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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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'Jewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 35 Number 37
Miami. Florida, Friday, September 14, 1962
Two Sections Price 20*
fOUTH KILLED
Virginia Nixes
lew Charter
-or Rockwell
l;i( HVOND. Va. (JTAi -
"he StaU Corporation Commission
M Virginia rejected this week1
Rockwell's bid for a char-
>r for le N.N.P., Inc., a revised
le f" his American Nazi Party.
K.irl: this year, the Virginia
L islai.re approved a law revok-
j a i arter {ranted previously
tin v zi group. The law banned
n-< : the word "Nazi" or "Na-
lonalist Socialist" in the name of:
| \ I]. nia corporation.
Rockwell sought to get around
Ithe ban by applying for a char-
|ter for a group using the initials
rf his group. The word "Naii"
'as not used in the group's ap-
plication for the new charter, but
lit d;d appear in the text of the
[proposed charter.
Appropriations Bill Drops
Arab Anti Bias Provision
WASHINGTONSecretary of Sate Dean Rusk has encoun-
tered criticism trom the Hcuse Foreign Operations Subcommittee be
cause an anti-discrimination clause pertaining to Arab bias against
American Jews was eliminated from this year's appropriations bill,
soon to come before Congress.
A foreign assistance authoriza-i
tion bill, to which anti-bias Ian-1 more important and contains no
guage was added by Congress, was anti.bias expression.
SECKtTARX HUSK
. no policy difference
British Court of Appeals
Dismisses Jordan Sentence
passed previously this summer.
Rut the foreign assistance appro-' Rep. John J. Rooney, New
priations measure, which actually' York Democrat and member of
appropriates the money, is far. the Subcommittee, told Secretary
--------- Rusk at a hearing he was "ut-
terly surprised" to find that "the
Department of Sta'e and cr the
Agency for International Devel-
opments requests that it be tak-
en out of this bill."
\ 17-year-old youth described by
lolice r > an anti Semite who ad-
Continued on Page 7-A
Secretary Rusk replied that his
understanding was that a provision
in the authorization bill took care
LONDON(JTAIAn appeals court dismissed this week a two- of the matter. He said: "We have
month prison term imposed on British National Socialist party leader had more success, quite frankly.
Colon Jordan for "insulting behavior" during a riotous meeting of the with individual visa problems, for
party at I-ondon's Trafalgar Square last July 1.
LtVI tSHKOL
. funds outstripped
Argentine Police Chief Says
Tacuara is Not Anti-Semitic
BUENOS AIRKS (JTA)Captain Enrique Horario Green, the re-
ped naxal captain who heads the Argentine Federal police, this week
Mnpletelj exonerated the Tacuara movement of anti-Semitism, al-
lough any newspapers and public personalities in Argentina have
Maintained that Tacuara leaders themselves acknowledge their anti
jmitism.
(Agencies Tell
IDA Demise
NEW YORK (JTA) The
pnerican Jewish Committee and
Anti-Defamation League ol
nai B'rith confirmed this week
port.- that they had decided to
solw the Joint Defense Appeal.
i joint fund-raising agency.
The dissolution will take effect
fee 31, and the two Jewish com-
lunal agencies will embark on
Iparatt fund-raising campaigns
lartitiL in 196.1.
The decision was made after
Ihe two organizations failed to
gree on the question of distribu-
tion of the funds collected by the
* which has conducted cam-
'gns for the past 21 years. Each
Continued on Page 3-A
"There is no evidence to impli-
cate the Tacuara group in any
anti-Semitic event," Captain Green
maintained during a press inter-
view. Anti-Semitic manifestations
in Argentina, he insisted, have been
"exaggerated" and exploited "by
Communists who try to prove that
there is racial persecution in this
country" Racism, he said, exists
in Argentina "on a very small
scale" and is being practiced by
"a small minority "
The police chief declared that
the execution of Adolf Eichmann
in Israel caused reactions "among
some people here, moved deeply
by purely nationalistic senti-
ments." The "prirfe" of such
people was hurt, he held result-
ing "in a few anti-Semitic inci-
dents." But Tacuara had noth-
ing to do with such incidents,
although "some" of its members
"may or may not have partici-
pated," the police head said.
A parallel appeal by party secre-
tary John Tyndall was rejected but
his six-week jail sentence was
quashed and a K10 ($28) fine was; lying policy
levied instead R. E. Seaton, who. Secretary of
presided, said: "We have consid-
ered Jordan's speech with very
great care. It was very near the
borderline but in our view it just
failed ti> step over the edge." He
added that it was "a great pity
there is no power to bar meetings
of Ibis sort" and expressed the
hope something would be done
about it.
example, and individual relation-
ship than we have had with broad
government policies in the case of
certain countries, but there is no'
difference whatever on the under-
of the clause." the
State declared. He
said hi' would like to explore legis-
lative questions on Arab bias "a
little bit further "
Jordan said he was "very pleas-
ed' 'with the outcome and add*d
"I must admit I did not expect
it." Declaring he would con-
Continued on Peg* 2 A
Rep Rooney interrupted the Sec
reiary to say that "the fact it might
be in some other bill would not pre-
clude the inclusion of it in this ap-
propriation bill He stressed that
there was nothing in the appropria-
tions law on this subject and thanks
only to the committee, it was in
the previous appropriations act.
"It is only fair to express our pol-
icy for the protection of American
citizens." he told the Secretary of
State
Local Schools Begin Test
Of Religious Practice Ban
JtSUITS OfffND EDITORIAL
PAGE 7-A
Shortly before the police
made his statement, the operators
Continued on Page S-A
NEW YORK (JTA' The
first academic year since the U.S.
Supreme Court decision banning an ;
official prayer in New York public
schools got underway this week
with widespread indications that
local school officials were deter-,
mined to get around the ruling in !
some fashion they hoped would be ]
legal
chief' Thousands of pupils in Massa-
chusetts began the new school year
with a reading from the Bible and
recitation of the Lord's Prayer t
{Danish Prime Minister Fetes Gurion
COPENHAGEN (JTA. Din
park and Israel share the ideals
democratic liberty and social,
ogress.*' both tit-in- small coun-
ties which want to contribute with-
their means to "the cause of
International peace and under-
landing." Prime Minister Otto
I stated here this week in
feasting Israel's Premier David
P' Gurion.
The comparison between the two
countries was voiced by Premier
Krag at an official slate dinner for
Mr. Ben-Gurion who arrived here
on the fourth lei; of a month-long
tour of the Scandinavian countries.
Prior to coming here, he had visit-
ed Sweden. Norway and Finland.
Prior to his leaving Finland,
Mr. Ben-Gurion declared at a
press conference in Helsinki that
the issue of direct Israel-Arab
peace talks did not come up dur-
ing his conferences with Finnish
officials. "We discussed only in-
ternational and Middle East prob-
lems," he said.
The Prune Minister said on a
Helsinki television interview that
while the aim of President Nasser
of Egypt was "to destroy Israel."
Continued on Page 16-A
This was in accordance with a state
law which directs that a Bible
passage be read in the schools with-
out comment.
School officials in Maine said
Scripture readings were held as
usual in Portland and other cit-
ies. The Maine law specifies
there must not be denomination-
al or sectarian comment or teach-
ing. In Rhode island, some pub-
lic school pupils recited the
Lord's Prayer as in previous
years, but others took part in sil-
ent prayer, depending on the de-
cision of the teacher.
A possible new direct test of the
issue developed from the action of
the school hoard in suburban Lev-
ittown. Long Island, which approv-
ed a resolution for a daily exercise
which could include a recitation
from the Bible
The Levitttown board took that
action despite an opinion of its at-
torney that the decision was uncon-
stitutional That view was prompt
ly upheld by Charles Bun i, coun-
Continued on Page 6-A
Immigration
Hitting Record,
Eshkol Reveals
By Special Report
NEW YORKLevi Eshkol. Is-
rael's Finance Minister, told a
group of top leaders of the United
Jewish Appeal that immigration to
Israel thus far in 1962 has been so
heavy, the country may end the
year with the greatest number of
immigrants it has received in j
decade.
At the same time, he warned
that this immigration increase has
' outstripped the funds needed for the
resettlement and absorption of the
newcomers by a wide margin. He
; urged the I'JA leaders to step up
an extraordinary collection drive to
raise $70,000,000 in cash funds
against campaign pledges, and to
take other measures to increase
campaign income.
Kshkol. who arrived on Sunday,
addressed the 100 I'JA leaders rep-
resenting the drive's officers and
members of its policy-setting na-
tional campaign cabinet at a spec-
ial meeting at the Savoy Hilton,
Continued on Page 8-A
Shtarkes Will
Be Extradited
LONDON (JTA i The House
n! Lords dismissed this week the
appeal of Shalom Shtarkes. uncle of
Yoselle Schumacher, against en-
forcement of the warrant for h:>
extradition to Israel on char^e^ .if
complicity in his nephew's kidnap-
ing and hiding
.shtarkes. who hail been free on
hail pending the outcome of the
appeal, was rearrested and taken
back to Brixton Prison where he
will remain until the final step in
the extradition procee ingsdeter-
mination bj the British Home Of-
Continued on Page 16-A


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iday. September 14. 1962
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tornsteins Make
INF Contribution
Mr. and Mrs. William Bornstein.
Miami Beach, recently celebrat-
;i three-fold event.
J On the occasion 01 their 49th
ltddinj! anniversary, the Born-
leins also marked his 70th birth-
BY.
And, to make a significant* con-
ribution to the Jewish commun-
jn honor oi both occasions, the
tuple announced the establish-
ment of the Kate and William Born-
lein Avenue in Me Ami. Israel.
Bornstein is a vice president of
h> Greater Miami Council of the
iv. ;>vi National Fund. He is a
Lrmer chairman of the Greater
I : i Israel Bond Committee, and
1- been involved in a variety of
her local civic, philanthropic.
In! cultural affairs.
Me Ami is the twin city of Miami
Hrrently being erected in Israel
itli the assistance of the Greater
iami Jewish community and the
JF Council here The city will
dedicated at the end of October.
. caravan of some lOO Jewish
\. ers is expected to participate
the dedication ceremony
|They will leave Miami on a spec
\] Israel airliner on Oit 23.
Poles Vow to Save Old Cemetery
MR. AND MRS. BOKNSTHH
By Special Report
NEW YORKThe oldest Jew-
ish cemetery in Warsaw. Toland.
which was to have a strip carved
out of it for a main thoroughfare,
has been saved following a dis-,
cussion with the Polish Ambassador1
to the United States, the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee announced
here.
Jacob Blauatein, industrialist of |
Baltimore, and an honorary presi-;
dent oi the AJC. met with Polish 1
Ambassador Edward Drozniak to
discus.- the possible threat to the
cemetery. Also present at the
meeting were Prof. Tadeusz Ly-
chowski. Polish Plenipotentiary
for Economic Affairs, and Dr Sim-
on Segal, director of the Commit-
tee's Foreign Affairs Department.
According to a plan for rebuild-
ing Warsaw, a main thorough-
fare was to be directed through
the Gesia Street Jewish Ceme-
tery, which is the oldest in the
city and probably one of the best
known in Europe. It has parti-
cular historical significance since
important scholars, intellectuals
and Jewish leaders of the last
two or three hundreds years are
buried there.
On hearing of the plan. Jews
throughout the world, particularly
those who had lived in Poland, di-
rected protests to the Polish Gov-
ernment, since many of them have
Official Says Miami Becoming Zim Port of Call
relatives and ancestors buried ;n
the Oesia Street Cemeterj
Ambassador Drozniak stressed to
Blaustein that while the original
rehabilitation plan for Warsaw call-
ed for a strip of the cemetery to
be used as a major thoroughfare,
there had never been any inten-
tion to destroy the cemetery en-
tirely. However, the Ambassador
pointed out that in view of the in-
terventions made, he authorized
Blaustein to state that the original
plan for rehabilitating Warsaw will
be completely revised, and the new
plan will not involve the cemetery
in any way. He emphasized that
, the Government of Poland had no
intention eif desecrating the ceme-
tery and does not want to do any-
thing that might offend the feeling
of the Jews.
/WS*^VW**WN<
.gencies Reveal
lemise of JDC
Continued from Page 1-A
'gamzation received an estimat-
ed S2 030,000 annually.
American Jewish commit-
f eintended it needed supple-
i funds to carry out it- over-
vitiea ..part from its do-
i s! programs and it also in-
the right to conduct its
i d-raising as it said was done
!: nai Knth the parent body
ii VDL.
\I>L held thai since the
i.A was the provider (or most of
. ms <>i both agencies, the
ICommitU e proposals o u I &(. |i .. Mac situation w ith
h IDA The ADL I it l rovid-
$200,000 i
Ii th youth -cr
ki Thi B'l ai B i ith
I i the S from the
. \DL I ai B'rith rais
Ki ooo which onl;
k: ... i .-:: welfare
I:
The general passenger services
manager of Z:m lines, visiting
Florida from his office in Haifa.
said Wednesday that Miami "is !
rapidly becoming a major port-ol
call for the Israel shipping firm.
Mordechai Keren, lure- to confer
with leaders of the Greater Miami
Israel \- about the Nov. 8 to
20 Shalom Cruise aboard the SS
Jerusalem, said this area "almost
definitely will be a stop en the,
maiden voyage oi the SS Shalom "
The' Shalom. Dcmg built by the
same shipyards that delivered the
ss Frai i is scheduled for com-
pletion in 1W>3.
Keren said more than 200 res-
ervations already have been re-
ceived for the Shalom Cruise,
which will feature the exchange
of official greetings between the
United States, Israel and seven
Caribbean islands.
"The leaders! nen as
Ben I --: Mauri* R< > itz. Jack
Popick Leonard Solom n Fred K.
Greater Miami Israel Assn. has
played a major role in our decis-
ion to expand cruise operations out
of South Florida.'' Keren said.
He pointi nt that the SS Jem-
salei kill sail here from
Haifa on Ocl '' by wa> oi New
York, u II i ( the fastest. Ii
Shochet and other officers of the
and most modern cruise ship oper-
ating out of Florida during the re-
maining months of 1!H>2."
Keren conferred with Akiva
Goffer and Yitzhak Gerstenhaber.
presidents of the American-
I>rae! i Florida' Shipping Company
about special added shore excur-
:.- and entertainment being ar-
ranged for the Shalom Cruise
Menorah Youth To Hear Moore
Teen-agi rs i I Temple Menorah
will sponsor their tirst Sunday
service breakfast with th< newly-
nted principal of Miami
Beach High School as gui St speak-
er.
The' services will be conducted
by thi teen-agers who have just
returned trom .. ... rship Train-
ing Institute.
At the br akfi st ich will be-
by the Templi Sisterhood,
Steve Moore principal of Mh n I
Beach Senioi >ol \\ ill dis-
isc \ St ns< of Values
Following the address, the teen-
group will break up into work-
shops to prepare f<>r such projects
as High Holy Day services and the
... pn gramming i f parties for
the coming year.
. gi rs participating in the
services and workshops include
Korenl it, Mark Krovetz, Bar
bara Segal. Richard Friedman.
S isat Rul i Mark Slavin, Ri
Ftt. Jerry Lieberman Ted Cooper
. nd Kenneth Sussman.
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iabbi Wernick
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eriry B. Wernick as spiritual
Bilcr.
iRabbi Wernick ha.- been a rc-i-
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Is served in some ot the leading
pipits here.
[Plan- are now in information for
fceirganizing the Sunday and He-
len schools, Classes for confir-
btion and Bar Mitzvah are still
en. Cantor Albert Glantz will
Relate at the High Holy Days.
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Volume 35 Number 37
Friday, September 14, 1962
15 Elul 5722
More Than Time
Is Involved Here
Kennedy Administration spokes-
men from time to time collar lead-
ers in the American Jewish com-
munity and "quietly" let it be
known that the President has not
forgotten. He is not going back
on his campaign promises, they
say. He is just as fervently dedi-
cated to peace in the Middle East
as ever before. He is not sympa-
thetic to any one-sided "solu-
tions."
This is the word. But Adminis-
iration actions don't bear out the
plea that Mr. Kennedy is, after
all. embroiled in other far more
complicated problems, and that
he needs time to get down to the
Israel-Arab impasse.
No one doubts the severity of
the Cuban crisis or downgrades
the heat being generated at Ber-
lin. In the final analysis, on the
proper handling of these and sim-
ilar diplomatic tangles depends
the very security of the nation.
But the tactic simply breaks
down and brands itself for pre-
cisely what it is, a State Department bluif.
when despite the crises elsewhere, our foreign
policy in the Middle East goes full speed
ahead as before and in just as lopsided a
manner.
It is impossible logically to explain the
Kennedy Administration handling of Nasser to-
day on the basis that Berlin and Cuba, among
other things, denies the President the time to
update the American position in that area of
the world. And, for an Administration in need
only of time, neither can these developments
be explained away:
The painful recognition that the Ken-
nedy Administration may shortly be pressur-
ing Israel to accept the results of a proposed
refugee vote on whether or not they wish to be
repatriated a situation Israel, on the basis
of her very security, would never be able to
accept.
The renewed speculation that the U.S.
delegation at the United Nations will, during
the coming session, again vote down a move
to press for face-to-face peace negotiations be-
tween Israel and the Arabs.
Is this the stance of a President who simp-
ly needs time otherwise taken up by Berlin
and Cuba?
most significant and certainly the saddest
a development detected in the increasing Ger-
man acquiescence to Arab League favor in
the Middle East.
At the End of an Era
Israel this week quietly marked the tenth
anniversary of the signing of the Reparations
Agreement with the West German Government.
The agreement, which comes to an end
this year, yielded Israel some S866 million as
"repayment" for the Nazi rape of Jewish ma-
terial property during the horrifying era of the
Hitler Third Reich.
No one in his right mind would suggest
that the record is now clean. The S866 mil-
lion will never make good for the genocide,
and hardly begins to do justice to the actual
amount stolen. Nevertheless, the cessation of
reparations payments will constitute a problem
for Israel's budget.
More than that, it will mark the end of
an historic era on two counts: (1) It brings to
a conclusion the unique effort of a government
to compensate a people not, itself, constituted
as a governmental body. (2) It opens a new
ere ,r. Israel-West German relations, despite
the presence of cordial Dr. Adenauer, an era
ii considerably more formal and less
friendly than heretofore.
This second development is perhaps the
As a Police Chief Sees It
Argentine Police Chief Enrique Horacio
Green in Buenos Aires now insists that Tacu-
ara. the extremist student group of that coun-
try, is not anti-Semitic.
When the acts of anti-Semitic terror in Ar-
gentina intensified sometime back at the end
of July, the chief did little enough about dis-
couraging them except to observe that the
Jews, themselves, were to blame.
All of which unhappily suggests that one
more population center of world Jewry may
very well fold tis tent and move elsewhere in
the near future.
Statements such as those issued by the
Argentine Government during the past six
weeks are welcome, indeed. They condemn
anti-Semitism officially and philosophically.
But statements, alone, do nothing to discourage
further acts of terrorism.
Only the people, if aroused by a sense of
what is proper, can do that. Only the peo-
ple can make the position of men like Police
Chief Green untenable. Having failed that,
they are on the contrary giving tacit approval
to his statements and policies.
The seriousness of the situation for Jews
in Argentina warrants careful attention during
the critical months ahead.
After the Soblen Case
An Israel court has denied admission to
Mervyn Gold, of Cleveland, O. Gold is charged
with a crime for which he has not yet been
convicted.
This adds an interesting wrinkle to the
Soblen case, where Soblen sought refuge un-
der Israel's basic Law of Return. Soblen had
already stood trial in the U.S., was declared
guilty, and sentenced. Gold has thus far been
charged only.
Nevertheless, the Israel court saw fit to
deny him the rights guaranteed to all Jews
under the Law of Return.
Whatever the problems besetting Israel
and the possible need for an updated view of
the Law of Return, one thing is certcin beyond
question: The Robert Soblen case was, cs cf
Tuesday, definitely closed.
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the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
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^HERE IS more than an ah-
daring the week ?SfiLtt:
O tification with separation of
church and state. There is
more than an abiding interest
in a sophisticated refinement
of the American view of demo-
cratic society. For
for any minority. ...
of church and state U funda-
mental to their survival w.ih
out K, religious freedom would not long endure, since cover. ,, ,
predisposition to a particular laith must ultimatelv set restrict,
upon the condition of existence of those outside ol the (a\
disposition. pre"
Thus, while .lews along with other citizens of the nation ha
always supported strict separation because this bed assu
continuing integrity of the individual's private conscience for le
separation has also hopefully guaranteed that neither Judaism n
arty other minority religion, would he reduced to inferior status To.
day. all these considerations must be placed againsi a back iron nf
the changing psycho social condition in America. To say that th*
era of the Ingersoll advocate is long past does an injustice to ih.
tenor of the clangorous times.
Rugged individualism has everywhere in the nation heard iti
death sentence read in the advancing welfare programs of the fed
eral government, which by their very nature, indicate that lan-'
private fate is indeed the business of the total communitv [f h
minimal needs are not assured, how can the nation as a whole hor^
to achieve a status of general well-being?
THE CRIP Of SPREADING COHfOUUTT
RUT HUMAN INTERDEPENDENCE at home it only on.
our changing societj that laid low the rugged individua
the wake of World War II. and the onslaught of communisn
there has developed a knotty complex of other factors i,
our personal privacies away from at least an acceptance ii
such flirtations as atheism and agnosticism, no leSE than a COl
need for public- neutralism in the affairs of faith. Among other
to set us apart from the Godless communists." America h
religion to its bosom with a bang and an ecstatic whimper.
This trend has been reinforced by the growing suburban phenom-
enon, with a wide variety of middle class cultures becomii
rural constellations swirling at a safe distance awav from, but never-
theless around, the large population centers of the nation. Here
all the homey'' virtues reign supreme; and it is a fact, even per-
haps a sad one, that the moral impulses of once decadent Wines
burg, Ohio" are now translated lock, stock and barrel to the single-
Stop, supermarket world of the 1960s.
In the relentless grip of such spreading conformity, how can rug-
ged individualism hope to survive? In the face of this new bastion
of middle class self-satisfaction, what are the possibilities that relig
ious non-identification in public affairs will continue to wave along
with the other proud pennants declaring the liberties of the individ-
ual American citizen?
1 do not here point to atheism or agnosticism or less militant
forms of non-affiliation as a virtue to be extolled on its own terms-
or even as a prerequisite to American freedom. I am merelv nig.
gesting that the community's willingness or failure to protect ihe
rights of those who so label themselves is a fair index of that com
munity's ultimate purposes; for apparent impatience with the free
thinking must be seriously regarded as a danger signal involving
even the most ardent, but privately practicing, minoritv roup
religionist.
WITHMAHM. FROM PRINCIPLE NOWHERE SUGGESTED
JT IS BEYOND a doubt true that these ultimate purposes aim to
set a seal of surface religion on the American soul surface be-
cause, except for the spiritual leader, men most concerned with re-
ligion speak least about it. Having established this as the condition,
sentiment, and status of our time. I further suggest that tho argue more loudly and more consistently than their neighbor- for the
separation of church and state doctrine todav are liable, in all likeli-
hood to separate nothing but themselves from the communin whose
freedoms they seek to perpetuate.
By "separate." I here in fact mean "alienate." Neverthi
do not imply, nor should it be inferred, that I thus advocate abandon-
ment from our traditional Jewish interest in the separation doctrine.
In line with the discussion here last week of the "America' editorial,
Which threatened Jews with anti-Semitism should they continue to
be involved in church state litigation, there can be no question that
I urge neither succumbing to blackmail nor withdrawal from active
identification with a basic American principle.
But I do consider that it is blindness to cultural n
which impels some Jews and some Jewish organizations to pi it th
separation doctrine to the very extremes of its meaning, come what
may For, if our enemy abroad. "Godless communism." ha- made
of the individualist, once a proud American phenomenon, that wbkh
is now suspect as subversive or worse, where can the strict separatist,
even if he be devoutly religious in private, hope to stand?
"" : ;-
compromise seems cow audit omr to the immature
JHE OBVIOUS ALTERNATIVE is the need for reexamination of the
intensity of our identification and to what degree we are willing
again and again to prove it in the courts particularly at a time
w:hen mass,ve Jewish litigation in the name of the principle has
yielded far from the clean-sweep results either anticipated or pre-
dicted.
One of the subordinate but telling considerations here is the bit-
terly humorous dilemma into which some of us have fallen. If we
are, indeed, a part of the suburban American world a world where
we seek and have found at least a modicum of equal country dub
rights on what basis do we expect with impunitv to flv in the face
of the prevalent drive toward increasing mass religious expression?
Can we intelligently demand social integration while sharply de-
Iineating the differences in our cultural interests?
Short of such a reexamination in terms of degree, we brand
ourselves as unrealistic idealists not willing to concede that I
is an inevitable part of human experience, and that compromis<
seems cowardly only to the immature Adhering to an old position m
the face of a new terrain of battle is in this CSSI sheer felly: if
church >iaie separation assured our survival yesterday, Insisten
the principle today ma) verj well endanger it.
!I(IW '" "' lhi observations relati to the reli
tne-schools casi abject 1 hope to examine in the near ful
ny for exam] ,, Miriam Rubinsteins of tin-
King for me.
v *


Friday. September 14, 1962
+Jelsti fhrlcflan
Page 5-A
Argentine Chief Defends Hate Unit
Louis Meiwitzer right1, newly-elected president of the Hebrew
Academy c: Greater Miami, accepts the lecder's gavel from
outgoing president, B. I. Binder, head of the Academy for
sever, years. Bind< r has been made honorary life president.
Installation raremonies took place last weekend.
Academy Adds Siaff Members
Tht- e\panded Hebrew Academy
it Greater Miami has added four
English teachers I > its staff this
year t accommo ite the school's
record irollm fat >i more than 400
-huh I '!
Mrs J.heba Feder, a veteran of
39 year.- teaching "cperiencc, will
begin htr first year at the Hebrew
Academy after j two-year teaching
period <.: Ye-h.vj >f Hudson Coun-
ty. NJ, She taught in Garfield,;
N.J.. public schools for 37 years ,
A native of Passaic. N.J.. Mrs. Fed!
er graduated from Newark State]
Teachers College (O 1923.
Mi:: Marily Goldman will be-
gin he first school year at Sie
local school af*r teaching two
year: ; yesh'vas in New York.
After craduating from Long Is-
land University in 1954, she join-
ed the staff of Yeshiva Rambam,
and ir. 1961 taught at Yeshiva
Mogen David, both in New York.
She is a member of the Alumni
Assr.. cf Long Island University.
A qraduate of the University of
Miami, Mrs Pauline S. Potamkin
will join the staff at the Academy,
after teaching in Philadelphia and
Karlington Heights School in Mi-
ami. She has been a local resident!
for 20 years.
Dr Morton Maisel is a 1956 grad-
uate of the University of Miami,;
where he majored in history and
government. He is currently
working on a Master's Degree at
the U of M
Dr. Maisel served in the U.S.]
Army from 1953 to 1955, and taught
at Normandy Prep School and Tem-
ple Beth Sholom in Miami Beach.
Temple Israel in Miami, and Tem-
ple Beth El in Hollywood.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
ilpul of the Hebrew Academy, also
Continued from Page 1-A
of the Independents Theater in'
downtown Buenos Aires appealed
for police protection against "Nazi
hit and run gangs." The appeal j
- id the theater had been attacked
five times recently. At the must
recent attacks, which took place
in Au 2". three young gunmen
uounded two acl rs Polic seized
iths in the firsl arresl
ii ce the recent spurt "t anti-
in last spring,
Alberto Ezcurra, leader "I
. ol the T.i ive-
the i" lice < hi : vi He
. ks : lly
J by
fesuit
hi mi Ihe Tacuara coi lers
the J< ion
The Argi ntine Jesuit pr esl has
written a violently anti-Semitic
book "The JewA Mystery of. His-
'< ry." The book wsa published in
1959 and is now in its third edition
It has also been Issued abroad.
While some Catholics consider
Father Meivielle merely a fanat-
ic, a prominent Latin American
Catholic educatorFather Mario
Pinto, professor at the Catholic
University of San Salvadorwho
is currently visiting Buenos Aires,
said that his views "reflect the
doctrinal position of the Catholic
Church on the Jewish problem."
"He is hardly a fanatic," Fath-
er Pinto said. "He correctly re-
flects the Church's doctrinal posi-
tion on the Jewish problem What
he says about the Jews in Argen-,
tina is only the application of a |
general thesis."
The first of a series of regional
Jewish conferences sponsored by |
the DAIA, the central body of Ar-
gentine Jewry, to strengthen pro-'
vincial Jewish communities mean-
while heard a report this week on
the perils of Nazi infiltration in Jewry. The delegates included one
South American countries. from Paraguay, Segismundo Kurz,
The two-day conference was held who reported that the Paraguayan
in Resistencia, in the Chaco Pro- Government had showi
vince, on the general topic of ur^- zeal" in preventing any
ent problems affecting Argentine against .lews in that coui
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announced the appointment of four
teachers to the school's Hebrew
Department.

HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
CONGREGATION
BETH EL
500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Miami
Services will be Conducted
and Chanted by
our distinguished
Rabbi
Solomon Schiff
Assisted by
REVEREND
GEORGE GOLDBERG
Abraham Chiel, President
PH.LIP BERKOWITZ, Honorary Life President RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
AMAHAM CHIEL, President ISIDOR SCHWARTZ, 1st Vice President
SAM SEGAL, 2nd Vice President HYMAN CHABNER, Treasurer
MRS. JEANNE ROTiNBERG, Secretary
EXTEND TO THEIR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY, HEALTHY
AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
CANTOR H. RICHARD BROWN
Cantor Crown Will
Be Installed
Cantor II Richai

l s. this Frj
i
. ting
Alex Gordon chain the
pri ri
Uti r in
show bu?
n

I'm. n College, j
Music where he also m;
education.
Prior to coming to Temple Ju le
Cantor Brown served the Commun-
ity Synagogue in Rye, N Y
Community
Memorial Services
OFFERED BY THE
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
"HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS A PART
OF OUR HIGH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE"
RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE
Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
3260 S.W. 8th STREET
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1962
11:00 A.M. (1 WEEK FROM SUNDAY)
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Rabbi Norman Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor William W. Lipson
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
&
ALSO AT THE
Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1125 N.W. 137th STREET
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1962
2:00 P.M. (1 WEEK FROM SUNDAY)
Rabbi Solomon Schiff Rabbi Max Shapiro
Rabbi David Lehrfield
WILL OFFICIATE
Rev. Abraham Seif
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
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SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED
OSCAR RAPPAPORT, Chairman
Woodljwn Memorial Service*
HYMAN P GAIBUT. Cha.rn.an
M. Sinai Memorial Services


Page 6-A
+.knisl' fieriffor
Friday, September 14 IQtj
A Great
Judge
By MAX LERNER
When he talks to you he Bra Spa you with his arm. but he holds
you with the virtuosity and force of his mind He grasped hold of
American life very early, when he came from Vienna at 12. and he
has never let go since
The controversies about whether he is a liberal or a conservative
strike me as mostly wordmonyering. More important is Irs capacity
for vitalizing whatever his mind touches, and the influence he has ha,I
upon the judiciary, legal thinking and teaching, politics and adminis-
tration in America for over ha!f a century
In terms of this sustained inlluence he is one of the considerable
figures in the history of the court, and his name will be mentioned
among the handful of great onesMarshall. Storey, Taney, Wane,
li' Irres Brandeis, Hughes, Stone, Black.
1 am speaking. Of course, oi .Justice Felix Frankfurter, whose resig
nation from the Supreme Court ends a stormy judicial tenure.
It is sad that he could not have kept going on the bench for another
decade or more, into his 90s, as did his mentor and mode'.. Justice
Holmes Hi> judicial temperamentand he showed again and again
that he had it lay in his heroic effort at a kind of judicial austerity
to which his own political and social preferences uere subordinated
for the sake of orderly change in the law. It did not lie >" any shrink-
ing iron; controvei sj
He has been a salty, bristling personality whose favorite conver-
sational device is that Of general insult and assault He loved a fight
and liked to recall the words oi Civil War veteran Justice Holme-
"The final test is battle in some form .it is one thing to utter
a happy phrase from a protected cloister; another to think under fire
to think for action upon which great inerests depend."
The enemies he fought hardest were cant, stuffiness, paralyzing
abstraction.'" dogma and category thinking. On the question ot his
"Liberalism'' or "conservatism" one may see him best as an admin-
istrative and economic liberal (witness his influence on the ideas and
personnel of the New Dealt but a judicial conservative This is all the
more interesting because his hero. Justice Holmes, was exactly the
reverse an economic conservative and (in his day) a judicial liberal.
In the long view of court history his place will be in the tradi-
tion with Holme.-, rather than with Justice Brandeis, who influenced
him greatly on administrative and social issues. For Brandeis was of
the school of "judicial activism." whose leader on the current court is
Justice Black, working along with Douglas and Brennan and Chief Jus
tice Warren Holmes in turn was the founder of the school of "judicial
II restrait," whose constant and brilliant spokesman Justice Frank
fur'ei has been
Holmes made a reputation as a liberal because, with his doctrine
ot allowing the Legislatures to have their way. he found himsell
with a legislative movement which was revolting agi
laissez-faire economics and laying the foundations for .. welfare society.
Frankfurter, with the same judicial philosophy, has come to be called
a conservative because much of the legislative temper of our time
especially "ii civil libertithas been fearful oi social change
The great difference between him and the group around Justice
k and chief Justice Warren is not a difference in their vision of
the good society or the good life. It is that the Black group is primar-
;I> responding to present urgencies and is willing to take big judicial
n-k- in meeting them, while Frankfurter responds to his picture of the
long-range future and feels thai the protection oi the human spirit is
best served bj refusing to break the all too fragile judicial safeguards
which have taken centuries to shape.
As i happens, my own sympathies on many matters are with the
Black-Warren view But I deeply respect Justice Frankfurter's con-
cert with the legal fabric, and I have only scorn for those who in their
quick and shallow intolerance have attacked him as some kind of ante-
diluvian Stick in-the-mud. Only ignorance of the law and ot Frank
furtei's whole intellectual stance could justify the way in which some
oi his critics have tried to dismiss him He will survive when they
have been forgotten.
* *
He has a good style and a feel for words, but he was not the writer
Holmes was or C rdozo Mor did he have the judicial creativeness of
the few loneb top figures in the court's history, among whom 1 include
b rshal Brandeis and Holmes His -treat qualities were very' much
hi- own '. itality; an almost incredible av art n< -- s if hi tinae
rvhen fi ng for the inordinate coi blem
worth wrestling with, rooted as it is in the tangled soil of history and
society; finally, the capacity for com which has made him
so continuing a teacher I im happy that hi has remarkable i sue-
in Vrthur Goldberg
Yes we shall miss him But he has already had two important
on< in teaching and politics and one on the court. I suspect
he will low have a third, reflecting about the leaders with whom he
was involved, the times he enriched, and the judicial process tor which
he cared >o deeply.
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Officials Will
Test Court Ban
Continued from Page 1-A
sel to the New York State Educa-
tion Department.
Mr. Brind said it was perfectly
lc-al for the Levittown public
school pupils to open the school
day with recitation of the pledge
ol allegiance, or reading, reciting
or singing any part of the National
Anthem, or reading or reciting from
the Declaration of Independence
But. he added, reading or reciting
from the Bible was "legally ques-
tionable" and probably in violation
ot the state constitution.
He said the whole issue ol Bible
reading in public schools was now
before the I' s Supreme Court. He
,i Ided that n i matter what the Su-
preme Court ruled, "there is still
the matter f the New York State-
constitution."
A barrage of criticism against
an editorial in the Sept. 1 issue
of "America," the Jesuit week-
lywhich warned that Jewish
espousal of the fight against re-
ligious practices in public schools
and related issues were creat-
ing anti-Semitism among Catho-
licsapparently has not aff*cted
that viewpoint.
Fr Thurston D Davis, editor-in-
chief, said the weekly would re-
peat that stand in an editorial in
its Sept 15 issue He said the
editorial would ask again "wheth-
er the large Jewish agencies that
are so much publicized in this
whole controversy and which has
een issuing comments really do
-peak for the whole of the Jewish
people "
He added he doubted this, and
said "we have very strong evi-
dence from letters to is that they
jo not
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fa* iff ftrridifor.
Pcge 7-A
Jesuits Say Editorial Wasn't Anti-Semitic
Zev Kogen, Miami Beach civic leader, discusses a forthcom-
ing Dedication Caravan to Israel with Miss Ila Har-El, of El Al
Airlines. The caravan is scheduled to leave Miami Beach on
Oct. 23 in a special El Al plane for Israel, where some 100
Greater Miamians will dedicate ground on which the future
city of Me Ami will be erected. The city was named after
Miami, Fla., in appreciation of the support given to the Jew-
.sh National Fund by Greater Miami Jewry. The Israel Gov-
ernment has arranged to welcome the group officially.
Virginia Nixes Charter
For Rockwells Bigots
Continued from Pap !*
r ired George Rockwell's Amen-
i.in Nazi Party and sough' to join
it. has meanwhile been charged by
Fairfax county police with shooting
lo death a Jewish boy. also aged
it. The shooting followed years
(: anti-Semitic agitation by the
Rockwell movement among high
school youths in northern Virginia.
The victim of the shoot in a was
Lewis M Goldfein, an honor stu-
dent, vice president of the Falls
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Church High School Student Coun-
cil, president of his class, and a
member of the varsity baseball and
wrestling trams. He was shot
down at night outside his home.
The accused, John C. Vinson,
Jr was described as a highly in-
telligent youth, possessing an 1 Q.
Ol 165. He was fascinated by Nazi-
ism and. according to the Wash*
ington Post, had previously been
i barged with painting a swastika
on private property.
The Post quoted a probationary
officer as stating that "young
Vinson had exhibited some Amer-
ican Nazi party literature on one
occasion and he understood, once
triec" lo join the organization but
was turred down because he was
too ycung."
Detective M. Herbell told the
Washington Star "he hated .lew- '
The detective also stated that
Vinson sought to associate himself
\r. h the Rockwell Nazi group.
, inson a son >f a Metropolitan
police officer who served on the
District of Columbia tone for 23
\ eai
NEW YORK(JTA)"America."
he Jesuil weekly which 10 days
ago "warned" that American .lew-
are encouraging the possible
spread of anti-Semitism by sup-
porting the decision of the United
States Supreme Court banning of-
ficial prayers lrorn''pwblic schools
Monday denied thai its editorial
#a8 a veiled threat to the Jewish
I community.
The Jesuit organ released an
editorial which will b( published
in its forthcoming issue of Sept.
15. in which it clarifies its stand
"On our record." the editorial
stated. it is obviousl) ridiculous
to suggest that America' ecu
lone- any form of anti-Semitism."
Claiming that the point of the
earlier editorial "has been blunt-
ed" by some of the accounts in the
daily pre--, the editorial released
declared:
"The purpose of our editorial,
which most commentator- appear
somehow [o have missed, was to
iquestion the assumption that Leo
Pfeffer (general counsel of the
'American Jewish Congress), the
AJC and a few other prominent
Jewish agencies speak as they
claim to do. for the Jewish people
as a whole "
Pointing out that more cases
involving principles of separa-
tion of church and state are now
pending before the Supreme
Court, the editorial released
Monday continued: "When and
if such decisions are handed
down, then unless it has been
made clear that Dr. Pfeffer and
the AJC do not speak for the
whole of American Jewry, Jews
in general will be unfairly blam-
ed for what in fact will have
been accomplished by a mere
handful of militants, allied with
an assortment of humanist
groups, ethical culturists, Uni-
tarians, secularists and atheists."
The editorial then cit
:ion> ( :. ::..- --. .. r Cath
olic organs: The Pilot. Iht
newspap*r <: thi Cath I Arch
dioc* st i I the Catholic
S< ript. oi !:.. : Conn.: the
Cathl lie K( view, e: I ;..!.!... n
irtthe~ Pitt.-'.migh 6atholic. Alt
our supported tin America
point of view
Replying to the i..t- -: editorial
n "America, Mr. Pfeffer said
Monday: "1; must never be :
en. as the editors of 'America' ap-
(ar tn he trying to do. that it
was t'ne Catholics and not the
lews who were responsible tor the
secularization of the American
public m :.' i Mr. Pfeffer
xplained that his reference meant
ihai most of the court cases to
take rt ligit ...- pra< tices out ol the
mblic schools were brought by
'atholics in "many state courts"
if New England, the Mid West and
hi S mth tin- end oi the 19th
centu'rj and the start oi the 20th.
The Central California Register,
official organ ol the Fre.-no-Monte-
rev Catholic Diocese. Monday took
i-sue ir. California with "America.""
tn an editorial entitled "Anti-
Semitic?" signed by the man-
aging editor, Gerald E. Sherry,
the Register declared itself "sad-
dened" by the "America" edi-
tcrial. "We are amazed," con-
t.nued the Register editorial,
"that 'America' lumped only
various Jewish groups with athe-
ism and humanists as opponents
c-J religious practices in public
schools. This is because it fail-
ed to mention the many Protest-
ant grovps also aligned in the
opposing camp. There are more
non-Jewish .iroups opposing of-
ficial prayers in public schools
than there are in the Jewish
faith. Indeed, there is not even
unanimity among Catholics on
this question."
The Register pointed out that
Pope John XXIII urges Catholics
o promote religion- unity and h;rs
issued a directive "thai "dins
references to Jew- should he elim-
inated from one of the orations
contained in the Holy Week cere-
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Register, "have an obligation to
work toward the easing of relig-
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Friday, September U, 1952
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Immigration May Hit Record High--Eshkcl -1
Herman Applebaum is shown with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
under one of the stained-qlass windows which he has en-
cowed in memory of his parents, and which will be dedicated
thw Fridcy evening at late services of Temple Ner Tamid.
Applebaum is one of 16 persons who will also be honored at
the service for the other stained-glass windows that they have
endowed. They include Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Miller, Mr.
end Mrs. Samuel Eaker, Mr. and Mrs. M. David Elwitt, Mrs.
Henrietta Fine, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goldman, Mrs. Clara
Slassman, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Trosky, Theodore Phillips,
Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Schwarz, Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Schoen-
ei 'cseph G. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. William Keats, Mr.
end Mrs. Isaac Fryd, Mrs. Anne C. Corrsin, and Mr. and Mrs.
:re Deemar.
Prosecutor in Eichmann Trial
Sentenced for Falsifying Papers
[\ JTA Yaakov
aror, former Tel Aviv district at-
j and a prosecutor in the Adoll
timann trial, was >entenced here
three months' imprisonment af-
ler pleading guilty to charges ol
aving obtained an attorney's lic-
ense under false pretenses.
In imposing sentence. Di-trict
Court Judge Elieser Malchi said:
"1 have no other way to save thr
iace of Israel juridicial. administra-
t.on which was so hurt in the case
Mr. Baror aNo admitted Raving
obtained money from ihe Govern-
ment under false pretenses as a re-
suit of his claim for the license.
He reeeive.1 seniority and pro-
fessional allowances payable to
qualified members of the bar in civil
service. Judge Malchi suspended,
i sentence for eight weeks to permit
' Baror to ask President Ben-Zvi for
clemency.
Continued from Page 1-A
called by Joseph Meyerhoff. ol
Baltimore, UJA general chairman.
Straining to keep up with the
heavy flow of immigration, Israel
is attempting to build 2,000 new
housing units monthly, Eshkol
disclosed. "But the pressure has
been so great," he added, "we
have been forced to put newcom-
ers into housing which in many
cares lacks water, light, sanita'/
arrangements, even internal
walls, so lor.j as we can give
them a roof over their heads."
"We are nol doing this because
we wanl to. but because lack ol
funds and linn make it Impossible
for us to meet the problems of this
massive immigration in as orderij
a fashion as we would prefer."
The people of Israel, he reveal-
ed, are meeting two thirds Ihe
costs ol imn igratii n absorption in
th( form ol extra taxes and i
pulsory loans "Bui even with
these, they cannol meet Ihe prob-
lem alone. The) must depend cm
world Jewry, primarily American
Jewry, to provide the funds to meet
ihe oilier third of these vast im-
migration and absorption expendi-
tures "
The UJA leaders wire also brief-
ed about another area ol extreme
Jewish need by E Iward M M War-
burg, L'JA honorary chairman, and
chairman of the L'JA-aided Amer
uar, Jewish Joint Distribution Com-
mittee The JDC leader reported
that the entry into Fn nee of more
than 150.000 Jewish refugees from
Ni rth African countries in the last
- pul tremendous bur-
dens upon his ors anization and
French Jewish welfare bodies
Warburg praised the French
government for the extensive
assistance it is giving to the new
refugees, who include 80,000 from
Algeria. He said, however, even
for those who do receive French
welfare aid such as the Algerian
Jews, there are extensive needs
of a Jewish religious and com-
munal nature which must be met
from Jewish sources.
Meanwhile, thousands of refugees
from Tunisia and other North
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+Je*isti ncridttan
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Tenth Anniversary for Reparations Pact
f. ;. SCHtAffU
Schecffer Named
To Home Council
Iward J. Schcaffer, president.
J Scheaffer & Associa'es \d
ising Agency, ol Miami, has
. n appointed a member of th<
Hi Homebuilding Marketing Coun-
Announcement of Scheaffer's ap-
ntment was made by James F
envoord, merchandising man-
er of Life Magazine
The Scheaffer Agencj has long
een active m the South Florida
me Builders' Assn., and today
Fts numerous builders, develop-
- co-ops, apartment buildings,
istrial accounts, financial Insti-
itions and building manufactur-
among its clients
The firm holds membership in
'h the South Florida Home Build-
s' Assn., and the Greater Miami
ifa< lurers' Assi
Senior Citizen
Programs Open
Over 300 older adults, in four
fferent locations in this commun
v. will celebrate the grand open-
k of the program year through
e senior citizens department of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com
unity ("enter.
An invitation is extended for all
senior citizens to attend these spe
. ;.l "open house"' ceremonies
re will be dancing, entertain '
ent and refreshments. The "open
use" ceremonies will be held at:
Miami Beach YMIIA Branch.
3536 Bay rd.. en Sunday at 2:30
' m
Miami YMIIA Branch. -450 Stt
ave on Sunday at 2:30 p in
Southwest YMIIA Branch. 7215
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JERUSALEM(JTAThe tenth
anniversary of the signing of the
Israel-West German reparations
agreement was marked here with
a statement issued by Finance
Minister Levi Eshkol. a special
program broadcast by Kol Israel,
the state radio network, and by
editorials in the country's leading
newspapers.
The statement by the F r.;r c
Minister which was prepared
prior to Mr. Eshkol's departure f r
Europe and the United States id
released heresaid that the Bonn
Government had fully and precise-
ly carried out the agreement in
accordance with the declared aim
to compensate for the material
damage caused by Hitler and his
criminal regime.
Participating speaxers in the
broadcast commemorating the
anniversary included ur. Nahum
Goldmann, president of the Con-
f-nce <*n Jw:h Material
Claims Against Germany; Moshe
Sharett, chairman of the Jewish
Aten-y executive; Pinhas Sapir,
Minister of Commerce and In-
dustry; Dr. Eliezer Srvrnar, had
of th 'srae! Mi'sioi in Colopne;
and Pro'. Frani Bothffl, who
horded the We't Gf>-m-.n de'e-
gat'o^ at the Luxembourg re-
parations negotiations.
!' :\ar. official organ of the H s-
i tn'rut. declared in i;s editorial
'hat, ement has
pen imi le in nte I correctly and
the payments were even acceler-
ated, it cannot be regarded a; any
kind o! atonement tor the terrible
crimes committed against the
Jews. "It represented at most a
modest restoration of stolen Jew-
ish property, the proceeds of which
were used for the economic absorp-
tion of tens of thousands of rcfu-
> gees who went through the hell
of concentration camps." the pa-
I per declared.
Haaretz. independent daily news
naper. noted that it was extreme-
ly difficult to imagine the develop-
ment of Israel's economy for the
pasl decade without reparations.
\t the same time, it sad that the
ilure of the Bonn Government
to establish diplomatic relations
with Israel was an example of
.....t h.'ai'tciln. s- "
Dr. Konrad Adenauer, the West
German Chancellor, observed the
t "nt h anniversary ol the signing
i the German-Israel Reparations
Agreement in 1952. In a statement
Monday in Bonn, declaring he felt
the pact had furnished "a solid
basis for steadily improving rela-
tions between the German people
and the Jews."
"I am satisfied," he asserted,
in a special message published
in fhe Government's official
Bulletin, "that the German Fed-
eral Republic has implemented
the obligation it assumed 10
years ago."
A number of the country's lead-
ling newspapers, noting the anni-
versary, declared editorially that
it is regrettable that then- are as
yet no formal diplomatic relations
between West Germany and Is-
rael. The Staatsanzeiger, of Co-
logne expressed the hope that
"this diplomatic twilight will soon
be removed unperturbed bj the
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world."'
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Jbwiift fk-ridknr
Fridoy. September 14. 1952
More than 500 Jewish leaders from the United States and
Canada will take part in the national planning conference
ior Israel Bonds at the Shoreham hotel in Wasrington, D.C..
en Sept. 21 to 23. Outstanding personalities who will address
the conference include top row (left to right) Levi Eshkol, Min-
ister of Finance of the State of Israel; Dr. David Horowitz,
Governor of the Bank of Israel; and Dr. Abba Hillel Silver,
chcirman of the board of governors of the Israel Bond drive.
Ecttom row (left to right) are Abraham Feinberg, president;
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president; and Samuel Rothberg,
.national campaign chairman of the State of Israel Bond Or-
ganization.
Washington Confab to Usher in Turning
Point for Israel Bond Campaign in U.S.
By Special Report
I irsl official announcement of
th( >tart of redemption of Israel
! ads scheduled for next May will
I ( made at the national planning
< inference of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization in Washington. D.C., for
tl.< three-day period beginning Fri-
i 5 Sept 21. according to Dr. Jos-
1; .1 Schwartz, vice president.
Finance Minister Levi Eshkol is
C( ming to the United States for the
purpose of outlining the program
oJ redemption to the Washington
conference. He will also report on
the country's increased develop-
r 1 nt needs arising from the con-
1 led mass influx of immigrants
and the necessitj of reclaiming
and si ttling large stretches of the
;% gi -. leseii
More than 500 Jewish leaders
from the United States and Can-
ada will assemble at the Shore-
ham hotel to usher in the fa'l
crive of the 1962 campaign to sell
56 6 500,000 in Israel Bonds and to
ciseuss the plans for the re-
cemption of the first Israel Inde-
pendence Savings Bonds, which
ill be repaid in full with ac-
crued interest, in accordance
with the original terms of the
Bonds.
"We believe that the approach
ing start of the redemption of Is
rael Bonds will be hailed by all
friends of Israel as a truly inspir-
ing landmark in Israel's economic-
coming of age.'- Dr. Schwartz de-
clared.
"While this occasion warrants a
feeling of pride in Israel's accom-
plishments on the road to econ-
omic independence, we must neith-
er overlook nor minimize the tre-
mendous development tasks that
still confront the people of Israel
in the fulfillment or their commit-
ments to many thousands of new
immigrants."
Among other speakers at the
Washington conference will be Dr.
David Horowitz. Governor of the
Bank of Israel; Dr. Yeshaiahu
Foerder. chairman of the Bank
Leumi le-Israel. Israel's largest
banking institution; Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver, chairman of the hoard of
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president; Samuel Rothberg. na-
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High Holiday Effort Beginning Sept. 29
Nearly 40 synagogues In Great-
er Miami will take part in the High
Holiday effort for State of Israel
Bonds, it was announced Wednes
day by Samuel Friedland, chair-
man of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organisation.
The participation of these syna-
gogues, Friedland said, "is of par-
ticular significance al the begin-
ning of the New Year, which will
witness two historic landmarks in
Israel's economic progress the re-
demption nf the firsl Israel In le
pendence Savings Bonds and th*
intensification of the development
of the Negev."
Synagogues throughout the
United States and Canada have
devoted a portion of their High
Holiday services to Israel Bonds
since the inception of the bond
campaign in 1951. The synagogue
effort has accounted for a sub-
stantial proportion of the total
raised by the Israel Bond drive,
which has now passed the $550,-
OO0.0C0 mark. a
The High Holidays include Rosh
Hashona, which will be observed
Saturday and Sum!, s S< pi 29 and
30, ushering in th< H< brev, Veai
5723 and Yom Kipi i n Monday,
Drawing attenl h< fact that
the first Israel B< nds will fall due
during tin i ns year, Fried
land noted thai n li n lion of the
Bonds "ill begir oi Maj
He added
"This histi ric milesl i r< fleets
the tii nu :..--' which I>-
rael h n onomic de-
m lopment I Israel
Bond>. Fine. 1951. when the hesan. more than S550.0OO, 3^
Israel i!< ni I ave been sold
"The intensified drive to de-
velop the Negev, which will 0e a
central aspect of Israel's national
life during the coming year
dramatizes the urgent need 'o
bring the southern half of the
country up to the economic level
of the North.
"Water mil-: he brought ft
from the Jordan River to th< Se.
ge\ ; more than 30.000 housin
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Page 11-A
Rabbi Kronish Offers Some Fresh Views on Israel
In spite of the recent dramatic
increase in refugee immigration.
Israel is continuing to expand its
dynamic program of assistance to
the newly-emerging nations of Asia
and Africa.
That was the report Wednesday
of Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple
Beth Sholom. following a three and
a half week study mission in Is-
1 ii'I. in which he surveyed major
projects of Histadrut, Israel's huge
labor movement.
"This surge of ill-fed, ill-cloth-
ed and, in fact, ill immigrants
has made Histadrut the vital
third force in absorbing this wave
of Jews, many from the strife-
torn lands of North Africa," Rab-
bi Kronish said.
"The United Jewish Appeal con-
tinues its vital task of bringing
immigrants into Israel. Dollars
realized from the sale of State ot
Israel Bonds provide the jobs and
istng necessary for every immi-
grant And Histadrut now provides
medical care for each immi-
grant from the moment he touches
eh ire
'it was disheartening to realize
lh.it the thousands of new immi-
ints are. through no fault of
their own. reintroducing into Is-
-I many of the diseases such as
Tculosie which had been con-
quered.
But such projects as the Great-
er Miami Medical Center in the
N'egev, sponsored by the Israel
Histadrut Committee of Greater
Miami, will play a key role in elim-
inating this challenge "
After meetings with Yehoshaua
Levi, treasurer of the Histadrut,
and I. Kanev, director general of
RABBI L(ON KRONISH
Histadrut's Kupat Holim welfare
services, it was decided that this
project will be located in the Ne-
gev capital of Beersheba.
"Although the major center will
be in Beersheba. Histadrut also is
setting up clinics in new towns such
as Arad even before they are ac-
tually built." the Miami Beach
spiritual leader said
Honorary chairman of Histadrut's
activities in Greater Miami. Rab-
bi Kronish made extensive studies
of the famed Histadrut Afro-Asian
Institute.
He met with Yehudit Simhoni.
head of Histadrut's political de-
partment, and founder of the Afro-
Asian Institute, directed until re-
cently by Eliahu Elath. former Is-
raeli Ambassador to the United
States and Great Britain, who re-
signed to accept the presidency of
the Hebrew University.
While visiting with Tangyanikan
and Nigerian students at the Insti-
tute, Rabbi Kronish asked one of
the Nigerians if he by chance knew
V'ehuda Ben Chorin, who had been
Ratbi Kronish's boyhood school-
mate in Brooklyn, and now is one
of Israel's foremost poultry ex-
perts.
"Do I know him!" replied the
Nigerian. "He was my teacher.
Israel sent him to our country to
introc'uce the revolutionary sys-
tem he pioneered in creating an
entire egg, chicken and frozen
poultry industry from scratch in
a kibbutz," the Nigerian lad re-
ported.
"It is through the efforts of such
men as Ben Chorin. who recently
returned from a two-year mission
to Teheran. Iran, that Israel is suc-
ceeding in establishing friendly and
fruitful economic relations with
new nations from their very day of
independence.'' Rabbi Kronish said.
"Although statements seemingly
alien to Israeli friendship appear
from time to time, they are only |
made to satisfy demands from the i
Arab nations. I was told by almost!
every Asian and African I quer-
ied."
Rabbi Kronish said Israel is
teaching the French-speaking and
English-speaking Africans in meth-
ods applicable according to their
individual language and cultural
background, all of which differ
widely. "Some of the new nations I
got much further along in educa-
tion and culture than others under
the colonial system. They cannot
each be treated the same," he
noted.
During his visit. Rabbi Kron-
ish visited the Reform synagogue
in Israel at 16 Shmuez Ha-Magid.
He found it well-established with
100 members, and an American-
trained graduate of the HUC-JIR
in Cincannti, Rabbi Jerome lin-
ger, in its pulpit.
"But now Rabbi Unger is mov-
Lng on to a second Reform
gogue in Kfra Shmaryahu. a Tel
Aviv suburb. And a third congre
gation exists in Haifa. All in a'.'.
what the Israelis term Chug Laya
hadut Ha-Mit-Kademet. the Assso
elation for Progressive Judaism
is well established if not officially
recognized in Israel."
Many Americans. Rabbi Kronis.i
I said, visit the chapel in the new
I Institute for Research Archeology
| in Jerusalem. This American
] sponsored project is not the actual
Reform or Liberal synagogue. Th
three congregations in Israel ar^
projects of the World Union, not
the United States alone, he noted
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Marcia Levitt, will present a Tora!-. to Be:'- ngregation
in memory of their mother, the late Mrs. '.
monies Sunday afternoon.
Youth Director At Beth David
Lewis Sternshein, president of
Beth David Congregation, this
week announced the appointment
of Irwin Weintraub as director of
the congregation's youth program.
Weintraub will serve as advisor to
the I'SY program and initiate an
activities program for the 9-to-12
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1 SAYINGS OF FATHERS
Chapter III M
R. Dosa. the son of Hor\inas.
:.i Morning sleep and middnv
wint. and children's tal\. and at-
lg the houses of assembly of
the ignorant, drive a man from the
world.

