8208930 CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVlNiss -, s LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 111 \i ., corporation organised i. : *\,.' law-* ,>( the I'nlted Btai Plaintiff, KI.VIN p .1. lYCB, JR tnd DIANA K J< YC1S, hla i n in. ompetent, 1 NBjfen4ant* NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T<' KI.VIN r JOYCE, ii: c a Pegfrs Joyce ;: Marc) Street l n • hold, Si %  Jei TOU, KI.VIN P. JOYCE hereb) not Lfled thai ., II. am. h. i12 ear* ar lal. il'ii el AUK :'1 He ca e hen I ) %  n ,... • %  n, N. Y. I k and pi ,. a,, in, vatelj and waa a di p il | xamln. r foi Mi iro Inr B ri .. n. Jeffre> t" da Susan, and hi* mother, \i. i; ... | nnsman Si n Ice* wer* In \, „ i ., |i h )• %  • •'] ai rangi n %  Ni man Eun r.il IIOLi t n a r i e $ MRS. BERTHA HARRIS lid I'olllnt ,,\. Miami Hi a. h. died Sepl •-' She canu her. I year* aaro from Plttaburgh. Surviving an ..„,. I'harlee; !•• dnurhter* Mr* S. inn I led and Mr* Horoth) St. In ..\ gi andchlldren and aeven ar. .ii lirainli-hlldren Service* wen Sepl < Ii R wi *|di Mi mortal i 'hapi i Noi mand) i *li Realtors Guests Of New Centre I. D Kramer, president of the Industry's Shopping Centre, has in ,.tt(i Dade's 1,500 realtors to be their guests at a 'bonus break st to hear the story of I S C The salesmen will meet Tuesday, 9 a.m.. at the Everglades hotel, where company officials will trace the history of Miami's new t>t showcase tor manufactured •and explain the role of rs in developing exhibits ai lis f< r as many as 1 000 firms dii .i aa ,.w n I "111 thill, n ft-at. Oon .it Alb. Si r\ h III LAWRENCE SIMKIN ; S2Sn Kllllan do. South Miami Sepl -' He %  .ii. ''• n !0 year* f'.iiii Cincinnati and waa ihi er .'i the Lawrence Pharmac) ami Mori H>wa* •• life membi I of larai in.i 'enti r •""' barti i iber ol A'/-. >. i. phai <' % % %  < %  • utli -.i rnity. Surviving are hla wlf*, ithy: two *on* Panlcl and Herba daughti r, l H bbl; • %  brother, • • lu.. -.i-t.r^ and .. grandchild ,, %  were to be - Ser\lcea • r. Aug 2S In BI> \t. % %  Chapel, Alton r-i ISIDOR GOLDBERG ,.. • Mi rldlan avi Miami Ri a. IR ii. rame her. 10 >. am ago from Ihe Bronx, N ^ and wa* a r.-..lt aleaman. Surviving .. • m wlf. Bather; a *••". Alfred; %  < grandchild; and i" later Service* wen AUI ;, : Rlvi raldi Memorial i napel, Ikuugla* i 'i BARNEY TASSELL 75, ..f IIS SE •'-' -' '" %  d v '" %  '" ii, mil hi • W yi ar* ago from Phil,.', iphia and a* • nhoa man Me a-a* .. member "f the Miami Showmai Aaan Surviving an hla wife, M.ij.-I. .. daughter, Mr* Lola Welai ., brother, Bam; two ilatera, Mra Hattli Toran and Ml Lillian ..t"i two grandchildren Bervl ea were AUK '.'l in clordon Puneral Home r\>recloai Mortgagi equiUtbl t agalm.1 di acrlb. i pi -irty, to-nl l...t _•:. I Hi cK IT. .' v • i; \ m; EN aei ordlni il l. recorded In i n Page 111, of Hi. Pul. %  i d< Count> i loi ha* l" ti i Ii *i againnl %  • pervi inawei ol ol hi r pie i %  %  thi I i. \ \ 11: i. s i: i' i.!: I: I ii %  • anawer or Jinn before thi If you fa %  ; ii. relli • iind. ... M llt.iM. • • %  *hall be pub hed one. • Ivwial I •..-. .1 ii it), da %  % %  K II 1 E CTHERM i\ Circuit Ci rl l>adi 1 \ .p Cl n 1 put) Cli HANII:I. si l ..i:it. \ T T T ri. v %  I •lalntlfl 100 Hi., • -I i w< Hialemh, I .. Ph Tl I igi i ret -|fe, lin* \lf x B'nai Shohm Religiovs School Temple B'nai Sholom religious .school term Will begin Sunday. G 30 a m at the Temple For all children who are eligible to attend the religious and Hebrew School, this will also be the final ti gistration session. MAX ELLINS I ixo 11 •• a) II•! Miami !'•• -•• h, Vug S5 He came h. r.IS yrwn from Plttafleld, Man* and ..Ired inrchant. Sur\ h ing Mai a eon, Si larl I wo ht, %  Im ludlng Mlaa Elali i El., brother, Samuel; and four alaincluding Mis Ida Drudter and Horowlti Service* wen %  .; rdon Punei il Home LOUIS MOSKIN • \ \\ • died \ I %  U He MM hen .'. year* ..fi •' %  "' Morrlatown, S.J and wa* a building Surviving are f. Rob, and two daughti Pa PI an I Mi Bhli I. wer. In Patei aon, \ meni b) %  I H MRS. GERTRUDE RAUBFOGEL >\\ %  %  died Aui Sh. • am. hi eare g. from i Survivlni are a %  Man ii I tin. Dialer* Im Mr* Sadie I 'llvi I and Mr11 dchlldren Sei vice* wer. \ :u _'T m Rlveralde MemSAMUEL BARNETT ,\. Miami B. \ u| ,i Hi am. hi i • I" \. w \.>Tk and a'aa sale*man H. wa* ., *. leran %  •( Woi I War il and .i member of ih. Am. rBERNARD RODINS I ; is N..t ih shot.dr M Ri... h. .It. .1 Aug -':'• I'came h. r. .14 year* ago from Waahlngrton, i'''. and "..•> real eatate broker H. waa .. Maaon, an Elk and a membei ,.( Temple Emanu-EI Surviving ..r. %  .. Marj. and Win •• -i-" 1 ] Service* were In Waahtngton, D.C., iin.i,: direction of Qordoa Euneml Home HARRY LEIFMAN 7!. ,.f s.'i". lfth m Miami Beach, died Aug -i He cam. hen IS years .i^from Minnesota, and t' Ita' aCheese...simme'ed witn savory tomato sauce and cheese...seaso-.ed the real Italian way. So much tastier and •asier than tha frozen kind. So gnuch thriftier, too—costs only •bout 15c par sorvingl > > > AMERICA'S No. | 100% PURE BEEF PRODUCTS only H>e finest in taste • nd quality from Kosher Zion made fresh daily in our new, modern, clean, stainless steel kitchens, under strict U.S. Government inspection and Orthodox Rabbinical Supervision. KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE COMPANY OF CHICAGO CHICAGO 8^ COASTUNt PROVISION CO., IMC, 855 Biuoynt St., Miami Bioch Phon: JE 8-232, JE E231