Pterlll 20
He used to tay: Everything
OH pldg( ami d net u
/or all the living. The shop
ana t'ie ledger lie* open; ami the
ites and u hosoever u whes
may come and borrow,
oile< ti n regularly mal\e
:.::!\ round; ami exact pa\-
' m man. whether he be
not, and the\ have (hat
n they can rely m their de-
and the judgment is a iudg-
i truth; and everything is
. r< d for the feast.
.
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Ben Zi ma Mid Who u u in '
from all men. as it
......' from all my teachers / have
11 e n understanding. Who it
lit who subdues his pas-
i- as it is Mid lit- thai is ilou
lg< I IS better than the mighty,
i thai rultrth over his spirit
thai ta.eth a city.
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Sn KJL WeJnt Of JH
iami s
r^cligious Let Us Observe Torah --
And Live in Contentment
By RABBI SHELDON STEINMETZ
Congregation Yehudah Moshe
The highlight, if it can be call-
ed that, of this week's portion of
the Torah is the fearful Toch
Vchah"the awful curse of God
which, lamentably, has been fulfill-
ed because of our transgressions.
This course follows the promise by
Moses that we will be rewarded it
we adhere to the Torah.
"And all these courses will
come upon you, and pursue you
and overtake you, until you are 'de-
stroyed' and they shall remain
on you for a sign and a token .
and the Lord will scatter you among
all the nations and you will
serve strange gods which neither
you nor your ancestors have
knowngods of wood and stone
The words of the "Toch
Vchah" are bitter and terrifying.
They are nothing new to us. how-
over, because we have seen their
fulfillment in our own time, since
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
E lda> Sj :i 'i:i K:30 a.m
Si: mi hi "Thi .. ,-.-..
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. R. Yjskc, president.
-
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con.
servative Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioaon.
Frir]ay a p "i s. tun a> 9 < m. Par
Mltxvah: William, Bon < Mr. and
Mr- 1tarry i Som] i -

BETH EL. 500 Sw mn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
da) 6 p.m Saturday 8:311 a m Ser-
mon: "Standing at ;. Crossroad." Bar
Mltxvah: livln, eon of Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Pi ;i
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GEMS OF WISDOM
W'hei I Ml th< labor of your
hands happy hall you be.
P8AI MS
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Only ih rough labor is onr ar
I \UERBACri
As th< ti
toil /< oth<
for mi / must
BETH EMETH. 1225C
Conservative. Rabbi
Cantor Hyman Fein.
Friday 8:15 p m Sermon
l lot." Saturday -: 13 a.m.
NW 2nd ave.
Simon April.
"Ih. Black
RABBI SHELDON STtlNMtTZ
. terrifying fulfillment
BETH ISRAEL. 400C Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
9&/,
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ILL,
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'..500 Year-Old Synagogue Found
JERUSALEM (JTA) An
iicheological discovery in Israel,
inearthed several months ago,
nought at first to have been part
f a Byzantine structure, has turn-
ed out to be the remains of a syna-
gogue dating back to the fifth cen-
ury of the Common Era.
Archeologists who had the floor
the old structure cleaned, found
beautiful mosaics, featuring a sev-
?n-branch menorah with all its
amps lighted. On one side of the
nienorah. a shofar had been engrav-
d; on the other side a pan for the
burning of incense was shown. The
iscovery was made when a bull-
dozen was excavating a site near
Seisan for the erection of a textile
mill
Urges Jews to Back Aid
NEW YORK (JTA) A lay
atholic leader and expert on Con-
titutional law asserted here this
reek that Jews were in error in op-
posing Federal aid to religious edu-
ation because such education was
the best guarantee" against relig-
aiu and racial injustice.
William B Ball, executive direc-
a of the Pennsylvania Catholic
Welfare Committee, and a consti-
utional lawyer, also urged Catho-
ics to remember "there has never
wen a history of anti-Semitism" in
he United States. He expressed
he opinion that Jews oppose public
M to religious schools because;
hey fear they would be left alone I
n weakened public schools aban-
doned by Protestants and Catholics
"or their own religious schools hol-
lered by such aid.
is
lewish Issue Injected in Campaign
NEW YORK (JTA) Charges
liat a Democratic State Assembly
andidate has caused the distribu-
ion of "vicious, anti-Semitic leaf-
BU" in front of Catholic churches,
an effort to defeat another Dem-
crat who is Jewish, were made
iCre by the Jewish candidate. Both
ere Democratic candidates in a
rimary election.
Involved were Hyman J. Green-
er"., a Jew, and James McGinniss,
oth of Queens, a borough of New
'ork City, According to Green-
erg, the leaflets, printed in red.
fere passed out in front of Catho-
churches in Queens, and cli
Ctly and by innuendo cast asper-
ns on the Jewish people."
U leaflets, said Greenberg.
.rr lesigned "to tell the peoplt
1 it's a Jew named Greenl i
is running."
we fail to live up to the covenant the Lord made with us.
For. in (act, the curses have come upon us; thev have pursued and
overtaken us. It is interesting to note that the word for "destroyed"
is also used in Hebrew for "converted." which brings us to the second''"
half of the question: "And the Lord will scatter you among all the
nations ." To our misfortune, we have seen the fulfillment of this
part of the curse, as well.
We have been scattered among all the nations. We are serving
strange gods which were unknown to our incestors. We are steeped
in materialism. We have been "converted" from spirituality to com-
mercialism. We worship material objects, making money our god.
We have been cursed through the "Toch 'achah" to such an extent that
our religion has been "destroyed" by being "converted."
"And all these curses shall remain on you for a sign and a
token ." Here, too, we have seen the fulfillment of the curse, which
is due to our failure to obey His Torah. The Jew has been singled out
for persecution. He is the scapegoat for all the troubles of all the
nations of the world, with the Toch Vchah" coming true in its en-
tirety.
What is the remedy to this age-old problem? The answer is ob-
vious, and has been so since our existence. The Torah. As long as
we observe the Torah. we will live in peace and contentment. If we
fail in our obligation, then will the "Toch Vchah" be maintained.
Let us. then, particularly now before the New Year, devote our
minds, our hearts and our souls to the study and the observance of the
Torah. Let us guard it like the precious treasure it is. Then can we
look forward to an area of peace and harmony, for then will "The Lord
give strength to His people, the Lord will bless His people with peace."
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
Friday 6:20 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "High Holj Daj Shopping
for Religion.' ; p.m. Bar Mltsvan:
Paul, .-"ii of M: and Mrs. Michael
nun. Mas.
SO I -I\M I < R.VBBA.
I rider thi sign of labor we go
[into the promised land. HER.ZL.

Lai lOtM than an-
., :... GENESIS H.MUi.v

H(i> ... .. but otif u'ord
WODAH /i' u orl; and worship.
BERGMAN

;
BETH KOOESH. 1101 SW 12th ave.
Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Friday 6:15 p.m. Saturday vtr. a.tn,
Sermon: "Is War InevltabU '.' '

BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.

BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.

BETH TORAH. 1b4in si. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday S:45 a.m.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 8755 SW 1th at., Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:43 a.m.
Sermon: "An Astonishment, a Prov-
erb, a Byword." Bar Miizvah: Steph-
en, m of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sch-
neidman.
BADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con.
servative. Rabbi Harold Richtsr.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Why the
Jew I^iiichs." Saturday S:30 a.m Bar
MitSVah: Keith, son of Mr. anil Mrs.
George Weacourt; Arthur, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Fried.
Why does the Jewish law prohibit
tattooing?
The basis of this prohibition is
the verse in the Bible (Lev. 19:28)
where it is expressly stated that
one shall not make any marks upon
one's self. The rabbis have inter-
preted this prohibition as a demon-
stration of the fact that man is
"the image of the Creator" and
that an act of tattoo would consti-
tute a multilation of something
Holy. Furthermore, both the body
and the soul of man belong to the
Almighty, and man is responsible
to guard both against damage. It
also seems clear that tattooing was
a form of pagan worship in times
of old, and the Israelites were for-
bidden to copy these pagan cus-
toms.
* *
Why is it customary to smear the
contents of a broken 099 with
its shell upon the head of a
corpse?
In a sense this symbolizes the
cycle of life and death inasmuch
as the original egg was a living
organism and the broken egg in-
terrupted its life's span. Further-
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This page is prepared in CO
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Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCFMPP
Gems of Wisdom
to dress as men?
This is openly forbidden in the
Bible (Deut. 22:5). The commen-
taries group this prohibition with
many prohibitions that prevent
man from erasing the divisions
made by nature in the universe.
Obviously nature, by Divine Provi-
dence, determined that there shall
be a difference between the male
and the female. When one sex
dresses in the clothes of the other,
it is regarded as a defiance of
the laws of nature and the will of
the Almighty Some sources point
more, it is claimed that the life of to the fact that dressing the sexes
man is only a potential to his ac-
tual life after death, as the egg
is to the chicken that breaks out
of it later. The broken egg sym-
in the garb of their opposite was
a tactic used in some early primi-
tive tribes in their magic rites.
The Israelites were prohibited
bolizes the transition of life from from copying these idolatrous prat-
the earthly stage to the heavenly tices.
stage. The egg aNo symbolizes
man's dreamg and aspirations
which are broken at his demist
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Why is it prohibited for men to
dress s women and for women
Cl pter III
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FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosen-
feld.
F'riday 6:30 p.m Saturday s:3l a.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Saturday v:i" a.m
Sermon: "The Problem of udali i
Car Mltsvan: Philip, son of Mrs. Tli- I
lie Kromsky.
I MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern:
Traditional.

i OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 646
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmras.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Baraion: "At the
Gates." Saturday : p.m. Bar Mils-
vah: Howard, eon of Mr, and Mrs.
I 'avid Qre< nintl.
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TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN 108S
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Mor-
ris Berger. *
Friday 8il5 p.m. Sermon: "Experience
as a Qulde." Saturday 9 a.m. liar
Mitzvah: James, ton of Mr. and Mrs.
Coleman RoaenfwM
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
Frldaj j ::, p.m. Sermon: "What is
a Rabbi?"
a
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
I,rlda> 8:80 p.m.
Development ..t the High Horj Days."

TEM.PLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunlland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. rllfr.l Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon "Ben-fJurion
Thi Religious Btruntle in Israel."
Saturday 10:30 a m. Sermon Book
"t i >e;iti ronomy."
e
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Can-
tor Ernest Steiner.
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TEV.PLE BETH SNO',OiV. 4144 Chast
sve. Liberal, FJa^br Leon Krcnish
Cantor David Conviser.
i"\\in^ -< \;. e> will include a Liberal
Interpretation of traditional lliuh
Holy Day prayers and Bangs, by Rabbi
Krnolsh and Cantor Convlaer. Sat-
urday 10:43 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Robed
son of 1'r. and Mrs. Lewis (.Iluvekauf.
Robert, son of Mr, and Mis. Morton
\i.... |

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
FVIda ^30 p.m. Sermon: "IIIessinKH
and Curses How Real are They?'
Saturday 9:30 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: i-aw-
rence. son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Norman.

TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
FYiday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "School HeKinsOur Commun-
ity is Challenged." Itar Mltxvah:
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Gllckman.

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th et.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.

TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecai
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
Friday S:K> p.m. Installation of Can-
tor Richard Brown. Saturday 10:30
a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Barry, son of Jack
W< nsteln.

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.

TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Saul H. Breeh.
rnila\ 8:1 p.m. Sermon: "We Re-
dedlcati Ourselves." Twelve stained
giaaa windows will bl dedicated. Sat-
urday 8:45 a.m Bar Mltsvah: Mau-
rice, -on c.f Mr. and Mrs. Uatnett
Joseph.

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy.
e
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Friday S:30 p.m Sermon: "The Busi-
ness of Religion." Saturday B a.m
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative.

TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Zvi.
I'riilay 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "This Day
Thou Art Beconu Peopli Unto the
Lo v Thy God." Saturday V4."> m
Sermon: "Tin Coming into Your
Land."

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: 'Thy Oo-
itiK Out and Coming In." Itas Mitz-
vah: Coralle, daughter Of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel s. hirer. Saturday 9:30
a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Kenneth, son of
Mr. and Mrs. .Marvin Bloom.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday B:15 p.m. Sermon: "Tread
Sermon: "Historical r*?"*'^ 0m>i ?h*bbH ho: Sister-
hood. Saturday i> am.
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
I
CANDLEUGHTING T./Mf
15Elul 6:12 p.m.


Fcqe 14-A
rJmlsf fhridicur
Friday, September 14, jc2
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Shower of Soft Covers With Much Good in Them All
nd
and
HEBREW MADE EASY. By Rabbi Joseph Zeitlin
Shuihannah Spector. Liveright.
HEBREW REBORN. By Shalom Spiegel. Meridian
Jrwuh Publication Society. $1.95.
AMERICAN JEWRY AND THE CIVIL WAR. By Bertram
W. Kom. Meridian and JPS. $1.55.
A HISTORY OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE. By Hugh J.
Schonfield. Mentor Original. $ .75.
A QUARTET OF soft-cover books have been pleading
for recognition for some time now; every week that
i pass them by, l am reproached bj then- patient spines
Now. before the task of reading my waj out from under
the publishers shower of fall titles begin! to loom too
Ineluctably, Ml give them their airing. They're too good
to leave, anyway
Hebrew Made Easy." by Rabbi Joseph /.e.tlin and
Shuihannah Spector, is out in its third edition, with some
changes, many tips on life in Israel. nificentlv simple format Modeled on the Army method
Of teaching language by conversation, with a bare mm
imum of grammar, the authors have managed to be
creative even about the conversational phrases they
choose; one can learn Hebrew here and speak without
sounding like a page from a primer. No 'here is the
pen of my aunt;- rather, 'listen here, young man and
wear it well" and "so long, culie"' Native Palestinian
Mrs. Spector. hv the way. is thi much-loved light of the
first grade at the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami.
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
The Court Loses a Great Jurist in Frankfurter
Washington
PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S nomination
ol Secret a r> ol 1 abor Goldberg to the
erne Court is deeply significant to
i ncan Jew rj.
mi Far sinci 19lf
M n s appointment
& prcme C
tvoki on from ,nc
-. i ol bis bu< out of the Sena!
\V1 i Brai eis pinions isu; y i xpi' -->': tht
I hey u timatt ly I
\ ... .. f the 1930s
sevelt trans ati d ii t of the ]
nei! ulation >'i banking, tht v'
. mpanie; protectioi
argainii Is. ai
...... ...-.,
r. : v-< .. seyelt refei
One of Brandeis' inti
>
invrti
OH the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
What is 'America7?
AMERICA What

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k thai t this
thi lew ni i Vmt r
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.. -, and s e are relucl ra h
ts Sepi --... the J
weekly c; s Jewish organizations opposing r<
schools fot
, \-. ...,- Mould do it hi.- ..,..-. was rightde-
the hilt with gut ii tht
,, urts on | pit and street corner.
rm and It ctern. The
a pent theii arning. st
to havt over ked tht basw <:;> that .. citit
.n would be remiss n their civic
time they
-,,, their views were not poi u ar i r did
ns of a | |
. ..- trj BTOUS 01
T\
atholic Churt
- prayers in tht
public schools N
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ews.
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of Central European Jews Frankfurter arrived from Au-
stria at the agt ol 12,
ikfurter first gained notict as a passionati
eral, one ol the most devoted defenders ol Sacco and \
., ; ii, as also realist who worked diligentl> in the
- to shape tht legislation of the New Pea; As .. Har
vard law prolessor and respecti nsulttant in Wash-
kfurter exert. fluence in the es
li.-hment ol Roosevelt's administrative agencies, Man>
former Frankfurter students entered (host agencies
philosi phj doing much t< rniie the
icai ioven ment.
In ] tevt ll ..; ; b Frankfurter b tl i Su
preme Courl t< fill the seal vacated by another distin-
-h jurist. Bi i jan ii ardi In those d s -
Europi 'Id. extremis! i
i L'nited Statt tht Frankfurter i
menl
ticlsn thai as ; ackn -
thai Frankfurter as a lical
: P|t com ed ti ntin att N Jew
ever let
known Frankfurtt i i
-- incert
pesl -- -
r to Wasl e \va<
[i.. ndship hi- enjoyed with Fi
the earl) I thi --.-
It is n that conservatives
from thi rt as
Fi r Fi reci ni
. r, liber *
the -
r.sti states 1
schi
.... ....
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si sophici lers [tht rt's
-. --. ati o\ <: ave decidi
In retiremenl Frankfurter car reca
great Federal Judge Learm Hai Shoi
his recent
si in portant s figurt in our
judit ial sj
The appointment of Goldberg mes a! .. timt hen
h. s.:; irt has i mt rged as I i n >si dyn,
force i< our national lift The Coun has bet mi catalytic
factor for progress and ehangt
At tht ag< .: ."4. Goldberf I ecome the most fective member ol the Cabinei Thi:. was surprise after
tht Su] mrt appoint:!.-: as announced, how
ever This was not becaust loubl of hi- merit.
tht President was w
net posi
In an) evenl .- ther bnlliam rney of .'.
".. the fou rj will sent on the Supreme
irt Tht ap| intment j- th< sevell tradition.
Mr. Kennedy's ngness i part Gt Idberg I
-, ( he i and tram
suggest! : -.
Our Film folk:
Shalom Spiegel's 'Hebrew Reborn," an account of
tht emergence, revival and renascence of the Hebrew
guagt and Hebrew letters, is heavy on history ;!r,d
light m linguistics, and packs a lot into its 482 pages
There are chapters on Kabbi Moshe Chain Luzatto and
Samuel David Luzatto, on Nachman Krochmal. A. B.
Gottlober and Chassidic literature. Herzl, Abraham Mapu
and Mendele. Ahad Ha'am, J. L Gordon, the poet Saul
Tchernichovski. Bcrditehewski. the fanatic Bliezer ben
Jehuda, and many others. One might get lost in the by.
ways of Spiegel's overwhelming scholarship, but it won't
be boring.
Philadelphia Rabbi Bertram Korn has written a doc-
umented account of American Jewry and the Civil War''
which is a fascinating immersion in the Jewish world a
century ago. A chapter on Judaeophobia from I8i;i |C
1865 reveals the extent of prejudice against the Jewi
from both I'nion and Confederate sides Another section
i (als with Lincoln's friendship for the British Jew, Abra-
Jones, of Quincy, III. Many of the author's source!
. t riginal and previouslj unused
Dr Hugh Schonfield's "A History of Biblical Liter-
.tan- includes the Christian testament '"11
_. nda material charged with the fervor of messianii con-
victions as well as Torah and the -acred writii
attempts to place the whole of Biblical literatun
setting, discussing its sources and th< pi
iblical scholarship. The study is verj
peal t" the studentwhatever his
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR

Adlai May Repeat
REMEMBER THE critlCl."
. : i -. \:t.t ri< an .'
I i | x u ns General \ -
b- Isi
(talks? Be | t thi
i :
IN \--.-.Iilj sessiim
Stevi
lion 1 the I'N
si ii Thi SI

I this
busy seeking 1 i
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nch is a_i
i
. t e ither V
stain ft
thei

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ef ugees 1 etei
taki insti
pi now in pn |
nited Nations by Dr Joseph E
is itini
.- ... :- Israel and the '
- iate ;h< Arab ret
attitude is that as
t moving toward a
It a, .,:.: be premature to ent u
Israel i 11 I rse. is nol
an Jewish organiiations
-I.-, an trab-Israel peace reached.
With the reopening of the public -. h
ovei thi ruling of the L s Supremi
. the New York Regents' Prayer fi
a ill mount. And Jewish or
I interfaith friendship hut a
timi insisting on the huK_"
statt thi spirit of the I' S Constii
.->-.. situation.
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Ed Wynn Presents a Jewish Nat'l. Fund Award
CO WYNN
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^Jenisii Fk>ridlfar)
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAWc LAW
.. u-E IS HEREB' : IN thai
>, relgiii I, ili ntam In
.,- unili : ihe ffctlt >us name of
IE M ET \ i.s v W
Rlvei li\' M F1 ii i la in
. r. -ji-tir said ..... Ith th
.[ I hi ''ii' I
nn Florida
PAY HALL. W ile
in: in. Goldstein .-.
- foi Ri elsti ii
x, Ftasler Btr0t <
.. Florida
H.,.1.
ler
1-21-21, I" '
rAtJttW
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
<; .TiOE IS HERE HI UV'E.N thai
rslgned, desiring f engage In
-- iiniii r i' fli 'i ius name of
:NKYS RESTAURANT \ SAND
!l SHOP .u 2691 N ith Ave-
Mlaml, Floi Ida nten In to rea -
. ,ii name with the "lerk "f
i nil Court of iii- i 'ount).
BENLIL INC.
(a i-ia. Cori i
Sole 11 nei
Telteln .mi A \ be
\ for Appl
I A Flagjer Street
| 14-21-24 > 5

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
iTIi'E IS IIKHKIO HV-BN that
I. ralftni d. deslrl ^ to ngagi In
-- undi r 'ii- fti tltl tun name of
.'HIV PRi iPERTIES -i > N i:
.. -iir .- I
' '!.. I'll. Hi- ',.-
1 li
|-i:i:ki:nvi: can!
"hard a 'arls vi
Si-Ii- i iw t -
I Teitelmai
for Applli ae--
Flagli Sti -''
' 14-21-2*. 10 -,
|l "HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NTH JUDICIAL C RCLIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FC OADE
COUNTY. IN C->NCERY
NO. 62C I
. I.I I \M.-i:' IS IN -
BY HENRY LEONARD
FRATERNAL \| 0]\
ORDER k-WoWU
"In the two weeks since I assumed the presi-
dency, I can state in all honesty, our organization
has made the greatest strides in its history!"
Copr. 1962. Darenu Production!
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE


". \ M s \l 11 l:
SAI ll'K hi-
l.lllt
NOTiCE OF SUIT
IRAH \M s.\l IfR .. -
: Sldne) Sadur,
ESIkmont \
'IrtMM Long isi i irk
il. !i- I.. n i !;-
tptlom 'li* en in -
.it.. Hist \ .. '|ri :'
: the ELEVE :th i idh Inl
ii' of I- lorlda In in I foi I >A I IE
. :--\ tn foreclose i i .: upon
Jlowlna iij>' rlbed i i|n t't>
I..I i in Block ". r S'OTT I. VKE
M \.\i 'I: SEl "Tli IN ONE i nrding
t i thi l 'tat thereof i.- ir le I In Plal
:. .ii Page : i th Puhlli
i. i- ( l 'a i.- Fl ii Ida.
j her w t h Parade il r Heat-
r U id< l .- Ifll-PX .1 No 136-
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i plaintiffs ... nli the
th< ifon >"l
i opj thereof ilntlfl -
MARTIN in 14th Floor
' leral in. ^ in j.
i| l.u. i : har '. -:
'.'.. I 'i .
igalnst yo
E. B. LEATI
'lerk of the I'll
By: N. A HE !TT
i lepul
'IN FINE
i for Plaintiff
Hade Pi a
-. Florida
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"HE CIRCUIT CO'JRT OF THE
I NTH JUDIClA'. C RCLIT OF
-LORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CH1NCERV
NO. 62C rAZ
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recorded In Pint Book ii il
of the Publi
t'ounty, Florida I | il v> ith
ilnghousi l i HL-12.
ii t. null sd it- .iii-
Plaintiff coi lain) with the
I tii,- aforesaid "ourt, and
opj tii. i. |,i lintlff's
e) MARTIN FINE 14th Floor
Federal Bldg Mia Ploi -
1 later than Ooto isr I i
Pro > > will be
i igalnal \,,u
E. B I.EATHERM v \"
Clerk of the Ctrouil C
Bj : N A HEW E
I leputs
RTIN PINE
t;-> f..r Plaintiff
i iade Fed iral Bldg
lorlda
9/14-21-28. 1" I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TIT'S is HEREB) (1IVEN thai
li rslgned, desil t to
-- under the fli l II m
1 HVIEW Al'Al; -:i
liladea Drive, orth Miami
- i
'lth thr t'lerk of the
i 'ade i 'ounti I' Id .
M.TY INC ,a -- HI. )
I in 'i in i;..- id i Sole iwnec
RE NEL-S
| ,. .
* ncoln Road
| li, Fla.
1, 9/7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
No. 57011-B
IN RE :*i.-
EMM v KEKS'HNE
I'.-. ,.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
VI ill a ml \ ii 11 a i -
lug i 'lain Hemanilti >-.; ilnsi Snhl
I: ta i
Y'Ul I]
I to p- .i aw and -l.-ni.....I--
\\ in.-ii \ iu rna j 'in igalnal t hi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTIt'E IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the underalgned, dealrlng to engagi
mii bUHlnesH under the fictitioua ni
of MAC HENRY al 218 N.W. .'.'.ili
: M ami, l lorlda, int. ml- to
register nalil nami with tin- Clerk of
tin- i "In nil i'i.iii t nf I iade I 'uunti.
Florida
i IWNKR, I'l.i iKIl il AN HALF".
PINTS. INI'
A Fli rill.i Corporation
By UAVII.I I.EVINE. Attorney.
- 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 5758
THE BROOKLYN SAVINGS BANK,
I'la Mi! Iff.
VS.
HAROI.H SARUENT BUl't'HKR nnc]
ROKEMARIE BOCCHER. his wife.
and l.nl'IS lili'KMAN an,I MIKI \ M
DICKMAN, his ifi-,
I lefendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
li' I.iiIIS DICKMAN and MIRIAM
DICKMAN, Iii- Wife
2965 Avenue '/.
Brookl) ii 15, New 1
V 11 are nei bj notified thai the
abovi i-uptinned action has been In-
stituted agalnsi you In the Circuit
I'nurt ..i the ELEVENTH Judicial
Circuit of Florida in and for DADt,
County i" foreclose r niortgage upon
the following described real property:
Lol 1^. Block II, FIRST VDDITION
TO MYRTLE URoVE. Hccnrding to
the Plal thereof, recorded In Plat
Bo..k :; at Page 2 of the P ibl
I:,. .a da I iade 'ount>. Floi iila.
together with O.E. Washing Ma-
. hiliii Model ii.M-l.l. ; E. Ri frlg-
ei ator Modi I l,H 92 1.1:, i; E Rangi .
Model i '; -I. Venetian Blinds,
Washing Machine I irn In.
\^\i are required to file youi an-
NOTICE UNDER swer plaintiff's complainl with the
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -Clerk -t the aforesaid Court, anil
NOTICE is in.1.1.1.....M.N ili.it ...n......, u,.,-,.,,( |, plaintiff's
the underabjned, desiring to engagi In Httorne\ MARTIN PINE, 14th I i
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
i
uslness under tin- fictitious name of
TREASCRK ISLAND SERVICE STA-
TION at l^M -is:.:: T: tli Causeway,
North Baj Village, Hi.ri.la int.-nil-. -.-
register said name with tin- I'lt-rk of
the Circuit Court "f Bade County,
i
SA M Si Ml "KSI 'K
LEEK & ANKIS. i:.-.|-
Attorneys for Sam Soillckson
tat,- ii ::.: M A KKRMHNKIt de- '-'" Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
a-.-,I .. i i i I .iinn I- lol I'll.
:.. the >'.:>!! Judges if I iade coUnl -
r \. and file the u me in duplii -it.- and
as uro i i.- i Seel Ion T:.: 16, I ..i Ida
Statutes i .ifi-.-s in tii,- I'oiin-
ty Courthouse In Itode County. Plor-
i'a. within -;\ -ai-n-iar months from
the tin.- il rirsl publication here-
of, .it- th- -:' will ii.- bai red
..I it Miami, Florida, tin.- -; t li
da) ..I Sepl A-D-. I -'
SAMDKLKERSHNER
As Executor
Kirsi itlon .1 thi- ii-.ti>-- an
hi 11' I. Si ptember, 1S62
I- U'NCE, PINK .v FORM \N
-
--:i-t \li imi. Pla
I l-Jl-.'s. in ;,
NOTICE 3V =U3LICATI0N
IN THE CiaCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JLD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOROA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTv in CHANCERY.
\) o." 6o87
ANITA NEW n
Pla t
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BOW USD S N IN ilso kn iwn as
EDWARD n.VMl'EIJS NEWTON.
an.I Fil:- .;:,:a SAVINGS .v
1.' IAN A.-.-.N il Ml \.MI.
Del i -
SUIT FOR SUPPORT A
'.; A IN T=N A\C AND
UNCONNECTED WITH OIVOF'CE
Tii. EDV\ \ : \ .N
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Pi
M. bin*I ip I
Y.iii .'. fl New I in, also know n
,,s Etivk I fl Samuels Newton are
,- i Kill ..i i'..in
plain. : .v .Ma Intenance &
i Ith i *ores ha- been
Lied Hid you are requir-
ed :.' nei -..- >i > -it:t Aii-u ,-i ..I
I 'leading to the I 'ompl tint on
the P Abe Schonfeld,
.: l.ii toad. Mi .mi Hi h, I- lol
da i' irlginal Answer ..t
g li fflce ol the Clerk ..!
; he i -it "ii "i' befol -
- itember, i'."i- If you
in!-.-..- (ii bj default HI
!.. ;.,k- ; i foi the relief
lemun i- i till of C implalnl
This I- published once
each \^ k foui in lei il \\ ^^ .'.'k.--
iii Till: I i\\ -:. PI.i iRI DIAN
DONE VND iRDERED at Miami,
.:' August, A. 11.
<:-:
: i.i: \ I'HERMAN, Clerk,
i .....i i 'ounty, Floi i.la
IN i'ALTKNMAN
, >eput) 'lerk
ABE s -|i iNPELD
120 Llm .-
Miami B
\ -i
s H-tl, T-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the utulersigi i lesirlng to engage la
business md fictitious name if
HOT I"'-: HOLIDAY at Suite 170,
24-jii Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, I'la .
Intend to reglstei -ni name with the
Clerk .!' the tuli Court of Dade
Count). Fl I
PHILLIP QRAY
ROBURT ItANTD'iRD
r.M.IAN ill'. WALLER \ I.IT.MAN
Attoi nej I ii Phillip Oraj and
Robei t Rai iord
8 _'(-::t. 9 T-ll
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N | IREBY 11IVEN that
the imi signed .-in: i-.- In
;'!..- :: 1111,. .if
\ :. I ANUS V MANTES DE
> -. i;,,\ :;.i| in
the I'm .' '' "i I. Florid i Intendi
name with tin1
i' 14-21- Ml
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTIt'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
|b) virtue of Chapter 67s of Florida
Statutes Annotated (1941), Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts,
wherein ACE-R.B. VAN LINES, INC.,
a Florida corporation, by virtue of Its
warehouse lien, has in its possession
the following described property:
Household Goods Aa the propert)
of Murra) (Sotllnsky, last known ad-
dress -s I'. '.'1st Street, Brooklyn,
NY. ami that on the l".tti da) of
October, 1962, during thi legal hours
..I sale, inainh between 11:00 fore-
noon and 2:00 In the afteri.....n, ul
!1 N W -'lih Avenue, Miami, Flor-
ida, the undersigned shall offei foi
sale to the highest blddei for cash
In hand the above described property,
as the propert) of Murra) Gotlinsky.
la.-i known address *88 E 9lsl Street,
Brooklyn, N.Y.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this Tih
das ..' Septemlier, 1962
\|'i: It It SAN LINKS. INC.
: 11-21
Dude Federal Bldg Miami 32, Floi Ida
noi lati r than Septembi 24, I! 2,
.. I ie..... Pro I '..ni------- n I- enter-
ed agalnsi you.
I ia tell August 20, 1962
E. B LKATHERMAN, Clerk
,.f the i 'ircult < 'i.urt
..-.all II) : HELEN KESSLER
I lepul del ..
MARTIN I INK
Attorne) for Plaintiff
i ith F on i di Federal Bldg
M .inn :;:. I-1...I.i.i
S 21-31, H 7-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi in
business under the fictitious n ......
TROY APARTMENTS al :" Collins
Miami I leai it intends t<- i -
Istel said name with tin- Clerk ol thi
i'Ircult Court ..f Dade County, Flo -
i.la.
LEONARD ISRAEL
Ko\ ii- : .v Mannhelmer
vi'.'iii. i- ; r ..\ Aparlmenta
s 24-31.9 : 14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 8995
MA1ER B VIS.MAN.
Plaintiff,
vs
MILDRED TELLY I'.AI'SMAN.
1 lefendant.
in MILDRED TELLY h.M.vMAN
\" 7 i'ottage Lane
I'ppei .-.fli- Rlvi r, Ni a Jers
You, MILDRED TELLY BACSMAN,
hi reb) notified that a Bill (
.mi for Divorce hs Been filed
againsl you, an.I you an reu ilred >
-.n. .i cop) ..t >..iii- At: swer oi I
Ing t.. the Bill "t Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, ANOELO A \:.
i l Am.;, ) Building, Miami '.:
iiia ami file tl.....t initial Ansu--
Pleading n. thi nffici ..i thi Clerk
a' th "Ircult 'ourl on or b< :
:nli da) of Septembei 1962, If you
tail to do -.. judgment bj efa t
will la- taken againsl you f'r tin : -
I di mandi >l In the Bill nf I' im
plalnl
This ill be published >
each wi ek im four .....- itlvi i
m Till-: JEWISH PLORIDIAN
DONE ANN ORDERED at M
Florida, tin.- 17th da) .! Augusl a l>.
1962
E II LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
. i 'ourt, l >adi 'i .' Florida
B) C. I' '' IPE1-AN
I.. mil v "lerk
VNGKMI A All
I.." Vlnsle) \- illdlng
Mian 12 Florida
Att..t ne) for Plaintiff
- .'i-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 56493-C
IN RE Estate ..I
l-'l:.\ Ni IS A TAHl'A I'A
I),..., .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
11ms .! Demands Againsl Said
Ei i it.
i i' hereb) nol fled ami re-
qulred in present an) claims ami de-
mands which vou ma) have against
Hi.- estate ..I FRANCIS A TABOADA
i.-< .'.i-.-.l lal.- ..I I'ail.- t*i.tini\. Flor-
ida, I" tin- '""imtv Judges of I'aiie
County, an.I nl. tin- sain.- in their
offices in tin- County Courthous
l i.i.- County, Florida, wiihm ~i\
I'll).n- months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will he barred
ALLEN Cl IPER
A.Iininistr.it'.r
W KENT JAMESON
Attorne)
17i;i N.w 16th Street
- ':. i' 7-l4-:i
to
Dated U

lurl 'I 1 'aile
i. I-" .: I i 'his l '.til

; \:: \
[.ESTER .-ir -
\ ,h nit.
\ '
.1
s .1 || I
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-20605
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
A Finest..... holder <>f Clt) "f -Miami
Lien Sal.- Certificate No .".": Issued
tin- 8th da) ..f June, A.D I960, lias
til.-.I same in my office, ami ha- made
application for a tax ilecil to h- is-
-n.-.1 thereon Said Certificate em-
braces iln- following described prop-
ert) in tii.- County "I Dade, State of
Florida, to-wll
Lol -' Block Hi Less W :' "' St
Northwest Seventh Avenue Addition
Plal Book 7 Page 16, in the City ..f
Miami. I'..mm ,,f I <....... Stale .,f embiaci 11
Florida. ''> "' :l
The assessment ..f siild propert)
iimt.-r tin- saiii certificate was in the
name .if: Hiram ''nlm.-r
I'ni.-ss mii.i certificate shall be re-
deemed according t" law, tin- prop-
ert) described herein will he sold t..
Hi.- highest bidder hi the Court House
floor .ni th.- first Monday in the
in,mill ,.r October, i^i>:'. which is the
1st day "f ii-tnii.-r. 1962
Dated this 22nd daj of August, 1962
E. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk nf
Circuit Court, i 'ade Count) I i i .
is.all B) IS M. LEEPER,
Deput) Clerk
s _' I ''!.' 7 I
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-20820
Notice is hereby given that
Den Buskin, holder >.f Count) 'r.ix
Sal.- Certificates numbered 4291 and
......I thi -' -i.i | "i June, A.D
It'".:*, ha.- filed same in m> office, ami
ha- made application foi a tax deed
:.. I" IssUi .1 :!.......i Salil certificates
-ni.!.,.. th. following described prop-
ert) in the i '. ititv of I 'ml. Stati
.! I- 1. '. H ->' it
Lots .. In' Block 9 Coral
Highlands Plal Book 16 Pagi "-:
it, tii. i 'oiint) ..t I Mil. .-.,; .I
Florida, as embraced in Certlficnti
No.
Tie assessnienl .: nalcl propert) nu-
ll, i th. -..ni cei-tlficati Issued was In
th.- natile "i -I"- Stati Builili : -
In,
I...t III Bloi k -''. i'.........I irovi s..
Coral hi bli Plal Book I : I' .-
i 'ount > >>i I... i. Stati "t
l-'l.'i i.i.. ..- .ii.l.i.....i i i -. ..:.
\.. I'..
In i Th. assessment <' walil proper!) un-
i|. der thi ertificati Issin il as In
the II.. lite i| A nn.I I 'at.i la -
Unless said i" n
i' ......riling i" la w thi pi op-
art) described herein will be -"i.1 to
the' htglu -i blddei al I.. i 11. lit
door t. thi first Mondu in : hi
nn.nth ..' ; her, 1962, whl h I* thi
:.-: da) ol ... ... t. "
1 late.i tin- 22nd da) : Align.-1
I-: II LEATHERMAN, Cii
Court, i ...-I. Count) I'
lt> l: M LEEPER,
Deput) Clerk
s : i 11,9 : -' :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF"
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 62C 0249
ELIZABETH JANE PYATTE,
Plaintiff,
R M.PH PYATTE,
I .. t. ndant
ORDER TO APPEAR
V'U'. RALPH PYATTE, Resldei n
I'nkmiwn. .u,- h.-n-hv notified thi I i
i 'ompla m for dl\..... has been fl id
against you and you are required to
w-rvi a Cop) of > our answi r n
i 'aim ni.- attorm > < 'laude M Bo -
. 'alumel Bldg on ol before
Ixt da) of (ictober, 1962, and file
iginal with the .lerk of this Cogl '.
ntlii r n is. thi allegations I
Complaint will be taken as conl------ I
iigainsl "
Dated this 24th da) "f August. 1363.
K B LEATHERN \N Clerk.
i 'In ait Court Dade Counn 1-1
,-. all HELEN KESSLER
i .,'t.iit \ cii
:________ ii. 9/7-u-ai
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCErtY
NO. 62C 9250
VI Ri ;ini a M \ RIE FELT! IN
Plaintiff,
CHARLES KENNETH PBLTON,
I '. I. mlan:
ORDER TO APPEAR
Y"l'. CHARLES KENNETH Fl
Ti iN Ri -iii' m I'nknown, are hi
b) nol ii. .1 that a Complainl fm
x .a, has bi t. fill 'l againsl ) ou ti 1
you are required to serve a Cop) 'f
>. ii answei "ii Plaintiff's attorney,
. ciaii.l. M. Barnes v I i 'alumel Bldg .
Miami ;-' Floi Ida, and file tl.....rlg-
Inal with tin clerk of this Court m
, I., fore tin isi da) ol i'. tobei.
1962, otherwise the allegations of gala
I Complainl will be taken as confei1
.ii.-i .'..ti.
I luted this 24th fla) "f An ; :- I :.
i: l: LEATHERMAN, Cii rk,
Circuit "ourl I "ade Count) Fli
i-..,li l' HELEN KESSLER
Deput) Cl.rk
- li, i :-: i :t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
tin- undersigned, dealring to engage In
buaine
under the fictitious name
FLAGLER Pt'RNITURE A BQL'IP-
MENT at ln.7 W Flakier Street. Mi-
ami Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
..i i iade Counl >. Florida.
ANCKI.n \i.
Al. LANK
\l
ne) for Applicant
100 A nale) BI .
8 24-31, 9 7-H
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-20812
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Bi n Boskti holdi r "i Count) Tax
Sale Cei ti numbered
al da) of Juni \ I
li'.'.s. h In i an
has mail, applies lion : : tax di d

llnwlng .;.-.!. prop-
lit) 'I I 'a.|. Stati '
Florida, lo-wit:
Lot i BliK-k ins Hiah ah litl ti di
Plal Book 211 Page I n thi
of l iade, Stati I oi Ids .- em-
hrai In Cerl Ifli ati No 1522
Th. issessment of said i t- t -1> un-
der the sail certli pate Issued wan it
tile mini. i. i-. .., \\ r.n pi .a n 1".".:. Pt
Of \: Ol NW. ol NWi. .' Ml',
I...-- st Section -'"'. Township 54
South l:..ii:.-- 10 Easl containing
,09 Ai i ni"'. l- -- it- th- l 'I"
: : Plot Ida, a- em-
braced in Certlfloati No 1901
Th. assessment ol said proper!) nu-
ll, r the said t it Icati Issued as In
in. nan w nils \ m. i iahi. .v.-
W Loulm M
shal i I" re-
di mi cl ng t" law. thi prop-
ert) d< s. i bed h.-i .-in w ill be s..;.i i.
the highest bidder at thi Conr; tloum
.I..,,i
month
li til. first Mull.lav m Iln
il i .. t ibei. 1862, w 'n, h i- the
1st da) ..i i '.-t..i.. i.
Dated this 22nd da; of Vugust, 1962
K li LBATHKKM \N r\-i k
i 'Ircult Court, I ladi
is.
tunty, Piorida
all
R M LEEPER.
Deput) Clerk
8 24-31.9 7-:i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 62C 9307
MAX .; VRTE,
Plaintiff,
IDA VRTB,
I i. fen.i.in-
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
[Il II \ CAKTI-:
l-7::i Bronx Park East
Bronx, Ni w York
You a-, hereb) notified that a BUI
..i Complaint ha.- been filed against
-.- ; .,mi you are r,,|uir.il to serve i
cop) of your Answ.r .-r Pleading to
th. Kill of Complainl on the Plaint-
iff- Attorney, PAUL KWITNKV,
-i.'i'iui:. ijii Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
\n-w,r -.i Pleading In the ofllM il
tii. cl.rk ..f tin- Circuit Court on "r
befon the lal day ..f October, 1962.
If you fall t" 'i" so, Judgment by de-
fault win ti,- taken agalnal you for
thi relief demanded in the Bill "f
i 'nmplalnl
Thi- in .in-, shall be published
each week i-.r foui consecutive weeks.
In THE JEWISH 1 la I!IDI AN
DONE \Nli ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this :'7th da) of August,
l !>;:.'.
E P. LEATHERMAN, Cii rk
Circuit i "ourl l ladi I 'ount). Floi i
(seal) B) DONALD TAt'TENHAN
I leputy i "lerk
PAl'L KWITNEY, ESQl'IRE
120 Lincoln Road
M ami Beat h 11, Plot Ida
Atlorne) foi i'l liimtt
7-14-21


Page 16-A
+JelstrkrMk*n FridaY' September 14. 1962
Federation Campaign Director Leaves;
To Join Foundation for Jewish Culture
Robert H. Golden, who for the
past three years has served as
campaign director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, will
leave Miami next week to join the
staff of the National Foundation
for Jewish Culture in New Ycrk.
where he will direct the develop-
ment of financial resources tor
that agency
The National Foundation for
Jewish Culture was established in
1960. following a Study by the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds of the needs and
problems of agencies concerned
with Jewish history, research, ar-
chive- publications and scholar-
ship.
The results of this study were
presented to the 1959 General
Assembly of the CJFWF in San
Francisco, where more than
1,000 leaders of North American
communities were assembled. A
year later, the National Founda-
tion for Jewish Culture was
formed, with former Gov. Her-
Danes Fete
Ben-Gurion
Continued from Page 1-A
lie remained convinced that "soon
er or later" there would be full co
operation between the Arabs and
I-rael
He reiterated Isreal's standing
proposal for complete disarmament
with mutual inspection in the Mid-
dle East The Prime Minister also
touched on the postwar reaction of
(he Germans to the Nazi genocide
of Jews. He said that while West
Germany recognized the responsi-
bility of the German people for
Nazi atrocities, Communist East
it rmani did not."
bert M. Lehman as its honer*T
president.
The Foundation's purpose is to
provide coordination, assistance
and leadership to agencies and
communities in strengthening Jew-
ish cultural development in North
America.
The announcement of Golden s
departure came this uvek from
Sidney l.efcourt. president of
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
who expressed Federation's re-
gret, but added: "We are convin-
ced that Mr Golden will b< associ-
ated with an organization which
holds great promise for the cul-
tural enrichment oi the Amerii
Jew ; Algerian Refugees Must Come
Back or Face Loss of Property
K0BIR1 GOlOfN
PARIS (JTA) Thousands of
Jewish refugees from Algeria, now
in France, may be seriously affect-
ed by an ultimatum issued thisj
week by Algerian authorities warn-j
ing all refugees to return in a i
month or face possible loss of their
business enterprises.
The statement of the Algerian J
Provisional Executive said that, af-;
ter that period. Algerian authon
ties would consider themselves "en-
tuled to take all s'eps necessary-'
to make the enterprises operate
Lain Belaid Abdessalem. the
Executive's Commissioner for
; Economic Affairs, told a press con-
ference in Algeria that the meas
ure would not "encroach"' on the
property rights of the refugee
however.
Official sources here sought to
mitigate the unfavorable imprest.
ion of the ultimatum on refugeei
who left businesses and property
behind who feel they cannot po$s.
ibly return to the war-torn coutv
try
French President Char
Gaulle decided to name .. pecm
Minster for Repatriates who \ii||
prepare a plan for integl
the French economy the more than
500.000 Algerian refuge) -
ing 100.000 Jewsnow in Fi
Shtarkes Will
Be Extradited
Continued from Page 1-A
fice on whether to enforce the
extradition order
The Israel Government main-
tained the extradition demand de-
spite the fact that Yo.-elle was
found last July by the Israeli
secret service in the home of a
Brooklyn rabbi and reunited with
his mother, ending a disappear
ance of more than two years.

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pick-up.
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FOR THE AGED
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Ph. 696-2101
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the
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"WorU
by ISABEL GROVE
Kccently returned to our shores, Mrs Sheila Baron and son*.
uh and Bruce, who had been on a three-week vacation spent
. :h friends and family in the mid West Sheila saw a great
any of her former classmates from Northwestern University and
- the Elgin, 111., home of her aunt and uncle. Dr and Mrs. D.
|).ouis Steinberg, there was a family reunion which included Dr.
Mr-. Barney Goldstein, who spent every moment they coull
...th their visiting grandsons ... A former president of the Albert
I icin group of Hadassah, Sheila was prevailed upon to be guest
lipeaker at a Whiting, lnd., Hadassah affair Summation of the
I It was marvelous, but isn't it great to be in Miami?" .
The Abbots. Jack and Ada, of 4024 Nautilus dr.. who spent
I r.il weeks of the summer at the White Face Mountain Inn in
Placid, will be saying "au revoir" to pretty, rei-headed
I htcr soon With two years at the University of Texas be-
| her. Mary will attend Simmons College in Boston and major
dietetics and nutrition Abbott son Freddie 10. a student at
North Beach, spent the summer at Farragut Naval Academy, and
narles 12. who plays in the band at Nautilus Junior High, con-
| U'ated on studying the piano and oboe the past several months.

Brief family reunion for Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Payton and
i r two sons. Bob and Harry President of Beach High's 1962
I -- popular Bob, whose summer in Troy, N.Y., was delayed
[ he stopped off in a New Rochelle hospital for an unscheduled
, i pi ndectomy. left this week for Chapel Hill and the University
\< North Carolina Older brother Harry, a recent graduate.
| mm laudc. of Florida State, now serving in the Armed Forces,
me on leave .
A group of Beach High graduates who have been friends through-
Imt their school careers starting in first grade scattering now as
lines enter the colleges of their choice Michael, son of Dr. and
Mrs Sherman Kaplan, and Ronnie, son of the Morris Greens, off
li Vanderbilt Hal, son of Commissioner Harold Spaet and Mrs.
put. entering the University of Georgia, and Mr. and Mrs. Her-
[bert Tenenbom's son. Buzz, going to the University of Michigan
Emory' U for Andy, son of Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Zivitz, and Joey,
Ison of the Sam Keelinsons And our own University of Florida for
nib. son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Jack Robinson, and Eddie, son of
'Irs Charlotte Reisner Penny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. How-
. rd Kane, going to Boston U for her sophomore year, and Jo,
[laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spiegel, of Keystone Pt.. on her
y to Ohio State She's a graduate of North Miami Beach
;:;gh.
*
Best part of the vacation the Bernard Pallants and son Joe
[.'pen: in the Carolinas this summer was being near enough to
[spend a week with daughter Enid mce Pallant and husband Don
rtnoy. of Morguntown. W. Ya., when their first child. Darin
"rthur. was born in Angus' .
Happy announcement from Temple Beth El's spiritual leader,
.hln Samuel Z. Jaffe, and his wife Daughter Michcle Rachele
torn on Sopt. 4 .
Doorball at 8973 SW ;fith st. welcomes visitors with strains
Moon Over Miami" Brand new home of June and Allen
1 .nick and four-month-oM Shawn Kevin Delighted visitors are
m(parents. Mr and Mr; David Olinick. and Pearl and Howard
['. i i nthal .
Highlight of the trip Susan and Harry Zukernick, of 3134 Sheri-
ave., took to Mexico was the Folk Lirico Ballet, now touring
United States The vacation started with Mrs. Z. visiting
Muhael. now in the office of Regional Counsel of Internal
t venue in San Francisco Then Harry joined his family and
attended the American Bar convention hel.l in San Fran .
' trip south of the border followed.
*
Tiie E. Albert Pallot.- found Lisbon "enchanting and pic-
ie with fountains and flowers out of this world" Next
' r the honeymooners, who are traveling with the .lack Sand-
- was Johannesburg. So. Africa, where Al addressed the B'nai
1 rith Lodge and was honored for his work in the U.S. with that
I ition ... On a 25.000-mile safari, the group then boarded
SS Rhodesia Castle for a seven-day trip .
Artists Charles R Jacobson, Reyna Youngerman and ad man
\~> bi HurwitI have been appointed to help organize the Dade
.irt contest bom: sponsored by the Miami beau'.ification
I mil ittee General chairman is Mrs. E. Arthur Evans, her-
| a painter .
Back watching husband Ed's prowess on the handball courts
Westbrooke Country Club is Pat Strawgate. who journeyed with
|i of their vouni-sters. N'aruv and Janet, for a visit to New
I
Las1 few days of sunbathing at hi- Westbrooke cabana for
Mike Meyer, who'll be leaving for New York's School of Social
Iw'ork at Columbia University on a fellowship from the Jewish
amilj Service Bureau of Cincinnati .
Back Irom a European vacation with husband Armand Cerami.
U onna chose a dress hand sewn with 2.000 stitches by Italian crafts-
[nin for her first night out at Tonys Fish Market last week.
*
Westtbrooke Country Club members find the club a perfect
1 to entertain out-of-town guests Recently Mr. and Mrs.
P rank Rose hosts to their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Lovltt, of Jacksonville Bea Sparaga entertaining her
piece, Phyllis Shiffman, of Passaic, N.J. And Belle Peyser
|ntertaining her sister, Mrs. John Green, of Caldwell. N.J. .
Gertrude Kapralik's son, David, was recently reappointed co-
|< rcinator of Columbia Records Among the artists he repre-
sents are singers Steve Lawrence and Edyie Gorme .
Back in town with their families are Mesdames Sally Stern-
ftein, Barbara Heiken. Ann Kaufman and Caire Weiss, who wen
Washington, D.C where they attended a District B'nai B'rith
onvention Mrs. Weiss was elected district officer.
*
Sidney Ginsberg, of Nash Miami, rambled up to the Round
rtble in Ft. Lauderdale and was host for a large dinner party
1 re ol various company executives and salesmen Former
-;^ iera hotel owner Ben Marden. New Jersey, a recent diuutr
peat at Tonys Fish Market.
"Oewish Floridian
Micmi, Florida, Friday. September 14, 1962
Secticr. 3
Women's Division of Greater Miami's Tech-
nion Society call together members of the
board of directors at the home of president,
Mrs. Philip Thau (seated center) to map a
county-wide membership recruitment drive.
Shown during a pause in their deliberations
are (seated) Mrs. Jack Katzman. Mrs. Thau
Nurses of yesteryear wore uniforms like those modeled by
Cedars ol Lebanon Auxiliary members Mrs. Ted Lotterman
(left) and Mrs. Herschel Leschel (center) contrasted with the
trim modern 1962 outfit of Mrs. David Stuzin. R.N. The Aux-
iliary presented a "Nurse FashionsThen and Now" show at
a membership brunch last Tuesday at the Museum of Science
and Natural History.
Opti-Mrs. Sees School in Action
Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
plans to make its first general
meeting of the year "an inspira-
tion to new members and a rededi-
cation to those of long standing."
The regular luncheon meeting
took place on Tuesday at the Bar-
celona hotel, after which members
boarded an air-conditioned bus for
a visit to the Montanari Clinical
School for emotionally-disturbed
children. The Opti-Mrs. are pres-
ently supporting 16 scholarships at
the school.
During the bus trip, an informa-
tive session on the background of
tht school and various case histor-
ies of the children was conducted
by program chairman. Mrs Louis
Freeman At the school, members
inspected the grounds and D w
facilities, and observed the young-
sters during classes.
They also had the opportunity
to view a bronze plaque dedicated
in their honor for their efforts in
behalf of the emotionally-distui
children.
Opti-Mrs. Club has helped in :ht
care and rehabilitation of 45 chil-
dren over the past several yei
Mrs Murray Sonnett is presii
ol the club.
and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Standing are Mrs.
Trudy Hamerschlag, Mrs. Leo Rutstein. Mrs.
Henry Nelson, Mrs. Rubin Porter and Mrs.
Harold Thurman. Member's dues help to de-
fray students' tuition expenses at Israel's
noted engineering university.
Beach Hadassah
Slates Cruise
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas-
sah has voted to sponsor a seven-
day Thanksgiving Fiesta Cruise to
the Caribbean aboard the SS Jeru-
salem, flagship of Zim Lines. The
tour is slated Nov. 21 to 28
Announcement was made Wed-
nesday by Miss Lillian Goodman,
president of the chapter, who re-
cently returned from a study mis-
sion to Israel.
"By participating in this seven-
day cruise aboard the SS Jerusa-
lem, our members will be provid-
ing direct aid to the economy of
Israel. Zim Lines is a major facet
in the financial life of the Jewish
State, and her proud new ships
are a tribute to the State of Is-
rael Miss Goodman said.
Reservations for the Hadassah-
sponsored cruise may h made at
the offices of Zim Lines, 407 Linc-
oln Read bldg.
Beach Groups
Open Season
Miami Beach chapter of Had-
assah groups will launch their
new year of activities with an
intensive membership campaign,
to t highlighted on Oct. 1.

Bay Harbor group will meet at
the Beau Rivage hotel on Monday,
Sipt. 24. at 11:30. Luncheon and
a special program are planned.
*
Deborah group will meet at the
Fontainebleau hotel at 11:15 on
Monday, Sept. 24. Guest speaker
is Mr.- Dorothy K Fink.
*
I. R. Goodman group will meet
on Wednesday. Sept. 19. 8 p.m.. at
Washington Federal. 1234 Washing-
ten avt.
Shoshana Chapter Games
S .(shana chapter. B'nai B'rith
Wi nun. will hold a 'Gala Games
Night"' on Tuesday. 8:30 p.m., at
the Unified Hall. 2300 NE 171st st.
lr charge of additional information
servations an Mrs Jack
i ii rf and Mrs. Louis Cutler.


Fcge 2-B
*-Jenist fhridiar
Friday, September U, \^A
Mildred
G.
Bellin
Cooking
Corner
The delicate flavor of veal -.ems
to biend perfectly with the heartier
i. ste of sauteed egg-and-crumb
ci at:ng. Certainly the most popu-
lar veal di>hes are those in which
chops are prepared in this manner
Ir. most such recipe* raw pieces
of the meat are dipped into the
egg and crumbs before being
browned, but in some delightful
dishes previously cooked squares
( veal are completed in this way
Today we have a recipe for each
type.
The preparation of Veal Scallops
may sound somewhat long, but
since it results in both a soup and
a rich tasting mam dish from a
small amount of inexpensive meat,
whatever additional time is neeied
i> well worth while The soup may
be served with no other additions
than its own vegetables cut up. or
it may be accentuated, stretched,
or varied at will by adding meat
or parve canned or packaged soups.
The delicate flavor of the marinade
used in the Scallops is at its best
when the meat is served with only
a simple earnish of parsley or lem-
on, but if desired, either a hot
jto or cold tartar sauce could
be served with them. Mashed po-
tatoes, a cream vegetable, and a
crisp salad could complete the
meal.
In our second recipe familiar
breaded chops are first browned as
usual, then cooked until fork-tend-
er in a spicy sause so filled with
onions that it could be considered
part of the vegetable course
VnI Scallops
2 lbs. boneless veal for slew
4 cups boiling water
1 teaspoon salt
1 large stalk celery
1 carrot, peeled
1 onion, peeled
>4 teaspoon white pepper
1-8 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1 tablespoon minced parsley
3 tablespoons salad oil
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Hive some -eal old -fashioned
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3 ta1 lemon juice
2 eggc eaten
fine dry bread crumb'; or matxo
meal
4 tablespoon.- chicken fat or oil
Place the veal in a saucepan, add
the water, salt, and the celery,
carrot, and onion. Bring to a boil,
then simmer until the meat is tend
er. Remove the meat, and reserve
the liquid and vegetables to use as
a soup. Cut the meat into one-inch
pieces. In a bow 1 combine the pep-
per, nutmeg, parsley, salad oil. and
lemon juice. Add the hot meat
pieces and toss lightly to blend.
Cover and refrigerate the meat at
Irast three hours, by which 'time
all the marinade should have been
absorbed. Turn the meat over oc-
casionally during this time so that
all the pieces will be evenly flav-
ored. Shortly before serving, beat
the eggs in a shallow dish Add
the pieces of meat and coat them
on all sides. Roll each piece in
the crumbs or matzo meal until
completel) coated. Heat the chick-
en fat or oil in a large skillet over
medium heat, add the meat, and
brown on all sides This amount
serves -t
Veal Chops With Devilled
Onion Sauce
4 veal chops
1 egg. slightly beaten
Fine dry bread crumbs
4 tablespoons chicken fat
2 large onions, sliced thin
1 tablespoon prepared mustard
1 teaspoon prepared white
horseradish
1 teaspoon salt
1-* teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1V cups water
1 tablespoon comstarch
Dip the chops into the egg. then
coaV with the bread crumbs. If
possible, this should be done in ad-
vance and the chops refrigerated.
, to firm the coating. About 45 min-
utes before serving time melt the
fat in a large skillet, brown the
chops in it over medium heat, then
remove the chops. Put the onions
in the pan. and cook and stir for
5 minutes. Place the chops over
the onions. Blend the mustard,
horseradish, salt, pepper, and lem-
on juice with one cup of the water.
Pour over the chops, cover the pan.
and cook slowly for about 30 min-
utes, until the chops are tender.
Put the xhops on a platter and
keep hot. Dissolve the cornstarch
in the remaining water, stir into
'he gravy, then simmer for a few
minute.-, until the cornstarch taste
appears. Pour the sauce and
be chops This amount
serves I
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Wolff Creamy K.m.lj (gnta)
Katha N' G-avy, Kasha Soup.
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Just address request to:
Phylli. Wotff, Perm Yen, N. Y.
Beach Hadassah
Delegates Leave
Miami Beach chapter : ffafa
ah will send a 10-me:
tion to the 48th national invent!
of Hadasaah at the i. noleiJ
Pitt-bursh. Pa., from ;, 16 .1
19. More than 2.000 d. lei
( xpected to attend the I
vention.
Mis Lillian Goodn
her >econd year 8J pn nt ol
chapter, will head thi '.vsuvt,
which will include the folio*
presidents:
'?
Mesdames Ben Zeiu- | ner;.
Blum,
Levitx, ,>
medical i
S Alpert,!
Ftuer,
Delegates of the Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah who are
leaving to attend the 48th national convention ol Hadassah
in Pittsburgh. Pa., are standing (left to right) Mesdames Chic
Perlyn, Eva Blum. Morris Alper and Ben Ziegman. Seated
(left to right1 are Mrs. Hadassah Fassler. Miss Lillian Good-
man, president of the chapter. Mrs. Henry Wernick. and Mrs
Elizabeth Zentler.
Chic Perlyn. Esther:
Manna Senesch; Hada-
I R Goodman; Esth
borah; Henry Werm
center coordinator: M
wills and bequests; B
membership cour nor; and']
Flizabelh Zentler.
Guest speaker will bi Mrs GoWi
Meir. Foreign Minister if Israj>
who will discuss the pr lemslat-1
ing Israel today when sh iddreiai
the convention banquet n Tuesdir
evening.
JWY Auxiliaries Receive Honors for Top Service
Sophia Lee. of the Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliaries of the U.S.A.,
has been named State Department
of Florida chairman for the Sen
iceman's Center for the third year
The Department of Florida Wom-
en's Auxiliary has received a na-
tional award for its efforts at the
' '< nter,
Nine Jewish War Veterans Auxil-
iaries in Dade and Broward coun-
ties participate in these parties
every Saturday evening throughout
the year.
Chairmen and their auxiliaries
.re Mesdaim Frieda Feingold,
Norman Bruce Brown: Ftta Stem
pie, Miami Beach. S
Marry Cohen. Surfsidi \nn Ho[-
btadter, North Shore. Helen Lift
nier. North Miami B
Richmond, North Dad. (ear 8 i
man. Murr.iv Si .
West Miami; and I
h w 0"
Mrs. Grossinger
Will be Honored
Mi Jei nil ssinger, of Mi-
ami Reach, and Grossinger, N Y
f tbl notable- U ho ill be
honored Sept 3 al an Interfanh
Day ceremony in Central Park.
New York
The citations will be for "having
rendered distinguished service in
the field of human equality, fel-
lowship, and brotherhood'
Others who will be honored with
Air- Grossinger are Rabbi William
Stern, of St Louis. Rabbi Harold
Gordon, of the New York Board
of Rabbis. Francis Cardinal Spoil-
man. Richard Cardinal Cushmg.
Rev Billy (.raham, Rt Rev. Horace
B. Donegan. Canadian Prime Min-
ister John Diefenbacher. and Mar-
Ian Anderson
Also Dr Ralph Bunche. David
Rockefeller. Bing Crosby. Irving
Berlin. Bernard Baruch. C.ov Mich-
ael DiSalle of Ohio. Harvey S.
Firestone. Nicholas Duke Biddle.
Henry Luce. James A Farley. Dav-
id Dubinsky. Jacob Potofsky. Con-,
rad Hilton, and Gardner Cowles.
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Goes with meat, with dairy, with every meal.
Goes with every member of the family.
Goes with such speed, they're gone before you can say
"Heinz Kosher Beans are strictly vegetarian,
strictly nutritious, strictly the tastiest,
time-savingest side dish you ever dished up."
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IFriday, September 14,
1962
jEnWcf' mnrlirtitr
Page 3-B
Academy Opens School for Girls
The first Hebrew High School
ii r girls ill open this Wednesday
it the new Hebrew Academy build-
ing, 2-kki Pinetree dr., Rabbi Alex-
ander s Gross, announced here,
The school, meeting daily for
one and a half hours every after-
noon, will be endowed by Jacob
Cohen, nationally-known philan-
\ thropist. in mejuory of his wife.
plans call for a COmpli
school by next September, Ra
Gross said. The school will h
complete Hebrew-English coura s
and will accept out-of-town stu-
dents, including girls from South
American communities Boarding
facilities will also be included
Rabbi Morris Ilorovilz. assistant
principal and dean of boys of the
Dora, who passed away last year, i Hebrew Academy, will be in charge
of the educational program of the
Rallying to the support ol the building fund of
the Jewish Home for the Aged is the executive
board oi the Home's Greater Miami Auxiliary.
Each of these ladies has qualified for the
Home "Life Giver's Award" by contributing
5100 or more to the drive. Standing (left to
right* are Mesdames David Harris, Rose
Prown, Anna Harris, Fannie Goldberg, Char-
lotte Katz. Rose Weiss, Edward Deehl, Delia
Delaney, Celia Greenberg, Rae Hammerman.
Rose Altman, Anne Tanenbaum, Esther Mey-
ers, Fannie Broad, Fay Sussman, and Helen
Spaiber. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Ida
Altschuller. Mrs. Shari Silverman, president of
the Greater Miami Auxiliary, Mrs. Mollie Sil-
verman, development fund chairman for the
Auxiliary, and Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag.
liami Chapter of Hadassah Launches
iecond Half-Century of Zionist Service
The 10 groups of the Miami
hapter ol Hadassah. Women's
Zionist Organization of America.
launched the second half-century
the organization's service in Is-
el and th< United States with a
jeries of functions last Monday.
* *
IMstc-s at an anniversary-bnth
a> party for 350 members was
Irs Louis Alexander, president of
\\ Scopus group, at the Masonic
emple in Coral Gables
Honored guests were three mem-
bers who recently returned from
Europe and Israel. Mrs. Henry
Paul, Mrs. Betty Birchansky. and
Mrs. Joseph Cutler. Mrs. Alexan-
der will be a delegate to the Had
assah national convention at the
Pittsburgh-Hilton on Sept. 16 to 19.
women, were demonstrated by pro-
fessional models
Next Monday evening, the group
will have an Oriental party at the
home of Mrs. Ray Berger, 10525
SW 52nd ter.
Mrs Alvin Burger, president of
Naomi, has announced the forma-
tion of a bowling league, to play
Friday mornings at 9:30 at the Uni-
versity Bowl. Sunset drive and U.S.
1. So. Miami.
To be known as the Dora Cohen
High School for Girls, the school
will accommodate graduates of the
Hebrew Academy and will accept
only students with an intensive
Hebrew background.
Ten girls are currently attending
the afternoon classes which began
this week.
Cohen spearheaded the idea to
form a Hebrew day school for
girls. He dedicated one of the
three buildings of the new $1,000.
000 Hebrew Academy which houses
the kosher kitchen, dining room.
500-seat auditorium and chapel.
"In America we have tended to
neglect the importance of educa-
tion for girls." Cohen said. "We
are just beginning to realize it is
the girl with a complete education
who builds the successful home."
Although the new school is just
offering afternoon classes this year,
girls- high school.
Women's Meet
Marks Holiday
Mrs Joseph Gersten. president
of Temple Adath Yeshurun Sister-
hood, this week announced that the
Sisterhood will hold its opening
meeting of the season on Wednes-
day evening. Sept. 19.
Theme of the meeting will be
the Hiuh Holy Da\s. with a special
table-setting for Rosh Hashona dis>
played, showing the dishes served
c;i the holiday.
Mrs Martin Beloff, Mrs Jonah
E. Caplan, Mrs Lewis Goodman
and Mrs Barry Segal will actively
participate in the project.
Also on the porgram will be a
hat fashion show, with officers
and board members participating.
raining Sessions For Volunteers
An all-day affair was given by
Torah group at the Knights of
I Pythias Hall. 4600 W. Flagler st.
Naomi group met at the Tastee j Mrs Sidney Langer. president. con-
Inn. Wigs, now a popular item for ducted a brief business session.
"Calendar Girls," directed by Mrs.
Leonard Egert, with the Torah
troopers, was presented, followed
by cards and mah jongg.
The second annual training pro-
gram tor volunteers to serve in the
nior citizens programs of the
Ireater Miami Jewish Community
Cuter was to be conducted Thurs-
evening under the auspices of
in Center and the B'nai B'rith
/omen's Councils of South Flor-
la. which provide the volunteers.
the Barcelona hotel beginning at
.'i p.m.
Volunteers who served in the
m during the first year of
- opera:iin were to b
he meeting with
Simmons. Miami Council; Mrs.
Esther Lerman, Miami Beach
Council; and Mrs Murray Skup,
North Dade-Broward Council.
The training program was to be
conducted by Center associate di-
rector. F.manuel Tropp. and super-
\isor of the Senior Citizens Depart
ment. Ira Steinmetz. The training
sessions were to include a showing
ol the Center film on group work
with the senior citizens, and dis-
cussion periods on the goals of the
honored Center, the role of volunteers, and
-ilver pin.- understanding the older person.
Mh will 1 it- presented to them
\ Budd Cutler. Center presi-
ent.
,. mi recognition were Mes-
ies Lenore Curtice, Elinor Ellis,
Members and prospective mem-
bers of Menorah gorup were wel-
comed at the opening meeting of
the new season by Mrs. Harold Ab-
bott at a luncheon in Beth David
Congregation.
A skit, 'Calendar Girls." written
by Mrs Leonard Wolpe. starred
the Menorah Minstrels. Produc-
tion was directed by Mrs Leon
Levitt and Mrs George Saluk, with
Mrs. Philip Abrams piano accom-
panist.
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Greetings from the BBW South-
District were to be given by
Hi- Alfred Heich. district presi-
dent, and Mrs. David J. Sachs.
BBW senior citizens coordinator,
Iv.i- to report on the first years
progress The three South Florida
Councils ot BBW have been coop-
jerating in this program through re-
spective presidents. Miss Edith
Kneseth Israel
Women's Meeting
Ruppert is hospitality, t'ons, Robert Smith contests, and
; Irv Marcus and Perry Altfield,
Hosteaa tor Kneseth Isreal Sister-
I liund s meeting on Tuesday, at 1
l> in will be Mrs. Clara Weinstock.
Mrs 1.
(chairman.
Rabbi David Lehrfield will open
he meeting with a prayer, and
Cantor Abraham Seif will present
musical program
Mrs. David Lehrfield will con-
tlift the social program following
Ithe business meeting, with Mrs I
!' Eisenstein, president, conduct-
ling the session
Lorber Chapter
Luncheon Meet
Lorbar chapter will hold its
monthly luncheon meeting at the
Aloha restaurant on Tuesday noon,
followed by cards and mah jongg
Final plans will be formulated
lot the fashion show and cham-
pagne dinner to be held at the
Summit, Dadeland. on Sept. 24.
The show will feature the duPont
couture collection by American de-
signers.
On Tuesday. Sept. 25, at noon,
there will be a luncheon and re-
peat showing of the duPont collec-
tion.
The fashion show committee in-
cludes Mesdames Robert Bender
and Irwin Block, co-chairmen;
Jack Baum. Stuart Shapiro, and
Sanford Freed, tickets and reserva
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1962-63
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+Jmist Friday. September U.
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?!:i Irving 7^11 president ^: the Women's Committee ::
Family and Childrena Service and Mrs Allan Herron
:-:;-:^:i::r vice president are shown ;>::.;.:.: -_: 50C invi-
tations ka Tuesday's opening meeting to re held an the :_;-
.. hotel
Women's Committee of Family Service
Will Open Season at Tuesday Meeting
Roosevelt Group
Maps Activities
tpter. B'nai
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ai opening session with Sever.. Nadlei right
rrr-.d Mrs Ecr! r.:xz:z left cssistan: Top row tefl jh:
"e Susan Garazi Wayne Savage Cindy Mintzer '.
Tachr.es ar.;: Mr*:.-, jcidrr.cn Srrtorr. row ere S.cspy
Howard -r.i Cobi Trrrr-ter.rerg
Meoaben and prospective mem-
ber? of the Women* Commute-
." eisfa Farr.ii> and Children's Ser-
vice will be en:ena:ned by the
ms Civic Theater players at
the opening meeting in the Eden
Roc hotel on Tuesday at p m
pU>\ -Eye of the Hurr:-
rsM hi the itorj of a case work-
- help to a family apact by the
behavior of an emotionally-disturb-
ed child Director is Miss Bernice
L-.zar. bo has appeared as a
- -;er an-i dancer in several ISO
shows and has acted in previous
Acens Theater product]
Wpiears Committee president.
Mrs Irving Fell uill present de-
sf the current membership
teal which will run thi
Marcs First prtu I :>e given
ISM | :r. the Bl
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tea Dersl Country C
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appropriste volunteer ser-
vices that will assist JFCS, and
raise fuada iii support of the
r's pr ;rara ar.d sen
Tuis yesr the* rill also betp sup-
port the establishment of a resi-
dential ^roup treatment home I -
sturbed children An
nouncement of the plans for this
much-needed professional facility
will be made at Tuesday's BMetfSf
Mrs Allan Herron. membership
president, is chairman for the
afternoon, and in charge of ticket ^
NEW
DAIRY MEAL
TREAT!
Intel trotf briYissimd Itilian-stylel
Mrs. Sherman
Elected President
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Friday. September 14. 1962
+Jewisti florMian
Page 5-B
Meir to Lead Bevy of Speakers for Hadassah
By Special Report
Israel's Foreign Minister Mrs.
CioMa Meir will discuss Israel and
Die Middle East in terms of the |
world problems facing the next
General ASHTmblyof the trnitod
Nations, when she addresses the
ranquet session of the 48th nation-
al convention of Hadassah, the I
Women's Zionist Organization of I
America, at the Hilton hotel. Pitts-
hurgh, Pa., on Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Moses P. Epstein and Mrs i
High Salpeter are chairman and
(-chairman, respectively, of Had-
ssah'l national convention com-
ttee. i
Mrs. Meir will be in the I'nited
Slates to head her delegation to
m General Assembly, which is |
heduied to convene on Sept. 181
New York City.
More than 2.000 Hadassah dele
pates, representing the organiza
- more than 318.000 members
1.320 chapters and groups
roughout the I'nited States and
! G0TA,A
\SECRET
#
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lefilte fishand Mother's
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t' Mother's Whitefish and Yellow
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the precious yellow pike always
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Now, when you buy Whitefish and
fike, make sure it's YELLOW Pike!
fesher u Pareve.Aljo yours to enjoy:
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Mtthers Old Fashioned Gefilte Fish.
Mother's Food Products, Inc., Newark 5, N.I.
Puerto Rico, are expected to par-
ticipate in the four-day national
convention from Sept. 16 through
19.
Principal speakers at the conven-
tion's first evening sesswn Sunday.
Sept. l, will be Chester Bowles,
the President's special representa-
tive, and Avraham Harman. Israel
Ambassador to the United States.
Entitled "Realism and Idealism
in Foreign Policy." Mr. Bowies' ad-
dress will evaluate the problems of
American polity in the Middle East
acainst the background of the over-
all role the United States must
play on the international scene in
1 a rapidly-changing world.
Ambassador Harman will discuss
the economic and political status
of Israel and will define his coun-
try's hopes for the next decade
In another highlight of the con-
vention, the delegates will hear an
address by Mrs Siegfried Kramar-
sky. national president of Hadassah.
in which she will review the activi-
ties of the organization during the
past year and discuss major prob-
lems on the American and inter
national scenes.
Other sessions will be addressed
by Miss Angie E. Brooks. Assistant
Secretary of State of the Govern
ment of Liberia; Dr. Jonas B. Salk.
discoverer of the Salk anti-polio
vaccine; Hon. David Lawrence.
Governor of Pennsylvania; Hon.
Joseph M. Barr. Mayor of Pitts-
burgh; Dr. Kalman J. Mann, direc-
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Film of Israel
Available Free
By Special Report
Program chairmen arranging
meetings for the coming season will
be interested in a film recorded
and photographed in full color in
Israel.
The picture. "Holidays in Israel."
has been shown some 1.000 times
to Jewish clubs, sisterhoods, and
ihapters of national organizations
.ill over the I'nited Slate-. Can-
ada and the Panama Canal Zone,
and is hailed as an artistic triumph,
filled with Jewish spirit and the
enthusiasm of the people of the
State of Israel
"Holidays in Israel depicts tin
celebration of Passover and Shavuot
in Israel, highlighting the ancient
festival customs, many of which
are like those in America, and
some of which are unique to Is-
raelis.
Seen with the ceremonial ob-
servance and the national celebra-
tion are color shots of the land it-
self, as well as of the people The
young people, especially the beau-
tiful children, steal the show.
"Holidays in Israel" is a 28-min-
ute picture, non-commercial, al-
though it is made available to Jew
ish organizations by a leading
American food company. All that
any program committee need do
is to provide a screen, a projector
wired for sound, return postage' on
the reel of film, and somebody to
run the machine. The rest is free.
Program chairmen may write
tor details and open dates to Film
Dep't., H. J. Heinz Co., P.O. Box
57, Pittsburgh 30, Pa., mentioning
that they saw the offer in The Jew
ish Floridian
B'nai B'rith Social Singles
Single adults over 32 are invited
to a night club party an Saturday
evening at the Casablanca hotel.
Sponsors are the B'nai B'rith Si
eial Singles.
10*
Old
Milwaukee
HENRY E. MANGEIS CO.
3550 N.W. 58th ST.
Miami, Florida
MRS. GOIDA MEIR
MRS. SIEOfRIED KRAMARSKY
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Sinai Women
Launch Season
Temple Sinai sisterhood held its
first meeting of the seasi n on Wed-
n. sday, 11 a m in the Temple au-
ditorium. wi;h Mrs. Sam Lubell
presiding
Mrs, Daniel M Lovvy. wife of
the new spiritual leader of the
Temple, gave the invocation, and
new officers and board members
were installed.
A Chinese luncheon was served,
and Mrs. J. Kirschbaum and Mrs.
J. Brown were in charge of reser-
vations.
Rachel Shalon
Will Lecture
Prof Rachel Shalon. chief of the
building research station and dean
of the Postgraduate school of Tech-
r.ion. Israel Institute of Technol-
ogy, will lecture at Cambridge
University in England this month.
She will deliver a paper on rein-
forced concrete at the second in-
ternational congress of the Inter-
national Council for Building Re-
search and Documentation.
According to Mrs. Louis Glasaer,
I ri sidi nl I !he South Florida
chapter ol Technion. Prof Shalon
- .. red one ol world's
foremost a ithoritfi oi this sub
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ring
are' ssei
sed
tor-general of the Hadassah Medi-
cal Organization in Israel; Moshe
Kol. world head of Youth Aliyah.
the Jewish youth rescue movement;
Mrs. Ora Goitein. chairman of the
Hadassah Qaail in Israel; l>r
Solomon B. Freehof. rabbi of Rodef
Shalom Temple of Pittsburgh; Rab-
bi Arthur J. Lelyveld, of Fairmount
Temple. Cleveland. O.; Dr. Daniel
S. Cheever, associate professor of
public affairs. University of Pitts-
burgh; and 1. L. Kenen, executive
director of the American Israel
Public Affairs Committee.
National Hadassah leaders to ad-
dress the various convention sess-
ions will include Mrs. Herman
Shulman. former national presi-
dent of Hadassah. and now national
chairman of Hadassah's Zionist Af-
fairs Committee; Mrs. Samuel W.
Halprin, former national president
ot Hadassah. and now member of
the Jewish Agency-American Sec-
ti(.n; Dr. Miriam K. Freund. for-
mer national president of Hadassah
and now chairman of the execu-
tive of the American Zionist Coun-
cil; Mrs Mortimer Jacobson. Had
assah's national treasurer; Mrs.
Nathan D Perlman. national chair
man of the Hadassah Medical Or-
ganization Committee in the U.S.;
Mrs Abraham Tulin. national
chairman of Hadassah's Medical
Center Committea; Mrs. Max
Scheldt, Hadassah's national chair
man for Youth Aliyah; Julliet N.
Banjamin, national chairman of
Hadassah's vocational education
JWVA Plans
'Israel Night1
American Auxiliary. Jewish War j
I Veterans, will sponsor an "Israel \
' Night" on Thursday. Sept. 20. at
I the Dade Boulevard American Le-1
gion Hall. 1800 Dade blvd.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will be1
; guest speaker, and a film on Is
: rael. with narration by Edward G.
Robinson, will be shown.
Chairman is Mrs. Jennie Gerrig.
past president and post department
senior vice president. Miss Edith
! Feingold is president of the group.
committee; Mrs. D. Leonard Coh-
en, Hadassah's national member-
ship chairman; Mrs. Edward Lust-
erman, Hadassah's national Amer-
ican Affairs chairman; Mrs. Henry
Goldman, Hadassah's national edu-
cation chairman.
The largest Zionist organization
in the world today. Hadassah
spends more than $9 million an-
nually on its understakings. In Is-
rael. Hadassah conducts a compre-
hensive health, education and soc-
ial welfare program, which in-
cludes diagnostic, curative and
preventive medical services, health
stations, rehabilitation and educa-
tion of underprivileged Jewish chil-
dren and youth and land rede no-
tion programs.
B'nai ShoEom
Women's Tea
Temple B'nai Sholom Sisterhi id
v ill hold a membership tea on
Tuesday evening at the home ol
Mrs Morton Malcy. 2820 N\V 160th
st Mrs. Charles Persell is mem-
It: .-hip vice president.
Main project of the group is the
social and religious programming
tor the children of the Temple's
religious school located at 16800
N\V 22nd ave.. Opa-locka.
Hadassah Unit
Opens Meeting
Albert Einstein group of Hadass-
ah held its first meeting of the
1962-63 year on Tuesday, conducted
by recently-installed president.'
Mrs Seymour Sherman.
Guest speaker was Mrs. Sanford
Jr.cobson. regional vice president
of education, who is in charge of
Hadassah's Bible seminars.
Albert Einstein group meetings
will be held this year on the sec-
ond Tuesday of the month at 12:30
p.m.. in I'opiel Hall. 136:h st and
West Dixie hwy
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Friday, September 14, 1950
A: 7. leth Stolon preparing ioi the I oly Dayi
a special Oneg Shahbal on Friday ta the purpose oi
presenting a Libeaal interpretation oi the traditional Holy '.\-
. .-> and song* ate CankN David Cooviaei at the 01
Mr* David Druckei chairman oi the Temple Choii R<
tpiritual Seadea oi the congregation ead fcwn
Goldman daughter oi Mi and Mn JU Goldman who :.< now
.... ... -. ng been a metnbej oi the hiniai
the was a student ol Beth Shalom reiigioua achool
n yean ago Ba :; okani Adult Choii augmented by
profcaestonal ainaers s bui j reheamng undes Canta Con-
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Friday. September 14, 1962
Women Planning
^Break-Fast'
Beth Emeth Congregation Sister-
:- | tanning a "break-fast"
, wing Yom Kippur on
Monday, Oct. 8.
The first in a scries of "Juda-
ism in the Home" breakfasts for
j onaires w as hd; by the Sis-
Itrhood on Sunday, uitli members
ii! the Junior congregation as
sts
Beth Enn th Sisterhood ihel Rab-
Simon April at a speo-
Sepl 6 Rabbi April
- Beth Emeth's new spiritual lead-
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Page 7-B
Beth David
Women's Party
Ih Da id Sisterhood will bold
laVSTntpe^HaH80" WQS ^T" a,mosPhere for Westbrooke Country Club's
Adrift in Hawaii" is the theme 222 ^'d-Summer FroliJc Da,ncf he Carousel Patio.
for the annual "Ship* reck Party *,? out ,he dance arcund poolside are Mr. and Mrs. George
30 p.m.. and inclu'd- fewman and Mr- and Mrs- Be" Levitan. The dance was fol-
n -hi super: lowed by a midnight swim and breakfast.
Schor j :id his orchestra will
Central Hebrew
Druggists Off
To Conference
.lack Davis and Ben Saks will
represent the Southeast Florida
Pharmaceutical Assn. at the 64th
innual convention of the National
Vssn. of Retail Druggists in New
York City on Sept. 16 to 20.
Mailers pertaining to the new
Irug bills and legislation on qual-
ity stabilization will be on the
igenda.
Both delegates arc members ol
he executive committee of the
southeast !".. rida Pharmaceutical
Vssn I<;:\is is :i lormer president
f the local group, and Saks is
bairman ol the publii i latio
committee.
Beth Torah Open House
Beth Torah Congregation will
hold an "Open House" dance S
i'il.:'- evei ing in the social hail
The affair will feature a five-piece
band, entertainment and refi
ments. Newton Greene i- mera-
! ership vice president,
>h Uic music. Tickets may be
nned at the synagogue office.
"Hang up your ha: and feel at
[! with Sisterhood" ill be the
Hhenie ol the Sisterhood's opening
etins on Wednesday at n a m.
'Dutch Treat' Luncheon
High Registering
Miami Women's Auxiliary of the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
Central Hebrew High ot the Bu- > have a Dutch Treat" luncheon
icau of Jewish Education is eon-' on Thursday, Sept. 20. in the Park
1 ncheon will be served in Spec-' ,inu'nS its registration through the' Lane Cafeteria on Coral Way at
Eeth Am Ladies
lap Activities
Technion Official
Speaks to Lions
Leo Rutstein, southern regional
[all. i week of Sept. 16. The school ac-' 11:30 a.m. A card party will fol-
' eepts graduates of Junior High de-' low the business meeting,
partments of all Jewish schools of
Greater Miami. About 150 stu-
dents are expected to register.
Central Hebrew High School
\ duplicate bridge tournament j meets in five areas at Beth David
loi advanced players will begin at Congregation. Temple Zion,
phe Temple Beth Am on Tuesday Beth Torah Congregation, Temple director of the American Technion
o n Mrs Norton Segal is chair- Kmanu El and at the Bureau of Society, addressed members of
"'-n ; Jewish Education building. the North Bay Village Lions Club
The Sisterhood will be bowling The student body includes grad- last week,
rhe University Lanes on Tues- uate students of Beth David Con The group previewed a movie,
lay mornings at 9:30. Mrs. Joshua gregation. Coral Way Jewish Cen- "The City Called Technion,"
pegal is president of the Bowling [ter, Israelite Center. Tern pie! which has just been released
'"l,' .. u l:"13",1'^ uTeun.P'e Yenorah.' An introduction to the 14 minute
Mrs Meyer Brilliant, chairman Temple Beth Sholom. Beth Torah film is givcn b Israel Supreme
he educational group, has plan- Congregation. Temple Sinai and Courl Justicc Moshe Landau who
|ed a series of winter forums which Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood. is chairman of the board of gov-
Two senior classes for qualified 1 crnors of Technion.
students are being formed. _______________
'/,ninr | |XMN -_X Faculty of the school includes,
' LUT Rabbis Moshe Aspes, Shimon AtU-l
lay. William Millen and Julius SuV-
enik. Director of the school is
Abe Gefter, of the Cromwell Herbert Berger. assistant director
Mel. oceanfront at 20th st., Miami of the Bureau of Jewish Education, j
each, thi- week announced that----------------------
intor Pishele Lutman will officiate f*I..U C_I,..J..I_.
High Holiday services in the WUD OClieaUleS
|The kosher Cromwell features the Varied ActlVSTIOS
-i food prepared by competent Adults and the younger set at
kefs and under strict Orthodox Westbrooke Country Club have
Ipervision, Gefter said, scheduled social affairs over the symphony orchestra will be direct-
|' Rates are so low this year that weekend, ed by Fabien Sevitzky. with 14 in-
Ven people in the low income On Saturday, there will be a ternationally known soloists
rackets can afford to spend the September supper dance for mem- UM Symphony manager. Marie
i-h Huh Hay season with u>." hers and their guests, in the club's V'olpe, reported that subscriptions
addi i Grand Ballroom. fr the coming season have reached
jl'antoi Lutman has officiated in On Sunday, the Westbrooke Top a total of 3.300, or 300 more than at
F Orthodox synagogues in Teen group, members aged 15 to the same time last year.
|iami, Chicago, a,",! New York. 17. will hold a "Swing and Swim" ----------------------
party around poolside Yugoslavs Hold Conference
On Saturday. Sept. 22. the Young
Adults, aged 17 to 20, will hold a LONDON (JTA) The Union
swim dance. of Jewish Communities of Yugo-
--------- slavia held Its annual conference
Coral Chapter
Installation Set
Coral chapter Of the American
Medical Center. Denver, will hold
its installation of officers Sept. n;
il Miami Springs Villas,
Cantor Sheldon Kodner. of Tem-
ple Iieth Am. will install Mrs. Dav-
d Bendell as president. Other of-
ficers who will also be installed
at the ceremony include Mrs. Paul
Kltingcr. first vice president; Mrs.
Irving Rubinstein, second vice pres-
ident; Mrs. Max Bogmer, third
vice president; Mrs. Joseph Kowal-
sky. recording secretary.
Mrs. Frank Rose, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Meyer Silbert, fi-
Miamians Will
Attend Confab
A Budd Cutler, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, will head a local deli ja-
.'ii i Cent) r representatives to a
rence of the Southern
S< ction Board ol Governors ol
National Jewish Welfare Board in
'hattam >. a, 'I enn this w eeki
Other Center officials v. ho will
be attending the sessions are Le
Kaplan and Mr. and Mrs, George
A. Simon.
The conference will discuss such
subjects as financing the center,
ihe role of women's organizations,
and the present day behavior of
teen-agers.
nancial secretary; Mrs. Jack Wein-
ei. treasurer; Mrs. Irving stez-
meran. social secretary.
Trustees to be honored at the
dinner include Mrs, Maurice Har-
rison. Mrs. Phil Stoler and Mrs M.
Oolstein.
be announced soon.
romwell Hotel
Symphony Tickets
Still Available
Choice seats are still available
for the nine pair of subscription
concerts to be presented by the
University of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra at Miami Beach Auditor-
ium and Dade County Auditorium
beginning Oct. 21 and 22.
Now entering its 36th season, the
Temple Adath Yeshurun
1025 N.E. MIAMI GARDENS DRIVE
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FIORIDA
JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN is located in
the garden spot ol North Miami Beach.
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Charles Rosenberg, President
Max M. Meyers, Chairman ol the Beard
Jack Schoenfeld, Chairman ol Religious Committee
'inski Folk
ichool Opens
|1 irst i: ("Ming of the David Pin- in Belgrade, with 66 delegates from
Folk School will !h- held on nnuncement of the two new teach- 22 communities. A report showed
|(-nda) evening at the Farband ers for music and Hebrew who there were now 1,400 .lews in Bel-
Itural Center, 842 Washington have been added. grade, 1.300 in Zagreb and 1.800 in
There will be community sing- small towns A report from Buda-
\ report on future plans for the ing and refreshments after the pest showed there were now 80,-
'"I will be given including an- meeting. OOO Jews ill Hungary.
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Friday. September 14.
1962
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Ginger Rood, Steven Jacobs Wed;
Groom is Rabbinical School Student
The former Miss ("anger Joyce
Rood and Steven Bennett Jacobs
exchanged nuptial vows on Sunday.
Sept. 9. at the homo of the bride's
parents. Co! and Mrs Nathan Bar-
nett Rood. 84.1 Catalonia ave.. Coral
Gables A reception followed the
late afternoon ceremony performed
by Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. of
Temple Beth Am
fTHfl
WCVAN OF THE WEEK
i Ihel Blum .-pent most of her married life being the "Colonel's
Lee") Born in Cleveland. 0., Ethel went to Ohio State, and studied
alism, On vacation in Florida, she met Milton it Blum, then a
i. tsin In the army, and here on leave The) met in December, got
r. ed m February, and then began a real life travelogue. Both
fe thai the) would like to make their home in Florida after 'he
war. Milton took the bar exams, which he
passed: but twenty years also passed before
the Blums returned to Miami Beach to live.
Si\ months alter they were married, the
captain became a colonel They started in
Alabama and traveled all over the United
States As wife <>f a career officer, K.the.
has had man) exciting times, and three chil-
dren She -ays that her dies:. Carol, born
in Alabama and now a freshman at the Univer-
- \ Miami is her claim to fame Carol i-
Miss Ire:-. \ge of Miami and Florida's Junior
v... : ::v./ Jeffrey, who was born in Ft
K v ;- starting ::-t grade, keeping Ethel in
the pride and bam if ever) doting mama's
life p r A
The Blums spew two and a half fascinat-
ars m Japan [here, Ethel was president
of the Tokyo America Women's Club Their
purpose was to convince the Japanese women
ire '. i- same the world over, regaroless oi race or nation.
greal extent, ihey succeededEthel was made an honorary of
I i club Feeling that in Home one must do as the Romans Ao. the
children wenl to a private Japanese school, where they learn-
< speak and play with their little companions. In German)*, where
>;>:;: line,- voars ihev also became active in the community
n, a. a lav leader in Heidelberg, saw that the Jewish old Folks
1 c wax maintained
epresenting the I S the Blum.- met all the outstanding officials
embassy people On the weekends, the Blum.- tried to track down
<-: war remnants of the Jew- The) went to old synagogues and
a cemeteries They were always well tended by the non-Jews
Tied in their own small way to wipe out the past
". ast summer, the Blums returned to Israel. Germany and France.
Og ap their old friends and haunts They were horrified to find I
Hachati had been made into a museum, with hot dog stands and:
curdles
s soon as Ethel found herself in a place where she was going to
.-. ; put. she became immersed m the activity of the community. She
had always looked forward to having roots, and indeed she is putting
doara now. Besides being active in Temple Emanuel Sisterhood. |
- president of the Shore-Unit of the Cancer Group. She likes to
and golf when time permits. But right now. being Carol's mother
ir big a fob as being president of the Cancer Group Carol just won
-derful Jamaica vacation .n the Miss Universe Look Alike Contest.
>. ,'urse. her Dad and Mother were included As a hobby, the three
children arc proving the most rewarding kind to have, states
categorical!)
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! w,;~ .-, children :--irt> for adultscomplete with Walloons, wh:-
.- pei hats pre? I chi reo games The party was the bra;:-.
of But'',': fit a< in h nor of her husband. Kurt and her broth
i m Cleveland Ivan Wolpaw whob) the way. is :-.elor
:>' please Ih les rt his favorite rec Kile?
his ""- grown ups arere Mr and
Mr and Mrs Norn is Meyers .. I Mr and Mr-


TNI SATURDAY BEFORE
Mrs N Sun
Mrs. Si i Miss > ben her -
I \ FTumkes b last Sal irdaj
- '.': oebleau hotel There were
. v. r. A sti ) oust played every-
, :.,> riU as the desert E ed \
\ c r scheme. Um tame a- >r. t I us I
nger's sistei Juduaae, .> ~. ::u-r I Sydnj S it July and
. for the weddii v | tests eere
- i en's parents from New Y rk V- tad Mrs :-. i grand*
er Mrs M Mrs Max Jacobs,
;... Abbot Mr I Mrs Nick -
Vr> and Mr ..r..i Mrs Seymour >a:v.e:

'."TT years together
*as a part) Uaa ^-.'. Fa>e R gave at the
derbard mot. i forty rears nag rrarr.e-i Fa>e
- extra sfHM >< Bca Mrs Aarvr. Coursh |
;,'. e o: a-'. the aa-gemer.-.s. me .
whack \.as se Faye greeteo .'".iffon
a white orrh The former Sue Talianoif. no*
Mark Rabat -ar.g. Bad M:chel> '. .e--. :he ?.i-.' Among
one-hundred and eight gue.-ts trt Mr ar.i Mrs Aranal Seeder.
and Mrx S: Myers V- aad Mrs a J Barns. Mr and
A*r\ S. Mr a=J Mrs
1 er.-i Mr arc Mr- Carl Veiakk Mr a.-.d Mrs Mor-e I
* Mrs Sam Gtnsburg Mr ar.d Mrs Jack Rubin. Dr aad Mrs
I eri Rosser.'Jsa; Mr a:*: Mrs : rdoo. aad Mr and
JO s,
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".here
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Richards to Live
In North Miami
After a honeymoon in the Smoky
Mountains of North Carolina, the
former Miss Carol Leah Lee-Ben-
ner and Joel Robert Richard wi
live :n North Miami
Chandler- restaurant was the
site of their nuptials i"i buffet
reception on Sunday afternoon
Sip: 9. with Rabbi Alfred Waxman
officiati
For her wedding, the bride se-
lected a street-length gown of ini-
porte i white -'.!k peau de soie vvith
For her wedding, the bride chose
a gown of ivory silk peau de soie
and reembroidered alencon lace.
Pearl embroidered hand-clipped
bordered the hemline of the con-
trolled belle skirt and peau de soie
insets circled the bolice and ex-
unded in a flowing panel to form
the aisle-wide train.
Matchins lac fashioned the plat-
eau-type headpiece and held a bouf-
fant multi-tiered veil of silk illusion.
The bridal bouquet was a cascade
of white daisies with pale yellow
centers
Matron of honor was the bride's
sister. Mrs. Sydney S. Traum. and
Marilyn Hurwitz was maid of hon-
II or
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MIS. H>H RXMAta
short sleeves i'esigned with a
molded bodice, it featured a set
in yoke of imported reembroidered
alencon lace enhancei with tiny
seed pearls From the skirt front.
en panel was drape>; to a flat
;.h .,.. d< bow at the side
Tit r- : .-.':'
were held b) i ( re tn
I tin)
seed pearls on -> pleated ;.Hau de
soie band is of
I ib) nk ses. *rhit< tuba roses
and 1 irnations
Matr : h Mr- R
Maid : i r was Karen
ir- M Ramos an I
'' -- '' ted j-
bridesnu
The nee Mrs R the
laughter I Mi Robert
S3S2 Y\v 1st ,\e She
gh and
the American Insutui I Hj-king
Her hu>" ti are Mr
a-: Mr- :-urr> \ Richard. 9K5
SM ".-1 ave Hi .s a gradu
. an I attea led Pace
Se and An : -.:e .:
Bask.-i il V York He :s
presently aa auditor with u Cen-
tral Bar.t and Tr.s: Co Miami
- -e> Brxlsky served a- his
Baa ai I Lord L*e-Bencer i-.i
Steven Ricaant >ere gr.v>r.-..-
The new Mrs. Jacobs attended
Wheaton College, Norton. Mass .
where she was a member of the
student graduation committee and
Young Democrats Club She plans
to attend the University of Cm
Bti .i- .. SOCiolog) major. Her
father is president of Rood Con-
struction Co.. and a director of the
Bank of Dade County
The bridegroom is '.hi- son of
Mr and Mr- Israel Jacobs, of
Brookline. Ma-- He ha> a degree
- ciolog) from New York I'm
verslty, and i- now attending rab-
1-inical school a! Hebrew Union
CollegeFewish Institute of Reh-
Cincinnati, o His fratern-
it) is Zeta Beta Tau.
His brother, Robert Jacobs, serv-
ed a.- his best man. and Sydnev S
Traum was groomsman
New ad Iress for the voung couple
will he 420 Dixmouth -t Cincin-
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Dianne Zilbert,
Murray Rubin
Say Vows Here
Dianne Barbara Zilbert became
the bride of Murray Nathan Rubin
on Saturday evening. Sept. 8. in the
Seville hotel, with Dr. Irving Lehr-
man officiating
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Leon-
ard Zilbert. of 7504 W. Treasure
dr.. North Bay Village, the bnde
attended Martin Van Buren High
m New York and New York Univer-
sity
Maid of honor was Carlye Lep-
selter. and bridesmaids included
Janet Goldstein. Flame Rubin.
Carole Yaguda and Brenda Korn
blau Sherry Sue Zilbert was flow
er girl and Michael Blasherg. ring
bearer
Stuart Rubin was hi- brothers
best man. and Joseph Kagel. She!
Zilbert. Arthur Rubin. Harvev
Lep-elter and Melvin Gordon were
CMwnsmen
Son of Mr- Rosa Rubin. 1215 Al-
ton rd and the late Joseph Rabin,
the bridegroom .- ., gra iuate of
Miami Beach High. Pad,- Co
Junior Llegi and the Umversitj
of Miami
After a hone\mo>vn :n Jamaica,
the aewh/wedi will ave in New
York Cit)
mrs. sjovtar iubim
Miss Rhine Will
Marry Rabbi
Announcement i- mi I UV
cagement of Mi-.- M M:"'
laughter of Mr. and -
Rhine, of Brooklyn. S ^ '
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Mr- Ernest Ml h
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Friday. September 14, 1982
'JenisiifhrktbtJ
Page 9-B
yEMPLE Adath Yeshurun held a
mcm'-ership party an.1 fash
ion show last Wednesday night.
Couturiei original suits and coats
bj I'icru D'Alby of Paris were
shown, .-.- were furs from the
VIrian Thai collection. Members
.if the Sisterhood modeled, and
the fashion show w:is coordinated
!> your columnist
Mrs ( harles Cook and Mrs
[ra Le\m were co-chairmen of
ie social function. Mrs. Cook
u ue a misty blue silk organza
. ith an open cut-work lace bodice
which hi.l a bateau neckline in
fr nt ait: dropped to a decollete
ack. Her sleeves were
rter-length, and her
^kirt was a full bouffant Mrs
Levin's ensemble was a one-piece
iss with a black and white
I jacket that matched the
I ibric in her skirt Her bodice
..as white, and had a square cut
> klinc banded in black.
A hurt colored knit was the
choice o! Mrs. Al Ennis. fcatur
ing a two-piece creation with the
sleevelets overblouse bodice,
handed in white, and with a mod-
niod ascot tie at the neck. Mrs.
Robert Barg wore a black silk
sheath, featuring unusual back
details with a triple keyhole ef-
fect. Black was also the choice
of Mrs. Alan Margolis. The black
shantung sheath was sleeveless
and with a high rounded neckline
into which she tucked a shock
irr.: pink silk chiffon scarf.

MRS. Morton Kester chose a
royal blue belted shift, with
three-quarter-length sleeves. A
white silk sheath was worn by
Miss Paula Plot kin. Bands of
red an.- black were appliqued in
i bottict pattern across her bod-
ice, and a black silk sash was
orn at the waist. Moygashel
linen in black was the choice of
Mrs Stanley Golden molded in
the classic sleeveless sheath.
A raw silk ensemble was se-
lected by Mrs. Norton Fox. Bone-
colored, her sheath dress featur-
ed a surplice bodice trimmed
with bone-colored buttons. Her
matching jacket had a wide self-
belt appliqued just below the nat-
ural waistline, and ended in a
touch of fringe Mrs. Martin Pol-
lak also chose a matching sheath
and jacket in scarlet-colored moy-
gashel linen with a square neck-
line. Wide shoulder straps were
fastened with self-fabric covered
buttons. The fitted jacket end-
ed at the waist, and was lined
with matching colored silk.
Mrs. George Greenberg com-
bined the ever-popular black and
white. Her low, scooped neck
dress featured a miniature hall-
fringe trim on tiers of white lace
Black crepe was worn by Mrs
Mark Roth. Her sheath skirt had
a wide insert of black iridescent
sequins at the waist, and her bod-
ice was cut into a modified cape-
lette which gave an overblouse
effect.
*
A two-piece ensemble combin-
** ing black silk crepe and
faille was worn by Mrs. Hal Ber-
kowitz. Her sheath skirt was top-
ped with costume jacket featuring
a silk faille semi-portrait collar
which plunged to a decollete V
front neckline. The faille was re-
peated in her flared peplum. and
her long sleeves had small zip-
pers which helped create a tight
fit at the wrists Mrs. Martin
Beloff's choice for the evening
was a turquoise silk organza. A
slashed bateau neckline on her
fitted bodice ended in a modified
bell silhouette skirt.
Geiserman, Roth
Exchange Vows
Dr. Irving Lehrman performed
the evening ceremony uniting Ar-
j lene Roth and Robert Matthew
I Geiserman on Sunday, Sept. 9, at
Westbrooke Country Club, where a
reception and dinner followed the
nuptials.
Now on a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the young couple will live at 3084
SW 27th ave on their return.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. An-
drew Roth, 520 NW 401 h ct.. the
bride was attended by Mrs. Linda
Roth, matron of honor, and Bar-
bara Binder and Sandy Schwartz
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr and Mrs. Bernard Geiserman.
7:t20 SW 65th ave. Serving as his
i best man was Gary Geiserman,
ai.d ushers included Robert Roth,
Warren Binder. Bob Kanzer. Jeff
Kurland. Howard Galbut and Stan-
ley Schwartz.
The new Mrs. Geiserman is a
graduate of Miami Senior High and
Dade Junior College, and attend-
ed the University of Miami.
Her husband also graduated from
Miami Senior High, and has a BBA
degree in accounting from the Uni-
versity of Miami
Samuel Bensons
At Reception
The Doral Country Club was the
site of the wedding and reception
of Rachelle Meschaan and Samuel
Benson on Wednesday, Sept. 5
Rabbi Morris A. Skop performed
the evening ceremony.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ralph
Meschaan. 1510 NE 161st St., the
bride is a junior at the University
of Miami. Serving rs her maid of
honor was Sandi Freedman.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Benson.
9449 Abbott ave. A graduate of
the Lrniversity of Miami, he is now
attending the university's law
school Morris Kirsh was his best
man.
After a honeymoon trip* to New
England, the newlyweds will live
in Coral Gables.
Telephone Class
At Mt. Sinai
Ml. Sinai Hospital, with the
sistanc* of Southern Bell Tele-
ne Coi pany, will conduct spec-
lial classes on "'telephone manners"
Sepl 13. 14. and 18 for all mem-
bers of the hospital family who
answer tbi telephones
I ruler direction of Marvin Bos-
Itin, associate director, and Mrs
[Sylvia Papier, director of public
Ij lations special films will be pre-
- nted, al ng with lectures to cx-
ll'lain certain porcedures and ob
1 etive- > : the program.
Purpose of the telephone classes
to educate the hospital family
that the) can better serve the
mmunit) and patients at Uie hos-
ll'ital
The sound of a well-groomed
peice or the other end of the line
[(hi gi\( immeasurable peace-of-
Ii.imet to the concerned individual
Iwho calls to inquire about the
I health oi a friend or member of
[hi* family," Mrs. Papier and Bos-
['' explained.
Blumenthals Tell
Deborah's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Blumenthal,
of 7935 SW 22nd st., announce the
engagement of their daughter, De-
borah Raye, to Sanford Irwin
Nather, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Nather. 17621 NE 2nd ct.. No.
Miami Beach.
The wedding will be in Decem-
ber.
SIS WILLENS
Cordially invites yon to see
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Israel Flower
Bulbs Arrive
In Miami Area
Initial shipments of bulbs of four*
exotic flowers of Israel will reach
the major markets of the country
by mid-September They will be
on sale at all Food Fair Store?
here
Arriving in the United States for
fall planting, the bulbs are bein^
shipped from the Oevim Nursene*
in the Negev desert.
The four bulbs include the True)
Star of Bethlehem, the Narcissus
of Nazareth, the double Oxalis. and
the scented miniature Gladioli.
These bulbs are the descendants
of the blooms which flourishe 1
throughout Israel and the Middle*
East when Israel was truly tha
cradle of western civilization.
The bulbs can be planted irv
doors, from September to Oe- .
cember, Ihree bulbs in a 6 to 8-in. .
pot in light, rich potting soil.
They should be placed in a bright J
but cool spot and watered lib-
erally two to three times a week. '.
If planting is delayed, the com-
partment of a refrigerator ini '
their original container, filled
with shredded paper or excelsior.
For planting outdoors, the bulb*
should be kept dry in the refrig-
erator until the middle of Novem-
1 rr. then planted 6 inches dee.j.
an:l 8 inches apart in a slightly-
shaded spot in the garden.
Here to inaugurate the shipment
of the Israel bulbs was Zvi Gasit,
Lithuanian-born Israeli horticultur-
ist, who is chief horticulturist at
Gevlm Bulb Nurseries, a kibbuts
north of the Gaza Strip. Gasit dil
graduate work at the University off
Florida in 1941 and 1946. where
he concentrated on the study aC
bulb-growing.
One of the most beautiful of the
bulbs to be sent here is the Star
of Bethlehem, originally discoverer!
growing on the "Wailing Wall" iti
Jerusalem, now in Arab hands.
"Today, some 2,000.000 of these
bulbs are planted in the once de-
serted and dry Negev desert, whicti
stands as a symbol of the progress
of the State of Israel." Gasit said.
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*Jen Mh noridiar
Friday, September 14,
Federation Exec
Addresses Center
Board Meeting
"The organized Jewish commun-
ity has received a tremendous im-
petus as result ol the recent ac-
tions of Sidney Lefcourt, of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa
tior stated Arthur s. Rosichan.
Federation's executive director, at
the initial hoard meeting of the
Gretaer Miami Jewish Community
Center on Wednesday evening.
Two of these major actions in-
clu e setting up a long range de-
vel ipment committee and a founda-
which will receive bequests 01
! half of the communitj." Rosich
an said.
Rosichan spoke to the board ol
directors about community devel-
,1 ents in the Greater Miami area
ii, praised the (.'enter "for its fine
sen ces as developed by profess-
ional staff and the hoard leader-
ship."'
Other items discussed during
the meeting deluded the 100 per-
cent endorsement of the United
Fund campaign by GMJCC lead-
ers. This will include working
and giving a fair share by all
leaders erf GMJCC, both porfess-
icnal and lay.
The responsibilities of the com-
munity and the Center for appro-
priate facilities were discussed
during the meeting A special com-
mittee will be set up by the long-
range development committee of
Federation and the Center to ex-
amine this mal 1
The resignation ol Arnold PiSkin,
uhi served tor seven years as the
Be; ch branch director, was accept-
ed w ith regret by the board of di-
rec* irs
Emanuel Tropp. associate direc
tor. reported on more than 400 chil-
dred who had been served by the
summer day camp program, as
well as some of the teen-age club
de\tlopments during the summer.
Presiding was A. Budd Cutler.
recently reelected as president of
GMJCC.
At Young Israel groundbreaking are (lett to right) Morris Ler-
ner. Sam Reinhard. and Moses Grundwerg.
Temple Israel Prayer Books to Cambodia
Aid State Dep't. Personnel Services
bath eve services, followed by an
Oneg shabbat La>t Passover was
a time to remember, when every
woman had a share in the cooking
and baking, and everyone had a
part in the traditional Seder.
Brown has also officiated at a
Bar Mitzvah and a recent bns. and
was instrumental in keeping Juda
ism an important part of the lives
of Jews separated in space from
many of-the formal aspects of their
religion.
Maj. Fink Gets
Air Force Award
Maj. Donald L. Fink, of Miami,
ha.- been awarded the United
States Air Force Commendation
Medal in recognition of his men-
tor, us service as director of mili-
tary justice at Kadena AB. Oki
I
The major, a graduate of the
I diversity of Miami, is the -on of
Mrs. F. B Fink, of 3799 SW 97th
a\t Miami. He 1- a member of
Pi Kappa Alpha.
Fmk and his wife, the tor-
Rita M Dahl, of Pittsburgh,
J';, have five children.
There will be a little bit of Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami in the
exotic City of Phnom Penh. Cam
bodia. during the High Holy Days
this year A shipment of prayer
honks used at the Temple for many-
years during Ro.-h Hashona and
Yom Kippur will arrive in time for
the services, thanks to the State
Department.
Conducting the services will be
Sol. H Brown, a member of Tern
pic Israel, whose wife and daugh-
ter. Judy, live here at 500 \\V 40th
ct while Mr. Brown completes his
tour of duty in Southeast Asia a-
a State Department official.
With 21 generations of rabbis
in his background. Brown is well-
equipped 'o provide the guidance
during the service for the "large"
Jewish community in Camboc ( .
about 30 families, also employed
by the State Department.
Each Friday night, the families
gather at the Brown home tor Sab-
Sen. Pepper
Specks at Rally
Sen. Claude Pepper was guest
sp< aker for the Sunshine State Sen
i": Citizens on Sundaj evening at
A-..dath Israel Hebrew Institute.
I!i- 'opu- was "Medicare
V ce Mayor of Surfside, Louis B
Hoberman, was chairman of the
Program included enter-
menl by Byrna and Andrea

Beth David
Still Registering
Registration i* still open at Beth
David religious school. While ses
sions have begun at .-ehool. regis-
tration of new students is still he
ng accepted in all departments
The -i ii. oi otter- an intensive
education to students from the age
of three through high school
In the dan Yeladim, for students
three to six, the nursery, pre km
dergarten, and kindergarten help
each child develop a well-rounded
and wholesome personality.
Registration in the dan is -till
open tor a limited number of stu-
dents, with transportation avail-
able in certain area
Beach Man Will
Enter Med School
Itonald J. Rothstein. son of Mr
and Mrs. A. A Rothstein. of Miami
Beach, recently graduated cum
laude from the University of Flor-
ida, completing a four-year pre-
medical course in three years
one of four undergraduates elect-
ed to Phi Beta Kappa honor so-
ciety, Hothstein
was among the
group honored at
a luncheon Hi'
was also initiat-
ed into I'hi Kappa
Phi, senior hon-
or society, open
to the top ten per-
cent of the grad-
uating class
Roths l ein is
also a member 0TH$rrtN
of Alpha r.pslion Delta, pre rnerti
cal honor society, and Phi Eta Sig
ma, freshman honor society. He
will enter the University of Flor-
ida medical school for the tall
semester.
Attending hi- graduation 1 n i
cises in Gainesville were ins par
11.;-, his brother ami sister-in law,
Mr and Mr- Alan Rothstein, and
'.heir son Gregg
Young Israel
Breaks Ground
For New Building
Too man} social affairs and too
little time -pent on teaching the
Torah" was the theme of Rabb
Sherwin Stauber spiritual leader
ol Young l-rael of Greater Miami.
which broke ground last Sunday
lor a new building
Over ."|i1 persi ns from all parts
of Greater Miami attended 'he
ceremony at 990 NE 171>t St., at
11 a m. Former IS. Sen. Claude
Pepper. North Miami Beach Coun
cilmen Bernard Berman, Maurici
\\.,\ an I In 1 g Scharf, and for
mer Councilman Joseph Mcffet
made briel speeches, praising the
work ot the -Miii;'. ami wishing the
congregation speedy success
I;., ibi Joseph Racko\ skj. of Beth
Tfilah Congregation, headed a rab
binical delegation consisting ol
Rabbis Alexander S Gross, Morris
Horowitz, 11 Louis Rottman, David
Lehrfield, Tibor Stern, and Max
LipschiU
Herman Eisenberg was chair-
man of the event. Emanuel Urv
gar, president of the Young Is-
rael Congregation, declared that
a building costing some $100,000
will be erected on the ground
broken Sunday. Plans call for
a two-story building, but the sec-
ond story will be completed only
when the full sum is raised. Con-
struction of the lower floor will
begin immediately.
Special honors were accorded
Louis Merwitzer, president of the
Hebrew Academy, Samuel Rein-
hard, Jewish communit) leader,
who sponsored the groundbreak-
ing ceremony, .'acob H Cohen,
Juhu> K e s n i c k and Moses J
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Religious Bigctry Still Widespread, Leaders Say
NEW YORK Religious
is ^T ill 'widespread and
|j imbedded" in the United
* .;(-. tensions are increasing,
there is little ol the "dialogue"
-,:n: among CatUulh.', Trotestant
Jewish clergymen "on the
level," two Reform rabbis
i hired here recently.
iiie two are Rabbi Albert Vors-
director of the Commission
Si cial Action of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations;
. i] Rabbi Eugene .1 Lipman, for
ir director of thai commission
.heir report was contained in a
i page hook, entitled A Tale
!'en Cities In their survey,
they studied the religious situ-
itions and attitudes in Now York.
Boston, Cleveland. Los Angeles,
Muncie. Ind., Nashville, '".
phia. Plainview, LI., a suburb of
Mew York, and St, Paul-Minneap-
olis.
In general, they found that
90.7 percent of the Jewish popu-
lation in the United States is
native-born; that the Jewish
population is "the least relig-
ious" but possibly the best edu-
cated among the country's three
major faiths; and that Ameri-
can Jewish goals have shifted
somewhat from piety and reli-
ance on the Torah to values like
security, wealth, power and suc-
cess. In regard to the individ-
ual cities, they found:
New York has the. ingredients of
religious harmony, but "unresolv-
ed dissensions on issues of vast
-oil. 1 significance" smolder be-
neath the surface. Religious dis-
cord, they stated, never quite
erupts in social discord in New
York, hut New Yorkers "live in
a never-never land of seemingly
perpetual suspension." They con-
tended that the prognosis for New
York is not happy, declaring the
"religious scene is all but void of
meaningful communication he-
Concentration Camp Witnesses are Sought
By Special Report
major effort to bring to
trial Nazis responsible for the
assacre of .lews in six of the
. -; concentration camps and
i iids. the West German author!-
I i have asked the World Jewish
< i ngress in New York to help
eye-witnesses.
Anyone who witnessed atrocities
Sachsenhausen, Buchonwald,
I'rzemysl, Dora. Dvinsk (Ducna-
i and the city and district of
: ublin is asked to contact Dr. N'che-
ah Kobinson. at the World Jew-
Mi Congress. 15 E. 84th St., New
York, N.Y.
The criminal investigation in re-
gard to Przemysl is being directed
pgainst the following 28 members
|(] the Security Police:
Bennewiti, Reisner (Reisener),
Stegemann, Benthin, Wolf,
Brandt, Timme, Mueller, Weich-
elf, Kajtacz, City Commissar Gie-
telmann. Chief of Labor Josef '
Schwamberger, Preuss, Brietlow,
Mademann, Schwerhoff, Grusa,
Schimang, Schraeder, Gerlach,
Gottschling, Nickalik, Lanbertz,
Nikel, Buchholz, Ludwig, Schu-
Ifcert and Maer.nlich.
Witnes.-es are sought in particular
.....iust the former SS-()berschar-
fuehrer Otto Kaiser, who in 1939-
1942 was block leader in Sachsen-
hausen, at first in the Jewish block
of the small camp and later in the
isolation block He is suspect-
ed of a multitude of murders. His
picture is available.
Testimony against any other crim-
inals of Sachenhausen is also invit-
ed
Witnesses are sought, in particul-
ar, against the former SS-Obcr-
sturmbannfuehrer Bischoff and the
SS-Oherscharfuehrer Sander, who
are accused of multiple murder
but also against any other of the
Dora criminals. Pictures of Bis-'
choff and Sander are available.
Witnesses are also required
against Otto Wolfgang, Otto Barne-
wald. Prinz Josias zu Wakieck. Au-
gust Bender. Anton Bergmeister.
Arthur Diezsch. Hans Eisele. Phil
ipp Grimm, Henrich Hackmann,
Gustav Heigel. I'eter Merker. Guido
Reimer, Helmut Roscher. Albert
Schwarz, Walter Wendt, Franz
Zinnecker.
Nazi victims who were in
Dvinsk between July, 1941 and
October, 1944, are sough*. Those
accused in the murder of the
Jews of Dvinsk and surrounding
localities are, in particular, the
former SS-Hauptsturmfuehrers
Guenther Tabert and Eberhard
Schuele.
Survivors of the city and district
Lublin are wanted a- witnesses
against the Nazi criminals of the
region. The criminals were either
members of the Security Police
(Sicherheitspolizei and SS or mem-
bers of the Order Police (Ordnungs-
polizei). Witinesses are needed
against criminals from both cate-
gories.
:ord Publishes Travel Bock
By ipeciai ;,e(.ort
ial response within the United
ICS to "Tr..\ el in U S.A.," a new
lide to enjoyable traveling edited
the Publications Office of Ford
tor Company, has led to publica-
an international edition pri-
ll, for distribution overseas
|The new edition, as described by
11 Dykeman, Ford publications
|inager, includes a 16-page insert
ing useful information for
nsts visiting or planning to visit
Unit d smu'- for the Brat tune.
initial volume of "Travel in
IA." is a 176-page, soft-cover
k containing a collection of top
{ional articles which have ap-
aiei! in Ford Times over the past
>i ars and were written by some
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The insert f>r visitors covers
such subjects as "How to Gel a
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Trip." "What a Visitor from Abroad
Should Know About Hotels and Mo-
tor Inns." suggestions on best ways
to plan driving for sight-seeing.
shopping while traveling, freeways
and lollways and free tours of
American industry. One table in
the insert provides information on
average temperatures in various
cities and regions and another
gives sources of travel informa-
tion,
Copies of the international edi-
tion will be made available to
steamship and air lines, travel
agencies and others interested in
promoting international travel and
internati nal knowledge of the Unit-
mi Stall's
Jewish Cadet
AFA Commander
By Special Report
DENVER, Colo.Cadet Mickey
Roth, of El Paso. Tex., a senior at
the U.S. Air Force Academy, has
been named cadet commander at
the Academy, it was reported to
the National Jewish Welfare Board
Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy
bj the Apademy's Jewish chaplain.
Chaplain Marvin Labinger Ac-
cording to Chaplain Labinger. there
are now 40 Jewish cadets at the Air
Force Academy, including 12 in
the new class.
Chaplain Labingi rhas announced
plans for the Academy's first Jew-
ish Cadet Chorus and for a religious
education pri gram for cadets and
their dependents. The education
Courses will include classes in He-
brew, history. Judaism, customs
and ceremonies.
The year's cultural program for
Jewish cadeis begins with a re-|
ligious retreat to he held Sept. 14-
16 at the Denver Jewish Commun-
ity Center's i.imp at Flbert. Colo.
twoen the Catholic hierarchy and
th- organized Protestant ami Jew-
ish communities "
In Boston, they stated, the re-
ligious leaders have been pulled
together in the fight for better
race relations. The authors cred-
ited Boston's Richard Cardinal
Cushing, whom they called the
city's 'single, most powerful citi-
zen." with having" made a gigan-
tic" step toward racial amity. The
Catholic Church, they held, "dom-
inates" much legislation in Mass
achusetts. especially in the fields
of birth control and child adoption.
Cleveland was found virtually a
".lew-less" community, having 85.
000 .lews, must cif whom live out-
side the central city. "Little overt
conflict" wa> noticeable in Cleve-
land among the city's third of a
million atholics, approximately
the same number of Protestants,
some 250.000 Negroes, and the
Jews. But a "five o'clock shadow"
does exist in Cleveland; after of-
fice hours. Jews socialize mainh
with Jews; Catholics. Protestants
an<' Negroes fraternize chiefly
with their own kind; and the citj
has "a long road to travel" toward
lessening of religious divisions.
Los Angeles was found a
"gray" area in interfaith rela-
tions, and the issue of Church-
State relations there is perhaps
"most fraught with tensions."
The religious leaders there, ac-
cording to the report, have as
yet not reacted by building in-
terfaith cooperation in the face
of "the reckless forays of the
rampaging right."
Philadelphia, with its total popu-
lation of 1.200.000. has now four
percent Jews. 32 percent white
! Protestants, and about the same
percentages of white Catholics
and Negro Christians. Protestants
there were reported feeling "more
edgy." having been squeezed out
of an earlier predominance. The
Jews there were seen as feeling
"secure," and the Catholic- at
"riding a crest ol self confidence."
Tiie city, according to the autl
las ied the way national!} in "cop-
ing with the new dni!" hu-
man relations" bj facing pos-ible
divisive issues openly.
As to the "twin cities" of St.
Paul and Minneapolis, the wri
stated thai thej have come ">
grips" with such issues as Sui
closing laws, the fact that the
State emblem contains a ci SS,
and other church-state problems,
Minneapolis, they stated, is no
. r the countrj "capital ol
i anti-Semitism." The authors felt
thai "channels of interfaith
logue" could be deepened in Minn-
eapolis and St Paul.
Muncie. once a hotbed of Ku
Klux Klanism. has 61.000 Protes-
tants. 5.500 Catholics and 175
.lews. Sub-surface tensions exisl
there, the rabbis found, in hous
and in social and service" cl
The latter engage in discrimina-
tory practices according to the rab-
bis, "aimed mostly at .lews"
Nashville, the scene of vio-
lence, synagogue bombings and
hatred in the last five years,
was viewed hopefully. The au-
thors stated that this city, pre-
dominantly Protestant, is "work-
ing quietly" for justice, and is
makirv) progress slowly. They
attributed much of the violence
there to "poor whites, the fail-
ures and the loafers" who make
up most of the extreme segrega-
tionists.
Plainview. L.I., was cited for a
"statesmanlike" formula worked
out by Jewish and Catholic leaders
in settlement of a dispute that
erupted in 1956 over public school
observance of Christmas.
Cfiai Chapter Meeting
First regular membership meet-
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evening, at the Deauvillc hotel.
Miss Jerri Cohen was program
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Friday. September 14, 1962
Religious Unit
At Beth David
Lewis Sternshein, president of
Beth David Congregation, an-
nounces the appointment of Leon-
ard Gordon and Albert Quadow as
chairman and co-chairman of Beth
David's religion committee.
The committee, under the guid-
ance of Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro,
establishes the policies of all Sab
bath and holiday services and rit-
uals.
Gordon, an egnieer. and Qua
dOW, former president of the syna-
gogue, have long been active in
synagogue and community affairs.
Serving with them will be Oscar
Argintar. Maurice Hyman. Henry
Kamen. Paul Kesser. Joseph Kns-
sel, Alex Miller. Fred Ossip. Har-
ry Simons. Lawrence Smilan. and
Samuel Traurig.
The committee, at a recent
meeting, planned the arrange-
ments for this year's Beth David
High Holiday services. The Seli-
chot service will take place Sat-
urday, Sept. 22, at midnight, pre-
ceded by a social sponsored by
Beth David Sisterhood.
During the summer, the house
committee, under the leadership of
Max Silver and Julius Spector,
made plans for additional expan-
sion of facilities at Beth David.
Silver. local attorney, and Spec-
tor, building contractor associated
with the firm of Spector and Sons,
have long been identified with Beth
David Congregation and have tak-
en an active part in local civic and
community affairs.
Serving with them are Harold
Berke. Michael Covin. Leonard
Gordon. Abe Kasow. Samuel Os-
trowsky. Samuel Puder. Arthur
Rosinek. Max Jacobson, and Eman
tel Smith.
At the first of a series of weekly Sunday morn-
ing breakfasts of United Synagogue Youth of
Temple Adath Yeshurun are Eddie Delafuente,
Doreen Gersten. Arlene Friedman. Lois Nis-
senbaum, treasurer, Irwin Plancher, Bob Rol-
ler. Stephie Booun. chaplain, Arvis Gerber,
secretary, Ricci Katz. president, Stan Bietcher,
vice president, Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spirit-
ual leader of Adath Yeshurun, Lewis Good-
man, advisor, and Barbara Abramowitz, par-
liamentarian. The series is sponsored by the
Men's Club.
Urge 'Tabard' As Last Rites For the Deceased
Properly to observe Jewish rit-
ual and tradition, all deceased
must receive a "tahara" perform-
ed by a duly-constituted group such
as a Chevra Kadisha. according to
a statement this week issued by
the Greater Miami Chevra Kadisha
and Chesed Shel Ernes
The organization explained that
'"lahara" means purification, and
consists of proper washing and
shrouding of the deceased by a re-
ligiously-qualified person.
The statement also said that
"a certificate issued by the Chev-
ra Kadisha is the only guarantee
that a proper 'tahara' was per-
formed." In the event a body is
shipped from Miami for burial in
another part of the country, "the
rabbi there will require this cer-
Extreme Right Wing Group
Offers Anti Semitic Fare Here
Record Season
For Oval Here
Winding up its record-breaking
3oth meeting Saturday, the Bis-
oyne Kennel Club will be partly
shuttered before resuming pari-
mutuel action Sept. 28. The fall-
winter meet of the area's* pioneer
tr.iek will run through Jan. 12.
When the greyhounds are run-'
Ding, the $3,000,000 track i- ruled
"ofl limits" 'state law i f<>r young-
sters Sunday. Sept 23. it will be
vice open to the small fry for the
North Miami Jaycees fourth an-
rual Hound Dog Derby
Post time is 2 p.m for the first
cf 10 races in which pooches with
aristocratic or doubtful pedigrees
will compete. Grc> hounds afe
taboo.
Under the watchful eye of Mi
ami police, an extreme right wing
meeting at the Harvey Seeds
American Legion Post Wednesday
night heard a call to impeach
President Kennedy and the Su-
preme Court.
Dr Wesley Swift, of I-os Angeles,
self-described president of the
Christian Convention of Jesus
Christ, said the impeachment pro-
ceedings are necessary to prevent
"world Jewry" from destroying
the white Christian race.
Copies of the anti-Semitic pub-
lication, the Thunderbolt, were
distributed to some 100 persons
who attended the meeting spon-
sored by the Christian Bible
Class, Inc., and the Chaplin Me-
orial Bible Class.
The Rev Oren F. Potito. of St.
Petersburg, national organizer of
the National States Rights Party,
introduced the Rev. Swift. Legion
officials stressed they had merely
rented the hall, had checked to see
if the sponsoring organizations are
on "the subversive list." and had
been advised by police that plain-
clothesmen would be on hand.
The Rev. Swift freely identified
himself as a friend of Gerald L. K.
i Smith, notorious anti-Semite, and
'said he has many friends in the
John Birch Society. But. he added,
there is room for an organization
to the right of the Birchites.
He said he had learned of a
"three step Jewish plan to destroy
Christianity in the United States."
beginning with the banning of
Bible reading in public schools.
The anti Christian conspiracy, he
contended, dominates the Federal
government.
tificate in order to recogniie that
the proper last rites were per-
formed."
Also pointed out by the Greater
Miami Chevra Kailisha statement
v.ere these items:
"One who deprives a Jewish
body oi the tahara' ritual deprives
a Jew of hi> most sacred religious
rights. It prevents him from re-
ceiving a proper Jewish burial
service in keeping with the time-j
honored traditions of his forefath-1
ers."
"The survivors have neither
the moral nor the ethical right to'
deprive their loved ones of the \
Jewish burial procedure, of which
tahara' is an essential part."
The statement, signed by Nathan
Ginsburg. president of the Chevra
Kadisha here, and Mrs. Anna Block,
president of Chesed Shel Ernes,
said that "rabbis here further ad-
viae that they will only officiate
at funerals or burial services where
the sacred rites of "tahara' have
been performed "
Donor Games *
Series Launched
Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, president
of the Sisterhood of Temple Nei
Tamid. announced that a kick-off
luncheon was held last Thursday
noon in Sklar Auditorium of the
Temple.
Sponsored by Mrs. William 1
Harris, this was the start o|
the Sisterhood's weekly donor
games, which will be held ever)
Thursday noon in Sklar Auditor-
ium, with lunch served ,t a nom-
inal charge.
In charge of the project is Mr-
Charles Raab. Co-chairman ,.
Mrs. Hary Levin. Serving on thi
committee are Mesdan: .
min Unde. Fred Deutsch, Ruth
Goldstone and Robert Levin,
Members or guests atti
donor games accumulate
which entitle- them to att< n I the
donor luncheon held later in th ..
year. f
Special Holiday
Memorial Service
Rabbi Merten Malavsk)
leader of the Israelite Center, will
officiate at special
memorial services prior I
Holy Days at Lakeside M
Park on Sunday. Sept 23
The service, schedule; for 1 3('
p.m.. is in accordance *ith Jew
ish tradition, wihch iffers up
prayers for the depart--' it this
time of the year
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Psychologist
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Dr. S\\il Marquit. psychologist.
conducted a dialogue-discussion
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Friday. September 14, 1962
Jewlst, ftcrkUan
Page 13-B
As a gift to subscribers. The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or 3as M.tzvah
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You P O Sox
2973, Miami I.Fla one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony
home address and telephone number. The rorsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
F"
Kenneth Bloom
Saturday morning services, Sept.
:v .it Temple Zion. with Kabbi Al-
fred Waxman officiating, will in-
the Bar Mitzvah of Kenneth
Mitchell, ;.on of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
in Bloom.
His grandparents are Mr. and
'Irs. Michael Brandoff and Mr and
.. Herman J. Bloom.
Kenneth is a student at West Mi
Junior High and plays (rum-
' in the school hand He will en-
: the Temple confirmation class.
sted in horses, he works at
al Gables Riding Academy
dush will be hosted by the
rant's parents
>
Irving Feit
Bar Mitzvah of Lrving, son of
.md Mrs. Morion Feu. 2311 SWJ
th st., will take place Saturday
rning, Sept. 15. at Congregation
. "i El. with Rabbi Solomon
- iiif officiating.
\n eighth grade student at Shen-
loah Junior High, the celebrant
nils the congregation's religious
-. boo!

Maurice Joseph
Bar Mitzvah of Maurice Joseph
till be observed during Saturday'
morning services. Sept. 15. at Tem-
ple Ner Tamid, with Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz officiating.
Son of Mr. and Mrs Harriett Jos-
eph. 8850 Carlyle ave.. the cele-
rant is a student at Nautilus Jun-
ior High and the Temple's religious
school.
iddush in his honor will follow
fe ceremony.
*
Howard Greenberg
Rabbi Maurice Klein will officiate
1 the Bar Mitzvah of Howard, son!
bi Mr and Mrs. David Greenberg.'.
K57 SW 15th st.. W. Miami, on Sat-
urday morning. Sept. 15. at South-
es| Jewish Center.
An honor student at West Miami
lunior High, and in the Center's
pebrew school, the celebrant plans
take post-Bar Mitzvah studies.
Oneg Shabbat on Friday and Kid
dush following the ceremony will
he hosted by the Bar Mitzvah's
parents.
* *
David Gliekman
Temple Emanu-El will be the
site of the Bar Mitzvah of David,
son of Mr and Mrs. Leonard Gliek-
man, on Saturday morning. Sept.
15, with Dr. Irving Lehrman of-
ficiating.
An eighth grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High, the celebrant has
been on the conduct honor roll,
and plays clarinet in the school
band, He also studies Irama ami
\nice.
A luncheon in his honor will be
held at the Algiers hotel following
the ~i rvices
* *
Barry Weinstein
Barry, son of Mr and Mrs Jack
W. Weinstein. 1430 Baracoa, Coral
Gables, will be Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. Sept. 15. at
Temple Judea. Rabbi Mordecai
I'odet will officiate.
An eighth grade student at Ponce
de Leon Junior High. Barry is ac-
tive in football and swimming.
He will be honored at a reception
in the Algiers hotel.
*
Corelie Scherer
Friday evening service. Sept. 14.
at Temple Zion will include the Bas
Mitzvah of Coralie Scherer, with
Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating.
An eighth grade student at Kin-
loch Park Junior High, Coralie wiJl
enter the Temple's confirmation
class.
The celebrant is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Scherer, and
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Rosen and the late Mr. and
Mrs. William Scherer.
* *
Paul Common**
Bar Mitzvah of Paul Commonas
will take place during Mincha ser-
vices of Beth Jacob Congregation
en Saturday. Sept. 15. at 6 p.m.
Rabbi Tibor Stern will officiate.
Paul is a student at Ida M. Fish-
er Junior High School, where he
Sorry Weinstein David Gliekman
Howard Greenberg
plays drum in the band. He is
also a member of the Optimist foot-
hall team.
* *
William Gompers
Rabbi Norman Shapiro will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Will-
iam Cecil Gompers at Beth David
Congregation on Saturday morn-
ing, Sept. 15.
Son of Mr. and Mrs Harry Gom-
pers. he is an eighth grade student
;d Shenandoah Junior High School.
where he plays bass clarinet in
the band He is a Boy Scout, a
member of the Beth David Cantors'
Club, and plans to continue his re-
ligious studies at Beth David.
In honor of his Bar Mitzvah,
William chanted the preliminary
Sabbath morning services at Beth
David on Sept 1 and 8
He is the grandson of Mrs. Sarah
C. Budlow. of the Stephen Foster
hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Gompers will en-
tertain in William's honor at 'T
Carillon hotel on Saturday even-
ing Reception will be Sunda\
ever-: e Balmoral hotel.
Nine Rabbis
Are Arrested
ALBANY. Ga. (JTA) Sirs
rabbis were among the 70 religious
leaders from cities in the North
and Midwest, ho were arrested
here last week when they partici-
pated in an anti-segregation pro-
test at City Hall. The rabbis, who
.ere lodged in the county jail, took
part in the demonstration with
readings from the Book of Psalms.
After the rabbis had been book-
ed, a policeman emerged from the
jail wearing a false beard and i
skullcap that belonged to one of
them, and paraded through the
first floor offices of the City Hall.
The Jewish spiritual leaders ar-
rested were Rabbi Israel Dresner,
of Springfield, N.J.; Rabbi Kurt
Flascher. Brooklyn. NY.; Rabbi
Everett Gendler. Princeton. N.J.;
Rabbi Robert Goldberg, New Hav-
en, Conn; Rabbi Bruce Goldman,
Paramus, N.J.; Rabbi Richard :-
Cael, New Haven, Conn ; Rabbi.
Jordan Oseyer, New Haven. Conn.;
Rabbi Sanford Shapiro. Brid^ep irt,
Conn.; and Rabbi Lloy 1
baum. Hunl noi L.l
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EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Watching the actions of the State
Department in Washington, one
justifiably ask if there is any re-
sponsibility to its actions, and if it
has any established policies toward
nations or countries. It is well-
knewn that, lately. Kennedy ur-
gently asked the State Department
to advise him on the official policy
toward a certain South American
country, and the policy-makers
weren't able to advise the Presi-
dent of an existing policy because
I they simply didn't have any. Per-
I haps their policy is not to have
I any policy at all.
Nevertheless, when the question
of the Jews or Israel comes up.
there are explicit and well-formu- j
lated positions taken and policies 1
manifested. Recently, when a re- j
quest came to the State Depart-
ment for its intervention in behalf
of improving the situation of Russ-'
ian Jewry, and to protest against 1
the open anti-Semitism practiced'
there, the Department was quick
to reject any move for this cause,
claiming it didn't want to jeopard-
ize the relationship between Russia
and the United States.
The Department had merely
been asked to call the attention
of the Russian Government to
the Human Rights Convention
adopted by the United Nations,
which should also have been ap-
plied to the Jewish people. How-
ever, it did nothing, in Order not
to aggravate Khrushchev by men-
tioning the plight of the Jewish
people. It was taken for grant-
ed that Russian Jewry should be
sacrificed so that Khushchev
would not be bothered by such
a protest.
But this week, a significant thing
occurred which can have great im-
pact on political and military de-
velopments in the Middle Bast, and
especially Israel. In accordance
with a reliable report in Time
Magazine, the Syrians have charg-
ed that Egypt toned down its anti-
Israel campaign in order to keep
some $251) million annual aid com
ing from the United States. The
U.S. State Department flatly de- j
nied that it had imposed any such
restrictions or conditions to this!
aid. This is an open invitation to!
the Arab countries to invade Israel, j
because the U.S. Government felt j
it important to emphasize that it]
was uninterested in stipulating such ,
a horrendous condition for the aid
given to Egypt, which incidentally
is paid in part by the Jewish tax-
payers of the United States
There is a certain similarity be- i
tween this action and the statement
made by a former US. Ambassador
to London before World War II to
the German Government, to the
effect that the United States was
not interested in the fate of Ger-
man Jewry, and by this statement
practically encouraged the Nazis
to proceed with the program of ex-
termination of the European Jews.
The "green light" given to these]
Arab countries by this latest decla- >
ration of the State Department
cannot be ignored. It must there- j
fore be asked why the United States
Government is willing to sacrifice
the only democratic country in the
Middle East, namely Israel, to
Arab countries which have prove.',
time and again, that they are en-
emies of the United States, and at
the first opportunity, are ready to
turn and have turned to Russia.
It is long past due for the State
Department to take a definite stand
by stipulating that any aid con-
tributed by this country should be
subject to conditions which require
the beneficiaries to carry on a pol-
icy of peaceful co-existence with
their neighbors, Israel included.
MAURICE GOLDR1NG
Miami Beach
vOGUST BROS R> t
,X Is thv BEST' 2
I]
Individual Memorial Services
STAR OF DAVID
MEMORIAL PARK
10 A.M. to 12 NOON %
Sunday, September 23rd
Sunday, October 7th
Rabbi Murray A. Alstet
will be present in the Park to hold
Individual Memorial Services for Mourners
Temple Memorial Services
STAR OF DAVID
MEMORIAL PARK
Sunday, October 7th
FOR THE FOLLOWING CONGREGATIONS
TEMPLE JUDEA -
Rabbi Mordecai Podet, 10 A.M.
TEMPLE ZION -
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, 10:30 A.M.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH -
Rabbi Morris Skop, 1 P.M.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM -
Rabbi Samuel Machtei, 2 P.M.
LOCATION OF PARK:
5900 S.W. 77th AVENUE
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Friday, September U :952
Rabbi Kronish Will
Report to Miami
On Israel Trip
in Leon Kronish, honorarj
chairman of the Israel Histadrui
Committee ot Greater Uiami, will
report on his jus) concluded trip to
Israel al 1 reception In his honor
at 7:30 p.m., Sept. it), ;it the Fon-
tainebleau hotel
Announcement of the tribute to
Rabbi Kronish, spiritual leader ol
Temple Beth Sbotom, was made
Wednesdaj 1 >> .1 z Stadlan, presi
dent of the Israel llistadrut Com-
mittee of Greater Miami.
Rabbi Kronish met with top of
finals, of both llistadrut and the
Male of Israel during his visit, duT
ing which he accomplished much
which will aid in speeding our com
munity's llistadrut projects in Is-
I atl." Stadlan said
\il members of the Parband,
Pioneer Women Poale Zion and
the entire Labor Zionist movement
II Greater Miami have been invil
ed in the reception
A special musical program will
be featured during the reception,
Stadlan said. "We are looking
forward to a report on the pro-
gress of the Greater Miami Med-
ical Center in the Negev sponsor-
ed by the Business and Profess-
ional Council of Histadrut."
Rabbi Kronish, a national lead-
er in llisla Irut, Stale of Israel
Bonds, Greater Miami Jewish Fed
oration and other vital Israel pro-
jects, will discuss the growing im-
portance of Israel's relationships
with the newly-emerging democrat-
ic nations of Asia and Africa, a
project in which llistadrut is plaj
ing a major role through its world
renowned Afro Vsian Institute
Moshe Herman executive direc-
tui .-I the Greater Miami Commit-
tee, will report nil plans for the
forthcoming annual Histadrui con-
ference of South Florida, tentative
ly scheduled for late October in
Miami Beat h
chaplain during World War ll *
.111 i ^
In Ills *
in the Pacific Theatre
Surviving in Israel are his wife, bernako o ulauhut
l/cla. ivi- Aviv, son, Moshe, ol v. 1 a g.
Beer Sheba; daughter, Vona, <>i "<

...
, Mrs Mbbj A\.-
v loll I
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DAVID MAR' \
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MRS. ETHEL BRL
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from '.. \ .

Jack Bernstein
Dead at Age 79
MRS. MARY DOMAN vo *.M. J^*^
a) I..... Meridian ve Miami \ "-.,,, ,.,,
Hen, h died -Vn Shi cHif lien
13 year* nu from M.....kl Mir-i MRS. MiNNi E SIMON
a^wa^is 2 i ............jauj,^
."ttja &rrdB?s as? --<-
.lack Bernstein, who came here ..,., l.nrial In Ml 1>*uu. lo^tauehiei* hieludjiw Mre
136 years ago from Washington, NeboCcm. mdfour grandchildren! Sir-
D.C., died Sept at the age of MRS ROSE EGGLESTON "... Here 111 I'hlcagn with Uordon
79 ,6, ... Ho NM .:.., as. died lug '""' ""..... '"
A pioneer member of Temple Is ".. "&, ".-".V,, "* 1." I MORR,s J NASSER
rael of Miami. Bernatein before he ^^fi'i'-* .; ',
retired, had operated a tailor shop 'v r J
., ,,;.i wa* ii ) -i ler Suti n Inn
111, n Il.-li -..ii-.
,1,1 ii i; >h< i- w and Alan
\l liii, -i- Ii i ii. i -. in- I
Inn Hei nai Si i re *
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rani owner ll>' iva* i member or______
Temple Aguth Ye*huin Su Ivlng jack GROPPER
Surviving in addition to bis wife Xhi 'araniT-i '- '" n ri'- "' ,; "'
are a son and three daughters, in- iru..ki>n : *,
on Flagler St for many years. He
lived with his wile. Fannie, at 125
SE 12th si
He also was a member of B'nai .'' ,"u;j'Ii,;.'"' |\\;"
i" tith. the Masons and Elks.
i
PHILIP BIRNBAUM
ol ISSN \i' : I died Vug
I I. ,i :i
eluding Mrs. George Lister
Services were Sept 10 ill the
Gordon Funeral Home
ELMER O BACON
:.,. ..| IHPii \ U HI h ivr., died Si |U 1
I ) i nr* ago fi "in ini'li
Mil* in ill., in. .Intnl.
Until IWII
\\ .i ill ,Ii! Pi .1 I I- I l"l IWll
: idlmi Mr* Vivian Rord
Service* Wen Si !'l I
MRS BETTINA EPSTEIN
\l mil !
Vug :' Shi ami hen
i ago it..in Ro*toti s
memln-i : I 11 -1 H'rlth and K
i l'i I hills Sui iiw i Ini*
I.ii ml, Morrl* Service* inn Am :.'
in Kiv. ...(. Memol I i i Noi
inn ml) Nl.
MRS. MILL.E MARKOWITZ
r, ..I 271 .\ \\ I oath *l ilivd Vtlg
S i .
\, >, oi i, sin \ i\ i i nun
I i. waa \l.i-
da Itthti
Mr* 'i .ii l> Mr* i. Ilh
- ./.., mid Mi* 'I'll. Uillans!
i s
, \ i In (j Kunera H 'ini
AARON WEINSTEIN
l III dUI
dit-d \ ._ : lb i .ear*
igo iron ltd and i
,1, mil de\el ; I Hi ".- lei
V\ rid w i ll and .. im m-
i..i ,.f Temple Judi > n \ .\ Ina ai
HERMAN E KOHEN
;. ..f 2 \. n. ii.hi VVh>, Miami l" -. I
i .1 Si ri .' I Ii .mi. h. i. lean
.IK" "" flevelnnd and wa H ri MRS. ANNA SCHLOSBERG
Hied im.i., ii. vv.i-.i in.mi,, i ,.i ;. ,,( |js Kuelldave Miami I teach
I h. Ma*onli 1..I1:.. Mahl Shrine, iind .o,,i vu 20 She eanie here 11
''>> ol lta>hon liolf Chili .IU... tl..... \.. y,. Surviving in
' .- !' Iteatrlei I., her huaband, Samuel; *on, Hvman
1 Mm. In Kolaml 1 is .h. 1, 1 w.i dauKhter. Mr* Kva Kauaeher;
li-ra, Mr* Man-la Kata and Mr* mi u.. grandchildren Service*
11 Leopold 111 grandchll- In \. ,, y, 1, wUb Klxeraidi
Sen ..- wen Sepl I in Rlter- Memorial l'ha|irl* In .1)
'i 1 Uton 11I __________________
SOLOMON SKOLN.K
i- I nox .iv. Miami Hi .1. h
Ma Hi I'li'd rour'ai ..'-... ufi 1Se1r.1l llni 1 m da iahti ,
kin .v.i. \ ... L'I Ii !< nl.li Mi in I '"'' ;!'M !' '' x'
ri.il 'h;i|..l Sol nuiliili 1-1,-
1 \V. in.-i.ii ,i hrol hei .1 *i*tei.
Mm Ann Sollowni s, 1 .1. were
\ Hoi 1 -ii Puneral II.>n ^.
MRS MINNIE RABINOWITZ
LEONARD GREENHOOD
.11 No th Baj
lie in..
ear* axo fi om ind a*
iuri-i Survlvlnie ari
in- h ii. Man two .ii- Wll 1
.ind I -:n nl si-'. 1 Mi Marie Sach
.,!, 1 1 linil hei Milton Servioi
v. .. in ItaltIi 1 |iM-al .11
. mi. Hi- !>> Ki\i 1 -1 1. Menioi la I
i| Waal iiglon avi Miami died Aug 13 II. i-anii lien? 1.1 year* ,.'i
.In,I .-.|.i Shi came hen aao fn.m i:r....klcn und wa* re- '
\. \ .. Sui '"' manufa lun Survli ng
Mini-- in .1 win, hi \i. \ Kahino- hi* wife, I..-., threi -.-. ihrei
VI :' 1 I. t Ii '. nevei \ ;
' brother, .1.....1. I..v... ., .ii.iiiri.!i.i. Service* *vr In .. ,.lh survlvin* an two
ilehildreii Servlcei nrookl>n nii liM-al ananaement* bj y,., ri jrt |, VIM ,,)
" -' Uordon funeral H< 1 Mra Ruth s\-humani two alatera I
MRS. ROSE LEV NE
.' 1: Ua> llarhoi di .1 .a
Vug She eaiiii n
Brooklyn Surviving ii iwi
ISAAC SHULOCK
HARRY M SINGER
.: -." SE 123rd ..1 died Ann I 1
liTdtngg Ml I'-' hi Ri 1 I, and threi
irrandi hildi n Sen lce> a Vug
Philip Zwitman
Dead in Israel
Philip Zwitman, 74, father of
Nathan Zwitman. of Miami.
in Tel Avh. Israel Active
m the Zionist Organization of New-
ark, N .1 as far back as 1915. Mr
Zwitman settled in Israel In 1932,
and worked as t scribe in the Tel
\\ i\ Municipal Library and Hall
. ( Records until his retirement in
I MO
In 1922, before moving to Israel,
he was one ol the leaders instru-
mental m bringing Rabbi Stephen
S, Wise, his lifelong friend, to the
historic annual slate membership
meeting in Newark which enlisted
c 1.000 members at one time
\ son, Rabbi Colman A. Zwil
man former spiritual leader of
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
liicl in 1949 as resull of a dis
abilit) he received while serving
..... IHw Mil Miami Reach ,? "' -"',,NI- ;"' died \< 11 ^ R| -----, Memorial Chapel Sor-
.. .. "
x. .-
boxel under Ih. 7, '," '"- EDWARD NEUMANN
' ,, ~ an. of "I X\V 13th in lied Aug. (
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f2lii.illa.vdi \: ni It. ... '1
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' hi* Ifi Itlam li hi* wll Kai 11 .. -, i
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Mo Nrr\ leea ere Se|H 1 "hn
ADOLPH RIBNER HAROLD L GOLDSTEIN
1' in- .,%. Mian Ri Wl nve Ml 111 1 Hi '
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Sun I ... \. 1 ahoe *ton
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lb .: I n.mi..ini .1 --. und atein, ..ini .1 brothel Servlis^* were In
sin..- greal grandchll- l: with River* li Mei
Sei vi. Sepl s in .: "li p. I 11 li.irt.
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EARL C. TATELBAUM
MRS TILLIE RUBINSTEIN BW Nh RI Vllg 11
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MAURICE COHEN
-II SU ..: I ., .
i.e here 13 yea ago
retire, Mna* and
loughn ii ihop si,
I Milan, two
l i ., dauichte J
rtervli vi. in;
M. mortal i'li.i|..-l. n. .
OR ABRAHAM B. PEMSLE.R
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W.LLIAM MORTON
I 'I I 'olllll* |M
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li
Mr* l.irl.r. Stein
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viton i.i
JACOB STEINBERG
:;. ..' Ii ffei
In a \ : ;'-
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retired
He waa a niei
Miami Ri ... h K -
S.>utll Sli.'l e I'ltlgel
i i Ir '.
- ii- Kol and Renja .
M Viol, n .-
I hie. hrother* and i
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II ii
HERMAN COLTON
;i, ..f : NK
11 ime hen
I'nn ld< il R.I., and a
sal..-,,iai S Ivln
li .in ('. .i -..ii .i laui
gi indi Inlili en Sei
Id. with il
Iti Kuneral II
MRS. AUGUSTA F
I Venel
Shi .mi. I
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' :,'n, ? sf.h1
huaband '' x,
",*i"'l waa a graduate of Miami Reach High '"'' -x '' Serv
, veteran of the A He
I, hildn-n Service* in-, in New :! v"' '" ^'"fornta I v '
-i
ROOFING CO.
M T*ra la Mloml
ability
R-roofi9 A Bepalri
All Typ. Reef* Slace 1920
ASC FOR FREE ESTIMATES
ON ROOFING
Phone FR 3-6244
pflimtn
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v ik "in, |(H-al arrana;ement* bV .";,'." '" ""'k '"' rtowrd Hughe* i'o ai
. mi al n. in. elertnmlca englneei Su vh iig an
___ hi* wit. Sandra hi* mm hei VI
MRS. ROSE MESH i'.in..- T 1. II, ,,ni, ., Iirothel ind
W Ml. II I s>..... ,V1" *""' 1 V vv VUI
SVV .v e .In I Sepl ,. n |, M<
here i v. .11- ng,i ii..in |a, ,|
nnatl and vv.,. ., m.-nil.. i ,.f i
:,"-' Wumei Survh lUJ i- .. -; f.DNA SAKS LANSBURGH
\ '. ..... -'' '-' ';"...... K in W Kivu VII i di M
' ".....'"'"' '""" Horn. I Aug 1*. SI
I ear* agro fnun Kaltln
. miii
Miller Electric Co.
of Miami, Inc.
QUALITY CONTKACTING t SffV/Cf
3905 N.W. 37th Ct.
Ph. NE 3-2686
HERMAN S. SALZBERG
i: i, lid .iv Mi.,
.11. .1 s.|... 7 it. .mi, here in year*
and w.,. ., .1 huh
- Survh inu .,:, hi*
.ii. i -i. vi .1 ., d .
Mr* .i.i .il.iin, Shi i -niiin two bro-
Ma* \i and .. -
v' Sai Hnltaman s. v ....
In Nn man I- unei al Home
___ ROBERT LEE SUGAR
I UM "Mi .,v. ,ii. I 8ept I
H. .....even ..: .ic" from
nd wa* itudent al
r | ... Miami Sun
\li and Mr*
TOS BtTTtt Hl&UH VISIT THt
MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE
Phyiicol Therapy Body Conditioning
General Diognesis and X Bay
Colonic Irrigations
Cabinets and Massage
Ultra Sank Therapy
m her huaband, .1 .1 i
M.'i'i- l .i ii.-l.1.'u-it Mian Reach hotel
o ii. r u ; ,11,1 i
i Ire* vv Vui i In Rhri ilde Me-
mol Ini 'hi;..-! Alton
MRS ANNA GROSS
I'M .... illed Aug
Shi ..
Md g are n
r 11... -
ulh) Mi I.i onai .1 K i Mr*
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERV.
No. 62C 9805
IOIIN I'll. .\l AS I '. \ \
I'lalntlfl
v -
MRS. BELLA WARSAGER
ol i:.' Meridian ..v. M MAIMARK1 MARY IHM.A.N
died Aug Shi im. hen 12 teai* ndani
^.w York S SUIT FOR DIVORCE
hei husband, Isidore a da .t M- rti MARilARKT \lu;l IHM VN
' w ...n- M .,. .i ..-..
Ihree .-!-..- .Mr r New New York
Mr* \l : Kat* and Mr* Vnna > MARilARKT MAKY l'i VN
I..in. i: ,-,,. ... ,-, I n Itlll "of
. .1 fi ii gra lohlldren >. tire* m foi Diirnvi ha* bes-n filed
were Vug I in Rh i i nidi Mi m iai i ed to
.Ii.,-,..l. Alton i.i Vnawi
the Rill .: I ,. ,,., ,|
7235 Biscayne Blvd.
PHONE PI 7-7234
,:,k' .1 ,i, -
MRS EVELYN SOLOMON
I. Of SO ijtli Miami Reach, died
8h.....me hen -, ,, n THK JEWISH PI ORllil AN
New I Surviving .,r.- h, IHiNK VNI> IIRIIKRI-Mi ,. \i .
Ilhdiv I Sen
li In and \ D. is "' "
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I'.i.i'in nrk
- VMI l'i. STKKN
ALBERT KLEIN ,. w ,,
-'.' n.. lied Jut]


1,14-tl
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JLOGfs -1. "
DADE COUNTY FLOR :j
No. 54'0
KST VTK >K
I'HINI I'KAI
-. .
NOTICE OF INTENTION "- ''i'v-
APPLICATION c-s,c
FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni 'Tii'i: i- hen
h..v ill...I Hi) ..
final li
ol the .-i.ii.- '
SUN I thai
ila\ ,,t i ., |obi
.;i'.ii:.;i'
Count) 'ude ol Ihi I
i .. .in il

StiN di
ilh .l.iv ..i v
- HOKMIPAS
Mi. Hei ii n. Kaplan A
I.. n Kapl ii
Altorne) foi Exi .
IN THE C I RC U IT COl'R T OF THB
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL C s. -
FLORIDA IN AND FOR?4"6
COUNTY. lNCHANs'
No 62C 7!
l'i riZKNS KKHEKAI. v'
VNI> LOAN ASSim'IA
HI Al VH .
indei the law of thi
Plaintiff,
ii m:i.i:s CHKSTKR SKAR^
NOTICE OF FORKCLOSURE b1--'
NOTU'K IS HKUKB1 i.
- in i lo ., tlnal !' re,
, dated Septemb. i
-. .1 In i 'hanrei y Oa*i
.':-, ii: .'
in.ii. Iai Circuit in \-
County, Kl.ni.i.. v. ,
i'i:i.i:i: vi. sa v i N<:s
VSS. i. I VTH'N' ..I" HIAl
Miration orttanlaed
;li. lull...I State*
.'11 VKI.ES CHESTER S
dant, l win s.n in M
' bl Mi : '.....lah
,r th. I>ad. '
In Mian I IWidi ;
Ida I. II,
,|.iv of October, I'"
bed propert) a* -
Block < }"
HARDENS. :.. irdlng
ili,-i. .- rded
.;, Pa*
..r.| ..f Hade County. >
luted thi- llth .lav ul -
'"' K B LBATHERMAN
Circuit Court, I'.i' s
!-.v PERN E C.il


Friday. September 14, 1962
-Jenist Fkricfiar?
Poge 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTILL UnUtn
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
-,, .TIi E is HEREBY GIVEN thai
, un lei signed, desiring lu engage in
under '" Uoiik mi m< 1if
.LECTION BURBAP OF FLOR-
til i ;:i alda Ai enue, ral
i. -. Floi lila Intends i<> i-is > :
..l name with the Clerk "f the Clr-
III ol : '.!' i' ."in K|.|
i H \IH l-IT FIA 'Itll'A. IN'i V
It; K Mi I v ii. I Hal lllei (a88l > i
m I ..i ctirp.l Soli iw ii) r
iHN :l AhL, JR
IP|I I.., Ill
n-il I el ii Pon I P.ldv.
: I4-21-2S, 10/."
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
tl..... i-tsigned, ..-iii- to 11j.;i.^. in
11,isin. *s i ii i. i the fictitious name of
R \ Ml at 17420 8.W. I 18th I'la. i .
ml. nil- to : '-'' I
mid name with the Clerk of the Clr-
cult Court ..f I lade i 'ounl y, Hoi
WAI TER i Roi i.i:
WALTERS. MOORE COSTANZG
H) Arthur l l'. kleman
Attorney* fot Walter J Royle
9,7-1 1-21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY I1IVKN that
. un.ieiHlt.neil, oeaiilng to engagi in
t -in--- un i. r the 11... ii inn- name >!
\t: lilt it I'AMDKN in R340 N.E 2nd
.Well lie, Miami > ml.ni.- to registel
-,;,i ii.in., with the Clerk of the Clr-
Court -.1 i un.- County, Piorlda.
MBLVIN WEISS
, 14.21 -2S '.. -
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 52028-C (Clark)
KK ESTATE OF
IRVING PRANK, formerls known
.is isldor Frank
I '. ..IM .1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR
FINAL D.SCHARGE
NOTICE I* hereby given thai l
have I.I.-.I ni\- final report and petl-
r Final Discharge as Executrix
ill. estate of IRVINO PRANK de-
....-.-.I: and thai on tin- Bth da) ..f
(toiler, 1862, will apply to the Hon-
Hide tSeorge 'I'. Clark Count) Judge
Dadi County. Florida, f.>r approv-tl
i.i -,n.i final report ami for final die-
liarge as Executrix of ih.- Estate "I
\.; PR \nk. .1. ceased
This 19th da) ol April, 1981
BETTY PRANK, Executrix
H VROI [> SHAPIRO
m \ f..| ExeCUtl Ix
i 7-1 I _-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56762-B
S ItE Estati of
Xi 'All II STAGE,
I'....,.-. ,|
NOTICE TO CREO TORS
T.. Al Creditors and Ml Pi rsns II.n -
nn Claims or Demands Against Said

You ire hereb) notified and re-
red i" present an) .1 Ims and de-
mands which you may have again*!
tin istate ..f NOAH H. STAGE .....
need i..i. of I lade i 'ounty, Plot da,
:. the County Judges Had. County,
.ii.l file the same in their offices in
lh< Count) Courthouse in Han. Coun-
ty, Fiorina, within six calendar
Hunt ha from th.- date of the .list
fubllcatlon hereof, or tt- same will
i. barred.
llt.MA M STAGE,
Administratrix .-i the estati of
XOAH H. STAGS, deceased.
Law Offices ..f LEONARD II WOLF*.
At tome) for the Administratrix
By: l*-wls 1-'. Cohen (or tin- Firm
1130 S W. First St.. Suite 107
Miami 36, Ha.PR I-C381
9/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTU'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih. undersigned, desiring i<' engage in
huslm-ss under the flctltloua name of
KEY PERSONNEL al l910North East
163 si. North Miami Beach mi. mis
-:. r -an1 name lili the 'lerk
..l Hi.- Cireull Court of Hade County,
Florida
TERESA :< o i.i.i:.n..
Role mi
i 7 11 :; -L's
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR D/DE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 9602
ELIZABETH JOHNSON.
, Plaintiff,
vs.
CHARLES JOHNBON,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl >: CHARLES JOHNS" IN
i- t-' l.. Johnson
123 Cedar Valley It..ad
Bristol, Tennessee
Y..ii. CHARLES JOHNSON, are
hen b) notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce lias been filed
agalnsl you, and you are required to
serve a copy f your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill "f Complaint on
ih.- Plaintiff's attorney, Eugene .1.
Weiss, 107 Lincoln Road, Miami
Reach, Florida and file the original
Answei or Pleading in the office of
Hi. Clerk "i ilo- Circuit Court on or
liefore the 8th da) "f October, 1962
II you fail i.. .1.. .-.. Judgment b> de-
fault will I" taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Rill of Com-
idainl
Tins notice shall I... published one
each week for f.uir consecutive ....k-
in THK JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
HONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, ibis- ".th dn) "I September,
A I i 1962.
i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
I sea II By: I. 8NEEDEN
l i.-pntv Cl rk
El'GENEJ WEISS
107 Lincoln Road
Miami Bi ach, Florida
Attorne) for Plaintiff
: 7-14-31-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
ilo undersigned, desiring to engage in
liusini s- undei ..... f ctltloua name of
KI'RT Ml 'Ti IRS ai 840] X W Till
\\- \i said
n.in... with the Clerk ..f the Circuit
1 '..mi ..: I.....mi Florida,
K RT LENKWA Y
- 24-31, 9 T-ll
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-20F69
XOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Hi n Boskln holdi r of City ..f Hlaleah
Tax Sale Certificate No, 106 Issued the
23d da) ..f May, A.D I960, has filed
same In m) office, and has mad. ap-
plication fo a i in di ed i" hi Issued
11.....ii Said Certificate embi
the following described propert) In
'in i' .un -. ..i I lade, State ..I Plot
to-wll:
Lot :'. Block 17. s.-min..la City, Sec
#2 I'i.i- Book I'.i-. 134, Section 12,
Township i3 South, Rang. 10 East,
in the t It) .a ll .. ..Ii. < 'mint) ..f
l m.i. Slat.- ..f Florida
Th.- assessment of said taropert)
under ih*- said certificate was in the
name "f: Archie Johnson
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. the prop-
ert) described herein will I. sold :
the highest bidder al the Court llous.
door "ii i he first Monday in the
month of Ocl iber, 196!, which is the
1st day of i Ictober, 1962.
Dated this 22nd day ..f August, 1962.
K. I! LEATIIEIiMAN, Clerk ..f
circuit Court, Hade County, Piorlda
(81 a I i B) : It M LEEPER,
11. put) Clerk
8 24-81, : 7-H
thai
T in
:! i.
if
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
'- LOR. DA IN PROBATE
No. &6S91-B
IN RE: Estate of
ROBERT C. SCHWARTZ,
I... eased.
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
To All Creditors and All Persona H..\-
Claims or I'.-ioanus Asalnst Said
:- ti
> u are h. reb) n.itifi-il and re-
nulred i. present an) claims and de-
mands which you ma) Imv.. against
Ihi estate of ROBERT C. SCHWARTZ
..-..I late id Dade Counti P*6r-
i :., I., ih*- County Judges of Had.-
..ml file the same in th.il
in t he ..nn.y .....n housi in
H .1.- County, Piorlda, within si\ ,.i
i ndai in..:.ihs from the date .>f the
Hist publication hereof, or the same
l>HI .1
zi:i.i >A si iiu ai: iv.
s. II, CRAMER
M V MKRMELL
n. \
- VV riiii .i Vvenue
i .1 Ida
-E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOHIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 9B09
' \ 'II I- iCDERAI. S \\ INC.S
' N ASS, n 'IATII IN
hi ...n.
.1 \ I.Mi i.\l >. known now
in OPHELIA SMITH, a
in, i al ,
nd.mis
NOTICE OF SUIT
' is P1IHR SCHOENTHAL
VKE HKRKBi NoTlr IED th ll
been filed in the above-si) led
losi thai i .i tain ntori
Klven Ii) Ii I. K N N WILLIAM
' JH and VIDA SKILLMAN
l is wife to MIAMI BEACH
IA I. SAVINGS AND l.i'AN
IATH N dated I (ctobi r :'. 1936,
i '.i ber i. 1956 under i "lerk's
N I' I- I 19113 ..I the Public Rec-
ited! County, Florida, agalnsl
low Ing den i Ibi .1 propert) I> -
" ""' I" IMC in Had. Count) I- lol -
||
Block II, CUTLER RIDGE,
! I'lo.N THREE.......rdlng to the
Ijat thereof, recorded in Plal Book
Ige 83 of the Publli Records
' Hade '..nniy. Florida and ven.
ti.in blinds
, are required to serve cop) ol
I your answer or pleading on the Plaint-
,., hi.in. \s, MEYER, WELSH,
' "B>> & ROSE, 107 l.in.-..lii Road,
" Reach, Piorlda snd rib '..
answer In the offi......f the
' h ?l the Circuit Court, on or bi
, 'he 16th .lay ,,r October, I96J,
, '"is. the allegations ol said Com-
' '"" iU be taken
AS CIMlfcS.-. tl
,. ;1Ti-" ii Miami, Dade County,
[ Ihls nth day of Septembi r,
'' B r.i: VTHERMAN, Clerk
'' By l, SNEEDEN,
i 'eputy Clerk
1/14-21-88, in ;.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C-8930
CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
l.i'AN ASSOCIATION OK H1ALEAU,
a corporation organised under the
laws of the United Stales.
Plaintiff.
vs.
lELVIN P. JOYCE, JR., and
DIANA K JOYCE, his wile, an
| incomiMdent,
1 i. :., .'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ELV1N P. JOYCE, JR.
c/o Peggy Joyce
:'7 llaroy Street
Hi. ehold. New- Jersey
rOU, Kl.VIN P. JOYCE. JR., are
hereby notified that a Complaint to
Foreclose Mortgage and for other
-luitable relief agajnsl the following
described property, to-wlt;
l.ot ::'. Block 17. CAR.'I. CITS
GARDENS, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Hook 65,
Page 181, of the Public Records of
Had. County, Florida,
has beep filed agalnsl you and you
are required t" serve a copy of yout
answei or other pleading to said
Complaint on the Plaintiff's an.nn.y,
DANIEL SEPLER, 100 Hlaleah Drive,
Hlaleah, Florida, and file the original
answer or other pleading In the office
..i the Clerk of the Circuit Coutl on
i i,. for. ih. th d < of I Ictober, 1962.
II you fall '" .1" s... Judgment b) de-
fault "ill I"- taken agalnsl you fot
relief .l.in.. ii i. 'I in said i "om-
I,i port lose Mm tgage and for
..id. i ,|ini ible relief This ,,
shall be puhlishi d h w. I. for
i 11 ..us. .ii i\ ei ks in the
Jew i- h Plot
Hated this Ith d I) : S< ptember,
'
i: II LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i 'ii. mi Court, I 'ade I 'ounl i !
...ni Hi C P Ol 'PKI.ANI'.
Deputy clerk
DANIEL SEPLER.
\ for Plaintiff
ill., ah l'i iv.-
i ih, Hoi Ida I'h Tl"
1/ 7 -11 21 ".'8
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO Al.l. TO WHOM THESE PRK-
SIINTs SHALL COME. GREETINGS
w her. .-. FRED R. BAISDEN, Ml-
Wll BEACH, PMIRIDA; LILLIAN
I. RAWLINS, MIAMI BEACH, Kl.olt-
!l'.\ DEU 'RES MacNUTT, Ml VM1
REACH, FLORIDA did "ii the ith
da) "i Man h, .\ l' 1916, cause i- be
ii. nrpotiited under the laws ..i the
State of Florida BAY LANDS, INC
ii corporation, with its principal place
,,( business al MIAMI BEACH, D VDE
COUNTY, hi the State of Florida, and
whereas such corporation did on the
uli da) ..f September, A 11 196 '
cause i..... filed In the offl.....f the
.-.. i. iai> ..i sia.....i the State ol
Florida, the dn.-um.niai > a tthorlt)
i. quiri .1 iiinl' r Sei tmn 608 .'7. Ploi Ida
Statutes, showing the dissolution "i
h .. .i pi rH Dull
Now, therefore, the Secretary -<
State does hereb) certif) i" the fore-
-..iiu: ami thai he is satisfied thai the
requirements of the law have been
compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, l havi
hereunto set m> hand mu\ have
affixed th. Great Seal of the State
,,r hi..i ida a i Tallahassee, the
Capital, this the i-ii'TH day of
SEPTEMBER, A D. 1962.
(seal) TOM ADAMS,
Secretary of siai.*
9/14/62
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-20854
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Ren Boskln, holder of Count)
Sale Certificate numbered 836,
2318 and :':"'.i Issued the 1st da)
: June, A H. I960, has filed same In
my office, and has made application
fot a tax deed to be Issued thereon
Said certificates embrace Ihe follow-
ing described property, in the Count)
d Had... State ..i Florida to-wlt:
l..it :. Block l. Blitans Add t.. i '.ins .
Hlai Book 19 Pagi -1 in the County
>.f Had.-. Si,ii,- of Florida, as > -
bi... ed in "ei tiflcate No. 836
Th.- assessment ol said property un-
der the said certificate Issued was In
the nan.....f Nathaniel Cut)*.
Lol 14 Block 1~ Fulford By The Sea
see n. Plal Ho..k 8 Page ".7 in the
County m Had... state of Florida,
as embraced In Certificate No. '.-l I
Th.- assessmi in ol said property un-
der the said certificate Issued was In
the name ,f .1. I. LawVer.
E 26.83 Ft of S 25 Ft Lol A W
18.16 Ft ..f s -.v. Ft of Lol 7 P.Ik S
& I ..; :I6 Hlk 1. Hit 18-27, (Minda
Villas., Pint Ho..k r> Pace 95 In the
County nf Dade, State "i Florida, as
embraced In Certificate No. 2818
The assessment of .said property un-
der the said certificate issued was In
the name of Harr) H. Hammock.
W IB.l Ft Lol 15 A: All Lot 17 Flai;-
ler Park., Plat Hook 4 Pane 89 In
the County of Hade. State of Flm-
ida. as embraced m Certificate No.
2964.
The assessment ..f said property un-
der the said Certificate Issued was in
the name of William H. Smith.
Unless said .-ertlflcates shall be re-
deemed according to law. the prop-
erty described herein will bi sold to
ihe highest bidder al the Court House
door on ihe first Mnnda) in the
month Of October, 1962. which is the
1st day of October. 1962.
Dated this 22nd day of August, 1962.
E. B. LBATHERM-N. Clerk ..f
i n cull C .;ir-. 1 'a le Colin > Hoi i la
(seal) B) R. M LEEPER,
Deputy Clerk
- 24-81. 9/7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-Z0798
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ben Boskln holder of City of Miami
l.i.ii Sail Certificate No. ho Issued
the 6th day .if ,lni,. A.li I960, has
tiled same iii my office, and has
made app Icatlon for a tax di .-.I t.. be
issued iii. i. on Said i'. mi., at, em-
1 ;" the follow ing dead il.,.i pi op
ert) in th.. County "f Hade, State of
Plot ida, to-wlt:
I...I 7 Block : Railroad Shops Inter-
School Tract Plat Book 8 Page 192
in the fit; of Miami. County of
Dade, State ..f Florida
Th.- as.-, -sm. ni of said property
iind.-r the said certificate was in the
name ..r Elisabeth s Holllngsworth.
L'nli -- i i i.i: ni. ai.- shall I., re-
deemed according lo law, the prop-
ert) .les, 1 III, ,| ll. in j'| he SOld tO
the highest bidder al th. Court Hous.
dooi i.ii the flrsi Mondai in the
month of October, 1962, which is the
Isl day ..| i Ictober, |162
Dati i i iiis. 22n i da) of August, 1902
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
Circuit '..nil. I ..:- i ..in i |, ,ia
'"-al) By: H. M LEEPER,
I leput) i "Ii rl<
8 24-31 7-n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56560A
IN RE: Estate "i
I AY FREEMAN,
I '.-.ease.!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persont Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estati
You ar. hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate 'of I AY FREEMAN de-
ceased late nf l-ade County, Piorlda
'.. the i "ount) Judges dI Had. County
and HI. the sain.- in their offices In
the County Courthouse in Hade Coun-
ts Florida, Ithln six i alendar
months from the date ..f the first
implication hereof, ..i the tm ill
be ha ii..I
l.i'lis FREEMAN
MAC MERMBLL
Ai torney
1900 S W Third Avenue
Miami 36, Florida
* 24-31,9 7-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
F CT TIOUS NAME LAW
Ml K HEREBY GIVEN that
th- iiml. ,! ing to engage In
i. ,-, inder the flctltlou :
RAE DAVID at loth SI .
lli.ii. ii I I'.. mi. ii.I- to reglsti
ii.. i... with in- I. rk of thi .' n
Court nl l ade < 'ounl). Plot Ida,
IIV I.EVINE
MAX i;. II.I .1 ARH
Attorne) for llv I.. \ in.
I '
NOTICE UNDtR
FICT,TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo m:..-. |n
iiiisin.s- under ih- fictitious name of
SHENKMAN INSPRANCE AGENCY
ii 9140 s W 53rd Street, Ml iml,
Florida Intends to register said namt
with Hi. "ii rk ..i the i 'in mi i' iurt
of i iad. i ',..nii\. pi irlda
GBR \l.l> SHENKMAN
Sole i IVi mr
K KSSLER .v GAR!
Attorni for Applicant
1998 s W 1st Strei
- 81, 9/7- 1-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, d-Mlrlng k. engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GRANDPA'S TRADING POST at 26750
South Federal Highway, Naranja,
Florida Intends in register said name,
with th. Clerk of the Circuit Court
if I 'ade County, Florida.
LOR-NANE, INC (a Florida .....*p.)
Sole i iwnei
l DAVID LIEBMAN
Attorney for Applicant
v 24-81, : 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C-7584
EDITH CANT' >R.
Plaintiff.
vs.
GERTRl'DE PALM ER and IIARol.D
CANTOR as individuals and as
Ex, itors ami Trustees of the Estate
of William E Cantor, deceased, and
MARGARET I.EVINi !TI IN,
Ii.'. I., i.i.
NOTICE OF SUIT
. i iKRTRI'DE PALMER
i >ll I: 1st li4th Strei I
New York City. New York
HAROLD CANT" HI
16 East I tl
Sa vannah : orgis
MARGARET LKVINC.Tl IN
i -i. .- il Ii Shol Dili
Miami It. in h. Florida
V.iC ARE HEREB". Nl "TIFIED th il
a suit ha.- i.e. ii liroughl ..
Ii) EDITH t'ANTOR, Plaintil
Quiet Title to I ha t eel
mori pni i li-ulii 11 desci Ibcil as
Com mi n. ing al the int. is. ction ..f
ih. So ith Ii of Bust Mow r) Str. i I
and i lie East side -i >
Ai nue, I lomestead, I' ide l
Floi Ida, ..s i In point ul
i hi ... Soul along the said East
line ..r Soul h l\ ..... i .ihi.. a dls-
lan.....i Hat I
angle K is' dlstani nf fi. 62 f.-. i .
thence Northeasterl) along the
West Right-of-wa) line of the main
tract of the Florida East Coast
,.,> a distance ..f 128 '.: 11
a point on the South sidi of East
Mov r) Stn -i thence West along
the said South side "f East Mi i (
Sir. .1 a d lane. ,,f I |s ... fl I,,
the point "I beginning nf the land
ll.lelll.ll" .\ ileSl'I ill."ll.
Above lying and being in NW, of
N\V i i in' SW l I of Section IK,
,, South, 19 East, situate in the
i it) ..r Homestead, Count) "i I >adi
State of .
..mi for othei relief, and you are re-
quired to file your Answer lo said
Complaint with the Clerk ( ihe
ftbovi -nl.d Court, and I., serve n
...ip\ thereof on plaintiff's attorneys,
ALBERT Ii WEINTRAl'B and A.
JAY CRI8TOL, 219 Becurlt) Trusl
Building, Miami 82, Florida, not later
than Un 2isl day nf September, 1962,
In default of a-hlch said Complaint
will h, takep ils confessed b) you.
DATED al Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this 21al da) "i August, 1962
E. B LEATHBBMAN, Clerk of
th.- Circuit Court
is...Ii By E ll LANWAY.
Deputy Clerk
^ 21-31, 9 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56833
IN RE: Estate of
BARNETTE K. OUNN SB
I'. .eas.-.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims ..i Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t.i ores, nt any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of BARNETTE K GCNN,
sit., ii.-.-.ased late nf Had.- County,
Florida, to the County Judges of
Had.. Count]*, and file the same in
lli.ii offices in the COUOty Court-
house in Hade County, Florida, with-
in six calendar months from ih. date
Of the first publication hereof, or the
same will be haired.
W. WINSTON OUNN, s*R.,
as- E.y.-eutor of the Estate .if
Itarnette K. c.unn.
MARVIN I WIENER, Attorney
913 Ainsley Kuildlng
Miami, hlnrlda
8/24-31. 9/7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58642-A
IN RE: Estate of
PAULINE STEER,
1 leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims .T Demands Against said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t.. present any claims and de-
mands which \"ii ma) have agalnsl
Un estate ..f PAULINE STEER de-
ceased late nf Dade County, Piorlda,
to tlie County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in their offioes
in the Count! Courthouse in Hade
County, Florida, within six calendar
- ir..ii, I hi dab ol tin
publlcal Ipn h. r< ul or the same will
irred
SI.VK IN STEER, Executor
SIDNEY Kl RONS! >N Vttorney
. i' Securit) Trusl I
Miami .:.. !
S 21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 9054
Tl IE U I I.L.'AMSHI 'RGH
SA VINOS RANK
Plain
\ s
KARL s >M Bi BROWN and
S( IN V V K BR( IWN, his If. .
ami Hl'ltHARD LAWS mil MRS
II: liHARP LAWS his
I ..f. ndnnts
NOTICE OF SUIT
|*( KARI I \\l.i;\ 111(1 i\\ N n.i
SI IN YA K BR< i\\ N his w Ife
W( si I.in i.i Vista Blvd.
Rnswi i New M. xlcn
\-, notified thai Ihi
abovi ... (,i i.ai..I : Ion has hi en in
stituted against you in th. Cln lit
I'l.iui of Hi- ELEVENTH .1 ah. lal
Circuit of Florida In and for DADK
'i.nni\ to fn rtgage upon
the following described real propert;
I...I L'. Block ::. CORA I. \\ A Y
PLAZ v........ling to the plal there-
of, re.....led In i 'lal I look 8 al
Pug, 61 : i .. Publli R. ords of
Hade i "i.imiv. Flm Ida
You ari i.......-,l to file your an-
swer to plaintiffs complaint with the
clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
nerve copy thereof upon plaintiffs
attorne) MARTIN PINE, nth Floor
Had.- Federal BIdg Miami 32, PI.....la
nut later than Septembel 24, 1962, or
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t. engage n
business under the fictitious name "f
SUBURBAN SMOKE SHOP al 9481
Harding Avenue, Miami Reach, Plor-
I ida Intends to register said name
with the clerk of the circuit Court
of I iade 'ount) Florida
NINITA, INC.
B) Mercedes Peres, President
WALL & ;:. 'I'll
Attorn, v- foi Ninita, inc.
.. II Blsca) ii. Hlxil
Miami hilil Ilia
- 24-31, : :-H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
I'usim ss under the fictitious name of
FRATERNIDAD EDITORIAL LA PO-
I.II.I.A at 200 S.W. lTtli Court in the
City ..f Miami. Florida intends to
i.r the sanl name with the Clerk
..I the Circuit Court "f Hade County.
Florida
Haled al Mian... Florida, this l.'.tb,
if August, 1962.
THE BOOKWORMS EDITORIAL
FRATERNITY, INC.
By: HECTOR DE LARA, Secretary
I.ESTER ROGERS
Attorney for Applicant
921 N.W. nth Sir,.i
Miami, Florida
8/M-31, 9 7-14
notice under
fictitious Name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Imisiii. ss under the fictitious name of
MACRY'S MINIATURE GOLP
COl'RKE at 129 Collins Avenu^", Mi-
ami Beacfl intends to register said
name with tht> Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County, Piorlda,
FLORENCE SPIKO 100'i
KastenbaunL Mau.iuer, Oopman
A Epstein
Attorneys for Applicant
One Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami Reach 39. Fia.
8,24-31, 9/7-H
I'. ci e Pro Confessn will I.....in.
ri agalnsl you
I 'ale,I Aliens! 20, 1961
I-: B LEATHERM \ N, Clerk
of tile Circuit I 'ourl
(seal) B) HELEN KESSLER
l leputy 'lerk
MARTIN PINE
Attorne) for Plaintiff
1 llh Flool I 'ad. I-". .1. lal Bldg.
Miami 82, Umlida
I 24-11, : Mi
IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 100016
JEPPER80N STORES. INC.,
a Fia. Col p.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
John p PITZS1MMONS, and
JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER
AND STORAGE, INC., ft Fin Corp
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO DEFEND
YOU, JOHN P FITZSIMMONS,
Residence Pnknown, are hereby no-
Ihal .. Complaint for Debt and
Writ of Replevin a talnsl
Z. nil h Blondi Ti Ii i-i. i
Set No TI i.i :--
has hi ii :il- .1 ... ainsl roll and you
in.....i:'ii-. .1 i.. a cop) >.: > our
answei attorne) Claudi
I :.i i n. s L' -:: Caluniel I -lu.. M Is ml,
Flu an.I file thi original with the
< :. i:. a..... i. fore ihe
3rd day ......'tobi AH. 19412 ll ) ou
fn l to do so, .1 ilgn .in by D
\\ ill I..- .taken aga nsi you for tl
- mhi in th. ''.....plaint This
in.in. shall bi published once n ^ K
foi i weeks in Tl .i. isii I-'I.. .! in.
I mm a'.l I "I d. i d, a : Miami. l-'l..r-
' Vugusl
c,. .1. PAPPAS, Clerk ..;' Smal
.en I -aile I 'Olllll '. l'li'l ilia
' seal i B) Altna 11 v nea
I put) ('irrk
_____ ___________9 7-ll-21-;8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT~
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56611-A
IN Itl-: Estat.
II M.I- IMKR) LACRUZ
|.. .,-. ,i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. To All '". ind All Persons Hav-
ing Claims ..1 Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
Y.'ii are hereb) notified and requir-
ed lo present any claims and de-
mands whi.-h you may have against
the .state ,,f BALDOMERO LACR1 /..
deceased late of Had.- County, Flor-
ida, i" ih.- County Judges of Dudfl
County, -'^^ flli the same In dupli-
cate and as orovlded In Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In their offices In
ih. Count) Courthouse In Dad Coun-
ty, Florida, within sis calemlar
months from the time of the I il
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated ai Miami Florida, this l.'.tb
day of August, A.D. 1962.
SAM I SI I.V Kit
\- Administrator C.T.A.
First imhllcatioii of this notice on
the 24th da) of August, 1981
Hall.it, Silver, I'aiii.i \- Stern
Attorneys for Administrator C.T.A.
217 Blscayne Bids;., Miami :'2. Fia.
S -1-31, 9/7-14


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Friday. September 14. 1962 I I Unisf ITPDriidliiir Page 11-A Rabbi Kronish Offers Some Fresh Views on Israel In spite of the recent dramatic increase in refugee immigration. Israel is continuing to expand its dynamic program of assistance to the newly-emerging nations of Asia and Africa. That was the report Wednesday of Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholom. following a three and a half week study mission in Is1 ii'I. in which he surveyed major projects of Histadrut, Israel's huge labor movement. "This surge of ill-fed, ill-clothed and, in fact, ill immigrants has made Histadrut the vital third force in absorbing this wave of Jews, many from the strifetorn lands of North Africa," Rabbi Kronish said. "The United Jewish Appeal continues its vital task of bringing immigrants into Israel. Dollars realized from the sale of State ot Israel Bonds provide the jobs and istng necessary for every immigrant And Histadrut now provides medical care for each immigrant from the moment he touches eh ire 'it was disheartening to realize lh.it the thousands of new immiints are. through no fault of their own. reintroducing into Is• -I many of the diseases such as Tculosie which had been conquered. • But such projects as the Greater Miami Medical Center in the N'egev, sponsored by the Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami, will play a key role in eliminating this challenge After meetings with Yehoshaua Levi, treasurer of the Histadrut, and I. Kanev, director general of RABBI L(ON KRONISH Histadrut's Kupat Holim welfare services, it was decided that this project will be located in the Negev capital of Beersheba. "Although the major center will be in Beersheba. Histadrut also is setting up clinics in new towns such as Arad even before they are actually built." the Miami Beach spiritual leader said Honorary chairman of Histadrut's activities in Greater Miami. Rabbi Kronish made extensive studies of the famed Histadrut Afro-Asian Institute. He met with Yehudit Simhoni. head of Histadrut's political department, and founder of the AfroAsian Institute, directed until recently by Eliahu Elath. former Israeli Ambassador to the United States and Great Britain, who resigned to accept the presidency of the Hebrew University. While visiting with Tangyanikan and Nigerian students at the Institute, Rabbi Kronish asked one of the Nigerians if he by chance knew V'ehuda Ben Chorin, who had been Ratbi Kronish's boyhood schoolmate in Brooklyn, and now is one of Israel's foremost poultry experts. "Do I know him!" replied the Nigerian. "He was my teacher. Israel sent him to our country to introc'uce the revolutionary system he pioneered in creating an entire egg, chicken and frozen poultry industry from scratch in a kibbutz," the Nigerian lad reported. "It is through the efforts of such men as Ben Chorin. who recently returned from a two-year mission to Teheran. Iran, that Israel is succeeding in establishing friendly and fruitful economic relations with new nations from their very day of independence.'' Rabbi Kronish said. "Although statements seemingly alien to Israeli friendship appear from time to time, they are only | made to satisfy demands from the i Arab nations. I was told by almost! every Asian and African I queried." Rabbi Kronish said Israel is teaching the French-speaking and English-speaking Africans in methods applicable according to their individual language and cultural background, all of which differ widely. "Some of the new nations I got much further along in education and culture than others under the colonial system. They cannot each be treated the same," he noted. During his visit. Rabbi Kronish visited the Reform synagogue in Israel at 16 Shmuez Ha-Magid. He found it well-established with 100 members, and an Americantrained graduate of the HUC-JIR in Cincannti, Rabbi Jerome linger, in its pulpit. "But now Rabbi Unger is movLng on to a second Reform gogue in Kfra Shmaryahu. a Tel Aviv suburb. And a third congre gation exists in Haifa. All in a'.'. what the Israelis term Chug Laya hadut Ha-Mit-Kademet. the Assso elation for Progressive Judaism is well established if not officially %  recognized in Israel." Many Americans. Rabbi Kronis.i I said, visit the chapel in the new I Institute for Research Archeology | in Jerusalem. This American ] sponsored project is not the actual Reform or Liberal synagogue. 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IFriday, September 14, 1962 jEnWcf' mnrlirtitr Page 3-B Academy Opens School for Girls The first Hebrew High School ii r girls ill open this Wednesday it the new Hebrew Academy building, 2-KKI Pinetree dr., Rabbi Alexander s Gross, announced here, The school, meeting daily for one and a half hours every afternoon, will be endowed by Jacob Cohen, nationally-known philan\ thropist. in mejuory of his wife. plans call for a COmpli school by next September, Ra Gross said. The school will h complete Hebrew-English coura s and will accept out-of-town students, including girls from South American communities Boarding facilities will also be included Rabbi Morris Ilorovilz. assistant principal and dean of boys of the Dora, who passed away last year, i Hebrew Academy, will be in charge of the educational program of the Rallying to the support ol the building fund of the Jewish Home for the Aged is the executive board oi the Home's Greater Miami Auxiliary. Each of these ladies has qualified for the Home "Life Giver's Award" by contributing 5100 or more to the drive. Standing (left to right* are Mesdames David Harris, Rose Prown, Anna Harris, Fannie Goldberg, Charlotte Katz. Rose Weiss, Edward Deehl, Delia Delaney, Celia Greenberg, Rae Hammerman. Rose Altman, Anne Tanenbaum, Esther Meyers, Fannie Broad, Fay Sussman, and Helen Spaiber. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Ida Altschuller. Mrs. Shari Silverman, president of the Greater Miami Auxiliary, Mrs. Mollie Silverman, development fund chairman for the Auxiliary, and Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. liami Chapter of Hadassah Launches iecond Half-Century of Zionist Service The 10 groups of the Miami hapter ol Hadassah. Women's Zionist Organization of America. launched the second half-century the organization's service in Isel and th< United States with a jeries of functions last Monday. • IMstc-s at an anniversary-bnth a> party for 350 members was Irs Louis Alexander, president of \\ Scopus group, at the Masonic emple in Coral Gables Honored guests were three members who recently returned from Europe and Israel. Mrs. Henry Paul, Mrs. Betty Birchansky. and Mrs. Joseph Cutler. Mrs. Alexander will be a delegate to the Had assah national convention at the Pittsburgh-Hilton on Sept. 16 to 19. women, were demonstrated by professional models Next Monday evening, the group will have an Oriental party at the home of Mrs. Ray Berger, 10525 SW 52nd ter. Mrs Alvin Burger, president of Naomi, has announced the formation of a bowling league, to play Friday mornings at 9:30 at the University Bowl. Sunset drive and U.S. 1. So. Miami. To be known as the Dora Cohen High School for Girls, the school will accommodate graduates of the Hebrew Academy and will accept only students with an intensive Hebrew background. Ten girls are currently attending the afternoon classes which began this week. Cohen spearheaded the idea to form a Hebrew day school for girls. He dedicated one of the three buildings of the new $1,000. 000 Hebrew Academy which houses the kosher kitchen, dining room. 500-seat auditorium and chapel. "In America we have tended to neglect the importance of education for girls." Cohen said. "We are just beginning to realize it is the girl with a complete education who builds the successful home." Although the new school is just offering afternoon classes this year, girls high school. Women's Meet Marks Holiday Mrs Joseph Gersten. president of Temple Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood, this week announced that the Sisterhood will hold its opening meeting of the season on Wednesday evening. Sept. 19. Theme of the meeting will be the Hiuh Holy Da\s. with a special table-setting for Rosh Hashona dis> played, showing the dishes served c;i the holiday. Mrs Martin Beloff, Mrs Jonah E. Caplan, Mrs Lewis Goodman and Mrs Barry Segal will actively participate in the project. Also on the porgram will be a hat fashion show, with officers and board members participating. raining Sessions For Volunteers An all-day affair was given by Torah group at the Knights of I Pythias Hall. 4600 W. Flagler st. Naomi group met at the Tastee j Mrs Sidney Langer. president. conInn. Wigs, now a popular item for ducted a brief business session. "Calendar Girls," directed by Mrs. Leonard Egert, with the Torah troopers, was presented, followed by cards and mah jongg. The second annual training program tor volunteers to serve in the %  nior citizens programs of the Ireater Miami Jewish Community Cuter was to be conducted Thursevening under the auspices of in Center and the B'nai B'rith /omen's Councils of South Florla. which provide the volunteers. %  the Barcelona hotel beginning at .'i p.m. Volunteers who served in the m during the first year of opera:iin were to b %  he meeting with Simmons. Miami Council; Mrs. Esther Lerman, Miami Beach Council; and Mrs Murray Skup, North Dade-Broward Council. The training program was to be conducted by Center associate director. F.manuel Tropp. and super\isor of the Senior Citizens Depart ment. Ira Steinmetz. The training sessions were to include a showing ol the Center film on group work with the senior citizens, and discussion periods on the goals of the honored Center, the role of volunteers, and -ilver pin.understanding the older person. Mh will 1 itpresented to them \ Budd Cutler. Center presient. %  mi recognition were Mesies Lenore Curtice, Elinor Ellis, Members and prospective members of Menorah gorup were welcomed at the opening meeting of the new season by Mrs. Harold Abbott at a luncheon in Beth David Congregation. A skit, 'Calendar Girls." written by Mrs Leonard Wolpe. starred the Menorah Minstrels. Production was directed by Mrs Leon Levitt and Mrs George Saluk, with Mrs. Philip Abrams piano accompanist. South Florida's Most Complete Department Stores • MIAMI • MIAMI BEACH • 163rd ST. • FT. LAUDERDAlE • WEST PALM BEACH • BEAUTIFUL NEW DADELANO (COMING SOON) Muriel Holmes. Flora 11. Sinick Mary Gcr-tman. j ih Ostrowsky, Sadie Steier. Greetings from the BBW SouthDistrict were to be given by HiAlfred Heich. district president, and Mrs. David J. Sachs. BBW senior citizens coordinator, Iv.ito report on the first years %  progress The three South Florida %  Councils ot BBW have been coopjerating in this program through respective presidents. Miss Edith Kneseth Israel Women's Meeting Ruppert is hospitality, t'ons, Robert Smith contests, and ; Irv Marcus and Perry Altfield, Hosteaa tor Kneseth Isreal SisterI liund s meeting on Tuesday, at 1 l> in will be Mrs. Clara Weinstock. Mrs 1. (chairman. Rabbi David Lehrfield will open he meeting with a prayer, and %  Cantor Abraham Seif will present • musical program Mrs. David Lehrfield will contlift the social program following Ithe business meeting, with Mrs I !'• Eisenstein, president, conductling the session Lorber Chapter Luncheon Meet Lorbar chapter will hold its monthly luncheon meeting at the Aloha restaurant on Tuesday noon, followed by cards and mah jongg Final plans will be formulated lot the fashion show and champagne dinner to be held at the Summit, Dadeland. on Sept. 24. The show will feature the duPont couture collection by American designers. On Tuesday. Sept. 25, at noon, there will be a luncheon and repeat showing of the duPont collection. The fashion show committee includes Mesdames Robert Bender and Irwin Block, co-chairmen; Jack Baum. Stuart Shapiro, and Sanford Freed, tickets and reserva 5723 1962-63 New Year Greetings ROSH HASHONA SETEMBER 29-30 YOAA KIPPUR OCTOBER 3 T I HE 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. hostesses. North Shore Auxiliary North Shore Ladies Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans, held a meeting Wednesday evening at the Washington Federal bldg.. Washington ove. 1244 have a truly luxurious wedding • la* txcillng fashion show .Seville Matchless faculties, experienced management •xpert staff—all to serve you for much let* than you could imagine. 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Friday. September 14, 1962 fa* iff ftrridifor. Pcge 7-A Jesuits Say Editorial Wasn't Anti-Semitic Zev Kogen, Miami Beach civic leader, discusses a forthcoming Dedication Caravan to Israel with Miss Ila Har-El, of El Al Airlines. The caravan is scheduled to leave Miami Beach on Oct. 23 in a special El Al plane for Israel, where some 100 Greater Miamians will dedicate ground on which the future city of Me Ami will be erected. The city was named after Miami, Fla., in appreciation of the support given to the Jew.sh National Fund by Greater Miami Jewry. The Israel Government has arranged to welcome the group officially. Virginia Nixes Charter For Rockwells Bigots Continued from Pap !•* r ired George Rockwell's Ameni.in Nazi Party and sough' to join it. has meanwhile been charged by Fairfax county police with shooting lo death a Jewish boy. also aged IT. The shooting followed years (: anti-Semitic agitation by the Rockwell movement among high school youths in northern Virginia. The victim of the shoot in a was Lewis M Goldfein, an honor student, vice president of the Falls To Serve You is Our Pleasure Ed. J. Vischi Real Estate in All its Branches 12486 N.E. 7th AVENUE Phone PL 4-4661 Church High School Student Council, president of his class, and a member of the varsity baseball and wrestling trams. He was shot down at night outside his home. The accused, John C. Vinson, Jr was described as a highly intelligent youth, possessing an 1 Q. Ol 165. He was fascinated by Naziism and. according to the Wash* ington Post, had previously been i barged with painting a swastika on private property. The Post quoted a probationary officer as stating that "young Vinson had exhibited some American Nazi party literature on one occasion and he understood, once triec" lo join the organization but was turred down because he was too ycung." Detective M. Herbell told the Washington Star "he hated .lew' The detective also stated that Vinson sought to associate himself \r. h the Rockwell Nazi group. •, inson a son >f a Metropolitan police officer who served on the District of Columbia tone for 23 \ eai • NEW YORK—(JTA)—"America." • he Jesuil weekly which 10 days ago "warned" that American .leware encouraging the possible spread of anti-Semitism by supporting the decision of the United States Supreme Court banning official prayers lrorn''pwblic schools Monday denied thai its editorial #a8 a veiled threat to the Jewish I community. The Jesuit organ released an editorial which will b( published in its forthcoming issue of Sept. 15. in which it clarifies its stand "On our record." the editorial stated. it is obviousl) ridiculous to suggest that America' ecu loneany form of anti-Semitism." Claiming that the point of the earlier editorial "has been blunted" by some of the accounts in the daily pre--, the editorial released declared: "The purpose of our editorial, which most commentatorappear somehow [o have missed, was to iquestion the assumption that Leo Pfeffer (general counsel of the 'American Jewish Congress), the AJC and a few other prominent Jewish agencies speak as they claim to do. for the Jewish people as a whole Pointing out that more cases involving principles of separation of church and state are now pending before the Supreme Court, the editorial released Monday continued: "When and if such decisions are handed down, then unless it has been made clear that Dr. Pfeffer and the AJC do not speak for the whole of American Jewry, Jews in general will be unfairly blamed for what in fact will have been accomplished by a mere handful of militants, allied with an assortment of humanist groups, ethical culturists, Unitarians, secularists and atheists." The editorial then cit :ion> ( :. ::..--. .. r Cath olic organs: The Pilot. Iht newspap*r <: thi Cath I Arch dioc* st i I the Catholic • S< ript. oi !:.. : Conn.: the Cathl lie K( view, e: I ;..!.!... n irtthe~ Pitt.-'.migh 6atholic. Alt our supported tin America point of view Replying to the i..t-: editorial n "America, Mr. Pfeffer said Monday: "1; must never be : en. as the editors of 'America' ap(ar tn he trying to do. that it was t'ne Catholics and not the lews who were responsible tor the secularization of the American public M :.' i Mr. Pfeffer xplained that his reference meant ihai most of the court cases to take rt ligit ...pra< tices out ol the mblic schools were brought by 'atholics in "many state courts" if New England, the Mid West and hi S mth % %  tinend oi the 19th centu'rj and the start oi the 20th. The Central California Register, official organ ol the Fre.-no-Monterev Catholic Diocese. Monday took i-sue ir. California with "America."" tn an editorial entitled "AntiSemitic?" signed by the managing editor, Gerald E. Sherry, the Register declared itself "saddened" by the "America" editcrial. "We are amazed," cont.nued the Register editorial, "that 'America' lumped only various Jewish groups with atheism and humanists as opponents c-J religious practices in public schools. This is because it failed to mention the many Protestant grovps also aligned in the opposing camp. There are more non-Jewish .iroups opposing official prayers in public schools than there are in the Jewish faith. Indeed, there is not even unanimity among Catholics on this question." The Register pointed out that Pope John XXIII urges Catholics o promote religionunity and h;rs issued a directive "thai "dins references to Jewshould he eliminated from one of the orations contained in the Holy Week ceremonies." "Catholics." stilted 'he Register, "have an obligation to work toward the easing of religious tensions."' Emanu-EI Fetes Departing Couple r> SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS /MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034 WINDOW SPECIALISTS SERVICE vVE RE PRO Maintenance Inc. REPA-RS AND MAINTENANCE CF ALL TYFES WINDOWS AND JALOUSIES Complete Stock of Replacement Parts 3427 N. Miami Ave. Miami 37, F!a. FRanklin 3-5491 Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cohen, who are returning to their former home in New Jersey after living in Miami Beach for the past 13 years, were offered a tribute of appreciation at Temple Emanu-El's Sabbath morning service last week Cohen has served as a member cf the congregation's boar:l of directors and as Temple house chairman. In this capacity he was responsible for the maintenance. beautfflcation and periodic building projects ol the congregation. When the Cohens moved to Miami Beach they were maintaining a relationship with Hr. Irving Lehrman established when the Rabbi was a rabbinical student in New York, and served as student spiritual leader of Temple Shomrei Kmunah, of Montclair. with Morris Cohen as the congregation's president. At the farewell service. Dr. Lehrman offered a special blessing tor the Cohens, and Joseph M Lipton, president of Temple Emanu-El, presented the wife with an inscribed copy of the Szyk Hagaddah. A leception in their honor was hosted by the 4ers. the congregation's stnior organization, under the presidency of Irvine Schatzman Where people come first for security and Savings received at FIRST FEDERAL by the 20th earn from the 1st Now that dividends are paid quarterly at FIRST FEDERAL, these extra funds are twice as available for you to meet expenses and budget m< re ly. This is especially convenient for people on fixed incomes. Yen have your choice of receiving these dividends for immediate use. or lo. ing them to be compounded and further increase your future earnings. 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Friday. September 14. 1962 %  +Jewisti florMian Page 5-B Meir to Lead Bevy of Speakers for Hadassah By Special Report Israel's Foreign Minister Mrs. CioMa Meir will discuss Israel and Die Middle East in terms of the | world problems facing the next General ASHTmblyof the trnitod Nations, when she addresses the ranquet session of the 48th national convention of Hadassah, the I Women's Zionist Organization of I America, at the Hilton hotel. Pittshurgh, Pa., on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Moses P. Epstein and Mrs i High Salpeter are chairman and (-chairman, respectively, of Hadssah'l national convention comttee. i Mrs. Meir will be in the I'nited Slates to head her delegation to M General Assembly, which is | heduied to convene on Sept. 181 New York City. More than 2.000 Hadassah dele pates, representing the organiza more than 318.000 members 1.320 chapters and groups roughout the I'nited States and G0TA,A \SECRET # Yellow pike makes the tastiest lefilte fish—and Mother's has it! That's the delicious secret t' Mother's Whitefish and Yellow : -e. the new gefilte fish with the precious yellow pike always used in homemade gefilte fish. Now, when you buy Whitefish and fike, make sure it's YELLOW Pike! fesher u Pareve.Aljo yours to enjoy: Mother's All Whitefish De lue, and Mtthers Old Fashioned Gefilte Fish. Mother's Food Products, Inc., Newark 5, N.I. Puerto Rico, are expected to participate in the four-day national convention from Sept. 16 through 19. Principal speakers at the convention's first evening sesswn Sunday. Sept. l, will be Chester Bowles, the President's special representative, and Avraham Harman. Israel Ambassador to the United States. Entitled "Realism and Idealism in Foreign Policy." Mr. Bowies' address will evaluate the problems of American polity in the Middle East acainst the background of the overall role the United States must play on the international scene in 1 a rapidly-changing world. Ambassador Harman will discuss the economic and political status of Israel and will define his country's hopes for the next decade In another highlight of the convention, the delegates will hear an address by Mrs Siegfried Kramarsky. national president of Hadassah. in which she will review the activities of the organization during the past year and discuss major problems on the American and inter national scenes. Other sessions will be addressed by Miss Angie E. Brooks. Assistant Secretary of State of the Govern ment of Liberia; Dr. Jonas B. Salk. discoverer of the Salk anti-polio vaccine; Hon. David Lawrence. Governor of Pennsylvania; Hon. Joseph M. Barr. Mayor of Pittsburgh; Dr. Kalman J. Mann, direcj — Film of Israel Available Free By Special Report Program chairmen arranging meetings for the coming season will be interested in a film recorded and photographed in full color in Israel. The picture. "Holidays in Israel." has been shown some 1.000 times to Jewish clubs, sisterhoods, and ihapters of national organizations .ill over the I'nited Slate-. Canada and the Panama Canal Zone, and is hailed as an artistic triumph, filled with Jewish spirit and the enthusiasm of the people of the State of Israel "Holidays in Israel depicts tin celebration of Passover and Shavuot in Israel, highlighting the ancient festival customs, many of which are like those in America, and some of which are unique to Israelis. Seen with the ceremonial observance and the national celebration are color shots of the land itself, as well as of the people The young people, especially the beautiful children, steal the show. "Holidays in Israel" is a 28-minute picture, non-commercial, although it is made available to Jew ish organizations by a leading American food company. All that any program committee need do is to provide a screen, a projector wired for sound, return postage' on the reel of film, and somebody to run the machine. The rest is free. Program chairmen may write tor details and open dates to Film Dep't., H. J. Heinz Co., P.O. Box 57, Pittsburgh 30, Pa., mentioning that they saw the offer in The Jew ish Floridian B'nai B'rith Social Singles Single adults over 32 are invited to a night club party an Saturday evening at the Casablanca hotel. Sponsors are the B'nai B'rith Si eial Singles. 10* Old Milwaukee HENRY E. MANGEIS CO. 3550 N.W. 58th ST. Miami, Florida MRS. GOIDA MEIR MRS. SIEOfRIED KRAMARSKY MISS ANGIl BROOKS Sinai Women Launch Season Temple Sinai sisterhood held its first meeting of the seasi n on Wedn. sday, 11 a m in the Temple auditorium. wi;h Mrs. Sam Lubell presiding Mrs, Daniel M Lovvy. wife of the new spiritual leader of the Temple, gave the invocation, and new officers and board members were installed. A Chinese luncheon was served, and Mrs. J. Kirschbaum and Mrs. J. Brown were in charge of reservations. Rachel Shalon Will Lecture Prof Rachel Shalon. chief of the building research station and dean of the Postgraduate school of Techr.ion. Israel Institute of Technology, will lecture at Cambridge University in England this month. She will deliver a paper on reinforced concrete at the second international congress of the International Council for Building Research and Documentation. According to Mrs. Louis Glasaer, I ri sidi nl I !he South Florida chapter ol Technion. Prof Shalon .. red one ol world's foremost a ithoritfi oi this sub • %  %  %  ring are' ssei sed tor-general of the Hadassah Medical Organization in Israel; Moshe Kol. world head of Youth Aliyah. the Jewish youth rescue movement; Mrs. Ora Goitein. chairman of the Hadassah Q a —ail in Israel; l>r Solomon B. Freehof. rabbi of Rodef Shalom Temple of Pittsburgh; Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, of Fairmount Temple. Cleveland. O.; Dr. Daniel S. Cheever, associate professor of public affairs. University of Pittsburgh; and 1. L. Kenen, executive director of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. National Hadassah leaders to address the various convention sessions will include Mrs. Herman Shulman. former national president of Hadassah. and now national chairman of Hadassah's Zionist Affairs Committee; Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin, former national president ot Hadassah. and now member of the Jewish Agency-American Secti(.n; Dr. Miriam K. Freund. former national president of Hadassah and now chairman of the executive of the American Zionist Council; Mrs Mortimer Jacobson. Had assah's national treasurer; Mrs. Nathan D Perlman. national chair man of the Hadassah Medical Organization Committee in the U.S.; Mrs Abraham Tulin. national chairman of Hadassah's Medical Center Committea; Mrs. Max Scheldt, Hadassah's national chair man for Youth Aliyah; Julliet N. Banjamin, national chairman of Hadassah's vocational education JWVA Plans 'Israel Night 1 American Auxiliary. Jewish War j I Veterans, will sponsor an "Israel \ Night" on Thursday. Sept. 20. at I the Dade Boulevard American Le-1 gion Hall. 1800 Dade blvd. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will be 1 ; guest speaker, and a film on Is : rael. with narration by Edward G. Robinson, will be shown. Chairman is Mrs. Jennie Gerrig. past president and post department senior vice president. Miss Edith Feingold is president of the group. committee; Mrs. D. Leonard Cohen, Hadassah's national membership chairman; Mrs. Edward Lusterman, Hadassah's national American Affairs chairman; Mrs. Henry Goldman, Hadassah's national education chairman. The largest Zionist organization in the world today. Hadassah spends more than $9 million annually on its understakings. In Israel. Hadassah conducts a comprehensive health, education and social welfare program, which includes diagnostic, curative and preventive medical services, health stations, rehabilitation and education of underprivileged Jewish children and youth and land rede notion programs. B'nai ShoEom Women's Tea Temple B'nai Sholom Sisterhi id v ill hold a membership tea on Tuesday evening at the home ol Mrs Morton Malcy. 2820 N\V 160th st Mrs. Charles Persell is memIt: .-hip vice president. Main project of the group is the social and religious programming tor the children of the Temple's religious school located at 16800 N\V 22nd ave.. Opa-locka. Hadassah Unit Opens Meeting Albert Einstein group of Hadassah held its first meeting of the 1962-63 year on Tuesday, conducted by recently-installed president.' Mrs Seymour Sherman. Guest speaker was Mrs. Sanford Jr.cobson. regional vice president of education, who is in charge of Hadassah's Bible seminars. Albert Einstein group meetings will be held this year on the second Tuesday of the month at 12:30 p.m.. in I'opiel Hall. 136:h st and West Dixie hwy Sugurme -Z?? TOGUST BROS;.R V£ nr is the BEST? __ nsminiiMt CilOltl-MI UQUID SWHUMI I pi I ft wwf ... i "• i D


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Page 16-A +JelstrkrMk*n Frida Y' September 14. 1962 Federation Campaign Director Leaves; To Join Foundation for Jewish Culture Robert H. Golden, who for the past three years has served as campaign director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will leave Miami next week to join the staff of the National Foundation for Jewish Culture in New Ycrk. where he will direct the development of financial resources tor that agency The National Foundation for Jewish Culture was established in 1960. following a Study by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds of the needs and problems of agencies concerned %  with Jewish history, research, archivepublications and scholarship. The results of this study were presented to the 1959 General Assembly of the CJFWF in San Francisco, where more than 1,000 leaders of North American communities were assembled. A year later, the National Foundation for Jewish Culture was %  formed, with former Gov. HerDanes Fete Ben-Gurion Continued from Page 1-A lie remained convinced that "soon er or later" there would be full co operation between the Arabs and I-rael He reiterated Isreal's standing proposal for complete disarmament with mutual inspection in the Middle East The Prime Minister also touched on the postwar reaction of (he Germans to the Nazi genocide of Jews. He said that while West Germany recognized the responsibility of the German people for Nazi atrocities, Communist East it rmani did not." bert M. Lehman as its honer*T president. The Foundation's purpose is to provide coordination, assistance and leadership to agencies and communities in strengthening Jewish cultural development in North America. The announcement of Golden s departure came this uvek from Sidney l.efcourt. president of Greater Miami Jewish Federation, who expressed Federation's regret, but added: "We are convinced that Mr Golden will b< associated with an organization which holds great promise for the cultural enrichment oi the Amerii Jew ;


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Pm M jfni*tncrkf&r Friday, September 14, 1950 A: 7. leth Stolon preparing ioi the I oly Dayi a special Oneg Shahbal on Friday ta the purpose oi presenting a Libeaal interpretation oi the traditional Holy '.\. .-•> and song* ate CankN David Cooviaei at the 01 Mr* David Druckei chairman oi the Temple Choii R< tpiritual Seadea oi the congregation ead fcwn Goldman daughter oi Mi and Mn JU Goldman who :.< now .... ... %  -. ng been a metnbej oi the hiniai the was a student ol Beth Shalom reiigioua achool n yean ago Ba : ; okani Adult Choii augmented by profcaestonal ainaers s bui j reheamng undes Canta Con, ..%  | Day participation and the .%  D dav evening en cee Emanu-EI Sets Reception Here •-",%  %  %  -. • •". %  MUM i .....•,.. i j iweei • i i -• • %  V JI> • I • %  s s TfcMM M rv B'nai B'rith Women Take on Project To Help People With Medical Problems Bv Special Report District pro N nslor ^rearing medical pt :!i Canada and Austrabarters in i" other couniri there ere over 200 known rearhi< ft i i s Dr Mar ien C. C Ft HI \ [ B nai ... %  • such as diabeti pilepsj cardiac conallergies, rare bl lyp, intless Others li is o-:.:v...t i that one person ,erj family, over 45 million \ i ncans sufft rs from some hiducal problem These | r %  4 j ^-^ ..1.1. j.^.... — w f~• •-' ..> of assuring pro,k.> '., %  ph| >• '.jr..-. hnxpitaU nnW IC e geax • r facilitate :hi ter :iK aha Masher ;, i .;•• i immediati an dical atl thej should be ^uddi I r "victims I n accilelirk. .••".'! i k %  and %  -1 • i r i pt lions • .... Is tless other or g; ration* th< Mi • • rt Founedu_ram -• n ganizai intrj !.i\ e adopted the i pr • %  • %  •' %  %  sent it need I 45 Mrs. Glasser Will Talk to Leaders : ..%  %  ave.. will cocfei f Techmoi ; .: % %  •:.. -;• visiti ^' rh ( rtj n S through Wise Chapter Luncheon Meet Mrs Hen %  : • ter of tl Medsc-Alert te aerfen c ; %aencai .'•nsh As pre* n S %  %  %  ; %  %  I •-. J R. %  :' tat .• n, DC, Beat % %  :vr ir< trira.t jog/ Cfion."ng Wins iword :*e •-" With aver IS •• Ltabiri '.^".i) :be Me" K Men K -:er orGurion Branch Opens Season • : l'. B Th raday %  Fast I taking part %  jo*: F %  —Mrs J %  %  r is tht toi^ U • :•; %  %  i • %  TK£ MINYCNA1RES ji -tvhaw •< •# %  sf^ cr • *f % %  -i %  *rf*a^l s*mr*iir- *> %  f-l>Mi!-" *-•"<• aaneai **e-i"J" t..if* W-M fc a—— 'f .. m • W-*JH m aniH Prinz Salutes Rev. King %  %  • %  %  : %  r • • ... ..... j %  -. t i Dade Heights Jewish Congregation 14C1 N.W. 183rd STREET NA 4-1711 HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES Rabbi Harold Richter Cantor Emanuel Vandel TICKETS AVAILABLE AT TEAP1E Off< E 7 = H*ortj S*oe • S^fxia* ScHoo; • N.-^e-> Ce; -*' n Heo-e> Hie* S<"ool • Post Con' r-^ton C m** 5ws Tj, vpo***'>o~ A.j ic e Sabbath Meal At Israelite Cen. .... %  %  %  %  %  CONGREGATION YEHUDAH MOS*' I.: %  : .'. MXK MGHI TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE FC^ HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES :.->; %  .-;-: .• RABBI SHELDON STEINMETZ Cantor KAaurice Neu and Choir nsttnrTAD*.E SEATSDEADLINE FO* NEVi YEAR GtffTlNGS F-tGM •":. J-~-s N>* "•.*''C*CJ *.^C C*.iA.S-H~OVi j'-t^.A. s?c~cs ^t•c"fc: "^c .CCA. SKX^S • %  Beth Raphael Congregation 139 N W 3rd AVENUE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES RA&BJ MURRAY A. ALSTFT CAS-CH LAtF*S" <* AftcSH a^^ OffKlAVHG TICKETS S5 PER PERSON : a M IUJI5 U*&1 *~n. carrot KA* > IA-: ^\L



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Friday. September 14, 1962 ^•Jenisii Fk>ridlfar) Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAWc LAW .. u-E IS HEREB' : • IN thai %  >, relgiii I, ili ntam In .,unili : %  ihe ffctlt >us name of IE M ET \ i.s %  ••. v W Rlvei li\' M %  • F1 II i la in • r. -ji-tir said • Ith th .[ I hi ''ii' I n n Florida PAY HALL. W ile in: in. Goldstein .-. foi Ri elsti ii x, Ftasler Btr0t < .. Florida • H.,.1. ler • 1-21-21, I" '• rAtJttW NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW <; .TiOE IS HERE HI UV'E.N thai rslgned, desiring f engage In -iiniii r i••' fli 'i IUS name of :NKYS RESTAURANT \ SAND !l SHOP .u 2691 N %  • ith AveMlaml, Floi Ida nten In to rea ,ii name with the "lerk "f i nil Court of iiii 'ount). BENLIL INC. (a i-ia. Cori i Sole 11 nei Telteln .MI A \ be \ for Appl I A Flagjer Street | 14-21-24 • %  > 5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW iTIi'E IS IIKHKIO HV-BN that I. ralftni d. deslrl ^ to ngagi In -undi r 'iifti tltl tun name of .'HIV PRi iPERTIES .• -i > N i: NCERY NO. 62C I I.I I \M.-i:' IS %  IN BY HENRY LEONARD FRATERNAL \| 0]\ ORDER k-WoWU "In the two weeks since I assumed the presidency, I can state in all honesty, our organization has made the greatest strides in its history!" Copr. 1962. Darenu Production! LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE • % %  ". \ M s \l 11 l: %  SAI ll'K hil.lllt NOTiCE OF SUIT IRAH \M s.\l IfR .. : Sldne) Sadur, %  • ESIkmont \ • 'IrtMM Long isi i • irk il. !i. I.. n i • !;%  tptlom 'li* %  %  en in .it.. Hist \ .. '|ri :' %  : the ELEVE :TH I idh Inl ii' of Ilorlda In in I foi I >A I IE :--\ tn foreclose i i .:•• upon • • Jlowlna ii j >' rlbed i • i|n t't> I..I i in Block ". r S'OTT I. VKE M \.\i 'I: SEl "Tli IN ONE i nrding t i thi l 'tat thereof i.ir le I In Plal %  :. .ii Page : i th Puhlli i. i%  ( l 'a i.Fl II Ida. • j %  her w t h Parade •' il r Heatr U id< l .%  Ifll-PX -• .1 No 136"-. il..ll\ 3.1,000 BTt' Space II.-at % %  M •!. : Jjii S-D, !i >tp Inl Waahi i 1-1 I.II 7-S. i lal Nn %  %  %  •. II"' Rai ge Mode 1-67 Si .. Hoipolr • Modnirequii • i to f mr nn• i plaintiffs %  ... nli the th< ifon >"l i opj thereof %  ilntlfl MARTIN IN 14th Floor • leral in. ^ % %  in j. i| l.u. i : har '. % %  -: '.'.. %  I 'i igalnst yo E. B. LEATI 'lerk of the I'll By: N. A HE !TT i lepul 'IN FINE i for Plaintiff %  Hade Pi a % %  -. Florida i •. • |,i 3 "HE CIRCUIT CO'JRT OF THE I NTH JUDIClA'. C RCLIT OF -LORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CH1NCERV NO. 62C rAZ ERKT SAVIN \ I. \ V • 'IATU i.S. f!tint v l| loned actl II i %  talnal %  %  'hvull • ".. ELEV %  "I %  ..l.l.i ::. ,-, I %  DADE fl | !...., ; .... %  K i:s• Plat %  recorded In Pint Book ii il of the Publi t'ounty, Florida I | il %  • v> ith ilnghousi l i HL-12. II t. null sd • %  %  it.iii• Plaintiff %  coi lain) with the %  I tii,aforesaid "ourt, and • %  opj tii. i. |,i lintlff's e) MARTIN FINE 1 4th Floor Federal Bldg Mia Ploi 1 later than Ooto isr I i • %  Pro > > will be i igalnal \,,u E. B I.EATHERM v \" Clerk of the Ctrouil C Bj : N A HEW E I leputs RTIN PINE t;-> f..r Plaintiff i iade Fed iral Bldg lorlda 9/14-21-28. 1" I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  TIT'S is HEREB) (1IVEN thai • li rslgned, desil t to -under the fli l II m %  1 HVIEW Al'Al; -:i liladea Drive, orth Miami i 'lth thr t'lerk of the • i 'ade i 'ounti I' %  Id M.TY INC ,a •• -HI. ) •I in 'i in i••;..id i — Sole iwnec •RE NEL-S | • ,. ncoln Road | • li, Fla. 1, 9/7-14-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No. 57011-B IN RE :*i.%  EMM v KEKS'HNE I'.-. ,. NOTICE TO CREDITORS VI • ill a ml \ ii 11 a i lug i 'lain Hemanilti >-.; ilnsi Snhl I: ta i Y'Ul I] •• I to p.i aw and -l.-ni I-\\ in.-ii \ iu rna j 'in igalnal t hi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIt'E IS HEREBY C.IVEN that the underalgned, dealrlng to engagi MII bUHlnesH under the fictitioua ni of MAC HENRY al 218 N.W. .'.'.ili : • M ami, l lorlda, int. mlto register nalil nami with tinClerk of tini "In nil I'I.III t nf I iade I 'uunti. Florida i IWNKR, I'l.i iKIl il AN HALF". PINTS. INI' A Fli rill.i Corporation By UAVII.I I.EVINE. Attorney. 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 5758 THE BROOKLYN SAVINGS BANK, I'la Mi! Iff. VS. HAROI.H SARUENT BUl't'HKR nnc] ROKEMARIE BOCCHER. his wife. and l.nl'IS lili'KMAN an,I MIKI \ M DICKMAN, his ifi-, I lefendants. NOTICE OF SUIT li' I.IIIIS DICKMAN and MIRIAM DICKMAN, IiiWife 2965 Avenue '/. Brookl) II 15, New 1 V %  11 are nei • bj notified thai the abovi i-uptinned action has been Instituted agalnsi you In the Circuit I'nurt ..i the ELEVENTH Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for DADt, County i" foreclose R niortgage upon the following described real property: Lol 1^. Block II, FIRST VDDITION TO MYRTLE URoVE. Hccnrding to the Plal thereof, recorded In Plat Bo..k : %  ; at Page 2 of the P ibl I:,. .a da ••! I iade %  'ount>. Floi iila. together with O.E. Washing Ma. hiliii Model ii.M-l.l. %  ; E. Ri frlgei ator Modi I l,H 92 1.1:, i; E Rangi Model i '•; -I. Venetian Blinds, Washing Machine I irn In. \^\i are required to file youi anNOTICE UNDER swer !•• plaintiff's complainl with the FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -Clerk -t the aforesaid Court, anil NOTICE is in.1.1.1 M .N ili.it ...n ,„ u,.,-,.,,( „|„,„ plaintiff's the underabjned, desiring to engagi In H ttorne\ MARTIN PINE, 14th I •• %  i ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! t'Jewisti fk>ridf/rair solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates f#iif Fli 3-4605 for messenger serrice LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE %  i uslness under tinfictitious name of TREASCRK ISLAND SERVICE STATION at l^M -is:.:: T :• tli Causeway, North Baj Village, Hi.ri.la int.-nil-. -.register said name with tinI'lt-rk of the Circuit Court "f Bade County, i SA M Si •! Ml "KSI 'K LEEK & ANKIS. i:.-.|Attorneys for Sam Soillckson tat,ii %  ::.: M A KKRMHNKIt de'-'" Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. %  a-.-, I .. i i i I • .iinn Ilol I'll. :.. the >'.:>!! Judges if I iade coUnl r \. and file the u me in duplii -it.and as uro i i.i %  Seel Ion T:.: 16, I ..i Ida Statutes i .ifi-.-s in tii,I'oiinty Courthouse In Itode County. Plori'a. within -;\ -ai-n-iar months from the tin.il rirsl publication hereof, .itth-:' %  • will ii.bai red ..I it Miami, Florida, tin.-; t li da) ..I Sepl A-D-. I •••-' SAMDKLKERSHNER As Executor Kirsi itlon .1 thiii-.ti>-an %  hi 11' I. • Si ptember, 1S62 IU'NCE, PINK .v FORM \N --:i-t \li imi. Pla • I l-Jl-.'s. in ;, NOTICE 3V =U3LICATI0N IN THE CiaCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JLD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOROA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTv IN CHANCERY. \) o." 6o87 ANITA NEW N Pla t • ^ BOW USD S N IN ilso kn iwn as EDWARD n.VMl'EIJS NEWTON. an.I Fil:.;:,:A SAVINGS .v 1.' IAN A.-.-.N il Ml \.MI. Del i SUIT FOR SUPPORT A '.; A IN T =N A\C£ AND UNCONNECTED WITH OIVOF'CE TII. EDV\ \ : \ .N -;-.%  %  %  %  Pi M. bin*I ip I Y.III %  • fl New I in, also know n ,,s Etivk • I fl Samuels Newton are ,i Kill ..i i'.. in plain. : %  .v .Ma Intenance & i Ith i %  *ores habeen Lied Hid you are required :.' nei -..>i > -it:t Aii-u ,-i ..I I 'leading to the I 'ompl tint on the P Abe Schonfeld, .: l.ii toad. Mi .mi Hi • %  • h, Ilol da i' irlginal Answer ..t g li fflce ol the Clerk ..•! ; he i -it "ii "i' befol itember, i'."iIf you in!-.-..(ii •!• bj default HI !..• ;.,k• ; %  %  i foi the relief lemun ii till of C implalnl This %  Ipublished once each \^ k foui in lei il \\ %  ^^ .'.'k.-iii Till: I i\\ -:. PI.i iRI DIAN DONE VND iRDERED at Miami, .:' August, A. 11. <:%  : %  : i.i: \ I'HERMAN, Clerk, i %  i %  i 'ounty, Floi i.la • IN %  %  i'ALTKNMAN >eput) 'lerk ABE s -|i iNPELD 120 Llm .-• %  Miami B \ %  %  -i s H-tl, %  • T-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the utulersigi i lesirlng to engage la business md fictitious name if HOT I"'-: HOLIDAY at Suite 170, 24-jii Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, I'la Intend to reglstei -ni name with the Clerk .!' the tuli Court of Dade Count). Fl %  • I • PHILLIP QRAY ROBURT ItANTD'iRD r.M.IAN ill'. WALLER \ I.IT.MAN Attoi nej I ii Phillip Oraj and Robei t RAI iord 8 _'(-::t. 9 T-ll NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N %  | IREBY 11IVEN that the imi signed .-in: i-.In ;'!..:: 1111,. .if %  \ :. I ANUS V MANTES DE > %  -. i;,,\ :;.i| in the I'm .' %  "i I. Florid i Intendi name with tin 1 i' 14-21'• Ml %  NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTIt'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that |b) virtue of Chapter 67s of Florida Statutes Annotated (1941), Warehousemen and Warehouse Receipts, wherein ACE-R.B. VAN LINES, INC., a Florida corporation, by virtue of Its warehouse lien, has in its possession the following described property: Household Goods Aa the propert) of Murra) (Sotllnsky, last known address -s I'. '.'1st Street, Brooklyn, NY. ami that on the l".tti da) of October, 1962, during thi legal hours ..I sale, inainh between 11:00 forenoon and 2:00 In the afteri n, ul !1 %  N W -'lih Avenue, Miami, Florida, the undersigned shall offei foi sale to the highest blddei for cash In hand the above described property, as the propert) of Murra) Gotlinsky. la.-i known address *88 E 9lsl Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. Dated al Miami. Florida, this Tih das ..' Septemlier, 1962 \|'i: It It SAN LINKS. INC. :• 1 1 -21 Dude Federal Bldg Miami 32, Floi Ida noi lati r than Septembi 24, I!•• 2, %  • .. I ie Pro I '..ni n Ientered agalnsi you. I ia tell August 20, 1962 E. B LKATHERMAN, Clerk ,.f the i 'ircult < 'i.urt ..-.all II) : HELEN KESSLER I lepul del .. MARTIN I INK Attorne) for Plaintiff i ith F on i di Federal Bldg M .inn :;:. I-1...I.i.i S 21-31, H 7-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi in business under the fictitious n TROY APARTMENTS al :•••" Collins Miami I leai it intends t -.n. .i cop) ..t >..iiiAt: swer oi I Ing t.. the Bill "t Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, ANOELO A \:. i l Am.;, ) Building, Miami '.•: iiia ami file tl t initial Ansu-Pleading n. thi nffici ..i thi Clerk • a' th • "Ircult 'ourl on or b< : :nli da) of Septembei 1962, If you tail to do -.. judgment bj efa t will lataken againsl you f'r tin : %  I di mandi >l In the Bill nf I' im • plalnl This %  ill be published > each wi ek im four -• %  itlvi i • m Till-: JEWISH PLORIDIAN DONE ANN ORDERED at M Florida, tin.17th da) %  Augusl A l>. 1962 E II LEATHERMAN, Clerk, %  %  i 'ourt, l >adi 'i .' • Florida B) C. I' '' IPE1-AN %  I.. mil v "lerk VNGKMI A All I.." Vlnsle) \illdlng Mian 12 Florida Att.. t ne) for Plaintiff .'iIN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 56493-C IN RE Estate ..I l-'l:.\ NI IS A TAHl'A I'A I),..., NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav11ms .! Demands Againsl Said Ei i it. %  i i' %  hereb) nol fled ami requlred in present an) claims ami demands which vou ma) have against Hi.estate ..I FRANCIS A TABOADA i.-< .'.i-.-.l lal...I I'ail.t*i.tini\. Florida, I" tin'""imtv Judges of I'aiie County, an.I nl. tinsain.in their offices in tinCounty Courthous l i.i.County, Florida, wiihm ~i\ I'll).nmonths from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will he barred ALLEN Cl IPER A. Iininistr.it'. r W KENT JAMESON Attorne) 17I;I N.w 16th Street %  :. i' 7-l4-:i to Dated U • %  %  %  %  lurl 'I 1 'aile i. I-" .: I i 'his l '.til • • ; \:: \ [.ESTER .-ir \ ,h %  nit. \ .1 s .1 || I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA-20605 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai A Finest • holder <>f Clt) "f -Miami Lien Sal.Certificate No ."." %  : Issued tin8th da) ..f June, A.D I960, lias til.-.I same in my office, ami hamade application for a tax ilecil to his-n.-.1 thereon Said Certificate embraces ilnfollowing described propert) in tii.County "I Dade, State of Florida, to-wll Lol •-' Block Hi Less W :' %  St Northwest Seventh Avenue Addition Plal Book 7 Page 16, in the City ..f Miami. I'..mm ,,f I <. Stale .,f embiaci 11 Florida. •''> %  "' :l The assessment ..f siild propert) iimt.-r tinsaiii certificate was in the name .if: Hiram ''nlm.-r I'ni.-ss MI i.i certificate shall be redeemed according t" law, tinpropert) described herein will he sold t.. Hi.highest bidder HI the Court House floor .ni th.first Monday in the in,mill ,.r October, I^I>:'. which is the 1st day "f ii-tnii.-r. 1962 Dated this 22nd daj of August, 1962 E. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk nf Circuit Court, i 'ade Count) I i i is.all B) IS M. LEEPER, Deput) Clerk s _' I %  '!.'• 7 I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA-20820 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Den Buskin, holder >.f Count) 'r.ix Sal.Certificates numbered 4291 and I thi -' -I.I | "i June, A.D It'".:*, ha.filed same in m> office, ami hamade application foi a tax deed :.. I" IssUi .1 :! i Salil certificates -ni.!.,.. th. following described propert) in the i '. %  ititv of I 'ml. Stati %  I1. %  '. H '• ->' it Lots • %  .. In' Block 9 Coral Highlands Plal Book 16 Pagi "-:• it, tii. i 'oiint) ..t I Mil. .-•.,;• .I Florida, as embraced in Certlficnti No. %  Tie assessnienl %  : nalcl propert) null, i th. -..ni cei-tlficati Issued was In th.natile "i • -I"-• Stati Builili : In, I...t III Bloi k -''. i' I • irovi s.. Coral hi bli Plal Book I : I' .-• %  i 'ount > >>i I... i. Stati "t l-'l.'i i.i.. ...ii.l.i i i %  i -. ..:. \.. I'.. In i Th. assessment < %  walil proper!) uni|. der thi ertificati Issin il as In the II.. lite i| A nn.I I 'at.i la Unless said i" n i' %  riling i" la w thi pi opart) described herein will be -"i. 1 to the' htglu -i blddei al I.. %  • i 11. lit door • t. thi first Mondu in : hi nn.nth ..' %  ; her, 1962, whl h I* thi :.-: da) ol ... ... t. 1 late.i tin22nd da) % %  : Align.1 I-: II LEATHERMAN, Cii • Court, i ...-I. Count) I %  lt> l: M LEEPER, Deput) Clerk s : i 11,9 : -' : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF" FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 62C 0249 ELIZABETH JANE PYATTE, Plaintiff, R M.PH PYATTE, I .. t. ndant ORDER TO APPEAR V'U'. RALPH PYATTE, Resldei n I'nkmiwn. .u,h.-n-hv notified thi I i i 'ompla m for dl\ has been fl id against you and you are required to w-rvi a Cop) of > our answi r n i 'aim ni.attorm > < 'laude M Bo • 'alumel Bldg on ol before Ixt da) of (ictober, 1962, and file • iginal with the .lerk of this Cogl '. ntlii r n is. thi allegations • I Complaint will be taken as conl I iigainsl Dated this 24th da) "f August. 1363. K B LEATHERN \N Clerk. i 'In ait Court Dade Counn 1-1 ,-. all HELEN KESSLER i .,'t.iit \ cii : II. 9/7-u -ai IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCErtY NO. 62C 9250 VI Ri ;INI A M \ RIE FELT! IN Plaintiff, CHARLES KENNETH PBLTON, I '. I. mlan: ORDER TO APPEAR Y"l'. CHARLES KENNETH Fl Ti iN Ri -iii' m %  •• I'nknown, are hi b) nol ii. .1 that a Complainl fm x .a, has bi • t. fill 'l againsl ) ou ti 1 you are required to serve a Cop) 'f >. II answei "ii Plaintiff's attorney, ciaii.l. M. Barnes v I i 'alumel Bldg Miami ;•-' Floi Ida, and file tl rlgInal with tin clerk of this Court m ,„• I., fore tin isi da) ol i'. tobei. 1962, otherwise the allegations of gala I Complainl will be taken as confei— 1 .ii.-i .'..ti. I luted this 24th fla) "f An ; :-• I %  :. i: l: LEATHERMAN, Cii rk, Circuit "ourl I "ade Count) Fli i-..,li l' HELEN KESSLER Deput) Cl.rk li, i :-: i :t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai tinundersigned, dealring to engage In buaine under the fictitious name FLAGLER Pt'RNITURE A BQL'IPMENT at ln.7 W Flakier Street. Miami Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..i i iade Counl >. Florida. ANCKI.n \i. Al. LANK \l %  ne) for Applicant 100 A nale) BI 8 24-31, 9 7-H NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA-20812 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Bi n Boskti holdi r "i Count) Tax Sale Cei ti numbered %  al da) of Juni \ I %  li'.'.s. h In i an has mail, applies lion :• : %  tax di • d • llnwlng .;.-.!. proplit) 'I I 'a.|. Stati Florida, lo-wit: Lot i BliK-k ins Hiah ah litl ti di Plal Book 211 Page I n thi of l iade, Stati I oi Ids .emhrai • %  In Cerl Ifli ati No 1522 Th. issessment of said i T %  t %  1 > under the sail certli pate Issued wan it tile mini. < %  Jog. 1-7 Nyci i. i-. .., \\ r.n PI .a N 1".".:. Pt Of \: Ol NW. ol NWi. .'• Ml', I...-st Section -'•"'. Township 54 South l:..ii:.-10 Easl containing ,09 Ai i %  • ni"'. % %  • l-itthl '• 'I" : -• %  : Plot Ida, aembraced in Certlfloati No 1901 Th. assessment ol said proper!) null, r the said • • • t it Icati Issued as In in. nan • • w nils \ M. i iahi. .v.W Loulm M shal i I" redi • mi cl ng t" law. thi propert) d< s. i bed h.-i .-in w ill be s..;.i i. the highest bidder at thi Conr; tloum .I..,,i month • li til. first Mull. lav m Iln il i .. t ibei. 1862, w 'n, h ithe 1st da) ..i i '.-t..i.. i. Dated this 22nd da; of Vugust, 1962 K li LBATHKKM \N r\-i k i 'Ircult Court, I ladi is. tunty, Piorida all R M LEEPER. Deput) Clerk 8 24-31.9 7-:i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 62C 9307 MAX .; VRTE, Plaintiff, IDA %  • VRTB, I i. fen.i.inSUIT FOR DIVORCE [Il II \ CAKTI-: L-7::I Bronx Park East Bronx, Ni w York You a-, hereb) notified that a BUI ..i Complaint ha.been filed against -.; .,mi you are r,,|uir.il to serve i cop) of your Answ.r .-r Pleading to th. Kill of Complainl on the PlaintiffAttorney, PAUL KWITNKV, -i.'i'iui:. IJII Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original \n-w,r -.i Pleading In the ofllM il tii. cl.rk ..f tinCircuit Court on "r befon the lal day ..f October, 1962. If you fall t" 'i" so, Judgment by default win ti,taken agalnal you for thi relief demanded in the Bill "f i 'nmplalnl Thiin .in-, shall be published each week i-.r foui consecutive weeks. In THE JEWISH 1 la I!IDI AN DONE \Nli ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this :'7th da) of August, • l !•>;:.'. E P. LEATHERMAN, Cii rk Circuit i "ourl l ladi I 'ount). Floi %  i (seal) B) DONALD TAt'TENHAN I leputy i "lerk PAl'L KWITNEY, ESQl'IRE 120 Lincoln Road M ami Beat h 1 1, Plot Ida Atlorne) foi i'l liimtt %  7-14-21



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Pcce 4-3 +Jmist::.;.:.: -_: 50C invitations ka Tuesday's opening meeting to re held an the :_;.. hotel Women's Committee of Family Service Will Open Season at Tuesday Meeting Roosevelt Group Maps Activities tpter. B'nai nsve a weli ':' • •-..•• a %  ip Mrs H > itl %  '• %  H .'• .A S frees atl %  %  %  r-hip lethesda M c court Mrs Albert Rei District Mrs. Msx Ken Mrs >" %  bspter -< p Iren ere : arts Hsrr B Edi .. Su i s Pis %  •551*1 '%  %  %  • J • I a {ash ; ..: \ %  %  Small Fry :: Temple N'er Tarr.:d nursery school cne ai opening session with Sever.. Nadlei right rrr-.d Mrs Ecr! r.:xz:z left cssistan: Top row tefl • jh: "e Susan Garazi Wayne Savage Cindy Mintzer '. %  Tachr.es ar.;: Mr*:.-, jcidrr.cn Srrtorr. row ere S.cspy Howard -r.i Cobi Trrrr-ter.rerg Meoaben and prospective member? of the Women* Commute." eisfa Farr.ii> and Children's Service will be en:ena:ned by the ms Civic Theater players at the opening meeting in the Eden Roc hotel on Tuesday at p m pU>\ -Eye of the Hurr:rsM hi the itorj of a case workhelp to a family apact by the behavior of an emotionally-disturbed child Director is Miss Bernice L-.zar. bo has appeared as a -;er an-i dancer in several ISO shows and has acted in previous Acens Theater product] Wpiears Committee president. Mrs Irving Fell uill present de• sf the current membership %  teal which will run thi Marcs First prtu I :>e given • ISM | :r. the %  Bl r< members will be a w eeken d tea D e r sl Country C S i bus served the Gr %  Fiat reater V. ration T>e W ---:.;—. rlit! D ship ieappropriste volunteer services that will assist JFCS, and raise fuada iii support of the r's pr ;rara ar.d sen Tuis yesr the* •rill also betp support the establishment of a residential ^roup treatment home I sturbed children An nouncement of the plans for this much-needed professional facility will be made at Tuesday's BMetfSf Mrs Allan Herron. membership president, is chairman for the afternoon, and in charge of ticket ^ NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT! Intel trotf briYissimd Itilian-stylel Mrs. Sherman Elected President Mrs St amour Sberrsss -^aai i ss preskfc I dt Libert Einsu trouB ( Bsdsssah at a recent board aaeetinf ..-. the S n :: ."-•.--. and ? Mrs \ Arthur -furreni I --. Mi rs a ... Ravioli N SAUCl New Members Are Introduced • %  rt Aa Mrs be alienated f :• -wised. Gev.su %  repatl Mrs Leoaurd Kabsn. S^r.crbood briefly oothaed the CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI BITE SIZE MACARONI PIES FILLED WITH CHEESE Back to School* Meeting Theme %  V-7. I" :; %  •:%  • • Mrs M THE MARVELOUS MEATLESS MEAL THAT'S READY TO HEAT 'N' EAT! For TOUT family, year fuests... for y?ur very nest dairy lunch or supper... farr<-i Chef B.-y-Ar-Dee has captured a real Iul.an lever in this new Cheese K feast! Just heat...and here's what 1 serve j tender l.rtle BBSC p es. c.:ed stieh tangy cheese ... LIN I Ukaea ssuce. simmered w.ta samhrocm i and cheese, and seasoned 10 BjtaJsCbon ^l the real Italian ssey. Vfhet a treat to serve... tastier a-f easier than th-e bases kind. ATK! BO aer. too, Coasa out IS i-; E_._ BJSJ MTSel :*^. B... iw.. b>ujr.



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Pcce 8-8 +Jei$ii flcridiar Friday. September 14. 1962 '7' ranees XJ, Mlilll We the Women Ginger Rood, Steven Jacobs Wed; Groom is Rabbinical School Student The former Miss ("anger Joyce Rood and Steven Bennett Jacobs exchanged nuptial vows on Sunday. Sept. 9. at the homo of the bride's parents. Co! and Mrs Nathan Barnett Rood. 84.1 Catalonia ave.. Coral Gables A reception followed the late afternoon ceremony performed by Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. of Temple Beth Am fTHfl WCVAN OF THE WEEK i Ihel Blum .-pent most of her married life being the "Colonel's Lee") Born in Cleveland. 0., Ethel went to Ohio State, and studied alism, On vacation in Florida, she met Milton it Blum, then a i. tsin In the army, and here on leave The) met in December, got r. ed m February, and then began a real life travelogue. Both fe thai the) would like to make their home in Florida after 'he war. Milton took the bar exams, which he passed: but twenty years also passed before the Blums returned to Miami Beach to live. Si\ months alter they were married, the captain became a colonel They started in Alabama and traveled all over the United States As wife <>f a career officer, K.the. has had man) exciting times, and three children She -ays that her dies:. Carol, born in Alabama and now a freshman at the Univer\ • Miami is her claim to fame Carol iMiss Ire:-. \ge of Miami and Florida's Junior v... : ::v./ Jeffrey, who was born in Ft K v ;starting ::-t grade, keeping Ethel in the pride and bam if ever) doting mama's life p r A The Blums spew two and a half fascinatars m Japan [here, Ethel was president of the Tokyo America Women's Club Their purpose was to convince the Japanese women %  ire '. isame the world over, regaroless oi race or nation. greal extent, ihey succeeded—Ethel was made an honorary of I i club Feeling that in Home one must do as the Romans Ao. the children wenl to a private Japanese school, where they learn< speak and play with their little companions. In German)*, where >;•>•:;: line,voars ihev also became active in the community n, a. a lav leader in Heidelberg, saw that the Jewish old Folks 1 c wax maintained epresenting the I S the Blum.met all the outstanding officials embassy people On the weekends, the Blum.tried to track down < %  -: war remnants of the JewThe) went to old synagogues and a cemeteries They were always well tended by the non-Jews Tied in their own small way to wipe out the past ". ast summer, the Blums returned to Israel. Germany and France. Og ap their old friends and haunts They were horrified to find I Hachati had been made into a museum, with hot dog stands and: curdles s soon as Ethel found herself in a place where she was going to .%  ; put. she became immersed m the activity of the community. She had always looked forward to having roots, and indeed she is putting doara now. Besides being active in Temple Emanuel Sisterhood. | president of the Shore-Unit of the Cancer Group. She likes to and golf when time permits. But right now. being Carol's mother ir big a fob as being president of the Cancer Group Carol just won -derful Jamaica vacation .n the Miss Universe Look Alike Contest. >. ,'urse. her Dad and Mother were included As a hobby, the three children arc proving the most rewarding kind to have, states categorical!) -ft CCVE TO MY PARTY w,;~ .-, children :--irt> for adults—complete with Walloons, wh:.. pei hats pre? I chi reo • games The party was the bra;:-. of But'',': fit a< in h nor of her husband. Kurt and her broth i m Cleveland Ivan Wolpaw whob) the way. is : .elor %  • :>' please IH les rt his favorite rec Kile? his %  ""grown ups arere Mr and Mr and Mrs Norn is Meyers .. I Mr and Mr%  • %  TNI SATURDAY BEFORE Mrs N % %  %  Sun Mrs. Si %  i Miss > ben her I \ FTumkes b last Sal irdaj '.':• oebleau hotel There were v. r. A sti ) oust played every, :.,> %  %  • riU %  as the desert E ed \ \ c r scheme. UM tame a>r. t I us I nger's sistei Juduaae, .> ~. ::u-r I Sydnj S it July and for the weddii v | tests eere i en's parents from New Y rk Vtad Mrs :-. i grand* er Mrs M Mrs Max Jacobs, ;... Abbot Mr • I Mrs Nick %  Vr> and Mr ..r..i Mrs Seymour >a:v.e: • '."TT YEARS TOGETHER • *as a part) Uaa ^-.'. Fa>e R gave at the derbard mot. i forty rears nag rrarr.e-i Fa>e extra sfHM >< Bca Mrs Aarvr. Coursh | ;,'. e o: a -'. the a—a-gemer.-.s. me whack \.as se Faye greeteo .'".iffon a white orrh The former Sue Talianoif. no* Mark Rabat -ar.g. Bad M:chel> '. .e--. :he ?.i-.' Among one-hundred and eight gue.-ts trt Mr ar. i Mrs Aranal Seeder. and Mrx S: Myers Vaad Mrs A J Barns. Mr and A*r\ S. Mr A=J Mrs 1 er.-i Mr arc MrCarl Veiakk Mr a.-.d Mrs Mor-e I Mrs Sam Gtnsburg Mr ar.d Mrs Jack Rubin. Dr aad Mrs I eri Rosser.'Jsa; Mr A:*: Mrs : rdoo. aad Mr and JO s, • MC v DO FROM SWITZERLAND ".here -' •--..-.i • • F.. >rr o Richards to Live In North Miami After a honeymoon in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina, the former Miss Carol Leah Lee-Benner and Joel Robert Richard wi live :n North Miami Chandlerrestaurant was the site of their nuptials i"i buffet reception on Sunday afternoon Sip: 9. with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiati For her wedding, the bride selected a street-length gown of iniporte i white -'.!k peau de soie vvith For her wedding, the bride chose a gown of ivory silk peau de soie and reembroidered alencon lace. Pearl embroidered hand-clipped bordered the hemline of the controlled belle skirt and peau de soie insets circled the bolice and exunded in a flowing panel to form the aisle-wide train. Matchins lac fashioned the plateau-type headpiece and held a bouffant multi-tiered veil of silk illusion. The bridal bouquet was a cascade of white daisies with pale yellow centers Matron of honor was the bride's sister. Mrs. Sydney S. Traum. and Marilyn Hurwitz was maid of honII or Wfrr.fr-Kahn MIS. H>H RXMAta short sleeves i'esigned with a molded bodice, it featured a set in yoke of imported reembroidered alencon lace enhancei with tiny seed pearls From the skirt front. en panel was drape>; to a flat ;.H .,.. d< % %  bow at the side Tit r%  : % %  .-. :' were held b) i ( re tn I tin) seed pearls on -> pleated ;.Hau de soie band is of I ib) %  • nk ses. *rhit< tuba roses and 1 irnations Matr : h MrR • Maid : i r was Karen %  irM Ramos an I %  -'•' ted Jbridesnu The nee Mrs R the laughter I Mi Robert S3S2 Y\v 1st ,\e She gh and the American Insutui I Hj-king Her hu>" ti are Mr a-: Mr:-urr> \ Richard. 9K5 SM ".-1 ave Hi .s a gradu an I attea led Pace Se and An : -• -.:e .•: Bask.-i il V %  York He :s presently aa auditor with u Central Bar.t and Tr.s: Co Miami -e> Brxlsky served ahis Baa ai I Lord L*e-Bencer i-.i Steven Ricaant >ere gr.v>r.-..The new Mrs. Jacobs attended Wheaton College, Norton. Mass where she was a member of the student graduation committee and Young Democrats Club She plans to attend the University of Cm Bti .i.. SOCiolog) major. Her father is president of Rood Construction Co.. and a director of the Bank of Dade County The bridegroom is '.hison of Mr and MrIsrael Jacobs, of Brookline. Ma-He ha> a degree ciolog) from New York I'm verslty, and inow attending rab1-inical school a! Hebrew Union College—Fewish Institute of RehCincinnati, o His fraternit) is Zeta Beta Tau. His brother, Robert Jacobs, served a.his best man. and Sydnev S Traum was groomsman New ad Iress for the voung couple will he 420 Dixmouth -t CincinL S. SIMM JALOES > % Dianne Zilbert, Murray Rubin Say Vows Here Dianne Barbara Zilbert became the bride of Murray Nathan Rubin on Saturday evening. Sept. 8. in the Seville hotel, with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert. of 7504 W. Treasure dr.. North Bay Village, the bnde attended Martin Van Buren High m New York and New York University Maid of honor was Carlye Lepselter. and bridesmaids included Janet Goldstein. Flame Rubin. Carole Yaguda and Brenda Korn blau Sherry Sue Zilbert was flow er girl and Michael Blasherg. ring bearer Stuart Rubin was hibrothers best man. and Joseph Kagel. She! Zilbert. Arthur Rubin. Harvev Lep-elter and Melvin Gordon were CMwnsmen Son of MrRosa Rubin. 1215 Alton rd and the late Joseph Rabin, the bridegroom .., gra iuate of Miami Beach High. Pad,Co Junior Llegi and the Umversitj of Miami After a hone\mo>vn :n Jamaica, the aewh/wedi will ave in New York Cit) MRS. sjovtar IUBIM Miss Rhine Will Marry Rabbi Announcement imi I UV • cagement of Mi-.M M : "' laughter of Mr. and Rhine, of Brooklyn. S ^ P=r.iel Mehlman. son '•' %  MrErnest Ml h klyn A graduate of Yesl bush Higli .i ., tends Bi ''" %  ] Teachers Rahet Mhlman n %  MHL .. pees ^ versirj and w as Rabbi Isaac Eleha Seminary He i ird a Phl> io ; %  Baa Mr Pafcal Cmi giaa i a i mU PW,-, wilt %  M fri4mi. Upl. II. s t rait %  m tittiwat ajaasasnakj Call J€ 2-6223 for roM^ahons use* gka— r i %  • *+4 SIS *mr 1g Vertetioa kl Iricsye Cluh 1929 &a y 8o*d IgJana! Ba r>ew collection oi rams fnm Paris. Expert stej-b>Mtp m-triKUon. 1 (dncieetf ours Lamil Mohair ?§ GUH0 • C0*L GABIES • HI 5 Caen T3i, tki Satardat > 30 AM te 5 P"



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'Jewish Flor idian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 35 — Number 37 Miami. Florida, Friday, September 14, 1962 Two Sections — Price 20* fOUTH KILLED Virginia Nixes lew Charter -or Rockwell l;i( HVOND. Va. — (JTAi "he StaU Corporation Commission M Virginia rejected this week 1 Rockwell's bid for a char>r for le N.N.P., Inc., a revised le f" his American Nazi Party. K.irl: • this year, the Virginia L islai.re approved a law revokj a i arter {ranted previously tin v zi group. The law banned %  n-< : the word "Nazi" or "Nalonalist Socialist" in the name of: | \ I]. nia corporation. Rockwell sought to get around Ithe ban by applying for a char|ter for a group using the initials rf his group. The word "Naii" 'as not used in the group's application for the new charter, but lit d ; d appear in the text of the [proposed charter. Appropriations Bill Drops Arab Anti Bias Provision WASHINGTON——Secretary of Sate Dean Rusk has encountered criticism trom the Hcuse Foreign Operations Subcommittee be cause an anti-discrimination clause pertaining to Arab bias against American Jews was eliminated from this year's appropriations bill, soon to come before Congress. A foreign assistance authoriza-i tion bill, to which anti-bias Ian-1 more important and contains no guage was added by Congress, was anti bias expression. SECKtTARX HUSK no policy difference British Court of Appeals Dismisses Jordan Sentence passed previously this summer. Rut the foreign assistance appro-' Rep. John J. Rooney, New priations measure, which actually' York Democrat and member of appropriates the money, is far. the Subcommittee, told Secretary Rusk at a hearing he was "utterly surprised" to find that "the Department of Sta'e and cr the Agency for International Developments requests that it be taken out of this bill." \ 17-year-old youth described by lolice r > an anti Semite who adContinued on Page 7-A Secretary Rusk replied that his understanding was that a provision in the authorization bill took care LONDON—(JTAI—An appeals court dismissed this week a twoof the matter. He said: "We have month prison term imposed on British National Socialist party leader had more success, quite frankly. Colon Jordan for "insulting behavior" during a riotous meeting of the with individual visa problems, for party at I-ondon's Trafalgar Square last July 1. LtVI tSHKOL funds outstripped Argentine Police Chief Says Tacuara is Not Anti-Semitic BUENOS AIRKS— (JTA)—Captain Enrique Horario Green, the reped naxal captain who heads the Argentine Federal police, this week Mnpletelj exonerated the Tacuara movement of anti-Semitism, allough any newspapers and public personalities in Argentina have Maintained that Tacuara leaders themselves acknowledge their anti jmitism. (Agencies Tell IDA Demise NEW YORK (JTA) — The pnerican Jewish Committee and Anti-Defamation League ol nai B'rith confirmed this week port.that they had decided to •solw the Joint Defense Appeal. i joint fund-raising agency. The dissolution will take effect fee 31, and the two Jewish comlunal agencies will embark on Iparatt fund-raising campaigns lartitiL in 196.1. The decision was made after Ihe two organizations failed to • gree on the question of distribution of the funds collected by the which has conducted cam'gns for the past 21 years. Each Continued on Page 3-A "There is no evidence to implicate the Tacuara group in any anti-Semitic event," Captain Green maintained during a press interview. Anti-Semitic manifestations in Argentina, he insisted, have been "exaggerated" and exploited "by Communists who try to prove that there is racial persecution in this country" Racism, he said, exists in Argentina "on a very small scale" and is being practiced by "a small minority The police chief declared that the execution of Adolf Eichmann in Israel caused reactions "among some people here, moved deeply by purely nationalistic sentiments." The "prirfe" of such people was hurt, he held resulting "in a few anti-Semitic incidents." But Tacuara had nothing to do with such incidents, although "some" of its members "may or may not have participated," the police head said. A parallel appeal by party secretary John Tyndall was rejected but his six-week jail sentence was quashed and a K£10 ($28) fine was; lying policy levied instead R. E. Seaton, who. Secretary of presided, said: "We have considered Jordan's speech with very great care. It was very near the borderline but in our view it just failed ti> step over the edge." He added that it was "a great pity there is no power to bar meetings of Ibis sort" and expressed the hope something would be done about it. example, and individual relationship than we have had with broad government policies in the case of certain countries, but there is no' difference whatever on the underof the clause." the State declared. He said hi' would like to explore legislative questions on Arab bias "a little bit further Jordan said he was "very pleased' 'with the outcome and add*d "I must admit I did not expect it." Declaring he would conContinued on Peg* 2 A Rep Rooney interrupted the Sec reiary to say that "the fact it might be in some other bill would not preclude the inclusion of it in this appropriation bill He stressed that there was nothing in the appropriations law on this subject and thanks only to the committee, it was in the previous appropriations act. "It is only fair to express our policy for the protection of American citizens." he told the Secretary of State Local Schools Begin Test Of Religious Practice Ban JtSUITS OfffND EDITORIAL PAGE 7-A Shortly before the police made his statement, the operators Continued on Page S-A NEW YORK (JTA' The first academic year since the U.S. Supreme Court decision banning an ; official prayer in New York public schools got underway this week with widespread indications that local school officials were deter-, mined to get around the ruling in some fashion they hoped would be ] legal chief' Thousands of pupils in Massachusetts began the new school year with a reading from the Bible and recitation of the Lord's Prayer t {Danish Prime Minister Fetes Gurion COPENHAGEN — (JTA. — Din park and Israel share the ideals democratic liberty and social, ogress.*' both tit-insmall counties which want to contribute withtheir means to "the cause of International peace and underlanding." Prime Minister Otto I stated here this week in feasting Israel's Premier David P' Gurion. The comparison between the two countries was voiced by Premier Krag at an official slate dinner for Mr. Ben-Gurion who arrived here on the fourth lei; of a month-long tour of the Scandinavian countries. Prior to coming here, he had visited Sweden. Norway and Finland. Prior to his leaving Finland, Mr. Ben-Gurion declared at a press conference in Helsinki that the issue of direct Israel-Arab peace talks did not come up during his conferences with Finnish officials. "We discussed only international and Middle East problems," he said. The Prune Minister said on a Helsinki television interview that while the aim of President Nasser of Egypt was "to destroy Israel." Continued on Page 16-A This was in accordance with a state law which directs that a Bible passage be read in the schools without comment. School officials in Maine said Scripture readings were held as usual in Portland and other cities. The Maine law specifies there must not be denominational or sectarian comment or teaching. In Rhode island, some public school pupils recited the Lord's Prayer as in previous years, but others took part in silent prayer, depending on the decision of the teacher. A possible new direct test of the issue developed from the action of the school hoard in suburban Levittown. Long Island, which approved a resolution for a daily exercise which could include a recitation from the Bible The Levitttown board took that action despite an opinion of its attorney that the decision was unconstitutional That view was prompt ly upheld by Charles Bun i, counContinued on Page 6-A Immigration Hitting Record, Eshkol Reveals By Special Report NEW YORK—Levi Eshkol. Israel's Finance Minister, told a group of top leaders of the United Jewish Appeal that immigration to Israel thus far in 1962 has been so heavy, the country may end the year with the greatest number of immigrants it has received in j decade. At the same time, he warned that this immigration increase has outstripped the funds needed for the resettlement and absorption of the newcomers by a wide margin. He ; urged the I'JA leaders to step up an extraordinary collection drive to raise $70,000,000 in cash funds against campaign pledges, and to take other measures to increase campaign income. Kshkol. who arrived on Sunday, addressed the 100 I'JA leaders representing the drive's officers and members of its policy-setting national campaign cabinet at a special meeting at the Savoy Hilton, Continued on Page 8-A Shtarkes Will Be Extradited LONDON — (JTA i — The House n! Lords dismissed this week the appeal of Shalom Shtarkes. uncle of Yoselle Schumacher, against enforcement of the warrant for h:> extradition to Israel on char^e^ .if complicity in his nephew's kidnaping and hiding .shtarkes. who hail been free on hail pending the outcome of the appeal, was rearrested and taken back to Brixton Prison where he will remain until the final step in the extradition procee ings—determination bj the British Home OfContinued on Page 16-A



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Page 6-A +.knisl' fieriffor Friday, September 14 IQtj A Great Judge By MAX LERNER When he talks to you he Bra Spa you with his arm. but he holds you with the virtuosity and force of his mind He grasped hold of American life very early, when he came from Vienna at 12. and he has never let go since The controversies about whether he is a liberal or a conservative strike me as mostly wordmonyering. More important is Irs capacity for vitalizing whatever his mind touches, and the influence he has ha,I upon the judiciary, legal thinking and teaching, politics and administration in America for over ha!f a century In terms of this sustained inlluence he is one of the considerable figures in the history of the court, and his name will be mentioned among the handful of great ones—Marshall. Storey, Taney, Wane, li' Irres Brandeis, Hughes, Stone, Black. 1 am speaking. Of course, oi .Justice Felix Frankfurter, whose resig nation from the Supreme Court ends a stormy judicial tenure. It is sad that he could not have kept going on the bench for another decade or more, into his 90s, as did his mentor and mode'.. Justice Holmes Hi> judicial temperament—and he showed again and again that he had it —lay in his heroic effort at a kind of judicial austerity— to which his own political and social preferences uere subordinated— for the sake of orderly change in the law. It did not lie >" any shrinking iron; controvei sj He has been a salty, bristling personality whose favorite conversational device is that Of general insult and assault He loved a fight and liked to recall the words oi Civil War veteran Justice Holme"The final test is battle in some form .it is one thing to utter a happy phrase from a protected cloister; another to think under fire —to think for action upon which great inerests depend." The enemies he fought hardest were cant, stuffiness, paralyzing abstraction.'" dogma and category thinking. On the question ot his "Liberalism'' or "conservatism" one may see him best as an administrative and economic liberal (witness his influence on the ideas and personnel of the New Dealt but a judicial conservative This is all the more interesting because his hero. Justice Holmes, was exactly the reverse an economic conservative and (in his day) a judicial liberal. In the long view of court history his place will be in the tradition with Holme.-, rather than with Justice Brandeis, who influenced him greatly on administrative and social issues. For Brandeis was of the school of "judicial activism." whose leader on the current court is Justice Black, working along with Douglas and Brennan and Chief Jus tice Warren Holmes in turn was the founder of the school of "judicial • II restrait," whose constant and brilliant spokesman Justice Frank fur'ei has been Holmes made a reputation as a liberal because, with his doctrine ot allowing the Legislatures to have their way. he found himsell with a legislative movement which was revolting agi laissez-faire economics and laying the foundations for .. welfare society. Frankfurter, with the same judicial philosophy, has come to be called a conservative because much of the legislative temper of our time— especially "ii civil libertit—has been fearful oi social change The great difference between him and the group around Justice k and chief Justice Warren is not a difference in their vision of the good society or the good life. It is that the Black group is primar;I> responding to present urgencies and is willing to take big judicial n-kin meeting them, while Frankfurter responds to his picture of the long-range future and feels thai the protection oi the human spirit is best served bj refusing to break the all too fragile judicial safeguards which have taken centuries to shape. As i happens, my own sympathies on many matters are with the Black-Warren view But I deeply respect Justice Frankfurter's concert with the legal fabric, and I have only scorn for those who in their quick and shallow intolerance have attacked him as some kind of antediluvian Stick in-the-mud. Only ignorance of the law and ot Frank f urtei's whole intellectual stance could justify the way in which some oi his critics have tried to dismiss him He will survive when they have been forgotten. He has a good style and a feel for words, but he was not the writer Holmes was or C rdozo Mor did he have the judicial creativeness of the few loneb top figures in the court's history, among whom 1 include b rshal Brandeis and Holmes His -treat qualities were very' much hiown '. itality; an almost incredible av art n< -s if hi tinae rvhen fi ng for the inordinate coi blem worth wrestling with, rooted as it is in the tangled soil of history and society; finally, the capacity for com which has made him so continuing a teacher I im happy that hi has remarkable i suein Vrthur Goldberg Yes we shall miss him But he has already had two important on< in teaching and politics and one on the court. I suspect he will low have a third, reflecting about the leaders with whom he was involved, the times he enriched, and the judicial process tor which he cared >o deeply. o o o o o <> o o o o o o o 4 o <> > > IT'S DONE VIA KSERVmON SHERATONS EXCLUSIVE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER! Just call PLaza 1-0961. 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Friday, September 14, 1962 *sJpt*/s#) FlrridliTir Fage 11-B Religious Bigctry Still Widespread, Leaders Say NEW YORK— — Religious is ^T ill •'widespread and |j imbedded" in the United .; ( %  -. tensions are increasing, there is little ol the "dialogue" -,:n: among CatUulh.', Trotestant Jewish clergymen "on the level," two Reform rabbis i %  hired here recently. iiie two are Rabbi Albert Vorsdirector of the Commission Si cial Action of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations; i] Rabbi Eugene .1 Lipman, for ir director of thai commission .heir report was contained in a i page hook, entitled A Tale !'en Cities In their survey, they studied the religious situitions and attitudes in Now York. Boston, Cleveland. Los Angeles, Muncie. Ind., Nashville, '". phia. Plainview, LI., a suburb of Mew York, and St, Paul-Minneapolis. In general, they found that 90.7 percent of the Jewish population in the United States is native-born; that the Jewish population is "the least religious" but possibly the best educated among the country's three major faiths; and that American Jewish goals have shifted somewhat from piety and reliance on the Torah to values like security, wealth, power and success. In regard to the individual cities, they found: New York has the. ingredients of religious harmony, but "unresolved dissensions on issues of vast -oil. 1 significance" smolder beneath the surface. Religious discord, they stated, never quite erupts in social discord in New York, hut New Yorkers "live in a never-never land of seemingly perpetual suspension." They contended that the prognosis for New York is not happy, declaring the "religious scene is all but void of meaningful communication heConcentration Camp Witnesses are Sought By Special Report major effort to bring to trial Nazis responsible for the assacre of .lews in six of the -; concentration camps and i iids. the West German author!I i have asked the World Jewish < i ngress in New York to help %  eye-witnesses. Anyone who witnessed atrocities Sachsenhausen, Buchonwald, I'rzemysl, Dora. Dvinsk (Ducnai and the city and district of : ublin is asked to contact Dr. N'cheah Kobinson. at the World JewMi Congress. 15 E. 84th St., New York, N.Y. The criminal investigation in regard to Przemysl is being directed pgainst the following 28 members |(] the Security Police: Bennewiti, Reisner (Reisener), Stegemann, Benthin, Wolf, Brandt, Timme, Mueller, Weichelf, Kajtacz, City Commissar Gietelmann. Chief of Labor Josef Schwamberger, Preuss, Brietlow, Mademann, Schwerhoff, Grusa, Schimang, Schraeder, Gerlach, Gottschling, Nickalik, Lanbertz, Nikel, Buchholz, Ludwig, SchuIfcert and Maer.nlich. Witnes.-es are sought in particular iust the former SS-()berscharfuehrer Otto Kaiser, who in 19391942 was block leader in Sachsenhausen, at first in the Jewish block of the small camp and later in the •isolation block He is suspected of a multitude of murders. His picture is available. Testimony against any other criminals of Sachenhausen is also invited Witnesses are sought, in particular, against the former SS-Obcrsturmbannfuehrer Bischoff and the SS-Oherscharfuehrer Sander, who are accused of multiple murder but also against any other of the Dora criminals. Pictures of Bis-' choff and Sander are available. Witnesses are also required against Otto Wolfgang, Otto Barnewald. Prinz Josias zu Wakieck. August Bender. Anton Bergmeister. Arthur Diezsch. Hans Eisele. Phil ipp Grimm, Henrich Hackmann, Gustav Heigel. I'eter Merker. Guido Reimer, Helmut Roscher. Albert Schwarz, Walter Wendt, Franz Zinnecker. Nazi victims who were in Dvinsk between July, 1941 and October, 1944, are sough*. Those accused in the murder of the Jews of Dvinsk and surrounding localities are, in particular, the former SS-Hauptsturmfuehrers Guenther Tabert and Eberhard Schuele. Survivors of the city and district Lublin are wanted awitnesses against the Nazi criminals of the region. The criminals were either members of the Security Police (Sicherheitspolizei and SS or members of the Order Police (Ordnungspolizei). Witinesses are needed against criminals from both categories. : ord Publishes Travel Bock By ipeciai ;,e(.ort ial response within the United ICS to "Tr..\ el in U S.A.," a new lide to enjoyable traveling edited the Publications Office of Ford tor Company, has led to publicaan international edition prill, for distribution overseas |The new edition, as described by 11 Dykeman, Ford publications |inager, includes a 16-page insert ing useful information for nsts visiting or planning to visit Unit d SMU'for the Brat tune. initial volume of "Travel in IA." is a 176-page, soft-cover k containing a collection of top {ional articles which have apaiei! in Ford Times over the past >i ars and were written by some t known a in hoi The insert f>r visitors covers such subjects as "How to Gel a tar i rental) for Your American Trip." "What a Visitor from Abroad Should Know About Hotels and Motor Inns." suggestions on best ways to plan driving for sight-seeing. shopping while traveling, freeways and lollways and free tours of American industry. One table in the insert provides information on average temperatures in various cities and regions and another gives sources of travel information, Copies of the international edition will be made available to steamship and air lines, travel agencies and others interested in promoting international travel and internati nal knowledge of the Unitmi Stall's Jewish Cadet AFA Commander By Special Report DENVER, Colo.—Cadet Mickey Roth, of El Paso. Tex., a senior at the U.S. Air Force Academy, has been named cadet commander at the Academy, it was reported to the National Jewish Welfare Board Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy bj the Apademy's Jewish chaplain. Chaplain Marvin Labinger According to Chaplain Labinger. there are now 40 Jewish cadets at the Air Force Academy, including 12 in the new class. Chaplain Labingi rhas announced plans for the Academy's first Jewish Cadet Chorus and for a religious education pri gram for cadets and their dependents. The education Courses will include classes in Hebrew, history. Judaism, customs and ceremonies. The year's cultural program for Jewish cadeis begins with a re-| ligious retreat to he held Sept. 1416 at the Denver Jewish Community Center's i.imp at Flbert. Colo. twoen the Catholic hierarchy and thorganized Protestant ami Jewish communities In Boston, they stated, the religious leaders have been pulled together in the fight for better race relations. The authors credited Boston's Richard Cardinal Cushing, whom they called the city's 'single, most powerful citizen." with having" made a gigantic" step toward racial amity. The Catholic Church, they held, "dominates" much legislation in Mass achusetts. especially in the fields of birth control and child adoption. Cleveland was found virtually a ".lew-less" community, having 85. 000 .lews, must cif whom live outside the central city. "Little overt conflict" wa> noticeable in Cleveland among the city's third of a million atholics, approximately the same number of Protestants, some 250.000 Negroes, and the Jews. But a "five o'clock shadow" does exist in Cleveland; after office hours. Jews socialize mainh with Jews; Catholics. Protestants an<' Negroes fraternize chiefly with their own kind; and the citj has "a long road to travel" toward lessening of religious divisions. Los Angeles was found a "gray" area in interfaith relations, and the issue of ChurchState relations there is perhaps "most fraught with tensions." The religious leaders there, according to the report, have as yet not reacted by building interfaith cooperation in the face of "the reckless forays of the rampaging right." Philadelphia, with its total population of 1.200.000. has now four percent Jews. 32 percent white Protestants, and about the same percentages of white Catholics and Negro Christians. Protestants there were reported feeling "more edgy." having been squeezed out of an earlier predominance. The Jews there were seen as feeling "secure," and the Catholicat "riding a crest ol self confidence." Tiie city, according to the autl las ied the way national!} in "coping with the new dni!" • human relations" bj facing pos-ible divisive issues openly. As to the "twin cities" of St. Paul and Minneapolis, the wri stated thai thej have come "> grips" with such issues as Sui closing laws, the fact that the State emblem contains a ci SS, and other church-state problems, Minneapolis, they stated, is no r the countrj "capital ol i anti-Semitism." The authors felt thai "channels of interfaith logue" could be deepened in Minneapolis and St Paul. Muncie. once a hotbed of Ku Klux Klanism. has 61.000 Protestants. 5.500 Catholics — and 175 .lews. Sub-surface tensions exisl there, the rabbis found, in hous and in social and service" cl The latter engage in discriminatory practices according to the rabbis, "aimed mostly at .lews" Nashville, the scene of violence, synagogue bombings and hatred in the last five years, was viewed hopefully. The authors stated that this city, predominantly Protestant, is "working quietly" for justice, and is makirv) progress slowly. They attributed much of the violence there to "poor whites, the failures and the loafers" who make up most of the extreme segregationists. Plainview. L.I., was cited for a "statesmanlike" formula worked out by Jewish and Catholic leaders in settlement of a dispute that erupted in 1956 over public school observance of Christmas. Cfiai Chapter Meeting First regular membership meeting of the Chai chapter. B'nai D'rith Women, was held Tuesday evening, at the Deauvillc hotel. Miss Jerri Cohen was program chairman. %  uslne • pacla Havt that ia Meeting, lanquet, or >l Occasion Suns/iine Membership Tea A membership tea for Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will be held on Tuesday, l p.m., in the home ol Mrs. Burton Bernstein, 1202 NF 151SI Si No. Miami Beach Chairmen are Mrs. Joseph Samuels and Mrs George Rosenberg. 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Fcqe 14-A rJmlsf fhridicur Friday, September 14, jc£2 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Shower of Soft Covers With Much Good in Them All nd and HEBREW MADE EASY. By Rabbi Joseph Zeitlin Shuihannah Spector. Liveright. HEBREW REBORN. By Shalom Spiegel. Meridian Jrwuh Publication Society. $1.95. AMERICAN JEWRY AND THE CIVIL WAR. By Bertram W. Kom. Meridian and JPS. $1.55. A HISTORY OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE. By Hugh J. Schonfield. Mentor Original. $ .75. A QUARTET OF soft-cover books have been pleading for recognition for some time now; every week that i pass them by, l am reproached bj thenpatient spines Now. before the task of reading my waj out from under the publishers shower of fall titles begin! to loom too Ineluctably, Ml give them their airing. They're too good to leave, anyway Hebrew Made Easy." by Rabbi Joseph /.e.tlin and Shuihannah Spector, is out in its third edition, with some changes, many tips on life in Israel. ol 1 abor Goldberg to the erne Court is deeply significant to %  i ncan Jew rj. mi Far sinci 19lf M n s appointment & prcme C tvoki on from ,nc -. i ol bis bu< out of the Sena! \V1 i Brai eis pinions isu; y i xpi' -->' : tht I hey u timatt ly I \ ... .. f the 1930s sevelt trans ati d ii t of the ] nei! ulation >'i banking, tht v %  • mpanie; protectioi %  %  argainii Is. ai ...... ...-., r. : v-< .. %  '• seyelt refei One of Brandeis' inti > %  %  • invrti OH the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN What is 'America 7 ? A MERICA What %  %  %  k thai t this thi lew %  • ni i %  Vmt r .. • .. -, and s e are relucl ra H ts Sepi --... the J weekly c; s Jewish organizations opposing r< schools fot • \-. ...,Mould do it hi.•..,..-. was right—dethe hilt with gut ii tht ,, urts on | pit and street corner. rm and It ctern. The a pent theii arning. st to havt over ked tht basw <:; %  > that .. citit .n would be remiss n their civic time they -,,, • their views were not poi u ar i r did ns of a | %  | ..trj • %  BTOUS 01 T\ atholic Churt prayers in tht public schools N ews. of Central European Jews Frankfurter arrived from Austria at the agt ol 12, ikfurter first gained notict as a passionati eral, one ol the most devoted defenders ol Sacco and \ ., %  •; ii, as also %  realist who worked diligentl> in the to shape tht legislation of the New Pea; As .. Har vard law prolessor and respecti nsulttant in Washkfurter exert. fluence in the es li.-hment ol Roosevelt's administrative agencies, Man> former Frankfurter students entered (host agencies philosi phj doing much t< rniie the icai ioven ment. In ] tevt ll ..; ; b Frankfurter b tl i Su preme Courl t< fill the seal vacated by another distin-h jurist. Bi i jan ii ardi In those d s %  Europi 'Id. extremis! i i L'nited Statt %  tht Frankfurter i menl ticlsn thai • as ; ackn thai Frankfurter as a lical : P |t com ed ti ntin att N Jew ever let known Frankfurtt i i %  -incert pesl -%  r to Wasl e \va< [i.. ndship hienjoyed with Fi the earl) I thi % %  .-• It is n that conservatives from thi rt as Fi r Fi reci ni r, liber the r.sti states 1 schi .... .... • si • %  sophici lers [tht rt's -. --. ati %  % %  o\ < %  : %  ave decidi In retiremenl Frankfurter car reca great Federal Judge Learm Hai Shoi his recent si in portant s figurt in our judit ial sj -• •• The appointment of Goldberg mes a! .. timt hen %  h. s.:; • irt has i mt rged as I i n >si dyn, force i< our national lift The Coun has bet mi catalytic factor for progress and ehangt At tht ag< .: ."4. Goldberf I ecome the most -.. situation. By HERBERT G. LUFT Ed Wynn Presents a Jewish Nat'l. Fund Award CO WYNN %  Ni pr** • %  %  %  r" this I %  f enten 1



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Fcge 8-A 9-Jenist ncrfdfian Friday, September U, 1952 WV 7 ^' Immigration May Hit Record High--Eshkcl -1 Herman Applebaum is shown with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz under one of the stained-qlass windows which he has encowed in memory of his parents, and which will be dedicated thw Fridcy evening at late services of Temple Ner Tamid. Applebaum is one of 16 persons who will also be honored at the service for the other stained-glass windows that they have endowed. They include Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Miller, Mr. end Mrs. Samuel Eaker, Mr. and Mrs. M. David Elwitt, Mrs. Henrietta Fine, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goldman, Mrs. Clara Slassman, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Trosky, Theodore Phillips, Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Schwarz, Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Schoenei 'cseph G. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. William Keats, Mr. end Mrs. Isaac Fryd, Mrs. Anne C. Corrsin, and Mr. and Mrs. :re Deemar. Prosecutor in Eichmann Trial Sentenced for Falsifying Papers %  [\ JTA Yaakov aror, former Tel Aviv district atj and a prosecutor in the Adoll timann trial, was >entenced here three months' imprisonment afler pleading guilty to charges ol aving obtained an attorney's license under false pretenses. In imposing sentence. Di-trict Court Judge Elieser Malchi said: "1 have no other way to save thr iace of Israel juridicial. administrat.on which was so hurt in the case Mr. Baror aNo admitted Raving obtained money from ihe Government under false pretenses as a resuit of his claim for the license. He reeeive.1 seniority and professional allowances payable to qualified members of the bar in civil service. Judge Malchi suspended, i sentence for eight weeks to permit Baror to ask President Ben-Zvi for clemency. Continued from Page 1-A called by Joseph Meyerhoff. ol Baltimore, UJA general chairman. Straining to keep up with the heavy flow of immigration, Israel is attempting to build 2,000 new housing units monthly, Eshkol disclosed. "But the pressure has been so great," he added, "we have been forced to put newcomers into housing which in many cares lacks water, light, sanita'/ arrangements, even internal walls, so lor.j as we can give them a roof over their heads." "We are nol doing this because we wanl to. but because lack ol funds and linn make it Impossible for us to meet the problems of this massive immigration in as orderij a fashion as we would prefer." The people of Israel, he revealed, are meeting two thirds Ihe costs ol imn igratii n absorption in th( form ol extra taxes and i pulsory loans "Bui even with these, they cannol meet Ihe problem alone. The) must depend cm world Jewry, primarily American Jewry, to provide the funds to meet ihe oilier third of these vast immigration and absorption expenditures The UJA leaders wire also briefed about another area ol extreme Jewish need by E Iward M M Warburg, L'JA honorary chairman, and chairman of the L'JA-aided Amer uar, Jewish Joint Distribution Committee The JDC leader reported that the entry into Fn nee of more than 150.000 Jewish refugees from Ni rth African countries in the last pul tremendous burdens upon his ors anization and French Jewish welfare bodies Warburg praised the French government for the extensive assistance it is giving to the new refugees, who include 80,000 from Algeria. He said, however, even for those who do receive French welfare aid such as the Algerian Jews, there are extensive needs of a Jewish religious and communal nature which must be met from Jewish sources. Meanwhile, thousands of refugees from Tunisia and other North ABC GEfTER SPECIAL PKG. 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To meet the siti uation in France, the JDC has allocated S3.250.OOO for refugee aid there in 1962. The I'JA leaders voted to step up ;. collection campaign to raise aminimum of S70.000.000 in 1982 for transmittal to its major beneficiaries—the Jewish Agency for Israel which is responsible for the reception and resettlement of Jewish immigrants in Israel and the Joint Distribution Committee More than half of this sum had i.< en raised to date, it was reported by Israel D, Fink, of Minneapolis, L'JA national cash collection chairman He urged Ihe L'JA le id ers to "bend i verj effort to raise $34,000,000 during the four months remaining to this year Plans to observe the l nited Jew ish Appeal 25th i ary year in 1963 wi re also a i by Meyerhoff. The I'JA s am rj 11 mmittee w hit h w ill be hi a by former Gov Herb< rl \ Leh man as honoran general chairman, will foster commemorative observances of UJA's silver jubilee and American Jewry s bumanitai achievements in an era marked Beth David Library Opens Mrs A J Beer anil Harrj Sim on.-, co-chairmen ol the Beth David Library, announced this week thai the library will open its dooron aj. CAFITERIA DINNER SPECIALS •1.10 YOU CAN PAY MORI •UT YOU CANT EAT BETTER THAN AT IT. CLAIRS CAFETERIAS + SlMlrM *'•' %  •< 127(11 Strut I by both great Jewish tr h ,,,, rebirth. KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Cc-Ownu ORDER NOW! STRICTLY KOSHEPrepared Foods •; Take Out for Yc TRADITION.' ROSH HASHC DINNER CALL 226-1744 for your Free Prk s i 8393 Bird Rd., /.' am j &f •CONTINENTAL"' \: C ATERE R s ; •-. O UNIQUE! MAGNIFIQUE! fedjARpr SUISSE RONE V PLAZA HOTEL 13ra 5I...1 nd Colllna Avn„. 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Pace 10-B Jen Mh noridiar Friday, September 14, Federation Exec Addresses Center Board Meeting "The organized Jewish community has received a tremendous impetus as %  result ol the recent actions of Sidney Lefcourt, of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa tior stated Arthur s. Rosichan. Federation's executive director, at the initial hoard meeting of the Gretaer Miami Jewish Community Center on Wednesday evening. •Two of these major actions inclu e setting up a long range devel ipment committee and a foundawhich will receive bequests 01 !• %  half of the communitj." Rosich an said. Rosichan spoke to the board ol directors about community devel,1 ents in the Greater Miami area ii, praised the (.'enter "for its fine sen ces as developed by professional staff and the hoard leadership."' Other items discussed during the meeting deluded the 100 percent endorsement of the United Fund campaign by GMJCC leaders. This will include working and giving a fair share by all leaders erf GMJCC, both porfessicnal and lay. The responsibilities of the community and the Center for appropriate facilities were discussed during the meeting A special committee will be set up by the longrange development committee of Federation and the Center to examine this mal 1 The resignation ol Arnold PiSkin, uhi served tor seven years as the Be; ch branch director, was accepted w ith regret by the board of direc* irs Emanuel Tropp. associate direc tor. reported on more than 400 childred who had been served by the summer day camp program, as well as some of the teen-age club de\tlopments during the summer. Presiding was A. Budd Cutler. recently reelected as president of GMJCC. At Young Israel groundbreaking are (lett to right) Morris Lerner. Sam Reinhard. and Moses Grundwerg. Temple Israel Prayer Books to Cambodia Aid State Dep't. Personnel Services bath eve services, followed by an Oneg shabbat La>t Passover was a time to remember, when every woman had a share in the cooking and baking, and everyone had a part in the traditional Seder. Brown has also officiated at a Bar Mitzvah and a recent bns. and was instrumental in keeping Juda ism an important part of the lives of Jews separated in space from many of-the formal aspects of their religion. Maj. Fink Gets Air Force Award Maj. Donald L. Fink, of Miami, ha.been awarded the United States Air Force Commendation Medal in recognition of his mentor, us service as director of military justice at Kadena AB. Oki I The major, a graduate of the I diversity of Miami, is the -on of Mrs. F. B Fink, of 3799 SW 97th a\t Miami. He 1a member of Pi Kappa Alpha. Fmk and his wife, the torRita M Dahl, of Pittsburgh, J';, have five children. There will be a little bit of Temple Israel of Greater Miami in the exotic City of Phnom Penh. Cam bodia. during the High Holy Days this year A shipment of prayer honks used at the Temple for manyyears during Ro.-h Hashona and Yom Kippur will arrive in time for the services, thanks to the State Department. Conducting the services will be Sol. H Brown, a member of Tern pic Israel, whose wife and daughter. Judy, live here at 500 \\V 40th ct while Mr. Brown completes his tour of duty in Southeast Asia aa State Department official. With 21 generations of rabbis in his background. Brown is wellequipped 'o provide the guidance during the service for the "large" Jewish community in Camboc ( about 30 families, also employed by the State Department. Each Friday night, the families gather at the Brown home tor SabSen. Pepper Specks at Rally Sen. Claude Pepper was guest sp< aker for the Sunshine State Sen i": Citizens on Sundaj evening at A-..dath Israel Hebrew Institute. I!i'opuwas "Medicare V ce Mayor of Surfside, Louis B Hoberman, was chairman of the Program included entermenl by Byrna and Andrea • %  Beth David Still Registering Registration i* still open at Beth David religious school. While ses sions have begun at .-ehool. registration of new students is still he ng accepted in all departments The -i ii. oi otteran intensive education to students from the age of three through high school In the dan Yeladim, for students three to six, the nursery, pre km dergarten, and kindergarten help each child develop a well-rounded and wholesome personality. Registration in the dan is -till open tor a limited number of students, with transportation available in certain area Beach Man Will Enter Med School Itonald J. Rothstein. son of Mr and Mrs. A. A Rothstein. of Miami Beach, recently graduated cum laude from the University of Florida, completing a four-year premedical course in three years one of four undergraduates elected to Phi Beta Kappa honor society, Hothstein was among the group honored at a luncheon Hi' was also initiated into I'hi Kappa Phi, senior honor society, open to the top ten percent of the graduating class Roths l ein is also a member 0TH$rrtN of Alpha r.pslion Delta, pre rnerti cal honor society, and Phi Eta Sig ma, freshman honor society. He will enter the University of Florida medical school for the tall semester. Attending higraduation 1 N I cises in Gainesville were ins par 11.;-, his brother ami sister-in law, Mr and MrAlan Rothstein, and '.heir son Gregg Young Israel Breaks Ground For New Building ••Too man} social affairs and too little time -pent on teaching the Torah" was the theme of Rabb Sherwin Stauber spiritual leader ol Young l-rael of Greater Miami. which broke ground last Sunday lor a new building Over ."• |i1 persi ns from all parts of Greater Miami attended 'he ceremony at 990 NE 171>t St., at 11 a m. Former IS. Sen. Claude Pepper. North Miami Beach Coun cilmen Bernard Berman, Maurici \\.,\ an I In 1 g Scharf, and for mer Councilman Joseph Mcffet made briel speeches, praising the work ot the -Miii;'. ami wishing the congregation speedy success I;., ibi Joseph Racko\ skj. of Beth Tfilah Congregation, headed a rab binical delegation consisting ol Rabbis Alexander S Gross, Morris Horowitz, 11 Louis Rottman, David Lehrfield, Tibor Stern, and Max LipschiU Herman Eisenberg was chairman of the event. Emanuel Urv gar, president of the Young Israel Congregation, declared that a building costing some $100,000 will be erected on the ground broken Sunday. Plans call for a two-story building, but the second story will be completed only when the full sum is raised. Construction of the lower floor will begin immediately. Special honors were accorded Louis Merwitzer, president of the Hebrew Academy, Samuel Reinhard, Jewish communit) leader, who sponsored the groundbreaking ceremony, .'acob H Cohen, Juhu> K e s n i c k and Moses J Grundwerg, former president of the Jaycees of Miami Beach, and a member of the Miami Beach Bar A<-n Tin' budding fund l.a.iieAuxiliar> are Mrs Sam (iruen Mrs Ha IT} l.erner. Mrs Ben l.erner and Mrs Emanuel Ungar Morns l.erner. Miami Beach restaurant operator, joined the group and will assist in the raising of funds. The building committee includes Ben l.erner. chairman. Dr Sol Nussbaum, Milton Gottlieb, Harry l.erner. Herman KiscnhiT-:. Mur ray Fraud Alex doo/c .Marvin Lipman, Joseph Greenberg Louis Rosenberg, Irwin Scharf. Marvin Borenstein, Sol Kalchman Samuel Baumel, Sam Gruen and Joseph Margolis MAKE YOUR WIFE A MALICE YO'JR SHOWER OF STARS HOTEL ->. 16 per p-rs. 3 DAYS 2 NIGHTS 2 BREAKFAST 2 FUU 7 COURSE D'VNHS Double Occuoancy 60 of 226 Rms. 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The n< stepped ii-, to the p to conduct the orchestra in the %  I anthem in honor ot the in scheduled ..: • presi .mo Mr.Bet Zvi • %  Music Festival The composer den • | that %  i ..nth. in ar,not unfamiliar to him ""' *as givei ndii n ation bv the enthusiastic a u for his .1a cot i-., • rhi sasso Robert Craft, Editor Will Speak Tuesday Leo Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Ploridian. will he guesl speaker al .i meeting ol the Amer lean Association tor the United Nationof Greater Miaimi onTues daj evening at Washington Federal Savingand Loan .\--n 1L':',1 Washington ave Mindlin will discuss "Quality of American Culture" apart ot the organization's ongoing study ot National dualtor Americans" on the third Tuesday of each month. nejBjMfa^T-*a4*>k4>*e>4ft4 ^^lATlONAUT FAMOUS ... f OR 50 y f Jjjjj j W THE FABULOUS ZHGIR KOSHER CUlS^' f ZEIGER8* I Ritz Plaza • MOTU • F-OOL • CABANA ClUB • •U. OuTS.Ot OE \.\)Xt CuCST BOOMS ana PENTHOUSES • PHI2 VATE BEACM TERRACE SNACK BAR • OLYMPIC POOL • Tw md J-'OVIE THEATER •OUTOOORPATIO I PLANNED ENTERTAINMENT • FREE I PARmNf, • CMETART LA/S STRICT. | l OASlRvED • I00S A.R CONDII TiONED ANO H£AT£0 DANIEL NtAL MUM Heller Elected Judge Advocate Daniel Neal Hellet Miami jt. lorney, was electe I nal ad\ ocate <>t the Jew ish \\ erans at the 87th annual .HVV convention held in Detroit si week A past commander of th I State Department JWV Heller has been active m main civic, philanthropic and communit) affairs During the past year, hi h.. eled thousands of miles at i expense to rai>e mot i United .lew i-h Appi. He spoke in New Ycrk City it the UJA's annual meeting and it Lakeland, Fla, before an initial gifts meeting there. Other placehe has visited :r. Florida for the L'JA include R Pierce, Ft, My rs, i ocoa Clear ua'.cr. St. Petersburg Kt 1. dale and Sarasota Immediate past president ot the Harvard Law School A-n of Florida. Heller imarrie I t" tn I" mer Diane Star They have thru children, two daughters and a > Born a few weekGable-iie Off On Tos:r of Duty Dr Robert A. Stet Bernard A Svrliiu ave Coral Gable* *h came to active Ut> in tile L'ail -t.,:. Air Force %  • captain, has i omi e\ I tation course t-i •i edical service al Alabama. Dr Sterling w as lution instruction strative procedun • % %  %  icine and medii of USAF obj< i lives Capl Sterlin ,.,! to DMMi: re) join the -tatt th. r< lor pi a dentist Dr sterling vcrslty of Florida and the Universit school of dentiMO in P Phi., lie is a m. %  : B"^ M silon Phi and \\ M 10 DAY CHRISTMAS VACATION SPECIAL Anj Ten Oays Sclwcen Otcemkcr lint and January 4lh. Ran el the Haas* $ 1 in aarparsen I I


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iday. September 14. 1962 *M^istrkridli^r Page 3-A tornsteins Make INF Contribution Mr. and Mrs. William Bornstein. Miami Beach, recently celebrat;i three-fold event. J On the occasion 01 their 49th ltddinj! anniversary, the Bornleins also marked his 70th birthBY. And, to make a significant* conribution to the Jewish communjn honor oi both occasions, the tuple announced the establishment of the Kate and William Bornlein Avenue in Me Ami. Israel. Bornstein is a vice president of h> Greater Miami Council of the iv. ;> v i National Fund. He is a Lrmer chairman of the Greater I •: i Israel Bond Committee, and 1been involved in a variety of her local civic, philanthropic. In! cultural affairs. Me Ami is the twin city of Miami Hrrently being erected in Israel itli the assistance of the Greater iami Jewish community and the JF Council here The city will dedicated at the end of October. caravan of some lOO Jewish \. ers is expected to participate the dedication ceremony |They will leave Miami on a spec \] Israel airliner on Oit 23. Poles Vow to Save Old Cemetery MR. AND MRS. BOKNSTHH By Special Report NEW YORK—The oldest Jewish cemetery in Warsaw. Toland. which was to have a strip carved out of it for a main thoroughfare, has been saved following a dis-, cussion with the Polish Ambassador 1 to the United States, the American Jewish Committee announced here. Jacob Blauatein, industrialist of | Baltimore, and an honorary presi-; dent oi the AJC. met with Polish 1 Ambassador Edward Drozniak to discus.the possible threat to the cemetery. Also present at the meeting were Prof. Tadeusz Lychowski. Polish Plenipotentiary for Economic Affairs, and Dr Simon Segal, director of the Committee's Foreign Affairs Department. According to a plan for rebuilding Warsaw, a main thoroughfare was to be directed through the Gesia Street Jewish Cemetery, which is the oldest in the city and probably one of the best known in Europe. It has particular historical significance since important scholars, intellectuals and Jewish leaders of the last two or three hundreds years are buried there. On hearing of the plan. Jews throughout the world, particularly those who had lived in Poland, directed protests to the Polish Government, since many of them have Official Says Miami Becoming Zim Port of Call relatives and ancestors buried ;n the Oesia Street Cemeterj Ambassador Drozniak stressed to Blaustein that while the original rehabilitation plan for Warsaw called for a strip of the cemetery to be used as a major thoroughfare, there had never been any intention to destroy the cemetery entirely. However, the Ambassador pointed out that in view of the interventions made, he authorized Blaustein to state that the original plan for rehabilitating Warsaw will be completely revised, and the new plan will not involve the cemetery in any way. He emphasized that the Government of Poland had no intention eif desecrating the cemetery and does not want to do anything that might offend the feeling of the Jews. /WS*^VW**WN< .gencies Reveal lemise of JDC Continued from Page 1-A 'gamzation received an estimated S2 030,000 annually. American Jewish commitf eintended it needed supplei funds to carry out itover%  vitiea ..part from its doi • s! programs and it also in• the right to conduct its i %  d-raising as it said was done !: nai Knth the parent body • ii VDL. \I>L held thai since the i.A was the provider (or most of ms <>i both agencies, the ICommitU e proposals o u I 3. Keren said more than 200 reservations already have been received for the Shalom Cruise, which will feature the exchange of official greetings between the United States, Israel and seven Caribbean islands. "The leaders! nen as Ben I --•: Mauri* • R< > itz. Jack Popick Leonard Solom n Fred K. Greater Miami Israel Assn. has played a major role in our decision to expand cruise operations out of South Florida.'' Keren said. He pointi nt that the SS Jemsalei kill sail here from Haifa on Ocl '•' by wa> oi New York, u II i ( the fastest. Ii Shochet and other officers of the and most modern cruise ship operating out of Florida during the remaining months of 1!H>2." Keren conferred with Akiva Goffer and Yitzhak Gerstenhaber. presidents of the AmericanI>rae! i Florida' Shipping Company about special added shore excur:.and entertainment being arranged for the Shalom Cruise Menorah Youth To Hear Moore Teen-agi rs i I Temple Menorah will sponsor their tirst Sunday service breakfast with th< newlynted principal of Miami Beach High School as gui St speaker. The' services will be conducted by thi teen-agers who have just returned trom .. ... rship Training Institute. At the br akfi st ich will beby the Templi Sisterhood, Steve Moore principal of Mh n I Beach Senioi >ol \\ ill disisc \ St ns< of Values Following the address, the teengroup will break up into workshops to prepare f<>r such projects as High Holy Day services and the ... pn gramming i f parties for the coming year. gi rs participating in the services and workshops include Korenl it, Mark Krovetz, Bar bara Segal. Richard Friedman. S isat Rul i Mark Slavin, Ri Ftt. Jerry Lieberman Ted Cooper nd Kenneth Sussman. FREE ISRAEL BOOK 45 PICTURES AND MAP OP ISRAEX WITH PURCHASE OF YUBAN THE SIMCHA COFFEE AT YOUR LOCAL STORE cr Enclose label from Instant Yuban or snip of tin wraparound from Regular Yuban with your name and address and send to JEWISH FLORIDIAN P.O. Box 2973 Main Post Office Miami 1, Fla. i AIWWA'W. I : iabbi Wernick it Tifereth Israel ['lilt r t h Israel Congregation ant Heappointment of Rabbi eriry B. Wernick as spiritual Bilcr. iRabbi Wernick ha.been a rc-itii! ol Florida for 13 year-, and Is served in some ot the leading pipits here. [Planare now in information for fceirganizing the Sunday and Helen schools, Classes for confirbtion and Bar Mitzvah are still en. Cantor Albert Glantz will Relate at the High Holy Days. DOGRACiNG EVERY NiGHT SUNDAY n'Ul m W 5 \4 %  > MMr J.\i / %  \ i Your Attorney is a specialist ...and so is Dade Federal Ours is a government of laws, not of men. But the laws under which we live are many, and they must be interpreted. This is why your attorney's knowledge of local, state and federal legislation, is so important. His counsel will usually save you much time, trouble and expense. With his assistance you are better able to defend your lights and to find justice. Just as you consult a lawyer on a legal matter, you should consult with home financing experts when you're ready to buy, build, or refinance a home. You'll find just the specialized help you need at Dade Federal. Here, people with many years of experience and study are ready to advise and guide you in the financing arrangement that best meets your requirements. 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the n J 1(/< omcm s "WorU by ISABEL GROVE Kccently returned to our shores, Mrs Sheila Baron and son*. • uh and Bruce, who had been on a three-week vacation spent :h friends and family in the mid West Sheila saw a great any of her former classmates from Northwestern University and the Elgin, 111., home of her aunt and uncle. Dr and Mrs. D. |).ouis Steinberg, there was a family reunion which included Dr. Mr-. Barney Goldstein, who spent every moment they coull ...th their visiting grandsons ... A former president of the Albert I icin group of Hadassah, Sheila was prevailed upon to be guest lipeaker at a Whiting, lnd., Hadassah affair Summation of the I It was marvelous, but isn't it great to be in Miami?" The Abbots. Jack and Ada, of 4024 Nautilus dr.. who spent I r.il weeks of the summer at the White Face Mountain Inn in Placid, will be saying "au revoir" to pretty, rei-headed I htcr soon With two years at the University of Texas be| her. Mary will attend Simmons College in Boston and major dietetics and nutrition Abbott son Freddie 10. a student at North Beach, spent the summer at Farragut Naval Academy, and narles 12. who plays in the band at Nautilus Junior High, con| • U'ated on studying the piano and oboe the past several months. • • Brief family reunion for Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Payton and i r two sons. Bob and Harry President of Beach High's 1962 I -popular Bob, whose summer in Troy, N.Y., was delayed [ he stopped off in a New Rochelle hospital for an unscheduled i pi ndectomy. left this week for Chapel Hill and the University \< %  North Carolina Older brother Harry, a recent graduate. | mm laudc. of Florida State, now serving in the Armed Forces, me on leave A group of Beach High graduates who have been friends throughImt their school careers starting in first grade scattering now as lines enter the colleges of their choice Michael, son of Dr. and Mrs Sherman Kaplan, and Ronnie, son of the Morris Greens, off li Vanderbilt Hal, son of Commissioner Harold Spaet and Mrs. •put. entering the University of Georgia, and Mr. and Mrs. Her[bert Tenenbom's son. Buzz, going to the University of Michigan Emory' U for Andy, son of Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Zivitz, and Joey, Ison of the Sam Keelinsons And our own University of Florida for nib. son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Jack Robinson, and Eddie, son of '•Irs Charlotte Reisner Penny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. How. rd Kane, going to Boston U for her sophomore year, and Jo, [laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spiegel, of Keystone Pt.. on her y to Ohio State She's a graduate of North Miami Beach ;:;gh. • Best part of the vacation the Bernard Pallants and son Joe [.'pen: in the Carolinas this summer was being near enough to [spend a week with daughter Enid mce Pallant and husband Don rtnoy. of Morguntown. W. Ya., when their first child. Darin "rthur. was born in Angus' Happy announcement from Temple Beth El's spiritual leader, .hln Samuel Z. Jaffe, and his wife Daughter Michcle Rachele torn on Sopt. 4 Doorball at 8973 SW ;fith st. welcomes visitors with strains Moon Over Miami" Brand new home of June and Allen 1 .nick and four-month-oM Shawn Kevin Delighted visitors are m(parents. Mr and Mr; David Olinick. and Pearl and Howard ['. i i nthal Highlight of the trip Susan and Harry Zukernick, of 3134 Sheriave., took to Mexico was the Folk Lirico Ballet, now touring • United States The vacation started with Mrs. Z. visiting Muhael. now in the office of Regional Counsel of Internal •t venue in San Francisco Then Harry joined his family and attended the American Bar convention hel.l in San Fran trip south of the border followed. Tiie E. Albert Pallot.found Lisbon "enchanting and picie with fountains and flowers out of this world" Next r the honeymooners, who are traveling with the .lack Sandwas Johannesburg. So. Africa, where Al addressed the B'nai 1 rith Lodge and was honored for his work in the U.S. with that I ition ... On a 25.000-mile safari, the group then boarded • SS Rhodesia Castle for a seven-day trip Artists Charles R Jacobson, Reyna Youngerman and ad man \~> bi HurwitI have been appointed to help organize the Dade .irt contest bom: sponsored by the Miami beau'.ification I %  mil ittee General chairman is Mrs. E. Arthur Evans, her| a painter Back watching husband Ed's prowess on the handball courts Westbrooke Country Club is Pat Strawgate. who journeyed with |i of their vouni-sters. N'aruv and Janet, for a visit to New I Las1 few days of sunbathing at hiWestbrooke cabana for Mike Meyer, who'll be leaving for New York's School of Social Iw'ork at Columbia University on a fellowship from the Jewish amilj Service Bureau of Cincinnati Back Irom a European vacation with husband Armand Cerami. U onna chose a dress hand sewn with 2.000 stitches by Italian crafts[nin for her first night out at Tonys Fish Market last week. Westtbrooke Country Club members find the club a perfect 1 to entertain out-of-town guests Recently Mr. and Mrs. P rank Rose hosts to their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. %  Donald Lovltt, of Jacksonville Bea Sparaga entertaining her piece, Phyllis Shiffman, of Passaic, N.J. And Belle Peyser |ntertaining her sister, Mrs. John Green, of Caldwell. N.J. Gertrude Kapralik's son, David, was recently reappointed co|< rcinator of Columbia Records Among the artists he represents are singers Steve Lawrence and Edyie Gorme Back in town with their families are Mesdames Sally Sternftein, Barbara Heiken. Ann Kaufman and Caire Weiss, who wen Washington, D.C where they attended a District B'nai B'rith onvention Mrs. Weiss was elected district officer. • Sidney Ginsberg, of Nash Miami, rambled up to the Round rtble in Ft. Lauderdale and was host for a large dinner party 1 re ol various company executives and salesmen Former %  ; ^ iera hotel owner Ben Marden. New Jersey, a recent diuutr peat at Tonys Fish Market. "Oewish Floridian Micmi, Florida, Friday. September 14, 1962 Secticr. 3 Women's Division of Greater Miami's Technion Society call together members of the board of directors at the home of president, Mrs. Philip Thau (seated center) to map a county-wide membership recruitment drive. Shown during a pause in their deliberations are (seated) Mrs. Jack Katzman. Mrs. Thau Nurses of yesteryear wore uniforms like those modeled by Cedars ol Lebanon Auxiliary members Mrs. Ted Lotterman (left) and Mrs. Herschel Leschel (center) contrasted with the trim modern 1962 outfit of Mrs. David Stuzin. R.N. The Auxiliary presented a "Nurse Fashions—Then and Now" show at a membership brunch last Tuesday at the Museum of Science and Natural History. Opti-Mrs. Sees School in Action Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach plans to make its first general meeting of the year "an inspiration to new members and a rededication to those of long standing." The regular luncheon meeting took place on Tuesday at the Barcelona hotel, after which members boarded an air-conditioned bus for a visit to the Montanari Clinical School for emotionally-disturbed children. The Opti-Mrs. are presently supporting 16 scholarships at the school. During the bus trip, an informative session on the background of tht school and various case histories of the children was conducted by program chairman. Mrs Louis Freeman At the school, members inspected the grounds and D w facilities, and observed the youngsters during classes. They also had the opportunity to view a bronze plaque dedicated in their honor for their efforts in behalf of the emotionally-distui children. Opti-Mrs. Club has helped in :ht care and rehabilitation of 45 children over the past several yei Mrs Murray Sonnett is presii ol the club. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Standing are Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Mrs. Leo Rutstein. Mrs. Henry Nelson, Mrs. Rubin Porter and Mrs. Harold Thurman. Member's dues help to defray students' tuition expenses at Israel's noted engineering university. Beach Hadassah Slates Cruise Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah has voted to sponsor a sevenday Thanksgiving Fiesta Cruise to the Caribbean aboard the SS Jerusalem, flagship of Zim Lines. The tour is slated Nov. 21 to 28 Announcement was made Wednesday by Miss Lillian Goodman, president of the chapter, who recently returned from a study mission to Israel. "By participating in this sevenday cruise aboard the SS Jerusalem, our members will be providing direct aid to the economy of Israel. Zim Lines is a major facet in the financial life of the Jewish State, and her proud new ships are a tribute to the State of Israel Miss Goodman said. Reservations for the Hadassahsponsored cruise may h made at the offices of Zim Lines, 407 Lincoln Read bldg. Beach Groups Open Season Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah groups will launch their new year of activities with an intensive membership campaign, to t highlighted on Oct. 1. • • Bay Harbor group will meet at the Beau Rivage hotel on Monday, Sipt. 24. at 11:30. Luncheon and a special program are planned. • Deborah group will meet at the Fontainebleau hotel at 11:15 on Monday, Sept. 24. Guest speaker is Mr.Dorothy K Fink. • I. R. Goodman group will meet on Wednesday. Sept. 19. 8 p.m.. at Washington Federal. 1234 Washingten avt. Shoshana Chapter Games S .(shana chapter. B'nai B'rith Wi nun. will hold a 'Gala Games Night"' on Tuesday. 8:30 p.m., at the Unified Hall. 2300 NE 171st st. lr charge of additional information servations an Mrs Jack • i ii rf and Mrs. Louis Cutler.



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Friday. September 14. 1962 +Je*isti ncridttan Page 9-A Tenth Anniversary for Reparations Pact f. ;. SCHtAffU Schecffer Named To Home Council Iward J. Schcaffer, president. J Scheaffer &• Associa'es \d %  ising Agency, ol Miami, has • n appointed a member of th< Hi Homebuilding Marketing CounAnnouncement of Scheaffer's apntment was made by James F envoord, merchandising maner of Life Magazine The Scheaffer Agencj has long een active m the South Florida me Builders' Assn., and today Fts numerous builders, developco-ops, apartment buildings, istrial accounts, financial Instiitions and building manufacturamong its clients The firm holds membership in 'h the South Florida Home Builds' Assn., and the Greater Miami %  ifa< lurers' Assi Senior Citizen Programs Open Over 300 older adults, in four fferent locations in this commun v. will celebrate the grand openK of the program year through %  e senior citizens department of the Greater Miami Jewish Com • unity ("enter. An invitation is extended for all senior citizens to attend these spe ;.l "open house"' ceremonies re will be dancing, entertain ent and refreshments. The "open use" ceremonies will be held at: Miami Beach YMIIA Branch. 3536 Bay rd.. en Sunday at 2:30 m Miami YMIIA Branch. -450 Stt ave on Sunday at 2:30 p in Southwest YMIIA Branch. 7215 w.i\ on Wednesday. Sep1 • at 2 p.m. %*• rth C imtj YMIIA Branch %  • 6 NE tit:, ave Tuesday, Si %  ; I al 8 p.m. Men and women, 55 years ol er, are invited to l>< • bers ol the progi may be obIra St. %  mni.'/ • • ntj si nior citizens d< n tit. Mil mi V JERUSALEM—(JTA—The tenth anniversary of the signing of the Israel-West German reparations agreement was marked here with a statement issued by Finance Minister Levi Eshkol. a special program broadcast by Kol Israel, the state radio network, and by editorials in the country's leading newspapers. The statement by the F r.;r c Minister — which was prepared prior to Mr. Eshkol's departure f r Europe and the United States id released here—said that the Bonn Government had fully and precisely carried out the agreement in accordance with the declared aim to compensate for the material damage caused by Hitler and his criminal regime. Participating speaxers in the broadcast commemorating the anniversary included ur. Nahum Goldmann, president of the Conf-nce <*n Jw : h Material Claims Against Germany; Moshe Sharett, chairman of the Jewish Aten-y executive; Pinhas Sapir, Minister of Commerce and Industry; Dr. Eliezer Srvrnar, had of th 'srae! Mi'sioi in Colopne; and Pro'. Frani Bothffl, who horded the We't Gf>-m-.n de'egat'o^ at the Luxembourg reparations negotiations. !' :\ar. official organ of the H si tn'rut. declared in i;s editorial 'hat, ement has pen imi le in nte I correctly and the payments were even accelerated, it cannot be regarded a; any kind o! atonement tor the terrible crimes committed against the Jews. "It represented at most a modest restoration of stolen Jewish property, the proceeds of which were used for the economic absorption of tens of thousands of rcfu> gees who went through the hell of concentration camps." the paI per declared. Haaretz. independent daily news naper. noted that it was extremely difficult to imagine the development of Israel's economy for the pasl decade without reparations. \t the same time, it sad that the ilure of the Bonn Government to establish diplomatic relations with Israel was an example of t h.'ai'tciln. s" Dr. Konrad Adenauer, the West German Chancellor, observed the t "nt h anniversary ol the signing i the German-Israel Reparations Agreement in 1952. In a statement Monday in Bonn, declaring he felt the pact had furnished "a solid basis for steadily improving relations between the German people and the Jews." "I am satisfied," he asserted, in a special message published in fhe Government's official Bulletin, "that the German Federal Republic has implemented the obligation it assumed 10 years ago." A number of the country's leadling newspapers, noting the anniversary, declared editorially that it is regrettable that thenare as yet no formal diplomatic relations between West Germany and Israel. The Staatsanzeiger, of Cologne expressed the hope that "this diplomatic twilight will soon be removed unperturbed bj the Muff and threats of the Arab world."' Mers to Hear Lecture %  itional mi I i : > Id bj the I9ers ol Tern I on Sunday. 7:30 p m in Hall. Guest speaker will Ur Hyman Rosenkrantz, win ill lecture on "Rehabilitation— to Take Care of Your Health YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 I GOING PLACES? Thousands of FLAGLER FEDERAL savers will be taking a wellearned vacation trip this summer because they have the savings habit. You, too, can go places when you save at Flagler Federal. 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Friday. Sep temb er 14, 1962 Women Planning ^Break-Fast' Beth Emeth Congregation Sister:| tanning a "break-fast" !• wing Yom Kippur on Monday, Oct. 8. The first in a scries of "Judaism in the Home" breakfasts for j onaires w as hd ; by the SisItrhood on Sunday, uitli members ii! the Junior congregation as sts Beth Enn th Sisterhood ihel RabSimon April at a speoSepl 6 Rabbi April Beth Emeth's new spiritual lead*. /*#> Fhrkttari ~ Page 7-B Beth David Women's Party Ih Da id Sisterhood will bold laVSTntpe^HaH 8 0 WQS ^T" a,mos P here for Westbrooke Country Club's •Adrift in Hawaii" is the theme 222 ^'d-Summer Froli J c Da nc f he Carousel Patio. for the annual "Ship* reck Party *,? out ,he dance arcund poolside are Mr. and Mrs. George • 30 p.m.. and inclu'df ewman and Mr and Mrs Be Levitan. The dance was foln • -hi super: lowed by a midnight swim and breakfast. %  Schor j :id his orchestra will Central Hebrew Druggists Off To Conference .lack Davis and Ben Saks will represent the Southeast Florida Pharmaceutical Assn. at the 64th innual convention of the National Vssn. of Retail Druggists in New York City on Sept. 16 to 20. Mailers pertaining to the new Irug bills and legislation on quality stabilization will be on the igenda. Both delegates arc members ol he executive committee of the southeast !•".. rida Pharmaceutical Vssn I<;:\is is :i lormer president f the local group, and Saks is •bairman ol the publii i latio committee. Beth Torah Open House Beth Torah Congregation will hold an "Open House" dance S %  i'il.:'evei ing in the social hail The affair will feature a five-piece band, entertainment and refi ments. Newton Greene imera! ership vice president, >h Uic music. Tickets may be nned at the synagogue office. "Hang up your ha: and feel at [! with Sisterhood" ill be the Hhenie ol the Sisterhood's opening etins on Wednesday at n a m. 'Dutch Treat' Luncheon High Registering Miami Women's Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged will Central Hebrew High ot the Bu> have a •Dutch Treat" luncheon icau of Jewish Education is eon-' on Thursday, Sept. 20. in the Park 1 ncheon will be served in Spec-' ,inu n S its registration through the Lane Cafeteria on Coral Way at Eeth Am Ladies lap Activities Technion Official Speaks to Lions Leo Rutstein, southern regional [all. i week of Sept. 16. The school ac-' 11:30 a.m. A card party will fol' eepts graduates of Junior High de-' low the business meeting, partments of all Jewish schools of Greater Miami. About 150 students are expected to register. Central Hebrew High School \ duplicate bridge tournament j meets in five areas at Beth David loi advanced players will begin at Congregation. Temple Zion, phe Temple Beth Am on Tuesday Beth Torah Congregation, Temple director of the American Technion o n Mrs Norton Segal is chair%  Kmanu El and at the Bureau of Society, addressed members of "'n ; Jewish Education building. the North Bay Village Lions Club The Sisterhood will be bowling The student body includes gradlast week, rhe University Lanes on Tuesuate students of Beth David Con The group previewed a movie, lay mornings at 9:30. Mrs. Joshua gregation. Coral Way Jewish Cen"The City Called Technion," pegal is president of the Bowling [ter, Israelite Center. Tern pie! which has just been released '" l, '„ „ .„. u l:" 13 ", 1 '^ u Te u n P e •Y enorah .' An introduction to the 14 minute Mrs Meyer Brilliant, chairman Temple Beth Sholom. Beth Torah film is givcn b Israel Supreme he educational group, has planCongregation. Temple Sinai and Courl Justicc Moshe Landau who |ed a series of winter forums which Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood. is chai rman of the board of govTwo senior classes for qualified 1 crnors of Technion. students are being formed. '/, n i nr | %  |X M N -_X Faculty of the school includes, LUT Rabbis Moshe Aspes, Shimon AtU-l lay. William Millen and Julius SuVenik. Director of the school is Abe Gefter, of the Cromwell Herbert Berger. assistant director Mel. oceanfront at 20th st., Miami of the Bureau of Jewish Education, j each, thiweek announced that intor Pishele Lutman will officiate f*I..U C_I,..J..I_. High Holiday services in the WUD OClieaUleS |The kosher Cromwell features the Varied ActlVSTIOS -i food prepared by competent Adults and the younger set at kefs and under strict Orthodox Westbrooke Country Club have Ipervision, Gefter said, scheduled social affairs over the symphony orchestra will be direct|' Rates are so low this year that weekend, %  ed by Fabien Sevitzky. with 14 inVen people in the low income On Saturday, there will be a ternationally known soloists rackets can afford to spend the September supper dance for memUM Symphony manager. Marie i-h Huh Hay season with u>." hers and their guests, in the club's V'olpe, reported that subscriptions addi i Grand Ballroom. f r the coming season have reached jl'antoi Lutman has officiated in On Sunday, the Westbrooke Top a total of 3.300, or 300 more than at F Orthodox synagogues in Teen group, members aged 15 to the same time last year. |iami, Chicago, a,",! New York. 17. will hold a "Swing and Swim" party around poolside Yugoslavs Hold Conference On Saturday. Sept. 22. the Young Adults, aged 17 to 20, will hold a LONDON — (JTA) — The Union swim dance. of Jewish Communities of Yugoslavia held Its annual conference Coral Chapter Installation Set Coral chapter Of the American Medical Center. Denver, will hold its installation of officers Sept. n; il Miami Springs Villas, Cantor Sheldon Kodner. of Temple Iieth Am. will install Mrs. Davd Bendell as president. Other officers who will also be installed at the ceremony include Mrs. Paul Kltingcr. first vice president; Mrs. Irving Rubinstein, second vice president; Mrs. Max Bogmer, third vice president; Mrs. Joseph Kowalsky. recording secretary. Mrs. Frank Rose, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Meyer Silbert, fiMiamians Will Attend Confab A Budd Cutler, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, will head a local deli ja.'•ii i Cent) r representatives to a rence of the Southern S< ction Board ol Governors ol National Jewish Welfare Board in 'hattam •>. a, 'I enn this w eeki Other Center officials v. ho will be attending the sessions are Le Kaplan and Mr. and Mrs, George A. Simon. The conference will discuss such subjects as financing the center, ihe role of women's organizations, and the present day behavior of teen-agers. nancial secretary; Mrs. Jack Weinei. treasurer; Mrs. Irving stezmeran. social secretary. Trustees to be honored at the dinner include Mrs, Maurice Harrison. Mrs. Phil Stoler and Mrs M. Oolstein. be announced soon. romwell Hotel Symphony Tickets Still Available Choice seats are still available for the nine pair of subscription concerts to be presented by the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra at Miami Beach Auditorium and Dade County Auditorium beginning Oct. 21 and 22. Now entering its 36th season, the Temple Adath Yeshurun 1025 N.E. MIAMI GARDENS DRIVE NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FIORIDA JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN is located in the garden spot ol North Miami Beach. SEATS FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS AVAILABLE TO N0N-MEM3ERS. 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. Meyers, Chairman ol the Beard Jack Schoenfeld, Chairman ol Religious Committee 'inski Folk ichool Opens |1 irst i: ("Ming of the David Pinin Belgrade, with 66 delegates from Folk School will !Hheld on nnuncement of the two new teach22 communities. A report showed |(-nda) evening at the Farband ers for music and Hebrew who there were now 1,400 .lews in BelItural Center, 842 Washington have been added. grade, 1.300 in Zagreb and 1.800 in There will be community singsmall towns A report from Buda\ report on future plans for the ing and refreshments after the pest showed there were now 80,'"I will be given including anmeeting. OOO Jews ill Hungary. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 11527 South Dixie Highway "Tomorrows Judaism Today" Miami, Florida Reconstructionisf Ideology Heimon K. Gottlieb Cantor HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES 5723 Beginning FRIDAY, SEPT. 28th, 745 P.M. at the AirConditioned CUTLER MDGC 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. Shop Rabbi Sabbath Services: Fridays of 8:1 S P.M. Saturdays at 10:30 A.M. Suniland Hall. REGISTRATION NOW IN PROGRESS FOR RELIGIOUS AND HEBREW SCHOOL 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 OfflCIATtlNG Accompanied by the Choir under the direction ot Joseph Schreibman MEMBERSHIP DUES INCLUDE: 2 SEATS IN TH€ MAiN SANCTUARY FREE TUITION IN RELIGiOUS SCHOOL & TRANSPORTATION REDUCED RATE FOR NURSERY SCHOOL PARTICIPATION IN ALL TEMPLE ACTIVITIES SEATS AVAILABLE IN CHAPEL SECTION FOR NON-MEMBERS TEMPLE OFFICE OPEN DAILY from 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



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Friday. September 14, 1962 +Jelsti fhrlcflan Page 5-A Argentine Chief Defends Hate Unit Louis Meiwitzer right 1 newly-elected president of the Hebrew Academy c: Greater Miami, accepts the lecder's gavel from outgoing president, B. I. Binder, head of the Academy for sever, years. Bind< r has been made honorary life president. Installation raremonies took place last weekend. Academy Adds Siaff Members Thte\panded Hebrew Academy it Greater Miami has added four English teachers I > its staff this year t accommo ite the school's record • irollm fat >i more than 400 -huh I '! Mrs J.heba Feder, a veteran of 39 year.teaching "cperiencc, will begin htr first year at the Hebrew Academy after J two-year teaching period <.: Ye-h.vj >f Hudson County. NJ, She taught in Garfield,; N.J.. public schools for 37 years A native of Passaic. N.J.. Mrs. Fed! er graduated from Newark State] Teachers College (O 1923. Mi:: Marily Goldman will begin he first school year at Sie local school af*r teaching two year: ;• yesh'vas in New York. After craduating from Long Island University in 1954, she joined the staff of Yeshiva Rambam, and ir. 1961 taught at Yeshiva Mogen David, both in New York. She is a member of the Alumni Assr.. cf Long Island University. A qraduate of the University of Miami, Mrs Pauline S. Potamkin will join the staff at the Academy, after teaching in Philadelphia and Karlington Heights School in Miami. She has been a local resident! for 20 years. Dr Morton Maisel is a 1956 graduate of the University of Miami,; where he majored in history and government. He is currently working on a Master's Degree at the U of M Dr. Maisel served in the U.S.] Army from 1953 to 1955, and taught at Normandy Prep School and Temple Beth Sholom in Miami Beach. Temple Israel in Miami, and Temple Beth El in Hollywood. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prinilpul of the Hebrew Academy, also Continued from Page 1-A of the Independents Theater in' downtown Buenos Aires appealed for police protection against "Nazi hit and run gangs." The appeal j id the theater had been attacked five times recently. At the must recent attacks, which took place in Au 2". three young gunmen uounded two acl rs Polic seized iths in the firsl arresl •ii ce the recent spurt "t antiin last spring, Alberto Ezcurra, leader "I ol the T.i ivethe i" lice < hi •: vi He ks : lly J by fesuit hi MI Ihe Tacuara coi lers the J< %  ion The Argi ntine Jesuit pr esl has written a violently anti-Semitic book "The Jew—A Mystery of. His'< ry." The book wsa published in 1959 and is now in its third edition It has also been Issued abroad. While some Catholics consider Father Meivielle merely a fanatic, a prominent Latin American Catholic educator—Father Mario Pinto, professor at the Catholic University of San Salvador—who is currently visiting Buenos Aires, said that his views "reflect the doctrinal position of the Catholic Church on the Jewish problem." "He is hardly a fanatic," Father Pinto said. "He correctly reflects the Church's doctrinal position on the Jewish problem What he says about the Jews in Argen-, tina is only the application of a | general thesis." The first of a series of regional Jewish conferences sponsored by | the DAIA, the central body of Argentine Jewry, to strengthen pro-' vincial Jewish communities meanwhile heard a report this week on the perils of Nazi infiltration in Jewry. The delegates included one South American countries. from Paraguay, Segismundo Kurz, The two-day conference was held who reported that the Paraguayan in Resistencia, in the Chaco ProGovernment had showi vince, on the general topic of ur^zeal" in preventing any ent problems affecting Argentine against .lews in that coui I announced the appointment of four teachers to the school's Hebrew Department. — HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES Rabbi Solomon Schiff CONGREGATION BETH EL 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Miami Services will be Conducted and Chanted by our distinguished Rabbi Solomon Schiff Assisted by REVEREND GEORGE GOLDBERG Abraham Chiel, President PH.LIP BERKOWITZ, Honorary Life President RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF AMAHAM CHIEL, President ISIDOR SCHWARTZ, 1st Vice President SAM SEGAL, 2nd Vice President HYMAN CHABNER, Treasurer MRS. JEANNE ROTiNBERG, Secretary EXTEND TO THEIR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY, HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR CANTOR H. RICHARD BROWN Cantor Crown Will Be Installed Cantor II Richai %  %  l s. this Frj i ting Alex Gordon chain the pri ri Uti r in show bu? n %  I'm. n College, j Music where he also m; education. Prior to coming to Temple Ju le Cantor Brown served the Community Synagogue in Rye, N Y Community Memorial Services OFFERED BY THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CEMETERY ASSOCIATION "HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS A PART OF OUR HIGH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE" RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery 3260 S.W. 8th STREET SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1962 11:00 A.M. (1 WEEK FROM SUNDAY) Rabbi Solomon Schiff Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Norman Shapiro WILL OFFICIATE Cantor William W. Lipson WILL CHANT THE LITURGY & ALSO AT THE Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery 1125 N.W. 137th STREET SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1962 2:00 P.M. (1 WEEK FROM SUNDAY) Rabbi Solomon Schiff Rabbi Max Shapiro Rabbi David Lehrfield WILL OFFICIATE Rev. Abraham Seif WILL CHANT THE LITURGY 0 SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED OSCAR RAPPAPORT, Chairman Woodljwn Memorial Service* HYMAN P GAIBUT. Cha.rn.an M. Sinai Memorial Services



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Page 14 3 #<*# nrrMftr Friday, September U :952 Rabbi Kronish Will Report to Miami On Israel Trip in Leon Kronish, honorarj chairman of the Israel Histadrui Committee ot Greater Uiami, will report on his jus) concluded trip to Israel al 1 reception In his honor at 7:30 p.m., Sept. it), ;it the Fontainebleau hotel Announcement of the tribute to Rabbi Kronish, spiritual leader ol Temple Beth Sbotom, was made Wednesdaj 1 >> .1 z Stadlan, presi dent of the Israel llistadrut Committee of Greater Miami. Rabbi Kronish met with top of finals, of both llistadrut and the Male of Israel during his visit, duT ing which he accomplished much which will aid in speeding our com munity's llistadrut projects in IsI atl." Stadlan said \il members of the Parband, Pioneer Women Poale Zion and the entire Labor Zionist movement II Greater Miami have been invil ed in the reception A special musical program will be featured during the reception, Stadlan said. "We are looking forward to a report on the progress of the Greater Miami Medical Center in the Negev sponsored by the Business and Professional Council of Histadrut." Rabbi Kronish, a national leader in llisla Irut, Stale of Israel Bonds, Greater Miami Jewish Fed oration and other vital Israel projects, will discuss the growing importance of Israel's relationships with the newly-emerging democratic nations of Asia and Africa, a project in which llistadrut is plaj ing a major role through its world renowned Afro Vsian Institute Moshe Herman executive directui .-I the Greater Miami Committee, will report nil plans for the forthcoming annual Histadrui conference of South Florida, tentative ly scheduled for late October in Miami Beat h chaplain during World War ll .111 i %  ^ In Ills in the Pacific Theatre Surviving in Israel are his wife, BERNAKO O ULAUHUT l/cla. iviAviv, son, Moshe, ol v 1 A g. Beer Sheba; daughter, Vona, <>i %  "< ... Mrs Mbbj A\.v loll I %  %  • m vr Aui 1 li DAVID MAR' \ ^. MRS. ETHEL BRL '' : 1 from '.. %  %  \ Jack Bernstein Dead at Age 79 MRS. MARY DOMAN vo *.M. J^*^ !" a) I Meridian ve Miami \ "-.,,,„ ,.,, Hen, h died -Vn %  Shi cHif lien 13 year* nu from M kl Mir-i MRS. MiNNi E SIMON a^wa^is 2 i %  „ JAUJ,^ ."ttja &rrd B ?s as? •--<• %  .lack Bernstein, who came here ..,., „ •„ l.nrial In Ml 1>*UU. lo ^tauehiei* hieludjiw Mre 136 years ago from Washington, NeboCcm. %  mdfour grandchildren! SirD.C., died Sept at the age of MRS ROSE EGGLESTON "... Here 111 I'hlcagn with Uordon 79 ,6, ... Ho NM .:•.., as. died lug %  ""•' "" '" A pioneer member of Temple Is "..„ "&, ".-".V,, "* 1." I MORR,s J NASSER rael of Miami. Bernatein before he ^^ fi i '-* .; ', retired, had operated a tailor shop !" v r J ., ,,;.i wa* II ) %  -i ler Suti n Inn 111, n •. Il.-li • • -..II-. ,1,1 II i; >h< iw and Alan \l liii, -iIi i ii. i -. inI Inn Hei nai Si I %  • • re ..I;.... I 1 '" %  rani owner ll>' iva* i member or Temple Aguth Ye*huin Su Ivlng JACK GROPPER Surviving in addition to bis wife Xhi 'araniT-i '' '" %  n ri "' ,; "' are a son and three daughters, inir u ..ki>n : *, on Flagler St for many years. He lived with his wile. Fannie, at 125 SE 12th si He also was a member of B'nai .' %  %  ," u ;j' Ii ,•;.'"' | \\;" i" tit h. the Masons and Elks. i PHILIP BIRNBAUM ol ISSN \i' : I died Vug I I. ,i :i • • %  %  eluding Mrs. George Lister Services were Sept 10 ill the Gordon Funeral Home ELMER O BACON :.,. ..| IHPii \ U HI h ivr., died Si |U 1 I ) i nr* ago fi "in ini'li Mil* in ill., in. .Intnl. Until IWII \\ .i ill ,Ii! Pi .1 I II l"l IWll %  : idlmi Mr* Vivian Rord Service* Wen Si !'l I MRS BETTINA EPSTEIN \l mil Vug :' Shi ami hen i ago it..in Ro*toti s • memln-i ••: I 11 -1 H'rlth and K • i l'i I hills Sui iiw i Ini* I.ii ml, Morrl* Service* inn Am :.' in Kiv %  ...(. Memol I i i Noi inn ml) Nl. MRS. MILL.E MARKOWITZ r, ..I 271 .\ \\ I oath *l ilivd Vtlg S i \, >, oi i, sin \ i\ i i nun I i. waa \l.i• •. da Itthti Mr* 'i .ii l> Mr* i. Ilh %  /.., mid Mi* 'I'll. Uillans! • %  i %  %  %  s %  %  \ i In (j Kunera H 'ini AARON WEINSTEIN • l %  III dUI • dit-d \ ._ : lb i .ear* igo iron ltd and i ,1, mil de\el %  ;• %  I Hi ". %  •• lei V\ rid w %  i ll and .. im mi..i ,.f Temple Judi > n \ .\ Ina ai HERMAN E KOHEN ; %  ..f 2 \. n. ii. HI VVH>, Miami l"• %  -.• I %  i .1 Si ri .' I Ii .mi. h. i. lean .IK" % % %  flevelnnd and wa H ri MRS. ANNA SCHLOSBERG Hied IM.I., ii. VV.I-.I in. mi,, i ,.i ; %  ,,( |js Kuelldave Miami I teach I h. Ma*onli 1..I1:.. Mahl Shrine, iind .o,,i vu 20 She eanie here 11 '•'>> ol lta>hon liolf Chili IU ... tl \..„ y,. Surviving in %  .•!' %  Iteatrlei I., her huaband, Samuel; .• *on, Hvman 1 Mm. In Kolaml 1 is .h. 1, 1 w.i ,• „ dauKhter. Mr* Kva Kauaeher; li-ra, Mr* Man-la Kata and Mr* mi %  u.. grandchildren Service* 11 Leopold 111 grandchll, % %  In \. ,, y,„ 1, wUb Klxeraidi Sen ..wen Sepl I in RlterMemorial l'ha|irl* In .1) • 'i 1 Uton 11I SOLOMON SKOLN.K •iI %  nox .iv. Miami Hi .1. h Ma Hi I'li'd rour'ai ..'-... ufi 1Se1r.1l llni 1 m da iahti kin .v.i. \ ... L'I Ii !< %  • nl.li Mi in I '"' %  ;!' M %  •' %  %  '' x •ri.il 'h;i|..l Sol nuiliili 1-1,1 \V. in.-i.ii ,i hrol hei .1 *i*tei. Mm Ann Sollowni s, 1 .1. were \ Hoi 1 -ii Puneral II.>n ^. MRS MINNIE RABINOWITZ LEONARD GREENHOOD .11 •• No th Baj lie • in.. ear* axo fi om %  ind a* • %  iuri-i Survlvlnie ari inH ii. Man two .iiWll 1 .ind I -:n nl si-'. 1 Mi Marie Sach .,!, 1 1 linil hei Milton Servioi v %  .. in ItaltIi • • %  1 |iM-al .11 MI. Hi!>> Ki\i 1 -1 1. Menioi la I i| • Waal iiglon avi Miami died Aug 13 II. i-anii lien? 1.1 year* ,.'i .In,I .-.|.i Shi came hen aao fn.m i:r....klcn und wa* %  re' \. %  \ .. Sui '"' •' • manufa lun Survli ng Mini-in .1 win, hi \i. \ Kahino"• hi* wife, I..-., threi %  • %  .-. ihrei VI : %  %  1 I. • t Ii '. nevei \ %  ; %  brother, .1 1. I..v... ., .ii.iiiri.!i.i. Service* *vr In .. ,. lh „ survlvin* an two ilehildreii Servlcei nrookl>n nii liM-al ananaement* bj y,., r i j rt |, VIM ,„,) -' Uordon funeral H< 1 Mra Ruth s\-humani two alatera I MRS. ROSE LEV NE .' 1: Ua> llarhoi di .1 .a Vug She eaiiii n • Brooklyn Surviving ii • iwi ISAAC SHULOCK HARRY M SINGER .: -."• SE 123rd ..1 died Ann I 1 liTdtngg Ml I'-' hi Ri 1 I, and threi irrandi hildi • n Sen lce> a •• %  • Vug Philip Zwitman Dead in Israel Philip Zwitman, 74, father of Nathan Zwitman. of Miami. in Tel Avh. Israel Active m the Zionist Organization of Newark, N .1 as far back as 1915. Mr Zwitman settled in Israel In 1932, and worked as t scribe in the Tel \\ i\ Municipal Library and Hall ( Records until his retirement in I MO In 1922, before moving to Israel, he was one ol the leaders instrumental m bringing Rabbi Stephen S, Wise, his lifelong friend, to the historic annual slate membership meeting in Newark which enlisted c 1.000 members at one time \ son, Rabbi Colman A. Zwil man former spiritual leader of Temple Israel of Greater Miami. liicl in 1949 as %  resull of a dis abilit) he received while serving • • IHw Mil -• Miami Reach ,? %  "' -"' N I ; "' •' died \„< 11 ^ R| Memorial Chapel Sor• .. .. x. .%  boxel under Ih. 7, '," '"EDWARD NEUMANN ,, ~ an. of "I X\V 13th in lied Aug. ( ; I.-siai ,V .. : : %  factor) ft 1 t" v fc M f-.c o 1 rr \.! 1 *. f.i.t. HENRY TABACNIC f2lii.illa.vdi \: ni It. ... '1 led Am He came I 1 .iand .' ALEXANDER LEVIN NK %  • -• Si Miani Id ... li rd Sepl He cam. %  her of 1 let h To • hi* Ifi Itlam li hi* wll Kai 11 %  .. -, • i iHUIthter*. Hi .;.,!%  • Levin, and four In Mo %  Nrr\ leea ere Se|H • 1 "hn ADOLPH RIBNER HAROLD L GOLDSTEIN 1' in.,%. Mian Ri Wl nve Ml 111 1 Hi • II here 12 11 1 \ A.,* Htoanoke. Va and a* 111.11 Sun %  I ... \. %  1 ahoe *ton iv.. *on* .1 ilauRhli Mr* '• ill rry 1 iold lb .: I n.mi..ini .1 -%  und atein, ..ini .1 brothel Servlis^* were In sin..greal grandchlll: with River* li Mei Sei %  vi. Sepl s in .: %  %  "li p. I 11 %  li.irt. .1 %  Kuneral Honu EARL C. TATELBAUM MRS TILLIE RUBINSTEIN BW Nh RI Vllg 11 In AI ihi in i 'alll II. um hi %  i v ear* ago fnun Hall nd i •, el-ated .1 :. Ievi*|< • ||,. llreil al factoi VI ler. Mr* %  dn-i w ere In I XV MRS. EVELYN OSTROW %  Vm • %  ... Mm • .' ... 1 ': %  • %  ... BENJAMIN BENZMAN Meridian \' 11 from Sea v ,„,( wa* a re! • •' w ... .-' in ving ii. invvifi .1. nn> i 1 .. s 1 ml Vbi han phti %  • Rooth 1 v u |ng .1 %  %  hredi In On MAURICE COHEN -II SU •..: I ., i.e here 13 yea ago retire, Mna* and loughn II ihop si, I Milan, two %  l i ., dauichte J rtervli • .• vi. %  in; „ M. mortal i'li.i|..-l. n. OR ABRAHAM B. PEMSLE.R fj, ..r I3S4U NW ah ,.| ,||, | Hi %  in. hen I." i n i Ired Arm) da toi II. i. "ii" %  board %  %  tlon 1 • Im.mil Moal %  I .Hi... I ..f III. II-.v l>< Vmei on Hi If ol Hellei ..• II *! 'i" il, •• v. eran • \s ; and u and .i n enih v | II,,, is iiivv i, i--i um .. v in lleyer I anei ALLAN FANE I...' : I., nox iv. VI Vug 11 He i am uto II om i 'l. \. i i nd ii i.i A .i II. w.i. .i men In Klk* Ixidgri Sui '. \!..|i S. r Iii Rlveraidi Memoilal i ,1 FRANK C. JO'W, ..f '-"'.I NK He came hen I'ln. .ii.. and w.i., rel Sui vivlng are In wife. ilauKhtel I wen Vug eral II W.LLIAM MORTON I 'I I 'olllll* |M \ H e i a ii ii \. \ li Mr* l.irl.r. Stein \ .c 12 In Ilh %  i li M viton I.I JACOB STEINBERG :•;. ..' Ii ffei • %  In a \ : ; ': i v. ., i. from M X J retired He waa a niei Miami Ri ... h K S.>utll Sli.'l e I'ltlgel i i • %  Ir %  • '. %  IIKol and Renja %  M %  Viol, n .I hie. hrother* and i V UN l -' In \ II II • HERMAN COLTON %  ;i, ..f :• %  • NK 11 ime hen I'nn ld< IL R.I., and a sal..-,,iai S Ivln li .in (•'. .i -..ii .i laui gi indi Inlili en Sei Id. • with '• %  • il Iti Kuneral II MRS. AUGUSTA F I Venel Shi %  .mi. I • %  • tin Pi \ |. i e n t e i l h rei I %  • \. 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562 Friday, September 14. 1962 tnUtnrrlrUnn i I —.HI lf—lllllllli m il I fmmnwmm,^ 1 SAYINGS OF FATHERS Chapter III— M R. Dosa. the son of Hor\inas. „:.i Morning sleep and middnv wint. and children's tal\. and atlg the houses of assembly of the ignorant, drive a man from the world. • • • Pterlll 20 He used to tay: Everything OH pldg( ami d net u /or all the living. The shop ana t'ie • Sj :i 'i:i K:30 a.m Si: mi HI "Thi %  .. %  %  ,-.-.. ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. R. Yjskc, president. • — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con. servative Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lioaon. Frir]ay a p "i s. tun a> 9 %  < m. Par Mltxvah: William, Bon • %  < Mr. and Mr1tarry i Som] i %  — • — BETH EL. 500 Sw mn ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. da) 6 p.m Saturday 8:311 a m Sermon: "Standing at ;. Crossroad." Bar Mltxvah: livln, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Pi ;i r r II* GEMS OF WISDOM W'hei %  I Ml th< labor of your hands happy •hall you be. — P8AI MS • • Only ih rough labor is onr ar I \UERBACri As • th< •• ti toil /< • oth< •• for mi / must BETH EMETH. 1225C Conservative. Rabbi Cantor Hyman Fein. Friday 8:15 p m Sermon l lot." Saturday -: 13 a.m. NW 2nd ave. Simon April. "Ih. Black RABBI SHELDON STtlNMtTZ terrifying fulfillment BETH ISRAEL. 400C Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. 9&/, i0ie$ ILL, *Jlie **/\ttwt '.. 500 Year-Old Synagogue Found JERUSALEM (JTA) — An iicheological discovery in Israel, inearthed several months ago, nought at first to have been part f a Byzantine structure, has turned out to be the remains of a synagogue dating back to the fifth cenury of the Common Era. Archeologists who had the floor the old structure cleaned, found beautiful mosaics, featuring a sev?n-branch menorah with all its amps lighted. On one side of the nienorah. a shofar had been engravd; on the other side a pan for the burning of incense was shown. The iscovery was made when a bulldozen was excavating a site near Seisan for the erection of a textile mill Urges Jews to Back Aid NEW YORK — (JTA) A lay atholic leader and expert on Contitutional law asserted here this reek that Jews were in error in opposing Federal aid to religious eduation because such education was the best guarantee" against religaiu and racial injustice. William B Ball, executive direca of the Pennsylvania Catholic Welfare Committee, and a constiutional lawyer, also urged Cathoics to remember "there has never wen a history of anti-Semitism" in he United States. He expressed he opinion that Jews oppose public •M to religious schools because; hey fear they would be left alone I n weakened public schools abandoned by Protestants and Catholics "or their own religious schools hollered by such aid. is lewish Issue Injected in Campaign NEW YORK (JTA) Charges liat a Democratic State Assembly andidate has caused the distribuion of "vicious, anti-Semitic leafBU" in front of Catholic churches, an effort to defeat another Demcrat who is Jewish, were made iCre by the Jewish candidate. Both %  ere Democratic candidates in a rimary election. Involved were Hyman J. Greener"., a Jew, and James McGinniss, oth of Queens, a borough of New 'ork City, According to Greenerg, the leaflets, printed in red. fere passed out in front of Cathochurches in Queens, and cli Ctly and by innuendo cast asperns on the Jewish people." U leaflets, said Greenberg. .rr lesigned "to tell the peoplt 1 it's a Jew named Greenl i is running." we fail to live up to the covenant the Lord made with us. For. in (act, the curses have come upon us; thev have pursued and overtaken us. It is interesting to note that the word for "destroyed" is also used in Hebrew for "converted." which brings us to the second''" half of the question: "And the Lord will scatter you among all the nations ." To our misfortune, we have seen the fulfillment of this part of the curse, as well. We have been scattered among all the nations. We are serving strange gods which were unknown to our incestors. We are steeped in materialism. We have been "converted" from spirituality to commercialism. We worship material objects, making money our god. We have been cursed through the "Toch 'achah" to such an extent that our religion has been "destroyed" by being "converted." "And all these curses shall remain on you for a sign and a token ." Here, too, we have seen the fulfillment of the curse, which is due to our failure to obey His Torah. The Jew has been singled out for persecution. He is the scapegoat for all the troubles of all the nations of the world, with the Toch Vchah" coming true in its entirety. What is the remedy to this age-old problem? The answer is obvious, and has been so since our existence. The Torah. As long as we observe the Torah. we will live in peace and contentment. If we fail in our obligation, then will the "Toch Vchah" be maintained. Let us. then, particularly now before the New Year, devote our minds, our hearts and our souls to the study and the observance of the Torah. Let us guard it like the precious treasure it is. Then can we look forward to an area of peace and harmony, for then will "The Lord give strength to His people, the Lord will bless His people with peace." BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. Friday 6:20 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "High Holj Daj Shopping •for Religion.' •; p.m. Bar Mltsvan: Paul, .-"ii of M: and Mrs. Michael nun. Mas. SO I -I\M I < R.VBBA. I rider thi sign of labor we go [into the promised land. HER.ZL. • • • Lai lOtM than an., •:•... GENESIS H.MUi.v • H(i> ... .. but otif u'ord — WODAH /i' u orl; and worship. BERGMAN ; BETH KOOESH. 1101 SW 12th ave. Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday 6:15 p.m. Saturday vtr. a.tn, Sermon: "Is War InevltabU '.' — • — BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. — • — BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. — • — BETH TORAH. 1b4in si. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday 6 p.m. Saturday S:45 a.m. — • — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. Conservative. 8755 SW 1th at., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:43 a.m. Sermon: "An Astonishment, a Proverb, a Byword." Bar Miizvah: Stephen, m of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schneidman. BADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con. servative. Rabbi Harold Richtsr. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Why the Jew I^iiichs." Saturday S:30 a.m Bar MitSVah: Keith, son of Mr. anil Mrs. George Weacourt; Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Fried. Why does the Jewish law prohibit tattooing? The basis of this prohibition is the verse in the Bible (Lev. 19:28) where it is expressly stated that one shall not make any marks upon one's self. The rabbis have interpreted this prohibition as a demonstration of the fact that man is "the image of the Creator" and that an act of tattoo would constitute a multilation of something Holy. Furthermore, both the body and the soul of man belong to the Almighty, and man is responsible to guard both against damage. It also seems clear that tattooing was a form of pagan worship in times of old, and the Israelites were forbidden to copy these pagan customs. Why is it customary to smear the contents of a broken 099 with its shell upon the head of a corpse? In a sense this symbolizes the cycle of life and death inasmuch as the original egg was a living organism and the broken egg interrupted its life's span. FurtherHBBBBBBBBBBl i.I' u.i ..,,'. ., %  'i;i %  11 "TUS This page is prepared in CO I oprration U'lth the Spiritual Lrad' 1 ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin cal Assn. HAFB1 MAX A. LIPSCHITZ Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCFMPP Gems of Wisdom to dress as men? This is openly forbidden in the Bible (Deut. 22:5). The commentaries group this prohibition with many prohibitions that prevent man from erasing the divisions made by nature in the universe. Obviously nature, by Divine Providence, determined that there shall be a difference between the male and the female. When one sex dresses in the clothes of the other, it is regarded as a defiance of the laws of nature and the will of the Almighty Some sources point more, it is claimed that the life of to the fact that dressing the sexes man is only a potential to his actual life after death, as the egg is to the chicken that breaks out of it later. The broken egg symin the garb of their opposite was a tactic used in some early primitive tribes in their magic rites. The Israelites were prohibited bolizes the transition of life from from copying these idolatrous pratthe earthly stage to the heavenly tices. stage. The egg aNo symbolizes man's dreamg and aspirations which are broken at his demist + •* Why is it prohibited for men to dress s women and for women Cl pter III P Id mat. •.. 1 ti c : FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. F'riday 6:30 p.m Saturday s:3l a.m. — • — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Friday 8:13 p.m. Saturday v:i" a.m Sermon: "The Problem of udali i Car Mltsvan: Philip, son of Mrs. TliI lie Kromsky. I MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern: Traditional. — • — i OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 646 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmras. — e — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Baraion: "At the Gates." Saturday :• p.m. Bar Milsvah: Howard, eon of Mr, and Mrs. I 'avid Qre< nintl. • — TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN 108S NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Morris Berger. Friday 8il5 p.m. Sermon: "Experience as a Qulde." Saturday 9 a.m. liar Mitzvah: James, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman RoaenfwM TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. Frldaj j ::, p.m. Sermon: "What is a Rabbi?" — a — TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. I rlda> 8:80 p.m. Development ..t the High Horj Days." — • — TEM.PLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunlland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. rllfr.l Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon "Ben-fJurion Thi Religious Btruntle in Israel." Saturday 10:30 a m. Sermon Book "t i >e;iti ronomy." — e — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Cantor Ernest Steiner. e — TEV.PLE BETH SNO',OiV. 4144 Chast sve. Liberal, FJa^br Leon Krcnish Cantor David Conviser. i"\\in^ -< • \;. e> will include a Liberal Interpretation of traditional lliuh Holy Day prayers and Bangs, by Rabbi Krnolsh and Cantor Convlaer. Saturday 10:43 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Robed son of 1'r. and Mrs. Lewis (.Iluvekauf. Robert, son of Mr, and Mis. Morton \i.... | — • — TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. FVIda ^30 p.m. Sermon: "IIIessinKH and Curses — How Real are They?' Saturday 9:30 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: i-awrence. son of Mr. and Mrs. George Norman. — • — TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler FYiday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "School HeKins—Our Community is Challenged." Itar Mltxvah: David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gllckman. — • — TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th et. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. — • — TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown. Friday S:K> p.m. Installation of Cantor Richard Brown. Saturday 10:30 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Barry, son of Jack W< nsteln. — • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. — • — TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. rnila\ 8:1 %  p.m. Sermon: "We Rededlcati Ourselves." Twelve stained giaaa windows will bl dedicated. Saturday 8:45 a.m Bar Mltsvah: Maurice, -on c.f Mr. and Mrs. Uatnett Joseph. — • — TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. — e — %  T IFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz. Friday S:30 p.m Sermon: "The Business of Religion." Saturday B a.m TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. — • — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Zvi. I'riilay 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "This Day Thou Art Beconu %  Peopli Unto the Lo v Thy God." Saturday V4."> %  m Sermon: "Tin Coming into Your Land." — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: 'Thy OoitiK Out and Coming In." Itas Mitzvah: Coralle, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel s. hirer. Saturday 9:30 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Marvin Bloom. — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday B:15 p.m. Sermon: "Tread Sermon: "Historical r*?"*'^ 0m>i ? h bb H ho: Sisterhood. Saturday i> am. YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. I CANDLEUGHTING T./Mf 15Elul — 6:12 p.m.



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Pag 4-A +.Jmi*t-fkvi(fir*r Friday. September 14. 1%2 "cJfewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEC MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published every Friday since \*T1 by The Jewish Florldlan at 120 N.E. Sixth Street. Miami I, Florida. Second-Class Postage Paid at Miami, Florida. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Assn., American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. T!..I. wish Floridian dots, not f-uarantpe thtKashruth of thiaie separation assured our survival yesterday, Insisten the principle today ma) verj well endanger it. !I(IW •'" "' lhi %  observations relati to the reli tne-schools casi abject 1 hope to examine in the near ful ny for exam] %  ,, Miri am Rubinsteins of tinKing for me. v



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Friday. September 14, 1962 • Jewlst, ftcrkUan Page 13-B As a gift to subscribers. The Jewish Floridian will present free for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or 3as M.tzvah Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You P O Sox 2973, Miami I.Fla one month in advance. Include the name of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony home address and telephone number. The rorsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the occasion. F" Kenneth Bloom Saturday morning services, Sept. :v .it Temple Zion. with Kabbi Alfred Waxman officiating, will inthe Bar Mitzvah of Kenneth Mitchell, ;.on of Mr. and Mrs. Marin Bloom. His grandparents are Mr. and 'Irs. Michael Brandoff and Mr and .. • Herman J. Bloom. Kenneth is a student at West Mi Junior High and plays (rum' in the school hand He will en: the Temple confirmation class. sted in horses, he works at al Gables Riding Academy dush will be hosted by the rant's parents > • Irving Feit Bar Mitzvah of Lrving, son of .md Mrs. Morion Feu. 2311 SWJ th st., will take place Saturday rning, Sept. 15. at Congregation "I El. with Rabbi Solomon iiif officiating. \n eighth grade student at Shenloah Junior High, the celebrant %  nils the congregation's religious -. boo! • • • Maurice Joseph Bar Mitzvah of Maurice Joseph till be observed during Saturday' morning services. Sept. 15. at Temple Ner Tamid, with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz officiating. Son of Mr. and Mrs Harriett Joseph. 8850 Carlyle ave.. the celerant is a student at Nautilus Junior High and the Temple's religious school. iddush in his honor will follow fe ceremony. • Howard Greenberg Rabbi Maurice Klein will officiate 1 %  the Bar Mitzvah of Howard, son! bi Mr and Mrs. David Greenberg. K57 SW 15th st.. W. Miami, on Saturday morning. Sept. 15. at Southes| Jewish Center. An honor student at West Miami lunior High, and in the Center's pebrew school, the celebrant plans take post-Bar Mitzvah studies. Oneg Shabbat on Friday and Kid dush following the ceremony will he hosted by the Bar Mitzvah's parents. • David Gliekman Temple Emanu-El will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of David, son of Mr and Mrs. Leonard Gliekman, on Saturday morning. Sept. 15, with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating. An eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High, the celebrant has been on the conduct honor roll, and plays clarinet in the school band, He also studies Irama ami \nice. A luncheon in his honor will be held at the Algiers hotel following the ~i rvices Barry Weinstein Barry, son of Mr and Mrs Jack W. Weinstein. 1430 Baracoa, Coral Gables, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Sept. 15. at Temple Judea. Rabbi Mordecai I'odet will officiate. An eighth grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High. Barry is active in football and swimming. He will be honored at a reception in the Algiers hotel. • • Corelie Scherer Friday evening service. Sept. 14. at Temple Zion will include the Bas Mitzvah of Coralie Scherer, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. An eighth grade student at Kinloch Park Junior High, Coralie wiJl enter the Temple's confirmation class. The celebrant is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Scherer, and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Rosen and the late Mr. and Mrs. William Scherer. • Paul Common** Bar Mitzvah of Paul Commonas will take place during Mincha services of Beth Jacob Congregation en Saturday. Sept. 15. at 6 p.m. Rabbi Tibor Stern will officiate. Paul is a student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High School, where he Sorry Weinstein David Gliekman Howard Greenberg plays drum in the band. He is also a member of the Optimist foothall team. William Gompers Rabbi Norman Shapiro will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of William Cecil Gompers at Beth David Congregation on Saturday morning, Sept. 15. Son of Mr. and Mrs Harry Gompers. he is an eighth grade student ;d Shenandoah Junior High School. where he plays bass clarinet in the band He is a Boy Scout, a member of the Beth David Cantors' Club, and plans to continue his religious studies at Beth David. In honor of his Bar Mitzvah, William chanted the preliminary Sabbath morning services at Beth David on Sept 1 and 8 He is the grandson of Mrs. Sarah C. Budlow. of the Stephen Foster hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Gompers will entertain in William's honor at 'T Carillon hotel on Saturday evening Reception will be Sunda\ ever-: e Balmoral hotel. Nine Rabbis Are Arrested ALBANY. Ga. — (JTA) — Sirs rabbis were among the 70 religious leaders from cities in the North and Midwest, ho were arrested here last week when they participated in an anti-segregation protest at City Hall. The rabbis, who • %  .ere lodged in the county jail, took part in the demonstration with readings from the Book of Psalms. After the rabbis had been booked, a policeman emerged from the jail wearing a false beard and i skullcap that belonged to one of them, and paraded through the first floor offices of the City Hall. The Jewish spiritual leaders arrested were Rabbi Israel Dresner, of Springfield, N.J.; Rabbi Kurt Flascher. Brooklyn. NY.; Rabbi Everett Gendler. Princeton. N.J.; Rabbi Robert Goldberg, New Haven, Conn; Rabbi Bruce Goldman, Paramus, N.J.; Rabbi Richard :Cael, New Haven, Conn ; Rabbi. Jordan Oseyer, New Haven. Conn.; Rabbi Sanford Shapiro. Brid^ep irt, Conn.; and Rabbi Lloy 1 baum. Hunl noi L.l LfTTER TO THE EDITORAid Must Require Peaceful Intent WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TC RARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Cono*rtsl WKAT-FM t EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Watching the actions of the State Department in Washington, one justifiably ask if there is any responsibility to its actions, and if it has any established policies toward nations or countries. It is wellknewn that, lately. Kennedy urgently asked the State Department to advise him on the official policy toward a certain South American country, and the policy-makers weren't able to advise the President of an existing policy because I they simply didn't have any. PerI haps their policy is not to have I any policy at all. Nevertheless, when the question of the Jews or Israel comes up. there are explicit and well-formuj lated positions taken and policies 1 manifested. Recently, when a rej quest came to the State Department for its intervention in behalf of improving the situation of Russ-' ian Jewry, and to protest against 1 the open anti-Semitism practiced there, the Department was quick to reject any move for this cause, claiming it didn't want to jeopardize the relationship between Russia and the United States. The Department had merely been asked to call the attention of the Russian Government to the Human Rights Convention adopted by the United Nations, which should also have been applied to the Jewish people. However, it did nothing, in Order not to aggravate Khrushchev by mentioning the plight of the Jewish people. It was taken for granted that Russian Jewry should be sacrificed so that Khushchev would not be bothered by such a protest. But this week, a significant thing occurred which can have great impact on political and military developments in the Middle Bast, and especially Israel. In accordance with a reliable report in Time Magazine, the Syrians have charged that Egypt toned down its antiIsrael campaign in order to keep some $251) million annual aid com ing from the United States. The U.S. State Department flatly dej nied that it had imposed any such restrictions or conditions to this! aid. This is an open invitation to! the Arab countries to invade Israel, j because the U.S. Government felt j it important to emphasize that it] was uninterested in stipulating such a horrendous condition for the aid given to Egypt, which incidentally is paid in part by the Jewish taxpayers of the United States There is a certain similarity bei tween this action and the statement made by a former US. Ambassador to London before World War II to the German Government, to the effect that the United States was not interested in the fate of German Jewry, and by this statement practically encouraged the Nazis to proceed with the program of extermination of the European Jews. The "green light" given to these] Arab countries by this latest decla> ration of the State Department cannot be ignored. It must therej fore be asked why the United States Government is willing to sacrifice the only democratic country in the Middle East, namely Israel, to Arab countries which have prove.', time and again, that they are enemies of the United States, and at the first opportunity, are ready to turn and have turned to Russia. It is long past due for the State Department to take a definite stand by stipulating that any aid contributed by this country should be subject to conditions which require the beneficiaries to carry on a policy of peaceful co-existence with their neighbors, Israel included. MAURICE GOLDR1NG Miami Beach vOGUST BROS R> t ,X Is thv BEST' 2 I] Individual Memorial Services STAR OF DAVID MEMORIAL PARK 10 A.M. to 12 NOON % Sunday, September 23rd Sunday, October 7th Rabbi Murray A. Alstet will be present in the Park to hold Individual Memorial Services for Mourners Temple Memorial Services STAR OF DAVID MEMORIAL PARK Sunday, October 7th FOR THE FOLLOWING CONGREGATIONS TEMPLE JUDEA Rabbi Mordecai Podet, 10 A.M. TEMPLE ZION Rabbi Alfred Waxman, 10:30 A.M. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH Rabbi Morris Skop, 1 P.M. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM Rabbi Samuel Machtei, 2 P.M. LOCATION OF PARK: 5900 S.W. 77th AVENUE -.'•



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Page 10-A •• Jbwiift fk-ridknr Fridoy. September 14. 1952 More than 500 Jewish leaders from the United States and Canada will take part in the national planning conference ior Israel Bonds at the Shoreham hotel in Wasrington, D.C.. en Sept. 21 to 23. Outstanding personalities who will address the conference include top row (left to right) Levi Eshkol, Minister of Finance of the State of Israel; Dr. David Horowitz, Governor of the Bank of Israel; and Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chcirman of the board of governors of the Israel Bond drive. Ecttom row (left to right) are Abraham Feinberg, president; Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president; and Samuel Rothberg, .national campaign chairman of the State of Israel Bond Organization. Washington Confab to Usher in Turning Point for Israel Bond Campaign in U.S. By Special Report I irsl official announcement of th( >tart of redemption of Israel ads scheduled for next May will I ( made at the national planning < inference of the Israel Bond Organization in Washington. D.C., for tl.< three-day period beginning Frii 5 Sept 21. according to Dr. Jos1 ; .1 Schwartz, vice president. Finance Minister Levi Eshkol is C( ming to the United States for the purpose of outlining the program oJ redemption to the Washington conference. He will also report on the country's increased developr 1 nt needs arising from the con1 • led mass influx of immigrants and the necessitj of reclaiming and si ttling large stretches of the ;%• gi -. leseii More than 500 Jewish leaders from the United States and Canada will assemble at the Shoreham hotel to usher in the fa'l crive of the 1962 campaign to sell 56 6 500,000 in Israel Bonds and to ciseuss the plans for the recemption of the first Israel Independence Savings Bonds, which ••ill be repaid in full with accrued interest, in accordance with the original terms of the Bonds. "We believe that the approach ing start of the redemption of Is rael Bonds will be hailed by all friends of Israel as a truly inspiring landmark in Israel's economiccoming of age.' Dr. Schwartz declared. "While this occasion warrants a feeling of pride in Israel's accomplishments on the road to economic independence, we must neither overlook nor minimize the tremendous development tasks that still confront the people of Israel in the fulfillment or their commitments to many thousands of new immigrants." Among other speakers at the Washington conference will be Dr. David Horowitz. Governor of the Bank of Israel; Dr. Yeshaiahu Foerder. chairman of the Bank Leumi le-Israel. Israel's largest banking institution; Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of the hoard of governors of the Israel Bond Organization; Abraham Feinberg. president; Samuel Rothberg. national campaign chairman; and Ir Schu artz. FURNISHERS & INSTALLERS Inlaid Linoleum — Asphalt Tile Rubber Tile "EVERY INSTALLATION GUARANTEED -Pfione for Free Estimates 2465 N.W. 76th STREET OX 6-3202 BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARS Experts on Starter and Generator Repairs BATTERIES — GENERATSRS — STARTERS III-VOLT ItATTMtY IX. SALES & SERVICE at Home or On the Road 1850 N.W. 7th Avenue FR 9-3451 8345 S. Dixie Highway MO 1-5357 "Prompt Day and Night Service" M<-ro sr>B rael h„ n onomic deM lopment I Israel Bond>. Fine. 1951. when the ,..,,• %  port of Ashdod must he rushed :o completion and -per ,; m ,. Iasig must in ; th ., oi new development town? areas in the I least 60 | of th iiux of in : .'.nt-. ••|'i r • these iks | Bonds .u • • lispens %  ., of the i .. tal '• ALL NIGHT EVERY NIGHT BEGINNING SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th 1 A. M. 'til 6 A. M. WAME-1260y.aR.iM SPONSORED BY Old Florida Rum cc A.\'D OTHER NICE PEOPLE JOIN IN! Ur -033' F.nterta nent •



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Friday. September 14, 1982 • 'JenisiifhrktbtJ Page 9-B yEMPLE Adath Yeshurun held a %  mcm'-ership party an.1 fash ion show last Wednesday night. Couturiei original suits and coats bj I'icru D'Alby of Paris were shown, .-.were furs from the V Irian Thai collection. Members .if the Sisterhood modeled, and the fashion show w:is coordinated !•> your columnist Mrs ( harles Cook and Mrs [ra Le\m were co-chairmen of ie social function. Mrs. Cook u ue a misty blue silk organza ith an open cut-work lace bodice which hi.l a bateau neckline in fr nt ait: dropped to a decollete ack. Her sleeves were rter-length, and her ^kirt was a full bouffant Mrs Levin's ensemble was a one-piece iss with a black and white I jacket that matched the I ibric in her skirt Her bodice ..as white, and had a square cut %  %  > klinc banded in black. A hurt colored knit was the choice o! Mrs. Al Ennis. fcatur ing a two-piece creation with the sleevelets overblouse bodice, handed in white, and with a modniod ascot tie at the neck. Mrs. Robert Barg wore a black silk sheath, featuring unusual back details with a triple keyhole effect. Black was also the choice of Mrs. Alan Margolis. The black shantung sheath was sleeveless and with a high rounded neckline into which she tucked a shock irr.: pink silk chiffon scarf. • • M RS. Morton Kester chose a royal blue belted shift, with three-quarter-length sleeves. A white silk sheath was worn by Miss Paula Plot kin. Bands of red an.black were appliqued in i bottict pattern across her bodice, and a black silk sash was orn at the waist. Moygashel linen in black was the choice of Mrs Stanley Golden molded in the classic sleeveless sheath. A raw silk ensemble was selected by Mrs. Norton Fox. Bonecolored, her sheath dress featured a surplice bodice trimmed with bone-colored buttons. Her matching jacket had a wide selfbelt appliqued just below the natural waistline, and ended in a touch of fringe Mrs. Martin Pollak also chose a matching sheath and jacket in scarlet-colored moygashel linen with a square neckline. Wide shoulder straps were fastened with self-fabric covered buttons. The fitted jacket ended at the waist, and was lined with matching colored silk. Mrs. George Greenberg combined the ever-popular black and white. Her low, scooped neck dress featured a miniature hallfringe trim on tiers of white lace Black crepe was worn by Mrs Mark Roth. Her sheath skirt had a wide insert of black iridescent sequins at the waist, and her bodice was cut into a modified capelette which gave an overblouse effect. • A two-piece ensemble combin** ing black silk crepe and faille was worn by Mrs. Hal Berkowitz. Her sheath skirt was topped with costume jacket featuring a silk faille semi-portrait collar which plunged to a decollete V front neckline. The faille was repeated in her flared peplum. and her long sleeves had small zippers which helped create a tight fit at the wrists Mrs. Martin Beloff's choice for the evening was a turquoise silk organza. A slashed bateau neckline on her fitted bodice ended in a modified bell silhouette skirt. Geiserman, Roth Exchange Vows Dr. Irving Lehrman performed the evening ceremony uniting Arj lene Roth and Robert Matthew I Geiserman on Sunday, Sept. 9, at Westbrooke Country Club, where a reception and dinner followed the nuptials. Now on a honeymoon in Jamaica, the young couple will live at 3084 SW 27th ave on their return. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Andrew Roth, 520 NW 401 h ct.. the bride was attended by Mrs. Linda Roth, matron of honor, and Barbara Binder and Sandy Schwartz The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Bernard Geiserman. 7:t20 SW 65th ave. Serving as his i best man was Gary Geiserman, ai.d ushers included Robert Roth, Warren Binder. Bob Kanzer. Jeff Kurland. Howard Galbut and Stanley Schwartz. The new Mrs. Geiserman is a graduate of Miami Senior High and Dade Junior College, and attended the University of Miami. Her husband also graduated from Miami Senior High, and has a BBA degree in accounting from the University of Miami Samuel Bensons At Reception The Doral Country Club was the site of the wedding and reception of Rachelle Meschaan and Samuel Benson on Wednesday, Sept. 5 Rabbi Morris A. Skop performed the evening ceremony. Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ralph Meschaan. 1510 NE 161st St., the bride is a junior at the University of Miami. Serving rs her maid of honor was Sandi Freedman. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Benson. 9449 Abbott ave. A graduate of the L r niversity of Miami, he is now attending the university's law school Morris Kirsh was his best man. After a honeymoon trip* to New England, the newlyweds will live in Coral Gables. Telephone Class At Mt. Sinai Ml. Sinai Hospital, with the •sistanc* of Southern Bell Telene Coi pany, will conduct speclial classes on "'telephone manners" Sepl 13. 14. and 18 for all members of the hospital family who answer tbi telephones I ruler direction of Marvin BosItin, associate director, and Mrs [Sylvia Papier, director of public IJ lations special films will be pre%  nted, al ng with lectures to cxll'lain certain porcedures and ob 1 etive> : the program. Purpose of the telephone classes to educate the hospital family %  that the) can better serve the •mmunit) and patients at Uie hosll'ital The sound of a well-groomed peice or the other end of the line [(HI gi\( immeasurable peace-ofIi.imet to the concerned individual Iwho calls to inquire about the I health oi a friend or member of [hi* family," Mrs. Papier and Bos[• %  '' explained. Blumenthals Tell Deborah's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Milton Blumenthal, of 7935 SW 22nd st., announce the engagement of their daughter, Deborah Raye, to Sanford Irwin Nather, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Nather. 17621 NE 2nd ct.. No. Miami Beach. The wedding will be in December. SIS WILLENS Cordially invites yon to see DECOR IN PAPER FINE PERSONALIZED STATIONERY & INVITATIONS for every occasion R.S.V.P. PL 9-3975 any time MR. AND MRS. MAX RASKIN Raskins Will Be Feted Friday Mr. and Mrs. Max Raskin. 301 187th st.. Miami Beach, will be honored on their 50th wedding anniversary at an Oneg Shabbat following services at Temple Ner Tamid this Friday evening. Hosts will be their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ken i neth Raskin, of 13940 NE 10th ave./ No. Miami. Will Share My Lovely One-Family Home in the SW section, with couple or 2 ladies. Twin beds, air conditioner, heater, kitchen privileges, large yard, outside porch. Call 444-3947. One Block to Temple Zion 3-Bedrms, 2-Buths, Fla. 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These bulbs are the descendants of the blooms which flourishe 1 throughout Israel and the Middle* East when Israel was truly tha cradle of western civilization. The bulbs can be planted irv doors, from September to Oe. cember, Ihree bulbs in a 6 to 8-in. pot in light, rich potting soil. They should be placed in a bright J but cool spot and watered liberally two to three times a week. '. If planting is delayed, the compartment of a refrigerator ini their original container, filled with shredded paper or excelsior. For planting outdoors, the bulb* should be kept dry in the refrigerator until the middle of Novem1 rr. then planted 6 inches dee.j. an:l 8 inches apart in a slightlyshaded spot in the garden. Here to inaugurate the shipment of the Israel bulbs was Zvi Gasit, Lithuanian-born Israeli horticulturist, who is chief horticulturist at Gevlm Bulb Nurseries, a kibbuts north of the Gaza Strip. Gasit dil graduate work at the University off Florida in 1941 and 1946. where he concentrated on the study aC bulb-growing. One of the most beautiful of the bulbs to be sent here is the Star of Bethlehem, originally discoverer! growing on the "Wailing Wall" iti Jerusalem, now in Arab hands. "Today, some 2,000.000 of these bulbs are planted in the once deserted and dry Negev desert, whicti stands as a symbol of the progress of the State of Israel." Gasit said. ieatre WIME* F 4 mm* 1C1DIMY 1WUBS 1 Jaste of Honey a /7 .Sun4e/ /* SOUTH MlR/VU TERRY-THOMAS 7^ oVvW 0 %JU. inrauu^t*^ theatre ffS^^i Open 1.43 T^H^^pfltRSElltlg^rf^.'^l ...but FOR KEEPS I Now your family can have a lifetime hold on their home with Living Insurance by Equitable. An Equitable Mortgage Repayment Plan pays off the mortgage if you die—prevents forced sale, loss of equity, rental to strangers. Most important, it means a continuing life for your family In a home of their own. 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Page 12-A +Je*lstFhr*f#*r Friday. September 14, Ben Juffe and his children, Mrs. Son a Mi lei and M Marcia Levitt, will present a Tora!-. to Be:'ngregation in memory of their mother, the late Mrs. '. monies Sunday afternoon. Youth Director At Beth David Lewis Sternshein, president of Beth David Congregation, this week announced the appointment of Irwin Weintraub as director of the congregation's youth program. Weintraub will serve as advisor to the I'SY program and initiate an activities program for the 9-to-12 year-( Ids. A native of New York City, Weintraub received his Bachelor's degree in psychology from City Col' lege of New York and a Master's CARIBBEAN MARBLE COMPANY EXCLUSIVE DEALERSHIP FOR STAR GRANITE We specialize in building Jewish Monuments Our work is Guaranteed. Affiliated with the nationally known CLARK MEMORIALS CARIBBEAN MARBLE CO., INC. 7232 SW 42nd Street MO 1-4055 m degree in education from Teachers College of Columbia University. 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Friday. September 14, 1962 -Jenist Fkricfiar? Poge 15-B LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTILL UnUtn FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -,, .TIi E is HEREBY GIVEN thai un lei signed, desiring lu engage in under '" UOIIK mi m< 1if .LECTION BURBAP OF FLORtil i ;:i alda Ai enue, '• ral i. -. Floi lila Intends i<> I-IS > : ..l name with the Clerk "f the ClrIII ol : '.!•' %  i' ."in K|.| i H \IH l-IT %  •'• FIA 'Itll'A. IN'i V It; K Mi I v ii. I Hal lllei (a88l -• %  • %  > i m I ..i ctirp.l Soli • i w ii) r iHN :l AhL, JR • %  !• IP|I I.., Ill n-il I el II Pon I P.ldv. :• I4-21-2S, 10/." NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai tl i-tsigned, %  .-iiito %  11j.;i.^. in 11, isin. *s i II i. i the fictitious name of R \ Ml at 17420 8.W. I 18th I'la. i ml. nilto : • %  '-'' I mid name with the Clerk of the Clrcult Court ..f I lade i 'ounl y, Hoi WAI TER i Roi I.I: WALTERS. MOORE COSTANZG H) Arthur l • l • kleman Attorney* fot Walter J Royle 9,7-1 1-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY I1IVKN that un.ieiHlt.neil, oeaiilng to engagi in t -in--un i. r the 11... ii innname •>! \t: lilt it I'AMDKN in R340 N.E 2nd .Well lie, Miami > ml.ni.to registel -,;,i II. in., with the Clerk of the Clr%  Court -.1 i un.County, Piorlda. MBLVIN WEISS •, 14.21 -2S '.. IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 52028-C (Clark) KK ESTATE OF IRVING PRANK, formerls known .is isldor Frank I '. ..IM .1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL D.SCHARGE NOTICE I* hereby given thai l have I.I.-.I ni\final report and petlr Final Discharge as Executrix • ill. estate of IRVINO PRANK de....-.-.I: and thai on tinBth da) ..f ( % %  toiler, 1862, will apply to the HonHide tSeorge 'I'. Clark Count) Judge • Dadi County. Florida, f.>r approv-tl I.I -,n.i final report ami for final dieliarge as Executrix of ih.Estate "I \.; PR \NK. .1. ceased This 19th da) ol April, 1981 BETTY PRANK, Executrix H VROI [> SHAPIRO %  m \ f..| ExeCUtl Ix •i 7-1 I %  %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56762-B S ItE Estati of Xi 'All II STAGE, I'....,.-. ,| NOTICE TO CREO TORS T.. Al Creditors and Ml Pi rsns II.n nn Claims or Demands Against Said %  You ire hereb) notified and rered i" present an) .1 Ims and demands which you may have again*! tin istate ..f NOAH H. STAGE need i..i. of I lade i 'ounty, Plot da, :. the County Judges ••! Had. County, .ii.l file the same in their offices in lh< Count) Courthouse in Han. County, Fiorina, within six calendar Hunt ha from th.date of the .list fubllcatlon hereof, or ttsame will i. barred. llt.MA M STAGE, Administratrix .-i the estati of XOAH H. STAGS, deceased. %  Law Offices ..f LEONARD II WOLF*. At tome) for the Administratrix By: l*-wls 1-'. Cohen (or tinFirm 1130 S W. First St.. Suite 107 Miami 36, Ha.—PR I-C381 9/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOTU'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that ih. undersigned, desiring i<' engage in huslm-ss under the flctltloua name of KEY PERSONNEL al l910North East 163 si. North Miami Beach mi. mis -:. r -an 1 name lili the 'lerk ..l Hi.Cireull Court of Hade County, Florida TERESA •:< o i.i.i: .N. Role mi •i 7 11 %  :•; -L's NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR D/DE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 9602 ELIZABETH JOHNSON. Plaintiff, vs. CHARLES JOHNBON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl >: CHARLES JOHNS" IN i. t-' l.. Johnson 123 Cedar Valley It..ad Bristol, Tennessee Y..ii. CHARLES JOHNSON, are hen b) notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce lias been filed agalnsl you, and you are required to serve a copy f your Answer or Pleading to the Bill "f Complaint on ih.Plaintiff's attorney, Eugene .1. Weiss, 107 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, Florida and file the original Answei or Pleading in the office of Hi. Clerk "i iloCircuit Court on or liefore the 8th da) "f October, 1962 II you fail i.. .1.. .-.. Judgment b> default will I" taken against you for the relief demanded In the Rill of Comidainl Tins notice shall I... published one each week for f.uir consecutive ....kin THK JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN HONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, ibis".th dn) "I September, A I i 1962. i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida I sea II By: I. 8NEEDEN l i.-pntv Cl rk El'GENEJ WEISS 107 Lincoln Road Miami Bi ach, Florida Attorne) for Plaintiff : %  7-14-31-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai ilo undersigned, desiring to engage in liusini sundei f ctltloua name of KI'RT Ml 'Ti IRS ai 840] X W Till \\\i said n.in... with the Clerk ..f the Circuit 1 '..mi ..: I m i Florida, K RT LENKWA Y 24-31, 9 T-ll NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA-20F69 XOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Hi n Boskln holdi r of City ..f Hlaleah Tax Sale Certificate No, 106 Issued the 23d da) ..f May, A.D I960, has filed same In m) office, and has mad. application fo a i IN di ed i" hi Issued 1 1 ii Said Certificate embi the following described propert) In 'in i' .un -. ..i I lade, State ..I Plot to-wll: Lot :'. Block 17. s.-min..la City, Sec #2 I'i.iBook I'.i-. 134, Section 12, Township i3 South, Rang. 10 East, in the t It) .a ll .. ..Ii. < 'mint) ..f l M.I. Slat...f Florida Th.assessment of said taropert) under ih*said certificate was in the name "f: Archie Johnson Unless said certificate shall be re%  deemed according to law. the propert) described herein will I. %  sold : % %  the highest bidder al the Court llous. door "ii i he first Monday in the month of Ocl iber, 196!, which is the 1st day of i Ictober, 1962. Dated this 22nd day ..f August, 1962. K. I! LEATIIEIiMAN, Clerk ..f circuit Court, Hade County, Piorlda (81 a I i B) : It M LEEPER, 11. put) Clerk 8 24-81, :• 7-H thai T IN :•! i. if IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. 'LOR. DA IN PROBATE No. &6S91-B IN RE: Estate of ROBERT C. SCHWARTZ, I... eased. NOTICE TO CRED TORS To All Creditors and All Persona H..\Claims or I'.-ioanus Asalnst Said %  :-• ti > %  u are h. reb) n.itifi-il and renulred i. present an) claims and demands which you ma) Imv.. against Ihi estate of ROBERT C. SCHWARTZ • %  • .-..I late id Dade Counti P*6ri :., I., ih*County Judges of Had...ml file the same in th.il in t he ..nn.y n housi in H .1.County, Piorlda, within si\ ,.i i ndai in..:.ihs from the date .>f the Hist publication hereof, or the same %  l>HI .1 ZI:I.I >A si iiu AI: iv. s. II, CRAMER M V MKRMELL • %  %  n. \ VV riiii .i Vvenue i .1 Ida -E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOHIDA IN CHANCERY No. 62C 9B09 \ %  'II IiCDERAI. S \\ INC.S N ASS, n 'IATII IN HI ...n. .1 • %  \ I. Mi i.\l >. known now %  in OPHELIA SMITH, a in, i al %  • nd.mis NOTICE OF SUIT %  is P1IHR SCHOENTHAL %  VKE HKRKBi NoTlr IED th ll been filed in the above-si) led %  • %  losi thai i .i tain ntori Klven Ii) Ii I. K N N WILLIAM JH and VIDA SKILLMAN l is wife to MIAMI BEACH IA I. SAVINGS AND l.i'AN IATH N dated I (ctobi r :'. 1936, %  i '.i ber i. 1956 under i "lerk's N I' II 19113 ..I the Public Recited! County, Florida, agalnsl low Ing den i Ibi .1 propert) I> •""' I" IMC in Had. Count) Ilol %  || Block II, CUTLER RIDGE, %  • I'lo.N THREE rdlng to the Ijat thereof, recorded in Plal Book Ige 83 of the Publli Records Hade '..nniy. Florida and ven. ti.in blinds are required to serve cop) ol I your answer or pleading on the Plaint,., HI. i n \s, MEYER, WELSH, '• "B>> & ROSE, 107 l.in.-..lii Road, Reach, Piorlda snd rib •'.. answer In the offi f the h ?l the Circuit Court, on or bi 'he 16th .lay ,,r October, I96J, '"is. the allegations ol said Com' %  "" iU be taken AS CIMlfcS.-. tl ,. ; 1 T i-" ii Miami, Dade County, [ Ihls nth day of Septembi r, '•' B r.i: VTHERMAN, Clerk %  By l, SNEEDEN, i 'eputy Clerk 1/14-21-88, in ;. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C-8930 CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS AND l.i'AN ASSOCIATION OK H1ALEAU, a corporation organised under the laws of the United Stales. Plaintiff. vs. lELVIN P. JOYCE, JR., and DIANA K JOYCE, his wile, an | incomiMdent, 1 •%  %  i. :., .' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ELV1N P. JOYCE, JR. c/o Peggy Joyce :'7 llaroy Street Hi. ehold. NewJersey rOU, Kl.VIN P. JOYCE. JR., are hereby notified that a Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage and for other • %  luitable relief agajnsl the following described property, to-wlt; l.ot :•:'. Block 17. CAR.'I. CITS GARDENS, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Hook 65, Page 181, of the Public Records of Had. County, Florida, has beep filed agalnsl you and you are required t" serve a copy of yout answei or other pleading to said Complaint on the Plaintiff's an.nn.y, DANIEL SEPLER, 100 Hlaleah Drive, Hlaleah, Florida, and file the original answer or other pleading In the office ..i the Clerk of the Circuit Coutl on i i,. for. ih. th d < % %  of I Ictober, 1962. II you fall '" .1" s... Judgment b) default "ill I"taken agalnsl you fot relief .l.in.. ii i. 'I in said i "omI,i port lose Mm tgage and for ..id. i ,|ini ible relief This ,, shall be puhlishi d h w. • I. for i 11 ..us. .ii i\ %  ei ks in the Jew ih Plot Hated this Ith d I) %  •: S< ptember, %  %  i: II LEATHERMAN, Clerk, i 'ii. mi Court, I 'ade I 'ounl i ...ni Hi C P Ol 'PKI.ANI'. Deputy clerk DANIEL SEPLER. \ for Plaintiff %  ill., ah l'i iv.i ih, Hoi Ida I'h Tl" 1/ 7 -11 21 ".'8 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO Al.l. TO WHOM THESE PRKSIINTs SHALL COME. GREETINGS w her. .-. FRED R. BAISDEN, MlWll BEACH, PMIRIDA; LILLIAN I. RAWLINS, MIAMI BEACH, Kl.olt!l'.\ DEU 'RES MacNUTT, Ml VM1 REACH, FLORIDA did "ii the ith da) "i Man h, .\ l' 1916, cause ibe ii. nrpotiited under the laws ..i the State of Florida BAY LANDS, INC II corporation, with its principal place ,,( business al MIAMI BEACH, D VDE COUNTY, HI the State of Florida, and whereas such corporation did on the uli da) ..f September, A 1 1 196 cause i filed In the offl f the .-.. i. iai> ..i sia i the State ol Florida, the dn.-um.niai > a tthorlt) i. quiri .1 iiinl' r Sei tmn 608 .'7. Ploi Ida Statutes, showing the dissolution "i h .. .i pi rH Dull Now, therefore, the Secretary -< State does hereb) certif) i" the fore-..iiu: ami thai he is satisfied thai the requirements of the law have been compiled with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, l havi hereunto set m> hand mu\ have affixed th. Great Seal of the State ,,r hi..i ida a i Tallahassee, the Capital, this the i-ii'TH day of SEPTEMBER, A D. 1962. (seal) TOM ADAMS, Secretary of siai.* 9/14/62 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA-20854 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ren Boskln, holder of Count) Sale Certificate numbered 836, 2318 and :':"'.i Issued the 1st da) : June, A H. I960, has filed same In my office, and has made application fot a tax deed to be Issued thereon Said certificates embrace Ihe following described property, in the Count) %  d Had... State ..i Florida to-wlt: l..it :. Block l. Blitans Add t.. i '.ins Hlai Book 19 Pagi 1 in the County >.f Had.-. Si,ii,of Florida, as > %  %  bi... ed in "ei tiflcate No. 836 Th.assessment ol said property under the said certificate Issued was In the nan f Nathaniel Cut)*. Lol 14 Block 1~ Fulford By The Sea see n. Plal Ho..k 8 Page ".7 in the County m Had... state of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. '.-l I Th.assessmi in ol said property under the said certificate Issued was In the name ,f .1. I. LawVer. E 26.83 Ft of S 25 Ft Lol A W 18.16 Ft ..f s -.v. Ft of Lol 7 P.Ik S & I ..; :I6 Hlk 1. Hit 18-27, (Minda Villas., Pint Ho..k r> Pace 95 In the County nf Dade, State "i Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. 2818 The assessment of .said property under the said certificate issued was In the name of Harr) H. Hammock. W IB.l Ft Lol 15 A: All Lot 17 Flai;ler Park., Plat Hook 4 Pane 89 In the County of Hade. State of Flmida. as embraced m Certificate No. 2964. The assessment ..f said property under the said Certificate Issued was in the name of William H. Smith. Unless said .-ertlflcates shall be redeemed according to law. the property described herein will bi sold to ihe highest bidder al the Court House door on ihe first Mnnda) in the month Of October, 1962. which is the 1st day of October. 1962. Dated this 22nd day of August, 1962. E. B. LBATHERM-N. Clerk ..f i n cull C .;ir 1 'a le Colin > Hoi i la (seal) B) R. M LEEPER, Deputy Clerk 24-81. 9/7-14 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA-Z0798 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Ben Boskln holder of City of Miami l.i.ii Sail Certificate No. ho Issued the 6th day .if ,lni,. A.li I960, has tiled same iii my office, and has made app Icatlon for a tax di .-.I t.. be issued iii. i. on Said i'. mi., at, em1 ;• % %  • the follow ing dead il.,.i pi op ert) in th.. County "f Hade, State of Plot ida, to-wlt: I...I 7 Block : Railroad Shops InterSchool Tract Plat Book 8 Page 192 in the fit; of Miami. County of Dade, State ..f Florida Th.as.-, -sm. ni of said property iind.-r the said certificate was in the name ..r Elisabeth s Holllngsworth. L'nli -i i I.I: ni. ai.shall I., redeemed according lo law, the propert) .les, 1 III, ,| ll. in „ j'| he SOld tO the highest bidder al th. Court Hous. dooi i. II the flrsi Mondai in the month of October, 1962, which is the Isl day ..| i Ictober, |162 Dati i i iiis. 22n i da) of August, 1902 B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit '..nil. I •..:i ..in i |, ,ia '••"-al) By: H. M LEEPER, I leput) i "Ii rl< 8 24-31 !• 7-n IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56560A IN RE: Estate "i I AY FREEMAN, I '.-.ease.! NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persont Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estati You ar. hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate 'of I AY FREEMAN deceased late nf l-ade County, Piorlda '.. the i "ount) Judges DI Had. County and HI. the sain.in their offices In the County Courthouse in Hade Counts Florida, Ithln six i alendar months from the date ..f the first implication hereof, ..i the tm ill be ha II.. I l.i'lis FREEMAN MAC MERMBLL Ai torney 1900 S W Third Avenue Miami 36, Florida 24-31,9 7-11 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER F CT TIOUS NAME LAW Ml K %  HEREBY GIVEN that thiiml. ,! %  ing to engage In i. ,-, inder the flctltlou : RAE DAVID at loth SI lli.ii. II I I'.. mi. ii. Ito reglsti ii.. i... with • in' I. rk of thi .' n Court nl l ade < 'ounl). Plot Ida, IIV I.EVINE MAX i;. II.I .1 ARH Attorne) for llv I.. \ in. I NOTICE UNDtR FICT, TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring lo m:..-. |n iiiisin.sunder ihfictitious name of SHENKMAN INSPRANCE AGENCY II 9140 s W 53rd Street, Ml iml, Florida Intends to register said namt with Hi. • "ii rk ..i the i 'in mi i' iurt of i iad. i ',..nii\. pi irlda GBR \l.l> SHENKMAN Sole i IVi mr K KSSLER .v GAR! Attorni • for Applicant 1998 s W 1st Strei 81, 9/71-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, d-Mlrlng K. engage in business under the fictitious name of GRANDPA'S TRADING POST at 26750 South Federal Highway, Naranja, Florida Intends in register said name, with th. Clerk of the Circuit Court %  if I 'ade County, Florida. LOR-NANE, INC (a Florida *p.) Sole i iwnei l DAVID LIEBMAN Attorney for Applicant v 24-81, :• 7-14 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C-7584 EDITH CANT' >R. Plaintiff. vs. GERTRl'DE PALM ER and IIARol.D CANTOR as individuals and as Ex, itors ami Trustees of the Estate of William E Cantor, deceased, and MARGARET I.EVINi !TI IN, Ii.'. I., i.i. NOTICE OF SUIT i iKRTRI'DE PALMER i >ll I %  : 1st li4th Strei I New York City. New York HAROLD CANT" HI 16 East I tl %  %  %  Sa vannah :• orgis MARGARET LKVINC.Tl IN i -i. .%  %  il Ii Shol • Dili • %  Miami It. in h. Florida V.iC ARE HEREB". Nl "TIFIED th il a suit ha.i.e. II liroughl .. Ii) EDITH t'ANTOR, Plaintil Quiet Title to I ha t eel mori pni i li-ulii 11 desci Ibcil as Com mi n. ing al the int. is. ction ..f ih. So ith %  Ii of Bust Mow r) Str. i I and i lie East side -i > Ai nue, I lomestead, I' ide l Floi Ida, ..s i In point ul i hi ... Soul along the said East line ..r Soul h l\ i .IHI.. a dlslan i Hat I angle K is' dlstani • nf fi. 62 f.-. I thence Northeasterl) along the West Right-of-wa) line of the main tract of the Florida East Coast ,.,> a distance ..f 128 '.: 11 a point on the South sidi of East Mov r) Stn -i thence West along the said South side "f East Mi i ( Sir. .1 a d lane. ,,f I |s ... fl I,, the point "I beginning nf the land ll.lelll.ll" .\ %  ileSl'I ill."ll. Above lying and being in NW, of N\V i i in' SW l I of Section IK, ,, South, 19 East, situate in the i it) ..r Homestead, Count) "i I >adi State of ..mi for othei relief, and you are required to file your Answer lo said Complaint with the Clerk % %  ( ihe ftbovi -nl.d Court, and I., serve n ...ip\ thereof on plaintiff's attorneys, ALBERT Ii WEINTRAl'B and A. JAY CRI8TOL, 219 Becurlt) Trusl Building, Miami 82, Florida, not later than Un 2isl day nf September, 1962, In default of a-hlch said Complaint will h, takep ils confessed b) you. DATED al Miami. Dade County, Florida, this 21al da) "i August, 1962 E. B LEATHBBMAN, Clerk of th.Circuit Court is...Ii By E ll LANWAY. Deputy Clerk ^ 21-31, 9 7-14 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56833 IN RE: Estate of BARNETTE K. OUNN SB I'. .eas.-. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims ..i Demands Agalnsl Said Estate You are hereby notified and required t.i ores, nt any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of BARNETTE K GCNN, sit., ii.-.-.ased late nf Had.County, Florida, to the County Judges of Had.. Count]*, and file the same in lli.ii offices in the COUOty Courthouse in Hade County, Florida, within six calendar months from ih. date Of the first publication hereof, or the same will be haired. W. WINSTON OUNN, s*R., asE.y.-eutor of the Estate .if Itarnette K. c.unn. MARVIN I WIENER, Attorney 913 Ainsley Kuildlng Miami, hlnrlda 8/24-31. 9/7-14 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58642-A IN RE: Estate of PAULINE STEER, 1 leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims .T Demands Against said Estate: You are hereby notified and required t.. present any claims and demands which \"ii ma) have agalnsl Un estate ..f PAULINE STEER deceased late nf Dade County, Piorlda, to tlie County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offioes in the Count! Courthouse in Hade County, Florida, within six calendar ir..ii, I hi dab ol tin publlcal Ipn h. r< ul or the same will irred SI.VK IN STEER, Executor SIDNEY Kl RONS! >N Vttorney i' Securit) Trusl I Miami .:.. S 21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 9054 Tl IE U I I.L.'AMSHI 'RGH SA VINOS RANK Plain \ s KARL s >M Bi BROWN and S( IN V V K BR( IWN, his If. ami Hl'ltHARD LAWS mil MRS II : liHARP LAWS his I ..f. ndnnts NOTICE OF SUIT |*( KARI I \\l.i;\ 111(1 i\\ N n.i SI IN YA K BR< i\\ N his w Ife W( si I.in I.I Vista Blvd. Rnswi i New M. xlcn \-, notified thai Ihi abovi ... (,i i.ai..I %  : Ion has hi en in stituted against you in th. Cln lit I'l.iui of HiELEVENTH .1 ah. lal Circuit of Florida In and for DADK • 'i.nni\ to fn rtgage upon the following described real propert; I...I L'. Block ::. CORA I. \\ A Y PLAZ v ling to the plal thereof, re led In i 'lal I look 8 al Pug, 61 %  •: i .. Publli R. %  ords of Hade i "i.imiv Flm Ida You ari i -,l to file your answer to plaintiffs complaint with the clerk of the aforesaid Court, and nerve copy thereof upon plaintiffs attorne) MARTIN PINE, nth Floor Had.Federal BIdg Miami 32, PI la nut later than Septembel 24, 1962, or NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t. engage n business under the fictitious name "f SUBURBAN SMOKE SHOP al 9481 Harding Avenue, Miami Reach, PlorI ida Intends to register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court of I iade 'ount) Florida NINITA, INC. B) Mercedes Peres, President WALL & ;:. •'I'll Attorn, vfoi Ninita, inc. .. II Blsca) ii. Hlxil Miami hilil Ilia 24-31, :• :-H NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in I'usim ss under the fictitious name of FRATERNIDAD EDITORIAL LA POI.II.I.A at 200 S.W. lTtli Court in the City ..f Miami. Florida intends to i.r the sanl name with the Clerk ..I the Circuit Court "f Hade County. Florida Haled al Mian... Florida, this l.'.tb, if August, 1962. THE BOOKWORMS EDITORIAL FRATERNITY, INC. By: HECTOR DE LARA, Secretary I.ESTER ROGERS Attorney for Applicant 921 N.W. nth Sir,.i Miami, Florida 8/M-31, 9 7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in IMISIII. SS under the fictitious name of MACRY'S MINIATURE GOLP COl'RKE at 129 Collins Avenu^", Miami Beacfl intends to register said name with tht> Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Piorlda, FLORENCE SPIKO 100'i KastenbaunL Mau.iuer, Oopman A Epstein Attorneys for Applicant One Lincoln Road Bldg. Miami Reach 39. Fia. 8,24-31, 9/7-H I'. ci • e Pro Confessn will I in. • ri agalnsl you I 'ale, I Aliens! 20, 1961 I-: B LEATHERM \ N, Clerk of tile Circuit I 'ourl (seal) B) HELEN KESSLER l leputy • 'lerk MARTIN PINE Attorne) for Plaintiff 1 llh Flool I 'ad. I-". .1. lal Bldg. Miami 82, Umlida I 24-11, :• Mi IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 100016 JEPPER80N STORES. INC., a Fia. Col p., Plaintiff, vs. JOHN P PITZS1MMONS, and JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER AND STORAGE, INC., ft Fin Corp Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO DEFEND YOU, JOHN P FITZSIMMONS, Residence Pnknown, are hereby noIhal .. Complaint for Debt and Writ of Replevin a talnsl • Z. nil h Blondi Ti Ii i-i. i Set No TI i.i :-has hi ii :il.1 ... ainsl roll and you in i :'ii-. .1 i.. -• %  a cop) >.: > our answei attorne) Claudi I :.i i n. s L' -:: Caluniel I %  -lu.. M Is ml, Flu an.I file thi original with the < :. i:. %  %  %  • a i. fore i he 3rd day 'tobi AH. 19412 ll ) ou fn l to do so, .1 ilgn .in by D \\ ill I...taken aga nsi you for tl mhi in th. '' plaint This in.in. shall bi published once n ^ • K foi i weeks in Tl %  .i. isii I'I.. .! in. I mm a'.l I "I d. i d, a : Miami. l-'l..r' Vugusl c,. .1. PAPPAS, Clerk ..;' Smal • .en I -aile I 'Olllll '. l'li'l ilia seal i B) Altna 11 v nea I %  put) ( 'irrk 9 7-ll-21-;8 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT~ IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56611-A IN Itl-: Estat. II M.IIMKR) LACRUZ |.. .,-. ,i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All '".• ind All Persons Having Claims ..1 Demands Agalnsl Said Estate: Y.'ii are hereb) notified and required lo present any claims and demands whi.-h you may have against the .state ,,f BALDOMERO LACR1 /.. deceased late of Had.County, Florida, i" ih.County Judges of Dudfl County, -'^^ flli the same In duplicate and as orovlded In Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In their offices In ih. Count) Courthouse In Dad County, Florida, within sis calemlar months from the time of the I il publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated ai Miami Florida, this l.'.tb day of August, A.D. 1962. SAM I SI I.V Kit \Administrator C.T.A. First imhllcatioii of this notice on the 24th da) of August, 1981 Hall.it, Silver, I'aiii.i \Stern Attorneys for Administrator C.T.A. 217 Blscayne Bids;., Miami :'2. Fia. S -1-31, 9/7-14



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Fcge 2-B *-Jenist fhridiar Friday, September U, \^A Mildred G. Bellin Cooking Corner The delicate flavor of veal -.ems to biend perfectly with the heartier i. ste of sauteed egg-and-crumb ci at:ng. Certainly the most popular veal di>hes are those in which chops are prepared in this manner Ir. most such recipe* raw pieces of the meat are dipped into the egg and crumbs before being browned, but in some delightful dishes previously cooked squares ( veal are completed in this way Today we have a recipe for each type. The preparation of Veal Scallops may sound somewhat long, but since it results in both a soup and a rich tasting mam dish from a small amount of inexpensive meat, whatever additional time is neeied i> well worth while The soup may be served with no other additions than its own vegetables cut up. or it may be accentuated, stretched, or varied at will by adding meat or parve canned or packaged soups. The delicate flavor of the marinade used in the Scallops is at its best when the meat is served with only a simple earnish of parsley or lemon, but if desired, either a hot jto or cold tartar sauce could be served with them. Mashed potatoes, a cream vegetable, and a crisp salad could complete the meal. In our second recipe familiar breaded chops are first browned as usual, then cooked until fork-tender in a spicy sause so filled with onions that it could be considered part of the vegetable course VNI Scallops 2 lbs. boneless veal for slew 4 cups boiling water 1 teaspoon salt 1 large stalk celery 1 carrot, peeled 1 onion, peeled >4 teaspoon white pepper 1-8 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1 tablespoon minced parsley 3 tablespoons salad oil have some happiness for dinner tonight Hive some -eal old -fashioned ta-:f dinner... and hear the a". cheer! Rmem• :* deep oo*n pcod ;-ia's asia used to taste" Do you wonder ho* ide It %  %  the • if*. on•te :: ness on tht THAT S THE MAGIC OF KASHA! 3 ta 1 lemon juice 2 eggc eaten fine dry bread crumb'; or matxo meal 4 tablespoon.chicken fat or oil Place the veal in a saucepan, add the water, salt, and the celery, carrot, and onion. Bring to a boil, then simmer until the meat is tend er. Remove the meat, and reserve the liquid and vegetables to use as a soup. Cut the meat into one-inch pieces. In a bow 1 combine the pepper, nutmeg, parsley, salad oil. and lemon juice. Add the hot meat pieces and toss lightly to blend. Cover and refrigerate the meat at Irast three hours, by which 'time all the marinade should have been absorbed. Turn the meat over occasionally during this time so that all the pieces will be evenly flavored. Shortly before serving, beat the eggs in a shallow dish Add the pieces of meat and coat them on all sides. Roll each piece in the crumbs or matzo meal until completel) coated. Heat the chicken fat or oil in a large skillet over medium heat, add the meat, and brown on all sides This amount serves -t Veal Chops With Devilled Onion Sauce 4 veal chops 1 egg. slightly beaten Fine dry bread crumbs 4 tablespoons chicken fat 2 large onions, sliced thin 1 tablespoon prepared mustard 1 teaspoon prepared white horseradish 1 teaspoon salt 1-* teaspoon pepper 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1V cups water 1 tablespoon comstarch Dip the chops into the egg. then coaV with the bread crumbs. If possible, this should be done in advance and the chops refrigerated. to firm the coating. About 45 minutes before serving time melt the fat in a large skillet, brown the chops in it over medium heat, then remove the chops. Put the onions in the pan. and cook and stir for 5 minutes. Place the chops over the onions. Blend the mustard, horseradish, salt, pepper, and lemon juice with one cup of the water. Pour over the chops, cover the pan. and cook slowly for about 30 minutes, until the chops are tender. Put the xhops on a platter and keep hot. Dissolve the cornstarch in the remaining water, stir into 'he gravy, then simmer for a few minute.-, until the cornstarch taste appears. Pour the sauce and • be chops This amount serves I W& KASHA Vpikima > nutritious Brown Buckwheat Greats Also enjoy Wolff • Creamy K.m.lj (gnta) Katha N' G-avy, Kasha Soup. f[C KASHA COOMOOKf Just address request to: Phylli. Wotff, Perm Yen, N. Y. Beach Hadassah Delegates Leave Miami Beach chapter : ffafa ah will send a 10-me: tion to the 48th national invent! of Hadasaah at the i. • „ nole iJ Pitt-bursh. Pa., from ;,• 16 .1 19. More than 2.000 d. lei ( xpected to attend the I vention. Mis Lillian Goodn her >econd year 8J pn • nt ol chapter, will head thi '.vsuvt, which will include the folio* presidents: %  %  ? Mesdames Ben Zeiu| n er; Blum, Levitx, ,> medical i S Alpert,! Ftuer, • Delegates of the Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah who are leaving to attend the 48th national convention ol Hadassah in Pittsburgh. Pa., are standing (left to right) Mesdames Chic Perlyn, Eva Blum. Morris Alper and Ben Ziegman. Seated (left to right 1 are Mrs. Hadassah Fassler. Miss Lillian Goodman, president of the chapter. Mrs. Henry Wernick. and Mrs Elizabeth Zentler. Chic Perlyn. Esther: Manna Senesch; HadaI R Goodman; Esth borah; Henry Werm center coordinator: M wills and bequests; B membership cour nor; and'] Flizabelh Zentler. Guest speaker will bi Mrs GoWi Meir. Foreign Minister if Israj> who will discuss the pr lemslat-1 ing Israel today when sh iddreiai the convention banquet n Tuesdir evening. JWY Auxiliaries Receive Honors for Top Service Sophia Lee. of the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliaries of the U.S.A., has been named State Department of Florida chairman for the Sen iceman's Center for the third year The Department of Florida Women's Auxiliary has received a national award for its efforts at the '< nter, Nine Jewish War Veterans Auxiliaries in Dade and Broward counties participate in these parties every Saturday evening throughout the year. Chairmen and their auxiliaries %  re Mesdaim Frieda Feingold, Norman Bruce Brown: Ftta Stem pie, Miami Beach. S Marry Cohen. Surfsidi \nn Ho[btadter, North Shore. Helen Lift nier. North Miami B Richmond, North Dad. (ear 8 i man. Murr.iv Si West Miami; and I h w 0" Mrs. Grossinger Will be Honored Mi Jei nil ssinger, of Miami Reach, and Grossinger, N Y f tbl notableU ho ill be honored Sept 3 al an Interfanh Day ceremony in Central Park. New York The citations will be for "having rendered distinguished service in the field of human equality, fellowship, and brotherhood' Others who will be honored with AirGrossinger are Rabbi William Stern, of St Louis. Rabbi Harold Gordon, of the New York Board of Rabbis. Francis Cardinal Spoilman. Richard Cardinal Cushmg. Rev Billy (.raham, Rt Rev. Horace B. Donegan. Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbacher. and MarIan Anderson Also Dr Ralph Bunche. David Rockefeller. Bing Crosby. Irving Berlin. Bernard Baruch. C.ov Michael DiSalle of Ohio. Harvey S. Firestone. Nicholas Duke Biddle. Henry Luce. James A Farley. David Dubinsky. Jacob Potofsky. Con-, rad Hilton, and Gardner Cowles. Makes a great side dish. Goes with meat, with dairy, with every meal. Goes with every member of the family. Goes with such speed, they're gone before you can say "Heinz Kosher Beans are strictly vegetarian, strictly nutritious, strictly the tastiest, time-savingest side dish you ever dished up." 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Page 12B -JeHisti ncrkti&n Friday. September 14, 1962 Religious Unit At Beth David Lewis Sternshein, president of Beth David Congregation, announces the appointment of Leonard Gordon and Albert Quadow as chairman and co-chairman of Beth David's religion committee. The committee, under the guidance of Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, establishes the policies of all Sab bath and holiday services and rituals. Gordon, an egnieer. and Qua dOW, former president of the synagogue, have long been active in synagogue and community affairs. Serving with them will be Oscar Argintar. Maurice Hyman. Henry Kamen. Paul Kesser. Joseph Knssel, Alex Miller. Fred Ossip. Harry Simons. Lawrence Smilan. and Samuel Traurig. The committee, at a recent meeting, planned the arrangements for this year's Beth David High Holiday services. The Selichot service will take place Saturday, Sept. 22, at midnight, preceded by a social sponsored by Beth David Sisterhood. During the summer, the house committee, under the leadership of Max Silver and Julius Spector, made plans for additional expansion of facilities at Beth David. Silver. local attorney, and Spector, building contractor associated with the firm of Spector and Sons, have long been identified with Beth David Congregation and have taken an active part in local civic and community affairs. Serving with them are Harold Berke. Michael Covin. Leonard Gordon. Abe Kasow. Samuel Ostrowsky. Samuel Puder. Arthur Rosinek. Max Jacobson, and Eman tel Smith. At the first of a series of weekly Sunday morning breakfasts of United Synagogue Youth of Temple Adath Yeshurun are Eddie Delafuente, Doreen Gersten. Arlene Friedman. Lois Nissenbaum, treasurer, Irwin Plancher, Bob Roller. Stephie Booun. chaplain, Arvis Gerber, secretary, Ricci Katz. president, Stan Bietcher, vice president, Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spiritual leader of Adath Yeshurun, Lewis Goodman, advisor, and Barbara Abramowitz, parliamentarian. The series is sponsored by the Men's Club. Urge 'Tabard' As Last Rites For the Deceased Properly to observe Jewish ritual and tradition, all deceased must receive a "tahara" performed by a duly-constituted group such as a Chevra Kadisha. according to a statement this week issued by the Greater Miami Chevra Kadisha and Chesed Shel Ernes The organization explained that '"lahara" means purification, and consists of proper washing and shrouding of the deceased by a religiously-qualified person. The statement also said that "a certificate issued by the Chevra Kadisha is the only guarantee that a proper 'tahara' was performed." In the event a body is shipped from Miami for burial in another part of the country, "the rabbi there will require this cerExtreme Right Wing Group Offers Anti • Semitic Fare Here Record Season For Oval Here Winding up its record-breaking 3oth meeting Saturday, the Bisoyne Kennel Club will be partly shuttered before resuming parimutuel action Sept. 28. The fallwinter meet of the area's* pioneer tr.iek will run through Jan. 12. When the greyhounds are run-' Ding, the $3,000,000 track iruled "ofl limits" 'state law i f<>r youngsters Sunday. Sept 23. it will be vice open to the small fry for the North Miami Jaycees fourth anrual Hound Dog Derby Post time is 2 p.m for the first cf 10 races in which pooches with aristocratic or doubtful pedigrees will compete. Grc> hounds afe taboo. Under the watchful eye of Mi ami police, an extreme right wing meeting at the Harvey Seeds American Legion Post Wednesday night heard a call to impeach President Kennedy and the Supreme Court. Dr Wesley Swift, of I-os Angeles, self-described president of the Christian Convention of Jesus Christ, said the impeachment proceedings are necessary to prevent "world Jewry" from destroying the white Christian race. Copies of the anti-Semitic publication, the Thunderbolt, were distributed to some 100 persons who attended the meeting sponsored by the Christian Bible Class, Inc., and the Chaplin Meorial Bible Class. The Rev Oren F. Potito. of St. Petersburg, national organizer of the National States Rights Party, introduced the Rev. Swift. Legion officials stressed they had merely rented the hall, had checked to see if the sponsoring organizations are on "the subversive list." and had been advised by police that plainclothesmen would be on hand. The Rev. Swift freely identified himself as a friend of Gerald L. K. i Smith, notorious anti-Semite, and 'said he has many friends in the John Birch Society. But. he added, there is room for an organization to the right of the Birchites. He said he had learned of a "three step Jewish plan to destroy Christianity in the United States." beginning with the banning of Bible reading in public schools. The anti Christian conspiracy, he contended, dominates the Federal government. tificate in order to recogniie that the proper last rites were performed." Also pointed out by the Greater Miami Chevra Kailisha statement v.ere these items: • "One who deprives a Jewish body oi the tahara' ritual deprives a Jew of hi> most sacred religious rights. It prevents him from receiving a proper Jewish burial service in keeping with the time-j honored traditions of his forefath-1 ers." • "The survivors have neither the moral nor the ethical right to' deprive their loved ones of the \ Jewish burial procedure, of which •tahara' is an essential part." The statement, signed by Nathan Ginsburg. president of the Chevra Kadisha here, and Mrs. Anna Block, president of Chesed Shel Ernes, said that "rabbis here further adviae that they will only officiate at funerals or burial services where the sacred rites of "tahara' have been performed Donor Games Series Launched Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, president of the Sisterhood of Temple Nei Tamid. announced that a kick-off luncheon was held last Thursday noon in Sklar Auditorium of the Temple. Sponsored by Mrs. William 1 Harris, this was the start o| the Sisterhood's weekly donor games, which will be held ever) Thursday noon in Sklar Auditorium, with lunch served ,t a nominal charge. In charge of the project is MrCharles Raab. Co-chairman ,. Mrs. Hary Levin. Serving on thi committee are Mesdan: min Unde. Fred Deutsch, Ruth Goldstone and Robert Levin, Members or guests atti donor games accumulate which entitlethem to att< n I the donor luncheon held later in th .. year. f Special Holiday Memorial Service Rabbi Merten Malavsk) leader of the Israelite Center, will officiate at special memorial services prior I Holy Days at Lakeside M Park on Sunday. Sept 23 The service, schedule; for 1 3(' p.m.. is in accordance *ith Jew ish tradition, wihch iffers up prayers for the depart--' it this time of the year ''; '. .: I ".I I m %  Former SS Colonel, Awaiting Trial, Hangs Self in Jail Cell Psychologist Speaks to Forum Dr. S\\il Marquit. psychologist. conducted a dialogue-discussion for "ThePeople Speak." a town Hall forum group, meeting on Friday evening a: the Washington Federal I ; Washington t\ <• Chain) Rose, president, will mod erate. on th< therm of The Challenge of char..' Dr. M a rq u i t c \ plore such questions as: Are the I i-i latins themselves? 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